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Mayor's Message to the Common Council, of the City of Portsmouth...June 30, 1892

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9 TREASURER'S REPORT. Annual Report of the Treasurer of the City of Portsmouth, from July 1st, 1891, to June 30th, 1892, inclusive: RECEIPTS. General Tax ................ $55,995 51 Licenses....................... 13,973 15 Ground Rent ................ 6,708 82 Market Tax .................... 2,672 23 Fines.............................. 1,041 00 Lease of Ferry................ 8,125 02 Dog Tax.......................... 551 50 Penalty............................ 928 66 Interest on Back Taxes... 576 94 Back Taxes..................... 8,192 95 Schools........................... 9,269 87 Paving Interest................1,919 74 Alms House..................... 20 00

Total Actual Receipts to June 30th, 1892 .....$109,975 39 Amount on hand July 1st, 1891.....................10,075 88

Total Actual Receipts and Last Year's Bal.....$120,051 27 $20,000 in Floating Debt Bonds issued at $1.00 11-100.................................................. 10,075 88

Total of Actual Receipts, Balance, Bonds and Premium in Bonds.... $140,073 27 $140,073 27

STREET EXTENSION RECEIPTS. Note.............................. 2,513 30 $3,000 in Bonds issued at $1.00 11-100....... 3,003 30 5,516 60