Rhode Island

Pre-1861 United States Banking Information

Rhode Island

Compiled by Warren Weber

Source list for Rhode Island Balance Sheet Data

Rhode Island Bibliography

 

Rhode Island.  Abstract from the Returns of the Several Banks made to the General Assembly…   in At the General Assembly of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, begun and holden, … at … within and for the said state, on …, in the year of our Lord…:  [Acts and resolves].
Date Data Contained
May 1819 May 1819
May 1820 May 1820
May 1821 May 1821
May 1822 May 1822
May 1823 May 1823
May 1825 May 1825
May 1826 May 1826
May 1827 May 1827
May 1828 May 1828
Rhode Island.  Abstract from the Returns of the Several Banks in this state made to the General Assembly…   in At the General Assembly of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, begun and holden, … at … within and for the said state, on …, in the year of our Lord…:  [Acts and resolves].
Date Data Contained
October 1829 October 1829
October 1830 October 1830
October 1831 October 1831
October 1832 October 1832
October 1833 October 1833
October 1834 October 1834
October 1835 October 1835
Rhode Island.  Abstract from the returns made to the Bank Commissioners, by the several Banks in the State of Rhode-Island…  in At the General Assembly of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, begun and holden, … at … within and for the said state, on …, in the year of our Lord…:  [Acts and resolves].
Date Data Contained
May 1838 April 1838
May 1839 April 1839
January 1840 December 1839
June 1840 June 1840
June 1841 May 1841
January 1842 December 1841
June 1842 May 1842
United States Congressional Serial Set.  (House Document).  Washington.  U.S. G.P.O.
Serial Set Number Document Number Pages Congress Session Data Contained
324 79 149-161 25 2 March 1837
348 227 138-157 25 3 April 1838
385 111 85-101 26 2 December 1840
487 226 192-208 29 1 May 1846
500 120 86-98 29 2 October 1846
521 77 90-116 30 1 September 1847
578 68 76-107 31 1 September 1849
648 122 82-113 32 1 September 1850
684 66 102-134 32 2 September 1852
725 102 66-87 33 1 September 1853
788 82 64-82 33 2 September 1854
858 102 72-91 34 1 September 1855
909 87 69-89 34 3 December 1856
958 107 72-97 35 1 December 1857
1014 112 82-86 35 2 January 1859
1050 49 76-78 36 1 January 1860/November 1859*
1101 77 102-120 36 2 November 1860

*Note: The balance sheet for 1/2/1860 is not input, as it looks less complete than the one for 11/21/1859 and the columns do not add to the numbers reported in too many instances.

United States Congressional Serial Set.  (Senate Document).  Washington.  U.S. G.P.O.
Serial Set Number Document Number Pages Congress Session Data Contained
319 471 852-859 25 2 February 1838
Rhode Island.  Abstract from the returns made to the General Assembly…  in At the General Assembly of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, begun and holden, … at … within and for the said state, on …, in the year of our Lord…:  [Acts and resolves].
Date Data Contained
February 1843 1842 and 1843 (Various Dates)
May 1843 April 1843
October 1843 September 1843
May 1844 April 1844
October 1844 September 1844
May 1845 April 1845
October 1845 September 1845
May 1848 April 1848

Rhode Island. Secretary of State. Abstract Exhibiting the Condition of the Banks of Rhode Island. 1856, p. 5-39. Contains: December 1856

Rhode Island. Bank Commissioners. Abstract Exhibiting the Condition of the Banks of Rhode Island. 1858, p. 1-41. Contains: December 1857

Rhode Island. State Auditor. Semi-Annual Statement Exhibiting the Condition of the Banks of Rhode Island. 1859, p. 5-45. Contains: November 1858

Rhode Island. State Auditor. Annual Statement Exhibiting the Condition of the Banks of Rhode Island. 1859, p. 5-45. Contains: November 1859

To cite this data set, please use this reference:

Weber, Warren E. 2008. Balance sheets for U.S. Antebellum State Banks. Research Department, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. https://minneapolisfedresearch.org/warren-weber/antebellum-banking.

The financial assistance of the Financial Services Research Group of the Federal Reserve System in compiling this data set is gratefully acknowledged.