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Document No. 1.] [2nd Ex. Ses., 1861. 



Ordered to he Pi'inted. 



John Spelman, Printer to the State. 



GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. 

To the Honorable, the General Assembly 

of North-Cardina : 

It is the duty of the Executive at the meeting of the Gen- 
eral Assembly to lay before them a statement of the affairs 
of the State and such suggestions as may aid them in their 
deliberations. 

Having so recently taken charge of this office, with an ex- 
traordinary pressure of business upon it, and with such limit- 
ed opportunities for preparing a statement of this kind, I 
might well be excused from this duty. 

But the very great respect I have for the Legislature, and 
my earnest desire to secure their aid and co-operation, prompt 
me to make this communication, however imperfect or unsatis- 
factory it may be. 

For the first time in the history of this State we have to 
deplore the death of a Governor. The Hon. John VV. Ellis, 
late Governor of this State, died at the Red Sulphur Springs, 
Virginia, on the "Jth July last. 

This communication might afford an appropriate place for 
a tribute to his wort]i and merit ; but his public and private 
virtues have but recently been canvassed through the State, 
and their thorough endorsement by the people constitute hia 
highest reward while living, and a rich legacy to survive 
liira. 

The great struggle which now rages throughout our 
c\>untry excites the most intense interest at home and abroad. 
It is needless to argue to ourselves, or the world, the justice 



2 Document No. 1. [2nd Ex. Ses. 

or propriety of our course. We patiently yielded to every 
expedient and listened to every promise in behalf of that 
Union, around which had so long clung our interest and 
dearest affections. But suddenly the mask was raised, and 
we saw before us the sword of the Tyrant, and henceforth 
there was no hesitation in our course. 

An Extra Session of the Legislature immediately convened, 
and with no dissenting voice, submitted the issue to the peo- 
ple in Convention, which unanimously passed the ordinance 
of separation and deliverance ; and that act has been sus- 
tained and ratified by the people with an unanimity unparal- 
leled in the history of the political struggles of the world. 

Men who but yesterday were fronting each other in fierce 
and angry debate on this very issue, are to-day marshaled 
side by side in the same ranks, — banded like brothers, and 
staking "their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor" 
in the common cause. 

The unanimity of North Carolina in this great struggle, 
while it must ensure success, embellishes a page in her his- 
tory, as brilliant as the victory which achieves her inde- 
pendence. 

Suddenly thrown into this great struggle, without an army 
or the organization to support one, we find offered to us 
an army of volunteers, who have come forward with brave 
hearts and willing to enlist in the cause of their country. 
To sustain this course and make it effective in the field, 
the Legislature have voted ample powers to the Executive, 
and devolved on those entrusted with the administration of 
affairs a fearful responsibility. 

The Convention which assembled soon after, not foreseeing 
the increasing demand for troops, and disapproving of the 
provisions of the Legislature for raising and equipping volun- 
teers, repealed them without providing a substitute. 

Under the influence of the action of the Convention Comp- 
anies were disbanded, and a check was given to volunteering, 
which was likely to prove injurious. These circumstances , 



1861.] Document No. 1. 3 

with a certainty of a call for more troops, induced me to vary 
somewhat from the policy prescribed by the Convention — a 
change which I think they themselves would have sanctioned 
under the changed aspect of affairs. I might safely say that 
the defence of the coast, and the call for troops from Virginia, 
rendered it necessary. 

The Convention, with ample powers from the people, re- 
pealed this law of the Legislature. But they did not repeal 
or modify tlie power of legislating granted by the Constitu- 
tion to the General Assembly ; and as it was only a concur- 
rent power exercised by the Convention^, the General Assem- 
bly have still the same power to legislate on that particular 
subject as before ; and the Convention making its repeal to 
take effect only after the meeting of the Legislature seem to 
indicate a design or expectation that something should be 
done. I must, therefore, press it on your immediate atten- 
tion. 

In connection with the subject of volunteering, I will 
suggest the propriety of some regulation whereby it may be 
equalized among the several counties and among the differ- 
ent districts of the same county. Some counties and parts 
of other counties have already furnished more than their full 
quota, while others have been more tardy in their move- 
ments, and thus have not the envied privilege of serving 
their country. This could be done by selecting those coun- 
ties which have furnished fewest volunteers, and pointing- 
out the mode of enrolling them from those counties. It is 
fair and equitable, tliat in each county a just proportion 
should be observed, between those who remain to take care 
of the homes, and make provisions for the absent soldiers, 
and those who go forth to risk their all for the country. 

The expenditures of the State have been and continue to 
be very large. The great and hurried demand for troops in 
Virginia has strained every point to equip and send them 
forward as rapidly as possible, and it has been the aim of the 
authorities to furnish our troops with every comfort consist- 



4 Document No. 1. [2nd Ex, Sbs. 

ent with our means. If we have not heen entirely success- 
ful, we have at least heen flattered with the compliment of 
sending the hest equipped troops that have gone to 
Virginia, and we are taking every means of continuing these 
comforts. The subject of blankets and winter clothes for the 
troops have occupied our attention, and we are making 
efforts and appeals to accomplish this necessary object ; and 
medical aid for the sick and suffering shall be extended by 
every means in our power. 

I should like to communicate to your body the whole 
defence and armament of the State, the force which has been 
sent out, and that which is still equipping in the State, the 
state of the coast defences, and the plans for giving them 
still more strength. It is your right and duty to know these 
facts, but from prudential considerations, I consider it best 
such information should not be communicated in a public 
message. 

With your committees I invite a full and free conference, 
and, through them, hope to communicate every information 
that may be desired. 

I will here call your attention to a heavy source of expense 
in the equipment of troops. Modern warfare has made a 
large demand for cavalry and flying artillery, and the furnish- 
ing and equipping of horses exceeds all prudent calculations 
made for the war, and runs our expenses further than we 
can meet them in justice to other branches of defence. 

If the cavalry regiments — one authorized by the Legis- 
lature and one by the Convention — are to be fully equipped, 
this Legislature must provide more means than we now 
have the control of. 

The great length of coast that now requires guarding has 
also drawn largely on our funds, but not larger than its 
immense importance deserves ; and whatever amount of men 
and money it needs must be furnished. In some parts of 
the coast we have been unfortunate in obtaining proper 
officers and engineers, but better management I trust is now 
prevailing. This properly falls under the care and direction 



1861.] DOCDMENT No. 1. 5 

of the Confederate Government. Tlie State naval ar.mament 
has been transferred pursuant to an ordinance of the Con- 
Tention^ and is now being properly manned and transferred 
M the defence of our own waters, and I feel a great confi- 
dence that it will contribute materially to their defence. An 
'>fficer of the Confederate States has also been sent to inspect 
our coast defences and batteries, preparatory to assuming the 
control of tliem, but as yet it has not been accomplislied, 1 
have lately addressed a communication to the President on 
the subject, and am daily expecting a favorable reply. 

The curtailment of expenses has occupied my most 
anxious consideration, and I trust to have your efficient aid 
in this all-important matter. 

The Convention postponed the issuing of Treasury notes 
authorized by your body un til 1st March next, and in the 
mean time allowed the Treasurer to borrow three millions of 
dollars of the Banks, less the amount already borrowed 
under the act passed at your extra session. A large portion 
of the sum borrowed has been expended, and the additional 
sum to be borrowed is, I fear, more than the Banks will be 
prepared to loan. More full information on this head can 
be had from the Treasurer's Report. 

I would invite your especial attention to any revisal that 
will give more efficiency to the militia. It has been suffered 
to go down by being undervalued, and the nearer you can 
bring it back to the old standard, tlie more likely you are to 
succeed. The system of exemptions is very detrimental. 
rie(|uire the same duty of all, and it will be more cheerfully 
.submitted to. A militia system, with arms in the hands o^ 
the people, should be sustained as one of the main institu- 
tions and props of a free country. They are the Volunteer 
National Guards of a Republic — a substitute for the standing 
army of Despotism. 

It is mortifying to our State pride to think that we have 
hitherto been so dependent on the Northern States for even 
the means of defence, including all the munitions of war, and 



6 Document No. 1. [2nd Ex. Ses. 

apprehensions have been felt among us, that the want of 
these might impair the means and resources of maintaining 
this war. But from a recent survey made by our able State 
(xeologist, Prof. Emmons, I am gratified to state that we 
have in our midst, within a few miles of the North Carolina 
Rail Road, a most extensive and valuable supply of lead, now 
ready to be taken up ; and he further reports that we have 
the material for the manufacture of gunpowder. The most 
valuable ingredient of powder, saltpetre, is found abundantly 
in the limestone caves in Tennessee, Georgia and North Ala- 
bama. A company is now engaged in the western part of 
the State, for the manufacture of powder, and if any assist- 
ance is required, I would suggest that the State should fur- 
nish aid for the purpose of facilitating the supply of this neces- 
sary material, which the blockade of our coast now effectually 
cuts off. 

The blockade of our coast and the non-intercourse around 
our borders have established two very important facts. First, 
that in our commercial relations we have become en- 
tirely dependent on the North for almost every article that 
we use connected with machinery, farmings mercliandize, 
food and clothing, both the luxuries and necessaries of life, 
including almost every article needed for our defence. The 
second and more important fact is also now establislied, that 
we liave the means and material for supplying all these wants 
within our own borders. Necessity is developing these re- 
.S4)urces and driving us to the use of them. 

The continuance of this war and blockade for two or three 
years may inflict much personal suffering, but it will surely 
accomplish our national and commercial independence. 

If the war were to terminate soon, our political rights 
might be secured, but trade would resume its old cliannels. 
Time alone will successfully divert the course of trade, but 
when once diverted it becomes more difficult ever to restore 
it. Once check and turn off the great flood of Northern trade, 
and Southern labor, Southern trade, and Southern capital 



1861.] Document No. 1. 7 

will roll theirstrength together to establish Southern prosper- 
ity and independence. 

And it is equally important to us to establish our commer- 
cial as our political independence. A decisive victory may 
establish our political rights in a single day, but a continu- 
ance of this war and blockade can only accomplish the other. 

To us the blockade and war is a sharp but temporary pain, 
but it is a slow consumption preying on the vitals of North- 
ern wealth and commerce. 

I must conclude this communication by stating that there 
are some other subjects that I must submit to the considera- 
tion of the General Assembly in a special message, which I 
will do at the earliest moment. 

HENRY T. CLARK. 
Executive Office 



August iOith 



5 Office, ) 
, 1861. \ 



Document No. 2.] [2nd Ex. Ses. 1861, 



Ordered to be Printed. 



John Spelmau, Printer to the State. 



COMMUNICATION FROM PUBLIC TREASURER. 



Treasury Department op North-Carolina, I 
August 11th, 1861. \ 

Sir: — Thoiigli this is an Extra Session of the Assembly, 
supposing that the members would wish to be informed of 
the operations of this Department, especially for the last few 
months, 1 have concluded to present a statement showing 
the receipts and disbursements from the close of the last fis- 
cal year to the I3th instant. The vouchers for these are on 
file in the Comptroller's Office. 

Having presented in my report to you at the regular ses- 
sion a detailed statement of the diff'erent sources of revenue, 
the ordinary disbursements^ the debt of the State^ &c., I 
.snippose it is unnecessary to repeat them oa this occasion. 
Just as the Bank of the Republic in New- York was about 
transmitting by Adams Express, to Raleigh, a package of our 
coupons, which had been taken up and cancelled by said 
Bank, all communication between the North and the South 
was suddenly cut off. We had no money in that Bank at the 
time, and have none there now, as shown by the accounts a^id 
their letters to me. 

It will be seen that our expenditures for the war have al- 



2 Document No, 2. [2nd Ex. Ses, 

ready been very heavy, but I am happy to say that all drafts 
for the support of it, have been promptly met at this office. 
I respectfully submit that the present revenue law be so 
amended as to increase the revenue next year at least twenty- 
five per cent., and in addition to the authority now existing 
to issue small treasury notes after the 1st March next, I re- 
commend that authority be given, with proper restrictions, to 
issue treasury notes to the amount of two hundred thousand 
dollars in sums of $5, $10 and $50. The Legislature may 
perhaps deem it proper to delay the issuing of these until the 
expiration of the present Provisional Government of the Con- 
federate States in February next. 

I have the honor to be 
With great respect, 

Your obedient servant, 

D. W. COURTS. 
Public Treasurer, 
Hon. W. T. Dortch, 
Speaker of House of Commons, 



1861.] Document No. 2, 

From October 1st, 1860, to August Uth, 1861, 

RECEIPTS INTO PUBLIC FUND. 



1860, 
Oct, 


Co upon Bonds, 


$ 5,000 










Insane Tax, 


144 










State Library, 

Tax on Bank Stocks, 


15 

2,705 


50! 






Nov. 


Tax on Collaterals, 
Coupon B'ds, Prin. ^68,000, 


98 


25 


7,962 


75 




Int. 408,1 
'Cherokee Bonds, 


68,408 
1,000 










Interest on Seaboard and 












Roanoke R. R. Bonds, 


646 


45 






Dec. 


Tax on Bank Stock, 
Coupon Bonds, 
General Assembly, 


182 

300,000 

30 


75j 


70,237 


20 




Interest on Bonds of Wil., 












Char. & R. R. Road, 


12,000 


1 

1 






IRfil 


Tax on Corporations, 


25 




312,055 


, 


ioOl , 

Jan. 
Feb. 


Coupon Bonds, 
General Assembly, 


104 




200,000 




"March. 


Insane Tax, 

Tax on Corporations, 

Insane Tax, 

Int. onBonds of Wil., Char. 


1,769 

100 

2,057 


39 


1,973 






and Rutherford R. Road. 


6,000 










Int. on Bonds of Fay. and 












Western R. Road, 


6,000 










Money remaining in hands 
of Clerks, &c. 


88 


55 








Public Taxes, 

Tax on Bank Stocks, 


5,651 

875 


92 






April. 


Tax on Corporations, 
iTax on Attorney's Licenses, 
Contingencies (Anonymous: 
1 letter,) 


50 
555 

1 


75 


21,278 


61 




'Public Taxes, 


! 9,022 


02 






May. 


Tax on Corporations, 
Cherokee Bonds, 


25 
1,100 




9,04^ 


m 



Document No. 2. 



[2d Ex. Ses. 



From. October \st, 1860, 



]861. 



June. 
Julv, 



Aug. 



jContingencies (Anonymous 

i letter,) 

[General Assembly, 

'state Loans, 

|Tax on Bank Stock, 

[Tax on Collaterals, 

jCoupon Bonds, 

jPublic Taxes, 

iState Loans, 

Military Appropiationy 

IPublic Taxes, 

iState Loans, 

Tax on Corporations, 

Public Taxes, 

State Loan, 

Tax on Attorney's License, 



; 200 

6 

623,342 

10,648 

3,000 

250,000 

6,000 

289,500 

9,350 

10,506 

512,49'? 

25 

12,246 

260,500 

57 



638,296 
545,500 

532,378 
272,803 



74 



86 



2,611,533181 



1861.] DocuJiENT No. 2. 

to August ISth, 1861. 



DISBURSEMENTS FROM PUBLIC FUND. 



^60. 
ct. 


Agricultural Societies, 
Atlantic & N. C. Rail Road 


$ 1,600 








Investigation, 


479 


68j 






Board of Internal Improve- 










ment, 


23 








Bogue Banks, 


47 


50 






Cape Fear & Deep River 
Navigation Co., 


2,673 


58 






Comptroller's Department, 
Commissioners of Revenue, 


250 
200 








Contingencies, 


72 


57 






Fugitive from Justice, 


8 








Geological Survey, 


250 








Insane Asylum, 


5,000 








Interest on State Registered 










Bonds, 


120 








Judiciary, 

Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


2,905 
86,010 








" " Cape Fear and 
Deep River Nav. Bonds, 


15 








Pre'm on Northern Funds, 


18 


74 






State Department, 

State Library, 

Supt. of Public Buildings, 


200 

508 

65 


78 






State Library, 


85 


21 






Western N. C. Rail Road 








ov. 


Survey, 
Agricultural Societies, 


5,000 
150 




$105, 


lAtlantic & N. C. Rail Road 










Investigation, 


188 


15 






Cape Fear and Deep River 
Navigation Co., 


3,152 


33 






iCommissioners of Revenue, 


198 


50 


1 


.'Contingencies, 


120 


83 




jJFugitive from Justice, 


12 








Interest on State Registered 










Bonds, 


45 








jjudiciary, 


2,530 







06 



l^GCuMjcxxi IXO. 2. 



[2nd Ex. Ses. 



From October 1st, 1860, 



1860. 












Nov. 


Presidential Election. 


$ 945 


21 








Public Arms, 


5 


25 








Public Printing, 


51 


50 








Raleigh and Gaston Rail 












Road Bonds, 


2,500 










Western N. C. Rail Road, 


68,408 




$78,306 


77 


Dec. 


Agricultural Societies^ 
Board of Internal Improve- 
ment, 
Cape Fear and Deep River 
Navigation Co., 


100 
15 

1,696 










Commissioners of Revenue, 


11 


75 








Contingencies, 


662 


56 








Capital Square, 
Executive Department, 


150 

750 










Electors for President and 












Vice-President, 


254 


80 








Expenses of Sinking Fund, 


30 










Insane Asylum, 
Judiciary, 


5,000 
4,631 


97 








Interest on Coupon Bonds, 
" " Bonds of Cape 
Fear & Deep River Nav. 


7,602 










Co., 


120 










Pre'm on Northern Funds, 


3,920 










Presidential Election, 


52 


50 








Public Printing, 


799 


26 








Pensioners, 


120 










State Department, 


200 










1 " Library, 


184 


45 








Supt. Public Buildings, 


65 










Treasury Department, 


687 


50 








Western N. C. Rail Road 












Survey, 
Western Rail Road from 


6,000 




\ 






Fayetteville to the Coal- 












Fields, 


100,000 










Wilmington, Charlotte and 












Rutherford Road, 


200,000 




333,052 


79 


1861. 












Jan'y. 


jAgricultural Societies, 


200 










•Binding Laws, 


52 


94 







1861.] 



Document No. 2. 



to August 13th, 1861. 










1861. 
Jan'y. 


Cape Fear and Deep River 


i 










Nav. Co., 


$ 3,437 


97 








Comptroller's Department, 


250 










Contingencies, 


144 


36 








Council of State, 


254 


80 








Executive Department, 


75 










Fugitive from Justice, 


7 


50 








Geological Survey, 


1,193 


33 








Insane Asylum, 


5,000 










Interest on State Begistered 












Bonds, 


3,795 










Judiciary, 


3,585 










Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


127,377 










" " Fayettevilleand 












W. P. Road Bonds, 


2,730 










Interest on Bonds of Cape 












Fear and Deep River Nav. 












Co., 


4,665 










Military Appropriation, 


227 










Pre'm on Northern Funds, 


2,045 


04 








Presidential Election, 


95 










Public Printing, 


48 










Pensioners, 


50 










Public Tax Refunded, 


1,000 










State Library, 


205 


92 








Wilmington, Charlotte and 












Rutherford Rail Road, 


200,000 




$356,438 


86 


Feb'y. 


Agricultural Societies, 


150 










Bank Tax Refunded, 


27,562 


60 








Cape Fear and Deep River 












Nav. Co., 


1,500 










Commissioners from Greor- 












gia. 


10 










Commissioners to Alabama, 


522 










Contingencies, 


1,840 


85 








Convention Election, 


102 


50 








Fugitives from Justice, 


500 










General Assembly, 


55,609 


30 








Interest on State Registered 












Bonds, 


540 










Judiciary, 


1,232 


70 







Document No. 2. 



[2nd Ex. Ses. 



From October 1st, 1861, 



1861. 










Feb'y. 


Interest on F. and W. P. 
Road Bonds, 


1 390 








Military Appropriation, 


9,067 


29 






Public Arms, 


150 








Public Printing, 


445 


98 






Interest on Coupon Bonds^ 


789 








Pensioners, 


100 








Public Tax Refunded, 


406 


09 


$100,918 


March 


Appropriation for Deaf and 

Dumb, 
Bank Tax Refunded, 
Comptroller's Department, 


500 
6,750 

250 








Contingencies, 


1,590 


89 






Convention, 


419 


96 






Copying Laws, 


459 


50 






Executive Department, 


75 








Geological Survey, 


625 








General Assembly, 


1,342 


40 




1 


Insane Asylum, 


5,000 






1 


Interest on State Registered 










Bonds, 


90 








Judiciary, 


2,002 


50 






Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


14,631 








" Bonds of Cape 










Fear and Deep River Nav. 










Co., 


945 








Military Appropriation, 


19,730 


58 






Pre'm on Northern Funds, 


4,001 








Presidential Election, 


35 


83 






Public Printing, 


327 


93 




i 


Public Tax Refunded, 


1,000 








State Library, 


112 


50 






Supt. of Public Buildings, 


65 








Treasury Department, 


687 


50 






Western N. C. Rail Road 








1 


Survey, 


2,653 




63,294 


April 


Appropriation for Deaf and 
Dumb, 

Appropriation for Educa- 
tional purposes. 


500 
1,200 








Binding Laws, 


116 


65 




1 


Bank Tax Refunded, 


3,250 







31 



59 



1861.] 



Document No. 2. 



to August 13^7i, 1861. 



1861. 


. 










April 


Commissioners to Alaba- 
ma, 


$ 221 










Contingencies, 


1,905 


52 








Capitol Square, 


75 










Council of State, 


258 


40 








Convention, 


135 


50 






i 


Executive Department, 


750 








1 


Geological Survey, 


1,125 










General Assembly, 


106 










Judiciary, 


1,082 


50 








Interest on State Kegistered 












Bonds, 


726 


54 








Military Appropriation, 


6,295 


68 








Public Printing, 


616 


56 








Post Office, 


47 


82 








State Department, 


200 










" Eegistered Bonds, 


17,000 




$35,612 


17 


Mar 


Appropriation for Deaf and 












Dumb, 
Cape Fear and Deep River 
^Navigation Co., 


400 
1,425 










Commissioners to Alabama, 


201 


80 


1 






'■' of Revenue, 


360 










Contingencies, 


689 


46 








Commis'ers to Washington, 


880 


60 








General Assembly, 


11,987 


10 








Convention, 


305 


02 








Copying Laws, 


78 


50 








Commissioners from South 












Carolina, 


10 










Electors for President and 












Vice-President, 


3 










Fugitives from Justice, 


100 










Insane Asylum, 


5,000 










Interest on State Registered 












Bonds, 


700 


02 








Judiciary, 


5,052 


30 








Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


3,705 










M i 1 i ta r y Appropriation, 


296,001 


13 








Presidential Election, 


13 


17 








Public Printing, 


740 









jO 



Document No. 2. 



[2nd Ex. ISes. 



From October 1st, 1861, 



1861. 




1 








May 


Public Tax Kefunded, 


$ 50 










State Registered Bonds, 


32,500 




^360,202 


10 


June 


Board of Internal Improve- 












ment, 


33 


50 








Contingencies, 


113 


87 








Commissioners to Washing- 












ton, 


219 


60 








Convention, 


17,877 


14 








Commissioners to Virginia, 


105 










Executive Department, 


825 










General Assembly, 


151 


40! 








Insane Asylum, 


5,000 










Judiciary, 


3,449 


15 








Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


6,792 










" " State Registered 












Bonds, 


120 










Interest on F. and W. P. 












Road Bonds, 


90 










Military Appropriation, 


447,397 


95 








Presidential Election, 


117 


65 








Public Printing, 


134 


94! 








Post Office, 


58 


52 








State Department, 


200 










Supt. of Public Buildings, 


65 










Treasury Department, 


687 


50 








State Library, 


112 


50 








Wilmington, Charlotte and 












Rutherford Rail Road, 


250,000 




733,550 


72 


July 


Appropriations for Deafandt 
Dumb, 


1,200 










Contingencies, 


1,720 


58 








Capi*tol Square, 


75 










Convention, 


719 


73 








Copying Laws, 


54 










Executive Department, 


19 


15 








Geological Survey, 


1,000 










Int. on State Reg'd Bonds, 


2,595 










Judiciary, 


3,277 


40 








Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


53,004 










Interest on Bonds of F. & 












W. P. Road Company. 


2,640 









I861.J 



Document No. 2. 



11 



to August \Zth, 1861. 



1861. 




■ 


— ' 




— 


July 


Interest on Bonds of C. F. 
& Deep River Navigation 












Company 


$ 1,620 










Military appropriation, 


525,436 


9G 








Public Tax refunded, 


45 


12 








State Library, 


169 


75 


593,576 


69 


Aug. 


Contingencies, 
Appropriation for Deaf and 
DuUib, 


142 
400 


78 








Convention, 


257 


82 








Geological Survey, 


170 


84 








Judiciary, 


100 










In't on Coupon Bonds, 


9,528 










In't on Fayetteville & W. 












P. Railroad bonds. 


150 










In't on Cape Fear and Deep 












River Navigation bonds. 


1,905 










Military Appropriation, 


154,463 


84 








Presidential Election, 


25 


83 








Public Printing, 


126 


75 








Sheriff's for settling. 


21 


16 








Interest on State Registered 












Bonds, 


390 


$ 


167,682 


02 




2,928,167 


08 




By cancelled coupons paid 












off as per account Bank 












of Republic. 

• 




% 


88,263 


23 




3,016,430 


31 



12 



Document No. 2. [2nd. Ex. Sbs. 

From October 1st, 1860, 



KECEIPTS INTO LITERARY FUND— Principal. 



1860. 










— 


Oct. 


Entries of vacant Lands, 






761 


37 


Nov. 


ic a a 






209 


44 


1861. 












Feb'v. 


li a li 






1,860 


68 


March . 


a iC a 






196 


35 


April. 


%t IC il 






354 


33 


May. 


Individual Notes, 


1 308 
1,300 


30 








Yadkin Navigation Co'pv, 


2,000 




3,608 


30 


June. 


Entries of vacant Lands, 






149 


82 


July. 


(( a u 






55 


31 


Aug. 


il li a 


' 


• 


32 


81 










$ 7,228 


41 



■.1861. Document No. 2. 

to Aug. 13, 1861. 



13 



LITERARY FUND INCOME— Receipts. 



[Tax on Retailers^ 
jBank Dividend.s. 

Bank Dividends, 
Rail Road Dividends, 
Bank Dividends, 
iNavigation Dividends, 
iBank Dividends, 
INavigation Dividends, 
Tax on Retailers, 



30,162 
16,000 
27,220 

650 
20,108 

650 



$ 30| 

I 27,220i 



46,162 

27,870 

20,758 
90 



($122,1301 



14 



Document No. 2. [3nd Ex. Ses. 

From October 1st, 1861, 



DISBURSEMENTS FROM LITERARY FUND— Income. 



1860. 
Oct. 



Nov. 

Dec. 

1861. 
Jan'y. 

Feb. 

March 

April. 

May. 

June. 

July. 

Aug. 



Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum^ 

Expense account, 

Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Expense Account, 

Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Expense Account, 

Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Expense Account, 

Common Schools, 

Expense Account, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Expense Account, 

Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Expense Account, 

Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Expense Account, 

Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Expense A.ccount, 

Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Expense Account, 

Common Schools, 



3,037 

2,000 

73 

57,369 

2,000 

596 

23,474 

1,000 

147 

5,975 
3,000 
1,244 
1,486 
15 
1,000 

500 
1,258 
1,000 

399 
1,287 
2,000 
1,000 

248 

18,097 

1,000 

150 
9,654 
1,000 

375 



32 



72 



5,110 
59,965 
24,621 

10,220 

3,001 

2,657 
3,287 
1,248 

19,247 



10,929 

1,555 

319 



$142,166177 



82 
97 
71 

46 

56 

32 

72 
85 

60 



76 

74 
26 



Document No. 2, 



15 



to August IWi, 1861. 



KECEIPTS INTO SINKINQ FUND. 



1«860. 
Oct. 



Interest on Coupon Bonds, 

Raleigh and Gaston Railroad Dividend, 




DISBURSEMENTS FROM SINKING FUND. 



1860. 

Oct. 



Coupon Bondsj 



l| 5,000 



RECAPITULATION. 
Public Fund. 



Balance due this Fund, October 

1, 1860, 
Receipts ending Aug., 14, 1861, 
Disbursements ending Aug. 14, 

1861. 
Balance due this Fund Aug. 15, 

1861. 



\ 687,752 
2,611,533 



3,249,286 
3,016,430 



54 
31 



$ 232,856 i23 



'^ DOCUMEI^T No. 2. 

From October 1st, 1860, to August 13st, 1861. 

Literary Fund. 



By balance over drawn October, 


1 22,136 


57 






1860. 










Disbursements ending Aug, 14, 


142,166 


77 


164,303 


34 


1861. 










Receipts ending August 14, 1861, 




— 


129,358 


41 


Over drawn by this fund, 


$ 34,944 


93 



Sinking Fund. 



Balance due the fund October 1, 

1860, 
Keceii)ts ending Aug. 14, 1861, 
Disbursements ending Aug, 14, 

1861. 



75 
24,465 



24,540 
5,000 



$ 19,540 



Balance due Public Fund Aug. 










14, 1861. 


1 232,856 


23 






Balance due Sinking Fund Aug. 










14, 1861, 


19,540 




252,396 


23 


Over drawn by Literary Fund, 






34,944 93 


Leaving in hands of the State 








Treasurer Aug. 15, 1861, 






$ 217,45130 


Disposed of as iblloAvs : 










Bank of N. Carolina, 


83,479 








Do do Sinking Fund, 


19,575 








Bank of Cape Fear, Raleigh, 


106,539 


85 






Amount in vault as follows : 








Check G. W. Johnson, Treas. 


2,000 








Check Rich'd Walke on W. 










W. Vass, 


646 


45 






Cash and vouchers, 


5,211 




$ 217,451 30 



Document No. 3.] 



[2nd Ex. Sbs. 1861. 



Ordered to he Printed. 



John Spelman, Printer to the State. 



TABLE, 

Of the Population of the State of North Corolina, according to 
the Sth Census, arranged by Counties Alphabetically. 



Counties. 



White. 



Free 
Col'ed 



Slaves. Federal 



Total. 



1 

Alamance, 


7,987 


421 


3,445 


10,475 


11,853 


Alexander, 


5,392 


19 


611 


5,778 


6,022 


Anson, 


6,562 


151 


6,951 


10,884 


13,664 


Alleghany, 


3,357 


27 


206 


3,507 


3,590 


Ashe, 


7,423 


142 


391 


7,800 


7,956 


Beaufort, 


8,172 


729 


5,878 


12,428 


14,779 


Bertie, 


5,846 


279 


8,186 


11,036 


14,311 


Bladen, 


6,233 


435 


5,327 


9,864 


11,995 


Brunswick, i 


4,515 


260 


3,631 


6,954 


8,406 


Buncombe, 


10,623 


100 


1,931 


11,882 


12,654 


Burke, 


6,647 


219 


2,371 


8,288 


9,237 


Cabarrus, 


7,402 


104 


3,040 


9,330 


10,546 


Caldwell, 


6,297 


114 


1,088 


7,064 


7,499 


Camden, 


2,940 


276 


2,127 


4,492 


5,343 


Carteret, 


6,064 


152 


1,969 


7,398 


8,185 


Caswell, 


6,581 


279 


9,355 


12,473 


16,21^ 


Catawba, 


9,038 


28 


1,664 


10,064 


10,730 


Chatham^ 


12,555 


304 


6,246 


16,607 


19,105 


Cherokee, 


8,609 


38 


519 


8,958 


9,166 


Chowan, 


2,978 


151 


3,713 


5,357 


6,842 


Cleaveland, 


10,108 


109 


2,131 


11,495 


12,348 


Columbus, 


5,779 


355 


2,463 


7,612 


8,597 


Craven, 


8,795 


1,288 


6,190 


13,797 


16,273 


Cumberland, 


9,561 


978 


5,830 


14,037 


16,369 


Currituck, 


4,671 


221 


2,524 


6,406 


7,416 


Davidson, 


13,378 


147 


3,076 


15,371 


16,601 


Davie, 


6,001 


101 


2,392 


7,537 


8,494 


Duplin, 


8,286 


374 


7,126 


12,936 


15,786 


Edgecombe, 


6,880 


388 


10,108 


13,333 


17,376 



Document No. 8. [2nd Ex. Ses. 

TABLE— (Continued.) 



- Counties. 


White. 


Free 
Col'ed 


Slaves. 


Federal 


Total. 


Forsythe, 


10,716 


211 


1,764 


11,985 


12,691 


Franklin, 


6,490 


541 


7,079 


11,278 


14,110 


Gaston, 


7,009 


102 


2,199 


8,431 


9,310 


Gates, 


4,180 


362 


3,902 


6,883 


8,444 


Granville, 


11,189 


1,121 


11,086 


18,962 


23,396 


Green, 


3,826 


152 


3,947 


6,346 


7,925 


Guilford, 


15,738 


693 


3,625 


18,606 


20,056 


Halifax, 


6,642 


2,450 


10,349 


15,301 


19,441 


Harnett, 


5,351 


104 


2,584 


7,005 


8,039 


Haywood, 


5,488 




313 


5,676 


5,801 


Henderson, 


8,981 


85 


1,382 


9,895 


10,448 


Hertford, 


3,948 


1,111 


4,445 


7,726 


9,504 


Hyde, 


4,682 


259 


2,793 


6,617 


7.734 


Iredell, 


11,141 


29 


4,177 


13,676 


15,347 


Jackson, 


5,241 


6 


281 


5,416 


5.528 


Johnston, 


10,548 


193 


4,916 


13,690 


15,657 


Jones, 


2,210 


107 


3,413 


4,365 


5,730 


Lenoir, 


4,903 


177 


5,131 


8,158 


10,211 


Lillington, 


2,933 


124 


3,228 


4,994 


6,285 


Lincoln, 


6,000 


80 


2,115 


7,349 


8,195 


Macon, 


5,370 


115 


519 


5,796 


6,004 


Madison, 


5,693 


2 


213 


5,823 


5,908 


Martin, 


5,435 


451 


4,303 


8,468 


10,189 


McDowell, 


5,542 


273 


1,305 


6,598 


7.120 


Mecklenburg, 


10,543 


290 


6,541 


14,758 


17,374 


Montgomery, 


5,781 


45 


1,823 


6,920 


7,649 


Moore, 


. 8,725 


184 


2,618 


10,420 


11,427 


Nasli, 


: 6,319 


688 


4,681 


9,815 


11.688 


New Hanover, 


7,684 


642 


7,104 


12,588 


15,430 


Northampton, 


5,912 


656 


6,808 


10,653 


13,376 


Onslow, 


1 5,198 


159 


3,499 


7,457 


8,856 


Orange, 


i 11,318 


522 


5,109 


14,905 


16,949 


Pasquotank, 


' 4,473 


1,484 


2,983 


7,747 


8,940 


Perquimans, 


3,287 


392 


3,569 


5,820 


7,248 


Person, 


, 5,708 


318 


5,195 


9,143 


11,221 


Pitt, 


i 7,480 


12/ 


8,473 


12,691 


16,080 


Polk, 


1 3,317 


106 


620 


3,795 


4.043 


Kandolph, 


; 14,768 


380 


1,645 


16,135 


16,793 



1861.] 



Document No. 3. 
TABLE— (Continued.) 



Counties. 



i White. 



Free 
Col'ed 



Slaves. 



Federal 



Total. 



Richmond, 


5,211 


345 


5,453 


8,828 


11,009 


Robeson, 


8,584 


1,450 


5,456 


13,307 


15,490 


Rockingham, 


10,021 


407 


6,318 


14,219 


16,746 


Rowan, 


10,522 


135 


3,929 


13,014 


14,586 


Rutherford, 


9,060 


122 


2,391 


10,617 


11,573 


Sampson, 


9,106 


489 


7,028 


13,812 


16,623 


Stanly, 


6,590 


42 


1,169 


7,333 


7,801 


Stokes, 


7,847 


86 


2,469 


9,414 


10,402 


Surry, 


8,949 


184 


1,246 


9,881 


10,379 


Tyrrell, 


3,203 


143 


1,597 


4,304 


4,943 


Union, 


8,903 


53 


2,246 


10,304 


11,202 


Wake, 


16,470 


1,424 


10,733 


24,334 


28,627 


Warren, 


4,923 


402 


10,401 


11,566 


15,726 


Washington, 


3,596 


296 


2,465 


5,371 


6,357 


Watauga, 


4,771 


82 


104 


4,915 


4,957 


Wayne, 


8,721 


•734 


5,451 


12,726 


14,906 


Wilkes, 


13,280 


261 


1,208 


14,266 


14,749 


Wilson, 


5,944 


280 


3,496 


8,321 


9,720 


Yadkin, 


9,110 


168 


1,433 


10,138 


10,711 


Yancey, 


8,229 


64 


362 

331,081 


8,510 


8,655 




631,489 


30,097 


861,435 


992,667 



State of North Carolina, 

Office of Secretary of State. 
I, Rufus H. Page, Secretary of State, in and for the State 
aforesaid , do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true state- 
ment of the number of white, free colored, slave, federal 
and total population of each county in this State in 1860, 
and the total of each, as appears by a statement sent from 
the Census Office at Washington, and now on file in this 
Office, 

Oiven under my hand this 19th day of August, 1861. 

RUFUS H. PAGE, 
Secretary of State, 



Document 


No 


.4.] 




[2nd Ex. 


Se3. 


1861. 








Ordered to he Printed. 










John 


Spelman, 


Printer to the State. 







SPECIAL REPORT OF THE QUARTERMASTER AND 
PAYMASTER GENERAL. 



ExECurrvE Department, ^ 
Malelgh, August 21,9^ 1861. \ 

To Uie HoTwrablt, 

the Speaker of the House of Commons : 

Sir: — In response to the accompanying resolution of thtf 
House of Commons, 1 submit herewith a Report from the 
Paymaster General of the State, to whom the same was re- 
ferred, and which contains all the information I have upon 
tke subject. 

HENRY T. CLARK. 



House of Commons, > 
August 19M, 1861. j 

To His Excellency, Hkkry T. Clark, Governor, dec: 

The House of Commons has passed the following revHolo 
fcioa ! 



2 Document No. 4. [2nd Ex, Sbs. 

Resolved, That the Governor be requested to inform this 
House whether any arrangements have been made for the 
payment of North Carolina State Troops and Volunteers — 
whether siich payment is to be made by the State Govern- 
ment or the Confederate Government, and whether he has 
any official information of a failure or refusal by the Confeder- 
rate Government to fulfil its engagements. 

W. T. DORTCH, S. H. C. 
By order, 

J. H. Moore, C. H. C. 



Quartermaster and Paymaster General's Office, ? 
Ralmgh, August 20^A, 1861. \ 

His Excellency, Henry T. Clark, Governor: 

Sir: — A resolution of the House of Commons requesting 
you ''to inform the House whether any arrangements have 
been made for the payment of the North Carolina State Troops 
.and Volunteers; whether such payment is to be made by the 
State Government or the Confederate Government ; and 
whether he has any official information of a failure or refusal 
"by the Confederate Government to fulfil its engagements/' 
having been referred to this Department, I have the honor to 
report : 

Tliat about the Istof July I had a personal interview with 
the Secretary at War, in Richmond, which resulted in my ad- 
dressing a letter to the Quartermaster General of the Confed- 
erate States, to which the following reply was promptly 
made, viz: 



1861.] Document No. 4. 3 

" CoNFEDEiRATE StATES OF AMERICA, ) 

Quartermaster General's Department, > 
Richmond, July 5 //i, 1861. ) 

*' Col. L. O'B. Branch, 

Quartermaster General N. C, Raleigh: 

" I have received your letter of July 3rd, inst., and in re- 
" ply have to inform you that volunteers are paid hy the 
" Confederate States from the date of their muster into the 
" State service, on the transfer of their Muster Rolls to the 
" Confederate service, and when they have not heen mustered 
''into the State service, they are paid from the date of the 
" order directing them to proceed to any destination by the 
" War Department. If the volunteers of North-Carolina are 
"mustered into the State service, and the men are borne on 
" the Muster Rolls from the date they were accepted by the 
" Governor, they will be paid from that date. 
Yours very respecttully, 

A. C. MYERS, 
Quartermaster General. ' ' 

This letter was explicit and left 'nothing in doubt. Our 
volunteers were to be " paid by the Confederate States from 
the date of their muster into the State service, on the transfer 
of their Muster Rolls to the Confederate service." 

This sentence of the letter embraced all of our State Troops 
and provided for their payment from the date at which they 
became entitled to pay from the State of North Carolina. 

But I had informed the Secretary at War and the Quarter- 
master General that our twelve months volunteers were enti- 
tled to pay under our laws, not from the date of their muster 
into service, but from the date of their acceptance by the 
Governor, and therefore the last sentence of the letter was 
inserted to provide for their payment from the date of their 
acceptance by the Governor. 



4 Document No. 4. [2nd Ex. Ses. 

I have, therefore, to report that arrangements were made 
tinder the authority of your predecessor for the payment of 
all the wages due or to become due to the North Carolina 
•State Troops and Volunteers, and that the payment was to 
be made by the Confederate Grovernment. 

In reply to the remaining branch of the resolution, I have 
the honor t(^ report that no official information has been 
received at my office of a refusal on the part of the Confeder- 
ate Government to fulfil its engagement. On the contrary, 
it is known that several of our regiments have been paid off, 
and the balance are being paid off apparently in the order in 
which they entered the service, the men being paid from the 
date of their acceptance by the Grovernor. 

Delay has undoubtedly occurred in making payment, and 
will continue to occur. No Government in time of war is 
able to pay its troops with punctuality. How much less is it 
to be expected of a Government provisional and temporary 
which came into existence only a few months ago, without 
an army, without revenue, without anything organized, 
and that, in that few months, has raised and put into the field 

an army of men and repulsed a powerful enemy 

threatening its capitol and blockading all its coast. 

As a military organization cannot be perfected by magic, 
even when money abounds, delays of payment may be expec- 
ted to occur as long as the war continues. 

Appreciating the distress and inconvenience thus imposed 
on the officers and men, and anxious if possible to afford 
them some relief, you directed me on the 24th July last, to 
])roceed to Richmond and propose to the Confederate author- 
ities that the State would pay off its own troops to the amount 
of six hundred thousand dollars, if the Government would 
issue to the »State its bonds for that amount. 

Iproceeded to Richmond and made theproposition but itwas 
not acceded to. I earnestly hope that the General Assembly, 
if it can do so, will make provision for raising the money, 
and direct all the North Carolina State Troops and Volun- 



1861.] D0<7UMENT No. 4. & 

teers to be paid from the State Treasury. If invested with 
the authority and provided with the funds^ I can with the 
aid yon are ready to give me, cause the twenty-five organized 
Eegiments to he paid in ten days. But I am at present with- 
out either the funds or the authority. 

It is not deemed necessary to notice in this communicatioa 
the few exceptional cases in which you have directed pay- 
ments to he made. They are all peculiar, and the payments 
thus made amount to hut a small sum in the aggregate. 

The Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons, Quarter Masters, 
Commissaries and Adjutants of our Regiments have been 
refused payment by the Confederate States on a question of 
regularity of appointment. If that question cannot be 
adjusted so as to secure their recognition, they will be enti- 
tled to payment from the State for the time during which 
they have served. 

Some cases have been brought to my notice in which pay- 
ments have been refused because of the entire absence of, or 
defects in, the Muster Rolls. Such difficulties can be obviated 
by the Field Officers of Regiments taking the precaution to 
procure from the Adjutant General's Office here, perfect 
Muster Rolls, and carrying them with them to Richmond to 
be filed. 

The cases that present most difficulties, are those in which 
c/)mpanies went into Fort Macon and Forts Caswell and 
Johnson immediately on the breaking out of the war. Many 
of these Companies did not wait to make out Muster RoUb, 
nor to obtain from the Governor, a formal acceptance of their 
services. Some of them having been largely recruited, hare 
eince been attached to Regiments and gone to Virginia, 
whilst some have been disbanded and the individual mem- 
bers have joined other Companies. In the absence of Muster 
Rolls and all other evidences of service, these cases present 
almost endless complications, and it is and will continue to 
be extremely difficult to settle them. They are recognized 
however as amongst the most worthy of prompt payment, 



6 Document No. 4, [2nd Ex. Sis. 

and under general orders issued by you, every effort is being 
made to settle them. 

Whilst writing this communication, I have seen a letter 
from Col. J. Johnson Pettigrew, of the 12th Regiment Vol- 
unteers, dated at Richmond, the 14th of August, in which it 
is stated that the Authorities say, ' ' they have ao authority 
to pay beyond the date of our (their) marching orders." As 
their Paymasters were at that moment actually paying our 
Regiments from thedates of their acceptance by the Governor, 
I am forced to the conviction that Col. Pettigrew misunder- 
stood the Quartermaster General of the Confederate States. 

It is presumed that Col. Pettigrew' s Regiment will be paid 
in its order, that is, after other Regiments that have been 
longer in the field have been paid. I will immediately 
address the Quarter Master General on the subject, and his 
reply will be laid before you when received. 

I have the honor to be your obedient servant, 

L. O'B. BRANCH, 
Q. M. d' P. M, General. 



Document No. 5.] [2nd Ex. Ses. 1861. 



Ordered to be Printed. 



John Spelman, Printer to the State. 



KEPORT OF THE COM^IISSAKY-G-ENEEAL. 

Subsistence Department, ) 
Raleigh, August 23r<i, 1861. \ 

To the Honorable W. T. Dortch, 

Speaker of the House of Commons : 

Sir : In reply to a resolutiou of the House of Commons, 
in regard to the number of subordinates in this Department, 
the pay of each, what amounts have been paid to each, and 
what is still due them, with a full statement of the disburse- 
ments through their offices, when and by what order made, 
I respectfully submit the following : 

No lieulenant-colonel, as provided for in the bill creating 
tbis department, has ever been asked for or appointed. Had 
this office been fiPed, the pay attached to it would have been 
|165 per month. 

D. Ct. Fowle, Esc|,, was appointed Major about the 20th 
of May last, and resigned on the 22d of July, since which 
time this office has been vacant. The pay attached thereto 
is $162 per month. 

A. S. Mcrrimon, Esq., was appointed captain in this de- 
partment about the 1st of June, and resigned on the 20t]i 
instant. 

The following are the subordinate officers connect cd with 
this department : 



2 Document No. 5. [2nd Ex. Ses. 

Captain Wm. W, Morrison, Captain David Sclienck and 
Captain H. M. Drane. The pay of eacli captain is $140 per 
month. D. T. Carroway, of Newborn^ is 1st Lieutenant in 
this department, and is entitied to the pay of $100 per 
month. 

No rations, quarters or extras of any kind have been al- 
lowed to any of the above officers. Two agents have been 
temj^orarily used to collect subsistence and make partial dis- 
bursements, for whose acts the Commissary-General is re- 
sponsible. 

It is proper to remark that Captains Morrison and Drane 
have each received the appointment of captain in the Con- 
federate service, and are subject to the orders of Brig. Gen. 
Gatlin. 

As all the officers are paid through the Quartermaster's 
department, the undersigned begs to refer to the Quarter- 
master-General's report for the amounts received by each of 
his staff, as well as the amounts still due, this department 
not having the information at its command. 

The entire sum received by this department from the trea- 
sury of North-Carolina amounts to $155,000 00 
From other sources, 13,100 00 



Total, $168,100 00 

The entire expenditures are, 141,951 08 



Leaving a balacne on liand of $ 26,148 92 

to August 22, 1861. 

The sum of $13,100, stated above, as received from other 
sources, refers principally to amounts received from the Con- 
federate Government for bacon, the sale of condemned 
stores, tl'c. 

Of the $141,951.08, the total expenditures of this depart- 
ment, $61,009.32 have been disbursed directly by the 



1861.] Document No. 5. 3 

undersigned ; the balance of $80,941.70, by the subordinate 

officers and agents of the department, viz : 

Maj. Daniel G. Fowle, 1G,729 10 

Capt. Wm. W. Morrison, 10,000 00 

" John Devereux, 13,912 66 

" H. M. Drane, 8,500 00 

'' A. S. Merrimon, 3,500 00 

" David Schenck, 4,300 00 

Lieut. D. T. Carroway, 4,000,00 

James Sloan, 8,000 00 

Hugh Johnston, 12,000 00 



$80,941 76 

The above respective sums have been paid to the different 
officers at various times as the wants and necessities of the 
different military posts required, and have been generally 
promptly accounted for. All subordinate officers report 
montlily to the head of tliis department, where their ac- 
counts are examined and passed over to the Military Board 
to be audited. Their bonds are made payable to the State 
of North-Carolina. 

All disbursements of this de})artment to officei's and others 
have been made by checks of the undersigned througli tlie 
Bank of North-Carolina. 

Kespectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM JOHNSTON, 

Commissary- Genei'al. 



Document 


No. 


6.] 








[2nd 


Ex. 


Se». 


18fil. 








Ordered 


to be Prii 


:ited. 














John 


Spelmivn, 


Prnter to 


the State. 


• 







REPORT OF THE MILITARY COMMITTEE. 

Senate Chamber, 
August 21st, 1861. 

To the Honorable Warren Winslow, 3IUitary Secretary. 

The following Resolution has been passed by the kSenate,. 
and ordered to be transmitted to you, viz : 

Resolved, Tliat the Secretary of the Military Board be 
requested to furnislied this General Assembly with the nuui- 
ber of Regiments that have been formed in this State ; how 
Tnany men ; how many arms have been furnished to each 
Resriment ; tocrether with the kind of arms each one has re- 
ceived. 

L. W. HUMPHREY, S. S. pro tern.. 
Jiy order, 

J. W. Alspaugh, C. S. 



Hon. Henry T. Clark, Speaker of the Senate: 

Sir : In answer to the resolution of the Senate, I have to 
report that since the commencement of the war, there have 
been organised eleven Regiments of State Troops ; four- 
teen Regiments of Twelve Months Men ; and parts of 



Document No. 6. 



[2nd. Ex. Ses 



four Eegiments have been rendezvoused preparatory to for- 
mation. They are as follows : * 
1. State Troops, Infantry, Col. Stokes. 



2. 
3. 

4. 
5. 
6. • 

7. 
8. 

Artillery, 

1. Cavalry 

2. '' 



Tew, 

Meares, 

Anderson, 

McRae, 

Pender, 

Campbell, 

Shaw, 

Bradford, 

Ransom^ 

Spruill. 



9, 




a 


Williams, 


8 




i( 


Pender (late) 
Daniel 


4 




a 


5 




Cl 


McKinney, 

Lee, 


6 




iC 


Y 




a 


Martin, 


8 




a 


Radcliffe, 


10 




i( 


Iverson, 


11 




i( 


Kirkland, 


1? 




a 


Pettigrew, 


13 




iC 


Hoke, 


14 




C( 


Clarke, 


25. 




a 


Clincrman. 



Of these troops the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Reginients of Infantry, 
State Troops, are on service in Virginia, as are also two Com- 
panies of the Artillery— Reily's Heavy Artillery, attached 
to the Fourth, Anderson's Regiment, and Ramseur's Light 
Battery. 

Moore's Light Battery is under orders to move to Virginia. 

Brem's Light Battery is on guard service at Raleigh. 



1861.] Document No. 6. 3 

The remaining three Companies of Artillery are on gar- 
rison duty on the coast. 

The Seventh Infantry is under marching orders to Vir- 
ginia. 

The Eiglith Infantry and first and second Cavalry are in 
Camp of Instruction, not yet fully equipped and armed. 

Of the Volunteer forces, the Ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 
11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, are on service in Virginia. 

The Yth and 10th are on garrison duty on the coast. 

The 25th is at Asheville with marching orders to Raleigh. 

Parts of the 26th, at Raleigh, of the 2nh, at High Point, 
of the 28th, at Asheville, and one or two unattached Com- 
panies at Newborn. 

Four unattached Companies, with three Companies of Ar- 
tlUery, are at Fort Macon. 

The whole force in Virginia at the date of the muster-roll 
and enlistment returns, so far as can he ascertained, is as 
follows : 

Of the State Troops, 8,255 

Of the Volunteers, 12,315 

In all ^ ' 20,570 

The absence of proper rolls and specific returns from the 
heads of the Regiments preclude the possibility of precise 
information. The number above does not allow for deaths, 
casualties or discharges ; nor does it embrace large numbers 
of recruits, which, it is said, have from time to time gone 
on. As such recruiting has not been authorised, nor 
indeed reported to the Adjutant General, there is no record 
of the same. Efibrts have been, and are now makino-. 
to obtain full and prompt returns. Much inconvenience 
has been felt and experienced by the troops themselves for 
the want of muster-rolls, which can only be supplied by 
the respective Captains. 



4 DOCUMKNT No. 6. [1801. 

Tlie arras distributed are as follows ; 

1. State Troops, Muskets (1842), 780 ; 2d do, TOO, 1,480 

2. do. do. 807 ; 3d do. 800 ; 

4th do. 800, 2,366 
5. do. do. 6th ('42), 400, 

(1822), 600, 1,759 

7. do. do. 640; Pvilies,-200, 850 

8. do. do. 900 
Artillery, (1842), 200; (1800). 70; Rifles. 101, 371 

1. Cavalry, Rifles, 200, Carbines,, 100, 300 

2. do Rifles, 100 

1. Volunteers (1842) 1.034 (1820) 176, 1,210 

2. do. " 811 " 77, Rifles, 78 966 

3. do. " 877 '' Harper's F. Rifles 75, 952 

4. do. " 766 Rifles, 96, 868 

5. do. " 228 (1822) 858, 1,086 

6. do. '' 180 •' 669, Rifles 171, 1,000 

11. do. '' 80 " 1060, 1,140 

12. do. " 191 " 793, 984 

13. do. " 161 '' 611, 772 

14. do. " : 280 " 5G0, 840 
26. do. (part) , Muskets, (1822,) 397 

9th. do. (part) 400 

7th do. (1842). 480 (1822) 813, 1,293 

8th do. " 1046 " 222, 1,269 

10th do. '■■ 631 " 181, Rifles 66, 878 

Fort Macon, 39 ; Rifles, 222 ; F. and 8. 89, • 350 

All of these arms, with the excejition of the flint and steel, 

are of the best quality. 

In addition the flrst Cavalry have rect^ived. Sabres, 359 ; 
Percussion Pistols, 397 ; Navy Revolvers, 75 : and about 
550 Carbines are preparing for that troop. 
I have the honor to be, with high respect, 

WARREN WINSLOW, 
., 3Iilitary Secretary/. 

EoIeigJi, Augusf 22, 1861. 



Document No. 7.] [2nd Ex. Ses. 1861. 



Ordered to be Printed. 



John Spelman, Printer to the State. 



STATEMENT BY THE QUARTERMASTER AND PAY 
MASTER GENERAL. 



Quartermaster and Paymaster General's Office, ) 
Baleigh, August 2ord, 1861. ) 

W. T. Dortch, 

Speaker of House of Commons : 

Sir: — In reply to the resolution adopted by the House of 
Commons on the 22nd inst., I have the honor to inclose here- 
with : 

I. A statement of the names, rank, salaries^ amounts paid 
and amounts still due, to Officers of the Quartermaster and 
Paymaster's Department. 

II. A statement of the disbursements made through the 
office of the Quartermaster and Paymaster General from May 
21st to August 24th, 1861. 

To exhibit full detaile of the expenditures, it would bet 
necessary to give transcripts of the accounts of each Assistant 
Quartermaster. Erom want of clerical force, and because 
most of the accounts are now in the office of the Military 
Secretary to be audited, such copies cannot, at present, be 
furnished, but they will be laid before the Joint Committee 
appointed to investigate the affairs of the Department. 

I have the honor to be 
Your ob't serv't, 

L. O'B. BRANCH, 
Q. 31. d' P. M. General 



Document No. 7. 



[2nd Ex. Ses. 



STATEMENT 

Of the Names, Rank, Salaries j^er month, amounts paid and 
amounts still due to Officers of the Quartermaster and Fay- 
masters' Department. 



Names. 


Rank. 


Salary 
PbrMo. 


Paid. 


Due. 


L.O'B. Branch, 


Colonel, 


$210 


00 


Nothing 




S. J. Person, 


Lt.Col., 


185 


00 


$314 50 


24 days. 


A. M. Lewis, 


Major, 


150 


00 


Nothing 


3 months. 


J. W. Cameron, 


Capt. , 


130 


00 


$29042 


1 month. 


R, G. Rankin, 


a 


130 


00 


Nothing 


From date of com'n. 


M. A. Bledsoe, 


a 


130 


00 


a 


a a (c i( 


James Sloan, 


ii 


130 


00 


i( 


IC C( il (( 


A. Myers, 


ii 


130 


00 


$345 33 


22 days. 


W. H. Oliver, 


Lieut. , 


90 


00 


Nothing 


From date of com'n. 


W. A. Walsh, 


li 


90 


00 


$180 00 


22 days. 


J. H. Avent, 


) 


90 


00 


172 66 


From 1st July. 



1861.] 



DOCUJIENT No. 7. 



Col. L. O'B. Branch, Quartermaster and Paymaster Gena'al, 
In account luith the Staie of North-Carolina. 



To Cash drawn from Trea- 
surGr 

By do. paid Col. S. Willims,! 
2nd Reg't N. C. Vols, on 
his requisition (1), 

" do. Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. 
Q. M. and P. M., on his 
requisition (2), 

''do. for Check Book (3), 

" do. Lt. B. B. Guion, act- 
ing Q. M. Ellis Flying 
Art., on his reqn. (4), 

'' do.W.H. Jones, Cash., for 
draft J. Y.BryceonAdgt. 
General, 

"do. Capt. R. S. Tucker, A 
Q. M on his reqn. (5), 

" do. Lt. W. J. Saunders 
act. for forage and sun- 
dries lor E. F. A. (6), 

'' do. A. A. N. M. Taylor 
per draft of J. B. Boone 
Q. M. 1st Regt. N. C. for 
shoes and clothing for that 
regiment (7), 

" do. Capt, J. W. Cameron, 
hy order of Gov. his act. 
for services (8), 

'' do. Col. R. H. Roddick, 
by order of Gov. his act. 
for services (9), 

" do. Marshall Porks, Nor- 
folk, bill for Tent mate- 
rials (10), 

'' do. A. M. Lewie, A. Q. 
M. and P. M. on his re- 
quisition (11), 

•' do. J. H. Avant, Q. M. 
Camp of Instruction, on 
his requisition (12), 



$ 5,000 



9,000 
3 



500 

500 
500 

221 



00 



00! 

00 
00 

18 

2,000 00 

110 

217|62 
1,33796 
1,000;00 

500;00 



$50,00000 



90 



Document No. T. 



[2nd Ex. Ses. 



(J()l. L. OB. Branch, Quartermaster and Paymaster Generol, 



1891. 
May 29 



" 30 
" 31 

June 1 



a 



a 



June 5 



(( (C 



'» Pi 



By do. A. Myers Agt. State 
in Riclimond for making 
Tents (13) 

'' do. Maj. A. M. Lewis, A 
Q. M. and P. M. on his 
reqn. dated 31 May (14), 

" do. Gov. J. M. Morehead 
for cotton Osnaburgs for 
knapsacks (15), 
do. Briggs & Podd, act. 
for carpenters work (21), 
do. Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. 
Q. M: and P. M. on his 
requisition (16), 
do. Capt. J. W. Cameron 
A. Q. M. on his reqn. (17), 
do. W. H. Jones, Cash'r, 
perbillofJ.W.Bryce(18), 
do. Wilson W. Whitaker 
on his requisitiph to fit 
up Camp of Instr'n (19), 
do. Capt. R. Sv iR^ucker, 
A. Q. M. on his r%^- (20), 

To Cash drawn fromp'Ti-ea- 
surer, 

By do. paid J. S. Moore a^ct^ 
Q. M., Fort Macon, (22'^" 
cash paid W. H. Higljj 
for making knapsacks and I'^i 
canteen straps (23.) ■* ' 

cash paid Chas. Dewey, 
Cashier, per draft, Young 
Wriston& Orr (24,) 
cash paid Geo. W. Alley, 
Telegraphic Operator, for 
all despatches at Raleigh 
and Goldsboro' (25,) 
cash paid M. Grausman 
on account, for makingj 
pants (26,) [ 

cash j)aid Lieut. David I 
Settle, quartermaster, 3rdl 



500 



21,000 



00 



00 



215 



84 



31993 



11,000 



OOi 



500001 
3,99800 



50o:oo 



500 



500 



1,116 



1,617 



355 



00 



00 



00 



15 



03 



400t®0 



m 



$50,G00i0O 



I8P,1 1 • Document No. 1. 

In account xcitli the State of North-Carolina. 



H II 



1861. 1 

;l Reg't. N. C. Vol., on hisil 
l| i-equisition (27,) : 

June 6 |By cash paid J. C. Wash-| 
"^ing-ton, on acc't, for shoes. 
(28,) I 

* ♦ cash paid Stedntan Lums-i 
den, for making canteens 
(29,) . ! 

" cash paid Colonel Junmsi 
Daniel, Q.M., 4th Reg't. 
N. C. Vol. (31,) 
I" cash paid J. C. Ritten- 
house, to pay bill for caps 
sent through S. A. Myers[j 

(32,) 

'' cash paid S. A. Myers,|| 

I advanced for making tentsii 
this week (33,) i 

''' cash paid W. H. Jones,! 
Cashier, to pav check of J.,; 
W. Bryce (34,) I 

"ji'^ cash paid Capt. D. M.| 
Carter, Southern Gruards,|i 
per order Gov. Ellis. (35,) 

''' cash paid J no. Spelman,i 

account for printing andl 

paper for several Depart-| 

ments (36,) I 

** "||"'' cash paid jMarshallParks, 

I on his bill read. 5th June; 

(37,) j 

" "!'' cash paid Marshall Parks,} 

I on his bill read, , June 4th! 

' (38,) i 

*' "I" cash paid W. H. Oliver 

i & Co., acc't for sundries 

(39,) 

lO!-'' cash paid Capt. R. S. 

; Tucker, A. Q. M. on his 

' requisition" (40,) 

•' cash paid Colonel M. S. 

i Stokes, 1st Reg't Infantry 



$ 2,000;00ij 

I i 

l,914l75ii 

i ;i 

i ii 

250:00ii 

Ml 

2,000j00 

I ii 
390j00j 

! 

700,00 

40i80 

1 

1,38474' 



642 



1,808351 



12; 



2,548 
639 



53; 



'95il 



5oo!oo 



Document No. 7% 



[2nd Ex. Ses. 



Col. L. O'B, Branch, Quartermaster and Paymaster General, 



1861" 



Jim 12 



13 



15 



j to pay contingencies (41,) 
iBy cash paid Maj. A. M. 
! Lewis, A.Q. M/& P. M., 
j on his requisition to pa} 
I bounty (42,) 
j" cash paid Col. S. J. Per- 
son, A. Q. M. & P. M., 
on his requisition (43,) 
'' cash paid Capt. K. 8 
Tucker, A. Q. M., for cur- 
rent expenses (44,) 
To cash drawn from Trea- 
surer, 
By cash paid Maj. A. M. 
Lewis, A. Q. M. &P. M., 
on his requisition to pay 
bounty (45,) 
'^' cash paid Lieut. W. H. 
Oliver, Q . M ., at Newborn, 
(46,) 
By cash paid Capt. K. G. 
Rankin, A. Q. M., at Wil- 
mington, on his requisi- 
tion (47,) 
" cash paid Capt. R. S.j 
Tucker, A. Q. M., on hisj 
requisition, (48) 

" Major T. B. Venable, A. 
Q. M., to his credit for 
current expenses at Wel- 
don, (49) 

•' Capt. R. S. Tucker, A. 
Q, M., for current ex- 
penses of his office, (50) 
'' Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. Q. 
M. and P. M,, on his re- 
qui'n- to pay bounty, (51) 
" 20|iTo do. drawn from Trtas'r. 
"2l|jBydo. Col. 8.. J.Person, 
A. Q. M. and P. M., on 
his reqaisit on, (52) 

22||'' Capt. Jno. W. Cameron,^ 



18 



Jun 18 



19 



$ 50000 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,50000 



15,000,00 
5,00000 

5,000:00 



1,000 



10,000 



6,000 



10,000 



15,000 



00 



00 



00 



00 



00 



$50,000:00 



50,000 



00 



1861.] 



Document Xo. 7 



In account loith the State of North-Carolina. 



1860. 

A. Q. M. on his requisi-|j 
tioD, (53)$ 

Jun 24 ''CajDt. Jno. W. Cameron/ 
A. Q. M., on his requisi- 
tion, (54) 
25 "Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. Q.i 
M. and P. M., on his re-I 
qu'n to pay bounty, (55) 
Capt. K. S. Tucker, A. 
Q. M., to pay current ex- 
penses of office, (56) 
W. H. Oliver, acting Q. 
M., Newbern, on his re- 
quisition for current ex- 
penses, (57) 
2V To cash drawn from Treas'y, 
" jBy cash paid Lt. J. B. Boone, 
• Q. M. 1st Eeg't N. C. V. 
for supplier and clothing 
(58) 
" cash paid to Col. Samuel 
J. Person A. Q. M., and 
P. M. for current expenses 
of office, (59) 
=' Major A. M. Lewis, A. Q. 
M. and P. M., on his Re-! 
quis'n to pay bounty, (60) 
July 2 By cash paid S. J. Person,; 
j A. Q. M. and P. M., on 
I his Requis'n, (61) 
" 3|To casli drawn from Treas.' 
" ";By cash paid Lt. Col, S. J.|i 
Person, A. Q. M'. and P.'^ 
M., on his Piequis'n (62) j 
" "h Capt. James Sloan A. Q.;! 
i M. for current expenses, 

•'' "^' Capt. A. Myers, A. Q.|| 
M., to purchase for Art. |j 
and Cavahy, (64)'| 

Capt. M. A. Bledsoe, A.' 



50000 

soo'oo 



10,000 



00 



3,000 00 
10,000 00 

4,000:00 

10,00000 

10,00000 

8,000 00 



25,000 



00 



10,000 



1,000 



10,000 



|50,000!00 



00 



00 



00 



Document No. 7. 



[2nd Ex. Seh. 



Col. L. O'B. Branch, Quariermaster and Paymaster General, 



1.^61. 
July 4 



10 



Q. M., for curr't expenses, 
(65) 

" Col. Stephen Lee, com'd'g 
5 Reg't N. C V. for con. 
and incid'n'l exp'n's, (66) 

" Col. Samuel J. Person A. 
Q. M., and P. M., on his 
Requistion for current ex- 
!j penses, (67) 

6 " Major A. M. Lew^.s, A. 
Q. M., and P. M., on his 
Reqs'n to pay bounty, (68) 

To cash drawn from Trea- 
surer, 

By cash paid Maj. A. M. 
'Lewis, A. Q. M. &P. M., 
on his requisition to pay 
bounty (69,) 

" do. Lt. David Pender, i 
^Q. M., 3rd Reg't N. C.l 
'Vols., on his requisition! 
(70,) 

'' cash pai d W. W. Kirk- 
land, commading 11th 
Reg't N. C. Vols. (71,) 

'' cash paid Col. CliarlesF. 
Fisher, commanding 6th 
Reg't N.C.S.T., per Gov. 
order (72,) 

" cash paid A. M. Lewis, 
A. Q.,M. & P. M., on his 
requisition to pay bounty 
(73,) 

" cash jiaid A. M. Lewis, 
A. Q. M. &P. ll., on his 
requisition to pay bounty 
(74,) 

" cash paid Capt. R. G. 
Rankin, A. Q. M., at Wil- 
mington, on requisition, 
July 6th (75,) 

'' cash paid Maj. T. Brown 



11 



12 



$10,000 



500 



00 



00 



20,000 00 
5,00000 



10,000 



500 



5,000 



18,000 



12,000 



6,000 



00 



25 



00 



00 



00 



00 



00 



$75,000 



00 



1861.] 



Document No. 



100,000 



00 



In account luith the State of North-Carolina. 

'^6171 ' jl ' 

Jul. 12'l Vc-nable, A. Q. M., at!| 
jl Weldon, on his requisi-ij 

tion (76,) $ 10,000 00 

" "By cash paid Capt. A. Myers, |j 

j A. Q. M., on his requisi~l j 'i I 

i tion to buy horses (77,) [ 25,00000^ 
" 13 To cash drawn from Trea-[ ! 

II surer, i i| 75,00000 

'' "jiBv cash paid Lieut, Col. S. 
'j. Person, A. Q. M. & P. 
M. , on his requisition (78,) 10,00000 1 
" 14iBy cash paid Maj. A. M.| 
Lewis, A. Q. M. &P.M., 
on his requisition (79,) 25,00000 

" 15 r' do. Capt. James Sloan, A. 
I Q. M., on his requisition 
I ibr current expenses (80,) 5,00000 
" 17jTo do. drawn from Treasur-, 

" "|By do. paid Capt. John W. : 

' Woodfin, to buv horses ' 

'' for 1st Cavalry (81,) 12,497l00 

" " " do. Kich'd S. Harris, Act-: i jl 

'i ing Q. M., at Fort John-| | 

1 son (82,) ; 180170 

'' <'r' do. John Kirkland, Jr., i i' 

Q. M.. 5th Inf. S. T. (83,)i 200|00'! 

'• 18 " do. Lt. Col. S. J. Person, i Ij 

A. Q. M. &P. M., on his 
requisition (84,) 20,000|Q0 

^' " " do. Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. , [| 

'■'' Q. M. & P. M., on hisre- j 

quisition(85,) 20,000i00 

'' 19 '' do. Wilson W. Whitaker,! ' 

ft)r fitting uj) Camp In-' i 

struction (86,) 1,726174 

" " " do. Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. i I! 

Q. M. & P. M., on his re- i i; 

quisition (87,) 20,000001 

'' 20 1" do. Capt. John W. Cam- | 

eron, A. Q. M., on his re-j 



10 



Document No. 7. 



[2nd Ex. Ses. 



Col. L. O'B. BrancTi, Quartermaster and Paymaster General, 



1861; ); 

! quisition, (current exp.) 
(88,) 
-Iuly22| " do. S. D. Beves, to pur- 
chase horses for 1st Cav. 
!' (89,) 
" 'f do. S.D. Beves, fordo (90,) 
" 24jiTodo. drawn from Treasurer, 
" -'JlBy do. paid Capt. John W. 
I! Woodfin, per Capt. Gr. N. 
II Folk, to buy horses for 1st 
11 Cav. (92,) 
'' 22|'' do. Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. 
Q._M. & P. M., on his re- 
quisition, to pay bounty 

(91,) 
24'" do. Col. J. A.J.Bradford, 
; Commanding Ordinance, 
' on his requisition (93,) 
•^ do. Maj.T. B.Venalrle, A. 
Q. M., Weldon, on his re- 
quisition (94,) 
do. Capt. James Sloan, A. 
Q. M., on his requisition 
(95,) 

do. Lieut. N. N. Fleming, 

ii Q.M.,lstReg'tS. T. (96,) 

" 25;|" do. Capt. A. Myers, A. Q. 

Jl M. &P. M., on his requisi- 

! tion,to purchase horses for 

'i Cav. and Art. (97,) 

" ''-,'' do. Capt. W. J. Houston, 

to buy horses for Cav. (98,) 

Aug.5i" do. S. D. Beves, to buy 

Ii horses for 1st Cav. (99,) 

" 6 To do. drawn from Treasurer, 

'' "||By do. paid Capt. M. A.j 

I Bledsoe_, on his requisition , 

for current expenses (100,) 

i" do. Lt. Col. S. J. Person, 

A. Q. M. &P. M.,forcur- 

j rent expenses (101,) | 

!•' do. Capt. R. G-. Rankin,! 



$500 



5,000 
5,000 



47,503 

25,000 
500 



00 



10,000 00 

10,00000 
50000 

I 

i 
15,000 00 

i 
12,000,00 

[ 

7,00000 

20,00000 
20,00000 



100,000 00 



$100,000 00 



1861.] 



Document No. 7. 



11 



In account with the State of North Carolina. 



1861 
Aus, 



10 



12 



A. Q. M., Wilmington, on 
his requisition, (102,) 

" do. Lt. Col. S. J. Person, 
A. Q. M. & P. M., to his' 
credit in Bank (103,) 

" do. Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. 
Q. M. & P. M., on his re- 
quisition (104,) 

'' do. Capt. A. D. Moore, 
Commanding W.L. Artil- 
lery,topayforhorses(105,) 

" do. Lt. W. H. Oliver, Q. 
M., Newbern, on his re- 
quisition, Aug. 6th (106,) 

"do. Marshall N. C. "^Navy 
Agent, Norfolk, to correct 
error in check May 24th, 
•(107,) 

■' do. Col. Ji. Ransom. Jr.,, 
Commanding 1st Reg'ti; 
Cav., for forage (108,) i 

' do. Capt. Jolm W. Cam-|| 
eron, A. Q. M., on his re-jj 
quisition, for current ex-i 
penses (109,) -■ 

' do. Lt. Col. S. J. Person,! 
A. Q. M. & P. M., to hisi' 
credit in Bank (110,) ' 

' do. Lt. John S. Hines, Q. 
M., Spruill's Legion, to' 
])urcliase forage (HI,) 

' do. S. D. Beves, to pur- 
chase horses for 1st Cav.j 

" 13/1" do. Lt. Col. S J. Person,ji 
A. Q. M. & P. M., to re-' 
place money advanced 
25th ult., by him toS. D. 
Beves to buy horses (113,); 
do. John D. Whitford, tol 
!| pay for mak'g tents ( 1 14,)ll 
ISj.Todo. drawn from Treasurer, 



I 



5,000 

5,000 

10,000 

600 

7,500 



4000 
3, 000^00 

i,ooooo! 

8,00000 
1,00U0U 
2,00000i 



5,000 00 
3,557 '^7 1 



75,00000 



12 Document No. 7. L^nd Ex. Ses. 

Col. L. O'B. Branch, Quartermaster and Paymaster General, 



1861. 
Aug 



Bv do. paid Major A. M. 
15 'Lewis, A. Q. M. &P. M., 

on his requisiton, 13th 

inst. (115,) < 

" do. Capt. J. W. Woodfin,i 

per J. B. Sawyer, to pur-: 

chase horses for 1st Cav.j 

(116,) 
16!" do. €apt. A. Myers, A. Q. 
il M. & P. M., to pay sun- 
dry hills (117,) 
" do. Capt. M. A. Bledsoe,! 

A. Q. M. & P.M., on hisj 

requisition (118,) 
" do. Lt. T. G. Williamson,: 

Q. M., 7th Inf. N. C. S.i 

T. (119,) 
20 " do. Lt. Col. S. J. Person, 

A. Q. M. & P. M., on his 

requisition (120,) 
" do. Capt. S. D. Beves, on 

acc(nint of horses 1st Cav. 
i (121,) 
" 21 " do. Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. 
i Q. M. & P. M., on his re- 

I quisition (122,) 
'•' l" do. Maj. A. M. Lewis, A. 

Q. M. '& P. M., on his re- 
quisition, to pay bounty, 

II (123,) 

" 22||To do. drawn from Treasur- 
|! er, 
By balance jpe?- contra, 



'■' "'iTo balance in Bank to creditj 
of Quartermaster and Pay- 



I 5,000 



master General, 



00 



00 



35,000 
15, 000100 
10,000 00 

200 

15,000 

78 

5,00(: 



18,000 
15,495 



00 



49 



1830,000,00 



30,00000 



$830,000'00 



$15,49549 



1861.] Document No 7. 13 

In account ivith the State of North-Carolina. 

I certify that the above is a correct account of all the mo- 
ney received hy me, and of the disbursements made through 
my office, from the 21st day of May to the 22nd day of August, 

18G1. 

L. O'B. BRANCH, 

Q. M. (£• P. M. General. 



DucuMEiNT No. 8.] [2nd Ex. Ses. 1861. 

Ordered io be Printed. 



John Spelman, Printer to the State. 



STATEMENT BY. THE QUARTERMASTER AND PAY- 
MASTER (lENERAL. 



QUARTEKiMA.STKK AND f AYMASTEK GeNEKAL's OfFICE, \ 

Ualelgk, August 23rd, 186 J. \ 
L. W. Humphrey, S. S. Fro. Ton. 

Sir : — In reply to the resolution of the Senate of 22nd inst., 
requesting me to furnish the Senate with a list of the uames, 
number and rank of the officers of this Department, and a 
statement showing the salary of each, and what amounts 
have been paid to eacli and what is still due, I have the 
honor to inclose a table conveying the re(j[tiired information. 

The table embraces all the officers holding commissions in 
the Department at the present tiuie. 

Major T. B. Venable held a commission, which he resigned 
on l)eing elected Lieut. Col. of the 14th Regiment of Volun- 
teers. He was paid his salary in full to the date of his re- 
signation. His place has not been tilled, and it is not ex- 
pected that it will be. 

Capt. M. A. Bledsoe was appointed to fill a vacancy caused 
by the resignation of Capt. R. S. Tucker. Capt. Tucker was 
l)aid in full to the date of his resignation. 

The salaries of all the officers of this Department are fixed 
by law. 

1 have the honor to be 
« Your obt serv't, 

L. O'B. BRANCH, 
Q. M. (f- P. 31 General 



DocUxMENT No. S. 



1861, 



►STATEMENT 

Of tlte Ncunea, Rank, Salaries per rnyidh, amounts paid and 
amounts still due to Cfficers of the Quartermaster arid Pay- 
masters' Department . 



Namfs. 



L.O'B.Bi-ancli, 
!S. J. Person, 
A. M. Lewis, 
J. W. Cameron, 
E. G, Rankin, 
M. A. Bledsoe, 
James Sloan, 
A. .Myers, 
W. H. Oliver, 
W. A. Walsh, 
J. H. A vent, 



Rank. 



Colonel, 
Lt.Col., 
Major, 
Capt. , 



Lieut. , 




Due. 



^210 00|Notliing 
185 OT)! $314 50 24 days. 
150 00!Nothingi3 months. 
130 001 $290 421 month. 



LSOOOJNothing 

13000; " 
13000; '' 

130 00 $345 33 

90 00jNothing 
90 001$ 180 00 



From date ofconi'n. 



22 days. 

From date of com ' n . 

22 da vs. 



90001 172 66 From 1st July. 



Document 


No 


. 9.] 


[2nd 


Ex. 


Ses. 


1861. 






Ordered to be Printed. 












John Spelman, 


Printer to the State, 









REPORT OF THE SURGEON GENERAL. 



State of North-Carolina, ) 

Executive Department, > 

Raleigh, August 2dth. 1861. ) 

To the Honorable, the General Assembly 

of North-Carolina : 

I communicate herewith a report uiade to me by Dr. Chas. 
E. Johnson, Surgeon General of the State, who was sent by me 
to Virginia for purposes stated in his report. No report has 
been received from Dr.^oward about the establishment of a 
General Hospital for our Sick. It is daily expected, and will 
be laid before you when received. Such an establishment ie, 
in my opinion, highly necessary^ and it ought to be in the 
vicinity of Richmond, in order to be accessible to the sick. 
Other States have established Hospitals for their sick, and I 
respectfully recommend to you that provision be made to es- 
tablish one for North-Carolina. I have taken steps to send 
additional medical aid to our troops, and shall do all that I 
can to alleviate their severe sufferings, 

HENRY T. CLARK. 



2 Document No. 9. [2nd Ex. Ses. 

Surgeon G-eneral's Office, ') 
Raleigh, August 2Sfh, 1861. \ 

To His Excellency, Henry T. Clark, 

Gov. Ex. Offi,., dc. 

Sir: — Under your orders I have visited Richmond and 
Yorktown — the' former place, for the purpose (if getting the 
Secretary of War of the Confederate States to conimission, 
from the date of their appointment by this State, the Sur- 
geons, first Assistant Surgeons and Cha})lains of the Regi- 
ments of North-Carolina soldiers received into the service of 
the Confederate States ; and the latter place, for the purpose 
of looking after the health of our troops in the Peninsula, 
and I beg leave to submit the folhjwing as my report in re- 
gard to each of these subjects. 

The Secretary of War^ Mr. Walker, promptly told me that 
he would willingly comply with your Excellency's wishes in 
regard to the commissions, excepting when the Colonels of 
Regiments, from a thorough knowledge of the qualification 
and fitness for office of the persons to be commissioned, ad- 
vised differently. In all such cases the recommendations of 
the Colonels would be respected. He, therefore, requested 
me 10 furnish him with a list of these officers, their relative 
rank, date of commission from this State, and the Regiments 
they were attached to, which I did. 

At Yorktown I found the health of our troojjs very bad in 
both regiments, the first and fifth, but particularly in the fiftli , 
which, for sanitary purposes, had been jjosted across the river 
from Yorktown. In this regiment, the Surgeon and 1st As- 
sistant Surgeon, being unfit for duty from sickness, were 
absent on sick leave, and Dr. Clifton, who iiad been appoint- 
ed second Assistant by this State, but whose commission had 
been revoked after the 20th inst., was discharging the regu- 
lar duties of surgeon. I directed him to continue such duties 
until otherwise instructed. There were but about two hun- 



1861.] Document No. 9. 3 

(Ired men fit for duty in this regiment. The men hadsuiFer- 
ed very much from measles, diarrhoea, dysentery, some pneu- 
niouia and typhoid fever; but were, just now, sufiering prin- 
cipally from chills and fever, and, in this state of things, had 
not proper or sufficient medical supplies, there being but one 
ounce of quinine in the regiment, which, for four hundred 
sick men would be just one grain 80-400 of a grain for each 
man. On my return to Riclimond^ I made such a represen- 
tation of these facts to the Surgeon General of the Confederate 
States as induces me to believe they will be speedily reme- 
died. 

In the first regiment there is not quite so much sickness, 
but there is but one surgepn, Dr. Baker, the first assistant 
surgeon, to attend to them. Dr. Hines, the surgeon, is on 
sick leave, besides having been almost wholly defached from 
the regiment since it first went to Yorktown for special post 
duty ; while Dr. Hardy, the second assistant surgeon, is sick 
at home, in Asheville. This regiment is not sufi'ering for 
medical supplies like the fifth, yet it also requires an addi- 
tional supply of surgeons. 

While in Richmond 1 learned that there was a great deal 
of sickness in our regiments at Manassas^ and that many ot 
our surgeons were sick and absent from their regiments, and 
that the Uth volunteers was poorly off for medical supplies. 
From this regiment the surgeon and 1st assistant were both 
absent. 

In regard to the establishment of a General Hospital at 
some suitable point in Virginia, for the conyenience and wel- 
fare of our troops, 1 would respectfully suggest that the 
legislature be asked to order the expenditure of such amounts 
for this purpose as may be found absolutely necessary. Upon 
this subject we shall have a report from Dr Will. T. Howard, 
Oi" Warren ton,' in the course ot the next three days, which will 
be immediately handed in. Dr. Howard, you will recollect, 
was, under your directions, ordered by me to proceed to 
Richmond, and thoroughly investigate this matter, and re- 



4 Document No. 9. [1861. 

port accordingly. I saw the Doctor in Richmond and was 
told by him that his report would be ready in two or three 
days. 

There is one other subject I wish to bring to your consid- 
eration, and through you to the attention of the Legislature. 
It is the permanent appointment of a second assistant Sur- 
geon to each of our Regiments, to be paid by the State, as 
the Confederate authorities do not recognize but two, which 
is not sufficient. These appointments ought to be perma- 
nent to the volunteer regiments, and extended for a while to 
the regulars, certainly until it shall be determined that they 
are not needed. 

All which is respectfully submitted by, 

Your ob't serv't, 
•" CHARLES E. JOHNSON, 

Surgeon General N. C . 



Document No. 10.] [2nd Ex. Ses. 1861. 



Ordered to he Printed. 



John Spelman, Printer to the State. 



STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC TREASUREE. 

Treasury Department of N. C, \ 
August 2dth, 1861. \ 

To the Eontirable, W. T. Dortch, 

Speaker of the House of Commons: 

Str : I received on yesterday the following resolution -from 
the House of Commons, to wit: 

^•Resolved, That the Public Treasurer inform this House 
as soon as practicable, what part of the three million loan 
authorized by the convention has been borrowed by him, and 
the source or sources from whence obtained; what is the 
amount now in the Treasury, and how much of such balance 
is of public taxes lately paid in by the Sheriffs ; and also how 
much of the residue of said proposed loan of three millions he 
can obtain, or probly obtain, from the banks of this State or 
otiierwise." 

I bave the honor to state that the amount borrowed under 
said loan is $1,767,839.54. That the amountof cash now on 
hand is $180,873.83 ; and that the amount received from 
Sheriffs of the tax due this fall,, is $113,419.72. How much 
of the residue of said proposed loan will be probably realized 
is ol' course to a great extent a matter of conjecture ; but I 
will give all the light I have upon the subject. I invited the 
Presidents of the several banks of the State to meet in this 
city on the 8th day of May last, in order to ascertain the 
amount they were disposed to advance to the State— most of 
these gentlemen attended and agreed to advance 20 per cent, 
of their capital. They also intimated a willingness to have 



2 Document No. 10. [2ni) Ex. Ses. 

anotlier meeting if the}' should be requested to do so. The 
few banks not represented in this meeting subsequently in- 
formed me through their officiaLs that they woukl make a sim- 
ilar advancement. Some of the banks are yet bound under 
this agreement to loan the State in the aggregate $134,220, 
which tliey will no doubt do, while a portion of them have 
already let me have morethan their quota. The whole bank 
capital of the State is |8, 423,585. I requested another'meet- 
ing of these gentlemen on the 13th instant, but the meeting 
was not a full one and some of the gentlemen did not feel 
empowered to make a further loan without a consultation 
with their stockholders, and they adjourned with the under- 
standing that they would meet again when called upon to do 
so.' The only additional information 1 have upon the subject 
Is that furnished by a resolution of the stockholders of the 
bank of North Carolina, passed at their meeting on the 27th 
instant, in this city, which is as follows : 

" Resolved, That the directors of this bank may, in their dis- 
cretion, lend to the State of North Carolina five per cent, on 
the capital at interest, in addition to the sum already lent and 
agreed to be lent, in such sums, at such times, and upon 
such terms as they may think advisable." 

I do not believe that further loans from the banks or other 
sources can safely be relied upon beyond, say, half a million 
of dollars. 

I confess I had hoped to receive a larger sum. Under these 
circumstances, and with the further fact that from informa- 
tion recently obtained, the claims against the State are found 
to be accumulating to an extent not before anticipated, I 
recommend that the present revenue be increased fifty per 
cent, and the issuing of Treasury Notes, as indicated in my 
communication at the commencement of the session. 
I am, with great respect, 

Your obedient servant, 

D. W. COURTS, 
Public Treasurer. 



1861.] 



Document No. 10. 



STATEMENT 

Showincj the amount hurroiced by the State of North -Carolina 
under Ordinance of Convention. 



Bank of North Carolina, 




$400,000 




'' " Cape Fear, 




315,000 




" '' Clarendeu, 




125,000 




" " Fayetteville, 




125,000 




" " Washington, 




78,342 


54 


'' " Charlotte, 




80,000 




" " Yancey ville, 




50,000 




" " Wilmington, 




200,000 




" " Wadesboro', 




80,000 




"■ " Commerce, 




80,000 




Merchant's Bank of Newbern, 




45,000 




Farmer's Bank of North Carol 


ina, 


50,oeo 




Commercial Bank of Wilming 


ton. 


70,000 




Bank of Lexington, 




32,000 




Greensboro' Mntual Insurance 


Company, 


25,000 




Miners and Planter's Bank, 




12,497 




Amount borrowed, 


$1,767,839 


54 


Amount to credit of State of N 


orth-Carolina, 
account of taxes 


$ 130,873 


83 


Amount paid in by Sheriffs on 






due this Fall, 




$ 113,419 


72 



Document No. 11.] [2nd Ex. Sis. 1861, 

Ordered to be Printed. 
John Spelman, Printer to the State. 



State of North-Carolina, ) 

Executive Department, > 

Raleigh. Septemher 5th, 1861. ) 

Hon. W. T. Dortch, 

Speaker of the House of Comiiwiis: 

Sir: — In reply to your commiiuication, transmitting the 
resolutions of the House of Commons of the 3rd September, I 
have to state that after the most diligent search, no letters 
of Inspector-General Whiting to General Holmes are to he 
found on file here, of the dates alluded to, or any other 
dates, nor of Ellwood Morris in relation thereto. I presume if 
these letters are in existence, they should he sought for from 
one of the gentlemen by whom they were written, or to whom 
they were addressed, and I know no reason why they should 
have been filed here. I have directed the proper officer to 
collect all the other correspondence called for, which, with 
his report, I transmit to you. 

From the want of clerical force, it has been found impossi- 
ble to send copies of all, and therefore many of the originals 
are sent with the request that they may be carefully kept, 
and returned. 

1 have the honor to be, &c., &c., 

HENRY T. CLARK. 



2 Document No. 11. [2nd Ex. Ses. 

Governor : 

I return lierevvi'li the resolutions of the House of Ct^mmons 
of the 3rd September, ti-ansmitted by you to me. I do not re- 
member ever to have seen any letters of Inspector-G-eneral 
Whiting to Brig. Gren. Holmes of the dates of 28th April and 
1st May, 1861, nor of any other date, nor of any letter of Col. 
Ellwood Morris, referred to therein. 

This office was opened on the 11th day of May. No su(jh 
letters are on iile here, nor, as I am informed, in the Adjutant- 
General's office. The only Ipttcr of Gen. Whiting's on file 
is one to the late Gov. Ellis, under date of May 13th, which 
is enclosed to you. Its object was to jDress upon the Governor 
the policy of defending the sounds by flotilla service, and of 
placing in command of Fort Caswell a military officer. On 
the 16th of May his policy was adopted. Five Gun Boats were 
purchased and, under great difficulties, armed and equi})ped, 
and Gen. Winder was appointed to the command of the de- 
fences at the mouth of the Cape Fear. On the 27th day of June 
the Convention directed the sale of the Navy and the trans- 
fer of the coast defences to the Confederate Government. The 
vessels were accordinglytransferred to that government, with 
the exception, that at the verbal request of the Secretary of 
the Navy the "Winslow," Capt. Crossan, and the ''Beau- 
fort,' Capt. Duvall, were retained in our service until the 
20th August. They have since been ti-ansl'erred. 

On the day after the Convention adjourned, acertitied copy 
of the Ordinance was delivered to the President. Copies ol' tlie 
papers respecting the transfer of the Navy I lierevvitli trans- 
mit you. 

The correspondence of Gen. Gwynn is also sent you. Capt. 
Custis Lee was directed to make a report to the President, 
upon the fortifications. A letter was aihlressed to the Presi- 
dent on the 22d July, urging action and enclosing Gen. Gat- 
tins requisitions, a copy of which is sent you. In the me in 
time Com. Barron took command of the sounds, and the Adj. 



1861.] Document No. 11. 3 

General was ordered to Richmond to make a formal tender of 
all the troops on the coast. 

I can find but one letter of Lieut. Crossan on the subject of 
the fortifications, and that is under date of August 6th, which 
I also enclose. There is no correspondence with Lieut. 
Uuvall upon the subject of the fortifications, save some inci- 
dental remarks as to the Oregon Inlet. These are also sent, as 
are all the correspondence of Gen. Holmes, Gen. Gattin's 
instructions, letters from Beverhout Thompson, engineer at 
Hatteras, Col. Starke, commanding there, and Maj. Andrews 
who succeeded him, and letters of Capt. IVhise and Marshall 
Parks, Navy Agent, with respect to the guns sent down to 
the coast. 

The original of these lettei s I send you, since from the want 
of clerical force in the office, it will be impossible to furnish 
copies in time for the Geneial Assembly, 

I have the honor to be, &c., 

WARREN WINSLOW, 

Secretary. 
To Gov. Clakk. 



Do; 


'UMEXT No. 12 


•] 




[2nd Ex. 


Ses. 


18G1. 


— " 


Odercd to be Printed. 








John 


Spelnian, 


Printer to the State. 











CAPTURE OF HATTERAS, &c. 

House of Commons, ) 
September ith, 1861. \ 

To his Excellency, Henry T. Clark : 

Siu:— The House of Commons has passed the following 
n-.soliitiuii : 

^'Iiesolved, That his P^xcellency, the Governor be, and he 
in heieby required, if not incompatible with the public inter- 
est, to lay before the House of Commons, all the information 
lie has received concerning the recent capture of Foift Hat- 
teras, the subsequent movements of the enemy, and their 
probable future intentions; also what measures have been or 
are being taken for the defence of the Coast, and whether, 
and if so, what correspondence he has had with the Confed- 
erate Government on the subject.'' 

Respectfully, 

W. T. DORTCH, S. H. C. 

J. H. Moore, C. H. C. 



2 Document No. 12. [2xd Ex, Ses. 

State of North-Carolina, ^ 

ExEcifTiVE Dkpartml;nt, > 

Raleigu, September ^th, 1861. ) 

Hon. W. T. Dortch, 

Speaker oflhe Hoiise of Commons: 

Sir : — In reply to j^our call for information in my posses- 
sion relative to tlie capture of Fort Hatteras and measures 
taken for the defence of the fort, I submit the accompanying 
reports and extracts from correspondence. 

On Monday, about midday, the expedition sailed 

from Fortress Monroe, and I was immediately telegraphed of 
it by Gen. Huger, Commander of forces about Norfolk, but the 
telegraph did not reach me until Tuesday, at 11 o'clock A. 
M. I immediately telegraphe.l to Wilmington and Nevvbern, 
apprising the difTjrcaf. comm vn Is of it, an 1 alsa t;) Grjn. Hu- 
ger, that he would send any assistance that was needed at 
Oregon or Hatteras. I immediately ordered all the Volun- 
teer forces that were organized in the State down to the ex- 
posed positions on the coast. Col. Campbell's 7th Regiment 
State Troops, and Col. Vance's 26th Ragimeut Volunteer.s, 
Lieut. Col. Singleton's Battalion, and Capt. Brem's Artil- 
lery, and Capt. Moore's Flying Artillery were sent to Wil- 
mington. 

Gen. Huger very promptly sent over forces and took pos- 
fession of Roanoke Island which he is now fortifying — and 
which will effectually command the entrance into Albemarle 
Sound. 

I have sent all the force which is now at my disposal to the 
protection of the coast, but Volunteers are daily olfering, and 
a large force will soon be in readiness for further aid. Gen. 
Gatlin of the Confederalte army is in command of the field, 
and Gen. Anderson has charge of the coast. 

From the accompanying report ot the Military Secretary. 
Tou will see that Fort Hatteras has been but recently built 
-under every disadvantage of its remote, isolated position, and 



1861.] Document No. 12. 3 

a very limited commerce to supply even the most ordinary 
materials necessary for its construction— but the report of 
every officer in command or in connection with it, has pro- 
nounced it capable of defending itself and the inlet. It has 
been garrisoned according to the direction of officers in charge, 
and all the guns have been furnished to it that was deemed 
necessary for it except the long ranged guns which could not 
be procured. At the time of attack it had a supply of men 
and ammunition, and was re-inforced from Ocraccd^e Station 
till it had more men than could be protected in the Fort. It 
was aided in its defence by its own officers, the officers of the 
Regiment, the highest artillery officer of the State, Colonel 
Bradford, and the commanding officer of the Confederate 
States Navy, Commodore Barron, with a full supply of men 
and ammunition and the defence conducted by the highest 
officers in the service, and supplied wtih avery requisition 
that had been made for it except the long range guns which 
could not be procured. I don't see that any censure can at- 
tach to the State authorities for its capture. And as for the 
garrison, it sustained itself for a day and a half under the most 
formidable assault that has ever been made on any fortifica- 
tion in our country, and we have the testimony of the officer 
of the fleet that the garrison fought bravely and gsllantly. 
We are prone when a disaster occurs, to lay the blame on 
those in c'aarge, but common justice requires that all these 
circumstances should be well weighed before either the prepa- 
ration of the fortification or the defence of the garrison should 
be censured. A reference to the great array and strength of 
the armament which assailed it, which if foreseen, could not 
have been provided for, will most readily account for tlie dis- 
aster. We cannot command the guns that can fairly contend 
with those which assailed Hatteras either in strength or num- 
ber. 

After the capture of Hatteras, the Forts at Oregon and Bea- 
con Island, have been evacuated under circumstances which 
rannot be approved. Neither of these forti ucations have been 



4 Document No. 12. [2nd Ex. Ses. 

taken or even approached by the enemy, yet they have been 
abandoned without orders, and the public property in them 
has been destroyed. 

I will conclude this communication by reminding you that 
reverses are to be looked for during war. We cannot always 
hope to be successful — but the part of patriotism and prudence 
is to turn reverses to account, and to rise stronger from mis- 
fortune. 

In the exigencies of our situation, battleing for our dear- 
est rights, our independence and our homes, it is far better 
to cheer our ranks and act together with concert and union 
than to indulge in crimination and censures. 

With the accompanying Documents from Colonel Warren 
Win;low, Military Secretary, 

Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY T. CLARK 



Department of Milit.ary Affaihs, ) 
Raleigh, September 6^/i, 1861. S 

Governor: — Pursuant to your instructions, enclosing a 
copy of the resolutions of the House of Commons of the 4th 
instant, which are herewith returned, 1 have the honor to 
report : 

At four o'clock on Tuesday evening, the 27th ultimo, a 
hostile fleet of U. S. men-of-war, consisting of the Minnesota, 
Flag Ship, Commodore Stringham, and thirteen other vessels 
and numerous barges, with a large land force under General 
Butler, appeared off Hatteras Inlet. The fleet carried more 
than one hundred guns of the largest calibre and longest 
range. 

I had telegraphed you from Richmond, whither I had gone 
on [mblic business, so soon as I was informed of the fact, but 
nnfortimately my message could not have reached you, but 



18G1.] Document No. 12. 5 

an hour or two before the enemy had iriad(3 Hatteras Inlet. 

The enemy, on Wednesday, succeeded in landing, under 
much difficulty, a force of some four hundred men, hut the 
wind blowing from the southwest, with a heavy surf break- 
ing, tliey desisted from any further effort, with the exception 
of getting on shore a twelve-pound rifle gun and a 12-pound 
howitzer. They opened their fire principally on Fort Clark. 
During that day tliat post was abandoned and the garrison 
retreated to Fort Hatteras with the loss of t^rom('n, and was 
taken possession of by the enemy. The weather being threa- 
tening, the enemy made an offing, and the attack was re- 
sumed the next day, Tiiursday, at 8 o'clock. At 11 o'clock, 
our troops hoisted the white flag and capitulated, it being 
conditioned that the officers and men were to be treated as 
prisoners of war. The prisoners, in number about 665, were 
immediately despatched in the Minnesota to New York, while 
the wounded, with the exception of two mortally wounded, 
who have since died, in number eleven, were sent upon the 
Adelaide to Annapolis. Among t e prisoners, I am sorry to 
say, are Col. Martin, of the Vth Regiment, with his field-of- 
ficers, Lt. Col. Jolmson and Maj. Gilliam, Col. Bradford, of 
the Artillery, and Flag Officer Barron, C. S. N., who being 
^at Newbern, in the most gallant manner, volunteered to go 
over on Wednesday afternoon. 

In the meantime Commander Muse brought over four com- 
panies from the £;arrison at Ocracoke. 

Tiie bombardment of the Forts was witnessed by the Con- 
federate Steamers Winslow, Capt. Sinclair, the Ellis, Capt. 
Mu.se aud the Hill, who lay off in the Sound just out of the 
range oi the sliell, ready to give any assistance. It is from 
])crson3 on board tlicse \essels that I gather tlie meagre facts 
tliat I detail, no communication having b'icn received from 
any of our captured tr()ops. Tlie bombardment is represented 
as terrific. There could at no tifrte have been an}' hope of 
maintaining Hatteras against so powerful an arn)amcnt. 

Lt. Murdough, C. S. N., who was severely wounded iu the 



C Document No. 12. [2nd Ex. S33. 

engagement, and was sent off in a boat about ten o'clock on 
Thursday, reached Newborn, in theWinslow, sa'cly, after the 
capitulation. He reports that the enemy's force was too 
heavy for them to contend with, and they were forced to sur- 
render. 

Our whole loss seems to have been ten killed and twenty 
wounded, most of these slightly, and 615 prisohers. As the 
whole number of men in the Fort could not have been less 
than 850, it would seen that some 200 must have escaped. It 
is known tliat a Lieut, and thirty men arrived at Oregon, on 
Frida^^ They re])resented tl?at two com}>anies had gone out 
at niglit to attack the })arty of the enemy, wlio had landed. 
No report lias been received from tliis detachment. The 
Captains who were represented to have gone out are ktiown 
to be among the prisoners. 

Hattei-as was a re-doubt, with sand banks vevetod with 
sand. It m(Uiiited two 8-inch shell-guns, and nine o2-pound- 
ers, exclusive of five o2-])ounders at Fort Clark, according 
to the last report of the Ordnance Officer received here. AVith 
the view of strcngtliening its armament, a 10-incli Paixhan 
was reluctantly drawn from Fort Macon and sent thitlier. It 
unfortunately anived on Sunday evening, and for the want 
of a derrick, which had not readied there, was not mounted. 

On the 1st of August, its magazine contnined fii'teen 7- 
pound caiii'idges, sixty-lour H-pouod cartridges, ten 32- 
pound shells, eighty G-pound shiapnell, forty O-pound canis- 
ter, i'orty-three O-pound shot, 400 friction tubes, 25,000 per- 
cussion caps, 4,8f!0 ball cartridges, 495 })ercussion muskets, 
besides those in the bands of the troops, 5 barrels of cannon 
powder, 74 kegs of F powder, 18 kegs FF, 33 kegs FFF. 
The monthly report for the 1st of September, of course, has 
not been made, and it is known this amount has been much 
increased. There were on the same day, in depot at New- 
bern, 3,66*7 shells without fuses which could not be had, and 
7,320 solid shot, making 10,9'J3. There were also 23,680 
cartridges, 71,000 musket balls, 1,595 pounds of buck-shot, 



18GI.] DocumntNo. 12. 1 

I421vc<:;s, 1 barrel and fifty cartridges of cannon powder, 208 
kegs rifle powder, and 4V9 Boarnian fuses. Requisitions upon 
the very energetic Ordnance Officer at that post, Mr. Whit- 
ford, won hi I'lave been met at any time. 

It is believed, certainly it is so, i. the reports of the officers 
can be relied u,)on, that a hostile vessel could not enter the 
Inlet. Tiiis work was commenced about the 1st of May by 
Col. El wool Morris, of the Engineer Corps, and its execution 
does' him ciedit. It was built under the most disadvantage- 
ous ciicnnistances; situated on a barren sand beach, every 
necessary article, including even water, of whicli hardly a 
drop C'lul I be naturally procu:ed, had to be brought from a 
distance not less than seventy miles. Every effoi't to procure 
guns of large calibre failed. Brig. Gen. Gwynn was com- 
mis.sloned on tlie 25t!i of May. Both he and Commander 
Muse aiul Lt. Duvall immediately proceeded to Norfolk and 
spared neitiier expense nor jtaius to procure them. On the 
6th of June lie advises Gov. El#s that "instead of 8-inch 
guns, we will get 32-}>ounders;" nor could he procure either 
fuses (tr friction matches, rockets and so forth. He writes 
under tlie same date from Norfolk, advising that a laboratory 
be established at Fayetteville for their manu.'acture, "since," 
he says, " there are so many demands on the department 
iiere, jjresented by agents more pressing, more urgent and 
importunate tiian those of North Carolina, that I feel confi- 
dent something of the kind is necessary to enable us to ])ro- 
vide the multifarious articles required for our batteries." 
The cession of the Arsenal by the Convention arrested the 
measures tak(,'n for this object. 

Gen. Gwynn subsequently, on the 20th of June, advised 
,us that heavy calibre guns nor copper fuses could be obtain- 
ed. I am hap[)y to be able to say that Gen. Gwynn used 
every exertion to obtain the necessary supplies ; and I do 
not think that the capture of Jlatteras fairly attaches any 
blame to any person connected with the military establish- 
ment heie, from any want of I'orrsight or proper 2)recaution 



8 Document Is^'o. 12. [2ndEx. Ses- 

in procuring the necessary supplies. It is to be remembered 
that our means were limited and restricted, and every effort 
to obtain powder proved unavailing. From our limited re- 
sources we had supplied Virginia with as many percussion 
caps as we could spare and even answered a requisition from 
the Confederate Government as early as the 21st of June, 
ibr 75,000 hall cartridges, and there is now lying before me 
a request ior 100,000 more, which, but fur tliis unhappy exi- 
gency, might have beea spared. 

In truth, there was every reason, from the advices received 
here, to feel quiet about Hatteras. On the 25th of May 
Ool. Starke, commanding there, writes : "As soon as two 
or three of the guns landed are mounted, the enemy will 
find it impossible to effect an entrance into this Inlet. * * 
I am hapj)y to be able to report that the prospect is very 
cheering that, in a few days of uninterrupted labor we shall 
be able to make this post impregnable." 

On the 29th of May: "t#e work of mounting other guns 
is progressing, and if not interrupted, this Inlet will be in 
a thoroughly defensible position in a few days." 

On the 25th of June: "the Fort at this place has now six 
guns mounted, and I have to-day stationed one company 
within its walls. I i'eel confident that this post is now al- 
most impregnable against any force that will probably at- 
tack it from sea. 

Gn the 9th of July, Major Thompson, of the Engineers, 
reports : '"If the laboring force at Hatteras is continued and 
the necessary armament and materials for tlie execution of 
tlie work promptly 1'urnislied, that Fort would bo placed in 
a complete state of defence in the course of the month of 
July, which would effectually prevent the entrance of a hos- 
tile fleet through tliat Inlet, and thence by light-draft boats 
into Albemarle Sound." 

On the 25th of July he writes : "I now consider this In- 
let secure against any attempt of the enemy to enter it." 

On the 20th of July: "i have no fears of any hostile ves- 
sel or vessels being able to enter this Inlet at tliis time." 



18G1.] DocuMEN? No. 12. 9 

On the 21st of June, Gen. Gwvnn writes": "I have much 
pleasure in informing you that the Coast Defences are pro- 
gressing quite as rapidly as could be expected, considering 
the extent of tlie Coast, and the quantity of ordnance trans- 
ported, "Which has been in a great measure overcome. Just 
now there is a greater need of soldiers than anything else 
besides, while nothing else is so indispensable. 

On the 23d of July, Major Andrews, then in command, 
writes : "the Fort is a strong worlc, well built, with eigh.t 
guns mounted. The masked battery at tlie camp will be 
ready this week if the weather permits. At present we 
have a fair supply of ammunition, both for the Fort and for 
small arms." ■ 

In August, Commander Muse writes : ''The defences at 
Hatteras, well worked, will be sufficient to keep the enemy 
from there." 

On the 29th of June, the Convention having transfer .fed 
the whole Coast Defences, the Navy, and conduct of the war 
generally, to the Confederate Government, a messenger was 
despatched with a certified copy of the ordnance which was 
delivered to tlie President ; and on the 1st of Jul)'^, Captai'.i 
G. W. C. Lee, of the Engineers, was dii-ected to inspect the 
public works here. He arrived on the 4th of July, and pro- 
ceeded to the C!oast. Nothing having been done by the Con- 
federate GovernniHint up to the time of his report, the 24th 
of July. ITis repurt has not been transmitted to us; but, 
i'rom a new.spaper account we ext'-act so m^;c;i of th.o report 
a.s refers to Hatters. He visited that Inlet on the 19th of 
July. The report says : "The redoubt is well constructed 
and nicely finished, and is also conveniently arranged in its 
bomb proofs, magazines and filling rooms, all of wliich are dry 
and well ventilated. Six cisterns, to hold 5,000 gallons 
each, are to bo introduced into the parade of the redoubt." 
Among tlie guns on hand were 8 inch sea coast howitj^ers 
and 14 32-pounder navy guns of 61 cwt., but only eight 
wejc then mounted. There were 125 kegs of cannon and 



10 Document No. 12. [2nd Ex, Ses. 

rifle powder, C02 pounds cannon cartridges, 1,000 friction 
tubes, 8,000 percussion cups for small arms, 97 S-incli shot, 
100 8-incli shell, 754 32-pouudor shot, 10 32-pounder shell, 
48 12-ponnder shot. 

On the 22d of Jul}', a communication was addressed to 
the President, suggesting that we might possibly relieve him 
by carrying on the ibrtifications at Wilmington by advancing 
the necessary funds on the deposit of fifty thousand dollars 
in Confederate bonds. They were received here on the 20th 
oi' August. On the 31st of July, Mr. J. D. Wliitford, 
ordnance officer at Newbern, M'as directed to make a requisi- 
tion on tlie Confederate (xovernment for the proper supplies 
of ordnance stores for tlie coast defences. It was done. On 
the 10th of August, the Secretary of War acknowledged its 
receipt. Since the bombardment of Ilattcras, sufficient sup- 
plies have been sent to Fort Macon, and it has been victualled 
for six months. Notwithstanding the ordinance of the Con- 
vention, it was not thought prudent to stop altogether the 
expeniiitures on the coast, and on the 12th of July, General 
Gwynn was instructed, that " expenditures on the part of 
the State must be confined strictly to the employment of the 
present force of laborers upon the progressing works." While 
in deference to that body no new works were projected. 

On the 20th of July, Commodore Barron assumed com- 
mand of the Naval Forces in tlie Sounds, composed of the 
five gun-biats sold by us to the Confederate Clover nment. 

Brigadier General Gatlin, who under a commission from 
the Confederate States commands the whole coast defences, 
was at the Soathermost part of his command, and General 
Gwynn having been dropped on the 20th August, by force 
of the ordinance of the Convention, there was no General 
Officer, either of the State or Confederate forces, on the 
Albemarle or Pamlico. 

I trust you will not think it intrusion, if I venture to sug- 
gest, that witli a sea-coast of 500 miles, there is need of more 
offi-ccrs of that class. I am aware however you have no au- 
thority to make such appointments. 



1861.] Document Nu. 12. H 

Appended to this report is the official account of the evac- 
uation of Fort Oregon, by Engineer Morris, to which I refer 
you. 

No report from Ocracoke has been received, except a verbal 
one that it was evacuated, its guns spiked and the public 
j)roperty destroyed. It is a very strong position susceptible 
of defence seaward, and the loss of Hatteras makes it now 
vastly important to us that it should be held. 

On Saturday, with your approbation, I dispatched Lieut. 
Orossan, late of the Navy of North Carolina, who had volun- 
teered the service, with a flag of truce to Hatteras, with a 
view of taking off our wounded and effecting an interview 
with our captured officers. Unfortunately they had sailed 
Northward. The reply of the officer in command of the U. 
S. Forces, is herewith transmitted. Lieutenant Orossan and 
Lieutenant Duvall remained in our Naval service, until the 
20th of August, when their steamers were transferred to 
Commodore Barron. I avail myself of this opportunity of 
expressing ray sense of their very energetic conduct under 
perplexing difficulties in the sounds, and it is a source of real 
regret that, from circumstances, we cannot avail ourselves of 
their further services. Early in May, they handsomely ten- 
dered themselves to aid us in any capacity and could they 
have been provided early with proper vessels, might have 
effected much. 

1 liave the honor to be, 

WARREN WINSLOW. 

MUitary Secretary. 



R.\LBiGii, N. C, Sept. hill, 1861. 

Hon. Warren Wikslow, Secretary of 

Military and Naval Department of Korth Carolina. 

Sir : I have the honor to report my arrival Ijcre from my 
post, as constructing Engineer u? Fort Oregon. 



12 Document No. 12. [2nd Ex. Ses. 

We had nearly finished that Fort when tlie cannonading 
began at Hatteras, and hastened onwards with our defenceSj 
having 13 good guns mounted, and one sea battery of five 
long o2-pounders completed at that time. 

We stopped the iugitives from Hatteras who carac our 
way, and put them in our ranks, until we numbered near 
800 men ; we sent our provisions and munitions of war into 
the Fort, made arrangements for water, and every officer and 
•soldier seemed dcteiinined on a I'esolute defence, until Satur- 
day, the 31st of August. On that day came to Oregon some 
naval officers of high rank, acting under orders from Flag 
Officer Forrest, of the C. S. N., commanding at Norfolk. 

These gentlemen, to my surprise, advocated an immediate 
evacuation of Fort Oregon, although it was sul)stantialiy 
finished, and had not been even ihreato^cd hy the enemy ! 

At a council of war that day held, their influence prevail- 
ed, and I could find but three officers (including myself) 
who were willing to defend the post to the last extremity, 
although, I assured them all, as Engineer of the Fort, that 
it could be held i'or a week at least, wit!) the means at ou)- 
command, and thus give time for llio } cAver of the interior 
to come to our relief. 

My protest was unavailing — tl^e evacuation was decided 
on, ami carried out with great loss and damage of public 
property. 

Disclaiming ;ill imputations against any officer p)-esont, 
it seems to be my tluty, as Enginer of tlie post, to state ex- 
plicitly that this evacuation of a strong Fortress, just fin- 
ished, just mounted with its armament, and not even threat- 
ened by the enemy, ueis no justijied hy any military '«e- 
cessity. 

Sinc^ my arrival here, I regret to learn that Fort Ocra- 
coke has also been ahandoned by its garrison ! 

This is tlic more ext'-aorditiary, n;- I'^at post, is ahrtvst im- 
pregnahl: — it cannot be approiiched vvifliin five miles by the 



iSOl.] Document Xo. 12. 13 

heavy sliips of tlie enemy, and can only be attacked by ves- 
sels of liglit draft of water, and of inferior power. 
I am, sir, very respectfully yours, 

E. MORRIS, 
Engineer in Cldcf^ fort Ore<jon, N. C. 



Hatteiias Inlet, Sept. U-^, 18G1. \ 

Sir : I have the honor to acknowledge tlje receipt of your 
two communications, addressed to the commanding officer of 
the Forces, aud Com. Striugham, bearing date August 
31st, 1861. 

In reply I have to state, all the prisoners taken at this 

place were taken North in the U. S. Flag Ship ''Minnesota." 

The wounded, with the exception of two, who w-ere not in 

d condition to be moved, were also sent North in charge of 

experienced Surgeons. 

There are no letters in my hands from Col. Bradford or 
Gapt. Barron. 

Very Respectfully, your obedient servant, 

J. C. ROWAN, 
Commander U. S. A., ojid senior ojioer ojljat. 

To Warren WixNSLOw, Military Secretary. 



Doc. Ko. 1.] Ses. 1862-'63. 

Ordered to &e Printed. 

W. W. Holden, Printer to th(i. State. 



GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. 
T'Ae Honorable^ the General Assemhly : 

Certainly, a Legislature has never been convened in the 
State of North Carolina, to protect greater interests or meet 
great responsibilities. 

Eighteen months ago, when the State entered into the war 
which is now waging, all was life and buoyancy and excite- 
ment. The novelty of our undertaking and the enthusiasm 
of our people in support of our cause, not only rendered the 
course of the Legislature and the Executive easy, but actu- 
ally preceded and marked it out. But the long continuance 
of the contest, the slaughter of our soldiers, the occupation 
of our territory by the enemy, the destruction of our homes, 
and the blockaded condition of our coast, have reduced us to 
straits, and given rise to a class of evils, in the presence of 
which ephemeral patriotism must perish, and the tinsel enthu- 
siasm of novelty, give place to that stern and determined devo- 
tion to our cause, which alone can sustain a revolution. 

It now becomes the duty of you, the General Assembly, to 
set an example to your constituents of firmness, prudence-, 
determination and energy ; to correct the errors of the paQt> 
to provide for the exigencies of the future, and to use- well 
and wisely the power vested in your body by the Constitu- 
tion, for the protection of our rights and liberties. 

The subject of first importance is the prosecntjon of tht: 
war, and the means of defending our State aga^^gt tl).e.iGj.3i.- 



2 Document ISTo. 1. [Session 

sion of the enemy. The Legislature, by several acts in 1861, 
provided, that in case the Confederate Government should 
fail or neglect to provide for the defence of North Carolina, 
the Governor should be authorized to raise a certain number 
of troops for that purpose, and made appropriations of money 
for their support. Impressed with the defenceless condition 
of our Eastern counties when I came into office, I had fully 
determined to avail myself of this authority, and would have 
proceeded at once to do so, but for the intervention of insur- 
mountable difficulties. The principal of these was the con- 
script law passed by the Confederate Congress subsequent to 
the passage of the several acts referred to. By this law, as 
extended in its provisions a short time before the adjournment 
of Congress, all able-bodied men, between the ages of eigh- 
teen and forty-five years, became liable to enrollment as sol- 
diers of the Confederate States. To raise an adequate force 
for State defence from our citizens beyond the age of forty- 
five, and submit to this vast drain besides, I thought entirely 
impracticable. I hoped, too, that by aiding and assisting in 
the execution of the conscription law, I would be efifectually 
providing for State defence. This reasonable hope has, I re- 
gret to say, been disappointed ; and although North Carolina 
has a greater extent of sea-coast than any other State, she 
has had fewer trvoops given her for its defence. 

It is not necessary gentlemen, that I should call your atten- 
tion to the abounding wealth of this threatened section of 
our State — filled with everything necessary for the comfort 
of our army and our people — or to the suftering and ruin of 
its loyal, patriotic inhabitants. You are sufficiently informed 
in regard thereto. It is for you, therefore to say, whether 
you will sufter our defences as heretofore, to remain exclu- 
sively in the hands of the Confederate authorities, or take 
steps to carry out the will of the last Legislature, and raise 
troops enough on State authority to strengthen the weak hand 
.of the General Government on our coast. 

I unhesitatingly recommend the raising of at least ten regi- 
■anents of reserves, to be accepted for three or four months, 
' nd dismissed iu time to pitch their crops in the Spring. 



1862-'63.] Document Ko. 1. 3 

This force, anxilliarj to the Confederate troops, would 
probably be able to prevent an advance of the enemy into 
the interior, and while subsisting on the abundant supplies in 
our Eastern counties could benefit the whole State, by aiding 
in v.'ithdrawing vast quantities of provisions from exposed 
points. 

Inasmuch as it may become necessary for slave labor to be 
employed on State defences, and my authority to force such 
labor may be questioned by some, I would respectfully re- 
commend the propriety of the passing of an act whereby 
such authority may be vested in me, in case such urgent 
necessity shall arise, as will justify it. 

'Next in importance to the defence of the State from the 
enemy, is the defence of our people against extortion and 
starvation. Is^otwithstanding the failure of the crops in the 
Western part of the State, it is believed that there is within 
our borders an abundance of grain for the supply of our peo- 
ple, and a surplus for the use of the army. The lands here- 
tofore devoted to cotton and tobacco have been planted in 
corn very generally, and the crop of this essential product is 
perhaps larger by many hundred thousand bushels than has 
ever been known. "When this is considered, together with 
the immense crop of peas, potatoes, fruits, &c., there would 
seem to be little danger of any actual suffering among our 
people — nor would there be, could it all be properly distri- 
buted and at reasonable prices. But the demon of specula- 
tion and extortion seems to have seized upon nearly all sorts 
and conditions of m.en, and all the necessaries of life are fast 
getting beyond the reach of the poor. 

Flour, which, if properly left to the lav^'s of supply and de- 
mand, could not have risen to more than double peace rates, 
can now be used only by the rich. 

Everything has a tendency upward in the same propor- 
tion; leather, woolen cloth and cotton goods have been made 
the especial means of extortion. As if we were not suffi- 
ciently afflicted with the base and avaricious in our own 
midst, speculators from distant States swarm in the land ot- 



4 Document No. 1. [Session 

fering fabulous prices for everything they can buy. And in 
many instances, taking advantage of the patriotism of our 
poople, they represent tliemselves as agents of the Govern- 
ment, purchasing for the army — thus obtaining what they 
could not otherwise do. The supply of salt will, I hope, be 
sufficient; but this subject, too, needs legislative action. Dr. 
Worth, the salt commissioner appointed by the Convention, 
has been industriously at work ; but he has not produced a 
great quantity, owing to the difficulties which he has men- 
tioned in his reports. His iirst works, at Morehead City, 
were taken by the enemy before he had fairly gotten them 
into operation. His next eifort at Wilmington was success- 
ful in producing about 250 bushels per day, for some time be- 
fore they were interrupted by the yellow fever, which has 
caused their temporary suspension. As the pestilence has 
abated, they will of course be immediately again put into 
operation. The whole amount made there by the State and 
private individuals, probably exceeds 2,500 bushels per day. 
K"early all of this made on private account, is bought by citi- 
zens of other States and carried oif for speculatioB, at prices 
ranging from $12 to $20 per bushel. 

My predecessor. Gov. Clark, also entered into a contract 
through N. W. Woodfin and Geo. W. Mordecai, Esqrs., with 
Stewart, Buchanan & Co., of Saltville, Ya., for the privilege 
of manufacturing 300,000 bushels of salt, and Mr. Woodiin 
was made Superintendent of the Works. With commenda- 
ble energy he has pushed forward his undertaking, and there 
are now, as reported to me by a special agent sent to visit the 
establishment, about 200 kettles in operation, making nearly 
1,200 bushels per day. Owing to his sickness, the Superin. 
tendent has made no official report to me of his operations 
and expenditures. 

I recommend that 3'our Honorable body shall take imme- 
diate steps to prevent the exportation from the State of salt, 
leather, shoes, woolen cloth, cotton cloth, yarn, pork and ba- 
con, flour and potatoes — except tor the army and by regular 
agents of the Government ; and except when purchased by 



1862-'63.] Document No. 1. 5 

ar\y county and corporate authorities of our sister States, un- 
der such regulations as will amount to satisfactory proof that 
such articles are for private use, or charitable distribution to 
the poor of such counties, towns, &c., and not for specula- 
tion — not, however, in violation of any existing contracts made 
by our citizens with citizens of other States. This is all the 
remedy I can suggest for the evils of extortion — history and 
common sense having taught us the danger of trying to force 
trade, which refuses to be governed by any but natural laws. 
All we can do is to aid these well-established laws, as the 
skillful physician assists nature in the checking of disease. 
Violent and forcible measures have long since been con- 
demned by civilized statesmen, and could now only serve to 
dry up the sources of our industry, and lessen the productions 
of the country- The same remarks apply to seizures of pri- 
vate property for public use, which ought never to be re- 
sorted to except in extreme cases, and then only as a tempo- 
rary expedient. 

To provide against the possible suffering of the wives and 
children of our brave and self-denying soldiers, I also respect- 
fully recommend the purchasing and storing, at some safe point 
in the interior, of at least two hundred thousand bushels of 
corn and five hundred thousand pounds of pork, to be sold to 
them at rates sufficient to cover the cost, transportation, &c. 
It can now be bought in the Eastern counties at moderate 
prices, and is in danger of destruction by the enemy, if not 
removed at an early day. Anticipating the necessity of this 
measure, and also thinking it proper in a military point of 
view to have some surplus on hand, I have already ordered 
the building of large cribs on the N. C. R. Road, and made 
other preliminary arrangements for purchasing on a large scale. 

I deem this a matter of the very highest importance. No- 
thing would so cheer and encourage our soldiers in the dis- 
charge of duty, as to know that their State was providing for 
those at home dearer to them than life ; and nothing would 
so dispirit and demoralize them as to know that those dear 
ones were sufferinsr. 



6 Document ISo. 1. [Session 

Indeed, the soldier, shivering through the snows of the 
coming winter and offering his blood day by day for our de- 
fence, has a right to expect that his country will not permit 
Ills wife and little ones to cry in vain for bread ; and while 
there is a morsel in the land it should be divided with them. 
I beg you, therefore, gentlemen, to make such provision as 
you may deem best in reference to the matter, and at as early 
a day as possible, and let the gratifying assurance go forth 
to the camps of our armies, that the wives and children of 
our soldiers shall not suffer so long as their State has money 
or food to give them. 

I beg leave to call your attention to the great and alinost 
insurmountable diflSculties encountered by the Quarter-mast- 
er's Department in providing clothing, shoes, and blankets 
for our troops. During the administration of my predecessor, 
an arrangement was entered into (according to a resolution 
of the General Assembly) with the Quarter-master's Depart- 
ment of the Confederate States, by which North Carolina was 
to receive the commutation clothing money of her troops, and 
clothe and shoe them herself. And on our agreeing to sell 
the Confederate authorities all the surplus supplies that could 
be procured in the State, they agreed to withdraw their agents 
from our markets, and leave the State agents the whole field, 
without competition. This -would have enabled the State to 
clothe and shoe her troops comfortably, and could have fur- 
nished to the Confederate States all that was to be had any- 
how at reasonable rates. But it was immediately violated. 
The country was soon, and is still, swarming with agents of 
tlie Confederate Government, stripping bare our markets and 
putting enormous prices upon our agents. This is especially 
the case iii regard to shoes and leather. The consequence has 
been our troops could get only half supplies from home, and 
nothing at all from the Confederate Government, because of 
our agreement to furnish them ourselves. "When a large por- 
tion of our army this fall by the accidents of battle and other 
causes lost their baggage, it was found impossible at once to 
replace it. Sorely pressed as to the best course to be pursued;^ 



lS62-'63.] DoccMEOT Is^'o. 1. T 

I published an appeal to our people in behalf of their broth- 
ers in the field, and employed the militia officers for the col- 
lection of articles donated or sold ; and though the response 
has been at once gratifying and patriotic, yet it is necessarily 
slow and uncertain ; and I regret to say that the heroes of 
Boonsboro', Sharpsburg and other glorious fields, have sufier- 
ed and are still sutiering greatly for the want of shoes and 
clothing. Every possible effort has been made for their re- 
lief ; but while the agents of the Confederacy are allowed to 
compete with ours, and speculators are allowed to carry our 
leather beyond our borders, it will be impossible to supply 
them. I earnestly recommend an embargo upon this article, 
as before mentioned. 

I am gratified that I am able to state that the prospect of 
obtaining cotton cloths at reasonable rates, is better than it 
has been. The stockholders of the Rocktish manufacturing 
company, one of the largest and most enterprising in the 
State, have agreed to sell all their productions at 75 per cent 
upon cost, the rate allowed b}^ the exemption bill, which will 
reduce the price about one-half; and some seven or eight 
other companies have intimated an intention of following 
their praiseworthy example. We may reasonably hope that 
most of the other mills in the State can be induced to do like- 
wise. The woolen factories seem more incorrigible. Some 
of them when asked to furnish their goods at 75 per cent, de- 
clined entirely, and others agree to do so by fixing enormous 
profits on tiio cost of the raw material and then adding the 
75 per cent, on the finished article, making their profits even 
greater than before. It is greatly to be regretted that these 
most usefal and to-be-cherished institutions should put them- 
selves in a position, which will cause them to be execrated by 
our people on the return of peace. But as the free trade po- 
licy oppressed them in time of peace, so they seem deter- 
mined to have no mercy upon us during the existence of the 
war. I recommend them to your tender mercies gentlemen, 
and would respectfully suggest that you adopt such measures 
as may seem practicable for securing supplies to our own ci- 



8 Document No. 1. [Sessiou 

tizens first ; and to reduce if possible the price of cotton yarn, 
which is so essential to supplying the hand looms of our farm- 
er's wives. 

In relation to ordnance stores, I will mention that nearly a 
year ago, a contract was made by my predecessor, u]uler an 
act of the Legislature appropriating $10,000 for the purpose, 
with Messrs. Waterhouse & Bowes, for the erection of powder 
mills. The money was expended, the mills erected and soon 
afterwards blown up and destroyed. Gov. Clark agreed to 
furnish them the means to start again ; and under a new con- 
tract they have erected other mills and are now nearly ready 
to begin operations on a scale sufficient to make about 4,000 
pounds per w eek. 

This however, involved an expenditure of money beyond 
that appropriated by the act referred to ; $12,000 having 
been advanced the contractors by Gov. Clark, and $8,000 by 
myself. 

Of these sums, the money advanced by Gov. Clark is to be 
refunded in four equal annual instalments, and that by me by 
reserving 10 per cent, of the payments (as they become due) 
on powder to be furnished the State. The Confederate States 
will furnish the mills with about 3,000 pounds of nitre per 
week. 

The department has contracted with manufacturers in the 
State for about 300 new rifles per month, and arrangements 
have been made whereby, after the 1st of January, about 
300 old rifles and muskets out of repair will be rendered fit 
for service. And it is hoped the department will soon be able 
to keep on hand a supply for Ave thousand men. A detailed 
report of the operations of the Adjutant General's departmeiit 
is herewith transmitted. 

The finances of the State will doubtless engage your a^ix- 
ious consideration. 

The Board of Claims, in pursuance of Ordinance Xo. 20, 
Sec. 6, passed in December, 1861, have made a report show- 
ing the debt of the State on the 30th September, 1862, to be 
§20,983,361 01, subject to be diminished by the amount of 



lS62-'63.] Document No. 1. 9 

the sinking fund, at that time about $900,000, and the debt 
due the State from the Confederate government, between 
five and six millions. Still the State debt is very heavy, and 
the interest at least ought to be punctually paid. There are 
three distinct modes of supplying the requisite sum ; one by 
taxation, a second by an additional issue of treasury notes, 
and a third by getting from the Confederate Government the 
sum due the State. Indeed this sum, when received, ought 
to be applied forthwith to the extinguishment of the debt of 
the State, as far as it will go; for it constitutes a part of the 
capital of the State debt, and ought to be applied, when re- 
turned, towards the extinction of that amount of its capital. 
Upon correct principles therefore of financial economy, the 
debt ought not to be allowed to grow any larger, if practica- 
ble to prevent it. And if the payment of the entire amount 
of interest cannot be provided for by taxation, as much at 
least, as possible, ought to be so raised. In regard to the sub- 
ject of taxation, interesting at all times, and rendered doubly 
so at this eventful crisis, I have but few remarks to make. 
There has been such a disturbance in the industrial pursuits 
of the country within a very recent period, that it is difiicult 
for one, who may not at once have been present in all parts 
of the State, to fully realize it. Yon bring with you this 
knowledge, and can better apply it from what you have seen 
than from what I can recommend. I shall therefore venture 
but one suggestion upon the subject, because of what I have 
heard. 

By ordinance No. 22, of June, ISGl, which is now a part 
of the Constitution of the State, it is provided that land and 
slaves shall be taxed according to their value, and the values 
of both taxed alike; and that the tax on slaves may be laid 
on their general average value in the State, or on their value 
in classes in respect to age, sex and other distinctive proper- 
ties, in the discretion of the General Assembly, and the value 
be assessed in such modes as ma}' be prescribed by law. Now 
while lands, even of the same qualities, but situate in differ- 
ent places, from their local and immovable character are 



10 Document No. 1. [Session 

properly assessed at different rates, because of their relative 
proximity to markets and for other substantial causes ; (and 
for such reasons the General Assembly itself, can neither ac- 
curately value real estate, nor can do so by any general State 
commissioners,) yet some steps may betaken towards equaliz- 
ing the tax on slaves, which, under the present mode of as- 
sessment, may be, and I understand is, various in many 
counties of the State, because of the different standard of 
valuation adopted by the owners and assessors. It is very 
desirable that the tax should be uniform, and I suggest as the 
most likely means to accomplish that object, the propriety of 
classifying slaves by their ages, or by sex and age, and affix- 
ing for two years the taxable value of each class. In conse- 
quence of the moveable quality of this species of property, it 
is not subject to the irregularity of assessment which attends 
land ; the value of slave property at any one place in the 
State is, for all practical purposes, the same as in any other ; 
and it is not difficult therefore to make the tax both equal and 
uniform by the classification of slaves in the manner already 
mentioned. 

Under the discretionary powers vested by the Constitution 
in the Legislature to exempt the infirm and distinguish the 
mechanic from the field laborer, it appears to me that the 
legislative assessment, discreetly made, will conduce better 
than the present mode to a uniform taxation throughout the 
State. Each county is interested that the taxable value of 
slaves should be alike in all the counties, and whatever tends 
to equalize the tax on slaves, tends to equalize that on land, 
inasmuch as both species of property must be taxed alike on 
their respective values. A precedent for this mode of tax- 
ing slaves, however imperfect, may be found in the legisla- 
tion of 1782, ch. 8. 

In order to meet the interest on the public debt, and to 
make up the sum due from counties where the tax cannot be 
collected on account of the presence of the enemy, I recom- 
mend an increase of at least twenty-five per cent, on the pre- 
sent amount of taxation. The great abundance of money 



lS62-'63.] Document IS'o. 1. 11 

and consequent higli prices of property would, I tliink, en- 
able the people to pay it cheerfully. I also recommend that 
a tax of twenty-five per cent, be laid upon the nett profits of 
all persons who have, during the present year, speculated in 
the necessaries of life — such as corn, flour, bacon, pork, shoes, 
leather, cotton cloth and yarn and woolen goods, and to be 
continued during the next year or longer, if necessary, the 
proceeds to be applied to the support of wives and children 
or widows of soldiers, whose property, as listed on the tax 
books, shall fall below a certain sum. This law, if properly 
enforced and guarded against false swearing, would be made 
to answer a valuable purpose, and would be eminently just 
in its eflects. 

I am clearly of the opinion that no more Treasury notes 
should be issued, if it be possible to avoid it, as I think it 
would be better to pay interest on our bonds than to further 
swell the volume of paper in circulation. 

The following is a statement of the debt of the State on 
the 30th day of September, 1862 : 

Bonded debt, $li,S12,005 00 

Temporary loans, 2,550,449 00 

Interest unpaid on Coupon Bond debt, 432,005 45 

Interest unpaid on Temporary loans and 

Bonds without Coupons, 52,351 06 

Amount Treasury notes in circulation, 3,136,55r> r^^ 



Total, $20,083,3(31 '1 

Taxes received from permanent sources for 

1861, $734,650 10 
Taxes received from permanent sources for 

1862, ' 715,763 39 
The falling ofi" is attributable to those counties and parts 

of counties in possession of the enemy. The deduction for 
the next year will still be greater, owing to his advance, the 
destruction of property, &c. The report of the Board of 
Claims on the subject of the finances is herewith transmitted. 
In view of the very great labor now imposed upon the 



12 DocoiENT No. 1. [Session 

Treasury Depra-tment and the variet}?- of duties it embraces, 
I recommend the creation of the office of Auditor of Public 
Accounts, to continue so long as may be deemed necessary, 
•whose duty it shall be to investigate and settle all claims 
against the State, &c. When the term of the present Board 
of Claims shall expire, it will still be necessary to have some 
such an office in existence during the continuance of the war, 
and pei'haps for many years after. Should it not be deemed 
advisable to establish the office of Auditor, then I recom- 
mend that the Board of Claims be continued, and authorized 
to hold short sessions quarterly, and their pa}' be arranged in 
proportion to their labor. 

I also recommend that the Literary Board be allowed to 
appoint a Treasurer, to take charge of its own funds, with a 
salary to be fixed by the Board. This duty at present rests 
on the State Treasurer, and the law requires him to keep the 
fund, and evidences of debt, etc., separate and apart from 
any other funds in his hands. The duty could be performed 
by the Board's own officer. When the amount of this fund 
is considered, (the annual disbursements being double that of 
the whole State Government two years ago,) with the further 
fact that twice a reasonable salary of a Treasurer has been 
lost annually for want of some competent and proper officer 
to look after and collect the debts of the Board, I feel as- 
sured that the adoption of the suggestion would be of ma- 
terial advantage to its interests. 

I beg leave to make certain suggestions in regard to the 
militia and to aiding the Confederate authorities in enforcing 
their effi')rts to maintain the efficiency of our armies. 

The ordinary penalties prescribed by our Militia laws for 
the punishment of offences, disobedience of orders, &c., adapt- 
ed to peace times, are found now entirely inadequate. Wish- 
ing to spare our citizens the disagreeable spectacle of Con- 
federate soldiers traversing the country to gather up delin- 
quent conscripts, deserters and absentees from the army with- 
out leave, I decided to employ the Militia for that purpose. 
In general, it has answered admirably, most of the officers 



1S62-'G3.] Document Xo. 1. 13 

having displayed great zeal and efficiency in gathering np 
rapidly all persons subject to military duty, without offending 
the sensibilities of our people. But, in some instances, de- 
serters and other shirking characters, have set the officers at 
defiance, and are enabled to evade arrest by the assistance of 
others who conceal them, feed them, and, in some cases, re- 
sist the officers in the discharge of their dut3% 

As the crime of desertion, so far as I know, is not an of- 
fence against the common law, so the concealing, aiding, and 
assisting a deserter to avoid recapture is not punishable in our 
courts. To aid the military authorities in arresting such 
persons, I recommend that an act be passed for the punish- 
ment of any one who shall aid and assist them, or in any man- 
ner prevent their recapture, and also to punish more severe- 
ly the disobedience of orders by the Militia. 

It also becomes my duty, gentlemen, to bring to j^our at- 
tention several serious matters connected with the adminis- 
tration of Justice in the State. 

There is great danger of lawlessness overrunning the land ; 
and in the great abundance of military rulers and arbitrary 
authority, people are beginning to forget that there is still 
such a thing in existence as civil law, which is the master of 
us all. Though pre-eminently a conservative and law-abid- 
ing people, our society is already beginning to suffer serious 
detriment from the violent and law-defying tendencies of the 
times. Murder, arson, disregard ^f obligations, oppression 
and injustice, are more common in some districts than they 
liave ever been known. Xot long since, as I am informed, a 
Confederate officei refused to permit the execution of a writ 
of habeas corpus within his camp, issued by competent au- 
thority, and drove the officer with denunciations and abuse 
from his presence. It should be our pride, as it is our duty 
and safet}', to show our enemies abroad and our law-breakers 
at home, that the same glorious old common law which our 
forefiithers honored and observed, in the midst of suffering 
and calamity, is still moving on with power and majesty, 
strengthening, protecting and sustaining our people, as it 



14 Document Ko. 1. [Session 

ever will strengthen and sustain those who respect it. The 
General Assembly, at its last session, actuated, no doubt by 
the most patriotic motives, passed an act suspending the reg- 
ular sessions of the Supreme and Superior Courts of Law 
and Equity. This act, considered by many unconstitutional, 
was, in my judgment, to say the least of it, unwise in some of 
its provisions. That some remedy ought to have been pro- 
vided protecting property generally from sacrifice, and par- 
ticularly the property of our brave soldiers who had left their 
liomes and business for our defense, (if indeed an enlightened 
and patriotic public opinion had not already guaranteed that 
protection,) no one will question, and to this extent meets my 
approval. But the Courts themselves should be opened, and 
the fountains of justice unsealed. The criminal law espe- 
cially should be diligently administered, for it has been wise- 
ly said that " the commission of crime is prevented more by 
the certainty than the severity of its punishment." Again, 
persons charged with crime and confined in prison, even if 
unlawfully convicted, cannot have their cases reviewed in a 
court of higher jurisdiction for many months, thus violating 
that sacred provision in our Declaration of Rights, which 
says " that every freeman restrained of his liberty, is entitled 
to a remedy to enquire into the lawfulness thereof, and to 
remove the same if unlawful, and that such remedy ought 
not to be denied or delayed." I therefore recommend that 
the regular sessions of the. Supreme and Superior Courts bo 
restored. 

I am also convinced that whilst the soldier in the field 
should have his property protected from seizure under execu- 
tion, there exists no valid reason why, in the great plenteous- 
ness of money, and the high prices of property, any man 
should desire to be excused from paying his debts. I think it 
probable, that it might also exert a favorable influence on 
prices, if men were compelled to part with their surplus prop- 
erty to satify their creditors. 

In this connection permit me to respectfully recommend 
that our present circuits be re-arranged, adding at least one 



1862-'63.] DoctJiiEKt Ko. 1. 15 

additional circuit and another Judge thereof. The necessity 
for this change will be apparent from the following considera- 
tions : 

Some of the circuits embrace an extended area of territory 
with a large amount of business. The seventh circuit com- 
prises eighteen counties, others more than twelve, and to 
some, two weeks are allotted. According to existing statutes, 
the Judges are allowed an annual salary of nineteen hundred 
and fifty dollars, with the proviso "that in all cases where a 
circuit of the Superior Courts shall exceed twelve weeks, the 
Judges holding said Courts at any regular term shall be en- 
titled to a compensation of ninety dollars for the Court of each 
county exceeding twelve held by them, to be paid by the pub- 
lic treasurer on the first days of January and July in addition 
to their salary aforesaid, and each week in whicli a Court 
shall be held, shall be considered a term." Special terms of 
tlie Superior Courts are also held, and for this service a com- 
pensation of ninety dollars is given to be paid by the county 
in which the Court is held. Upon examination it will be 
found that the amounts thus paid for additional and extra 
Courts exceed the salary of a single Judge. 

The fourth section of the 102d chapter of the Eevised Code 
provides that " every judge shall produce a certificate of the 
Clerk of each county of his having held the Court of the 
county according to law ; and for every such certificate omit- 
ted to be produced, there shall be a deduction from his salary 
of one hundred dollars." Portions of certain circuits are oc- 
cupied by the enemy, and it is impossible for the Judges to 
procure the required certificates. It may be necessary, 
therefore, to modify this provision to have efi'ect only pend- 
ing the war. 

The Hon. Thomas Eufiiu, Jr., residing in the fourth judicial 
circuit, having resigned his place as one of the judges of the 
Superior Courts of law and equity, my immediate precedes- 
sor, with the advice of the Council of State, filled said vacancy 
by granting a temporary commission to the lion. John Kerr, 



IG Document No. 1. [Session 

of Caswell, which will expire at the end of your present ses- 
sion. It is yonr duty to fill this vacancy permanently. 

The office of Attorney General has been also vacated by 
the former incumbent, Hon. W. A. Jenkins entering the army 
and accepting an office under the Confederate States. There 
are also Solicitors to be elected for several of the circuits. 

There are confined in Salisbury by the Confederate authori- 
ties, a number of citizens of iN^orth-Carolina, arrested for al- 
leged political offences. How long they are to remain incar- 
cerated, no one can say but those who apprehended them. 
What their guilt really consists in, I do not know ; but this 
much it becomes both you and me to know, in view of the 
oaths we take upon entering into office, that they were not 
arrested by lawful process, and as citizens of Nortli-Carolina 
the}^ are entitled, under the Constitution, to a speedy trial by 
a jury of their peers, and to be confronted with their accu- 
sers. I have laid their cases before his Excellency the Presi- 
dent of the Confederate States, and when his reply is received 
you will be informed thereof. Should there exist any grave 
State reasons why they are denied a trial, it is due, at least, 
that we should be informed of them. I have not seen an of- 
ficial copy of the act, but learn from the newspapers that 
Congress has conferred upon the President the power to sus- 
pend the writ of habeas corjpxis in all cases of arrests made 
by Confederate authority. If this be once admitted, no man 
is safe from the power of one individual. He could at pleas- 
ure seize any citizen of the State with or without excuse, 
throw him into prison, and permit him to languish there with- 
out relief — a power that I am unwilling to see entrusted to 
any living man. To submit to its exercise would, in my opin- 
ion, be establishing a precedent dangerous and pernicious in 
the extreme. Among a people so united and faithful to their 
cause as ours, where disloyalty is the rare and solitary excep- 
tion to the general rule, I can see but little good, but a vast 
tide of inflowing evil from these inordinate stretches of mili- 
tary' power which are fast disgracing us equally with our 
Northern enemies. A free Eepublic that must needs cast off 



I862-'€3.] Document. No. 1. 17 

its fre^oDS in eveiy time of trouble, will soon cast it off for- 
ever. Freedom cannot b-e embraced to-day and spurned to- 
morrow : a steadfast and constant woi-sliip can alone secure 
her countless blessings. Her chosen instruments — the Con- 
■stitution and the laws— were mad<i the sure covenant of her 
everlasting residence among us, our delight in times of peace 
and prosperity, and our guide and shield in the day of trouble 
and calamity. Inov.% if -ever, is the time when we shov»lg!| 
abide strictly by their stern decrees, and walk uprightly in, 
the narrow patli they have marked out for our footsteps.. We 
should least of all forsake the helm and compass when the 
vessel is dri-ven by the tempest, and clouds ^^4 darkness ob- 
scure the way. 

Deeply impressed as I have been with the importance of 
this subj€fct, I have been anxious at the same time to avoid 
any 'uasiecessary conflict with the Confederate authorities. 
I have, therefore, waited patiently for your assembling, coU' 
.fident that you would take proper steps to maintain the l^vf^ 
and preserve the rights of our people. 

It becomes ray duty, also, to call your attention to the sub- 
ject of officericg our troops in the field — some conflict of 
opinion existing in regard thereto. 

The right of the State authorities to commission the officers 
of the regiments originally raised for the war, is not doubted. 
It is conceded by the Act of Congress of April 16tb, 2862^ 
known as the Conscript Law. Eut the Confederate authori- 
ties claim the right to commission the regiments of twelve 
months' men, continued in service by this law, and also all re- 
giments whatsoever, raised since it went into operation. And 
in both cases they have claimed to commission and appoint 
all regimental staflf oflScers, even when they conceded to the 
Executive of the State the appointment of the officers of the 
line. Again, while appointing and commissioning field offi- 
cers, the Secretary of War has declined to appoint the com 
pany officers. To remedy, if possible, this confusion and to 
avoid conflict, I called in person to see the FVesident, who 
promised to take the opinion of the Attorney G-eaeral outli^ 
3 



18 Document, Ko. 1. 



Jes^otJ 



subject at length. I have not yet had th^ pfeastfre of seeingr 
that opinion, and now lay the matter before yoii, and recom- 
mend you to take such steps as will preserve the rights atid honor' 
of the State. It may well be doubted if the offieenng of the 
whole of our troops does not belong exclusively to State an- 
thority, as by strict reference to the ConstitntioH they may 
be found to be in point ot law, militia. It is mortifying to* 
find entire brigades of North Carolina soldiers in the field 
commanded by strangers ; and, in many cases, our owe brave' 
and war-worn Colonels are made to give place to CoWmels' 
from distant States, who are promoted to the command of 
North Carolina troops over their heads to vacant Brigadiershipjsv 
.^OEoe of these promotions are charged to North Carolina, 
which enables the authorities to say that we have had so 
many appointments, when in fact we have not — the appointees 
Slot being citizens of our State. This is fast breaking down 
the pride and patience of our officers, many of whom are re« 
porting to me their intention to resign, alleging that the road 
to honorable promotion is almost closed to our citizens. This 
is not right, and forms a just cause of complaint both in our 
army and with our people at home. Wo are willing that our 
soldiers should follow any General capable of leading them, 
but we contend that as a matter of sheer justice, our soldiers 
are entitled to receive their fair proportion of the honors won 
by their gallantry and endurance. 

I would also recommend that the existing prohibition against 
the distillation of spirits from all kinds of grain be continued 
during the war. Tliere is no grain to spare for such purposes, 
and all the medical needs of the country and army can be 
abundantly supplied by the liquors made from the fruit crop. 
Should even the supply for the army fai'l, it cannot be doubled 
that it is much better for the soldier to go without spirits than 
that his wife and child should be without bread. 

I also recommend that a law be passed providing for a rigid 
punishment of all persons who may be convicted of specula- 
ting in any of the necessaries of life, iinder the fals« pretence 
^of being government agents. 



1862-'63.] DocuMEiTT No. 1. 19 

In order to keep the highways of the country in better 
condition, they having since the commencement of the war 
been permitted to get in very bad repair, I recommend that 
the Revised Code be so amended that the age to be reached 
to entitle a man to exemption from working on the roads, 
shall be fifty years instead of forty-five, as now. 

The term of the Hon. George Davis, Confederate States 
Senator from N. C, will expire before the next regular ses- 
sion of the General Assembly, and it will be your duty to 
provide for filling the vacancy. 

I take great pleasure in informing you that the educational 
interests of the country have not been overlooked since the 
commencement of my administration. Owing to the great 
drain upon the Treasury during the first year of the war, the 
Literary Board deemed it advisable to make only half the 
usual semi-annual distribution of the common school fund for 
the fall of 1861, and none at all for the spring of 1862. Feel- 
ing that this pressure had passed away, and that the matter 
was one of great importance to our people, the Board, at its 
recent meeting, ordered the usual distribution to be made, 
increased by ten thousand dollars from the sum due for the 
back distribution, and resolved to add that amount each 
Spring and Fall, until the whole shall have been appropriated. 
There has been some disposition manifested to take this fund 
for war purposes. Should there really exist a serious desigrv 
on the part of any one to do this, which I hardly think prob- 
able, I earnestly hope you will promptly defeat it. This 
small sum could add but little to the vast amount required to 
conduct the war, and its abstraction would be an absolute 
robbery of the poor children of the State. On the contrary, 
it should be your duty carefully to preserve and if possible 
increase this fund, make provision for its regular distribution, 
and do everything in your power to educate the rising youth 
of the country. While war is desolating our coast and the 
tide of revolution is flowing all around us, let the young chil- 
dren of the State be still assembled in their log houses and 
and primitive academies, in the mountains and on the plains, 



20 Document No. 1. [Session 

and let their first lesson be to read of our great struggle for 
civil and religious liberty — of the patriotism and sacrifices of 
our people, and the glorious bravery of their fathers and 
brothers upon the blood-stained fields of the South. It is of 
the very highest importance that the war should not carry 
away everything useful and civilized in the land, and cause 
our children to grow up in ignorance and crime. No one 
has been more impressed with the importance of this matter 
than the able and worthy Superintendent of Common Schools, 
who has labored faithfully and diligently in behalf of his lit- 
tle charges, and has suffered no excitement or misfortune to 
turn him from the path of duty. To him, iix. a great measure, 
is due the keeping alive of the interests of the people in the 
well-doing of the schools during these times of trouble. Our 
time-honored old University, though thinned, as have been 
our male schools everywhere by the patriotism of the boys 
who have rushed to fill up our armies, is still in full opera- 
tion, the President and Faculty having bravely resolved to 
hold their position as long as they have a squad to muster. 
The female schools of the State are generally as flourishing 
as in times of peace. 

Both of the Asylums in this city are prospering under their 
present efficient management — a great charity to our people 
and a credit to the State. 

Of our internal improvement system, I deem it unneces- 
sary to make any mention. Since my introduction to ofSce, 
I have received no oflicial reports or information as to the 
condition or wants of any of the pubhc works requiring legis- 
lative action. Should anything of this nature be brought to 
my attention, I shall lay it before you in a special message. 

In addition to the matters herein brought to your attention, 
there are several of an important nature about which it is not 
<ieemed prudent to speak publicly, but which I will take plea- 
sure in explaining, or discussing verbally with 3''ou when de- 
sired. Many others I have doubtless overlooked — for which, 
as well as for the hasty preparation and disconnected form of 
this instrument, I beg that ray recent inauguration into office, 



1862-'63.] Document No. 1. 21 

and the many heavy drafts upon my time, may be considered 
an apology. 

In conclusion, gentlemen, allow me to urge upon you the 
vital importance of bringing forth all the powers and resources 
of the State for the common defence of our country and our 
cause. The two great dangers we have to meet will be found 
connected with our currency and supplies for our army. Men 
enough to protect us and drive back the invader, we can al- 
ways get, if we can properly clothe and feed them. Let us 
do this and preserve our paper from depreciation and all will 
be well. In our intercourse with the authorities of our young 
Confederacy, having demanded firmly the rights which are 
due our State, let us yield them no grudging support, but in 
all things pertaining to the general weal, sustain and strengthen 
them with our whole hearts. And in all our official acts let 
us remember, that it is tke spirit of the people which tyrants 
cannot subdue. On this depends all. So long as they con- 
tinue harmonious, willing, self-sacriticing, the united armies 
of this continent may be hurled against us in vain ; with such 
a country and such a people we might set them at defiance. 
(^nr heroic soldiers, shivering in their rags and plashing with 
their naked feet through the snows, have already, even through 
the chronicles of our foes, excited the wondering admiration 
of the world, and great Generals and brave people beyond 
the distant waters of the sea stand aghast with astonishment 
at the feats of freemen struggling for their rights. Let us 
learn of them, and by zeal and discretion displayed for the 
general good, show to the world that we are worthy to pre- 
side over these gallant and patriotic men. 

Many of the matters to which I have called your attention, 
if done at all, require to be done promptly. This is especially 
the case in regard to the raising of troops for State defence, 
'and to laying an embargo upon the necessaries ot life refer- 
red to. 

Remember, lastly, that you are laboring for the very salva- 
tion of our people. The bitter cup that our captured cities 
and districts have had to drink, shows us, alas! too plainly. 



22 Document No. 1. [Session 

the mercy we are to expect, if our abolition foes should over- 
come us. In the bitterness of their baffled rage they have 
even shown a determination to re-enact the horrors of St. 
Domingo and to let loose the hellish passions of servile insur- 
rection to revel in the desolation of our homes. The people 
of the next generation will bless the memory of those who, 
whether in the field or the council, helped to rescue their 
country from these horrors. Let us labor to deserve their 
praise, and may the blessing of God attend our soldiers "and 
our statesmen, who are struggling to defend a noble people 
and a noble cause. 

Z. B. VANCE. 
Executive Depaktment, November 17ihy 1862. 



1S62-63.] Document No. 1. 23 



DOCUMENTS ACCOMPANYING THE GOYERNOE'S 

MESSAGE. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 

Executive Depart^iknt of North Carolina, ) 

Adjutant General's Office, > 

Raleigh, Nov. 15th, 18G2. ) 

His Excellency Z. B. Vance^ 

Governor of I^orth- Carolina : 

Governor: — In compliance with your directions, I have 
the honor to make the following report in regard to the or- 
ganization of the Militia, the organization and equipment of 
troops by the State for service in the present war, and the 
disbursements by the respective departments under my con- 
trol, for the fiscal year ending 30th September, 1862 : 

militia. 

Since the passage of the Militia Law, September 20th, 
ISGl, the whole Militia of the State has been reorganized. 
This force is now divided into one hundred and twenty-one 
regiments. B}' returns from eighty-three of these, and esti- 
mates of the others based on these, the aggregate Militia 
force of the State is about one hundred and ten thousand. 

This must be nearly thirty thousand short of the true num- 
ber, as by the census of 1860 there were, in round numbers, 
CT\Q hundred and thirty-two thousand white males between 
the ages of eighteen and forty-five, whilst the Mililia includes 
all from eighteen to fifty. Muster rolls have already been 
prepared for another enrollment or muster, as soon as the call 



24: BocmiEHT Ko. 1. [Session 

for tlae conscripts under the last law has been executed. 
With an experience of more than twelve months under this 
law, 1 see no reason for any change in it, except that, in ray 
judgment, no Brigadier Generals are required, unless the Mi- 
litia are in active service, when the Generals should be ap> 
pointed by the Governor, A few additions should be made 
to it. 

f. 

ADJUTANT GEK"EEAl's I>EPASTMENT. (l?. C. TROOPS.) 

Sixty-five yeginfjents have been organized in the State for 
service in ths existing war with the Umted States. Of these 
lifty-six are infantry^ six cavalry^ three artille'ry. There are 
also twenty unattached companies of infantry, thirteen of 
cavalry, and fifteen of artillery. 

All of these are now in the service of the Confederate 
States, except three companies of artillery, raised and retained 
in the State service by ordinance of the Convention^ for the 
defence of Wilmington. 

Since the passage of the Conscript Law, many companies 
have gone directly into the Confederate service, v/hieh ac- 
counts for so many being unorganised into regiments. 

Many companies and regiments have failed to make re- 
ports to this office ; but from the last reports received, muster 
rolls on fi.le, and in the absence of both, by estimate, the ag- 
gregate number in service on the 30th of September, was 
about sixty-seven thousand. 

The total number of conscripts sent to the army up to this 
date is seven thousand one hundred and thirty-nine. Those 
sent prior to the 30th September are included in the above 
estimate. 

QUAKTEE SI aster's DEPARTMESTT. 

This Department has furnished clothing, camp and garri- 
6on equipage, pay, bounty and transportation for the troops, 
and paid other miscellaneous accounts. 



1862-63.] Document No. 1. 25 

The disbursements for the year are as follows : 

Clothing, $1,233,042 69 

Camp and Garrison Equipage, 269,404 61 

Mules, Wagons and Harness, 20,600 91 

Forage, 15,630 57 

Horses for two Regiments of Cavalry, 142,459 22 

Wood, 3,114 19 
Miscellaneous, consisting of Transportation, 

Buildings, Hospital Expenses, tfcc., &c., 213,304 98 

Pay of Troops, 1,032,427 07 

Bounty, 1,572,745 00 



Total, 14,502,729 24 

By the Militia Law the Governor is required to furnish the 
troops with suitable clothing, and make arrangements with 
the Government of the Confederate States to receive the 
commutation money for the clothing furnished. This law 
was ratified 20th September, 1861. Immediate steps were 
taken to comply with the law, and although there was no 
clothing on hand at its passage, before cold weather most of 
the troops were supplied with clothing and blankets, at least 
so far as to pi-event any suffering. 

An establishment for the manufacture of clothing was put 
in operation in this city, immediately after the passage of 
the law, under Captain Garrett, Assistant Quarter Master. I 
enclose herewith a statement, marked " A," of the clothing 
and camp and garrison equipage manufactured at that estab- 
lishment and turned over in the fiscal year ending Septem- 
ber 30th. 

Independent of the articles manufactured here, many pur- 
chases had to be made elsewhere to supply the troops. I en- 
close herewith a statement, marked "B," of the clothing and 
camp and garrison equipage issued by Major W. W. Pierce, 
Quarter Master, for tlie year ending September 30th. 

The cost of every article of clothing has increased at such 
rapid rates within the last few months, that they are now 
more than double the price they were twelve months ago. 



26 Document No 1. [Session 

Some articles are very difficult to be obtained at any price, 
especially blankets and shoes. 

The former cannot be had, nor is there any material out of 
which they can be made, as all the carpeting in the market 
was purchased last year. Arrangements have been made to 
supply cotton comforts in lieu of them ; and although not so 
good as blankets for camp service, it is hoped they will an- 
swer at least to prevent suffering. 

In regard to shoes, there are materials enough in the State 
to supply all that are required for our own troops and citi- 
zens, at reasonable prices, provided the agents of the Con- 
federate States do not come in competition with us, and specu- 
lators can be prevented from taking them out of the State. 

On account of the increased cost of clothing, the commu- 
tation allowed by law would not more than pay half the ex- 
penses of the State for clothing her troops; but by an agree- 
ment I made with the Quarter Master General of the Con- 
federate States, he pays the State the actual cost of the cloth- 
ing furnished. This arrangement ia much more simple and 
a great deal better for the State. 

The Confederate States have already paid for clothing nine 
hundred and three thousand ninety-six dollars and ninety-live 
C€nts (.$903,096 95,) which has been returned to the State 
Treasur3\ A large amount is still due. 

The mules, wagons and harness have been sold to the Con- 
federate States, and twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) been 
received on account. A balance on this account is still due. 

The Confederate States have agreed to pay the State a p^ 
diem of forty cents for the use of each horse furnished to the 
two regiments of cavalry and the sum of one hundred and 
lifty-four thousand, five hundred and thirty-nine dollars and 
eighty cents ($154,539 80,) has already been paid by them 
and returned to the State Treasury. 

The sum of eight thousand and six dollars ($8,006,) has 
also been allowed on account of horses killed in action. 

The State will have to keep these two regiments supplied 
with horses. 



1862-'63.] DocrMENT No. 1. 27 

The Confederate States have also agreed to pay for the 
horses furnished by the State to the Light Batteries of Artil- 
lery, but as yet the whole amount is not paid. There has 
been received on this account thirty-seven thousand one hun- 
dred dollars and forty cents ($37,100 40.) 

The heaviest items of expense are the pay and bounty. 
Many of the regiments had to be paid up to the time they 
were transferred to the Confederate States, as the Secretary 
of "War declined to pay them until mustered into the Confed- 
erate service. 

The bounty, under the ordinances of the Convention, will 
amount to nearly three-and-a-half millions of dollars of which 
about one-half has already been paid. 

SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT. 

This department has furnished provisions to the troops 
while in camps of instruction and paid some necessary ex- 
penses of troops whilst coming into camp. 

The disbursements for the fiscal year are $586,767 48 

Sales by the department princi- 
pally to the Confederate States, $157,412 73 

Yalue of stores on hand at cost 
price, 24,395 93 181,808 66 



Actual expense of the department, $404,956 82 

OEDNANCE DEPARTMENT. 

This department has furnished arras and accoutrements to 
the troops as raised. 

I enclose herewith a statement marked " C," of the issues 
from the 3d quarter 1861, to the 30th September, 1862. I 
have been unable to find the record of the arms issued prior 
to that date. 

Every effort has been made to get officers to make quar- 



2S Document 'No. 1. [Session 

terlj returns, but owing to the casualties of war and the 
negligence of officers many have not been made. 

I liave been informed that about ten or twelve thousand 
stands of arms were furnished by this State to Yirginia, about 
the commencement of the war, but I have seen no receipt or 
record of the transaction. 

The disbursements of this department are as follows : 
Purchase of Arms, $196,528 26 

Purchase of Ammunition, 50,806 88 

Pepair of Arms, 31,696 18 

Accoutrements, 162,423 03 

Saddles and Harness, 32,218 21 

Miscellaneous, 35,980 77 



Total, $512,713 33 

I enclose herewith a statement, marked *' D," of the arms 
and accoutrements on hand at the end of the year. 

It is intended to collect and keep on hand arms, ammuni- 
tion and accoutrements for five thousand men for any emer- 
gency. 

Arrangements have been made with manufacturers in the 
State, to furnish about three hundred rifles monthly, and after 
1st January, this number will be increased by about three hun- 
dred per month, for several mouths, of arms altered and re- 
paired. 

The State through Governor Clark advanced Messrs. Wa- 
terhouse & Bowes ten thousand dollars, towards erecting the 
Paleigh Powder Mills. 

After the mill was put in operation, it was destroj^ed by 
explosion. 

At the solicitation of Governor Clark they purchased the 
Paper Mills for the purpose of building another powder mill 
and twelve thousand dollars was advanced them. 

Both of these sums are to be refunded in four equal instal- 
ments per annum. 

This sum together with the private funds of Messrs. Water- 
house & Bowes being inadequate to complete the mill, you 



1S62-'C3.] Document No. 1. 29 

advanced tliem eight thousand dollars, which is to be refund- 
ed by reserving ten per cent, of the payments, asthej become 
due, on powder to be furnished the State. The other twenty- 
two thousand dollars is secured by mortgages on the premises. 
The mill will be nearly enough completed by the 1st of De- 
cember to commence operations, and will yield weekly about 
four thousand pounds of powder. The Confederate States will 
fur nish the mills with three thousand pounds of nitre per week. 
I am, Governor, very respectfully, 
Your ob't servant, 

J. G. MAKTIX, 
Adjutant General. 



STATEMENT OF CLOTHING MANUF.KCTURED 
Ziti of Quarter Jf aster Stores, Camp and Garrison Equipage 



AND TURNED OVER BT CAPT. GARRETT, ASSISTANT QUARTER MASTER. 
to OJicers prior to and ending on the ZOth day of September, 1662, at RaUigh, Jf. C.,by C. W. GAKBBnr, j1. Q.Jf.,2f. C.Army: 



4lh qnaitor to Slst Dec, 18GI, 
l9t quarter to 3l8t, March, 1862, 
2(1 qiiRiter to 30th June, 1802, 
3d quarter to 30th Sept., 1862, 

Total, 



4,256 
19,504 
25,585 



49,345 



10,620 
19,753 
19,095 
18,896 



68,364 



120 

7,7o: 
42,340 

58,878 

109,0 41 



3,142 

6,803 
20,243 
31,087 



61,276 



8,318 
5,783 
10,190 



8,164 
2,787 
1,001 



8,204 
8,527 



4,168 
4,168 



11,500 



11,500 



2,604 

2,05 

1,316 

2 



5,970 



1,200 
4,740 



I 5,954 



1,242 
301 



1,192 



109 

2,411 

281 



C. W. GARRETT, A. Q. M. 



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in- •'■..'IP 



STATEMENT OF THE CLOTHING, CAMP AND GARRISON EQLUPAGE ISSUED IN THE FISCAL TEAR ENDING SEPT. 30™, 1(62. 
Ahttract of Quarter Motto's Stora, Clolhing, Camp and Garrison Eiuipage, issued at Jiakigh, in the year ending September 30(A, 1863, Sy Capt. W. W. Pkuce, A. Q. M. 



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9,676 


30,264! 3,156! 6,703 


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1.227 


161 


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1,739 


938 


933 


4.821 


531 


387 


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STATEMENT OF THE AEMS, &c., ISSUED BY TUE ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30tu, 18H2. 
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4.330, 1,213 


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403 


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5,216 


5,766 


4,844 


3,972 


182,850 


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1,725 


229,550 


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977 


778 


589 


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457 


956 


8,477; 4,265 
7,S3q 7,683 
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6,130 


6,130 


6,015 


4,460 


266,114 


12,959 


33,54r 


261,700 


11,713 


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131 


229 


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178 


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7,671 


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2,241 


2,057 


43,89822,773! 39,999 


41,131 


33,899 


24,096 


1,390,934 


34,244 


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64,959 


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1,136 


1,327 


1,193 


834 


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120 


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18 


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2,253 


81 


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P^eigh, October Ist, 1862. 



Tlie above report is respeotfuKy aubmittecj. 



THOS. p. HOGG,. Capt and US in cfimyr of Ord: 



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APPENDIX 
TO ADJUTANT GE^"ERAL MAETIX'S EEPORT. 



Fldd Officers of l^'&rth-Carol'ma Regiments : 




1 Jno. A. McDowell, 
2] Wm. P. Bvnum, 
3j Wil.L. DeRossett. 
4, Br van Grimes, 
5 1 D."K. McRae, 
6 1 Isaac E. A very, 
■7| Ed. G. Haywood, 
Si Ilenrv M. Shaw, 
9 L. S. Baker, 
10, J. A. J. Bradford, 
11; C. Leventhorpe, 
12 i Benj). 0. Wade, 



13 

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17 
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Alfred M. Scales, ! 
R. Tyler Bennett, i 
Henry A. Dowd, i 
John S. McElroy, ■ 
Wm. F. Martin," ! 
Thos. J. Purdie, 
19 j Solomon AVilliams, 
20| 

:21j Robert F. ELoke, 
22 j James Conner, 
23 Daniel H. Christie, 
241 Wm. J. Clarke, 
25: H. M. Rutledge, 
26: H. K Burgwyn, 
27 1 John R. Cooko, 
28; Samuel D. Low.©, 
29; Robert B. Vanes, 
30: Francis M. Parke-r, 
31] John V. Jordan, 
3 



H. A, Brown, 
William R. Cox, 
Edward Savage, 
David M. Carter, 
Peter J. Sinclair, 
Robert F. Webb, 
Junius L. Hill, 
Geo. Williamson, 
James B. Gordon, 
Stephen D. Pool, 
Wm, J, Martin, 
Thomas D. Jones, 
Thomas Ruffin, jr., 
Wm. A. Johnstoi), 
William MacRae, 
Wm. A. Stovre,. 
John C. Lanib, 
Forney George, 
Wm. G^- Robinson, 

Br.gley Y. Graves, 
i>^l>ert H. Gray, 
R. D. Johnston, 
o<?)hn L. Harris, 
Sani. C. Bryson, 



James S. Hines, 



S. D. Thrnstou, 
James H. Wood; 
Wm. J. Hill, 
S. McD. Tate, 
Robt. S. ?oung% 
James W. Hinton, 
Jno. H. Whitaker, 
W, B, Thompson, 
Egbert A. Ross, 
Da'tdd P. Rowe, 
J. T. Hambrick, 

W.H.Yarborough, 
Herbert D. Lee, 
Thos. H. Sharpe, 
Henry Savage, 
C. M. Andrews, 



0. C. Cole, 
C. C. Blacknall, 
Thaddens D. Love, 
John W. Francis, 



R.- W. Singletary, > Jno. A. Gilmer, jr., 
W.J.Montgomery, W. D. Barringer, 
James M: Lowrie,! Thos, F. Gardner, 
James T. Kell, j Wm. W. Sillers, ' 
Edward R. Liles,. | Jesse J. Yeates, 



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AFFE^mX— {Continued.) 



[Session 



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COLONELS. 



Ed. C. Erabble, 
Clark M. Averj, 
W. L. J. Lowrance, 
Matt. W. Ransom, 
(Artillery,) 
Wm. M. Barber, 
Wm. J. Hoke, 
David Coleman, 
(Artillery,) 
.(Cavalry,) 
George C. Gibbs, 
Thomas S. Kenan, 
T. C. Singeltary, 
J. H. Morehead, 
Ed. D. Hall, 
Sion H. Rogers, 
Robert C. Hill, 
Lee M. McAfee, 
Marshal D. Craton, 
Wm. A. Allen, 
J. K. Marshall, 
Wra. A. Owens, 
J. C. S. McDowell, 
J. K. Connally, 
Paul F. Faison, 
Ai'ch. C. Godwin, 
d,chn I>. Palmer, 
D. D. l^errebee, 
Jos. A. Mcl^owell, 
Jas. D. Radcliffe, 
Robt. G. A. Love, 
Peter G. Evans, 
L. M. Allen, 
George H. fo]^, 



LIEUT. COLONELS. 



W. T. Williams, 

J. L. McDowell, 
John G. Jones, 

C. N. Hickerson, 
K F. Armfield, 
H. H. Davidson, 



John E. Brown, 
Wm. G. Lewis, 
T. L. Hargrove, 
Andrew J. Boyd, 
Wm. A. Jenkins, 
Geo. H. Faribault, 
S. H. Waliaip, 
J. A. Fleming, 
J. A. Washington, 
H. McKethan, 
Marcus A. Parks. 
J. T. Morehead, ' 
K. M. Mnrchison, 
A. S. Calloway, 
G. Gratiott Luke, 
Ham. C. Jones, jr., 
Wixi. W. Proffitt, 
Edward Cant well, 
Wm. 11. Deaver, 
Wm. S. Devane, 

S. B. Evans, _ 
Jam,e8 A. Keith, 



MAJORS. 



D. G. Coward, 
Robert V. Cowan^ 
James B. McGeC; 
John M. Eellyj 



L. D. Andrews, 
F. A. Reynoldsj 



D. A. Underwood, 
W. J. Boggan, 
C. M. Stedman, 

W. L. Saunders, 
Joiin A. Graves, 
Albert A. Hill, 

Geo. Wortham, 

J. Q. Richardson, 
James J. Iredell, 
Anderson Ellis, 

H. F. Schenck, 
James A. Craige, 
John C. Keener, 
James M. Mayo, 
W. W. McDowell, 
Henrv Hardin 2:. 



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S6 Document No. 1. [Session 

REPORT OF BOARD OF CLAIMS, 

On the Finances of the State^ to 30^/i September ^ 1862. 

Raleigh, October 28, 1862. 

To His Excellency Zeeulon B. Yance, 

Governor of North Carolina : 

In obedience to section 5, Ordinance ISTo. 20, of the Con- 
vention assembled in N'ovember, 1861, the Board of Claims 
respectfully beg leave to submit to your Excellency the fol- 
lowing report on the financial condition of the State. It was 
delayed beyond the first half year for the reason that the re- 
quisite information was not obtained in time, and afterwards 
it was deemed of more importance to close the report at the 
end of the fiscal year. It is based mainly on information de- 
rived from the treasury department on special calls made for 
that purpose, and is brought forward to October 1 of the pre- 
sent year. 

Without counting small arrears of interest on bank debts, 
and on bonds the interest of which is payable at other times 
than January 1, and July 1, the entire debt of the State on the 
first of October, 1862, was twenty millions nine hundred and 
eighty-three thousand three hundred and sixty-one dollars 
and one cent (-$20,983,361 01.) 

This debt is made up as follows : 

1. State bonds and certificates entitling the 
holder to bonds, fourteen millions eight hun- 
dred and twelve thousand and five dollars (see 

exhibit A herewith sent,) $14,812,005 GO 

2. Amount due the banks of the State in- 
cluding $50,081 to the Greensboro' Mutual 
Insurance Company and the Literary Fund 

(see exhibit B herewith sent,) 2,550,449 00 



1862-'63.] Document No. 1. 37 

3. Treasury notes of all kinds issued and 

put in circulation, 3jl36,5oO 60 

4. Interest due and unpaid on State coupon 

bonds, 432,005 45 

5. Interest due and unpaid on State bonds 

without coupons, 52,351 06 



$20,983,361 01 

The bond debt ($14,812,005 00,) is more particularly ana- 
lyzed as follows : 

1. Bonds issued for Internal Improvement 
purposes at various times from and inclusive 
of the year 1849 to and inclusive of the year 
1861, and for the Lunatic Asylum and for 

other purposes, $10,197,505 00 

2. Eight per cent, certificated stock, 3,096,500 00 

3. Eight per cent, bonds to -pay Confederate 

tax of 186], 1,364,500 00 

4. Six per ct. certificated convertible stock, 153,500 00 



$14,812,005 00 

The authority under which each of the foregoing classes of 
debt was incurred will appear in detail by exhibit A. 

As to the amount ($2,550,449 00,) exhibit B shows the sum 
borrowed in each case and the capital of each bank lending 
the money. The amount of treasury notes issued ($3,136,- 
550 50,) the authority for such issue, the time and denomina- 
tion of each issue, what part bears interest and the rate of in- 
terest, as well as the time for redemption, appear in detail by 
exhibit C. 

The amount of interest paid on the existing debt is shown 
by exhibit D. 

The amount of the sinking fund is about nine hundred thou- 



38 Document No. 1. [SossioE 

sand dollars, and as it consists of investments in State bonds^ 
the real indebtedness of the State is less by that amount. 

The amonnt due the State by the Confederate Government 
has not yet been accurately ascertained. The sum is supposed 
by a rough estimate to be about six millions of dollars. The 
Board of Claims, in obedience to an Ordinance of the Con- 
vention, are engaged in preparing the claim with the proper 
vouchers. A small portion of the expenditures of the State 
has been repaid by the Confederate Government. The 
main part is unpaid, and the Board respectfully suggest that 
steps be taken at an early day to the end that this large out- 
lay may be re-imbursed to the State. 

The Board herewith report an exhibit showing the monthly 
disbursements of the treasury from and inclusive of the month 
of April, 1861, to and inclusive of the month of September, 
1862, classified under the heads, military and civil. By this 
exhibit the apparent are distinguished from the actual civil 
expenditures. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

B. F. MOOEE, 
Chairman Board of Claims. 



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Document No. 1. 



43 



#' 



EXHIBIT B 



Showing the amount due hj the State to the several Banks of 
the State on the dOth Se2)temler, 1862. Also, Tein])orary 
loan frovi Literary Board : 



BANKS. 


CAPITAL. 


LOANS. 


Bank of North Caroh'na, 


$2,500,000 


$ 600,000 


" " Lexington and Branch at Gra- 






ham, 


199,799 


50,000 


Bank of Clarendon, 


400,000 


205,000 


" " Fayetteville, 


380.000 


174,000 


•' " Cape Fear, 


1,591,900 


455,000 


Merchants Bank of Newbern, 


225,000 


85,000 


Bank of Washington, 


325,000 


175,000 


Bank of Charlotte, 


300,000 


80,000 


Farmers' Bank of North Carolina, 


267,400 


75,000 


Bank of Yanceyville, 


200,000 


50,000 


Commercial Bajik of Wilmington, 


350,000 


•100,000 


Bank of Wilmington, 


758,500 


250,000 


Bank of Wadesboro', 


325,000 


108,871 


Bank of Commerce at Newbern, 


400,000 


80,000 


Greensboro' Mutual Insurance Co., 




35,000 


Miners' and Planters' Bank, 


77,420 


12,497 


Loan from Literary Board, 




15,nv.l 



Total Temporary Loans, j i $2,550,410 

D. W. COURTS, 

Piiblic Treasurer. 



44 



Document 'No. 1. 



[Session 
EXHIBIT 



Showing the amount of Treasury Notes authorized to he 

and Ordinances of 







DATE, NUMBER, &C., OF 




WHEN 


AMOUNT 


BY WHAT AUTHORITY. 
















AUTHORITY. 


REDEEMABLE. 


AUTHORIZED. 


Un^er Ord. Convention, 


Dec 1861, No. 16, s. 1, 


Jan' 


7-. 




3.000,000) 


ti 


.( (( 


Feb. 1862, No. 85, s. 4, 








1,500,000 f- 


(i 


(( (( 


May 1862, 


Jan. 


1, 
u 

a 


1865, 
(I 


2,000,000) 


Under Act. 


Sept. 1861. c. 15, s. 1, 








850,000) 
400,000 f 




Ord. Convention, 


Feb. 1862, No. 35, s. S, 


Jan, 


1, 


1866, 




Act, 


Sept. 1861, c. 15, 








355,000 [ 
400,000 s 




Ord. Convention, 


Feb. 1862, No. 35, s. 8, 


Jan. 


3, 


1866, 




Act, 


Sept. 1861, c. 15, s. 1, 








50,000 j 
100,000 V 
100,000) 




Ord. Convention, 


Feb. 1862, No. 35, s. 8, 










ti ti 


June 1861, No. 34, 


Jan. 


1, 


1866, 




Act, 


Sept. 1881, c. 15, s. 1, 








25,000) 




Ord. Convention, 


June 1861, No. 34, 








60,000 V 




ti (( 


Feb. 1862, No. .35, s. 8, 


Jan. 


1, 


1866, 


50,000) 




it u 


Feb. 1862, No. 35, s. 8, 


i( 


• 


(1 


25,000 




Act, 


Sept. 1861, c. 15, s. 1, 








10,000^ 
40,000 [ 




Ord. Convention, 


June 1861, No. 34, 










i( t( 


Feb. 1862, No. 35, s. 8, 








25,000 ( 




(( (( 


May 1862, 


Jan. 


1, 


1866, 


10,000 J 




Act, 


Sept. 1861, c. 15, S.1, 








10,000/ 
10,000 J 




Ord. Convention, 


May 1862, Jan. 


1, 


1866, 












$8,520,000 



To amount of Treasury notes issued. 

By int. bearing notes withdrawn from circulation, 



Balance of circulation, viz: 

Notes bearing int., 233,820 

Notes bearing no int., 2,902,730 50 



Amt. to be issued in fundable notes 

and certificates, $1,440,020 

Amt. to be issued in small notes, 584,169 50 



$3,245,810' 50 
109,260 00 

13,136,550 50 
$3,136,560 50 



$2,024,189 50 



1862-'63.] 



DoCUilEIs^ Xo. 1. 



45 



C 



issued under iJie several Acts of the General Assenibly 
the Convention. 



AMOUNT IS- 


DENOMINA- 


WITH 


M-ITHOUT IN- 


BALANCE TO EE 


SCED. 


TION. 


INTEREST. 


TEREST. 


ISSUED. 


SI 6,000 
132,600 

885,700 
245,680 
230,000 


$100 
50 

20 

10 

5 


267,300 
60,100 

15,680 


48,700 

72,500 
885,700 
230,000 
230,000 


4,090,020 


614,508 


2 




614,508 


135,492 


586,400 


1 




586,400 


168,600 


94,955 


50 




94,955 


155,045 


57,052 50 
25,000 


25 

20 




57,952 50 
25,000 


77,047 50 


37,015 


10 




37,015 


47,985 


20,000 


5 




20,000 




$3,245,810 50 


$343,080 


$2,002,730 50 


$5,274,189 50 



To balance of Treasury notes to be issued, $5,274,189 50 

Certificates of 8 per cent, ^tock is.sued 
under Ordinance 2Gth Feb. 1862, 
for funding Treasury notes, $3,096,500 

Certificates of 6 per cent, stock issued 
under Ordinance 26th F«b. 1862, 
for funding Treasury notes, 153,500 

$3,250,000 00 



Balance to be issued in certiBcates and notes, $2,024,189 50 



46 



Document jSTo. 1. 



[Session 



EXHIBIT D 

Showing amount of interest accrued 07i Coiipoti Bonds fromj 
date of issue to July^ 1862, Ap'^l^ 1862, and Sept. 1862, 
the amount of Coupons paid to 30th S^pt. inclusive, and 
balance of interest still due. 



Interest on $41,000 from July 1, 1854, to July 1, 
1862, 


$ 19,680 


" on $67,000 from Jan. 1, 1855, to July 1, 

1862, 
" on $44,000 from July 1, 1855, to July 1, 

1862, 


30,150 
18,480 


" on $500,000 from Jan. 1, 1853, to July 1, 
1862, 


285,000 


" on $500,000 from July 1, 1853, to July 1, 
1862, 


270,000 


" on $500,000 from Jan. 1, 1854, to July 1, 
1862, 


255,000 


" on $130,000 from July 1, 1854, to July 1, 
1862, 


62,400 


" on 1370,000 from Jan. 1, 1855, to July 1, 

1862, 


166,500 


" on $1,000,000 from Ap'l. 1, 1855, to Ap'l. 
1, 1862, 


420,000 


" on $20,000 from Ap'l. 1, 1855, to Ap'l. 
1, 1862, 


8,400 


'' on $10,000 from July 1, 1856, to July 1, 
1862, 


3,600 


" on $2,000 from Ap'l. 1, 1857, to Ap'l. 1, 
1862, 


600 


" on $4,000 from Jan. 1, 1S5S, to July 1, 

1862, 
" on $9,000 from Oct. 1, 1858, to Ap'l. 1, 

1862, 


1,080 
1,890 


" on $5,000 from July 1, 1858, to July 1, 
1862, 


1,200 


<' on $4,000 from July 1, 1850, to July 1, 
1862, 


1,680 


" on $6,000 from Jan. 1, 1857, to July 1, 
1862, 


1,980 



1862-'63.] Document Ko. 1. 47 

EXHIBIT J)—{Ooni{nued.) 



Inte 



est on $15,000 from Jan. 1, 1856, to July ij 

1862, I 
on $59,000 from Jan. 1, 1856, to July l.i 

1863, 
on $15,000 from Ap'l. 1, 1857, to Ap'l. 1,! 

1863, j 
■ on $6,000 from Jan. 1, 1858, to July 1.1 

1862, j 

on $35,000 from Jan. 1, 1858, to July 1. 

1862, 
on $10,000 from July 1, 1859, to July l.| 

1862, i 

on $533,000 from Jan. 1, 1S56, to July 1.! 

1862, " I 
on $266,000 from Jan. 1, 1857, to Julv 1 J 

1863, i 
on $267,000 from July 1, 1857, to July 1,| 

1862, 

on $100,000 from Oct. 1, 1857, to Ap'l 1, 
1863, 

on $200,000 from Oct. 1, 1856, to Ap'l 1, 
1862, 

on $100,000 from Julyl, 1857, to July 1. 
1862, 

on $100,000 from Jan. 1, 1858, to July 1, 
1862, 

on $50,000 from Ap'l 1, 1858, to xip'l 1, 
1862, 

on $100,000 from July 1, 1858, to July 1, 
1862, 

on $50,000 irom Oct. 1, 1858, to Ap'l 1. 
1862, 

on $80,000 from Jan. 1, 1859, to July 1. 
1862, 

on $50,000 from Ap'l 1, 1859, to Ap'l 1, 
1862, 

on $100,000 from July 1, 1859, to July 1. 
1862, 

on $150,000 from Oct. 1, 1859, to Ap'l 1. 
aB62, 



5,850 

23,010 

4,500 

1,620 

9,450 

1,800 

207,870 

87,780 

80,250 

108,000 

66,000 

30,000 

27,000 

12,000 

24,000 

10,500 

16,800 

9,000 

18,000 

22,500 



43 



Document No. 1. 
EXHIBIT Tf~{Gontinued.) 



rSession 



Interest on $100,000 from Ap'l 1, 1860, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
" on $50,000 from July 1, ISGO, to July 1, 

1862, 
« on $68,000 from Oct. 1, 1860, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
" on $220,000 from Oct. 1, 1861, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
« on $250,000 from Ap'l 1, 1857, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
« on $100,000 from Ap'l 1, 1859, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
" on $200,000 from Ap'l 1, 1859, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
" on $100,000 from Jan. 1, 1860, to July 1, 

1862, 
" on $100,000 from Oct. 1, 1860, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
« on $200,000 from Oct. 1, 1861, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
" on $200,000 from Jan. 1, 1860, to July 1, 

1862, 
« on $200,000 from July 1, 1860, to July 1. 

1862, 
« on $400,000 from Oct. 1, 1860, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
« on $250,000 from Ap'l 1 , 1861, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
« on $366,000 from Ap'l 1, 1859, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
« on $134,000 from July 1, 1859, to July 1, 

1862, 
« on $112,000 from Oct. 1, 1859, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
« on $580,500 from Jan. 1, 1860, to July 1, 

1862, 
« on $34,000 from Ap'l 1, 1859, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 
« on $1 5,400 from July 1, 1859, to J uly 1, 

1862, 



$ 



12,000 

6,000 

6,120 

6,600 

75,000 

18,000 

36,000 

15,000 

9,000 

6,000 

30,000 

24,000 

36,000 

15,000 

65,880 

24,120 

16,875 

87,075 

6,120 

2,772 



lS62-'63.] Document No. 1. 4^ 

EXHIBIT J).—{CmUnued.) 



Interest on $22,700 from Oct. 1, 1859, to Ap'l 1, 

1862, 


$ 


3,405 


" on $94,900 from Jan. 1, 18G0, to July 1,! 

1862, 




14,235 


*' on $100,000 from July 1, 1860, to July 1, 

1862, 
^' at 8 per cent. $2,670,000 from March, 1, 

1862, to Sept. 1, 1862, 




12,000 
106,800 


" at 6 per cent, on $151,000 from March 1, 
1862, to Sept. 1, 1862, 




4,530 




$2 


,952,102 



By amount of Coupons paid to 

Oct. 1, 1862, $2,536,566 S5 

By Balance due as interest on 

Coupon Bonds, 415,535 45 



$2,95^,102 00 



Balance of interest due on Cou- 
pon Bonds Sept. SOth, 1861, $415,535 45 

Balance of interest due on Bonds 
of Cape Fear and Deep Kiver 
Navigation Company, 16,470 



Interest due Sept. 30, 1862, $432,005 45 



50 



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52 



Document Xo. 1. 



[Sessioa 



ST{.)Clv ACCOUNT (SINKING FUND.) 



ASSETS. 



EES0UKCK3. 



Coup'r. Bonds, vi 

Dated January 1 

" October 1 

" July 1 

" April 1 

" October 1 

" April 1 

" July 1 

" October 1 

" April 1 

'• July 1 

" Oct. 1 

" January 1 

" January 1 

" January 1 

" July 1 

• " July 1 

" March 1 

" March 1 
Cash, 



Add dividends on Stock North-Caro- 
lina Eail Eoad Co., 1862, 

Add dividends on Stock Raleigh and 
Gaston Kail Road Co., 1862, 



z: 

, 1S56, 


$ 500 


, 1806, 


2,000j 


, 1857, 


500; 


, 1857, 


2,000 


, 1857, 


31.000 


, 1855, 


19,000, 


, 1858, 


2,000!. 


, 1858, 


29,000; 


, 1859, 


9,000 


, 1859, 


133,000! 


, 1859, 
, 1860, 
1, 1860, 
, 1860, 
, 1860, 


73,500! 
35,000| 
5,500: 
20,000; 
90,000' 


, 1860, 


5,000, 


, 1862, 

, 1862, 


81,0001 

77,000; 




140, 




$615,140; 



Rail Road Divi- 
dends, 
Inter't on Bonds, 
Surplus Revenue, 
Prolit and Loss, 



$435,475 

76,410 

100,000 

3,255 



lS615,l-iO 
$240,000 

40,950 280,950 



$896,090 



lS62-'63.] 



Document ISo. 1. 



53 



EECAPITITLATIOX STATE DEBT— SEPTEMBER 
30TH, 1832. 

Summary of the DeU of the State 07i the 2>0th Sej)temhe>% 
vj'ith tJiC amount of the taxes from permanent sources for 
the Fiscal years, 1861-1862. 

Bond Debt of State, $14,812,005 

Temporary Loans, 2,550,4-49 

Interest unpaid on State Coupon Bond Debt, 432,005 45 

Interest unpaid on Temporary Loans and ) ^.^ 0--1 a^ 

Bonds witliout Coupons, ) ^-''^^^ ^^ 

Amount of Treasury notes in circulation this ) 

day, f 



3,136,550 50 



$20,983,361 01 
D. W. COURTS, 

Public Treasurer. 

Taxes from sources regarded as 2'>erman€nt, received into the 
Piihlic Treasury durir,g the Fiscal years ending September 
30, 1861, and SepterrJm^ 30, 1862. 





1861. 


1862. 


Insane Tax, 


$ 12,619 50 


1 

% 4,756 59 


Bank Stock, 


17,986 45 


i 27,574 99 


Collaterals, 


3,098 25 




Cherokee Bonds, 


2,100 00 


2,370 00 


Corporations, 


250 00 




Attorneys' License, 


684 00 


99 75 


Money in Officers' hands, 


88 55 


41 67 


General Public Tax. 


697,823 35 


. 680,820 39 




$734,650 10 


,$715,763 39 



# 



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typo- No. 2] [Sk8. 1862-'3. 

Ordered to he Printed. 



W. W. Holden, Printer to the State. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF 

AMERICA. 

(adopted by the CONFEDEKATE CONGKESg, MARCH 11, 1861, AND 
RATIFIED BY THE CONVENTION OF NOETH CAROLINA, JUNE 19, 
1861.] 

We, the people of the Confederate States, each State acting 
in its sovereign and independent character, in order to form 
a permanent federal government, establish justice, insure 
domestic tranquility, and secure the blessings of liberty 
to ourselves and onr posterity— invoking the favor and 
guidance of Almighty God— do ordain and establish this 
Constitution for the Confederate States of America. 

ARTICLE L 

SECTION I. 

All legislative powers herein delegated shall be vested in a 
Congress of the Confederate States, which shall consist of a 
Senate and Iloase of Representatives. 

SECTION XL 

1. Tlie House of Representatives shall be composed of 
members chosen every second year by the people of the se- 
veral States ; and the electors in each State shall be citizens 
of the Confederate States, and have the qualifications requis- 
ite for electors of the most numerous branch of the State Le- 



2 Document JN'o. 2. [Session 

gislature ; but no person of foreign birth not a citizen of the 
Confederate States shall be allowed to vote for any oflScers, 
civil or political, State or Federal. 

2. No person shall be a representative who shall not have 
attained the age of twentj-five years, and be a citizen of the 
Confederate States, and who shall not, when elected, be an 
inhabitant of that State in which he shall be chosen. 

3. Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned 
among the several States which may be included within this 
Confederacy according to their respective numbers, which 
shall be determined by adding to the whole number of free 
persons, including those bound to service for a term of yeai-s^ . 
and excluding Indians not taxed, three-fifths of all slaves. 
The actual enumeration shall be made within three years after 
the first meeting of the Congress of the Confederate States, and 
within every subsequent term of ten years, in such manner 
as they shall, by law, direct. The number of representatives 
shall not exceed one for every fifty thousand, but each State 
shall have at least one representative ; and until such enum- 
eration shall be made the State of South Carolina shall be 
entitled to choose six — the State of Georgia ten — the State of 
Alabama nine — the State of Florida two — the State of Missis- 
sipppi seven — the State of Louisiana six, and the State of Tex- 
as six. 

4. When vacancies happen in the representation from any 
State, the Executive authority thereof shall issue writs of 
election to fill such vacancies. 

5. The House of Eepresentatives shall choose their Speak- 
er and other officers, and shall have the sole power of im- 
peachment, except that any judicial or other federal officer 
resident and acting solely within the limits of any State, may 
be impeached by a vote of two-thirds of both branches of the 
Legislature thereof. 

BECnON 131. 

1. The Senate of the Confederate States shall be composed^ 
of two Senators from each State, chosen for six years by th® 



1862-^63.] DocWkiENT No. 2. 3 

Legislature thereof, at the regular session next immediately 
preceding the commencement of the term of service ; and each 
'Senator shall have one vote. 

2. immediately after tliey shall be assembled, in conse- 
•quence of the first election, they shall be divided as equally 
as may be into three classes. The seats of theSeuiators of the 
tirst class sh^A be vacatefi at the expiration ofth^ second 
year ; of the second class at the eixpiration of the fo'iirth year; 
and of the thh-d class at the expiration of the sixth year ; so 
that one-thi5'd may be chosen every second year; and if va- 
'cancies happen by resignation or otherwise, during the recess 
■^of the Legislat'jre of any State, the Execut'Ive tlaereof may 
-luake temporaiy aippoiiiments until tHie meeting of the Leg- 
islature, which shall then iflli «uch vacancies. 

3. No person shall be a Senator who ^hall not have attained 
'the age of thirty years, and be;a^Gitizem of the Confederate 
'States, and who shall 'not, when elected, be an inhabitant of- 
•the State for which bs -shall be'cbo^en. 

4. The Vice-iPresiSent of the Confederate States, shall ba 
OPresident of the Senate, but ■shall have no vote,, unless they 
'be equally dr-^ided. 

0. The Senate -shaK ^choose their other ofijcera, and also a 
President pro trnipore in the absence of the Yice-President, 
•or when he -shal'l ^exercise the office of ^'resident of the Con- 
federate States, 

6. IThe S©!iait>3 shall have the soIq. power to try all impeach- 
'ments. W^t^n sitting for that pv>rpose, they shall be on oath 
■or aiSBrmation. When the Ij'yesident of the Confederate 
States is tried, the Chief Justid^ shall preside ; and no person 
>3hall be convicted without tha concurrence of two-thirds of 
'the members present. 

7. Judgment in cases of iiiipeachment shall not extend fur- 
ther tlian to removal from ofJ;ce, and disqualification to hold 
and enjoy any office of honor,, trust or profit, under the Con- 
federate States ; but the parity convicted shall, nevertheless, 
be liable and subject to Indiqt;r.ent, trial, judgment and pun- 
ishment, according to la»w.,. 



4 Document No. 2. [Session 

SECTION IV. 

1. The times, places and manner of holdin^j elections for 
Senators and Representatives shall be prescribed in each State 
by the Legislature thereof, subject to the provisions of this 
Constitution ; but the Congress may, at any time, hj law make 
or alter such regulations, except as to ihe times and places of 
choosing Senators. 

2. Tiie Congress shall assemble at least once in every year; 
and such meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, 
unless tliey shall, by law, appoint a different day. 

SECTION v. 

1. Each House shall be the judge of the elections, returns 
and qualifications of its own members, and a majority of each 
shall constitute a quorum to do business ; bnt a smaller num- 
ber may a«lj«)urn from day to da}', and may be authorized to 
compel the attendance of absent members, in such manner 
and under such penalties as each House may provide. 

2. Each House ma}' determine the rules of its proceedings, 
punish its members for disorderly behavior, and, with the 
concurrence of two-thirds of the whole number, expel a mem- 
ber. 

3. Each House shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and 
from time to time publish the same, excepting such parts as 
may in their judgment require secrecy ; and the yeas and nays 
of the meml)ers of either House, on an^- question, shall, at 
the desire of one-fifth of those present, be entered on the 
journal. 

4. Neither House, during the session of Congress, shall, 
without the consent of the other, adjourn for more than three 
days, nor to any other place than that in which the two 
Houses shall be sitting. 

SECTION VI. 

1. The Senators and TtepreseBtativee shall receive a com- 



1862-'63.] Document No. 2. 5 

peBsation for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid 
out of the treasury of the Confederate States. They shall, in 
all cases, except treason, felony and breach of the peace, be 
privileged from arrest during their attendance at the session of 
their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from 
the same ; and for any speech or debate in either House they 
shall not be questioned in any other place. 

2. No Senator or Representative shall, during the time for 
■which he was elected, be appointed to any civil office under 
the authority of the Confederate States, whicl^ shall have 
been created, or the emoluments whereof shall have been in- 
creased during such time ; and no person holding any office 
under the Confederate States shall be a member of either 
House during his continuance in office. But Congress may, 
by law, grant to the principal officer in each of the Executive 
Departments a seat upon the floor of either House, with the 
privilege of discussing any measures appertaining to his de- 
partment. 

SECTION VII. 

1. All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the House 
of Representatives ; but the Senate may propose or concur 
with amendments as on other bills. 

2. Every bill which shall have passed both Houses, shall, 
before it becomes a law, be presented to the President of the 
Confederate States ; if he approve, he shall sign it ; but if 
not, he shall leturn it with his objections to that House in 
which it shall have originated, who shall enter the objections 
at large on their journal and proceed to reconsider it. If, af- 
ter such reconsideration, two-thirds of that House shall agree 
to pass the bill, it shall be sent, together with the objections, 
to the other House, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, 
and if approved by two-thirds of that House it shall become, 
a law. But in all such cases the votes of both Houses shall 
be determined by yeas and nays, and the names of the per- 
sons voting for and against the bill shall be entered on the 
journal of each Honse respectively. If any bill shall not be 



6" Document, No; 2. [Session 

returned bj the President within ten da.ys (Sundays excepted) 
after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a 
law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless the Con- 
gress, by their adjournment, prevent its return ; in which case 
it shall not be a law. The President may approve any ap- 
propriation and disapprove an.y other appropriation in the 
same bill. In such case, ho shall, in signing the bill, design- 
ate the appropriations disapproved, and shall return a copy of 
such appropriations, with his objections, to the House in 
which the bill shall have originated ; and the same proceed- 
ings shaM then be had as in the case of other bilife disapproved 
by the President. 

3. Every order, resolution or vote, to which the eoncurrence 
of both Houses may be necessary (except on a question of ad- 
journment) shall be presented to the President of the Con- 
federate States ; and before the same shall take effect, shall be 
approved by him ; or being disapproved by him, shall be re- 
passed by two-thirds of both Houses according to the rules 
and limitations prescribed in the case of a bill. 

SECTION VIII. 

The Congress shall have power — 

1. To lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises, for 
revenue necessary to pay the debts, provide for the common 
defence, and carry on the government of the Confederate 
States ; but no bounties shall be granted from the Treasury, 
nor shall any duties or taxes on importations from foreign 
nations be laid to promote or foster any branch of industry ; 
and all duties, imposts and excises shall be uniform through- 
out the Confederate States. 

2. To borrow money on the credit of the Confederate 
States. 

3. To regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among 
the several States, and with the Indian tribes ; but neither 
this, nor any other clause contained in the Constitution, shall 
ever be construed to delegate the power to Congress to ap- 
propriate money for any internal improvement intended to 



1862-'^3.] Document No. 2. 7 

facilitate comraeree, except for the purpose of furnishing 
lights, beacons and buoys, and other aids to navigation upon 
the coasts, and improvement of harbors and the removing 
of obstructions in river navigation, in all which cases, such 
duties shall be laid on the navigation facilitated thereby, as 
may be necessary to pay the costs and expenses thereof. 

4. To establish uniform laws of naturalization^ and uniform 
laws on the subject of bankruptcies, throughout the Confed- 
erate States, but no law of Congress shall discharge any debt 
contracted before the passage of the same. 

5. To coin money, regulate the value thereof and of foreign 
coin, and fix the standard of weights and measures. 

^' 6. To provide for the punishment of counterfeiting the se- 
'cureties and current coin of the Confederate States. 

7. To establish post offices and post routes ; but the expen- 
ees of the Post Office Department, after the first day ot 
March, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty- 
three, shall be paid out of its own revenues. 

8. To promote the progress of science and useful arts, by 
securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclu- 
eive right to their respective writings and discoveries. 

9. To constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court. 

10. To define and punish piracies and felonies committed 
on the high seas, and offences against the law of nations. 

11. To declare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, 
and make rules concerning captures on land and water. 

12. To raise and support armies ; but no appropriation of 
money to that use shall be for a longer term than two years. 

13. To provide and maintain a navy. 

14. To make rules for the government and regulation of the 
land and naval forces. 

15. To provide for calling forth the militia to execute the 
■laws of the Confederate States, suppress insurrections and re- 
pel invasion. 

16. To provide for organizing, arming and disciplining the 
militia, and for governing such part of them as may be em- 
ployed in the service of the Confederate States ; reserving to 



8 Document No. 2. [Ses&ion 

the States, respectively, the appointment of the oflBcers aad 
the authority of training the militia according to the discipline 
prescribed by Congress. 

17. To exercise exclusive legislation, in all cases whatso- 
ever, over such district (not exceeding ten miles square) as 
may, by cession of one or more States and the acceptance of 
Congress, become the seat of the government of the Con- 
federate States"; and to exercise like authority over all 
purchased by the consent of the Legislature of the State in 
which the same shall be, for the erection of forts, magazines, 
arsenals, dock-yards and other needful buildings ; and 

18. To make all 'laws which shall be necessary and proper 
for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all 
other powers vested by this Constitution in the government 
of the Confederate States, or in any department or oJSficer 
thereof. 

SECTION IX. 

1. The importation of negroes of the African race from any 
foreign country other than the slaveholding States, or Terri- 
tories of the United States of America, is hereby forbidden; 
and Congress is required to pass such laws as shall effectually 
prevent the same. 

2. Congress shall also have power to prohibit the introduc- 
tion of slaves from any State not a member of, or Territory 
not belonging to this Confederacy. 

3. The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be 
suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the 
public safety may require it. 

4. No bill of attainder, or ex ^ost facto law, or law denying 
or impairing the right of property in negro slaves shall be 
passed. 

5. No capitation or other direct tax shall be laid, unless in 
proportion to the census or enumeration hereinbefore direct- 
ed to be taken. 

6. No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported from 
any State, except by a vote of two-thirds of both houses. 



1862-'63.] DocuiiENT No. 2. 9 

7. No preference shall be given by any regulation of com- 
merce or revenue to the ports of one State over those of 
another. ' 

8. No money shall be dravrn from the Treasury, but in 
consequence of appropriations made by law; and a regular 
statement and account of the receipts and expenditures of all 
public money shall be published from time to time. 

9. Congress shall appropriate no money from the Treasury 
except by a vote of two-thirds of both Houses, taken by yeas 
and nays, unless it be asked and estimated for by some one of 
the heads of department, and submitted to Congress by the 
President; or for the purpose of paying its own expenses and 
contingencies; or for the payment of claims against the Con- 
federate States, the justice of which shall have been judicially 
declared by a tribunal for the investigation of claims against 
the government, which it is hereby made the duty of Con- 
gress to establish. 

10. All bills appropriating money shall specify in federal 
currency the exact amount of each appropriation and the 
purposes for which it is made ; and Congress shall grant no 
extra compensation to any public contractor, oflBcer, agent or 
servant, after such contract shall have been made or such 
service rendered. 

11. No title of nobility shall be granted by the Confederate 
States ; and no person holding any office of profit or trust un- 
der them, shall, without the consent of the Congress, accept 
of any present, emolument, office or title of any kind what- 
ever from any King, Prince or foreign State. 

12. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment 
of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridg- 
ing the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of 
the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government 
for a redress of grievances. 

13. A well regulated militia being necessary to the security 
of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms 
shall not be infringed. 

14. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any 



10 ^ Document No. 2. [Session 

ouse without the consent of the owner ; nor in time of war, 
hut in a manner to he prescrihed hy law. 

15. The right of the people to he secure in their persons, 
houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and 
seizures, shall not be violated ; and no warrants shall issue 
but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, 
and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the 
persons or thing to be seized. 

16. No person shall be held to answer for a capital or oth- 
erwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment 
of a grand jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval 
forces, or in the militia, when in actual service, in time of 
war or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the 
same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb, nor 
to be compelled, in any criminal case, to be a witness against 
himself; nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without 
due process of law ; nor shall private property be taken for 
public use without just compensation. 

17. In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the 
right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the 
State and district wherein the crime shall have been commit- 
ted, which district shall have been previously ascertained by 
Jaw, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accu- 
sation ; to be confronted with the witnesses against him ; to 
have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, 
and to have the assistance of counsel for his defence. 

18. In suits at common law, where the value in controversy 
shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jur}*^ shall be 
preserved ; and no fact so tried by a jury shall be otherwise 
re-examined, in any court of the Confederacy than according 
to the rules of the common law. 

19. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines 
imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. 

20. Every law or resolution having the force of law, shall 
relate but to one subject, and that shall be expressed in the 
title. 



1862-63.] Document No. 2. 11 

skction x. 

1. No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confed- 
eration ; grant letters of marque and reprisal ; coin money ; 
make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment 
of debts ; pass any bill of attainder, or ex post facto law, or 
law impairing the obligation of contracts ; or grant any title 
of nobility. 

2. No State shall, without the consent of the Congress, lay 
any imposts or duties on imports or exports, except what 
may be absolutely necessary for executing its inspection laws ; 
and the nett produce of all duties and imposts, laid by any 
State on imports or exports, shall be for the use of the trea- 
sury of the Confederate States ; and all such laws shall be 
subject to the revision and control of Congress. 

3. No State shall, without the consent of Congress, lay any 
duty on tonnage, except on sea-going vessels, for the improve- 
ment of its rivers and harbors navigated by the said vessels ; 
but such duties shall not conflict with any treaties of the 
Confederate States with foreign nations ; and any surplus 
revenue thus derived, after making such improvement, 
be paid into the common treasury ; nor shall any State keep 
troops or ships of war, in time of peace, enter into any agree- 
ment or compact with another State, or with a foreign power, 
or engage in war, unless actually invaded, or in such immin- 
ent danger as will not admit of delay. But when any river 
divides or flows through two or more States, they may enter 
into compacts with each other to improve the navigation 
thereof. 

ARTICLE II. 

SECTION I. 

1. The executive power shall be vested in a President of the 
Confederate States of America. He and the Vice President 
shall hold their ofiices for the term of six years ; but the Pre- 
sident shall not be re-eligible. The President and Vice Pre- 
sident shall be elected as follows : 



12 Document No. 2. [Session 

2. Each State sball appoint, in such manner as the Legisla- 
ture thereof may direct, a number of electors equal to the 
whole number of Senators and Representatives to which the 
State may be entitled in the Congress; but no Senator or 
Representative, or person holding an office of trust or profit 
under the Confederate States, shall be appointed an elector. 

3. The electors shall meet in their respective States and 
vote b}" ballot, tor President and Vice President, one of 
whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same State 
with themselves ; they shall name in their ballots the person 
voted for as President, and in distinct ballots the person voted 
for as Vice President, and they shall make distinct lists of all 
persons voted for as President, and of all persons voted for as 
Vice President, and of the number of votes for each, which 
list they shall sign and certify, and transmit, sealed, to the seat of 
the government of the Confederate States, directed to the Presi- 
dent of the Senate ; the President of the Senate shall, in the 
presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open 
all the certificates, and the votes shall then be counted ; the 
person having the greatest number of votes for President 
shall be the President, if such a number be a majority of the 
whole number of electors appointed ; and if no person have 
such majority, then, from the persons having the highest num- 
bers, not exceeding three, on the list of those voted for as 
President, the House of Representatives shall choose immedi- 
ately, by ballot, the President. But in choosing the President 
the votes shall be taken b}'' States, the representation from 
each State having one vote ; a quorum for this purpose shall 
consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the States, 
and a majority of all the States shall be necessary to a choice. 
And if the House of Representatives shall not choose a Presi- 
dent, whenever the right of choice shall devolve upon them, 
before the fourth day of March next following, then the Vice 
President shall act as President, as in case of the death or 
other constitutional disability of the President. 

4. The person having the greatest number of votes as Vice 
President shall be the Vice President, if such number be a 



lS62-'63.] Document No. 2. 13 

majority of the whole number of electors appointed ; and if 
no person have a majority, then from the two highest num- 
bers on the list the Senate shall choose the Vice President ; a 
quorum for the purpose shall consist of two-thirds of the whole 
number of Senators, and a majority of the whole number 
shall be necessary to a choice. 

5. But no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of 
President shall be eligible to that of Yice President of the 
Confederate States. 

6. The Congress may determine the time of choosing the 
electors, and the day on which they shall give their votes, 
which day shall be the same throughout the Confederate 
States. 

7. No person except a natural born citizen of the Confede- 
rate States, or a citizen thereof at the time of the adoption of 
this constitution, or a citizen thereof born in the United States 
prior to the 20th of December, 1860, shall be eligible to the 
office of President ; neither shall any person be eligible to that 
office who shall not have attained the age of thirty -five years, 
and been fourteen years a resident within the limits of the 
Confederate States, as they may exist at the time of his election. 

8. In case of the removal of the President from office, or of 
his death, resignation, or inability to discharge the powers and 
duties of the said office, the same shall devolve on the Vice 
President ; and the Congress may, by law, provide for the 
case of removal, death, resignation, or inability both of the 
President and Yice President, declaring what officer shall act 
as President, and such officer shall act accordingly until the 
disability be removed or a President shall be elected. 

9. The President shall, at stated times, receive for his ser- 
vices a compensation, which shall neither be increased nor 
diminished during the period for which he shall have been 
elected ; and he shall not receive within that period any other 
emolument from the Confederate States, or any of them. 

10. Before he enters on the execution of his office, lie shall 
take the following oath or affirmation : — 

*' I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully exe- 



14 Document No. 2. [Session 

ecutc the office of the President of the Confederate States, and 
will, to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend 
the Constitution thereof." 

SECTION II. 

1. The President shall be commander-in-chief of the army 
and navy of the Confederate States, and of the militia of the 
several States, when called into the actual service of the Con- 
federate States ; he may require the opinion, in writing, of 
the principal officer in each of the Executive Departments, 
upon any subject relating to the duties of their respective of- 
fices, and he shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons 
for offences against the Confederate States, except in cases of 
impeachment. 

2. lie shall have power, by and with the advice and 
consent of the Senate, to make treaties, provided two-thirds 
of the Senators present concur ; and he shall nominate, and 
by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall ap- 
point ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, Judges 
of the Supreme Court, and all other officers of the Confeder- 
ate States, whose appointments are not herein otherwise pro* 
vided for, and which shall be established by law ; but tlie 
Congress may, by law, vest the appointment of such inferior 
officers, as they think proper, in the President alone, in the 
courts of law or in the heads of departments. 

3. The principal officer in each of the executive depart- 
ments, and all persons connected with the diplomatic service, 
may be removed from office at the pleasure of the President. 
All other civil officers of the Executive Department may be 
removed at any time by the President, or other appointing 
power, when their services are unnecessary, or for dishonesty, 
incapacity, inefficiency, misconduct, or neglect of duty ; and 
when so removed, the removal shall be reported to the Sen* 
ate, together with the reasons therefor. 

4. The President shall have power to fill all vacancies that 
may happen during the recess of the Senate, by granting 



1862-'C3.] DoctTMEST No. 2. 15 

commissions which shall expire at the end of their next ses- 
sion ; but no person rejected by the Senate shall be reappoint- 
ed to the same office during their ensuing recess. 

SECTiox in. 

1. The President shall, from time to time, give to the Con- 
o-ress information of the state of the Confederacy, and recom- 
mend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge 
necessarv and expedient ; he may, on extraordinary occasions 
convene both houses, or either of them ; and in case of disa- 
greement between them, with respect to the time of adjourn- 
ment, he may adjourn them to such time as he shall think 
proper ; he shall receive Ambassadors and other public min- 
isters ; lie shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed, 
and shall commission all the officers of the Confederate 
States. 

SECTION IV. 

1. The President, Vice President, and all civil officers of 
the Confederate States, shall be removed from office on im- 
peachment for, .and conviction of treason, bribery, or othei 
high crimes and misdemeanors. 

ARTICLE III. 

SECTION I. 

1. Tlie judicial power of the Confederate States shall bj 
vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as 
the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. 
The judges, both of the Supremo and Inferior courts, shall 
hold their offices during good behavior, and shall, at state*! 
times, receive for their services a compensation, which shaii 
not be diminished during their continuance in office. 



16 Document Ko. 2. [Session 

SECTION II. 

1. The judicial power shall extend to all cases arising under 
this Constitution, the laws of the Confederate States, and 
treaties made or which shall be made under their authority ; 
to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and 
consuls; to all cases of admiralty and raaritirao jurisdiction ; 
to controversies to which the Confederate States shall be a 
party ; to controversies between two or more States ; between 
a State and citizens of another State where the State is plain- 
tiiF; between citizens claiming lands under grants of different 
States, and between a State or the citizens thereof and foreign 
States, citizens or subjects ; but no State shall be sued by a 
citizen or subject of any foreign State. 

2. In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers 
and consuls, and those in which a State shall be a party, the 
Supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction. In all the 
other cases before mentioned, the Supreme Court shall have 
appellate juriisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such ex- 
ceptions and under snch regulations as the Congress shall 
make. 

3. The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, 
shall be by jury, and such trial shall be held in the State 
where the said crimes shall have been committed ; but when 
not committed within any State, the trial shall be at such 
place or places as the Congress may by law have directed. 

SECTION III. 

1. Treason against the Confederate States shall consist only 
in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, 
giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted 
of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the 
same overt act, or on confession in open Court. 

2. The Congress shall have power to declare the punish- 
ment of treason, but no attainder of treason shall work corrup- 



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tlon of blood, or forfeiture, except during the life of the per- 
son attainted. 

AUTICLE IV. ^ fi jrtiriiwi 

90i[ims^^0i0imm m^ section r. '^" t^' '»*♦••'•••» 

1. Full faith and credit shall be given in each State to the 
public acts, records and judicial proceedings of every other 
State. And the Congress may, by general laws, prescribe 
the manner in which such acts, reco^fls and proceedings shall 
be proved, and the effect thereof. ;]^ #¥«i HpI 

SECTION 11. ^ei^ ^!»eafefr^-.f * 

1. The citizens of each State shall be entitled to all the 
privileges and immunities of citizens in the several States, 
and shall have the right of transit and sojourn in any Sfate of 
this Confederacy, with their slaves and other property ; and 
the right of property in said slaves shall not be thereby 
impaired. 

2. A person charged in any State with treason, felony, or 
other crime against the laws of such a State, who shall flee from 
justice, and be found in another State, shall, on demand of 
the executive authority of the State from which he fled, be 
delivered up to be removed to the State having jurisdiction 
of the crime. 

3. InTo slave or other person held to service or labor in anv 
State or Territory of the Confederate States, under the laws 
thereof, escaping or lawfully carried into another, shall in 
consequence of any law or regulation therein, be discharged 
from such service or labor, but shall be delivered up on claim 
of the party to whom such slaves belong, or to whom such 
eervice or labor may be due. 

2 "^ SECTION III. .thrift." M 



1. Other States may be admitted into this Confederacy by 
Doo. No. 2.] 2 



18 Document No. 3. [Sessioia 

a vote of two-thirds of the whole House of Representatives 
and two-thirds of the Senate, the Senate voting by States ; 
but no new State shall be formed or erected within the juris- 
diction of any other State ; nor any State be formed by the 
junction of two or more States, or parts of States, without the 
consent of the Legislatures of the States concerned, as well 
as of the Congress. 

2. The Congress shall have power to dispose of and make 
all needful rules and regulations concerning the property of 
the Confederate States^ including the lands thereof. 

3. The Confederate States may acquire new territory, and 
Congress sl^all have |>ower to legislate and provide govern- 
ments for the inhabitants of all territory belonging to the 
Confederate States lying without the limits of the several 
States, and may permit them, at such times and m such man- 
Be? a-s it may by law provide, to form States to be admit- 
ted into the Confederacy. In all such territory the institu- 
tion of negro slavery as it now exists in the Confederate 
States shall be recognized and protected by Congress and by 
the territorial government, and the inhabitants of the several 
Confederate States and Oferritories shall have the right to take 
to such territory any slaves lawfully held by them m any of the 
States or Territories of the Confederate States. 

4. The Confederate States shall guarantee to every State 
that now is or hereafter may bee^ome a member of this Con- 
federacy a republican form of government, and shall protect 
each of them against invasion ; and on application of the Leg- 
islature (or of the Executive when the Legislature h not in 
session) against domestic violence. 



AETICLE Y. ^^^^;^^iS£i»«# 

SECTION I. 

1. Upon the demand of any three States legally assembled 
in their several conventions, the Congress shall summon & 
Convention of all the States, to take into consideration such 



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amendments to the Constitution as the said States shall con- 
cur in suggesting at the time when the said demand is made, 
and should any of the proposed amendments to the Constitu- 
tion be agreed on by the said convention — voting by States — ' 
and the same be ratified by the Legislatures of two-thirds of 
the several States, or by conventions in two-thirds thereof — 
as the one or the other mode of ratification may be proposed 
by the general convention — they shall from thenceforward 
form a part of this Constitution. But no State shall, without its 
consent, be deprived of its equal representation in the Senate. 

, ARTICLE VL 

1. The government established by this Constitution is the 
successor of the provisional government of the Confederate 
States of America, and all the laws passed by the latter shall 
continue in force until the same shall be repealed or modified; 
and all the officere appointed by the same shall remain in of- 
fice until their successors are appointed and qualified, or the 
ofiices abolished. 

2. All debts contracted and engagements entered into be- 
fore the adoption of this Constitution shall be as valid against 
the Confederat'e States under this Constitution as under the 
provisional government. 

3. This Constitution, and the laws of the Confederate States,- 
made in pursuance thereof, and all treaties made^ or which 
shall be made under the authorit}- of the Confederate States, 
shall be the supreme law of the land ; and the judges in every 
State shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or 
laws of any State to the contrar}- notwithstanding. 

4. The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, 
and the members of the several State Legislatures, and all 
executive and judicial ofiicers, both of the Confederate States 
and of the several States, shall be bound by oath or affirma- 
tion to support this Constitution, but no religious test shall 
ever be required as a qualification to any ofiice or public trust 
aader the Confederate States. 



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( 

5. The enumeration, in the Constitution, of certain rights, 
shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by 
the people of the several States. 

6. The powers not delegated to the Coniederate States bj 
the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States are re- 
served to the States, respectively, or to the people thereof. 

ARTICLE VII. i 

1. The ratification of the Convention of five States shall 
be sufiicient for the establishment of this Constitution be- 
tween the States so ratifying the same. 

2, When five States shall have ratified this Constitution, in 
the manner before specified, the Congress under the Provision- 
al Constitution shall prescribe the time for holding the election 
of President and Vice President; and for the meeting of the 
Electoral College ; and for counting the votes and inaugura- 
ting the President. They shall also prescribe the time for 
holding the first election for members of Congress under this 
Constitution, and the time for assembling the same. Until 
the assembling of such Congress, the Congress under the Pro- 
visional Constitution shall continue to exercise the legislative 
powers granted them, not extending beyond the time limited 
by the Constitution of the Provisional Government.. 









Doc. No. 3.] [Se8. 1862-'63. 

Ordered to he Printed. 



W. W. Holden, Printer to the State. 



coi>rsTiTUTio]sr of north Carolina, &c. 



Declaration of rights. — CoNSTrrurioN of North Carolina. 

At a Congress of the Representatives of the Freemen of the 
State of North Carolina, assembled at Halifax, the seven- 
teenth day of December, in the year of our Lord one 
thousand seven hundred and seventy-six for the purpose 
of establishing a Constitution, or Form of Government for 
the State : 

^ A DECLARATION OF RIGHTS, 

Made hy the Representatives rf the Freemen of the State of 
^ ;• North Carolina. 

Section 1. That all political power is vested in, and derived 
from, the people only. 

Sec. 2. That the people of this State ought to have the sole 
and exclusive right of regulating the internal government 
and police thereof. 

Sec. 3. That no man or set of men are entitled to exclusive 
or separate emoluments or privileges from the community, 
but in consideration of public services. • 

. Sec. 4. That the Legislative, Executive, and Supreme Ju- 
dicial powers of Government, ought to be forever separate 
and distinct from each other. 



2 Document l^o. 3. [Session 

Sec. 5. That all power of suspending laws, or tlie execution 
of laws, bj any authority, without consent of the Represen- 
tatives of the people, is injurious to their rights, and ought 
Dot to be exercised. 

Sec. 6. That elections of merabers to serve as Kepresenta- 
tives in General Assembly ought to be free. 

Sec. 7. That, in all criminal prosecutions, every man has a 
right to be informed of the accusation against him, and to 
confront the accusers and witnesses with other testimony, and 
shall not be compelled to give evidence against himself. 

Sec. 8. That no freeman shall be put to answer any crimi- 
nal charge, but by indictment, presentment or impeachment. 

Sec. 9. That no freeman shall be convicted of any crime, 
but by the unanimous verdict of a jury of good and lawful 
men, in open court, as heretofore used. 

Sec. 10. That excessive bail should not be required, nor 
excessive fines imposed, nor cruel or unusual punishments 
inflicted. 

Sec. 11. That general warrants, whereby any officer or 
messenger may be commanded to search suspected places, 
without evidence of the fact committed, or to seize any per- 
son or persons not named, whose offence is not particularly 
described and supported by evidence, are dangerous to lib- 
erty, and ought not to be granted. 

Sec. 12. That no freeman ought to he taken, imprisoned or 
dissiezed of his freehold, liberties or privileges, or outlawed 
or exiled, or in any manner destroyed or deprived of his life, 
liberty or property, but by the law of the land. 

Sec. 13. That every freeman, restrained of his liberty, is 
entitled to a remedy to inquire into the lawfulness thereof, 
and to remove the same if unlawful, and that such remedy 
ought not to be denied or delayed. 

Sec. 14. That, in all controversies at law, respecting prop- 
erty, the-'ancient mode of trial by jury is one of the best 
securities of the rights of the people, and ought to remain 
sacred and inviolable. 

Sec. 15. That the freedom of the press is one of the greatest 



i8^2-'(83.] DocuMEirr :^o. 3. .« 

bulwarks of liberty, aud therefore ought never to be re- 
strained. 

Sec. 16. That the people of this State ought not to be taxed 
or made subject to the payment of any impost or duty with- 
out the consent of themselves, or their representatives in 
General Assembly, freely given. 

Sec. 17- That the people have a right to bear arms for the 
defence of the State, and, as standing armies in time of peace 
are dangerous to liberty, they ought not to be kept up ; and 
that the military should be kept under strict subordination to, 
and governed by, the civil power. 

Sec. 18. That the people have a right to assemble together 
to consult for their common good, to instruct their Represen- 
tatives, and to apply to the Legislature for redress of griev- 
ances. 

Sec. 19. That all men have a natural and unalienable right 
to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their 
own consciences. 

Sec. 20. That, for redress of grievances, and for amending 
and strengthening the laws, elections ought to be often held. 

Sec. 21. That a frequent recurrence to fundamental prin- 
ciples is absolutely necessary to preserve the blessings of 
liberty. 

Sec. 22. That no hereditary emoluments, privileges or hon- 
ors ought to be granted or conferred, in this State. 

Sec. 23. That perpetuities and monopolies are contrary to 
the genius of a free State, and ought not to be allowed. 

Sec. 24. That retrospective laws, punishing acts committed 
before the existence oi such laws, and by them only declared 
criminal, are oppressive, unjnst and incompatible with liber- 
ty ; wherefore, no ex post facto law ought to be made. 

Sec. 25. The property of the soil, in a free government, 
being one of the essential rights of the collective body of the 
people, it is necessary, in order to a^oid future disputes, that 
the limits of the State should be ascertained with precision ; 
and, as the former temporary hne between North and South 
Carolina was confirmed and extended by commissioners ap- 



4 Document, No. 3. [Session 

pointed by the Legislatures of the two States, agreeably to- 
the order of the late King George the Second, in Council,- 
that line, and that only, should be esteemed the Southern 
"boundary of this State, as folloM^s : that is to say, beginning 
on the sea side, at a cedar stake, at or near the mouth of Lit- 
tle River, being the southern extremity of Brunswick county, 
and running from thence, a north-west course through the 
boundary house, which stands in thirty-three degrees fifty-six 
minutes, to thirty-five degrees north latitude ; and from thence 
a west course, so far as is mentioned in the charter of King 
Charles the Second, to the late proprietors of Carolina. Tliere- 
fore, all the territories, seas, waters, and harbors, with their 
appurtenances, lying between the line above described and 
the southern line of the State of Virginia, which begins on 
the sea shore, in thirty-six degrees thirty minutes north lati- 
tude, and from thence runs west, agreeably to the said charter 
of King Charles, are the right and property of the people of 
this State, to be held by them in sovereignty, any partial line, 
without the consent of the Legislature of this State, at any 
time thereafter directed or laid out, in an}^ wise, notwithstand- 
ing. Provided always, That this declaration of rights shall 
not prejudge any nation or nations of Indians from enjoying 
such hunting grounds as may have been, or hereafter shall 
be, secured to them, by any former or future Legislature of 
this State. And provided also. That it shall not be construed 
80 as to prevent the establishment of one or more govern- 
ments westward of this State, by consent of the Legislature. 
And provided further, That nothing herein contained, shall 
afiect the titles of possessions of individual^ holding or claim- 
ing, under the laws heretofore in force, or grants heretofore 
made by the late King George the Third, or his predecessors, 
pr the late Lords Proprietors, or any of them. 

JDecemler the Vlth day, A. D., 1Y76; read the third time^ 
and rat'ijled in open Congress. 

R. CASWELL, President, 
James Green, Jr., Secretary, 



1862-'63.] Document Ko. 3. 



CONSTITUTION OF NORTH CAROLINA. 
ham ^ 

The Constitution or form of Government, agreed to and re- 
solved upon by the Representatives of the fieemen ot the 
State of North Carohna, elected and chosen for tliat par- 
ticular purpose, in Congress assembled, at Halifax, the eigh- 
teenth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thou- 
sand seven hundred and seventy-six. 

"Whereas, allegiance and protection are in their nature re- 
ciprocal, and the one should of right be refused when the other 
is withdrawn. And whereas, George the Third, King of 
Great Britain, and late Sovereign of the Bi'itish American 
Colonies, hath not only withdrawn from them his protection, 
but, by an act of the British Legislature, declared the inhab- 
itants of these States out of the protection of the British Crown, 
and all their property found upon the high seas liable to be 
seized and confiscated to the uses mentioned in the said act. 
And the said George the Third has also sent fleets and armies 
to prosecute a cruel war against them, for the purpose of re- 
ducing the inhabitants of the said colonies to a state of abject 
slavery. In consequence whereof, all government under the 
said King, within the said colonies, hath ceased, and a total 
dissolution of government in mau}^ of them hath taken place. 
And whereas, the Continental Congress having considered 
the premises, and other previous violations of the rights of the 
good people of America, have therefore declared, that the 
Thirteen United Colonies are, of right, wholly absolved from 
all allegiance to the British Crown, or any other foreign juris- 
diction whatsoever, and tliat the said colonies now are, and 
forever shall be, i'vee and independent States. Wherefore, in 
our present Stj^Je, in order to prevent anarchy and confusion, 



6 Document iTo. S. [Session 

it becomes necessary that a government should be established 
in the State : Therefore, We, the Representatives of the Free- 
men of North-Carolina, chosen and assembled in Congress for 
the express purpose of framing a Constitution, under the au- 
thority of the people, most conducive to their happiness and 
prosperity, do declare that a Government for this State shall 
be established in manner and form following, to wit: 

SECTION I. 

That the Legislative authority shall be vested in two dis- 
tinct branches, both dependent on the people, to wit : a Sen- 
ate and House of Commons. 

SECTION n. 

That the Senate shall be composed of Representatives [an- 
nually*] chosen by ballot, one from each [county] in this 
State. 

SECTION in. 

That the House of Commons shall be composed of Repre- 
sentatives [annually] chosen by ballot, [two from each county, 
and one for each of the towns of Edenton, Newbern, Wilming. 
ton, Salisbury, Hillsborough and Halifax.] 

SECTION rv. 

That the Senate and House of Commons assembled for the 
purpose of Legislation, shall be denominated the general As- 
sembly. 

SECTION V. 

That each member of the Senate shall have usually resided 
in the [county] in which he is chosen, for one year immedi- 



* Those parts in which material amendments have been made, are print- 
ed in brackets, [ ] ' 



1862-'63.] DocDMKNT. No. 3. 7 

ately preceding his election ; and for the same time shall have 
possessed, and continue to possess, in the [county] which he 
represents, not less than three hundred acres of land in fee. 

SECTION vr. 

That each member of the House of Commons shall have 
usually resided in the [county] in which he is chosen, for one 
year immediately preceding his election, and for six months 
shall have possessed, and continue to possess, in the [county] 
vrhich he represents, not less than one hundred acres of land 
in fee, or for the term of his life. 

SECTION vn. 

That all [freemen] of the age of twenty-one years, who have 
been inhabitants of any one [county] within the State twelve 
months immediately preceding the day of any election, [and 
possessed of a freehold within the same county of fifty acres 
of land, for six months next before and at the day of election, 
shall be entitled to vote for a member of the Senate.] 

SECTION vm. 

Tliat all [freemen] of the age of twenty-one years, wlio liave 
been inhabitan*-s of any [county] within this State twelve 
months immediately preceding the day of any election, and 
shall have paid public taxes, shall be entitled to vote for 
members of the House of Commons for the county in which 
he resides. 

SECTION IX. 

[That all persons possessed of a freehold in any town in this 
State, having a rig])t of representation, and also all freemen 
who have been inhabitants of any such town twelve montha 
next before and at the day of election, and shall have paid 
public taxes, shall be entitled to vote for a member to repre- 



^ ■ Document No. 3. [Session 

eent such town in the House of Commons. Provided always, 
That this section shall not entitle any inhabitant of such town 
to vote for members of the House of Commons for the county 
in which he may reside, nor any freeholder in such county, 
who resides without or beyond the limits of such town, to 
vote for a member for said town.] 

SECTION X. ..-s.-^.- 

That the Senate and House of Commons, when met, shall 
each have power to choose a Speaker and their other officers, 
be judges of the qualifications and elections of their members, 
sit upon their own adjournments from day to day, and pre- 
pare bills to be passed into laws. The two Houses shall di- 
rect writs of elections for supplying intermediate vacancies, 
and shall also jointly, by ballot, adjourn themselves to any 
future day and place. 

SECTION XI. 

That all bills shall be read three times in each House be- 
fore they pass into laws, and be signed by the Speakers of 
both Houses. 

SECTION XII. 

That every person who shall be chosen a member of the 
Senate or House of Commons, or appointed to any office or 
place of trust, before taking his seat, or entering upon the 
execution of his office, shall take an oath to the State ; and 
all officers shall also take an oath of office. 

SECTION XIII. 

That the General Assembly shall, by joint ballot of both 
House?, appoint Judges of the Supreme Courts of Law and 
Equity, Judges of Admiralty, and [Attorney General,] who 
shall be commissioned by the Governor, and hold their offices 
during good behavior. 



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SECTION XIV. 

[That the Senate and House of Commons sliall have power 
to appoint the Generals and Field Officers of the Militia, and 
all officers of the Regular Army of this State.] 

SECTION XV. 

[That the Senate and House of Commons jointly, at tlieir 
first meeting after each annual election, shall by ballot elect 
a Governor for one year, who shall not be eligible to that of- 
fice longer than three years in six successive years.] That no 
person under thirty years of age, and who has not been a re- 
sident in this S.tate above five years, and having in the State 
a freehold in lands and tenements, above the value of one 
thousand pounds, shall be eligible as Governor. 

* -■, SECTION XVI. 

That the Senate and House of Commons jointly, at their 
first meeting after each [annual] election, shall by ballot elect 
seven persons to be a Council of State for [one year,] who 
shall advise the Governor in the execution of his office ; and 
that four members shall be a quorum ; their advice and pro- 
ceedings shall be entered in a Journal to be kept for that pur- 
pose only, and signed by the members present ; to any part 
of which any member present may enter his dissent ; and 
such Journal shall be laid before the General Assembly when 
called for by them. 

SECTION XVII. 

That there shall be a seal of this State, which shall be kept 
by the Governor, and used by him as occasion may require, 
and shall be called the Great Seal of the State of North-Caro- 
lina, and be affixed to all Grants and Commissions. 



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SECTION XVIII. 

That the Governor for the time being shall be Captain- 
General and Commander-in-Chief of the Militia ; and in the 
recess of the General Assembly, shall have power, by and 
with the advice of the Council of State, to embody the Militia 
for the public safety. 

SECTION XIX. 

That the Governor for the time being, shall have power to 
draw for and apply such sums of money as shall be voted by 
the General Assembly, for the contingencies of Government, 
and be accountable to them for the gsame ; he also may, by 
and with the advice of the Council of State, lay embargoes, 
or prohibit the exportation of any commodity, for any term 
not exceeding thirty days at any one time, in the recess of 
the General Assembly, and shall have the power of granting 
pardons and reprieves, except where the prosecution shall be 
carried on by the General Assembly, or the law shall other- 
wise direct ; in which case he may, in the recess, grant a re- 
prieve until the next sitting of the General Assembly ; and 
may exercise all the other executive powers of Government, 
limited and restrained as by this Constitution is mentioned 
and accoi-ding to the laws of the State ; and on his death, in- 
ability or absence from the State, the Speaker of the Senate 
for the time being, and in case of his death, inability, or ab- 
sence from the State, the Speaker of the House of Commons 
shall exercise the powers of the Governor, after such death, 
or during such absence or inability of the Governor or Speak- 
er of the Senate, [or until a new nomination is made by the 
General Assembly.] 

SECTION XX. 

That in every case where any officer, the right of whose 
appointment is, by this Constitution, vested in the General 
Assembly, shall, during their recess, die, or his office by other 



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means becomes vacant, the Governor shall have povrer, with 
the advice of the Council of State, to fill up such vacancy, by 
granting a temporary commission, which shall expire at th^ 
end ot the next session of the General Assembly. 

BEOnON XXI. 

That the Governor, Judges of the Supreme Courts of Law 
and Equity, Judges of Admiralty, and Attorney General, 
shall have adequate salaries during their continuance in of- 
fice. 

SECTION X xn. 

That the General Assembly shall, by joint ballot of both 
Houses, [annually] appoint a Treasurer or Treasurers for this 
State. 

SECTION XXIII. 

That the Governor and other officers ofi'ending against the 
State, by violating any part of this Constitution, mal-adminis- 
tration, or corruption, may be prosecuted on the impeachment 
of the General Assembly, or presentment of the Grand Jury 
of any Court of Supreme Jurisdiction in this State. 

SECTION xxrv. 

That the General Assembly shall, by joint ballot of both 
Houses, [triennially] appoint a Secretary for this State. 

SECTION XXV. 

That no persons, who heretofore have been, or hereafter 
may be, receivers of the pubhc moneys, shall have a seat in 
either House of the General Assembly, or be eligible to any 
oflSce in this State, until such person shall have fully account- 
ed for and paid into the Treasury, all sums for which they 
maybe accountable and liable. 



13 Document No. 3. . fSession 

SECTION XXVI. 

That DO Treasurer shall have a seat in either the Senate 
House of Commons, or Council of State, during his continu- 
ance in that office, or before he shall have finally settled his 
accounts with the public, for all monies which may be in his 
hands at the expiration of his office, belonging to the State, 
and hath paid the same into the hands of the succeeding 
Treasurer. 

SECTION XXVII. 

That no officer in the Regular Army or Navy, in the ser- 
vice and pay of the United States, of this or any other State, 
or any contractor or agent for supplying such Army or Navy 
with clothing or provisions, shall have a seat in either the 
Senate, House of Commons, or Council of State, or be eligi- 
ble thereto ; and any member ol the Senate, House of Com- 
mons, or Council of State, being appointed to, and accepting 
of such office, shall thereby vacate his seat. 

SECTION XXVIII. 

That no member of the Council of State shall have a seat 
either in the Senate or House of Commons. 

SECTION XXIX. 

That no Judge of the Supreme Court of Law or Equity, or 
Judge of Admiralty, shall have a seat in the Senate, House of 
Commons, or Council of State. 

SECTION XXX. 

That no Secretary of this State, Attorney General, or Clerk 
of any Court of Record, shall have a seat in the Senate, House 
of Commons, or Council of State. 



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5 fiECTION XXXI. 

That no Clergyman, or Preacher of the Gospel, of any de- 
nomination, shall l3e capable of being a member of either the 
Senate, House of Commons, or Council of State, while he con- 
tinues in the exercise of the pastoral function. 

SECTION XXXII. 

That no person who shall deny the being of God, or the 
truth of the [Protestant] Religion, or the divine authoHty 
either of the Old or New Testament, or who shall hold relig- 
ious principles incompatible with the freedom and safety of 
the State, shall be capable of holding any office, or p'laco of 
trust or profit in the civil department within the State. 

SECTION xxxm. 

That the Justices of the Peace, within the respective coun- 
ties in this State, shall in future be recommended to the Gov- 
ernor for the time being, by the Pepresentatives in General 
Assembly, and the Governor shall commission them accord- 
ingly. And the Justices, when so commissioned, shall hold 
their offices during good behavior, and shall not be removed 
from office by the General Assembly unless for misbehavior, 
absence, or inability. 

SECTION XXXIV. 

That there shall be no establishment of any one Religions 
Church or denomination in this State, in preference to any 
other ; neither shall any person, on any pretence whatsoever, 
be compelled to attend any place of worship, contrary to his 
own faith or judgment ; nor be obliged to pay for the pur- 
chase of any glebe, or the building of any house of worship, 
or for the maintenance of any minister or ministry contrary 
to what he believes right, or has voluntarily and personally 
engaged to perform ; but all persons shall be at liberty to ex- 
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14 Document Ko. S. [Sessioo 

ercise their own mode of worship : Provided^ that nothing 
herein contained shall be construed to exempt preachers of 
treasonable or seditious discourses from legal trial and punish- 
ment. 

SECTION 2XXV. 

That no person in the State shall hold more than one lucra- 
tive office at any one time. Provided, that no appointment 
in the Militia, or to the office of a Justice of the Peace, shall 
be considered as a luci'ative office. 

&ECTI0N XXXVI. 

Tliat all Commissions and Grants shall run in the name of 
the State of North Carolina, and bear test and be signed bj 
the Governor. All writs shall run in the same manner, and 
bear test and be signed b}' the clerks of the respective Courts. 
Indictments shall conclude, against the peace and dignity of 
the State. 

SECTION XXXTII. 

That the Delegates for this State to the Continental Con- 
gress, while necessary, shall be chosen annually by the Gen- 
eral Assembly, by ballot, but may be superceded in the mean. 
time, in the same manner : and no person shall be elected to 
serve in that capacity for more than three years successively. 

SECTION XXXVIII. 

That there shall be a Sheriff, Coroner or Coroners, and Con- 
stables in each county within the State. 

SECTION XXXIX. 

That the person of a debtor, where there is not a strong 
presumption of fraud, shall not be continued in prison after 
delivering up, hona ^de, all his estate, real and personal, for 



l862-'63.] Document No. 3. 15 

the use of his creditors, in such manner as shall be hereafter 
regulated by law. All prisoners shall be bailable by sufiBcient 
sureties, unless for capital offences, when tlie proof is evident, 
or presumption great 

SECTION XiL- 

That every fo-reigner who comes t© settle in this State hay- 
ing fii-st taken an oath of allegiance to the same, may pur- 
chase, or by other just means, acquire, hold and transfer lands., 
or other real estate; and after one year's residence, shall b© 
deemed a free <;itizen« 

SECTION XLY, 

That a school or schools shall be established by 'the 'Legfs- 
3ature, for the convenient instruction of youth, with such sal- 
aries to the masters, paid by the public, as may enable ■them 
to instruct at low prices; and all useful learning shall 'be duly 
HSEcouraged aud proraoted in one or more Universities. 

SECTION XLH. 

That ©0 purchase of land shall be mafic of the Indian na- 
'tives but oa behalf of the public, by authority of the General 
Assembly. 

SECTION X!Lin. 

That the future Legislatures cf this State shall regulat©^ en- 
tails in such a manner as to prevent perpetuities. 

SBCnON XLIV. 

That the Declaration of Rights is hereby declared to be 
part of the Constitution of this State, and ought never to hjQ 
violated on any pretence whatever. 



16' Document I^o. S: [l&essiGD 

SECTION XLT. 

That any memberof either House of the General Assembly 
shall have liberty to dissent from^ and protest against, any act 
or resolve which he may think injurious to the public or any 
individual, and have the reasons of his dissent entered on the 
Journals. 

SECTION XLVI. 

Ihat neither House of the Greneral Assembly shall proceed 
upon public business, unless a majority of ail the members of 
such House are actually present, and that upon a motion' 
made and seconded, the yeas and nays upon any question 
shall be taken, and entered on the Journals ; and that the 
Journals of the proceedings of both Houses of the General 
Assembly shall be printed and' made publicj immediately 
after tlieir adjournment.* 

6EGTK)N Sa^VII. 

This constitution is not intended to preclude the presen't 
Congress from making' a tem'porary provision for the well 
ordering of this State, until the General Assemblj'- shall estab- 
lisli Ooyeimment agreeably to ths mode herein before pre'- 
scribed. 

Deeewker the IS^A, 1776, read the third time and ratified 
i?,i open 0pif?^ress. 

R. CASWELL., President. 
Jake6 ;<]sis^en, Jr., i^e^etary. 

* See .opdinaijoe No. ,12, of StJite{^(?n\v°'Ption hereinafter inserted, amend- 
ing this aaflUof;. 



1862-'63.] Doct'MfiNt Ko. 3. 17 



AMENDMENTS, 



"Whereas, the General Assembly of jSTortli- Carolina, 'by an 
.act passed the sixtli day of January, one thousand eiglit hun- 
dred and thirty-five, entitled " An act concerning a Conven- 
tion to amend the Constitution of the State," and by an act, 
supplemental thereto, passed on the eighth day of January, 
•one thousand eight hundred and thirty-five, did direct that 
polls should be opened in every election precinct throughout 
the State, for the purpose of ascertaining whether it was the 
will of the freemen of North-Carolina that there should be a 
Convention of Delegates, to consider of certain am<indments 
proposed to be made in the Constitution of said State; and 
did further direct, that, if a majority of all the votes polled by 
the freemen of North-Carolina should be in favor of holding 
such Convention, the Governor should, by Proclamation, an- 
nounce the fact, and thereupon the freemen aforesaid should 
elect delegates to meet in Convention at the City of Raleigh, 
on the first Thursday in June, one 1:housand eight hundred 
and thirfy-five, to consider of the said amendments; And 
whereas. ;. majority of the freemen of North-Carolina did, by 
their votes at the polls so opened, declare their will that a 
(Convention sh<juld be had to consider of the amendments pro- 
posed ; and the Governor did, by proclamation, announce the 
fact that their will ha<l been declared, and an election for 
■delegates to meet in Conven-tion as aforesaid, was accordingly^; 
had : Now, therefDre, we, the delegates of the good people of 
North- Carolina, having assembled in Convention, at the City 
of E-aleigh, on the first Thursday in June, one thousand eight 
hundred and thirty-five, and having continued in session from 
day to day, until the eleventh of July, one thousand eight 
Lundrcd and thirty-five, for the more deliberate consideratioR 



18^ Document "Eo Z\ [Session? 

of said amendments, do now submit to the determination of 
all the qualified voters of the State, the following amendments 
m the Constitution thereof, that is to say : 

ARTICLE 1 

SECTIOJr I. 

The Senate of this State shall consist of fifty Eepresenta- 
tives, biennially chosen bj ballot, and to be elested by dis- 
tricts ; which districts shall be laid off by the General Assem- 
bly, at its first session after the year one thousand eight hun- 
dred and forty-one;, and afterwards at its first session after 
the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one ; and then 
every twenty years thereafter, in proportion to the public 
taxes paid into the Treasury of the State by the citizens there- 
of ;. and the average of the public taxes paid by each county 
into the Treasury of the State, for the five years preceding 
the laying off of the districts, shall be considered as its pro- 
portioYi of the public taxes, and constitute the basis of appor- 
tionment } Promded, That no county shall be divided in the 
formation of a Senatorial District. And when there are one 
or more counties, having an excess of taxation above the ratio 
to form a Senatorial district, adjoining a county or counties 
deficient in such ratio, the excess or excesses aforesaid shall 
be added to the taxation of the cousty or counties deficient ; 
and if, with such addition, the county or counties receiving it 
shall have the requisite ratio, such county and counties each 
shall constitute a Senatorial district. 

The House of Commons shall be composed of one hundred 
and twenty Representatives biennially chosen by ballot, to- 
be elected by counties according to their federal population, 
that is, according to their respective numbers, which shall be 
determined by adding to the whole number of free persons^ 
including those bound to service for a term of years, and ex- 
cluding Indians not taxed, three-fifths of all other persons ; 
and each county shall have at least one member in the House 



16C2-'63.] DocuiiENT No. 3. 19 

of Commons, although it may not contain the rec[ui8ite ratio 
of population. 

This appoi'tionment shall be made by the General Assembly, 
at the respective times and periods when the districts for the 
Senate are herein before directed to be laid off; and the said 
apportionment shall be made according to an enumeration to 
be ordered by the General Assembly, or according to the 
Census which may be taken by order of Congress, next pre- 
^ ceding the period of making such apportionment. 

In making the apportionment in the House of Commons, 
the ratio of representation shall be ascertained by dividing 
the amount of federal population in the State, after deducting 
that comprehended within those counties which do not sev- 
erally contain the one hundred and twentieth part of the 
entire Federal population aforesaid, by the number of Eep- 
resentativesless than the number assigned to the said counties. 
To each county containing the said ratio, and not twice the 
said ratio, there shall be assigned one representative; to each 
county containing twice, but not three times the said ratio, 
there shall be assigned two Representatives, and so on pro- 
gressively, and the remaining Representatives shall be as- 
signed severally to the counties having the largest fractions. 

SECTION II. 

Until the first session of the General Assembly which shall 
be had after the year eighteen hundred and forty-one, the 
Senate shall be composed of members to be elected from the 
eeveral districts hereinafter named, that is to say, the 1st dis- 
trict shall consist of the counties of Perquimans and Pasquo- 
tank; the 2d district, of Camden and Currituck; the Sd dis- 
trict, of Gates and Chowan; the 4th district, "Washington and 
Tyrrell; the 5th district, !N;orthainpton; the 6tli district, Hert- 
ford; the 7th district, Bertie; the 8th district, Martin; tlie 
9th district, Halifax; the 10th district, Nash; the 11th dis- 
trict. Wake; the 12th district, Franklin; the 13th district, 
Johnston; the 14th district, Warren, the 15th district, Edge- 



30 Document Ko. 1. [SessioQ 

combe; the 16th district, Wayne; the 17th district, Greene 
and Lenoir; the 18th district, Pitt; the 19th district, Bean- 
fort and Hyde; the 20th district, Carteret and Jones; the 
2l8t district, Craven; the 22d district, Chatham; the 23d dis- 
trict, Granville; the 24:th district Person; the 25th district; 
Cumberland; tlie 20th district, Sampson; the 27th district, 
!Xew Hanover; the 28th district, Dnplin; the 29th district, 
Onslow; the 30th district, Brunswick, Bladen and Columbus; 
the &lst district, Kobeson and Richmond; the 32d district, 
Anson; the 33d district, Cabarrus; the 34th district Moore 
and Montgomery; the 35th district, Caswell; the 36th dis- 
trict, Eockingham; the 37th district. Orange; the 38th dis- 
trict, Randolph; the 39th district Guilford; the 40th district, 
Stokes, the 41st district, Rowan; the 42d district, Davidson; 
the 43d district, Surry; the 44th district, "Wilkes and Ashe; 
the 45th district, Burke and Yancy; the 46th district, Lin- 
coln; the 47th district, Iredell; the 48th district, Rutherford; 
tlie 49th district, Bumcombe, Haywood and Macon; and the 
50th district, Mecklenburg; each district to be entitled to one 
Senator. 

Until the first session of the General Assemblj' after the 
year eighteen hundred and forty-one, the House of Commons 
shall be composed of members elected from the counties in 
the following manner, viz : The counties of Lincoln and Or- 
ange shall elect four members each. The counties of Burke, 
Chatham, Granville, Guilford, Halifax, Iredell, Mecklenburg, 
Rowan, Rutherford, Surry, Stokes, and Wake, shall elect 
three members each. The counties of Anson, Beaufort, Ber- 
tie, Buncombe, Cumberland, Craven, Caswell, Davidson, 
Duplin, Edgecombe, Franklin, Johnson, Montgomery, New 
Hanover, Northampton, Person, Pitt, Randolph, Robeson, 
Richmond, Rockingham, Sampson, Warren, Wayne and 
Wilkes, shall elect two members each. The counties of Ashe, 
Bladen, Biunswick, Camden, Columbus, Chowan, Currituck, 
Carteret, Cabarrus, Gates, Greene, Haywood, Hertford, Hyde, 
Jones, Lenoir, Macon, Moore, Martin, Nash, Onslow, Pas- 



lS62-'63.] Document No. 3- 21 

quotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell, Washington and Yancy, shall 
elect one member each. 



SECTION in. 

Each member of the Senate shall have usually resided in 
the district for which he is chosen, for one year immediately 
preceeding his election, and for the same time shall have pos- 
sessed and continue to possess, in the district which he repre- 
sents, not less than three hundred acres of land in fee. 

All freemen of the age of twenty-one years, (except as is 
hereinafter declared) who have been inhabitants of any one 
district within the State, twelve months immediately preceed- 
ing the da}'- of any election, [and possessed of a freehold with- 
in the same district of fifty acres of land, for six months next 
before and at the day of election, shall be entitled^to vote for 
a member of the Senate.] 

Ko free negro, free mulatto, or free person of mixed blood, 
descended from negro ancestors, to the fourth generation, in- 
clusive, (though one ancestor of each generation may have 
been a white person,) shall vote for members of the Senate or 
House of Commons. 

SECTION IV. 

In the election of all officers, whose appointment is confer- 
red on the General Assembly by the Constitution, the vuio 
shall be viva voce. 

The General Assembly shall hav* power to pass laws regu- 
lating the mode of appointing and removing Militia Officers. 

The General Assembly shall have power to pass general 
laws, regulating divorce and alimony, but shall not have pow- 
er to grant a divorce, or secure alimony, in any individual 
case. 

The General Assembly shall not have power to pass any 
])rivate law, to alter the name of any person, or to legitimate 
any persons not born in lawful wedlock, or to restore to the 
rights of citizenship, any person convicted of an infamous 



22 Document No. 3. [Session 

crime ; but shall have power to pass general laws regulating 
the same. 

The General Assembly shall not pass any private law, un- 
less it shall be made to appear, that thirty days notice of ap- 
plication to pass such law shall have been given, under such 
directions and in such manner as shall be provided by law. 

If vacancies shall occur by death, resignation or otherwise, 
before the meeting of the General Assembly, writs may be 
issued by the Governor, under such regulations as may be 
prescribed by law. 

The General Assembly shall meet biennially, and at each 
biennial session shall elect, by joint vote of the two Houses, 
a Secretary of State, Treasurer, and Council of State, who 
shall continue in office for the term of two years. 

ARTICLE II. 

The Governor shall be chosen by the qualified voters for the 
members of the House of Commons, at such time and place as 
members of the General Assemblj^ are elected.* 

He shall hold his office for the term of two years from the 
time of his installation, and until another shall be elected and 
qualified ; but he shall not be eligible more than four years in 
any term of six years. 

The returns of every election for Governor, shall be sealed 
np and transmitted to the seat of Government, by the return- 
ing officers, directed to the Speaker of the Senate, mIio shall 
open and publish them in the presence of a majority of the 
members of both Houses of the General Assembly. The per- 
son having the highest number of votes shall be Governor ; 
but if two or more shall be equal and highest in votes, one of 
them shall be chosen Governor by joint vote of both Houses 
of the General Assembly. 

Contested elections for Governor, shall be determined by 



* See ordinance No. 36, of the State Convention hereinafter inserted, 
amending this section. 



lS62-'63.] DocDMEOT No. 3. 23 

both Houses of the General Assembly, in such manner as 
shall be prescribed by law. 

The Governor eject shall enter on the duties of the office, 
on the first day of January next after his election, having pre- 
viously taken the oaths of office in the presence of the mem- 
bers of both branches of the General Assembly, or before the 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, who, in case the Gov- 
ernor elect should be prevented from attendance before the 
General Assembly, by sickness or other unavoidable cause, is 
authorised to administer the same. 

AETICLE ni. 

SECTION I. 

The Governor, Judges of the Supreme Court, and Judges 
of the Superior Courts, and all other officers of this State, (ex- 
cept Justices of the Peace and Militia officers,) may be im- 
peached for wilfully violating any Article of the Constitution, 
mal-administration, or corruption. 

Judgment, in cases of impeachment, shall not extend fur- 
ther than to removal from office, and disqualification to hold 
and enjoy any office of honor, trust, or profit under this State; 
but the party convicted may, nevertheless, be liable to indict- 
ment, trial, judgment, and punishment, according to law. 

The House of Commons shall have the sole power of im- 
peachment. The Senate shall have the sole power to try all 
impeachments ; no person shall be convicted upon any im- 
peachment, unless two-thirds of the Senators present shall 
concur in such conviction ; and before the trial of any im- 
peachment, the members of the Senate shall take an oath or 
affirmation, truly and impartially to try and determine the 
chflrge in question, according to evidence. 

■ ' SECTION II. 

Any Judge of the Supreme Court, or of the Superior Courts, 
may be vemoved from office for mental or physical inability, 



24 Document JSTo. 3, [Session 

upon a concurrent resolution of two-thirds of both branches 
of the General Assembly. The Judge against whom the Leg- 
islature may be about to proceed, shall receive notice thereof, 
accompanied by a copy of the causes alleged for his removal, 
at least twenty days before the day on which either branch of 
the General Assembly shall act thereon. 

The salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court, or of the 
Superior Courts, shall not be diminished during their contin- 
uance in office. 

SECTION ni. 

Upon the conviction of any Justice of the Peace of any 
infamous crime, or of corruption and mal-practice in office, 
the commission of such Justice shall bo thereby vacated, and 
he shall be forever disqualified from holding such appoint- 
ment. 

SECTION IV. 

The General Assembly, at its first session after the year one 
thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, and from time to 
time thereafter, shall appoint an Attorney-General, who shall 
be commissioned by the Governor, and shall^ hold his office 
for the term of four years ; but if the General Assembly should 
hereafter extend the term during which the Solicitors of the 
State shall hold their offices, then they shall have power to 
extend tlje term of office of the Attorney General to the same 
period. 

ARTICLE TV. 

SECTION I. 

Ko Convention of the People shall be called by the General 
Assembly, unless by the concurrence of two-thirds of all the 
members of each House of the General Assembly. 

No part of tliC Constitution of this State shall be altered, 
unless a bill to alter the same shall have been read three 
times in each House of the General Assembly, and agreed to 
by three-fifths of the whole number of members of each 



1862-'63.] Document No. 3. 25 

House respectively ; nor sliall any alteration take place until 
the Bill so agreed to shall have been published six months 
previous to a new election of members to the General Assem- 
bly. If, after such publication, the alteration proposed by the 
preceding General Assembly, shall be agreed to in the first 
session thereafter, by two-thirds of the whole representation in 
each House of the General Assembly, after the same shall have 
been read three times, on three several days, in each House, 
then the said General Assembly shall prescribe a mode by 
which the Amendment or Amendments may be submitted to 
the qualified voters of the House of Commons throughout the 
State ; and if, upon comparing the votes given in the whole 
State, it shall appear that a majority of the voters have ap- 
proved thereof, then, and not otherwise, the same shall be- 
come a part of the Constitution. 

SECTION II. 

The thirty-second section of the Constitution shall be amen- 
ded to read as follows: — 'No person who shall deny the being 
of God, or the truth of the Christian Eeligion, or the divine 
authority of the Old or New Testament, or who shall hold re- 
ligious principles incompatible with the freedom or safety of 
the State, shall be capable of holding any ofiice or place of 
trust or profit in the civil depai'tment within this State."'' 

SECTION III. 

Capitation tax shall be equal throughout the State upon all 
individuals subject to the same. 

All free males over the age of twenty-one years, and under 
the age of forty-five years, and all slaves over the age of twelve 
years, and under the age of fifty years, shall be subject to Cap- 
tation tax, and no other person shall be subject to such tax ; 



* See ordinance No. 22, of the State Convention hereinafter inserted, 
amending this section. 



26 Document No. 3. [Session 

provided, that nothing herein contained shall prevent exemp- 
tions of taxable polls as heretofore prescribed by law in casea 
of bodily infirmity.* 

SECTION iv. 

Ko person who shall hold any office or place of trnst or 
profit under the United States, or any department thereof, 
or nnder this State, or any other State or Government, shall 
hold or exercise any other office or place of trustor profit under 
the authority of this State, or be eligible to a seat in either 
House of the General Assembly: Provided, that nothing 
Iierein contained shall extend to officers in the Militia or 
Justices of the Peace.f 

Ratified in Convention, this eleveniU day of July, in the year 
of our Lord cne thousand eight hundred and thirty five. 

KATHANIEL MACON, President 

Edmund B. Freeman, Secretary of the Convention. 
Joseph D. Ward, Assistant Secretary. 



* See ordinance No. 13, of the State Convention hereinafter inserted, 
amending this section. 

t See ordinance No. 14, of the State Convention hereinafter inserted 
amending this section. 



1862-'63.] Document Xo. 3. 2T 



AK 0RDI!<<"ANCE TO CARRY INTO EFFECT THE 
AMENDED CONSTITUTION. 



Be it ordained and declared hy the Delegates to this Con- 
vention^ i?i Convention assembled, and it is hereby ordainedhy 
the authority of the same, That the amendments to the Con- 
stitution of this State, adopted by thisConTeiition, be submit- 
ted by the Governor to the people on tlie second Monday in 
November next, thirty days notice liaving been given, and 
that the Polls be opened by the respective Sheriffs, and kept 
open for three successive days, at the several election pre- 
cincts in each and every county in the State, under the same 
rules and regulations as now exist for the election of members 
to the General Assembly. That the said Sheriffs be required 
to compare and certify the results of the elections, on or be- 
fore the Monday following, and transmit the same in twenty 
days thereafter to the Governor of the State. That all per- 
sons qualified to vote for members of the House of Commons, 
may vote for or against a ratification of the amendments. 
Those who wish a ratification of the amendments, voting with 
a printed or written ticket, ^^ Ratification''' — those of a con- 
trary opinion," liejectiony 

Further, That it shall be the duty of the Sheriffs to make 
duplicate statements of the polls in their respective counties, 
sworn to before the Clerk of the County Court; one copy of 
which shall be deposited in said Clerk's office, and the other 
copy transmitted to the Governor of the State, at Raleigh. 

Be it farther ordained hy the authority of the same. That 
when the returns aforesaid shall have been received, the same 
shall be opened by the Governor in the presence of the Sec- 
retary of State and Treasurer; and in case a majority of the 
votes polled shall be in favor of a ratification of the amend- 



28 Document Ko. 3. TSessio 

merits, tlie same shall be forthwith made known "by a Procla- 
mation of the Governor to the people of the State. And 
thereupon, the Governor shall cause to be endorsed on the 
amendments, as enrolled by order of the Convention, or shall 
annex thereunto, a certificate under his signature, declaring 
that the said amendments have been ratified by the people 
of JS'orth-Carolina; and the Secretary of State shall counter- 
sign the said certificate, and annex thereto the great Seal of 
the State; and. the said amendments so enrolled with the cer- 
tificate aforesaid shall be forever kept among the archives of 
the State, in the ofiice of the Secretary aforesaid. 

Be it farther ordained hy the authority aforesaid^ That the 
amendments thus ratified shall take efifect, and be in force, 
from and after the first day of January, A. D., one thousand 
eight hundred and thirty-six : Provided^ however, that the 
Governor, the Council of State, the Secretary of State and the 
Public Treasurer, who may then be in office, shall severally 
continue to exercise their respective functions until the Gov- 
ernor, Council of State, Secretary of State and Public Treas- 
urer, appointed under the amended Constitution, shall enter 
upon the duties of their office. 

Mat'ified in Convention, this eleventh day of July ^ A. D.^ 
one thousand eight hundred and thirty -five. 

NATHANIEL MACON, President, 

Edmund B. Preeman, Secretary of the Convention, 
JosEFH D. "Ward, Assistant Secretary. 



!862-'63.3 DocuMEiiT No. 3. .29 



GOYERXOR^S CERTIFICATE. 



I, David L. Swain, Governor of the State of Xortli-Caroli- 
Tia, do liereby certify, tliat the within Amendments to the 
Constitution, proposed by a Convention held in the -City of 
Raleigh on the 4th day of June last, were submitted for rati- 
fication or rejection to the good people of the State, according 
to an ordinance of the said Convention ; that the returns of 
all the votes given were made to me, and by me duly open- 
ed, in the presence of the Secretary of State and Public Trea- 
surer, and that a majority of tlie votes so given and returned 
was in favor of ratification : And I do therefore certify, de- 
clare, and make known, that the within Amendments have 
been ratified by the good people of the State, have become 
part of the Constitution, and, as such, will have full force, 
effect and operation, from and after the first day of January 
next. 

In witn5:ss whereof, I have signed this certificate, 

and have caused the Secretary of State to coun- 

[L. S.] tersign the same, and to affix the Great Seal 

of the State hereunto. 

Done at Raleigh, this fourth day of December, A. 

D. eighteen hundred and thirty-five. 

D. L. SWAIN. 
By the Governor^ 

"Wii. IIiLL, Secretary yf State. 



Doc. Xo. 3.] 



Docu^rENT, No, 3, [Session 



AMENDMENT. 



AN ACT TO AMEND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NOETH 

CAROLINA. 

Whereas, at the session of the last General Assembly, be- 
gun and held at Raleigh, on the third Monday of November, 
in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty- 
four, a bill entitled " A bill to amend the Constitution of th(} 
State of North-Carolina," was read three times in each house 
of the said General Assembly, and agreed to by three-fifths of 
the whole number of members of each house respectively : 
and whereas, the bill so agreed to, hath been duly published 
sis months previous to the election of the members of thia 
present General Assembly, according to the clause of section 
one of article foiir of the amended constitution, and the direc- 
tions contained in the second section of the said bill ; and it 
is the intention by this bill to agree to the preamble and first 
section of the bill aforesaid, containing the said alteration of 
the constitution of this State : and whereas, a large number of 
the people are disfranchised by the freehold qualification now 
required of voters for members of the Senate ; therefore, 

SECTION I. 

Be it enacted hy the General Assembly of the State of North 
Carolina^ and it is Jiereby enacted hy the authority of the 
same, (two-thirds of the whole number of members of each 
house concurring,) That the second clause of the third section of 
the first article of the amended constitution, ratified by the peo- 
ple of North-Carolina, on the second Monday of November, in 
the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and thirty -five, shali 



IS62-'C3.] DoccMEj^T. No. 3. 31 

be amended to read as follows : " Every free white man of 
the age of twenty-one years being a native or naturalized cit- 
izen of the United States, and who has been an inhabitant 
of the State for twelve months immediately preceding the day 
of any election, and shall have paid public taxes, shall be en- 
titled to vote for a member of the Senate for the district in 
whi-eh h« resides." SjRat'iJied, the IXih (hiy of DecemhQi\ 1856.] 



A SUPPLEMENTARY ACT TO TAKE THE SENSE OF THE PEOPLE OF THE 
STATE RELATIVE TD TKK PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTI- 
ITTTION. 

Whereas, a IdIII to amend the Constitution of the Slate of 
Xorth-Carolina, has been read in each house of th« present 
General Assembly on three several da^'s, and agreed to by 
two-thirds of each house respectively, in the precise words 
following: "A bill to amend the Constitution of the State of 
Xorth-CaroHna f 

Whereas, at the session of the last General Assembly,, be-- 
gun and held at Raleigh, on the third Monday of Kovemb-er^ 
in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fiftv- 
four, a bill entitled " a bill to amend the Constitution of the 
State of North-Carolina," was read three times in each honse 
of the said General Assembly, and agreed to by three-fifths 
of the whole number of members of each house respectively. 
And whereas, the bill so agreed to hath been duly published 
six months previous to the election of the nfiembers of thi* 
present General Assembly, according to the clause of sectioii 
one of article four of the amended Constitution, and the di- 
rections contained in the second section of the said bill ; andl 
it is the intention, by this bill, to agree to the preamble and 
first section of the bill aforesaid, containing the said alteratioa 
of the Constitution of this State : And, whereas, a large num- 
ber of the people are disfranchised by the freehold qualifica- 
tion now required of voters for members of the Senate ; there. 



32 Document I^o. 3. [Session 

fore, Be it enacted Tjy the General Assemhly of the State of 
North- Carolina, and it is hereby enacted hy the authority of 
the same, two-thirds of the whole nu^rcber of members of each 
house concurring, That the second clause of the third section 
of the first article of the amended constitution, ratified by the 
people of ISTortli-Carolina, on the second Monday of JSTovera- 
ber, in the )'ear of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty-live, 
shall be amended to read as follows : " Every free white man 
of the age of twenty-one years, being a native or naturalized 
citizen of the United States, and who has been an inhabitant 
of the State for twelve months immediately preceding the day 
of any election, and shall have paid public taxes, shall be en- 
titled to vote for a member of the Senate for the district in 
which he resides." 

SECTION 3. 

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of 
North-Cardina, and it is hereby enacted by the aidhority of 
the same, That the foregoing amendment to the Constitution 
of this State, as embodied in the preceding section, be sub- 
mitted by the Governor to the people on the fii'st Thursday 
in August, 1857, sixty days notice having been given in ten 
newspapers. 

SECTION II. 

Be it further enacted. That the courts of pleas and quarter 
sessions, of the several counties in the State, at the term there- 
of to be held next after the first day of April, 1857, shall ap- 
point two inspectors to superintend the polls to be opened at 
each and every separate election precinct in the said counties, 
for ascertaining the will of the freemen of North-Carolina rel- 
ative to the ratification of said amendment; and if any such 
court or courts shall fail to make such appointments, or if any 
person so appoijited shall fail to appear and act as such at the 
election hereinafter directed to be held, it shall be the duty 
of the sheriff of the county, or his deputy at any precinct, 
with the.9.dvi,Ge -c^^ arije justice of the peace, or if no justice be 



lS62-'63.] Document Ko. 3. 33 

present, with the advice "of three freeholders, to appoint an 
inspector where the court shall have failed to make an ap- 
pointment, or in place of any person who has been appointed 
and failed to appear and act; and the inspector or inspectors 
thus appointed, after being duly sworn faithfully to perform 
their duties in such election, shall have the same authority as 
if appointed by a court as aforesaid. 

SECTION in. 

Be it further enacted^ That it shall be the duty of the 
sheriffs, in each and every county in the State to open polls at 
the several election precincts in his county, on thelirst Thurs- 
day in August, 1S57, and the same shall be kept open for one 
day, from the hour of ten o'clock in the morning to the hour 
of six o'clock in the afternoon, under the same rules and reg- 
ulations as now exist for the election of members of the Gen- 
eral Assembly, when all persons qualified according to the 
constitution to vote for members of the House of Commons 
may vote for or against a ratification of the said amendment; 
those desiring such amendment to vote with a written or 
printed ticket "Approved," those of a contrary opinion to 
vote with a written or printed ticket, "Not Approved." That 
said sheriffs shall compare and certify the results of the elec- 
tions, on or before tlio Saturday following, and transmit the 
same in twenty days thereafter to the Governor of the State. 

SECTION IV. 

Ba it farther enacted, That it shall be the duty of said 
sheriffs to make a duplicate return of the polls, in their respec- 
tive counties, sworn to. before the clerk of the county court, 
one copy of which shall be deposited in said clerk's office, and 
the other copy transmitted to the Governor of the State at 
Raleigh, within twenty days after the holding of said polls, 



34 Document Ko. B. [Sessioni 



SECTION V. 



Be it further enacted, That the slieriffsbe allowed tliosame 
compensation for this as other elections; and any sheriff or 
other officer appointed to hold sard election who shall fail in 
his duty according to the reqniremeDts of this act, ?hall for- 
feit and pa}' to the State the sum of one thousand dollars to 
he recovered in a suit to be immediately instituted by the so- 
licitor of the circuit before the superior court of the county. 



SECTION VI. 



Be it further enacted. That it shall be the duty of the Gov- 
ernor, as soon as he shall have received the returns of the 
sheriffs, in the presence of the Secretary of State, Public 
Treasurer and Comptroller, to compare the votes for and 
against a ratification of said amendment ; and if it shall ap- 
pear that a majority of the votes polled are in favor of it, he 
ehall forthwith issue his proclamation, announcing the result ; 
and thereupon, the Governor shall cause to be endorsed on 
the said amendment as enrolled by the two houses of this 
General Assembly, and shall annex thereunto a certificate 
under his signature, declaring the said amendment has been 
ratified by the people of North-Carolina ; and the Secretary 
of State shall countersign the said certificate, and annex there- 
to the great seal of the State, and the said amendment, so en- 
rolled with the certificate aforesaid, shall be forever kept 
among the archives of the State, in the office of the Secretary 
aforesaid. [Ratified the Sth day Jamtary^ 1857.] 



1862-'63.] Document No. 3. 35 



PEOCLAMATION. 



6TATE OF NORTH-CAROLINA. 

Whereas, the last General Assembly, by an act entitled 
"A supplementary act to take the sense of the people of the 
State relative to the proposed amendment of the Constitution," 
did enact as follows : 

" Whereas, a bill to amend the Constitution of the State of 
Korth-Carolina, has been read in each house of the present 
General Assembly on three several days, and agreed to by 
two-thirds of each house respectively, in the precise words 
following : "A bill to amend the Constitution of the State of 
Korth-Carolina :" 

Whereas, at the session of the last General Assembly, be- 
gun and held at Ealeigh, on the third Monday of November, 
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty- 
four, a bill, entitled "a bill to amend the Constitution of the 
State of North-Carolina," was read three times in each house 
of the said General Assembly, and agreed to by three-fifths 
of the whole number of members of each house respectively. 
And whereas, the bill so agreed to hath been duly published 
six months previous to the election of the members of this 
present General Assembly, according to the clause of section 
one of article four of the amended Constitution, and the direc- 
tions contained in the second section of the said bill ; and it 
is the intention, by this bill, to agree to the preamble and 
first section of the bill aforesaid, containing the said alteration 
of the Constitution of this State : And whereas, a large num- 
ber of the people are disfranchised by the freehold qualifica- 
tion now required of voters for members of the Senate ; there- 
fore, Be it enacted hy the General AsscmUy of the State oj 



so Document Wo. Sv [SessioDi 

North- Carolina^ and it is hereby enacted hy the authority of 
the same, tioo-ihirds of the whole nu^nher of memhei's of each 
house conciivring, That the second clause of the tliifd section 
of the first article of the amended Constitution, ratified by the 
people of Korth-Carolina, on the second Monday of Novem- 
ber, in the year of our Lord, eightetjn hundred and thirty -live,, 
shall be amended to read as follows: '■'- Ewry free white man 
of the age of tweniy-one years, heing a native or naturalized 
citizen cf the United States, and who has heen an inhabitant 
of the State for twelve months immediately preceding the day 
of any election, and shall have paid 'public taxes, shall be en- 
titled to vote for a memher cf the Senate far the district in 
which he resides^ 

And whereas, it was further provided by the said act, "that 
the foregoing amendment to the Constitution of this State, as 
embodied in the preceding section, be submitted by the Gov- 
ernor to the people on the first Thursday in August, 1857, 
sixty days notice having been given in ten newspapers." 

Now, therefore, I do hereby give notice to all persons en- 
titled to vote for members of the House of Commons, that 
polls will be opened on the first Thursday in August next, by 
the sheriffs of the respective counties at the election precincts 
within the same, to take the sense of the said voters as to the 
ratification of said amendment to the Constitution of the State ; 
those for ratification to vote M'ith a written or printed ticket 
— '■'■ Approved f^ those opposed thereto to vote with a similar 
ticket — " Not approved^'' 

Given under my hand, as Governor of the State of 
[L. S.] North-Carolina, at the Executive office in the city 
of Ealeigh, on the 18th day of May, A. D., 1857. 
By the Governor: ' THOS. BRAGG. 

Pulaski Cowpee, Pr. Sec'y^ 

May 18, 1857. 



1362-'63.] Document No. 3. 37 



A PROCLAMATION. 

BY HIS EXCELLENCY, THOMAS BKAGG, GOTEENOK OF THE STATE OF 
NORTH-CAROLINA. 

Whereas, pursuant to the provisions of an act of the last 
General Assembly, entitled, " x\ snpj)lementary act to take 
the sense of the people of the State, relative to the proposed 
amendment of the Constitution," an election was held in the 
several counties in the State, on the first Thursday in August 
last, at which it was submitted to the voters qualified to vote 
for members of the House of Commons, whether the second 
clase of the third section of the first article of the amended 
Constitution, ratified by the people of North-Carolina, on the 
second Monday of November, in the year of our Lord, eigh- 
teen hundred and thirty-five, should be amended to read as 
follows : 

" Eveiy free white man of the age of twenty-one years, be- 
ing a native or naturalized citizen of the United States, and 
who has been an inhabitaiTt of the State for twelve months im- 
mediately proceeding the day of any election, and shall have 
paid public taxes, shall be entitled to vote for a member of ! lie 
Senate for^the district in which he resides."* 

Those for a ratification of the said proposed amendment to 
vote with a written or printed ticket, " Apjyrovedy and those 
against the ratification thereof to vote with a similar ticket, 
'• Not AiyprovedP 

And whereas, the result of the voting upon the said pro- 
posed amendment, in the several counties of the State, has 
been duly certified and returned tome by the sheriffs thereof; 
and I have carefully compared the said returns, in conformity 



* See ordinance No. 23, of Stale Convention hereinafter inserted, amend- 
in* this act. 



88 Document No. 2. [Session 

witli the provisions of the Act aforesaid, in the presence of 
the Secretary of State, Treasurer and Comptroller of the State, 
from which comparison it appears that there were cast at the 
said election fifty thousand and ninety-five votes ''^ Ajp^rovedP 
And nineteen thousand three hundred and eighty-two votes 
'' Not ApprovecV 

!Now, therefore, I do issue this, my Proclamation, and do 
hereby make known to all the good people of the State of 
jN^orth-Carolina, that the said proposed amendment has been 
approved and ratified, and is now a part of the Constitution 
of this State. 

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my 

[L. S.] hand, and caused the Great Seal of the State of 

JSorth- Carolina, to be hereunto affixed. Done at 

the city of Kaleigh, on the tenth day of September, A. D., 

1857, and in the 82d year of American Independence. 

THOS. BEAGG. 
By the Governor : 
FcLABKi CowPER, Private Secretary. 



18C2-'63.] DoccMENT Xo. 3. 



AMENDMENTS 

Made to iJie Go7ist'itution hy a Convention of the State, which 
assembled in Raleigh the 20th day of May, 1861. 



[No. 40.] 

AN ORDINANCE DECLARING WHAT ORDINAN- 
CES OF THIS CONVENTION SHALL IIAYE PER. 
MANENT OPERATION. 

Section 1. Be it ordained hy the DeUgates of the people of 
North Carolina in Convention assemhled, and it is hereby or- 
dained by the authority of the same, That the following Ordi- 
nances passed by tliis Convention shall be of permanent oper- 
ation, and be irrepealable by the General Assembly, name- 
Iv: 

I. An ordinance to dissolve the nnion between the State of 
North Carolina and the other Slates united with her under 
the compact of Government, entitled " The Constitution of the 
United States." 

II. " An Ordinance defining Treason against the State." 

III. " An Ordinance to ratify the Constitution of the Pro- 
visional Government of the Confederate States of America." 

IV. " An Ordinance to ratify the Constitution of the Con- 
federate States of America." 

V. " An Ordinance to amend the fourth section of the fourth 
article of the Amendments to the Constitution." 

VI. " An Ordinance in relation to Taxation." 

VII. " An Ordinance to secure to certain officers and sol- 
diers the right to vote." 

VIII. " An Ordinance in relation to taking to the yeas and 
nays in the General Assembly." 



40 Document I^o. 3. [Sossion 

IX. "An Ordinance to amend the second section of the 
fourth article of the Amendments to the Constitution." 

X. "An Ordinance in relation to electors ot the Senate." 
XL " An Ordinance concerning the election of Gover- 
nor." 

XII. "An Ordinance to allow certain persons to vote for 
Governor in any other county than that in which thev re- 
side." 

Sec. 2. Beit further ordained, That all other ordinances and 
resolutions passed by this Convention at any of its sessions, 
shall have the force and effect only of acts of ordinary leg- 
gislation, and may be repealed or modified at the pleasure of 
the General Assemby, in the same manner and to the same 
extent that public statutes are liable to repeal or modification. 
{Ratified the loth day of May, 1862.] 



[Xo. 1.] 

AN ORDIITANCE TO DISSOLA^E THE UKIOK BE- 
T\YEEX THE STATE OF NORTH-CAROLINxV AXD 
THE OTHER STATES UNITED WITH HER UNDER 
THE COMPACT OF GOVERNMENT ENTITLED 
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. 

We, the people of the State of North Carolina, in Conve7i- 
tion assembled, do declare and ordain, and it is herehy declared 
and ordained, That the ordinance adopted by the State of 
North Carolina in the Convention of 1789, whereby the Con- 
stitution of the United States was ratified and adopted, and 
also, all acts and parts of acts of the General Assembly, rati- 
fying and adopting amendments to the said Constitution, are 
hereb}^ repealed, rescinded and abrogated. 

We do further declare and ordain. That the union now sub- 
sisting between the State of North Carolina and the other 
States, under the title of the United States of America, is here- 



lSG2-'63.] Document No. 3. 41 

by dissolved, and that tlie State of Nortli-Carolina is in the 
full possession and exercise of all those rights of sovereignty 
which belong and appertain to a free and independent State. 
{Ratified the "IQth day of Hay, 1881.] 



[K-o. T.] • 

AX ORDIXAXCE DEFINING- TREASON AGAINST 
THE STATE. 

Be it ordained hy this Convention, and -it is Jierehy ordained 
hj the authority (j- the sarox as follows : Treason against the 
State of North-Carolina, shall consist only in levying ^v^ar 
against her, or in adhering to her enemies, giving them aid 
and comfort. No person shall be convicted of Treason unless 
on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or 
confession in open court. {Ratified the IS^i day of June, L861. 



[No. IG.] 

AN ORDINANCE TO RATIFY THE CONSTITUTION 
OF THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE 
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA. 

TFt', the-peofle of North-Oarolina, in Convention assevibled, 
do declare and ordain, and it is herehy declared and ordained, 
That the State of North-Carolina does hereby assent to, and 
ratify the Constitution for the Provisional Government of the 
Confederate States of America, adopted at Montgomery, in 
the State of Alabama, on the 8th day of February, A. D., 
1861, by the Convention of Delegates from tlie States of South 
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisi- 
ana; and that North Carolina will enter into the federal asso- 
ciation of the States upon the terms therein proposed, when 



42 X Document No 3. [Session 

admitted bj the Congress or any competent authority of the 
Confederate States. 

Done at Raleigh, the twentieth day of May, in the year of 
our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one. [Ra'i- 
fed the ^Qih day of June, 1861.] 



[Xo. ll.j 

AN ORDINANCE TO RATIFY THE CONSTITUTION 
OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA. 

Whereas, On the eleventh day of March, A. D., X361, at 
Montgomery, in the State of Alabama, a Constitution was 
adopted by a Congress of delegates from the States of Ala- 
bama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina 
and Texas, united under the name of the Confederate States 
of America, which Constitution hath been ratified by eacli 
of the said States : 

Now, therefore, this Convention, having seen and consid- 
ered the said Constitution, doth, in behalf of the people of 
t])e State of North Carolina, adopt and ratify the said Con- 
stitution and form oi Government, the tenor of which appears 
in a schedule hereto aYinexed. 



[No. 14.] 

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE 4th SECTION 
OF THE 4th ARTICLE OF THE AMENDMENTS 
TO THE CONSTITUTION. 

Be it ordained hy the Delegates of the people of JVor/h 
Carolina, in Convention assembled, and it is ?ierehy ordained 
hy the authority of the same, That the fourth section of the 
fourth article of the amendments to the Constitution, propos- 
ed and ratified in the year eighteen hundred andthirty-five, be 



1602-O3.] DOCUMENT Ko. S. 43 

amended bj striking out the word United, and inserting ia 
thereof tlie word Confederate, before the word States. [A*^- 
tified the 20th day of June, 1801.] 



[Xo. 22.] 
AX OPwDIXAXCE IX RELATIOX TO TAXATIOX. 

Section 1. Be it ordained, That the tliird section of the 
fourth article of the amendments of the Constitution be and 
the same is Iierebj annulled. 

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That all free males ovev 
the age of twentj-one years and under the age of forty-five 
years, shall be subject to a capitation tax, not less than the 
tax laid on land of the value of three hundred dollars, and no 
other free person nor slave sliall be hable to such taxation ; 
and also land and slaves shall be taxed according to their va- 
lue, and the tax on slaves shall be as much but not more than 
that on land according to their respective values ; but the tax 
on slaves 7nay be laid on their general average value in tlie 
State, or on their value in classes in respect to age, sex, an<i 
other distinctive properties, in the discretion of the Genera! 
Assembly, and the value bo assessed in such modes as may 
be prescribed by law : Prcxvided, That nothing herein con- 
tained shall prevent the exemption fiom taxation of soldiers 
in the public service, or of vtqq males or slaves, in cases of 
bodily or mental infirmity, or of such real estate as hath hi- 
therto been exempted by law. {Ratified the 2otA day f 
Jime, 1S61.] 



[Xo. 31.] 

AX ORDIXAXCE TO SECURE TO CERTAIX OFFICERS 
AXD SOLDIERS THE RIGHT TO VOTE. 

Skction 1. Be it ordained by this Convention and it ig 



4i Document No. 3. FSession 

hereby ordained hy authority of the same, That all officers and 
soldiers in the service of the State, or of the Confederate 
States, who are of the age of twenty-one years, and who are 
citizens of tins State, or who, if within the State, shall be 
absent from their respective counties at elections hereafter 
to be held, if the exigencies of the times shall permit, shall be 
entitled to vote for Sheriffs, Clerks of the County and Superior 
Courts, and members of the General Assembl}'- for their 
respective counties; and shall also be entitled to vote for 
Governor, Electors for President and Vice-President of the 
Confederrite States, and for members of the Confederate 
Congress for their respective districts. 

Sec. 2. Be it further ordained, That three free-holders of 
the respective companies, under the direction of the command- 
ing officers of the regiments to which they belong, shall open 
polls on Thursday before the day appointed for holding elec- 
tions in this State, and said elections shall be conducted in all 
respects according to the laws of this State. The three free- 
holders aforesaid shall prepare a fair copy of the votes polled, 
and shall transmit the same w-ith the list of voters to the 
Sheriffs of their respective counties ; and where officers and 
soldiers in the same companies shall vote in different counties 
or ditfei-ent Congressional districts, the said free-holders shall 
specify accordingly, and make returns to the Sheriffs of the 
different counties above referred to. 

Sec. 3. JBe it further ordained, That the Sheriffs of the re- 
spective counties of this State shall count the votes of the said 
officers and soldiers, if received within seven days after the 
elections ; and they shall not declare the result of the said elec- 
tions until the seven days above mentioned shall have expired. 

Sec. 4. Be it further ordained, That this ordinance shall be 
in force from and after the day of its ratification : Provided, 
This ordinance shall be in force during the existence of the 
present war wnth the United States, and no longer. {_Ratified 
the 26th day of June, 1861.] 





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Ordered to le Printed. 














w. 


w. 


Holden, Printer to the State. 







RULES OF OKDEE, 






PvULES OF OiEDEll FOE THE &OVERKMENT 'OF 

THE SENATE. 

1. It shall be fiie duty «f the Speaker to invite the pastors 
-of tlie -several ckirches in this city, under such arrangements 
a3 they may make ^ainong themselves, to perform the service 
of prstyer, at th« opening of the daily sessions of the Senate. 

2. When- the Speaker takes the chair, each member shall 
take ills seat, and, on the appearance of a qjiorum, the journal 
of the preceding day shall be read. 

3. After the reading of the journal of the preceding day, 
the Senate shall proceed to business in the following order: 
1. The receiving of petitions, memorials, pension certificates, 
and papers addressed either to the General Assembly or to 
the Senate; 2. The Keports of Standing Committees; 3. 
The Reports of Select Committees ; 4. Resolutions ; 5. Bills ; 
6. Bills, resolutions, petitions, memorials, messages, pension 
certificates, and other papers on the table; then, the orders 
of the day. But motions and messages proposing to elect, 
officers shall always be in order. 

4. "When any member is about to speak in debate, or de*- 
Hver any matter to the Senate, he shalW-ise from his seat, s^d 
respectfully address himself to the Speaker, and shall con fee 
lumself to the question under debate, and avoid personajfc); ; 



2 Document Ko. 4. [Session 

and when two or more members happen to rise at once, the 
Speaker is to name the one who is first to speak. Ko mem- 
ber shall speak more than twice on the same question or 
nomination for office, w,itIi9uJ; leave from the Senate ; and 
when any member is speaking, he ?hall not be interrupted by 
any person, either by speaking, or by standing, or by passing 
between him and the Chair. 

5. All bills and resolutions introduced shall pass, as a mat- 
ter of course, the fiirst reading. 

6. If any member, m speaking, or otherwise, trangress the 
rnles of the Senate, the Speaker shall, or any member mayy 
pall him to order; in which ease, the member so called to or- 

4er h^^^^^ immediately sit down, unless permitted to explain ;. 
sad the SeoTfi^e shall, if appealed to, decide on the case, but 
without debate. If there be no appeal, the decision of the 
Chair shall be subjnitted to. If the decision be in favor of 
the mem^ber called to order, he shall be at liberty to proceed ; 
if otherwise, and the case requires it, he shall' be liable to the^ 
censure of the Senate. 

T. When a question is under debate no motion shall be re- 
ceived but to adjoura, to lay on the table, to postpone inde- 
finitely, to postpone to 5s day certain, to commit or to amend ; 
which several motions shall have precedence in the order 
they stand arranged ; and any motion to adjourn or lay on 
the table shall be decided without debate ; and a motion to 
adjourn shall always be in order. 

8. Questions may be stated by the Speaker sitting, but 
shall be put standing. Questions shall be distinctly put in 
this form : " Senators, as many as are of the opinion that, (as 
the case may be,) say Aye ;" atjd, after the affirmative voice 
is expressed, " As many as are of the contrary opinion, say 
No." If the Speaker doubt as to the voice of the majority, 
or a division be called for, the Speaker shall call on those in 
the affirmative of the (question to rise from their seats, and 
afterwards those in the negative. If the Speaker still doubts, 
or. a count be required, the Speaker shall name two mem- 
bers, one from each side, to tell the number in the affirmative, 



1862-63.] Document No. 1. 3 

which being reported, he shall then name two others, on© 
from each side, to tell those in the negative, which being also 
reported, he shall state the decision to the Senate and an- 
nounce the decision. Xo member who was without the bar 
of the Senate when any question was put from the Chair, 
•shall enter his yea or nay without leave, unless he shall have 
been absent on some committee; and the row of pillars shall 
be the bar of the Senate, 

9. When any member shall make a motion, which is not 
of course, he shall reduce the same to writing, if required. 

10. In all cases of election by the Senate, the Speaker shall 
rote ; and when, on a division, there shall be an equal num- 
ber of votes, the Speaker shall decide the question. In no 
other case shall he vote, unless his vote, if given to the mi- 
nority, will make the decision equal; and when an equal de- 
cision is produced by the Speaker's vote, the question shall 
be lost. 

11. No member shall depart the service of the Senate with- 
out leave, or receive pay as a member for the time he is ab- 
sent. 

12. Petitions, memorials, and other papers addressed to the 
Senate, shall be presented by the Speaker, or by a member 
in his place. A brief statement of the contents thereof shall 
verbally be made by the introducer, and the petition, memo- 
rial or other paper, shall not be read, unless so ordered by 
the Senate. 

13. Resolutions for the appropriations of public money, 
and all other resolutions of a public nature, as well as all 
bills, shall be read the first time for infonnation, and upon 
this reading shall not be subject to amendment, but may 
be amended on the second and third readings. And the 
Clerk shall keep a calendar of all such resolutions and bills, 
with the order taken on each, in tlie order in which they are 
introduced, and they shall be taken up and considered as they 
stand on the calendar, unless otherwise ordered; and the cal- 
endar shall be daily revised and kept on the Speaker's table 
for the inspection of members, and all bills shall be numbered 



4 Document Jfo. 4. [Session 

and dispatched in the order in which they stand upon the 
calendar. 

14. All bills of a public nature, when ready for the second 
reading, shall be noted as having been read at least one day 
previous thereto, and then shall be first read for information, 
and then paragraph by paragraph, and held open for amend- 
ment. 

15. After a bill or resolution has been once rejected, post- 
poned indefinitely, or to a day beyond the session, another of 
like provision shall not be introduced during the session. 

16. When a question has been once decided, it shall be in 
order for any member in the majority to move a reconsidera- 
tion thereof, on the same or succeeding day, if the bill, reso- 
lution or paper upon which the question has been taken, be 
in possession of the Senate ; and no bill or resolution of a 
public nature shall be sent from the Senate until ] 2 o'clock 
the succeeding day ; but when the motion to reconsider is 
laid on the table, it shall not again be called up. 

17. When an amendment to be proposed to the Constitu- 
tion is under consideration, a concurrence of two-thirds or 
three-fifths of the members present shall not bo required to 
decide any question for amendments, or extending to the 
merits, short of the final question. 

18. When a question may have been decided by the 
Senate, in which three-fifths or two-thirds of the members 
present are necessary to carry the affirmative, any member 
who voted on that side which prevailed in the question, may 
be at liberty to move a reconsideration ; and a motion for re- 
consideration shall be decided by a majority of votes. 

19. The Speaker shall examine and correct the Journal be- 
fore it is read ; he shall have the general direction of the 
hall ; he shall designate who shall compose all committees, 
except when otherwise ordered ; and the select committees 
of the Senate shall consist of five members. 

20. There shall be appointed by the Speaker, the following 
committees, namely : 

A Committee of Propositions and Grievances. 



lS62-'63.] Document Ko. 4. 5 

A Committee of Privileges and Elections. 
A Committee of Claims. 
A Committee on the Judiciary. 
A Committee on Internal Improvements. 
A Committee on Education and the Literary Fund. 
A Committee on Banks and Currency. 
A Committee on Corporations. 
A Committee on Military Affairs, and 
A Committee on Agriculture, consisting of seven memb- 
ers each. 

21. When the Senate resolves itself into a Committee of 
the Whole, the Speaker shall leave the chair and appoint a 
Chairman ; and when upon any other occasion the Speaker 
wishes to leave the chair, he shall appoint a Speaker ^ro 
ie77i. 

22. When a petition, memorial, or other paper addressed 
to the Senate, shall have been referred either to one of the 
standing or select committees, they shall, in their report on 
the petition, memorial or other paper, make a statement in 
writing of the facts embraced in the case referred. 

23. In case of any disturbance or disorderly conduct in the 
lobby or gallery, the Speaker or Chairman of the Committee 
of the Whole, shall have power to have the same cleared. 

24. ISTo person except members of the House of Commons, 
Officers and Clerks of the two houses of the General Assem- 
bly, Judges of the Supreme and Superior Courts, Officers of 
the State resident at the seat of government, members of 
Congress, persons particularly invited by the Speaker, and 
such gentlemen as have been members of either house of the 
Legislature, shall be admitted within the hall of the Senate. 

25. Any member dissatisfied with the decision of the 
Speaker on any question of order, may appeal to the Senate. 

26. When the Senate adjourns the members shall keep their 
seats until the Speaker leaves the Chair. 

27. Saturday in every week shall be set apart for the con-' 
sideration of private bills and private business, in preference 
to any other, unless otherwise determined by the majority of 



6 Document No. 4. [SessiC'iif 

the Senate, and the Clerk shall keep a separate calendar of 
the same. 

28. The rules for the government of the Senate shall not 
be amended or altered Mathont giving at least one day's no- 
tice of such amendment or alteration, nor without the con- 
sent of two-thirds of the members present ; but the rules may 
be suspended temporarily for a special purpose, by the concur- 
rence of two-thirds of the members present, 

GILES MEBANE, 
Sjpeaker of the Senate^ 
By order : C. R. Thomasj. OUtTc. 



1862-'63.] Document I^o. 4. 



RULES AND ORDER OF CONDUCTING THE BUSI- 
NESS IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

TODCHINft THE DUTY OF THE SPKAKEK. 

1. It shall he the duty of the Speaker to invite the pastors of 
the several cMirches of this ciiy^ under such aifangements as 
they may make among thetnsel'ces, to perforTn the service of 

prayer at the opening of the daily sessions of the House. 

2. He shall take the Chair every day precisely at the hour 
to which the House, on the preceding day, adjourned ; shall 
immediately call the members to order, and, on the appear- 
ance of a quorum, cause the Journal of the preceding d'ay to 
be read. 

3. He shall preserve decorum and order; may speak to 
points of order in preference to other members, rising from 
his seat for that purpose ; and shall decide questions of order, 
subject to an appeal to the House by any member, on which 
appeal no member shall speak more than once, unless by 
leave of the House. 

4. He shall rise to put a question, but may state it sitting. 

5. Questions shall be distinctly put in this form, namely: 
"As many as are of the opinion that, (as the question may 
be,) say Aye ;" and, after the affirmative voice has been ex- 
pressed, " As many as are of the contrary opinion, say No." 
Upon a call for a division, the Speaker shall count ; if re- 
quired, he shall appoint tellers. 

6. The Speaker shall examine and correct the Journal be- 
fore it is read. He shall have a general direction of ihe Hall. 
He shall have a right to name any member to perform the 
duties of the Chair; but such substitution sliall not extend 
beyond an a^ljournment, except in case of sickness. 

7. All Committees shall be appointed by the Speaker, un- 
3688 otherwise specially ordered by the House. 

8. In all elections the Speaker shall vote. In other cases 
he shall not vote, unless the House be equally divided, or 



8 Document !N"o. 4. [SessioE 

unless his vote, if given in the minority, will make the di- 
vision equal ; in case of such equal division, the question 
shall be lost. 

9. All Acts, Addresses and Joint Eesolutions shall be 
signed by the Speaker; and all writs, warrants and subpa^- 
nas, issued by order of the House, shall be under his hand 
and seal, attested by the Clerk. 

10. In case of any disturbance or disorderly conduct in the 
galleries or lobby, the Speaker (or Chairman of the Comnait- 
tee on the Whole) shall have power to order the same to be 
cleared. 

11. No person, except members of the Senate, Officers 
and Clerks of the two Houses of the General Assemblj^ 
Judges of the Supreme and Superior Courts, Officers of the 
State resident at the seat of Government, members of Con- 
gress, persons particularly invited by the Speaker, and such 
gentlemen as have been members of either House of the 
Legislature, or of the Conventions of the people of the State, 
shall be admitted within the Hall of the House. 

12. Stenographers, wishing to take down debates, may be 
admitted by the Speaker, who shall assign such places to 
them on the floor, or elsewhere, to effect their object, as shall 
not interfere with the convenience of the House. 

ORDER OF BUSINESS OF THE DAY. 

11. After the reading of the Journal of the preceding darv', 
the House shall proceed to business in the following order, 
viz : 1st, the receiving petitions, memorials, pension certifi- 
cates, and papers addressed either to the General Assembly 
or to the House; 2d, the reports of Standing Committees; 
3d, the reports of Select Committees ; 4th, resolutions ; 5th, 
bills ; 6th, bills, resolutions, petitions, memorials, messages, 
pension certificates, and other papers on the table. Then 
the orders of the day ; but motions and messages to elect 
officers shall always be in order. 

14. The unfinished business in which the House was en- 



1862-'63.] Document No. 4. 9 

gaged at the last preceding adjournment shall have prefer- 
ence of orders of the day, and no motion or any other busi- 
ness shall be received, without special leave of the House, 
until the former is disposed of. All elections by the House 
shall be viva voce, unless there be but one nominee ; in which 
case appointments may be made on motion, and on such 
elections the roll shall be called a second time for absentees 
before the result is announced. 

OF DEOOEUM AND DEBATES. 

15. "When any member is about to speak in debate, or de- 
liver any matter to the House, he shall rise from his seat and 
respectfully address himself to the Speaker. 

16. When the Speaker shall call a member to order, he 
shall sit down ; as also he shall when called to order by an- 
other member, unless the Speaker decide the point of order 
in his favor. By leave of the House, a member called to 
order may clear a matter of fact, or explain, but shall not 
pi'oceeil in debate so lon^ as the decision stands, but by per- 
mission of the House. Any member may appeal from the 
decision of the Chair, and if, upon the appeal, the decision 
be in favor of the member called to order, he may proceed, if 
otherwise he shall not, except by the leave of the House ; 
and if the case in the judgment of the House require it, he 
shall be liable to its censure. 

17. "When two or more members rise at the same time, the 
Speaker shall name the member to speak. 

18. No member shall speak more than twice on the same 
question, without leave of the House. 

19. Whilst the Speaker is putting any question, or ad- 
dressing the HonsG, no person shall speak, stand up, or walk 
out or across the House ; nor, when a member is speaking, 
entertain private discourse, stand up, or pass between him 
and the Chair. 

20. No moinber shall vote on any question touching his 
right to a seat in the House, or on the passage of anj' private 



10 Document ITo. 4. [Sessioa 

bill or resolution, in the event of which he is immediately 
and directly interested, or in the case where he was not pres- 
ent when the question was put by the Speaker. Upon a di- 
vision and count of the House on any question, no member 
without the bar shall be counted. 

21. Every member who shall be in tlie House when the 
question is given, shall give his vote, unless the House, for 
special reasons, shall excuse him. 

22. When a motion is made and seconded, it shall be stated 
by the Speaker ; or, if written, it shall be handed to the 
Chair and read aloud by the Clerk before debated. 

23. Every motion shall be reduced to writing, if the 
Speaker or any two members desire it. 

24-. After a motion is stated by the Speaker, or read by the 
Clerk, it shall be deemed to be in the possession of the House, 
but may be withdrawn before a decision or amendment, ex- 
cept in case of a motion to reconsider, which motion, when 
made by a member, shall be deemed and taken to be in pos- 
session of the House, and shall not be withdrawn without 
leave of the House. 

25. When a question is under debate, no motion shall be 
received but to adjourn, to lay on the table, to postpone in- 
definitely, to postpone to a certain day, to commit or amend ; 
which several motions shall have precedence, in the order 
they stand arranged; and no motion to lay on the table, to 
postpone indefinitely, to postpone to a day certain, to commit 
or amend, being decided, shall be again allowed on the same 
day and at the same stage of the bill or proposition. 

26. A motion to adjourn shall always be in order, except 
when the House is voting or some member is speaking, and 
shall be decided without debate. 

27. When a question is postponed indefinitely, the same 
shall not be acted upon again during the session. 

28. Any member may call for a division of the question 
when the same shall admit ol it, which shall be determined 
by the Speaker, 

29. When a motion has been once made and carried in the 



1862-'63.] DocrMENT No. 4. 11 

affirmative or negative, it shall be in order for any member 
of the majority to move for the reconsideration thereof, on 
the same or succeeding day, and no motion to reconsider shall 
be taken from the table except by a two-thirds vote. 

30. When the reading of a paper is called for, which has 
been read in the House, and the same is objected to by any 
member, it shall be determined by a vote of the House. 

31. Petitions, memorials and other papers addressed to the 
House, shall be presented by the Speaker or by a member in 
his place ; a brief statement of the contents thereof shall ver- 
bally be made by the introducer ; and shall not be debated or 
decided on the day of their being first read, unless the House 
shall direct otherwise, but shall lie on the table, to be taken 
up in the order they were read. 

32. Xo bill, petition, memorial, or other papers that may 
be introduced, shall be taken out of the possession of the 
House, or sent to the Senate, until the time of reconsidera- 
tion shall have elapsed. 

33. When the yeas and nays are called for, on any ques- 
tion, it shall be on motion before the question is put, and if 
seconded by one fifth of the members present, the question 
shall be decided by yeas and nays ; and in taking the yeas 
and nays, or on a call of the House, the names of the members 
shall be taken alphabetically. 

34. No member shall be called npon for words spoken in 
the House, but on the day they were spoken. Decency of 
speech shall be observed, and personal reflections carefully 
avoided. 

35. Any twenty members, including the Speaker, shall be 
authorized to compel the attendance of absent members. 

36. No member or officer of the House shall absent him- 
self from the service of the House, without leave, unless from 
sickness or inability. 

37. Any member may excuse himself from serving on any 
committee at the time of his appointment, if he is a member 
of two standing committees. 

38. If any member shall be necessarily absent on any tem- 



12 Document No. 4. [Session 

porary business of the House, when the vote is taken on any 
question, upon entering the House he shall be permitted, on 
motion, to vote. 

39. No standing rule or order shall be rescinded, altered, 
or suspended, without one day's notice given of the motion 
thereof; and to sustain such motion, two thirds of the House 
shall be required. 

40. The members of this House shall uncover their heads 
upon entering the Hall whilst the House is in session, and 
shall continue so uncovered during their continuance in the 
Hall. 

CO^ymiTTEES. 

41. Upon motion of any member, there shall be a call of 
the House, a majority of the members present assenting there- 
to ; and upon a call of the House, the names of the members 
shall be called over by the Clerk, and the absentees noted ; 
after which the names of the absentees shall again be called 
over. The doors shall then be closed, and those from whom 
no excuse or insufficient excuses are made, may, by order of 
those present, if fifteen in number, be taken into custody as 
they appear, or may be sent for and taken into custody, 
wherever to be found, by special messengers appointed for 
that purpose. 

42. Six Standing Committees shall be appointed at the 
commencement of the session, viz : a Committee on Claims, 
a Committee on Propositions and Grievances, a Committee 
on Education, a Committee on Agriculture, a Committee on 
Internal Improvement, and a Committee on Privileges and 
Elections. Each of said Committees shall consist of eleven 
members, one from each Congressional District, and one at 
large, to be appointed by the Speaker. In addition to the 
above Standing Committees, the Speaker shall appoint anoth- 
er — two members from each Judicial Circuit — to be denomin- 
ated the Committee on Private Bills. 

43. A Select Standing Committee, consisting of eleveft 



1862-'63.] Document No. 4. 13 

members, shall be appointed at the commencement of the 
session by the Speaker, and be denominated " the Committee 
on the Judiciary." 

44. Select Committees shall consist of five members. It 
shall be the duty of the person first named on any Committee 
to cause the members of the Committee to convene when ne- 
cessary, and when so convened, they may appoint some one 
of their number Chairman. 

45. In forming a Committee of the "Whole House, the 
Speaker shall leave the Chair, and a Chairman to preside in 
Committee shall be appointed by the Speaker. 

46. Upon bills committed to a Committee of the Whole 
House, the bill shall be first read throughout by the Clerk, 
and then again read and debated by sections, leaving the 
preamble to be last considered ; the body of the bill shall not 
be defaced or interlined ; but all amendments, noting the 
page and line, shall be duly entered by the Clerk on a sepa- 
rate paper as the same shall be agreed to by the Committee, 
and so reported to the House. After report, the bill shall 
again be subject to be debated and amended by sections, be- 
fore a question on its passage be taken. 

47. All questions, whether in Committee or in the House, 
shall be propounded in the order in which they were moved, 
except that, in filling up blanks, the largest sum and longest 
time shall be first put. 

48. The rules of proceeding in the House shall be observed 
in a committee of the whole House, so far as they may be ap- 
plicable, except the rule limiting the time of speaking. 

49. In a Committee of the whole House, a motion that the 
Committee rise shall always be in order, except when a mem- 
ber is speaking, and shall be decided without debate. 

OF BILLS, RESOLU'nOKS, ETC. 

50. Every bill shall be introduced by motion for leave, or 
by order of the House on the report of a Committee. 

51. Every bill shall receive three several readings in the 



14 Document !N"o. 4. [Session 

HonsG previous to its passage, and the Speaker shall give 
notice at each, whether it be its first, second, or third. The 
first reading of a bill shall be for information ; and, if oppo- 
sition be made to it, the question shall be, " Shall this bill 
be rejected ?" If no opposition be made, or if the question 
to reject be negatived, the bill shall go to its second reading 
without question. 

52. Upon the second reading of the bill, the Speaker shall 
state it as ready for commitment or amendment. 

53. The Clerk of the House shall keep a sepcurate calendar 
of \S\& i)uhlic and private bills, in the order in which they are 
introduced ; and all private hills and private business only 
shall he considered on Saittrday of each weeh, and then in 
preference to all other husiness^ unless the House shall other- 
wise direct — and all hills shall he disposed of in the order they 
stand upon the calendar^ except the revenue hill, and hills 
otherwise specially ordered. No public bill shall be twice 
read on the same day, without the concurrence of two-thirds 
of the members present. 

54. All resolutions, which may grant money out of the 
Treasury, or such as shall be of a public nature, shall be treat- 
ed, in all respects, in a similar manner with public bills. 

55. When a bill is introduced to repeal a public law, or any 
part thereof, the law, or part intended to be repealed shall be 
read at the second reading of the repealing bill ; and shall not 
be read at any other reading of the said repealing bill, unless 
required by one-third of the House. 

56. When a bill has been once rejected, no other of the 
same purport shall be introduced again during the session. 

57. The Clerk of the House shall be deemed to continue in 
office until another is appointed. 

R. B. GILLIxlM, 

Speaker of the House of Commons. 

By order : Henry E. Colton, ClerTi. 



1862-'63.] Document l^o. 4. 15 



JOINT KULES OF BOTH HOUSES. 

1. Each House shall perfect and finally act on all bills, re- 
solutions and orders, before the same shall be communicated 
to the other for its concurrence ; and if amended in the House 
to which it is transmitted, it shall be communicated to the 
House in which it originated, asking the concurrence of that 
House in which it originated. 

2. In any case of amendment of a bill, resolution or order 
agreed to in one House, and disagreed to in the other, if 
either House shall request a Conference, and appoint a com- 
mittee for that purpose, and the other House shall also ap- 
point a committee to confer, each committee shall consist of 
ran ev'iual number, and they shall meet and state to each other 
the reasons of their respective Houses, for and against the 
;amendment, and confer freely thereon, and make a report in 
writing to their respective Houses, of the result of their con- 
ference. 

3. Messages from one House to the other shall be sent by 
the Assistant Clerk of each House, unless otherwise ordered. 

4. When a Messasre shall be sent from one House to the 
other, it shall be announced at the door of the House to 
W'hicli it is sent by the door-keeper, and shall be respectful- 
ly delivered to the Chair, by the person by whom it may be 
sent. 

6. After a bill shall have passed the House in which it 
.originated, it shall he under the signature of the clerk, and 
engrossed under his direction and inspection, before it shall 
be communicated to the other House. 

6. After a bill shall have passed both Houses, it shall be 
duly enrolled, on suitable paper, by the engrossing Clerks, 
before it shall be preseirted for ratification. 

7. AVhen bills are enrolled, they shall be carefully exam- 
ined by a Joint Committee of three irom the Senate, and 
ftv* from the House o^ Commons, whose duty it shall be to 
carefully jcompare tlie enrolbi\ont with the Engrossed Bills, 



1& Document No. 4. [Session 

as passed in the two Houses, and to correct any errors that 
maybe discovered in the enrolled bills, and make their report 
of the said bills to the House. 

8. After examination and report, each bill shall be ratified 
and signed in the respective Houses, first by the Speaker of 
the House of Commons, and then by the Speaker of the 
Senate. 

9. All orders, resolutions and votes of the Houses shall 
be examined, engrossed and signed in the same manner as 
bills. 

10. When a bill or resolution, which shall have passed in 
one House, is rejected in the other, notice thereof shall be 
given to the House in which the same may have passed. 

11. The Committee in each House shall in all cases make 
in writing a statement of facts on which their report is found- 
ed ; Vv'hich statement, with all other papers on which any- bill 
or resolution may be formed, shall be transmitted to the other 
House. 

12. The Committee on Finance shall be joint, consisting of 
eight members from each House; the Committee on Public 
Buildings and Grounds shall be a joint committee of two from 
the Senate and three from the House of Commons ; the Lib- 
rary Committee shall be a joint standing committee, consist- 
ing of three members from each House, appointed by the 
Speakers thereof respectively; the Committees on the Deaf 
and Dumb and Blind Asylum, the Insane Asylum, MiHtary 
Afifairs, Swamp Lands, and on Cherokee Lands and Western 
Turnpikes, shall be joint standing committees, consisting 
each of three members from the Senate and five from the 
House of Commons. 

13. In all Joint Committees, the member first named on 
the committee, on the part of the House proposing to raise 
such committee, shall convene the same, and when convened 
they shall choose their own Chairman. 

14. Either House may make reference to any Joint Com- 
rnittee, and ail reports shall be made to the House ordering 
such reference. 



1862-'63.] Document No. 4. 17 

15. "Whenever either House shall order any paper or docu- 
ment to be printed, it shall be printed in octavo form, on 
good paper, and with fair type ; and those documents ordered 
to be printed by the Senate, shall be printed as " Senate 
Documents," and those ordered to be printed by the House 
of Commons, shall be printed as " House Documents," and 
numbered in regular order, except when communications are 
made to either House by the Governor, Treasurer,Comptroller, 
or Secretary of the State, and are ordered to be printed, they 
shall be designated " Executive Documents," and said papers 
and documents shall be distributed in the following manner : 
One copy thereof to each member of the General Assembly, 
one copy to the Clerks of each House for the use thereof, 
and two copies shall be deposited in the Public Library, and 
the Public Librarian required to have them neatly bound. 

16. All elections requiring a joint vote shall be viva voce, 
and a Select Committee of two members in each House shall 
be appointed to superintend the same in their respective 
Houses. After the vote shall have been taken, said Select 
Committee sliall confer together, and report the result of such 
election to their respective Houses. 

17. The foregoing Kules shall be permanent Joint Eules 
of the Legislature of North-Carolina, until altered or amended. 



2 



v-',^*J S^ 






Doc. No. 5.] [Ses. 1862-'63. 

Ordered to he Printed. 
W. W. Holden, Printer to the State. 



STANDmG COMMITTEES. 



COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE. 

PROPOSITIONS AND GRIEVANCES. 

Messrs. Lassiter, Messrs. Copeland, 

Arendell, Dickson, 

Hole man, White. 
Patrick, 

PRIVILEOES AND ELECTIONS. 

Messrs. Wright, Messrs. Hall, 

Russ, Ellis, 

Wooley, Faison. 
Smith, of Anson, 





JUDICIARY. 


Messrs. Warren, 


Messrs. Sharpe, 


Wright, 


Sanders, 


Leitch, 


Slaughter. 


Hall, 





IP- 



INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT. 

Messrs. Smith, of Macon, Messrs. Lane, 

Matthews, Taylor, of Chatham, 

% Neal, Ellis. 

Dickson, 



Document No. 5. 



[Session' 



Messrs. Eamsay, 
Murrill, 
Ellis, 
Jarratt, 



CLAIMS. 

Messrs. Powell, 

Adams, of Davidson, 
Taylor, of Nash. 



EDUCATION AND LITEliAET FUND. 

Messrs. Leitch, Messrs. Taylor, of Nasi i, 
Lassiter, Carraway, 

Adams, of Guilford, Lindsey. 

Euss, 



Messrs. Bagley, 
Harriss, 
Copeland, 
Murrill, 



BANKS AND CURRENCY. 

Messrs. Lane, 

Wooley, 
'Taylor, of Chatham. 



Messrs. Arendell, 
Carraway, 
Dickson, 
White, 

Messrs. Holeman, 
Dickson, 
White, 
Neal. 



ON C0KP0EATI0N8. 

Messrs. Smith, of Stanly, 
Simpson, 
Jarratt. 

ON AGRICULTURE. 

Messrs. Powell, 

Smith, of Anson, 
Whitford. 



1862-'63.] 



D®CUMENT No. 5. 



HOUSE STAJS'DING COMMITTEES. 



Messrs. Fowle,- 
PersoD, 
Fleming, 
McAden, 
Waddell, 
Shober, 



ON JUDICIAKY. 

Messrs. McKay, 
Kobbina, 

' Amis, 

Benbury, 
Peebles. 



Messrs. Shober, 
Carson, 
Manning, 
Best, 

Russell of Craven 
liawes, 



ON EDUCATION. 

Messrs. Henderson, 
Sherwood, 
Barringer, 
Hooper, 
Lyie. 



ON INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

Messrs. Fleming, Messrs. Pearce, 

Mann of Pasquotank, Harrison, 

Love, Beall, 

,Joyner. Brown, 

Stanford, Gentry. 
Baldwin, 



Messrs. Burgin, 
Yann, 
Dunn, 
Foy, 
Russ, 
Laws, 



ON CLAIMS. 

Messrs. Reynolds, 
Headen, 
Grier, 
Hampton, 
Bryson. 



4: Document No. 5. [Session 

ON AGRICULTURE. 

Messrs. Russell of Brunswick, Messrs. Gilliam of Rock'gham, 
E-obeson, Greene, 

Davis, Lemmonds, 

Ehodes, Wellborn, 

McNeill, Ljle. 

Alford, 



ON 


PROPOSITIONS 


AND 


GRIEVANCES. 


1. Allison, 




Messrs. 


McRae, 


Keener, 








Patterson, 


Walser, 








"Watson, 


Forbes, 








Costner, 


Cobb, 








Bernhardt. 


Kives, 











ON PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS. 

Messrs. Patterson, Nissen, 

Henry of Bertie, Harris of Chatham, 

Perkins, Harris of Cabarrus, 

Crawford, Holhngsworth, 

McCormick, Wallen. 
Judkins, 





ON PRIVATE BILLS. 


Messrs. Cowles, 


Horton, 


Avera, 


Stancill, 


Bond, 


Logan, 


Davenport, 


Kirby, 


Plynt, 


Parks, 


Hodges, 


Carpenter, 


Howard, 


Young of Yancey, 



1862-'63.] DocTTMENT Iso. 5. 5 

JOESTT STAIS'DING COMMITTEES. 

ON FINANCE. 

Senate Branch. House Branch, 
Messrs. Wiggins, Messrs. Worth, 

Graham, Shepherd, 

Adams, of Guilford, Amis, 

Sharpe, Brown, 

Harris, Berry, 

Baglej, Henry of Henderson, 

Faison, I^ong, 

Young. Wilhams. 

ON MrLITAEY AFFAIES. 

Senate Branch. House Branch. 

Messrs. Eure, Messrs. Fowle, 

Young, # Person, 

Carraway. Mann of Pasquotank, 

Stancill, 
Cowles. 

ON PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GEOUNDS. 

Senate Branch. House Branch, 

Messrs. Lane, Messrs. Beam, 
Jarratt, Bynura, 

Dickson. Burns. 

ON CHEROKEE LANDS AND WESTERN TURNPIKES, 

Senate Branch. House Branch, 

Messrs. Shipp, Gentry, 

Powell, Bryson, 

Neal, Bryan, 

f # Craig, 

Keener. 



6 Document No. 5. [Session 

ON SWAMP LANDS. 

Senate Branch. House Branch. 

Messrs. Slaughter, Messrs. Perkins, j 

Lindsay, Spruill, 

Murrill. Mann, of Hyde, 

Baxter, 
Smith. 

ON THE LIBBARY. 

Senate Branch. House Branch. 

Messrs. Ellis, Messrs. McKay, 
Patrick, Grissom, 

Lassiter. Kelly. 

ON DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND ASYLUM. 

Senate Branch. House Branch. 

Messrs. Arendell, Messrs. McCormick, 

Copeland, ^ Sherwood, 

Taylor, of Nash. Watson, 

Kerner, 
Young, of Iredell. 

ON LUNATIC ASYLUM. 

Senate Branch. House Branch. 

Messrs. Brown, Messrs. Carson, 

Kamsay, Glenn, 

Smith of Macon. Kiddick, 

Hawes, 
Bichardson. 



M 



lS62-'63.] 



DOCUMEHT No. 5. 



OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL 
ASSEMBLY. 



SENATE. 

Giles Mebanb Mebanesville, Alamance Co., N. C. 

Clerks, 
C. R. TnoiiAs, of Beaufort, Principal Clerk. 
L. C. Edwaeds, of Oxford, Assistant Clerk. 

Doorlzeepers, 
"Wm. K. Page, Principal Doorkeeper. 
C. C. Tally, Assistant Doorkeeper. 



NAMES. 



Henderson Adams, 
Peter Adams. 
Dr. M. F. Arendell, 
W. H. Bagley, 
Dr, E. J. Blonnt, 
Bedford Brown, 
J. G. Carraway, 
Dr. W. S. Copeland, 
Dr. J. G. Dickson, 
M. O. Dickerson, 
J. W. Ellis, 
Mills L. Eure, 
Thomas I. Faison, 
Wm. A. Graham, 
Eli W. Hall, 
Washington Harris, 



COUNTIES. 



Davidson, 

Guilford, 

Carteret, 

Pasquotank, 

Pitt, 

Caswell, 

Martin, 

Northampton 

Duplin, 

Rutherford, 

Columbus, 

Gates, 

Sampson, 

Orange, 

New Hanover, 

Franklin, 



POST OFFICES. 



Lexington, 

Greensboro', 

Beaufort, 

Elizabeth City, 

Willow Green, 

Locust Hill, 

Williamston, 

Jackson, 

Fai son's Depot, 

Rutherlordton, 

Whiteville, 

Gatesville, 

Warsaw, Duplin, 

Hillsboro', 

Wilmington, 

Louisburg, 



Document No 5. 
SEl^ATE—iContmued.) 



[Session 



NAMES. 


COUNTIES. 


POST OFFICES. 


James Holeman, 


Person, 


Hurdle's Mills, 


Isaac Jarratt, 


Yadkin, 


Huntsville, 


Wm. K. Lane, 


Wayne, 


Goldsboro', 


Giles Leitch, 


Robeson, 


Lumberton, 


D. McD. Lindsey, 


Currituck, 


Forestville, Wake. 


J. E. Matthews, 


Forsyth, 


Walnut Cove, 


Charles McCleese, 


Tyrrell, 


Gum Neck, 


Giles Mebane, 


Alamance, 


Mebanesville, 


J. F. Murrill, 


Onslow, 


Jacksonville, 


S. J. Neal, 


McDowell, 


Marion, 


Edward Patrick, 


Greene, 


Snow Hill,^ 


Jesse H. Powell, 


Edgecombe, 


Battleboro', 


Br. J. G. Kamsay, 


Rowan, 


Rowan Mills, 


J. P. H. Russ, 


Wake, 


Roger's Store, 


C. B, Sanders, 


Johnston, 


Smithfield, 


Gen. P. L. Simpson, 


Rockingham, 


Lenox Castle, 


L. Q. Sharpe, 


Iredell, 


Statesville, 


Wm. M. Shipp,- 


Henderson, 


HendersonvillCj 


J. B. Slaughter, 


Hertford, 


Murfreesboro', 


Wm. C. Smith, 


Anson, 


Wadesboro', 


C. D. Smith, 


Macon, 


Franklin, 


J. W. Smith, 


Stanly, 


Norwood, 


Wm. P. Taylor, 


Chatham, 


Pittsboro, 


A. J. Taylor, 


Nash, 


Stanhope, 


E. J. Warren, 


Beaufort, 


Greenville, 


Nathan Whitford, 


Craven, 


Franklinton, 


Jas. H. White, ^ 


Gaston, 


Dallas, 


Mason L. Wiggins, 


Halifax, 


Riugwood, 


C. W. Wooley, 


Montgomery, 


Edinboro', 


Wm. B. Wright, 


Cumberland, 


Fayettevilie, 


Jno. A. Young, 


Mecklenburg, 


Charlotte. 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 5. 



HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Speaker^ 
Robert B. Gilliam. 



Clerhs^ 
Henrt E. Colton, Principal Clerk, 
John A. STA^'LY, Assistant Clerk. 

Dooi'heepers^ 
Wm. S. Webster, Principal Doorkeeper, 
John Hill, Assistant Doorkeeper. 



NAMES. 



Thos. A. Allison, 

B. G. Albritton, 

G. H. Alford, 

Jas. S. Amis, 

W. H. Avera, 

Wm. M. Baldwin, 

Matthias A, Bernhardt, 

E. G. L. Barringer, 

B. M. Baxter, 

Robert L. Beall, 

David Beam, 

L. C. Benbury, 

John Berry, 

Henry H. Best, 

James Bond, 

Jno. L. Brown, 

A. R. Bryan, 

Jas. H. Bryson, 

M. D. C. Eumpass.^ 

John Burgin, 

R. H. Burns, 

Robert Bynnm, 

J. B. Carpenter, 



COUNTIES. 



Iredell, 

Pitt, 

Wake, 

Granville, 

Johnston, 

Columbus, 

Caldwell, 

Montgomery, 

Currituck, 

Davidson, 

Cleaveland, 

Chowan, 

Orange, 

Greene^ 

Bertie, 

Meckl€?nbnyg, 

Rutherford, 

Cherokee, 

Person, 

Buncombe, 

Anson, 

Edgecombe, 

Rutherford, 



POST OFFICES. 



Statesville, 

Greenville, 

Old Shop, 

Young's X Roads^, 

Sraithfield, 

Whiteville, 

Lenoir, 

Troy, 

Currituck '-C H., 

Cotton <^ove, 

Mooresboro', 

Edettton, 

Killsboro', 

Snow Hill, 

Hotel, 

Charlotte, 

Rutherfordton, 

Murphy, 

Mt. Tirzah, 

Asheville, 

Wadesboro', 

Wilson, 

Island Ford, 



10 



Document Ko. 6. 
H OVSE—iConiinued.) 



[Session 



NAMES. 


COUNTIES, 


POST OFFICES. 


J. M. Carson, 


Alexander, 


Taylorsville, 


David Cobb, 


Edgecombe, 




A. Costner, 


Lincoln, 


Lincolnton, 


A. C. Cowles, 


Yadkin, 


Hamptonville, 


W. F. Craig, 


McDowell, 


Marion, 


M. K. Crawford, 


Wayne, 


Goldsboro', 


A. U. Davenport, 


Gaston, 


Mountain Island, 


Arch. H. Davis, 


Halifax, 


Halifax, 


E. S. Donr^ell, 


Beaufort, 




W. W. Dnnn, 


Lenoir, 


Kinston, 


:N. N. Fleming, 


Rowan, 


Salisbury, 


Wm. H, Flynt, 


Stokes, 


Walnut Cove, 


John Forbes, 


Camden, 


Camden 0. H., 


Danl. G. Fowle, 


Wake, 


Raleigh, 


Jas. H. Fo)', 


Onslow, 


Richlands,. 


J. M. Gentry, 


Ashe, 


Jefferson, 


Kobt. B. Gillam, 


Granville, 


Oxford, 


Wm. J. Gillia:n, 


Rockingham, 


Rollinsburg, 


Robt. W. Glenn, 


Guilford, 


Gilmer's Store, 


Lafayette Greene, 


Stanly, 


Albemarle, 


E. C. Grier, 


Mecklenburg, 


Fulwood's Store, 


Eugene Grissom, 


Granville, 


New Light, 


W. W. Hampton, 


Wilkes, 


Wilkesboro', 


W. S. Harris, 


Cabarrus, 


Concord, 


T. B. Harris, 


Chatham, 


Pittsboro', 


Saml. S. Harrison, 


Caswell, 


Purley, 


Jno. R. Hawes, 


New Hanover, 


Colvin's Creek, 


P. T. Henry, 


Bertie, 


Colerain, 


Alex. Henry, 


Henderson, 


Hendersonville, 


Wm. J. Headen, 


Chatham, 


St. Lawrence, 


Lem. W. Hodges, 


DupHn, 


Kenansville, 


Joseph Hollingsworth, 


Surry, 


Mt. Airy, 


Thos. H. Holmes, 


Sampson, 


Clinton, 


Geo. S. Hooper, 


Catawba, 


Mountain Creek, 


Henry B. Howard, 


Davie, 


Fuhon, 


Wm. Horton, 


Watauga, 


Boone, 


Sanders M. Ingram, 


Richmond, 


Covington, 


Henry Joyner, 


Halifax., 


Enfield, 


Thos. J. Judkins, 


Warren, 


Warrenton, 



1562-'63.] Document No. 5. 

KOVSE— {Continued.) 



11 



NAMES. 


•COUNTIES. 


Joseph Keener, 


Jackson, 


Alex. Kelly, 


Moore, 


E. Kernel", 


Forsythe, 




AVra. Kirby, 


Sampson, 




Wm. Laws, 


Wake, 




C. Q. Lemraonds, 


Union, 


J. R. Logan, 


Cleav^land, 


Wra. Long, 


Caswell, 


Saml. L. Love, 


Haywood, 




J. M.Lyle, 


Macon, 




E. L. Mann, 


Hyde, 




Wm. E. Mann, 


Pasquotan 


k. 


W. H. Manning, 


Gates, 


Enfns Y. McAden, 


Alamance, 


Jno. McCormick, 


Harnett, 


Neill McKay, 


Harnett, 


Neill McNeill, 


Robeson, 


Murdock McRae, 


Robeson, 


Jno. P. Nissen, 


Forsythe, 


John Parks, 


Burke, 


Wm. N. Patterson, 


Orange, 


A. W. Pearce, 


Franklin, 


W. W. Peebles, 


Northampton, 


C. Perkins, 


Pitt, 


Saral. J. Person, 


New Hanover, 


Jas. T. R.vfiolds, 


Rockingham, 


Pnrdie Ilichardson, 


Anson, 


Jos. H. E-iddick, 


Perquimans, 


Benj. B. Rives, 


Wayne, 


A. E. Rhodes, 


Jones, 


M. S. Robi^ins, 


Randolph, 


Jas. R. Robeson, 


Martin, 


J. W. Rus8, 


Bladen, 


Danl. L. Russell, 


Brunswick, 


R. A. Russell, 


Craven, 


Jesse G, Shepherd, 


Cumberland, 


M. S. Sherwood, 


Guilford, 


F. E. Shober. 


Rowan, 


Wm. R. Smith, 


Guilford, 


1 



POST OFFICES. 

Webster, 

Ca.rthage, 

Kernersville, 

Clinton, 

New Light, 

Monroe, 

Shelby, 

Milton, 

Waynesville, 

Franklin, 

Middleton, 

Raleigh, Wake, ■ 

Murfreesboro', 

Graham, 

Johnsonville, 

Summerville, 

St. Paul's, 

Queensdale, 

Waughtown, 

Morganton, 

Chapel Hill, 

Castalia, Nash, 

Jackson, 

Pactolus, 

Wilmington, 

Madison, 

Wadesboro', 

Hertford, 

Goldsboro'j 

Comfort, 

Cedar Falls, 

Williamston, 

White's Creek, 

Wilmington, 

Clayton, Johnston, 

FayetteviUc, 

Greensboro', 

Salisbury, 

Alamance, 



12 



Document No. 5. 
HOJJBE— {Continued.) 



[Session 



NAMES. 


COUNTIES. 


POST OFFICES. 


J. D. Stanford, 


Duplin, 


Kenansville, 


Sainl T. Stancell, 


Northampton, 


Margaretsville, 


J. B. Vann, 


Hertford, 


Winton, 


M. Q. Waddell, 


Chatham, 


Pittsboro', 


Jesse Wallen, 


Madison, 


Marshall, 


Henry Walser, 


Davidson, 


Yadkin Institute^ 


E. F. Watson, 


Alamance, 


Graham, 


E. M. Wellborn, 


Wilkes, 


Wilkesboro', 


Henry G. Williams, 


Nash, 


Hiliiardston, 


Seth Woodall, 


Johnston, 


Smithfield, 


Jonathan Worth, 


Randolph, 


Asheboro', 


John Young, 


Iredell, 


Fallstown, 


D. M. Young, 


Yancey, 


Ledger. 



Doc. 


Xo. 


G.] 








[Ses. 


:iSG2- 




Ordered to he Printed. 






W. 


w. 


, Holden, 


Printer to the State. 







TREASUEER'S EEFORT. 



Tkeasukt Department of Xortb- Carolina, 
Koveinber 17, 18G2. 

To the JTonoraUcj the General Assernbhj 

(f JSforiJt- Carolina: 

In obedience to an Act of the General Assembly, entitle; 
*' An Act concerning the Treasurer of the State,*' the Publi ^ 
Treasurer submits the following Report : 



LsT oi lUE PUBLIC OR U^'^ArPKOPurATED Revenue and F.x- 

PENDITL'RES. 

The Jicceipts into the Treasury for the two last fisc:ii 
years — that is, from the SOth September, 1S60, to October Is;, 
lS62,/>ow, all sources^ are as follows : 



i)ocu5ii:NT Xo. G. 



[Session 



Oct. 



Dec. 



ISGl. 

Jan. 

Feb. 



Mav. 



Treasurer's Report for fJie two Fisml 



(Coupon Bonds,, 
!|[nsaiie Tax, 
jjState Libj'iiiy, 
IjTax on Bank Stock, 
i'Tax on Collaterals, 
■Coupon Bonds and Int., 
Cherokee Bonds, 
' Int. 0)1 Seaboard- & Roanok( 
i! Railroad Bonds, 
jiTax on Bank Stock,, 
jj Co upon Bond?, 
IjCxeneral Asseniblj, 
jjTax on Corporations, 
■ [nt. on Bonds of Wil, 
l| & Rath. I^ailroad, 



Char 



o 



'oupon Bonds, 



Jon e 



jGeneral Assembly,, 

Insane Tax, 

{lax on Corporations,. 

Insane Tax, 

Int. on Bonds of Wil., Char. 
!| e% Roanoke Railroad Co., 
ijlnt. on Bonds of Western 
I Railroad Company, 
I'Monoy ]XMnaining in hands 
I of Clerks and others, 
jRublicTax, 
I Tax on Bank Stock, I 

iax on Corporations, | 

i,'iax on Attorney's License, [ 
jlContino-encies, j 

i:Pub]ic Taxes, j 

ijfax on Corporations, I 

I'Clierokee Bonds, j 

jl Contingencies, 
j|Gcneral Assembly, 
! State Loans, 
|:Tax on Bank Stoclc, 
jiTax on Collaterals, 
■Coupon Bonds, 
^'Public Taxes, 



%0 



39 



$ 6,000 

15 

2,705 

*08 

6S,4GS 

1,000 

G4G 

1S2 

300,000 

30 

2 

12,000 

104 
1,769 

100 
2,057 

6,000 

6.000 



8855 
5.651 '92 
■ '875| 
■ 50 
55575., 
1 I 
9,02202 

251 

1,100| 

2f)0 



623,342'54j 

10,648 20 

3,000 

250,000 

6,000 



25 $ T,962i75 



70,237 20 



312,055 
200,000 

1,9' 



,. .21,27S|61 
9,04? '02 



638,296,74 



1S62-'G3.] 



DoCUilEXT Xo. 6. 



1 t-ars ending Sep^eniber SOi/t, 18G2. 



18(51. 
July. 



Ano". 



5ept. 



State Loans, 
jMllitary Approprititlon, 
jPnblic Taxes, 
IState Loans, 
Tax on Corporations, 
'Insane Tax, 

1^ Military Appro-priations, 
j, Public Taxes, 
jState Louns, 
Tax on Bank Stock, 
[Tax on Attorneys' Licenses, 
Insane Tax, 

iMiiitarj Appropriation, 
■Public Taxes, 
State Loans, 
iGen-eral Assembly, 
Tax on Bank Stock, 
Tax on Corporations^, 
'Presidential Election, 



i>.350 
10,50G'S6 
' 512,497 
25 
3,224'95 
26,090 
101.11744 
342,5001 
■750 
12825 
5,424 16 
25,000 
565,525 
112,000 
9 
2,825 
25 
32 161 



|545,o0(?: 






11 



474,410104 



710,840:43 
5,523,981 25 



1860, 
Oct, 



PUBLIC FL^D DISBUESEMENTS. 



! Agricultural Societies, 
IJAtlantic & X. C. Eailroad In- 
i vesti^iration, 

[■Board of Liternal Improve- 
j' nients, , 

I Bogue Banks, I 

||Cape Fear & Deep River! 
j Navigation Co., 
j.ComptroUer's Department, I 
iiCommissioners of iicvenuej 
liContingencies, 
j' Fugitive from Justice, : 

!;Geologieal Survey, ! 

!|[nsane Asylum, ! 

!JInterest on State Eegistercdl 
\ ' Honds, ji 



1,600 


1 


1 1 

i 


479 


GS 




. 23 




■ 


47 


50 


1 


2,673 


58 




250 


' 




200| , 


1 


^o -"' 




72 


01 




8 




' 


250 






5,000 






120 







DociDiENT Ko. 6. 



[Session 



Treasurer'' s Report for the two I^isccd- 



l^GO. 



r.Tndiclarj, > . 

fcnterest on Conpon Bonds, 

Tntei'ost on C;ipe Fear and 

I Deep liiver ISTavigation 

i" Bonds, • 

Premium on Nortli'n Funds, 

State Department, 

;State Library, 

Western N. 0. B. R. Surve,y, 

|Sup't Public Building, 

iState Library, 

Agricultural Societies, 

Atlantic &K C. Bailroad In- 
vestigation, 

Capo Fear & Deep Biver 

I Kavigation Co., 

Commissioners of Bevenue, i 

Contingencies, | 

Fugitive from Justice, 

Inierest on State Registered 
Bonds, 

•Judiciar}', 

Presidential Election, 

Public Arms, 

Public Printing, 

Baleigli & Gaston Railroad 
Bonds, 

vVestern I^o. Ca. Railroad 

Agricultural Societies, 

Board of Internal Improve- 
ments, 

Cape Fear and Deep River 
Navigation Co. 

Commissioners of Revenue, 

Contingencies, 

Capitol Square, 

Executive De]>artmcnt, 

Electors for President and 
Vice-President, 

Rx po n sea of Si n ki n g Yv. w cl , 

ln«ane Asylum, 

Judiciary, 



$2,905 
SG,010: 



15 

IS 

200, 

508 

5,000 

65 

85 

150 

188 

3,152 

198 

120 

12 

-15 

2,530 

0i5 

6 

51 

2,500 

C8.408 

'lOO 



1,690 
11;75 

]56j 
750 

25480 

5,000; 
4,031:97 



74|j 
78 

21 

15 

33 
50 

83 



105,532 



06 



.306 



i i 



1SG2-03.] 



Document Xo. G. 



Years ending Sepleuiher 30^A, 1€62. 



1860. 
Dec. 



1861. 
Jan. 



luterest on Coupon Bonds,^ $* fs/G02j 

Interest on Bonds of Cape j 
Fear &, Deep River Navi- 
gation Company, 

'Preniinm on Nortliern funds, 

I'Presidential Election, 

Ipnblic Printino', 

ii , O/. 

iPensioners, 

liState Department, , 

jState Library, 

ijSuperintcndeut Public Build- 

i; ings, • 

I'Treasury Department, 

I Western N. C. Railroad Sur- 

''Western Railroad from Faj- 
'i etteville to Coal Fields, 
Wilmington, Charlotte and 
;| Rutherford Railroad, 



120 
3,920 
52 
T09 
120 
200 
184 

05 

t>87 

6,000 
100,000 
200,000 



45 



50 



2001 
52|9'4 

S.437i97 

2501 

144!30 

254^80 

7!50 
1,103 33 
0,000 



I Agricnltural Societies, 
j'Binding Laws, 
[Cape Fear <fc Deep Riverl 
i[ ^N'avigation Company, 

Comptroller's Departmentj I 
! Contingencies, 
i Council of State, 
'Executive Department, 

Fugitive from Justice, 
I Geological Survey, 

Insane Asylum, 
.Interest ou State Registered 
Bonds, 

Judiciary, 

Interest on Coupon Bonds, 

Interest on Favotteville & 
;! West'n Plank R. Bonds, 

fnterest on Bonds of Cape 
Fear & Deep River Navi- 
gation Company, 

Military Ajipropriation. 

L'rcmium on Xortlicrn funds,] 2,045 04; 



3,795 

3,585 

127,377 

2,730 



4,G(15 

997! 



,333,052179 



Document JSTo. 6. 



[Sessio-n 



Trea§urer'' s Re^poH for theiioo Fiscal 





Presidential Election, 

Public Printino-, 
|Peiisionei-s, . 
! Public Tax EsBfunded, 


8 95 

48 

50 

1,000 










State Libykry, 


205 


92 




' 




WiiminglJoil,, Charlotto and 












Rutherford Railroad, 


200,000 




$ 356,438 


86 


'v.' .-'. 


A2,ricnltural Societies, 


150 


" 








oank Tax Refunded, 


27,562 


60 








Cape Fear & Deep Rivei' 












]S[avigation Company, 


1,500 










Commissioner from Georgia, 


10 










Commissioners to Alabama, 


522 


" 








Contingencies, 


1,S40 


85 








Convention Election, 


102 


50 








Fngitives from Justice, 


500 










General Assembly, 


55,C09 


30 








Interest on State Registered 












Bonds, ' 


540 










Judiciary, 


1,232 


70 








Interest on FayettcvillG 6z 












Western Plank R. Bonds, 


S90 










.Military Appropi'iation, 


9,067 


29 








Public Arms, 


150 










Public Printing, 


445 


98 








[nterest on Coupon Bonds, 


789 








1 


Pensioners, 


100 










Public Tax Refunded, 


406 


09 


100,918 


31 


^. . /:! 


Appropriation for Deaf and 










IJK. 


Dumb, 


500 








W \ 


Pack Tax Refunded, i 


6,750 










(.Comptroller's Department, 


250 










Contingencies, 


1,590 


89 






j 


Convcnti'O-n, 


419 


9g 






i 


Copying Laws, 


459 


50 






' 


Executive Department, 


75 








1 


Geological Survey, 


625 




■ ; 






General Assembly, 


1,842 


40|' 




[ 


Insane Asylnm, 


5,000 








[nterest on State Registered; 




!i 






Bonds, 


90 


ii 






Judiciary, 


2,002| 


50 


1 





lS62-'03.] 



DocriiENT Xo. G. 



Years m^ing Septemler ^Othy 1S62. 



1,000 

13250 
65 

6ST 
2,653 



ISol. j 

March interest on Coupon Bonds, |$ li,63l| 
I Interest oh Bonds of Cape 
i; Fcai* & Deep Hiver ]t\avi- , | 

j; gntion Company, ^ i , ,0-J5 

iMil'tary Appropriation, 1[),730 

Premiuin on Northern funds, k ,4.001 

Presidential Election, 'I o'^< 

Public Printins:, 

Puhlic Tax Refunded, 
jState Library, 
|;Sup't of Public Buildings, 
iTreasury Department, ' 

; Western X^C. R. R. Survey. 
April. \ Appropriation for Deaf and 
Dumb, 

Appropriation for Education- 
al Purpose^s, 

[Binding Laws, 

iBank Tax Refunded, 

jComniissi oners to Alabama. 

■Contingencies, 

iCapitoiSquiU-e,' 

jCouncil of State, 

iConvention, 

jExecutiv^d Department, 

|Geological Survey, 

|General Assembly, 

Judicir.i'y, 

ILitorest on State Registered 
Bonds, 

;Military Appropriation, 

jPublic Printinr.'-, 

PosrOfHce, 

iState De'partment, 

'State 'Registered Bonds, 
May. !A]>propriation for Deaf and 

I Dumb, '' 

Cape Fear & Deep Rivcrj 
Navigation Company, ^j 

Commissioners to Alabama,'! 

iCommissioners of Revenne.jr 

iiContiiifrencies, l! 



!r-. 



♦* 



50 



65 



$ 63,29459 



500 

1,200 

116 
3,250 

221 

1,905 52 

75 

25S'lO 

13o|50 

750 
1,125' ' 

ici; 

1,0S25U 

72f;|54, 
6.205'HS ' 

'CI* ."- 

. 200^ "! 

17,00^' ■ 

loo: 



1^4-25 

" 2oi;so, 

360i 
6S91G 






Document 'No. 6. 



[Scssioii 



Treasurer-^s Report for the tivo fiscal 



1801. 1 _ _ ^ ^ 1 
May. jCorn mission's to Washington,! 






S 880 


60 




General iVsserably, 


11,987 


10 




Convention, 


S05 


02! 




Copying Laws, 


T8 


50j 




Commissioner from So. Ca., 


10 


\ 


j Electors for President and 






1 Vice President, 


3 




Fugitive i'roui Justice, 


10.0 


1 


{Insane Asjlnm, 


5,000 




{'Interest on State Registered 






!| Bonds, 


700 


i)2 


Judiciary, 


5.052 


30 


{Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


3,705 




ji Military A])propriation, 


296,001 


13 


1 Presidential Election, 


13 


17 


{'Public Printing, 


740 




i Public Tax Refunded, 


5(> 






jState Registered Bonds, 


33,500 




June. 


iBoard of Internal Improve- 








ments, 


33 


50 




{Contingencies, 


113 


87 




jCommiss'nrs to Washington, 


219 


60 




Convention, 


17,877 


14 




Commissioners to Yirginia, 


105 






Executive Department, 


825 






General Assembly, 


151 


40 




Insane Asylum, 


5,000 






Judiciary, 


3,419 


15 


{'Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


0,792 






Interest on State Registered 








j Bonds, 


120 






{Interest on the Favcttoville 






ii & Western Plank Road 






' Bonds, 


90 




^Military Appropriation, 


447,397 


95 


"Presidential Election, 


117 


65 


Public Printing, 


134 


94 


Post Office, 


58 


52 


, State Department, 


200 




;|Superintendcnt of Capitol, 


65 




ijTreasury Department, 


CS7 


50 




[State Library, 


112 


50 



% 360,202 



10 



lSC2-'63.] 



DcxjorcxT Xo. 6. 



Years ending Sepiemher BOih, 1862* 



8733,550 72 



1861. 


!1 






June. Wilmin.o;ton, Charlotte &\\ 






1 


Rutherford Eaih'oad, \' 


S 250,000 


^ 


Jnlj. ' 


Appropriation lor Deaf and 






! 


Du!ub, 


1,200 




1 


Contingencies, 


1,720 


58 




Capitol Square, 


' 751 






Convention, 


719' 


73 




Executive Department, 


19' 


15 




Geological Survey, 


1,000 




• 


Interest on State "Registered 






1 


Bonds, 


2,595 




! 


Judiciary. 


3,277 


to 




Interest on Cou])on Bonds, 1 


52,659 




1 


Int. on Fayetteville &■ West-j 






i 


em Plankroad Bonds. 


2,6 lu 




1 


Int. on Bonds of Cape Fear, 






i 


l\: Deep River Navigation 






! 


Compau}', j 


1,985 






Military Appropriations, i 


525.136 


96 




PublicTax Refunded, 


' 15 


12 




State Library, 


169 


75i 




Copjing Laws, 


54 




Aug. 


Appropriation for Deaf and 
Dumb, 


400 






iCongressional Election, 


37 


50 




jContingencies, 


251 


47 




iConvention, 


4£2 


34 




jExecutive Department, 


11 
213 


50 




jGcological Survey, 


34 




jGeneral Assembly, 


1,477 


160 




iGovernor's Election, 


15 






Interest on State Registered 








Bonds, 


1,119 


46 




Judiciary, 


637 


90 




Jnterest on Coupon Bonds, 


34,704 






Interest ou Bonds of Fay- 








etteville 6c AV'estern Plank- 








road Company, 


1,S0( 






Interest on jionds of Cape 


. 






Fear (S: Deep liiver Navi- 








gation ('Oui])any, 


2,49( 




* 


'Military i\])propriatioUj 


392,944 


C6 



593,57669 



10 



DocrMENT 'No. G. 



[Session 



Treasurer'' s, Report f/j-r the two Fimal 



IbOi. 
Alio-. 



Sepfc. 



iPresidential Election, 
iFublic Printings 
iState Ilegistered P>onds, 
jSlicrifFs for settling, 
iSenatorial Election, 
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Contino-encies, 
Convention, 
Executive Department, 
Fugitive from Justice, 
jGeneral xYsseinbly, 
Interest on Coupon Bonds, 
Intei'cst on State Eegis- 

ed Bonds, 
Judicmry, 

i Military Appropriations, 
Presidential Election, 
iPublic Printing, 
■Pensioners, 
IPublic Tax Refunded, 
Post Office, 
|Sherili's for settling, 
;Senator:al Election, | 

jState Librarian, 
[State Department, 
IPublic Arms 



19Gi77' 
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[Sessi 



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Treasurer's Report firr the two Fiscal 



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DOCU.MEXT Xo. G. 



Tears ejiding Ee.pterrJje.r ZOih, 1862. 



PUBLIC FUXI) RECEIPT. 



iS6ir!f ;' f 

Oct. jjTnsane Tax, -$ 

j'Militaiy Appropriation.!; 
'State Loans, 11 

I Tax on Bnnk Stock, ji 
jTrcasury Xotes, ;j 

Nov. Coupoii^Bonds, jl 

, |Jnsane Asylum Tax, |[ 
tm rMilitary Appropriation. f 
ptate Loans, '' 

i;Treasnry Xotcs, h 

I'Srato Loans, I 

j;Tax on Bank Stock, |j 

Dec. pint, on Treasury Notes, '] 
ll Military Appropriation.:' 
ilTax on Bank Stock, f 
[state Loans, jl 

JiTreasury Xotes, j^ 

.. jiTreasnry Notes, :j 

1S62. ' j |l 

Jan. -Cherokee Bonds, 

r Insane Asylum Tax, 

* Military Appropriation, ! 

fState Loans, 'j 

■Tax on Bank Stock, 

i Treasury Notes, ^ 

I Treasury Notes, ' 
^ I Treasury Notes, 

Feb. 1 Cherokee Bonds, ' 

Coupon Bonds, *'| 

II Military Appropriation,! 
I Treasury Notes, '! 

. I State Loans, 
] Treasury Notes, 
llarcii Military A])propriation, 
jState Coupon Bonds, S 
:! per cent., 
[■State Loans, 
i;Treasury Notes, 
.Treasury Notes, 



181 
37,021 33 

303,200!G7ii 

• 6,27160 

17,151- 

62,000 

130 48 
12,.549 52 
301,ll:0'3li 
40,1001 ! 
50,0S1'37 ! 
819|54| 
276,20 
8,500| 
875 
311,495 22 

50,740 
109,200 

TO 
2S3;60 
6,S56|61 
43,876;02 
2,400 ! 
257,2S0i 
11,100' 
131.03S!50. 
5921 ii 
220,00C ;! 

. 50^ 
233,400 
47.443 
125,691 



83,1 
50 



530,029,78 

I . 
278,948' 
154,546 31 
169,310; 
265.00'j' 



363,778 60 



485,124 



22 



481,08642 



627,17 



T33 



Doci^iENT jSTo. 6. 



[Session 



Ti-easurcr''s lieporifor the two .Fiscal 



•: arch 
T:.r;i 



J »aY 



lie 



uiv 



Au- 



G 



per 



per 



Wilmino'ton tt Y/'eldon! 

Rail iload Bonds, j 
State Coupon Bonds, 8' 
; per cent, 
State Conpon Bonds, G 
j per cent, convertible,! 
MiiitcUy Appropriation, 
Insane Asylum Tax, 
Si ate Loans, 
!Treasur7 IVotes, 
jTreasnrv K"otes, 
jConpon Bonds, 

cent., 
State Loans, 
Conpon Bonds, 

cent, convertible, 
Cherokee Bonds, 
Ci;>ntingeucies, 
Alilitarj Appropriation, 
|Treasnrj Kotes, 
Treasnry I^otes, 
State Loans, 
State Conpon -Bonds, 8 
! ]>er cent., 
State Coiipon Bonds, G 
; per cent, convertible, 
Tax 6n Bank Stock, 
Public Tax, 
Treasury jS'otes, 
Literest on State Loans. 
iTax on Attorney's L*- 
! cences, 
Treasury I^otes, 
;Conpon Bonds, 8 per 
j cent., 
InsaneAsjlnm, 
Military Appropriation, 
Public Taxes, 
State Loans, ; 

Tvpasrirv Is otes, 
Coupoji Bonds, S per ct.. 
Coupon Bond.s, 6 perct.] 



2.205. 555iG0 



6 21,vrGI(M l,419,6.10il!' 

G22,500j 11 

.•;, ^2,500 ' 

' 3T,551j3G ■ 

216 ^ 

0S,9a0j 

228,000 • <: 
85,978 ; 1,105,G95|3G 

i;o3o,oo6 ij 

607,5i9'90:i ; 

79,500 

1,708 

35 

12920 

1S2,633'50 

304,000 

348,130i 

i 
1 

315,0CO: 

21,OOo| 
10.648120 
10,052 90 
140,066 
10 

99|75 

1,226 

254,000 i 
264'85! 

22,480^75! 

15,967|28i 
246,96660| 
204,987|50| 
422,00* t 

18,500, , 



846,232;S5 



T44,6C6'98 



1862-'63.] 



DOCTTMENT No. 6. 



Years ending Septemhcr ZOih, 1862. 



1862. 
Ang. 



Sept. 



Insane Tax, 

Military Appropriation, 

Public Taxes, 

State Loans, 

Tax on Bank Stock, 

Treasury Notes, 

Coupon Bonds, 8 per 

cent., 
jConpon Bonds, 8 per «t.i 
I Confederate Tax, 
Inter't on Advance Pay 
! ments, 

jinsane Asylum Tax, 
jlnsane Asylum Tax, 
'insane Asylum Pay Pa- 
tients, 
Coupon Bonds, 6 pr. ct. 

convertible. 
Accrued Interest on 

eight per cent, eerti- 

licates, 
Military Appropriation, 
Money remaining in 

hands of clerks and 

others, 
Public Taxes, 
Revised Code, 
State Loans, 
Tax on Bank Stocks, 
Treasury Notes, 



$ 



62 

15,577 

152,542 

143,871 

1,110 

415,475 

174,000 

1,404,07^ 



16 



3,93646 

576 

2,577124, 



30 
2,500 



12,970 
117,511 



4167 

502,35735 

99! 
793,933:20 
5,450i40 
375,535 



$ 1,169,704!?,^ 



3,395,59187 



$13,297,973 50 



Doc. No. 6.] 



18 



Document Ko. 6. [Session 

Treasurer's Report for the two Fiscal 



PUBLIC FUND DISBUKSEMENTS. 



Contingencies, |$ 

Agricultural Societies, 
Appropriation for Edu 

cation al Furposes, 
Capitol Square, 
Comptroller's Dep^t, 
Copying Laws, 
Council of State, 
General Assembly, 
[Geological Survey, 
Insane Asylum, 
Int. on Coupon Bonds, 
Interest on Bonds of 
Cape Fear & Deep! 
River Navigation Co., 
Interest on Registered 

Bonds, 
Interest on Fayetteville 
and Western Plank- 
road Bonds, 
Judiciary, 

iMilitary Appropriation, 
Pensioners, 
^Public Printing, 
'Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Buildings, 
Treasury Department, 
Contingencies, 
Board of Internal Im- 
provement, 
Comptroller's Depart- 
ment, 

Congressional Election, 
Convention, 

Executive Department, 
Int. on Coupon Bonds, 
Interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 



680 
1,500 

1,184 

75 

250 

201 

463 

117 

500 

10,000 

50,709 



525 
60 



55 



50 



80 



30 

3,71593 

590,173 34 

50 

472 



65 

687 
640 

23 



87 



250 
148 

156 

689 

8,934 

30 



$ 661,460 



49 



1862-'63.] 



Document 1no« 6. 



![♦ 



Years ending Sej)iember 30th, 18(52. 



«$' 



1861. 

Nov. 



Dec. 



1862. 
Jan. 



Intst, on Bonds of Fay- 
etteville and Western 
Plank Road Co., 
Judiciary, 

Military Appropriation, 
Presidential Election, 
Post Office, 
Public Tax Refunded, 
Western Railroad from 
Fayetteville to Coal 
Fields 
Binding Laws, 
Contingencies, 
Congressional Election, 
Convention, 
Copying Laws, 
Distributing Laws, 
Educational Appropria- 
tion, 
Electoral Election, 
Executive Department, 
Int. on Coupon Bonds, 
Do on Bonds of Cape 
Fear and Deep River 
Navigation Co., 
Judiciary, 

Military Appropriation, 
Presidential Election, 
Public Printing, 
State Loans, 
Treasury Department, 

Congressional Election, 
Comptroller's Departm't 
Contingencies, 
Capitol Square, 
Convention, 
Distributing Laws, 
Executive Department, 
Geological Survey, 
Int. on State Registered 
Bonds, 



105 

4,588 
406,184 



C4S7T 
5199 
25 80 



62,000 

499 

2,737 

40 

11,982 

148 

93 



81087 



232 

825 

7,593 



1,755 
2,443 

387,218 

275 

278 

15,062 

687 

47 

87 

6,003 

75 

50 

526 

125 

1,375 

2,733 



10 



76 



484,477103 



432,192181 



Document No. 6. 



[Session 



Treasurer's Report for the two Fiscal 



1862. II 








— ' 


ran. 


Interest on Fajetteville 












and Western Plank K'd 












Bonds, 


% 2,821 


16 








[Interest on Treasury 












1 Notes, 




80 








jint. on Coupon Bonds, 


73,089 










Int. on Bonds of Cape 












Fear and Deep River 












Navigation Co. 


2,355 










iJndiciarj, 


2,462 


50 








jMilitarj Appropriation, 


425,728 


40 








Premium on Charleston 












Funds, 


100 










jPresidential Election, 


160 


82 








Public Tax Refunded, 


31 


20 








State Department, 


200 










State Library, 


148 










Superintend't of Capitol, 


65 










State Registered Bonds, 


7,500 










State Loans, 


30,068 


53 


555,754 


95 


^'eb. 


Convention, 


15,254 


80 








Contingencies, 


2.,354 


58 








iCongressional Election, 


28 


66 








'Council of State, 


120 










Convention Election, 


0, 


50 








Insane Asylum, 


1,500 










Executive Mansion, 


1 


50 








Int. on State Registered 












Bonds, 


125 


98 








Int. on Coupon Bonds, 


8,274 










Int. on Cape Fear and 












Deep River Naviga- 












tion Bonds, 


345 










Interest on State Loans, 


292 


51 








Military Appropriations, 


282,422 


46 








Presidential Election, 


77 


^(S 








State Registered Bonds, 


5,000 










State Loans, 


40,000 










Western North Carolina 












Railroad, 


220,000 




575,799 


64 


klarcli 


Contingencies, 


o,314i.59| 






1 


Convention, j 


347 


so; 







1862-'G3.] 



Document No. 6. 



21 



Years ending SepUmher 30ih, 1862. 



1862. 
March 



Apl-il 



Copying Laws, 

Council of State, 

Distributing Laws, 

Insane Asylum, 

Geological Survey, 

Interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

Int. on Coupon Bonds, 

Int on Cape Fear and 
Deep River Bonds, 

Interest on Treasury 
Notes, 

Military Appropriation, 

Pensioners, 

Public Printing, 

Presidential Election, 

State Loans, 

Treasury Notes, 

State Registered Bonds, 

Contingencies, 

Convention, 

Comptroller's Dep'm't, 

Council of State, 

Capitol Square, 

Distributing Laws, 

Congressional Election, 

Executive Department, 

Geological Sut-vey, 

Insane Asylum, 

Insolvent Polls, 

[nt. on Coupon Bonds, 

Interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

Judiciary, 

Interest on Treasury 
Notes, 

Military Appropriation, 

State Loans, 

State Department, 

State Library, 

Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Buildings, 



79 

171 

499 

8,000 

375 

134 

9,525 

270 

4 
1,196,938 

40 

1,012 

12 

162,933 

300 

6,500 

3,315 

32 

187 

206 

75 

440 

13 

950 

375 

3,000 

199 

57,975 

173 

1,875 

6,277 

657,772 

179,458 

200 

112 

65 



50 



33 



48 

79 
75 
17 



29 
60 
50 



S3 
10 



70 



29 



76 
67 
13 

50 



$ 1,392,45'; 



41 



22 



Document Ko. 6. 



[Session 



Treasurer's Report for the two Fiscal 



Presidential Election 

Public Printing, 

State Registered Bonds, 

Treasury Notes, 

Treasury Department, 

Convention, 

Contingencies, 

Copying Laws, 

Geological Survey, 

Interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

Interest on Bonds of 
Fayetteville & Wes- 
tern Plank Road, 

Interest on Treasury 
Notes, 

Int. on Coupon Bonds, 

Int. on Bonds of Cape 
Fear and Deep River 
Navigation Company, 

Judiciary, 

Military Appropriation, 

Post Office, 

Pensioners, 

Public Printing, 

State Loans, 

Treasury Notes, 

State Registered Bonds, 

Convention, 

Convention Election, 

Congressional Election, 

Coupon Bonds, 6 per 
cent., convertible, 

Comptrollers Departra't, 

Contingencies, 

Board of Internal Im- 
provement, 

Executive Department, 

Interest on Treasury 
Notes, 

Interest on Treasury 
Notes- 



$ 45 


33 






69 


74 






12,500 








74,800 








987 


50 


% 1,001,106 


94 


9,188 


10 






3,503 


99 






72 


50 






125 








277 


44 






150 








51 


34 






11,853 








150 








1,085 








460,485 


56 






4 


05 






40 








256 


25 






699,955 


05 






3,070 








12,000 




1,202,267 


28 


111 








16 


50 






7 


83 






500 








187 


50 






3,469 


63 






37 


10 






760 








63 


75 






41 


29 







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1862-'63.] 



Document No. 6. 



23 



Years ( 


mdiivg Sepiemher SOih, 1862. 








1862. 
June. 


Interest on State Regis- 






t*?^ 






tered Bonds, 


$ 23 


16 








Int. on Coupon Bonds, 


3,259 


42 








Int. on Treasury Notes, 


6 


05 








Congressional Election, 


8 


32 








Interest on State Loans, 


7,408 


30 








Judiciary, 


3,158 


70 








Insane Asylum, 


3,000 










Military Appropriation, 


834,266 07 








Presidential Election, 


96 50 








Public Printing, 


146 


63 








Public Tax Refunded, 


120 


08 








State Registered Bonds, 


1,000 










State Loans, 


392,134 


34 








State Department, 


300 










Superintendent of Pub- 












lic Buildings, 


65 










State Library, 


143 


10 








Treasury Department, 


1,237 


50 








Treasury Notes, 


11,950 




$ 1,263,497 


77 


July. 


Capitol Square, 


75 










Contingencies, 


3,119 


62 








Convention, 


69 










Council of State, 


116 


60 








Executive Department, 


200 


10 








Geological Survey, 


375 










Interest on Fayetteville 












& Western Plankroad 












Company Bonds, 


2,265 










Interest on State Regis- 












tered Bonds, 


71 


52 








Interest on Treasury 












Notes, 


942 


07 








Int. on Coupon Bonds, 


21,567 










Interest on Cape Fear & 






,.1 






Deep River Naviga- 










tion Bonds, 


2,670 








Interest on State Loans, 


11,119 


72 






Judiciary, 


3,350 




1 






Military Appropriation, 


802,864 


52 








Pensioners, 


100 










Post Office, . 


165 


81 







24 



DOCUMEWT No. 6. 



[SessioBt 





Treasurer' 6 Report for 


ike two Fiscal 


1862. 
July. 


State Registered Bonds, 


$ 7,000 








y 


State Loans, 


260,592 


32 








Treasury Notes, 


28,340 




$ 1,145,002 


88 


Ang. 


Capitol Square, 
Comptroller 's Depart- 
ment, 


6 
1,000 










Congressional Election, 


49 


16 








Council of State, 


151 










Contingencies, 


6,820 


58 








Governor's Election, 


240 










Int. on Treasury Notes, 


367 


36 








Int. on Coupon Bonds, 


65,100 










Interest on Fayetteville 












& Western Plankroad 












Bonds, 


90 










Governor's House, 


23 


40 








Insane Asylum, 


9,000 










Interest on Bonds of 












Cape Fear and Deep 












River Navigation Co., 


915 










Interest on State Regis- 












tered Bonds, 


195 










Interest on State Loans, 


3,171 










Judiciary, 


975 










Military Appropriation, 


215,658 


^^ 








Presidential Election, 


51 


86 








Pnblic Tax Refunded, 


10 










Public Printing, 


727 


74 








Sheriffs for Settling, 


479 


69 








Senatorial Election, 


56 


23 








State Loans, 


226,820 


70 








State Library, 


4 


76 








Treasury Notes, 


10,270 




542,083 


13 


Sept. 


Contingencies, 


12,716 


16 








Executive Department, 


700 


05 








Int. on Coupon Bonds, 












8 per cent, 


36,080 


55 








Int. on Coupon Bonds, 












6 per cent.. 


12,555 










Int. on Bonds of Cape 












Fear & Deep River 












Navigation Company, 


630 









l862-'63.] 



Document No. 6. 



25 



Tears ending September 30^A, 1862. 



1862. 
Sep. 



Int. on Treasury Notes, 
Confederate Tax, 
Int. on Advance Pay- 
ment of Confederate 
Tax, 

Commission on B'ds sold 
for Confederate Tax, 
Congressional Election, 
Judiciary, 

[nterest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 
Governors' Election, 
Military Appropriation, 
Public Printing, 
Presidential Election, 
Public Tax Refunded, 
Senatorial Election, 
Sheriffs for settling. 
State Department, 
State Loans and Interest 
State Registered Bonds, 
Sup't of Public Build- 
ings, 
Treasury Department, 
Treasury Notes, 



92 
1,400,000 

4,627 

3,286 

254 

1,955 

36 

780 

491,767 

1,570 

639 

570 

169 

1,386 

250 

929,629 

3,000 

65 
1,112 

7,760 



20 



50 



59 



1^12,167,73472 



26 



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Treasurer's Beportfor the two Fiscal 



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Document No. 6. [Session 

Treasurer's Report for the two Fiscal 



LITERARY FUND DISBURSEMENTS. 











Income. 


ISfil 










Oct. 


Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


% 3,007 
2,000 


98 








Expense Account, 


98 


60 


% 5,106 


58 


Nov. 


Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


1,622 
1,000 


70 








Expense Account, 


423 




3,045 


70 


Dec. 


Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum^ 


1,501 
1,000 


08 








Expense Account, 


53 




2,5-54 


08 


1862. 








, 




Jan. 


Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


2,000 










Expense Account, 


849 




2,849 




Feb. 


Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


664 

1,000 


80 








Expense Account, 


48 




1,712 


80 


March 


Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


1,000 




1 




Expense Account, 


1,390 


50 


2,390 


50 


April. 


Common Schools 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


29,928 
2,000 


11 








Expense Account, 


58 


50 


31,986i61 


May. 


Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


6,122 

1,000 


43 








Expense Account, 


460 


62 


7,583 


05 


June. 


Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


9,705 
1,000 


11 








Expense Account, 


24 




10,729 


11 


July. 


Common Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


Y,228 
1,000 


92 








Educational Appropriation, 


1,133 


50 








Expense Account, 


375 




9,737 


42 


Aug. 


Common Schools, 






4,090104 


Bept. 


Common Schools, 


941 


64 


1 




Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 


2,000 










Expense Account, 

Amount of Disbursements 


54 




2,995 


64 














from Income, 






$ 84,780 


53 



1862-'63.] DocoiEirr No. 6. 

Years ending September ZOth, 1862. 



29 



stateme:n"t, 

Showing Receipts and Disbursements of Sinking Fund from 
October 1, 1S60 to September 30, 1862, inclusive: 



1S60. 








Oct. 


Balance due Sinking Fund 








October 1, 1860, 


$ 75 






Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


4,965 




1361. 








Jan. 


Raleigh and Gaston Railroad 








Dividends, 


19,500 




1862. 








Jan. 


Railroad Dividends, (Raleigh 


1 
1 






<fe Gaston Railroad,) 


1 20,475 




Aug. 


Raih'oad Dividends, (Raleigh 








& Gaston Railroad,) 


68,250 






Interest on Coupon Bonds, 


49,875 




1860. 






Oct. 

1862. 
Aug. 


Bj Coupon Bonds, 


$ 5,000 




By Coupon Bonds, 


158,000 






Balue due this fund Sept. 
30, 1862, 










1 



140 



30 



Document No. C. [Session 

Treasurer's Report for the two Fiscal 





RECAPITULATION. 
Public Fund. 




1860. 














Oct 

1 


Balance due this fund 

this day, 
Receipts for fiscal year 

endingSept. 30, 1861, 
Receipts for fiscal year 

ending September 30, 


$ 637,752 
3,523,981 


73 

25 










1862, 


13,297,973 


50 


$17,459,707 


46 




Disbursements for fiscal 














3^ear ending Septem- 














ber 30, 1861, 


3,750,039 


74 










Disbursements for fiscal 














year ending Septem- 














ber 30, 1862, 
Balance due this fund 


12,167,734 


72 


15,917,774 


46 












October 1, 1862. 






$ 1,541,933 


02 




Literary Fund. 




1860. 














Oct. 


Balance overdrawn this 

day. 
Disbursements for fiscal 


$ 22,136 


57 










year ending Septem- 
ber 30, 1861, 
.Disbursements for fiscal 
year ending Septem- 


150,749 


68 










ber 30, 1862, 
Receipts for fiscal year 


84,780 


53 


$ 


257,666 


78 










endingSept. 30, 1861. 


$ 154,839 


37 










Receipts for fiscal year 














endingSept. 30,1862, 
Receipts, 


126,610 


36 




281,449 


73 




$ 


281,449 


73 




Disbursements, 








257,666 


78 




Balance due this fund 
October 1, 1862, 








1 








$ 


23,782 


95 



1862-63.] Document Xo. 6. 

Years ending Sepiemher SOih^ 1862. 



31 



GENERAL STATEMENT OF STATE FUNDS, SEP- 
TEMBER 30, 1862. 



Bal. to credit of Public Fund, 


$ 1,541,933 


02 






Do " Literary " 


23,782 


95 






Do " Sinking « 


UO 


— 


$ 1,565,855 


97 


Disposed of as follows : 






Bank of North Carolina, 


$ 1.029,904 


97 






Do Cape Fear, 


419,964 


54 






Do Washington, 


612 


29 






Cancelled Coupons in Bank of 










the Republic, as shown by 










account from that Bank, 


88,260 








Cash in Bank of Republic, 


3 


23 






Cash and Vouchers in vault : 










Check of M. P. Pegram, 


400 








Do " W. S. Downer, 


1,500 








Do •' J. A. Engelhard, 


400 








Do " W. S. Downer, 


50 








Do " W. S. Downer, 


900 








Draft " W. J. Hawkins, 


125 


69 






Do " W. P. Solomon, 


150 








Check " P. H. Winston, 


108 








Draft " D. Clark, 


470 








Check " K. P. Battle, 


90 


' 






Do " S. Burg win. 


20 








Do " J. A. Lancaster & Co, 


97 


19 






Cash paid in by Sheriff of Hali- 










fax, 


13,009 


25 






Draft on Raleigh and Gaston 










Railroad, 


646 


45 






Cash and other vouchers, 


9,144 


36 


$ 1,565,855 


97 



32 



DocuifENT No. 6. [Session 

Treasurer's Reioort f(yr the two JFiscal 



STOCK ACCOUNT SINKING FUND, SEPTEMBER 



30, 1862. 





ASSETS. 




RESOIJRCES. 


Six per ct. Coupon 






Profit and Loss, 


$ 3,255 




Bonds, dated, 






Railroad Divid- 






January 1, 1856, 


$ 50; 




dends. 


435,475 




October 1, 1856, 


2,000 




Surplus Reven'e, 


100,000 




July 1, 1857, 


500 




Interest on Cou- 






April 1, 1857, 


2,000 




pon Bonds, 


76,410 




October 1, 1857, 


31,000 










April 1, 1855, 


19,000 










July 1, 1858, 


2,000 










October 1, 1858, 


29,000 










April 1, 1859, 


9,000 










July 1, 1859, 


133,000 










October 1, 1859, 


73,500 










January 1, 1860, 


36,000 










Do 1, 1860, 


5,500 










Do 1, 1860, 


20,000 






, 




July 1, 1860, 


90,000 










Do 1, 1860, 


6,000 










Eight pr. ct. Coup- 












on Bonds, dated 












March 1, 1862, 


158,000 










Cash, 


140 












$615,140 




$ 615,140 





'm 



1862-*6^S.J Document No. 6. 

Years ending September ZOth, 1863. 



33 



STATEMENT, 
Shoicing Bonded Debt of the State of IfoHli Carolina. 



Bonds issued for Tntcrnal Improvement, !$ 8,331,500 

" Insane Asylum, | 125,000 

" " under act lor certain purposes,!] 1,360,000 
" " " '• '' funding Treasury 

Notes, * 163,500 

Bonds issued to Literary Board, 81,005 



Bond Debt at 6 per cent, interest, 

Bonds of Cape Fear and Deep River Navi- 

tion Company assumed by State, 
Bonds issued under act for funding Treasurv 

Notes at 8 per cent, interest. 
Bonds issued for payment of Confederate Ta'sc, 

8 per cent., 

Total Bond Liabilities, 

Of the above amount there is six per cent. 

interest on. 
Eight per cent interest on, 



$ 10,051,005 
300,000 
3,096,500 
1,364,500 

$ U,S 12,005 



$ 10,351,005 
4,401,000 

t$ 14,812,005i 



Doo. No. 6.] 



Document ITo. 6. [Session 

Treasurer'' s Report for the two Fiscal 



ESTIMATED RECEIPTS 

Into Piiblic Fund for Fiscal Year commencing October 1, 
1862, a7id ending S''piemher 30, 18G3 ; and also, for Hscal 
Year commencijig October 1, 18G3, and ending September 

30, IBG-i, as follows: 



1S62^'3. 



Balance <o credit of Public Fund 
September 30, 1862, |$ 

Public T'Axes, | 

Due from counties in Iiands of 
enemy, 

Tax on Attorneys' License, 

Cherokee Bonds, 

Tax on Bank Stocks, 

Due from Confederate States, as 
excess of tax paid by tlie State 
of Xorth Carolina and 10 per 
cent, for prompt payment, ^ 

Balance of small notes to be is- 
sued under existing r^cts, 

Due from Brunswick county, exlj 
elusive of fine. 



1,541,933021 

754,898 49: 



69,722 

99 

2,370 

^7,574 



111,174 

584,169 

4,255 



% 3,096,198 



Estimated receipts for 1862-'3, 

includmg balance on band, i$ 3,096,198 

EstimatedVeceiptsfor 1863-'4, j 784,943 

Total estimated receipts, p 3,881,141 



I 754,898 



99 

2,370 

27,574 



54 



1863-'4. 



# 784,943 



49 

75 

99 



23 



1862-'63.] DocuMENt No. 3. 

Years ending Septemher SOth, 1862. 



ESTIilATED DISP/JRSE»viEIsrTS. 

jFrom the Public Fund for jiical year coininencing October 1, 
1S6'2, and cndi7i(j ScpUmber SO, 1S63; and also, for fiscal 
year coinmencihg October 1, 1863, and ending Septembr 30, 
1%Q^, as folio ioa : , 



Expenses of State Government, viz : 

Expcntive Department, 

Treasury Department, 

Comptroller's Departnient, 

State Deparnnent, 

Superintendent of Public EniMings. 

Judiciar}', 

General A3«^embly, 

GeoJogical Survey, 

Public Printing, 

Distribntin^r Laws, 

Sheriffs for Settling, 

Governor's Election, 

Senatorial Election, 

Library, 

Agricultural S')cictle3, 

Pensioners, 

Insane Asylmn, 

Council of State, 

Printing and Lithographing, (say,) 

Paper and cost of signing Treasury 
Notes, 

Contingent Expenses, 

Int. on Bonded D^ibt of State, viz : 

At six per cent., 

At eiglit per rent., 

Interest on $450,000 of bonds to be 
issued for Wilmington, Charlotte 
& Rntheifoid Railroad, 

Interest now due on Loans and Reg- 
istered Bonds, 



lS62-'3 


. 


1863-'4 


• 


$ 3,300 




$ 3,300 




4,450 




4,451 




2,250 




2,25'. 




1,000 




l,O0i 




2Cu 




260 




28,601* 


32 


2S,6U9 


52 


60,000 








4,600 




4,600 




5,303 


90 


5,393 


90 


1,551) 




1,550 




1,865 


87 


1,865 


37 






l,02ci 


225 


87 


225JS7 


337 


75 


337175 


1,500 




l,500i 


230 




23fl 


75,000 




75,00('l 


1,226 


60 


1,226 


60 


5,000 




5,000 




10,000 




10,000 




5,000 




1 ^5,000 




621,060 


30 


621,060 30 


350,880 




356,880 




27,000 




27,000 




52,351 


06 







?s 



DoouarENT Ko, 6'. [Sessioo 

Treasurer's Report for the two Fiscal 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— (Continued.) 





1862-'3. 




1863-'4. 


Interest ou Loans, 
Conp'^ns i.ot presented, (saj,) 
Balance due on account of ap 
propriation for Salt,. 


153,026 

200,000 

43,094 


94 

03 


153,('2ii 
200,000 


94 




1 1,665,22064 

1 


$ 1,510,795 


55 


Estimated Disbursements for 

1862-'63. 
Estimated Disbursements lor 

1863-'64, 




1 


% 1,665,220 

$ 1,510,795 


64 
55 


Total Estimated Disbursements, 

Estimated Receipts, 
Estimated Disbursements, 

Estimated Balance (exclusive of 
military drafts,) 


$ 3,176,016 

$ 3.881,141 
3,176,016 

$ 705,125 


19- 

76 
19 

58 



It has been my cnstoni to present at each session of the 
Geneiai Asseznbly, estimates of all the anticipated receipts 
into and disbursements from the public fund for the two suc- 
ceeding fiscal yeara ; but, as it is in) possible to foresee the 
amount of disbursements on account of the war ior that tinv:, 
I have in making out tlie osfiinates on ilr; jueseut occasion 
confined jny^e'f to l, ;".)bablc ordinary disbursements from 
tluit iV.nd, such as the cv'lia.i *v expenses of the State, the in- 
tereet due ou. our State jdubt, &c. It will be remenibej-cd 
thnt these estimates are based upon the State of the Trftas^ 
ury at the close of the last fiscal year, towi> : the SOth 
September, 1862. There are some items of anticipated re- 
ceipts, which require a word of explanation ; for instance, it 
will be seen that the sum of $111,1T4 69 is expected from 



1862-'63.] Df>OTMt^rr No, 6. 37 

Years ending September SOth^ 1862. 

t^ie ConfedGrate Government, This arises in this way. The 
Convention, by an ordinance passed Fehinary 17, 1862, as- 
sumed on the part of the State tlie yiayment of tlie tax due 
from our people to the Confederate Government. This tax 
liad to bo paid oi\ or before the first of April, 1862, in order 
to entitle the State to ten per cent, on the amount for prompt 
payment. At the time I made the payment the State tax 
collector could not inform rae v/hat amount was due from the 
State, because several of the counties had not made to him 
the necessary returns of the amount due from them, but it 
was supposed to be about $1,400,000. I was anxious that 
the State should pay enough, as I was most unwilling that 
she should be put down as a defaulter for even a part of the 
gum due, as she would have been if by any means too little 
had been paid. In the end it was found that the whole 
amount due from the State was $1,432,028 12, and as she 
was entitled to ten per cent, for prompt payment, the amount 
to be refunded is $111,174 69. Tliis will probably be received 
in a few days. I made a report to the State C(»n vention of my 
operations in relation to tliis tax, and a detailed statement of 
it is on file in the Comptroller's office for the inspection of tlio 
committee of finance. Though the time was short between 
the assumption of the payment of this tax by our Convention 
and the time at which it had to be paid, our State was the 
first to pay the tax into the Confederate Treasury. 

Aiuong tho ec:i;nr.iod receipts will be found an item for 
tax from certain counties that should have been paid this 
full. For instance the sherilT of the county of Brunswick wrote 
to me tha' ha had his tax ready for payment, but could not 
cpmc to Raleigh on account of the yellow fever in Wilming- 
ton, I took judgment against him for the tnx due and also 
for the penalty of $1,000, not believing I had any discretion 
in tho matter. Hence I have placed among the estnnatcd 
receipts for the year 1863 this back tax of $69,722 18. I 
have not included tho penalty, as the Legislature is in the 



'dS DooDMKNT ifo. 6. [ISessioii 

Treasurer's Reptirt for ike two fiscal 

hibit of remittini^ it in sncli cases. Since tlie close of the 
fiscal year the eoiuity of Perquimans lias paid into the treas- 
ury the amoiint of taxes reported by the Comptroller. The 
counties of Beaufort, Camden, Carteret, Chowan, Craven, 
Curritnck, Gates, Pasquotank, Tyrrel, and Washington did 
not pay an_^ portion of ihoir tax as it was said thai these 
counties were either entirely or partially invested b}' the 
enemy. I did not take jndo^raent against their sheriffs, as I 
thought they were excused under an ordinance of our Con- 
vention passed May 12, 1802. I have estimated this back tax 
to come in from these counties in 1803. But in collecting 
the tax hereafter much indulgence will for a time be due many 
of our fellow-citizens in the eastern portion of the State on ac- 
count of losses, which they have sustained by the invasion of 
the enemy. Tliey should not be compelled to pay tax on prop- 
erty of which they have been despoiled by the common foe. 

The Le'2;islature will perceive that according to these esti- 
mates tlie disbursements on account of the ordinary expenses 
of the State, the payment of the interest on our debt, (fee, 
would leave a balance at the close of the fiscal year 1SG4 of 
$705,125 58. But, of course, the drafs for the army during 
that time will require a much larger sum than this balance, 
imless the Conlederate Government refunds to the State a 
large amount advanced by North-Carolina on account of mil- 
itary expenditures, in time for further expenditures of the 
same kind by the State. In order to meet these drafts I re- 
spectfull}'^ submit, in the first place, that our tax be increased 
at least about one-fourth over the present amount. I believe 
our people will bear this increase without complaining. 

And I further recommend that authority be given to sell 
six per cent. State bonds running thirty years. But I pre- 
sume those will not demand as high a price as our present 
six per cent, bonds do, because these latter are payable in 
New York, and I understand many of them arc bouglit up 
in Richmond, carred to the North m spite of the blockade, 



1862-'63.] Document No> 6. 39 

Years ending Septemher 30^A, 1862. 

and used for purposes of traffic in tlio northern markets. 
And as these drafts for tlie army are often for Uirire amounts, 
sometimes necessarily presented without previous intimation, 
and the bonds should be adveitiscd before they are sold, I 
recommend that tlie treasurer be authorized to borrow from 
tiic banks or other sources. Wliat limit should be placed on 
tiiis authority to issue bonds and borrow money, the commit- 
tee of finance will probably be the better enabled to judge 
after a full conference with- the military authorities during 
the session. 

The demand for treasury notes still continues to be very 
great. It seems that those already issued circulate readily 
in the adjoining States, and that is no doubt one reason why 
the home demand still continues; and I beg leave to recom- 
mend the issuing of the following small notes in addition to 
the amount now authorized by law. This issue, of course, 
to be discontinued if the demand ceases : 
$50,000 of fifty cents each, 
30,000 of twenty-five cents each, 

5,000 of ten " « 

5,000 of five «• " 

1 have fonnd it at times very difficult on account of the 
blockade to procure suitable paper for treasury notes. It has 
been sometimes unavoidably inferior and always high ; more- 
over there were very few engravers or lithographers in the 
Southern Confederacy when the war broke out, and they 
were in great demand, especially by the Confederate and State 
Governments. I succeeded at last in procuring the services 
of Mr. J. Manouvrier, in New Orleans, who had been highly 
recommended to me. He was progressing in the preparation 
of treasury notes of the denominations of five dollars and up- 
wards, and sending them to me from time to time, when his 
operations were suddenly suspended by New Orleans fallino- 
into the hands of the enemy. Not being able then to procure 
thege notes, I had to rely for a good while on borrowing money 



40 Document No. 6. [Session 

Treasurer^* Report for Fiscal Years ending Sept. 30, 1862. 

in order to meet the draft for the army. After somfe time I 
succeeded in employing for this purpose, Messrs, J. T, Pat- 
terson & Co., of Columbia, South Carolina. 

It will be seen that there was at the close of the fiscal year 
the sum of about four hundred thousand dollars of outstanding 
coupons, which have not been presented at this office for pay- 
ment. The estimates contemplate the presentation of these 
during this and the next fiscal year, though it is hardly pro- 
bable they will all be presented during that time. 

The item of cancelled coupons in the tabular statement is 
explained in this way : just as the Bank of the Republic in 
New York was about transmitting by Adams Express to 
Raleigh a package of our coupons, which bad been taken up 
and cancelled by said bank, all communication between the 
South and North was suddenly cut off. Wc had in that 
bank at the time only the sum of $3 23. All this is shown 
by the accounts transmitted to me by the officers of said 
bank. I beg leave to suggest to the Legislature the propriety 
of passing more stringent laws against the offence of counter- 
feiting any of our treasury notes. 

The vouchers on v*^hich the operations of this office are 
based will be found in the Comptroller's office, and his report 
■will give them in detail. 

I am glad to say, what should gratify the pride of every 
North Carolinian, that the credit of our State still continues" 
to stand very high, as shown by the sale of her stocks in both 'h'^'it 
the Southern and Northern markets. 

With great respect, ^ 

D. W. COURTS, 
Public Treasurer. 

To THE Honorable, 

Speaker of the House of Commons 




Doc. No. 7.] [Ses. 1«62-'3. 



Ordered to he Printed. 
W. W. Holden, Printer to the State. 



P.EPORT OF THE COM^TROmEIt OF PUBLIG AC- 
COUNTS, FOR THE FISCAL YE4R, ENDESTa SEP- 
TEMBER SO, ise-i. 



^oS[ptk<!)t.t.br''s "Depastment, 

i^aleiffh, K a, .Dec. ZOth, 1861, 

To Mzs ^xcetlmc^ Sebtk^ T. Clikk, 

<^overtior of JSForth Cafolvna ." 

Sm:— Iliave the honor to submit herewith my Annnai 
Sleport from this Department, showing the Receipts and Dis^. 
'bnrsem^nts at the PubHc Treasury of the State of North Ca- 
i-ohna, during the fiscal year ending on the 30th day of Sep. 
tember, 1861. ^ r 

Very respectfully, 

Your ob't servant^ 
^ I C. ^. WIOGDEN, 

Comfptroller.. 









Document Ka. T. [Sessiom 

Comptroller's Report for the Fiseail 



GENERAL STATEMENT. 



Amount in hands of Public 










Treasurer, Oct. 1st, 1860, 


$ 615,691 


16 






Receipts of Literary Fund for 










fiscal year ending Sept. 30y 










1861,, 


154,839 


37 






Receipts of Public Fund for fis- 










cal year ending Sep. 30, '61. 


3,523,981 


25 






Receipts of Sinking Fund for 










fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 










1861, 


24,465 




% 4,318,976 


78 


Disbursements of Literary 










Fund for fiscal year ending 










Sept. 30, 1861, 


150,749 


68 






Disbursements of Public Fund 








1 


for fiscal year ending Sept. 








1 


30, 1861. 


3,750,039 


74 






Disbursements of Sinking Fund 










for fiscal year ending Sept. 










30, 1861, ' 


5,000 




3,905,769 


42 


Leaving in hands of Public 
Treasurer, Oct. 1st, 1361, 














$ 413,187 


36 


LITERAR^ 


Y FUND. 




Balance overdrawn by Literary 










Fund, Oct. 1st, 1860, 


$ 22,135 


57 






Disbursements of LiteraryFund 










for fiscal y<ear ending Sep. 30, 










1861. 


150,749 


68 


S 172,886 


25 


Receipts of Literary Fund for 










fiscal year eoiKling Sept. 30, 










1861, 






154,839 


37 


Balance overdrawn by this 
Fvmd, Oct. 1, 18,61^ 














$ 18,046 


88 



1862-'63.] Document No. 7. 

Year ending September ZQth^ 1861. 



PUBLIC FUND. 



Balance due Public Fund Oc- 


1 
1 








tober 1, 1860, 
Eeceipts of Public Fund for fis- 


1$ 637,752 


73 






cal year ending Sept. 30, 1861, 
Disbursements of Public Fund 


3,523,981 


25 


% 4,161,733 


98 


ibr fiscal year ending Sept. 
SO, 1861, 






3,750,039 


74 


Balance due this Fund, Oct. 1, 






1861, 






$ 411,694 


24 



1860. 
Oct. 



AMOUNT OF SINKING FUND, 



$ 457,040 



SINKING FUND— (i^^ce^>fo.) 

Statement E. 

Exhihiting the sources from which the Receipts of the Siiik- 
ing fund have been derived during the fscal year end' 
itig Sept. 30, 1861, as follows: 



1860. 
Oct. 

1861. 
Jan. 



Balance due this Fund, Oct. 

1st, 1860, 
Received as interest on State 

Coupon Bonds, held by 

Sinking Fund, 
Received of the Raleigh and 

Gaston Railroad Company, 

as dividend on stock in 

said Road, appropriated to 

the Sinking Fund, 



$ 75 

4,965 

19,500 



$ 24,540 



DociTMEifT No. 7. [Session 

Comptroller's B&portfor the Fiscal 



SINKING Y\5^J).-~{mslmrsements.) 

Statement F. 

Shovying the Disbursements of the Sinking Fund, as follows: 



1860. 
Oct. 



Carried forward receipts, 
Transferred to Public Fund 
in payment for 5 State Cou- 
pon Bonds of $1,000 eacli, 
dated July 1st, 1860, and 
running .iO years, 
Balance due this Fund, Oct., 
1861, 



$ 24,540 



5,000 



% 19,540 



EECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS, 



Of Literary Fnnd for fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1861. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



I860. 



1S61. 



October^ 

November, 

December, 

January, 

February, 

March, 

April, 

May, 

June, 

July, 

August, 

Pcptember, 



387[03 

27,94209 

l,30o|36 

49701 
46,162 
19635 



354 

31,478 

149 

20,813 
16,414 

9,188 



33 
30 

82 
31 

90 

87 



$ 5,110 



83 
97 
71 
46 
56 
32 
72 
85 
60 
76 
3,393146 
7,064 ir> 



59,965 

24,621 

10,220 

3,001 

2,657 

3,287 

1,218 

19,247 

10,929 



.$ 1 o4,839;37 $ 1 50,749l6S 



862-'63.] Document No. 7. 

Year ending September SOth, 1861. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
Of Public Fund for Fiscal Tear ending Sept. 30ih, 18G1. 



1860. 


October, 


(( 


November, 


(( 


December, 


1861. 


January, 




February, 


« 


March, 


(( 


April, 


(( 


iMay, 




June, 


<c 


July, 


X( 


August, 


(( 


September, 



EECEIPTS. 
A 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



\'f:,' 



7,962 75 $ 105,532;06 

70,237 20 78,306j77 

312,055 333,052 79 

200,000 356,438186 

1,973 100,918 31 

21,27861 63,294 59 

9,04802 35,61217 

638,296j74: 360,20210 

645,500 733,550!72 

532,378'86 *.^.»^. 593,576169 

474,410164: ..?^:V. 439,84189 

710,840.43 549,712 79 

$ 3,523,9Sl!25 '.[['.'.'.'. $ 3,750,039174 



LITERARY FTJ^D— {Receipts.) 
Statement A. 



Fkhihiting the several sources from which the Receipts of the 
Literary Fund have heen derived. 



jAuction Tax, 
Bank Dividends, 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum Tax, 
Entries of Vacant Land?, 
Individual Notes, 
jinteregt on State Coupon Bonds, 
Interest on State Registered Bonds, 
Interest on Fayetteville <fc; Western Plank 
Road Bonds, 



1 399 

104,710 

225 

4,034 

1,300 

13,140 

G30 

l,62u 



99 



Document No. 7. [Sessioa 

Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Navigation Dividends, 
Tax on Retailers of Spirituous Liquors, 
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Divi- 
dends, 
Yadkin Navigation Company, 



Detailed as follows : 




$154,83937 



1860. 
Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 

1861. 
Jan. 

Feb. 



March 
April. 
May. 



Received of sundry persons for entries of 

vacant lands, 
James S. Snow, Sheriff Halifax County, 

tax on Retailers, 
Sundry persons for entries of Yacant 

Lands, 
Bank of Cape Fear, dividend on stock 

held by Literary Fund in said Bank, 
Sundry persons for entries of vacant lands. 

Sundry persons for entries of Vacantj 

Lands, 
Bank of North Carolina, dividend on 

stock held by Literary Fund in said 

Bank, 

Wilmington & Weldon Railroad Compa- 
ny, dividend on stock held by Literary 

Fund in said Company, 
Sundry persons for entries of Yacant 

Lands, 
Sundry persons for entries of Yacant 

Lands, 
Sundry persons for entries of Yacant 

Lands, 
Bank of Cape Fear, dividend on stock 

held by Literary Fund in said Bank, 
George McNeill, Agent for Cape Fear 

Navigation Company, dividend on 

stock in said Company, 
Alfred Johnson, on account of note held 

by Literary Board, ^liwii 



307 
30 

722 

27,220 
1,305 

497 

30,162 

16,000 
196 
354 

308 
27,220 

650 
1,300 



03 

09 
36 
01 



35 
33 
30 



i^e^'es.] 



Document No. T. 



Year ending September 30<A, 1861. 



1861. 
May, 



Jane. 
Julj. 



Aug. 



G. W. Johnson, President and Treasurer 

Yadkin Navigation Company, being 

amount refunded tiie State by said 

Corporation, 
Sundry persons for entries of Vacant 
1 Lands, 
Sundry persons for entries of Vacant 

Lands, 
Bank of the State of North Carolina, 

dividends of Stock in said Bank belong 

ing to Literary Fund, 
George McNeill, Agent for Cape Fear 

Navigation Company, dividend on 

stock in said Company, 
Sundry persons for entries of Vacant 

Lands, 
J. E. Robinson, Sheriff Catawba County, 

tax for indigent pupils at Institution 

for the Deaf and Dumb and the 

Blind, 
President and Directors of th« Literary 

Fund, interest on State Registered 

Bonds, 
President and Directors of the Literary 

Fund, interest on State Coupon 

Bonds, 
President and Directors of the Literary 

Fund, interest on Bonds of Fayette- 

ville and Western Plank Road Cora 

Sundry Sheriffs, tax on Retailers of 
Spirituous Liquors, as follows : 



Robinson, Sheriff Catawba 
J. A. Long, " Richmond 

A. H. Haasell, " Bertie 

T. J. Carr, " Duplin 

R. B. Paschal, " Chatham 

J. R. Smith, Tax. Col. Wayne 
J. W. Steed, Sheriff Randolph 
C. Austin, " Union 

M. Spainhour, Tax Col. Burke 
jL. H. Lowranoe, Sheriff Lincoln 



Co., 

u 



2,000 



149 
55 

20,108 

650 

79 

75 

630 

13,140 



1,620 



30 
60 
60 

180 
90 
30 
30 
30 
30 

120 



82 
31 



90 



DOCWWETXT 'No. 7. 



[SeSSMDH- 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



J. B. Lee, Sheriff Currituck Co., 

W. W. Long, " Yadkin " 

Sundry persons for entries of Yaeant 
Lands, 

Sundry Sheriffs, Auction Tax, 

J. L. Bundv, Sheriff Cabarrus County, 
tax for indigent pupil at Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the 
Blind, 

W. A. Walton, Sheriff Kowan County, 
tax for indigent pupil at Institution 
for the Deaf aad Dumb and the 
BHnd, 

Sundry Sheriffs, tax on Ketailers of Spir- 
ituous Liquors, as follows : 

J. L. Bundy, Sheriff Cabarrus 



Johnston 

Iredell 

Gaston 



W. H. Cullom, 
W. F. Wasson, 
Joseph Lusk, 
Josiah Hodges, 
Matthias Masten, 

R. Hunter, 
W. A. Walton, 
W. E. iMann, 
W A Thompson, 
W. W. Grier, 
F. D. Foxhall, 
W. A. Meroney, 
H. B. Deaver, Tax Col. Madison 
J. L. Ward, Sheriff Polk 



Co., 



Forsyth " 

Gates " 

Rowan " 

Pasquotank " 

Wayne " 

Mecklenburg " 

Edgecombe " 

Davie " 



R. P. Melvin, 
Martin Walker, 
W. T. Crawford, 
G. B. Threadgill, 
Wm. Hay more, 
J. C. Griffith, 
J. M. Carson, 
G. M. Green, 
J. B. Hare, 
H. B. Norman, 



Bladen 

Rutherford 

Martin 

Anson 

Surry 

Caswell 

Ashe 

Cleaveland 

Hertford 

Tyrrel 



West Massey, Tax Col. Johnston 
K. H. Worthy, Sheriff Moore 



120 
90 

58 
399 



76 



75 



90 

330 

30 

120 

150 

30 

90 

450 

240 

390 

270 

330 

60 

60 

60 

90 

90 

270 

90 

180 

180 

30 

90 

90 

60 

301 

30 



8S 
99^ 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



Year ending Septemher ZOih, 1861. 



W. A. Philpott 
W. J. Murray, 
Hill'd Gibbs, 
J. T. Barnes, 
N. W. Cooper, 
Xatli'l Moody, 
jW. 11. Smith, 
!A. H. Saunders, 
E. A. Gupton, 
Is. A. Warren, 
j Walker Smith, 
Joseph Marshall, 
|W. B. Campbell, 
Kufus Galloway, 
E. J. Barco, 
W. D. Humphrey, 
J. A. Gates, 
N. R. Jones, 
G. Durden, 
W. T. J. Yann, 
P. F. White, 
R. M. Jones, 
Hecter McNeil, 
W. H. High, 
Geo. Dill, 
J. S. Snow, 
J. H. Nethercutt, 
Wm. Fields, 
J. R. White, 
Reuben King, 
R. M. Smith, 
Chas. Bird, former, 
A. C. Latham, 
|C. A. Boon, 
iW. W. Proffitt, 



Sheriff Granville Co., 

" Alamance " 

" Hyde 

" Wilson 

" Nash 

" Stokes 

" Person 

" Montgomery" 

" Franklin " 

" Northamp'n '• 

" Rockingham" 

" Stanly 

" Beaufort 

" Brunswick 

' Camden 

' Onslow 

' Sampson 

' Warren 



Washington " 



N. Hanover " 
Chowan " 
Orange " 

Cumberland " 
Wake " 

Carteret " 
Halifax " 

Jones " 

Lenoir " 

Perquimans " 
Robeson 
Wilkes 
Yancey 
Craven 
Guilford 
Yancey 



120 
90 
120 
240 
60 
60 
90 
30 
60 
120 
21(» 
60 
180 
180 
180 
120 
60 
60 
120 
300 
60 
210 
180 
450 
120 
240 
90 
270 
30 
90 . 
60 
30 
270 
60 
30 

$154,839i37 



10 



Document No. 7. [Session 

Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



LITERARY Y^S^Ti.—iDislursements). 

Statement B. 

Exhihiting the several objects f(yr which the Disbursements 
of the Literary Fund have been made : 



Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb and the 

Blind, 
Common Schools, 
Expense Account, 



Detailed as follows 



$ 15,000 
131,886 

3,862 



$150,749 68 



75 

93 



1860. 
Oct. 



Kov. 



Paid sundry Counties, the State's quota 
for support of Common Schools, Spring 
distribution, 1860, as follows : 

Perquimans Co., E. N. Riddick, Chm'n, 

Northampton Co., Herod Faison, " 

Moore " W. D. Dowd, " 

S. H. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institu- 
tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the 
Blind, 

C. H. Wiley, General Superintendent of 
Com. Schools, for payment of freight 
on books. 

Muse and Tumbro, for advertising in 
Newbern Enquirer, Spring distribu- 
tion, 1860, for Common Schools, 

P. J. Sinclair, for advertising in Fayette- 
ville Carolinian, Spring distribution, 
1860, for Common Schools, 

Graham Daves, Secretary to Literary 
Board, expenses of meeting of said 
Board, Oct. 16th, 1861, 

Paid sundry Counties the State's quota 



723 

1,287 
1,026 

2,000 

7 

12 

12 

41 



60 
72 
26 



54 



70 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



11 



Year ending Septernber SOthj 1861. 






1860. 
Nov. 


for support 


of Common Schools, Fall 








distribution, 


1860, as follows ; 








Buncombe County 


, M. Patton, Chm'n, 


$ 1,480 


56 




McDowell 


u 


W. A. McCall, " 


688 


92 




Burke 


(( 


James Avery, " 


830 


28 




Warren 


u 


Sara'l Bobbitt, " 


1,24892 




Macon 


u 


J. II. Siler, « 


740 28 




Caswell 


(( 


Alvis Lea " 


1,459 


32 




Catawba, 


i( 


G. P. Shu ford, " 


988 


08 




Pasquotank 


a 


W.W.Kennedy," 


924 


96 




Iredell 


(( 


Jno. Davidson, " 


1,492 


44 




Gates 


(( 


S. W. Worrell, " 


825 


36 




Haywood 


(( 


J. Cathey, " 


828 


84 




Jones 


u 


E. F. Sanderson, " 


472 


20 




Stanly 


u 


J. W. Smith, " 


761 


76 




Anson 


u 


H. B. Hammond, " 


1,215 


72 




Harnett 


« 


D. McCormick, " 


850 


70 




Richmond 


« 


B. B. McKenzie, " 


952 


32 




Cabarrus 


u 


A. J. York, 


890 


88 




Hertford 


u 


H. D. Slaughter, " 


798 


72 




Cumberland 


a 


A. M. Campbell, " 


1,051 


06 




Bertie 


u 


J. B. Cherry, " 


1,196 


76 




Surry 


u 


L. J. Norman, " 


825 


84 




Orange 


(( 


W. H. Brown, " 


1,719 


84 




Mecklenburg 


« 


J. P. Ross, " 


1,406 


88 




Rowan 


(C 


D. A. Davis, " 


1,404 


48 




Franklin 


(( 


W. T. Johnson, " 


1,141:20 




Wayne 


u 


W. K. Lane, " 


1,288 09 




Halifax 


u 


J. R. Gary, « 


1,410 84 




Duplin 


(( 


H. Bourden, " 


1,33332 




Caldwell 


t( 


M. A.Bernhardt, " 


700;32 




Chowan 


u 


J. D. Wynn, " 


630 


24 




Nash 


(( 


J. J. Q. Taylor, " 












(Spring, I860,) 


948 


60 




Do. 


« 


J. J. Q. Taylor, " 












(Fall, I860', 


948 


60 




Moore 


(( 


W. D. Dowd, " 


951 


26 




Martin 


u 


A. H. Coffield, " 


835 


32 




Edgecombe 


n 


David Barlow, " 


1,202 


12 




Granville, 


u 


L. A. Paschall, " 


2,076 


36 




Columbus 


(( 


H. Lennon, " 


636 


96 




Robeson 


(( 


D. C. Mclntyre, " 


1,329 


60 



m 



Document !N"o. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Itejportfor the Fiscal 



Randolph Connty, J. Worth, Chm'n, 
Alamance " Jno, Trollingev, 

Gnrritnck " Jos. S. Dey, 

Guilford " Nathan Hiatt, 

Wake " W.W. Whitaker, 

Yadkin " Jas. Sheek, 

Camden, " Thos. Palmer, 

Chatham " J. S. Lasater, 

Beaufort " Jos. Potts, 

Forsyth " J. W. Alspaugh 

Person " G. D. Satterfield 

Johnston " D. H. Holland 

S. H. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institution 

for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 
W. W. Holden, printing done for C. H. 

Wiley, General Superintendent of 

Common Schools, 
Paid Sundry persons for publishing Fall 

distribution, 1860, Common School 

Fund, as follows : 
Whitaker & Avent, Democratio Press^ 
Syme & Hall, Raleigh Register^ 
W. A. Walsh, Warren ton News,, 
John Spelman, Salisbury Banner, 
Muse & Tumbro, Kewberu Enquirer, 
Tucke & Gorman, Wilson Ledger, 
Paid sundry Counties the State's quota 

for support of Common Schools, Fall 

distribution, 1860, as follows : 
Hyde County, Nath'l Beckwith, Chm'n, 



Sampson 
Davie 

Do. 

Cherokee 

Montgomery 

Union 

Onslow 

Ashe 

Stokes 

Rockingham 



A. Monk, 
Lemuel Bingham, 
(Spring distribut'n,) 
L. Bingham, 
(Fall distribution,) 
Geo. W. Hayes, 
Jos. Ewing 
M. W. Cuthbertson, 
Ed. W. Fonvile, 
John Reaves, 
W. A. Mitchell, 
J. W. Burton, 



1,82112 

l,219i93 

750j84 
2,217|60 



2,309 
1,141 
545 
1,851 
1,405 
1,275 
1,059 
1,337 

2,000 



452 



24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 



715 

1,177 

839 



76 
32 

88 
60 
92 
74 

72 



60 



20 
32 

76 



839 76 



804 
739 
1,035 
844 
1,024 
1,018 
1,483 



36 
56 
96 
80 
68 
80 
56 



lul^a^SJk 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



13 



T'ear ending Septeinher oOth, 1861. 



1860. 
•Dec. 



1861. 
Jan. 



Lenoir 

Craven " 

Yancey " 

Greene " 

Alexander " 

Cleaveland " 

Davidson " 
Pitt 

N'ew Hanover " 

[Lincoln " 

Wilson " 



Henderson Co., Jos. Maxwell, Chra'n, 
jWashiugtonCo., Jos. Ramsay, Acting, 
Jas. W. Cox, Clim'n, 
Jno. T. Lane, " 

C. R. Byrd, " 

Edward Patrick, " 
R. L. Steele, " 

J. R. Logan, " 

John Haines, " 

Alfred Moye, " 

S. D. Wallace, " 
H. W. Abernathy, " 
L. D. Farmer, " 
S. H. Young, Treasurer N. C Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind,} 
Fulton (fc; Price, for publi^ing in Wil- 
mington Journal.) Spring and Fall dis- 
tribution, 1860, for Common Schools, 
P. J. Sinclair, for publishing in North 
Carolinian., Fall distribution, 1860, for 
Common Schools, 
John W. Ellis, Pres't ex officio Literary 
Board, as expenses of meeting of said 
Board 1 1th and 12th December, 
J. W. Alspaugh, for publishing in West- 
ern Sentinel^ Spring and Fall distribu- 
tion, for Common Schools, 
Cole & Albright, for printing done for 
Superintendent of Common Schools, 

Paid sundry Counties, the State's quota 
j for support of Common Schools, Fall 
I distribution, 1860, as follows: 
jBladen County, Neill Graham, Chm'n, 
iBrunswick " Jno. IL Brooks, " 
;Carteret " J. P. C. Davis, « 
Gaston " Richard Rankin, " 

iPerquimans" E. N. Riddick, " 
iMcDowell « W. A. McCall, " 
Wilkes " Peter Flier, " 

Watauga " Jno. C. Blair, " 

jS. li. Young, Treasurer N. C. Tnstitu- 



82596 



573' 

516 

1,479 

893 

638 

600 ; 
1,163M 
1,694:70 
1,239!40 
1,63332 



:60 

72 
48 
10 
52 
36 



830 
810 

1,000 



88 
45 



48 
24 
42 
24 



20 



50 



737 88 
71412 
669J96 

86736 
64860 
.538192 
l,3!>7o-b 
'401 70 



14 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 
Jan. 



Feb. 



March 



April. 



tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the 
Bh'nd, 

C. H. Wiley, General Superintendent 
Common Schools, his 4rth quarter's sal- 
ary for 1860, 

W. W. Ilolden, for printing done for Lit- 
erary Board, 

W. W. Holden, for postage on blanks for! 
Common Schools, I 

W. J. Yates, for publishing in Western\ 
Democrat, Fall distribution, 1860, for 
Common Schools, 1 

H. Harrill, Chairman, the State's quota for 
support of Common Schools in Ruther- 
ford County, Fall distribution, 1860, 

S. H. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 

William Brennan, for publishing in De- 
mocratic Pioneer, Spring distribution 
1S60, for Common Schools, 

D. W. Courts, for visiting New York to 
procure a loan for Literary Fund, 

Halstead Bourden, Chairman, the State's 
quota for support of Common Schools 
in Duplin County, Fall distribution, 
1860, 

S. 11. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institu- 
tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the 
Blind, 

T. W. Atkin, for publishing in Asheville 
News, Fall distribution, 1860, for Com- 
mon Schools, 

C. H, Wiley, General Superintendent 
of Common Schools, his 1st quarter's 
salary for 1861, 

Herod Faison, Chairman, the State's quo- 
ta for support of Common Schools in 
Northampton County, Fall distribution, 
1860, 

S. H. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institu- 
tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the 
Blind, I 



3,000 

375 

768 

77 

24 

1,486 
1,000 

15 

600 

1,258 

1,000 

24 

375 

1,287 
2,000 



82 



56 



32 



72 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



15 



Year ending September 30ih, 1861. 



S. H. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institu- 
tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the 
Blind, 

Literary Board, expenses of meeting of 
said Board, May 8th, 1861, 

John Spelman, for paper, and printing 
Returns for Common School Commit- 
tees, 

Sundry Counties, the State's quota for 
support of Common Schools, Spring 
distribution, 1861, as follows: 

Wayne County, W. K, Lane, Chm'n, 



Person 

Rowan " 

Forsyth " 

Chatham " 

Caswell « 

New Hanover " 

Craven " 

[Lincoln " 

Wake " 

Franklin " 

Burke " 

Edgecombe " 

Granville " 

Ired?ll " 

Alamance " 

Richmond " 

Anson '* 

Yadkin " 

Cumberland " 

Mecklenburg " 

Guilford " 

Currituck " 

Buncombe " 

Beaufort " 

Warren ' 



G. D. Satterfield, 

D. A. Davis, " 

J. W. Alspaugh, " 

J. S. Lasater, " 

Alvis Lea, " 

S. D. Wallace, « 

J. T. Lane, " 
H. W. Abernathy, " 

S. Stephenson, " 

W. T. Johnson, " 

M. M. Kibler, '• 

David Barlow, " 

L. A. Paschal 1, " 

John Davidson, " 

John Trollinger, " 

B. B. Mr^Kenzie, " 

H. B. Hammond, " 

Jas. Sheek, " 

A. M. Campbell, " 

J. P, Ross, " 

Nathan Hiatt, " 

J. S. Dey, " 

M. Patton, " 
Jos. Potts, 



Samuel Bobbitt, '• 
S. H. Young, Treasurer of the N. C. Li- 

stitution for the Deaf and Dumb and 

the Blind, 
John Spelman, printing for Common 

Schools and advertising in State Journal 



1,000 



71 



177 



619 

529 



10 
75 



05 
50 



739174 

63787 



963 
729 
854 
739 
415 

1,267 
570 
415 
601 

1,038 
783 
609 
476 
645 
570 
638 
703 

1,108 
375 
740 
702 
621 



30 
(SQ 
16 
74 
44 
38 
11 
14 
06 
18 
72 
96 
16 
36 

03 
44 

80 
42 
28 
96 
96 



1,000 



16 



Document Ko. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the fiscal 



Spring distribution, Common School 
Fund, 
C. II. Wiley, for expenses of distribn 
tion of Common School Blanks and Re 
gisters, 
J. L. Pennington, for advertising in New- 
bern Weekly Progress^ Spring distribu- 
tion Common School Fund, 
Thos. Loring, for advertising in Golds 
boro' ^WJww^, Spring distribution Com 
mon School Fund, 
Paid sundry Counties the State's quota 
for support of Common Schools, Spring 
distribution, 1861, as follows : 
Johnson County, D. H. Holland, Chm'n, 
Randolph " Jonathan Worth,- " 

Cabarrus " Nelson Slough, " 

Lenoir " Jas. W. Cox, " 

Bertie " Joseph Cooper, " 

Orange " W. H. Brown, " 

Jones " E. F. Sanderson, " 

Stanly " J. W. Smith, « 

Pasquotank " W. W. Kennedy, " 
Harnett " D. McCormick, " 

Martin " A. H. Coffield, " 

Pitt " Jas. Murray, " 

Columbus " Haynes Lennon, " 

Hertford " H. *D. Slaughter, " 

Gates " R. H. L. Bond, " 

Stokes " AY. A. Mitchell, " 

Cherokee " G, W. Hays, " 

Washington " J. Ramsay, acting, " 
Chowan " D. A. Holly, " 

Tyrrel " John Dunbar, " 

S. II. Young, Treasurer of North Caroli 
na Institution for the Deaf and Dumb 
and the Blind, 
C. H. Wiley, General Superintendent of 
Common Schools, liis 2a quarter's sala- 
ry for 1861, 
Paid sundry Counties, the State's quota 



34 
92 
12 
12 



778 

910 

520 

370 

598 

897 

236 

380 

462 

42534 

41766 

64470 

31848 

39936 



52 



86 
56 
44 
86 
32 
42 
10 
88 
48 



412 

509 
402 
286 
315 
267 



1,000 



876 



68 
40 
18 
80 
12 
12 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



17 



JTear ending September BOth, 1861. 



for support ©f Common Schools, Spring 
distribution, 1861, as follows : 
Union County, MWCathbertson,Ch'n 
Ashe " John Reves, " 

Surry " L. J. Norman. " 

Greene " Edward Patrick, " 

Brunswick " John H. Brooks, " 
Catawba " G. P. Shnford, " 

Northampton " Herod Faison, " 
jSyme & Hall, for advertising in Raleigh, 
Register^ Spring distribution, 1S61, for 
support of Common Scho(»l9, 
W. J. Yates, for advertising in Western 
Demod'at^ Spring distribution, 1861, for 
support of Common Schools, 
Paid sundry Counties, the State's quota 
for the support of Common Sehools, 
Spring distribution, 1861, as fol- 



lows 
Moore 
Wilson 
Haywood 
Gaston 
Caldwell 
Tyrrel 



County, W. D. Dowd, Chm'n, 
" L. D. Farmer, " 
J. Cathey, " 

Ptich'd Rankin, " 
M. A. Bernhardt, " 
John Dunbar, " 

(Fall I860,) 
C. W. Wooly, " 
J. R. Logan, " 

J. R. Siler, . " 

J. W. Burton, " 
H. Harrell, " 

J. F. Stephenson, " 
C. R. Byrd, " 

E. N. Riddick, " 
J. P. C. Davis, " 
T. W, Atkin, for advertising m Ashe- 
ville New.% Spring distribution, 1861, 
Common School Fund, 
J. "W. Alspaugh, for advertising in West- 
ern, Sentinel^ Spring distribuiion, 1861, 
Common School Fund, 



Doc. No. 7.] 



Montgomery 

Cleveland 

Macon 

Rockingham 

Rutherford 

Alexander 

Yancy 

Perqaiimans 

Carteret 



$ 



555 
512 
487 
319 
357 
494 
643 



48 
34 

92 
26 
06 
04 
36 



12 



12 



513 
405 
414 
433 
350 

534 
369 
581 
370 
741 
743 
300 
484 
361 
372 



13 
28 
42 
68 
16 

24 
78 
82 
14 
78 
28 
18 
08 
80 
48 



12 



12 



18 



Document "No. 7. 



[Sessioo 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 
Sept. 


Pnlaski Cowper, Secretary to Literary 
Board, expenses of meeting of said 
Board, Sept. 24th, 1861, 

C. H. Wiley, expenses incurred as Super- 
intendent of Common Schools, 


$ 37 
27 


20 




$ 150,749 


68 



PUBLIC YTJ^J)— {Receipts.) 

Statement C. 

Exhibiting the several sources from which the Receipts of 
the Public Fund have been derived. 



Cherokee Bonds, 

Collateral descents, Devises and Bequests, 

Contingencies, 

General Assembly, 

Insane Asylum Tax, 

Interest on Seaboard and Roanoke Rail- 
road Bonds, 

Interest on Wilmington, Charlotte and 
Rutherford Railroad Bonds, 

Interest on Fayetteville and Western 
Railroad Bonds, 

Military Appropriation, 

Money paid by Supreme Court Clerk, in 
Raleigh, under 73d Chapt. Rev. Code, 

Presidential Election, 

Public Taxes, 

State Coupon Bonds, 

State Library, 

State Loans, 

Tax on Bank Stock, 

Tax on Corporations, 

Tax on Attorneys' License, 



Detailed as follows : 



$ 2,100 

3,098 

201 

149 

12,619 

646 

18,000 

6,000 
61,040 

88 

32 

697,823 

823.408 

15 

1,879,839 

17,986 

250 

684 



25 

50 
45 



55 
16 
35 



54 
45 



3,523,981 25 



lS6^-'63.] 



Document No. 7» 



19 



Tear ending September SOth, 1861. 



1860. 
Oct, 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Received of Commissioners of Sinking 
Fnnd of N. C, for bonds of the State} 
bearig date July 1st, ISGO, and run- 
ning thirty years, 

W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 
him, on account of Insane patient in 
said Asykim, 

O. II. Peiry, for books purchased for B. 
F. Moore, and paid lor out of State 
money. 

Bank of Washington, tax on stock in said 
Bank, 

Bank of "Wilmington, tax on stock i>i 
said Bank, 

E. B. Freeman, Clerk Supremo Coart, 
in full of decree made in Equity in- 
case of State vs. J. H. Wilson- and 
others, June term, 1860,^ 

Jacob Siler, Agent for coll^ctron of 
Cherokee Bonds, on accoant of Bai(J 
Bonds, 

Issued to A. M. Powell, President of 
the Western North-Oarolina Eailroad 
Company, 68 State Coupon Bod ds of 
|1,000 each, dated October Isi- I860 
and running. tnirty years. * 

Accrued interqst to Nov. ISth, 1860 

Seaboord & Roanoke Railroad Coinpa- 
Ly, interest on bonds of said Compa- 
ny, held, by the State of North-Caro- 
lina, 

Bank of Commerce, tax on stock in sai^ 
Bank, 

Issiied to II. W. Gnion, President of 
Wilmington, Charlotte and Ruther-j 
for Rad Road Company, 200 bonds' 
of $1,000 each, dated Oct. 1st, I860 
and running thirty years, ' 

Received of the following persons, for 
100 State Coupon Bonds of $10001 
each, dated October Ist I860, and' 
ruunmg thirty years, issued on ac-l 



5,000 
144 

15 

812 
1,803 



50 



9825 



IjOOOj 



68,000 
408 

r , 



iOO,000 



20 



Document No. 7. 



[Sessio23 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



count of the Fayetteville and Western 

Kail Road : 
H. L. Myrover, 
George McNeill, 
W. T. Home, 
James Kyle, 
T. S. Liitterloh, 
R. H. Page, tax on " act to incorporate the 

Gardner Valley Mining Company," 
G. N. Folk, cash overdrawo by him as 

a Member of the House of Commons 

J856-257, 
H. W. Qujon, President of Wilmington, 

Charlotte and Rutherford Rail Road 

Con^pany, interest on bonds issued by 

said Cowpaoy, 



Issued tQ H. W. Quion, President of 
Wihriln^ton, Oharlotte and Ruther- 
ford Rail Road Company, 200 State 
.Coupon Bonds of $1,000 each, dated 
October Ist, 1860, and running thirty 
3' ears, 

Sundry persqn, cash overdrawn by them 
as Members of the House of Commons. 
1860-'^!, as follows y 

J. D. Stanford, 

Turner Bynun:), 

J. 8. Woodard, 

J. M. Carson, 

E. G. L. Barringcr, 

George T. Moore, Trustee on account of 
indigent patient in Insane Asylum, 

S. Johnson, Trustee, on apcount of indi- 
gent patients in Insane j^sylum from 
Halifax Oonnty, 

P. H. Sullivan, tax on " act to incorporate 
Baltimore and North Carolina Copper 
and Gold Mining Company," 

p. H. Sullivan, tax on " act to incor- 
porate Dayidson Copper IB^iiii'^g Cpm- 



29,000 
20,000 
20,000 
20,000 
20,000 



o,r, 



30 



12,000 



200,000 



12 
15 

42 
15 

20 

282 



1,487 



25 



25 



1862-'63.] 



Document ^o. 7. 



21 



Year ending September 30^A, 1862. 



1861. 
Feb. 



Mar. 



April, 



Chas. Latham, tax on " Act to incorpor- 
ate Green Swamp Company," 

P. H. Sullivan, tax on ''Act to incorpo- 
rate Silver Valley Mining Company," . 

W. J. Murray, balance due on account 
of indigent patients in Insane Asylum 
from Alamance Co., 

W. H. 'Michael, Trustee, on account of in- 
digent patients in Insane Asylum from 
Lincoln Co., 

E. Clarke, Trustee, on account of indigent 
patients in Insane Asylum, from Cra- 
ven Co., 

H. W. Guion, President of Wilmington, 
Charlotte and Kutherford Railroad Co., 
interest on Bonds issued by said Com- 
pany, 

Fayetteville and Western Railroad Com- 
pany, interest on Bonds issued by said 
Comp., 

E. B. Freeman, Clerk of Supreme Court, 
moneys remaining in his otlice pursuant 
to 73d Chapt. of Rev. Code, 

A. D. Speight and C. F. R. Kornegay, 
in payment of the taxes due the State 
from Jas. E. Exum, Sheriff of Greene 
Co., for the year 18.59, 

Commercial Bank of Wilmington, tax on 
e^tock in said Bank, 

J. ii. Blossom and others, tax on " Act 
to incorporate North Carolina Fibre 
Comp., 

H. P. Coffin, tax on " Act to incorpo- 
rate Valley River Gold Mining Com- 
pany," 

E. B. Freeman, Clerk of Supreme Court, 
Raleigh, tax on Attorneys' Licenses, 
Dec. Term, I860, 

Received from Wadesboro', in an anony- 
mous letter, 

N. Bower, tax on " Act to incorporate 
Judsou Female College," 



Document No. 7. 



[Session. 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 
April. 


James A. Moore, Clerk of Superior Court 
of Wake County, in full of Public 
Taxes, paid him by the sureties of W. 
W. Ward, late Sheriff* of Martin Coun- 
ty, due the State from said Sheriff for 


t 






the year 1860, 


$ 9,022 


02 


May. 


Jacob Siler, A^ent for the Collection 








of Cherokee Bonds, on account of said 








Bonds, 


1^100 






Gov. Ellis, as a donation to the State from 








an unknown source, 


200 






L. W. Humphrey, cash overdrawn by 








him as a member of the Senate, session 








1860-'61, 


6 






Sundry Banks, temporary loans to meet 








liabilities of the State, as follows : 








Bank of North Carolina, 


S00,000 






Do Lexington, 


20,000 






Do Charlotte, 


mpoo 






Do Clarendon,' 


50,000 






Do Faj'etteville, 


60^000 






Do ( 'ape Fear^ 


40,000 






Merchants' Bank, Newberney 


5,000 






Rank of Washington, 


8,342 


54^ 




Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Greens- 








boro', 


30,000 






Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Salisbury, 


30,000 






Do do do Salem, 


30,000 






Bank of North Carolina, tax on stock in 








said Bank, 


10,648 


30' 




J. F. Hoke, Attorney for Collection of tax 








on Collateral Descents, &c.. 


SiOOO 




Jnne. 


(Sundry Banks, temporary loans to meet 
j lialiilities of the State, as follows : 








|Bank of Cape Fear, 


40,000 






Farmers* Bank, Greensboro''^ 


30,000 






Bank of Yanceyville, 


40,000 






Do Wilmington, 


50,000 






Commercial Bank of Wilmington, 


35,000 






Bank of Wadcsboro', 


40,000 






Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Washing- 








ton, 


50,000 





1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



23 



Year ending September SOtk, 1861. 



"Bank of Commerce, Kewbern, 

A. H. Hassell, Sheriff Bertie County, 
in part payment of taxes due the State 
from said County, for fiscal year ending 
September 30th, 1861, 

Issued to H. W. Gnion, President of the 
Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford 
Railroad Company, two hundi-ed and 
fifty State Coupon Bonds of $1,000 
each, dated April 1st, 1861, and run- 
ning thirty years, issued on account of] 
said Road in compliance with a resolu-j 
tion passed by the State Convention, 
28th June, 1861, 

Received of Warren Winslow, Military 
Secretary, in part payment for sale of 
ships belonging to North Carolina to 
the Confederate States, 

Received of the following Sheriffs, in 
part payment of public taxes due from 
their respective Counties, for 1860, as 
follows : 

G. Durden, Sheriff Washington Co., 

W. T. Crawford, " Martin " 

A. H. Hassel, " Bertie " 

Sundry Banks, temporary loans, as fol- 
lows : 

Bank of Cape Fear, Washington, 

Mutual Insurance and Trust Company, 
Greensboro', 

!Bank of Fayetteville, 

Bank of North Carolina, 

'Bank of Wilmington, 

'liank of Wadesboro', 

Farmers' Bank of North Carolina, 

.Miners' and Planters' Bank, 

'Merchants' Bank of Newbern, 

jBank of Clarendon, j 

A. P. Eikel, tax for the charter oti 
"Greensboro' Gas Light Company," 

jSundry Sheriffs, tax on account of indi- 

I gent insane patients in Insane As}'- 



4,500 



,000 



250,000 



9,350 



1,806 
4,700 
4,000 



95,000 

25,000 
50,000 
100,000 
100,000 
40,000 
20,()0u 
12,497 
20,000 
50,00(j 

25 



86 



24 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Richmond 
Catawba 
Bertie 
Chatham 



Co., 



iim from their respective counties, as 

follows : 
J. A. Long, Sheriff 
J. E. Robinson, " 
A. H. Hassell, " 
R. B. Paschal, " 

Nathan Hiatt, Ch'n, &c., Guilford 
David Loftin, Sheriff Davidson " 
Warren Winslow, Military Secretary, 

in part for sale of vessels belonging 

to North Carolina to the Confederate 

States, 
Sundry Sheriffs, State taxes for 1860, due 

in 1^61, as follows: 
R. B. Paschal, Sheriff Chatham Co., in 

part, 

W. W. Lonff, " Vn/Hri-n « 



Yadkin 
Richmond " 
Catawba " 
Washington" 



Bertie 

Duplin 

Greene 

Chatham 

Wayne 



J. A. Long, 

J. E. Robinson, 

G. Durden, " Wasliington" in 

part, 
A. H. Hassell, *•' 
T. J. Carr, « 

Elias Carr, « 

R. B. Paschal, « 
J. R. Smith, Tax Col 
J. W. Steed, -Sheriff Randolph 
A. J. McBride, " Watauga 
O. Austin, " Union 

David Loftin, " Davidson 

M. Spainhour, Tax Col. Burke 
L. H. Lowrance, Sheriff Lincoln 
R. V. Blackstock, Tax Col. Buncombe 

County, 

J. B. Lee, Sheriff Currituck County, 
Sundry Banks, temporary loans, as fol 

lows : 
Bank of Wilmington, 
Commercial Bank of Wilmington, 
Bank of Charlotte, 
Bank of Clarendon, 
Bank of Fayetteville, 



471 
24 

478 
1,020 
1,080 

150 



26,690 



7,625 
4,620 
7,662 

5,688 



1)3 



29 
73 



97 

54 



1,100 
1,120 
8,906 
5,123 
2,996 
13,227 96 
7,491 17 
1,506 43 
5,39141 
9,006 
4,923 
5,600 



6,022 
3,103 



50,000 
35,000 
20,000 
25,000 
25,000 



89 
28 
05 
95 



20 
22 



18 

69 



lS62-'63.] 



DodTMENT No. 7. 



25 



Year ending September SOth, 1861. 



Bank of Yanceyville, 

Bank of Commerce, Newbern, 

Merchants' Bank, Newbern, 

Bank of Washington, 

Bank of Lexington, 

Bank of Charlotte, tax on capital stock 
in said Bank 

J. R. Dodge, Clerk of Supreme Court 
at Morganton, tax on Attorneys' Li 
censes, August Term, 1861, of said 
Court, 

E. B. Freeman, Clerk of Supreme Court 
at Raleigh, tax on Attorneys' Li- 
censes, June Terra, 1861, of said 
Court, 

Sundry SheriflPs, tax on account of indi- 
gent insane patients in Insane Asylum 
of North-Carolina, from their respec 
tive counties, as follows : 

Mathias Hasten, Sh'ff Forsyth Co., 



W. A. Walton, 
W. W. Grier, 

F. D. Foxhall, 
J. L. Ward, 

G. M. Green, 
H. B. Norman, 
J. B. Hare, 

P. F. White, 
W. B. Ca.npbeU 
W. T. J. Vans, 
R. M. Jones, 
C. A. Boon, 



Rowan 

Mecklenburg 

Edgecombe 

Polk 

Cleaveland 

Tyrrel 

Hertford 

Chowan 

Beaufort 

New Hanover 

Orange 

Guilford, 



Warren Winslow, Military Secretary, in 
bonds of the Confederate States of 
America, for vessels sold by this State 
to the Confederate States Govern 
ment. 
Sundry Sheriffs, State taxes for 1860 

payable in 1861, as follows: 
J. L. Bundy, Sheriff Cabarrus Co., 

W. H. CuUom, " Johnston ' 

Joseph Lusk, " Gaston ' 



^ 



10,000 
75,500 
20,000 
70,000 
12,000 

750 



57 



71 



360 
323 
288 
598 
144 
466 
399 
288 
174 
404 
558 
763 
658 



25,000 



8,466 
41 

4,608 



'AO 



GQ 



11 

39 



96 
09 
38 



26 



Document -No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 












Sept. 


W. F. "Wasson, Sheriff Iredell 


Co., 


$ 8,621 


84 




Wm. Pleinons, Tax Col Haywood 


(( 


1,6«7 


33 




Josiah Hodges, Sheriff Pitt 


(( 


13,311 


12 




Isaac A. Reel, " 


McDowell 


<( 


2,680 


54 




W. J. Murray, " 


Alamance 


<; 


6,992 


21 




W. E. Mann, " 


Pasquotank 


(( 


156 


48 




J. D. Markhara, Tax Col. ' " 


(( 


T,299 


21 




W. A. Walton, Sheriff Pwowan 


u 


13,205 


44 




R. G. Tuttle, 


Caldwell 


(( 


2,834 


80 




F. D. Foxhall, 


Edgecombe 


(( 


20.491 


56 




W. W. Grier, " 


Mecklenburg 


(( 


17,894 


46 




W. A. Thompson, " 


Wayne 


u 


233 


24 




W. A. Meroney, " 


Davie 


(( 


5,66410 




Martin Walker, " 


Rutherford 


;( 


5,395 


58 




W. T. Crawford, " 


Martin 


(( 


4,506 


95 




A. P. Long, former " 


Rutherford 


4( 


2 


40 




G. P. Threadgill, " 


Anson 


(( 


9,946 


24 




R. P. Melvin, " 


PI ad en 


(( 


6,495 


71 




S. M. Fletcher, Tax Col. Henderson 


u 


5,055 


71 




H. P. Deaver, " " 


Madison 


u 


1,164 


96 




J. L. Ward, Sheriff Polk 


u 


1,237 


62 




J. M. Carson, 


Ashe 


(.i. 


2,302 


74 




Wm. Havmore, " 


Surry 


(( 


3,905 


33 




J. C. Griffith, " 


Caswell 


(( 


14,040|86 




J. R. Gradv, " 


Harnett 


(( 


3,200161 




Hilliard Gibbs, " 


Hyde 


u 


4,756 


62 




J. T. Barnes " 


Wilson 


(( 


10,732 


46 




N. W. Cooper, " 


Nash 


(( 


9,642 


^^ 




Nath'l Moody, " 


Stokes 


(( 


4,277 


69 




J. C. Smith, " 


Alexander 


(( 


2,572 


94 




G. M. Green, " 


Cleaveland 


(( 


5,242 


59 




J. P. Hare, 


Hertford 


u 


8,091 


61 




H. P. Norman " 


Tyrrel 


i'. 


2.413 


75 




W. H. Smith, 


Person 


(( 


8,336{99 




West Massey, Tax Col 


. Johnston 


<i 


8,673 


60 




A. H. Sanders, Sheriff Montgomery 


u 


2,855 


71 




E. A. Gnpton, " 


Franklin 


u 


10,685 


99 




I. P. Hunter, *' 


Gates 


u 


6,052 


23 




S. A. Warren, " 


Kortlampton 


(( 


11,957 


62 




Walker Smith, " 


Rockingham 


u 


11,852 


71 




E. D. Davis, " 


Jackson 


{( 


1,344 


73 




K. H. Worthy, " 


Moore 


(( 


4,833 


3G 



l862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



27 



Year ending September ZOth^ 1861. 



Joseph Marshall, Sh'ff Stanly 
W. A. Philpott, ^ " 
W. B. Campbell, < 
Rufns Galloway, ' 
E. J. Barco, ' 

J. G. Gray, Tax Col 



Co. 



Granville- 

Beaulbrt 

Brunswick 

Camden 

Maeon 



W.D. Humphry, Sh'ff Onslow 



J. A. Gates, 

N, R. Jones, 

Goodman Durden 

W. T. J. Vann, 

P.F.White, 

R. M. Jones, 

Hector McNeill, 

W. H. High, 

Jesse Bledsoe, 

Georrre Dill, 

J, S. Keener, Tax Col. Cherokee 

J. S. Snow, Sh'ff Halifax 



Sampson 

Warren 

Washington 

New Hanover 

Chowan 

Orange 

Cumberland 

Wake 

Alleghany 

Carteret 



|J. H. Nethercutt, 
iWm. Fields, 
|J. R. White, 
Reuben King, 
R. M. Smith, 
W. W. Proffitt, 
C. Byrd, former 
A. C. Latham, 
C. A. Boon, 
Mathias Masten, 



Jones 

Lenoir 

Perquimans 

Robeson 

Wilkes 

Yancey 

Craven 

Guilford 

Forsytbe, 



Bedford Brown, cash overdrawn by him 
as a member of Senate of North Caro- 
lina, session 18(il, 

S. H. Walkup, cash overdrawn by him 
as a u«imber of Senate of North Caro- 
lina, session 18G1, 

Bank of North Carolina, temporary loan 
to meet liabilities of the State, 

Bank of Lexington, temporary loan to 
meet liabilities of the State, 

jSundry Banks, tax on capital stock in said 
Banks, as follows: 

Bank of Fayette ville, 



3,130 

17,393 

13,757 

4,255 

3.350 



92 
60 
21 
92 
55 



1,989 91 

5,275 
10,419 
15,649 

2,802 
33,514189 

6,394!84 
13,332 64 



95 

76 
81 
10 



61 
31 
80 
68 
13 
61 
81 
61 
50 
08 
04 



17,752 
30,675 

1,039 

3,879 

2,278 
19,152 

4,347 

9,009 

5.947 

7,264 

3,809 

1,852 

49 49 

17,605 58 

14,079 72 

9,727 29 



6 

3 

100,0 
12,000 

950 



00 



28 



Document No. T. 



[Session* 



Comptroller's Report for iJie Fiscal 



1801. 




, 




Sept. 


Bank of Wadesboro', 


$ 


812 50 




Bank of Yancey ville, 




500 




Merchants' Bank of New Berne, 




562 50 




S. W. Davis, tax for the charter of 










"North Carolina Powder Manufactur- 










ing Company," 




2^ 






J". C. Smith, Sheriff of Alexander Co., 










cash overpaid him on account of Presi- 










dential Election, 




32 


16 




$ 3,523,981 


25 



PUBLIC Y\]lST>S—{Dis'bursGments.) 

Statement D. 

Showing the several objects for which the Disbursements of the 
Public Fund have been made. 





Agricultural Societies, 


% 2,000 






Appropripation for Educational Pur- 








poses, 


1,200 






Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb and the 








BHnd, 


3,000 






Bank' Tax Kefunded, 


39,052 


10 




Binding Laws, 


169 


59 




Board of Internal Improvements, 


71 


50 




Bogue Banks, 


47 


50 




Cape Fear and Deep River Improve- 








ment, 


13,884 


88 




Capitol Square, 


300 






Commissioners of Revenue, 


770 


25 




Commissioners to Alabama, 


944 


80 




Commissioners to Washington, 


1,100 


20 




Commissioner from Georgia, 


10 






Commissioner from South Carolina, 


10 






Commissioner to Virginia, 


105 






Comptroller's Department, 


750 






Congressional Election, 


37 


50 




Contingencies, 


10,313 


83 




Convention, 


19,290 


57 



1862-'63.] Document No. 7. 

Year ending September SO^A, 1861. 



29 



Conveption Election, 

Copying Laws, 

Council of State, 

Electors for President and yice-President 

of the United States, 
Executive Department, 
Expenses of Sinking Ennd, 
Fayetteville & Western Eailroad, 
Fugitives from Justice, 
General Assembly, 
Geological Survey, 
Governor's Election, 
Insane Asylum, 

Interest on State Coupon Bonds, 
Interest on Coupon Bonds of Cape Fear 

and Deep Hiver Navigation Compa- 

Interest on Bonds-of Fayetteville & West 

ern Plank Road Co., 
Interest on State Registered Bonds, 
Investigation of affairs of Atlantic & No 

Ca. Railroad Co., 
Judiciary, 

Military Appropriation, 
Pensions, 
Post Office, 

Premium on Northern Fun4s, 
Presidential Election, 
Public Arms, 
Public Printing, 
Public Tax Refunded, 
Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Bonds, 
Senatorial Election, 
Sheriffs for Settling, 
State Department, 
State Librarian, 
State Library, 
State Registered Bonds, 
Superintendent of Capitol, 
Treasury Department, 
Western No. Ca. Railroad, 

Do do do Survey, 



01 



2,95949 
592 
51320 

257 80 

2,550 

30 

100,000 

638 

93,795 

4,406'67 

15 

30,000 

345,866 



10,350 

7.650 
9,940 



667 83 



72 



31,293 

2,198,038 



93 
02 



370 

196 

9,9S4l78 

2,57618 

215 

7,691 

2,592 

2,500 

27 

2,187 

1,000 

450 

1,041 

52,000 

260 

2,062 

68,408 

13,653 



46 



25 

60 
80 

57 
61 



61 



50 



30 



Document No. 7. [Session 

CGmptroller's Rejport foi' the Fiscal 



Wilmington, Charlotte and Eutlierford 
Eailroad, 



Detailed as follows 



650,000 



% 3,750,039!74r 



1»61. 
Oct. 



Duplin Co. Agricultural Society, State's 
quota for 1860, 

W. R. Holt, President State Agricultural 
Society, State's quota to said Society 
for 1860, 

Macon Co. Agricultural Society, State's 
quota for 1860, 

J ere Pearsall, for services as Commission- 
er to investigate affairs of the Atlan- 
tic and North Carolina Railroad Com- 
pany, 

W. B. Thompson, for services as, witness 
before the Commission, 

James Miller, do do do 

Rufus Barringer, for services as Commis- 
sioner to investigate affairs of Atlantic 
and N. C. Railroad Co., and preparing 
report of same. 

Gov. Ellis, Pres't <?a; o^'c^o Board of Inter- 
nal Improvenaents, expenses of meeting 
of said Board in Raleigh, October 30th, 
1862, 

James Davis, Sr., money due him on ac- 
count of Bogue Banks, as per report of 
Commissioners appointed by the Coun- 
ty Court of Carteret, 

Henry A. London, Treasurer of Cape Fear 
and Deep River Navigation Company, 
for sundry bills and pay rolls for Sept. 
1860, 

C. H. Brogden, Comptroller, his 3d quar- 
ter's salary 1860, 

Henry C. Jones, Attorney for collection 
of Collateral Descents, &c., 



50 

1,500 
50 

106 

17 

7 

2S8 



47 

^,G73 
250 
200 



1862-'63.] 



Document "No. 7. 



31 



Year ending September SOth, 1861. 



1860. 
Oct. 



Mnse & Tiimbro, for advertising in Kew- 

bern JE'7iqinrer, reward for arrest of the 

murderers of John Chapman, 
M. A. Curtis, his half year's salary for 

1860, as Assistant State Geologist, 
W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 

him of North Carolina, on account of 

said Asylum, 
Bank of the E-epublic, New York, for 

interest on State Coupon Bonds of 

North Carolina, 
Bank of the Kepublic, N. Y., for interest 

on Coupon Bonds of C. F. & D. R. 

Navigation Company, 
Commissioners of Sinking Fund, interest] 

on State Coupon Bonds owned by said 

Fund, 
Graham Daves, Attorney for Edward 

F. Sraalhvood, Ex'r of Eli Smallwood, 

dec'd, interest on State Registered 

Bonds, 
Jas. S. Purefoy, Treasurer Wake Forest 

College, interest on State Registered 

Bonds, 
H. C. Jones, Reporter Supreme Court, 

his last half year's salary for 1860, 
W. IT. Battle, Judge Supreme Court, his 

3d quarter's salary for 1860, 
M. E. Afanly, Judge Supreme Court, his 

3d quarter's salary for 1860, i 

R. R. Heath, Judge Superior Courts, for 

10 certificates from 3d Circuit, | 

VVill. A. Jenkins, Attorney General, for 6 
Icertificates from 3d Circuit, 
iWm. Lander, Solicitor, for 5 certificates 
I from 6th Circuit, 

Robert Strange, Solicitor, for 4 certifi- 
cates from 5th Circuit, 
Thomas Settle, Solicitor, for 4 certificates 
from 4th Circuit, 

Bank of Wilmington, premium for check 
on New York, 



250 

5,000 

81,045 

15 

4,965 

90 

30 

300 

625 

625 

975 

120 

100 

SO 

80 

18 



74 



32 



Document Ko. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the fiscal 



R. H. Page, Secretary of State, his 3d 

quarter's salary for J 860, 
O. H. Perry, for books purchased of 

Willis & Sotheran, London, for State 

Library, 
O. H. Perry, for books purchased of E 

J. Hale &, Sous, for State Library 
O. H. Perr}'-, for works and repairs in 

State Library, 
0. I-L Perrry, freight on books for State 

Library, 
Dniry King, Superintendent of Capitol, 

his 3rd quarter's salary for 1860, 
James C. Turner, Chief Engineer of 

the "Western North Carolina Rail- 
roan Survey, on account of 8aid 

survey, 
W. R. Richardson, for payment of postage 

stamps for Treasury Department, 
Whitaker & Avent, for printing for Exec- 
utive Department and Board of Inter 

nal Improvements, 
Drnry King, for payment of wages of 

servant W. H. Dempey, for services at 

the Capitol for September, 1860, 
Drury King, for brooms purchased for 

State, 
Adams Express Company, freight on 

package from New York to Public 

Treasurer, 
Graham Daves, Private Secretary to Gov- 
ernor Ellis, for seahng 121 State Bonds, 
Adams Express Company,Raleigh, freight 

on package from New York to Public 

Treasurer, 
Telegraphic dispatch to New York for 

Public Treasurer, 
Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Co., freight 

on sundry boxes for the State, 
Adams Express Co., Raleigh, freight 

on package from New York to Public 

Treasurer, 



200 

476 
32 

76 

9 

65 

5,000 
4 

18 

15 

6 

1 

12 

1 

2 

11 

1 



43 



35 



21 



19 



76 



i862-'63.] 



DoCCTilENT No. 7. 



33 



Tear ending September 30<A, 1862. 



3 860. 
Nov. 



Mecklenburg Co. Agricultural Society, 

State's quota for 1860. 1$ 50 

{ Davie Co. Agricultural Society, State'sij 
i quota for 1860, il 50 

;Moore Co. Agricultural Society, State's! 
I quota for 1860, ' 50| ' 

Henry A. London, Treasurer Cape Fear'! ■ 

I & Deep River Nav. Co., || 3,152133 

:R. S. Frencli, Attorney for collection of! 

Collateral Descents, ifec, ! 198 50 

Whitaker & Avent, for advertising iuj 
Democratic Press reward for appre- 
hension of C. II. ic G. W. Latham,! 
Fugitives from Justice in Beaufort', 
County, Ij 12 

i Harrison Eand, interest on State Regis-] 

tered Bonds, j 45 

iGeo. Howard, Judge Superior Courts, for|| 

10 Certificates from 1st Circuit, j 975 

R. M. Saunders, Judge Superior Courts,'' 

for 12 Certificates from -tth Circuit, \ 975 

IThos. Settle, Solicitor, for 6 Certificates 
! from -ith Circuit, 120 

; E. C. Hines, Solicitor, for 10 certificates! 

from 1st Circuit, ) 200 

David Coleman, Solicitor, for 9 Certifi- 
cates from 3d Circuit, 180 
W.A.Jenkins, Attorney-G-en'l, for 4 Cer- 

titicatej trom 3d Circuit, 80 

Jolin Isorlleet, for services as Commis- 
sioner to investigate affairs of Atlantic 
& N. C. Railroad Co., | 173 15 

Ransom Winecoff, for copying report of 

said Commission, I 15 

Geo. T. Cooke, Paymaster, Raleigh, for 
I postage stamps furnished State Depart- 
|!_^ meat, |! 18 

.Same, for postage stamps furnished,! 
I Executive and Comptroller's Depart-' 
' ments, ;• 

I Same, for rent of boxes in Post Office for ! 
I several Departments in Capitol, :>0':, 

>QC. No. 7.] 3 



■M 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Same, stamps furnished officers at Capi 
tol, 

Sundry SherfiFs, for making returns ofj 
election for Electors for President and 
Vice-President of the United States, in 
Nov. 1860. 

D. G. McRae, expenses of storing boxes 
of arms in State Arsenal, Fayette- 
ville, 

W. W, Holden, for printing for State of- 
fices, 

Bank No. Ca., for 1 Bond of Kaleigh & 
Gaston Railroad Co., 

A. M. Powell, President of Western N. 
C. Railroad Company, in 68 State 
Coupon Bonds of $1,000 eacli, bear- 
ing date October 1st, 1860, and running 
30 years. 

Accrued interest, I 

Drury King, for repairs to j9ag staff on; 
Capitol, I 

Adam's Express Co., Raleigh, freight on; 
3 packages from New York, to Public| 
Treasurer, | 

Syme & Hall, for advertising sale of Statej 
Bonds' in Raleigh Jiegistei\ \ 

Drury King, for payment of wages of sor-| 
vaut, W. 11. Dempsey, for services ati 
Capitol, for Oct., 1860, I 

Jere Pearsall, C. & M. in Equity, Du-! 
plin Co., for cost of case of State m.\ 
Stephen Graham, Adm'r, <fcc., | 

FI. Mahler, for seal for Alleghany Co., 
and Wake Court of Equit}', { 

Cumberland Co., Ag'l Society, State's' 
quota for 1860, 

Martin Co. Ag'l Society, State's (j^uotafbr 
1 860, ' |l 

Gov. Elliif, Preset V.^' rj^tY/y Board of In- 1| 
ternal iini.roveiuents, expenses ofji 
meeiing of ssiid Hoaivi. December IS. 
ISOU, 



12 

0i5 

5 
51 

i,500 



21 



.'.(> 



68 



,0001 
408! 



I 
15|50 

15| 

I 
j 

J 2 30 

r»o 

50 



1 ft62-'C)3.] 



Document No. 7. 






Ili^r ending September SOih, 1861. 



1860. 
Dec. 



llHenry A. London, Treasurer C. F. &\ 
;! Deep River Nav. Improvement, on ac-l 
il count of said Improvement, j 

lilohn F. Hoke, Attorne}' for collection of 
! Collateral Descents, &c., j 

|W. II. Ilarailtoii, his half year's salary as 
jj Superintendent of Capitol Square, 
liJohn W. Ellis, Gov. of N. C, his 4th quar- 
|: ter's salsry for ISGO, ^ i 

lElectors for President and Vice-Presi- 
dent of the United States, mileage and 
per diem for attending Electoral Col- 
lege in Paleigh, December I860, as 
' follows : 
[John W. Moore. 
i'T. M. Clement, ' 
l.Wm. A. Allen, 
'a. W. Tenable, 

A. M. Scales, 

Will. B. Rodman, 

J. A. Fox, 
iJno. A. Dickson, 

J. R. McLean, 

Qnerit. Busbee, as Secretary to Sinking 

i Fun<i, 

iW. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 

I lum, on account of said Asylum, 
'Bank of the Republic, N. Y., for interest 
;i on State Coupon Bonds of N. C, 
iBank of the Republic, N. Y., for interest 
'! on Coupon Bonds of C, F. & D. River 
! Nav. Co., 

IRoht. Strange, Solicitor, for 5 Certificates 

II from 5th Circuit, 

IjWiu. Lander, Solicitor, for 12 Certificates 

j ffom Cth Circuit, 

'Tohn L. Bailey, Judge Superior Courts, 

j for (> certificates from 2d Circuit, 

ll-Iohn M. Dick, Judge Superior Courts, for 

!j 15 certificates from 0th Circuit, 

jjR. S. French, Judge Superior Courts, for 

;' 14 certificates from 5th Circuit, 



s 



1,696 



11 

150 
750 



i." 



3020 

33S(: 

20, 

17.;(, 

25 

27 
37 8(1 



43 
19 

30 

6,000 

7,602 

120 
100 
240 
540 
1,245 
1.155 



8(' 



3(> 



DoCUifENT Ko. f. 



[Sessiofi 



Treasurer's Report for the two Hscal 



AloseS A.- Smith, Postmaster, Salisbury,' 
for postage on Supreme Court Reports! 
sect to Judges and Clerks, I 

J. J. Bruner, for printing &c., sundry 
volumes Jones' Law and Equity Re-j 
port^, 

Jas. R. DodgCy Clerk Supreme Court at 
Morganton,. his last half year'^s salary 
for 1860, 

Jas. R. Dodge, for 2 Reeord Books, 

W. J. Houston, Solicitor, for 11 certifi- 
cates from 2d Circuit, 

John A. Diekson, Acting Solicitor, for 
2 Certificates from 7th Circuit, 

Bank of Xo. Ca., premium on $98,000 
checks on ISTew York, 

J. L. AVard, Sheriff of Polk Co., for ma- 
king returns of election for President 
and Vice-President of U.States, in Nov. 
1860, 

W. W. Holden, for printing report of Pub- 
lic Treasurer, 

H. W. Husted, Treasurer Neuse Manf. 
Company, for paper furnished State 
Printer, 

John Spelman, State Printer, in part 
for printing for General Assembly of 
1860-'6l, 

Bramly Saaser, a pension for 1860^ 

Margaret Gardner, do ) do 

Letitia Bray, do do 

R. II. Page, Secretary of State, his 4th 
quarter's salary for 1860, 

£)eCarteret & Armstrong, for binding and 
labeling books in State Library, 

O. H. Perry, State Librarian, for the pur 
chase of boc^ks for otate Library, 

Drury King, Superintendent of Capitol, 
his -ith quarter's salary for ISGO, 

D. W. CoiH'ts, Public treasurer, his 4th 
quarter's salary for 1 SOO, 

Wni. R. Richardsuri, Clerk to Treasury, 



15:42 
906 



55 



150 

20 

220 

40; 
3,920j 

52 
124 

36 

637 
40 
40 
40 

200 

172 

12 

65 

500 



50 
65 

65 



45 



16<l2-'63.] 



DOCTJMENT No. 7. 



3T 



Fear ending September SOth, 1861. 



1860. 
Dee. 



1861. 
Jan. 



Department, his 4th quarter's salary 
for 1860. 

Jas. C. Turner, Chief Engineer Western 
N- C. Railroad Survey, on aeeount of 
said survey, 

C. B. Mallett, President of Fayetteville 
& Western Railroad Company, on ac- 
count of said Company, 

D. L. Swain, for Martin's manuscript of 
History of X. C, 

G". H. Wilder, for 75 cords of wood fiir 

nished the State, 
Drury King, tor payment of wages of 

servant W. H. Dempsey, for Novem 

ber, 1S€0, 

E. B. Freeman, for the purchase of coal 
for Supreme Court Office, 

W. E. Anderson, Treasurer of Forest 
Manufacturing Company, for paper fur- 
nished the State, 

Graham Daves, Private Secretary to Gov 
Ellis, for sealing 500 State Bonds, 

Adams* Express Company, Raleigh, 
freight on package from ISTew York to 

I Public Treasurer, I 

Drury King, for payment of wages ofi 
servant V^. H. Dempsey, for services, 
at Capitol for the month of December, 
1860, 1 

For sun Iry telegraphic dispatches to New 
York for Public Treasurer, 

H. W. Guion, President of Wihnington, 
Charlotte & Rutherford Railroad Com- 
pany, 200 State Coupon Bondtj of 
$1,000 each, dated October Ist, 18C0, 
and running 30 years, issued on ac- 
count of said road, 

The following County Agricultural So- 
cieties, State's quota for 1800 ; 
Henderson County, 
Randolph « 



$ 187 



6,000 



100,000 



50 



103 

296 



49 



120 



50 



5(j 



25 



i:; 



15 



n 



6k 



200,000 



50 
50 



38 



Document Ko. 7. 



[Session 



Gomptroller's B&portfor the Fiscal 



Sampson County, 

Robeson " 

J. J. Chaplin, for stitching and putting 
up documents of General Assembly, 
1860-^61, 

H. A. London, Treasurer Cape Fear & 
Beep River Navigation Improvement, 
for sundry bills and pay rolls for De- 
cember, 1860, 

C. H. Brogden, Comptroller, his 4th 
quarterns salary for 1860, 

Council WootGRy President ot Council of 
State, for expenses of meeting of Coun- 
cil January 23d, 1861, 

Graham Daves, Secretary to Council of 
State, as balance due Council for meet- 
ing January 23d, 1861, 

Graham Daves, Private Secretary to Gov. 
Ellis, his 4th quarter's salary for 1860, 

John Spelraan, for publishing in State 
Journal^ Governor's proclamation of- 
fering revrard for the apprehension of 
John M. Carver and Ephraim a slave, 
fugitives from justice in Madison Co., j 

C. D. Smith, for services as Assistant! 
State Geologist in the year 1860, 

M. A. Curtis, salary for JSTov. and Dec, 
1860, as Assistant State Geologist, 

E. Emmons, Jr., Assistant State Geolo- 
gist, his last half yearns salary for 1860, 

W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 
lum, on account of said Asylum, 

Sundry persons, interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

Sundry persons, interest on Bonds of 
Fayetteville & Western Plankroad 
Company, 

W. H. Battle, Judge Supreme Court, his 
4th quarter's salary for 1860, 

R. M. Pearson, Chief Justice Supreme 
Court, his 4th quarter's salary for 
1860, 



50 
50 



52 

3,437 
250 

188 

QQ 

76 

7 

360 

83 

750 

5,000 

3,795 

2,730 
625 

625 



94 



97 



8*^ 



5^ 



38 



1862-'63.] 



Document 



i\o. i. 



3{> 



Year ending ^epUmher 3()<A, 1861. 



M. E, Manly, Judge Supreme Court, bis 
4th quarter's salary lor 1860, % 625 

Will. A. Jenkins, Attorney General, for 
attending Supreme Court, Raleigh De- 
cember Term, 1860, in discharge of his 
official duties, 100 

James W, Osborne, Judge Superior 
Courts, for 14 certificates from 7th 
Circuit, i 1,155 

John L. Bailey, Judge Superior Courts,! 

for 5 certificates from 2d Circuit, 435 

Elias C Hines, Solicitor, for attending} 
Court of Oyer and Terminer in Curri- 
tuck County, j 20 

Bank of the Republic, N. Y., for interest 
on State Coupon Bonds of N. C, 121,251 

Bank of the Republic, N. Y., for interest 
on Coupon Bonds of Cape Fear <fe Deep 
River Navigation Company, 4,665 

Bank of North Carolina, for interest on 
State Coupon Bonds of N. C, 6,126 

Col. C. C. Tew, for mileage and per 
diem on account of Military Com- 
mission, 11 

Maj. D. H. Hill, do. do. 41 

Charles C. Lee, traveling expenses as 
State Commissioner for tne purchase of 
arms, 175 

Bank of N. C, premium on check of 

$6,126 on New York, 245 

Bank of Cape Fear, Raleigh, premium on 

check of $45,000 on New Yo'rk, 1,800 

The following Sheriffs for making returns 
of election for Electors for rresident 
and Vice President of the United 
States in November, 1860 : 

W. A. Walton, Rowan County, 22 

H. H. Davidson, Cherokee " 72 

John Spelman, for printing Blank Books 

for Treasury Department, 48 

Alexander Taylor, of Craven county, a 
pension for 1860, 50i 



04 



50 
50 



'IC^ 



Document No. T. [Sessi&K 

Comptrollers Report for the Fucaf 



Sureties of George "W. Glass, )ate Sheriff 
of McDowell county, per Resolntion of: 
General Assembly 1860-'61, | 

O. H. Perry, State Librarian, his 4th 
quarter's salary for 1860, 

O. fl. Perry, for subscription to papers 
and periodicals for State Library, 

Wm. Thoimpson, for articles famished 
State Library, 

A. Creech, " " 

James McKimmon, " " 

H. W. Guion, President of "Wilmington 
Charlotte & Rutherford Railroad Co 
200 State Coupon Bonds of $1,000 
each, bearing date October 1st, 1860, 
and running 30 years, 

Edward Yarborongh, under Resolution of 
General Assembly 1860-^61, 

Rufus H. Page, for freight paid on arti- 
cles for State to R. & G. R. R. Co., 

Adams' Express Company, Raleigh, 
Freight on package from -N ew York to 
Public Treasurer, 

H. J. Hesselbach, for work done at the 
Capitol, 

The following County Agricultural Socie- 
ties, the State's quota for 1860 r 

Martin county, 

Richmond " 

Cleaveland " 

Sundry Banks as tax refunded by act of 
General Assembly, 18'60-''61, a® fol- 
lows: 

Merchants^ Bank of Newbern, 

Bank of Cliarlotte, 

Bank of Cape Fear, Raleigli, 

Bank of Fayetteville, 

Bank of Clarendon, 

jBank of Wilmington, 

Bank of Yanceyville, 

IH. A. London, Treasurer of Cape Fear & 

[ Deep River Nav. Lnprovement, for bills 



1,000 

112 

87 

21 
31 

2 



50' 

51 

50 
95 
4T 



200,000 



109 
31 



a 



3 

2 6(jf 



50 
50 
50 



2,250 
1,500 

9,427l50 

3,800, 

3,600 

4,985 

2,000 



10 



l)^62-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



41 



Year ending September SOi^A, 1861. 



1S61. 
Feb. 



and pay rolls for the months of January 
and February, 1861, 

Eli W. Hall, for payment of board expen- 
ses of Hon. Samuel Hall, Commissioner 
from Georgia, 

M. W. Ransom, for expenses as Commis- 

j sion to Alabama, 

;J. L. Bridgers, 

Graham Daves, Private Secretary to Gov 
Ellis, postage on Governor's proclama 
tion, concernig Convention, sent to 
Sheriffs, and for postage stamps fur- 
nished offices in Capitol, 

James H. Moore, for publishing in High 
Point Reporter^ Governor's proclama- 
tion concerning Convention, 

McNeill it Sherwood, for advertising do. 
in iV^. C. Presbyterian^ 

J. L. Pennington, for advertising do. in 

! Newbern Progress^ 

jj. W. Alspaugh, for advertising same in 

I 'Western Sentinel^ 

Paid Members of the General Assembly of 
North Carolina, Session of 1860-.'61, as 
follows : 

!Henry T. Clark, Speaker of Senate, 

j Edgecombe county, 

M. F. Arendell, Senate, 

W. W. Avery, " 



% 1,500 



|A. W. Burton, 
Bedford Brown, 
M. A. Bledsoe, 
||V. C. Barringer, 
IE. J. Blount, 
J. G. Dickson, 
! Joseph Dobson, 
[Alfred Dockery, 
W. D. Dowd, 
iM. L. Eure, 
jjMarcus Erwin, 
jT. I. Faison, 
.\Frederick Grist, 



Carteret 

Burke 

Cleaveland 

Caswell 

Wake 

Cabarrus 

Pitt 

Duplin 

Yadkin 

Richmond 

Moore 

Gates 

Buncombe 

Sampson 

Beaufort 



Co. 



10 



264 

257 



8t.> 

2() 



45 5u 

IS 
10 
1' 
12 



419 2(> 

327140 

27() 

328 

2.54 

207 

279' 

2G8 6U 



275 
279 
287 
318 
327 
309 



20 



40 



4(' 



273 4(' 

259 OO 



42 


Document No. 7. 


[Sessio-E 


Comjpt' 


roller'' s Report for the Fisco'' 


1861. 




\ 






Feb. 


Eli W. HalL 


New Hanover'" 


276 






W. Harris, ' " 


Franklin 


$ 258 






W. G. Harriss, " 


Chatham 


274 






L. W. Humphrey, " 


Onslow "' 


321 






W. K. Lane, ' " 


Wayne " 


250 






David Outlaw, " 


Bertie '■ 


312 






T. J. Pitchford, " 


Warren 


294 


40 




J. G. Eamsay, " 


Rowan " 


306 






J. M. S. Rogers, " 


Northampton'' 


259 






Duncan Shaw, " 


Cumberland '' 


304 


80 




B. T. Simmons, " 


Currituck " 


311 


60 




F. L. Simpson, " 


Rockingham " 


313 






J. P. Speight, 


Greene " 


265 






N. H. Street, " 


Craven 


277 


20 




Jasper Stowe, " 


Lincoln 


314 






L. Q. Sharpe, " 


Iredell 


293 






J. B. Slaughter, " 


Hertford 


332 


40 




Jones Spencer, " 


Hyde 


293 






J. R. Stubbs, '' 


Martin 


163 






A. J. Taylor, 


Nash 


252 






C. H. K. Taylor, " 


Granville " 


231 






John D. Taylor, " 


Brunswick " 


249 


20 




W.H.Thomas, 


Jackson " 


363 






J. W. Thomas, " 


Davidson " 


281 


80 




Jos Turner, jr., " 


Orange " 


283 


20 




John Walker, " 


Mecklenburg" 


299 






J. W. B. Watson, " 


Johnston " 


263 


4(^ 




J. A. Waugh, " 


Forsyth " 


321 


80 




M. C. Whitaker, " 


Halifax 


279 






|C. S. Winstead, " 


Person 


261 






S. H. Walkup, 


Union " 


298 






J. M. Whedbee, " 


Pasquotank " 


300 






Jonathan Worth, " 


Randolph " 


279 






William T. Dortch, Speaker of Commons, 


I 






Wayne county, 




350 






B. G. Albritton, Commons, Pitt Co., 


277 






F. E. Alfred, 


Craven " 


319 


50 




G. W. Autry, '' 


Sampson " 


319 


40 




B. M. Baxter, " 


Currituck, " 


317 






J. G. Blue, " 


Richmond " 


302' 




J. B. Batchelor, " 


Warren " 


238 




R. R. Bridgers, " 


Edgecombe " 


276 


r;0 



iS62-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



4^^ 



TecM' ending SSpiember 30/A, 1861. 



S61. 
eb. 


Jno. Boothe, Common8,Gate8 County, 


$ 327 






J. M. Bullock, 


u 


Granville 


i( 


270 






Philip Barrow, 


(( 


Forsyth 


u 


285 


80 




iE. G. L Barringer, 


u 


Montgomerji 


r il 


332 


K^ 




iC. H Bnrgin, 


u 


McDowell 


u 


312 






I J. W Bowman, 


u 


Yancey 


(( 


350 






jTnrner Bynnm, 


li 


Chatham 


<( 


303 






J. G Branch, 


u 


Duplin 


(( 


313 






iJoDus Cline, 


u 


CataM'ba 


(( 


332 






iC. C. Clark, 


u 


Craven 


(( 


270 


60 




;E B Clark, 


(( 


Davidson 


(( 


306 






'T. N. Grumpier, 


u 


Ashe 


{( 


343 






iM. K. Crawford, 


u 


Wayne 


u 


265 






jWm. H. Cheek, 


(( 


Warren 


It 


268 






A. G Cowles, 


(i 


Yadkin 


u 


331 


60 




J. M. Carson, 


.i 


Alexander 


(( 


332 


60 




S. II. Cannady, 


(( 


Granville 


u 


265 


40 




C. T N. Davis, 


4( 


Rutherford 


u 


333 


6(' 




C. T. Davis, 


(( 


Bladen 


(( 


340 






A. H. Davis, 


t( 


Halifax 


(( 


277 






S. W. Davis, 


u 


Mecklenburg" 


280 


4(' 




W. W. Dickson, 


u 


Caldwell 


" (( 


339 


5<- 




J. L. Ewell, 


u 


Mnrtin 


(( 


325 






N. C. Faison, 


u 


Sampson 


(( 


314 






D. D. Ferebee, 


u 


Camden 


(( 


312 






I. H. Foust, 


(i 


Randolph 


C( 


311 






N. K. Fleming, 


(( 


Rowan 


({ 


278 






Tilman Farrow, 


«i 


Hyde 


(( 


341 






jG. N. Folk. 


i( 


Watauga 


(( 


347 






J. H Foy, 


«. 


Onslow 


(( 


321 




J. A. Fagg, 


(( 


Madison 


(( 


377 




J. R. Ferguson, 


u 


Bertie 


(( 


351 




Rawley Galloway, 


ii 


Rockingham 


u 


318 6(^ 




L. Greene, 


ii 


Stanl}' 


n 


317 




H. B. Guthrie, 


u 


Orange 


(( 


304 6(^ 




R. N. Green, 


.( 


Chatham 


n 


305 




Wm. F. Green, 


(( 


Franklin 


u 


359 


4(' 




J. L. Gorrell, 


(( 


Guilford 


u 


274 






A. B. F. Gaither, 


(( 


Iredell 


u 


311 


4r' 




Wm. S. Ilarrfs, 


(( 


Cabarrus 


tit 


290 


6(- 


» 


J. S. Harrington, 


.( 


Harnett 


tfr 


305 


6(' 


i 


«. P. Hill, 


u 


Caswell 


(( 


262 





44 



Document Ko. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fised 



1861. 










— 


Fob. 


Lewis Hanes, Commons, Davidson Co., 


$ 306 






H. B. Howard, 


u 


Davie " 


302 


K; 




G. W. Hayes, 


a 


Cherokee " 


378 


20 




Phineas Horton, 


n 


Wilkes " 


338 


6(> 




P. T. Henry, 


U 


Bertie " 


343 


S(i 




N. F. Hall, 


(( 


Rowan •' 


303 






J. F. Hoke, 


(( 


Lincoln " 


310 


60 




J. P. Jordan, 


(( 


Henderson " 


342 






W. H. P. Jenkins, 


(( 


Granville " 


304 






Alex. Kelly, 


(( 


Moore " 


271 


10 




H. P Kallum, 


(( 


Stokes " 


327 






S. L. Love, 


(( 


Haywood " 


363 






C. Q. Leramonds, 


u 


Union " 


293 






E. R. Liles, 


u 


Anson " 


302 






J. R. Logan, 


u 


Cleveland " 


333 


60 




Chas. Latham, 


C( 


Washington •' 


846 






J. R. Love, Jr., 


(( 


Jackson " 


368 






Tho3. D. Meares, 


u 


Brunswick " 


287 


8u 




Wm. T. Marsh, 


u 


Beaufort '• 


320 






Clias. McCleese, 


u 


Tyrrel '• 


356 


80 




A. S. Merrimon, 


a 


Buncombe " 


333 


40 




Alex. McMillan, 


a 


Robeson " 


267 


SO 




A. H. Martin, 


u 


Wilkes " 


314 


20 




C. P. Mendenhall, 


a 


Guilford 


268 






Jas. Mitchiner, 


u 


Johnson " 


257 






Nathan Newb}', 


(( 


Perquimans '• 


347 






W. W. Peebles, 


(( 


Northampton" 


267 


40 




S. J. Person, 


u 


NewHanover" 


824 


80 




Churchill Perkins, 


M 


Pitt 


273 






W. N. Patterson, 


u 


Orange " 


303 


SO 




J. F. Poindexter, 


(( 


Forsyth " 


286 


40 




J. H. Pearson, 


(( 


Burke " 


280 


60 




J. M. Potts, 


(( 


Mecklenburg" 


298 


40 




L. L. Polk, 


(( 


Anson " 


290 


80 




W. B. Pope, 


(( 


Halifax 


277 






B. H. Padgett, 


(( 


Rutherford " 


877 






J. P. H. Russ, 


(( 


Wake 


801 






M. W. Ransom, 


(( 


Northampton" 


210 


20 




;S. H. Rogers, 


'( 


Wake 


297 






C. E Shober, 


u 


Guilford " 


27^ 






Daniel Shaw, 


«< 


N. Hanover •' 


822 






A- K. Simonton, 


u 


Iredell " 


294 





l^G2-'63.] 



Document ^o. 7> 



45 



) 'ear ending Septemler SOih, 1862. 



1861. 
Feb. 



Co., 



!$ 



It. T. Slade, Commons, Eockingliam 
jj. D. Stanford, " Duplin 
Ir. H. Small, " Chowan 

D. W. Siler, " Macon 
W. P. Taylor, " Chatham 
iJno. Tapscott, " ^Llamance 
'Wm. H. Watson, " Johnston 
K. M. Waugh, " Surry 
'Jas. II. White, " Gaston 
II. G. Williams, " Nash 
T. L. Winslow, " Randolph 

E. K. Withers " Caswell 
A. G. Waters, " Cleaveland 
D. W. Whitehurst, " Carteret 
J. C. Williams, " Cumberland 
J. S. Woodard, " Edgecombe 
|J. C. Wooten, " Lenoir 
|W. P. Ward, " Jones 
I J. D. Wilkerson, " Person 
•J. T. Williams, " Pasquotank 
Eli Wishart, " Robeson 
!N. L. Williamson " Columbus '' i 
,J. J. Yeates, " Hertford " i 
!j. W. Alspaugh, Principal Clerk of thei 
I Senate, I 
W. L. Saunders, Assistant Clerk of the' 

|! Senate, ] 

JEdward Cantwell, Principal Clerk House 
! of Commons, 

j'W. M. Hardie, Assistant Clerk House of 
j Commons, 

L. W. Jovner, Engrossing Clerk, 

Edmard Vail, 

! M. H. Pinnix, " " ^ 

i, James Page, Principal Door Keeper of 
ji the Senate, 

C. C. Tally, Assistant Door Keeper of the 
1; Senate, 

pW. S. Webster, Principal Door Keeper 
jl of the House of Commons, 
'iW. R. Level 1, Assistant Door Keeper 
[i House of Commons, 



283 

288 

347 

292 

304 

311 

261 

317 

338 

280 

314 

213 

343 

332 

266 

311 

314 

324 

311 

341 

334 

337 

289 

841 

720 

81G 

748 
374 
366 
364 



40 



40 



80 
60 

80 



60 
80 



40 



20 
20 



3851 
364 
366 
383 



46 



J_)0CT'~^f'" 'JT '^'^ 



[Session 



■ornpit-'lUyi^t^ Htpnrtfor the. Fiscal. 



Sundry temporary Engrossing Clerks, as 
follows : 

S. E. Phillips, 

T. H. Hill, 

A. S. Jojner, 

D. H. Stephenson, 

,0. J. Iredell, 

jj. H. A vent, 

iC. P. Bryson, 

Miss Mary G. Mason, 

Caleb Evans and Ben Smith, under Reso- 
lution of General Assembly, 1860 and 
1861, 

Joseph B. Slaughter, for James Riff, re- 
vizard for arrest of Henry Reynolds, a 
fugitive from justice, 

Sundry Persons, interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

Sundry persons, interest on State Coupon 
Bonds, 

jParker Rand, interest on Bonds of Fay-' 

j etteville & Western Plaukroad Co., 

|R. Cotton, interest on Bonds of Faj-ette- 

I ville & Western Plankroad Compan}-, 

lE. B. Freeman, Clerk of Supreme Court,; 

I as follows : 

For his half year's salary ending Dec. 
31st, 1860, 

For recording 2,389 pages at 30 cents per 
page, 

I James Litcliford, Marshal to Supreme 
Court in Raleigh, for 68 days attend- 
ance, Dec. Term, 1860, at $2 per day, 

R. M. Saunders, Judge Superior Courts, 
for attending as Judge Court of Oyer 
and Terminer, Caswell County, 

David Coleman, Solicitor, for 3 certifi- 
cates (1 double) from Ttli Circuit, 
jjW. J. Houston, Solicitor, for 1 certiiiciitc 
il from 2d Circuit, 

Thomas Settle, Solicitor, for 2 ccrtiMcateB 
iVom 4ili Cirenit. 



S 60 
56 




61 


40 


24 




20 




12 




16 




52 




400 




100 




540 




789 




240 




150 




150 




716 


TO 



1 ;um 
itol 

:^ol 

! 

:>0| 
! 



)02-'63.3 



Document No. 7. 



l^ear endhig September SOih, 1861. 



IS61. 

{-eh. 



iAdams' Express Company, Raleigh, 

freight on box of arms, 
jGov. Ellis, for check and premium on 

$8,631 95 New York funds, as payment 

for military stores, 
James E. Morris, his annual salary for| 

160 as keeper of the Public Arms atj 

Newborn, ! 

John Spelman, State Printer, for printing 

for General Assembly, 
iMartha Spears, a pension for 1860, 
;Sundry persons, public taxes refunded 

by Resolution of General Assembly, 

1860-'61 
J. H, Moore, i)er Resolution of General 

Assembly, 1S60-'61, !' 

Wm. Peace, per Resolution of General I 

Assembly, 1860-'01, 
iForest Manufacturing Corupany, for paper 
j furnished the State, 
;John W. Syme, for advertising in Raleigh 
I Register Governor's Proclamation con- 
! corning Convention, and proposals for 

lire wood for Capitol, 
Adams' Express Company, Raleigh, 
' freight on package from New York to 

Public Treasurer, 
T. H. Snow, for lumber furnished the State 

in 1858, 
Drury King, toj- payment of servant's 

wages at Capitol for January, 1861, 
^[agnetic Telegraph, for sundry dispatch-[ 

es for Public Treasurer, j 

S. II. Young, Tretisurer N. C. Institu- 
tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the! 

Blind, as part of the appropriation ofj 

General Assembly, 1860-61, for the! 

improvement of the buiklings of saidj 

Institution, 
(Commercial Bank of Wilmington, as tax! 

refunded under Resolution of last G^n-I 

eral Assembly, } 



i^ 



9,06354 



150 

445 98 
100 



396 
10 



1,500 



300 



09 



1215 
15 

4170 



500 
3.500 



i^.. 



Document No. 7. 



[Sessio5i 



Coiivptroller^ 8 liejyortfor the Fiscq>l 



1861. 
]\[arch 



Bank of Wadesboro', as tax refunded 
under Resolution of General Assem- 

jC. H. Brogden, Comptroller, his Ist quar- 
ter's salary for 1861, 
Sundry persons, for advertising Gover- 
nor's proclamation concerning Conven- 
tion, as follows : 
S. D. Pool, Union Banner^ 
W. J. Yates, ^Yestern Democrat^ 
Syme & Hall, Raleigh Register^ 
F. I. Wilson, Ad Valorem Banner, 

C. R. P. Byers, Asheville Sjyeciator, 
T. Loring, Goldsboro' Tribune, 

W. W. Holden, N. C. Standard, 

R. T. Hefiin, N, C. Christian Advocate 

L. V. Blum, People^ 8 Press, 

E. J. Hale & Sons, Faj^etteville Ohse^r- 

ver, 
T. W. Atkin, Asheville Ne^os, 
Sundry Sheriffs for holding and making! 

returns of Convention Election, as: 

follows : 
W. H. Cullom, Johnston county, | 

A. McD. Martin, Dep. Sheriff, Richmond! 

County, 

D. Loftin, Davidson county, 

J. "W. .Steed, Randolph county, i 

L. H. Lowrance, Lincoln county, 
W. E. Mann, Pasquotank county, 

E. S. Barco, Camden county, 
J. B. Lee, Currituck county, 
M. Masten, Forsyth county, 
C. Austin, Union county, 

Rufus H. Page, Secretary of State, for 
certified copies of Laws furnished State 
Printer, 

Graham Daves, Private Secretary to Gov- 
ernor Ellis, his 1st quarter's salary for 
1861, 

Sundry Members of the General Assem- 
bly, session 1860-'61, as follows : i 



3,250; 
250i 



12 
13 
24 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



12 

6 
13 



6 

19 

22 
19 

38 
39 



16 
50 
16 

50 
39116 
39116 



20 
35 



83 
83 



459^0 



75 



1862-'63.] 



Document jS"©. 7. 



41* 



Year ending Sepiemher SOih, 1861. 



1861. 
March 



J, M. Morebead, Senate, Guilford Co., '$ 208 
C. G. Wright, Commons, Cumberland 

county, 
R. S. Donnell, Commons, Beaufort Co., 
A. D. Speight, Commons, Greene Co., 
Henry Mordecai, Commons, "Wake Co., 
Mary G. Mason, for 6 days' services as 

Engrossing Clerk, 
E. Emmons, State Geologist, his 4th quar- 
ter's salary for 1860, 
W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy 

lura, on account of said Asylum, 
Wilmington, Charlotte & Rutherford 

Railroad Company, as interest on 

Coupon Bonds of the State of North- 
Carolina, 
A. E. Smallwood, as interest on State 

Registered Bonds, 
John L. Bailey, Judge Superior Courts, 

for 2 certificates from 3d Circuit, 
R. R. Heath, Judge Superior Courts, for 

4 certificates from 1st Circuit, 
Will. A. Jenkins, Attorney General, foi 

4 certificates from 3d Circuit, 
Thomas Settle, Solicitor, for 1 certificate 

from 4th Circuit, 
M. E. Manly, Judge Supreme Court, his 

1st quarter's salary for 1861, 
W. H. Battle, Judge Supreme Courts, his 

1st quarter's salary for 1861, 
iGov. Ellis, for payment of commissions 

of Watson & Meares, for purchasing 

Arms for North-Carolina, 
Gov. Ellis, for the payment of Dupont & 

Co., for powder furnished the State, 
Gov. Ellis, for payment of David Smith 

for ammunition furnished the State, 
Col. Jno. L. Cantwell, under Resolution 

of General Assembly, 1860-'61, 
[Gov. Ellis, for payment ofj Schuyler, 

Hartley <k. Graham, for Arms furnish- 
ed the State, 
Doo. No. 7.] 4 



240 
300 
315 
255 

24 

625 



5,000 



'1,170 

90 

270 

382 

80 

20 

625 

625 

119 

4,035 

2,239 

20 



20 

20 



m 



2(? 
27 
76 



4,770l7!> 



50' 



Document No. T.- 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiseal 



18G1. 
March 



jGov. Ellis, as payment for 500 Colt's 

I Navy Pistols, purchased for the State, 

iBank of North-Carolina, for premium on 
Northern Funds, 

:R. H. Page, Premium on Northern 

I Funds, 

Bank of Wadesboro', Premium on North- 
ern Funds, 

Bank of Clareradon, Premium on North- 
ern Funds, 

Bank of the Republic, New York, for in- 
terest on State Conpo-n Bonds of N. C, 

Bank of the Republic, N. Y., for interest 
on Coupon Bonds oi Cape Fear & 
Deep River Navigation Company, 

W". W. Holden, for advertising in N 
C. Standard, proclamation concerning 
Presidential Election, 

C. Austin, Sheriff Union County, for 
making returns of election for Electors 
for President and Yice President of 
the United States, in Nov., 1860, 

John Spelman, State Printer, for printing 

.for Executive Department, 
John Spelman, printing for Adjutant 

General's Department, 
John Spelman, printing for State Depart 

ment, 
John Spelman, printing Bank State- 
ments, 
Sureties of W. S. Willis, late Sheriff of 

Bladen county, under Resolution -of 

General Assembly, 1860-'61, 
Drury King, Superintendent Capitol, his 

1st quarter's salary for 1861, 
O. H. Perry, State Librarian, his 1st 

quarter's salary for 1861, 

D. W. Courts, Public Treasurer, his 1st 
quarter's salary for 1861, 

W. R. Richardson, Clerk to Treasury 
Department, his 1st quarter's salary 
for 1861, 



8,545 

3,000 

1 

500 

500 

13,461 

945 

10 

35 
72 
34 
36 
185 

1,000 

65 

112 

500 



50 



83" 



74: 



19 



50 



18T!50 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



51 



Year ending September 30<A, 1861. 



James C.Turner, Chief Engineer Western, 
N. C. Railroad survey, on account of} 
said survey, \ 

B. F. Moore, under Resolution of Gen'l; 
Assembly, ISGO-'Gl. ^ _ \ 

Drury King, for various services in Capi-j 
tol, 1 

W. H. & R. S. Tucker, for articles fur- 
nished the State, 

Chas. Kuester, under Resolution of Gen'l 
Assembly, 1860-'61, 

W. L. Pomeroy, Stationary furnished 
Gen'l Assembly, 1860-'61, 

W. W. Holden, for advertising in ^N". C. 
Standard 's>?\q. of State Bonds, 

Quent. Busbee, under Resolution of Gen'l 
Assembly, 1860-'61, 

A. Fraps, for 1 table for Capitol, 

"Wm. Watson, under Resolution of Gen'l 
Assembly, 1860-'61, 

Drury King, for payment of wages of ser- 
vant at the Capitol, for Feb., 1861, 

E. Newlin, for subscription of Public 
Treasurer, on behalf of the State, to 
New York Journal of Commerce^ 
from Feb. 28th, 1861, to Feb. 28th, 
1862, 

G. H. Wilder, for wood furnished State 
Capitol, 

Drury King, for payment of wages of 
servant at the Capitol, for March 
1861, 

S. H. Young, Treasurer ISTo. Ca. Institu- 
tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the 
Blind, as part of appropriation of 
General Assembly, 1S60-'61, for es- 
tablishing a Book Bindery in said in- 
stitution, 

C. H. Wiley, on account of the State 
Educational Association for 1859-'60, 
by virtue of an act of the General As- 
sembly, 



2,653 



500 



139 

73 

277 

21 

250 
2 

10 

15 



60 

72 
90 
67 
50 

25 

9s. 



9 
458 

15 



500 



1,200 



52 



Document ISTo. 7. 



[Session 



ComjptroUe^'h Rejwdfor the Fiscal. 



1861. 
April. 



DeCarteret&Arinstrong, for bindingLaws 
&C.J for the State, 

Bank of Washington, as tax refunded 
under an Act of General Assemply, 
1860-'61. 

David L. Swain, for expenses as Commis- 
sioner fi-om this State to Montgomerj, 
Ala., 

W. H. Hamilton, Superintendent of Cap- 
itol Square, his last quarter's salary for 
1861, 

Graham Daves, Secretary to Council of 
State, for expenses of meeting of Coun- 
cil, March 25th, 1861, 

Sundry persons for advertising Governor's 
proclamation concerning Convention, 
as follows : 

John Spelman, State Journal, 

W. J. Brooks, Quid Nunc, Elizabeth 
City, 

^Tucke & German, Wilson Ledgsr^ 

:T. J. Garner, Southron^ Elizabeth City, 

|P. J. Sinclair, North-Carolinian, 

JMrs. T. J. Holton, Charlotte T^/i^^, 

;E. H. Britton, Charlotte Bulletin, and 

I Catawba Journal, 

John B. Lyon, Democratic Pioneer, 

|C. N. B. Evans, Milton Chronicle, 

I John W. Ellis, Gov. of No. Ca., his 1st 

I quarter's salary for 1861,, 

E. Emmons, State Geologist, his 1st quar- 
ter's salary for 1861, 

E. Emmons, Jr., Assisant State Geologist,' 
his 1st quarter's salary for 1861, I 

Rev. M. A. Curtis, Ass't State Geologist, 
his 1st quarter's salary for 1861, 1 

Giles Mebane, his mileage and per diem, 
as a member of the House of Commons, 
Session 1860-'61, | 

Sundry persons, interest oa State Regis-! 
tered Bonds, 

R. M. Pearson, Chief Justice Supreme' 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



53 



Year ending Septonher 30th, 1861. 



Court, his 1st quarter's salary for 
1861, $ 

David Coleman, Solicitor, for 3 certificates 
from 7th Circuit, 

Will. A. Jenkins, Attorney General, for 2 
certificates from 3rd Circuit, 

E. C. Hines, Solicitor, for 5 certificates 
from 1st Circuit, 

J. L, Bailey, Judge Superior Courts, for 
one certificate from 3d Circuit, 

Robert Strange, Solicitor, for 8 certificates 
from 5th Circuit, 

Gov. Ellis, for payment of J. E.. Ander 
son & Co., Richmond, Va., for Battery 
of Cannon and all fixtures, 

Geo. T. Cook, P. M. Raleigh, for rent 
of boxes in Post Oflice for the several 
Departments in Capitol, from Oct. 1st, 
1860, to April 1st, 1861, 

Geo. T. Cook, for postage stamps fur- 
nished Executive and Treasury Depart- 
ments, 

Geo. T. Cooke, for postage on Revenue 
Act sent to the several counties in the. 
State, j 

John Spelman, Public Printer, for print- 
ing for General Assembly, 1860 -'61,' 

John Spelman, printing for Comptroller's 
and State Departments, ' 

R. H. Page, Secretary of State, his 1st; 
quarter's salary for 1861, | 

Sundry persons, for bonds of the State of 
N. C, due in 1861, 

E. Newlin, for advertising for the State in 
New York Journal of Coinnierce^ 

American Bank Note Compau}', N. Y., 
for engraving sundry Coupon Bonds 
of N. C, 

Geo. T. Cook, P. M. Raleigh, for post-l 
age stamps furnished Treasury Depart- 
ment, 
Adams' Express Comp., Raleigh, freight 



625 
60 
40 

100 
9T 

160 

6,295 



68 



6 

20 

21 

616 

19 

200 

1T,000 
9 

58 



O'J 



26 
o6 



^4' 



DOCITMENT No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



on package from l!^ew York to Public 
Treasurer, 

Drury King, for dray age of safe from 
depot to Treasurer's Office, 

McGee & "Williams, for candles furnislied 
the State, 

Wm. Thompson, under Resolution of 
General Assembly, 1860-'61. 

Syme & Hall, for advertising in Raleigh 
Register sale of State Bonds, 

iW. W. Bacon, for fire proof safe for 
Treasury Dej)artment, 

Misses Litchford and Stuart, for copy- 
ing Colonial Records, under Resolution 
of General Assembly authorizing the 
publication thereof, 

Adams' Express Company, freight on 
package from New York to Public 
Treasurer, 

Forest Manufacturing Company, for 30 
reams paper furnished the State, 

For sundry Telegraphic dispatches for 
Public Treasurer, 

W. A. Jenkins, under Resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly, 1860-'61, 

Samuel H. Young, Treasurer N. C. In- 
stitution for the Deaf and Dumb and 
the Blind, as part of appropriation 
of General Assembly, 1860-,61, for 
establishing a book bindery in said 
Institution, 

Henry A. London, Treasurer of Cape 
Fear and Deep River Navigation Im- 
provement, for sundry bills of lumber 
and other expenses, 

Thomas L. Clingman, expenses as Com- 
missioner from this State to Mont- 
gomery, Ala., 

John F. Hoke, fees, as Attorney for 
collection of Collateral Descents, &c., 

Paid the following persons their mile- 
age and per diem for services as Com-' 



lS62-'63.] 



Document !Ro. 7. 



55 



F'ear ending September SOih, 1861. 



missiosiers from this State to the Peace 
Convention, held in Washington -city 
Feb. last: 

John M. Morehead, of Guilford, 

Thos. Ruffin, Sr., of Alamance, 

D. S. Reid, of Rockingham, 

D. M. Barringer, of Wake, 

Sundry Sheriffs, for holding and making 
returns of Convention election in their 
respective Counties, ia Feb. last, as fol 
lows : 

W. W. Pi-offitt, Yancey County, 

N. R. Jones, Warren " 

J.M.Tate, Haywood " 

J. G. Crawford, Macon " 

R. G. Tuttle, Caldwell " 

W. A. Walsh, for advertising in Warreu 
ton I^eios Governor's Proclamation 
concerning Convention, 

Fulton & Price, for advertising in Wil- 
mington Journal, Governor's Procla- 
mation concerning Convention, 

J. A. Graves, for mileage and per diem 
as a member of the State Convention, 

R. H. Page, Secretary of State, for fur- 
nishing copies of laws ordered by the 
Convention, 

R. H. Page, for copies of Laws of Extra 
Sessiori of Gen'l Assembly, May, 1S61, 
furnir.liL'd State Printer, 

Edward Yarborough, for entertainment of 
Commissioner from So. Ca., 

Ed. Graham Haywood, his per diem as 
Presidential Elector, 

Mason Loeb, for expenses attendant on 
the arrest of M. Heinerman, a fugitive 
from justice. 

Paid Members of the Gen'l Assembly of 
No. Ca., first Extra Session, May 1861, 
as follows : 

Henry T. ( 'lark. Speaker of Senate, Edge- 
combe County, 



252 
215 
209 
204 



40 



20 



46 
13 
67 
64 
35 



66 
IT 
50 
16 
83 



50 
20 

50 



16 

43 

28 

20 

58 

10 

3 

100 



74 20 



5« 



Document Ko. 7. 



[Seesion 



Comptroller's Report for the 1*1800,1 



M. F. Arendell, Senate, 

W. W. Avery, " 

A. W. Burton, " 
Bedford Brown, " 
M. A. Bledsoe, " 
y. 0- Barringer, " 
E. J. Blount, " 
J. G. Dickson, " 
Joseph Dobson, " 
Alfred Dockerj, " 
W. D. Dowd, " 
M. L. Eure, <' 
Marcus Erwin, " 
Thos. I. Faison, " 
Frederick Grist, " 

E. W. Hall, " 
W. Harris, " 
W. G. Harris, " 
L. W. Humphrey, " 
W. K. Lane, " 
J. M. Moreliead, " 
David Outlaw, " 
T. J. Pitchford, *' 
J. G. Ramsay, " 
Duncan Shaw, " 

B. T. Simmons, " 

F. L. Simpson, " 
J. P. Speight, " 
N. H. Street, " 
Jasper Stowe, ' 
L. Q. Sharpe, " 
Jones Spencer, " 
J. B. Slaughter, " 
J. R. Stubbs, " 
A. J. Taylor, " 

C. H. K. Taylor, " 
J. D. Taylor, " 
W. H. Thomas, " 
J. W. Thomas, " 
Josiah Turner, " 
John Walker, " 
J. A. Waugh, " 



Carteret County, 
Burke " 


$ 69 
81 


Cleveland " 


78 


Caswell " 


50 


Wake " 


39 


Cabarrus " 


69 


Pitt " 


55 


Duplin " 


53 


Yadkin " 


69 


Richmond " 


86 


Moore '* 


62 


Gates " 


81 


Buncombe " 


93 


Sampson " 
Beaufort " 


57 
61 


N. Hanover " 


67 


Franklin " 


49 


Chatham " 


40 


Onslow " 


63 


Wayne " 
Guilford ** 


43 
55 


Bertie " 


94 


Warrea " 


53 


Rowan " 


69 


Cumberland " 


52 


Currituck " 


83 


Rockingham " 


49 


Greene " 


49 


Craven " 


60 


Lincoln " 


80 


Iredell " 


71 


Hyde 
Hertford " 


79 
82 


Martin " 


58 


Nash " 


58 


Granville " 


51 


Brunswick " 


68 


Jackson '^ 


105 


Davidson " 


59 


Orange " 


47 


Mecklenburg " 


66 


Forsyth " 


63 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



:57 



Year ending Septemher SOth, 1861. 



M.C.Whitaker, Senate, Halifax Co. 

C. S. Winstead, " Person " 

is. H. Walkup, " Union " 

J. M. Whedbee, " Pasquotank " 
W. T. Dortch, Speaker of Commons, 

Wayne County, 

BGAlbritton, Com'ns, Pitt Co., 



jF. E. Alfred, 
|G. W. An try, 
;E. G. L, Barringer, 
'Philip Barrow, 
|J. B. Batchelor, 
'B. M. Baxter, 
jJ. G. Blue, 
IJobn Boo the, 
iJ. W. Bowman, 
|J. G. Branch, 
!R. R. Bridgers, 
j.J. M. Bullock, 
C. H. Burgin, 
JTurner Bynum, 
|S. H. Cannady, 
|J. M. Carson, 
W. H. Cheek, 
C. C. Clark, 
Ie. B. Clai-k, 
iJonas Cline, 
|A. C. Cowles, 
M. K. Crawford, 
|T. N. Grumpier, 
jC. T. Davis, 
JA. H. Davis, 
S. W. Davis, 
C. T. N. Davis, 
W. W. Dickson, 
R. S. Donnell, 
J. L. Ewell, 
J. A. Fagg, 
N. C. Faison, 
'Til man Farrow, 
I J. 11. Ferguson, 
ID. D. Ferebee, 



Graven 

Sampson 

Monto^omerv 

Forsyth 

Warren 

Currituck 

Richmond 

Gates 

Yancey 

Duplin 

Edgecombe 

Granville 

McDowell 

Chatham 

Granville, 

Alexander 

Warren 

Craven 

Davidson 

Catawba 

Yadkin 

Wayne 

Ashe 

Bladen 

Halifax 

Mecklenburg 

Rutherford 

Caldwell 

Beaufort 

Martin 

Madison 

Sampson 

Hyde 

Berlie 

Camden 



58 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller' 8 Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 
May. 


N. N. Fleming, Com'ns 


), Rowan Co., 


% 65 






G. N. Folk, 


u 


"Watauga, " 


84 






J. H. Foust, 


u 


Randolph " 


58 


20 




J. H. Foj, 


u 


Onslow " 


63 






A. B. F. Gaither, 


u 


Iredell " 


74 


40 




Rawley Galloway 


u 


Rockingham " 


52 


40 




J. L. Gorrell, 


(( 


Guilford " 


55 






R. K Green, 


u 


Chatham " 


41 






Lafayette Greene 


(( 


Stanly " 


74 


40 




W. F. Green, 


if. 


Franklin " 


46 


40 




H. B. Guthrie, 


ii 


Orange " 


46 


20 




N. F. Hall, 


u 


Rowan " 


69 






Lewis Hanes, 


(( 


Davidson " 


%^ 






J. S. Harrington 


u 


Harnett " 


47 


50 




W. S. Harris, 


(( 


Cabarrus " 


71 






G. W. Hayes, 


u 


Cherokee " 


121 


50 




P. T. Henry, 


(( 


Bertie " 


84 


60 




S. P. Hill, 


(( 


Caswell " 


63 


40 




H. B. Howard, 


u 


Davie " 


66 






J. F. Hoke 


(C 


Lincoln " 


59 






Phineas Horton, 


u 


Wilkes " 


82 


20 




W. H. P. Jenkins 


u 


Granville " 


46 






J. P. Jordan, 


u 


Henderson " 


97 






H. P. Kallnra, 


C( 


Stokes " 


54 






Alexander Kelly, 


(( 


Moore " 


52 


20 




Charles Latham, 


(( 


Washington " 


79 






C. Q. Lemmonds, 


a 


Union " 


77 






E. E. Liles, 


(( 


Anson " 


84 






J. R. Logan, 


(C 


Cleaveland " 


84 


40 




S. L. Love, 


u 


Haywood " 


105 






J. R. Love, 


u 


Jackson " 


84 






Charles McCleese, 


(( 


Tyrrel " 


97 






Alex. McMillan, 


u 


Robeson " 


48 


80 




\V. T. Marsh, 


u 


Beaufort " 


79 


30 




A. H. Martin, 


(( 


Wilkes " 


68 


20 




T. D. Meares, 


(C 


Brunswick " 


64 


40 




Giles Mebane, 


(( 


Alamance " 


42 


20 




C. P. Mendenhall, 


u 


Guilford « 


55 






A. S. Merrimon, 


u 


Buncombe " 


94 






James Mitchiner, 


(( 


Johnston " 


44 






Nathan Newby, 


(C 


Perquimans " 


89 






B. H. Padgett, 


(( 


Polk, « 


119 





lS62-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



59 



Year ending Septemlej^ SOth, 1861. 



!W.]Sr.Patterson,Com'ns, Orange 



_J. H. Pearson, 
iChurchill Perkins, 
jS. J. Person, 
I J. F. Poin dexter, 
;L. L. Polk, 
\W. B. Pope, 
J. M. Potts, 
|M. W. Pausom, 
S. H. Rogers, 
J. P. H. Russ, 
Daniel Shaw, 

C. E. Shober, 
A. K. SimontOD, 
T. T. Slade, 

R. H. Small, 
A. D. Speight, 
J. D. Stanford, 
John Tapscott, 
W. P. Taylor, 
W. P. Ward, 
A. G. Waters, 
W. H. Watson, 
H. M. Waugh, 
J. H. White, 

D. W. Whiiehurst, 
J. D. Wilkerson, 
H. G. Williams, 

J. T. Williams, 
J. C. Williams, 
N. L. Williamson, 
T. L. Winslow, 
Eli Wishart, 
K. K. Withers, 
J. S. Woodard, 
J. C. AVooten, 
C. G. Wright, 
J. J. Yeates, 



Co. 



Burke 

Pitt '• 
New Hanover" 

Forsyth " 

Anson " 

Halifax " 

Mecklenburg " 

North amp ton " 

Wake " 

New Hanover" 

Guilford « 

Iredell, " 

Rockingham " 

Chowan " 

Greene " 

Dnplin " 

Alamance " 

Chatham " 

Jones " 

Cleaveland " 

Johnston " 

Surry " 

Gaston " 

Carteret " 

Person " 

Nash " 

Pasquotank " 

Cumberland " 

Columbus, " 

Randolph " 

Robeson " 

Caswell " 

Wilson " 

Lenoir " 

Cumberland " 
Hertford 



J. W. Alspaugh, Principal Clerk of the 

Senate, 
W. L. Saunders, Assistant Clerk of the 

Senate, 



60 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Edward Cantwell, Principal Clerk of the 

House of Commons, 
W. M. Hardy, Assistant Clerk of the 

House of Commons, 
L. W. Joiner, Engrossing Clerk 
Edward Vail, " " 

M. H. Pinnix, " " 

James Page, Principal Doorkeeper of the 

Senate, 
C. C. Tally, Assistant Doorkeeper of the 

Senate, 
W . S. Webster, Principal Doorkeeper of 

the House of Commons, 
W. E.. Lovell, Assistant Doorkeeper of the 

House of Commons, 
R. H. Whitaker, Temporary Engrossing 

Clerk, 

Sundry persons, interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 
Sundry persons, interest on State Coupon 

Bonds, 
W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy 

lum, N. C, on account of said Asylum, 
J. L. Bailey, Judge Superior Courts, for 

6 certificates from 3d Circuit, 

Thos. Settle, Solicitor, for 8 certificates 

from -ith Circuit, 
H. C. Jones, Reporter to Supreme Court, 

his 1st half year's salary lor 1861, 
R. R. Heath, Judge Superior Courts, for 

7 certificates from 1st Circuit, 

David Coleman, Solicitor, for 6 certificates 
from 7th Circuit, 

John Kerr, Solicitor j^ro tern., for 1 certi- 
ficate from 4th Circuit, 

R. M. Saunders, Judge Superior Courts 
for 14 certificates (1 double) from 5th 
Circuit, 

Geo. Howard, jr.. Judge Superior Courts, 
for 12 certificates from 4tli Circuit, 

Geo. Green, Solicitor ^^ro tern, for 3 certi 
ficates from 2nd Circuit, 



$ 162 

144 

58 
70 
68 



40 



87 

64 

65 

85 

33 
700 02 
3,705 
5,000 
607150 
160 
300 
682 
120 

20 

1,155 

975 
60 



SO 



lSG2-'63.] 



Document [N'o. 7. 



61 



Yea7' ending September SOih, 1862. 



Eobert Strange, Solicitor, for 4 Certifi- 
cates from 5th Circuit, 
R. S. French, Judge Superior Courts, for 

10 Certificates from 6th Circuit, 
Wm, A. Jenkins, Attorney-Gen'l, for 4 

certificates from 3cl Circuit, 
Capt. R. S. Tucker, Ast. Commissary of 

Subsistence, for expenses incurred in 

subsistence of Troops, 
Warren Winslow, for the use of Fayette- 

ville Arsenal, 
Jos. 11. Anderson & Co., Richmond, Ya., 

for Arms and Munitions of War, 
Jas. Sloan, for Commissary Stores, 
John F. Hoke, Adj't Gen, for payment for 

Haversacks for Troops, 
Capt. J. W. Cameron, A. Q. M., to pay 

for making Haversacks for Troops, 
Capt. J. W. Cameron, A. Q. M., to pay 

for transportation and other necessary 

expenses of said Department, 
Capt. S. D. Ramseur, for purchases of 

horses for Ellis. Artillery, 
P. B. Hawkins, for the purchase of bacon 

and pork for Troops, 
W. H. <fc R. S. Tucker, for dry goods fur- 
nished for Troops, 
John F. Hoke, Adj't-Gen., for the use of 

the Camp of Instruction at Weidon and 

Garysbnrg, 
Jos. R, Anderson & Co., for munitions of 

war, 
H. L. Evans, for goods furnished troops, 
John Devereux, Act. Commissary, for 

supplies purchased for troops, 
J. W. Cameron, A. Q. M.,for expenses of 

transportation, labor, &c., 
A. Capehart, for bacon and lard purchas- 
ed by John Devereux, Acting Commis 

sary, 
John D. Whitford, Agent, for tents fur 

nished N. Troops, 



80 

812 

80 

25,000 

3,000 

7,000 
800 

20 

50 

100 
7,500 
25,000 
46051 

700 



5,000 
118 

5,000 

100 

3,894 
100 



93 



75 



62 



Document 'No. 7. 



[Session 



Com'ptToller''s Rejportfor the Fiscal 



McGee & Williams, for dry goods furnish- 
ed for Troops, 

Capt. J. W. Cameron, A. Q. M., for ex 
penses of transpoitation, and for the 
purchase of canteens for troops, 

P. H. Winston, for fish purchased by J. 
Devereux, Acting Commissary, 

John Pool, for fish purchased hj J. De- 
vereux, Acting Commissary, 

W. W. Avery, for the purchase of two 
horses for Ellis Light Artillery, 

Benj. Leecraft, under resolution of 1st ex- 
tra session of General Assembly, for 
money advanced for support of troops 
in Fort Macon, 

Capt. R. S. Tucker, Assistant Commis- 
sary, for supplies contracted for bj 
Adjutant General Hoke, for State 
troops, 

A. Myers, Assistant Commissary, £or mil 
itary stores purchased for Quarter Mas- 
ter's department, 

Warren Win slow, for the purchase of 
Steamer " John Styles," of the Eoan- 
oke Navigation Co., for the use of the 
State, 

Jas. McKimmon, for dry goods furnished 
for troops, 

Capt J. W. Cameron, A. Q. M., for expen- 
ses of transportation, &c., for the pur- 
chase of haversacks, 

J. J. Iredell, for traveling expenses in ser- 
vice of the State, 

Capt. J. W. Cameron, for expenses of 
transportation, &c.,- and for the pur- 
chase of haversacks, 

John Johnson, Paymaster in the Navy, 
for payment of officers, laborers, &c., 
at Ocracocke, 

L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. and P. M. Gen- 
eral, for payment of bounty to 1st 
Eegiment N. C. Yolunteers, transpor- 



549 

473 

849 

3,350 

200 

86 

25,000 
5,000 

8,342 
151 

100 
60 

600 

5,000 



79 

50 
75 



09 



54 

28 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



63 



Year ending September 30^A, 1861. 



tation of troops and for other expenses 

of that Department, $ 50,000 

McPheeters & Ghisehn,for freight,&c., oii 

munitions of war, 308 22 

D. G. Fowle, for 69 copies of Hardee's 
Tactics and surgical instruments pur- 
chased for the State, 205 

Joseph R. Anderson & Co., for Artillery 

for the State, 5,000 

T. D. Sledge, for goods furnished for 

troops, 84 53 

Col. C. F. Fisher, for expenses of recruit- 
ing, subsistence, &c., of 6th Regiment 
of Infantry State troops, | 4,250 

Col. George B. Anderson, for expenses of 
recruiting, subsistence, &c., of 4th Reg- 
iment of Infantry, State troops, 7,500 

Col. D. K. McRae, for expenses of recruit- 
ing, subsistence, (fee, of 6th Regiment 
of Infantry, State troops, 5,250 

A. W. Lawrence, 1st Lieutenant of Ord- 
nance Department, for expenses of said 
Department for tlie 2nd quarter, 1861, 600 

J. R. Anderson & Co., for munitions of 

war furnished the State, 15,304 

A. Myers, Assistant Commissary, for 

Commissary stores, 11,000 

Col. W. P. Bynum, for expenses of re- 

j cruiting, subsistence, &c., of 2d Regi 

1 ment of Infantry, State troops, 5,250 

A. Myers, Assistant Commissary, for mil- 
itary stores for Commissary and Quar- 
termaster's Department, i 364 

Col. Gaston Meares, for expenses of re- 
cruiting, subsistence, &c., of 3rd Regi- 
ment of Infantry, State troops, 5,200 

Col. James A. J. Bradford, on account of 

Arsenal Fund, ^ _ 10,000 

John. R. Harrison, for repairs on material 

and services rendered in Ordnance ♦ 

Department, 188 

Marshall Parks, Navy Agent for N. C, 



43 



09 



# 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Treasurer's lieport for the two fiscal 



for payment of draft on Navy Agent' 
office, 

Corporal J. H. Anderson, expenses for 
board incurred in conveying arms from 
.the Arsenal at Fayetteville to Raleigh, 

Capt. J. B. Starr, expenses for board, in 
conveying arms from the Arsenal at 
Fayetteville to Ealeigh, 

Sergeant Jas. Rose, expenses incurred in 
conveying arms from the Arsenal at 
Fayetteville to Raleigh, 

William Johnston, Commissary General, 
to meet expenses of Commissary De- 
partment, 

John Devereux, Assistant Commissary, 
for the purchase of provisions and stores 
for the State, 

N. R. Jones, Sheriff of "Warren county, 
for holding and making returns of 
election for Electors for President and 
Yice President of the U. S., in Novem- 
ber, 1 860, 

John Spelman, Public Printer, for print 
ing and having ruled blank tax lists for 
the several counties in the State, 
A. Buckner, of Buncombe county pub 
lie tax refunded, 

Sundry persons, for State Registered 
Bonds, issued in 1851, and running ten 
years, as follows : 

Thomas Bragg, for 12 Bonds of $1,000 

J. W. B. Watson, for 2 Bonds of $1,000 

each, 
Samuel Smith, for 4 Bonds of $1,000 

each, 
Jed. H. Lindsay, for 8 Bonds of $1,000 

each, and 1 Bond of $500, 
T. S. Callaway, for 2 Bonds of $1,000 

each, and 1 Bond of $500, 
Mary S. Gallaway, for 2 Bonds of $1,000 

each, and 1 Bond of $500, 



2,500 

2 

IT 

22 

25,000 

14,457 

18 

740 
50 

12,000 
2,000 
4,000 
8,500 
2,500 
2,500 



50 
25 
25 



67 



17 



l862-'63.] 



Document No. 



65 



Yea?' ending Septemher 30<A, 1861. 



Jas. S. Pnrefoy, Treasurer Wake Forest 
College, for 1 Bond of $1,000, ^ $ 

Jas. H. Holt, expenses incurred in con- 
ve3'ing package of money to Kaleigh, 

W. J. Palmer, Principal of Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 
for printing 5,000 copies of " Yolun- 
teei-s' Hand Book," by order of the Le- 
gislature, 

W. H. & R. S. Tucker, under Kesolu- 
tion of 1st extra session of General As- 
sembly, 

Drury King, for servant hire in Capitol, 

Geo. Howard, Jr., under Resolution of 
General Assembly, 1860-'61. 

Drury King, for payment of servant's 
wages in Capitol, for April, 1861, 

Graham Daves, Private Secretary to Gov. 

i Ellis, for sealing 8-i State Bonds, 

For sundry Telegraphic dispatches, for- 

I warded and received for military pur- 

I poses, 

H. D. Turner, for pens &c., furnished the 
State, 

John Pate, under Resolution of Gen. As 
sembly, 1860-'61., 

For sundry telegraphic dispatches sent 
by Public Treasurer, for April, 1861, 

Forest Manf. Co., for 31 reams paper fur- 
nished the State, 

Raleigh & Gaaton Railroad Company, 
for freight on Safe for Treasury De 
partment, 

Board of Internal Improvement, expenses 
of meeting 13th May, 1861, 

Paid Members of the State Convention 
of K. C, 1st. session, began May 20th, 
1861, as follows : 

Weldon N. Edwards, President Warren, 
County, 

Thomas A. Allison, Iredell County, 



R. F. Armfield, 
Doc. No. 7.] 



Yadkin 



1,000 
4 



118 



TO 



33 



59 
1 

90 

15 

8 

111 

15 

3 

5 
168 

87 
18 



29 
50 



40 

06 

25 
86 
83 

25 
50 



172 
150 
149 



20 



66 



Document '^o. 7. 



[SessicMJ 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 












June. 


A. 11. ArringtoD, 


E"ash County, 


$ 141 


4( 




W. S. Ashe, 


Hew Ilanovei 


(( 


146 






Geo. E. Badger, 


Wake 


u 


120 






D. A. Barnes, 


Northampton 


<( 


143 


4( 




L. W. Bachelor, 


Halifax 


(( 


129 






W. S. Battle, 


Edgecombe 


l,i 


130 






K. P. Battle, 


Wake 


u 


120 






John Berry, 


Orange 


(.1 


122 


4( 




Asa Biggs, 


Martin 


(( 


148 






Jas. Bond, 


Bertie 


ii 


164 






E. T. Brodnax, 


Rockingham 


n 


132 






Bedford Brown, 


Caswell 


u 


137 






Tlios. Bunting, 


Sampson 


a 


130 






P. C. Caldwell, 


Mecklenburg 


u 


68 






Jas. Calloway, 


Wilkes 


(( 


145 


6( 




J. S. Cannon, 


Perquimans 


(( 


168 


4( 




J. H. Carson, 


Rutherford 


u 


145 






S. H. Christian, 


Montgomery 


a 


146 






J. W. Council, 


Watauga 


u 


170 


3( 




R. H. Cowan, 


New Hanover 


li 


65 


&( 




Burton Craige, 


Rowan 


n 


119 






J. W. Cunningham, 


Person 


(( 


118 






W. A. Darden, Jr., 


Greene 


« 


128 






R. P. Dick. 


Guilford 


(( 


136 






Rich. Dillard, 


Chowan 


(C 


157 






B. C. Douthitt, 


Davidson 


u 


140 


8( 




M. Durham, 


Rutherford 


a 


167 


5( 




A. T. Davidson, 


Cherokee 


(( 


182 






Peter Eller, 


Wilkes 


(C 


160 






W. J. Ellison, 


Beaufort 


(( 


146 


4( 




D. D. Ferebee, 


Camden 


u 


162 






J. E. Foster, 


Ashe 


c 


164 






A. G. Foster, 


Randolph 


u 


117 


6( 




Wm. Foy, 


Jones 


ii 


131 






J. P. Fuller, 


Robeson 


ii 


129 






J. A, Gilmer, 


Guilford 


ii 


136 






Ralph Gorrell, 


Guilford 


ii 


133 






W. A. Graham. 


Orange 


u 


128 






George Green, 


Craven 


(( 


126 


2( 




J. H. Greenlee, 


McDowell 


a 


159 


6( 




Bryan Grimes, 


Pitt 


u 


128 






T. Y. Hamlin, 


Surry 


(( 


152 





1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



67 



Year ending September 30^A, 1861. 

f — • • ■ — — — - — — 








18(51. 
June. 


T. L. Hargrove, 


Granville County 


$ 129 






Eben Hearne, 


Stanly 


ii, 


140 






J. H. Headen, 


Chathara 


<( 


129, 






P. C. Henkel, 


Catawba 


u 


141 






VYra. Hicks, 


Haywood 


(( 


171 






John Hill, per T. J 












Wilson. 


Stokes 


(( 


28 


30 




W. W. Holden, 


Wake 


(( 


114 






J. L. Holmes, 


New Hanover 


u 


95 


80 




W. J. Houston, 


DupLn 


a 


126 






H. M. Houston, 


LTnion 


(( 


150 


20 




Geo. Howard, Jr., 


Wilson 


(( 


134 


60 




S. X. Johnston, 


Gaston 


ii 


151 


20 




E. W. Jones, 


Caldwell 


(( 


164 






A. H. Joyce, 


Stokes 


(( 


88 






B. A. Kittrell, 


Davidson 


u 


141 






Win. Lander, 


Lincoln 


u 


143 


60 




J. A. Leak, 


Anson 


(( 


146 






W. F. Leak, 


Richmond 


(( 


134 






W. J. Long, 


Randolph 


(( 


132 






E. L. Mann, 


Hyde 


u 


163 


SO 




John Manning, Jr., 


Chatham 


(( 


111 


60 




T. D. McDowell, 


Bladen 


(( 


130 






J. C. McDowell, 


Burke 


(( 


, 163 


40 




J. A. McDowell. 


Madison 


(( 


181 


20 




David McNeill, 


Cumberland 


(( 


129 






A. S. McNeill, 


Harnett 


u 


126 


40 




T. D. Meares, 


Brunswick 


a 


146 


20 




Giles Mebane, 


Alamance 


a 


87 


20 




L. J. Merritt, 


Chatham 


(( 


126 


60 




W. J. T. Miller, 


Cleveland 


u 


164 


20 




J. M. Moody, 


Northampton 


u 


126 






R. A. Moseley, 


Sampson 


<c 


130 


80 




A. Myers, 


Anson 


u 


151 






J. W. Osborne, 


Mecklenburg 


(( 


139 






R. L. Patterson, 


Forsyth 


a 


137 


60 




M. P. Penland, 


Yancey 


u 


162 


20 




W. S. Pettigrew, 


Washington 


u 


174 






Caleb Phifer, 


Cabarrus 


u 


150 






D. S. Reid, 


Rockingham 


(( 


115 






J. T. Ehodes, 


Duplin 


u 


139 






S. S. RovBter, 


Granville 


u 


118 





68 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Bej>ortfor the Fiscal 



1861. 
Jane. 



Thomas Ruffin, 
C. B. Sanders, 
F. B. Satterthwaite, 
H. M. Shaw, 
W. M. Shipp, 
R. H. Smith, 
W. A. Smith, 
C. R. Smith, 
R. K. Speed, 
iRobt. Sprouse, 
S. B. Spruill, 
EK Spruill, 
|A. C. Stewart, 
jG. V. Strong, 
|j. C. Sutherland, 
iC. R. Thomas, 
jE. A. Thompson, 
IF. A. Thornton, 
J, W. Tracy, 
H. Turner, 
A. W. Venable, 
A. J. Walton, 
A. D. Williams, 
E. W. Ward, 
E. J. Warren, 
J. C. Washington, 
J. D. Whitford, 
J. E, Williamson, 
T. J. Wilson, 
Warren Winslow, 
N. W. Woodfin, 
Richard Wooten, 



Alamance County 

Johnston " 

Pitt " 

Currituck " 

Henderson " 

Halifax " 

Johnston " 

Macon " 

Pasquotank " 

Davie " . 

Bertie « 

Tyrrel " 

Alexander " 

Wayne " 

Robeson " 

Carteret " 

Wayne " 

Warren " 

Cleveland " 

Moore " 

Granville " 

Gates " 

Franklin " 

Onslow " 

Beaufort " 

Lenoir " 

Craven " 

Caswell " 

Forsyth " 

Cumberland " 

Buncombe " 

Columbus " 

W. L. Steele, Principal Secretary to Con 
vention, 

L. C. Edwards, Assistant Secretary to 
Convention, 

James Page, Principal Door-keeper of 
Convention, 

W. R. Lovell, Assistant Door-keeper of 
Convention, 

J. C. Moore, Assistant Door-keeper of 
Convention^ 



131 
127 
146 
152 
172 
144 
12'2 
194 
165 
146 
160 
176 
155 
127 
154 
135 
130 
134 
164 
132 
132 
152 
130 
141 
146 
113 
90 
82 
143 
132 
174 
132 

260 

249 

196 

200 

170 



20 



60- 



2a 



80 



40 

80 
80 



80 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



69 



Year ending Septemher 30iA, 1861, 



1861. 

Jyne. 



Ijosepli Holderby, Engrossing Clerk of 
CouventioD, 

George Davis, Commissioner from N. C, 
to the Peace Convention held in! 
Washington City, in February, 1861, j 

Thos. L. Clingraan, for expenses to and 
from Virginia, on business for the 
State, 

John W. Ellis, Governor of N. C, his 2d 
quarter's salary for 1861, 

Graham Daves, Private Secretary to Gov. 
ElHs, his 2d quarter's salary for 1861, 

!J. M. S. Rogers, Senator from Northamp- 
ton County, 1st extra session of Gen- 
eral Assembly, May, 1861, 

W. W. Peebles, Member of the House 
of Commons from Northampton Coun- 
ty, Ist extra session General Assembly, 
May, 1861, 

Thomas Ruffin, interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

Alice Ruffin, interest on State Registered 
Bonds, 

Thomas Ruffin, interest on Bonds of Fay 
etteville & Western Plankroad Com 

P^oj' ... 

John Kerr, Solicitor ^ro tem.^ for 1 certin- 

cate from 4th Circuit, 

R. R. Heath, Judge Superior Courts, for 

3 certificates from 2d Circuit, [ 
Elias C. Hines, Solicitor, for 5 certificatesj 

from 1st Circuit, 
W. J. Houston, Solicitor, for 7 certificates 

from 2d Circuit, 
R. S. French, Judge Superior Courts, for 

4 certificates from 6th Circuit, 

Wm. Lander. SoHcitor, for 13 certificates 

from 7th Circuit, 
W. M. Barber, Solicitor pro tern.., for 1 

certificate from 6th Circuit, 
Wm. A. Jenkins, Attorney General, for 

tending June Term, 1861, Supreme 



166 

219 60 

105 
750 

75 

56 

61 

90 
30 

90 

20 
265 90 
100 
140 
432:50 
26i» 

2o! 



70 



Document Xo. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Court at Raleigh, in discharge of his 

official duties, 
Robert Strange, Solicitor, for 1 certifi- 
cate from 5th Circuit, 
J. J. Brnner, for printing, &e., Ko. 1, 

vol. 8th Jones' Law, and No. 1, vol. 

6th Jones' Equity Reports, 
J. W. Osborne, Judge Superior Courts, 

for 8 certiticates from 2d Circuit, 
W. H. Battle, Judge Supreme Court, his 

2d quarter's salary for 1861, 
Gr. N. Folk, Solicitor ^ro tem.^ for 1 cer- 
tificate from Tth Circuit, 
Sundry persons, interest on State Coupon 

Bonds of N. C, 
Sundry persons, interest on Coupon 

Bonds of Cape Fear & Deep River 

Navigation Company, due 1st Monday 

in July, 1860, 
A. Myers, Assistant Commissary, for 

Commissary stores purchased by him 

for the State, 
Col. M. S. Stokes, for expenses of recruit 

ing, subsistence, &c., of Ist Regiment 

of Infantry, State Troops, 
Wm. Johnston, Commissary General, for 

the use of that Department, 
Dr. Chas. E. Johnson, Surgeon General, 

for the use of the Medical Department, 
S. H. Young, for goods furnished for 

troops, 
VYarren Winslow, Military Secretary, 

for contingent expenses of Military 

Board, 
T. B. Macon, for goods furnished for 

troops, 
John Johnston, Pay Master, for the use 

of the N. C. Navy, 
L. E. Ileartt, for goods furnished for 

troops, 
L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. & P. M. General, 

for the use of that Department, | 



$ 



100 
20 

787 

658 

625 

20 

6,642 

150 

18,600 

5,250 

50,000 

5,000 

80 

400 
117 

5,000 

22 

50,000 



<£> 



86 



77 



81 



i862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



71 



Tear ending Sejytemher SOth, 1861. 



1861. 
June. 



Warren Winslow, Military Secretary for 
the payment of steamers purchased for 
the State, 

S. Pittraan, for tents furnished for troops, 
;John Boothe, Commissary of Subsistence, 
tor Commissary stores furnished de- 
fences at Hatteras and Ocracoke, 

Col. R. P. Campbell, for expenses of re- 
cruiting, subsistence, &c., of 7th Reg- 
iment of Infantry, State troops, 

Warren Winslow, MiUtary Secretary, bal-i 
ance of $70,000, due for the purchase 
of steamers for the State, ' 

J. R Anderson & Co., for artillery and 
ordnance stores furnished the State, 

L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. & P. M. General, 
for the use of that Department, 

Phifer & Yorke, for mercury furnished 
the State, 

B. C. Cooke, for one month's services in 
Adjutant General Office, (State troops,) 

J. E. Morecock, for bacon furnished 
troops, 

L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. & P. M. General, 
for the use of that Department, 

A. W. Lawrence, 1st Lieutenant Ord- 
nance Department, for the manufac-jl 
ture of caps, accoutrements and imple-ji 
ments, and for other general expenses 
of that Department, 

Dr. Charles E. Johnson, Surgeon Gen- 
eral, for the use of the Medical Depart- 
ment, 

:C. W. D. Hutchins, for repairing military 
accoutrements for the State, 

Wm. Johnston, Commissary General, tor 
the use of that Department, 

L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. <fc P. M. General, 
for the use of that Department, 

;Col. H. M. Shaw, for expenses of recruit- 
ing, subsistence, (fee, of 8th Regiment 
of Infantry, State troops, 



30,000 
200 



20 



5,479 

5,250 

40,000 

6,389 

50,000 

537 

42 

747 

50,000 

40,000 

5,000 

125 

50,000 

25,000 

4,000i 



02 

50 
46 
33 



n 



Document No. 7. 



[SessioK 



Comptroller'* s Report for the Fiscal 



L. "W". Joyner, for services as Clerk to 
Military Committee of Convention, 

Graham Daves, expenses of n^eeting of 
Board of Internal Improvements, June 
ISth, 1861, 

A. M. Waddell, for advertising in Wil 
mington Herald^ Governor's Proclama- 
tion concerning Convention, 

Sundry Sheriffs, for holding and making 
returns of an election for Delegates to a 
Convention of the State in February, 
1861, as follows: 



ri, H. Davidson, 
W. F. Wesson, 
Isaac Arledge, 
J. M. Carson, 
H. B. ISTorman, 
W. T. J. Yann, 
Uufus Galloway, 



Cherokee County, 
Iredell " ' 

Henderson " 
Ashe " 

Tyrrel " 

!New Hanover" 
Brunswick " 



Hezekiah Thomas, for conveying writ of 
election to Danbnry, for a delegate to 
the Convention from Stokes county, in 
place of Hon. John Hill, dec'd, 
J. W. B. Watson, as a member of the 
Senate from Johnston county, 1st ex- 
tra session of General Assembly, May, 
1861, 

W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 
lum, on account of said Asylum, 
George T. Cooke, Postmaster, Raleighj for 
postage stamps furnished the several 
Departments in Capitol, 
The following Sheriffs, for holding and 
making returns of election for Electors 
for President and Vice President of the 
United States, in November, 1860, 
II. B. Norman, Tyrrel County, 
J. M. Carson, Ashe " 

Rufus Galloway,> Brunswick " 
John Spelman, Public Printer, f0r print- 
ing for Executive, State and Comptrol- 
ler's Departments, 



68 
15 

1730 



69 
15 
52 
39 
49 
24 
29 



34 

5,000 

58 



10 

50 
16 
16 
S3 
33 



40 



52 



4916 
3916 
2933 



97 64 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



73 



Year ending Septetnher 3()ih, 1861. 



John Spelman, printing done for State, 
R. H. Page, Secretar}- of State bis 2nd 

quarter's salary for 1861, 
O. H. Perry, State Librarian, his 2ncl 

quarter's salary for 1861, 
Drury King, Superintendent of Capitol, 

his 2nd quarter's salary for 1801, 

D. W. Courts, Public Treasurer, his 2nd 
q\iarter's salary for 1861, 

W. R. Richardson, Chief Clerk to Public! 

Treasurer, his 2nd quarter's salary for 

1S61, 
FI. W. Guion, President of Wilmington 

Charlotte & Rutherford Rail Road 

Company, 250 State Coupon Bonds of 

$1,000 each, dated April 1st, 1861, and 

running 30 years, 
T. B. Yen able, for expenses as messenger 

from this State to Montgomery, Ala., 

E. Yarborough for board of Hon. F. 
J. Moses, Commissioner from South 
Carolina, 

Henry J. Brown, under Resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly, 1st extra session, 1861, 
jHenry J, Brown, for office chairs furnished 

the State, 
For sundry telegraphic dispatches during 

May, 1861, 
J. J. Lavvson, expenses of traveling to 

Raleigh, to convey currency to Public 

Treasurer, 
C. J. Hammarskold, traveling expenses 

to and from Richmond on business of 

State, 
W. A. Caldwell, expenses incurred in 

bring package of money to Public 

Treasurer, 
R. H. Page, for copy of law furnished 

Public Treasurer, 
Wm. Thompson, for black crape furnished 

Members of the Convention, 
iH. Beverly, traveling expenses to Raleigh, 



$ 



37 30 

200 



112 

65 

600 

187 

250,000 
68 

20 

16 

5 

12 

12 

12 

7 

2 

15 



50 



50 



50 
50 
37 

70 

50 

30 



74 



Document No. T. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



in conveying package of money to Pub- 
lic Treasurer, 

S. H. Young, Treasurer IS". C. Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 
under an act of the General Assembly, 
1860-'61, to complete the buildings of 
said Institution, 

W. H. Hamilton, Superintendent Cap! 
tol Square, his 2nd quarter's salary for 
1861, 

Sundry members of the N". C, State Con 
vention, as follows : 

Kenneth Rayner, Hertford County, 



Anderson Mitchell, 
John Berry, 
William Johnston, 
H. C Jones, 
W. H. Thomas, 



Hertford 
Iredell 
Orange " 

Mecklenburg " 
Rowan " 

Jackson " 



R. M. Jones, Sheriff Orange county, for 

holding and making returns of an 

election for Delegates to a Convention 

of the State in February last, 
Rufus H. Page, Secretary of State, for 

copies of Ordinances of Convention 

furnished printer, Military Board and 

Board of Claims, 
Graham Daves, for services as Private 

Secretary to Governor Clark, from 1st 

to 24th July, 1861 
E. Emmons, State Geologist, his 2nd 

quarter's salary for 1861, 
|E Emmons, jr., Ass't State Geologist, his 

2nd quarter's salary for 1861, 
Sundry persons, interest on State Regis 

tered Bonds, 
Sundry persons, interest on Bonds of 

Fayette ville & Western Plank Road 

Company, 
Sundry persons, for interest on Coupon 

Bonds of K C, due July 1st, 1861, 
Sundry persons, for interest on Coupon 

Bonds of Cape Fear & Deep River 



30 



1,200 



75 



145 
151 
6 
113 
143 
153 



54 

19 

625 

375 

2,595 

2,640 
52,659 



40 



33 



15 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



75 



Year ending September 30th, 1861. 



1S61. 
July. 



;;Navigation Company, due July 1st, 
IStJl, ' t 

R. M. Pearson, Chief Justice Supftmej 
Court, his 2d quarter's salary for 1861,1 

M. E. Manly, Judge Supreme Court, hisj 
2d quarter's salar}^ for 1861, j 

E. B. Freeman, Clerk Supreme Court ati 
Raleigh, as follows: 

For his" half year's salary, ending Jane 
30th, 1861, 

For recording 1,628 pages at 30 cents. 

For the purchase of 6 Supreme Court 
Records, 

For the purchase of 1 Minute Docket, 

James Litchford, Marshal to Supreme 
Court, Raleigh, for 27 days' attend- 
ance, June Term, 1861, 

John M. Dick, Judge Superior Courts, 
for 15 certificates from 7th Circuit,' 
Spring, 1861, I 

David Coleman, Solicitor, for 1 certifi-| 
cate from 7th Circuit, Spring, 1861, I 

Col. L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. and P. M.l 
General for the use of that Depart-! 
ment, I 

J. G. Martin, Adjutant General, for' 
payment of Expenses of 1st North | 
Carolina Cavalry Regiment, Col. Robt.; 
Ransom, I 

J. G. Martin, Adjutant General, for the' 
use of that Department, 

Col. L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. and P. M. 
General, for the payment of North- 
Carolina troops, 

O. S. Dewey, N. C. Navy Agent, New- 
bern, N. C, for expenses on account 
of N. C. Navy, 

O. S. Dewey, Navy Agent, for the pur- 

1 chase of anchor and chain, 

T. S. Howard & Co., Newbern, N. C, 
for expenses on account of Coast De- 
fences, 



1,965 
625 
625 



150 

488 



40 



60 
10 



64 



1,245 



20 
50,000 

6,000 
500 

75,000 

2,039 
350 



90 



21,40110 



76 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1851. 
July. 



J. R. Anderson & Co., ^^r "Warren "Wins- 
low, Military Secretary for Ordnance 
and Oi^nance Stores furnished State, 

Col. L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. and P. M. 
General, for the use of that Depart- 
ment, 

John F. Hoke, Adjutant General, his 
salary from February 20th to July 
nth,' 1861, 

Marshal Parks, N. C. Navy A2:ent, for 
expenses on account of W. C. Navy, 

Col. L. O'B. Branch, Q, M. and P. M 
General, for the purchase of horses 
and for other expenses of that Depart 
ment, 

George A. Peck, Agent for Hart & Bai- 
ley, for expenses on account of Coast 
Defences, 

"Warren "Winslow, Military Secretary, for 
the Engineer Department of N. C., 

Col. L. b'^. Branch, Q. M. and P. M. 
Genera], for the purchase of horses 
and lor other expenses of that Depart- 
ment, 

Nash, services as Clerk to Board of 
Claims, 

P. H. Winston, Jr., as Commissioner of 
the Board of Claims, 

A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the pay- 
ment of bounty to troops in and about 
Asheville, 

Thomas E. Roberts, for constructing gun 
carriages for the State, 

Samuel J. Person, Assistant Q. M. and 
P. M. General, for the use of that De 
partment, 

Warren Winslow, Military Secretary, for 
J. R. Anderson & Co., for Ordnance 
supplies furnished the State, 

James J. Litchford, for services as Clerk 
in Adjutant General's office from 23d 
April to 17th July, 1861, 



10,080 

75,000 

700 



10,000 



100,000 



21 



6,468 


36 


5,108 


57 


100,000 




44 




145 




20,000 




6,621 


89 


20,000 




6,337 


48 


116 


45 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



Year ending Septembe?' SOth, 1861. 



Warren Winslow, Military Secretary, for 
Ordnance Department, for the purchase 
of saddles for cavalry, $ 

F. Phillips, as Commissioner of the 
Board of Claims, 
Francis Brooks, as tax refunded, being 
amount overpaid by him to the Sheriff 
of Pitt county in 1853, 
W. L. Pomeroy, for books purchased for 
State Library, by O. II. Perry, State 
Librarian, 
C B. Root, expenses to and from Char- 
lotte on business for Treasury Depart- 
ment, 
Drury King, for hire of hands to renovate 

liails in Capitol, 
M. F. Van ISTortwick, expenses incurred in 
conveying funds to Raleigh for Public 
Treasurer, 
Forest Manufacturing Company, for 200 

reams of paper furnished the State, 
W. A. Caldwell, expenses incurred in 
•conveying funds to Raleigh for PuUic 
Treasurer, 
W. II. Jones, expenses incurred in con- 
veying funds from Salisbury & Greens- 
boro' for Public Treasurer, 
Strother cfe Marcom, under Resolution 
of General Assembly, May Session, 
1861, 
J. M. Williams, expenses incurred in 
conveying funds from Fayetteville to 
Raleigh for Public Treasurer, 
tl. B. Hammond, expenses incurred in 
conveying funds from Wadesboro' to 
Raleigh for Public Treasurer, 
James W. Dick, expenses incurred in 
conveying funds to Raleigh for Public 
Treasurer, 

Graham Daves, Private Secretary to 
Governor Clark, for sealing 135 State 
Bondfl, 



9,350 
174 

45 

169 



46 
2 

19 
1,512 

C 

30 
16 
20 
30 

6 



12 

75 

50 

20 



80 



80 



13! 50 



78 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' 8 lieportfor the Fiscal 



1861. 
July. 



Aug. 



For sundry telegraphic dispatches in 
June, 1861, 

Agent Adams' Express Corap'y, Ealeigh, 
freight on Package, 

John A. Taylor, expenses incurred in 
conveying funds to Raleigh for Public 
Treasurer, 

S. H. Young, Treasurer, N. C. Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 
balance of appropriation of General 
Assembly for completing the buildings 
of said Institution, 

B. A. Berry, Sheriff Burke county, for 
holding and making returns of Congres- 
sional election in said county. 

Sundry Sheriffs for holding and making 
returns of an election for delegates to 
a Convention of N. C. in February last, 
as follows : 

W. T. J. Vann,SheriffKew Hanover Co.. 



|W. W. Long, 
'J. E. Robinson, 
|A. H. Hassell, 
jThos. J. Carr, 
IR. B. Paschal, 
David Loftin, 
jA. J. McBride, 
The following 
Ordinances 



" Yadkin 
" Catawba ' 

" Bertie ' 

" Duplin ' 

" Chatham ' 

" Davidson ' 

" Watauga ' 

persons for publishing 
and Resolutions of State 



Convention, 
John Spelman, State Journal, 
W. W. Holden, JV. C. Standard, 
Syme & Hall, Raleigh Register, 
Syme & Hall, for advertising Governor's 
Proclamation concerning Convention, 
J. A. Engelhard, for services as Private 
Secretary to Gov. Clark, from 24th J uly 
to 7th August, 1861, 
E. Emmons, State Geologist, for expenses' 

on account of Cabinet of Minerals, 
Rev. M. A. Curtis, Assistant State Geolo- 
gist, his 2nd quarter's salary for 1861, 



lSC2-'63.] 



DoCt'ilENT No. T. 



79 



Year ending Septemher 30ih, 1861. 



E. Emmons, State Geologist, expenses in- 
curred in traveling on busmess for the 
State, 

Sundry Members of Gen. Assempl}'^ of N. 
C, 2d extra session, as follows : 

A. J. Taylor, Senate, Nash County, 

B. T. Simmons " Currituck "■ 
Jones Spencer " Hyde " 
J. M. Wheedbee, " Pasquotank " 
Fred. Grist, " Beaufort " 
W. W. Dickson, Com'ns, Caldwell " 



W. H. Check, 

IT. T. Slade, 

iA. B. F. Gaither, 

E. R. Liles, 

A. K. Simonton, 

W. P. Ward, 

'D. W. Whitehurst, 

jChas. Latham, 

iJ. R. Ferguson, 

jTilman Farrow, 

J. F. Poindexter, 

N. Newby, 



Warren 
Rockingham " 
Ired-ell " 

Anson " 

Iredell *' 

Jones " 

Carteret " 
Washington " 
Bertie " 

Hyde " 

Forsyth " 

Perquimans " 



W, R. Lovell, Assistant Doorkeeper of 
Commons, 

J. E. Robinson, Sheriff Catawba Co., for' 
holding and making returns of Gover- 
nor's election in Aug., 1860, 

Sundry persons, interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

Sundry persons, interest on Bonds of Fay- 
etteville & Western Plankroad Com- 
pany. 

Sundry persons, interest on Coupon B'ds 
of N. C, 

Sundry persona, interest on Coupon Bonds 
of Cape Fear & Deep River Navigation 
Co., 

W. A Jenkins, Attorney General, for at- 
tending Supreme Courut at Morgan- 
ton, Aug. Term, 1861, in discharge of 
his official duties, 



$ 



42 50 



84 20 

80 

91 

93| 

64:80 

59| 

■52j20 

49 

8240 

91 

55 

75 60 

89 
100 
105 

92 

8240 
104 



78 



15 



1,119 



1,800 
34,704 



2,490 



100 



16 



80 



Document Ko. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' 8 Eeportfor the Fiscal 



1861. 
Auff. 



B. A. Beny, Marshal to Supreme Court 
at Morganton, for 6 days' attendance at 
said Court, Aug. Term, 1861, 

W. J. Houston, Solicitor, for 1 certificate 
from 2d Circuit, Spring, 1861, 

B. S. Gaitlier, Solicitor pro tem.^ for 3 
Certificates from Ttli Circuit, Spring, 
1861, 

G. W. Logan, Solicitor pro iem.^ for 1 
Certificate from 7tli Circuit, Spring, 
1861, 

John R. Dodge, Clerk to Supreme Court 
Morganton, as follows : 

For recording 1'083 pages, at 30 cts. per 
page, 

His 1st half year's salary for 1861, and 
for stationary, 

Wm. Johnson, Commissary Gen'l, for the 
use of that department, 

S. J. Person, Assistant Q. M. & P. M. 
General, for the use ot tliat Depart- 
ment, 

Warren Winslow, Military Secretary, for 
Ordnance department, 

Col. L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. & P. M. 
General, for the use of that Depart- 
ment, 

Chas. Dewey, Cashier, for payment of la- 
bor on Coast Defences of N. C. per or 
der of O. S. Dewey, Navy Agent, 

Colonel L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. & P. M 
General, for the use ot that Depart 
ment, 

F. Nash, for services as Clerk to Board of 
Claims, 

Lieut. A. W. Lawrence, for the use of 
Ordnance Department, 

C. Dewey, Cashier, for expenses on ac- 
count of Coast Defences, per order of 
Marshall Parks, N. C. Navy Agent, 

Colonel L. O'B. Branch, Q. M. & P. M. 
Gen'l, for the use of that Department, 



; 12 

20 

60 
20 

324 

151 

30,000 

20,000 
600 

100,000 

3,863 

75,000 

72 

30,000 

8,000 
30,000l 



90 



84 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



81 



Year ending Septerriber 30th, 1861. 



P. H. Winston, jr., as Commissioner of 
the Board ef Claims, 

Warren Winslow, Military Sec'y, for ex- 
penses on account of Coast Defences, 

O. S. Dewey, Navy Agent, for payment 
of laborers at Fort Macon, 

S. F. Phillips, as Commissioner of the 
Board of Claims, 

S. J. Person, Assistant Q. M. & P. M 
General for the use of that Depart 
ment, 

E. Cantwell, for payment of expenses 
while in the service of the State, 

C. Dewey, Cashier, per order of J. R 
Anderson & Co., for Military stores 
furnished the State, 

Capt. A. W. Lawrence, Chief of Ord- 
nance Department, for arming and 
equipping 1st Regiment of N. C. Cav- 
alry, commanded by Col. Robert Ran-j 
som, I 

Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of 
election of Electors for President and 
Vice President of the United States, in 
November, 1060, as follows : 

W. W. Long, Sheriff Yadkin County, 



J. E. Robinson, 
A. H. Hajsell, 
R. B. Paschal, 
Thos. J. Carr, 
J. W. Steed, 
A. J. McBride, 



Catawba 

Bertie 

Chatham 

Duplin 

Randolph 

Watauga 



Johu Spelman, printing for Comptroller's! 
Departnjent, 

John Spelman, printing for Treasury 
Department, 

John Spelman, printing for Executive 
Department and Board of Claims, 

John Spelman, printing for State Depart- 
ment, 

John Spelman, printing for State Conven 

1 tion, 
Doc. No. 7.] 6 



155 
13,594 



1,225 



69 



144 

50,000 
30 

6,259 
25,000 



83 



25 
31 
47 
11 
15 
22 



83 
66 
5(1 
66 
80 
50 
41 82 

18' 

li 

82 5U 

3 

4 50 



82 



Document No* 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 
Aug. 



iSundry Sheriffs, for settling State taxes in 

August, 1861, as follows : 
W. W. Long, Sheriff Yadkin County, 
J. A. Long, " Richmond " 

J. E. Robinson, " Catawba " 

A. H. Hassell, " Bertie " 
Thos. J. Carr, '' Duplin 

Elias Carr, " Greene " 

R.B. Paschal, " Chatham. " 

J. W. Steed, " Randolph " 

K. J. McBride, " Watauga " 

W. A. Thompson, " Wayne " 

C. Austin, " Union " 

David Loftin, " Davidson " 

M. Spainhour,Tax Col. Burke " 

L. H. Lowrance, She'ff Lincoln " 

J. B. Lee, " Currituck " 

R. V. Blackstock, Tax Collector Bun- 
combe county, 
W. B. Carter, for 3 State Registered 

Bonds, 
Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns ofi 
Senatorial elections in August, 1861, as 
follows : 
J. E. Robinson, Sheriff Catawba County, 

B. A. Berry, " * Burke " " 
Isaac Arledge, " Henderson " 
Drury King, for payment of servant's 

hire. May, June and July, 1861, 
Williams & Haywood, for ice furnished 

State Convention, 
John C. Palmer, under resolution of 

General Assembly, 1st extra session, 

1861, 
S. Jewetf, expenses incurred in convey- 
I ing cash to Raleigh for Public Treas- 
|urer, 

[T. W. Graves, do. do. do. 

:M. P. Pegram, '• " 

J. A. Guion, '• " " 

Thomas Settle, jr., under Resolution of 
i General Assembly, j 



21 
15 

26 
39 
13 
13 
10 
19 
34 
9 
29 
19 
31 
31 
35 

41 

2,500 



16 

82 
32 

Q^ 
92 
32 

44 

66 

66 



Q(i 



5 

2I5O 
06 



6 
45 
26 

10 



13 
13 
27 
11 

30! 



31 



20 



18e2-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



83 



Year ending Septemher SOthj 1861. 



W. E. "Richardson, expenses incurred in 
traveling to and from Ricbmond, Va., 
on business for the State, 
McGee & Williams, balance of account 

against the State, 
M. Stevenson, expenses incurred in con- 
i veying cash to Raleigh for Public 
i Treasurer, 

jJ. W. Harrison, for articles furnished the 
I State, 

ill. Adams, expenses incurred in convey- 
: ing cash to Raleigh for Public Treas- 
j nrer, 

JFor 1 telegraphic dispatch to Wilming- 
ton and answer to same for Public 
Treasurer, 
Cyrus P. Mendenhall, President Far- 
mers' Bank of N. C, tax refunded said 
Bank, under Resolution of General As- 
sembly, 

iSundry Sherifts, for holding and making 
returns of an election for delegates to 
a Convention of N. C, in February 
last, as follows : 
;J. L. Bundy, Sherijff Cabarrus County, 
|W. H. Cullora, " Johnston 'v 

James Lusk, " Gaston " 

Isaac R. Hunter, " Gates " 

W. A. Walton, " Powan « 

W. J. Murray, " Alamance " 

VV. E. Mann, " Pasquotank " 

W. A. Thompson " Wayne " 

W. W. Grier, " Mecklenburg 

F. D. Foxhall, " Edgecombe 
Josiah Hodges, " Pitt 
;W. A. Meroney, " Davie 
n. B. Deaver, tax Col., Madison 

G. B. Threadgill, Sh'fl' Anson 
J. L. Ward, " Polk 
R. P. Melvin, '* Bladen 
|Martia Walker, " Rutherford 
iW. T. Crawford, " Martin 



27 
12 

20 
6 

9 

1 



50 



84 



1,489 



27 



50 



27 

6 

34 

32 

24 



oO 
82 
83 
.50 
l(\ 
12183 
40 9::; 



10 
30 
16 
26 
29 
64 
35 
46 
17 
47 
20 



83 

6(; 

17 
16 

83 

e>*\ 

58 
50 
50 



34 



Document No. 7. 



[Sessioi: 



Treasurer's liejpori for the two tisca- 



J.R.Grady, Sheriff Harnett Coiint;y, 



Wm. Haymore, 
J. C. Smith, 
J. C. Griffith, 
Hill'd Gibbs, 
N. W. Cooper, 
G. M. Green, 
W. H. Smith, 
Walker Smith, 
E. D. Davis, 
K. H. Worthy, 
W. A. Philpott, 
P. F. White, 
W. D. Humphrey, 
W. B. Campbell, 
John A. Gates, 
G. Durden, 
E. J. Barco 
William Fields, 
W. W. Proffitt, 
Hector McNeill, 
A. C. Latham, 
J. R. White, 
feaac A. Reel, 
Jos. Marshall, 
Reuben King, 
W. H. High, 
J. H. Nethercutt, 
R. M. Smith, 
James S. Snow, 
A. H. Sanders, 
C. A. Boon, 
E. A. Gupton, 
S. A. Warren, 
Jesse Bledsoe, 
C. Austin, 
George Dill, 



Surry 

Alexander 

Caswell 

Hyde 

Nash 

Cleaveland 

Person 

Rockingham 

Jackson 

Moore 

Granville 

Chowan 

Onslow 

Beaufort 

Sampson 

Washington 

Camden 

Lenoir 

Yancey 

Cumberland 

Craven 

Perquimans 

McDowell 

Stanly 

Robeson 

Wake 

Jones 

Wilkes 

Halifax 

Montgomery 

Guilford 

Franklin 

Northampton 

Alleghany 

Union 

Carteret 



Pulaski Cowper, for service as Private 
Secretary to Gov. Clark, from ITth 
August to 30th September, 1861, 

T. W^ Atkin, for Advertising in Ashe- 
ville JVeivs, Governor's Proclamation 



l862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



85 



Tear ending September 30th, 1861. 



1861. 
Sept. 


offering a reward for Tweed, a fugitive 








from justice, 


S 10 


50 




Members of the General Assembly of 








North Carolina, 2nd Extra Session, 








August and September, 1861, as fol 








lows : 








Peter Adams, Senate, Guilford County, 


136 






M. F. Arendell, ' 


' Carteret " 


148 






A. W. Burton, ' 


' Cleveland " 


120 


20 




Bedford Brown, ' 


' Caswell '• 


137 






M. A. Bludsoe, ' 


' Wake " 


120 






Y. C. Barringer, ' 


' Cabarrus " 


150 






E. J. Blount, 


' Pitt " 


130 






G. W. Candler, ' 


' Buncombe " 


180 






W. S. Copeland, ' 
J. G. Dickson, ' 


' . Northampton " 
' Duplin " 


81 
134 


80 
20 




Jos. Dobson, ' 


' Yadkin 


135 






Alfred Dockerv, ' 


' Richmond " 


140 






W. D. Dowd, " ' 


' Moore " 


132 






M. L, Eure, ' 


' Gates " 


153 






T. I. Faison, ' 


' Sampson " 


138 


40 




B. S. Gaither, ' 


' Burke " 


156 






E. W. Hall, 


' New Hanover " 


126 






Fred. Grist, ' 


' Beaufort " 


48 






W. Harris, 


' Franklin " 


129 


20 




W. G. Harriss, ' 


' Chatham " 


118 






L. "W". Humphrey, ' 


' Onslow " 


146 






W. K. Lane, ' 


' Wayne " 


121 






David Outlaw, ' 


' Bertie " 


173 


60 




T. J. Pitchford, ' 


' Warren " 


134 


40 




J. G. Ramsay, ' 


' Rowan " 


150 






Duncan Shaw, ' 


' Cumberland " 


130 


30 




B. T. Simmons, ' 


' Currituck " 


42 






F. L. Simpson, ' 


' Rockingham " 


136 






J. P. Speight, ' 


' Greene " 


85 






N. H. Street, ' 


' Craven " 


131 






Jasper Stowe, ' 


' Lincoln " 


118 


2(» 




L. Q. Sharpe, ' 


' Iredell " 


86 






J. B. Slaughter, ' 


' Hertford " 


153 


8«> 




Jones Spencer, ' 


' Hyde " 


35 


40 




J. R. Stubbs, 


' Martin " 


121 






C. H. K. Taylor, ' 


' Granville " 


132 





86 



Document No. 7. 



[Sessioi 



Comptroller's Report fm' the Fucai 



861. 
ept. 


J, D. Taylor, Senate 


Brunswick County 


% 142 






W. H. Thomas, 




Jackson 




186 






Josiah Turner, 




Orange 




118 


6'> 




John Walker, 




Mecklenburg 




104 


m 




J.' A. Waugh, 




Forsyth 




143 


5«^ 




M. C. Whitaker, 




Halifax 




132 






C. S. Winstead, 




Person 




124 






S. H. Walknp, 




Union 




163 






Jonathan Wortli, 




Randolph 




189 






J. W. B. Watson, 




Johnston 




124 


4(' 




W. T. Dortch, 


Speaker of Commons, 








Wayne County 


) 






132 






B.G.Albritton Cora'n8,Pitt County, 


146 






F. E. Alfred, 


u 


Craven 


u 


142 


7r» 




G. W. Autry, 


C( 


Sampson 


u 


91 


4(> 




E.G.L. Barringer 


(( 


Montgomery 


4( 


144 


9(> 




Philip Barrow, 


i( 


Forsyth 


(( 


129 


80 




J. B. Batchelor, 


(( 


Warren 


u 


118 






B. M. Baxter, 


u 


Currituck 


u 


164 


8<> 




J. G. Blue, 


<( 


Richmond 


(( 


134 






John Boothe, 


(( 


Gates 


a 


162 






J. W. Bowman, 


u 


Yancey 


a 


184 


5(> 




J. G. Branch, 


u 


Duplin 


c( 


136 






R. R. Bridgers, 


(( 


Edgecombe 


t( 


142 






J. M. Bullock, 


u 


Granville 


u 


127 






C. H. Burgin, 


u 


McDowell 


u 


156 






Turner Bynum, 


u 


Chatham 


(( 


126 






S. H. Cannady, 


u 


Granville 


(( 


118 


41 > 




J. M. Carson, 


u 


Alexander 


(C 


163 


30 


' 


C. C. Clark, 


.( 


Craven 


(( 


138 


60 




E. B. Clark, 


a 


Davidson 


(( 


141 






Jonas Cline, 


C( 


Catawba 


(( 


146 






A. C. Cowles, 


u 


Yadkin 


IC 


156 


40 




M. K. Crawford, 


u 


Wayne 


(( 


130 






C. T. Davis,. 


a 


Bladen 


u 


159 


40 




A. H. Davis, 


(( 


Halifax 


u 


124 






S. W. Davis, 


(( 


Mecklenburg 


a 


145 






R. S. Donnell, 


(( 


Beaufort 


(( 


152 






J. L. Ewell, 


u 


Martin 


u 


142 






J.A.Fagg, 


<( 


Madison 


u 


220 






N. C. Faisop, 


u 


Sampson 


u 


137 






Thos. Farthing, 


(( 


Watauga, 


(( 


171 


or 

o> > 



lStJ2-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



8r 



Year ending September SOth, 1861. 



661. 
ept. 


D.D. Ferebee, Corn's 


, Camden County, 


$ 162 






Alleu Fisher, " 


Jackson 


ii 


225 


10 




N. N. Fleming, " 


Rowan 


(( 


162 


40 




J. H. Fonst, « 


Randolph 


u 


138 






J. H. Foy, 


Onslow 


u 


14T 






A. B. F. Gaitber, " 


Iredell 


n 


ee 






Rawley Galloway, " 


Rockingham 


li 


145 






J. M. Gentry, " 


Ashe 


(( 


166 






J. L. G(n-rell, 


Guilford 


" 


136 






R. N. Green, 


Chatham 


" 


107 






Lafavette Green, " 


Stanly 


(( 


169 






H. B. Guthrie, 


Orange 


(C 


127 


60 




N. F. Hall, 


Rowan 


u 


150 






Lewis Hanes, " 


Davidson 


(( 


138 






J, S. Harrington, " 


Harnett 


u 


128 


50 




W. S. Harris, " 


Cabarrus 


u 


149 






G. W. Hayes, " 


Cherokee 


(( 


227 






P. T. Henry, 


Bertie 


u 


156 


60 




S. P. Hill, 


Caswell 


" 


138 






H. B. Howard, '• 


Davie 


u 


147 






Pbineas Horton, " 


Wilkes 


u 


161 


2»> 




W. H. P. Jenkins, " 


Granville 


<( 


130 






J. P. Jordan, " 


Henderson 


(( 


180 






T. L Judldns, " 


Warren 


u 


87 


9') 




H.P. Kallum, 


Stokes 


(( 


90 






Alex. Kelly, " 


Moore 


(( 


133 


2u 




C. Q. Lemmonds, " 


Union 


u 


89 






J. R. Logan, 


Cleveland 


u 


165 






S. L. Love, " 


Haywood 


u 


186 






V. A. McBee, " 


Lincoln 


u 


146 


20 




Chas. McCleese, " 


Tyrrel 


(( 


170 


80 




Alex, McMillan, " 


Robeson 


a 


105 


80 




A. H. Martin, " 


Wilkes 


a 


107 


20 




T. D. Meares, " 


Brunswick 


u 


149 






Giles Mebane, " 


Alamance 


(( 


120 


20 




C. P. Mendenhall, " 


Guilford 


u 


94 






A. S. Merrimon, " 


Buncombe 


u 


175 






Jas. Mitchiner, " 


Johnston 


u 


119 






Nathan Newby, " 


Perquimans 


u 


66 






B. H. Padgett, " 


Polk 


u 


204 






W. N. Patterson, " 


Orange 


ii 


126 


80 




J. H. Pearson, " 


Burke 


a 


163 


60 



88 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's R&poH for the I'iscol 



1861. 
Sept. 


W.W.Peebles, Coin's 


, Northampton 


Co., 


$ 142 






Churchill Perkins, '* 


Pitt 




142 






J. F. Poindexter, " 


Forsyth 




60 






L. L. Polk, 


Anson 




112 


40 




W. B. Pope, " 


Halifax 




79 






J. M. Potts, " 


Mecklenburg 




157 


80 




S. H. Rogers, " 


Wake 




54 






J. P. H. Russ, " 


Do 




112 






Daniel Shaw, " 


New Hanover " 


135 






C. E. Shober, " 


Guilford 




127 






R. H. Small, 


Chowan 




163 






A. D. Speight, " 


Greene 




138 






J. D. Stanford, « 


Duplin 




126 






John Tapscott, " 


Alamance 




119 






W. P. Taylor, " 


Chatham 




79 






A. G. Waters, " 


Cleveland 




114 






W. H. Watson, " 


Johnston 




126 


60 




H. M. Wangh, " 


Surry 




152 






J. H. White, 


Gaston 




167 






D.W.Whitehurst, " 


Carteret 




63 






J. D. Wilkerson, " 


Person 




134 






J. C. Williams, " 


Cumberland 




125 


60 




H. G. Williams, " 


Nash 




133 


40 




J. T. WilHams, " 


Pasquotank 




164 






N. L. Wilhamson, " 


Columbus 




144 


60 




T, L. Winslow, " 


Randolph 




131 






Eli Wishart, " 


Robeson 




151 






E. K. Withers, « 


Caswell 




13S 






J. S. Woodard, " 


Edgecombe 




122 


40 




H. G. Woodfin, " 


Macon 




248 


20 




J. C. Wooten, " 


Lenoir 




138 






C. G. Wright, " 


Cumberland 




132 






J. J. Yeates, " 


Hertford 




108 


80 




Henry Mordecai, " 


Wake 




156 






J. W. Alspaugh, Principal Clerk of the 








Senate, 






337 






J. A. Engelhard, Assistant Clerk of the 








Senate, 






268 






J. H. Moore, Principal Clerk of the Honse 








of Commons, 






343 


40 




W. M. Hardy, Ass't Clerk of the House 








of Commons, 






144 


50 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



89 



Year ending Septemher 30<A, 1861. 



1861. 








Sept. 


R. H. "Whi taker, Temporary Assistant 








Clerk of the House of Commons, 


$ 150 






James Page, Principal Doorkeeper of the 








Senate, 


208 






C. C. Tally, Assistant Doorkeeper of the 








Senate, 


191 


50 




W. S. Webster, Principal Doorkeeper 








of the House of Commons, 


130 






W. R. Lovell, Assistant Doorkeeper of 








the House of Commons, 


81 






M. H. Pinnix, Engrossing Clerk, 


184 






Edward Vail, 


178 






Sundry temporary Engrossing Clerks, as 

follows : 
L. S. Perry, 








20 






0. H. Perry, 


20 






D. W. Bain, 


20 






T. H. Hill, 


12 






D. B. Allen, 


4 






John H. Bryan, jr., 


4 






P. F. Pescud, 


4 






"W. T. Gates, 


80 






B. W. Starke, 


4 






Sundry persons, for interest on Coupon 








Bonds of Xorth Carolina, 


11,748 






E. Smallwood, interest on State Regis- 








tered Bonds, 


90 






J. W. Opborne, Judge Superior Courts, 








for 2 certificates from 3d Circuit, Fall, 








1861,^ 


195 






John Kerr, Solicitor pro tem^ for 3 








certificatoe from 4tn Circuit, Fall, 








1861, 


60 






Wm, Lander, Solicitor, for 4 certificates 








from 6th Circuit, Fall, 1861, 


80 






John Kerr, Solicitor pro tem^ for 1 cer- 








tificate from 4th Circuit, Spring 1861, 


20 






John L. Bailey, Judge Superior Courts, 








for 2 certificates from 4th Circuit, Fall, 








1861, 


162 


5(t 




E. W. Jones, Solicitorjr/'t? tem^ for 2 cer- 
tificates from 1st Circuit, Fall, 1861 








40 





90 



Document No. 7. 



[Sessiwi 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



H. C. Jones, Reporter to Supreme Court, 

his last half year's salary for 1861, 
B. F. Moore, as Commissioner of the 

Board of Claims, 
Warren Winslow, Military Secretary, for 

payment of officers and crew of steamer 

Winslow, 
W. H. Ramsay, as Messenger to Board 

of Claims, from the 31st July to the 31st 

August, 1861, 
F. Nash, Clerk to Board of Claims, from 

31st July to 31st August, 1861, 
Warren Winslow, Military Secretary, for 

payment of officers and crew of steamer 

Winslow, 

S. J. Person, Acting Q. M. & P. M. Gen- 
eral, for the use of that Department, 
A. M. Lewis, Paymaster, for the use of 

that Department, 
A. M. Lewis, Paymaster, for the payment 

of 1st Regiment N. C. Volunteers at 

Yorktowu, Ya., 
Jos. Lusk, Sheriff Gaston County, expen 

ses incurred in collecting arms belong 

ing to the State, 
S. F. Phillips, as Commissioner of the 

Board of Claims, 
Captain A. W. Lawrence, Chief of Ord- 
nance Department, for the purchase of 

Arms, Accoutrements and Ordnance 

Stores, 
P. H. Winston, jr., as Commissioner of 

the Board of Claims, 
John Devereux, Cap. Commissary and 

Subsistence Department, for the use of 

said Department, 
Josiah Hodges, Sheriff Pitt County, ex 

pensos incurred in collecting and for 

warding Arms owned by the State, 
Samuel J. Person, Acting Q. M. & P 

M. General, for the use of that Depart 

mej-it. 



300 
396 



911 

12 

80! 

704 
50,000 
10,000 

20,'000 

13 

m 

30,'000 
50 

20,000 

8 

50,000 



9S 

80 

5M 



1862-'68.] 



Document No. 7. 



Year ending September ZOth^ 1861. 



John G. Williams & Co., per order of 
Wharton J. Green, Col. Independent 
N. C. Regiment, 

J. G. Aiartiii, Adjutant and Acting Com- 
missary General, tor the use of the 
Subsistence Depai'tment, 

Sam'l J. Person, Acting Q. M. and P. M 
General, for the use of that Depart 
ment, 

Waterhouse & Bowes, for purchase of 
Steam Engine and Boiler for Powder 
Mill, 

O. S. Dewey, for expenses on account of 
Coast Defences, 

T. W. AtJjin, for advertising for Ord- 
nance Department, in Asheville News, 

T. S, Howard & Co., expenses of labor 
on fortifications and repairs to steam- 
ers Albemarle and Post Boy, 

Benjamin Ellis, for lumber furnished for 
the construction of Forts on Coast and 
freight on same, 

John P. Cunningham, under resolution 
of General Assembly, in favor of claims 

, allowed by the Board of Claims, 

S. G. Worth, under resolution of General 
Assembly, in favor of claims allowed 
by Board of Claims, 

The following additional persons, under 
resolution of General Assembly, in fa- 
vor of claims allowed by Board of 

I Claims: 

Thomas Williams 

[J. F. Foard, 

Peter Mallett, 

IW. H. A: Pt. S. Tucker, 

iB, T. Simmons, 

jJacob Parker, 

jEmmet Cuthbert, 

,Captain George W. Hayes, 

O. S. Dewey, Navy Agent, for payment of 
Captain and Crew of Steamer Post Boy, 



15,000 

30,000 

100,000 

500 
4,011 4L' 

2 .5(.) 

5,410 7: 

1 

5,400.0^^ 



76 
1,066 

1,098 



71 



6i 



84 



179 o^A 



147 

1,036 
ICO 

1,527 
565 
661 



60 

8;» 

4s 

91 > 
62 



1,156163 



92 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Wharton J. Green, Col. Independent 
North-Carolina Regiment, on account 
of appropriation for said Regiment, 

Marshall Parks, North-Carolina Navy 
Agent, for expenses on account of 
Coast Defences, 

John Boothe, under resolution of General 
Assembly, in favor of claims allowed 
by Board of Claims, 

Syme & Hall, advertising for Board of 
Claims, 

J. A, Park, Deputy Sheriff Davidson 
County, expenses incurred in collecting 
Arms belonging to the State, 

Sundry persons, under resolution of 
General Assembly, in favor of claims 
allowed by Board of Claims, as fol 
lows: 

L. E. Heartt, 

H. L. Evans, 

J. W. Alston, 

N. M. Long, 

R, W. Edmundson, 

G. F. Whitfield, 

R. C. Duvall, 54 days extra service, as 
Paymaster on Steamer Beaufort, under 
resolution of General Assembly, 

M. A. Bledsoe, Assistant Quartermaster, 
for the use of that Department, 

J. R. Anderson & Co., for sundry arti 
cles for Coast Defences of N. C, 

Wharton J. Green, Col. Independent N 
C. Regiment, on account of appropria 
tion for said Regiment, 

Sundry persons, under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly, in favor of claims al- 
lowed by Board of Claims, as follows : 

C. C. Henderson, 

C. J. Morriss, 

J. H. Hyman, 

J. H. Daniel, 

Jesse Lawrence, 



17,000 

6,425 

640 
3 



33 

22- 

25 



37 


11^ 


820 




51 




160 




99 


6^> 


116 


05 


313 


48 


10,000 




5,524 


96 



10,000 



14 
114 

1,068 

199 

50 



31^ 
95 
63 



lS62-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



93 



Year ending September SOih, 1861. 






1861. 
Sept. 


Sarah Lawrence, 


$ 97 


42 




G. W. Stanton, 


150 






D. Pender & Co., 


725 


02 




Norfleet & Co., 


266 


93 




J. M. Spraggins, 


51 


74 




D. Pender & Co., 


12 


44 




Hyman, Dancy & Co., 


109 


25 




Walker Mears, 


378 


36 




C. H. Barnum, 


2,000 






R. S. McLean, 


375 






J. T. H. Murphy, 


226 






E. C. Bartlett, 


197 


20 




W. H. Dodd, 


97 






Briggs & Dodd, 


1,134 


25 




J. B, Slaughter, 


66 






E. P. Jones, 


44 






J. B. Whitaker, 


353 


80 




James McKimmon, 


213 


74 




Baker & Parsley, 


3,240 


99 




W. W. McDowell, 


3,249 


IS 




J. M. Towles, Agent, 


17 


25 




A. Fraps, 


41 






J. B. Gordon, 


723 


69 




A. W. Burton, 


879 


82 




J. R. Harrison, 


82 


50 




C. W. D. Hutchings, 


379 


50 




Thomas Webb, 


351 


36 




P. H. McDade, 


261 


52 




Lowenburg & Bro., 


1,283 


45 




M. Grausman, 


338 


80 




Syme & Hall, advertising for Board of 








Claims, 


9 


50 




H. J. Brown, under resolution of General 








Assembly, 2d Extra Session, 1861, 


3 


50 




S* F. Phillips, under resolution of General 








Assembly, 2d Extra Session, in favor 


1 






of H. C. Stroud, 


105 






A. M. Lewis, Paymaster, for the use of 








the Quartermaster General's Depart- 








ment, 


25,000 






Capt. Jno. Devereux, lor the use of the 
Department of Subsistence, 








1 30,000 





94 



Document Mo. 7. 



[Sessfon 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 
Sept. 



Dr. J no. Yancey, traveling expenses while 

in the service of the State, 
G. M Green, Sheriff, Cleaveland county, 

expenses incurred in collecting Arm 

belonging to the State, 

F. Nash, Clerk to Board of Claims from 
1st to i\5th September, 1861, 

J- B. Hare, Sheriff, Hertford County, 

[ expenses incurred in collecting Arms 

I belonging to the State, 

C. C. Blacknall, under resolution of Gen 
eral Assembly, in favor of Claims 
allowed b}- Board of Claims, 

H. G. Spruill, for payment of laborers 
employed in the construction of works 
of defence at Oregon, N. C, 

Capt. A. W. Lawrence, Chief of Ordnance, 
for the purchase of Ordnance, Ordnance 
Stores and Supplies, 

Waterhouse & Bowes, traveling ex- 
penses while in the se-rvice of the 
State, and for the payment of articles 
purchased by them for the use of the 
State, 

G. H. Macon, under resolution of General 
Assembly, in favor of Claims allowed 
by Board of Claims, 

W. H. Ramsay, for services as Messenger 
to Board of Claims from 1st to 28th 
September, 1861, j 

Sundry persons, under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly, in favor of Claims al- 
lowed by Board of Claims, as follows : 

P. F. Pescud, 

W. D. Hackney, 

W. W. Holden, 

Brown, Tate 6c Co., 

James M. Gentry, 

T. W. Atkin, Advertising for Adjutau-tj 
General in Asheville JVevj.s, j 

Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns ofj 
the election of Electors for President! 



65 

21 
100 

20 



70 



81 



1,0001 



1,075 
20,000 

1,428 

3,378 

11 



40 
30 
20 



66 73 

1820 
20 



88 
449 



60 
13 



1 <62-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



95 



Year ending Septemher 30M, 1861. 



1861. 






1 






Sept. 


and Yice President of the United 
States, in November, 18G0, as follows : 








W. F. Wasson, Sh'ff Iredell Countyj 


S 28 


33 




J. L. Bandy, 


" Cabarrus 


(( 


27 


50 




W. H. Cullom, 


" Johnston 


u 


6 


82 




Joseph Liisk, 


" Gaston 


u 


34 


83 




Josiah Hodges, 


" Pitt 


(( 


26 


17 




W. J. Murray, 


" Alamance 


<• 


12 


83 




W. E. Mann, 


" Pasquotank 


u 


40 


98 




W. A. Thompson, 


" Wayne 


(( 


10 


83 


\ 


W. W. Grier, 


" Mecklenburg 


a 


30 


83 




W. A. Meroney 


" Davie 


a 


29 


16 




H. B. Deaver, Tax Col. Madison 


(; 


54 


83 


1 


W. T. Crawford, Sh'tf Martin 


« 


26 


50 


\ 


G. B. Threadgill, 


" Anson 


(( 


35 






J. L. Ward, 


" Polk 


(( 


46 


66 




R. P. Melvin 


" Bladen 


u 


17 


58 




Martin Walker, 


" Rutherford 


u 


47 


50 


' 


J. R. Grady, 


" Harnett 


u 


7 


50 




iWm. Haymore, 


" Surry 


u 


27 


50 


1 


JJ. C. Smith, 


" Alexander 


(( 


32 


16 




jJ. C. Griffith, 


" Caswell 


u 


14 


16 




Hill'd Gibbs, 


" Hyde 


(C 


22 


50 




N. W. Cooper, 


" Nash 


(( 


20 






W. H. Smith, 


" Person 


(( 


12 


83 


k 


E. A. Gup I on. 


" Franklin 


(( 


10 


83 




[S. A. Warren, 


" Northampton 


u 


22 


50 




Walker Smith, 


" Rockingham 


(( 


21 






W. A. Philpott, 


'' Granville, 


(( 


12 




' 


P. F. White, 


" Chowan 


u 


43 


16 




W. D, Humphrey 


" Ouslow 


u 


20 


83 




!W. B. Campbell, 


" Beaufort 


u 


32 


50 




ij. A. Gates, 


" Sampson 


u 


18 


17 




JGoodman Durden 


" AVashington 


u 


52 


50 




iRufus Galloway, 


" ]^runswick 


(( 


29 


83 




Hector McNeill 


" Cumberland 


u 


12 


50 




William Fields 


" Lenoir 


u 


15 


83 


• 


:W. W. ProfKtt, 


" Yancey 


(( 


47 


50 




(A. C. Latham 


" Craven 


(( 


23 


33 




Reuben King, 


" Robeson 


(( 


17 


74 




W. H. High, 


" Wake 


u 


2 


50 




J. H. Nethercutt, 


'' Jones 


i( 


18 


83 



y.6 



Document No. 7^ 



[Session 



Comptroller'a Report for tJie Fiscaf 



R. M. Smith, Sheriff Wilkes County, 
Jesse Bledsoe, " Alleghany " 

George Dill, " Carteret " 

F. I. Wilson, for examining accounts of 
John Spelman, State Printer, and 
Syme & Hall, Convention Printers, 

John Spelman, printing done for General 
Assembly, 1860-'61, and first Extra 
Session, 1861, 

Syme & Hall, printing done for General 
Assembly, 2d Extra Session, 1861, 

Martha Spears, a pension allowed her 
for the year commencing September 
1st, 1861", 

Wm. P. Stanback, per Alfred Dockery, 
as double tax refunded, 

George T. Cooke, Postmaster, Raleigh, 
postage accounts of the several De- 
partments in Capitol, 

D. G. McRae, his salary for 1861, as 
keeper of the public arms at Fayette- 
ville, N. C, ^ 

Charles G. Mitchell, amount of tax re 
funded him under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly, 2d Extra Session, 1861, 
the same being overpaid to the Sheriff 
of Person County in 1859, 

G. W. Grumpier, former Sheriff Samp- 
son Couoty, on account of insolvent 
polls allowed him, 

Benjamin Justice, being amount of tax 
refunded under resolution of General 
Assembly, 2d Extra Session, 1861, 

J. W. Bowman, being amount of tax 
refunded Charles Byrd, late Sheriff of 
Yancey County, under resolution of 
General Assembly, 2d Extra Session, 
1861, • 

Sheriffs, for settling State Taxes for 1860, 
payable in 1861, as follows : 

J. L. Bundy, Sheriff Cabarrus County 

W. H. Callom, " Johnston " 



32 
35 

27 



50 
IT 



12 

4,3Gf) 
69 

100 
15 

42 

60 

30 



51 
IT 



OD 



OS 



4j8H>- 
4 



47 



23 

6S.. 



65 



i862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



9T 



year ending Septemler 30th, 1861. 



Sheriff 



Josepli Lusk, 
W. F. Wasson, 
W. Plem<)ns, Tax Col. 
Jg9. Hodges, Sheriff 
Mathias Masten, " 
J. A. Reel, « 

I. R. Hunter, " 

W. A. Walton, « 

J.D. Markham, TaxCol. 
W.J. Murray, Sheriff, 
W. E. Mann, 
W. A. Thompson, " 
PI. H. Davidson, " 
W. W. Grier, « 

R. G. Tiittle, " 

F. D. Foxhall, " 

W. A. Meroney, " 

H.B.Deaver, TaxCol. 
WT.Crawford, Sheriff, 
S.M.Fletcher, TaxCol. 
G.B. Threadgill, Sheriff 
J. L. Ward, 
J. G. Crawford, ^' 



R. P. Melvin, « 

Martin Walker, " 

J. R Grady, ' " 

Nathaniel Moody, " 

Wm. Haj'^more, " 

J. C. Smith, " 

J. T. Barnes, " 

J. C. Griffith, '' 

Hill'd Gibbs, « 

N. W. Cooper, " 

G. M. Green, « 
W. H. Smith, 

H. B. Norman, " 

J. B. Hare, " 

J. M. Carson, " 

W. Massey, Tax Col. 
;S. A. Warren, Sheriff 

jE. A. Gupton, " 

Doc. No. 7.] 7 



Gaston County 

Iredell " 

Haywood " 

Pitt " 

Forsvth " 

McDowell " 

Gates " 

Rowan " 

Pasquotank " 

Alamance " 

Pasquotank " 

Wayne " 

Cherokee " 
Mecklenburg " 

Caldwell " 

Edgecombe ** 

Davie " 

Madison " 

Martin " 

Henderson " 

Anson " 

Polk « 
Macon County 

in 1860, 
Bladen County, 

Rutherford "" 

Harnett " 

Stokes " 

Surry " 

Alexander ^' 

Wilson « 

Caswell " 

Hyde " 

Nash « 

Cleveland " 

Person " 

Tyrrel " 

Hertford " 

Ashe »' 

Johnston " 
Northampton " 

Franklin *^ 



28 
23 
49 
21 
16 
35 
27 
20 
32 
11 



68 
66 
66 
94 
33 
40 

33 
60 
37 



a260 



9 

56 
25 
29 
16 
24 
44 
20 
43 
29 
40 

49 
15 
39 

7 
20 
23 
26 

8 
12 
19 
17 
18 
13 
38 
26 
32 

7 
19 

9 



66 
33 
66 

33 
33 

80 



32 

06 



73 

72 



33 



4S 
27 
46 
33 
33 
66 

66 



98 



Document ^^.. T. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



A. H. Sanders, 



Walker Smith, 
K. H. Worthy, " 

E. D. Davis, « 

W. A. Philpott, " 
Jos. Marshall, " 

R. M. Jones, " 

P. F. White, " 

W. D. Humphrey, " 
W. B. Campbell, " 
J. A. Gates, " 

Goodman Dnrden, " 
Rnfus Galloway, " 
W. T. J. Vann, " 
J. G. Gray, Tax Col 
N. R. Jones, 
Bector McNeill, 
E. J. Barco, 
Wm. Fields, 
W. W. Proffitt, 
A. C. Latham, 
J. R. White,. 
J. S. Keener, 
R. King, 
W. H. High, 
J. H. Nethercafct 
E. M. Smith, 
J. S. Snow, 
C. A. Boon, 
Jesse Bledsoe, 
Geo. Dill, 



Sheriff Montgora'y Co., 

" Rockingham " 

" Moore " 

•" Jackson " 

" -Granville " 

" Stanly " 

" Orange " 

" Chowan " 

Onslow " 

Beaufort " 

Sampson " 

Washington " 

Brunswick " 

NewHanover " 

Macon " 

Sheriff Warren " 

" Cumberland " 

" Camden " 

" Lenoir " 

" Yancey " 

" Craven " 

" Perquimans " 

Tax Col. Cherokee " 

Sheriff Robeson " 

" Wake " 

Jones " 

Wilkes " 

Halifax " 

Guilford 

Alleghany " 

Carteret " 



Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of 
SeiQatorial Election in their respective 
Counties, in Aug. 1861, as follows : 
J. A. Eeel, Sheri'|F McDowell County, 
R. G, Tuttle, " Caldwell " 

J. C. Smith, " Alex'r Co., (I860,) 

R. H. Page, Secretary of State, his 3rd 

quarter's salary for 1861, 
O. H, Perry, is tate Librarian, his 3d quart- 
ter^s salary for 1861, and services to 
Cabinet of Minerals^ 



112,50 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



99 



Year ending September 30<A, 1861. 



1861. 
Sept. 



"W. H.Pleasants, for publishing in Louis 
\i\xT^Eagle^ Governor's Proclamation 
concerning Convention, « 

E. B. Drake & Son, for publishing in 
Iredell Express^ Governor's Procla- 
mation concerning Convention, 

Syme & Hall, printing done for the 
Convention, May and June Session, 
1861, 

C. F. Lowe expenses incurred in con- 
veying funds to Raleigh for Public 
Treasurer, 

Wesley Jones, expenses incurred in 

' conveying funds from Newbern to 
Raleigh for Public Treasurer, 

W. H. & R, S. Tucker, for articles fur 
nished the State, 

Daniel Tucker, under resolution of Gen 
eral Assembly, 1860-'61, 

G. H. Wilder, for 10 cords and 48 feet 
of wood furnished the State, 

H. Adams, expenses incurred in con 
veying funds to Raleigh for Public 
Treasurer, 



53 



50 



$3,750,03974 



STATEMENT, 



Exhifnting the nimiber Acres' Land, Valuation Land, Yalua- 
lion Town Property, the Taxes derived from every eiibject 
of taxation in the sevei^at Counties of the State, and the 
aggregate amount of all ; also the Taxes levied hy the Courts 
of Fleas and Quarter Sessions for County Schools and other 
purposes, as follows : 



100 



Document No. 7. 



[Sessioa 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 1.— ALAMANCE COUNTY, 

WiLLiAjvi J. Murray, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 231,452 

Valuation Land, $1,425,237 

Town Property, |35,040 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,565 


36 




Town Property, $63.07 ; Polls, $1,980, 


2,043 


07 




Interest, 


1,127 


96 




Dividend and Profit, 


12 






Salaries and fees. 


284 


84 




Studs and Jacks, 


97 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


57 


63 




Pistols and Knives, 


18 


75 




Gold Watches, $41.99 ; Silver do., $36.81, 


78 


80 




Pianos, $19.50; Plate & Jewelry, $7.72, 


27 


22 




Playing Cards, 


2 


10 




Riding Vehicles, 


235 


13 




Liquor Dealers, 


156 


57 




Note Shavers, 


13 


90 




Merchants' Capital, 


477 


89 




Retailers, 


90 






Express Companies, 


10 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


9 


74 




Auctioneers, 


2 


40 




Patent Medicines, 


7 


54 




Daguerreotypists, 


6 


30 




Exhibitions for Reward, 


20 






Marriage License, 


14 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


4 






Privileged Voters, 


9 


60 




Collateral Descents, 

Gross amount. 


9 






$ 7,379 


80 




County Taxes, 
Poor, 7 cents per $100 value real estate. 














and 15 cents per poll, * 


$ 1,424 


78 




County purposes, 10 do., and 40 do., 


2,533 


12 




Schools, 8 do.,, and 10 do.. 


1,436 


90 




Support of Volunteers, 27 do., and 55 do., 
Total amount. 


6,399 


04 




$ 10,793 


84 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



101 



Year ending September SOth, 1861. 






1S61. 


No. 2.— ALEXANDER COUNTY, 

J. C. Smith, Sberiflf, 

Acres Land, 156,413 
Valuation Land, $654,113 
Town Property, $24,940 

State Taxes. 


• 






Land, $1,178.99 ; Town Property, $44.99, 


$ 1,223 


98 




Polls, $698.40 ; Interest, $158.55, 


866 


95 




Salaries and Fees, 


16 


53 




Studs and Jacks, 


115 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


17 


12 




Ferries, 34c. ; Pistols and Knives, $10, 


10 


34 




Dirks and Canes, 


1 


25 




Gold Watches, $6.35 ; Silver do., $12.64, 


18 


99 




Pianos, $6 ; Playing Cards, $1.05, 


7 


05 




Riding Vehicles, 


47 


45 




Liquor Dealers, 


107 


64 




Note Shavers. 


52 


90 




Merchants' Capitoi, 


81 


94 




Auctioneers, 


15 






Patent Medicines, 


6 


73 




Marriage License, 


42 


68 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


6 


80 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


8 


25 




Taverns, $3-75 ; Privileged Voters, $4.80, 


8 


55 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


50 






$ 2,680 


30 










Poor, 5 cents per $100 value real estate. 








and 15 cents per poll. 


$ 4S5 


52 


{County purposes, 6 do., and 18 do., 


582 


63 




Schools, 6 do., and 22 do.. 


621 


63 




Jury, 5 do., and 15 do.. 

Total amount, 


486 


52 




$ 2,175 


30 



102 



Document "No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Heportfor the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 3.— ALLEGHANY COUNTY, 










Jesse Bledsoe, Sheriff, 

Acres Land, 107,359 
Valuation Land, $345,730 

State Taxes. 








' 


Land, 


1 


621 


87 




Polls, 




292 


80 




Interest, 




80 


28 




Salaries and Fees, 




6 






Studs and Jacks, 




18 






Pistols and Knives, 




2 


50 




Gold Watches, 




1 






Silver " 




1 


32 




Riding Yehicles, 




2 


50 




Liquor Dealers, 




1 


55 




Note Shavers, 




18 


30 




Merchants' Capital, 




16 






Marriage License, 

Gross amount, 




21 






r 


1,083 


12 


^ 


County Taxes. 










Poor, 6 cents per $100 value real estate, 










and 10 cents per poll. 


$ 


2.53 


16 




County purposes, 12 do., and 38 do.. 
Total amount, 




586 


24 




.f 


839 


40. 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



loar^ 



Year ending September 30^A, 1861. 



1861. 1 






" 






No. 4.— ANSON COUNTY. 










G. B. Thrkadgill, Sheriff. 










Acres Land, 319,403 










Valuation Land, $1,574,597 










Town Property, $68,400 










State Taxes. 








Land, $2,836.01 ; Town Pro'rty, $123.32, 


$ 2,959 


33 




Polls, $2,962.40 ; Interest, $779.13, 


3,741 


53 




Dividend and Profit, 


1,708 


64 




Salaries and Fees, 


232 


26 




Studs and Jacks, 


62 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


46 


25 




Dagiierreotypists, 


6 






Pistols and Knives, 


22 


50 




Gates and Ferries, 


31 






Gold Watches, $68.50 ; Silver do., $40.48, 


108 


98 




Pianos, $52.50 ; Plate and Jewelry, $5, 


37 


50 




Playing Cards, 


2 


10 




Riding Vehicles, 


384 


10 




Liquor Dealers, 


250 


47 




Note Shavers, 


53 


50 




Merchants' Capital, 


508 


11 




Retailers, 


90 






Horse and Mnle Drovers, 


50 


96 




Patent Medicines, 


1 






Marriage License, 


67 


23 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


62 


38 




Deeds tor Real Estate, 


23 7T 




Privileged Voters, 


3 


20 




Delinquents for 1860, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 


1 


60 




$ 10,454 


41 










Poor, 4 cents per $100 value real estate. 








and 10 cents per poll, 


$ 1,027 


11 




County purposes, 12 do., and 30 do., 


3,081 


33 




Insane Asylum, 3 do., and 10 do.. 


863 


78 


1 


Railroad, 41 do., and 55 do.. 
Total amount, 


8,752 


34 




$ 13,724 


56 



104 



DoGUi^NT Ko. 7. 



[Session' 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



No. 5.— ASHE COUNTY, 
John M. Carson. Sheriff, 



Acres Land,. 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property^ 

State Taxes. 

Land, 

Town Property, 

Polls, ^ 

Interest, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Pistols and Knives^ 

Gold Watches, 

Silver Watches, 

Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry^ 

Riding Tehicles^ 

Liquor Piealers,, 

Note Shavers, 

Merchants' Capital, 

Pedlars, 

Retailers, 

Patent Medicines, 

Marriage License, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 

Deeds for Real Estate. 

Subjects Unlisted, 



227,085 

$624,475 

$23,^90 



Gross Amount, 



County Taxes. 



Poor, 3 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 7 cents per poll, 
County purposes, 25 do., and 30 do., 

Total amount. 




2,183 



1862-'63.] 



DOODMENT No. 7. 



105 



Year ending Septenrher 30^A, 1861. 



1861. 



No. 6.— BEAUFORT COUiNTY, 
William B. Campbell, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 474,672 

Yalnation Land, $1,266,478 

,Town Property, $573,820 

State Taxes 
Land, $2,278.65; Town Pr'p'ty. $1,032.87, 
Polls, $3,128 ; Interest, $815.28, 
Dividend and Prolit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
IStuds and Jacks, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
iBridges and Gates, 
Pic'ls & Knive8,$105;Dirks & Canes,$6.25, 
|Gold Watches, $95.03; Silver do., $44.87, 
Harps, $2.50 ; Pianos, $93, 
Plate and Jewelry, 

Play' C'rds, $4.20; Rid'gyehicl's,$245.66, 
Liq. D'l'rs,$2,915.92;N'te Sh'v'r8,$294.44, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Pedlers, $40 ; Retailers, $180, 
Billiard Tables, 
Horse and Mnle Drovers, 
Livery Stables, $25 ; Pat. Medicines, $8, 
Daguerreotypists, 
Exhibitions for Reward, 
jMar'ge Lic'se, $97; Mort'g's & Deeds,$33, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 
Arrears for Insolvents, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 9^ cents per $100 value real estate, 
and 30 cents per poll, 
County purposes, 5 do., and 20 do.. 
Schools, 4| do., and 18 do., 

Insane Asylum, 1^ do., and 7 do., 
Jury, li do., and 5 do., 

Total amount, 




7,338 



196 



DOOTJMEST No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 7— BERTIE COUNTY, 








A. H. Hassell, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 360,462 








Valuation Land, $1,971,896 








Town Property, $62,040 








State Taxes. 




■ 




Land, $3,550.11 ; Town Prop'ty, $111.67, 


$ 3,661 


78 




Polls, $3,700; Interest, $1,312.08, 


5,012 


08 




Dividend and Profit, 


14 


48 




Salanes and Fees, 


169 


50 




St'ds & J'ks, $50; Gates & Ferries, $63.20, 


113 


20 




Pistols and Knives, 


87 


50 




Gold Wathes, $92.23 ; Silver do., $28.35, 


120 


58 




Pianos, $79.50 ; Plate & Jeweliy, $28.78, 


108 


28 




Riding Vehicles, 


314 


10 




Liq. Dealers, $627.55 ; Note Shavers, $80, 


636 


35 




Merchn'ts Capital, $768.71; Retail's, $90, 


828 


71 




Horse and Mule Drovers, 


74 


17 




Patent Medicines, 


2 


05 




Dagnerreotypists, 


10 






Marriage License, 


42 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


18 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


17 






Playing Cards, 


1 


40 




Pivileged Voters, 


3 


20 




Subjects Unlisted, 


406 


^6 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


5 


72 




% 11,646 


76 










Poor, 10 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 24 cents per poll. 


$ 3,135 


61 




County purposes, 12 do,, and 45 do., 


4,508 


75 




Schools, 4 do., and 12 do., 


1,364 


76 




Insane Asylum, 2 do., and 7 do.. 
Total amount, 


728 


43 




$ 9,737 


55 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



IW 



Year ending September 30lfA, 1861. 



1861. 



No. 8.— BLADEN COUNTY. 

Robert P. Melvin, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 517,150 

Valuatiou Land, $1,477,854.88 

Town Property, $33,789 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 

Polls, $2,492 ; Interest, $535.14, 
Dividend and Profit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 

Ferries, $4.17 ; Pistols & Knives, $51.25, 
Dirks and Canes, 

Gold Watches, $61.20 ; Silver $22.87, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
Playing Cards, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 

Horse and Mule Drovers, 
Patent Medicines, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 
Poor, $815.88 ; Co. Purposes, $2,447.64, 
Schools, 

Public Buildings, 
Patrol, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 
Insane Asylum, 

Total amount, 



2,659 

60 

3,027 

1 

76 

6 

55 

2 

84 

24 

20 

1 

210 

144 

2 

133 

90 

6 

12 

73 

6 

6 

154 



90 
79 
14 
60 
50 

42 
50 
07 

03 
75 

10 
89 
96 
50 

88 
37 



6,860 



50 
21 

11 



3,263 

1,247 

2,529 

584- 

326 

428 



52 
46 
23 
75 
35 
33 



8,379 64 



• 
108 



Document Ko. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for ilie Fiscal 



ISTo. 9.— BRUNSWICK COUNTY. 
RuFus Galloway, Sheriff, 
Acres Land, 570,074 

Valuation Land, $794,076 

Town Property, $82,085 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
Polls, ^ 

Interest, 

Dividend and Profit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Daguerreotjpists, 
Ferries, 

Pistols and Knives, 
Dirks and Canes, 
Gold Watches, 
Siver Watches, 
Harps, $2.50 ; Pianos, $13.50, 
Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 

Exhibitions for Reward, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 8 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 27 cents per poll. 
County Purposes, 20 do., and 61 do.. 
Schools, 6 do., and 9 do., 
Inpane Asylum, 3 do., and 3 do., 



$ 



1,468 

147 

1,824 

302 

22 

83 

40 

10 

5 

33 

3 

47 

28 

16 

36 

109 

4 

5 

171 

180 

10 

34 

16 

11 

6 

4,620 




43 
75 

80 
78 
96 
50 
50 



75 
75 
65 
03 

45 

05 

75 

15 



92 

49 
64 
40 



6,042110 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



109 



Year ending Septemher SOihj 1861. 



1861. 



No. 10.— BUNCOMBE COUNTY, 

R. V. Blackstock, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 333,550 

Valuation Land, $1,183,884 

Town Property, $203,478 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
Polls, 
Interest, 

Dividend and Profit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Daguerreotj pists, 
Bridges and Gates, 
Pistols and Knives, 
Gold Watches, 
Silver Watches, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Livery Stables, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 6f cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 20 cents per poll. 
County purposes, 8-J do., and 25 do., 
Schools, 3^ do., and 10 do., 
Jury, 5 do., and 15 do., 



$ 



67 
60 
50 



2,132 86 

36866 

1,237 60 

622 

15 
209 
1061 

1022 

10 

36 

59 

28 

52 

26 



25 

72 
24 

50 
63 



21696 

6090 

32580 

58334 

25 



98 
19 

22 
4 



6,273 



1,267 

1,622 

648 

973 



94. 

40 

31 



10 



67 
09 
83 
25 



Total amount, \'4 4,541i81 



110 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 11.— BURKE COUNTY. 

M. Spainhouk, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 191,721 
Valuation Land^ $834,264 
Town Property, $102,850 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,522 


48 




Town Property, 


185 


13 




Polls, 


1,354 


40 




Literest, 


648 


85 




Dividend and Profit, 


357 


58 




Salaries and fees, 


180 


71 




Studs and Jacks, 


64 






Bviying and Selling Slaves, 


5 


25 




Bridges and Gates, 


13 


75 




Pistols and Knives, 


20 






Dirks & Canes, $5; Gold Watches, $35.60, 


40 


60 




Silver Watches, $12.96 ; Pianos, $27, 


39 


96 




Plate and Jewelry, 


20 


90 




Riding Vehicles, 


93 


70 




Liquor Dealers, 


240 


05 




Note Shavers, 


2 


60 




Merchants' Capital, 


322 


97 




Retailers, $30; Horse & Mule Dr's, $11.90, 


41 


90 




Livery Stables, 


25 






Marriage License, 


. 61 


11 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


10 


67 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


6 


79 




Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


11 


20 




$ 5,159 


60 










Poor, ) 20 cents per $100 








County purposes, > value real estate, 








Schools, ) and 45c. per poll, 


$ 2,626 


32 




Rail Road, 25 do., and 75 do., 

Total amount, 


3,598 


10 




$ 6,222 


4^ 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



Ill 



Year ending Septemher SOth, 1861. 






1861. 


No. 12.— CABARRUS COUNTY. 

J. L. BuNDY, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 222,280| 

Yaluation Land, $1,711,799.50 

Town Property, $131,840 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 3,081 


24 




Town Property, 


242 


71 




Polls, $2,014.40 ; Interest, $1,237.35, 


3,251 


75 




Dividend and Profit, 


214 


51 




Salaries and Fees, 


146 


90 




Studs and Jacks, 


58 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


242 


02 




Pistols and Knives, 


27 


50 




Gold Watches, $90.57 ; Silver do., $49.24, 


139 


81 




PiaEos,$43.50 ; Plate & Jewel'ry, $20.52, 


64 


02 




Playing Cards, 


8 


05 




Riding Vehicles, 


308 


97 




Liq'r Deal's, $314.13 ; Note Sh'rs, $3.40, 


317 


53 




Merchants^ Capital, 


413 


48 




Retailers, $90 , Bowling Alleys, $50, 


140 






Express Companies, 


10 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


6 


75 




Livery Stables, $75 ; Pat't Med's, $2.50; 


77 


50 




Exhibitions for Reward, 


10 






Marriage License, 


71 


78 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


12 


61 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


19 


40 




Privileged Voters, 


11 


20 




Arrears for Insolvents, 


1 






Collateral Descents, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


36 


77 




$ 8,913 


50 










Poor, 1 cent per $100 value real estate, 








and 8 cents per poll, 


$ 385 


68 




County purposes, 12 do., and 40., 


3,225 


47 




Schools, 17 do., and 72 do., 


4,946 


32 




Patrol, 25 cents per black poll, 

Total amount, 


368 


25 




$ 8,925 


72 



112 



Document No. 7. [Session 

Treasurer's Report for the two Fiscal 



1831. 


No. 13.— CALDWELL COUNTS. 








R. G. TuTTLE, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 197,467 








Yaluation Land, $812,076 








Town Property, $32,490 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,463 


11 




Town Property, 


68 


48 




Polls, 


783 


20 




Interest, 


285 


97 




Dividend and Profit, 




80 




Salaries and Fees, 


18 






Studs and Jacks, 


60 


- 




Pistols and Knives, 


5 






Gold Watches, 


8 


90 




Silver Watches, 


8 


67 




Pianos, 


12 






Plate and Jewelry, 




43 




Riding Vehicles, 


74 


47 




Liquor Dealers, 




62 




Note Shavers, 


5 


04 




Merchants' Capital, 


87 


82 




Patent Medicines, 


4 


10 




Marriage License, 


70 






Mortgages and Deeds, 




96 




Deeds for Keal Estate, 

Gross amount, 


5 


34 




$ 2,952 


91 




County Taxes. 








County Purposes, 14 cents per $100 value 








real estate, and 50 cents per poll. 


$ 1,672 


78 




Schools, 6 do., and 20 do.. 

Total amount, 


702 


2a 




$ 2^75 





lS62-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



113 



Year ending ^September SOth, 18G1. 



I8t)l. 


No. 14.— CAMDEN COUNTY. 
E. J. Bakco, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 80,144 


» 






Valuation Land, $570,846 








•State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,027 


52 




Polls, 


1,067 


20 




Interest, 


323 


36 




Salaries and Fees, 


49 






Studs and Jacks, 


53 






Pistols and Knives, 


41 


25 




Gold Watches, 


30 


75 




Silver Watches, 


10 


64 




Pianos, 


10 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


1 






Riding Vehicles, 


133 


75 




Liquor Dealers, 


263 


78 




Note Shavers, 


52 


24 




Merchants' Capital, 


256 


U 




Pedlers, 


40 






Retailers, 


180 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


27 


17 




Patent Medicines, 


4 


58 




Privileged Voters, 




:o 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 


105 






$ 3,677 


65 




County Taxes. 








Poor, 12 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 30 cents per poll, 


$ 1.085 


21 




County Purposes, 18 do., 50 do., 


1,694 


52 




Schools, 30 do., and 70 do., 

Total araount, 


2,646 


33 




$ 5,426 


OG 



Doc. No. 7.] 



lU 



DocrmviENT ISTo. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



No. 15.— CAETERET COUNTY. 



173,208 
$440,396 

$253,858 



L.80, 



Geo. Dill, Sheriff. 

Acres Land. 
Valuation Land, 
Town Propert}'^, 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
'Foils, 
Interest, 

Dividend and. Profit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Dagnerreotypists, 
Pistols and Knives, 
lold Watches, 
Silver "Watches, 
Pianos, $30 ; Plate & Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 
Bowling Alleys, 
BilliardTables, 
Patent Medicines, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Collateral Descent, 



Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 14 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 10 cents per poll. 
County Purposes, 10 do., and 50 do., 
Schools, 8 do., and 10 do., 
Railroad,, 50 do., and $1 do., 

Total amount, 




8,315 



15 



oi 



iS62-'63.] 



Doci::m:ent xTo. 7. 



115 



Year ending Septemher SOth^ 1861. 



1S6L ; 

j 

; 

1 


]S'o. 16.— CASWELL COUNTY. 

J. C. Griffith, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 238 489 
Valuation Land, §2,249,331 
Town Property, §162,231 

State Taxes. 






1 


Land, 


S 4,060 


16 




Town Property, 


292 






Polls, 


4,190 


40 




Interest, 


3,007 


48 




Dividend and Profit, 


282 


12 




Sala's & Fees, $292.12 ; St'ds & J'ks, $27, 


319 


12 




Buying and Selling Slaves, 


223 


31 




Daguerreotypists, $o ; Ferries $2, 


7 






Pistols and Knives, 


28 


75 




Gold Watches, 811S.97; Sl'vr do.,. $35.65, 


154 


62 




Harps, $2.50 ; Pianos, §93, 


95 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


38 


98 




Riding Vehicles, 


556 


74 




Liquor Dealers, 


742 


15 




iXote Shv's, $66.50; Merch's Cap'i,9440.75, 


507 


25 




Retailers, $180 ; Liquor Pedlers, $30, 


220 






1 Horse and Mule Drovers, 


11 


31 




■Exhibitions for Reward, 


10 






{Marriage License, 


37 






'Mortgages and Deeds, 


5 






'Deeds for Peal Estate, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 


15 


50 




$ 14,813 


39 










Poor, 6 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 14 cents per poll, 


$ 2,178 


73 




;County Purposes, 35 do., and 75 do., 


12,360 


70 




Schools, 18 do., and 6 do.. 

Total amount, 


4,653 


74 




$ 19,193 


17 



IIG 



DOCITMENT 'No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller^^ Eejport for the Fiscal 



Xo. 17. --CATAWBA COUNTY. 






J. E. Robinson, &beriff. 






Acres Land, 243,222 






Valuation Land, $1,489,474 






Town Property, $44,190 






Sta-se Taxes 






Land, 


% 2,681 


05 


Town Property, 


80 


^^ 


Polls, 


1,351 


20 


jinterest, 


C63 


44 


Dividend & Profit^ 


1 


12 


Salaries and Fees, 


32 


06 


iStuds and Jacks, 


136 




Buying and Selling Slares, 


73 


97 


iToll Bridges and Gates, 


18 


30 


Pistols and Knives, 


12 


50 


jGold Watches, 


22 


02 


jSilver Watches, 


20 


41 


Pianos, $6 ; Plate & Jewelry, $2, 


8 




Riding Yehicles, 


176 


20 


Liquor Dealers, 


10 1 




Xote Shavers, 


18 


SO 


Merchants' Capital, 


412 


45 


Retailers, 


30 




Marriage License, 


67 


90 


(Mortgages and Deeds, 


11 


64 


Playing Cards, 


16 


49 


Privileged Voters, 


3 


20 


Arrears for Insolvents, 


2 


40 


Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


15 


44 


.$ 5,956 


25 






County Purposes, 7 cents per $100 value 






real estate, and 25c. per poll, 


% 1,509142 


Schools, 5 do., and 10 do., 

Totftil amount, 


939 OS 


% 2,448 


50 



iS62-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



.117 



Year ending Septe'triher SOthy 1861. 



1861. 


:N"o. 18.— CHATHAM COUNTY. 

II. B. Paschall, SiieriiF. 

Acres Land, 462,017 

Valuation Land, §2,218,480 

Town Property, $82,278 

6tate Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 3,993 


28 




jTown Property, 


148 


10 




|Polls, 


3,464 






jinterest, 


1,295 


63 




jDividend and. Profit, 


194 


80 




Salaries and Fees, 


17124 




Studs and Jacks, 


141 




Ferries, 60c. ; Pistols & Knives, $23.75 ; 


24 33 




,Dirks and Canes, 


2 


50 




jGold AVatches, 


74 


53 




Silver Watches, » 


32 


76 




•Pianos, 


60 






IPlate and Jewelry, 


28 


43 




Riding Vehicles, 


503 


22 




Liquor Dealers, ' 


218 


10 




jNote Shavers, ' 


92 


30 




Merchants' Capital, 


395 


56 




Retailers, 


90 






Bjlliard Tables, i 


125 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


5 




: 


Patent Medicines, 





32 




Exhibitions for Reward, 


10 






Marriage License, 


47 


53 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


12 


61 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


13 


58 




Arrears for Insolvents, 

Oross amount 


6 


40 




8 11,159 


To 




(inr'T^rTV Tavpr i 






1 


Poor, 7 cents per §100 value real estate, 








and 20 cents per poll. 


^ 10,112 


97 




County purposes, 28f do. and 75 do.. 


2,.o73 


77 




Schools, 3 do. and 15 do.. 


1,375 


*'4 




Insane Asylum, 3^ do. and 10 do., 

Total amount, 


1,247 


57 




$ 15,309 


35 



lis 



Document ISio. 7. 



[Session. 





Comptroller's Rej^ortf 


or the Fiscal 


1861. 


Xo. 19.— CHEROKEE COUNTY. 

Jno. S. Keenek, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 681,253 
V^aluation Land, $683,098 
Town Property, |36j923 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


% 1,217 


87 




Town Property, 


QQ 


46 




Polls, 


602 40 




Interest, 


58 25 




^Salaries and Fees, 


39 




Studs and Jacks, 


78^ 




Bn^nnw and Selling Slaves, 


1950 




TollBi-idges, 


1|80 




Pistols and Knives, 


13175 




Dirks and Canes, 


3;75 




Gold Watches, 


625 




Silver Watches, 


629 




Pianos, 


150 




Riding Vehicles, 


20'85 




Liquor Dealers, 


3250 




Note Shavers, 


3 




Merchants' Capital, 


113 31 




Exhibitions for Reward, 


10 






Marriage License, 


67 


90 




Mortgages and Deeds, , 


1 


94 




Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 


8 73 




§ 2,373 


05 










Poor, 


$ 400 






County purposes, 


3,463 


09 




Schools, 

Total amount, 


804 


36 




$ 4,667 


45 



1662^^63.] 



Document No. 7. 



119 



Year ending SepUmher 30th, 1861. 



1661. 



No. 20.— CHOWAN COUNTY. 

Pktee F. White, Sheriff. 

lAcres Land, " 114,849 

Valuation Land, $699,739 

Town Property, $174,377 

State Taxxs. 

Land^ 

Town property, 

j Pol Is, 

! Interest, 

Dividend and Profit, 

'Salaries and Fees, 

IStuds and Jacks 

i Buying and Selling Slaves, 

iGates, .$30; Pistols & Knives, $28.57; 

'Gold Watches, $52.62 ; Silver do., $8.92; 

'Harps, S2.50; Pianos, $70.50; 

Plate and Jewelry, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Merchants' Capital, 

Retailers, g60 ; Express Companies, $10 ; 

Horse and Mule Drovers, 

Livery stables, $-25; Auctioneers, $9.14; 

Commissions on 'Commission Merchants, 

Marriage License, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 

Deeds for Real Estate, 

Privileged Voters, 

;Subjects Unlisted, 

Delinquents for 1859, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 4 cents per $100 value real estate, 
I and 14 cents per poll, 
County Purposes, 30 do. and 44 do., 
Schools, 4 do. and 6 do.. 
Public Buildings, 6 do. and 8 do.. 
Insane Asylum, 8 cents per poll, 
i 
j Total amount, 



$ 



•^ 



1,399 

34S 

1,558 

1,068 

235 

100 

8 

126 

58 

61 

7 

42 

146 

88 

383 

70 

53 

34 

37 

19 
15 

O 
1 
1 



47 
75 

69 

84 
25 



$ 6,733 



57 
54 

61 
10 
17 
44 

36 
14 

08 
83 
40 
52 
20 
75 
60 

31 



625 



79 



3,490 25 
57 
39 
24 

24 



467 
682 
157 

$ 5,423 



120 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Ih^ortfor the Fiscal 



No. 21.— CLEAVELAND COUNTY. 

Geoege M. Gbeen, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 286,917 

Yaluatidn Land^ $1,173^185 

Town property, $81,900 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
Polls, 
Interest, 

Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Ferries, $2; Pistols and Knives, .|3.75 ; 
Dirks and Caiies, 

Gold Watches, $21.29 ; Silver do., $17.14 
Pianos, $9; Plate and Jewelry, $3.S0; 
Playing Cards, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 

Foreign Made Riding Vehicles, 
Patent Medicines, 
Drugs and Medicines, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Collateral Descents, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 4 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 10 cents per poll. 
County Purposes, 16 do. and 50 do.j 
Schools, 8 do. and 20 do.. 
Railroad, 22 do. and 65 do., 

Total amount,. 



2,111 

147 

1,409 

421 

101 

142 

132 

5 

1 

38 

12 

12 

149 

229 

67 

333 

90 

21 

3 

8 

91 

9 

8 

5 



5,554 



73 

42 
60 
24 
71 

50 
75 
25 
4?. 
30 
60 
07 
58 
69 
51 

25 

20 
41 
21 
70 
73 
90 




9,117 20 



iSG2-'63.] 



Document !N"o. 



121 



Year ending Septemher SOtk, 1861. 



ISU'l. 



]^o. 22.— OilAYEN ( 10 UNTY. 

Alexander C. Latham, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 501,033 Valuation $872,674 
iTown Property, $770,931 

I State Taxes. 

Land, $1,575.13; T'wn Pr'tj, $1,405.55;'$ 
jPolls, $3,211.20 ; Interest, .$5,357.43 ; 
iDividend and Profit, 
.Sala's & Fees, $504.72 ; St's & J'ks, $46 y 
iBuying and Selling Slaves, 
'Dagnerreotvpists, $30; Ferries, $9.63; 
Pistols and Knives, 
jyks & C'es, $2.50 ; G'ld W'es, $113.19 ; 
iSilver Watches, $33.12 ; Pianos, $123 ; 
IP'te & Jew'y, $76.79; P'y'g C'ds, $9.45 ; 
iRiding Vehicles, 

Liq'r DTs, 81,173.09 ; We Sh's, $190.23 ; 
Merchants Capital, 

'Petailers, $27o ; Bowling Alleys, $50 ; 
Billiard.Tables, (Private) 
llTorse and Mule Dr's, $13; Brokers, $300;! 
Commissions on Commission Merchants, 
iAnct'rs, $83 07; Pat't Med'c's, $451.20; 
Ex's for RewM, $20 ; Marge Li'se, 97.97; 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds t'(.)r Peal Estate, 
Arrears for Insolvents, 
S'bj's Unl'd, $8.44 ; Col'l Des't, $324.32 ; 



Gross amount, 
County Tax]':s. 
Poor, 11 cents per $100 value real estate. 

and 48 cents per poll. 
County purposes 8 do. and 32 do., 
Schools, 5 do. and 16 do., 
Public Buildings, 4 do. and 16 do., 
Insane Asylun), 2 do. and S do., 
Jury, 7 do. and 28 do., 
IJridgc 1-^ do. and 6 do., 
I tail lioad, 35 do. and 1.40 do., 
Court House, 35 do. and lAO do., 

Total amount, 



2,980 ( 




;^ 36,149 



122 



DOCL'MENT jSTo. 7. 



[Session 



Co-inptrclUrh Report for the Fiscal 



1S61. 



^0. 23.~CUMBEELAND COUNTY. 

Hectok McNeil, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 519,634i 

Valuation Land, $1.4:67,720.50 

Town Property, $664,321 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property', 
Polls, 
Interest, 

Dividend and profit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Bujing and selling Slaves, 
Ferries, ,f 5; Pistols and Knives, $50; 
Gold Wat'es, $105.60; Silver do., $35,50 
Harps, $2.50; Pianos, $124.50; 
Plate and Jewelry, 

P]'g O'ds, $11.20; Rid'g Veli's, $355.13; 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchant's Capital, 
Retailers, 

Insurance Companies, 
Auctioneers, 

Commissions on Commission Merchants, 
Patent Medicines, 
Daguerreotypists, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 6 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 10 cents per poll. 
County Purposes, 23 do. and 45 do., 
Schools 4 do. and 8 do.. 
Deaf and Dumb Asvlam, 1 do. and 1 do., 
Pvail Eoad, 16 do. and 1.10 do., 

Total amount, 



38 




16,913 13 



lS62-'(33.] 



Document No^ 



123 



Year ending September ZOth, 1861. 






ISJl. 


No. 24.— CUERITUCK COUNTY, 

Jesse B. Lee, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 133,913 
Valuation Land, $621^027 

State Taxes. 






' 


Land, 


1$ 1,117 


84 




Polls, 


1,13G 


80 




Interest, 


344 


48 




Salaries and Fees, 


5 






Stnds and Jacks, 


12 






Pistols and Knives, 


2 


50 




Dirks and Canes, 


1 


•45 




Gold Watches, 


2G 


97 




Silver do.. 


8 


G9 




Pianos, 


1 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


^ 






Riding Vehicles, 


94 


86 




Liquor Dealers, 


251 


45 




Merchants' Capital, 


122 


S3 




Pedlers, 


40 






Retailers, 


120 






Marriage License, 


44 


62 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


G 


79 




Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount. 


IS 


43 




$ 3,358 


01 




County Taxes, 








Poor, G cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 20 cents per poll. 


$ GOl 


<.)7 




County purposes. 


4,420 


88 




Schools, 


816 


S(j 




Total amount, 


% 5,928 


81 



124 



Document 'No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' s Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 2o.— DAVIDSON COUNTY, 
David LoFim, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 364,275 








Valuation Land, $2,061,754 








Town Property', $89,039 








State Taxes. 








Land, $-3,712.74; Town Prop'ty, $160.27, 


$ 8,873 


01 




Polls, $2,387.20; Interest, $1,147.52, 


3,534 


72 




Salaries and Fees, 


167 


34 




Studs and Jacks, 


127 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


33 


75 




Gates and Ferries, 


32 


35 




Pistols and Knives, 


21 


25 




Gold Watches, $67.69; Silver do., $65.97, 


133 06 




Pianos, $36 ; Plate and Jewelry, $4.58, 


40 


58 


. 


Playing Cards, 


4 


20 




Riding Vehicles, 


434 


06 




Liquor Dealers, 


93 


5T 




Merchants' Capital, 


604 


14 




Pedlers, $40 ; Express Companies, $10, 


50 






Horse and Mule Di'overs, 


4 


60 




Pat. Medicines, $1.65 ; Dagr'typists, $20, 


21 


65 




Exhibitions for Reward, 


20 






Marriage License, 


127 


07 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


21 


34 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


27 


16 




Distress, 

Gross amount. 

County Taxes. 


10 






$ 9,381 


45 










Poor, 6 cents per .$100 value real estate, 








and 18 cents per poll, 


$ 1,861 


82 




County purposes, 24 do., and 80 do., 


7,741 


55 




Schools, 7 do., and 19 do*. 
Total amount, 


2,117 


20 




$ 11,727 


57 



:SG2-'03.] 



Document Xo. 7. 



125 



Year encUdg Se2)tem'ber BOth, 1S61. 



1S61. 



No. 26.— DAVIE GOUNTY 



W. A. Meroney, Sheriff. 



Acres Land, 
Yiil nation Land, 
Town Property, 



160,244 

$1,246,8781 
$63,050 



State Taxes, 



Land, $2,255.40 ; Town Prop'y, $114,61 

Polls, $1,444.80 ; Literest, $494,96, 

Dividend and Profit, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Stnds and Jacks, 

Buying and Selling Slaves, 

Gates and Ferries, 

Pistols and Knives, 

Gold Watches, $;33.69 ; Silver, do., $17.ST 

Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Note Shavers, 

iMerchants' Capital, 

Retailers, 

Patent Medicines, 

Marriage License, 

Deeds for Peal Estate, 

Distress, 

Subjects Unlisted, 

Gross amount. 

County Taxes. 



$ 2,37001 
i 1,939 76 
20 60 
! 77 

i 84 

427 
37 
31 
51 
30 
12 
187 
88 
51 
325 
40 
2 
50 
28 
31 
54 



14 
74 
25 
56 

94 
12 
90 
40 



70 
25 
58 
90 
74 



$ 5,962 



60 



Poor, 7 cents per $100 value real estate, 'i 

and 16 cents per poll, 1$ 1,203 04 

County Purposes, 10 do., and 27 do., I 1,60934 

Schools, 5 do., and 14 do., j 90604 

u I 

„$ 3,71842 



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Treasurer's Report for the two fiscal 



No. 27.— DUPLIN COUNUY, 
Thomas J. Caer, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 450,350 

Valuation Land, $1,283,266 

Town Propert}^, $84,365 

State Taxes. 
Land, $2,310.54 ; Town Prop'tj, §151.86 ; 
Polls, $--3,246.40; Interest, $1,033.24, 
Dividend and Profit, 
Sal's & Fees, $156.10 ; St'ds & J'ks, $60 ; 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Daguerrotypists, 
Pistols and Knives, 

jGold Watclies, $77.30 ; Silver do., $31.87. 
Pianos, $58.50 ; Plate & Jewelry, $4.88, 
Riding Vehicles, 

Liq. d'l'rs, $574.30 ; Note sh'v'rs, $258.70, 
Merch'ts Capital, $435.65 ; Pedlers, $40, 
Retailers,, $180; Bowling Alleys, $50, 
Express Companies, 
Horse and Mule Drovers, 
Patent Medicines, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Play'g Cards, $4.20; Priv. Voters, $4.80, 
Arrears for Insolvents, 
Taverns, $15.50 ; Collat'i Descent, $66.40, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 15 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 45 cents per poll, 
County purposes, 15 do., and 45 do,, 
Schools, 6 do., and 20 do., 

Patrol, 10 cents on black poll, 
Support of Volunteers, 10 cents per $100 

value real estate, and 20 cents per poll 

Total amount. 




$ 12,085 



65 



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Year ending Septeml^er SO ih, 1861. 



Xo. 28.— EDGECOMBE COUiS'TY, 
F. D. FoxiiALL, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 322,513 

Valuation Land, $3,328,086 

Town Propej-tj, $249,860 

State Taxe.^. 

Land, $5,901.58; Town Pio])'tv. $419.74, 

Polls, $4,682.20; Interest, $3,208.90, 

Dividend and Profit, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Bu3Mng and Sellinj? Slaves, 

Daguen-eotypists. $5; Toll Gates," $30, 

Pistols and Knives. 

Gold Watches, $152.74: Sil'r do., $47.53 

Pianos, $94.50; Plate ti: Jewelry, $78.23, 

Playing Cards, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Liqnor Dealers, 

[Note Shavers, 

iMerchant's Capital, 

iPedlers, $40; Ptetailers, $270, 

lExhibitions for lieward, 

JBilliard Tables, 

jFIorse and Mule Drovers, 

|Liv'y Stables, $25; Marriage License, $41.( 

I Mortgages and Deeds, 

I Deeds for R.?al Estate, 

'Delinquents for 1860, 

Collateral Descent, 

Additional Peturn by former Sheriffs, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 7- cents per $100 value real estate, 
I and 25 cents per poll. 
County purposes, 8 do., and 35 do., 
Schools, 4 do., and 15 on white and black 
polls. 

Total amount, 



6,441 31 



50 




$ 11,310|37 



128 



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[Session 



Comptroller's Re^^ortfor the Fiscal 



1861. 


]S^o. 29.— FOESYTII COUNTY. 

Mathias Masten, Sheriff. 

xicres Land, 226,905 
Valuation Land, $1,316,45.5 
Town Property, $331,214 

State Taxes. 








Land, $2,369.61 ; Town Propt'y, $596.18, 


$ 2,965 


79 




Polls, $1,699.20 ; Interest, $2,548.56, 


4,247 


76 




Dividend and Profit, 


579 


31 




Sal's & Fees, $195.75 ; St'ds & J'ks $24, 


219 


75 




Buying and Selling Slaves, 


150 






Daguerreotypists, 


6 


15 




Gates and Ferries, 


15 


65 




Pistols and Knives, 


16 


25 




Dirks and Canes, 


2 


50 




Gold Watches, $48.96 ; Silver do. $51, 


99 


96 




Pianos, $97.50 ; Plate & Jewelry, $13.95, 


111 


45 




Riding Vehicles, 


268 


05 




Liquor Dealers 


345 


84 




Note Shavers, 


97 


71 




Merchants' Capital, 


759 


84 




Pedlers, $40 ; Retailers, .^30, 


70 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


9 






Patent Medicines, 


28 


13 




Exhibitions for Reward, 


30 






Marriage License, 


112 


52 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


33 


95 




Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount. 


15 


04 




$ 10,184 


65 




County Taxes. 
Poor, 8 cents per $100 value real estate^ 














and 20 cents per poll. 


$ 1,766 


09 




Insane Asylum and County Purposes, 17 








do., and 30 do., 


3,471 


69 




Schools, 7 do., and 20 do., 

i Total amount. 


1,597 


58 




e G,sc: 


3^ 



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12? 



Year ending Septemher SOth, 18GI, 



1861. 



No. 80.— FRANKLIN COUNTY, 

E. A. GuPTON, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 295,456 

Yal nation Laud, $1,571,024 

Town Property, $215,686 

State Taxes. 
Land, $2,818.57; Town Prop't}-, $388.22, 
Polls, $2,941.60 ; Interest, $1,947.29, 
Dividend and Profit, 
Salaries & tees, $186 ; Studs & Jacks, $42, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Pistols and Knives, 
Dirks and Canes, 

Gold Watches, $93.38; Silver do., $29.03, 
Harps, $2.50 , Pianos, $99, 
Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Commissions on Commission Merchants, 
Merch'ts' Capital, $654.09; Retailers, $60, 
florae and Mule Drovers, 
Livery Stables, 
Lightning Rod Men, 
1 Marriage L'cense, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
I Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 5 cents per $1,00 value real estate, 
I and 20 cents per poll, 
[County purposes, 7 do., and 21 do. 
'Schools, 3 do., and 13 do. per white and 
j black poll, 

Insane Asylum, 2 do., and 7 do. per poll, 
I Jury, 3 do., and 11 do. per poll. 



Doc. No. 7.] 



Total amount, 




130 



Document 'No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 31.— GA8T0K COUNTY, 

Joseph Lusx, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 197,413 
Yahiation Land,' $1,110,490 
Town Property, $27,808 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,001 


2'3 




Town Property, 


50 


06 




Polls, 


1,249 


60 




Interest,- 


586 


03- 




Dividend and Profit, 


123 


03 




Salaries and Fees, 


67 






Stnd's and Jacks, 


79 






linying and Selling Slaves, 


30 


23 




Toll Gates and Ferries, 


8 


42 




Pistols and Snives, 


7 


50 




Gold Watches, 


26 






Silver Watches, 


li 


24 




Pianos, $6 ; Plate and Jewelry, $4.35, 


10 


35 




Riding Vehicles, 


147 


SO 




Liquor Dealers, 


96 






Note Shavers, 


79 


33 




Merchants' Capital, 


178 


01 




Retailers, 


120 






Marriage License, 


34 


92 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


7 


76 


1 


Deeds for Real Estate, 


11 


6^ 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
Cor^lt'Y Taxes'. 




25 




$ 4,925 


39 










Poor, 4 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 15 o«nts per poll. 


$ 709 


20 




County purposes, 15 do., and 45 do.. 


2,465 


55 




Schools, 6 do., and 20 do., 

Total amount. 


1,020 


70 




$ 4,195 


45 



lS62-''63.] 



Document No. 7. 



131 



Year ending September 30</t, 1861. 






1861. 


! 








^Q. S2.— GATES COUNTl^ 


' 






Isaac R. Hunter, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 175,028 








Valuation Land, $853,409 








Town Property, $25,750 








State Taxes. 








Land, $1,536.13; Town Propt'y, $46.35, 


$ 1,582 


48 




Polls, $2,085.60 ; Interest, $1,001.36, | 


3,086 90 




Dividend and Profit, 


2944 




Salaries and Fees, 


44 38 




Studs and Jacks, 


26 




Buying and Selling Slaves, 


7106 




Ferries, $2.50; Pistols & Knives, $46.25, 


48 


75 




Dirks and Canes, 


3 


75 




Gold Watches, $36.78 ; Silver do. $12.99, 


49 


77 




Pianos, $46.50 ; Plate & Jewelry, $1.50, 


48 






Riding Vehicles, 


191 


40 




Liquor Dealers 


534 


12 




Note Shavers, 


• 136 


20 




Merchants' Capital, 


339 


86 




Retailers, 


90 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


12 


30 




Dentists, $10; Marriage License, $48.50, 


58 


50 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


13 


58 




i Deeds for Real Estate, 


14 


10 




Taverns, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 


17 


50 




$ 6,398 


15 










Poor, 10 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 12 cents per poll, 


$ 1,192 


87 




County purposes, 1:4 do., and 18 do., 


1,524|25 




Schools, 4 do., and 10 do., 


60&!96 




Patrol, 15 cents per black poll, 

Total amount, 


302 


10 




$ 3,628 


18 



132 



Document I?o. 7.. 



[SessioE 



Comiytroller' s Report for the fiscal 



l^Ml. 


iq-Q. 17.-GEANVILLE COUNTY. 

Wm. a. Philpott, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 449,722 

Valuation Land, ,fS,()26j670 

Town Property, $218,075 

State Taxes 








Land, 


$ 5,462 


23 




Town Property, 


393 


76 




Polls, 


5,133 


60 




Interest, 


2,251 


76 




Dividend & Profit, 


112 


72 




Salaries and Fees, 


204 


70 




Studs and Jacks, 


88 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


50 






Pistols and Knives, 


45 






Gold Watches, 


142 


25 




Silver Watches, 


43 


30 




Pianos, 


169|50 




Plate & Jewelry, 


63 


18 




Riding Vehicles, 


655 


43 




Liquor Dealers, 


1,895 


99 




Note Shavers, 


324 






Merchants' Capital, 


, 900 


01 




Retailers, 


120 






Exhibitions for Reward,, 


10 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


27 






Patent Medicines, 


3 


90 




Marriage License, 


77 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


32 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


22 






Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount. 


16 






$ 18,243 


33 




County Taxes. 


. 


— 




Poor, 2 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 15 cents per poll. 


S 1,623 


53 




County Purposes, 7 do. and 39 do., 


4,826 


29 




Schools, 2 do., and 10 do.. 


1,296 


83 




Patrol, 20 cents on Black Poll, 


1,017 


60 




Insane Asylum, 2 do., and 6 do., 

Total amount, i 


1,035 


38 




<ip y, iao 


63 



1862-'63.] . Document No. 7. 

Year ending Sejptemher ZOth, 1861. 



133 



1861. 


No. 34.— GREEN COUNTY. 

Elu.8 Carr, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 143,680 
Valuation Land, |939,967 
Town Property, $20,555 

1 State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,691 


94 




Town Property, 


37 






■Polls, 


1,900 






[Interest, 


598 


24 




JDividend and Profit, 


10 


84 




Salaries and Fees, 


64 


50 




jStuds and Jacks, 


12 






E^istols and Knives, 


63 


75 




;Gold Watches, 


48 


27 




Silver Watches, 


24 


32 




Pianos, 


43 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 




76 




jRiding Vehicles, 


272 


45 




j Liquor Dealers, 


164 


59 




Note Shavers, 


69 


50 




jMerchants' Capital, 


291 


77 




Horse and Mule Drovers, 


6 






Patent Medicines, 


12 


11 




jMarriag3 License, 


12 


61 




'Mortgages and Deeds, 


3 


88 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


6 


79 




Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


1 


60 




$ 5,336 


51 










Poor, 8 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 16 cents per poll. 


$ 1,148 


73 




County Purposes, 25 do. and 1 do., 


4,726':)-i 




Schools, 5 do. and 10 do., 

Total amount, 


707 


68 




$ 6,583 


3.^ 



131 



Document Koi 7. 



[SesaioQ 



Comptroller's Refortfor the Fiscal 



1861. 


IVTo. 35.— GUILFORD COUNTY. 








Caleb A. Boon Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 404,582 








Valuation Land, $2,200,890 








Town Property, $358,775 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 3,965 


50 




Town property, 


647 


24 




Polls, 


2,904 






Interest, 


2,284 


10 




Dividend and Profit^ 


190 


20 




Salaries and Fees, 


552 


37 




Studs and Jacks 


144 






Buying and Sellrng Slaves^ 


204 


40 




Daguerreotypists, 


43 


85 




Pistols and Knives, 


3£ 


75 




G'ld Wat'es, $88.55; SiPr Wattes, $47.37; 


135 


92 




Pianos, $67.50; Plate and Jew'y, $32.33; 


99 


83 




Riding Vehicles, 


471 


07 




Liquor Dealers, 


963 


64 




Note Shavers, 


150 


10 




Merchants' Capital^ 


1,311 


53 




Pedlera, $40; Retailers, |60; 


100 






Exp's Co's, $10; H'e & W\q Dr', $146.94; 


156 


94 




Auct's, $3.18; Pat. Medicines, $28.46; 


31 


64 




Exhibitions for Reward, 


40 






Marriage License, 


• 146 


47 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


58 


20 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


57 


23 




Arrears for Ins't, 80c; Col. Des't, $34.40; 
Gross amaunt, 
County Taxes. 


35 


20 




$ 14,752 


18 










Poor, 10 cents per $100 value real estate, 








, and 20 cents per poll. 


$ 3,291 


97 




County Purposes, 12 do. and 44 do., 


4,707 


16 




Schools, 15 do. and 25 do., W & B poll, 


4,735 


75 




Public Buildings, 8 do. and 17 per poll, 


2,671 


42 




Insane Asylum, 2 do. and 4 do., 

Total amount, 


658 


39 




$ 16,064 


69 



i«62-''63.] 



Document iTo. 7. 



ts$ 



Year ending Septemher 30^A, 1861. 



1861 



No. 36.— HALIFAX COUNTY. 

James S. Snow, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 422,419 

Valuation Land, $3,274,4.32 

Town property, $129,135 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

jTown Property, 
IPolls, 
Interest, 

Dividend and Profit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
jGates and Ferries, 

!pist'ls(fcK' v's,$l 12.50;D'ks & Can's,86.25, 
JGold Watches, S143.87; Silver do., $38.09, 
jllarps, $2.50; Pianos, $114, 
iPlate and Jewelry, 
jPlaying Cards, 
iRiding Vehicles, 
iLiquor Dealers, 
[Note Shavers, 
iMerchants' Capital, 
[Retailers, $240; Bil'ird Ta'lc, 125, 
Express Companies, 
Ilorse ai'.d Mule Drovers, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 
Collateral Descents, 

Gross* amount, 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 3 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 12 cents per poll. 
County Purposes, 8 do. and 50 do., 
Schools, 3 do. and 8 do., 

Total amount, 



86 



665 
98195 
22531 
19 40 




136 



Document Ko. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


Ko. 37.— HAENETT COUNTY, 








Jas. K. Grady, Sheriff, 








Acres Land, 311,133 








Valuation Land, $655,069 








Town Property, $6,805 








State Taxes.- 








Land, 


$ 1,179 


13: 




Town Property, 


12 


24 




Polls, 


1,222140 




Interest, 


159 


80' 




Dividend and Profit^ 


8 


36 




Salaries and Fees, 


78 


80 




Studs and Jacks, 


30 






Gates and Ferries, 


33 


10' 




Pistols and Knives, 


26 


25 




Gold Watches, $17.34;, Silver do.,. $15.59, 


32 


93 




Harps, 


2 


50' 




Pianos, 


15 






Plate and Jewelry, 


4 


49* 




Riding Vehicles, 


135 


92: 




Liquor Dealers, 


62 


25 




Note Shavers, 


114 


25- 




Merchant's Capital, 


154 






Marriage License, 


46 






Mortgages and Deeds^ 


9 






Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 


8 


SC 




$ 3,334 


98' 










Poor, 9 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 27 cents per poll,- 


$ 1,048 


92- 




County purposes, 39 do., and do., 1.15 


4,511 


80 




Schools, 7 do., and 23 do., 


840 


56 




Public Buildings, 25 do. and 70 do.. 


2,829 91 




Patrol 15 cents per Black Poll, 


171 


75 




Insane Asylum, 2 do. and 5c. per poll. 

Total amount, 1 


216 


34 




$ 9,625 


37 



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DoCtlMKNT No. 7. 



137 



Year e 


nding September ZOth, 1861. 






1861. 










No. 38.— HAYWOOD COUNTY. 

Wm. Plemons, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 250,891 
Valuation Land, $116,227 
Town Property, $10,050 

State Taxes. 








ILand, 


$ 832 


45 




Town Property, 


21 


90 




Polls, 


468 


80 




Interest, 


83194 




Salaries and Fees, 


16 50 




Studs and Jacks, 


36 




Pistols and Knives, 


13 75 




Gold Watches, 


8 72 




Silver Watches, , 


9 78 




Pianos, 


8 




iRiding Vehicles, 


44 90 




ILiquor Dealers, 


9 50 




[Note Shavers, 


950 




[Merchants' Capital, 


143 


76 




Marriage License, 


9 


34 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


3 






'Deeds for Real Estate, 


2 


50 




iPrivileged Voters. 


4 


80 




Additional Return by former Sheriff, 
Gross amount, 


35 


49 




1 1,757 


63 




County Taxes. 








iPoor, 5 cents per $100 value real estate. 








and 15 cents per poll, 


% 3-22'93 




County purposes. 


1,652 33 




Schools, 

Total amount. 


885 




% 2,860 


26 



138 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 39.— HENDERSON COUNTY. 

Samuel M. Fletcher, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land. 330,326 
Vaiuartion Land, $1,378,517 
Town Property, $68,740 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,489 


61 




Town Property, 


123 


73 




Polls, 


1,159 


20 




Interest, 


379 


52 




Salaries and Fees, 


91 






Studs and Jacks, 


84 






Pistols and Knives, 


48 


75 




Dirks and Canes, 


3 


75 




Gold Watches, , 


35 


62 




Silver Watches, 


16 


76 




Harps, 


2 


50 




Pianos, $36 ; Plate & Jewelry, $34.08, 


70 


08 




Riding Vehicles, 


164 


04 




Liquor Dealers, 


119 


99 




Note Shavers, 


10 






Merchants' Capital, 


339 


94 




Private Bowling Alleys, 


10 






Private Billiard^Tables, 


25 






Patent Medicines, 


7 


87 




Marriage License, 


62 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


9 






Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount. 


^ 14 






S 5,266 


36 




County Taxes. 
Poor, \^ cents per $100 value real estate, 














and 4 cents per poll. 


% 251 


38 




County Purposes, 5 do., and 15 do.. 


942 


69 




v^chools, 5 do., and 15 do.. 


942 


69 




Jury, 2 do., and 6 do.. 

Total amount, 


377 


07 




$ 2,513 


83 



1S62-G3.] 



Document No. 7. 



139 



Year ending September BOth, 1861. 



No. 40.— HERTFORD COUNTY, 

Jackson B. Hake, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 194,018 

iyaluation Land, $1,053,891 

Town Property, $138,020 

State Taxes. 
ILand, $1,897.06; Town Prop'tv, $248.43, 
jPolls, §2,094.40; Interest, $1,234.68, 
Dividend and Profit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Ferries, 

Pistols and Knives, 
Dirks and Canes, 

Gold Watches, $63.25; Silver do., $16.58, 
Pianos, $70.50; Plate & Jewelry, $33.53, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 

Horse and Mule Drovers, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Marriage License, 
jMortgages and Deeds, 
jDeeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 



County Taxes. 

Poor, 8 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 30 cents per poll. 
County purposes, 13 do., and 48 do.. 
Schools, 4 do., and 20 do'. 

Patrol, 25 cents on -Slaves, 
Insane Asylum, 2 do., and 2 do., 



Total amount, 



198 



56 



;80 



62 




$ 6,41004 



140 



Document ^No. 7. 



[Session 



Co7nptroUer''s Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 41.— HYDE COUNTY. 

HiLLiAKD GiBBs, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 144,98'i' 
Valuation Land, $927,270.63 

State Taxes. 








Land, $1,670.59 ; Polls, $1,620.20, 


$ 8,290 


79 




Interest, 


311 


02 




Dividend and Profit, 


20 


96 




Salaries and Fees, 


83 






Studs and Jacks, 


24 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


16 


25 




Pistols &, Knives, 


53 


75 




Gold Watches, 


38 


33 




Silver Watches, 


11 


55 




Pianos, $12 ; Plate and Jewelry, $3.70, 


15 


70 




Riding Yehicles, 


168 


25 




Liquor Dealers, 


28438 




Note Shavers, 


lD9i66 




Commission on Commission Merchants, 


i70 




Merchants' Capital, 


26410 




Retailers, 


120t 




Horse and Mule Drovers, 


18! 




Marriage License, 


3830 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


13158 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


12:12 




Privileged Yoters, 


5 60 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount 
County Taxes. 


180 




i 5,0S0'54 










Poor, 10 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 20 cents per poll. 


$ 1,323 


31 




County purposes, 30 do. and 60 do.. 


3,96«J 


93 




Schools, 10 do. and 20 do., 


1,323 


31 




Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 25 cents per 








poll. 

Total amount, 


501 


31 




$ 7,117 


85 



lSG2-'63.] 



DoCUilEXT Xo. 



141 



Year ending SejHember SOth, 1861. 



1561. 



No. 42.— IKEDELL COUNTY. 






W. F. Wa8sox, Sheriff. 






.Acres Land, 357,277 






Valuation Land, $1,638,098 






IJowD Property, $142,198 






( State Taxes. 






Land, 


$ 2,905 


54 


Town Property, 


255 68 


•Polls, 


2,346 40 


i Interest, 


],5SS 


52 


Dividend and profit, 


9 


24 


(Salaries and Fees, 


143 


10 


Studs and Jacks, 


114 




'Bn\ing and selling Slaves, ^ 


151 


05 


Ferries, .$2.47; Pistols and Knives, $12.50, 


14 


97 


Dirks and Canes, 


1 


25 


Gold Watches, |66.17; Silver do., $37.24, 


103 


41 


Pianos, 


33 




Plate and Jewehy, 


9 


10 


Riding Vehicles, 


820 


54 


Liquor Dealei's, 


124 


59 


INote Shavers, 


37 


60 


Merchant's Capital, 


612 


45 


Retailers, 


30 




I Bowling Alleys, 


50 




Horse and Mule Drovers, 


5 


80 


iPatent Medicines, 


5 


25 


iUvy St'bl's, $25; Mar'ge License, $98.94, 


123 


94 


[Mortgages and Deeds, 


7 


76 


Deeds for Real Estate, 


16 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 


10 


14 


S 9,012 


33 


rVlI'^NTV T'a'Y'P'^ 






Poor, 3 cents per $100 value real estate, 






and cents per poll. 


$ 836 


10 


County Purposes, IS do. and 43 do., 


4,648 


22 


jSchoois 5 do. and 14 do.. 


1,360 


01 


Insane Asylum, 1 do., and 4 do., 


312 


19 


1 

Total amount, 


§ 7,156 


52 



142 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Heportfor the Fiscal 



18j1. 



No. 43.— JACKSON COUNTY, 



E. D. Davis, Sheriif. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 

State Taxes. 

Land, 

Town Property, 

Polls, 

Interest, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Pistols and Knives, 

Gold Watches, 

Silver do., 

Pianos, 

Pidmg Vehicles, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Merchants' Capital, 

Exhibitions for Reward, 

Marriage License, 



449,667 
$434,394,16 

$10,500 



Gross amount, 



County Taxes, 

Poor, 8-i- cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 25 cents per poll, 
County purposes, 27f do., and 83 do., 
Schools, 8| do., and 25 do., . 

Total amount, 



$ 2,704 



18G2-'63.] 



BocrcMENT Xo. 7. 



143 



Year ending September ZOih, 1861. 



18<j1. 



:t^-o. 44.-^JOHXSTON COUII^TY, 
West Massey, Tax Collector. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



491,719 

$1,690,00.5 

$60,223 



State Taxes. 



Land, $3,042.12 ; Town Prop'ty, $108.40 ; 

Polls, $2,880.80; Literest, $1,223.78, 

Dividend and Protit, 

jSal's & Fees, $120.11 ; St'ds & J'ks, $80 ; 

jBnying and Selling Slaves, 

Pistols and Knives, 

Dirks and Canes, 

Gold Watches, $57.95 ; Silver do., $32.17, 

Pianos, $48 ; Plate 6: Jewelry, $14.60, 

Playing Card?, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Note Shavers, 

Merch'ts Capital, $344.17 ; Retailers $30, 

Patent Medicines, 

Marriage License, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 

Deeds for Real Estate, 

Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 



County Taxes. 

Poor, 6 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 15 cents per poll. 
County purposes, 25 do., and 30 do.. 
Schools, 9 do., and 10 do., 

Total amount, 



453 3, 



)io 



9,011 



144: 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Treasurer's Report for the tioo liscal 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



No. 45.— JONES COUNTY, 
J. H. Netheecut, Sheriif. 



209,972f: 

$798,558.80i 
$20,050 



State Taxes. 



Land, $1,445.40 ; Town Prop'y, $36.09, 

Polls, $1,594.40 ; Interest, $675.70, 

Dividend and Profit, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Pistols and Knives, 

Gold Watches, $38.50 ; Silver, do., $18.74, 

Pianos, $10.50; Plate & Jewelry, $2,80, 

Riding Yehicles, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Note Shavers, 

Merchants' Capital, 

Retailers, 

Horse and Mule Drovers, 

Patent Medicines, 

Privileged Voters, 

Marriage License, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 

Deeds for Real Estate, 

Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount. 

County Taxes. 

County Purposes 5 cents per $100 value 
real estate, and 15 cents per poll, 

Schools, 6 do., and 15 do., per white and 
and Black poll. 

Patrol 25 cts. per black poll, 




1,91318 



IS62-'63.] 



DoCUMRNT No. 



145 



Year ending Septemher ZOtky 1861. 



1861. 



No. 46.— LENOIR COUNTY. 

William Fields, Slieriff. 
Acre8 Land, 243,805* 

Valuation Land, $1,478,900 

iTown Property, $121,537 

i State Taxr&. 

ILand, $2,668.74 ; Town Prop'tv, $218.76, 
jPolls, $2,520.80 ; Interest, $1,2\^5.37, , 
jDivideud and Proiit, I 

iSalaries and Fees, 
iStuds and Jacks, 
[Pistols and Knives, 
JDirks and Canes, 

jGold Watches, !§i72.50 ; SFvr do., $38.41, 
IPianos, $90; Plate and Jewelry. $21.05, 
{Playing Cards, 
Riding Vehicles, 
[Liquor Dealers, 
|Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Ca})ital, 
Pedlers, $80 ; Retailers, $270, 
Bowl'g Alley, $50 ; BilPrd Tables, S125,|; 
Horse aiid Mule Drovers, {j 

Livery Stables, $50; Liquor Pedlers, $40,'j 
Exhibitions for Reward. ;' 

iMarriage License, ij 

{Mortgages and Deeds, j' 

jDeeds for Real Estate, }! 

Distress, $37.50; Privileged Voters, $4, i 



CouxTY Taxes. 

valuf* rpal estate,. 



Poor, 4 cents per ^,...,^ 
and 16 cents per poll. 
County Purjxjses, 8 do., and 32 do., 
iSchools, 3 do., and 12 <!"., 

Public buildings 2 do., and 8 do., 
:Railroad, 20 do., and 80 do., 

■War purposOH. 12 do., and 50 do., 



9,887 i.50 
3,776ilT 

26|28 
163!30 
119 

81 
625 
110 
111 
4 
288 
488 
143 
647 
350 
175 

r^6 

90] 

lo! 

441C2 
131.58 
32i01 
41150 



91 
05 
20 

50 
11 
13 



9 



Grosp amount. i|$ 9,666'26 



1 136121 

2,272143 

84940 

508; l(t 

5,6S1'09 

3,472il5 



Doc. No. 7.J 



10 



T>tal auiouiit. S 13,979,35 



146 



Document No. 



i'Session 



Conijplroller* 8 Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


* No. 47.— LINCOLN (!OUNTY. 

L. II. LowBANCE, Sheriif. 

Acres Land, 183,617 
Valuation Land, $1,140,052; 
Town Property, $150,818 
State Taxes. 








Land, $2,052.22 ;T'wn IVty, $271.48, 


$ 2,323 


70 




Polls, $1,248.40 ; Interest, |84D.48 


2,097 


88 




Dividend and Prolit, 


147 


52 




Salaries and Fees, 


172 


63 




Studs and Jacks, 


40 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


10 


57 


Fei'ries, 30c. ; Pistols >k Knives, $16.25, 


16 


55 


Gold Watches, $28.75 ; Silver do., $15.18 


43 


93 


Pianos, $36 ; Plate and Jewelry, $18.66, 


54 


m 


Riding 'Vehicles, 


156 


40 




Liquor Dealers, 


118 


27 




Note Shavers, 


31 






Merchants' Capital, 


531 


18 




Retailers, 


120 




iPatent Medicines, 


15 


93 


Marriage License, 


35 


S9 


Mortgages and Deeds, 


11 


64 


I Deeds for Keal Estate, 


14155 




Privileged Voters, 


3 


20 




iSubjecrs Unlisted, 




14 


_ 


Delinquents for 1850, 


3 


56 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 


10 






$ 5,959 


20 




County Taxes. 
Poor, 8| cents per $100 value real estate, 














j and 9 cents per poll. 


% 597 


75 




County purposes 10 do. and 20 do., 
Schools, 5 do. and 15 do.. 


1,615 






888 


50 




'Public Puildings, (Bridge,) 2-J do., and 4 








j do.. 

Insane Asylum, 1 do. and 2 do., 


387 






161 


50 



Total amount. 



3, 649175 



1SG2-'C3.] 



DocrMEN'T iS'o. 7. 



Year eliding Scptemher "of/i, 18GI. 



1861. 



No. 4S,— MACOM COUNTY, 
James G. Gray, Tax Collector. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
jTown Property, 



350,375 
$334,473 

$30,385^ 



State Taxes. 



;Land, 

iTowu PropGrty, 
jPolls, 
jlnterest, 

Salaries and Fees, 
jStuds and Jacks, 
! Pistols and Knive=^. 
!Gold Watciies, 
[Silver Watchea. 
tPiauos, 

! Plate and Jewelry, 
I Riding Veliicles, 
[Liquor Dealers, 
I Note Shavers, 
JMerchants' Capital, 
fPatent Medicines, 
jMarriage License, 
I Mortgages and Deeds, 
[Deeds for Real Estate, 



Gross amon.i; 



j County Taxfs. 

Poor, 8-^ cents per ^100 value roal o,r,f;ite. 

and 25 cents per poll, 
Count}' purposes. 23^ do., and 45 do. 
Schools. S| do., and 25 d 

Total amou " 



G04 

54 

726 

117 

29 



?6 

n i'i : 

12 5 V 



07 
G9 

40 
01 
10 



1 

1 


1 


25 


i 
1 


38 


57 


i: 
1' 


49 


3e 




61 


2G 


1 


172 


90 




2 


02 


li 


50 


44 


II 
1 


15 


52 




9 


21 


8 


2,072 


82 


* 

*' 


521 


71 




1,250 


Oi 




52{J 


4H 


^ 


<■> 900 


\^ 



BoctrsiENt Ko. T. 



[Sessieffl 



Comptroller'' s Eeport for the Fiscal 



1861. 



No. 49.— MADISON COUNTY. 
H. B. Deaveb, Tax Colleetor, 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 

State Taxes.- 

Land, 

Town Propert}^^ 

Polls, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Gold Watches, 

Silver Watches, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Merchants Capital, 

Pedlers, 

Retailers J 

Mortgages and Deeds. 

Subjects Unlisted, 



233,983 

$336,279 

$4,500 



Gross amoTi&t,' 



CduKTY Tai:^. 
County and other Piirpose&i 



$ l,o64'c}2 



i«62-'e3.] 



DoCtTMENT No, 7. 



149 



Year ending Ssptetnher 30^ A, 1861. 



1861. 


Na 50.— MAHTIN COCJNTY. 








Wm T. Orawfoed, Sheriff. 


1 
1 

1 






Acres Land, 255,389^ 








'Valuation Land, $1,211,680.16 








ITown Property, $146,612 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,182 


06 




Town Property, 


266 


96 




Polls, 


2,233 


00 




ilnterest, 


998 


32 




Dividend and Profit, 


9 


92 




Salaries and Fees, 


157 


76 




Studs and Jacks, 


25 


20 




Buying and Selling Slaves, 


245 


32 




Pistols and Knives, 


68 


75 


*. 


Gold Watches, $62.40; Silver do., $38.74, 


101 


14 




Pianos, $51; Plate & Jewelry, $20.68, 


71 


58 




Play'g Cards, $12.60; Pwid'gVeh. $278.75, 


291 


35 




Liquor Dealers, 


2,046 


85 




Note Shavers, $75.08; Mer. Capi'l$626.11 


701 


19 




Retailers, 


270 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


33 


75 




Patent Medicines, 


15 


60 




Marriage Lie. $43; Mortgs. & Deeds $12, 


55 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


13 






jPrivileged Voters, 


7 


20 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


77 


27 




$ 9,871 


82 










jPoor, 4 cents per ^100 value real estate, 








and 14 cents per poll, 


$ 925 


81 




County Purposes, 6 do. and 20 do., 
Schools, 4 do. and 16 do., 

Total amount. 


1,35966 




98393 


. 


$ 3,269 


49 



Document Xo. T. 



[Session 



CotnpiroUer'^s Report for the I'iscat 



No. 51.-~McD0WELL COUNTY. 
Isaac A. Heel, Sheriff. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 

State Taxes. 

Land, 

Town Property, 
Polls, 
Interest, 

Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Pistols and Knives. 
Gold Watches, 
Silver Watches, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Merchant's Capital, 
Marriag-e License, 
Deeds for Real Estate^ 
llPriviieged Voters,, 



193,965 

$732,004 
$25,600 



Gross amount, 



County Taxes. 

Poor, 

County Purposes, 

Schools, 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 



1875 



Total amount, 1$ 2,690 76 




t802-'63.] 



D(1CU1VIENT No. 



151 



Yeai' ending Sejytemher 30^/i, 1861. 



L861. 


No. 62.— MECKLENBURG COUNTY. 

W. W. Grier, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 311,608 
iValuation Land, $2,002,803 
|Town ProFerty, $481,685 
State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 3,604 


13 




Town Property, $867.03; Polls, $3,524, 


4,391 


03 




Int't', $3,394.80 ; Div'd & Pro't, $276.92, 


3,671 


72 




Sal's & Fe's, $635.32; Studs 6^ Jacks, $124, 


759 


32 




Bnj^ing and selling Slaves, 


25 






Da^c'tvpists, .$9; Pistols and Ku'es, $12.50, 


21 


50 




Gold \Vatclie8, $162.94; Silver do., $47.02, 


209 


96 




Pianos, $1 00.50; Plate & Jewelry, #04.07, 


164 


57 




Playing Cards, 


12 


25 




Riding Vehicles, 


472 


71 




Liquor Dealers, 


2,392 


24 


% 


Note Shavers, 


' 44 


10 




Merchant's Capital, 


1,686 


46 




Retailers, $270; Billiard Tables, $125, 


395 






Insur'ce Co's, $600; Exp. Comp's, $10, 


610 






Eorse and Mule Drovers, 


63 


15 




Liv'y St'bl's, $25; Exbib'ns for Rew'd $10, 


35 






Marriage License, 


113 


49 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


. 72 


75 




Privileged Voters, 


8 






Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 


168 


93 




$ 18,921 


31 




f^nTT"NrTv 'pAYTra 








Poor, 6 cents per ^100 value real estate, 








and 15 cents per poll, 


$ 2,145 


39 




County Purposes, 9 do. and 25 do., and 








1 per cent, on F'oreign Liquors, 


3,403 


99 




Schools 5 do. and 10 do.. 


1,677 


95 




Rail Road, 20 do. and 40 do., "j 








50c. on Pianos; If on Plate & Jewelry, 








Ic. on Carriages, 5c. on For'gn Liquors, 








2c. on Domestic Liquors, J 


7,918 


81 




Total amount, 


$ 15,146 


14 



U2 



1861. 



"0OCUMBIST No. 7. [SeSSTOD 

Comptroller's Bepoiifor tJie Fiscal 



No. 53.— MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

A. H. Sanders, Sheriff. 

'Acres Land, 268,637 

Valuation Land, $591,581 

Town Property, $8,666 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
Polls, 
Interest, 

Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Toll Gates, 
Pistols and Knives^ 
Dirks and Canes, 
Gold Watches, 
Silver Watches, 
Pianos, 

Playing Cards, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Horse and Mule Drovers, 

Gross amount. 

County Taxes. 

Poor, 6 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 15 cents j>er poll, 
County Purposes, 16 do. and 30 do., 
Schools, 4 do. and 15 do.. 
War Purposes, 

Total amount, 




l862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



153 



Year ei 


iding September 30tA, 1861. 






1861. j 
1 


No. 54.-MOORE COUNTY. 

Kenneth H. Worthy, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 508,485 
Valuation Land, $1,115,700 
Town Property, $32,966 








Statk Taxes 






iLand, | 


$ 1,979 


94 




Town Property, 


59 


33 




Polls, 


1,560 






Interest, 


315 


12 




Dividend & Profit, 


16 


12 




Salaries and Fees, 


41 






Studs and Jacks, 


60 




iBujing and Selling Slaves, 
Toll Bridges and Gates, 


63 


01 


60 




iPistols and Knives, 


25 






Gold Watches, 


25 


28 




Silver Watches, 


27 


53 




Pianos, 


4 


50 




iPlate & Jewelry, 


175 




[Riding Vehicles, 


242 87 




iLiquor Dealers, 


240 


38 




Note Shavers, 


31 


25 




Merchants' Capital, 


239 


10 




1 Retailers, 


30 






Patent Medicines, 


4 


47 




Marriage License, 


85 


35 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


9 


70 




Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount, 


4 


85 




$ 5,066 


03 




County Taxes. 








Poor, 8 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 20 cents per poll, 


$ 1,33013 




County Purposes, 20 do. and 60 do., 
Schools, 6 do., and 20 do., 


3,530 93 




1,100 


41 




Patrol, 15 cents per Black Poll, 

Total amount. 


j 152 


^ 




'$ 6,113 


57 



154 



D<1CUMENT No. 7. 



[Session 



Comi?tTolU'i^s Report for ike J^iscai 



1801. 


No. 55.— NASH COUNTY. 

N. W. Cooper, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 318,356 

Valuation Land, $1,515,858 

Town property, $10,425 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


% 2,733 


01 




Town Property, 


18 


76 




Polls, 


2,406 


40 




Interest, 


1,858 


79 




Dividend and Profit, 


194 


67 




Salaries and Fees, 


98 


63 




Studs and Jacks, 


20 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


23 


50 




Daguerreotypists, 


3 






Pistols and Knives, 


101 


25 




Dirks and Canes, 


5 






Gold Watches, $56.30; Silver do,, $21.39, 


77 


69 




Pianos, 


34 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


17 


04 




Playing Cards, 


2 


80 




Riding Vehicles, 


275 


05 




Liquor Dealers, 


660 


87 




Note Shavers, 


1,042 


76 




Merchants' Capital, 


364 


64 




Retailers, 


60 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


11 


85 




Auctioneers, 




20 




Patent Medicines, 


9 


80 




Marriage License, 


47 


53 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


16 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


17 






Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount. 


6 


40 




$ 10,107 


14 




County Taxes. 














Poor, 8 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 19 cents per poll, 


$ l,812i52 




County Purposes, 10 do. and 25 do., 


2,305i64 




Schools, 8 do. and 19 do., 

1 Total amount, 


1,800 


74 




% 5,918 


90 



l"56i;-"6o.] 



Document Nd. T. 



155 



Year etiding Sdjjte^nher 30iA, 1861. 



1861. 



No. 56.— NEW HANOVER COUNTY. 

W. T. J. Vann, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 503,392 

Valuation Laud, $1,618,860 

Town Property, $3,056,936 

State Taxes. 
Land, $2,926.92; T'n Propt>, $5,502.48, 
Polls, $4,888.80; Interest, $1,236.,80, 
Dividend and Profit, 
Sal's & Fees, $2,330.35 ; Std's & J'ks, $34, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Ferries, $37.90 ; Pistols & Knives, $120, 
Gold Watches, $330.87 ; Silver do. $45.12, 
Harps, $2.50 ; Pianos, $240, 
Plate & Jew'y, $247.36; P'g Cards, $3.50, 
Rid'g Veh's, $337; Liq'r De's, $5,727.01, 
|Note Shavers, 

jCoramissions on Commission Merchants, 
{Merchants' Capital, 
iPedlers, $120 ; Retailers, $300, 
iCircus, $75 ; Bowling Alleys, $50, 
jBilliard Tables, $375^; Ins.'Comp's, $300, 
jEx. Co's, $10 ; H. it M. Drovers, $27.70, 
Livery Stables, $75 ; Brokers, $500, 
Auct's $116.71; Pa't. Medicines, $160.70, 
Exhib's for Rew'd $20; M. License|jl41.25 
Mortgages and Deeds, • 
Deeds for R. Estate, $64.51; P.Voters,$16 

Gross araonnt, 

County Taxes. 

Poor, 6 cents ]ier $100 value real estate, 

and 15 cents per poll, 
County purposes, 11 do., and 80 do., 
Schools, 8 do., and 22 do., 

Patrol, 6 do., 

Insane Asylum, 2 do., and 5 do., 
Armory, 6 do., and 50 do., 

Tutal amount, 



8,429 

6,125 

901 

2,364 

378 

157 

375 

242 

250 

6,064 

100 

1,379 

6,198 

420 

125 

675 

37 

575 

277 

141 

38 

80 



$ 35,3 iO 



3,699 
9,968 
5,054 
364 
1,233 
5,823 

$ 26,143 



40 
60 
98 
35 
71 
90 
99 
50 
86 
01 
27 
61 
35 



70 

41 
25 

80 
51 



20 



84 
23 
47 
02 
28 
29 

13 



156 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Treasxvrer's ilepwt for the two Hscal 



1861. 


No. 57.— NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 

S. A. Warren, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 331,258 
Valuation Land, $2,293,854 
Town Property, $44,360 

State Taxes. 








Land, $4,129.84 ; Town Prop'y, $79.85, 


$ 4,209 


69 




Polls, $3,427.20 ; Interest, $1,591.60^ 


5,018 


80 




Dividend and Profit, 


92 


68 




Salaries and Fees, 


259 


38 




Studs and Jacks, 


102 






Daguerreotypist, 


5 






iGates and Ferries, 


139 


50 




1 Pistols and Knives, 


141 


25 




Dirks and Canes, 


7 


50 




Gold Watches, $91.70 ; Silver, do., $34.37, 


126 


07 




Pianos, $54; Plate & Jewelry, $33.92, 


87 


92 




Playing Cards, $2.45; R. Vehicles $434.40 


436 


85 




Liquor Dealers, 


1,118 


86 




Note Shavers, 


31 






Merchants' Capital, 


502 


92 




Retailers, 


120 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


22 


16 




Marriage License, 


55 


29 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


31 


04 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


32 


01 




Privileged Voters, 


4 


80 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 


36 


12 




$ 12,580 


85 










Poor, 5 cents per $100 value real estate,! 






and 20 cents per poll, 


$ 2,085 


80 




County Purposes, 10 do., and 50 do., 


4,629 


79 




Schools, 5 do., and 15 do., 


1,856 


70 




Patrol 10 cts. per poll. 

Total amount. 


358 50 




% 8,930 


79 



l8t>2-'63.] 



h 



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Ko. 7. 



167 



Yew ending September 30^A, 1861. 



1861. 



No. 68.— ONSLOW COUNTY. 

W. D. HoMPHKEY, Sheriff. 
Acres Land. 321,519 

Valuation Land, $750,342 

Town Property, $31,470 

State Taxes^ 
Land, 

Town Property, 
Polls, 
Interest, 

Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Daguerreotypists, 
Gates, 

Pistols and Knivesj 
Dirks and Canes, 
Gold Watches, 
Silver Watches, 
Pianos, 

Plate & Jewelry,- 
iRiding Vehicles, 
(Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Capital,- 
Retailers, 

Horse and Mule Drovers, 
Patent Medicines, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Collateral Descents, 

Gross amount, 

i County Taxes. 

iPoor, 33 cents per $100 value real estate, 

I and 11 cents per poll, 

'County Purposes, 24 do., and 8 do., 

j'Schools, 18 do., and 6 do., 

'Public Buildings, 30 do., and 10 do., 



1,35061 



Total aiuount; 




5,167i01 



158 



DoCDMENT No. 7. 



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Comptroller's Report for the J' i seal 



369,189 
,152,114 

:^>8,825 



No. 59.— ORANGE COUNTY 
EicHARD M. Jones, Sheriff 
Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Propertj'-, 

Statl: Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 

Polls, $3,271.20 ; Literest, $1,735.70, 
Dividend and Profit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Pistols & I^nives 

Gold Watches, $86.85 ; Silver do., $54.17, 
Pianos, $101 ; Plate and Jewelry, $48.29, 
Playing Cards, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merch'ts' Cap'l, $989.64; Ret'lers, .$210, 
Express Companies, 
Ilorse and Mule Drovers, 
Auctioneers, 

Patent Medicines, $99.07 ; Dentists, $10 
Exhibitions for Reward, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Distress, 

Privileged Voters, 
Subjects Unlisted, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 10 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 20 cents per poll. 
County purposes, 5 do. and 20 do.. 
Schools 4, do. and 20 do., 

Jnsane Asylum, 3 do. and 10 do.. 

Total amount. 



3,908j82 



06 



679 
98 45 




8,359 



lSG2-'d3.] 



DocuME^T Ko. 7. 



159 



Year ending SejpUnibcr '30t/i, 1861. 



1861. 



No. 60.— PASQUOTANK COUNTY, 

S. D. Makham, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 103,4531 

IValuation Land, $1,167,975 

jTown Property, $264,705 

1 State Taxes. 

jLand, 

Town Property, 
Polls, 
jlnterest, 

[Salaries and Fees, 
]Studs and Jacks, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Toll Gates, 
Pistols and Knives, 
Dirks and Canes, 
Gold Watches, 
{Silver Watches, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
iJRiding Vehicles, 
IJLiquor Dealers, 
IINote Shavers, 
jjMercliant's Capital, 
jj Retailers, 
jiBowling Alleys, 
ILivery Stables, 
Horse and Mule Drovers, 
Patent Medicines, 

Gross amount, 
• CocNTY Taxes. 
Poor, 10 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 24 cents per poll. 
County purposes, 17 do., and 30 do.. 
Schools, 10 do., and 26 do.. 
Insane Asylum, 3 do., and 5 do., 
Jury Tax, 5 do., and 10 do., 



2,102 

476 

1,553 

627 

239 

22 

72 

- 15 

67 



35 
47 
QO 
47 
39 

75 

50 



625 
6033 



12 

48 

39 

233 

987 



49 

27 
14 
15 



268i50 
70829 
240 

50 

50 
123 

23 39 



$ 8,016 



1,898 

3,018 

1,937 

526 

910 



34 



76 
16 
60 
90 
54 



Total amount. ,;? S,29J;9t> 



160 



Document No. 



[Sessiofi 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 61.— PERQUIMANS COUNTY. 






JoBiAK B. White, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 154,625 








Yaluation Land, $983,516 








Town t*roperty, $60,110 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,77027 




Town Property, 


108 


20 




Polls, 


1,853 


GO 




Interest, 


937 


30 




Dividend and Profit, 


3 


52 




Salaries and Fees, 


170 


60 




Studs and Jacks, 


31 






Daguerreotjpists, 


1 


50 




Toll Bridges, 


2 


50 




Pistols and Knives, 


26 


25 




Gold Watches, 


52 


60 




Silver Watches, 


12 


85 




Pianos, 


31 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


14 


77 




Riding Vehicles, 


192 


30 




Liquor Dealers, 


390 


95 




Note Shavers, 


50 






Commissions on Commission Merchants, 


6 


25 




Merchants' Capital, 


425 


42 




Retailers, 


30 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


52 


30 




Marriage License, 


40 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


22 


08 




Privileged Voters. 

Gross amount, 




80 




$ 6,226 


56 




County Taxes. 
Poor, 6| cents per $100 value real estate. 














and 18 cents per poll, 


$ 1,000 






Schools, 4^ do., and 13^ do.. 


750 






Patrol 25 cents on Black Poll, 

Total amount, 


468 






$ 2,218 





1S(52-^63.J 



Document Ko. T 



IGl 



Year cmding Septcmler ZQih, 1861, 



ISGl. 



No. 62.— PEKSOX COUNTY, 
William U. Smith, Sheriff. ., 

l| Acres Land, 23S,484'| 

i.VVination Land, $l,4o9,042i: 

•jt'own Property, $2i»,105| 

Ij . State Taxes. j 

:Laiid, 

'iTown Property, { 

■Polls, ■ ; 

,, Interest, 
['Dividend and Profit, 

Salaries and Fees, j 

:,Stnds and Jacks, 

iiiuvin": and Sellin": Slaves. [ 

jPistols and Knives, i 

IDirks and Canes, i 

'!Gold Watches, aiLSO; Silver do., ^24.19, 

Pianos, 

i'Plate and Jewelry, i 

!!Playing Cards, i 

Riding Vehicles, 
' Ijiqnf>r Dealers, 

Xote Shavers, 

;Merclrts' Capital, $320.80 ; Uetallers, $00,; 

riorse and Mule Drovers, 

'Auctioneers, i 

Patent Medicines, '' 

'Marriage License, i 

Mortgages antl Deeds. 

Deeds for Real Estate. 
|Distress, 

privileged Voters, i 

Arrears for Lisolvents. !' 



2,59678 
523^^ 
2,672: 
1.21406 
314 20 
99 80 
C>9- 
10 50 
17'5U 
125 
65'41 
80 

1614 

735 

331 37 

(;i2 3-i 

119:50 

4198n 

21:4-1 

5(M 

Krih. 

52 

ISi 

12'5o 

01. > 

|80 

4i2(> 

8,78ri33 



(.ii'oas amount, • 
County Ta>;ks. 
Poor, 4 cents per §100 value real estate,; i 

I and 13 cents per poll, s ^ l/)11|5o 

•County purpose-^, 2 do., and 19 do,, ' 93016=: 



Schools, 2 do., and 8 do. 
Doc. No. 7.] 



55^173 



Total amount, 
11 



'fp 2,498'91 



16: 



Document No. Y. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' s Report for the Fiscal 



j^o. 03.— PITT COUNTY, j 

JosiAH Hodges, Sheriff. l 

Acres Land, 371,999, 

Valuation Land, $2,070,427 

Town Propert}^ $97,303 

State Taxes. * I 

Land, 

Town Property, 

iPolls, $4,158.40 ; Literest, $1,457.48, 
Dividend and ProHf, 
Salaries and i'ees, 
Stnds and Jacks, 
Bnying and Sellinf^ S!aves, 
Pistols and Knives, 
Dirks and Canes, 
Gold Watches, 
i'Silver Watches, 

I Pianos, $43.50 ; Plate & Jewelry, $22.38, 
Playing Caids, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
N"te Shavers, 

Mercli'ts' Capital, $729.23 ; Pedlers, $40, 
Retailers, ."$150; Billiard Tables, $125, 
florse and Mule Drovers, 
Livery Stables, 
Exhibitions for Reward, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 
Subjects Unlisted, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 
County purposes, 52 cents per ,^100 value 

real estate, and $2.23 per poll, 
Support of Volunteers, 24 do., and $L10 
do., 

Total amount. 



I 



. 175 


25 


5,015 


88 


2811 


10 


230 


40 


42 




190 


19 


121 


■25 


10 




112 


50 


39 


52 


05 


S8 


2 


45 


461 


05 


1,234 


27 


384 


10 


769 


23 


275 




10 


10 


25 




1(» 




SI 


48 


11 


64 


30 


^Q 


4 




1 


50 


79 


28 


$ 14,022 


00 


$ 21,992 


08 


10,517 


41 


$ 82,ol(. 


09 



1862-'63.] 



Document Ko. 



163 



Year ending Septemher SOth^ 1861. 



1861. 



Xo. 61.— POLK county; i 

J. L. Ward, Sheriff, 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town PropGri}^ 



139,319 

84:37,126 
$18,093 



State Taxes. 



Land, 

Town Property, 
jPoils, 
jlnterest, 

[Salaries and Fees, 
iStuds and Jacks, 
Datrnerreot3'pists, 
i Gal OS and Bridges, 
i^Pistols and Knives, 
IjGolJ Watches, 
Silver Watches, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
'jiliding Yehicles, 
iLiquor Dealers, 
lINote Shavers, 
Mercliaiits Capital, 
Retailers, 
Marriage License, 
Subjecs Unlisted, 



53214 

32i56 



374 


80 


54 


20 


16 




46 




10 




30 




11 


25 


10 


80 


4 




3 






82 


39 


36 


3244 


]:64 


45101 


601 


3650 


11 


10 



I Gross amount, I'S 1,35 1J68 

I County Taxes. " j 

! I 

;Poor, 12 cents per §100 value real estate,!" | 

j and 36 cents per poll, ' }'$ 744^34 

:County purposes, 20 do., and 60 do., \ 1,242|23 

'Schools, 4 do., and 10 do., ii 24844 

Insane Asylum, 4 do., and 12 do., ! 248144 



Total amount, fl 2,433!45 



104 



Document Xa. 



[Session 



Comj^trolleT'' 8 Reijortfor the Fiscal 



lS6l 



I I^o. 58.— EANDOLPH COUNTY. 

I' JosEni W. Steed, Sherifl'. 

j Acres Land. • 463,581 

;: Valuation Land, $1,806,887 

Town Property, $55,737 

I' State Taxes. 

Land, 

jTown Property, 
iPolls, 
|;Interest, 

■;Dividend and Prolit. 
;;Salaries and Fees, 
i Stnds and Jacks, 
'Pistols and Knives. 
jiGold Watches, 
ijSilver Watches, 
jjPianos, 

Plate & Jewelry, 

Ridinf^ Vehicles, 
I Liquor Dealers, 
■Note Shavers, 
; Merchants' Capital, 

Retailers, 
i Iloise and Mule Drovers, 

Patent Medicines, 
[Dentists, 
;| Marriage License, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 

Deeds for Ileal Estate, 
iiOollateral Descents, 

Gross ainount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 3 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 10 cents per poll, 
iOoontv Purposes, 3 do., and 19 do., 
I Schools, S do.', and 22 do., 

Lisane Asvlnm, 1 do., and 4 do.. 



3,254 
100 

1,900 

976 

94 



04 
32 

80 
48 
40 



159 90 
151 



21 



25 



35i08 

27!32 

18: 

3120 
251:27 

47i27 

58;05 

49'6l90 



SO 


:9o 


46 90 


10; 


|. 86:33 


I 30,10 


32:98 


2' 


\% 7,334:55 



813;30 
1,04487 
1,949.02 

288*27 



Total amount. 



"^ 4.C0555 



1862-^63.] 



Document No. 



165 



Year ending Sejytemler oOth, 1S61, 



1861. 



Xo. G6.— RICHMOND COUNTY. | 

i 
Joim A. Long, Sheriff. ' 

Acres Land, 455,808 

Valuation Land, $1,219,381 

llTown Property, $10,040| 

I State Taxks. i 

jlLand, j 

'Town property, ! 

iiPolls,^ ^ I 

Interest, 1 

Dividend and Profit, 

I Salaries and Fees, ! 

i Studs and Jacks I 

jiBuying and Selling Slaves, 
IjGates and Ferries, 
liPistols and Knives, 

Gold Watches. S46.80; Silver do., .$31.80, 

Pianos, $30 Plate and Jew'y^ $31.19, 

Hiding Yebicles, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Note Shavers, 
llMerchants' Capital, 

Retailers, 

Horse & Mule Drovers, 

Patent Medicines, 

Marriage License, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 

Deeds tor Real Estate, 

Privileged Voters, 

iLaurel Hill Fair Tax, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxios. 
i'Poor, 7 cents per $luO value real estate, 
J and 16 cents per poll, 
;;County Purposes, 11 do. and 37 do., 
Schools, 5 do. and 15 do., 
[insane Asylum, 2 do. and 7 do., 
j Railroad, 15 do., and CO do., 

1 Total amount. 



\$ 



2,i94i91 

18:07 
2,54&| 
717192 



872 
160 
28 
62 
54 
57 
78 
61 



80 
75 

32 

90 

50 

60 

19 

317126 

279141 

22190 

382! 17 

60 

35 

,50 

29; 10 

5:82 

10!l9 

4i 
43' 

1$ 8,044*31 



1,378 o:, 

2,547 3^ 
1,092^1 •_> 

471 1)'; 

3,458 1! 

8,94&;1L 



16G 



Document No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Jb'iscal 



imi. 



^0. CT.— KOBESON COUNTY. 
Eeuben King, Sheriff. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town property, 



637,887 

$1,482,485 

$35,065 



State Taxes. 



Land, 

Town Property, 

Polls, 

Interest, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

|Toll Bridges. 

Pistols and Knives, 

Dirks and Canes, 

Gold Watches, $43.57; Silver do.,$2L38, 

Pianos, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Merchants' Capital, 

Retailers, 

Patent Medicines, 

Horse and Mule Drovers, 

Liquor Pedlers, 

Gross amount. 



County Taxes. 

Poor, 6 cents per $100 value real estate 

and 18 cents per poll. 
County Purposes, 8 do. and 24 do., 
Schools, 6 do. and 18 do.. 
Public Buildings, 17 do,, and 51 do., 
Jury, 3 do., and 9 do., 



2,667 

64 

2,980 

763 

108 

60 

1 

33 

5 

64 



93 
19 

05 

84 



io 

95 

4'50 

410'57 

13879 

1(8!22 
90 




$ 10,635,8 



18G2-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



18- 




Tear ending Septemher 30M, 1861. 

ib^i"! 

;! No. 6S.— EOCIvIXGIIAM COUNTY, 
j Walter Smith, Slieritf. 

11 Acres Land, 349,202 

ij Valuation Land, $3,148,15] 

Town Property, ^96,607 

jl Statk Taxes. 

iJLand, 

jTown Property, 
'Polls, 
Interest, 

i Dividend and Profit, 
jSalai'ies and Fees, 
iStuds and Jacks, 
iBnying and Selling Slaves, 
!Toll Bridges and Gates, 
i'Pistols and Knives, 
ilGold Watches, $80.91 
!: Pianos, 

i Plate and Jewelry, 
(Riding Vehicles, 
I Liqnor Dealers, 
ilNote Shavers, 
; Merchant's Capital, 
l:Pedlers, $10; Retailers, $210, 
|;Exhibitions for Keward, 
I'llorse and Mule Drovers, 
I Auctioneer-. 
; Pa'^f'iit Medicines, 
;:Ma: i iage License, 
I Mortgages and Deeds, 
'Deeds for Peal Estate, 
Distress, 



Silver do., $30.57, 



Cross amount, 
County Taxes. 
I Poor, 6 cents per $100 value real estate, 
!' and 22 cents per ]>ol!, 
liCounty purposes, 9 do., and 35 do., 
ijSchools, J^ do., and 18 do., 
iilnsane Asylum, 15 cents i)er poll, 



$ 3,8C7|tl 



125 
3,291 

1,742 
177 



U 
20 

84 
96 



210 04 

74 
443 

26 

45 

11148 

67 50 

4714 
424 ;08 
52U|7S 

91|90 
804172 
250 

20 



27 
1 

7 
95 

27 



45 
20 

80 
06 
16 

16|9T 

50 



I 12,566 



58 



$ 2,27145 

I 3,49281 

j 1,643|35 

642'30 



Total amount, [$ 8,010.91 



16S 



Document No. 7. 



[Sessi 



oil 



Com'ptrolUr'' 8 llepm-tfor the Fiscal 



'^o. 69.— ROWAN COUNTY. 

W. A. Walton, Sheriif. 

Acres Land, 306,906 

Valuation Land, $2,077,076 

Town Property, $453,138 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
Polls, 
Interest, 

Dividend and Profit, 
ijSalaries and Fees, 
I'Studs and Jacks, 
|i Buying and Selling Slaves, 
|Daguerreotypis'.s, 
(Gates and Ferries, 
I Pistols and Knives, 

|Gold Watches, $119.40; Silver do., $40.50, 
j Pianos, $66 ; Plate & Jewelry, $53.10, 
I Playing Cards, 
JRiding Vehicles, 
ij Liquor Dealers, 
IJNote Shavei's, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 

Exhibitions for Reward, 
Bowling Alleys, 
liorse and Mule Drovers, 
Livery Stables, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Subjects Unlisted, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 3 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 10 cents pei" poll. 
County Pni-poscs, 30 do. and 75 do., 
Schools, 7 do, and 15 do., 

Total amount. 



3,739 S2 

815 64 

2,616 80 

2,403i51 

l,013i75 

349:75 

135 

20 

5 1 

24i 

25I 

159|90 
119110 
4|90 
357I45 
230|70 

70i78 
1,323 48 
450 

30 

100 

1 

50 

92 

44 

23 

19 



■% 14,224i41 



1,11&49 
10,327118 

2,33420 



I 13,779:57 



1SC2-'G3.] 



Document No. 7. 



109 



Year ending Sejytemher ZOth^ 1861. 



1861. 



!' No. 70.— EUTIIERFORD COUNTY. ! 
I. Martin Walker, Sheiilf. | 

'Acres Land, 315,13oj 

;: Valuation Land, §l,221,615i 

(Town Property, ^98,700! 

Ij State Taxes. | 

jjLand, 

liTown Property, 
[Polls, 
jlnterest, 

iSalaries and Fees, 
i Studs and Jacks, 
|! Buying and Selling Slaves, 
i'Gates and Bridpjes, 
',Pistols and Knives, 
! Dirks and Canes, 
Gold Watches, 
iSilver Watclies, 
j Pianos, 

I Plate and Jewelry, 
I Riding Vehicles, 
j Liquor Dealers, 
jiJMote Shavers, 
jiMerchants' Capital, 
I Retailers, $DU; Patent Medicines, $5, 
'Natural or Artilicial Curiosities, 
: Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
I Deeds tor Real iLstate, 
I! Additional Return by former Sheriff, 

i! 

j! Gross amount, 

;' County Taxes, 

'Poor, 8 cents per $l()i> value real estate, 

i and 15 cents per poll. 
County Purposee, lU do., and 21 do., 
Schools, 7 do., and 15 do.. 
Public Buildings, 1 do., and 3 do , 
Insane Asylum, 1 do., and 2 do., 

; In't on Co" R. R. Bonds 10 do., and 40 do , 




Total amount, l.^ G,871;04: 



170 


DCCUMENT No. 7. 


[Session 




■ Comjptrollei^ ^ Rejyovtfor the Fiscal 


1861. 


No. 71.— SAMPSON COUNTY, 
John A. Gates, Slierill". 






Acres Land, 501,017 








Valuation Land, $1,005,601 








Town Propertj, $75,470 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,889 


88 




Town Property, 


135 


84 




Polls, 


3,624 SO 




Interest, 


912i94 




Dividend and Proiit, 


4 58 




Salaries and Fees, 


196 OG 




Studs and Jacks, 


64 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


465 


85 




Daguerreotypists, 


5 


02 




Pistols and Knives, 


105 


02 




Gold Watches. $90.82; Silver do., *45.58, 


130 


40 




Harps, $2.50; 'Pianos, |i9.50, 


52 






Plate and Jewelry, 


22 


22 




Riding Vehicles, 


432 


4:. 




Liquor Dealers, 


420 


72 




Note Shavers, 


153 


SO 




Merchants' Capital, 


349 


56 




Pcdlers, $120; Pwetailers, $00, 


180 






Exhibitions I'or Keward, 


20 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


22 


65 




Liquor Dealers, 


40 






Marriage License, 


70 


81 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


14 


55 




Deeds for Ileal Estate, 


8 


73 




Privileged Voters, 


20 


SO 




Collateral Descents, 

Gross amount, 


567 


45 




$ 10,916 


41 




County Taxes. 














Poor, 5 cents per $100 value real estate. 








and 15 cents per poll. 


$ 1,516 


42 




County purposes, llf do., and 35 do.. 


3,538 


32 




Schools, Si do., and 25 on W. & B. poll, 


2,510 


12 




Deat & Dumb Asylum, If do. and 5c. poll, 
Total amount. 


505 


47 




% 8,076 


33 



18a2-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



171 



Year ending Se^temher 30^A, 1861. 



1861. 


( 


• 










! No. 72. -.-STANLY COUNTY. 










Joseph Marshall, Sheriff. 








'Acres Land, 


244,454 








,\'iiliiation Land, 


$6.56,482 










jTown Property, 


§11,185 










1 

: State Taxes 










i Land, 




$ 


1,181 


40 


jTown Property, 






20 


13 


1 Polls, 






83U 


40 


jlnterest. 






301 


28 


jT)ividend & Profit, 






29 


48 


(jSalaries and Fees, 






43 




' Studs and .Jack-, 






70 




j Baying and Selling Slaves, 






53 


40 


! Gates and Fessies, 






33 


60 


j.Pistols and Knives, 




' 


17 


50 


Gold Watches, 






13 


70 


Silver Watches, 






16 


47 


I Hiding Veliicles, 






lOT 


40 


1 Liquor Dealers, 






229 


92 


^ Xote Shavers, 






64 


76 


^ jlerchants' Capital, 






115 


43 


i Taverns, 






2 




1 Retailers, 






60 




IDaguerreotypists, 






V^ 


Liquor Pedlers, 






4<. 


(Marriage License, 






6;'.' 


iMoi'tgages and Deeds, 






19 


iDeeds for Real Estate, 

1 ' 


ount, 

1 




2j 




Gross am 


r 


3,323 


87 


i 


County Taxes. 


1 








:Poor, 3 cents per ^100 value real estate, 








1 and 8 cents per poll. 


i 


$ 


301 


22 


County Purposes, i^3 do. and QQ do., ' 




2,442 36 


[Schools, 8 do., and 23 do.. 


1 




850 


07 


ilnsane Asylum, 3 do. and 8 do. 


1 
ount, 1 




310 


22 


i Total am 


8 


3,912 


87 



17: 



DOCLTMENT No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' s Report foi' the l^iscal 



i8«l. 



No. 73.— STOKES COUNTY. 
Nathaniel Moody, Sheriff. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



256,730 
$996,933.50 



25,541 



State Taxes. 



Land, 

Town Property, 

Polls, $1,530.40; Interest, $314.71, 

Salaries and Fees, 

iStuds and Jacks, 

JBnyingand Selling Slaves, 

jPistols &, Knives, 

I Dirks and Canes, 

;Gold Watches, $21.52 ; Silver do., $18.78,! 

:Piano3, $15 ; Plate and Jewelry, $3,77, | 

Playing Cards, | 

Riding Vehicles, i 

Liquor Dealers, | 

Note Shavers, I 

Merchants' Cap'l, $264.75 ; Rct'lers, $00,| 

Horse and Mule Drovers, 

Auctioneers, I 

lilxhibitions for Peward, j 



09 



1,794 

46 
l,845jU 

46l50 

24l 
550 

2625 
1125 

4(»^0 

18 77 

35 

112 33 

143|6l 

49103 
32475 

20'41 

13148 

20| 



Gross amount 'l;$ 4,532l46 



County Taxes. 



Poor, 5 cents per $100 value real estate, || 1 

I and 15 cents per poll, |'$ 82487^^ 

County purposes, 19 do. and 40 do,, '; 2,77802^ 

Schools 8, do. and 15 do., H 1,131106-^ 



Total amount, 1;;^ 4,733,96^ 



1802-63.] 



DOCUMKNT No. 7. 



i:;^ 



Year ending September 30th, IS^l. 

No. Ti.—SURRY ( BOUNTY. 
: i; William Ha ymore, Sheriff. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 

Statk TA.\r:s. 
I Land, 

[Polls, 
: Interest, 

I Salaries and Fees, 
•Suids and Jacks, 
Hnying and Selling Slaves, 
I Pistols and Knives. 
, Dirks and Canes, 
jGold Watclics, 
! Silver Watches, 
riai-ps, 
Pianos, 

Plate and JeAvelrj, 
.' Riding Yehicles, 
' Liquor Dealers, 
/Note Shavers, 
■Merchants' Capital. 
! Retailers, 
i bowling Alleys, ' 
/Patent Medicines, 
i Exhibitions for Reward, 
Mairiage License, 
: Mortgages and Deeds,' 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Yoters, 



29T,Sfi.S 


i! 




$1,133,743 


i 






,$ 2,040 


u 




0()U 




i 363:^4 




' 29 TO 




' IS 




15 


oO 




; .20: 






1 L 


2r» 




e: 


27 




1 15i 

•. 1 


41 






V) 




i: 


iO 


i 
1 


r \ 


"0 


1 


37'su 


j 


o^S!) 




20(^ :,2 


1 


ISO 


I 


oOi 


I 


12i2^ 


\i 


20; 


\ 


4S.:.5 




r 






Gros 
County Taxi;. . 
Poor, 3 cents per $luO value real estate,' 

and 50 cents per poll, ■,% 

:'Countv purposes 12 do. and So do., \ 

•Schools, 3 do. and 50 do., il 



amount, !;$ 4,255i5 



l,064|l:) 
2,580 07 
1,064; If) 



T 



Tct[il nmo'iin''. 



.rof 



17i 



Document No. T. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' s Re-port for the Fiscal 



1861. 



No. 75.— TYRREL COUNTY. 
H. B. NoKMAN, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 131,206i 

iValnation Land, $348,744 

iTown Propertj, $4,513 

I State Taxes. 

Land, 

To\\'n Property, 
Polls, 
Interest, 

'Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Pistols and Knives, 
Dirks and Canes, 
Gold Watches, 
Silver "Watches, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
Playinp: Cards, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Pedlers, 
Retailers, 

Horse and Mule Drovers, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
l>eeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 17 cents per $100 value real estate, 
j and 25 cents per poll, 
[County Purposes, 15 do., and 25 do., 
iSchools, 8 do., and 20 do., 
Patrol, 25 cents per black and free black 
I poll, 
jinsane Asylum, 12 do., and 15 do., 

I Total amount, 



% 





829 
514 


13 




201 

597 


25 
45 


% 


3,032 


28 



18G2-'63.] 



Document Xo. 7. 



175 



Year ending September 30ih^ IStU. 



1861. 



Ko. 76.— UNION COCJNTY. ! 

C. Austin, {Sheriff. , 

Acres Land, 363,035 

(Vahiaiion Land, $], 104,962- 

jTowri Property, $42,628J 

I {State Taxes. 

;Land; [ 

ITown Property, i 

'rolls, I 

Interest, ; 

ivSulai'ies and Fees, 
IjStudd and Jacks, 
pBiiying and Selling Slaves, 
IjPistols and Knives, 
;Gold A^atcLes, 
{Silver do., 
j Pianos, 

'Plate and Jewelry, 
illiding Vehicles, 
jLiqnor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
iMeichants Capital, 
iKotailers, 

■Horse and Mnlc Drovers, 
jPatent Medicines, 
iD.igiierreotypisrs, 
jManiage Licen-e, 
•\iojrgagfes and Deeds, 
Subjects Unlisted, 
Dial less, 

Gross amount, 

CotiNTY Taxes. 
Poor, 6 cents per ."i^lOO value real estate, h 
I and 2o cents per poll, j 

iCounty PiwjKtsee, 5 do. and 30 do., 
Schools, 8 do. and 12 do.. 

Jury, 6 do. and 25 do., 

liail Road, 45 do. and $ldo., 

Total amount. 



$ 



2,01793 
7673 
l,532j 

733I3O 

S7i02 

SO, 

43.90 

15|25 

2812 

21(04 

4'50 

|95 

218107 

lo8;4G 

110 20 

299I5G 

Gol 

G'40 

5|46 

10 

6208 
2.j'22 
56 
55 



6i> 
5 



•tIo. 



8 5,647|aO 



1,46601 
1,444110 

1,571{27 
1,507 09 
y,505;95 



I 15,494151 



176 



Document ISTo. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



IbGl. 



In'o. 77.— wake county. 
\ W. I-I. Hion, Sheriff. 

IJAcres Land, 569,190 

llValuation Land, $3,2S8,5S5i; 

l|Town ProjDertj, $SS7,015i! 

ij , State Taxes. jj 

Land, $.5,873.29; To\vn Pr'p'tj, $1,596.62,! $ 
IPoIIs, $5,642.40 ; Interest, $5,351.98, i! 
i'Dividend and Prolit, il 

llSal'ies &Fees,$l,211.51;St'ds & J'ks,S100,'i 
{;Bnying and Selling Slaves, J! 

llDagjerreotypists, |i 

jPistols and Knives, Ij 

JGold Watches, i^-i38.7S; SlVr do., $70.58,1: 
|: Pianos, $225; Plate and Jewelry, $256.59.11 
i|Play' C'ds,$30.05;Pid'cYehicles, $708.49,;! 
m^i- D'l's, $5,574.67; K'te Sh'ers, $250.86,i| 
IJMerchants' Capital, |! 

Retailers, $450 ; Billiard Tables, $500, || 
jllnsnrance Co., $300 ; Express Co., $10, 
|i Horse and Mule Drovers, 
|;Livery Stables, $50; Auctioneers, $81,57, 
i Patent Medicines, 

|;Liq. Pedrs,$40; Mav'ge License, SI 51.32, 
jIMortgagcs and Deeds, 
i| Deeds for Peal Estate, 
Iprivileged Voters, 



\. Gross amount, 

|( CouNTT Taxes, 

i Poor, 5 cents per $100 value real estate, 

jj and 16 cents per poll, 

llCounty Purposes, 8 do., and 38 dp., 

IjSchooIs, 5 do., and 13 do., on vihite and 

\ black poll, 

I Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 1 do, and 2^o., 

Unsane Asylum, 1 do., and 3 do., 

;;For support of families of volunteers, 10 

il per cent, on total amount of each per- 

j! sou's tax. 



7,469'91 

10,997i3S 

602140 

1,31 1|54 
47975 
IL 

161125 
80936 
481|59 
738i54 

5,825:53 

2,414|26 

950; 

310' 

48;55 
131 '.57 

62!80 
191-31 

51:41 

55'80 
312.0. 



$ 32,607 J 6 



3 264154 

6,134'.30 

j 

3,025j41 

664|74 
63821 



3,988,01 



Total amount, \^ 17,00821 



I862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



1T7 



Year ending September 30/A, 1861. 



i«t)l. 



Ko. 78.— WARKEX COUNTr. 



Nat, 
Acres Land, 
iValuation Land, 
Towu Property, 



R. J0NE8, Sheriff. 

309,984 
$2,014,767 
$192,900, 

State Taxes. 



Land, 83,626.58; Town Trop'tv, $347.22, 
Polls, $4,764.80 ; Interest, $2,490.16, 
Dividend and Profit, 
Sal's & Fe's, $362.28; Studs & Jacks, $48, 
Bining and selling Slaves, 
Gates and Ferries, 

Pistols &Kni's, $103.75; Dk's &Canes,$5, 
Gold Watches, $101.55; Silver do., $31.91, 
'Harps, $2.50 ; Pianos, $124..50, 
Plate & Jew'j,^124.67; Pl'g Cards,$21.70 
iRiding Vehicles, 

Liq'r ^Di's $1,663.55; K Shavers,$l 47.30, 
Merchant's Capital, 
Pedlers, $40; Kctailers, $60, 
Billiard Tables, $125; Exp. Corap's, $10, 
Horse and Mule Drovers, 
P. Medicines, $21.76; Marriage Li'e, 38.80 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Peal Estate, 
Privileged Yotcrs, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 5 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 12 cents per poll, 
jCounty Purposes, 11 do. and 22 do., 
ISchools 7^ do. and 31 do., 
Jury 7 do. and 4 do.,' 
|Patrol, 25 cents on black polls. 



Doc. No. 7.] 



12 



Total amount, 



3,973 

7,254 

20 

410 

69 

45 

108 

193 

127 

146 

504 

1,810 

712 

100 

135 

67 

60 

23 

19 

5 

586 



80 
96 
36 
28 
35 
50 
75 
46 

37 
60 
85 
47 



5G 



60 



$ 16,364 



1,818 
3,738 
3,374 
1,121 
1,317 



$ 11,369(07 



3S 



75 
OS 
31 



178 



DOCUM'ENT No. 7. 



[Session 



Tresmurers Rejyort for the iwo fiscal 



Ko. 79.— WASnmGTON COUNXr. 

Goodman Durben, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 1T9,189 

Valuation Land, $603,261.50 

Town Property, $127,055 

STitE TA\XEg. 

Land, 

Town Property, $228.70; Polls, $1,310,. 
Interest, $583 06 ; Div'd & Profit, $34,. 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Pistols and Knives, 
Dirks and Canes, 
Gold Watches, 

Silver Watches, $14.93 : Pianos, $52.50 
Phue and Jewelry, 
Playing Cards, 
Ridinji; Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merchant's Capital, 
R'etailers, 

Horse and Mnle Drovers, 
Livery Stables, 
Patent Medicines, 
Marriage License, 
I Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deed's for Iveal Estate, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 15 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 45 cents per poll, 
County Purposes, 27 do., and 81 do., 
Schools, 10 do,, and 30 do., 
Public Buildings, 20 do., and 60 do,, 
Patrol, ' 10 do,, 

Insane Asylum, 2 do., and 6 do,, 
For Uae Town of Plvmouth, 45 do., and 

$1 do,, 



46 




Total amount. |$ 10,244 35 



3S 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 7. 



179 



Y^ar ending September 30^A, 1861. 






1861. 


:N^o. 80. -WATAUGA COUNTY. 

A. J. McBfiroE, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 240,438 
Valuation Land, $444,479 
Town Property, $3,605| 


/ 






State Taxes. 


■ 






Land, 


% 800 


06 




Town Property, 


6 


49 




Polls, 


440 






Interest, 


56C1 




Salaries and Fees, 


5 




Studs and Jncks, 


28 




Pistols and Knives, 


16 25 




Gold Watches, 


3 


90 




Silver Watches, 


3 


75 




Pianos, 


3 






Plate and Jewelry, 


2 






Riding Vehicles, 


1180 




Liquor Dealers, 


12 


63 




Note Shavers, 


22 


70 




Merchants' Capital, 


41 


90 




Pedlers, 


40 






Patent Medicines, 


3 


SO 




Daguerreotypisttj, 


10 






Exhibitions for Reward, 


10 






Marriage License, 


38 


m 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


4 


8.5 




Subjects Unlisted, 

Gross amount, 


7 


65 




% 1,569 


19 




County Taxes. 








County purposes, 25 cents per $100 value 








real estate, and %\ per poll, 


$ 1,671 


21 




Schools, 5 do., and 20 do., 

Total amount, 


333 


24 




% 2,004 


45 



189 



Document No. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' 8 Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 81.— WAYNE COUNTY. 








J. R. Smith, Tux Collector. 








Acres Land, 33.5,7SG 








Valuation Land, $2,212,555 








Town Property, $324,538 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 3,975 






Town property. 


407 


22 




Polls, $2,940.80 ; Interest, $2,247.15, 


5,187 95 




Dividend and Profit, 


103 64 




Salaries and Fees, 


439 38 




Studs and Jacks 


38 




Pistols and Knives, 


133 75 




Dirks and Canes, 


10 




Gold Watches, 


106 51 




Silver AVatclies, $49.22 : Pianos, 79.50, 


128 72 


i 


Plate and Jewelry, 


49 


52 




Playing Cards, 


1 


05 




Riding Yehicles, 


321 


55 




Liquor Dealers, 


1,803'69 




Note Shavers, 


196110 




Merchants' Capital, 


G32|97 


- 


Pvetailers, $420; Bowling Alleys, $50, 


470 






Express Companies, $10 ; Circus, $75, 


85 






Exhibitions for Reward, 


25 






! Horse & Mule Drovers, 


37 


25 




i Liquor Pedlers, 


SO 






|Paient Medicines, 


41 


37 




Marriage License, 


85 


36 




1 Mortgages and Deeds, 


36 


86 




• Deeds for Real Estate, 


50 


08 




Distress, 


460 






Privileged Yoters, 

Gross amount, 


18 






$ 14,459 


57 




County Taxes. 
Poor, 6 cents per $100 value real estate, 


j 












j and 15 cents per poll, 


% 2,041 


21 




County Purposes, 10 do. and 20 do., 


3,208 


11 




Schools, 6 do. and 15 do , 

Total amount, 


2,027 


56 




$ 7,276 


88 



1862-'63.] 



DOCITMENT No. 7. 



181 



Year ending September ZOth^ 1861. 



1861. 


No. 82.— WILKES COUNTY. 






1 


RoBEKT M. Smh-h, Sherifl". 

Acres Land. 409,787 
Valuation Land, $1,054,098 
Town Property, $21,455 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,900 


25 




jTown Property, 


38 


61 




Polls, 


1,133 


80 




Interest, 


395 


03 




Dividend and Profit, 


12 






Salaries and Fees, 


37 


25 




Gold Watches, 


11 


52 




Silver Watches, 


7 


35 




Studs and Jacks, 


78 






Pistols and Knives, 


12 


50 




Pianos, 


15 






Plate & Jewelry, 


4 


48 




Riding; Vehicles, 


78 


45 




Liquor Dealers, 


1176 




Note Shavers, 


3280 




Merchants' Capital, 


170 09 




Retailers, 


60 






Marriage License, 


30 






Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 


130 




$ 4,030 


24 










Poor, 8 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 12 cents per poll, 


% 623 42 




County Purposes, 24 do., and 36 do,. 


1,870 27 




Schools, 20 do., and 30 do.. 


1,55S;^C 




As^'lum Tax, 8 do., and 12 do., 
Total amount, 


€23 


45 

67 




$ 4,075 



1^2 



BOCUMESFT No. 7. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Repoi'tfor the Fiscal 



No. 83.— WILSON" COUNTY, 

JoHS T. Baknes, Sherifi". 
Acres Land, 208,806 

Yaluation Land, ^1,177,320 

Town Property, |158,700 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 

Polls, $1,896.80; Interest, $1,488.30, 
Dividend and Profit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Daguerreotypists, 
Pistols and Knives, 
Dirks and Canes, 

Gold Watches, $71.73 ; Silver do., $21.71, 
Harps, $2.50 ; Pianos, $63, 
Plate and Jewelry, 
Playing Cards, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Note Shavers, 
Merch'ts' Capital, $873.70 ; Ket'iers, $240, 
Bowl'g Alleys, $270 ; Bill'd Tables, $126, 
Express Companies. 
Horse and iMule Drovers, 
Livery Stables, $25 ; Auctioneers, $5, 
Patent Medicines, ^ 

Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Eeal Estate, 
Distress, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 2 cents per $100 value real estate, 

and 6 cents per poll, 
County purposes, 30 do., and $1.10 do., 
Schools, 4 do., and 15 do., 

Total amount, 



2,119 

285 

3,385 

94 

270 
47 
30 
18 
77 
15 
. 93 
65 
20 



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6G 
10 
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32 

"12 

50 

44 

50 
47 
60 
63 



o 

254 

2,312 

490 57 

1,11370 

395 

10 

40 

3(' 

4235 

48 

41 

24 

100 



$ 11,434 85 



41786 

6,771:16 

911j20 

$ 8,100,22 



1862-'63.] 



DocirsiENT No. 7. 



1S3 



Year ending SepUmher 30th, 1861. 



ibtJi. 


1 








No. 84.— YADKIN COUNTY. 








W. W. Long, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 212,987 








Valuation Land, $1,000,173 








TownTropertj, $37,239 








* State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,800 


31 




Town Property, 


Gl 


03 




Polls, , 
Interest, 


1,114 


40 




677 


91 




Dividend and Profit, 


10 


S9 




Salaries and Fees, 


78 






Studs and Jacks, 


88 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


311 


33 




Gates and Ferries, 


19 


81 




Pistols and Knives, 


30 






Dirks and Canes, 


1 


25 




Gold Watckes, 


15 


75 




Silver do., 


15 


28 




Pianos, 


1(1 


50 




Plate & Jewelrj, 


10 


58 




Playing Cards, 


4 


55 




Riding Vehicles, 


121 


10 




Liquor Dealers, 


73 


08 




Note Shavers, 


8() 


71 




Merchants' Capital, 


199 


95 




Retailers, 


90 






Patent NIedicines, 


1 


60 




Marjiage License, 


47 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


11 






Deeds fur Real Estate, 

Gross amount, 


15 






!$ 4,906 


93 




County Taxes. 
Poor, Scents per §100 value real estate, 












" 


and 2.4r cents per poll. 


$ 1,203 


20 




County Purposes, 7 do. and 22 do., 


1,072 


02 




Schools, & do. and 2-1 do.. 


1,201 


28 




Jury, 7 do. and 20 do. 

Total amount, 


1,040 


58 




$ 4,517 


08 



184 



Document No. 7. 



[SessiGn 



Ccmptroller''8 Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 


No. 85.— YANCEY COL'NTY. 

W. W. Proffitt, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 326,048 

Valuation Land, $529,826 

Town Property, $10,5^9 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 953 


6S 




Town Property, 


19 


06 




Polls, • 


623 


2f* 




Interest, 


25 


94 




Studs and Jacks, 


68 






Pistols and Knives, 


17 


50 




Gold Watches, 


2 


50 




Silver do., 


3 


la 




Riding Vehicles, 


3 


50 




Liquor Dealers, 


73 


60 




Merchants Capital, 


92 


52 




Retailers, 


30 






Patent Medicines, 


2 


73 




Mari'iage License, 


31 


04r 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


3 


88 




Deeds tor Real Estate, 


7 


76 




Privileged Votei-s, 

Gi'oss amonnt, 
County Taxes. 


9 


40 




% 1,960 


41 










Poor, 5 cents per $100 value real estate, 








and 5 cents per poll, 


% 135 


9t 




County Purposes, 35 do. and 35 do., 


951 


43 




Schools, 10 do. and 10 do., 


271 


83 




Public Buildings, 25 do. and 25 do., 


679 


59 




Jury, 15 do. and 15 do.. 


407 


75 




Insane Asylum, 5 do. and 5 do., 
Total amount, 


135 


91 




$ 2,582 


42 



Aggregate amount of State Taxes, 
Aggregate amount of County Taxes, 



$721,406.30 

$680,735.74i^ 



lS62-'03.] Document jSTo. X 

Year ending September SOth, 1861. 



18-5 



STATEMENT, 

Exhibiting the number of White, Black and Free Black Polls, 
and the amount of Poll Taxes paid into the Public Treoisu- 
ry for 1860, by each and every County in the State : 



1 

1 






Free 


Poll Taxesi 


COUNTIES. 


White Polls. 


Black Polls. 


Black Polls. 

i 

1 

39 




Alamance, 


823 


1,613 


% 1,980 




Alexander, 


568 


302 


i 


698 


40 


Alleghany, 


273 


96 


3 


292 


80 


Anson, 


603 


3,092 


8 


2,962 


40 


Ashe, 


700 


168 


12 


704 




Beaafort, 


842 


2,974 


94 


3,128 




Bertie, 


682 


3,926 


17 


3,700 




Bladen, 


736 


2,339 


40 


2,492 




Brunswick, 


435 


1,821 


25 


1,824 


SO 


Buncombe, 


613 


910 


19 


1,237 


60 


Burke, 


646 


1,033 


14 


1,354 


40 


Cabarrus, 


1,023 


1,482 


10 


2,014 


40 


Caldwell, 


488 


487 


4 


783 


20 


Camden, 


403 


898 


33; 


1.06720 


Carteret, 


608 


929 


6 


1,23440 


Caswell, 


784 


4,406 


45 


4,190 40 


Catawba, 


878 


810 




1,351 20 


Chatham, 


1,264 


3,031 


35 


3,464 




Cherokee, 


510 


238 


4 


602 


10 


Chowan, 


326 


1,614^ 


7 


1,558 




Cleaveland, 


807 


941 


16 


1,409 


60 


Columbus, 












Craven, 


7S7 


3,144 


134 


3,211 


20 


Cumberland 


591 


2,600 


74i 


2,692 




Currituck, 


341 


1,066 


14 


1,136 


80 


Davidson, 


j 1,510 


1,458 


16 


2,3b7 


20 


Davio, 


687 


1 ,084 


11 


1,444 


80 


Duplin, 


658 


3.364 


35 


3,246 


40 


Edgecombe, 


1 725 


6,098 


30; 


4,682 


20 



186 



Document No. 7. [Session 

Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



^TIvTY^WE^T.— {Continued.) 









Free 


Poll Taxes. 


COUNTIES. 


White Polls. 

1,236 


Black Polls 


Black Polls. 




F'M-sjth, 


886 


20 


$ 1 ,699 


20 


Franklin, 


453 


3,170 


54 


2,941 


60 


Gaston, 


674 


1,017 


6 


1,249 


60 


Gates, 


559 


2,014 


34 


2,085 


60 


Granville, 


1,118 


5,185 


114 


5,133 


60 


Green, 


432 


1,930 


13 


1,900 




Guilford, 


1,748 


1,830 


52 


2,904 




Halifax, 


707 


5,119 


239 


5.013 


60 


Harnett, 


371 


1,145 


12 


1,222 


40 


Haywood, 


440 


146 




468 


80 


Henderson, 


829 


594 


12 


1,159 


20 


Hertford, 


385 


2,130 


103 


2,094 


40 


Hyde, 


534 


1,444 


47 


1,62" 


•20 


Iredell, 


934 


1,993 


5 


2,346 


40 


Jackson, 


384 


125 


1 


408 




Johnston, 


1,144 


2,425 


32 


2,880 


SO 


Jones, 


313 


1,6()7 


18 


1,594! 10 


Lenoir, 


474 


2,659 


28 


2,520 


80 


Lincoln, 


602 


946 


13 


1,248 


40 


Macon, 


647 


352 


5 


726 


40 


Madison, 


473 


003 




460 


80 


Martin, 


541 


2,196 


52 


2,233 


60 


McDowell, 


412 


516 


19 


759 


20 


Mecklenburg, 


1,141 


3,246 


18 


3,524 




Montgomeiy, 


458 


868 


2 


1,062 


40 


Moore, 


929 


1.014 


7 


1,56(» 




Nash, 


640 


2,305 


62 


2,406 


40 


New Hanover, 


1,042 


5,020 


49 


4,88^ 


80 


Northampton, 


561 


3,598 


117 


3,427 


20 


Onslow, 


425 


1,665 


17 


1,685 


60 


Orange, 


1.321 


2,693 


49 


3,271 


20 


Pasquotank, 


431 


1 ,392 


119 


1,553 


60 


Perquimans, 


386 


1,872 


59 


1,853 


60 


Person, 


673 


2,634 


32 


2,672 




Pitt, 


940 


4,246 


11 


4,158 


40 



1862-'63.] Document No. 7. 

Year ending Sept&mher 30^7i, 1861. 



187- 



STATEMENT.— (Cfc?i^«nw^^.) 



i 

1 






Free 


Poll Taxes. 


COUNTIES. 

1 


White Polls. 
253 


Black Polls. 


Black Polls. 




Polk, 


262 


7 


% 374 


80 


Randolph, 


1,596 


752 


24 


1,900 


80 


Kiclimond, 


465 


2,669 


48 


2,548 




Robeson, 


951 


2,646 


128 


2,980 




Rockingham, 


908 


3,068 


76 


3,291 


20 


Rowan, 


1,308 


1,963 




2,616 


80 


Rutherford, 


820 


1.171 


10 


1,600 


80 


Sampson, 


1,087 


3,399 


45 


3,624 


80 


Stan y. 


471 


566 


1 


830 


40 


Stokes, 


750 


1,149 


14 


1,530 


40 


Surry, 


666 


534 




960 




Tyrrel, 


353 


793 


14 


930 


40 


Union, 


858 


1,041 


5 


1,532 




Wake, 


1,629 


5,290 


144 


5,642 


40 


Warren, 


631 


5,268 


65 


4,764 


SO 


Washington, 


358 


1,283 


35 


1,340 




Watauga, 


489 


56 


6 


440 




Wayne, 


817 


2,788 


70 


2,94'.' 


so 


Wilkes, 


890 


518 


9 


1,133 


80 


Wilson, 


602 


1,725 


43 


1,896 80 


Yadkin, 


802 


583 


8 


1,114 40 


Yancey. 


607 
61,039 


^ 162 
158,655i 


10 
2,908 


62;; 


•JO 




$178,200 


60 



Note. — The Sheriff of Columbus county did not settle for the fiscal year 
ending September SO, 18G0, as rt-quired by law, and therefore the numbers 
of white, black and free black polls, and poll ta.xes of said county, are not 
published in the foregoing statement, nor any of the taxes due the State 
from said county for the last fiscal year. 



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Document No. 7. {Session 

Comptroller's Report foi' the Fiscal 



STATEMENT, 

Sltovnng the nuraher Acres Land., Valuation Land, Valuation 
Towa Property, Aggregate Valuation Real Estate, Tax on 
Land, Tax en Town Property, Numher Taxable White, 
Black' and Free Black Polls, Aggregate Poll Taxes, and the 
aggregate amount of State Taxes derived frmn the various 
subjects of Taxation in the State. 



Number Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Valuation Town Property, 
Ao;greo;ate Valuation Real Estate, 
Number Taxable White Polls, 
Number Taxable Black Polls, 
Number Taxable Free Black Polls, 

Tax on Land, 

Tax on Town Property, 

Aggregate Poll Taxes, 

Interest, 

Dividend and Profit, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Buying and Selling Slaves, 

Daguerreotypists, 

Gates, Bridges and Ferries, 

Pistols and Knives, 

Dirks and Canes, 

Gold Watches, 

Silver Watches, 

Harps, 

Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 

Playing Cards, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Note Shavers, 



26,618,531 


,$ 111,602,702 63 


!$ 13,552,745 


$ 125,155,44763 


61.039 


158,655* 




2,908 




! $197,729 


14 


i 24,245 


46 


178,200 60 


90,115 


45 


13,810 


61 


17,026 


62 


5,438 


70 


5,952 


19 


297 


14 


1,031 


70 


3,645 


32 


168 


75 


5,003 


61 


2,114 


67 


37 


50 


3,827 




2,174 


97 


247 


89 


20,274 


59 


56,818 


63 


9,458 


72 



Fmr mdlng SeptemJm' ?,Oth, 1861. 



193 



STATEMENT.-(a>w^;W^.) 



Merchants' Capital, 

Pedlers, 

Tietailers, 

Taveni"?, 

Circus, 

Exhibitions for Eeward, 

Bowlinor Alleys, 

Hilliani Tables, 

Insurance Companies, 

Express Companies, 

Horse and Mule Drovers, 

Livery Stables, 

Liquor Pedlers, 

Brokers, 

Auctioneers, 

Patent Medicines.. 

Marriage License, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 

Deeds for Real Estate, 

Foreign Made Riding Yeliicles. 

Commission Merchants, 

Drugs and Medicines, 

Natural or Artificial Curiosities 

Distress, 

Lightning Rod Men, 

Privileged Voters, 

Arrears for Insolvents, 

Delinquents, 4 

Snbjects Unlisted, 

Collateral Descent, 

Additional tax by former sherift' 

Edgecombe, 
Additional tax by former sheriff 

Haywood, 
Fair in fiiohmond county, 



« 



ofl 



of 



Dor. No. 7.> 



Total amount, 
1.^ 



50,297^94- 

960' 
9,090i 
38,7;") 
150 
455 
880 
2,175 
1,300! 
140| 
1,444!33 
625i 
360! 
8O0I 
4-05'll 
1,39307 
4,850i03 
l,499i55 
1,18191 
21,25 
1, 444*40 
8'41 
20j 
251(65 
40| 



244 
37 

28 
001 



90 
20 
46 
02 



2,764jl2 
201145 

i 

35|49 

43'' 



$ 721,40630 



Doc. 


No. 


8.] 




[Ses. 


1862- 


•'3. 










Ordered to he Printed. 




, 






w. 


w. 


. Holden, Printer to the State. 







REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC AC- 
COUNTS, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEP> 
TEMBER 30th, 1862. 



Comptroller's Department, 
Raleigh, N. C, I^ov. 20, 1862. 

To th.€ Honorable^ the General Assembly 

of If oi'ih- Carolina: 

Gentlemen : In obedience to law, I herewith present my 
Annual Report of the Receipts and Disbursements at the 
Public Treasury of the State of North-Carolina, during the 
fiscal year ending on the 30th -day of September, 1862, 

I have the honor to be, 

With very great respect, ^ ., •« 

Your obedient servant, 

C. H. BROGDEN, 
ComptrolUnr^ 



Document No. S. [Sessioo 

Comptroller'' s Beport for the Fiscal 



GENERAL STATEMENT. 



Amount in hands of Public Trea- 










surer, Oct. 1st, 1861, 


$ 413,187 


36 






Keceipts of Literary Eund for 










fiscal year ending Sept. SOth, 










1862, 


126,610 


36 






Eeceipts of Public Fund for 










fiscal year ending Sept. 30th, 










1862, 


13,297,973 


50 






Eeceipts of Sinking Fund for 










fiscal year ending Sept. 30th, 










1&62, 


138,600 




$13,976,371 


22 


Disbursements of Literary Fund 










for fiscal year ending Sept. 










30th, 1862, 


84,780 


53 






Disbursements of Public Fund 










for fiscal year ending Sept. 










30th, 1862, 


12,167,734 


72 






Disbursements of Sinking Fund 










for fiscal year ending Sept. 










30th, 1862, 


158,000 




12,410,515 


25^ 


Leaving in hands of Public 
Treasurer, Oct. 1st, 1862, 














$ 1,565,855 


97 



LITERARY FUND. 



Eeceipts of Literary Fund for 












fiscal year -ending Sept. 30th, 












1862, 






$ 


126,610 


36 


Balance overdrawn by Literary 












Fund, Oct. Ist, 1861, 


$ 18,046 


88 








Disbursements of Literary Fund 












for fiscal year ending Sept. 












30th, 1S62, 


84,780 


53 




102,827 


41 


Balance due this Fund, Oct. 1st, 
1862, 
















$ 


23,782 


95 



1862-'63.] Document No. S. 

Year ending September SOih, 1862. 



rUBLIC FUXD. 



Balance due Public Fund, Oct 

1st, 18G1, 
Heceipts of Public Fund for fis 

cal 3'ear endinfr Sept. 30th, 

1862, 
Disbursements of Public Fund 

for fiscal year ending Sept. 

30th, 1862, 
Balance due this Fund, Oct. Ist, 

1862, 



$ 411,694 24 



13,297,973 



50 813,709,667 



12,167,734 



$ 1,541,933 



74 

72 
02 



SmKmG YU^D.—{Beceipts.) 

Statement E. 

Exhibiting the sources from which the Receipts of the Sink- 
ing Fund have been derived, during the fiscal year ending 
Sept. 30^ 1862, as follows : 



1862. 
Jan. 



1862. 



Balance due this Fund, Oct 
1st, 1861, 

Received of the Raleigh & 
Gaston liailroad Company, 
as dividend on stock in said 
Road, appropriated to the 
Sinking Fund, 

Received of the Raleigh & 
Gaston Railroad Company, 
as dividend on stock in 
said Road, appropriated to 
the sinking Fund, 

Received of the State of 
North-Carolina, as interest 
on State Coupon Bonds, 
held by Sinking Fund, 



$ 19,540 



20,475 



68,250 



49,875,;$ 158,140 



Document No. 8. [Session 

Comptroller's Meportfor the Fiscal 



SINKING YXJ^Jy.— {Disbursements.) 

Statement F. 

SJiowing the Dishursements of the Sinldng Fund for the fiscal 
year ending Sept. 30, 1862, as follows : 



18t)2. 
Aug. 



Transferred to the Public 
Fund in payment for 158 
State Coupon Bonds of 
$1,000 each, dated March 
Ist, 1862, and bearing 8 per 
cent, interest 

Balance due this Fund, Oct. 
1st, 1862, 



$ 158,000 



$ 140 



EECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
Of Literary Fu7id for fiscal year ending Sept ^ 1862. 



1861. 



1862. 



October, 

November, 

December, 

January, 

February, 

March, 

April, 

May, 

June, 

July, 

August, 

September, 



39 
46 



84116 

27,795 36 
45,031 
226 
30630 
2,011 
2,32722 
27,71360 



15,211 

46 

1,168 

4,688 



68 

55 
64 



DISBUKSEMENTS 



6,106 
3,045 
2,554 
2,849 
1,712 
2,390 

31,986 
7,583 

10,729 
9,737 
4,090 
2,995 



58 
70 

08 

80 
50 
61 
05 
11 
42 
04 
64 



$ 126,61036 $ 84,78053 



1862-'63.] Document No. 8. 

Year ending Sept, ZOth, 1862. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
Of Public Fund for jiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1862. 



DISBDUSBUENTS. 



1861. 



1862. 



|October, 

jNovember, 

December, 

January, 

;Febrnaiy, 

March, 

April, 

May, 

June, 

July, 

August, 
September, 



363,n8 

485,124 

481,086 

453,749 

627,177 

1,419,610 

1,105,695 

2,205,555 

846,232 

744,666 

1,169,704 

3,395,591 



60 .... $ 661,460 

22 484,477 

42 432,192 

73 655,754 

33 575,799 

19 1,392,457 

36 1,001,106 

60 1,202,267 

85 1,263,497 

98 1,146,112 

35 540,973 

87 2,911,634 



$13,297,973 50 " $ 12,167,734 72 



49 
03 

ai 

95 
64 
41 

94 
28 
77 
88 
13 
39 



LITERARY YVl^D.— {Receipts.) 
Statement A. 

Exhibiting the several sources frorn which the Receipts of the 
Literary Fund have heen derived. 





Auction Tax, 




$ 23696 




Bank Dividends, 




84,602 




Deaf and Dumb Asylum Tax, 




600| 




Entries of Vacant Lands, 




l,86rr03 




Navigation Dividends, 




2,700 




Tax on Retailers of Spirituous L 


quors, 


4,920 



Document No. 8. [Session 

Comptroller's Beportfor the Fiscal 



Wilmington & Manchester Railroad Divi- 
dends, 

Wilmington & Weldon Railroad Divi- 
dends, 



Detailed as follows : 



$ 29,536 
2,148 



$126,610 



89 
48 
3G 



1861. 
Oct. 

Nov. 



Dec. 



1862. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar. 



April- 



May. 



Received of sundry persons for entries 
of Vacant Lands, 

Sundry persons for entries of Vacant 
Lands, 

Bank of Cape Fear, dividend on stock 
held by Literary Board in said Bank, 

E. H. Cabiniss, Agent for Roanoke Navi 
gation Company, dividend on stock 
held by Literary Board in said Comp'y 

Sundry persons for entries of vacant lands, 

Bank of North-Carolina, dividend on 
stock held by Literary Board in said 
Bank, 

Wilmington & Manchester Railroad Com- 
pany, dividend on stock held by Lite 
rary Board in said Company, 

Sundry persons for entries of vacant lands, 

Sundry persons for entries of vacant lands. 

Sundry persons for entries of Vacant 
Lands, 

Cape Fear Navigation Company, divi 
dend on stock held by Literary Board 
in said Company, 

Sundry persons for entries of Vacant 
Lands, 

Wilmington & Weldon Railroad Com- 
pany, dividend on stock held by Lite- 
rary Board in said Company, 

Sundry persons for entries of Vacant 
Lands, 

Bank of Cape Fear, dividend on stock 
held by Literary Board in said Bank, 



84 

75 
27,220 



500 
413 



^5,081 



29,536 



16 
36 



50 



89 



22646 
306 30 



61 



1,950 

178 

2,148 

243 

27,220 



74 

48 
60 



1863-'63.] 



Document No. 3. 



Year ending Sept. SOtk, 1S62. 



Yadkin Navigation Company, dividend 

on stock lieW by Literary Board in said 

Company, 
Sundry persons for entries of Yacant 

Lands, 
Bank of North-Carolina, dividend on 

stock held by Literary Board in said 

Bank, 
Sundry persons for entries of Vacant 

Lauds, 

Sundry persons for entries of vacant lands, 
T. J. Carr, Sheriff Duplin county, Auc 

tion tax, 
The following Sheriffs, tax for indigent 

pupils at N. C. Institution for Deaf and 

Dumb and the Blind : 
Wm. Hay more, Sheriff Surry Co., 
David Loftin, " Davidson " 

Sundry Sheriffs, &c., tax on lietailers of 

Spirituous Liquors, as follows: 
W. Massey, former Tax Col. Johnston Co., 
A. H. Ilassell, Sheriff' Bertie 

Duplin 



T. J. Carr, 
J. T. Barnes, 
J. W. Steed, 
Wm. Hay more, 
R. J. W. Beaman, 
R. M. .Jones, 
J. A. Long, 
W. W. Long, 
jM. Spainhower, 
jN. W. Cooper, 



Wilson 

Randolph 

Surry 

Greene 

Orange 

Bichm'nd 



" Yadkin 
Tax Col. Burke 
Sheriff Nash 
Sundry persons forentries of vacant lan(fe, 
Sundry Sheriffs, Auction Tax, 
Sundry Sheriffs, &c., tax on Retailers of 

Spirituous Liquors, as follows: 
R. B. Paschal, Sheriff Chatham Co., 
W. F. Wasson, " Iredell 

W. H. Perkins, Tax Col. Pitt 
K. H. Worthy, Sheriff' Moore 
J. R. Smith, Tax Col. Wayne 
iMathias Hasten, Sheriff Forsyth 



250 
130 

15,081 



68 



46 

38 



30 

25 



150 
75 



90 
60 
60 

150 
30 
90 
30 

120 
30 
60 
90 
90 
61 

231 



93 
71 



90 
30 
90 
30 
210 
30 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Repoo'tfor the Fiscal 



R. P. Melvin, 
W. A. Walton, 
W. J. Murray, 
-Joseph Lnsk, 
W. A. Meroney, 
Hector McNeill, 
J. B. Hare, 



Wm. Plemmons, Tax Col. Haywood "■ 

G. B. Threadgill, Sherifl* Anson " 
G. M. Green, " Cleaveland " 

Joseph Marshall, " Stanly " 

W. A. Philpott, " Granville " 

\Y. H. Smith, " Person " 

H. B. Deaver, Tax Col. Madison " 
W. T. Crawford, Sheriff Martin 



J. C. Griffith, 



Bladen « 

Kowan " 

Alamance " 

Gaston " 

Davie " 
CumbWnd" 

Hertford " 



J. A. Gates, 
Wm. Fields, 
Nathaniel Moody, 
Martin Walker, 
Walker Smith, 
E. A. Gupton, 
W. T. J. Yaun, 
C. A. Boon, 
Lewis Williamson, 
P. T. Massey, 
W. H. High, 
R. M. Smith, 
N. R. Jones, 
Reuben King, 
S. A. Warren, 
Isaac A. Reel, 
J. S.^now, 



Caswell " 

Sampson " 

Lenoir " 

Stokes " 

Rutherf'rd" 

Rocking'ra " 

Franklin " 

N.Hanov'r" 

Guilford " 

Columbus " 

Tax Col. Johnston " 

Sheriff Wake " 

" Wilkes " 

« Warren " 

" Robeson " 

" North'mt'n " 

" McDowell " 

" Halifax " 



Sundry Sheriffs, tax for indigent pupils at 
N. C. Institution for the Deaf and 
Dumb and the Blind, as follows : 

Joseph Cobb, Sheriff Edsrec'mbe Co 



J. L. Bundy, 
\Y. A. Walton, 
J. R. Grady, 



Cabarrus 

Rowan 

Harnett 



30 

360 
60 
90 
30 

180 
60 
30 
30 
60 
60 

210 
30 
30 
60 
90 

120 

150 
30 
30 

150 
60 
30 
90 

450 
90 

390 
30 
60 
30 

150 
90 

180 



75 

75 

75 

150 



$126,610 36 



1862-'63.] Document No. 8. 

Year ending Sept. ZOth, 1862. 



LITERARY YVH^B.—iDishursemenis.) 
Statement B. 

ExJiihiting the several ohjects for which the Disbursements of 
the Literary ^und have been made : 



1861. 
Oct. 



Nov. 



Wilkes County, 
Camden " 
Henderson " 
Davidson " 
Sampson 



Paid sundry Counties, for support of Com- 
mon Schools, Spring Distribution, 1861, 
as follows : 

Peter Eller, Chm'u 
Thos. Palmer, 
Jos. Maxwell, 
John Haines, 
A. Monk, . 
S. H. Young, Treasurer of the N. C. Insti- 
tution for the Deaf and Dumb and the 
BHnd, 
Pulaski Cowper, Secretary to Literary 
Board, expenses of meeting of said 
Board, lOtli and 18th of Oct., 1861, 
J. J. Stewart, for publishing in Salisbury 
Banner, Spring Distribution, 1801, 
Common School Fund, 
Sundry Counties, for support of Common 
Schools, Spring Distribution, 1801, as 
follows : 
Davie County, L. Bingham, Ch'mn 





Asylum for the Deaf 

Blind, 
jGommon Schools, 
Expense Account, 

Detailed as follows : 


and Dumb and the 


15,000 

64:,812 

4,967 


81 

72 




$ 84,780 53 



% 698 
310 
412 

847 
738 



2,000 



86 



12 



52 
44 

98 
38 
60 



60 



41988 



10 



Document 'No. 8. [Session 

Comptroller'' a Jlej^iortfor the Fiscal 



Onslow " E. W. Fonville, Ch'mn, 

Halifax " J. R. Gaiy, 

S. 11. Young, Treasurer of the K. C. In- 
stitution for the Deaf and Dumb and 
the Blind, 

C. H. Wiley, General Superintendent of 
Cominon Schools, his 3d quarter's sal- 
ary for 1861, 

W. J. Yates, for pnblisliing in Western 
Democrat, Fall Distribution, 1861, 
Common School Fund, 

J* W. Syme, for publishing in Kaleigl 
Register, Spring and Fall Distribution, 
1861, Common School Fund, 

Sundry Counties, for support of Common 
Schools, Spring Distribution, 1861, as 
follows : 

Watauga County, M. C. Harmon, Ch'mn, 

Nash " J. J. Q. Taylor, " 

McDowell " Wm. A. McCall, " 

Bladen^ " Neill Graham, " 

S. H. Young, Treasurer of the N. C. In 
stitution for the Deaf and Dumb and 
the Blind, 

Thomas Loring, for publishing in Golds- 
boro' Tribune, Fall Distribution, 1861, 
Common School Fund, 

C. H. Wiley, for services rendered to Lit- 
erary Board, 

T. W. Atkin, for publishing in Asheville 
News, Fall Distribution, 1861, Common 
School Fund, 

S. H. Young, Treasurer of the N'. C. In 
stitution for the Deaf and Dumb and 
the Blind, 

C. H. Wiley, General Superintendent of 
Common Schools, his 4th quarter's sal- 
ary for 1861, 

0. H. Wiley, for postage paid by him on 
official documents, from 1853 to 1861 
inclusive, 



$ 



422 
780 



1,000 
875 



24 
24 



200 
474 
344 
481 



1,000 



24 

5 

24 

2,000 
375 

450 



40 
42 



S8 



46 

44 



18G2-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



11 



Tear eiiding Sept. 30th, 1862. 



1862. 
Jan. 



Feb. 



Mar. 



April. 



W. W. Holden, for publishing in K C. 
Standard, Fall Distribution/lS61, Com- 
mon School Fund, ! 

D. C. Mclntyre, Chairman, for snpport 
of Common Schools in Itobeson Coimt}^, 
Spring Distribution, 1861, j 

S. H. Young, Treasurer of the N. C. In- 
stitution for the Deaf and Dumb and 
the Bhnd, 

J. J. Stewart, for publishing in Salisbury 
Banner, Fall Distribution, 1862, Com- 
mon School Fund, 

T. W. Atkin, for publishing in Asheville 
News, Fall Distribution, 1802, Com- 
mon School Fund, 

|S. II. Young, Treasurer of the N. C. In \ 
stitution ibr the Deaf and Dumb andj 

I the Blind, ' \ 

C. II. Wiley, General Superintendent of. 
Common Schools, for subscription toN, 
C. Journal of Education, sent to Chair- 
men of Common Schools, under act of 
General Assembly, 

C. II. Wiley, annual appropriation of the 
General Assembly for educational pur- 
poses, for 1861-'62, 

R. Granger, for publishing in Washing 
ton Dispatch, Fall Distribution, 1861, 
Common School Fund, 

John Spelman, for publishing in State 
Journal, Fall Distribution, 1861, Com- 
mon Scliool Fund, 

John Spelman, for printing done for Lit- 
erary Board, 

Sundry Counties, for support of Common 
Schools, Spring Distribution, 1862, as 
follows : 

Cumberland Co., A. M. Campbell, Chrn'n, 



Rowan 


" D. A. Davis, 


u 


Warren 


" Samuel Bobbitt, 


(C 


Bimcombe 


" M. Patton, 


({ 


Hyde 


" N. Beckwith, 
(Spring, 1861,) 


u 



§ 



24 
664 

1,000 
24 
24 

1,000 

1,129 

200 

24 

24 
13 



1,250 
1,367 
1,140 
1,249 

395 



80 



50 



53 
99 
79 



10 



12 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' s Repoi'tfor the Fiscal 



Mecklenb'g " J.P.Ross, Chm'n, 

Greene " B. S. Hardv, " 

Chatham " J. S. Lsssifer, " 

Wake " Steph'n Stephenson, " 

Bertie " Job. Cooper, " 

Iredell " Jno. Davidson, " 

Wilson " L. D. Farmer, " 

Orange " W. H. Brown, " 

Guilford " Nathan Hiatt, " 

Randolph " Jonathan Worth, " 
Cleaveland « J. R. Logan, " 

K Hanover " S. D. Wallace, " 

Alamance " John Trolingcr, " 
Bnrke " M. M. Kebler, " 

Forsyth " J. W. Alspangh, " 

Edgecombe " David Barlow, " 

Person " G. D. Satterlield, « 

Franklin " W. T. Johnson, " 

S. II. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 
Expenses of meeting of Literary Board, 

in Raleigh, April 2d, 1862, 
Sundry Counties for support of Common 
Schools, Spring Distribution, 1862, as 
follows : 
Union County, M. W. Cuthbertson, Ch'm, 
Richmond " B, B. McKenzie, " 

Wilkes " Peter Eller, " 

Alleghany " Jas. H. Parks, " 

Stokes " W. A. Mitchell, " 

Bladen " Neill Graham, " 

Watauga " Robert Shearer, " 

S. H. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 
C. H. Wiley, General Superintendent of 
Common Schools, his first quarter's sa- 
lary for 1862, 
C. H. Wiley, General Superintendent, 
(fee, for postage paid by Jiim on offici- 
al documents, and expenses of print- 
ing, 
John Spelman, printing done for C. H. 
Wiley, as General Superintendent, &c. 



1,476 

667 
1,670 
2,407 
1,160 



32 

07 
68 
92 
07 



1,362,58 



68 

77 



874 
1,566 
1.955 81 
1,696|06 

1,20832 



1,848 
1,101 

871 
1,259 
1,251 

961 



17 
10 

20 
83 
52 
09 



1,18551 

2,000 
58 50 



1,008 
927 

1,499 
368 
989 
811 
516 

1,000 



375 



13 

97 
60 
64 
57 

87 
65 



77 



62 



lS62-'63.] 



DOODMENT. No. 8. 



13 



Year ending Sept. SOth, 1S62. 



l»t)2. 

June, 



July. 



Sundry Counties, for support of Common 

I Schools, Spring Distribution, 1862, as 

i follows : 

Rockingham Co., J. W. Burton, Chm'n. $ 1,494160 



Aug. 



Moore 

Gaston 

Northampton 

Sam pson 

Yadkin 

Surry, 

Henderson 

Wayne 



Camden 


Co. 


Gates 


li 


Hertford 


(( 


Caswell 


u 


Stanly 


(( 


.Haywood 


u 


iJackson 


u 


iMacon 


u 


Johnston 


u 



W. D. Dowd, 
Stephen Morris, 
Herod Faisoii, 
A. Monk, 
James Sheek, 
Sam'l. H. Taylor, 
Jos. Maxwell, 
W. K. Lane, 
S. H. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 
.J. W. Alspaugh, for publishing in Win- 
ston Sentinel, Fall Distribution, 1861, 
I Common School Fund, 
'Sundry Counties for support of Common 
Schools, Spring distribution, 1862, as 
follows : 

Thos. Palmer, Ch'mn, 
R. H. L. Bond, 
Jos. B. Slaughter, " 
Alvis Lea, " 

Jno. W. Smith, " 
Jos. Cathey, " 

Wm. H. Bryson, " 
J. R. Siler, " | 

D. H. Holland, « | 

S. H. Young, Treasurer N. C. Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 
C. H. Wiley, General Superintendent of 
i Common Schools, his 2d quarter's salary 

for 1862, 
C. 11. Wiley, as subscription to N. C. Jour- 
nal of Education, sent to School Districts] 
and Examining Committees, 
Sundry Counties for support of Common 
I Schools, Spring distribution, 1862, as 
I follows : 
Davidson Co., Jno. Haines, Ch'ran, 
lOnslow " E. W. Fonville, 



1,095 
886 
1,119 
1,076 
1,065 
813 



32 
24 

81 
88 
67 
i68 



1,04013 
1,112 72 

1,000 



24 



397 

723 



18 



81213 
131lil2 

770|72 
59664 
56931 
609|25 
143905 

1,000 



375 



1133 



1540 

783 



50 



75 

85 



14 



Document No. 8. 



[Segsion 



Comptroller'' s Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 
Aug. 

Sept. 



Catawba, Co., G-. P. Shuford, Ch'ran, 
Lenoir, " J. W. Cox, « 

G. W. Hayes, Chairman for support o^ 
Common Schools in Cherokee County, 
Spring distribution, 1802, 
S. II, Young, Treasurer X. C. Institution 
for tlie Deaf and Dumb and the Bhnd, 
Fulton & Price, for publishing in Wil- 
mington Journal, Spring and Fall dis- 
tribution, 1861, Common School Fund, 
Expenses of meeting of Literary Board 
in Kaleigh, September 9, 1862, 




PUBLIC FUND. -{Receipts.) 

Statement C. 

Exhibiting the several sources from which the Receipts of the 
Public Fund have been derived. 



Accrued Interest on 8 per cent, cer- 






tificates of State Stock, 


12,970 


21 


Cherokee Bonds, 


2,370 




Collateral Descent received from Clerk 






Supreme Court, 


41 


67 


Confederate Tax, 


1,404,074 


16 


Contingencies, 


35 




Insane Asylum Tax, 


4,756 


59 


Insane Asylum, Pay Patients, 


30 




Interest on payments of Confederate 






Tax, 


3,936 


46 


Interest on State Loans, 


10 




Interest on State Treasury Notes, 


276 


20 


Military Appropriation, 


788,257 


05 


Public Taxes, 


680,920 


39 



1862-63.] Document No. 8. 

Year ending September 30th, 1862. 



15 



Revised Code, 

State Coupon Bonds issued to Fayette- 

ville & Western Railroad Company, 
State Coupon Bonds issued to Western 

N. C. Railroad Company, 
State Coupon Bonds, S per cent., sold 

to meet liabilities of the State, 
State Coupon Bonds, G per cent., sold 

to meet liabilities of the State, 
State Loans, 

Tax on Attorneys' License, 
Tax on Bank Stock, 
Treasury Notes Issued, 
Wilmington & Weldon Railroad Bonds, 



Detailed as follows : 



99 



62,000 
220,000 



3,121, MS 



129,000 

3,460,48743 

99I7.5 

27,574|99 

3,357,810L50 

21,770,10 



$13,297,973150 



Received of Jesse Bledsoe, Sheriff of A1-' 
leghany County, on account of indigent 
patients from said county in Insane 
Asylum of KC. 

Asa Biggs, Judge of Confederate Court 
of the District of N. C, as proceeds of 
the sales of prizes taken by steamers be- 
longing to the State, 

Received of the Confederate Govern- 
ment, per Gov. Clark, in two bonds of 
the " Confederate States of America," 
of $1,000 each, being part of the sum 
paid by the State of North Carolina, on 
account of Coast Defences, 

Sundry Banks, &c., of N. C , temporary 
loans to meet liabilities of the State, 
as follows : 

Branch Bank of Lexington, Graham, 

Greensboro' Mutual Life Ins. and Trust 
Co., 

Bank of North Carolina, 

Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Raleigh, 



131 



35,021 



3? 



2,000 



10,000 

10,000 
25,000 
25,000 



16 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



^mi. 








Oct. 


Bank of Charlotte, 


$ 20,000 






Bank of Washington, 


25,000 






Hillsboro' Savings Institution, 


4,925 






Farmers' Bank of North Carolina, 


25,000 






Bank of Clarendon, 


24,613 


70 




Bank of Fayetteville, 


24,238 


50 




Literary Fund, 


15,081 






Merchants' Bank of Newbern, 


24,642 


47 




Bank of Wilmington, 


50.000 






Bank of Commerce, Newbern, 


19,700 






Sundry Banks, tax on Capital Stock, as 








follows : 








Miners' and Planters' Bank, 


375 


30 




Bank of Lexington, 


741 


30 




Bank of Cape Fear, 


3,142 


50 




Bank of Washington, 


812 


50 




Bank of Clarendon, 


1,200 






Issued at sundry times during this month. 








in Treasury Notes of the denomination 








of $1, authorized to be issued under an 








act of the General Assembly of N. C, 


16,154 






Issued at sundry times during this month, 








in Treasury Notes of the denomination 








of $2, authorized to be issued under an 








act of the General Assembly of N. C, 


1,000 




^ov. 


W. W. Proffitt, Sheriff of Yancy County, 
on account of indigent patients from 








said county, in Insane Asylum of N. C, 


130 


48 




Asa Biggs, Judge of the Confederate 








Court of the district of N.JC., amount of 








decrees in favor of the Public Treasurer 








of N. C, 


49 


52 




Received of the Confederate Govern- 








ment, per Gov. Clark, in bonds of the 








" Confederate States of America," on 








account of money advanced by the 








State ol N. C, for Military purposes. 


2,500 






Wharton J. Green, Col. Independent N. 








C. Kegiment, being in part of $50,000 








advanced him by the State, on account 








of said Regiment, under an act of the 








General Assembly of N. C, extra ses- 








sion, 1861, 


10,000 





1662-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



17 



Year ending Sepiemher SO^/t, 1862. 



IssTied to C. B. Mallett, Pres't of Fayette- 
ville and Western Railroad Co., 52 State 
Coupon Bonds of $1000 each, dated 
October 1st. 1861, and running 30 
years, 

Sundry Banks, itc, of N. C, Temporary 
loans to meet liabilities of the State, as 
follows : 

Bank of Cape Fear, 

Bank of Washington, 

Bank of Wadesboro', 

Bank of Lexington, 

Bank of North Carolina, 

Bank of Fayetteville, 

Bank of Clarendon, 

Commercial Bank of Wilmington, 

Bank of Yancey ville, 

|john G. Williams & Co., 

I Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Raleigh, 

iBank of Clarendon, 

iBank of Fayetteville, 

iBank of Wilmington, 

IFarmers' Bank of N. C, 

[Issued at sundry times during the month 
of Nov., 1861, in Treasury Notes of the 
denomination of S2, authorized to be 
issued under an act of the General As- 

, sembly of N. C, 

Issued at sundry times during this month 
in Treasury Notes, of the denomina- 
tion of $1, authorized to be issued un- 
der an act of the General Assembly of] 
N. C, 

Issued to Fayetteville & Western Rad-| 
road Company, 10 State Coupon Bondsl 
of $1,000 each, dated Oct. 1st, 1801, j 
and running 30 years. 

Bank of Commerce, Newbern, tax on 
capital stock, 

Sundry persons, interest on Treasury 
Notes, authorized to be issued under 
an ordinance of the Convention, 
Doc. No. 8.] 2 



52,000 



29,535 
50,000 
20,000 

6,907 
14,910 
24,238 
24,250 
29,546 
10,000 
15,00( 
29.535 
24,250 
24,238 
49,2, 

9,848 



18,400 

30,700 

10,000 
819 

276 



50 
31 



50 

60 
77 



54 
20 



13 



Document No. 8. [Sossion 

Comptroller's Repoi'tfor the Fiscal 



Sundry persons, for bonds of the Confed- 
erate States of America, 

Sundry Banks, &c., of N. C, temporary 
loans to meet liabilities of the State, as 
follows : 

Greensboro' Mutual Life Insurance and 
Trust Company, 

Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Greensboro', 

Hillsboro' Savings Institution, 

Farmers' Bank of N. C, 

Merchant's Bank of Newbern, 

Bank of Commerce, do., 

Bank of Cape Fear, 

Bank of Clarendon, 

Bank of "Washington, 

Greensboro' Mutual Life Insurance and 
Trust Company, 

Bank of North-Carolina, 

Bank of Wilmington, tax on capital stock, 

Issued at sundry times during the month 
of December, 1861, in Treasury Notes 
of $100 each, authorized to be issued 
under an ordinance ot the Convention 
of N. C, and bearing interest at Q per 
cent, per annum. 

Issued at sundry times draring this month 
in Treasury Notes of the following de- 
nominations, authorized to be issued 
under an act of the General Assembly 
of N. C: 

Notes of $2 each, 



5 cents each^ 
20 " " 



Jacob Siler, Agent for the collection of 
Cherokee Bonds, on account of said 
Bonds, 

Trustee of "Washington county, on ac- 
count of indigent patient in Insane 
Asylum of N. C, from said county. 

Received of the Confederate Govern- 



$ 8,500 



19,800 
24,737 
4,924 
10,000 
14,770 
29,689 
25,000 
24,750 
49,506 

9,850 

98,466 

875 



109,200 



19,900 

23,500 

1,720 

5,620 



50 
17 

68 
32 



85 



70 



23i 



60 



1862-'63.^ 



Document No. 8. 



19 



Year endrng Sejpiemher SOth, 1862. 



raent through Gov, Clark, in four bonds 
of the Confederate States of America, 
being part of the sum advanced by the 
the State of X. 'C, on account of coast 
defences, 

R. F. Simonton, being amount -oveiipaid 
him for Catawba -county on accoimt of 
expenses for mihtary purposes, 

W. H. & R. S. Tucker, loan to meet lia- 
bilities of the State, 

Bank of (Clarendon, loan to meet liabili- 
ties of the State, 

Hillsboro' Savings Institution, loan to 
meet lifibilities of the State, 

Bank of Wilmington, tax or capital stock. 

Issued at sundry times during this month, 
in Treasury iN'otes of the following de- 
nominations, authorised to be issued 
under an acft of the General Assembh 
of K€.,-: 

Notes of 20 cents each, 

(( « g «( a 

u « 5Q « u 

■« ** 25 " ^' 



« 



<( 



(•( 



Issued at sundry tiii&es cluring this montl 
in Treasury Notes of the followingde- 
nominations, authorized to be issued 
under ati ordinance of the 'Convention 
of N. C, and bearing interest at t^^r/ 
cent, per annum': 

Notes of $ 50 each, 



•" " t 50 •«' 

Issued at sundry times ^RTing this montli 
in Treasury Notes ©f the following de- 
nominations, authorized to be issued 

I under an ordinance of the Convention 

I of N. C, and bearing no interest : 

[Notes of S50 'each, 

[Notes of $100 each, 



4,000 



2,856 

15,500 

24,626 

3,750 
2,400 



13,546 

■3,162 

5,150 

2^5T5 

525§00 

65,600 



61 



02 



iso 



49,000 

158,000 

11,100 



22,100 
12,400 



20 



Document No. 8. [Session 

Comptroller'' s Report for the Fisca! 



1861. 








Jan. 


Notes of $10 each, 


$ 15,680 




Feb. 


Jacob Siler, Agent for tlie collection of 
Cherokee Bonds, on account of said 








Bonds, 


592 






Issued to "Western IST. C. Eailroad Com- 








pany 2.20 State Coupon Bonds of flOOO 








each, dated Oct. 1st, 1861, and run- 








ning 30 years, 


220,000 






Sundry Banks, &c., of N. C. Temporary 








loans to meet liabilities of the State, as 








follows : 








W. H. & E. S. Tucker, 


5,000 






Bank of North Carolina, 


7,981 


3S 




Greensboro'' Mutual Life Insurance and 








Trust Co., 


^,850 






Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Greensboro' 


24,612 


5C 




Issued at Sundry times during this month 








in Treasury Notes of the following de- 








nominations, being balance of $120,- 








000, authorized to be issued under an 








ordinance of the ConventioUj Jan. 30th, 








1862 : 








Notes of $100 each, 


36,300 






Notes of $50 each, 


50,400 






Issued at sundry times during this month 








in Treasury notes of the following de- 








nominations, authorized to be issued 








under an ordinance of the Convention 








ofN. C: 








Notes of $20 each, 


101,700 






Notes of $10 each. 


45,000 






Issued at sundry times during this month 








in Treasury Notes of the following de- 








nominations, authorized to be issued 








under ^n act of the General Assem- 








bly : 








Notes of $2, each, 


35,462 






Notes of $1 each, 


59,112 






Notes of .50 cents each^ 


17,035 






Notes of 25 c.e^ts.each, 


8,517 


50» 




Notes of 10 cents each. 


3,710 






|!Tptes of 5 cents^each, 


1,855 





1862-63.] 



Document No. 8. 



21 



Vear ending Sept. SOth, 1862. 



1862. 
Feb. 



Mar. 



i-J. G. Martin, Adjutant General, amount 

i of iiues paid into his office, due from 

resigned Militia officers. !|^ 50 

Major John Devereux, A. Q. M , being'i 
amounts received from the Confederate 
Government and other sources on ac- 
count of Mihtary expenditures, || 530,029 73 

Received at sundiy times during this 
month, of the following persons for' 
Bonds of the State of N. C, bearing! 
interest at the rate of 8 per cent per an-} 
nnm, authorized by an Ordinance of thei 
Convention of N. C, passed February,' 
1862, entitled " An Ordinance to pro-j 
vide for funding the Treasury Xotes ofj 
North Carolina, and for other purpo- 
ses," as follows : 

John G. "Williams & Co., 

J. G. Lash, Cashier, drc, 

ISundry Banks, &c., of N. C, temporary 
loans to meet liabilities of the State, as 
follows : 

C. W. Garrett, 

Bank of AYadesboro', 

Bank of Wilmington, 

Bank of Fayetteville, 

Bank of Wilmington, 

Issued at sundry times during this month 
in Treasury Notes of the following de- 
nominations, autiiorized to be issued un- 
der an act of the General Assembly : 

iNotes of 5 cents each, 

jNotes of 10 cents each. 

Notes of 25 cents each, 

Notes of 50 cents each, 

Notes of -SI each, 

Notes of $2 each, 

I Issued at sundry times during this month 
in Treasury Notes of the following de- 
nominations,, authorized to be issued 
under an Ordinance of the Convention 
of N. C, as follows : 

: Notes of $ 5 each, ll 24,000! 



110,448 
168,500 



5,000 
20,000' 
29.546:31 
50,000! 
50,000 



2,337 50 
4,675 

7,287!50 
14,575i 
88,089' 
52,346 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Session 





ComjptroUer' 8 Report f 


or the Fiscal 


1862. 
Mar. 


Notes of $10 each, 


$ 81,000 






Notes of $20 each, 


160,000 






Wihnington & Weldon Raih'oad Co., on 








account of bonds of said Co., due the 








State, 


21,Y76 


10' 


April. 


Received during this month of sundry per- 








sons, for bonds of the State of N. C, 








bearing interest at the rate of 6 and 8 








per cent, per annum, authorized bj an 








ordinance of the Convention of N. C, 








passed February, 1862, entitled "An 








Ordinance to provide for funding the 








Treasury Notes of North-Carolina, and 








for other purposes," as follovt^s : 








STOCK TAKEN AT 6 PEB CENT. 








C. R. Thomas, 


1,500 






A. Gordon, 


1,000 






W. H. Jones, Cashier, 


29,500 






W. D. Patterson, 


500 






STOCK TAKEN AT 8 PER CENT. 








J. G. Lash, Cashier. 


84,000 






R. C. Pearson, 


1,500 






G. W. Mordecai, 


1,000 






C. R. Thomas, 


1,000 






Jed. II. Lindsay, 


6,500 






T. W. Dewey, Cashier, 


13,000 






W. H. Jones, Cashier, 


6,500 






Bank of Clarendon, 


33,000 






A. A. Willard, 


3,000 






R. M. Pearson, 


7,500 






J. G. Williams & Co., 


177,500 






J. H. Lindsay, 


50,000 






Fisher, Barringer & Mason, Trustees, 


3,000 






Executors of Joel H. Jenkins, 


5,000 






Cooper & Williams, 


2,000 






R. A. Young & Bro., 


2,000 






J. G. Martin, 


8,000 






Farmer's Bank of N. C, 


21,000 





1862-'63.] 



Document No. 3. 



23 



Yea/r ending Sept. ZOih, 1862. 



1862. 
April 



S. H. Cannady, 
iBank of Charlotte, 
Samuel Hargrave, 
B. B. Eoberts, 
Id. B. Dugger, 
|J. C. Conrad, 
iWm. Murphy, 
J. S. McCubbins, 
jjno. L. Morehead, 
iRobert Gr. Lindsay, 
Jesse H, Liudsay, 
jN. C. Railroad, 
A. D. Lindsay, 
iRobertjM. Sloan, Jr., 
jJames E. Lindsay, 
J. J. Blackwood, 
S. P. Alexander, 
R. P. Dick, 

F. & H. Fries, 
W. W. Yass,, 
R. B. Andrews, 

J. W. Cunningham, 
W. H. & R. S. Tucker, 
Mrs. M. M. Marshall, 
W. L. Steele, 
W. L. Ledbetter, 
J. M. Brewer, 
Samuel Wait, 
;D. p. Weir, 
W. M. Rogers, 

G. W. Swepson, 
M. M. Transou, 

A. T. Summey, Trustee of Buncombe 
county, for board of Margaret E. Wil- 
lis, an indigent patient in Insane Asy- 
lum of N. C, from said county, 

W. II. Michael, Trustee of Lincoln coun- 
ty, for board of John Keener, an indi- 
gent patient in Insane Asylum from 
said county, 

iMaj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., being 
amount received on account of the sale 



2,500 

17,000 
2,000 
2,000 
4,500 
3,000 
3,000 
1,000 

13,000 
5,000 

35,600 
3,000 
1,500 
1,000 
600 
5,000 
3,000 
3,000 

10,000 
3,000 
1,000 

13,000 

20,000 
1,000 
2,000 

11,000 
1,000 
1,000 

24,000 
1,000 
2,500 
1,000 



72 



144 



24 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Sessioa 



Comptroller'' 8 li&portfor the Fiscal 



of sniidrj articles purchased by him 
for military purposes, 

W. H. Oliver, A. Q. M., being- amount 
received on account of the sale of sun- 
dry articles purchased by him for mili- 
tary purposes, 

W. L. Steele, amount overpaid him in 
the purchase of a gun for the State, 

W. H. Oliver, A. Q. M., being amount 
refunded in consequence of an error in 
the purchase of a horse by him for the 
army, 

Wharton J. Green, Col. Independent N. 
C. Regiment, being amount advanced 
him by the State for the equipment of 
said Kegiment, 

Bank of North-Carolina, temporary loan 
to meet State liabilities. 

Issued at sundry times during this month 
in Treasury Notes of the following de- 
nominations, authorized to be issued 
under an ordinance of the Convention 
of N. C, as follows : 

Notes of $5 each 



" " $20 " 

Issued at sundry times during this month 
in Treasury Notes of the following de- 
nominations, authorized to be issued 
under an act of the General Assembly, 
of N. C, as follows : 

Notes of 5 cents each, 

u (c 20 " '' 
u (( 25 " <' 
" " 50 " " 
" " $1 " 

" " $3 " 

Received during this month of sundry 
persons, for Bonds of the State of 
North Carolina, bearing interest at the 
rate of 6 and 8 per cent, per annum, 



% 11,48T 

6,036 

2 

25 

20,000 

98,950 



65 



71 



68,000 
64,000 
96,000 



995 
6,360 
1,338 
9,995 

19,990 
7,700 

39,600 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. S. 



Year ending Sejyf. BOth, 1S62, 



1862. 


authorized by an ordinance of the 
Convention of N. C, passed February, 




« • ' 


18G2, entitled "An (Jrdinanco to pro- 
vide for funding the Treasury Note? 
i of North Carolina, and for other pur- 
poses," as follows : 

STOCK TAKEN AT 6 ?ER CENT. 




May. 


D. P. Weir, 


$ 40,500 




W. H. Michael, 


2,000 




Jas. McAden, 


1,000 




E. A. Yogler, 


7,500 




J. C. Jenkins, ^ 


3,500 




STOCK TAKEN AT 8 PER CENT. 






R. F. Simonton, 


1,000 


■ - 


John tSummerville, 


1,000 


■ ■■ 


;C. N. McAdoo, 


1,000 


' 


IWiley Perry, 


! 1,000 




'Mildred C. Cameron, 


8,000 




;John W. Cunningham, 


60,000 


■ ^ 


IJohn Sumnierell, 


2,000 




iBank of Charlotte, 


1 16,000 




|Jno. G. Williams, 


126,000 




jW. H. & R. S. Tucker, 


94,500 




jD. P. Weir, Treasurer, 


.50,000 




'Jesse H. Lindsay, 


25,0()<' 




Jno. H. Brvan, 


1 2,500 




;T. W. Dewey, Cashier, 


i 4,000 




E. L. Harding, 


i 500 




,A. A. Willard, 


1 ILOOO 




; J. F. Folkes, 


t 36,000 




Jas. E. Hoyt, 


179,000 




J. E. Boger, 


2,500 




a. W. Michael, 


1,000 




W. 11. Micliael, 


1,500 




G. W. Mordecai, 


3,000 




J. G. Lash, Cashier, 


84,000 




G. W. Mehaifey, 


500 




W. P. Weir, "^ 


25,000 




J. W. Thomas, 


6,000 



26 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


1 






May. 


C. W. Garrett, 


% 5,000 






J. M. Williams, 


5,000 






;R. N. Taylor, 


1,000 






|W. J. Murray, 


3,000 






iThos. Rufiin, Adm'r of J. B. G. Eoulhac, 


500 






Do. Guardian M. C. Lester, 


500 






Do. 


3,000 






Alice Euffin, 


1,000 






Jno. D. Williams, Pres't, &c., 


45,500 






R. 0. Pearson, 


2,500 






J. M. Williams, 


10,000 






Henry Hart, 


10,000 






Thos. Branch & Sons, 


130,000 






Barringer, Fisher & Moore, Trustees, 


1,500 






Hinton & Dunn, 


4,000 




— * 


Ehza Primrose, 


1,000 






Bank of Fayetteville, 


66,000 






J. S. Cannon, 


2,000 






P. K. Dickinson, 


1,000 






Geo. Hart, 


15,000 






Julian Picot, 


2,000 






C. F. McCoy, 


5,000 






T. McGee, 


8,000 






Jno. M. Brewer, 


500 






Jacob Siler, Agent for the collection of 








Cherokee Bonds, on account of said 








Bonds, 


1,708 






S. L. Hayman, being amount overdrawn 








b}'- him for services in Treasury De- 








partment, 


35 






Asa Biggs, on account of money receiv- 








ed by him for Coast Defences, 


129 


20 




Sundry Banks of N. C, temporary loans 








to meet liabilities of the State, as fol- 








lows: 








Bank of Clarendon, 


130,000 






Hillsboro' Savings Institution, 


3,750 






Bank of ^ orth Carolina, $300,000, dis- 








count off $4,550.10, 


295,449 


90 




Hillsboro' Savings Institution, 


3,750 






Bank of Fayetteville, 


174,600 






Issued at sundry times during this month 







lS62-'63.] 



Document. No. 8. 



27 



Year ending Sept. 30ih, 1862. 






1862. 

May. 


1 in Treasury Notes of the following de- 
nominations, authorized to be issued 
j under an Ordinance of the Convention, 
I and an act of the General Assembly of 
N. C, as follows : 








Notes of 5 cents each, 


2,819 


50 




(( 2Q U U 


5,095 






" 20 " " 


4,070 




• 


" 50 " " 


14,950 






" 25 " " 


7,475 






« $1 " " 


58,632 






" $2 " " 


89,592 






ilssued at sundry times during this month, 








j in Treasury Notes of the following de- 








nominations, authorized to be issued un- 








der an Ordinance of the Convention of 








N. C, as follows : 








Notes of $10 each, 


40,000 






" $20 " 


264,000 




June, 


Received during this month of sundry 
persons, for Bonds of the State of North 
Carolina, bearing interest at the rate of 
6 and 8 per cent, per annum, authoriz- 
ed by an Ordinance of the Convention 
of N. C, passed February, 1862, enti- 
tled " An Ordinance to provide for 
funding the Treasury Notes of North 
Carolina, and for other purposes," as 
follows : 

STOCK TAKEN AT 6 PER CENT. 








Jos. S. Cannon, 


1,000 






Bank of Commerce, Newbern, 


20,000 






STOCK TAKEN AT 8 PER CENT. 








nios. Branch & Sons, 


87,000 






Jno. G. Williams & Co., 


33,500 






D. B. Dugger, 


11,000 






Willis Whitaker, 


1,000 






Henrj Hart, 


20,000 





28 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 






June. 


Jno. Craige, 

John W. Norwood, Guardian of Jo. 


$ 10,000 




Blount, 


4,000 




J. H. Bryan, 


2,000 




Sarah J. Lenoir, 


500 




C. W. Purcell & Co., 


30,000 




Geo. Hart, 


5,000 




Mrs. Franci? J. Iredel], 


6,000 




Bank of Commerce, Newbern, 


30,000 




J. W. Cunningham, 


15,000 




Yadkin Manufacturing Company, 


10,500 




Branch Bank of Lexington, Graham, 


12,000 




T. McGee, 


7,500 




Charles F. Dewey, 


1,000 




A. McLean, 


3,500 




Bank of Washington, 


5,500 




America C. Brewer, 


1,000 




M. C. Cameron, 


500 




n. H. Buxton, 


1,000 




T, W. Dewey, Cashier, 


2,000 




Albert Johnson, 


2,000 




Miss Helen B. L-edell, 


5,000 




Miss Margaret F. Iredell, 


4,000 




T. Savage, Cashier, 


4,000 




W. E. Anderson, 


. 500 




Bank of Commerce, ISTewbern, being 






amount of interest over paid on Note 






paid otf. 


10 




A. H. Hassell, Sheriff of Bertie county, 






in part payment of the public taxes due 






the State from said county for the year 






1861, 


10,052 i 




Sundry Banks of N. C, temporary loans 






to meet State liabilities, as follows : 






Bank of Lexington, 


19,380 




Bank of Washington, 


75,000 




Do. ^ do. 


75,000 




Banlc of Yanceyville, 


50,000 




Hillsboro' Savings Institution, 


3,750 




Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Greensboro', 


60,000 




Commercial Bank of Wilmington, 


65,000 




Issued at sundry times during this month 





90 



1862 -'63.] 



Document Ko. 8. 



29 



Year endinc/ Sept. 30th, 1862. 



126,713 
4,230 
2,115 
4,220 

2,782 



99 



in Treasury Notes, of the denominationj 
of 20 cents each, authorized to be issued; 
under an Ordinance of tlie Convention; 
ofN. 0. . i$ 1,226 

Issued at sundry times durins: this month 
in Treasury Notes of tlie followiTif; de- 
nominations, authorized to be issued un- 
der an Ordinance of the Convention audi 
act of the General Assembly of N. C, 
aa follows : 
Notes of $1 each, 
I " " 50c. " 
1 " " 25c. " 
" " 10c. " 
I " '' 5c. " 

IE. K Freeman, Clerk Supreme Court, 
Raleigh, tax on Attorneys' license, 
June Term, 1862, 
['Bank of North Carolina, tax on capital 
jj stock, 
July. Ij. W. Steed, Sheriff Randolph County,, 
I on account of indigent patient in In-- 
i| sane Asylum of NT C, from said Co., ,1 
Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., funds due thej 
State on account of sales of military' 
stores, ! 

iCiipt. M. A. Bledsoe, A. Q. M., money: 
j overdrawn on account of Quart eri 
! Master's Department, ! 

!Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., money 
overdrawn on account of Quarter 
Master's Department, i 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., money over-l 
drawn on account of Commissary De- 
partment, 
Wm. H. Smith, Sheriff of Person Coun- 
ty, part of taxes due the State from 
said countv for 1861, 
J. R. Smith,'Tax Collector, Wayne Coun- 
ty, part of taxes due the State from 
said county for 1861, 
IBank of North Carolina, temporary loan 
to meet State liabilities, 



iO 



10,648 20 
264 85 
3,030 
2,532 32 



7,669 

9,248 

4,370 

11,597 



93 

50 



28 



196,96660 



30 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Beportfor the Fiscal 



1862. 
July. 



Farmers' Bank of N. C, temporary loan 
to meet State liabilities, 

[issued at sundry times during this month 
in Treasury Notes of tlie following de- 
nominations, authorized to be issued 
under an act of the General Assembly, 
and Ordinance of the Convention, as 
follows : 

Notes of $2 each, 

" " 50 cents each, 

a u 25 <' " 

u u g u a 

Received during this month of sundry 
persons, for Bonds of the State of 
North Carolina, bearing interest at tli€ 
rate of 8 per cent, per annum, author- 
ized by an Ordinance of the Conven- 
tion of N. C, passed February, 1862, 
entitled "An Ordinance to provide for 
funding the Treasury Notes of North 
Carolina and for other purposes," as 
follows : I 

Jas. McKimmon, 

A. Johnson, 

A. McLean, Cashier, 

W. W. Vass, 

T. McGee, 

J. G. Williams, 

W. A. Caldwell, 

T. W. Dewey, Cashier, 

A. Cox, 

jAlex. Montague, 
Mrs. L. M. Tucker, 
Jas. E. Hoyt, 
G. W. Haywood, 

B. F. Harris, 
Thos. Branch & Sons, 
Jas. M. Pool, 

C. A. McAdoo, 
Hinton & Dunn, 
iTho8. Atkinson, 



50,000 



130,408 
54,500 
7,075 
3,537 
6,308 
3,159 



50 



500 
8,000 
3,000 
2,000 
3,500 
36,500 
1,000 
2,000 
2,000 

500 

600 

78,000 

1,000 

1,000 

500 
1,000 

600 

20,000 

1,000 



1S62-63.] 



Document No. 8. 



T^ear ending September 30th, 1862. 



1S62. 








July. 


Jno. J. Cohen, 


$ 500 






Edward C. Riddick, 


1,000 






jSam'l R. Ilarrell, 


5,000 






H. Beattie, 


3,000 






F. F. Eeattie, 


1,000 






D. B. Dugger, 


10,000 






Jno. A. Lancaster, 


1,000 






Trustees of University of IST. C, 


6,000 






F. & H. Fries, 


50,000 






S. H. Cannady, 


2,500 






Caroline A, Winder, 


1,000 






Henry T. Clark, 


1,000 






F. Fries, 


1,000 






Emmet Cnthbert, 


4,000 






A. McDowell, 


1,500 






Mrs. Mary E. Ilarrell, Executrix of es- 








tate of J. S. Harrell, 


3,000 




Ang. 


The following Sheriffs, tax on account 
of indigent patients in Insane Asylum 
of N. C., as follows: 








J. W. Steed, Sheriff Randolph County, 


384 






Geo. Credle, Sheriff Hyde Count}', 


243 


42 




Capt. M. A. Bledsoe, A. Q, M., money 








overdrawn on account of Quarter 








Master's Department, 


1,926 






Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., money over- 








drawn on account of Commissary De- 








partment, 


7,000 






Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., money 








overdrawn un account of Quarter Mas- 








ter's Department, 


11 


52 




Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., money over- 








drawn on account of Commissary De- 








partment, 


4,139 


80 




Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., money over- 








drawn on account of Commissary De- 








partment, 


2,500 






Sundry Sheriffs, Public Taxes for 1861, 








as follows : 








W, Massey, former Tax Col. Johnston Co. 


39 


25 


1 


A. H. Ilassellj Sheriff, Bertie Co., part, 
T. J. Carr, Sheriff, Duplin Co., 


2,478 


52 


i 


8,934 


S5 



32 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



J. T. Barnes, 

S. M. Warren, 

J. W. Steed, 

Wm, Haymore, 

R. J. W. Beaman, '^ 

Geo. Credle, " 

J. E. Bobinson, " 

R. M. Jones 

J. A. Long, " 

W. W. Long, 

L. H. Lawrence, '' 

11. B. Downs, Tax Col. 

W. W. Proffitt, 

C. Austin, " 

iRobert Hamilton, " 

M. Spainhour, Tax Col 

N". W. Cooper, 

David Loftin, 

Wm. Fields, 



Sheriff Wilson " 

Tax Col., " « 

Sheriff, Randolph " 

" Surry " 

Greene " 

Hyde " 

Catawba " 

Orange " 

Richmond " 

Yadkin " 

Lincoln " 

Mecld'g " 



Sheriff, Yancey 
" Union 



Transylv'a" 
Burke " 
Sheriff; Nash, 

" Davidson " 
" Lenoir Co. part. 
Received during this month of sundry 
persons, for Bonds of the State of N. C, 
bearing interest at the rate of 6 and 8 
per cent, per annum, authorized by an 
Ordinance of the Convention of N. C, 
passed February, 1802, entitled, " An 
Ordinance to provide for funding the 
Treasury Notes of North Carohna, and 
other purposes," as follows : 

STOCK TAKEN AT 8 PER CENT. 

Sinking Fund of North Carolina, 

John Craige, 

J. J. Blackwood, 

C. Dewey, 

Brown, Tate & Co., 

John W. Norvrood, Guardian of Jo. 

Blount, 
W. E. Anderson, 
r. G. Williams, 
Thos. Branch & Sons, 
A. Johnson, 



399 
7,937 
9,931 
5,612 
5,255 
3,562 
8,805 

13,721 
9,165 
9,872 
7,132 

18,426 
1,326 
6,436 



1,945 
6,118 
8,495 
11,94447 

5,0u0 



70 
02 
64 
92 
8G 
11 
16 
43 
30 
53 
'^Q 
25 
77 
80 



24 

5:> 

52 



158,000 

20,000 

5,000 

8,000 

600 

3,000 

1,000 

37,500 

52,500 

11,000 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



33 



Year ending Sept. ZOth, 1862. 



D. B. Dno:ger, 

P. K. Dickinson, 

R. M. Pearson, 

Mrs. L. M. Tucker, 

Bank of Clarendon, 

W. A. Caldwell, 

T. W. Dewey, 

Mrs. M. L. Engle, 

|Hinton & Dunn, 

[JolmTrollinger, 

Jas. S. Purefoj, 

A. Y. Stokes & Co. 

John J. Cohen, 

p. A. Davis 6z Co., 

Thos. Ruffin, Guardian of J. Margaret 

McLester, 
Thos. Ratlin, Administrator of J. B. G 
I Roulhac, 

\W. H. & R. S. Tucker, 
Thos. Ruffin, 
Riddick Gatling, 
Saui'l. G. Murphy, 

STOCK TAKEN AT 6 FEE CENT. 

W. H. Jones, 

D. A. Davis & Co., 

Wm. Dunning, 

iMrs. Eliz. Martin, 

iBank of Wadesboro', temporary loan to 
meet liabilities of the State, 

Commercial Bank of Wilmington, tempo 
rary loan to meet liabilities of the State, 

Farmers' Bank of N. C, tax on caipital 
stock, 

Bank of Yancey ville, tax on capital stock. 

Issued at sundry times during tliis month 
in Treasury Notes of the foHowing de- 
nominations, authorized to be issued 
under an ordinance of the Convention 
of N. C^ as follows : 

Notes of 5 cents each, 
Doc. No. 8.] 3 



$ 



25,000 
1,5U0 
1,000 

500 

80,000 

1,000 

2,500 

600 
1,000 
2,000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 

500 

500 

2,500 

2,000 

1,500 



11,500 
4,500 
1,500 
1,000 

108,871 

35,000 

610 

500 



1,169 



25 



50 



Document l^o. 8. 



[Session 



ComptroUer''s Report fm' the Fiscal 



Notes of $20 each, 
" " 15 " 

Issued during this month in Treasury 
Notes of the following denominations, 
authorized to be issued under an act of 
the General Assembly and ordinaBce 
of the Convention, as follows: 

Notes of $2 each, 
" " ^1 " 
'^ "• 50 cents each, 

U it, 2^ (< « 

Sundry persons, as accrued interest on 
eight per cent, certificates of stock of 
of N. C, 

Sundry Sheriffs, on account of indigent 
patients in Insane Asylum of N. C, 
from their respective counties as fol- 
lows: 

W. A. Walton, Sheriff Eowan Co., 

A. J. McBride, " 

J. K. Grady, " 



Watauga 

Harnett 

Hertford 

Guilford 

Chatham 



J. B. Hare, 

C. A. Boon, 

R. B. Paschal, 

O. D. Johnson, for board of patient in 
Insane Asylum of N. C, 

Sundry persons, money overdrawn on ac- 
count of the several Military Depart- 
ments,, as follows : 

Dr. Cha&, E. Johnson, Surgeon General, 

John W. May, 

Capt. Thos. I). Hogg, Com. Department, 

Capt. M. A, Bledsoe, Q. M. " 

Capt. Thos. D. Hogg, Cora. « 

Do. Ord. " 

Do. Com. « 

Do. " « 

E. B. Freeman, Clerk Supreme Court, 
being tax on collateral descents in case 
of 'State against Will. H. Pearce, 



, 176,000 
138,000 



23,800 
56,700 
11,950 

5,975 
100 

1,781 



12,97021 



288 
288 
439 
288 
750 



1,100 



30 



17,531 

750 
5,829 
6,867 
3,500 
1,100 
8,000 
73,929 



41 



21- 



28 
08 



82 



67 



a862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



35 



Year ending Sept. dOth, 1862. 



1862. 
Sept. 


Sundry Sheriffs, &c , State taxes for 1861, 
1 payable in 1862, as follows : 








iJos. Cobb, Sheriff Edfj^ecombe Co., 


$ 23,076 


41 




R. B. Paschal, " Chatham " 


12,18812 




W. F. Wasson, " Iredell " 


8,881 22 




J. L. Bandy, " Cabarrus " 


9,207 32 




W. H. Perkins, Tax Col. Pitt 


11,957 36 




K. H. Worthy, Sheriflf Moore 


5,339 45 




'R. V. Blackstock, Tax Col. Buncombe, " 


6,266 


11 




|J. R. Smith, Tax Col. Wayne Co., bal. 


1,300 


37 




iMathias Masten, Sheriff Forsyth Co., 


16,994 


54 




|R. G. Tuttle, " Caldweil " 


22]86 




jW. A. Sitzer, Tax Col. " " 


3,875 


54 




;R. p. Melvin, Sheriff Bladen " 


6,722 


55 




jW. A. Walton, " Rowan « 


15,218159 




W. J. Murray, " Alamance " 


16,64428 




A. Carson, Act'g " Alexander " 


3,98169 




iJos. Lusk, " Gaston " 


10,69082 




J. G. Gray, Tax Col. Macon " 


2,05366 




A. J. McBride, Sheriff Watauga " 


1,42341 




W. A. Meroney, " Davie " 


10,12647 




A. H. Sanders, " Montgomery " 


3,379j88 




A. A. Wiseman, " Mitchell " 


777 


07 




Hector McNeill, " Cumberland " 


18,828 


89 




J. B. Hare, " Hertford " 


6.921 


64 




Jas. R. Grady, " Harnett <' 


3,474 


85 




J. L. Ward, " Polk 


1,711 


93 




J. M. Carson, " Ashe " 


2,886 


39 




|W Plemraons, Tax Col. Haywood " 


1,780 


91 




G. B. Threadgill, Sheriff Anson 


10,942 


98 




jG. M. Green, " Cleavelacd " 


6,046 


19 




:Jos. Marshall, " Stanly " 


3,787 


87 




HHSandhn,Ac'g" Onslow 


3,939 


67 




W. A. Philpott, " Granville " 


19,153 


11 




jW. H. Smith, " Person " 


6,245 


68 




;H. B. Deaver, Tax Col. Madison " 


1,397 


33 




H. McNeill, Sh'ff Cumberl'nd (additional) 


73 


10 




W. T. Crawford, Sheriff Martin Co., 


7,011 


98 




J. C. Griffith, ■^' -Caswell " 


15,917 


89 




J. A. Gates, " Sampson " 


10,924 


45 




IWm. Fields, " Lenoir " 


3,326 


54 




jNathaniel Moodj., " Siokes " 


6,277 


20 



36 



Document 'No, 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Itefortfor the Fiscal 



Martin Walker, Sheriff Rutherford Co. 

A. B Long, former " Rutherford 

Walker Smith, " Rockingham 

Jesse Bledsoe, " Alleghany 

Watson Curtis, " ^ Claj 

E. A. Gupton, " ' Franklin 

W. T. J. Vanu, " ;N ew Hanover 

a A. Boon, " Guilford 

Lewis Williamson," Columbus 

P. T. Massey, Tax Col. Johnston 

W. H. High, Sheriff Wake 



Thos. J. Whitaker " 

R. M. Smith, " 

N. R. Jones, " 

Reuben King, " 

S. A. Warren, " 

Isaac Arledge, " 
E. D. Davis, 



Jones CO 

Wilkes 

Warren 

Robeson 

Northampton 

Henderson 

Jackson 



part 
Co. 



J W C Piercy, Tax Col. Cherokee 
Isaac A. Reel, Sheriff McDowell 
Jas. S. Snow, *' Halifax 
H. D. Turner, on account of sales of Re 

vised Code, 
Received during this month of sundry 
persons, for bonds of the State of N, 
C, bearing interest at the rate of 6 
and 8 per cent, per annum, authorized 
by an Ordinance of the Convention 
of N. C, passed February, 1862, enti- 
tled "An Ordinance to provide for 
fimding the Treasury Notes of North 
Carolina and for other purposes," as 
follows : 

STOCK TAKEN AT 6 PER CENT. 

W. H. Jones, Cashier, 

STOCK TAKEN AT 8 PEK CEIH'. 

C. H. Brogden, 
Thos. Branch «& Sons, 



6,644 

4 

14,177 

1,278 



36 
23 

m 

96 



90706 



10,495 

25,043 

25,104 
4,276 
9,067 

28,521 
3,700 
5,952 

15,371 
8,243 

13,199 
4,501 
1,704 
2,563 
3,316 

19,505 

99 



76 
71 
08 
98 
75 
42 

64 
94 
67 
12 

46 
68 

84 
OS 
58 



2,500 



500 
14,500 



1862-'63.] 



DocuiEENT No. 8. 



3T 



Year ending September SOth, 1862. 



D. B. Dagger, $ 

T. McGee, 

W. W. Vass, 

D. G. Fowle, 

J. a. Williams, 

J. G. Lash, 

iThos. Ruffin, 

Sam'l J. Crawford, 

Bank ot North Carolina, 

W. R. Hill, Cashier, 

W. H. Holleman, 

jC. A. Carlton, 

Mrs. EL H. Strayhorn, 

;Brown, Tate A: Co., 

iAustin, Norfleet tfe Co., 

David Worth, 

Bank of Washington, 

W. M. Rogers, 

Jno. W. Carr, 

J, J. Cohen, 

S. H. Cannady, 

T. C. Wallace, 

Marion C. Williams, 

M. McMahon, 

A. McLean, 

W. G. Eroadfoot, 

John A. Lancaster & Son, Agents, 
Richmond, Ya,, being amount of 
moneys received of sundry persons, 
(including premium and accrued in- 
terest,) for 8per cent. Coupon Bonds 
ot North Carolina, authorized byi 
" An Ordinance to provide for thej 
assumption of tlie Confederate tax," 
le^ried by the government of the Con- 
federate States upon the people ofi 
North Carolina, b}' an act of the Con-! 
federate Congress, approved 19th 
day of August, A. D., 1861, 

Treasurer of Confederate States of 
America, as interest on $1,250,000 
from 12th to 31st March, 1862, 



23,000 

1,000 

1,000 

500 

14,000 

3,000 

500 

1,000 

15,000 

6,000 

500 

500 

1,000 

500 

500 

500 

75,000 

500 

500 

500 

1000 

2,000 

5,000 

500 

1,500 

4,000 



1,404,074 
3,936 



16 
46 



33 



Document ISo. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Rejportfor the Fiscal, 



1862. 
Sept. 



Sundry Banks, temporary loans to meet 
liabilities of the State as follows : 

Bank of North Carolina, 

Bank of Wilmington, 

Bank ot "Washington, 

Sundry Banks, tax on capital stock, as 
follows : 

Bank of Wilmington, 

Bank of Wadesboro^, 

Bank of Fayetteville, 

Bank of Roxboro', 

Bank of Clarendon, 

Issued at sundry times during this 
month in Treasury Notes of the fol- 
lowing denominations, authorized to 
be issued under an Ordinance of the 
Convention, of N. C, as follows : 

Notes of $20 each, 
" 5 " 

Issued at sundry times during this 
month in Treasury Notes, of the fol- 
lowing denominations, authorized to 
be issued under acts of the General 
Assembly, and Ordinances of the 
Conyention of N. C, as follows : 

Notes of $2 each, 

" 25 cents each, 

" 20 " " 

" 10 " « 



393,933 
250,000 
150,000 



2,275 
812 
950 
212 

1,200 



88,000 
112,000 



148,400 

11,700 

10,475 

100 

4,860 



$13,297,973 50 



20' 



50 
50 

40 



1862 -'63.] CocirsiENT Ko. 8. 

Tear ending Sept. dOth, 1862. 



^^ 



PUBLIC FJJ^D.— {Disbursements.) 

Statement D. 

Shoimng ihe several objects for which the Disbursements of the 
Public Fund have been made. 



Agricultural Societies, 

Appropriation for educational purposes, 

Binding Laws, 

Board of Internal Improvements, 

Capitol Square, 

Commissions on Bonds sold for Con 

federate tax, 
Comptroller's Department, 
Confederate tax, 
Congressional Election, 
[Contingencies, 
Convention, 
Convention Election, 
Copying Laws, 
Council of State, 
Distributing Laws, 
Electors for President and Vice Presi 

dent of the Confederate States, 
Executive Department, 
Executive Mansion, 
Fayetteville & Western Railroad, 
[General Assembly, 
[Geological Survey, 
Governor's Election, 
Insane Asylum, 
Insolvent Polls, 
Interest on advanced 

Bunk of Virginia 

Bank of Virginia, 
Interest on State Coupon Bonds, 
Interest on Coupon Bonds ot Cape 

Fear and Deep River Navigation 

Company, 



payments by 
and Farmer's 



1,500 
1,507 

499 
60 

306 

3,286 

1,962 

1.400,000 

608 

49,465 

37,178 

53 

501 

1,226 

1,559 

419 

4,239 

24 

62,000 

117 

3,125 

1,020 

34,500 

199 



4,627 
366,509 



9,615 



87 
20 
10 



25 
50 

96 
13 
45 



60 



60 
35 
90 

80 



70 



18 



40 



I)ocuMEirr 1^0. 8. fSessfoa 

Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



\ 

Interest on State Coupon Bonds, 8 per 






1 cent., 


% 


55 


Interest on Bonds of Fayetteville & 






Western Plank Koad Company, 


5,310 




Interest on State Eegistered Bonds, 


4,012 


62 


Interest on State Loans, 


141,815 


26 


Interest on State Treasury Notes, 


7,837 


22 


Judiciary, 


25,609 


32' 


Military Appropriation, 


6,751,420 


30 


Pensions, 


230 




iPremium on Funds, 


100 




jPresidential Election, 


1,821 


32- 


jPost Office, 


533 


1& 


Public Printing, 


5,393 


90 


Public tax Kefunded, 


757 


8^ 


Senatorial Election, 


225 


87 


Sheriffs for settling, 


1,865 


87 


State Department, 


950 




State Librarian,. 


337 


50 


State Li"T>vrary, 


40 


25 


State Loans, 


2,816,830 


21 


State Coupon Bonds, 6 per cent., 


504 


42 


State Registered Bonds, 


54,500 




Superintendent of Capitol, 


325 




Treasury Department, 


4,712 


50 


Treasury Notes taken up, 


136,490 




Western N. C. Rail Road, 


220,000 




$12,167,734 


72 



Detailed as follows : 



Paid C. H. Wiley, General Superintend- 
ent of Common Schools, for subscrip- 
tion to N. C. Journal of Education sent 
to School Committees, postage on same 
and other expenses on account of his- 
ofUce, 

DeCarteret & Armstrong, for putting up 
reports and documents of General Su- 
perintent of Common Schools, 



% 1,184 
' 13 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 3. 



41 



Year ending Sept. SOih, 1862. 



1861. 
Oct. 



W. H. Hamilton, Superintendent of Ca- 
pital Square, his Sd'qnarter's salary for 
1861, 

R. H. Page, Secretary of State, for copies 
of Acts and Resolutions of 2d extra ses- 
sion of General Assembly of N. C, fur- 
nished State Printer, and copies of sun- 
dry Laws and Resolutions furnished Go 
vernor and Public Treasurer, j 

Pulaski Cowper, Secretary to Council of 
State, expenses of nieetinjGj of Council 
held Oct. 1st, and 29th, 1861, 
Josiah Turner, Jr., as a member of the 
Senate of N. C, 2d extra session, 1861. 
jj, W. Thomas, as a member of the Sen- 
I ate of iST. C, 2d extra session, ISGl, 
E. B. Thomas, for services as temporary 
I Eno;rossiug Clerk, 2d extra session, 
I 1861, 

M. A. Curtis, Assistant State Geologist, 
i his 3d quarter's salary for 1861, 
E. Emmons, Jr., Assistant State Geolo- 
gist, his 3d quarter's salary for 1861, 
Alexander Montague, interest on Bonds 
of Fayetteville & Western Plankroad 
Co, 
N. Kendal, interest on State Registered 
! Bond?, 

|Wm. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 
lum ol N. C, on account of said Asy- 
I lum, 

Wm. II. Battle, Judge Supreme Court, 
i his 3d quarter's salary for 1861, 
iR. M. Pearson, Cliief Justice Supreme 
Court, his 3d quarter's salary, for 1861, 
M. E. Manly, Judge Supreme Court, his 

3d f)iiarter's salary for 1861, 
J. J. Bruner, for Printing, c^c^State'is 
portion of No. 2, Vol. 8, Jones' Lavv, 
and No. 2, Vol. 6 Jones' Equity, 
M. A. Smith, Post Master, Salisbury, 
postage on Supieme Court Reports, 
sent Judges and Clerks, 



<o 



201 

463 

6 

107 

A 
125 

3T5 

30 

60 

10,000 
625 
625 

625 

300 
61 



50 



80 



41 



42 



Document 'No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



John Kerr, Solicitor pro tem^ for 3 certi- 
ficates from 4th Circuit, Fall, 1861, 

Levi M. Scott, Solicitor ^ro tem^ for 1 cer- 
tificate from 4th Circuit, Fall, 1861, 

E. A. Thompson, Solicitor, pro tern, for 
2 certificates from 2d Circuit, Fall, 
1861, 

J. W. Osborne, Judge Superior Courts, 
for 1 certificate from 3d Circuit, Fall, 
1861, 

W". A. Jenkins, Attorney General, for 6 
certificates from 3d Circuit, Fall, 1861, 

A. T. Davidson, Solicitor pro tern, for 2 
certificates from 7th Circuit, Fall, 1861 

R. R. Heath, Judge Superior Courts, for 
2 certificates from 2d, and 1 from 5th 
Circuit, Fall, 1861, 

Robert Strange, Solicitor, for 8 certifi- 
cates from 5th Circuit, Fall, 1861, 

John L. Bailey, Judge Superior Courts, 
for 2 certificates from 4th Circuit, Fall, 
1861, 

R. S. French, Judge Superior Courts, 
for 6 certificates from 7th Circuit, 
Fall, 1861, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment, 

A. Creech, under resolution of General 
Assembly, in favor of claims allowed 
by Board of Claims, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment, 

W. G. Granberry, for payment of labor- 
ers from Currituck county, on Coast 
Defences at Oregon inlet, N. C, 

Capt. A. Myers, A. Q. M., for the use of 
the Quarter Master's Department, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De 
partment, for the purchase of Ord 
nance, Ordnance Stores and Supplies, 



60 

20 

40 

97 

120 

40 

354 
160 

100 

487 

20,000 

83 

20,000 

928 
40,000 

5,000 



50 



52 



50 



27 



55 



1862-'63.] 



Document. No. 8. 



43 



Year ending Sept. SOth, 1862. 



Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment, 

Jos. Thompson, per order of Capt. J. De- 
vei'eux, on account of contract made 
with the State, 

Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment. 

jCapt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 

I use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. T. p. llogcr^ C. S., for the use of the 
Commissary Department, 

Capt. M. A. Bledsoe, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Wharton J. Green, Col. Independent i^. 
C. Regiment, on account of appropri- 
ation to said Regiment, 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 
Subsistence Department, 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Dennis Simmons, for expenditures on 
Coast Defences at Fort Oregon, N. C, 
per order of J. G. Martin, Adjutant 
General, 

Capt. James Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's Department, | 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

W. L. Pomeroy, for GO copies of Ilar- 
die's Tactics furnished the State, 



25,000 

2,250 
25,000 

20,000 

30,000 

10,000 

15,000 
5,000 

10,000 

8,000 
20,000 



20,000 



1,232 

30,000 

50,000 

90 



20 



44 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptrolle7'''s Rejportfor the Fiscal 



N. R. Jones, Sheriff of Warren County, 
for payment of laborers from said 
county, on Coast Defences of N. C, 

C. Dewey, on account of N. C. Powder 
Manufacturing Company, per order of 
S. W, Davis, President" of said Com- 
pany, 

A, W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of Ord- 
nance, Ordnance stores and supplies, 

Jas. S. Snow, Sheriff Halifax County, 
for the payment of laborers from said 
county on Coast Defences at Oreojon 
Inlet, K C, 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of the 
Commissary Department, 

C. Dewey, per order of S. J. Person, Act- 
ing Q. M. & P. M. General, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of Ord- 
nance, Ordnance stores and supplies, 

Capt. John Devereux, A, Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment, 

Chas. E. Johnson, Surgeon General of N 
C, for the use of that Department, 

P. H. "Winston, Jr., as Commissioner of 
the Board of Claims, 

H. D. Turner, for Record Books and sta- 
tionery furnished Board of Claims, 

Sundry persons under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly in favor of claims allow- 
ed by Board of Claims, as follows : 

Jas. a'. Wright, • 

W. H. Oliver & Co., 

B. C. Williams & others, 
0. R. Rand, 

Wm. B. Duncan, for B. L. Perry & Co., 

and others, 
Martin, Tannahill & Co., 
E. Burke Haywood, 
B. J. & W. Neely, 



331 

2,500 
5,000 

1,398 



5,000 



32,933 

6,000 

40,000 

7,000 

150 

17 



75 



2,410 

2,110 

86 

2,234 

1,43 r; 

733 

86 
1,768 



50 



33 



12 

85 
17 
49 

39 
13 

82 



l862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



45 



Year ending SejAemher 30tk, 1862. 






1861. 
Oct. 


R. B. Andrews, 


$ 6 






S. E. Philjips, 


4|40 




jllugli Smith, 


14090 




jWallaco & Elias, 


76221 




iWeill Sc Anatlian, 


3030 




|R. C. Badger, 


49 


90 




;E. Dickson, 


358 


60 




jR. M. Norment, 


54 






Coffin, Brown, Mock & others. 


338 


35 




|A. B. Carmichael, 


1,410 


06 




I.Jacob Lyon, 


15 


05 




illenry M. Thompson, 


So 


70 




'B. F. Moore, as Commissioner of the 








, Board of Claims, 


ISO 






S. F. PhiUips, as Commissioner of the 








Boai'd of Chiims, 


ISG 






Wm. Thompson, under resolution of 








General Assembly, 2d extra session 








1861, 


15 






Fred'k ISTash, Clerk to Board of Claims, 








his compensation from 25th September 








to 25th October, 1861, 


120 






Thomas Bragg, traveling expenses to and 








from Richmond, Ya., on business for 








the State, 


23 


50 




R. B. McRae, under resolution of Gene- 








ral Assembly in favor of claims allow- 








ed by Board of Claims, 


548 


13 




A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 








partment, for the purchase of Ord- 








nance, Ordnance Stores and Supplies, 


5,000 






Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for tl>e 








use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 




t 




ment, 


30,000 






Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 








Subsistence Department, 


10,000 






Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 








use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 








ment, 


10,000 






John L. Peyton, half of his pay as spe- 








cial Messenger to Europe, to purchase 








Arms for the State of N. C, 


1,250 





d6 



Document No. 8. 



[Sossion 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Waterhonse & Bowes, on account of Ra- 
leigh Powder Mill, 

A.W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance Depart- 
ment, for the purchase of Ordnance, 
Ordnance Stores and Supphes, 

Capt. James Sloan, A. Q. M., for the nse 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

Capt. John Deverenx, A. Q. M., lor the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

iHariett B. Bobbitt, under "Resolution of 
General Assembly, in favor of claims 
allowed 'by Board of Claims, 

Wm. Thompson, under Resolution of Ge- 
neral Assembly, in favor of Claims al- 
lowed by Board of Claims, 

W.M. Poisson, for services as Clerk in the 
Commissar}'^ Department, Wilmington, 
^. C, from 26th April to 20th May, 
1861, 

C. II. Brogden, Comptroller of N. C, his 
2d quarter's salary for 1861, 

John Spelman, Public Printer, for print- 
ing Laws, journals, Documents, &c., 
of lirst extra session General Assembly, 
1861, 

Alex. Taylor, of "Craven -county, a Pen- 
sion for 1861, 

J. F. Ilutehins, Treasurer State Agricul- 
tural Society, annual quota for 1861, 

D. King, Superintendent of Capitol, his 
3d quarter's salary for 1861, 

D. W. Courts, Public Treasurer of N. C, 
his 3d quarter's salary for 1861, 

W. R. Richardson, Clerk to Public Trea- 
surer, his 3d quarter's salary for 1861, 

Forest Manufacturing Compan}^, for pa 
per furnished the State, 

D, King, for payment of wages of ser- 
vant at Capitol, for the quarter ending 
Oct. 1st, 1861, 

Syme & Hall, for Advertising for Public 
"Treasurer in Raleigh Register, 



$ 1,824 

5,000 
40,000 

15,000 

35 

5 

40 
250 

472, 

50 

1,500 

65 

500 

187 

326 

45 
5 



01 



87 



50 



1862-'e3.] 



Document No. S. 



47 



Yeai' ending Septemher SOtk, 1862. 



1861. 








Oct. 


B. F. Moore, for written opinion on the 








Revenue Law, 


$ 20 






Sjme & Hall, for advertising for Secreta- 








ry of State, in Raleigh Register, 


2 


50 




DeCarteret & Armstrong, for putting up 








documents, <tc., of General Assembly', 








1S60-'61, and 1st & 2d extra sessions. 








1861, 


97 


30 




Jordan Womble, for 4 boxes of candles 








furnished the State, 


40 






W. M. Black, Agent Southern Expressl 








Company, Raleigh, freight on 5 pack- 








ages from Raleigh to Charleston, S.C., 


20 






The following persons expenses incurred 








in conveying funds to Raleigh for Trea- 








sury Department : 








M. Stevenson, 


22 






Thos. H. Harden, 


15 






W. G. Broad foot, 


15 






W. A. French, 


13 






Southern Express Company, Freight on 


f 






package, 


3 


30 




Sundry Telegraphic Dispatches to and 








from Charleston, S. C, 


2 


45 




DeCarteret & Armstrong, for Binding 








Check book for Public Treasurer, 


1 






Sundry persons, Interest on State Coupon 








Bonds of K C. 


50,709 






Sundry persons Interest on Coupon Bonds 






' 


of Cape Fear 6c Deep River Navigation 








Company, 


925 




Nov. 


Pulaski Cowper, Secretary to Board of In- 
ternal Improvements, expenses of meet- 








ing of said Board, Nov. 1st, 1861, 
C. H. Brogden, Comptroller of N. C., his 


23 












3d quarter's salary for 1861, 


250 






Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of 








Congressional election, in their respec- 








tive counties, in Nov. 1861, 


148 


63 




The following members of the State Con- 








vention of N. C, 2d session, 1861 : 








J. W. Tracy, Cl«aveland county, 


37 





48 



Document N'o. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



A. Myers, Anson county, 
W. L. Steele, Principal Secretary to Con- 
vention, 
Henry T. Clark, Governor of N. C, his 
salary from 7th July to Isi Oct., 1861, 

Sundr}'^ persons, interest on State Coupon 
Bonds of N. C, 

Henry T. Clark, Ex'r. of E. Cotton, inter- 
est on State Reojistered Bonds 

Henry T. Clark, Ex'r. of R. Cotton, in- 
terest on bonds of Fayetteville & West- 
ern Plaukroad Company, 

M. M. Henry, interest on bonds of Fay- 
etteville & Western Plankroad Com- 
pany, 

R.. S. French, Judge Superior Courts, for 
2 certificates from the 7th Circuit, Fall 
1861, 

Wm. A. Jenkins, Attorney G-eneral, for 5 
certificates from 3d Circuit, Fall 1861, 

J. AV. Osborne, Judge Superior Courts, 
for 7 certificates from 3d circuit, Fall! 
1861, ^ 

Jas. E. Kerr, Solicitor ^?'o tem.^ for 2 cer- 
tificates from 6th Circuit, Fall 1861, 

John Kerr, Solicitor jpro tern.., for 2 cer- 
tificates from 4th Circuit, Fall 1861, 

Robert Strange, Solicitor, for 4 certifi- 
cates (1 double) from 5th Circuit, Fall 
1861, 

E. W, Jones, Solicitor ^r(9 tern., for 3 cer- 
tificates from 1st Circuit, Fall 1861, 

H. C. Jones, Solicitor fro tern., for 1 cer- 
tificate from 2d Circuit, Fall 1861, 

Thos. RufBn, Jr., Judge Superior Courts, 
for 1 certificate from 1st Circuit, Fall 
1861, 

Geo. Howard, Jr., Judge Superior Courts, 
for 14 certificates from 5th Circuit, Fall 
1861, 

R. M. Saunders, Judge Superior Courts, 
for 13 certificates from 6tn Circuit, Fall, 
1861, 



CO 

59 

689 

8,934 

30 

30 

75 

166 
100 

682 
40 
40 

100 
60 
20 

97 

1,155 

1,155 



70 



50 



50 



1862-'63.] 



Document. No. 8. 



49 



Yea?' ending Sept. 30th, 186' 



J. L. Bailey, Judge Superior Courts, for 
6 certilicates from 4tli Circuit,. Fall, 
1861, 

Wm. Lander, Solicitor, for 6 certificates, 
from 7th Circuit, Fall, 1861, 

A. S. Merrimon, Solicitor pro tern, for 7 
certificates from 7th Circuit, Fall, 18CL 

iD. McLaurin, under resolution of Gener- 
al Assembly, in favor of claims allow- 
ed by Board of Claims, 

W. H. Michal, under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly, in favor of claims al- 
lowed by Board of Claims, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for 
the use of the Quarter Master's De- 
partment, 

Waterhouse & Bowes, on account of Ra- 
leigh Powder Mill, 

Mrs, M. A. E, Ramsay, for services of 
her son, as messenger, of Board of 
Claims, from Oct. 1st. to Nov. 1st, 1861, 

Capt. G. AV. Radden, of Steamer "Penn- 
sylvania,'' for services rendered by said 
Steamer, on Roauok-e river, in trans- 
porting troops, &c., 

Capt. Wm. Smith, of Schooner " G. M. 
Smoot," for transportation service of 
said Schooner, from July 20th to loth 
August, 1861. 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for 
the use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Chas. E. Johnson, Surgeon General of N . 
C, for the use of that department, 

jCapt. Jas. Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use of 
the Quarter Master's Department, 

P. II. Winston, Jr., as Commissioner of 
the Board of Claims, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment., for the purchase of Ord- 
nance, Ordnance Stores and supplies, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. &c., for the pur- 
Doa No. 8.] 4 



712 


50 


120 




140 




120 


03 


171 


75 


25,000 




1,709 


46 


12 


80 



SO 

135 

50,000 

7,000 

40,000 

175, 

10,000 



50 



Document 'No. 8. 



[Session 



ComptToller^ s Repoi'tfor the Fiscal 



chase of Ordnance, Ordnance Stores, 
and supplies, 

S. W. Davis, as part of appropriation on 
account of N. C. Powder Manufactur 
ing Company, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

The following persons under resolution 
of the General Assembly, in favor of 
claims allowed by Board of Claims : 

Isaiah Prag, 

Howard & Ellis, 

Hart & Pro., 

Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, 0, S., for the use of 
Subsistence Department, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
nse of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. J. Devereux, A. Q. M.,for the nse 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

A, W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of Ord- 
nance, Ordnance stores and supplies, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Waterhouse & Bowes, on account of Ra- 
leigh Powder Mill, 

Jenkins & Haines, under resolution of 
General Assembly in favor of claims 
allowed by Board of Claims, 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the nse of 
Subsistence Department, 

H. L. Owen, under resolution of Gene- 
ral Assembly in favor of claims allowed 
by Board of Claims, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, in bonds of the Confederate 
States, 



2,500 
2,500 



25,000 



299 

292 
295 

10,000 

10,000 



25,383 



30,000 

10,000 
10,000 

2,827 

155 
10,000 

328 
2,500 



24 
57 



89 



44 

03 

89 



1362 '6S.] 



Document Ko. 8. 



51 



Year ending Sept. ZOth, 1862. 



Capt A. Myers, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purcliase of Ord- 
nance, Ordnance stores and siippli-es, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Capt. John Deverenx, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master"'s Depart- 
ment, 

Fred'k Nash, Clerk to Board of Claims, 
liis compensation froTn Oct. 26th to 
ISTov. 23d, 1861, \ 

R. IL Siddick, uEder resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly iti favor of Claims al- 
lowed by Board of Claims, 

Capt. T. D. Ho^g, C. S., for the use of 
Subsistence Department, ] 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for thej 
use of that Department, 

Capt. John Deverenx, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Orrell & Dailey, under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly in favor of ciaims allow- 
ed by Board of Claims, 

Wateriiouse & Bowes, expenses for the 
erection of buildings for Powder Mill. 

P. IL Winston, Jr., as Commissioner oJ 
the Board of Oiain^s, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of Ord 
nance, Ordnance stores and supplies, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of tlie Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Mendenhall, Jones & Co., for expendi- 
tures incurred in the manufacture ot 
arms for the State of N. C, 

Mrs. M. A. E. Ramsay, for services of 
hor sou W. H. Ramsay, as mosseager 
of the Board of Claims, from tho 1st 
to 30th November, 1861, 



$ 10,000 

10,000 
25,000 



25,000 



10 
10^000 
10,000 

10,000 



U5,U 



i,no 

150 

2,500 

20,000 

S>QOO, 



6^ 



11 



20 



52 



Document Xo. S. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' s Rejportfor the Jtiscal 



J. R. Franklin, Tinder resolution of Gene- 
ral Assembly in lavor of claims allowed 
by Board of Claims, 

Sundry Sheriffs, for making; returns of an 
election of Electors for President and 
Vice President of the Confederate 
States, in Nov., 1S61, 

L. II. Lowrance, Sheriff Lincoln County, 
public tax refunded under resolution 
of General Assembly', 2d extra session, 
1861, 

Geo. T. Cooke, P. M., Raleigh, postage 
accounts of the several Departments 
in Capitol, as follows : 

Executive Department, 

Comptroller's " 

Treasury " 

State " 

State Library, 

Issued to C. 13. Mallett, President of Fay- 
etteville & Western Rail Road Co., 
62 State Coupon Bonds of $1,000 each, 
dated Oct. 1st, 1861, and running 30 
years, on account of State's appropria- 
tion to said Road, 

L, S. Perry, for services in Treasury De- 
partment, 

J. J. Lansdell, " " " " 

Henry Hardie, " "• " " 

Sundry despatches to and from Charleston, 
S.,C., for Public Treasurer, 

Jas. E. Hoyt, expenses incurred in con- 
veying funds to Raleigh for Public Trea- 
surer, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
packages, 

L. S. Perry, for services iu Treasury De- 
partment, 

L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury De- 
ment, 

Southern Express Coippany, freight on 

. package, 



$ 



105 



648 



25 



14 
12 
12 



20 



ii 



80 



94 
57 
52 



1023 
170 



62,000 

30 
30 
30 

26 



25 

3 

40 

10 

1 



95 



75 



1862-'63.] 



BOOPMENT No. 8. 



53 



Teir ending Sept. SOth, 1862. 



John H. Cook, expenses incurred in con- 
veying funds to ilaleigli for Public Trea- 
surer, 

J. L. McKee, expenses incurred in con- 
veying funds to Raleigh for Public 
Ti-easurer, 

D. W. Bain, traveling expenses to and 
from Sinithtield, Va., on business for 
the Governor, 

John G. Williams, for postage stamps, 

J. J. Lansdell for services in Treasury De- 
partment, 

Henry Hardie, for services in Treasury 
Department, 

J, L. Pennington, for publishing in Kew- 
bern Progress, sundry Proclamations of 
the Governor, 

D. W. Bain, for services rendered in pre- 
paring Statistical Statement authorized 
by the Convention of N. C, 

Jno. H. Cook, expenses incurred in con- 
veying funds to Raleigh for Public 
Treasurer, 

W. J. Yates, for publishing in "Western 
Democrat, sundry proclamations of the 
Governor, 

South vu-n Express Company, freight on 
par-l.iage, 

L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury De- 
partment, 

C. B. Root, traveling expenses to and from 
Charleston, S. C, on business for the 
State, 

J. W. Syme, for publishing in Raleigh 
Register, sundry proclamations of the 
Governor, 

Sundry Members of the Convention of N 
C, 2d session. 1861, as follows : 

WN Edwards, Pres't, Warren 

Thos. A. Allison, Iredell 

R. F. Armlield, Yadkin 

A. 11. Arrington, Nash 



$ 



Co, 



54 



Document JS[o. 8. 



[Session 





ComptrcUe7'''s Report for the Fiscal 


1861. 
Dec. 


P. A. Atkinson, 


Pitt Co., 


% 88 






Geo. E. Badger, 


Wake " 


78 






D, A. Barnes, 


^Northampton " 


100 


40 




L. W. Batchelor, 


Halifax " 


81 






W. S. Battle, 


Edgecombe " 


87 






K. P. Battle 


Wake " 


78 






John Berry, 


Orange " 


86 


40 




Asa Biggs, 


Martin " 


87 






A. M. Bogle, 


Alexander " 


65 






James Bond, 


Bertie " 


128 






E. T. Brodnax, 


Rockingham " 


78 






Bedford Brown, 


Caswell " 


74 






J. H. BrjsoD, 


Cherokee " 


164 






Thos. Bunting, 


Sampson " 


70 






R. A. Caldwell, 


Rowan , " 


80 


40 




Jas. Calloway, 


Wilkes 


115 


60 




J. S. Cannon, 


Perquimans " 


126 


40 




J. H. Carson, 


Rutherford " 


128 






S. H. Christian, 


Montgomery " 


106 


75 




J. W. Cunningham, 


Person " 


82 






W. A. Darden, Jr., 


Greene " 


93 






R. P. Bi^ck, 


Guilford " 


88 


20 




Jas. Dickson, 


Duplin " 


96 


60 




Richard Dillard, 


Chowan " 


118 






B. C. Douthett, 


Davidson " 


106 






M. Durham, 


Rutherford " 


125 


80 




Peter Elier, 


Wilkes " 


118 






W. J. Ellison, 


Beaufort " 


106 


40 




D. D. Ferebee, 


Camden " 


117 






J. E. Foster, 


Ashe " 


122 






A. G. Foster, 


Randolph " 


99 


60 




Wm. Foy, 


Jones " 


77 






J. P. Fuller, 


Robeson " 


86 






John A. Gilmer, 


Guilford 


94 






Ralph Gorrell, 


U (C 


85 


40 




W. A. Graham, 


Orange " 


80 






Geo. Green, 


Craven '* 


87 






J. H. Greenlee, 


McDowell " 


88 






T. V. Hamlin, 


Surry " 


110 






T. L. Hargrove, 


Granville " 


89 


40 




Eben. Hearne, 


Stanly " 


110 






J. H. Headen, 


Chatham " 


87 





1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



55 



Year ending September SOth, 1.862. 



1861. 
Dec. 


! 

Wm. Hicks, 


Haywood Co., 


S 130 






W. W. Ilolden, 


Wake 


78 






J, L. Holmes, 


New Hanover " 


95 


60 




EI. M. Houston, 


Union " 


118 


20 




Geo, Howard, Jr., 


AVilson " 


92 


60 




S. X. Johnston, 


Gaston " 


115 


20 




E. W. Jones, 


Caldwell, " 


98 






tl. C. Jones, 


Rowan " 


101 


60 




J. B. Jones, 


Currituck " 


91 






A. H. Jovce, 


Stokes " 


105 


40 




Neill KelV, 


Bladen " 


97 






B. A. Kitt^rell, 


Davidson " 


101 






Jas. A. Leak, 


Anson " 


114 






W. F. Leak, 


Richmond " 


128 






W. J. Long, 


Randolph " 


79 






T, B. Lyon, Jr., 


Granville " 


74 




v-. 


E. L. Mann, 


Hyde 


125 


20 




John Manning, Jr., 


Chatham " 


84 


60 




J. C. McDowell, 


Burke " 


122 


40 




J. A. McDowell, 


Madison " 


139 


20 




David McNeill, 


Cumberland " 


87 






A. S. McNeill, 


Harnett '• 


81 


40 




jT. D. Meares, 


Brunswick " 


110 


20 


V. 


Giles Mebane, 


Alamance •' 


81 


20 




|L. J. Merritt, 


Chatham " 


81 


60 




|W. J. T. Miller, 


Cleaveland " 


119 


80 




Anderson Mitchell, 


Iredell 


109 


20 




J, M. Moody, 


Northampton ** 


71 


40 




R. A. Moseiy, 


Sampson " 


90 


60 




Albert Mvers, 


Anson " 


62 


70 




J. W. Osborne, 


Mecklenburg " 


112 


60 




R. L. Patterson, 


Forsyth " 


83 




% 


M. P. Penland, 


Yancey " 


129 


20 




Win. S. Pettigrew, 


Washington " 


132 






C. Phifer, 


Cabarrus " 


108 






D. S. Reid, 


Rockingham " 


67 






J. T. Rhodes, 


Duplin " 


97 






S. S. Royster, 


Granville " 


7b 






Thos. Ruffin, 


Alamance " 


89 






C. 1>. Sanders, 


Johnston " 


85; 




F. B. Satterthwaite, 


Pitt " 


105i20 




D. Schenck, 


Lincoln " 


113 





56 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller''' 8 Bejpmtfor the Fisca!^ 



1861. 
Dec. 


George Setzer, Catawba Co., 


$ 115 






W, M. Shipp, Henderson " 


120 






R. H. Smith, Halifax " 


102 






C. D. Smith, Macon " 


152 






Wm. A. Smith, Johnston " 


86 


60 




R. K. Speed, Pasquotank " 


95 






Robert Spronse, Davie " 


109 


60 




Is. B. Sprnill, Bertie " 


90 






Eli Sprnill, Tyrrel '^ 


128 






j Robert Strange, New Hanover "^ 


95 






iG. Y. Strong, Wayne " 


60 


80 




J. C. Sutherland, Eobeson " 


104 






C. K. Thomas, Carteret " 


lOT 






W. H. Thomas, Jackson " 


144 






E. A. Thompson, Wayne " 


88 






F. A. Thornton, Warren " 


92 






H. Turner, Moore " 


90 


30 




A. J. Walton, Gates '^ 


83 


20 




E. W. Ward, Onslow " 


107 






E. J. Warren, Beanfort ''■ 


105 






J. D. Whitford, Craven " 


93 






A. D. Williams, FranUin " 


76 






J. E. Williamson, Caswell " 


86 






T. J. Wilson, Forsyth " 


101 


20 




K W. Woodfin, Buncombe '^ 


132 






Richard Wooten, Columbus " 


111 


80 




J. H. Moore, Principal Secretary pro 








tern., 


78 






G. M. Whiting, Engrossing Clerk pro 








tem.^ 


16 




■ 


S. L. Hay man. Engrossing Clerk pro 








tern., 


48 






James Page, Principal Doorkeeper, 


116 






W. R. Lovell, Assistant " 


75 






J. C. Moore, " " 


78 






D. King, " " pro tern., 


33 






J. H. Moore, Engrossing Clerk, 


79 


40 




J Page, extra allowance under resolution, 


25 






W. R. Lovell, " " " 


25 






J. C. Moore, " " " 


25 






C. H. Wiley, General Superintendent of 








Common Schools, balance of appropri- 







1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



5T 



Year ending Septemher 30^A, 1862. 



ation on account of educational pur 
poses, 
jDeCarteret & Armstrong, for binding 
i Laws of General Assembly, 1860-'61, 
j and 1st and 2d extra sessions, I80I, 
|R. H. Page, Secretary of State, for ser- 
vices rendered concerning public print- 
I ing, distribution of Laws, Occ, in r.c 
j cordance with Sec. 5th, Ch. 104th Rev. 
I Code, 

R. II. Page, Secretary of State, for copies 
ot Ordinances of Convention furnished 
Convention printer, and Ordinances 
and legislative Acts furnished Public 
Treasurer, 

Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of 
Congressional election in their I'ospec- 
tive counties in Nov. 1801, as follows: 
J. M. Carson, Sheriff Ashe Co. 



$ 



J. L. Ward, 
W. E. Mann, 
E. J. Barco, 
J. R. White, 



Polk 

Pasquotank " 
Camden " 
Perquimans " 



[Sam'l L. Adams, on account of contract 
for distributing laws of General As- 
sembly, 

B. H. Norris, for boxes furnished for 
packing laws, ifec, 

The following persons for meeting in Ra-j 
leigh, Dec. 4, 1861, as Electors for 
President and Vice President of the 
Confederate States : 

John Pool, 

IL P. Bond, 

L. W. Humphrey, 

W. McL. McKay, 

H. W. Guion, 

W. B. Rodman, 

D. S. Reid, 

A. G. Foster, 

Henry T. Clark, Governor of iSTorth-Caro- 
lina, his 4th quarter's salary for 1861, 



310 



499 



87 



20 



100 



48 



T50 
1116 
1063 

1180 
883 



25 

6 ;:^5 



47 
17 
27 
14 
44 
33 
25 
23 

750 



80 
50 



80 



58 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Pulaski Cowper, Private Secretary to 
Gov. Clark, his 4th quarter's salary foj- 
1861, 

Sundry persons, interest on State Coupon 
Bonds of North-Carolina, 

Sundry persons, interest on Coupon Bonds 
of Cape Fear and Deep River Naviga- 
tion Company, 

T. R. Caldwell, Solicitor pro tem.^ for 1 
certificate from 7th Circuit, Fall 1861, 

R. S. French, Judge Superior Courts, for 8 
certificates from 7th Circuit, Fall 186 1,| 

R. R. Heath, Judge Superior Courts, for 71 
certificates from 2d Circuit, Fall 1861, 

John Kerr, Solicitor 2^0 tem.^ for 2 cer- 
tificates from 4:th Circuit, Fall 1861, 

A. S. Merrimon, Solicitor pro tem.^ for 1 
certificate from 7th Circuit, Fall 1861, 

J. N. Stalliiigs, Solicitor pro tern., for I- 
certificates from 2d Circuit, Fall 1861, 

Jas. E. Kerr, Solicitor j9/'6) tern., for 2 cer- 
tificates from 6th Circuit, Fall 1861, 

Robert Strange, Solicitor, for 1 certificate 
from 5th Circuit, Fall 1861, 

E. B. Freeman, Clerk Supreme Court at 
Raleigh, as follows : 

His last half year's salary for 1861, 

For recording 2,227 pages at 30c. per 
page, 

R. M. Henry, Solicitor, pro tem.^ for 1 
certificate from 7th Circuit, Fall 1861, 

John L. Hawks, Solicitor pro teni.^ for 1 
certificate from 2d Circuit, Fall 1861, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. James Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M. for the 



75 
7,593 

1,755 

20 

685 

620 

40 

20 

140 

40 

20 

150 

668 

20 

20 

10,000 

10,000 
44,437 



59 



10 



50 



1862-'63.] 



Document Ko. 8. 



59 



Year ending Sept. 30^A, 1862. 



use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Judge Asa Biggs, for payment of labor- 
ers on Coast Defences at Oregon, N. C, 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 
Subsistence Department, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of ordnance, 
ordnance stores and supplies. 

Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance Depart- 
ment, for the purchase of ordnance, 
ordinance stores and supplies, 

Capt. A. Myers, A. Q. M., for the use of 
the Quarter Master's Department, 

jGen. W. E. Mann, 1st Brigade K. C. 
Militia, expenses on account of the call 
upon the Militia by Gen. Hill, 

Fred'k Nash, his compensation as Clerki 
to Board of Claims, twenty-one days, 

Capt. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

P. n. Winston, Jr., as Commissioner of 
the Board of Claims, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of Oid- 
nance. Ordnance stores and supplies,- i 

■Capt. James Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use 
of tlie Quarter Master's Department, 

Fred'k Nash, his compensation as Clerk 
to the Board of Claims, from 15th to 
24th Dec, 1861, inclusive, 



13,000 

1,259 

10,000 

10,000 
25,000 



20,000 



25,000 

25,000 

8,000 
15,000 

30 
84 

25,000 
175 

15,000 
50,000 

40 



81 



60 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1861. 
Dec. 


Capt. James Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use 








of the Quarter Master's Department, 


$ 20,000 






Sundry persons, under an Ordinance of 








the Convention passed Dec. 12, 1861, 








in favor of claims allowed \>j Board 








of Claims, as follows : 








Thos. Ilarwick, 


33 


50 




Catawba County, per Geo. Setzer, 


2,S5G 


61 




Lincoln " per W. H. Michal, Trustee, 


4,076 






W. H. Michal, 


25 


83 




William Tiddy, Adm'r of T. G. Rudi- 








sill, dec'd. 


119 


20 




J. C. Eudisill, 


26 


25 




E. C. Lindsay, 


1,620 






Williams & Haywood. 


30 


92 




H. J. Evans, 


62 


74 




Jos. W. Stockton, 


298 


02 




E. L. Triplett, 


36 


50 




J, S. Smith, 


m 


65 




B. II, Merrimon, 


14 


87 




iSummey, Spears & Co., 


1,280 


94 




B. J. Smith, 


22 






Gaines, Deaver & Co., 


1,944 


87 




II. F. Wolstenholmes, 


286 


45 




G. W. Goodlake, 


m 


34 




J, H. Rumbough, 


102 






Thos. L. Yail, 


30 


10 




T. P. Siler, 


591 


98 




W. W. AYard, 


130 






W. G. Lamb, 


ITI 






J. P. l^owel, 


180 


50 




Martin Co., per Asa Biggs, Ag't, 


7,267 


97 




P. G. Foster, 


40 






John Watts, 


61 


83 




C. 11. K. Taylor, 


504 


68 




Williamson Page, 


46 


45 




Willie Askew, 


22 


50 




Wm. G. Hill, 


5 






W. B. Hughes & Bro., 


264 


16 




T. H. Mckorie, 


297 


01 




Davidson & Miller, 


190 


70 




Watts, White & Co., 


168 


20 



lSe2-'63.] 



Document Ko. 8. 



61 



Year ending September SOth^ 1862. 



Jamison, Simonton & Co., j$ 

Win. M. Parsley, 

Moore County, per Alex. Kelly, 

Harnett Co., per J. 11. Grady, Ag't, 

C. N. McAdoo, 

Catawba County, per R. F. Simonton, i 

Johnston Co., in part per J. B. Beckwitlij 

Thos. G. Whitaker, i 

W. H. Carrer, j 

Cape Fear Steamboat Co., per J. A.j 
AVorth, ^ ! 

Committee of Safety, Xewbern, per A. 
T. Jerkins, | 

Newbern, Washington & Hyde Conntyj 
Steamboat Company, per R. L. My-j 
ers, Agent, j 

Paul C. Cameron, ! 

Davie County, per A. G. Carter, 

Sundry persons, under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly, in favor of claims al- 
lowed by Board of Claims, as follows : 

B. W. Goodwin, 

N. Wight man 6c Co., 

J. K Smith, 

Wm. T. Moore, 

T. L. Lowe, 

S. F. Phillips, as Commissioner ot the 
Board of Claims, 

B. F. Moore, as Commissioner of the 
Board of Claims, 

J. M. Worth, Salt Commissioner, parti 
of appropriation of Convention of N.j 
C, for the manufacture of salt, I 

Dowd, Brown ct Co., for 50Q^ yds. can- 
vas cloth furnished the State, 

Benj. L. Perry, under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly in favor of claims al- 
lowed by Board of Claims, 

Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of an| 
election of Electors for President and 
Vice President of the Confederate 
States, in Nov. 1861, 



632 .56 
1,12251 
5,426 06 
3,T0S 53 

35 
2,85Gi61 
3,000 
14 
120 S2 

807i20 

4,581iS6 



3,000 
2,o8ol 
l,51l!75 



1,005112 
31872 
33302 
23163 
35 



396 
210 



498 



5,CO0 



86 



69 



10 



50 



18489 



62 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller' 8 Report for the Fiscal 



John "W. Syme, Printer to the Conven- 
tion, for printing done at adjourned 
session of Convention, Kov, 1861, 

Jolm W. Syme, for publishing; in Raleigh 
Register, Ordinances of the Conven- 
tion, passed at its adjourned session, 
jSTov. and Dec, 18G1, 

Bank of North Carolina, amount of note, 
on account of loan by said Bank to 
meet State liabilities, 

John M. Long, as Presidential Elector in 
in 1861, 

N. W. Woodfin, as Presidential Elector 
in 1861, 

D. W. Courts, Public Treasurer of IS.C, 
his 4th quarter's salary for 1861, 

W. R. Richardson, Clerk to Public Trea- 
surer, his 4th quarter's salary for 1861, 

J. J. Laiisdell, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, 

Henry Ilardie, for services in Treasry de- 
partment. 

Sundry Telegraphic despatches, Nov. 
186i, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
package, 

L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, 

T. II. Hill, for work on Statistical state- 
ment, authorized by the Convention of 
N. C, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
box and package, 

P. F. Pescud, expenses incurred in con- 
veying funds from Newbern to Public 
Treasui'er at Raleigh, 

J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury 
department, 

L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, 

Henry Ilardie, for services in Treasury 
department, 



22764 



50 

15,062 
34 

57 

500 

187 

50 

50 

27 

8 

50 

76 
8 

14 
25 
40 
25 



67 
50 



50 



97 



92 

75 



1862-'63.] 



Document Iso. 8. 



63 



Year ending Sept. 30M, 1862. 



B. "W". Starke, for services in Treasury de 
partment, 

W. M. Black, agent for Corson & Arm- 
strona:, New Orleans, Lithographing 
and Printing 225 Coupon Bonds, West- 
ern N. C, Kailroad Co., 

D. C. Murray, expenses incurred in con- 
veying Funds from Charlotte audi 
Greensboro', to Public Treasurer at 
Raleigh, 

Oats, AViswall & Co., Lincolnton, N. C 
for writing paper furnished the State, 

W. J. Palmer, Principal N. C. Institu- 
tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the 
Blind, for having ti-immed Treasur}' 
Kotos of small denominations, 

Pulaski Cowper, expenses incurred in con- 

I veying funds from Washington, N. C. 

I to Public Treasurer, Raleigh, 

iJ. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury 

j department,. 

jR. M. Saunders, board expenses, to and 

I from Wilmington, N. C, on business 
for the State, 

■S. Smith, expenses to and from Richmond, 
Ya., on business for the State, 

L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury de- 
partment. 

Henry Ilardie, for services in Treasury 
department, 

B. W. Starke, for services in Treasury de 
partment, 

B. W. Starke, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
packai^e. 

Forest Manufacturing Company, for print- 
ing pa|)cr furnished State Printer, 

Forest Manufacturing Com., for printing 
paper furnished Syme & Hall, Printers 
to the Convention, 

Southern Express Co. freigh tonpackage, 



20 



25 

500 

25 

S50 

40 

22 
30 

3 

23 

50 

25 

10 

100 

3 

20^ 

18522 



30 

50 
40 



40 



64 



Document No. 8. [Session 

Comptroller's Beportfor the Fiscal 



BelvidereManufactnring Co., Richmond, 

Ya., for 10,000 sheets Bank ISote paper 

inriiished the State, 
Southern Express Company, freight on 

package, 
Pulaski Cowper, Private Secrety to Gov. 

Clark, for sealing 97 State Bonds, 

W. II. Hamilton, Supt. of Capitol Square 
liis4th quarter's salary for 1861, 

D. W. Bain, Clerk in Comptroller's de- 
partment, his 4th quarter's salary for 
1861, 

The following Sheriffs, for making returns 
of Congressional election in Novem- 
ber, 1801 : 

E. D. Davis, Sheriff Jackson Co., 
Isaac A. Keel, " McDowell " 
Watson Curtis, " Clay " 
C, Austin, " Union " 
W. S. Webster, on account of contract for 

distributing Revised Code, 
C, C. Tally, on account of contract for 

distributing laws, 
Wm. Ciieek, on account of contract for 

distributing laws, i 

C. C. Tail_y, on account of contract foi-' 
distrihuiing Revised Code, 

D. B. Allen, for services as Clerk in Exe-j 
cutive Department for the quarter end-^ 
ing Dec. olst, 1861, as authorized by' 
the General Assembly, 

E. Emmons, State Geologist, his Sd & 4th 
quarter's snlary for 1S61, 

Rev. M. A. Curtis, Assistant State Geolo- 
gist, his 4th quarter's salary for 1861, 

Sundrj^ persons, interest on State Cou- 
pon Bonds of N. C, 

Sundry persons, interest on Coupon 
Bonds of Cape Fear & Deep River 
Navigation Company, i 

Sundry persons, interest on State Regis-j 
tered Bonds, 



# 



751 
6 
9 

75 



10 

13 

19 

4 

93 
150 
220 

62 



50 

50 





50 



83 

16 
32 

T5 



50 



125 10 

1,250 

12i 

73,089 

^,ooo 

2,88491 



1862-'6S.] 



Document. No. 8. 



6$ 



Year ending Sept. ZOth, 186^. 



Sundry pei*sons, interest on bonds of Fay- 
etteville & Western Plank Road Co., 

W. H. Battle, Judge Supreme Court, his 
4tli quarter's salary for 1861, 

M. E. Manly, Judge Supreme Court, his 
4th quarter's salary for ISGl, 

R. M. Pearson, Chief Justice Supreme 
Court, his 4th quarter's salary for 1861, 

L. D. Starke, Solicitor jpro tern., for 1 cer- 
tificate from 1st Circuit, Fall 1861, 

A. S. Merrimon, Solicitor pro tem,.^ for 3 
certificates from Tth Circuit, Fall 1861, 

P. P. Dick, Executrix of J. M. Dick, 
dec'd, Judge Superior Courts, for 
certificates from 1st Circuit, Fall 1861, 

John Kerr, Solicitor pro tem.^ for 1 certi 
ticate from 4th Circuit, Fall 1861, 

Capt. T. D. Ho^i^g, C. S., for the use of 
Subsistence Department, 

Col. J. A. J. Bradford, for services as a 
member of the Military Board, 

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment, 

Maj. John Devereux, A. <3. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment, 

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. M. A. Bledsoe, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment, 

Maj. Jno Devereux, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

B. F. Moore, expenses incurred by Board 
of Claims, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 
Doo. No. 8.] 5 



5a 



2,670 
625 
625 
625 

20 

60 

487 

£0 

3,000 

162 

2,87650 

27405 

2,es4 

2,938 



5,000 

14,606 

8 

346 



73 



19 



66 



66 



DOCUMJENT No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 
Jan. 



Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of the 

Subsistence Department, 
Maj. John Devereux, A, Q. M., for the 

use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 

Subsistence Department, 
Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 

Subsistence Department, 
Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 

Subsistence Department, 
Mrs. M. A. E. Ramsay, for services of her 

son W. H. Pamsay, as messenger to 

Eoard of Claims for 15 days to Dec. 

15th, 1861, inchisive, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the use 

of that Department, 
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q, M., for the 

use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 
Thos. Loring, for advertising in Goldsbo- 

ro' Tribune orders of Adjutant and 

Commissary General, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Capt. Thos. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use 

of Subsistence Department, 
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 

use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 



1,250 



164 

180 

517 

1,100 

50,876 
164 
1,962 
1,000 
2,000 
5,600 

6 
47,753 

2,023 

7 

176 

5,000 

287 



88 



QQ 



99 



04 



03 

22 



50 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



67 



Year ending Septemler ZOth^ 1862. 



F. Nash, his compensation as Clerk to 

Board of Claims, from Dec. Slat, 1861, 

to Jan. 17th, 1862, inclusive, 
Capt. T. D. Ho^g, C. S., for the use of 

Subsistence Department, 
Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 

Subsistence Department, 
Capt. James Brjan, for Maj. D. Coleman, 

residue in his favor for services as 

Lieut, in N. C. Navy, 
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M,, for the 

use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Dennis Simmons, for transportation ser- 
vice of Schooner "Pattie Martin," 
Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the 

use of the Quarter Master's Depart 

ment, 
S. Whitaker, for Col. H. G. Spruill, for 

paj'ment of laborers on Coast Defences 

at Fort Oregon, N. C, 
Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 

Subsistence Department, 
Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 

Subsistence Department,. 
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 

use of the Quarter Master's Depart 

ment, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 

use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that Department, 
Cant. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 

Subsistence Department, 
Chas. E. Johnson, Surgeon General of 

N. C, for the use of that Department, 



72 

11,052 

5,000 

211 



13,562 



82 
27 



397 



20,000 



240 



6,0001 



23,000 



4,383 



08 
483 86 
200 



626 

150 

164 

4,000 

5,000 



81 



68 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 








tTan. 


Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 








use of tliat Department, 


$ 382 


18 




Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 








use of that Department, 


719 


38 




Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 








the Subsistence Department, 


3,000 






Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 






» 


use of that Department, 


26,276 


19 




Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 








use of the Quarter Master^s Depart- 








ment, 


8,000 






Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 








the Subsistence Department, 


8,000 






Sundry persons, under an ordinance of 








the Convention in favor of claims al- 






'- 


lowed by Board of Claims, as follows : 






'■{ 


Z. B. Yance, 


1,980 


56 




S. Satterthwaite, 


50 






P. F. Pescud, 


64 


85 




Jones County, per "Will. Foy, 


5,820 


97 




R. D. Hart, 


42 






John Randolph, 


374 


25 




Alfred Everett, 


74 


75 




Angelo Garybaldo, ' 


177 


54 


' 


Chatham County, per H. A. Loudon, 


4,340 


41 




J. S. Holt, 


375 






New Hanover County, per W. T. J. 








Yann, 


7,172 


88 




C. Perkins & Son, 


21 






D. Pender & Co., 


21 


52 




E. C. Belvin, 


42 


45 




D. C. Murray, 


41 


40 




L. M Cook, 


25 






Wm. Smith. 


30 






Orrell & Hawes, 


208 






Pride Jones, 


197 


73 




John L. Baker, 


285 


25 




Duplin County, per Jere Pearsall, 


3,790 


57 




D. C. Parks, 


302 


87 




Hyman, Dancey & Co., 


648 






J. B. Fulton, 


137 


40 




Davie County, balance per Jas. A. Moore, 


3,326 


79 



1862-'63.] 



BocuMENT No. 8. 



69 



Year ending Septeiriber ZOik, 1862. 






1862. 






^T^ 


Jan. 


Rowan, balance per Jas. A. Moore, 


$ 2,645 


8« 




Isaac House, 


17 


10 




J. T. Barnes, 


181 


80 




Willie Simras, 


30 


30 




J. H. Applewhite, 


39 


30 




Beaufort County, per W. J. Ellison, 


14,697 


0« 




Pasquotank Co., in part per Frank 








Vaughn, 


1,000 






Johnston Co., in part per J. B. Beckwith. 


1,000 






Currituck Co., per J, S. Dev, 


6,124 


05 




J. S. McEIroy, 


632 


51 




Jos. Ramsay, 


29 


32 




M. Witty, " 


126 






Edwin Want, 


436 


15 




Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 








the Subsistence Department, 


7,000 






Mrs. M, A. E. Ramsay, for services of her 








son, Wm. H. Ramsay, as messenger to 








the Board of Claims, from 16th Dec, 








18G1, to 19th Jan., 1862, inclusive. 


21 






Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 








use of the Quarter Master's depart- 








ment, 


2,000 






A. W. LaM'renee, Capt, Ordnance De- 






partment, for the purchase of ordnance. 








ordnance stores and supplies, 


20,000 






Capt. C. ^Y. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 








of the Quarter Master's department. 


3,000 






Capt. A. Myers, A. Q. M., for the use of 








the Quarter Master's department. 


2,000 






Maj. A. M, Lewis, Fay Ma,ster, for the 








use of that department, 


44,784 


93 




S. E Phillips, traveling expenses as special 








messenger, on business for the State, 


31 






J. M. Worth, Salt Commissioner, part of 








appropriation of Convention of N. C, 








for the manufacture of salt, 


3,100 


: 




The following persons, under resolution 








of General Assembly, in favor of claims 








allowed by Board of Claims: 








E. J. Kirksey, 


902|38 




J. E. Morris, 


12 


82 



to 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Beportf&r the Fiscal 



Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of! 

Presidential election in Nov. 1861, 
H. Beverly, Cashier, premium on check- 
on Charleston, S. C., 
J. G, Gray, Tax Collector, Macon Coun 
ty, an allowance for 39 white polls, as 
volunteers from said County, 
R. H. Page, Secretary of State, his 4th 
quarter's salary for 1S61, 

O. H. Perry, State Librarian, his 4th 
quarter's salary for 1861, and services 
as to Cabinet of Minerals, 

O. H. Perry, for payment of subscription 
to newspapers and periodicals for State 
Library and postage, 

Bank of Clarendon, being amount borrow- 
ed of saiu Bank, to meet State liabilities, 

Hillsboro' Saving Institution, being am't. 
borrowed of said Institution, to meet 
State liabilities, 

Sundry persons, principal of State Re- 
gistered Bonds, dated Jan. 1852, and! 
and running ten years, 

Drury King, ^Superintendent of Capitol, 
his 4th quarter's salary, for 1861, 

Geo. T. Cooke, Post Master, Raleigh, 
postage account of Treasury depart- 
ment, 

Geo. T. Cooke, postage account of Board 
of Claims, 

Drury King, for pa;^ment of wages of 
servant at the Capitol, for Nov. & Dec. 
1861, 

B. W. Starke, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, 

J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, 

John G. Williams, expenses to and from 
Richmond, Va., on business for the 
State, 

W. G. Strickland, for 41 cords of wood! 
furnished the State, 



160 
100 

31 

200 

112 

35 

25,000 

5,068 

7,500 
65 

5 
29 

30 

2 

65 

30 
161 



82 

20 

50 
50 

53 



IS 



13 



l862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



71 



Year ending Sept ZOih, 1862. 



Sundry telegraphic dispatclies for Dec. 
1861, 

Soutliern Express Company, freight on 
sundry packages, 

J. Mullins, for J. Manonvrier, New Or- 
leans, for Lithograpliing Treasury Notes 
for the State of N. C, 

Forest Manufacturing Company, for 20 
reams printing paper furnished State 
Printer, 

Henry Hardie, for services in Treasury 
department, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
sundry packages, 

W. W. Holden, for advertising in N. C. 
Standard for Treasury department, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
package, 

E. II. Britton, for publishing in Chai'lotte 
Bulletin, sundry proclamations of the 
Governor, 

W. W. Holden, for publishing in N. C. 
Standard, sundry proclamations of the 
Governor, 

W. W. Holden, for advertising in N. C 
Standard, for State department, 

W. W. Holden, for publishing in JS. C. 
StaTidard, Ordinances and Resolutions 
of the adjourned session of the Conven- 
tion of N. C, Nov. & Dec, 1861, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
package, 

O. H. Perry, for services in Treasury de- 
partment. 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
package, 

Jas. E. Iloyt, expenses incurred in con- 
veying funds to Raleigh fur Public 
Treasurer, 

P. F. Pescud, expenses to and iVom Pe- 
tersburg, Va., on business for the State, 
L. Ilayman, fur services in Treasury 
department, 



$ 



7 

274 

120 
40 

8 
15 

2 

11 

26 
3 

50 

50 
9 

30 
24 
20 



91 
50 

79 



50 
50 
50 

25 

12 
37 

67 
75 

35 

op, 

50 



73 



Document No. S. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report far ike Fiscal 



1862. 








Jan. 


John G, "Williams, expenses to and from 
Kichmond, Ya., on business for the 








State, 


$ 30 




, 


J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury 








department, 


60 






Henry Hardie, for services in Treasury 








department, 


50 






T. E. Steele, for services in Treasury de- 








partment,, 


10 






Southern Express Company, freight on 








package, 


1 


25 




J. W. Randolph, Richmond, Va., for 








Bank Note Paper, furnished the State, 


154 


20 




Belvidere Manufacturing Company, Rich- 








mond, Va., for 35,000 sheets BankNote 








paper, furnished the State, 


2,102 


50 




S. L. Hayman, for services in Treasury 








department. 


20 






J. D. Primrose, for services in Treasury 








department, 


5 






0. H. Perry, for services in Treasury de- 








partmenty 


50 






Forest Manufacturing Co., for paper fur- 








nished the State, 


2,505 


50 




Southern Express Co., freight on pack- 








age. 


3 


50 




C. L. Cook, interest on 2 Treasury Notes, 






Pfi>^ 


of N. C, of $100 each, 




SO 


i? eo. 

1862. 


Paid Members of the Convention of N.C., 






1 


adjourned session, Jan. & Feb., 1862, 








as follows : 








WN Edwards, Prs't, Warren Co., 


152 






Thos. A. Allison, Iredell " 


146 






A. H. Arrington, Nash " 


69 


40 




R. F. Armfield, Yadkin " 


50 


60 




P. A. Atkinson, Pitt " 


79 






Geo. E. Badger, Wake " 


108 






I). W. Bagley, Martin " 


87 






D. A. Barnes, Northampton " 


m 






L. W. Batchelor, Halifax, " 


81 






W.S. Battle, Edgecombe " 


120 





1862-'63.] 



Document 1S[o. 8. 



73 



Year ending Sept. SOthy 1862. 



lS6:i. 








■ 


Feb. 


L N. B. Battle, 


Nash Co., 


$ 63 






John Berry, 


Orange " 


122 


40 




; A. M. Bogle, 


Alexander " 


146 






James Bond, 


Bertie " 


113 






,E. T. Brudnax, 


Rockingham " 


120 






Bedford Brown, 


Caswell " 


1(>4 






J. 11. Bryson, 


Cherokee " 


198 






Tlios. Bunting, 


Sampson " 


114 






K. A. Caldwell, 


Rowan " 


122 


40 




Jas, Calloway, 


AVilkes " 


147 


60 




J. S. Cannon, 


Perquimans " 


162 


40 




:S. 11. Christian, 


Montgomery " 


147 






'J. W. Councill, 


Watauga " 


136 


60 




!j. W. Cunningham, 


Person " 


112 




IW. A. Darden, Jr., 


Greene " 


117 




R. P. Dick, 


Guilford " 


124 




iJas. Dickson, 


Duplin " 


129 • 




B. C. Douthet, 


Davidson " 


138 




M. Durham, 


Rutherford " 


16180 




Peter Eller, 


AVilkes 


106 




iW. J. Ellison, 


Beaufort " 


99 






;D. D. Ferebee, 


Camden " 


108 






!J. E. Foster, 


Ashe " 


152i 




A. G, Foster, 


Randolph 


11180 




;Wm. Foy, 


Jones " 


100 80 




J. P. Fuller, 


Robeson " 


138 


20 




jj. A. Gilmer, 


Guilford " 


127 






j Ralph Gorrell, 


Do « 


112 


40 




jW. A. Graham, 


Orange " 


126 






jGeo. Green, 


Craven *' 


102 


80 




ij. H. Greenlee, 


McDowell, " 


121 






T.V. Hamlin, 


Surry " 


104 






T. L. Hargrove, 


Granville " 


9840 




lEben Hearne, 


Stanly " 


134 




• 


;J. H. Headen, 


Chatham " 


123 






Wm. Hicks, 


Haywood " 


175 






W. W. Holden, 


Wake 


114 






iJ. L. Holmes, 


Kew Hanover "• 


116 


80 




H. M. Houston, 


Union *' 


139 






jGeo. Howard, Jr., 


Wilson " 


92i60 




S. X. Johnston, 


Gaston " 


103 20 




jE. W. Jones, 


Caldwell " 


140 





74 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



J. B. Jones, 
H. 0. JoDes, 

A. II. Joyce, 
Neill Kelly, 

B. A. Kittrel), 
J. A. Leak, 
W. F. Leak, 
W, J, Long, 
T. B. Lyon, 

E. L. Mann, 

John Manning, Jr., 
J. C. McDowell, 
J. A. McDowell, 
M. J. McDnffie, 
David McNeill, 
A. S. McNeill, 
T. D. Meares, 
Giles Mebane, 
L. J. Merritt, 
Gr. W. Michal, 
W. J.T. Miller, 
A. Mitchell, 
R. A. Moselej, 
A. Myers, 
A. J.'Murrill, 
J. W. Osborne, 
M. P. Penland, 
W. S. Pettigrew, 
Caleb Phifer, 
D. S. Reid, 
J. T. Rhodes, 
S. S Royster, 
Thomas Rnffin, 
0. B. Sanders, 

F. B. Satterthwaile, 
David Schenck, 
Greorge Setzer, 

W. M. Shipp, 
R. II. Smith, 
W. A. Smith, 

C. D. Smith, 
R. K. Speed, 



Currituck Co., 


$ 79 




Rowan " 


141 




Stokes " 


143 




Bladen " 


188 


80 


Davidson " 


126 




Anson " 


111 




Richmond " 


161 




Randolph « 


117 


60 


Granville " 


98 




Hyde " 


12S 


40 


Chatham " 


96 


60 


Burke " 


104 


40 


Madison " 


145 


20 


Cumberland " 


114 




do. « 


123 




Harnett " 


99 


40 


Brunswick " 


137 


20 


Alamance " 


108 




Chatham " 


111 


60 


Rutherford " 


164 




Cleaveland " 


144 




Iredell " 


145 


10 


Sampson " 


90 


60 


Anson " 


146 


40 


Onslow " 


78 




Mecklenburg " 


112 


60 


Yancey " 


130 




Washington " 


75 




Cabarrus " 


138 




Rockingham " 


130 




Duplin " 


133 




Granville " 


94 




Alamance " 


125 




Johnston " 


106 




Pitt " 


128 




Lincoln " 


145 


40 


Catawba " 


129 




Henderson " 


168 




Halifax " 


87 




Johnston " 


116 


60 


Macon " 


188 




Pasquotank " 


107 





1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



75 



Tear e7iding September 30/A, 1862. 



1862. 
Feb. 



Robert Sprouse, 
Eli Spniill, 
D. H. Starbuck, 
Robert Strange, 
J. M. Strono;, 
Geo. V. Strong, 
jj. C. Sutherland, 
iC. R. Thomas, 
jW. 11. Thomas, 
lE. A. Thompson, 
|F. A. Thornton, 
H. Turner, 
A. J. Walton, 
IE. J. Warren, 
'j. C. Washington, 
A. D. Williams, 
iJ. E. Williamson, 
iT. J. Wilson, 
|N. W. Woodfin, 
Richard Woo ten, 



Davie 

Tyrrel 

Forsyth 

New Hanover 

Mecklenburg 

Wayne 

Ilobeson 

Carteret 

J ackson 

Wayne 

Warren 

Moore 

Gates 

Beaufort 

Lenoir 

Franklin 

Caswell 

Forsvth 

Buncombe 

Columbus 



Co., 



W. L. Steele, Principal Secretary to Con 

tion, 
L. C. Edwards, Assistant Secretary to 

Convention, 
J. H. Moore, Engrossing Clerk, 
F. I. Wilson, 'temporary Assistant Clerk, 
James Page, Principal Door Keeper, 
|W. R. Lovell, Assistant do., 
:J. C. Moore, " do., 

D. King, temporary Ass't do., 
W. R. Lovell, under resolution of Con- 
I ven'tion, 

P. Cowper, Clerk Council of State, ex- 
penses of meeting of Council, Feb. 
20th, 1802, 
Sundry Sheriffs, mileage and ^7<??' diem. 
for making returns of Congressional 
I election in Nov. 1861, 
jEdw'd Cooper, for repairing fence around 
I Executive Mansion, 
[W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 
1 lum, on account of said Asylum, | 



$ 



140 
131 
137 

125 
141 

108 
137 

92 
165 
109 
128 

99 

95 
130 
159 

79 
128 
128 
170 
141 



50 



80 



80 
40 



20 

20 



225 

403 
181 
4 
135 
169 
139} 
27 

82 



120 

28 

1 

1,500 



40 

40 



65 
50 



76 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 
Feb. 



Sundry persons, interest on State Cou- 
pon Bonds of ]Sr. C, 

Sundry persons, interest on Coupon 
Bonds of Cape Fear and Deep River 
Navigation Company, 

Sundry persons, interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

F. Nash, his compensation as Clerk to 
Board of Claims for 21 days to Feb. 
8th, 1862. 

B. F. Moore, as Commissioner of the 
Board of Claims, 

Mrs. M. A. E. Ramsay, for services of 
her son, Wm. H. Ramsay, as messen 
ger to the Board of Claims for 30 days, 
ending Feb. 18th, 1862. 

J. M. Worth, Salt Commissioner, as part 
of appropriation of Convention of IS 
C, for the manufacture of salt, 

Maj. John Deverenx, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De 
j)artment, for the purchase of ordnance, 
ordnance st(»res and supplies, . 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of odrnauce, 
ordnance stores and supplies, 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the use 
of that Department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the use 
of that Department, 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of the 
Subsistence Department, 



8,274 

345 
125 

84 
333 

22 

6,000 

20,000 

Y,233 



20,000 
10,000 
10,000 
9,897158 



98 



50 



ro 



40,090 
24,000 
10,000 
20,000 



59 



1862-'63.] 



Document No, 8. 



7T 



I'ear ending Sept. BOth, 1862. 



Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the 

I use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 

j ment, 

Maj. Jolm Deverenx, A. Q. M., for tin- 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Maj. John Deverenx, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Fay Master, for tlie 
use of that Department, 

jClias. E. Johnson, Surgeon General of N. 

I C, for the use of tliat Department, 

jMaj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

iC D. Smith, expenses incurred as spe- 
cial Agent for the State, for the pur- 
chase of saltpetre, 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, 0. S., for the use of 
tiie Subsistence Department, 

William Dixon, for services rendered as 
pilot to steamer "Winslow," 

P. H. "Winston, Jr., as Commissioner of 
the Board of Claims, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De 
partment, for the purchase of ord- 
nance, ordnance stores and supplies, 

W. S. Mason, expenses incurred as spe- 
cial Agent for the State for the pur- 
chase of saltpetre, 

Sundry persons, under an ordinance of 
the Convention in favor of claims al- 
lowed by Board of Claims, as follows : 

M. A. Woody, 

iJas. S. Snow, 

;W. W. Fife, 

McNair, Bro. & Co., 

Sampson Co., in part, per A. B, Chesnutt, 

P. II. Thrash, 

Makepeace & McRae, 

R. W. Ilamlln, 

L. B. Erambert, 



$ 



10,000 

13,000 

16,400 

10,000 

5,000 

10,000 

5 
5,000 
6 
25 



55 



12,500 


2S 


78 




80 




53 


92 


21 


50 


92 


34 


5,801 


02 


944 


30 


24 




21 


25 


193 


32 



78 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller'^s Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 








Feb. 


W. H. Bobbitt, 


$ 336 


47 




Jas. II. Holt, 


28 


40 




Pasquotank Co., in part, per F. Vaughan, 


250 






PolkCo., per J. L. Ward, 


501 


28 




S. H. Christian, 


34 


75 




J. J. Jenkins, 


26 


33 




J. F. Miller, 


40 


90 




W. C. Roberts, 


90 






Joseph Lawrence, 


232 


30 




Joseph Commander, 


167 


60 




J. F. Crawley, 


138 


55 




G. W. Ward, 


2.5 






Sampson Co., balance, per Thos. Bunting, 


4,861 


37 




Robeson " in part, " J. P. Fuller, 


3,240 






Pasquotank Co.. " " R. II. Speed, 


2,040 






Macon " C. D. Smith, 


654 


73 




J. H. Wood, 


258 


48 




Ilart & Bailey, 


268 


58 




Pasquotank Co., in part, per F. Yaughan, 


1,900 






E. L. Harding, 


163 


60 




C. C. Tew, 


180 






R. N. Carter, under resolution of General 








Assembly, in favor of claims, allowed 








by Board of Claims, 


24 


25 




George T. Cooke, Post Master, Raleigh, 








postage accounts of the several depart- 








ments, in Capitol, as folloM^s : 








Executive Department, 


33 


49 




Treasury " 


10 


97 




State " 


58 


88 




Comptroller's " 


7 


22 




Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of 








Presidential election in Nov., 1861, 


77 


66 




Sherwood & Long, for publishing in 








Greensboro' Patriot, Governor's procla- 








mation, concerning Convention, 


14 






Wm. Howard, for publishing in Tarboro' 








Southerner, Governor's proclamation 








concerning Convention, 


20 






W. D. Humphrey, Sheriff of Onslow Co., 








for making returns of Convention elec- 








tion in said county, 


2 


50 



1862 -'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



79 



Year ending Sept. 30th, 1862. 



1862. 
Feb. 



Jesse H. Lindsay, Cashier Branch Bank 
of Cape Fear, Greensboro', being am't 
borrowed of said bank to meet State 
liabilities including interest on same, 

John G. Williams & Co., being amount 
borrowed to meet State liabilities, in- 
cluding interest on same, 

John G. Williams &. Co., being amount 
borrowed to meet State liabilities, in- 
cluding interest on same. 

jSundry persons, principal of State Eegis- 
tered Bonds, as follows: 

Wm. Peace, Treasurer Rex Hospital, for 
2 Bonds, 

Wm. A. Myatt, for 1 Bond, 

W. L. Steele, for 1 Bond of $1000 and 3 
of $500, 

Western N. C. Railroad Co., at sundry 
times during Feb. 1862, 220 State Cou- 
pon Bonds of $1,000 each, dated Oct. 
1st, 1861, and running 30 years, issued 
on account of eaid road, 

J. D. Primrose, for services in Treasury 
department, 

Henry Hardie, for services in Treasury 
department, 

J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury 
department, 

L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury de- 
partment. 

Sundry telegraphic dispatches, during 

Jan. 1862, ^ 

|Southern Express Company, freight on 

package, 
!S. L. Hayman, for services in Treasury 
department, " j 

J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury' 
department, j 

W. M. Black, for J. Manouvrier, New 
Orleans, for Lithographing N. C. Trea- 
sury Notes, 
T. E. Steele, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, 



25,066, 

10,150 

5,075 



2,000 
500 



2,500 



220,000 
50 
50 
80 
233 
43 



06 



85 



64 



1 

20 
10 

177 
50 



90 
96 



25 



82 



S0 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's lieportfor the Fiscal 



Soutliern Express Company, freight on 
package, 

fl. Ilardie, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, 

0. JB. Root, expenses to and from New 
Orleans, Charleston and Richmond, on 
bnainess for the State, 

J. D. Primrose, for services in Treasury 
department, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
package, 

S. L. Ilayraan, for services in Treasury 
department, 

D. PI. Breen, for work on State Bonds, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
package 

J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury 
Department, 

Jas. H. Moore, expenses to and from New 
Orleans, on business for Treasury De- 
partment, 

J. D. Primrose, for services in Treasury 
Department, 

Chas. Kuester, for pair of shears furnish- 
ed Treasurer's Office, 

P. Ferrall, for coal furnished State Li- 
brary, 

Pulaski Cowper, Private Secretary to 
Gov. Clark, for sealing 100 State Bonds, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
package, 

F. I. Wilson, for examining accounts of 
John Spelman, State Printer, and 
Syme & Hall, printers to the Con- 
vention, 

T. W. Atkin, for publishing in Asheville 
News, Governor's proclamation, 

John Spelman, for Oates, "Wiswall & Co., 
Lincolnton, N. C, for 12 reams of 
blank tax list paper furnished the 
State, 

John Spelman, expenses to and from 



245 
20 

8 

25 
50 

50 

200 

30 

5 

1 

10 

1 

6 

4 

100 



25 



25 



50 



75 



25 



50 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



81 



Tear ending Sept. ^th, 1862. 



Liacolnton, oST. C, on business for 
Comptroller's and Treasury Depart- 
ments, 

W. H. & R. S. Tucker, for articles fur- 
nished tlie State, 

jo. H. Perry, for services in Treasury 
Department, 

S, L. fla3nnan, for services m Treasury 
Department, 

iThe following members of the Conven- 
tion of N. C, adjourned session, Jan. 
and Feb., 1862: i 

|K. P. Battle, Wake Co., ) 

iK. Rayner, Hertford Co., (Nov. session) 

K.Rayner, " " 

W. W. Hoiden, Wake " 

JR. H. Page, Secretary of State, for copies 
of Ordinances of Convention of N. C, 
furnished Convention Printer and other 
officers, 

Pulaski Cowper, for defraying expenses of 
Council of State at its meeting held 
March 18th, 1862, j 

James Page, for distributing Journals and 
Acts of General Assemblj", and Revised 
Code, in 19 Western Counties of the 
State, 

E. Emmons, Jr., Assistant State Geolo- 
gist, his 4th quarter's salary for 1861, 

W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 
lum of N. C, on account of said Asy- 
lum, 

John G. Williams & Co., interest on 3 
Treasury Notes of N. C, of $100 each, 

jSundry persons, interest on State Coupon 
Bonds of N.C., 

Sundry persons, interest on Coupon 
Bonds of Cape Fear and Deep river 
Navigation company, 

iSundry persons, interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

jHarris & Howell, Wilmington, N. C, for 
Voc, No. 8.] « 



82 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Railroad car wheels and axles furnish- 
ed the State, 

McEae &, Teel, for 2 dozen axes purchas- 

' ed for the State salt works, 

Fred'k JSTash, his compensation as Clerk 
to Board of Claims for 25 days, to 

'■ March 5th, 1862, 

J. R. Dowell, the first instalment on ac- 
count of contract for erecting tele- 

: graphic line from Goldsboro' to New- 
bern , 

Capt. M. A. Bledsoe, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Qurter Master's department, 

S. r. Phillips, as Commissioner of the 
Board of Claims, 

Capt. Jas, Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use of 
the Quarter Master's department, 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of 
Subsistence department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the use 
of that department, 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's department, 

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M,, iov the use 
of the Quarter Master's department, 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Capt. M. A. Bledsoe, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. T. D.^ Hogg, C. S., for the use of 
the Subsistence Department, 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart 
ment, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of ordnance 
ordnance stores and supplies, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 



60 

72 

100 
3,000 



15,000 



83 
60,000 
20.000 
10,000 
10,000 
15,000 
10,000 

100,000 

8,000 
10,000 

10,000 

20,000 
42,824 



22 



l862-'63.] 



Document No. S. 



Year ending September 30th, 1S62. 



1S62. 
Mar. 



Maj. Jolin Deverenx, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M,, for tlie 
use of tlie Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Maj. Jolm Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Capt. James Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Maj. Jno. Devereux, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's Department, 

A. "W". Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of saltpetre, 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M,, for the 
use of the Quarter Master's Depart- 
ment, 

S. W. Davis. Pres't N. C. Powder Manu- 
facturing Company, on account of said 
Company, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Capt. James Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Masters Department, 

Fred'k Nash, on account of expenses of 
Board of Claims, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 
partment, for the purchase of ordnaooe,' 
ordnance stores and supplies, 

A- W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnanee De- 
partment, for the purchase of o^df.ajiQ€, 
ordnance stores and supplies^ 



$530,029 
10,000 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 





Comptroller's Be/port fi 


w the Fiscal 


1862. 
Mar. 


A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De 








partment, for the purchase of ordnance, 








ordnance stores and supplies. 


% 20,000 






A. W, Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De- 








partment, for the purchase of ordnance. 








ordnance stores and supphes, 


3,000 






Worth & Daniel, for bags furnished State 








salt works, 


230 


20 




P. H. Winston, Jr., as Commissioner of 








the Board of Claims, 


425 






S. F. Phillips, as Commissioner of the 








Board of Claims, 


' 600 






Sundry persons, under an ordinance of 








the Convention in favor of claims al- 








lowed by Board of Claims, as follows : 








Jas. Tiddy, 


40 






Wm. Tiddy, 


4 






Jas. A. Washington, 


591 


59 




E. H. Cunningham, 


143 


25 




W. W. Smith, 


236 


61 




W. H. Stone, 


69 


25 




D. C. McGregor, 


6 


25 




Richmond Co., per J. P. Leak, Agent, 


3,319 


31 




C. R. Thomas, Attorney, 


268 


80 




Do. do. 


22 


50 




Sam'l L. Dill, 


1,300 






G. W. Dill, 


1,433 


33 




Lynn Adams, 


29 


60 




Alexander Co., per W. M. Bogle, Agent, 


612 


11 




E. M. Holt, 


280 


32 




Pasquotank Co., (bal.) per R. K Speed, 


3,860 


14 




H. M.. Rowland, 


21 






Warren Co., per J. B. Batchelor, 


1,965 


98 




Perquiriians Co., per Jas. C. Skinner, 


6,906 


35 




Peter E. flines, 


102 


60 




C. Cornehlsen, 


1,024 






Johnston Co., (bal.) per J. B. Beckwith, 


3,370 






J. P. Mabry, 


20 


20 




Caswell Co., per T. D. Johnston, Trustee, 


3,943 


57 




A. Mitchell & Son, 


250 


25 




Camden County, per G. W. Spencer, 


8,501 


97 




Stanly' .« " .« ^ J., 0. McCain, Trus- 








teej 


2,733 


35 



l862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



So 



Year enduing Septemher ZOth, 1862. 



18G2. 
Mar. 



Iredell County, per T, W. Caldwell, ag't 

Cobb & Nesbitt, 

C. H. Barnum, 

Dozier & Co., 

Benj. M. Walker, 

Geo. W. Seagle, under resolution of Gen 
eral Assembly, in favor of claims, al- 
lowed by Board of Claims, 

Letitia Bray, of Surry County, a pension 
for 1861, 

K II. Worthy, Sheriif of Moore Co., for 
making returns of Presidential election 
in Nov. 1861, 

John W. Syrae, Printer to the Conven- 
tion, for printinc^ for Convention, ad- 
journed session, Jan. & Feb., 1862, 

John W. Syme, for printing 300 copies of 
an Ordinance of the Convention, &c 

John Spelman, for printing blank Tax 
Lists, with freight on same, and circu 
lars for Comptroller, 

John Spelman, for advertising in State 
Journal, Ordinances of Convention, and 
printing done for Secretary of State, 

Geo. T. Cooke, Post Master, Kaleigh, for 
postage stamps. 

Sundry Banks of N. C, being amount 
borrowed to meet State liabilities : 

Bank of Wadesboro', including interest, 
" Wilmington, " " 

" Commerce, Newbern " 

W. II. & R. S. Tucker, including " 

Bank of Yanceyville, " " 

W. II. Sz R. S. Tucker, " « 

Com'l Bank, Wihnington, " " 

J. V. Wilcox, for 3 State Registered 
Bonds of $1000 each, 

Charlotte II. Lawson, for 3 State Regis-i 
tered Bonds of $1000 each, and 1 of' 
$500, 

Redeemed at the Public Treasury, 3 State 
Treasury Notes of $100 each, Letter D. 



2,149 
24 
81 
75 

128 



39 
40 

12 

1,012 
5 

275 

180 
5 



86 
43 

96 
90 



25 

75 

79 

20 

09 



23 

m 



S6 



20,391 
51,216 
30,220 
15,698 
10,228*33 

5,040) 
30,13809 

3,000 



3,500 



DocujfENT No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 








Mar. 


No. 4:QQ dated Jan. 8, 1863, Letters D., 
No. 667, and B., No. 668, dated Jan. 








18, 1862, 


-f 300 






W. M. Black, for J. Manouvrier, New 








Orleans, for Lithographing N. C. Treas- 








ury Notes, 


785 


97 




John Spelman, for publishing in State 








Journal, sundry proclamations of the 








Governor, and printing for Executive 








office, 


77 


70 




C. N. B. Evans, for publishing in Milton 








Chronicle, Governor's proclamation, 


7 






J. W. Syme, for publishing in Raleigh 








Register, Governor's proclamation. 


7 


50 




W. G. Strickland, for wood furnished the 








State, 


879 


24 




Thomas Loring, for publishing in Golds- 








boro' Tribune, Governor's proclama- 








tion, 


9 






L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury de- 






' 


partment, 


205 






Southern Express Company, freight on 








package. 


1 


25 




Sundry Telegraphic dispatches during 








Feb. 1862, 


65 


34 




Southern Express Company, freight on 








package. 


8 


25 




J. W. Albertson, traveling expenses to 








and from Richmond, Ya., on business 








for the State, 


80 


55 




Southern Express Company, freight on 








package, 


2 


50 




Henry Ilardie, for services in Treasury 








department, 


136 






J. D. Primrose, services in Treasury de- 








partment, 


5 






Southern Express Company, freight on 








package. 


1 


25 




R. F. Jones, for services in Treasury de- 








partment, 


9 


60 




Southern Express Company, freight on 








packages, 


11 


25 



1862-'63.] 



Doci^iENT "No. 8. 



87 



Year eTiding Sept SOth, 1862. 



(t 






u 


u 






u 


u 






u 


u 






u 


u 






u 


a 






;i 



J. W. Harrison, for 2 tables furnished 
Treasurer's oflBce, ! 

R. Granger, for publishing in "Washing-' 
ton Dispatch, proclamations of the 
Governor, 

T. E, Steele, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
package, 

J. W. Randolph, Richmond, Ya., fori 
10,000 sheets Bank Note paper fur-j 
nished the State, 

0. II. Perry, for services in Treasury De-| 
partment, 

L. S. Perry, 

Henry Hardie, 

J. J. Lansdell, 

S. L. Hayraan, 
Do. 

J. D. Primrose, 

S. H. Young, " " " " 

F. W. Bornermann, Charleston, S. C, for 
engraving plates and printing $2 Treas- 
ury Notes of N. C, from same. 

Southern Express Company, freight on 

I packages, 

iS. L. Hayman, for services in Treasury 

I Department, 

ij. D. Primrose, " " " " 

jBriggs & Dodd, for 1 book-case for re- 

I cords of Supreme Court at Morganton, 

;Hoyer & Ludwig, Richmond, Ya., for' 

I Bank Note paper furnished the State.' 

'j. W. Albertson, expenses to and from 

I Lincolnton, on business for the State, 

:E. S. Blackwood, for services in Treasury 

I Department, 

iW. J. Lougee, for articles furnished 

j Treasurer's Office, 

[A. Creech, for articles furnished Treasur- 

I er's Office, 

jSouthern Express Company, freight on 

1 package, 



88 



DocuitErrr ^o. 8. 



rSessioQ 



Comptroller's Beportf&r the Fiscal 



J. D. Primrose, for services in Treasury 
Department, 

<J. W. Albertson, expenses to and from 
Charleston and New Orleans, on busi- 
ness for the State, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
package, 

W. H< Hamilton, Superintendent of Cap- 
itol Square, his 1st quarter's salary for 
1862, 

D. W. Bain, Clerk in Comptroller's De- 
partment, his 1st quarter's salary for 
1862, 

The following Sheriffs, for maSiag re- 
turns of Congressional election in Nov. 
1861: 

N. E. Jones, Sheriff Warren County, 

J. C. Smith. " Alexander " 

R. Fv Armfield, Delegate to the Conven- 
tion of N. C, from Yadkin County, 
April and May Session, 1862, 

Expenses of meeting of Council of State, 
April Tth & 8th, 1862, 

Samuel L. Adams, on account of con- 
tract for distributing laws of N. C, 

W. S. AYebster, on account of contract for 
distributing laws of N. C, 

Henry T. Clark, Governor of N. C, his 
1st quarter's salary for 1862, 

Pulaski Cowper, Private Secretary to 
Gov. Clark, hfs 1st quarter's salary for 
1862, 

D. B. Allen, Clerk in Executive Office, 
his 1st quarter's salary for 1862, 

E. Emmons, Jr., Assistant State Geolo- 
gist, his 1st quarter's salary for 1862, 

W. T. Crawford, Sheriff Martin County, 
■ an allowance on account of insolvent 

taxables for 1860, 
W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 
lum of N. C, on account of said 
Asylum, 



75 

200 
9 

75 

187 



32 

206 
215 
225 
750 

75 
125 
375 

199 

3,000 



25 



50 

83 
60 



10 



70 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



89 



Year ending Septemher SQt/i, 1862. 



IS62. li 

April. I'Sundry persons, interest on N. C. Treas 
'j nry Notes, as follows : 
fC Dewey, Cashier, 

W. S. Mason, Trustee, 

Jno. G. Williams Sz Co., 

W. A. Williams, Teller, &c., 

C. Dewe}^ Cashier, 

■Jesse H, Lindsay, 

W. W. Vass, 

'J. W. Cunningham, 

|W. H. Jones, Cashier, 

!R. P. Dick, 

jWm. M. Eogers, per Thos. Rnffin, Sr., 

jSundry persons, interest on State Cou- 
pon Bonds of N. C, 

'Sundry persons, interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 

JR. M. Pearson, Chief Justice Supreme 
Court, his 1st quarter's salary for 1862, 

]W. H. Battle, Judge Supreme Court, his 
1st quarter's salary for 1S62, 

!M. E. Manly, Judge Supreme Court, his' 
1st quarter's salary for 1862, 

\J. R. Do well, on account ot contract for 
constructing a telegraphic line from 
Goldsboro' to Morehead city, \ 

jMajor A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 

jDr. Charles E. Johnson, Surgeon General 
of N. C, for the use of that depart-| 
ment, i 

|Capt. J. Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use of: 
the Quarter Master's department, 

Maj. Jno. Devereux, A. Q. M,, for the usej 
of the Quarter Mastei-'s department, 

jA. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance de- 
partment, for the purchase of Ordnance, 
ordnance stores and supplies, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 



§ 



98 

37 

2 

17 

4 

876 

25 

164 

4,721 

315 

13 

57,975 

173 

625 

625 

625 

6,048 
50,000 

5,000 
60,000 
20,000 

30,000 

25,000 
50,000 



59 

50 

95 

42 
38 
5 
69 
46 
32 



29 



06 



JJO 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 
April. 



Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 

use of that department, 
Capt. T. D. Hogg, 0. S., for the use of 

the Subsistence department, I 

Major Jolm Devereux, A. Q. M,, for the 

use of the Quarter Master's department,! 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance depart-] 
ment, for tlie purchase of ordnance, 
ordnance stores and supplies, 

W. S. Mason, expenses and compensa- 
tion, as agent of the State for the pur- 
chase of nitre. 

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's depart- 
ment. 

Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 

Maj. A. M. LeM^is, Pay Master, for the use 

' of that department, 

Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 

B. F. Moore, as Commissioner of the 
Board of Claims, 

F. Nash, his compensation as Secretary 
to the Board of Claims, for 25 days, to 
5th April, 1863, 

Mrs. M. A. E. E-amsay, for services of her 
son, Wm. 11. Ramsay, as messenger of 
the Board of Claims, for 30 days in- 
cluding 5th April, 1862, 

J. M. Worth, State Salt Commissioner, 
part of appropriation for the manufac- 
ture of salt, 

B. F. Moore, for defraying expenses of 
Board of Claims, 

Sundry persons, under an Ordinance of 
the Convention in favor of claims al- 
lowed by Board 6i Claims, as follows : 



50,000 



10,000 
6,036 

20,000 

227 

11,487 
50,000 
50,000 
75,000 
50,000 
40,000 
250 

100 

22 

16,841 
30 



71 



75 



bo 



33 



50 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



91 



Tear ending Sept. ZOth, 1862. 



Co, per. 



J. C. TTashington, 
J. D. "Williams, 
J. F. Graves, 
J. M. Worth, 
R. W. Best, 
J. A. 



Bitting, 



Lenoir 
.Cumberland 
Surry 
Randolph 
jGreene 
Tadkin 
iC. M. Rogers 
Sam'l Calvert, 
iJ. H. Baker, 
Dunn & Spencer, 
|Phifer & York, 

Union County, per H. M. Houston, 
jRobeson " " J. P. Fuller, 
>J. L. Pennington, 

|Capt. John R. Hawes, under resolution 
; of General Assembly in favor of claims 
! allowed by Board of Claims, 
The following sheriff's for making returns 
i for Presidential election, in JNov. 1861, 
i as follows : 

N. R. Jones, Sheriff, Warren County, 
S. C. Smith, '• Alexander 

jSundry Banks, interest on Temporary 
loans to meet liabilities of the State, 
I as follows : 
Bank of North Carolina 



" Clarendon, 

Farmer's Bank of North Carolina, 

u a u a 

Geo. T. Cooke, Post Master, Raleigh, 
postage account of Comptroller's de- 
partment, 

Geo. T. Cooke, Post Master, ifec, for post- 
age stamps furnished Executive otlice, 

John AV. Syme, Printer to the State Con- 
vention, for printing ordinances, &c., 
of the Convention, 2d adjourned ses- 
sion, Feb., 1862, 

Rufus n. Page, Secretary of State, his 
1st quarter's salary for 1862, 



6,49910 
5.437166 
2,853|31 
5,772:63 
4,24007 
6,45904 

185 65 

150 
96 

133 

1,039,67 

6,09l|l8 

2,985 08 

7743 



75 

76 



ro7 



34 



1316 
3217 



750 
133 

58 
230 

83 
202 



111 

10 

69 
200 



30 
67 
14 
83 
19 



59 



74 



92 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1362. 






April. 


0. H. Perry, State Librarian, his 1st 
quarter's salary for 1862, and services 






to Cabinet of Minerals, 


% 112 




Sundry Banks, being temporary loans 






by said Banks to meet State liabilities, 






as follows: 






Bank of North Carolina, 


25,000 




Do. do. do., 


100,000 




Do. do. do., 


8,000 




Do. Clarendon, 


25,000 




Farmers' Bank of N. C, 


10,000 




Do. do.. 


10,000 




Sundry persons, principal of State Re- 






gistered Bonds, 


12,500 




Drury King, Superintendent of the Capi- 






tol, his 1st quarter's salary for 1862, 


65 




D. W. Courts, Public Treasurer, his 1st 






quarter's salary for 1862, 


500 




W. R. Richardson, Chief Clerk 1;o Public 






Treasurer, his 1st quarter's salary for 






1862, 


300 




B. W. Starke, Assistant Clerk to Public 






Treasurer, his 1st quarter's salary for 






1862, 


187 




0. H. Perry, for services in Treasury De- 






partment, 


91 




For sundry dispatches sent and received 






during March, 1862, 


54 




Drury King, for payment of servant hire 






at the Capitol from Jan. 1 to April 1, 






1862, 


45 




R. F. Jones, for services in Treasury De- 






partment, 


15 




R. F. Jones, " " " 


26 




J. J. Lansdell, " " _ " 


50 




Southern Express Company, freight on 






package. 


5 




T. E. Steele, for services in Treasury De- 






partment, 


30 




L. S. Perry, " " " 


70 




S. L. Hayraan, " /' _ 


20 




Southern Express Company, freight on 






1 package. 


2 



50 



50 
80 
26 



m 

50 



10 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



Yea)^ ending Sept. SOth, 1862. 



u 


« 


u 


(( 


u 


u 



S. L. Hajman, for services in Treasury 

Department, 
Southern Express Company, freight on 

packages, 
J. J. Lansdell, for servjces in Treasury 

Department, 
S, L. Hayman, for" services in Treasury 

Department, 
Southern Express Company, freight on 

package, 
T. E. Steele, for services in Treas. Dep't, 
J. D. Primrose, " " " 

R. F. Jones, " " " 

J. J. Lansdell, " 

S. L. Hayman, " 

[R. F. Jones, " 

jSonthern Express Company, freight on 
j sundry packages, 
J. A. Lancaster & Son, Richmond, Ya., 

for Bank Note paper furnished the 

State, 
Henry Hardie, for services in Treasury 

Department, 
Mrs. E. Colburn, per order of Henry 

Hardie, on his account for services in 

Treasury Department, 
E. B. Drake & Son, for publishing in 

Iredell Express, Governor's proclama- 
tion calling for volunteers, 
'C. B. Root, for tin box for Treasurer's of- 
fice, 
For 1 telegraphic dispatch to Goldsboro', 

N. a, 

Briggs & Dodd, for work done in Treas- 
urer's office, 

Briggs & Dodd, for making and deliver- 
ing 45 boxes to Secretary of State, 

jH. Utley, expenses to Lincolnton, N. C, 
on business for the State, 

Neuse Manufacturing Company, for pa- 
per furnished the State, 

Dennis Heartt, for publishing in Hillsbo- 



7 
10 
50 
£0 

9 
20 
10 
25 
60 
10 

5 

16 

506 
75 

40 

10 
2 

19 



50 
50 



50 



75 

40 



90'50 

6 
126 



94 



Document "No. 8. 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 
April. 



May. 



ro' Eecorder, Governor's proclamation 
calling for volunteers, 

J. J. Lansdell, for envelopes fnrmshed 
Secretary of State, 

0. II. Perry, for services in Treasury de- 
partment, * 

J. L. Pennington, for publishing in Kew- 
bern Progress, Governor's proclama- 
tion calling for volunteers, 

John Spehnan, printing done for Treasu- 
ry department, 

J. A. Lancaster & Son, Hichmond, Va., 
for Bank Note Paper furnished the 
State, 

Taken up from Sundry persons at sundry 
times during this month. State Treasu- 
ry Notes, bearing interest at six per 
cent, per annum, and payable at the 
Public Treasury on or before the 1st 
day of January, 1865, issued by au- 
thority of an Ordinance of the Conven 
tion of N. C, passed and ratified the 
1st day of December, 1861, said notes 
being fundable in six per cent. State 
Coupon Bonds, 

Notes of the denomination of $100 

" " « " 60 

« a (( (( -j^Q 

Members of the Convention of N. C, ad- 
journed session, April and May, 1862, 
as follows : 

W. N. Edwards, Pres't "Warren 

T. A. Allison, 

P. A. Atkinson, 

Geo. E. Badger, 

D. W. Bagley, 

D. A. Barnes, 

L. W. Batchelor, 

W. S. Battle, 

L. K B. Battle, 

John Berry, 

A. M. Bogle, 



Co. 

Iredell " 

Pitt " 

Wake " 

Martin " 

Northampton " 
Halifax " 

Edgecombe " 
Nash " 

Orange " 

Alexander " 



% 



1862-63.] 



Document K"o. 8. 



95 



Year ending Sept. 30^A, 1S62. 



jBedford Brown, 
I J. II. I>ryson, 
'Thos. Buntino:, 
[R. A. Caldwell, 
Jas Calloway, 
J. S. Cannon, 
S. II. Christian, 
iJ. W. Cunningham, 
W. A. Darden, Jr., 
|R. P. Dick, 
Jas. Dickson, 
\R. Dillard, Jan. Ses 
R. Dilliard, Ap'l " 
;R. S. Donnell, 
JB. C. Douthitt, 
|M. Durham, 
iPeter Eller, 
iJ. E. Foster, 
A. G. Foster, 
jjno. A. Gilmer, 
: Ralph Gorrell, 
W. A. Graham, 
Geo. Green, 
J. H. Greenlee, 
IT. Y. Hamlin, 
JEben Hearne, 
|J. H. Headen, 
|W. W. Holden, 
jj. L. Holmes, 
H. M. Houston, 
Geo. Howard, Jr., 
S. X. Johnston, 
E. W. Jones, 
H. C. Jones, 

A. II. Joyce, 
Neill Kehy, 

B. A. Kittrell, 
J. A. Leak, 
W. F. Leak, 

D. McD. Lindsay, 
W. J. Long, 
T. B. Lyon, 



Caswell 


u 


Cherokee 


u 


Sampson 


u 


Itowan 


a 


Wilkes 


u 


Perquimans 


(C 


Montgomery 


(( 


Person 


a 


Greene 


(< 


Guilford 


<( 


Duplin 


'(; 


Chowan 


(( 


u 


(( 


Beaufort 


(( 


Davidson 


(( 


Rutherford 


C( 


Wilkes 


(( 


Ashe 


(( 


Randolph 


u 


Guilford 


(( 


u 


(( 


Orange 


(( 


Craven 


(( 


McDowell 


(( 


Surry 

Stanly 

Chatham 




Wake 


u 


KewHanove 


r" 


LTnion 


u 


Edgecombe 


(( 


Gaston 


u 


Caldwell 


(( 


Rowan 


u 


Stokes 


(( 


Bladen 


(( 


Davidson 


u 


Anson 


cc 


Richmond 


(( 


Currituck 


(( 


Randolph 
Granville 


(( 
(( 



69 

147 

85 

S9 



40 



93|60 

mjio 

103 
67 
51 

82 

87 

100 



SO 



'4:0 



16 

100 

78 
116 
100 
110 

89 80 

85 



75 
74 
87 
85 
71 
83 
78 
69 
80 
106 
68 
81 
89 
83 
94 
76 
90 
98 
98 
80 
85 
29 



40 



SO 



80 

QO 

80 



60 

60 
60 



96 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Beportfor the Fiscal 



1862. 












April. 


E. L. Mann, 

John Manning^, Jr., 


Hyde 
Chatham 




$ 117 
63' 


20 
60 




J. 0. McDowell, 


Burke 


(( 


104 


40 




J. A. McDowell, 


Madison 


(( 


96 


60 




W. J. McDuffie, 


Cumberland 


(( 


81 






David McNeill, 


u 


u 


78 






A, S. McNeill, 


Harnett 


(( 


60 


40 




T. D. Meares, 


Brunswick 


(( 


86 


20 




Giles Mebane, 


Alamance 


u 


51 






L. J. Merritt, 


Chatham 


(( 


48 


60 




G. W. Michal, 


Rutherford 


(C 


104 






A. Mitchell, 


Iredell 


« 


100 






R. A. Moseley, 
A. Myers, 


Sampson 
Anson 




78 
107 


60 




J. W. Osborne, 


Mecklenburg 


(( 


85 






M. P. Penland, 


Yancey 


(( 


90 


20 




W. S. Pettigrew, 


Washington 


u 


78 


40 




Caleb Phifer, 


Cabarrus 


(( 


96 






Kenneth Rayner, 


Hertford 


(( 


94 


40 




J. T. Rhodes, 


Duplin 


(( 


85 






S. S. Royster, 


Granville 


(( 


60 






Thos. Ruffin, Sr., 


Alamance 


(( 


77 


60 




C. B. Sanders, 


Johnston 


u 


73 






F. B. Satterthwaite, 


Pitt 


u 


74 






D. Schenck, 


Lincoln 


i( 


111 


20 




George Setzer, 


Catawba 


(( 


101 


40 




W. M. Shipp, 


Henderson 


(C 


65 






R. H. Smith, 


Halifax 


u 


78 






W. A. Smith, 


Johnston 


a 


65 


60 




0. D. Smith, 


Macon 


a 


116 






R. K. Speed, 
S. B. Sprnill, 


Pasquotank 
Bertie 




114 
91 






Eli Spruill, 


Tyrrel 


u 


122 






D. H. Starbiick, 
Robert Strange, 


Forsyth 
New Hanover 




92 

69 


50 




J. M. Strong, 
G. V. Strong, 
J. C. Sutherland, 


Mecklenburg 

Wayne 

Robeson 


u 


77 
36 
88 


20 
80 
40 




C. R. Thomas, 


Carteret 


u 


95 


40 




E. A. Thompson, 

F. A. Thornton, 


Wayne 
Warren 




79 
83 






E. J. Warren, 


Beaufort 


(( 


79 


60 



iS62-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



97 



Year ending Sept. SOth, 1862. 



A. D. Williams, Franklin " 

J. p], Williamson, Caswell " 

T. J. Wilson, Forsyth " 

N. W. Wood fin, Buncombe " 

Ricliard Wooten, Columbus " 

iVV. J. T. Miller, Cleaveland " 

IW, L. Steele, Principal Secretary, 
iL. 0. Edwards, Assistant " 
J. H. Moore, Engrossing Clerk, 
W. R. Lovell, Principal Door Keeper, 
J. C. Moore, Assistant " 

D. King, " " 

[Rob't Towles, Temporary " 
JR. IL Page, Secretary of State, for copies 
of ordinances and resolutions of Con 
vention furnished Convention Printer, 
Public Treasurer and Adjutant Gene- 
ral, 
M. A. Curtis, Assistant State Geologist, 

his 1st quarter's salary for 1862, 
Sundry persons, interest on State Coupon 

Bonds of N. C, 
Sundry persons, interest on Coupon Bonds 
of Cape Fear & Deep River Naviga- 
tion Company, 
Sundry persons, interest on State Regis- 
tered Bonds, 
The following persons, interest on N. C. 

Treasury Kotes, as follows: 
C. Dewey, 
JGeo. W. Mordecai, 
C. Dewey, 

Do., 
•Geo. W. Mordecai, 

David Settle, interest on Bonds of Fay- 
ette ville & Western Plank Road Co., 
J. L. Bailey, Judge Superior Courts, for 
holding Court of Oyer and Terminer 
in Haywood County, 
jA. S. Merrimon, for attending as Solici- 
tor for the State at the Court of Oyer 
and Terminer in TInywood County, I 
Doc. No. 8.] 7 



64 

77 

89 

92 

90 

86 

100 

148 

111 

58 

104 

104 

20 



72 
125 



11,853 



50 



40 



40 

50 
50 



150 

277 



3 

39 

2 

3 

2 

160 



90 



20 



50 



44 



23 

67 
66 

28 
50 



98 



Document ITo. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



R. R. Heath, Judge Superior Courts, part 
of salary for 1862, 

|0. G. J^ai-slej, per order of J. M. Worth, 
State Salt Commissioner, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that Department, 

Mrs. M. A. E. Ramsay, for services of her 
son Wm. H. Ramsay, as messenger of 
the Board of Claims for 34 days, 

F. Nash, his compensstion as Clerk to 
Board of Claims for 25 days, 

Dr. Charles E. Johnson, Surgeon Gene- 
ral of N, C, for the use of that De- 
partment, 

H. A. Bagg, for Commissioners of the 
town of Wilmington, being part of 
proceeds of sale of Confederate Bonds 
deposited with Gov. Clark for Coast 
Defences, 

Capt. Jas, Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use of 
the Quarter Master's department. 

Dr. Cha's E. Johnson, Surgeon General of 
N. C, for the use of that department, 

Capt. C. W. Garett, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's department. 

Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 

Tappey & Lumsden, per order of J. M 
Worth, State Salt Commissioner, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance depart- 
ment, for the purchase of ordnance, ord 
nance stores and supplies, 

Major John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's depart 
ment, 

Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance depart 
ment, for the purchase of ordnance, ord- 
nance stores and supplies, 

Jesse Walker, for two mules, wagon and 
harness, furnished State Salt Works, 



44 



50 



975 

2,040 
50,000 

25 

100 

3,000 



15,209 50 
50,000 

2,500 

5,000 

50,000 

621 



30,000 

2,500 
50,000 

20,000 

350 



i& 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



99 



Year ending Sept. ZOth, 1862. 



18(jii. 
May. 



0. Dewey, Cashier, per order of J. M. 
"Worth, State Salt Commissioner, 

Joseph Gr. Godfrey, Quarter Master and 
Commissar}'', &c., expenses incurred in 
calhng out the MiUtia iu the eastern 
part of the State, 

Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the 
use of that department, 

A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance depart- 
ment, for thepurchase of ordnance, ord- 
nance stores and suppHes, 

Capt. M. A. Bledsoe, A. Q. M,, for the use 
of the Quarter Master's department, 

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the 
use of the Quarter Master's depart- 
ment, 

Marcus Irwin, Major 2d I^. C. Battalion, 
• for expenses in suppressing rebellion in 
the mountains, 

F. Nash, Clerk to Board of Claims, his 
compensation for 31 days, including 
May 31st, 1863, 

Mrs. M. A. E. Ramsay, for services of heri 
son Wm. H. Ramsay, as messenger to 
the Board of Claims for 25 days, j 

J. M. AVorth, State Salt Commissioner, 
on account of appropriation for the 
manufacture of salt, 

C. Dewey, Cashier, per order of J. M. 
Worth, State Salt Commissioner, 

Sundry persons, &c., under an Ordinance 
of the Convention in favor of Claims, 
allowed by Boards of Claims, as fol- 
lows : 

Dozier & Co., 

Miller & Foster, 

Commissioners of the Town of "Wilming- 
ton, per 11. A. Bagg, Treasurer, 

E. G. Clark, 

•D. Pender, & Co., 

S. R. Bunting, 

|J, F, Post, 



$ 818 

2,856 
50,000 

30,000 
25,000 

15,000 

1,304 

124 

18 

2,000 
400 



27 



61 



91 



342 

8,447 

50 

101 

7 

37 



75 



5|39 
28 



^0 
25 
47 
12 
52f 



100 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller'' 8 Eejportfor the Fiscal 



1862. 








May. 


L. H. Bowden, 


$ 37 


52| 




W. T. J. Vann, 


37 


52| 




T. H. Nichols, 


37 


52| 




T. E. Lawrence, 


37 


52f 




D. E. Bunting, 


37 


52| 




T. J. Sutherland, 


37 


52| 




Sam'l Shepard, 


37 


52| 




W. P. Elliott, 


37 


52| 




T. C. Moore, 


37 


521 




D. K. K. Averett, 


37 


52| 




H. A. Martindale, 


37 


52| 




S. A. Story, 


37 


52f 




J. W. Lippetfc, 


37 


52| 




J. W. Zimmerman, 


37 


52| 




R. J. Howard, 


37 


52f 




S. K. Saunders, 


390 






McNair, Bro. & Co., 


137 


50 




J. A. Bryan, 


25 






Wm. A- Darden, Jr., 


109 


85 




Richard H. Smith, 


60 






S. C. Bryson, 


745 


23 




Ashe County, per J. E. Foster, 


1,181 


80 




Henderson County, per W. M. Shipp, 


2,270 


75 




J. P. Flannaghan, 


12 






J. H. Dalton, 


20 






Iredell County, per A. Mitchell, 


50 






Alleghany " " A, B. McMillan, 


1,378 






Alamance " « Tho's Ruffin, 


3,227 


85 




Wilson County, per Jas. W. Davis, 


3,689 






Haywood « " R. G. A. Love, 


620 






T. Y. Haskins, 


100 






Caleb Winslow, 


147 


50 




E. L. Carter, 


43 


24 




Forsyth County, per A. S. Pfohl, 


7,578 


19 




J. A. Wright, 


37 


52 




J. H. Wooster, 


37 


52 




Rutherford County, per W. H. Miller, 


4,371 


82 




J. M. Israel, 


223 


01 




Anson County, per S. W.^Cole, 


7,721 


82 




Kahnweiler & Bros., 


326 






Virginia E. Johnson, 


75 






Jos. Commander, 


78 





lS62-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



101 



Tear ending Sept. ZOth, 1862. 



1862. 








Maj'^. 


B. H. Merrimon, 


% 300 


99 




R. S. Alexander, 


33 


03 




Chas. Green, 


57 






Columbus County, per J. A. Maultsby, 


6,633 


51 


1 


Jos. S. Norman, 


33 






W. F. & T. J. Strayhorn, 


29 


82 




W. H. & K. S. Tucker, 


157 


52 




H. L. Evans, 


62 


74 




J. W. McDaniel, AdmV, 


18 


20 




Worth & Daniel, 


37 


64 




McGee & Williams, under resolution of 








General Assembly in favor of claims 








allowed by Board of Claims, 


11 


25 




Sundry Banks, &c., of N. C, interest on 








temporary loans to meet liabilities of the 








State, as follows: 








Bank of Clarendon, 


2,825 






Do., 


50 






Greensboro' Mutual Life Insurance and 








Trust Co., 


86 


60 




C. W. Garrett, 


60 






Hillsboro' Savings Institution, 


66 


88 




Bank of North Carolina, 


12,333 


40 




Bank of Charlotte, 


692 


05 




Bank of North Carolina, 


6,033 


30 




Bank of Fayette ville, 


631 


50 




Do., do., 


45 


20 




Do., do., 


102 


75 




Do., do.. 


2,950 


70 




Greensboro' Mutual Life Insurance and 








Trust Company, 


10 






Greensboro' Mutual Life Insurance and 








Trust Company, 


340 






Daniel Tucker, of Lincoln County, a pen- 








sion for 1862, under resolution of Gen- 








eral Assembly, 
Geo. T. Cooke, Post Master, Raleigh, 
postage account of Comptroller's De- 


40 






partment, 


4 


05 




Geo. T. Cooke, P. M., &c., postage stamps 








furnished Treasurer's office. 


5 






iJohn Spelman, for publishing in State 







102 



Document No. 8. 



[SessioH 



Com^roller's Beportfor the Fiscal 



Joii]-nal Comptroller's Annual Report 
for fiscal year endinp^ Sept. 30th, 1861, 
and printing sundry circulars for 
Comptroller'^s Department, 

W, W. Hold en, for publishing in N. C. 
Standard, Comptroller's Annual Re- 
port for fiscal year ending Sept. 30th, 
1861, 

W. W. Holden, for publishing in IST. C. 
Standard Ordinances and Besolutions 
of Convention of N. C, adjourned ses- 
sion, Jan. and Feb., 1862, 

Sundry Banks, &c., of JST. C., temporary 
loans from said Banks, &e., to meet lia- 
bilities of the State, as follows : 

Bank of Clauendon, 
Do. do.. 

Do. do., 

Greensboro' Mutual Life Insuiance and 
Trust Company, 

Bank of Clarendon, 

0. W. Garrett, 

Hillsboro' Savings Institution, 

Bank of North Carolina, 

Bank of Charlotte, 

Bank of North Carolina, 

Bank of Fayetteville, 

Hillsboro' Savings Institution, 

Bank of Fayetteville, 
Do. do., Principal $25,000, dis. off 

$12 33, 

Bank of Fayetteville, 
Do. do., 

Greensboro' Mutual Life Insurance and 
Trust Company, 

Greensboro' Mutual Life Insurance and 
Trust Company, 

Sundry persons, principal of State Regis- 
tered Bonds, as follows: 

jFrances Iredell, for 3 bonds of $1000 each 

Mildred C. Cameron, 5 do. " $1000 " 

Alice RufKn, 1 do. 

Thos. Ruffin, 3 do. " $1000 " 



250 2 



225 



08 6T 



25,000 
50,000 
25,000 

10,000 

25,000 

5,000 

3,750 

200,000 

20,000 
100,000 

50,000 
6,000 

26,000 

24,987 
25,C00 
50,000 

10,000 

20,000 



3,000 
5,000 
1,000 
3,000 



6T 



lS62-'63.] 



Document iSTo. 8. 



10c 



Tear ending Sept. 30th, 1862. 



1862. 
May. 



Taken up from sundry persons at sundry 
times during this montli, State Treas- 
ury Notes bearing interest at six per 
cent, per annum,, and payable at the 
Pubhc Treasury on or before the 1st 
day of January, 1865 ; issued by au- 
thority of an Ordinance of the Con- 
vention of N. C, passed and ratitied 
tlie 1st day of December, 1861, saidj 
Notes being fundable in six per cent 
State Coupon Bonds : 

jNotes of the denomination of $100 

" " " " " I 10 I 

iJ. D. Primrose, for services in Treasury 

Department, 
F. H, Dewey, for services in Treasury 

Department, 
Henry Hart, for bank note paper fur- 
nished the State, 

Jno. A. Lancaster & Son, Richmond, Va., 
for bank note paper furnished the State, 
Mrs. A. D. Roberts, for envelopes fur- 
nished Secretary of State, 
J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury 
1 Department, 

[L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury De- 
I parttnt'ut, 

Southein Express Company, freight on 
I box and package, 

jT. E. Steele, for services in Treasury De- 
j partment, 

W. W. Holden, for publishing in N. C. 
Standard, sundry proclamations of the 
i Governor, 

|R. Jones, for services in Treasury Dep't, 
jL. S. Perry, " " " " 

ij. D. Primrose, " " " " 

jHenry Hardie, " " " " 

tJas. 11. Moore, on account of expenses to 
I New Orleans on business for the Treas- 
ury Department, I 



2,000 

1,000 

70 

15 

10 

Y98 

701 

18 

50 

115 

4 

25 

12 
10 
37 
10 

76 



<o 

75 

25 

80 



50:65 



104 



Document ISTo. 8. 



[Session 



ComptroUeifh Report for the Fiscal 



J. D. Primrose, for services in Treasury 

Department, 
J. W. Albertson, on account of expenses 

SoutL, on business for Treasury De- 
partment, 
Andrew Syme, for services in Treasury 

Department, 
Sundry telegraphic dispatches sent and 

received, on pubhc business, during 

April, 18G3, 
R. F. Jones, for services in Treas. Dep't, 
J. J. Lansdell, " " " ^ " 
Southern Express Company, freight on 

package, 
W. G. S'trickland, for 29^ cords of wood 

furnished the State, 
H. D. Turner, for articles furnished the 

Convention, 
DeCarteret & Armstrong, for putting up 

sundry documents for Convention, 

D. C. Murray, for 1 ball of twine, 

E. S. Blackwood, for services in Treasury 
Department, 

Andrew Syme, for services in Treasury 

Department, 
Southern Express Company, freight on 

package, 
Mrs. E. Colburn, per order of Henry 

Hardie, on his account for services in 

Treasury Department, 
J. D. Primrose, for services in Treasury 

Department, 
Jas. McKimmon, for candles furnished 

the State, 

J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treas. Dep't, 
O. H Perry, " 

F.H.Dewey, " " " 

Expenses of meeting of Board of Inter- 
nal Improvements, June 17, 1802, 
D. W. Bain, Clerk to Comptroller of 

State, his 2d quarter's salary for 1862. 
The following Sheriffs, for making re- 



20 

285 
6 

47 
43 
50 

3 

114 

3 

82 

33 
10 



40 



95 

25 

85 
25 



97 


26 


15 




154 




50 




200 




5 




37 


10 


187 


50 



75 



lS62-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



105 



Year ending Septcmher 30th, 1862. 



turns of Congressional election in their 

respective counties, in Nov. 1861: 
tl. H. Davidson, Sheriff' Cherokee Co., 
Elias Carr, " Greene " 

Elias Carr, Sheriff" Greene County, for 

making returns of Convention election 

in Feb. 1861, 
Sundry members of the Convention of N. 

C, April and May session- 1862, as 
\ follows : 

Kemp P. Battle, Wake County, 
:Robt. Strange, New Hanover, 
jJno. P. Fuller, Robeson, 
jHenry T. Clark, Governor of N. C, his 
j 2d quarter's salary for 1SG2, 
W. E. Andei'son, Treasurer Insane Asy- 
lum of N. C, on account of said 

Asylum, 
Sundry persons, interest on State Coupon 

Bonds of N. C, 
jSundry Banks, etc., of N. C, interest on 

State loans, as follows : 
Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Salem, 

« " . " Salisbury, 

Bank of Clarendon, 

jBranch Bank of Cape Fear, Greensboro', 
Bank of Yanceyville, int. and discount, 
Bank of "Washington, Int. & Discount, 
Commercial Bank of Wilmington, Int. 

and Discount, 
Branch Bank of Lexington, Graham, 

Hillsboro' Savings Institution, 
Branch Bank Cape Fear, Greensboro', 

Bank of Commerce, Newbern, 

Sundry persons, interest on Treasury 

Notes of N. C. 
Administrator of Geo. Bower, deceased 

interest on State Registered Bonds, 
R. M. Pearson, Chief Justice Supreme 

Court, his 2d quarter's salary for 1862, 



832 
7 83 



16 



50 



30 



54 

21 
36 

750 



3,000 
3,255 

1,800 
1,800 
3,808 
910 
4,435 
5,70416 

3,26414 

1,226J67 

386i67 

6854 

8750 

1,855 

44666 

10109 

2316 

625 



106 



Document l^o. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller^^ Report for the Fiscal 



J. W. Osborne, Judge Superior Courts, 
his 1st half year's salary for 18G2, 

R. M. Saunders, Judge Superior Courts, 
his 1st half year's salaiy for 1802, 

E. B. Freeman, Clerk Supreme Court at 
Raleigh, as follows: 
His 1st half year's salary for 1862, 
Expenses of advertising, 

Jas. JR. Dodge, Clerk Supreme Court at 
Morgan ton, as follows : 
His year's salary ending June, 1862, 
For recording 429 pages at 30 cts., 

Capt. W. W. Peirce, A. Q. M., for the 
use of Quarter Master's department, 

S. W. Davis, Pres't N". C, Powder Man- 
ufacturing Company, last instalment 
under act incorporating said Co., pass- 
ed Sept. 5th, 1861, 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 
of the Quarter Master's department, | 

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use ofj 
Subsistence department, 

Waterhouse & Bowes, underact of Gene-: 
ral Assembly of N. C, on account of! 
Powder Mill, 

W.E. Anderson, per order of J. M.Worth, 
St^e Salt Commissioner, 

J. W. Derr, per order of J.M.Worth, State 
Salt Commissioner, i 

Dr. Chas. E. Johnson, Surgeon General: 
of N. C, for the use of the Medical de-j 
partment, l 

Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the' 
use of the Quarter Master's depart-] 
ment, 

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master N". C. T., 
for the use of that department, 

W. M. Black, per order of J. M. Worth, 
State Salt Commissioner, 

Waterhouse & Bowes, under act of Gene- 
ral Assembly of JST. C, on account of 
Powder Mills, 



975 
975 



150 
5 



300 

128 

20,000 

2,500 
20,000 
10,000 

3,000 

906 

4,968 

20,000 

20,000 

50,000 

237 



4,000 



70 



86 



43 



1862-'63.] 



Document j.'^j. 8. 



107 



Fear ending Sept. 30/A, 1862. 



1862. !i 

June. Capt. W. W. Pierce, A. Q. M., for tlie use 

of the Quarter Master's departmeut, 
Hart & Bailey, per order of J. M. Worth, 

State Salt Commissioner, 
Capt. Jas. Sloan, A. Q. M., for tlie use of 

the Quarter Master's department, 
_Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of the 

Subsistence department, 
'A. "W". Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance depart- 
ment, for the purchase of ordnance, 

ordnance stores and supplies. 
W". E. Anderson, per order of J. M 

Worth, State Salt Commissioner, 
;Jesse Kemp, for services as Watchman 

of Telegraph line from Goldsboro' to 

Kinston, 
;Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master K C. T., 

for the use of that department, 
Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 
j: of the Quarter Master's department, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master N. C. T.,| 

for the use of that department, | 

Sundry persons, under Ordinances ofj 

tiie Convention, in favor of claims 

allowed by Board of Claims, as follows :'■ 
M. IL Vaughan, 
Benj. M. Walker, 
;Wm. R. Blanchard & Co., 
James Wilson, 

Montgomery County, per JSTeill Gillis, 
Caldwell, " " E. W. Jones, 

R.D.Williams, 

Washington Co., per W. E. Anderson, 
i Pitt '• " L. P. Beardsly, 

iA. S. Crowson, 
W. W. Ilapper, 
:Philip Sale, 
iJoseph Barham, 
,R. C. Coker, 
Jolin Yancey & Son, 
iMcIntiro & Brown, 
Mecklenburg Co., per J. II, Wilson, 



47 
76 



'$ 20,000 

1,000 

50,000 

18,000 

40,000 
1,391 

117 

250,000 

20,000 

250,000 



100 
14r. 

282;4i 
2,97681) 
1,20142 

968 
6,326;43 
67 
25 



7,361 

27 

11242 

25! 

7 

45 

960 

68126 

6,177l03 



51 



108 



Doc?- lENT ISTo. 8. [Session 

Comptroller''' s Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 
June. 



C. H. K. Taylor, 

W. S. "Webster, under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembl3% in favor of Claims, 

P. H. Winston, Jr., his 2d quarter's salary 
for 1862, as a member of the Board of 
Claims, 

B. F. Moore, his 2d quarter's salary for 
1862, as a member of the Board of 
Claims, I 

George T. Cooke, Post Master, Raleigh, 
for postage stamps, 

John W. Syme, printing for State Con 
vention, April and May sessions, 1862 

Jno. "W". Syme, for publishing in Raleigl 
Register, Ordinances and Resolutions 
of State Convention, April and May 
sessions, 1862. 

W. H. Mitchell, being amount of taxes 
overpaid Sheriff Wake Co., in 1861. 

Elias Carr, former Sheriff Greene Co. 
being amount of State taxes overpaid 
by him in 1861, 

W. D. Patterson, for one certificate oi 
State Stock, No. 215, of $500, bearing 
interest at 6 per cent per annum, includ 
ing interest on the same, 

R. II. Page, Secretary of State, his 2d 
quarter's salary for 1862, and $100 
additional for six months, under an 
Ordinance of the Convention of N. C, 
making his salary $1,000 for 1862, 

O. H. Perry, his 2d quarter's salary for 
1862, as State Librarian, and for ser- 
vices to Cabinet of Minerals, 

Sundry Banks of N. C, temporary loans 
to meet liabilities of the State, as 
follows : 

Branch Bank of Lexinston, Graham, 



Bank of Washington, 

u a 



1862-'C3.] 



Document No. 8. 



109 



Year ending September SOth, 1862. 



1862. 
June. 



Bank of Yanceyville, 

I it u 

Plillsboro' Savings Institution, 
jBranch Bank of Cape Fear, Greensboro', 
i Do., do., do., 

'Cornraercial Bank of Wilmington, 
I Do.. do., do., 

:Bank of Commerce, N^ewbern, 
^Administrator of Geo. Bower, deceased,^ 
j principal of 1 State Registered Bond, 
jDrury King, Superintendent of Capitol,; 
I his 2d quarter's salary for 1862, i 

jD. "W. Courts, Public Treasurer, his 2dj 
! quarter's salary for 1862, and $250 ad-j 
I ditional lor 6 months, under an Ordi-' 
I nance of the Convention of N. C, ma-l 
! king his salary for 1862 $2,500, \ 

|W. R Richardson, Chief Clerk to Public! 
Treasurer, his 2d quarter's salary fori 
I 1862, j 

jB. W. Starke, Assistant Clerk to Public' 
Treasurer, his 2d quarter's salary for' 
1862, ! 

■Taken up from sundry persons at sundry! 
[ times during this month, State Treasury: 
j I^otes bearing interest at six j'^cr cent.\ 
per annum, and payable at the Public 
Treasury on or belore the 1st day of 
January, 1865 ; issued by authority of 
an Ordinance of the Convention of N.' 
C, passed and ratified the 1st day of 
December, 1861, said Notes beipg fund- 
able in six per cent. State Coupon 
Bonds : 
Xotes of the denomination of $100, 
Do., do., do., 50, 

Sheriffs for makinf' returns of Presiden- 

tial election m jSov., 1861, 
Sundry persons, for services in Treasury 
i Department, as follows : 
R. F. Jones, 
" H. Dewey, 



40,000 
10,000 
3,750 
25,000 
30,000 
30,000 
35.000 
20,000 

1,000 

65 



750 
300 



18 



4,000 
7,950 



50 
6U 



50 



110 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 
June. 



IL. S. Perry, 
J. J. Lansdell, 
T. E. Steele, 
Andrew Sjme, 
J. D. Primrose, 
R. M. Jones, 
Henry ilardie, 
E. S. Blackwood, 

C. P. Mebane, freight on package to 
Lexington, 

J. W. Albertson, traveling expenses on 
business for Treasury Department, 

Southern Express Company, freight on 
sundry packages, 

W. T. Womble, for services in Comptrol- 
ler's Department, 

J. W. Alspaugh, tor publishing in West- 
ern Sentinel, sundry proclamations of 
Gov. Clark, 

De Carteret & Armstrong, for binding and 
lettering nevi^spapers for State Library, 

Sundry telegraphic dispatches, sent and 
received during May, 1862, 

DeCarteret & Armstrong, for binding 2 
Ileceipt Books for Treasury Depart- 
ment, 

P. S. Smith, for 167 feet lightning rod, 

Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Company, 
freight on box, 

T, W. Bornemann, for engraving and 
printing li. C. Treasury Notes, 

Henry liar^y, for ink furnished the State, 

D. King, for payment of servant's wages 
at Capitol, from 1st April, to 1st July. 
1862, ' '\ 

John W. Syme, for publishing in Raleighi 

Register, sundry proclamations of the 

Governor, 
John W. Syme, advertising in Raleigh 

Register for Treasur}^ department, 
Silas Burns & Co., repairing gate to Cap- 

tol Square, 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



Ill 



Yea/' ending Septemher SOik, 1862 



1862. 
June. 


Gaston Warren, trimming trees on Cap- 








itol Square, 


$ 22 


25 




C. AV. Fenton, for publishing in Wades- 








boro' Argus, proclamation of llie Go- 








vernor, 


G 






John A. Lancaster & Son, Richmond, 








Ya., for Bank note paper furnished the 






Tnlv 


State, 


1,500 




•J uiy, 


W. II. Hamilton, Superintendent of Cap- 








itol Square, his 2d quarter's salary for 








18G2, 


7b 






J. C. Washington, mileage and per diem 








as a member of the N. C. State Con 








vention, April and May session, 1862, 


69 






Expenses of meetino; of Council of State 








17th July, 1862, 


115 


60 




Pulaski Cowper, Private Secretary to 








Governor Clark, his 2d quarter's salary 








for 1862, 


75 




' 


D. B. Allen, clerk in Executive office, his 








2d quarter's salary for 1862, 


125 


10 




E. Emmons, Jr., Assistant State Geolo- 








gist, his 2d quarter's salary for 1862, 


375 






Sundry persons, interest on bonds of Fay- 








ette ville & Western Plank road Com- 








pany. 


2,265 






Sundry persons, mterest on State Coupon 








Bonds of X. C, 


21,567 






Sundry persons, interest on Coupon Bonds 








of Cape Fear & Deep Iliver Naviga- 








tion Company, 


2,670 






Geo. W. Haywood, interest on SRite Re- 








gistered Bonds, 


22 


50 




Charles Manly, Treasurer University of 








N. C, interest on State Registered 








Bonds, 


49 


02 




Sundry Banks of N. C, interest on State 








Loans, as follows : 








Bank of North Carolina, 


700 






a (c u 


6.100 






Farmer's Bank of N. C, Greensboro' In- 







112 



Document ITo. 8. 



[Sossion 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 
July. 



terest and Discount, 
jBranch Bank of Cape Fear, Wilmington, 
I Interest, 

iFarmers Bank of K. C, Greensboro', In- 
I terest and Discount, 
jSundry persons, interest on N. C. Treas- 
1 nry Notes, as follows : 
!J. G". Williams, 
|Jas. E. Hoyt, 
C. Dewey, Cashier, 
iHamlin Beattie, 
Emmet Cutlibert, 
M. E. Manly, Judge Supreme Court, bis 
I 2d quarter's salary for 1S62. 
jWm. H. Battle, Judge Supreme Court, 
I his 2d quarter's salary for 1862, 
John L. Bailey, Judge Superior Courts, 

his 1st half year's salary for 1862, 
Geo. Howard, Jr., Judge Superior Courts, 

his 1st half year's salary for 1862. 
P. H. Winston, Sr., Attorney General ^ro 

tem^ for attending June Term, 1862, 

Supreme Court, 
James Litchford, Marshal of Supreme 

Court, for 25 days services, June Term 

1862, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master N. C. T., 

for the use of that department, 
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master K C. T 

for the use of that department, 
Wm. II. Ramsa}', 24 days services as 

messenger of the Board of Claims, 
Oapt, C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 

of the Quarter Master's department, 
Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 

of the Quarter Master's department, 
James McKee, for services as temporary 

Secretary to Board of Claims, 
Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 

of Quarter Master's department, 
Capt. C. W. Garrett. A. O. M., for the use 

of the Quarter Master's Department, 



8,792 

8,700 
2,41972 



775 
3 



30 
129 

625 

625 

975 

975 

100 

50 

50,000 

500,000 

18 

50,000 

50,000 

25 

20,000 

100,000! 



32 



42 

73 

70 

32 



18G2-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



ii; 



Year ending September 3 th^ 1862. 



Waterhouse & Bowes, under an act of 
tlie General Assembly, on account of 
Powder Mill, 

N. W. AVoodtin, ap;ent for the purchase 
and manufacture of sali at fcJalt Works, 
in Virginia, 

S. F. Phillips, his 2d quarter's salary for 
1SG2, as a member of the Board of 
Claims, 

J. M. Worth, State Salt Commissioner, 
for tlie manufacture of salt. 

Sundry persons, under ordinance of the 
Convention in favor of Claims allowed 
by Board of Claims, as follows : 

iJohnston Co., balance per J. B. Beckwith, 

ij. W. Francis, 

J. Ludwick, 

Sarah A. Reid, 

J. R. Love, 

Jno. A. Whitford, 

F. <<c. H. Fries, 

E. G. Mangnm & Co., 

Martha Spears, of Harnett Count}^, a pen- 
sion for 1862, 

Geo. T. Cook, Post Master, Raleigh, pos- 
tage accounts of the several depart- 
ments in capitol as follows : j 

Comptroller's Department, j 

State " 

u u 

(Executive " 

Geo. W. Haywood, for one State Regis-i 

tered Bond, ' 

Chas. Manly, Treasurer of University of 

N. C, for 6 State Registered Bonds, 
Sundry Banks of N. C, temporary loans, 

to meet liabilities of the State as follows : 
Bank of North Carolina, j 

Farmers' Bank of N. C, Greensboro', 



Taken up from sundry persons at sundry 
Doc. No. 8.] 8 



8 5,000 

20,000 

500 
4,000 



1,162 
14 
3.5 

24 

713 

1,262 

108 

100 



93 

95 
20 



50 
55 
■^9 



15 

8 

104 

30 



1,000 



6,000 



100,000 

100,000 

20,000 

30,000 



88 
52 
46 
95 



114 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Rejport for the Fiscal 



times during this month, State Treas- 






ury Notes, bearing interest ^tQ per cent 






fer annum.^ and payable at the public 






Treasury on or before the 1st day of 






January, 1865 ; issued by authority of 






an ordinance of the Convention of N. 






C, passed and ratified tlie 1st day of 






December, 1S61, said notes being fun- 






dable in sivi per cent State Coupon 






l)onds: 






Notes of the denomination of $100, 


$ 28,500 




, « a U U U 1 5Q^ 


550 




" " " " " % 10, 


400 




Southern Express Company, freight on 






sundry packages. 


15 


05 


Sundry telegraphic dispatches sent and 






received during June, 1862, 


. 16 


50 


Sundry persons, for services in Treasury 


» 




Department, as follows: 






0. H. Perry, 


141 




:L. S. Perry, 


60 




iJ. D. Primrose, 


145 




T. E. Steele, 


10 




F. H. Dewey, 


25 




R. F. Jones, 


75 




Henry Hardie, 


300 




J. J. Lansdell, 


100 




E. S. Blackwood, 


30 




Andrew Syme, 


10 




R. M. Jones, 


202 


60 


E. L. Harding, for Bank Note paper fur- 






nished the State, 


984 


42 


Wm. Watson, repairing window blind 






in Treasurer's Office, 


1 




E. L. Harding, for Bond paper furnished 






the State, 


7 


92 


Wm. Watson, for repairing Venitian 






blinds in Commons Hall Library, 


4 




W. G. Strickland, for 3f cords of wood 






1 furnished the State, 


U 


73 


Pulaski Cowper, Private Secretary, for 






sealing 419 State Bonds, 


41 


90 



l€62-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



115 



l^ear ending Sej)temher 30th, 1862. 



R. Jones, for running blockade at New 
Orleans with Bonds and Treasury Notes 
for the State, 

R. Jones, expenses in bringing package 

[ from New Orleans, 

John Spehnan, for printing and advertis- 
ing for Adjutant General's office, 

Jas. L. Emery, for trimming trees on Cap- 
tol Square, 

C. H. Brogden, Qpmptroller of N. C 
his 4th quarter's salary for 1861, and Ist 
quarter's salary for 1862, 

0. H. Brogden, Comptroller, &c., his 2d 
quartern's salary for 1862, including 
$250 additional for six months under 
an Ordinance of the Convention mak- 
ing his salary for 1862, §1,500, 

Sundry sheriffs, for making returns of 
Congressional election in Nov. 1861, 

Expenses of meeting of Council of State, 
August 1st, 1862, 

Charles Kuester, repairs on furniture in 
Executive Mansion, 

Sundry sheriffs, for making returns of the 
election for Governor in August, 1862, 

Sundry persons, interest on State Coupon 
Bonds of N. C, 

Sundry persons, interest on Coupon Bonds 
of Cape Fear and Deep River Naviga 
tion Company, 

W". E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy- 
lum of N. C, on account of said 
Asylum, 

Sundry Banks of N. C, interest on State 
Loans, as follows : 
Bank of Wadesbofo'', 



" " " Discount, 

Commercial Bank of Wilmington, Inter- 
est and Discount, 
.Dank of Clarendon, 



500| 

41850 
18 

e 

500 



500 

49 

151 

23 

240 

65,100 

915 

■9,G00! 



16 



4<:> 



^2,493 

2,706 

600 

3,171 

2,649 
1,520 



34 

66 



8T 
83. 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 








Aug. 


Bank of Clarendon, 


3,200 






Sundry persons, interest on State Regis- 








tered Bonds, 


195 






Thos. Ruffin, interest on bonds of Fay- 








etteville «fe Western Plankroad Com- 








pany, 


90 






Sundry persons, interest on N. C. Treasu- 








ry Notes, as follows :• 








J. J. Blackwood, Pro's, &c., 


46 


ID 




W, E. Anderson, 


36 


72 




C. Dewey, Cashier, 


1 


63 




u ■ a 


4 


74 




John G, "Williams & Co.,- 


4 


20 




C. Dewey, 


33 


29 




W. H. Jones, Cashier, 


165 


58 




W. J. Baker 


75 


01 




R. S. French, Judge Superior Courts, his 








1st half year's salary for 1862, 


975 






Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 








of the Quarter Master''s department. 


20,000 






r. D. Hogg, Capt. Ordnance, for the use of 








that department, 


5,000 






T. D. Hogg, Capt. Ordnance, for the use 








of that department, 


10,000 






Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the 








use of the Quarter Master's depart- 








ment, 


40,000 






T. D. Hogg, Capt. Ordnance, for the use 








of that department. 


13,850 






T. D. Hogg, Capt. Ordnance, for the use 








of that department. 


10,000 






T. D. Hogg, Capt. Ordnance, for the use 








of that department. 


25,000 






Capt. Jas. Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use of 








the Quarter Master's department, 


60,000 






Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, N. C. T., 








for the use of that department. 


10,000 






Wm. H. Eamsay, 25 days services, as 








messenger of the Board of Claims, 


18 


75 




Wm. H. Ramsay, for services as messen- 








ger of the Board of Claims during Au- 








gust, 1862, 


23 


25 



1S62-'G3.] 



Document Ko. 8. 



117 



Year ending September ZOih, 1862. 



18ti2. 
An 2. 



jSundry persons, under an Ordinance of the 
Convention ofN. C, in favor of claims, 
allowed by Board of Claims, as follows: 

John. A. Graves, 

Xew Hanover Co., per W. II. Jones, 

Jas Cassiday, 

Guilford County, per Jed. H. Lindsey, 

F, G. Pitt, 

C. H. Burgin, 

D. C. Murray, 

F. ]S"ash, his compensation as Secretary 
to the Board of Claims for 35 days, end- 
ing 23d August, 1802, 

Geo. Credle, sheriff Hyde Co., for making 
returns of Presidential election in Nov. 
1861, I 

J. E. Robinson, sheriff Catawba Co., for 
making returns of Pi-esidential election! 
in Nov., 1861, , j 

W. P. Hadley, being amount of State tax 
overpaid by him to Sheriff of Chatham 
county, in 1861, 

John Spelman, for printing N. C, Treas- 
ury Notes, and advertising in State 
Journal for Public Treasurer, 

Joh.n W. Syme, printing Ordinances and 
Repolntions of State Convention, April 
and ]\I:iy session, 1862, 

Sund] y Sheriffs, for settling State taxes in 
August, 1802, as follows: 

"West Massey, former Tax Collector John- 
ston County, additional, 

A. II. Hassell, Sheriff Bertie Co., 

;S. M. Warren, Tax Col. Wilson 

Sheriff Duplin " 

" Wilson " 
u 



Thos. J. Carr, 
J. T. Barnes, 
J. W. Steed, 
Wm. Haymore, 
Geo. Credle, 
J. E. Robinson, 
R. J. W. Beamen, 
R. M. Jones, 



Randolph 

Surry 

Hyde 

Catawba 

Greene 

Orange 



118 



Document 'No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Rejportfor the Fiscal 



Tax Col 
Sheriff 



Sheriff Richmond Co., 
" Yadkin " 
" Lincoln " 
Meckl'nb'g " 
Nash " 

Yancey " 
Tin ion " 

Davidson " 



State, as fol 



J. A, Loni^, 
W. W. Long, 
L. H. Lowranee, 
A.. B. Downs, 
N". W. Cooper, 
\Y. W. Proffitt, 

C. Austin, 

D. Loften, 

M. Spainhower, Tax Col. Burke 
R.Hamilton, Sheriff Trans'! v'n a '-^ 
Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of the 

Senatorial elections in August, 1862, 
Sundry Banks of N. C, temporary loans 
to meet liabilities of the 
lows :' 
Bank of Wadesboro', 
Do., do.. 

Do., do., 

Bank of Clarendon, 

Do., do.. 

Commercial Bank of Wilmington, 
Elillsboro' Savings Institution, 

E. J. Hale & Sons, Vols. 94 and 95 Eng- 
lish Common Law Reports furnished 
State Library, 

Sundry persons, for services in Treasury 

Department, as follows : 
O. H. Perry, 
L. S. Perry, 
J. J. Lansdell^ 
T. E. Steele, 

F. H. Dewe}^ 
J. D. Primrose, 
Andrew Syme,- 
Henry Hardie, 
R. F. Jones, 

J. W. Albertson, 

Sundry telegraphic dispatches, sent and 

received during July, 1862, 
Southern Express Co., freight «m sundry 

packages and boxes, 
Charles- Kuester, repairs done in and 

about Capitol, 



16 
21 
32 
27 
16 
37 
29 
18 
32 
45 

56 



40,000 
40,000 
20,000 
25,000 
50,000 
35,000 
3,750 



257 

155 

120 

30 

40 

10 

70 

200 

10 

1,000 

15 



33 
67 
32 



m 

67 

32 
66 

23 



75 



60 



212 
123 



33 

5 

50 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



119 



Year ending September 30^A, 1862. 



W. J. Lougee, under resolution of Gen- 
eral Assembly, 2d extra session, 1861, 

W. J. Yates, publishing in "Western Dem 
oerat, sundry- proclamations of Gov. 
Clark, 

Geo. T. Cooke, Post Master, Raleigh, for 

I 100 postage stamps, 

J. T. Patterson & Co., Augusta, Ga., 

Srinting and engraving N. C. Treasury 
'otes, 

\V. T. Womble, for services in Comptrol- 
ler's Department, 

Keatings 6c Ball, Columbia, S. C, for 

I 2,000 sheets bond paper furnished the 

I State, 

Jno. A. Lancaster & Son, Richmond, Ya., 
freight on bonds. 

Taken up from sundry persons at sundry 
times during this month. State Treasu- 
ry Notes, bearing interest at Q jjer cent. 
per annum,, and payable at the Public 
Treasury on or belore the 1st day of 
January, 1865, issued by authority of 
an ordinance of the Convention of N. 
C, passed and ratified the 1st day of 
December, 1861, said notes being fund- 
able in six per cent. State Coupon bonds : 

Notes of the denomination of $100, j 

" " " •' $ 50, I 

" " " " $ 10, j 

John A. Lancaster ife Son, Richmond,' 
Va., commissions for selling bonds of i 
the State of N. C, to pay the State's! 
quota of tax due Confederate Govern-| 
ment, 

J. C. Elmore; Treasurer Confederate 
States, North-Carolina's quota of tax 
due Confederate Government, 

Sundry Sherilfs, for making returns of; 
Congressional election in Nov., 1861, 

Henry T. Clark, Governor of North Caro- 
lina, his salary for 3d quarter, to Sept. 
8th, 1862, 



40 



18 



4,000 



50 



450 



50 



8,400 
350 
410 



3,28625 

i 
I,400,000| 

25465 

I 
562150 



[20 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



Pulaski Cowper, Private Secretary, his 

salary for 3d quarter to Sept. 16, 1862 
D. B. Allen, Clerk in Executive Otiice, 

liis salary from July 1st to August 15, 

1862, 
R. H. Battle, Jr., Private Secretary to 

Gov. Yance, on account of salary for 

3d quarter, 1862, 
Sundry sheriffs, for making returns of 

election for Governor in Aug. 1862, 
Geo. Kernodle, interest on 8 per cent 

State Coupon Bonds, 
Sundry persons, interest on State Coupon 

Bonds of N. C, 
Sundry persons, interest on Coupon Bonds 

of Cape Fear and Deep liiver Naviga- 
tion Company, 
Farmers' Bank of Virginia, as interest on 

payments advanced to Confederate 

States by said Bank for ]S. C, 
Bank of Yirginia, as interest on payments 

advanced to Confederate States by said 

Bank for N. C, 
Sundry Banks of N. C, interest on State 

loans, as follows : 
Bank of Washington, 



" " " discount, 

Bank of Wilmington, int. and dis., 
Bank of Cape Fear, 

Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Fayetteville, 
Bank of North Carolina, 

Do. do., 

Asa Biggs, interest on State Registered 

Bonds, 
Sundry persons, interest on State Treasury 

Notes, as follows : 
T. McGeo, 

J. G. Williams & Co., 
IW. J. Murray, 



63 
62 

11 

780 

48,635 

630 

2,297 



U 



00 



86 



oa 



63 



2,320 55 



643 76 
4,70l!66 

375 
3,412 
4,537 
23,085j33 
2,02581 
2,400 
6,005j 

350110 



50 
50 



36 



4 
12 

4 



09 



OS 



l862-'63.] 



Document 'No. 8. 



121 



Year ending Sejytemher SO^A, 1862. 



W. F. Strayhorn, 
jj. M. Carson, 
Thos. Ruflhi, 
|W. n. Jones, Cashier, 

R. M. Pearson, Chief Justice Supreme 

Court, his 3d quarter's salary for 18G2, 
W. H. Battle, Judge Supreme Court, hie- 

3d quarter's salary for 1862, 
M. E. Manly, Judge Supreme Court, his 

3d Quarter's salary for 1862, 
Jas. L. Kerr, Solicitor pro tem,^ for one 

certificate from 6th Circuit, Fall 1862, 
H. A. Gilliam, Att'y General p'O /<^?/i, for 

3 certificates from 3d Circuit, Fall 1862, 
Capt. W. B. Gulick, Pay Master, for the 

use of that department, 
N. W. Woodfin, agent for the manufac- 
ture of salt at Salt Works, in Virginia. 
T. D. Hogg, Capt. Ordnance, for the use 
j of that department, 
jCapt. James Sloan, A. Q. M., for the use 

of the Quarter Master's Department, 
iT. D. Hogg, Capt. Ordnance for the use 

of that Department, 
iCapt. W. B. Gulick, Pay Master, for the 
j iise of that department, 
Capt. W. B. Gulick, Pay Master, for the 
j use of that department, 
Capt. W. B. Gulick, Pay Master, for the 
I use of that department, 
jT. D. Hogg, Capt. Ordnance, for the use 
I of that department, 
!Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the use 
I of the Quarter Master's department, 
ICapt. W. B. Gulick, A. Q. M., for the use 

of the Quarter Master's department, 
iCapt. T.D.Hogg, on acc't of Powder Mill, 
B. F. Moore, his 3d qr's salary for 1862, 

as a member of the Board ofClaims 
John Spelman, printing done for Adjutant 
1 General's department, 



428 

986 

1832 

3046 

9'20 



625 

625 

625 

20 

60: 

25,000 

15,000 

5,000 

100,000 

11,000 

50,00" 

100,000! 

50,0001 

25,000| 

100,000 

2,000 
8,000 



500j 
lliSO 



122 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 
Sept. 



Sundry persons, under an ordinance of tlie 
Convention in favor of Claims, allowed 
by Board of Claims, as follows : 

E. J. Hale & Sons, 

Jos. I-I. Neff, 

A. C. Tolson, 

Geo. T. Cooke, Post Master, Raleigh, pos- 
tage accounts of departments in capitol 
as follows : 

Executive department, 

Treasury " 

John Spelman, State Printer, printing 
done for 2d extra session General 
Assembly, 1861, 

John Spelman, printing for State depart- 
ment, 

John Spelman, printing done for Comp- 
troller's department, 

W. W. Holdcn, for pubhshing in N. C. 
Standard Ordinances and Resolutions 
of State Convention, April and May 
sessions, 1862, 

Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of an 
election of Electors for President and 
Vice ' President of the Confederate 
States, in Nov. 1861, 

John D. Keesee, Adm'r of C. Strader, 
dec'd, late Sheriff of Caswell County, 
being amount of errors, overcharges, in- 
solvents, &c., allowed him by the Coun- 
ty Court of Caswell, for sundry years, 

G. B. Threadgill, Sheriff of Anson Co., for 
59 insolvent polls, allowed him by the 
County Court of said County, for 1859, 

G. B. Threadgill, taxes refunded sundry 
persons under a resolution of the Gen- 
eral Assembly of N. C , 

Sundry Sheriff's, for making returns of 
the Senatorial election in August, 1862, 

Sundry Sheriff's, for settling State taxes 
for 1861, paj'-able in 1862, as follows: 

Joseph Cobb, Sheriff, Edgecombe Co., 



5 
160 

90 



19 

5 



1,M9 
22 
23 

75 

639 

486 

47 

37 
169 

10 



30 
38 



95 

73 
13 
75 



24 

10 

20 

45 

64 

67 



lS62-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



123 



l^eur ending September SOih, 1862. 



1862. 








"~~* 


Sept. 


R. B. Paschal, Sheriff Chatham 


Co., 


$ 10 


33 




W. F. Wasson, " Iredell 


i( 


23 


66 




J. L. Bundy, " Cabarrus 


u 


25 






W. II. Perkins, tax col. Pitt 


u 


19 


07 




K. II. Worthy, Sheriff, Moore 


u 


12 


07 


' 


R. V. Blackstock, tax col. Buncombe 


(( 


43 






J. R. Smith, tax col. Wayue 


u 


11 






M. Masten, Sheriff, Forsyth 


u 


18 


74 




R. G. Tuttle, " Caldwell 


u 


29 


67 




W. A. Setzer, tax col, " 


u 


20 


67 




R. P. Melvin, Sheriff, Bladen 


(( 


25 


95 




W. A. AValton, " Rowan 


(( 


20 


33 




W. J. Murray, " Alamance 


(< 


9 


66 




A. Carson, acting " Alexander 


i( 


27 






Jos. Lusk, " Gaston 


<( 


80 


46 




W. A. Meroney, " Davie 


(( 


21 


67 




J. G. Gray, Tax Col. Macon 


u 


43 






A. J. McBride, Sheriff Watauga 


u 


33 






A. H. Sanders, " Montgomery 


u 


23 






A. A. Wiseman, " Mitchell 


u 


37 


53 




Hector McNeill, " Cumberland 


u 


11 






J. B. Hare, " Hertford 


a 


23 






J. R. Grady, " Harnett 


(( 


9 


60 




J. L. Ward, " Polk 


(( 


40 


33 




J. M. Carson, " Ashe 


li 


32 


32 




|W. Plemmons, Tax Col. Haywood 


a 


49 


66 




JG. B. Threadgill, Sheriff' Anson 


u 


29 


66 




;Jos. Marshall, " Stanly 


(( 


25 






G. M. Green, " Cleaveland 


u 


33 






H H Sandlin, act'g " Onslow 


(( 


26 


33 




W. A. Philpott, " Granville 


u 


10 


33 




W. II. Smith, " Person 


u 


11 


03 




11. B. Deaver,TaxCol Madison 


u 


46 


32 




W.T. Crawford, Sheriff Martin 


(( 


21 


66 




J. C. Griffith, " Caswell 


(( 


11 


,92 




J. A. Gates, " Sampson 


(( 


15 


53 




Martin Walker, " Rutherford 


(( 


35 






Wm. Fields, " Lenoir 


(( 


13 


66 




Nathaniel Moody, " Stokes 


(( 


21 






C. A. Boon, " Guilford 


(( 


14 


20 




Walker Smith, " Rockingham 


li 


16 


66 




Watson Curtis, " Clay 


it 


67 


66 



124 



Document 'No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's JReportfor the Fiscal 



1862. 
Sept. 



Jesse Bledsoe, Sheriff Alleghany Co., 

E. A. Gupton, " Franklin " 
W. T. J. Yann, " Kew Hanover " 
Lewis Williamson, " Colmnbus " 
P. T. Massey, Tax Col. Johnston " 
Taken up from sundry persons at sundry 

times during this month, State Treasu- 
ry Notes, bearing interest at Q jjer cent 
per annmn^ and payable at the Public 
Treasur}^, on or before the 1st day of 
January, 1865, issued by authority of 
an Ordinance of the Convention of N. 
C, passed and ratified the 1st day of 
Dec, 1861, said JNotes being fundable 
in six per cent State Coupon Bonds: 
Notes of the denomination of $100 

u a a u ^Q 

« ki u u 20 

Sundry persons, for services in Treasury 

department, as follows : 
R. r. Jones, • 

Andrew Syrae, 

F. II. Dewey, 
J. J. Lansdell, 

J. AV. Albertson, 

L. S. Perrv, 

W. H. Dodd, 

E. S. Blackwood. 

J. D. Piimrose, 

S. II. Young, 

Harris & Howell, Wilmington, N. C, pa 
per purchased by them for the State, 

Geo. W. Mordecai, expenses to and trom 
Saltvillo, Ya., on business for the State. 

L. Y. Blum & Co., for publishing in 
Peoples' Press, Salem, proclamation of 
Gov. Clark, 

Southern Express Com., freight on sun- 
dry packages and boxes, 

W. H. High, Sheriff Wake County, 

R. M. Smith, " Wilkes 

N. R. Jones, " Warren " 



% 



29 

9 

20 

28 
7 



27 
87 
47 
80 



6,200 

1,200 

360 



63 

30 

55 

250 

500 

50 

175 

138 

15 

10 

7,935 

60 



153 

3 

27 

11 



65 



94 



55 



13 



53 



1S62-'G3.] 



DocrMENT No. 8. 



125 



Year ending September 30th, 1862. 



Co., li^ 



Reuben King, Sheriff Robeson 
S. A. Warren, " Xorthampton 
!e. D. Davis, " Jackson " 

;J W C Piercj, TaxCol Clierokee " 

llsaac A. Reel, Sheriff McDowell " 

Jas. S. Snow, " Halifax " 

Rufns II. Page, Secretary of State, his 2d 

quarter's salary tor 1862. 
Sundry Banks ofX. C, temporary loans, 

as follows : 
Bank of Washington, 





u 




u 




Wilmington 




(( 




(( 



" North Carolina, 

flillsboro' Savings Institution, 

Asa Biggs, for 3 State Registered Bonds, 

Drury King, Superintendent of Capitol, 
his 3d quarter's salary for 1862, 

D. W. Courts, Public Treasurer, his 3d 
quarter's salary for 1862, 

W. R. Richardson, Ch'f Cl'k to Pub. Treas- 
urer, his 3d quarter's salary for 1862, 

B. ^Y. Starke, Assistant Cl'k to Pub. Treas- 
urer, his 3d quarter's salary for 1862, 

Sundry telegraphic dispatches sent and 
received during August, 1862, 

|John Spelman, boxes furnished Secretary 

! of State for packing laws, etc., 

'John Spelman, printing done for Execu- 
tive Office and publishing in State 
Journal Governor's proclamations, 

W. W. Holden, advertising in IST. C. 
Standard for Public Treasurer, 

Fulton dr Price, for publishing in Wil- 
mington Journal sundry proclamations 
of the Governor, 



15 
19 
45 
56 
36 
16 

250 



G6 
32 
32 
33 



70,000 

75,000 

8,342 

75,000 

100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

300,000 

100,000 

3,750 

3,000 

65 



54 



62; 
30C 
1ST|50 

13^2 

32 

33 50 

7 



31 



12 



126 



Document "No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's J^ej)ortfor the Fiscal 



J. W. Sjme, advertising in Ealeigli 
Eeg'ister for Secretary of State, 

W. W. Holden, advertising in IST. C 
Standard for Secretary of State, 

W. W. Holden, for pnblisliing in N 
C. Standard sundry proclamations 
of Gov. Clark, 

John W. Syme, for publishing in Ka 
leigh Register sundry proclamations 
of Gov. Clark, 

F. I. Wilson, for examining accounts 
of John Spehnan, State JPrinter, 

II. D. Turner, for stationery furnished 
several Departments in CapitoL 

J. A. Lancaster & Son, Richmond 
Ya., for paper furnished the State, 

\Y. L. Smith, expenses as messenger 
from Bank of Wilmington, 

P. F. Pescud, sponge for Treasurer's 
Office, 

Wm. Howard, for publishing in Tar 
boro' Southerner sundry proclama 
tions of Gov. Clark, 

J. A. Lancaster & Son, Richmond 
Ya., for paper furnished the State, 

F. L Wilson, for examining accounts 
of John Spelman, State Printer 
and John W. Syme, Printer to the 
Convention, 

Isaac Oettinger, for 6 bottles of Ink 
furnished the State, 

W. J. Palmer, Principal N. C. Insti- 
tution for the Deaf and Dumb and 
the Blind, for having printed Treas- 
ury Notes of N. C, 

W. II. Crow, Petersburg, Ya., for 
candles furnished the State, 

D. King, for payment of wages of ser- 
vant at Capitol, from 1st July to let 
Oct. 1862, 



4 




3 


25 


8 


50 


4 


25 


6 




282 


50 


201 




18 






50 


13 


50 


752 




12 




9 




1,438 


40 


350 


50 



$ 12,167,73472 



lS62-'63.] DocrMENT Iso. 8. 127 

Year ending Septemler SOth, 1862. 



STATEMENT, 

ExJi'ddiiiig the nurriber Acres Land^ valuation LandyVahia- 
iicn Tovm Property^ tice Taxes derived from every suhject 
of Taxation in the several Counties of the State, from 
xoMch returns were received prior to the close of the fiscal 
year, September 30, 1862, and the aggregate amount of all; 
also the Taxes levied by the Courts of Pleas and Quarter 
Sessions for County, School a?id other purposes, as fellows: 



128 



Document No.- 8. 



[Session 



Cinnptroller'' s Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 1.— ALAMANCE COUNTY, 

W, J. Murray, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 215,333 
Valnation Land, $1,433,158 
Town Property, $38,275 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,866 


33 




Town Propert}', 


76 


55 




White Polls, 


585 


60 




Free Black Polls, 


42 


40 




Slaves, 


2,064 


27 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


1,459 


32 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


460 


48 




Salaries and Fees, 


135 






Stnds and Jacks, 


92 






Dagnerreotypists, 


6 






Gold Watches, 


47 


95 




Silver Watches, 


33 


S3 




Pianos, 


28 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


12 


67 




Rdinn; Yehicles, 


184 


40 




Mouseliold and Kitchen Furniture, 


24 


30 




Dead-Heads on Ptailroads, 


65 


50 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c per gallon, 


7.805 


40 




Merchants' Capital, 


13 


98 




Retailers, 


60 






Express Companies, 


25 






Liquor Dealers, 


1,277 


31 




Mai-riage License, 


13 






Deeds Vor Real Estate, 


7 


50 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 


13 




$ 17,400 


29 










County Purposes,. 


% 18,210 


82 



1862-'63.] 



Document 'No. 8. 



129 



Year ending September 30ih, 1862. 



1862. 


No. 2.— ALEXANDEE COUNTY. 

Alfred Carson, Acting Slieriff. 
Acres Land, 154,192 
Valuation Land, $656,902 
Town Property, $23,150 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,31379 




Town Property, 


4630 




White Polls, 


326 


40 




Free Black Polls, 


2 


40 




Slaves, 


664 


14 




Money on hand or on deposit. 


252 


29 




Salaries and Fees, 


12 






'Studs and Jacks, 


139 






Toll Bridges and Ferries, 




87 




Gold Watches, 85.10; Silver do., $8.56, 


13 


66 




Pianos, $4 60 ; Eidmg Vehicles, $45.25, 


49 75 




Note Sharers, 


29 53 




Horses, $4.03 ; Mules $15.10 ; Cattle, 7c., 


19 20 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


6 68 




Valuation of other Property, 


5 50 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 






grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


913;50 




Merchants' Capital, 


43 55 


I 


Patent Medicines. 


2 




Liquor Dealers, 


2133X 




iVIarriage License, 


• 3589 




Deeds for Ileal Estate,, 


5'33 




Privileged Voters, 


3I2O 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 


50 


30 




% 4,147 


59 










Poor, 


$ 600 






Schools, 


600 






County Purposes and Jurors, 


933 


SO 




Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount, 


1,500 




TV 


$ 3,633 


80 



Doc, No. 8.] 



130 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



No. 3.— ALLEGHAJSY COUNTY. 






Jesse Bledsoe, Sheriff. 






Acres Land, 116,852 






Valuation Land, $319,985 






State Taxes. 






Land, 


$ 653 


99 


White Polls, 


201 




Slaves, 


167 


17 


Money on hand or on deposit, 


97 


27 


Salaries and Fees, 


6 




Stnds and Jacks, 


30 




Silver Watches, 


1 


97 


Riding Vehicles, 


2 


50 


Horses, 


23 


78 


Cattle, 


17 


or 


Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


1 


60 


Spirituous Liquors, manul'actured from 






grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


123 


90 


Marriage License, 

Gross amount, 


7 




$ 1,332 


25 


County Taxes. 






J County purposes, 


$ 668 


03 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



131 



Yeai' ending Septernber SOt/i., 1862. 



1862. 


No. 4.-^ANS0]Sr COUNTY. 

GroEON B. Threadgill, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 376,662^ 
Valuation Land, ' $1,591,993 
Town Property, $67,5G0 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


3,189 


76 




Town Property, 


135 


12 




White Polls, 


192 


80 




Free Black Polls, 


1 


60 




Slaves, 


4,334 


35 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


890 


60 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


1,624 


53 




'Salaries and Fees, 


129 


60 




Studs and Jacks, 


72 






Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 


38 


75 




Gold Watches, $60.77; Silver do., $32.66, 


93 


43 




iPianos, $57 ; Plate and Jewelry, $17.65, 


74 


65 




Ridinor Vehicles, 


308 


65 


1 


Note Shavers, $57.20 ; Mules 15 cents, 


57 


35 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


16 


68 




IMerchants' Capital, 


61 


51 




1 Retailers, 


30 






Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


36 


75 




Liquor Dealers, 


87 


27 




iMarriage License, 


28 


13 




JMortgages and Deeds, 


'9 


70 




jDeeds for Real Estate, 


14 


55 




Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


2 


40 




$ 11,430 


18 






"^ 




Poor, 


$ 1,500 






County Purposes, 


1,433 


48 




Soldiers' Families, 


6,000 






Railroad, 

1 Total amount, 


2,100 






$ 11,033 


48 



132 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Covijptroller''8 Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 6.— ASHE COUNTY.' 

John M. Caesou, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 249,447 
Valnatiou Land, $568,194 
Town Property, $24,205 

State Taxes. 








Land, , 


$ 1,136 


39 




Town Property, 


48 


41 




White Polls, 


581 


10 




Free Black Polls, 


9 


60 




Slaves, 


293 


33 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


279 


96 




Salaries and Fees, 


IS 






Studs and Jacks, 


42 






Gold Watches, 


3 


70 




Silver Watches, 


8 


35 




Pianos, 


1 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


1 


40 




Riding Yehicles, 


10 


40 




Note Shavers, 




13 




Horses, 


35 


38 




Mules, 


4 


89 




Cattle, 


38 


05 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


4 


84 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


320 


40 




Merchants' Capital, 


11 


34 




Bowling Alleys, 


50 






Patent Medicines, 


6 


08 




Daguerreotypists, 


10 






Marriage License, 


32 


88 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


2 


91 




Subjects Unlisted, 


10 


83 




Produce Dealers, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


94 


78 




$ 3,00G 


65 










County purposesj 


$ 2,422 


89 



1862-'63.] 



Document Ko. 8. 



133 



Year eliding Sej^iemher SOih, 1862. 






1862. 


No. 6.— BERTIE COUNTY. 

A. II. Hassell, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 336,305 
Valuation Land, $2,142,888 
Town Property, $80,778 

State Taxes. 




' 




Land, 


$ 4,282 


03 




Town Property, 


16156 




White Polls, 


420 




Free Black Polls, 


16 80 




Slaves, 


5,048:21 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


1,618'28 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


40047 




Salaries and Fees, 


159 50 




iStiuls and Jacks, 


32 




Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 


50,63 




Gold Watches, 


96'71 




Silver AYatches, 


19i92 




Pianos, 


91:50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


31,50 




Riding Vehicles, 


260 50 




Cattle, 




73 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


61 


47 




Valuation of other Property, 


2 


50 




IMercli ants' Capital, 


53 


90 




Retailers, $60 ; Liquor Dealers, $60.15, 


120 


15 




iMarriago License, 


27 


16 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


2 


91 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


5 


33 




Collateral Descents, 
1 Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


152 


30 




$ 13,116 


06 










Poor, 


$ 2,243 






{County Purposes, 


4,135 


18 




Insane Asylum, 

Total amount, 


352 


10 




$ 6,730 


28 



134 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



ComijtroUer' s Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 7.— BLADEN COUNTY. 

EoEEET P. Melvin, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 539,503^ 
Valuation Land, $1,413,396.87 
Town Property, $28,854.50 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


% 2,755 


44: 




Town property. 


57 


70^ 




White Polls, 


32 


80 




Free Black Polls, 


24 


80 




Slaves, 


3,130 


79 




Money on hand and on deposit, 


387 


08 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


190 


80 




Salaries and Fees, 


32 


50 




Studs and Jacks, 


30 






Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 


21 


75 




Gold Watches, 


60 


70 




Silver Watches, 


11 


70 




Pianos, 


25 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


28 


28 




Riding Yehicles, 


139 


32 




Horses, 




60 




Cattle, 


1 






Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


20 


90 




Valuation of other Property, 


14 


50 




Retailers, 


30 






Marriage License, 


21 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


2 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


8 






Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


6 


74 




$ 7,033 


90 










Poor, 


$ 2,436 


35 




County Purposes, 

Total amount 


4,972 


70 




$ 7,409 


05 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



135' 



Year ending Sepiemher ZOth, 1862. 



1862. 



No. 8.— BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 

R. V. Blackstock, Tax Collector. 
Acres Land, 334,396 

jValuation Land, $1,184:,169 

Town Propertj^ $209,291 

State Taxes. 
ILand, 

iTown Property, 
'White Polls, 
iFree Black Polls, 
Slaves, 

JMoney on hand or on deposit, 
Bank Dividends received or due, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Toll Bridges and Ferries, 
Gold Watches, $51.50 ; Silver do., $30.02, 
Pianos, 863 ; Plate and Jewelry, $39.15, 
Riding Vehicles, 

Note Shavers, $50 ; Horses $19.87, 
Mules, S18.70; Cattle, $12.90, 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Dead-Heads on Railroads, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 

grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
iSubjects Unlisted, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 5^c. per $100 value of all property, 
Connty purposes, 4^c. " " " 
Soldiers' Families, 13^c per $100 value of 
all property, and 20c. per poll. 

Total amount, 



136 



Document? Ko, 8. 



[Session 



Comjytroller's Report for the Fiscal 



No. 9.— BURKE COUNTY. 
Michael Spainhowbr, Tax Collector. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



198,003 

$857,868 
$87,690 



State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
White Polls, 
Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
Bank Dividends received or due, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Toll Bridges and Ferries, 
Gold Watches, $29.55; Silverado., $8.54, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Yehicles, 

Commissions on Commission Merchants, 
Cattle, 

Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 

Exhibitions for Reward, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Bowling Alleys, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 

grain in this State, at 30c per gallon. 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Pi-ivileged Voters, 

Gross amount. 

County Taxes. 

County Purposes, 



1,715 
175 

378 

1,341 

745 

625 

56 

102 

6 

38 

31 

30 

62 

5 

2 

14 

1 

67 

90 

20 

65 

50 



21 
38 
40 
80 
77 
50 
41 

87 
09 
50 
38 
32 

21 
37 
61 

42 



50 



89190 
24 
24 
160 

24 



6,467 



4,888 



84 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



137 



Year ending SejHemher SOih, 1862. 



I No. 10.— CABARRITS COUNTY. 

I J. L. BcNDY, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 216,439 

'Valuation Land, $1,742,985 

Town Property, §133,641 

• State Taxes. 

Land, 

Town Property, 

White Polls, 

Free Black Polls, 

Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 

iBank Dividends received or due, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Gold Watches, $90.79 ; Silver do, $38.78 ; 

Pianos. Sol ; Plate & Jewelry, $28.24; 

jRiding Yehicles, 

jNote Shavers, $10.30 ; Horses, 18c. 

Mules, $1.08; Cattle, 43c. 

Household and Kitchen Furniture, 

Valua'ion of other property, 

Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 

grain in this State> at 30c. per gallon. 
Merchants' Capital, 
Express Companies, 

Livery Stables, $25; Liq'r Deal's, $182.89, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
jDeeds for Peal Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 

C<:<uNTY Taxes. 
County Purposes, 
Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount, 




6,711 



138 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 





Comptroller's Report/ 


or the Fiscal 


1862. 


No. 11.— CALDWELL COUNTY. 

W. A. Setzek, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 215,239 
Valuation Laud,' $857,592 
Town Property, $31,980 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,715 


18 




Town Property, 


63 


^Q 




White Polls, 


319 


20 




Free Black Polls, 


6 


40 




Slaves, 


69S 


14 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


423 


89 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


50 


64 




Salaries and Fees, 


12 






Studs and Jacks, 


60 






Gold Watches, $10.70 ; Silver do., |6.88, 


17 


58 




Pianos, $10.50 ; Plate and Jeweliy, $4.49, 


14 


99 




Riding Vehicles, 


59 


31 




Note Shavers, 


14 






Horses, $4.06; Mules, $8.10; Cattle, $3.28, 


15 


44 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


8 


72 




Valuation of other Property, 




25 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


5 






Spirituous Liquors manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


321 


75 




Merchants' Capital, 


18 






Marriage License, 


31 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


3 






Collateral Descent, 


178 


57 




Additional Return by Sheriff, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 


22 


86 




$ 4,059 


88 










Poor, 


$ 600 






County Purposes, 


2,279 


56 




Total amount, 


i 2,879 


56 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



139 



Year ending Septemher SOth, 1863. 






1862. 


No. 12.— CASWELL COUNTY. 

J. C. Griffith, Sheriff. 

Acres of Land, 280,329 

Valuation Land, 82,279,655 

Town Property, $ 159,265 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


4,561 


06 




Town Property, 


318 


53 




White Polls, 


196 






Free Black Polls, 


28 






Slaves, 


5,965 37 




Money on hand or on deposit. 


2,671 17 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


1,375 98 




Salaries and Fees, 


115 






Studs and Jacks, 


42 






Toll Bridges and Ferries, 


34 


12 




Gold Watches $90.65 ; Silver do. ^28.88, 


119 


53 




Harps $2.50 ; Pianos $111, 


113 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


41 


57 




Riding Vehicles, 


407 


32 




Note Shavers $8.80 ; Mules $0.45, 


9 


25 




Cattle, 




46 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


61 


02 




Valuation of other property. 


4 


90 




Merchants' Capital, 


107 


10 




Peddlers and Retailers, 


1 


30 




Spirituous Liquors manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30 cents per gal. 


65 


10 




Liquor dealers. 


241 


60 




Marriage License, 


16 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


7 






Collateral Descent, 

Gross Amount 
County Taxes. 


43 


30 




$ 16,674 


88 




^ 


r- 




Poor, 


% 2,399 48 




County purposes. 


21,332i34 




Schools, 


7,08197 




Total Amount, 


% 30,813 


79 



140 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 



No. 13.— CATAWBA COUNTY. 



J. E. EoEiNSON, Slieriif. 



Acres Land, 
Yaluation Land, 
Town Property, 



254,598 
$1,544,572 

$50,647 



State Taxes. 



Land, 

Town Property, 

White Polls, 

Free Black Polls, $2.40 ; Slaves, $1,469.72, 

Money on hand and on deposit, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Gold Watches, $20.56 ; Silver do., $22.57, 

Pianos, $9 ; Plate and Jewelry, $L83, 

Riding Yeliicles, $5163.80; Horses, $3.28, 

Mules, ,$9.27 ; Cattle 11 cents. 

Household and Kitchen Furniture, 

Valuation of other Property, 

Dead-Heads on Railroads, 

Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 

grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 
Merchants' Capital, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Subjects Unlisted, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 



County Taxes. 
Poor, 
County Purposes, 



% 



Total amount, 




lS62-'63.] 



Document Xo. 8. 



141 



Year ending Septemher 30ih, 1862. 



186*2. 


No. U.— CHATHAM COUNTY. 

R. B. Paschal, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 501,807 
Valuation Land, $2,251,315 








Town Property, §70,523 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


4,502 


52 




Town Property, 


141 


04 




White Polls, 


693 


60 




Free Black Polls, 


19 


20 




cslaves. 


4,008 


93 




Money on liand or on deposit, 


1,247 


20 




Salaries and Fees, 


83 






Studs and Jacks, 


8G 






Toll Bridges and Ferries, 


2 


12 




iGold Watches, $94.36 ; Silver do, $24.68, 


119 


04 




iPianos, 


70 


50 




[Plate and Jewelry, 


41 


59 




Riding Vehicles, 


366 


35 




iXote Shavers, 


4 






Horses, 




(58 




Mnles, 




76 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


41 


36 




'Valuation of other Property, 


5 


84 




jSpirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








1 grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


867 






jMerchants' Capital, 


29 


82 




Retailers, 


90 






, Billiard Tables, 


125 






iMarriage License, 


43 


75 




iDeeds for Real Estate, 


14 






Privileged Voters, 




80 




Arrears for Insolvents, 


5 


60 


'- 


Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


180 




y 


:$• 12,789 


70 










County Purposes, 


1 

$ 18,105 


60 



142 



Document ITo. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 15.— CHEROKEE COUNTY. 

J. W. C. PiEECT, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 597,362 
Valuation Land, $529,800 
Town Property, $34,095 

State Taxes, 








Land, 


$ 1,059 


60 




Town Property, 


68 


19 




White Polls, 


400 






Free Black Polls, $4 ; Slaves, $395.55, 


399 


55 




Money on hand or on deposit. 


99 


80 




Salaries and Fees, 


28 






Stnds and Jacks, 


60 






Toll Bridires and Ferries, 


5 


25 




Gold Watches, $10.80; Silver do., $4.98, 


15 


78 




Pianos, 


1 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


1 


25 




Riding Vehicles, 


12 






Note Shavers, 


4 






Horses, $12.74; Mules, $7.82, 


20 


56 




Cattle, 


9|20 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


3 


30 




Valuation of other Property, 


1 


30 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


347 


85 




Merchants' Capital, 


6 


67 




Marriage License, 


31 


04 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


6 


82 




Liquor Dealers, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 


90 






$ 2,670 


QQ 










Poor and Soldiers' Families, 


$ 1,200 






County Purposes, 


2,632 


40 




Schools, 


804 


36 




Public Buildings, 

Total amount, 


500 






$ 4,136 


76 



lS62-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



143 



Year ending Septemher 30th, 1S62. 






1862. 


No. 16.— CLAY COUNTY. 

"Watson Curtis, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 87,109 
IValuation Land, $167,582 
Town Property, $1,566 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 327 


64 




Town Property, 


10 


74 




White Polls, 


149 


60 




Free Black Polls, 


1 


60 




Slaves, 


105 


45 




Money on hand and on deposit, 


43 


54 




Salaries and Fees, 


6 






Studs and Jacks, 


18 






Gold Watches, 


1 






Silver "Watches, 


1 


74 




Riding Vehicles, 


16 


25 




Note Shavers, 


7 


50 




Horses, 


17 


25 




Mules, 


11 


02 




Cattle, 


15 


50 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


2 


71 




Valuation of other Property, 


7 


32 




Spirituous -Liquors manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30 cts. per gallon, 


146 


40 




Liquor Dealers, 


3909 




Marriage License, 


15 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


2 






Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount, 




50 




$ 944 


85 




County Taxes. 








C^nnty Purposes, 


$ 1,112 


10 



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No. 17.— CLEAVELAND COUNTY. 

G. M. Green, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 266,123 

Valuation Land, $1,129,309 

Town Property, $73,450 

State Taxes. 
Land, $2,253.61; Town Prop'tj, $146.90, 
White Polls, 
Free Black Polls, 
Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Toll Bridges and Ferries, 
Gold Watches, $16.25; Silver do, $12.75, 
Pianos, $9 ; Plate and Jewelry, $7.88, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Note Shavers, 

Commissions on Commission Merchants, 
Horses, $2.54; Mules, $3.22; Cattle, 7c. 
Household aud Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Dead-Heads on Railroads, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 
Retailers, $00; Lightning Pvod Men, $40, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Marriage License, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 3-| cents per $100 valu'n real estate 

and negroes, and 17c. per white poll. 
County Purposes, 3 do., and 15 do., 
Schools, 6^ do., and 22 do., 
Railroads, 19 do., and 46 do.. 

Total amount, i 



$ 



2,400 

500 

7 

1,789 

500 

21 

70 

43 

3 

29 

16 

130 

271 

1 

5 

9 



51 

20 
95 
98 
05 

75 



851 

100 
44 

49 



38 
10 
57 
oO 
S3 
35 
r,9 
20" 



:)4 



SO 



6,360 61 



84084 

723!l9 

1,49781 

4,26608 

7,32822 



l862-'63.] 



IDOOUMENT i^O. S. 



145 



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Ibb'J. 



No. 18.~0GLUMBUS COUNTY. 

Lewis Williamson, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 377,153 

Valuation Land, ^717,835 

Town Property, $29,345 

State Taxes. 
Land, $1,408.58 ; Town Property, $58.69, 
Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
Bank Dividends received or due. 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Toll Bridges and Ferries, 
Gold Watches $22.70 ; Silver do. $3.13, 
Pianos', $6 ; Plate and Jewelry, $8.55, 
Riding Vehicles, 

Note Shavers, 50c. ; Horses, 53c. 
Mules, 60c. ; Cattle, 40c., 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other property, 
Merchants' Capital, 

Retailers, $450 ; Patent Medicines, $27.35' 
Spirituous Liquors manufactured from! 
grain in this State, at SOcts. per gallon, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, $965.98; County purposes $2,236.08 
Schools, 

Public Buildings, 
Jury, $312.27 ; Asylum, $82.60, 



50 



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10 



Total amonn^v 




$ 5,JL347^ 



ue 



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ComptrolUrh Ee^ortfor the Fiscal 



N^o. 19.— CUMBERLAl^D COUNTY. 

Hector McKeill, Sheriff. 
Acres Land^, 491,166 

Yaluation Land, $1,453,793 

Town Property, $616,937 

State Taxes. 
Land, $2,907.58 ; T'u Prop'tv, $1,233.87, 
White Polls, 
Free Black Polls, 
Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
Bank Dividends received or due,. 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Toll Bridges and Ferries, 
Gold Watches, $137.68; Silver do, |27.07; 
Pianos, $130.50; Plate & Jew'ry, §97.43, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Note Shavers, $60 ; Mules, 6c., 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 

Insurance Companies,, 
Auctioneers, 
Patent Medicines, 
Exhibitions for Reward, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 

grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
Liq'r Deal's, $442.21 ; Playing Cards, $4, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages a,n.d Deeds, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 

County Purposes, 
Jury, $1,500 ; Railroad, $7,600, 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 
Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount, 



% 



4,141 

438 

31 

3,671 

2,446 

6,433 

502 

14 

1 

164 

227 

280 

60 

100 

6 

294 

180 

200 

58 

52 

20 




45 
40 
20 
87 
46 
86 
09 

25 
65 
93 
90 
06 
19 
32 
01 



IS 
50 



1S6^'63.] 



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147 



Year ending Septeniher ZOth^ 1862. 



1862. 



No. 20.— DAVIDSON COUNTY. 



David Loftin, Sheriff. 



Acres Land, 
Yalnation Land, 
iTown Property, 



365,472 
$1,951,423; 
$121,192 



State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
White Polls, 
[Free Black Polls, 
^Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
iBank Dividends received or due, 
jSalaries and Fees, 
jStnds and Jacks, 
jToll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 
Gold "Watches, 
Silver "Watches, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 

Horses, S3.43 ; Mules, $1.60 ; Cattle, 70c., 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Dead-Heads on Railroads, 
Spirituous Liquors manufactured from 

grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
Express Companies, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Collateral Descent, ' 

Gross amount. 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 
County Purposes, 

Total amount, 



49150 

12|96 

335 81 



50 




10,623 



us 



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fSessioct 



ComptroUer''s Rejpovt for the Fiscal 



2. 


• 
No. 21.— DAVIE COUNTY. 

W. A. Merowet, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 162,741 
Valuation Land, $1,229,078 
Town Property, $64,969 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,468 


16 




Town Property, 


129 


93 




White Polls, 


296 






Free Black Polls, 


4 


80 




Slaves, 


1,719 


63 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


797 


73 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


• 1,620 






Salaries and Fees, 


46 


06 




Studs and Jacks, 


QQ 






Dagnerreotypists, 


15 






Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 


65 


37 




Gold Watches, $40.10 ; Silver do., $18.43, 


58 


53 




Pianos, 


80! 




Plate and Jewelry, 


13 


84 




Riding Vehicles, 


177 


55 




Horses, $1.85 ; Mules, $3.80 ; Cattle, 68c., 


6 


33 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


26 


28 




Spirituous Liquorfe, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30g. per gallon, 


2,290 


20 




Merchants' Capital, 


37 


02 




Retailers, 


30 






Horse and Mule Drovers, 


1 


50 




Patent Medicines, 


13 


03 




Liquor Dealers, 


682 


48 




Marriage License, 


63 


62 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


9 


70 




Privileged Voters, 


4 


80 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


16 


09 


1 


$ 10,579 


65 


1 








County Purposes, 


$ 7,059 


90 



a862-'63.] 



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149 



Year ending September ZOih^ 1862. 



1862. 



No. 22.— DUPLIN COUNTY. 



Thomas J. Cakr, 
Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



Sheriff. 

450,822 

tl,270,377 
;^83,425 



Stat^ Taxes 
iLand, $2,535.59; Town Property, $166.85, 

White Polls, 

I Free Black Polls, ^16; Slaves, $4,345.75, 
|;Money on hand or on deposit. 

Bank Dividends received or due, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Gold Watches, $79.60 ; Silver do., $24.42, 

Harps, $2.50; Pianos, ^63, 

Plate and Jewelry, 

Ridincj Vehicles, 

Note Shavers, $2.30 ; Horses, 62 cents, 

Cattle, 

jHousehold and Kitchen Furniture, 

Valuation of other Property, 

Dead-Heads on Railroads, 

Merchants' Capital, 

Retailers, $60 ; Auctioneers, $5.25, 

Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 

L'qr Dl'rs, $80.82; M'rge License, $42.68, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 

'Deeds for Real Estate, 

Play'g C'ds, 50c. ; Privl'gd Voters, 80c., 

Are'rs for Insl'vts, $1.60; Taverns, $14, 

Gross amount, 

CouKTY Taxes. 
Poor, $2,500 ; County Purposes, $2,000, 
'Public Buildings, $500 ; Patrol, $500, 
jSoldiers' Families, 

Total amount, 



:44 

120 
75 
11 

'48 
50 



2,702 

299 

4,361 

1,061 

59 

39 

32 

104 

65 

26:00 

21290 
2 92 
81 
51 

81 



02 
50 



Oi 

6 

2 

47 

65 

137 

123 
8 

23 
1 

15 





82 
25 

41 

50 
73 

77 
30 
60 



$ 9,439 96 



4,500 
1,000 

12,784JS2 

lis 18,284182 



150 



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Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



InTo. 23.— EDGECOMBE COUNTY. 

Joseph Cobb, Slieriff. 
Acres Land, 331,310 

Valuation Land, $3,261,078 

Town Property, $240,950 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
White Polls, 
Free Black Polls, $16 ; Slaves, $7,442.89, 
Money on hand or on deposit. 
Bank Dividends, received or due, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Gates, 

Gold Watches, $133.01; Silver do, $37.71, 
Pianos, $97.50; Plate & Jewelry, $93.63, 
Riding Vehicles, 
iNote Shavers, 
Commissions on Commission Merchants, 
BTorses, 55 ; Mules, 55 ; Cattle, 78 ; 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Dead-heads on Kailroads, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Bowling Alleys, $50; Billa'd Tables, $125, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 
Marriage Lic'e, $19; Mortg's & Deeds, $3 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Play'g C'ds, $23.50; Liq'r Deal's, $124.50, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 1-5 per cent, on State Tax, 
County Purposes, 
Soldiers' Families, 2-5 do., do., 

Total amount, 




18,670 



1862-'63.] 



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Year ending Septemher 30th, 1862. 



18G2. 



No. 24.— FORSYTH COUNTY. 

]\Iathia8 Masten, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 223,001 

Valuation Land, $1,327,336 

Town Property, $341,920 

State Taxes. 
Land, $2,654.97 ; Town Property, $683.84, 
White Polls, 

Free Bl'k Polls, $18.40 ; Slaves, $1,407.22, 
Money on hand or on deposit. 
Bank Dividends received or due, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Buying and selling Slaves, 
Toll Bridges Gates and Ferries, 
Gold Watches, $50.06 ; Silver do., $49.04, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 

Note Shavers, $56.36; Horses, $2.73, 
Mules $3.89; Cattle, 22c., 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 
Patent INfedicines. 
Liquor Dealers, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 

County Purposes, 
Schools, 

Soldiers' Families, and expenses of Vol- 
unteers from Forsyth, 



3,338 

880 

1,425 

348 

1,308 

135 

19 

3 

16 

108 

117 

19 



81 
80 
62 
08 
37 
15 

25 
25 
10 

16 



20830 
5909 



4 

39 
2618 

6,085 

54 

30 

2 

838 

63 

10 



11 

09 
23 

50 
38 

50 
90 
05 
97 
18 



\$ 17,733 89 



$ 2,000 
2,200 
1,275 

5,156 



Total amount, ||.$ 10,631 



36 



86 



152 



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? — — 


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or the Fiscal 


1862. 


No. 25.— FRANKLIN COUNTY. 








E. A. GuPTON, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 892,076 








Valuation Land, $1,559,545 








Town Property, $182,668 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


% 3,119 


09 




Town Property, 


365 


34 




White Polls, 


340 


80 




Free Black Polls, 


36 


80 




Slaves, 


8,862 


83 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


2,071 


72 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


8 


40 




Salaries and Fees, 


102 


40 




Studs and Jacks, 


27 






Gold Watches, 


74 


92 




Silver Watches, 


26 


28 




Harps, 


5 






Pianos, 


103 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


62 


35 




Riding Vehicles, 


283 


30 




Note Shavers, 


33 


90 




Horses, 




50 




Mules, 




60 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


60 


03 




Valuation of other Property, 


26 


53 




Merchants' Capital, 


117 


45 




Retailers, 


60 






Livery Stables, 


50 






Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


109 


84 




Marriage License, 


39 






Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 


8 






% 10,995 


58 










Poor, 


1 1,051 


61 



1862-'63.] 



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153 



Year ending September ZOih, 1862. 



1862. 


No. 26.— GASTON COUNTY. 

Joseph Lusk, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 223,408 

Valuation Land, $1,219,639 

Town Property, $32,310 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,449 


31 




Town Property, 


66 


12 




White Polls, 


285 


60 




Free Black Polls, $8.80; Slaves, $1,419.02, 


1,427 


82 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


1,055 53 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


32 






Salaries and Fees, 


18 






Studs and Jacks, 


76 






Toll Bridi^es and Ferries, 


6 


62 




Gold Watches, $28.10 ; Silver do., $14.05, 


4215 




Pianos, $9 ; Plate and Jewelry, $7.21, 


1621 




Riding Vehicles, 


13430 




Note Shavers, $49.40; Horses $2.10, 


5150 




Mules, 34c.; Cattle, 19c., 




53 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


6 


52 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


1258 


' 


:!>pirituous Liquors, manufactured from 






grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


5,07405 




Merchants' Capital, 


2377 




Retailers, $90 ; Liquor Dealers, $326.97, 


416:97 




Buying and SelHug Slaves, 


5|82 




Marriage License, 


21 


34 




Mortgages and Deeds, 




97 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


2 


91 




Privileged Voters, $2.40; Col'l Des't, $2, 
Gross amount, 


440 




$ 11,230 02 




County Taxes. 
Poor, 


\ 




% 1,081 


75 




County purposes. 


1,153 


86 




iSchooIs, 


1,081 [75 




[Soldiers' Families, 


2,70439 




County Bonds, 

Total amount. 


1,189 93 




$ 7,211 


68 



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1862. 


No. 27.— GRANVILLE COUNTY. 








AYm. a. Philpott, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 447,286 








Valuation Land, $3,103,272 








Town Proi^ertj, $253^987 








State Taxes. 








Land, $6,206.54 ; Town property, $511.97, 


$ 6,718 


51 




White Polls, 


621 


60 




Free Black Polls, 


43 


20 




Slaves, 


7,240 


62 




Money on hand and on deposit. 


2,757 


57 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


180 


12 




Salaries and Fees, 


72 


93 




Studs and Jacks, 


41 






Gold Watches, 


149 


51 




Silver Watches, 


38 


m 




Pianos, $166.50 ; Plate and Jewelry, 80g., 


167 


30 




Riding Vehicles, 


512 


36 




Note Shavers, 


79 


80 




Household and Eitchen Furniture, 


86 


74 




Merchants' Capital, 


56 


18 




Retailers, 


210 






Express Companies, 


25 






Spirituous Liquors, manjifactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


279 


60 




Liquor Dealers, 


796 


60 




Marriage License, 


63 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


9 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


19 






Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 
CouNTT Taxes. 


1 


60 




1 20,169 


90 










Poor, 


$ 1,600 






County Purposes, 


6,000 






Jury, 


2,000 






Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount 


1,200 






$ 10,800 





1862 -'63.] 



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1862. 


1 








Is-Q. 28.— GEEEXE COUNTY. 




. 




E. J. W. Beaman, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 156,217 








Valuation Land, $964,910 








Town Property, $17,680 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,955 


82 




Town Property, 


35 


36 




iW^iite Polls, 


238 


40 




jFree Black Polls, 


4 


80 




'Slaves, 


2,165 


52 




Money on hand and on deposit. 


684i62 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


2i40 


• 


Salaries and Fees, 


35 






Studs and Jacks, 


27 






Gold Watches, 


41 


58 




Silver Watches, 


11 


05 




Pianos, 


46 


50 




iPlate and Jewelry, 


• 


18 




i Riding Yehicles, 


182 


60 




iCommissions on Commission Merchants, 


5 






! Horses, 




35 




:Cattle, 


1 


55 




{Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


14!3i 




i Retailers, 


30 






iMarriage License, 


6 


79 




liMortgages and Deeds, 


3 


38 




iDeeds for Real Estate, 


6 


79 




iPrivileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 
1 County Taxes. , 


1 


60 




$ 5,506 


10 










iPoor, $1,207.63 ; Co. Purposes, $5,195.33, 


S 6,402 


96 




iSoldiers' Families, 

Total amount, 


2,415 


26 




$ 8,818 


22 



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1862. 


No. 29.— GUILFORD COUNTY. 

Caleb A. Boon, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 398,768 

Valuation Land, $2,183,362 

Town Property, $354,320 

State Taxes. 








Land, $4,481.10; Town Prop'ty, $708.64, 


$ 5,189 


74 




White Polls, 


1,083 


20 




Free Black Polls, 


45 


60 




Slaves, 


2,547 


42 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


. 2,G71 


38 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


400 


82 




Salaries and Fees, 


326 


98 




Studs and Jacks, 


141 






Dagnerreotypists, 


24 


02 




Gold Watches, $106.44 ; Silver do, $48.30, 


154 


74 




Pianos, $57 ; Plate and Jewelry, $34.20, 


91 


20 




Rd'g Veh'ls, $373.35; Note Sh'vrs, $98.50, 


471 


85 




Horses, 40c. ; Mules, $2.20 ; Cattle, 44c. 


3 


04 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


61 


38 




Yaluation of other Property, 


88 


63 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


48 


20 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


8,997 30 




Merchants' Capital, 


537 91 




Retailers, $90; Express Companies, $25, 


115 






Patent Medicines, 


13 


50 




Exhibitions for Reward, 


10 






Liquor Dealers, 


3,042 






Marriage License, 


133 


86 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


10 


67 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


29 


59 




Arrears for Insolvents, 

Gross amount. 


4 


80 




$ 26,243 


83 




* CouuTY Taxes. 
Poor, 








$ 3,500 






County Purposes, 


9,610 


40 




Schools, $4,000; Pub. Buildings, $2,750, 


6,750 






Insane Asylum, 

Total amount, 


750 






$ 20,610 


40 



1862-'63.] 



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m 



Year ending September 30ih, 1862. 






1862. 


No. SOr-HALIFAX COUNTY. 

Jas. S. Snow, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 412,874 
Valuation Land, $3,148,010 
Town Property, $181,801 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 6,29601 




Town Property, 


i 36360 




White Polls, 


348 




Free Black Polls, $160 ; Slaves, $6,358.23, 


6,518 23 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


2,893140 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


79 


96 




Salaries and Fees, 


212 


21 




Studs and Jacks, 


78 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


2I5O 




Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 


35-25 




Gold Watches, 8154.46 : Silver do, $31.65, 


18611 




Pianos, $118.50; Plate & Jewelry, $95.19, 


213 69 




Riding Vehicles, 


436|13 




N'e Sh's, $65.50; Hor's, $14.91; Cafe, 76c, 


8117 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


91125 




Valuation of other Property, 


693:66 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


4,80 




Merchants' Capital, 


207 


99 




Retailers, $180 ; Billiard Tables, $125, 


305 






.Express Co's, $25 ; Pat't Medic's, $4.50, 


29 


50 




Liquor Dealers, 


1,339 


35 




Marriage License, 


67 






(Mortgages and Deeds, 


8 






IDeeds for Real Estate, 


6 






Playing Cards, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


19 






$ 20,505 


81 










Poor, 


$ 2,310 


68 




County Purposes, 

Total amount, 


3,697 


09 




$ 6,007 


77 



158 



Document No, 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller' 8 Beportfor the Fiscal 



No. 31.— HARNETT COUNTY. 



James R. Gkady, Sheriff. 



Acres Land, 

Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



309,487 

$688,824 
$5,930 



State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
White Polls, 
Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
Bank Dividends received or due, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 
Gold Watches, $15.76 ; Silver do, $6.69, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Note Shavers, 
Horses, 58c.; Mules, 15c., 
Cattle, 

Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 

grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 
Marriage License, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 

County Purposes, 
Jury, 

Soldiers' Families, 
Insane Asylum, 

Total amount. 



190 




12,52676 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



159 



Yea}' ending Septemler SOih, 1862. 






1862. 


No. 32.— HAYWOOD COUNTY. 

William Plemmons, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 254,391 
Yaluation on Laud, $418,708 
Town Property, $13,075 

State Taxes. 








iLand, 


S 837 


41 




Town Property', 


26 


15 




.White Polls, 


297 


60 




IFree Black Polls, 




80 




(Slaves, 


255 


10 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


15456 




Studs and Jacks, 


49'50 




Gold Watches, 


8 


45 




Silver Watches, 


7 


75 




Riding Yehicles, 


50 






Horses, 


10 


90 




Mules, 


1214 




Cattle, 


16168 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


IOI35 




Yaluation of other Property, 


49IO6 




Merchants' Capital, 


5095 




Retailers, 


30 




Arrears for Insolvents, 9 


1605 




Marriage License, 

Gross amount, 


2 91 




$ 1,836 


36 




County Taxes. 








Poor, 


$ 300 






County Taxes, 

Total amount, 


1,562 


43 




$ 1,862 


43 



160 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Sossion 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. SS.—HENBEKSON COUNTY. 

Isaac Akledge, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 181 ,975 

Valuation Land, $953,741 

Town Property, $69,660 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,907 


48 




Town Property, 


139 


32 




White Polls, 


436 






Free Black Polls, 


4 


80 




Slaves, 


934 


76 




Money on hand or on deposit. 


279 


53 




Salaries and Fees, 


27 






Studs and Jacks, 


61 






Daguerreotypisls, 


4 


50 




Gold Watches, 


28 


90 




Silver Watches, 


11 


07 




Harps, $'2..50 ; Pianos, $31.50, 


34 






Plate and Jewelry, 


61 


32 




Ridina; Vehicles, 


128 


50 




Note Shavers, 


73 


50 




Horses, 


21 


98 




Mules, 


14 


22 




Cattle, 


7 


80 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


49 


12 




Valuation of other Pr^erty, 


38 


05 




Merchants' Capital, 


28 


87 




Private Billiard Table, 


25 






Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


285 






Liquor Dealers, 


45 






Marriage License, 


32 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


1 






Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


9 






$ 4,689 


02 










County purposes, 


$ 3,422 


33 



1362-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



161 



Year ending Septeiiiber ZOthy 1862. 



1862. 



No. 3i.— HERTFORD COUNTY. 

Jackson B. IIare, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 190,054 

Valuation Land, $1,018,581 

Town Property, $136,027 

State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
White Polls, 

Free Bl'ck Polls, $53.60; Slaves, $2,056.65, 
Money on hand and on deposit, 
iBank Dividends received or due, 
jSalaries and Fees, 

.Studs and Jacks, $30 ; Ferries, $12.78, 
IGold Watches, $49.10 ; Silver do., $12.55, 
Pianos. $69; Plate and Jewelry, $30.79, 
Rid'g Vehicles, $176.87 ; Note Sh'rs, ^ 
Horses, $1.65 ; Cattle 10 cents. 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 

grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 
Liquor Dealers, 
[Buying and Selling Slaves, 
Marriage License, 
[Mortgages and Deeds, 
jDeeds for Real Estate, 
Arrears for Insolvents, 

Gross amount. 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 8 cents per $100 valuation land, 

and 30 cents per poll, 
1 County Purposes, 13 do. and 48 do., 
Schools, 4 do. and 20 do., 
Patrol, 25 cents per poll. 



V Doc. No. 8.] 



11 



Total amount, 



2,037 16 

272 05 

18160 

2.110 25 

1,139 

414 

48 

42 78 

6165 

9979 



83 
76 




5,868 



08 



162 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Beportfor the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 35.— HYDE COUNTY. 








Gkorqe Credle, Sheriff. 








A.cres of Land, 158,181^ 








Valuation Land, $890,218.50 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


% 1,780 


44 




Wliite Polls, 


200 






Free Black Polls, 


19 


20 




Slaves, 


1,043 


48 




Money on hand or on deposit. 


314 


55 




Bank Dividends received or due^ 


38 


62 




Salaries and Fees, 


49 






Studs and Jacks, 


18 






Buying and Selling Slaves, 


3 






Gold Watches, 


30 


52 




Silver Watches, 


4 


07 




Pianos, 


9 






Plate and JewelrVy 


5 


03 




Riding Vehicles, 


130 






Note Shavers, 


20 






Horses. 




48 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


24 






Valuation of other property, 


13 


47 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross Amount 


7 


67 




$ 3,710 


53 




County Tases. 








Poor, 


1 2,579 


44 




County purposes, 


2,473 


02 




Schools, 


806 


08 




Insane Asylum, 


243 


41 




For Canoes destroyed in the County, 








25 cents per. $100 valuation of Slaves, 
Total Amount, 


1,304 


35 




1 7,406 


30 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



163 



Tear ending September 30/A, 1862. 



No. 36.— IREDELL COUNXr. 



W. F. Wasson, Sheriflf. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



335,975 

$1,726,978 

$163,813 



State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
iWbite Polls, 
Slaves, 

Bank Dividends received or due, 
Salaries and Fees, 
IStuds and Jacks, 
Gold Watches, 
jSilver Watches, 
Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Horses, 
Mules, 
Cattle, 

Household and Kitchen Furnitijre, 
Valuation of other property, 
Dead-Heads on Railroads, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 
Livery Stables, 
jLiquor Dealers, 
Marriage License, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 
County Purposes, 



3,453 

327 

675 

2,228 

261 

51 

96 

62 

32 

48 

26 

254 

5 

12 

31 

26 
18 



35 

62 
20 
27 
20 



22 
11 

80 
35 
50 
94 
69 
16 
74 
60 



934 

193 
30 
2a 

183 
71 
22 

210 



50 
65 



84 

78 



^,282 



52 



6,350 



23. 



la^ 



POCWMENT K0» 8". 



[Session 



C(ymptrolleT''s Beportfor the Fiscal 



lb62. 


No. 37.— JACKSOE^ COUNTY. 

E. D. Davis, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 563,892 
Valuation Land, $324,607 
Town Property, $11,500 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 738 


44 




Town Property, 


26 






White Polls, 


281 


60 




Free Black Polls, 


2 


40 




Slaves, 


197 


85 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


102 


7^ 




Studs and Jacks, 


54 






Gold Watches, 


2 


35 




Silver Watches, 


2 


47 




Pianos, 


3 






Riding Yehicles, 


16 


15 




Horses, 


15 


45 




Mules, 


7 


39- 




Cattle, 


11 


04 




Flousehold and Kitchen Furniture, 


8 


15 




Valuation of other Property, 


7 


9a 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c per gallon, 


225 


m 




Peddlers, 


40 






Mai-riage License, 


22 


31 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


1 






Delinquents for 1860, 


1 


60 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 


8 


18 




% 1,775 


70 










County Purposes, 


# 1,980 


18 




Public Buildings, 

Total amount. 


1,478 


10 




$ 3,458 


2a 



186^'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



165 



Year raiding Septerriber 30M, 1862. • 






1862. 
j 


No. 38.— JOHNSTON COUJSIT. 

3P. T. Masses, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 48"8,874 

Yaluation Land, $1,676,130 

Town Property, $53,787 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 3,352 


3d 




Town Property, 


107 


57 




White Polls, 


665 


60 


I 


Free Black Polls, 


16 






Slaves, 


3,062 


m 




Money on hand or on deposit 


1,227 


50 


i. 


Bank Dividends received or due, 


202 


IT 




Salaries and Fees, 


82 


10 




Studs and Jacks, 


36 






Gold "Watches, 


68 


02 


! 


Silver "Watches, 


24 


28 




Pianos, $43.50; Plate and Jewelry, $17.43, 


60 


93 




Riding Yehicles, 


228 


45 




Note Shavers, $3.28 ; Horses, $1.30, 


4 


58 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


40 


6T 




Valuation of other Property, 


2 






Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


2 


50 




Spirituous Liquors manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


80 


90 




Merchants' Capital, 


34 


24 




Retailers, 


180 






Lifjiior Dealers, 


103 






Piitenf Medicines, 


1 


01 




{Marriage License, 


52 


08 




jMortgages and Deeds, 


10 






Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


60 






$ 9,694 


65 










'Poor, 


$ 3,593 


61 




iCounty Purposes, 


14,303 


02 




jSoldiers' Families, 

Total amount, 


13,623 


53 




$ 31,520 


15 



166 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 





• Comptroller'' B Report ft 


rr the Fiscal 


1862. 


No. 39.— LENOIR COUNTY. 

William Fields, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 210,651 

Valuation Land, $1,263,080.50 

Town Property, $131,162 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


% 2,529 


10 




Town Property, 


262 


32 




White Polls, 


208 






Free Black Polls, 


10 


40 




Slaves, 


2,689 


37 




Money on hand (jr on deposit j 


1,217 


29 




Bank Dividends received or duBj 


90 






Salaries and Fees, 


115 


25 




Studs and Jacks, 


51 






Gold Watches, 


98 


37 




Silver Watches, 


23 


13 




Pianos, 


85 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


42 


36 




Riding Vehicles, 


229 


25 




Note Shavers, 


565 


10 




Horses, $1.80 ; Cattle, 44 cents, 


2 


24 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


45 


75 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


33 


04 




Retailers, $150 j Bowling Alleys, f 50, 


200 






Billiard Tables, 


125 






Liquor Dealers, 


122 


44 




Marriage License, 


23 


28 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


6 


82 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


14 


55 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount. 


41 


16 




$ 8,829 


72 




County Taxes. 
Poor & Soldiers' Families, 14^0. per $100 














val. of all property and 60c. per poll, 


$ 5,010 


^^ 




County Purposes, 6|- do, and 25 do., 


2,277 


81 




Bridge e% Public Buildings, 1^ do, & 5 do, 


438 


68 




Railroad, 8 do, and 30 do.. 

Total amount, 


2,800 


90 




$ 10,528 


35 



1862-'63.J 



Document No. 8. 



167 



Tear ending September 30th, 1862. 






1^2. 


No. 40.— LINCOLN COUNTY. 








L. H. LowKANCE, Sherifi". 








Acres Land, 169,469 








Valuation Land, ^1,093,938 








Town Property, $150,173 








State Taxes. 








Land, $2,215.35; Town Property, $308.40, 


2,523 


75 




White Polls, 


333 


60 




Free Black Polls, $'4 ; Slaves, $1,437.47, 


1,441 47 




Money on band or on deposit, 


77152 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


103 32 




Salaries and Fees, 


139 






iStnds and Jacks, 


46 






Toll Bridges and Ferries, 


14127 




Gold Watches, $41.37 ; Silver do. $14.06, 


55 


43 




Pianos, 


30 






Plate and Jewelry, 


26 


26 




Riding Vehicles, 


109 


50 




Horses, 78c. ; Mules, $1.33, 


2 


11 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


15 


77 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


1,018 


80 




Merchants' Capital, 


16238 




Patent Medicines, 


420 




Liquor Dealers, 


582152 




Marriage License, 


2425 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


6 31 




Subjects Unlisted, 


16150 




Arrears for Insolvents, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


o 


20 




$ 7,430 


16 










Poor, $218.08 ; Co. Purposes, $1,605.15 


$ 1,823 


23 




Public Buildings, 


404 


36 




Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount. 


2,006 


44 




1 4,234 


03 



168 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


Ko. 41.— MACON COUNTY. 

J. G. Geay, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 317,161 
Valuation Land, $329,813 
Town Property, |30,325 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 658 


14 




Town Property, 


60 


65 




White Polls, 


409 


60 




Free Black Polls. 


1 


60 




Slaves, 


441 


71 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


162 


81 




Salaries and Fees, 


8 






Studs and Jacks, 


84 






Gold Watches, $18.45 ; Silver do, $7.05, 


25 


50 




Pianos, 


9 






Plate and Jewelry, 


2 


50 




Riding Vehicles, 


39 


90 




Note Shavers, 


20 






Horses, 


22 


48 




Mules, 


29 


15 




Cattle, 


18 


21 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


14 


45 




Valuation of other Property, 


14 


48 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


72 


90 




Marriage License, 


34 


92 




Mortgages and Deeds, 




97 




Deeds for Eeal Estate, 

Gross amount. 

County Taxes. 


8 


25 




$ 2,139 


22 










Poor, 


$ 840 


37 




County Purposes, 


1,260 


55 




Patrol, 

Total amount, # 


62 


50 




% 2,163 


42 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



169 



Tear ending Septemler SOih, 1862. 






1862. 


No. 42.— MADISON COUNTY. 

H. B. Deavek, Tax Collector. 
Acres Land, 214,293 
Valuation Laud, $364,587 
Town Property, $8,446 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ Y36 


77 




Town Property, 


18 


49 




jWbite Polls, 


96 






Free Black Polls, 


2 


40 




Slaves, 


1Y2 


15 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


165 


16 




Studs and Jacks, 


48 






Gold Watches, 


3 






Silver Watches, 


7 


47 




Pianos, 


3 






Riding Vehicles, 


7 


90 




Note Shavers, 


3 






Horses, 


11 


97 




Mules, 


481 




Cattle, 


457 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


346 




Valuation of other Property, 


765 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 






grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


10440 




Merchants' Capital, ! 


o|oO 




Retailers, 


3t' 






Liquor Dealers, 


24 


70 




Marriage License, 


26 






Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 


2 


40 




$ 1,486 


80 




lyOnVTV T^AVITQ 








Poor, 


$ 202 


33 




County Purposes, 


1,258 


89 




Schools, 


154 


63 




Public Buildings, 


202 


33 




Jury, 


154 


63 




Total amount. 


$ 1,972 


81 



170 



Document Kg. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 43.— MARTIN COUNTY. 








Wm. T. Ckawfoed, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 217,508 

Valuation Land, $1,184,904.25 

Town Property, $163,283 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,400 


68 




Town Property, 
White Polls, 


329 
365 


52 
60 




Free Black Polls, 


44 


80 




Slaves, 


2,509 


42 




Money on hand or on deposit, 
Bank Dividends received or due, 


778 
14 


43 

40 




Salaries and Fees, 


54 


14 




Studs and Jacks, 


17 






Gold Watches, 


45 


15 




Silver Watches, 


22 


04 




Pianos, 


49 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, 


21 

187 


20 
05 




Note Shavers, 


8 


10 




Horses, 




69 




Household.and Kitchen Furniture, 


31 


23 




Valuation of other Property, 


70 


55 




Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 


62 
60 


32 




Patent Medicines, 


3 






Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


lOG 


50 




Liquor Dealers, 


168 


32 




Marriage License, 


14 






Deeds lor Real Estate, 

Gross amount. 


3 






% 7,366 


64 




County Taxes. 
County purposes, 
Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount. 








$ 4,500 
813 


30 
73 




$ 5,314 


03 



l862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



171 



Year ending Septemher ZOth, 1862. 



1862. 


No. 44.— McDowell county. 

Isaac A. Keel, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 179,018 

Yaluation Land, $721,867 

Town Property, $18,140 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,444 


38 




Town Property, 


36 


28 




White Polls, 


277 


60 




Free Black Polls, $16 ; Slaves, $950.33, 


966 


33 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


351 


90 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


5 


44 




Salaries and Fees, 


15 






Studs and Jacks, 


60 






Gold Watches, 


18 


70 




Silver Watches, 


7 


45 




Pianos, 


7 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


2 


90 




Riding Vehicles, 


39 






Note Shavers, $4 ; Horses, $2.83, 


6 


83 




Mules, $10.03 ; Cattle, $4.27, 


14 


30 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


9 


96 




Valuation of other Property, 


5 


38 




Merchants' Capital, 


31 


55 




Retailers, 


90 






Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


109 


20 




Marriage License, 


35 




, 


Mortgages and Deeds, 


3 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


1 


50 


. 


Delinquents for 1860, 


7 


20 




Arrears for Insolvents, 

Gross amount. 


, 1 


60 




$ 3,548 






ConNTv Taxfr 








Poor, 


300 






County Purposes, 


1,490 


09 




Soldiers' Families, 


1,250 






Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

Total amount, 


150 






$ 3,190 


09 



172 



Document Ko. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 45.— MECKLENBUHG COUNTY. 

A. B. Downs, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 307,074 

Valuation Land, $2,024,312 

Town Property, $552,735 

State Taxes. 








Land, $4,061.41 ; T'n Prop'ty, $1,106.87, 


% 5,168 


28 




White Polls, $576.80; Free B'k do,$12.80, 


589 


60 




Slaves, 


4,900 


62 




Money on hand or on deposit. 


2,900 


61 




Bank Dividends received or due. 


1,082 


62 




Salaries & Fees, $351; Studs & J'ks, $156, 


507 






Da2:uerreotypists, 


7 






Gofd Watches, $174.68; Silver do, $39.43, 


214 


11 




Pianos, $120 ; Plate & Jewelry, ^83.82, 


203 


82 




Riding Vehicles, $388.55; Harps, $2.50, 


391 


05 




Note Shav'rs, $45; Horses, $2; Cattle, 70c, 


47 


70 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


110 


86 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


214 


50 




Merchants' Capital, 


1,322 


46 




Insurance Companies, 


400 






Express Companies, 


25 






Livery Stables, 


25 






Exhibitions for Eeward, 


40 






Liq'r Deal's, $804.13 ; Playing Cards, $6, 


810 


13 




Buying and Selling Slaves, 


5 






Marriage License, 


68 


88 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


18 


43 


' 


Deeds for Real Estate, 


34 


92 




Privileged Voters, 


4 






Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount. 


102 


42 




% 19,194 


01 




County Taxes. 
Poor, 3 cents per $100 valuation of all 














property and 12 cents per poll. 


% 2,045 


98 




County Purposes, 


2,720 


13 




Soldiers' Families, 


7,685 


20 




Railroad, 


7,509:80 




Interest on Bank debt. 

Total amount, 


1,36399 




$ 21,225 


10 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



178 



Year ending September ZOth, 1862. 



1863. 


No. 46.— MITCHELL COUNTY. 

A. A. Wiseman, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 159,176 

Valuation Land, $189,869 

Town Property, $665 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 384 


81 




Town Property, 


1 


33 




White Polls, 


175|20 




Free Black Polls, 


5 


60 




Slaves, 


44 


Q6 


iP 


Money on hand or on deposit, 


33 


26 


•ilx. 


Studs and Jacks, 


24 






Gold Watches, 


1 






Silver Watches, 




75 




Pianos, 


1 


50 




Riding Vehicles, 


2 


50 




Horses, 


6 


70 




Cattle, 


3 


77 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 




40 




Valuation of other Property, 


1 


56 




Merchants' Capital, 


3 


50 




Liquor Dealers, 


69 


90 




Distress, 

Gross amount. 


50 






$ 809 


44 




County Taxes. 








County purposes, 


705 


21 



174 



Document Ko; 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller''s Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 47.— MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

A. H. Sawdees, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 281,435-| 
Valuation Land, • $591,424.75 
Town Property, $5,435 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 1,182 


84 




Town Property, 


10 


87 




White Polls, 


321 


60 




Free Black Polls, 


7 


20 




Slaves, 


1,299 


68 




Money on hand or on deposit. 


345 


%Q 




Studs and Jacks, 


54 






Gates, 


15 






Gold Watches, 


10 


80 




Silver Watches, 


12 


25 




Pianos, 


4 


50 




Riding Yehicles, 


73 


25 




INote Shavers, 


16 


50 




Horses, 




96 




Mules, 




30 




Cattle, 




18 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


4 


82 




Valuation of other Property, 


21 


29 




Merchants' Capital, 


1 


75 




Liquor Peddlers, 


40 






Liquor Dealers, 


66 


65 




Marriage License, 


24 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


5 






Delinquents for 1861, 

Gross amount, 


1 


60 




$ 3,520 


70 




County Taxes. 








County Purposes, 


$ 4,689 


41 



1862-'63.] 



Document Ko. 8. 



175 



Year ending Septemher SOih, 1862. 



1862. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



No. 48.— MOORE COUNTY. 

Kenneth H. Wokthy, Sheriff. 

513,936 
$1,104,890 
$28,200 
State Taxes. 
Land, $2,248.80 ; Town Property, $56.40, 
White Polls, $505.60; Slaves, $1,425.81, 
Money on hand or on deposit. 
Bank Dividends received or due, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 

Gold Watches $18.20 ; Silver do. $19, 
Pianos, $6 ; Plate and Jewelry, $1.35, 
Riding Vehicles, 

Note Shavers, $1 ; Horses, $3.94. 
Mules, 57c. ; Cattle, 30c., 
Household and Kitchen FurniturOj v 
Valuation of other property, 
Dead-Heads on Railroads, , 
Spirituous Liquors manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30cts. per gallon. 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, $30 ; Liquor Dealers, $49.22, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 

Poor, 6c3. per $100 value of all property, 
and 24 cts. per poll, | 

jCounty purposes 7cts. per $100 value of 
all property, and 26 cts. per poll, 

Soldier's Families, 12 cts. per $100 value 
of all property, and 50 cts. per poll. 

Poor, County Purposes and Soldiers' Fam- 
ilies, on subjects specifically taxed by 
the State, 

Total amonat, 



2,305 20 




176 



DOCTTMENT 'No. 8. 



[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


Ko. 49.— l^ASH COUNTY. 

N. W. Cooper, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 314,401 

Yaluation Land, $1,500,422 

Town Property, $12,215 

State Taxes. 




T3 




Land, $2,993.95; Town Prop'ty, $24.43, 


$ 3,018 


38 




White Polls, 


180 






Free Black Polls, 


48 


80 




Slaves, 


2,5,50 


35 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


1,710 


90 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


44 






Salaries and Fees, 


36 






Studs and Jacks, 


14 






Dafyuerreotypists, 


1 






Gotd Watches, $49.30 ; Silver do, $14.18, 


63 


48 




Piajios, $42 ; Plate and Jewelry, $22.47, 


64 


47 




Rd'g Yeh'ls, $197.84; Note Sh'vrs, $92.60, 


290 


44 




Horses, 


5 


90 


'' 


Flousehold and Kitchen Furniture, 


24 


48 




Valuation of other Property, 


128 


80 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


26 


48 




Merchants' Capital, 


50 


73 




Retailers, 


90 






Patent Medicines, 


12 


80 




Liquor Dealers, 


186 


30 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


180 


25 




Marriage License, 


14 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


11 


50 




Playing Cards, 


2 


50 




Distress, 


50 






Privileged Voters, 


1 


60 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 


136 09 




$ 8,943 25 




County Taxes. 
Poor, 






$ 1,933 56 




County Purposes, 

Total amount, 


4,155|44 




$ 6,089 





:862-'63.] 



Document Ko. 8. 



177 



Year ending September 30^/a, 1SG2. 



1862. 



! No. 50.— N^EW HANO\T:r. COUilTTY. 

W. T. J. Vann, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 500,287 

Valuation Land, $1,514,081 

jTown Property, $2,809,876 

State Taxes. 
Land, $3,028.16; T'wn Prup'ty, $5,619.75, 
Wliite Polls, 

Free BHc Polls, $42.40 ; Slaves, $6,026.42, 
Money on hand or on deposit. 
Bank Dividends received or due. 
Salaries & Fees, ST2I.42; St'ds & J'cks, $6, 
Ijnying and Selling Slaves, 
Ferries, 

Gold Watches, $2.04.87 ; Silver do, $40.23, 
Pianos, $232.50; Plate (fc Jew'ly, $268.58, 
!RidV Veh'ls, $243.71; N; te Sh's, $120.40, 
Commissions on Commission Merchants, 
Horses, 15 cents; Cattle, 78 cents, 
' Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
j Valuation of other Property, 
jDead-Heads on Eaih-oads, 
; Merchants' Capital, 
iRetailers, $30; Billiard Tables, $250, 
jExhibitions for Reward, 
iExpress Co's, .$25 ; Livery Stables, $75, 
lAiiction'rs, $87.97; Pat't Medic's, $65.40, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
iMarriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate,. 
Distress, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxks. 
Poor, 

County Purposes, 
Schools, 
Insane Asylum, 



Doc. Xo. S.] 



12 



Total amount, 



72742 




$ 33,498198. 



178 



JDocumeStt Ko. 8. 



[SessioD' 



ComptrolleT'' 8 Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 51.— KORTHAMPTON OOUKTY. 








Samuel A. Wabeen, Sheriff. 


' 






Acres Land, 321,069 








l\^aluation Land, |2,296,511 








To>vn Property, $40,410 








State Taxes. 








Land, $4,018.92 ; Town property, $80.82, 


% 4,699 


74 




White Polls, 


852 






Free Black Polls, 


72 


80 




Slaves, 


4,398 


95 




Money on hand and on deposit, 


1,739 


74 




Salaries and Fees, 


101 






Studs and Jacks, 


59 






Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 


146 






Gold Watches, 


85 


07 




Silver "Watches, 


22 


35. 




Pianos, $55.50; Plate and Jewelry, $35.42, 


90 


92: 




Riding Vehicles, 


312 


32 




Note Shavers, 


18 


20' 




Hor's, $51.93; Mu's, $18.01; Cafe, $19.66, 


90 


50 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


51 


79 




Valuation of other property. 


389 


7G 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


••'\ 


80 




Merchants' Capital, 


152 


78 




Retailers, 


150 






Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


90 






Marriage License, 


37 


83 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


3 


88 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


18 


43 




Liquor Dealers, 


656 


69 




Privileged Voters, 




80 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 


132 


98 




% 13,905 


33 




County Taxes. 










" 




Poor, 3^ cents per $100 yaluatiou of all 








property and 20 cents per poll, 


$ 1,988 


86 




Pounty Purposes, 

Total amount 


19,162 






% 21,150 


85 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



179 



Year ending Septcinher 3Qih, 1862. 



1862. 



No. 52.— ONSLOW COUNTY. 
H. n. Sandlin, Acting Slierift*. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



29f,281 

$704,659 

^:35,275 



State Taxes. 



Land, 

Town Property, 

I White Polls, 

iFree Black Polls, 

'Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Gold Watches, 

Silver Watches, 

Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Note Shavers, 

Household and Kitchen Furniture, 

Valuation of other Property, 

Buying and selling Slaves, 

Marriage License, 

Deeds for Ileal Estate, 

Delinquents for ISGl, • 

Gross amount, 



County Taxes. 

Poor, 5 cents per $100 valuation of all 
I property and 20 cents on poll, 
County Purposes, 10 do., and 40 do., 
jSoldiers' Families, 20 do., and 80 do., 

To Lai amount, 



$ 1 



409 

TO 

229 

6 

1,417 

535 

17 

6 

30 

10 

27 

14 

105 




82 
55 

m 
m 

09 
59 



.52 
31 

50 
55 



180 



Document Ko. 8. 



rSession 



Comptroller''' s Report for the Fiscal 



^o. 53.— ORANGE COUNTY. 

RiCHAED M. Jones, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 859,45'J' 

Valuation Land, $1,990,419 

Town Property, $330,234 

State Taxes. 
Land, $3,978.32 ; Town Property, $663.2 
White Polls, 

FreeBlack Polls, ^24.80 ; Slaves, $3,526.55 
Money on hand or on deposit, 
Bank Dividends, received or due, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 

Gold Watches, $110.05; Silver do, $44.04, 
Pianos, $106.50 ; Plate & Jewelry, $68.67 
Riding Vehicles, 
Note Shavers, 

Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Dead-heads on Railroads, 
Spirituous Liquors, iTianufacturcd from 

grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 

Express Companies. 
Patent Medicines. 
Liquor Dealers, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Distress, 

Privileged Voters, 
Subjects Unlisted, 

Gross amount, 

Couis'TT Taxes, 
Poor, 

County Purposes, 
|Soldiers' Families, 



To'al amoTiiitj 



4,641 

619 

3,551 

1,9 




1862-'63.] Document ITo. 8. 


181 


Year ending September SOiA, 1862. 




1862. 


No. 54.— PERSON COUNTY. 

Wm. n. Smith, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 239,463 

Valuation Land, $1,379,984 

Town Property, $30,740 

State Taxes. 








Laud, 


$ 2,761 


16 




Town Property, 


61 


48 




White Polls, 


254 


40 




Free Bl'ck Polls, §23.20; Slaves, $3,441.86 


3.465 


06 




Money on hand and on deposit. 


1,191 


64 




Bank Dividends received or dne, 


1,675 


48 




Salaries and Fees, 


58 


68 




St ads and Jacks, 


56 






Gold Watches, $34.80 ; Silver do., $19.39, 


64 


19 




Pianos, $40.5U; Plate & Jewelry, $32.13, 


72 


63 




RidV Vehicles, $209.95; Note Sh'rs, $1.70 


211 


65 




Horses, 25c.; Mules, 40c., 




65 




Household and Kitchen Fnruitnre, 


25 


13 




Spirituous Liquors, raunnfactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


71820 




Merchants' Capital, 


12 




Retailers, 


30 


-f- 


Patent Medicines, 


1:50 




Liquor Dealers, 


71i70 




Marriage License, 


22 


1 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


2 






Deeds for Ileal Estate, 


4|50 




iDelinquents for 1860, 


40|95 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount. 


29825 




!$ 11.089 25 




County Taxes. 
Poor, 25 cents per $100 value Real Estate 


1 1 




1 




and Slaves, and 50 ets per poll. 


7,88239 




Soldier's Families, 25 cents per $100 va- 








lue Real Estate and Slaves, and oOcts. 








per poll, 

Total amount, 


3,177,55 




$ 11,059 


194 



182 



DoCDMENT 1^0. 8. 



[Session? 





Comptroller's Ideportfor the Fiscal 


1862. 


No. 55.— PITT COUNTY. 

Wm. H. Pekkins, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 365,239 

Valuation Land, $1,981,333 

Town Property, $86,268 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 3,958 


92 




Town Property, 


172 


53 




White Polls, 


443 


20 




Free Black Polls, 


9 


60 




Slaves, 


4,037 


21 




Money on hand or on deposit. 


2,133 


m 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


560 


25 




Salaries and Fees, 


75 






Studs and Jacks, 


97 


50 




Gold Watches, $86.93 ; Silver do., $24.82, 


111 


75 




Pianos, $55.50; Plate and Jewelry, $29.28, 


84 


78 




Riding Vehicles, 


320 


05 




Note Shavers, $5.75 ; Cattle, Yc, 


5 


82 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


42 


07 




Valuation of other Property, 


2 


41 




Dead-Heads on Kailroads, 


7 


72 




Merchants' Capital, 


70 


m 




Retailers, 


90 






Spirituous Liquors manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


63 


30 




Liquor Dealers, 


196 


85 




Buying and Selling Slaves, 


13 


63 




Marriage License, 


27 


16 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


1 


96 




Deeds for Keal Estate, 


3 


40 




Delinquents for 1861, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


19 


90 




$ 12,549 


33 










Poor, 


$ 1,500 






County Purposes, 


1,497 


92 




Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount, 


3,000 




t 


I 5,997 


92 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



183 



Year ending Septemher 30th, 1862. 



862. 


No. 56.— rOLK COUNTY. 








J. L. Ward, Sheriff. 








Acres Land, 91,765 








Valuation Land, $379,734 








Town Property, $18,227 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 746 


33 




Town Property, 


36 


45 




White Polls, 


54 


40 




Free Black Polls. 


4 


80 




Slaves, 


420153 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


59 


15 




Studs and Jacks, 


52 






Gates, 


4 






Gold Watches, 


6 


75 




Silver Watches, 


3 


54 




Flarps, 


5 






Pianos, 


4 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


1 


30 




Riding A^ehicles, 


32 


85 




Note Shavers, 


3i30 




Horses, 




48 




Mules, 


1 


35 




Cattle, 




30 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 




85 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








giaiii in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


324 


90 




Merchants' Capital, 


7 


63 




Marriage License, 


8 






Dfieds Tor Real Estate, 


3 


50 




Privileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


2 


40 




$ 1,783 


31 










Poor, 14^ cents per $100 valuation of all 








propert}"-. 


$ 900 






County Purposes, 29f cents do.. 

Total amount, 


1,882 


19 




$ 2,782 


19 



18^ 



DocuaiENT No; 8. 



[Session 



Comjptrollei^s Report for the Fiscal 



1S62. 


1 

No. 57.— EANDOLPH COUNTY. 

Joseph W. Steed, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 455,892 
Valuation Land, $1,831,863 
Town Property, $58,600 

State T^iXES. 








Land, 


$ 3,679 


50 




Town Property, 


117 


50 




White Polls, 


1,008 






Free B'k Polls, $28.80; Slaves, $1,165.68, 


1,194 


48 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


1,185 


71 




Salaries and Fees, 


64 


30 




Studs and Jacks, 


115 


50 




Gold Watches, 


26 


15 




Silver Watches, 


32 


9S 




Pianos, 


18 






Plate and Jewelry, 




95 




Riding Vehicles, 


213 


25 




Note Shavers, $2.90 ; Horses, .$2.64, 


5 


54 




Mules, $2.51 ; Cattle, 45ct8., 


2 


9G 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


18 


13 




Valuation of other Property, 


18 


15 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


2.443 


05 




Mei-chants' Capital, 


62 


53 




Retailers, 


30 






Patent Medicines, 


20 


85 




Marriage License, 


68 


87 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


9 


70 




Deeds for Iteal Estate, 


13 


10 




Liquor Dealers, 


22 


50 




Collateral Descent. 

Gross amount, 


5 






% 1(\.376 


70 




Count i' Taxes. 





— 




Poor, $750; County Purposes, $2,500, 


3250 




• 


Schools, $1,900 ; Insane Asylum $400, 


2300, 




Total amount^ 


$ -nSoO 





lS62-'63.] 



DOCTJMENT No. 8. 



1S5 



Year ending September 30^A, 1S62. 



1862. 


Xo. 58.— EICHMOND COUNTY. 










John A. Long, Sheriff. 










Acres Land, 487,541 










Valuation Land, $1,234,467 










Town Property, $11,895 








State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,454 


78 




Town Property, 


23 


79 




White Polls, 


285 


60 




Free Black Polls, 


20 






Slaves, 


3,624 


83 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


727 


04 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


1,762 


04 




Salaries and Fees, 


73 


28 




Studs and Jacks, 


59 






Toll Brido^es, Gates and Ferries, 


77 


37 




Gold Watches, $40 ; Silver do., $25.72, 


65 


72 


.: . 


Pianos, 


34 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


41 


10 


■:• : 


Riding Vehicles, 


215 






Note Shavers, $5.90 ; Cattle, 13c., 


6 


03 


■<- 


Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


17 


01 


> 


Valuation of other Property, 




20 


. , ■: 


Retailers, $30 ; Liquor Dealers, $15.41, 


45 


41 




t Marriage License, 


8 


73 




|Moi tgages and Deeds, 


3 


88 




1 Deeds tor Real Estate, 


4 


37 


■' -"r - 


Privileged Voters, 


2 


40 




Arrears for Insolvents, 


1 


60 




Laurel Hill Fair Tax, 


6 


25 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


18 


50 




1$ 9,578 


43 








<■' 


Poor, 


$ 2,000 




'•-- ■ 


County Purposes, 


6,436 


80 




Soldiers' Families, 


3,000 






Railroads, 


3,257 


96 






Total amount, 


.$* 14,694 


76 



186 



Document No. 8. 



[Session 



Com/ptroller^s Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No. 59.— ROBESON COUNTY. 

Reuben King, Sherifl'. 

Acres Land, 607,587 

Valuation Land, |1,551,777 

Town Property,^ $M,770 

* State Taxes. 








Land, $3,103.55; Town Property, $89.54-, 


3,193 


09 




White Polls, 


484 






Free Bl'k polls, $97.60; Slaves, $3,372.14, 


3,469 


74 




Money on hand or on deposit. 


718 


49 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


73 


60 




Salaries and Fees, 


74 


27 




iStuds and Jacks, 


28 






Gold Watches, $40.30; Silver do. $16.97, 


57 


27 




Pianos, 


33 






Plate and Jewelry, 


5 


11 




Riding Yehicles, 


253 


05 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


11 


48 




Valuation of other Property, 


1 


60 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, . 


84 






Merchants' Capital, 


1 


72 




Retailers, 


30 






Patent Medicines, 




50 




Liquor Dealers, 


65 


98 




Marriage License, 


27 






Deeds for Real Estate, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


6 


50 




$ 8,618 


40 










Poor, 2|- cents per $100 valuation of all 








property and 5 cents per poll. 


$ 857 


02 




County purposes, 8+ do., and 33 do., 


2,973 


58 




Schools, 2|- do., and 5 do., 


857 


02 




Public Buildings, 2|- do., and 5 do,. 


857 


02 




Jury, 3-^ do., and 13 do., 


1,187 


74 




Soldiers' Families, 10 do., and 40 do., 
Total amount, 


3,573 


49 




$ 10,305 


87 



lS62-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



187 



Vear ending Septemher SOth, 1862. 






1862. 


No. 60.— EOCKINGHAM COUNTY. 

Walker Smith, SheriflP. 

Acres Land, 310,784 

Yaln.ation Land, $2,061,511 

Town Property, $62,505 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 4,132 


23 




Town Property, 


125 


01 




White Polls, 


571 


20 




Free Bl'k Polls, $2L80 ; Slaves, $4,451 .09, 


4,475 


89 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


2,195 


83 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


101 


16 




Salaries and Fees, 


102 






Studs ;.nd Jacks, 


42 






Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 


50 


95 




Gold Watches, §92.60; Silver do., $24.38, 


116 


98 




Pianos, .$64.50; Plate 6: Jewelry, $58.45, 


122 


95 




Riding Vehicles, 


322 


60 




Note Shavers, 


4 


30 




Horses, 


2 


48 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


47 


58 




Valuation of other Property, 


191 


84 




Merchants' Ca])ital, 


59 


89 




Retailers, 


150 






iHorse and Mule Drovers, 


7 


10 




'Patent Medicines, 




25 




Marriage License, 


53 


35 




.Mortgages and Deeds, 


'/ 


^■> 




iDeeds for Real Estate, 


l6j!i.S 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


1,707 


75 




Liquor Dealers, 


265 


44 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 


55 






$ 14,924 


64 




County Taxes. 
Poor, 








2,500 






County Purposes and Jury, 


1,500 






Soldiers' Families, 


15,903 


76 




Insane Asylum, 

Total amount, 


300 






$ 20,203 


76 



188 



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Comptroller'^ s Report for the Fiscal 



No. 61.— EOWAN COUNTY. 

Wm. a. Walton, Sheriff, 
Acres Land, 314,521 

Valuation Land, $2,083,149 

Town Property, $521,270 

State Taxes. 
Land, $4,140.54; T'n Prop'ty, $1,044.54, 
White Polls, $730.40; Free B'k do,$3.20, 
Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
Bank Dividends received or dne, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 
Gold Watches, $119.85; Silver do, |41. 87, 
Pianos, $73.50 ; Plate & Jewelry, $54.67, 
Riding Vehicles, $304.04; Horses $1.18, 
Mules, 72 cts. ; Cattle, 8 cts.. 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 

grain in this State, at oOc. per gallon. 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 
Bowling Alleys, 
Express Companies, 
Livery Stables, 
Exhibitions for Reward, 
Liq'r Deal's, $138.30 ; Playing Cards, $9, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Privileged Voters, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross am(>unt. 
County Taxes. 
Poor, 12,000 ; Co. Purposes, $11,142.92, 
Schools, 

Total amount, 



5,185 

733 

3,310 

2,776 

546 

174 

137 

33 

161 

128 

305 

71 

2 

1,606 

300 

360 

50 

25 

75 

10 

147 

50 

1 

20 

2 

11 



01 
60 
26 
16 
18 
60 

75 
72 
17 
22 
80 
21 
58 

80 
43 



I 16,227 



$ 13,142 
2,000 



15,14292 



30 
44 
94 
37 
40 
75 

69 



03 



1862-'63.] 



Document No. S. 



189 



Tear ending &q)tem'ber ZOth, 1862. 



l&d^. 



No. 62 — RUTHEEFOPvD COUNTY. 

Martin Walkee, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 243,045 

Valuation Land, $1,164,030 

Town Property, $83,975 

State Taxes. 
Land, $2,328.06; Town Property, $167.95, 
White Polls, $234.40; Slaves, $1,943.46, 
Free Black Polls, 
Money on hand or on deposit, 
jSalaries and Fees, 

jStuds and Jacks, $68 ; Gates, $7.50, 
Gold Watches $31.23 ; Silver do. $13.18, 
Harps, $2.50; Piiinos, $22.50, 
jPlate and Jewelry, 
Riding Vehicles, " 

'Note Shavers, $25.30 ; Horses, 89c., 
jMules, $2.61 ; "Cattle, 39c., 
jHousehold and Kitchen Furniture, 
{Valuation of other property, 
[Spirituous Liquors manufactured from 
gi-ain in this State, at 30cts. per gallon, 
Merchants' Capital, 

Retailers, $30 ; Liquor Dealers, $212.50. 
Marriage License, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Ccllateial Descent, | 

Additional Returns by former Sheriff, ! 



Gross amount. 

County Taxes. j 

Poor, 6 cts. per $100 valuation of all pro- 
perty, and 5 cts. ])8r poll, ' 

County purposes, 2 cts. per $100 valua-' 
tion of all property, and 4 cts. per poll,! 

Public Buildings, 2 cts. per $lo'o valua-! 
tion of all property, and 3 cts. pei- poll. 

Insane Asylum, 1 cent per $100 valua-' 
tion of all property, and 4 cts. per poll,' 

Total amonnt, ' 



2,496!01 

2,177j80 

560 

662176 

42| 

75150 

4441 



25 

6 

.119 

26 

3| 

7j37 
2 08 



00 
38 
10 
19 



960 

242 
45 



45 

89 
50 
59 

7176 

2j 

423 



6,95f;;0S 

I 

1,547|44 
53044 
524117 
277 76 



$ 2,87981 



190 



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[Session 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



No. 63.— SAMPSON COUNTY. 

John A. Oates, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 513,868 

Valuation Land, $1,663,869' 

Town Property, $80,375j 

State Taxes. I 

Land, 

iTown Property, 
iWliite Polls, 
jFree Black Polls, 
jSlaves, 

iMoney on hand or on deposit, 
jBauk Dividends received or due, 
iSalaries and Fees, 
jStuds and Jacks, 
iBnyinor and selling Slaves, 
-Gold Watches, 
iSilver Watches, \ 

; Pianos, 

|Plate and Jewelry, 
;l\idinoj Vehicles, 

l^ote Shavers, $33.1.5 ; ITorses, |4.7^), 
'Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
IjValuation of other Propert}-, 
Dead- Heads on Railroads, 
Retailers, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 

grain in this State, at 30c per gallon. 
Liquor Dealers, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
iPrivileged Voters, 

Gross amount, 

CouKTY Taxes. 
Poor and Asy-lum, 
County Purposes, 

Total amount, 



3,327 

160 

440 

45 

4,739 

931 

241 

154 

72 

96 

26 

68 

3]|98 

299125 

37194 
,3579 



90 

75 
80 
6(» 
98 
,81 
95 
70 



38 

m 

07 



2t)7 

- 5 

120 

220 
50 
19 



35 
40 



42 



40 



2 91 
1309 



$ 11,50463 



$ 2,246|S9 
22,468194 



24,71583 



1862-'63.] 



Document Ko. 8. 



191 



Year ending Septemler 30ih, 1862. 



1862. 




1 




Xo. 64.— STANLY COUNTY. 








Joseph Maksitall, Sherifl'. 








Acres Land, 236,638 








Valiiation Land, ^n56791 








Town Property, $9,820 








State Taxes. 








Land, $l,313.9a; Town Prop'ty, $19.64, 


$ 1,333 


62 




White Polls, 


368 






Free Black Polls, $1.60; Slaves, 1^939.21,! 


940 


81 




jMone_7 on hand or on deposit, 


365 


64 




Salaries and Fees, 


19 






Studs and Jacks, 


98 






Toll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 


32 


50 




Gold Watches, 815.35 ; Silverdo, $15.89, 


31 


24 




Pianos, SI. 50 ; Plate & Jewelry, 15c. 


1 


65 




Rd'g Veh'ls, $82.60; Note Sh'vrs, $203.10, 


285 70 




Horses, $1.26 ; Cattle, 13c', 


139 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


4 74 




Valuation of other Property, 


80 




Retailers, 


60 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 






grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


33315 




Liquor Dealers, 


97 75 




Marriage License, 


11 




! 


Mortgages and Deeds, j 


2 






Deeds for Real Estate, 


2 






Arrears for Insolvents, ! 
Gross amount, ; 


19 


20 




§ 4,008 


19 




1 
County Taxes, 








Poor, 


$ 644 


36 




County Purposes, 

Total amount, 


2,481 S6 




$ 3,126 


22 



193 



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[Sossion 



Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



No. 65.— STOKES COUNTY. 
Nathaniel Mooky, Sheriff'. 



Acres Land, 
Yal nation Land, 
Town Property, 



259,574^ 

$970,305.50 
$26,533 



State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
White Polls, 

Free Black Polls, $6.40; Slaves, $1,569.09 
Money on hand or on deposit, 
Bank Dividends received or due. 
Salaries and Fees, 
S[nds and Jacks, 
Gold Watches, 
Silver Watches, 

Pianos, $15; Plate and Jewelry, $2.66, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Note Shavers, 

Horses, $3.34 ; Mules, .$2.54; Cattle, $32c. 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Spirituous Liquors manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds, 
Deeds for Ileal Estate, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 2 cents per $100 valuation of all 

property, and 15 cts. per poll, 
County purposes, 18 do., and 30 do., 

Total amount, 



% 



1,941 
53 

440 
1,575 

510 
12 
38 



15 

17 

77 

26 

6 

10 



33 

or 

so 

49 
19 
42 



68 

77 

40 
20 
20 
50 



39172 

1,578160 




18G2-'63.] 



Document No. 8. 



193 



year ending September SOth, 1862. 



1862. 



IS'o. 66.— SURRY COUNTY. 

Wm. Haymore, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 310,381 

Valuation Land, $1,076,080 

Town Property, $18,128 

j State Taxes. 

jLand, 

[Town Property, 
.White Polls, 
jFree Black Polls, 
jSlaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
iBank Dividends received or due, 
[Salaries and Fees, 
|Studs and Jacks, 
jToll Bridges and Ferries, 
Gold Watches, 811.31 5 Silver do. $9.37, 
IHarps, $7..50 ; Pianos. $16.50, 
iPistol, $1.25 ; Plate and Jewelry, $4.22, 
Riding Yehicles, 
Note Shavers^ 

Horses, $1,435 Mules, $3.21; Cattle, $1.20, 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other property, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30c. per galloDj 
Liquor Dealers, 
Retailers, 
Marriage License, 
Mortgages and Deeds) 
Deeds for Real Estate^ 
Privileged VoterSj 
Collateral Descent^ 

tiross amount, 
Cot'iJTt Taxes. 
Poor, 

County Purposes, 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 



Doc. No. 8.] 



1 " 



Total amounf, 



2,15495 



96 
556 



26 

80 
80 
70 
91 



50 

I 

05 
71 



908 
566! 
20 
44i 
40 
5 1 
20' 
24i 

5!4r 

4695 

1710 

884 

1007 

14858 

1)06715 
1425 
90 

1^* 
Gr79 
240 
20 



5,940 



54 



1,100 
3,17655 

150 

$ 4,42C'55. 



194: 



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[Session 



Comptroller'' s Report for the Fiscal 



1862. 


No.67.— TRANSYLYAKIA COUNTY. 

RoBEET Hamilton, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 144,74S 
Yaluation Land, $433,461 

State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 869 


04 




White Polls, 


253 


60 




Free Black Polls, 


3 


20 




Slaves, 


358 


67 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


165 


38 




Salaries and Fees, 


14 


12 




Studs and Jacks, 


44 






Gates, 


15 


57 




Gold Watches, 


9 


30 




Silver Watches, 


6 


89 




Pianos, 


9 






Plate and Jewelry, 


22 


22 




Riding Yehicles, 


39 


35 




Horses, ^8; Mules, $7.18, 


15 


18 




Cattle, 


7 


11 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


8 


40 




Valuation of other Property, 


5 


27 




Merchants' Capital, 


9 


96 




Bowling Alleys, 


10 






Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


134 


10 




Liquor Dealers, 


8 


75 




Marriage License, 


10 


67 




Mortgages and Deeds, 




97 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


3 


88 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


1 


16 




$ 2,026 


29 




1 


QQ 




Poor, 


$ 572 


35 




County Purposes, 


1,144 


37 




PubHc Buildings, 

Total amount, 


572 


35 




$ 2,289 


07 



i8G2-'63.] 



DocuiiENT No. 8. 



195 



Year ending SepUmh&)' ZOth, 1863. 



1862. 



No. 68.— UNION COUNTY. 

C. Austin, Sheriff. 

Acres Land, 373,075| 

Valuation Land, $1,170,813 

Town Property, $46,661 

I State Taxes. 

Land, 

Town Property, 

White Polls, 

Free Black Polls, 

Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 

iSalaries and Fees, 

jStuds and Jacks, 

Gold Watches, 

Silver "Watches, 

[Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Note Shavers, 

jMnles, 

jCattle, 

jHousehold and Kitchen Furniture, 

jSpirituous Liquors manufactured from 

I grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 

jMerchants' Capital, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Marriage License, 

Mortgages and Deeds, 

Deeds for Real Estate, 

Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 

County Purposes, 
Railroad, 

Total amount, 



$ 



2,490 

2Z 

470 



l.Of 



22 
33 
4(.) 
2 40 



913.32 



190 

20 

20 

9 

1 

179 

44 

4 

1 

5 



56 
15 

27 
05 
40 
19 

15 

70 




16,61lJ[)4 



75 60 

27 60 

138 

35 89 



1U6 



DbCtiMEITT' I^O. B.- 



[Sessiow 



Ootnptrolley'^s Meportfor the Fiscal 



Ko. e^-.— WAKE COUNTY, 

Wm. K. His-u, S'beri^. 

Acres of Land, 502,173 

Valaation LanJ^ $;3,210,870 

Town Property, ^^44,^58 

State Taxes. 
Land, $6,120.14;-.Town PropV, $1,&89.91, 
White Polls, $1,004.40; Slaves, 7,040.32, 
Free Black Polls, 
Monej on hand 07 on deposit. 
Bank Dividends received or daCj 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Bnyinp^ and Selling Slaves^ 
Daguerreotypists, 

add Watches, S34S'.61 ; Silver do, $63.52 
Pianos, $237 y Plate & J ewelrv, $262.9-3,; 
Rid'g V ehieles, $583.55; Note Sh's, $24.90; 
Commissions on Co'mmission Merchants, 
Horses, $1.77 ; Mules, 75c.; Cattle, 8c., 
Household and Kitchen Fnniitsre, 
Valuation of other property, 
Dead-Heads c/n Kailroads, 
Spirituous Liquors Sfanufaetured from 
g-rain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 
^Merchants' Capital, 
'Retailers $390; Billiard Tables, $125, 
i[nsurance Co^s, $100; Express Go's $25, 
I Auctioneers, $82.26; Pt. Medicines $30, 
jExliibitions for Reward, 
iLiquor Ders,$1495.15; Liv, Stablss, $125, 
iMarriage License, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Playing Cards, 
.Collateral Descent, 

j Gross Amonnt 

1 

QtTNTT TaXKS. 

[County purposes, 



; 7,810 

8,044 

112 

4,281 

1,750 



163 

22 
407 
499 
608 



8 



05 
72- 
80 
81 
71 
29 



50 
13 
93 
4& 
35 

m 

198.54 
67181 
24 b2 



202 
1,798 

515 

125! 

112 

10 

1,620 

119 
94 
40 

854 



80 
12 



26 

15- 
31 
09- 

SO' 



.$ 30,201 



74 



8. 1 9,431 17 1 



i€62-'63.] 



BOCUMEK-T Ho. 6. 



107 



Year ending Septemher SOih, 1862. 



i862. 



Ko. 70.— WARREN COUNTY. 



Nato''l R. Jones. Siaeriff. 
Acres Land, ' 307,003. 

Viilnation Land, $2,001,214^ 

Town Property, $171,980 

State Taxes. 
Land, S3,9t)-2.S2; Town Property, $343.96, 
Free Prck Polls, $28; Slaves, §6,521.67, 
Money on iiand and on deposit, 
Bank Divid-ends received or due. 
Salaries a.nd Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
jiToll Bridges, Gates and Ferries, 
iGold Watches, $137,50; Silver do.,$20.46,i 
iHarps, $2.50; Piaoos, $130.50, 
i Plate & Jewelry, 
jRiding Vehicles, 
I Horses, $5.80; Cattle, 30c., 
jHonsehold and Kitchen Furiiiture, ij 

{Valuation of other Property, I 

[Dead- Heads on Railroads, Ij 

Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from!! 
I grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, | 
JMerch ants' CapitaJ, ij 

jlletailers, S60; Pilliaj-d Tables, $125, ■ | 
jExpress Companies, ;i 

[Patent Medicines, 
jiMarriage License, 
'Mortgages and Deeds, 
jlDeeds for Real Estate, 
j Playing Cards, 
ilLiquor Dealers, 
Collatera,! Descent, 

GiNDss amount, 

County Taxes. 
I'County Purposes, 
jiSoldiers^ Families, 



Total amount, 



j 4,330 7S 

;6.549!67 

2,145!74 

69162 

. 25l| 

69 ■ 

61 125 

157j9t> 

1331 

; 137 67 

': 3377.5 



92 



21J50 

857|95 

3675 



1^,074 1»3 




$ 15,240 



188 



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1^62. 






— 




Ko. 71.— WATAUGA COUNTY. 

A, J. McBkide, Slieriif. 

Icres Land, 184,765 
Valuation Land, $401,901 
Town Property, $3,745 

State Taxes-. 








Land, 


$ 803 


80 




Town Property, 


7 


49 




White Polls, 


308 


80 




I^ree Black Polls, $2.40 ; Slaves, $93.40, 


95 


80 




!\Ioney on hand or on deposit,. 


68 


86 




Stads and Jacks,^ 


16 






Sold Watches^ 


2 


90 




Silver Watches, 


1 


63 




?late and Jewelry, 




56 




L-liding Vehicles, 


7 


90 




N'ote Shavers, $1 ; Horses, .^12.G4, 


13 


64 


Mules, $9.5S ; Cattle, $10.31, 


19 


89 




'lousehold and Kitchen Furniture,. 


4 


60 




Valuation of other Property, 


14 


76 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


19 


80 




Merchants' Capital, 


12 


05 




Patent Medicines^ 


2 


50 




Marriage License, 


6 


79 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


1 


94 




Subjects Unlisted, 


3 






Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 


70 






% 1,482 


71 




County Taxes. 


1 






Jounty Purposes, 


1$ 1,451 


04 



1862 -'63.] 



DoCTJilENT Ko. 8. 



1&9 



Year ending Sepieniber SOM, 1862. 



1862. 


No. 72.— WAYNE COUNTY. 

John R. Smith, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 334,100 

Yalnation Land, $2,207,596 

Town Property, $233,123 

State Taxes. 








Land, $1,418.65; Town Property, $466.70, 


$ 4,885 


35 




White Polls, 


316 


80 




Free B\'k Polls, $32 ; Slaves, $3,300.76, 


3,332 


76 




Money on band or on deposit, 


1,887 


75 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


210 


19 




Salaries and Fees, 


198 


05 




Studs and Jacks, 


69 






Dasjuerreotypists. 


12 






Gotd Watches, $91.90; Silver do., $30.26, 


122 


16 




Pianos, $78; Plate & Jewelry, $46.31, 


124 


31 




Riding Vehicles, 


205 


45 




Note Sh'rs, $17; Horses, $2.51; Cattle, 30c, 


10 


81 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


37 


90 




Valuation of other Property, 


67 


16 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


48 


94 




Merchants' Capital, 


348 


55 




Retailers, 


210 






Exhibitions for Reward, 


60 






Billiard Tables, $375 ; Express Go's, $25, 


400 






Auctioneers, $3.30; Pat't Medicines, $10, 


13 


30 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


170 


10 




jLiquor Dealers, 


627 


10 




Marriage License, 


58 


20 




Mortgages and Deeds, 


1 


94 




Deeds for Real Estate. 


22 


31 




Play'g Cards, $31; Privileged Voters, $4, 


35 






Delinquents for 1861, 


100 


m 




Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 


82 


44 




$ 13,657 


23 




County Taxes. 
Poor, and County Purposes, 








$ 6,378 


51 




Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount. 


5,218 


78 




$ 11,597 


29 



200 



1)ocuMent JTo. 8. 



[Session 





Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 


1862. 


No. 73.— WILKES COUNTY. . 

E. M. Smith, Sheriff. 
Acres Land, 387,707 
ValnatioD Land, $1,065,816 








Town Property, $25,304 
State Taxes. 








Land, 


$ 2,131 


72 




Town Property, 


50 


61 




Wliite Polls, 


653 


60 




Free Black Polls, $12 ; Slaves, $806.55, 


818155 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


490 


83 




Bank Dividends received or due, 


4 






Salaries and Fees, 


34 






Studs and Jacks, 


^^ 






Gold Watches, 


10 


67 




Silver Watches, 


9 


56 




Pianos, 


16 


50 




Plate and Jewelry, 


7 


15 




Ridinsc Vehicles, 


68 


85 




Note Shavers, $8; Horses, $15.30, 


23 


30 




Mules, $17.23 ; Cattle, $5.28, 


22 


51 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


8 


06 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c per gallon, 


1,635 


15 




Merchants' Capital, 


5 


27 




Retailers, 


30 






Liquor Dealers, 


69 


48 




Marriage License, 


25 






Mortgages and Deeds, 


20 


10 




Dehnquents for 1861, 




80 




Produce Dealers, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


40 


20 




% 6,231 


91 










Poor, 


% 954 


67 




County Purposes, 


2,226 


33 




Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount, 


1,206 


61 




% 4,387 


61 



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Document ISTo. 8. 



201 



Year ending Septemher SOth, 1862. 



1862. 


Xo. 74.— WILSON COUNTY. 

S. M. Warren, Tax Collector. 

Acres Land, 204,760 
Valuation Land, $1,U;9,722 
Town Property, $178,955 

State Taxes. 








Land, $2,340.26 ; Town Prop'ty, $357.38, 


i$ 2,697 


64 




White Polls, 


269 


60 




Free EPk Polls, $32. ; Slaves, $2,619.08, 


2,651 


08 




Money on hand or on deposit, 


1,009|29 




Bank Dividends received or due. 


147 72 




Salaries & Fees, $140.50; St'ds & J'cks, 864 


204 50 




Gold Watches, $73.17 ; Silver do, $20.97, 


9414 




Pianos, $52.50; Plate & Jewelry, $25.97, 


7847 




Rid'g Veh'ls, $193.42; N'te Sh's, $189.70, 


38312 




Horses, 51c. ; Mules, $1.19; Cattle, 24c. 


197 




Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


35!03 




Valuation of other Property, 


539|82 




Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


3 


50 




Merchants' Capital, 


78 


55 




Retailers, 


150 






Express Co's, .'$25 ; Livery Stables, $25, 


50 






Patent Medicines, 


7 


50 




Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 








grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 


331 


65 




Marriage License, 


16 


49 




Deeds for Real Estate, 


2280 




Playing Cai-ds, 


1250 




Liquor Dealers, 

Gross amount, 
County Taxes. 


54 


95 




$ 8,840 


32 










Poor, 


$ 603 


04 




Patrol, 


654 


77 




County Purposes, 

Total amount, 


11,877 


31 

12 




$ 13,135 



202 



Document N"©. 8, 



[Session" 



Comptroller'' 8 Itepovifor the Fiscal 



No. 75.— YADKIN COUNTY. 



W. W. Long, Sheriff. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



207,558 

$990,273^ 

$21,9301 



State Taxes. 
Land, 

Town Property, 
White Polls, 
Free Black Polls, 
Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
Salaries and Fees, 
Studs and Jacks, 
Grates and Ferries 

Gold Watches, $20.85 ; Silver do., $13.27, 
Pianos, $22.50; Plate and Jewelry, $9.70, 
Riding Vehicles, 
Note Shavers, 

Horses, $3.25; Mnles, $14.65; Cattle, 16c, 
Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, j 

Spirituous Liquors manufactured fromj 

grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon. 
Merchants' Capital, 
Retailers, 
Liquor Dealers, 
Marriage License, 
Deeds for Real Estate, 
Collateral Descent, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 



County Purposes, 
Soldiers' Families, 



Total amount. 




$ 5.454 



50 



33 



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Document No. S. 



203 



Year ending Septeiyiher 30/A, 1862. 



1802. 



Ko. 7G.— YANCEY COUNTY. 



W. W. Proffitt, Sheriff. 



Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Town Property, 



153,544 

$346,518 

§8,136 



State Taxes. 
Laud, 

Town Property, 
White Polls, 
Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 
Studs and Jacks, 
(Gold TVatches, 
[Silver Watches, 
Plate and Jewelry, 
Riding A'ehicles, 
Florses, 
Mules, 
Cattle, 

Household and Kitchen Furniture, 
Valuation of other Property, 
Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 
grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 

Gross amount, 

County Taxes. 
Poor, 

County Purposes, 
Public Buildings, 
Patrol, 
Soldiers' Families, 

Total amount, 



Aggregate amount of State Taxes, 
Aggregate amount of County Taxes, 



693 

16 

219 

241 



03 
27 
20 
70 



115 43 

24 
130 
448 
ll07 



4 

18 

7 



50 
18 
21 



1043 

6:40 

12 35 



1,382;05 



115 



05 



46020 
23010 
115 05 
69029 



$ 1,610 69 



712,977 
736,297 



12 

88 



204 



Document No. 8. [Session 

Comptrollei'' s Report for the Fiscal 



STATEMENT, 

Kxhibiting the niimher of White and I'ree Colored Polls, 
and the amount of Poll Taxes paid into the Puhlw 
Treasury, in 1862, l)i/ the several Counties from xohich 
returns were received prior to the close of the Fiscal year, 
ending September 30, 1862 : 



Counties. 


White Polls. 


Free Col'd 
Polls. 


Poll Taxes. 


Alamance, 


732 


53 


628 




Alexander, 


408 


3 


328 


80 


Alle2jliany, 


252 




201 




Anson, 


241 


2 


7 94 


40 


Ashe, 


664 


12 


540 


70 


Bertie, 


485 


21 


436 


80 


Bladen, 


41 


31 


57 


60 


Buncombe, 


335 


7 


274 


40 


Bnrke, 


472 




378 


40 


Cabarrus, 


458 


10 


375 


20 


Caldwell, 


39"J 


8 


325 


60 


Caswell, 


245 


35 


224 




Catawba, 


514 


3 


413 


60 


Chatliaii!, 


867 


24 


712 


80 


Cherokee, 


'500 


5 


404 




Claj, 


187 


2 


151 


20 


Cleveland, 


625 


9 


507 


20 


Columbus, 










Cumberland, 


! 548 


39 


469 


60 


Davidson, 


! 1,371 


10 


1,050 


40 


Davie, 


366 


5 


300 


80 


Duplin, 


374 


20 


315 


20 


Edgecombe, 


1 560 


20 


464 




Forsyth, 


1 1,079 


23 


899 


20 


Franklin, 


j 426 


46 


377 


60 


Gaston, 


1 354 


11 


294 


40 



lS62-'63.] Document K"o. 8. 

Year ending September SOth, 1862. 



20: 



&T:ATEME^T.—{Co7iimued.) 



1 

GOVNTIKS. 1 




1 




White Polls. 


Tree ColM 


Poll Taxes. 


1 


i 
1 


Polls. 
54 




Granville, 


777 


661 


so 


Greene, 


298 


6 


243 


20 


Guilford, 


1.354 


57 


1,128 


8.0 


Halifax, 


435 


200 


508 




Harnett, 


226 




180 


80 


Haywood, 


369 


1 


298 


40 


Henderson, 


645 


6 


440 


80 


Hertford, 


227 


67 


235 


20 


Hyde, 


250 


24 


219 


20 


Iredell, 


844 




675 


20 


Jackson, 


340 


3 


284 




Johnston, 


832 


20 


681 


60 


Lenoir, 


260 


13 


218 


40 


Lincoln, 


417 


5 


337 


60 


Macon, 


610 


2 


411 


20 


Madison, 


, 120 


3 


98 


40 


Martin, 


; 448 


47 


410 


40 


McDowell, 


1 345 


20 


293 


60 


INIecklenburg, 


1 721 


15 


589 


00 


Mitchell, 


219 


7 


180 


80 


INIontgoinery, 


402 


9 


328 


80 


Moore, 


632 




505 


60 


Nash, 


225 


60 


228 


80 


Kew Hanover, 


' 643 


53 


556 


80 


Korthanupttm, 


435 


91 


424 


SO 


(Onslow, 


287 


7 


235 


20 


Orancje, 


j 774 


81 


644 




Person, 


318 


27 


277 


60 


Pitt, 


654 


12 


452 


S& 


Polk, 


68 


6 


59 


20 


Randolph, 


1,358 


36 


1,036 


80 


Kichmond, 


355 


25 


305 


t;o 


Robeson, 


605 


122 


581 


60 


Rockingham, 


711 


31 


696 




V^O-^'iilif 


1 1)13 


4 


1 '~ •.> 

1 too 


tX) 



206 



Document No. 8. [Session 

Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



^TA^TEKE^T.— {Continued.) 



CoUNTlEg. 


White Polls. 


1 

Free Col'd | 


Poll Taxes. 






Polls. 




Rutherford, 


293 


7 


240 




Sampson, 


551 


57 


486 


40 


Stanly, 


4G0 


2 


369 


60 


Stokes, 


551 


8 


447 


20 


Surry, 


696 


11 


565 


60 


Transj^lvania, 


310 


4 


256 


30 


Union, 


588 


3 


472 


80 


Wake, 


1,318 


141 


1,117 


20 


Warren, 




35 


28 




Watauga, 


386 


3 


311 


20 


Wayne, 


394 


40 


348 


SO 


Wilkes, 


815 


15 


665 


60 


Wilson, 


336 


40 


301 


60 


Yadkin, 


723 


6 


583 


20 


Yancey, 


274 




219 


20 




38,021 


1,835 


$31,805 


30 



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Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



STATEMENT, 

Mehihiiing the numher of Slaves in Iforth Carolinay accord- 
ing to the Sth Census Taken in the year 1860, the num- 
her and Valuation of Slaves in the year 1862, as return- 
ed hy the assessors appointed for that purpose, and the 
taxes on said slaves in the several Counties, from which 
returns were received prior to the close of the tiseal year. 
SepUmber, 30, 1862: 





No. Slaves 


No. Slaves 






CoiniTJES. 


in 


listed 


Valuation of Slaves 


Taxes on Slaves 




1860. 


in 1862. 


in 1862. 


in 1862. 


Alamance, 


3,445 


3,375 


$ 1,032,134 


% 2,064 


27 


Alexander, 


611 


636 


332,070 


664 


14 


Alleghany, 


206 


211 


83,587 


167 


17 


Anson, 


6,951 


6,700 


2,167,176 


4,334 


35 


Ashe, 


391 


384 


146,668 


293 


33 


Eeaufort, 


6,878 










Bertie, 


8,186 


8,410 


2,524,106 


6,048 


21 


Bladen, 


5,327 


5,308 


1,565,397 


3,130 


79 


Brunswick, 


3,631 


■ 








Bnncombe, 


1,931 


1,880 


731,268 


1,462 


53 


Bnrke, 


2,371 


2,149 


670,104 


1,341 


80 


Cabarrns, 


3,040 


3,189- 


1,224,673 


2,474 


15 


Caldwell, 


1,088 


1,100 


349,069 


698 


14 


Camden, 


4,492 










Carteret, 


7,398 










Caswell, 


9,355 


8,882 


2,982,685 


6,965 


37 


Catawba, 


1.664 


1,720 


734,864 


1,469 


72 


Chatham, 


6,246 


6,679 


2,004,465 


4,008 


93 


Cherokee, 


619 


423 


197,775 


395 


55 


Chowan, 


3,713 










Clay, 




123 


52,725 


•105 


45 


Cleveland, 


2,131 


2,016 


891,378 


1,789 


95 


Oolnmbus, 


2,463 


2,754 


696,240 


1,400 


48 


Craven, 


6,190 











IgCa-'Sa.] DOCCMESTT No, 8. 

Year ending September 30^A, 1862. 



iU3 



^TATEMEET.— {Continued.) 



\ 


Xo. Slaves 


No. Slaves 








CkWXTIES. 1 


in 


listed 


Valuation of Slaves 


Taxes on Slaves 


1 


1860. 


in 1862. 


in 1862. 


in 1862. 


Cumberland, 


5,830 


5,658 


$ 1,835,934 


$ 3,671 87 


Currituck, ! 


2,524 










Davidson, i 


3,076 


3,161 


1,036,898 


2,073 79 


Davie, 


2,392 


2,499 


855,815 


1,719 


63 


Duplin, 


7,126 


7,287 


2,172,876 


4,345 


75 


Edgecombe, 


10,108 


9,692 


3,721,446 


7,442 


89 


Forsyth, 


1,764 


1,863 


703,608 


1,407 


22 


Fianklin, 


7,079 


6,792 


1.919,413 


3,862 


83 


Gaston, 


2,199 


2,094 


709,511 


1,419 


02 


Gates, 


3,902 










Granville, 


11,086 


10,601 


3,619,110 


7,240 


62 


Greene, 


3,947 


3.995 


1,082,760 


2,165 


52 


Guilford, 


3,625 


3.883 


1,273,710 


2,547 


42 


Halifax, 


10,349 


10,365 


3,179,118 


6,358 


23 


Harnett, 


2,584 


2,228 


668,155 


1,336 


31 


Haj'wood, 


313 


425 


127,554 


255 


10 


Henderson, 


1,382 


789 


467,380 


934 


76 


Hertford, 


4,445 


4,259 


1,025,924 


2,056 


65 


Hyde, 


2,793 


2,873 


521,741 


1,043 


48 


Iredell, 


4,177 


2,904 


1,114,137 


2,228 


27 


Jackson, 


281 


274 


98,925 


197 


85 


Johnston, 


4,016 


5,080 


1,531,330 


3,062 


66 


Jones, 


3,413 










Lenoir, 


5,131 


4,869 


1,344,689 


2,689 


37 


Lincoln, 


2,115 


1,886 


718,735 


1,437 


47 


Macon, 


519 


548 


219,258 


441 


71 


Madison, 


213 


207 


85,679 


172 


15 


Martin, 


4,303 


4,388 


1,251,560 


2.509 


42 


McDowell, 


1,305 


1,278 


475,168 


950 


33 


Mecklenburg, 


6,541 


6,855 


2,443,285 


4,900 


62 


Mitchell, 




75 


22,330 


44 


66 


Montgomery, 


1,823 


1,783 


649,843 


1,299 


68 


Moore, 


2,518 


2,267 


712,906 


1,425 


81 


Nash, 


4,681 


4,721 


1,275,179 


2,55( 


35 


New Hanover, 


10,332 


9,665 


3,014,411 


6,026 


42 



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Document 'No. 8. [SessioD 

Com-ptroUer's Report for the Fiscal 



^TKTEMEl<[T.—{Contimv€d.) 





No. Slaves 


No. Slaves 






COUMTIBS. 


in 


listed 


Valivition of Slaves 


Taxes on Slavea 




IStiO. 


in 1S02. 


in 1862. 


in 1862. 


Northampton, 


6,808 


7,162 


$ 2,199,475 


i ".4,398 95 


Onslow, 


3,499 


3,415 


708,546, 


1,417 09 


Orange, 


5,109 


5,596 


1,759,279 


3,52655 


Pasquotank, 


2,983 










Perquimons, 


3,569 










Person, 


5,195 


5,515 


1,720,929 


3,441 


%Q 


Pitt, 


8,473 


8,040 


2,017,508; 


4.037 


21 


Polk, 


620 


583 


210,269' 


420 53 


Randolph, 


1,645 


1,642 


582,439 


1,16568 


Richmond, 


5,453 


5,595 


1,812,415 


3,62483 


Robeson, 


5,456 


5,900 


1,686,071 


3,37214 


Rockingham, 


6,318 


6.318 


2,225,549 


4,45109 


Rowan, 


3,929 


4,13t 


1,653,534 


3,310 26 


Rutherford, 


! 2,391 


2,370 


971,730 


1,943 46 


Sampson, 


i 7,028 


7,114 


2,369,992 


4,739 9S 


Stanly, 


! 1,169 


1,222 


469,603 


939 21 


Stokes, 


j 2,469 


2,476 


784,545 


1,569 09 


Surry, 


1,246 


1,194 


448,752 


90S 


70 


Transylvania, 




447 


179,335 


358 


67 


Tjrrel, 


1,597 










Union, 


2,246 


2,349 


995,000 


1.990 




Wake, 


10,733 


10,652 


3,520,164 


7,040 


32 


Warren, 


1 10,401 


10,123 


3,259,235 


6,521 


67 


Washington, 


2,465 










Watanga, 


104 


117 


46,700 


93 


40 


Wa) ne, 


1 5,451 


5,595 


1,650,380 


3,300 


76 


Wjlkes, 


1 ,208 


1,198 


402,075 


806 


55 


Wilson, 


3,496 


3,575 


l,309,fi^9 


2,619 


08 


Yadkin, 


1 1,433 


1,372 


450,i)5 


901 


79 


Yancey, 


1 362 


276 


L2j#50 


241 


70 




1331,081 


285,183 


$91,81%5S-0 


^183,772 


76 



1862-'63.] Document Ko. 8. 

Year ending Septemher SOih, 1862. 



215 



STATEMENT, 

Showing the amount of P-iibUc Taxes paid hy each County in 
the years 1861 and 1862, excepting those Counties from 
which no returns were received prior to the close of the fis- 
cal year, Septeinher 30, 1862 : 



Counties. 


1861. 


1862. 


Alamance, 


% 6,99221 


$ 16,644128 


Alexander, 


2,572 94 


3,98169 


Alleghany, 


1,039 80 


1,27896 


Anson, 


9,94624 


10,942 


98 


Ashe, 


2,302 


74 


2,886 


39 


Beaufort, 


13,757 


21 






Bertie, 


11,120 


89 


12,531 


42 


Bladen, 


6,495 


71 


6,722 


55 


]5runswiek, 


4,255 92 






Buncombe, . 


6,02218 


6,266 


11 


Burke, 


4,923i22 


6,118 56 


Cabarrus, 


8,466'96 


9,207 


32 


Caldwell, 


2,834 


80 


3,898 


40 


Camden, 


3,350 


55 






Cartej-et, 


3,879 


m 






Caswell, 


14,040 


^Q, 


15,917 


89 


Catawba, 


5,688 




8,805 


16 


Chatham, 


10,622 


92 


12,188 


12 


Cherokee, 


2,278 


13 


2,563 


84 


Chowan, 


6,394 


84 






Clay, 






907 


06 


Cleaveland, 


5,242 


59 


6,04<; 


19 


Columbus, 






4,276 


98 


Craven, 


17,605'58 






Cumberland, 


17,752 61 


18,901 


99 


Currituck, 


3,103 


69 






Davidson, 


9,006 


20 


11,944 


47 


Davie, 


5,664 


10 


10,126 


4T 


Duplin, 


8,906 


28 


8,934 


85 



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Document No. 8. [Session 

Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



^HKTEWE^T— {Continued.) 



Counties. 


186L 


1862. 




Edgecombe, 


20,491 


56 


23,076 


41 


Forsyth, 


9,747 


27 


16,994 


54 


Franklin, 


10,685 


99 


10,495 


76 


Gaston, 


4,608 


38 


10,690 


82 


Gates, 


6,052 


23 






Granville, 


17,393 


60 


19,153 


11 


Greene, 


5,123 


05 


5,255 


86 


Guilford, 


14,079 


72 


25,104 


08 


Halifax, 


19,152 


61 


19,5C5 


58 


Harnett, 


3,200 


61 


3,474 


85 


Haywood, 


1,687 


33 


1,780 


91 


Henderson, 


5,055 


71 


4,501 


46 


Hertford, 


8,091 


61 


6,921 


64 


Hyde, 


4,756 


62 


3,562 


11 


Iredell, 


8,621 


84 


8,881 


22 


Jackson, 


1,344 


73 


1,704 


68 


Johnston, 


8,71469| 


9,107 




Jones, 


4,347 


81 


1,700 




Lenoir, 


9,009 


61 


8,326 


54 


Lincoln, 


5,600i84 


7,132 


dQ 


Macon, 


1,989 


91 


2,053 


QQ 


Madison, 


1,164 


96 


1,397 


33 


Martin, 


9,206 


95 


7,011 


98 


McDowell, 


2,680 


54 


3,316 


08 


Mecklenburg, 


17,894 


46 


18,426 


25 


Mitchell, 






777 


07 


Montgomery, 


2,855 


71 


3,379 


88 


Moore, 


4,833 


39 


5.339 


45 


Nash, 


9,642 


QQ 


8,495 


52 


New Hanover, 


33,514 


89 


25,043 


71 


Northampton, 


11,957 


62 


13,199 


12 


Onslow, 


5,275 


95 


3,939 


67 


Orange, 


13,332 


64 


13,721 


43 


Pasquotank, 


7,455 


69 






Perquimans, 


6,947 


50 






Person, 


8,336 


99 


10,615 


68 



1862-'63.] Document IS^o. 8. 

T^ear ending Septemb&r ZOth^ 1862. 



217 



^TKYEWE^T— {Continued) 



Counties. 


1861. 




1862. 


Pitt, 


13,311 


12 


11,957 


36 


Polk, 


l,-237 


62 


1,711 


98 


Randolph, 


7,491 


17 


9,931 


64 


Richmond, 


7,662 


54 


9,165 


30 


Robeson, 


7,264 


08 


8,243 


67 


Rockiufrham, 


11,852 


72 


14,177 


QQ 


Rowan, 


13,205 


44 


15,218 


59 


Rutherford, 


5,397 


98 


6,648 


59 


Sampson, 


10,419 


76 


10,924 


45 


Stanly, 


3,130 


92 


3,787 


87 


Stokes, 


4,277 


69 


6,277 


20 


Surry, 


3,905 


33 


6,612 


92 


Transylvania, 






1,945 


24 


Tyrre"!, 


2,413 


75 






iTnion, 


5,391 


41 


6,436 


80 


Wake, 


30,675 


31 


28,521 


42 


Warren, 


15,649 


81 


15,371 


94 


Washington, 


6,708 


96 






Watauga, 


1,506 


43 


1,423 


41 


Wayne, 


13,461 


20 


12,897 


65 


Wilkes, 


3,809 


04 


5,952 


64 


Wilson, 


10,732 


46 


8,336 


72 


Yadkin, 


4,620 


66 


9,872 


53 


Yancey, 


1,901 


49 


1,326 


77 




$683,149 


41 


$ 680,920 


39 



Note. — The Counties of Beaufort, Brunswick, Camden, Carteret, Cho- 
wan, Craven, Currituck, Gates, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell and 
Washington failed to settle prior to the close of the fiscal year, September 
30, 18G2, on account of being more or less liable to the incursions and 
depredations of the enemy ; except the County of Brunswick. Those 
Counties paid into the Public Treasury m 1861, $79,925.60. The County 
of Jones, being similarly situated, paid only $1,700 for the last fiscal year. 
fn a few days after the close of the last fiscal year, the Sheriff of the 
County of Perquimans paid $4,196.76. 



218 



Document No. 8. [Session 

Comptroller's Report for the Fiscal 



STATEMENT, 
Showing the Assets and Resources of the Slnlcing Fund of 
If orth- Carolina, September 30, 1862 : 





ASSETS. 




RESOUKO'S. 


Six per cent. Coupon 






Profit & Loss, 


$ 3,255 


Bonds, dated 






Railroad Div- 




January 1, 1856, 


$ 500 




idends, 


435,475 


October 1, 1856, 


2,000 




Surplus Rev- 




Jnlj 1, 3 857, 


500 




enue, 


100,000 


April 1, 1857, 


2,000 




Int. on Cou- 




October 1, 1857, 


31,000 




pon Bonds, 


76,410 


April 1, 1855, 


19,000 








July 1, 1858, 


2,000 








October 1, 1858, 


29,000 








April 1, 1859, 


9,000 








July 1, 1859, 


133,000 








October 1, 1859, 


73,500 








January 1, 1860, 


35,000 








" 1, 1860, 


5,500 








" 1, 1860, 


20,000 








July 1, 1860, 


90,000 








" 1, 1860, 


5,000 








Eight per cent. Coupon 










Bonds, dated March 










1, 1862, 


158,000 








Cash, 


140 










$615,140 




1 615,140 


Add Dividends on Stock in North- 






Carolina Railroad Company, in 






1862, 


I 240,000 




Add Dividends on Stock in Raleigh 






& Gaston Railroad Company, in 






1862, 


40,950 


$ 280,950 










;$ 896,090 



1862 -'63,] Document No. 8. 

Fear ending Septemler SOtk, 1862. 



219 



STATEMENT, 
Shmcing tJie Number Acres Land, Valuation Land, Valua- 
tion Toxon Property, Aggregate Valuation Real Estate, 
Tax on Land, Tax on Toion Property, Number Taxable 
White and Free Black Polls, Number Slaves, Valuation 
Slaves, ar,d the aggregate amount of State Taxes derived 
frc/rri the various subjects of Taxatimi in the State, from 
which retuims were received prior to September 30, 1862. 



Number Acres Land, 
Valuation Land, 
Valuation Town Property, 
Aggregate Valuation Real Estate, 
Number Taxable White Polls, 
Number Taxable Free Black Polls, 
Number Slaves, 
Valuation Slaves, 

Tax on Land, 

Tax on Town Property, 

White Polls, 

Free Black Polls, 

Slaves, 

Money on hand or on deposit, 

Bank Dividends received or due, 

Salaries and Fees, 

Studs and Jacks, 

Buying and Selling Slaves, 

Gates, Bridges and Ferries, 

Daguerreotypists, 

Pistols, 

Gold Watches, 

Silver Watches, 

Harps, 

Pianos, 

Plate and Jewelry, 

Riding Vehicles, 

Note Shavers, 

Liquor Dealers, 

Commission Merchants, 

Horses, 



23,557,821i 

99,666,694 

ll,02i,688 

110,691,382 

38,021 

1,835 

285,183 

91,819,580 



199,464 

22,086 

80,326 

1,479 

183,772 

79,49 

30,981 

7,331 

4,919 

422 

1,050 

102 

1 

4,372 

1,540 

32 

3,552 

2,284 

13,962 

2,883 

18,926 

1,133 



37 
50 

87 



42 
31 
10 
20 
76 
49 
42 
70 
50 
3? 
58 
02 
25 
42 
34 
50 

87 
16 
87 
26 
93 



41106 



«' ^ W. *« r^^^'JiM b '^ ?**Vi *" ♦•*y^ «« 7u^* 



220 



Document No. 8. [Session 

Comptroller'* 8 JReportfor the Fiscal 



STATEMENT— (^07i^mwf^.) 



MuleS) 


$ 281 


46 


Cattle, 


236 


48 


Household and Kitchen Furniture, 


2,644 


89 


Valuation of other Property, 


6,801 


24 


Dead-Heads on Railroads, 


586 


60 


Spirituous Liquors, manufactured from 






grain in this State, at 30c. per gallon, 


64,589 


46 


Merchant's Capital, 


9,782 


33 


Peddlers, 


80 




Retailers of Spirituous Liquors, 


4,920 




Taverns, 


14 




Exhibitions for Reward, 


210 




Bowling Alleys, 


260 




Billiard Tables, 


1,400 




Insurance Companies, 


700 




Express Com])anies, 


350 




Horse and Mule Drovers, 


8 


60 


Livery Stables, 


425 




Liquor Peddlers, 


40 




Patent Medicines, 


287 


82 


Auctioneers, 


236 


^Q 


Marriage License, 


2,729 


67 


Mortgages and Deeds, 


283 


61 


Deeds for Real Estate, 


736 


76 


Distress, 


153 


18 


Playing Cards, 


169 


50 


Lightning Rod Men, 


40 




Privileged Voters, 


58 


40 


Arrears for Insolvents, 


55 


25 


Dehnquents, 


272 


71 


Subjects Unlisted, 


154 


55 


Produce Dealers, 


134 


98 


Collateral Desc'ts, Devises & Bequests, 


3,796 


93 


Laurel Hill Fair in Richmond County, 


6 


25 


^ Gross amount, 


$ 712,977 


12 



C. H. BROGDEN, Comptroller, 



ERRATA. 
In the date on pages 95 and 90 it should be May instead of April. 



REPORT 



SUPERINTENDENT 



COMMON SCHOOLS 



NORTH-CAROLINA, 



The Year 1862. 



RALEIGH : 

W. W. HOLDlEN