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EIECUTITE DOCUMENTS 

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

SECOND SESSION OF TEE THntTT-FITTH COIfQBESS, 
1858-'59. 

Hr THIRTEEV TOI.IIME8. 



Tolnme l........„..liroi. 1 uid 3. 

TolDiM ] No, S, puti 1, 1, S, 4, and 5. 

Toliime S...........^o. 4 to No. 13. 

V«liwM 4 H«.UtoNo. ». 

TolimiB S No. IStoNo.49, «xo^No. 33. 

Vi4viH (............No. S9, qurto. 

Tolnme 7 No. U to No. 84. 

ToliuiM 8.......... —No. SS, qjaaxto. 

ToluKM 9....... No. 88 to Ho. lOB, except No. lOS. 

Tolvme 10 No. lOS, pwti I, S, 9 Hid 4. 

Tolnme 11 No. 109. 

Tolnme U No. llOloNo. 114. 

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THE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS 



HOUSE OP BBPBESENTATIVES OF THE UNrTED STATES, 



TEE SECOND BBS8I0N THmTT-FHTH CONQSESS. 



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Ai^tut QoDenl of the Uotted State* armj during the jrear end- 




AdjntMit Oenenl of the United 8t>tea armr, of the niunbei of 
remilU for the army eolEited dartDg the jext ending Jnne 




AUm dorinff Uie yeu eading September 30, ISftB. Stetementi <^ 
A&iwm iqnadnn dnoe tiie latificatlon of the tmty of lSi2. 


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Afiicani into the State of OeorgiB or any other State of thii Union. 
HMMce of the PnaideDt of the United Btatei, relttlre to 












IksHkder, M to the rebtlTe value of the oolnage of the United 
BtatM Ukd Qreat Brit^. Letter of the Secretary of the 




imericNi MUien icglrteTed in the MTeral porta of the United 
State* dnrins the year ending Jnne 3D, 18S8. Letter of 








Amtriao dUaena in taodt over the NTeral rontei thningh Centni 
America. HeNage of the Pierident of the Uoited State*, 
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THE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS 



HOUSE OP BEPBESENTATIVES OP THE UNITED STATB3, 



THE BEOOm) SESSION THIBTT-FirrH COVQBEaS. 



Vol. Pin. Doc P(|*. 



m ot (he gorernmeBt for the jetx ending June 30, 1SS9. 
L«ttei of the TieMOMr of tha TJoittA States, traiumlttliig ft 
■t>ten)«iit of the 

Anxnmta with oeitkin Statce and dHea. letter of the BecreteiT of 
the TTeeigry, relkttre to the reopening uid re-exuniulng 
Kttlementa heretotbra made of 

Adjutant Oeneral for the WTTJce of the aimj dming the jeai 
ending Jnna SO, 1860. Eitlmates of the... 

Adjutant Oeaeral of the United States army during the ^ear end- 
ing June 30, 18SS. Beport of the 

Ai4]iitaat Oetteial of the Doited States tnaj, of the number of 
lecmlta for Uie ann; enllited dmiog the 7eai ending Jnne 
30. 1868. Beport of the 

AMoa dnring the year ending September 30, 1B6S. Stftfemenla irf 
the cximmerdal lelatlooe of the Uoited Btatea with 

Afrtcan aqnadnm dnce the ratificatlea of the treaty of 1612. 
ImtTDoHons to the oODunaiiden of the ....... 

AUouia hito the BUta of OeOTgia or any other SUte of this Union. 
Hevage of the Pniident ct the United Statei, reUUre to 
the importatian of . .............. . . ., 

Ajpldiltitre and agrieultnnl itatlatlca for the yeai 1808. Beport 
<d the Commlarioner of Fatentaon ................. 

Agricolttu* of the Patent OiSce. Letter of the Becretaiy of the 
^terlor, tnnamlttiDg infortnaUtm relaUve to the Ad-riaoiy 
Board of , 

Alexander, aa to the relatiTe valne of the coinage of the United 
State* and Great Britain. Letter of the Beoetuy of the 
TVea w ry, bananltting the report of Ptofeaor... 

AlttBTinan aeamen regbtered in the Mreral porta of the United 
Btatea during the year ending Jnne 30, IBBS. Letter of 
the Beoetaiy of State, tnuumitOng an aMraet of the 

AmerkaD* from Victoria to San Frandaco. Letter <J the Secretary 
of State, aaking an ^propriatfon to defray expeusea tor 

tnnqMTting deatitnte . ... . 

[ican dUaena in tnmdt orer the aereral nintea tbrongh Central 
Ameriok Heeeage of the Preeldrat of the United State*, 
relatire to the protection of . ........................ 



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American veaaeU bj offioen of the BrlUili aav7. lie^aga of the 
PrealdeDt <rf the United Stntea, tnosmittlDK infonnalioa 
leUtiTe b) the rialtatloii of 

AppropriatlooB foi the Qecal jeu ending Jaue 30. 1660. B«port of 
the Becretarr of the Tre««aT7 of the egUmatw for 

Appropriations, speciflc and iadoSolle. wlilch aey be leqalred for 
the service of the last three quarters of the fiacal ;e«r end- 
Jane 30, 1869, nude by formar acts of OongrcM. State- 
ment of the Regiiter of the Treasury of the ettimalea for 

Apiwopriatloni (or tiie w-TTloe of the navy on the 1st July, IB&S. 
Btatemcnt of the balanoea of 

ApptoprlatioDB to the credit of the Interior Department on June 
30, IBSB. Statement of the balnnces of 

AppropiUtioDs to the credit of the War Department on Jnly 1, 
1868. Statement of the balances of. 

Aqoedact daring the year ending Jime 30, ISfiS. Beport of the 
eaglneer in charge of the operations of the Washington 

Argentine Ooofiaderaidc^ during the year ending September 30, 

1BG8. Statements of the commerdat relations of the United ) 
States with the j 

Arhnntss for the year IBtiB. Annnal report of the (nrreyor gen- 
eral of the pnblio lands for the Slate gf .. 

Armories during the year ending Jtme 30, 18SS. Statement at 
the principal operations at the national . . 

Aimoileafn the year ending June 30, 1868. Xistterof the Secre- 
tary of War, traosmlttiDg a statement of the ezpensea of 
the nalloiial 

Arms, accoutnmeDts, and ammnnitlon of tlie niilitia of the United 
Slates daring the year 1868. Abstract of the Tetnms of 

Arms dlstribated to the several States and Territories dnring the 
year ending June 30, 18S8. Statement of the 

Army on the 1st July, 1868. Statement of the actnal strength of 
the 

Army during the year ending Jone SO, 1860. Estimates Ibr ap- 
pnwUUoas lor the support of the 

&nny in the Terrltofy of nt^ Affidrsof the 

Army in the department of TexM June 30, 1866. 
the posUloD and distrlboUoD of the 

Am^ In Hit department of Florida Jnne SO, ISSS. 

thepositloiianddistrnintionaf the 

Aimy In the department c^ Hew Hezioo Jtme 30, 1868. State- 
ment of the poelUon and dlstribntion of the . .... ' 

Army In the department of the Faclflo Jnne 30, 1868. Statement 

of the podtlon and dlstribntion gf the ' 

Aimy dnring the year 1858. Beport of the OMnmandlng Geneial 
on the OperaUoDS and dlapodtlon of the 

Army, of the <^)eTaUoDS of his department during the year ending 
Jnne 30, 1858. Annnalreportof the Adjutant Oeneral of the. 

Army, of the c^rations of his department during the year ending 
JnneSO, 1868. Annual report of the QnartermasterQeneral 
of the 

Aimj, of the operations of his department dnring the year end- 
ing June 30, 1868. *"""*' report of tlie Commissary Qen- 
efalof the 

Anny, of the opetaUons of his department during the year ending 
June 30, 16&B. Annnal report of the Paymaster General at 
the 

Anny, of the operatlona of Us departmeDt during the year ending 
June SO, 1868. Annual r«^rt of the Surgeon Qeneial of 
the 

Anny during the year ending June 30, 1868. Statement of the 
lick and wounded of the .................... 



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Ann7, of tfae cpemtloiM of Ua d^nrtment doling the year ending 

June SO, ISfiS. Amtokl report of the Colonel of Bnglneen 

of tha 

Anny, of the openUona of hla depaitment, and the oondltlon of 

the harbon on the northern and weatem lakea and dvera, 

and military roada, during the year 1861s. Annual report 

of the Colonel of Topographical Kiglneers of the .. 

Anny, of the t^iatiooa of hia department during the year (mding 

Jane 30, IS&S. Annual report of the Colonel of Ordnance 

of the 

Ann; Better Ibr the yMt 1869. Letter of the Becretary of War, 

tiananiltting copleaof the 

Aiwy Begiater for the year 1868. letter of the Secielaiy of War, 

tranamitting tiwucript of the ..... . 

Aramal Beport of H^or Banuay reqiectiDg the condition of the 

worhahopaat the Waahlngton 

Anenak dnrlng the year ending Jnoe 30, fS68. Statement of the 

priiKdpal opeiatlona at ^e national . 

Arta and Uann&ctnrea for the year 1868. Beport of the Commia- 

rioner of Fatentaon . 

Aaay office of tiie United States, at New Tork, from 18M to 1 

inclurire. Statement of Taloe of ban at the 

Aiylnm for the year 1868. Beport of the Commiwloneis of the 

Militwy 

Attoney Oeneial, aa to tha condition of the public buildings at 

Philadelphia. Beporta of the Fottmaater Qeneral, Secretary 

of thelieaaury, and 

Auditor of the lYeaanry , of the operatlona of hla office during the 

year ending June 30,1868. Annual report of the FIrat..... 
Asditor of the lyeaanty, of tha operations of his ofBce daring the 

year ending June 3D, 1868. Annual report of the Beoond 

AwBtor <4 the Treaaory, of the operaUoni of hia office during the 

year eadiog June 30, 1868. Annual report of the Third.. 
AnditoT of the l^eaniry, of the operatlona of hii ofBce during the 

year emdii^ June 30, 1868. Anaoal roport of the Fourth... 
AndltcK of the 'Treaaary, of the operations of hla office during the 

jear ending June SO, 1868. Anaii&l report of the Fifth.. 
Auditor of the Treaniry for the Poet Office Department, of the 

opentioDB of hla (^tce during the yeu ending June SO, 1868. 

ijinnal report of the Sixth .. ...... . 

Anffitorof thelYeamuy, tranamitting oopleeof the aoconnta of the 

disbmaemanta made Ibr the benefit of the Indiana dnrlng 

the year ending JonaSO, 1868. Annual report of the Second. 
Auditor of the Treaaury, on the aubject of cl^ma growing ont of 

Indian hcatillttra in Oregon and Waahlngton Territoriea. 

Letter of the Third 

Anctoia during the year ending September 30, 1SS8. Btatemanta 

of tlie oommerdal relationa of the United Bt«tei with.. 



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Balance! of ^>propriaUona for the aerrioe of the navy on tha l(t of 

Jnly,1868. Statement of the 

toea of the contingent ftind of the State Deparbnent rem^ilDg 

on the SOth Jnne, 1868. Statement of the 

» of approprlationa to the credit of the Interior Department 
on Jmia 30, 1868. Statement of the 

Bahnoea of afiproprlatlona to the credit of the War Department oa 
Joly 1,1868. SMemeutofIhe 

BaWmcre, HaryliDd. Lettarof theSeoetaryof theT^eaaary, rala- 
tlve toUie oonatrae(l<Mi of a oonrt-hoaae in thed^ ol ..... 

bnki <f (he dilbnnt etataa. Aaynocdsof Iharetomaoftbe .... 



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Vol. Pmil. Doe. P^a. 



Butk* of the dUTerent Stata during ths yeus IBGi-'Bft, ISBK-'SS, 
lesG-'ST, and ISBT-'U. Compustire riew of the coodmon 
of (ha 

BankB, acuordliig to retunu dated neamt to Jasuarj 1, IBfiS. Q«n- 
enil Itatement of the condltioD of the . . 

BankB of the United States. BcooidiDg to letnmi neared to Janaaiy 
1, 1834, 1836. less, 1837, 1S38, 1S39, 18«0, ISll, 1842, 
1843, 18U, 1S4S, 1846, 1847, 1848, 1849. 1860, 18ft 1, 1854, 
18GS, 1866, 1867, Kid 1868. Companittve vion of the con- 
dition of tha 

Bank* of the United SUteg. Bcport ot the Bet^eUij of the Tnu- 
nry, aa to the condiUon of the .. 

Barlarj Statei daring tha jsac ending September 30, 1868. Blate- 
meats of the Dommeidal relalioni of the Cnited Btates with 



the. 



the.. 



1 .... 
11 II 



Bunclu and qnaiten fbi the armj dnilng the last ten 71 

ter of tlie Secretary of War, transmitting statement of the 
»penditDTGi ' 



Barula daring the year ending September SO, 1868. Statemenia 

of the oommercial relations of the United States with 

Belgium dnriag the yew ending September 30, ISG8. Statements 

of the commercial telations of the United States with . 
Bolivia daring i^e year ending September 30, 1868. Statemen 

the comminclal nlaUooe of the United Statee with 

Boimty lands, ander the several acta of 1847, 1860,1862, and IBfiS, 

doling the year ending Beptemtier 30, 1868. Statement of 

the 

Brandim imported daring the yean I8S<!-'67 and 1B68. Statement 

of the valoe of the 

Braall daring the year ending September 30, 1868. Statement* of 

the commercial relations of the United Slates with 

BreMistnA and proTitions eiported aunnalty ttoa IStl to 1868, 

Statement of the T«lae of the .. 

Bremen. Letter of the Secretary of State, sa to the expediency of 

Increating the compeneaUoD of the United Stutes cooaul at.. 
British ColnmbU. Ueasage of the President of Uia United States, 

transmitting a report of the tpedal agent sent to .... 

Britltfa prorince* by the consul general and their ftes returned ti 

the State Departmant. Letter of the Beoretaty of State, 

transmitting a list of tin oommerdal agents af^nted la 



California (or tin year 1B6S. Annnal report (rf the SDrveyoi general 
of Uie public lands for the State of 

California coast Directory to aid the navigation of the . 

Cfuiada. Letter of the Secretary of State, tiansmitting a list <tf the 
oommerdal agents appointed In ..... 

Capllol extension and reconstruction of the dome daring the year 
1868. Report of the engineer in charge of th« 

Carmick and Eanuey. Uessage of the President of the Cnited 
Stetei reladTB to the poet office claim of 

Carmick and Bamsey claim. IfeMace of the President of the United 
Statea, trasmitUng copy of lettw of Uessrs. H. Johnson 
Biid Joseph Williams, In relation to the dedslon upm 
the 

Census of the United States. Letter of the Baoretary of the Inte- 
rior, tnosmitting a statement of the oxpensM of taking 



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0am td tlu Ttrritmy of Emum. Letter of Uie Secietarr of the 
^teilor, traumlttiDg an wttnuta foi kktng the 

Oonbal Anwika. Heenge of Uie Preddant of the Doited Sfatei, 
rdktive to the protection of American dtlaant in tnndt 
orei the ievenJ rontee thnnigh ..... 

^^TJ-*-- in the IMT7. Letter <rf the 5ecralai7 of the 'Svrj, tnna- 
mittlDg ieftMinatioD ia regMd to the ... 

CUAaacw T"'^''''n Statement of itocka held in Iniat for the 
beneAt of the.. . ........... 

TIiMmmii trait fond during the jear ISU. Letter of the Secn- 
tmij of the IteuuT, transDilttiDg > itatemant of the le- 
cdpla and expendltnree of the. 

CUB dnilog the ;rew ending September 30, 1S68. Btatemente of 
t^ coDUMrdal relatloiu of the United States with 

Ofaa. KeMge of tbe Preddont of the United BttUee, transmit- 
ting a 0017 (^ t^ regnlstloiie adopted b; Uie United 
States mister fin the goTernment of the ooniulat coiuta 



CUm jnriag the year ending September 30, 1BG8. 

the oommerdal relatkxu of tbe United Statei with.. 

Chil Hat for the year ending June 30, ISSO. btimatea of ai^ro- 
prfationa for Use ..... 

CUima made during tbe jear ending Jnne 30, ISSS. Letter of tlie 
Secretarr of the Treanuy, tranunltUng a statement of the 
pajmenta made fin mlaoeilaneoui . 

Qeriu aad other penom emplofed in the Department of State du- 
ring the year ISSS. Statementof the n — ' " 
peuation of the ...... 

OleikB and other peraMti emplored la the Treaaui7 Deparbnent 
during the Tear 1868. titatement of tlie ni 
pena^ion <rf the .... .. 

CltfAa and other peraona unplojed In the Department of the Inte- 
rior daring Uie 7«ar ISM. Btatmnent at the number 
and compeuotlco of tlie.. 



during tB 

peuatlonirf the— 

QeAa and oiha pereoni onploTed In tbe NaT; Department during 

the jear 1868. Btatcanent of the number and oompeuM- 



CSeAa and other penona an[dojed In tbe War Department daring 
the year 1868. Statement of the nomber and cofflpcaua- 
tkm of the . .... 

Ooal i^sd b; the nav;, names of agenti, and amount paid them aa 
oommkolont. Letter of fte Secretary of the 'Svrj, traoa- 
mltting a itatemeDt of the quantity of. .... — .. 

Araiting tnde. Letter of the Secreteer of the l^eaeury, stating 
ttie leoaon for the non-eompUanoe with tbe joint reaoln- 
tlonor Hay It, 1868, relative h> itatlBUn itf the 

Ooaat eDrrey of the United 8tatta during tbe year ending Jnne 
30, 18<0. Brtiniatea for appioiniaUoni for the conUnna- 
Uon of the...... .......... 

Ooaat Bnrrey, showing the nnmber and name* of peremia employed 
on the Ooait Boirey. Deport of the diaboislng agen' ' 
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Cout Boireif of the Dnitod BtatM— Oonttoned. 

Faptrt oKOHfo^ing &t md r^arl. 

Ko. I. DWritmticai of the putin of the Oout Bnrvey upon 
tiie cowta of the Doited States during the var 
ingBsawHiof 1SBT''58 

No. S. List of annj officen oaCoMt Bnrrey dnty, Maieh 1, 
1B5B 

Ho. 8. Uit of BT1117 offioen on CoMt Sumej iiAj, Septem- 
ber 1,1868 

Ko. 1. Uat of iiaT7 offlcan on CoMt Bnrrer dn^, lUnih 1, 
186S 

No. 6. Lbt of IMT7 otBcera on Coeat Snirey dv^, Beptem- 
ber 1,1868 

No. S. Lbt of informaUon fnmlebed dnrlng jear 1B6T''68, 
ondn the BothotllT of the Treaaary Department. 

No. 7. list of cspea, bmdlanda, Mandi, horbori , and an- 
cborageerai tfae western coast of the United States, 
of which either topographical, hjdrographlo, pre- 
Umlnarj, or complete iurreyB hare been made, or 
m^M, (liBrts, or sketchei Inaed 

No. 8. Btatiatlcs of field and ofBoe work 

No. B. Qenend Ibtof Coast Burrej diBCOrerlM and dereli^ 
meats to 1867, induslve 

No. 10. Letter of UteBaperintendent tothe Beeretarjof the 
TreaswT, commnnlcatiDg dat* for the position, 
and directions for dealing a dangerous lock off 
the eotnuwe to Portsmonth, N. H., derelopedby 
the examination of Ueat. Oomd'g Alexandn 
Unrrsj, United States nsTj ..... .. 

No. 11. ]>tterof tlie8«perlotendenttothe8ecretB(7ofUie 
lVeasai7, tianamlttlng the reeommaidatloil of 
Uent. Oomd'g W. a. Itanple, D. 8. N.,fOTabino7 
on the satid-^t recentl; formed at the sonthem 
end of Bonken ledge, Boston har)>or 

No. U. Letter of tbe Snperlntmident to the Secretary of the 
Tteasniy, commimicatlDg the powtton of two 
points of Tock southwest of the ltght~honse near 
New Haven, Conn., u determined by Uent, 
Comd'g W. a. Temple, U. 8. N 

No, 13. BqtOTt of lient. Oomd'g T, B. Hnger, U. S. N., 
showing the result of oompaiiaons of the hydro- 
graphic surreys made in Deo. , IBGG, and March, 
18GS, at Uie entrance of Oape Fear rl*er, N. 0.. 
No. 14. Beport of Aadstant 0, F. BoUes on the reeuItB of a 
topographical resorrey of t^ shores of the C^te 

Fear entrances and adjacent islamls 

No. 16. Letterof the Saperintendeatto the Becietaryof the 
tmsarj, oommnnlcatlng the reenlte of a resttrrey 
of Mafflt's channel, made In Harch, 1868, by 

lilent, Oomd'g T. B. Hnger, U. 8. N 

Ho. IB. Letterof tiie 8aperlnteadeot to tiie Becietaiy of the 
IVeasnry, oommnnicstlDg the dieooTery and eomid- 
Ing ont of a new channel leading Into the eastern 
and of Bt. George's sound, Fla. , by lieot. Oomd'g 

J. K. Doer, U. S. N 

No. IT. Letter of the Bnperlnteiideat to the BecreWy of the 
TrMsnry, conuntmlcatingthedisoovwy, bylienl 
Comd'g J. E. Doer, U. B. N., of the sboaU near 
the passes of Bt. Oeorge's sound, and a new chan- I 
nel for entering the sonnd betwetm St. George's 
■nd St. Vincent's island . . I 






t BoTTtj of the United StMos. p*p«n Mcampanying — Cont'd. 

No. 18. Letter of the Saperintendeit to the Bearebtrr of the 

Tminiy, oontmnDicktlDg the development of 

dangera to nkrlgmtion In 8an Vitatieoo baf , Cal. . 

Ho. 19. Bcport of Opt. W. B. Palmer, U. S. topojfnphkal 

englneen, and eztnrtt from mb-rapoTte of chleb 

of the office diviilnu . 

Ho. SO. On a mppoeed peinmiBl eqnaUon in the me of 

the MslUi teleaoope for determining latitudes hj 

Thloott'a method, bj A. D, Boche, Bttperiiitendent. 

No. SI. Hetliod of oompoting Itwgitnde from moon cnlml- 

indona 

No. 22. Bepoit of W. C. Bond, director of Uarvard Otoer- 
Tatorf, on the utronoDiIc&l obeerratione nude for 

the Coast Sorrej liDoe November I, 1857 

No. 23. Bepoit of Prof. 0. H. Hitchel, director of the Ohi- 
dnnati Obaerratorj, gtaUng the nmnber of aatro- 
nomieal obMrratloiie made there tea the dm of 

the United Btatca Coaat Snrrer 

No. S4, Continaattoa of the llat of nuiKnetic (tations and 
reeolta siren in Appendix No. 18, Coaat Bnrvej 

report of 18St 

No. IS. Be-dieciudon and defelopment of an Intermediate 
period In the Mcolar change <^ the mafrnelic de- 

dinalioD at Hatboro*, FeuntflTania.... 

No. 28. Beport of AMlrtant Cbarlea A. Schott on the pro- 
grca made In dlscnaing tlie Mcnlar YarlatJoa of 
magnetio declhiation and dip for WuhtngtMi 

Clt7,D. 

Nob 27. On the tlda] correntg of New York harbor, neat 
Saodf Hook, I7 A. D. Bache, BopertntendeDt of 

Um Coast finrrer 

Hu 28. Beport of Aadrtant H. Mitchell, on the inrertiga- 
tion of onrrents in the East river, at Hell Oate 
and Throgg't Neck, the nib-canentB of New York 
baj and bartwr.andleTelllngsouthebanksof (he 

Hndaon tiTer 

No. 29. Beport of Aariatant L. F. POnrtalee, in charge of the 
field and olHce work, relating to tidal observa- 

tloos 

Ho. 30. "Hie oo-tidal linea of an enclowd sea, derived ftom 
the eqaUlbrinm theorj, 17 Prof. Benjamin Pierce. 

No. SI. On the dynamica of oonn cnrrentt, bf Lieut. E. B. 
Hnnt, oortM of engineer!, U.S. anny..... 

Ho. St. On Mme anomallee in the Florida Onlf Stream, and 
on theii farther InveetigaUon, by lient. E. B. 
Hunt, oor^ieof englneen, U. B. army .... 

No. S3. Eztracti Crom the report of Awiatant A. H. Harri- 
■OD, relative to the topographical featorel of the 
■faorei of OHabaw sonnd, Ga ....... 

Ho. 34. Extracta ftom the report of Sab-Airiitant John 
Nechan, relative to the <^iaracter of the eaatem 
ooaat of the Florida penlnanla, below Bt Idba't 

Ho, SG. Beport to the Commlaiioner of the Oenetal land 
Office, ihowing the progrew made dailpg the aar- 
veying year in the rarrey and marking in quarter 
Motion* of the Florida keya 

No. SI. Bitracta from Uie report of Bab-Aiditant F. W. 
Dott, deacriptive of Caloowhatcbee river, Hoe 
and Sanibal iilande, and San Ckrioa bay, on the 
Mathweatem ooaat of the Florida p> ' 



Tki>. 


IVI. 


«. 


Doe 


Fm*- 


dwcent of the weight and line in deeMOB loiuid- 
ingi, h; Prof. W. F. Trowbridge, ueliUnt In the 


s 


4 

z 


33 
33 
SS 

ss 

33 

SS 

33 
S3 

33 
33 

33 
33 

33 

33 
94 

1 
S 

s 






S47 


Vo. 39. Btfport gf A«i«l>Dt L. F. Po^irt^M, on the jnogren 












Cowt StUTer, relating to the origin, oMt, uid 


S61 


No. 41. CompMlBOD of U)« ooet ud piogMH of the United 
St»t«a CoMt Snirej during the periodi bom 1S32 










2TS 


No. 44. DliectoiT for the Fudflc oowt of the United Btatet. 

Comd'r Junea Alden, U. S. N., of Bed Blnf, 
WMhington Tenitorr, Mktdte for > light honse. 


2»T 
40* 


Lieut. ComdgW. Q.' Temple, O. 8. N,, (or > 
■uuOl light and fog-b«ll on U«lf-w>7 Bock, Caan) 




No. 48. Letter of the Boperlntendent to the SecrelMT of the 
cemitj flit a beaoon on '• The Klbow," Florida 




No. 4B. Letter of the B<ip«rlnteiideDt to the Becratary of the 

Ueut. Comd'g J. S. Dner, U. B. S., for a penna- 
nent beaoon at the wartem entrance of St. 




Uent Cumd'g S. K Cayler, U. B. N., fbr boOTi 
to hdlitate naTigatlon in the KintheTii part of 




Ooaftwiie trade. Letter of the Bemetar; of the IVeanrr, relative 




Code of legnlatton* tor the goTemmeDt of the na*;, prepared by 
diraction of act of Congnw <d Uarch 3, IS6T. Bmort ot 


2i 


Coinage at the mint of the United Statei and lla brauohei dvOog 
the TWBOdtng Jane SO, 1868. Statement of depodta and.. 

1868, IndodTe. BtatoBwnt of the uDOiut (rf Uw 





ivCooglc 



TlUfc 


Vol 


PDt. 


■«. 


«.. 


from 18H to ISfiB. Statenieiit of the smtniDt of tha 

COtagt at the branch mint of the United Statoi at New Orleans, 

from 1S38 to 18&B. Statement of the amomit of the 

CoInaKe at the branch mint of the United States at Charlotte, N. 

C, from 18S8 to 1888. BUtement of the amount of. 


I 
1 
1 

3 
1 

1 

7 

7 

IS 

13 
IS 
13 

IS 

13 
13 
13 

IS 


.... 


S 

3 
3 

36 
3 

66 

03 

66 


n 

IS 
7S 


Cottage of the United BtetM ud Omit BriUln. Letter of tbe 




C«iii and btdlioQ Imported and exported laaailj, from 1821 to 




of the Ttwott, tranamitttng a plan for the reoiganuation 




coired whUe exploring the Amoor rivet Letter of the 

CidiuaUs river. Letter of the fiMstetarr of War, itatlug that there 
an no idui nor eaUmatea for the defeooe of Pogefi aonnd 




Owimerc« and narigaljoa of the United Statei for the yeM endiDg 




No. 1. Statement of the goode, warei, and meichantUH. of 




the growth, produce, and mwiafftctnre of the 
United State* daring the jear ending Juss 30, 
I8SS 








of the growth, prodooe, and manufacture of fbr- 

doring the fiacal jear ending June 30, 18S8 

No. 4. Bnmnwiy statement of gooda, warea, and mer- 

factnra of fijrelgn countries, exported from the 
United BUtw during the year ending June 30, 






















No. 6. Bnmmaiy alatomeot of goods, wares, and mer- 
chandise. Imported Into the United States In 
American and foreign vMaels dating the ysar 








United States, exported from each collecUon dis- 
trict during the tw ending June 30, 1838 

rign ooantriM. exported firon each collection dis- 
trtet of the United Slatea daring the year ending 
J«DB SO, 1868 7r...J. 












?M 



.lOOglt 



Mid nkTigation U. 8.,papenmocoiDpaB7lng~C<mtliilMd — 

, B. Q«Den] statement ol the goodi, w>na, mnd mei- 
chuidJw, of the growth, prodnce, and nuuD- 
lictare of foreigii countries, Imported into Moh 
collectloD dIMrict of the United tttfttet doiins the 
jeftT ending Jane SO, 1868 ... 

. 10. Bt&tement exhlbltltiK the niiiub«r of Amerlcaii and 
foreign Tseaelt, with th^ tonnage and erews, 
whi(£ deand ttam the DoHed State* foi foreign 
cotintiiea daring the jew ending Jnne 30, 1868 .. 

. 11. St«tetnent exhlUUng the number of Ametkan and 
fiireign Teswle, with their tonnage and crewa, 
which entered the United Btatea from fbr^ftn 
conntries during the jear ending June 30, 1808.- 
11. Btatement exhibiting the national character of the 
foreign veneli which entered and cleared from the 
United States for foreign oonntriea dnring the year 
ending Jnne 30, 1888 

13. StattRtlcal Tiew of the oommerce of Uie VaiteA 

Btatea, eihlfaltlag the T>lne of eiporta to and 
Imports from each fote^ country, and the ton- 
nage of AmeHouk and foreign veseeU airiTlng 
from and departing to each foreign coiuttry dnring 
the jear ending Jnne 30, 1S6S t 

14. Statement of the commerce of eacK SUto and Tet- 

rit/>r]^ dnring the year ending Jnne 30,1868 

16. Statement exhibiting the nnmber of American and 
foreign TeeeelB, with their tonnage and crewa, 
which cleared from each district of the United 
States for foreign ooontries daring Uie year end- 
ing Jnne SO, I85S 

IB. Statement eslilbiting the nnmber of American and 
foreign venels, with thdr tonnage and crewa, 
which entered Into each district of Uie Unlt«d 
States from foreign oonntriea dnring the year 

ending Jnne 30, IBSS .... 

IT. Statement exhibiting the nmnber of American and 
foreign reMels, with their tonnage and crewf, 
whi(£ departed from each dlattiot of the United 
Btatea, and the ooontrlet to which thej cleared, 
dnring the year ending June 30, 1868.. 

18. Statement exhlUtlDg the nnmber of American and 

foreign reaaela, with thdr tonnage and crews, 
which entered Into each district of the United 
States, and the coontdes tram whence they arrired 
during the year ending Jntie 30, 1868.... 

19. Statement exhibiting the indirect trade of the 

United States, the oonntriea of production and 
shipment, with the value of the aitlclea Imported, 
dnring the year ending Jnne SD, IftSS '. 

SO. Bammaty itat«ment exMMtJng the Tslne of the in- 
direct trade of the United Btatea during the year 
e()dlngJnne30, 1B68 ! 

21. Statement of the tonnage of the sereral dlstricta of 
the United Suteaon Jnne 30, lg&8 ! 

11. Statement exhllittiog a condensed rlew of the ton- 
nage of Qm several dlttriets of the United Btetei 
on June 30, 1868 1 

33. Statement showing the number and cIbh of ve»- I 
•ell built, and the tonnage thereof, in each State 
sod Territory of the United State*, dnring the I 
yewr ending June 30, IBM ......... 



.ecyLTOOg t 



Omunerce sad iMTlgktIoii H. S., fttper* aocompanying — OODUnoed — 
Vo. K. OompontiTtt riew of the r^iftered and enrolled 
tonoHge of the United St&tes, *faowliig the ton- 
nage emplt^ed in the whale Gehery, aiao the pro- 
portion of the enrolled and liceoied lonnaga 
employed in the ooaiting tiade, ood-fidherj'. 
mackerel flthory, and whale fiiheiy, from I81S 

to 18G8, lodinlTe 1 

Kou Ifi. Statement ihowing the namber and clu* of Teeseli 
ballt, and the tonnage thereof, is the Beveial 
States and Territories of the United Statea, Crom 

1816 to 1858. IncluriTe 1 

OtHBodal agents appoioted by the consul general of the BriUsh 

proTiDce«. and their feed ntumed to the State Departmant 

IMter ot the Secretary of State, trtuMmlttiDg a list of the. . 

CeanMTcUl relatione of the United Ktatee with foreign nations da- 

riag the year aiding September 30, 180S. Letter of the 

Secretary of Stat«, truwrnitUng a statement of the 

Csomiercial relations of &e United Blatea with Onst Britain du- 
ring the year ending Septembn 3D, 18S8. Statement of I 

the 

OnuBotcial relations of the United States with Fnuioe daring the 

year coding September 30, 1858, Stotemenla of the 

Commenial reUtions <tf the United Btatee with Spain dorlng the 

yew ending September 30, IBSS. Statements of the 

Cmmnonaal relationi of the United State* with Belgium daring the 

year ending September 30, 1868. Btatemente of the 

Oomneicija relations of the Unlled States with Holland daring the 

year ending September 30, 1868. Statemeata of the 

Coounerdal relations of the United Statea with Portngal during I 

the year ending September 30, 1868. Statements of the ) 

Couurdal relatione of tiie United States with Denmark during I 

the year ending September 30, 1868. Statement* of the ) 

Cammeicial relatioiM of the United States with Sweden and Nor- 
way during the year ending September 30, 1868. State- 
ments of the.. .. 

Commarcial relatJooi of the United States with Bnsda during the ) 

year ending September 30, 1868. SUtements of the | 

Commercial relations of the United Slates with Prussia during the 

year ending Seplestber SO, 1868 Statements of the 

Oommerdal relatJuns of the United Statea with Austria during the ) 

yew ending September 30, 1858. Statement* of the ) 

Oofamerdal relations of the United States with SanoTer during 

the year ending September 30, 1868. Ststementoof tiia 

Conunenial relations of the United States with Franklort-an-the- 1 
Maya daring the year ending September 30, 1868. State- > 

menta of the ) 

Coumerckal relations of the United States with Saxon; during the 

year ending September SO, 1868. Statementa of the 

Cenmerdal relattoM of the United States with Bavaria during the 

year aiding September SO, 1868, Statements of the 

Oammerdal relations of the United State* with the Hanse Towns ) 
daring the year ending September 30, 1868. 



CoDUBcrcial relation* of the United States with Sardinia during 
the year ending September SO, 1868. Statemeate of the-... 

Coauoerciai relations of the United States with Tuscany during 
the you ending September 30, 1853. Statement* of the.. 



CiOOglc 



Oommerdal relatloiifl of tbe TJidted Btatee with tiie Two Bialtlai 

dnrlng the jeai ending Saptember SO, IBGS. Btntementa <a ] 
the 

GonmercEal relatloiu of Uia United State* with Bwitierluid during 

the Tefti ending Beptembei 30, 1868. Bt»teraenti of the... 
Commenkl reUtioni of the United States with Torkey dnring the 

jeu ending September 30, IBGe. atatemenla of Uie 

Commercial relationi of tbe United States with Qiaece daring tbe 

year ending September 30, 1B68. Statement! of the 

Commerdal relatioiu of tbe United States with the Ionian Islands 

dnring the year ending September 30, 186B. Statements of 



the.. 



Conunerdal relaUons of the United States with AMca during the 
year ending September 30, 1868. Statements of the ...... 

Commerdal relations of the United States with ttte Barbary Stales 
doriug the year ending September 30, I 
the. 



OommercUl relations of the United Slates with Unseat daring the 
year ending September 30, I8G8. Statements of tbe 

OoDunercial relatloni t^ the United States with Slam dnring the 
year en^ng September 30, 1B5S. Statement* of the 

Commercial relations of the United State* with China dnring Uie 
year ending September 30, IBGB. Statementa of the 

Oommerd&l relations of the United States with Japan doling the 
year ending Baptember 30, 1868. Statements of the 

Commercial relations of tha United States with the Bandwloh 
Islands dnring the year ending September 30, 1868. State- 
ments of the 

Commen lal ^lations of the United Statea wlUi tbe Fejee Islands 
■ing the year ending September 80, 1868. Statemantsof 



tiie. 



Commercial reUtions of tbe United States with Haytl dnring the 
year ending September 30, 18GB. Statements of the 

Commercial reiattons of the United States with the Dominican Be- 
pnblic dnring tha year ending September SO, 1868. State- 
ments of the 

Commercial relaUons of the United States wlUi Ueslco daring the 
year ending September 30, 1868. Btatements of the 

Commercial relations of the United States with Eondaras daring 
the year ending September 30, 18S8. Btatnnents of tbe 

Oommerdal relations of liie United States with Hicaragua dnilDg 
the year ending September SO, 1858. Bfatementsof the.... 

Commerdu relations of Uie United States with New Granada dn- 
ring the year ending September 30, 1868. Statements ol 



the. 



Commerdsl relations of the United States wltb Costa Blca dnring 

the year ending Septemtier 30, 1868. Statements of the 

Commercial relations of tbe United States with Tenesnela during 

the year ending September SO, IBGB. Statements of the 

Commercial relations of the United States with Ecuador during 

the year ending September 30, IBGS. Statements of the 

Commercial relaUons of the United States with BoliTla during the 

year ending September to, 1868. Statementa of the ... 

Oommerolal relaUons of the United States with Brmril dnring the 

year ending September 30, 1868. Statements of the 

Ocwun eidalrelatlons of the United States with Pern during the 

year entting Beptemliei 30, 1B68. Statements of the 

Commerdal relations of the United State irith Chill during the 

year ending Septemlier 30, 18GB, Statements of the...... 



Vol. Pan. Doe. Pif«. 



a mIaUobi of the Uiilt«d SUto* wllji tljs ArgeDtiiH Coa- 
CederaUon dniiag die 7«u endlnf Beptember 3Q, 1BS8. 

StetenenU of the 

1 nUtlou of the Dnltod Btatae wltti Urago^ dnring 
Ow yeu ending September SO, ISOS. Statements of the... 
CooiveKitol TektIoDS of the United Statei wiOi Fuagiuj daring 
lite 7eei ending SBptember SO, 18G8. Btatemento of the. . . 
iiIiMij Qenenl of Subdatenoe of tha Aim;, of the opeimtimu 
<k Ui depeitnieat during the jetx ending Jnne SO, 1 

Beport of the . . __. 

■teioner of Public Boildiog dnriog the jeu ending Jane 30, 

18M. ErtlmKtea of the 

■taioner of Public Bidldlng for the jeu 1868. AnnuJ n- 

poit of the ......—...-....... . ... 

» of Cnatcm, of the opentiona of hia office daring the 

j«er ending Jane SO, IBM. Anniwl report of the 

QaaptntUn of the TreMorr, of the opeuttooi of hi* office daring 

ttiejcH ending Jane 30, 1808. Annna] report of the Fint. 

OomptToUer of the 'KeaaaiT, of the opentlcui of hli <4BGe daring 

the year ending Jane SO, ISM. Annnd report of- the 



OoaqteoUer of the l^eerai;, of kp|Mi^iri*tiMU dnim daring the 
jear IBGT-'AS, and balaaoM on hand on Jnne SO, 1868, and 
amonnt cairied to tte eoiphia fand tot the lerrioea of the 
aim; and War Department. Statement of the Second 

OuMiti niton, Bqidinnent, end Bepali of the St/rj during the 
yeai ending Jnne 90, ISflO. BWnatea for approprlaf* 
fcr the Bora&n of .. ... 

Oenatnetton, Eqntpment, end Bepatr of the Nav; during the 
joar ending Jane SO, i860. Beport of the Chief of the 



inpan|HV tti otoM nporf. 



"BrtlBiate of Om amoont rcqalred tot the ezpendltnree 
of the barean for tha fiaeal year ending Jnne 

30,1860 

■BWtmate fbr pa; of conunlMlon, wamnt, and pett; 
offlcen and leamen. Including the eDgiueer 
oorpe of the navy, reqalied tor Temeli propoeed 
to be kept In ooramlMdon, Indndlng TeoMle for 

thaBjwal year ending Jnne SO, IBSO 

Lte of Qie amonnt required for objects nnder Qui 
direction of the bureau, pajafale from the ^>- 
propriation for oonitmctlon, equipment, and re- 
pair, Ibr wear and tear of Teeaeli in commluion, 
Inclodlng fael for iteamen and the pnrchate (^ 
hemp for the navji for the fiecal year ending 

Jnne 80, 1860 

of the amoont required under the head of 
-■enomented oonUngeut" Ibr the year ISSQ... 

ill In oommiarion belonging to the navy oo Octo- 
ber 1, 1858 

ill In ordinary, repairing and eqaipfdng, belong- 
ing to the navy on October 1, 1868 ... 

lb OD the Btooki and In progreee of conetroctlon 
on October 1, IBM 



D.— Brthnate o 



T.—Yi 

O.— Vi 



i,.c«,™ 



o^ 



Tim. 


Vol. 


Pan. 


Doe. 


Far>. 


during the flK»I jear ending June 30, 186B, and 
the nUne <a ibe stores on hand at Uw nriotu 


3 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
.... 


> 

14 
4fi 

4T 

87 

78 

8 

7» 

67 

81 

«8 




L— atalement of Que nmnber of days' labor and Its coat, 
fnxn Joly 1, 1867, to June SO, 1868, for the re- 
qwcUTe nsTj yuds, for bnUding, npalitng, and 

aocniliig ttons and materials far thow prnpom. 
No. 1.— Scale of ofGan to Auniih llTo^ak timbai under tlie' 

ad*ertlaemeatof theboToaaof JuneH, 1868 

Ho. 1.— Scale of offers to tOnlsh naval sumiUes at the naTy 


sso 

S63 


Ho. 3.— Sode of oOets to fUralsh nsral soppllea at the naTj 




Ho. 4.— Scale of offers to furnish naral lapplies at tha naTj 




Ho. fi.— Scale of offers to fumkh lUTal suppltea at the Dary 




Ho. 6.— Scale of offers to furnish naval snpplia at the naTy 
Ho. T.~Bcale of ofien to furnish naval supplies at th« navy 


610 
674 


Ho. S.-«»]e of offers to famish naTsl sopj^lea at the nary 


MO 


1868. Statement of the Fourth Audited of the disbmse- 








teroouiM during the year 1868. Letter of ths Secretary of 








retary of the Treasnry, transmitting a report of snndiy 

Letter of the Secretary of the Tr«»sury, transmitting a stat*- 
mantoftbe 
















OoDtlngent eipensea of the Interior Department during the year 
1868. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting 








Conanla general, ooniuls, oonunercial agents, and consolai agenta 
doting the year ISST. Letter of the Secretary of fiiate, 




Connlaioonita In China. Message (rf the Preddent of the United 









„Google 



Vol. Put. Doe. FifC. 



ollicera «Dgi^ed In bminMi In Ttolallon of the oousnlaT 
lm« of 1B&6. Menage of the Preddent of the United States, 
tnngmittlDg correspondeDce relative to the 

OoDtractori for c»iT]-[iig the matli dnrlng the jear endieg June 30, 
1868. Statement of the additional. alluwanccB made to the. 

Gcntactora for canjing the mails daring the year ending Jtine 30, 
186S. Btatcmentof thecartallment of thenudl «etvlc«and 
pay of the - • 

Cootncti to fnmlah arttcles coming nnd«r tfaa cogntmnm of tho 
Bnreui of Tarda and Docki dnring the jrax I8&8, Abstract 

of the offenand ... 

Oootncta mad« and KcelTed bjr tha Bnnau of ConatmcUon, Bqalp- 

meat, and Repair during the rear 18S8-'S9. Uet of.. 

ConlncU made under the authority of the War Department during 
the year 18118 letter of the Secretary of War, tranamitting 
BtatemenU of the . 

Oopjright booka. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, trans- 
mitting an estimate forthepreeerratlon of tta« 

Casta Bica during the year endliig 8eptemb«r 30, I8SS. Btatements 
of the oommercio] relaUons of the United States with 

Ootton exported ttnuiuJIy bom 1821 t» 1858, incloslTe, with tho 
coat per pound. Statemeot of the qnantlty and ralne of the. 

Cottm from 1840 to ISSB, Incluaivfl. Statement of the ralne of 
the ltaport« of foreign, and the exports of the foreign and 
domectic manufactnrea of . 

Ooort of Claims for the &cai year ending June 3D, 18S0. f^U- 
matea of appropriations torUie 

Oonrt-hooaes during the year ending September 5Q, 1858. Report 
of the engineer In charge of the progress bi the ooDStrac- 
tionof the 

Oonrt-hoaaea. Statement of the approifflaUon, cost of site, contmct 
price, and date pf completion of 

CoBtt-hoaae In the dtj of Baltimore, Harylsnd. Letter of the Sec- 
retary of the TVeaanry, relative to the conitrqction of a 

Ciim, relative to the Territorin of Oregon and WaahiDgtan. Let- 
ter of the Secretary of War, transmitting the topographical 
memoir and report of Oaptain T. J 

Cnba. Hensge from the President of the United States In regard 
to the acqulaitlon of the island of 

Costom-honses daring the year endiog Beplember 30, 1BG8, Report 
of the engineer In charge of the prrgiess in the construction 
of 

Coatom-Iionaea pareluBed or built. Statement of the number of. . 

UnMom-hooMS. Statement of the nnmber of, cost of site, date of 
contract, contract price, and date of completioa of 



Deaf, dumb, and blind to the Ist Jnly, I8G8. Report of the pred- 
dent of the Colnmbia Institution for the . 

Deatlia, disminab, Ac., In the navy dnring the year IBSB. State- 
ments the 

Denmark dnring the year ending September 30, 1SS8, Statement 

of the oommereial relationB of the United States with 

Diplomatic Correspondence of the Revolution, Letter of the Secre- 

fary of Stata, asking for an appropriation to purcbne the. . 
DIsmtasions from the navy In the year 1858. Statement of tlie .... 
District of Colombia for Uie year ending June SO, 1860. Sstimatea 

for apptopriatloos for tho support of the penHenUary in the. 
DWriet of Colombia for the year ending September SO, I80S. An- 

noal report of the warden of the penitanliary fat the.... . 

2 



.y Google 



Doma of the Caidlol during th« jett 186S. Bepdit of Uw wgi- 
ncerlD cbirge of the TeoonstracUon of Uie .. 

Domestic produce, at New York, for the yean endiog Jane 30, 
185G, 1857, and ISaS. Elatemeat of the aTerage miHiUily 
prlcei of ocTtAlD leading aitlcUa of 

DomiDlrBD Kepubllc daring the year ending ftptember 30, 1S5S. 
Btateineata of the comBiercial relations of the Dnited Stales 
with the 

Douglass, of Tancouver's ialaDd. Uenage of the Pretldeot of tile 
Dnited States relative to advances nude by QoTemor James. 

Dnmadarie*. Letter from Ur. De Leon to the Secretary of War, 
endcaiiiga tnatiseon ........................... 

E. 

Ecuador during the year ending September 30, 1666. Statementa 
of the commercial relations of the Dnited Slates with....... 

Engineer in charge, on conetmction of coetom-bouseer court-hoasea, 
post offices, marine hospitals, and other pobllc bolldings 
confided to the charge of the T(«Miiry Department, Ke- 
port of the . ... 

Engineer in charge of the progress In the erection of the «a^tol 
eitension, new dome, and Post Office extension for 18G8. 
Beport of the 

Engineers, for the service of the anny dnring the year Jnne 90, 
18S0. Estimatwof theColooelof 

EnglneeiB of the army, of the operaUuns of his department during 
the year ending June 30, ISdS. Annual repoi t of the Colo- 

Eoglueeis of the army, of the operations of the Military Academy 
daring the year ending June 30, 1S5S. Aonnat retort of 
the Colonel of . .... 

Englneera of the army, of the opcntiona of his department during 
the year ending Jnne 3C, 1BS8. Annual report of the Chief 
of Topognphlcttl 

Estimates for ai^roprlations for the fiscal year ending Jane 30, 
1860. SUtemeotof the 

EatlmatBg for ^proprlations fur per diem and mileaga of senators, 
and for the support of the office of the Secretary of the 
Senate for the ^scal year ending June 30, 1H60 

Estimates for appropriations for per di«m and mileage of mem ben, 
and for the support of the office of Cbe Clerk of the House 
of Representatives for the fiscal year ending Jane 30, 1860. . 

Eftlmates for appropriations for the support of the oKoe of Super- 
intendent of Public Printing, and for paper required by the 
same during the year ending June 30, 1860 

IMlmates for appropriatiuns for the support of the Court of Claims 
during tbe year ending June 30, 1880 

Ktlmatea fur appropriations fur the support of the Kiecntive during 
tbe year ending June SO, 1B60 ...... 

figdmates for appropriations for the support of the Department ot 
State during the year ending June 30, ISfiO .. 

Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Treasury De- 
partment for tbe year ending June 30, I8B0 .. 

Estlmatta) for appropriations for the support of the Department of 
the Iiiterior for tbe year ending June 30, I860 

Estimates for appropriations for tbe support of the Wai Departmsnt 
during the year ending June 30, 1860 .... 

ShUmates tor appropriations tor the support of the Navy Depart- 
ment for the year ending June 30, I860.. .... 

Iltiiuates for appropriations for the support of the Pott OfBce De- 
t for the year ending June 30, ISfiO. ...... ....... 



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&Unwtea for •ppropristiona for ths mppoit of the mint of th« 
DtUted Stktea •od fts bnnchca, and anaj ofGoe, dniliig the 

;«■! ending June 30, 1860 

BrtttnAtes for approprbtioni for tho lupport of tho goTemmeDti In 

the Terriloiiet dnring the yw ending Jane 30. 18S0 

Ertimates for kpptoiniationi for the lupport of the Jadldarr doting 

the yur ending Jnne 3D, 1B60 

imtcs for appropilatknu for the ini^rt of the Independent 

treasury duiing the rear ending June 30, It)80.' 

nates for appropriaUoiiB for the continnttioo of the unrrej of 
the coMt of the United Btatet during the yesr radicg June 

SO, 1880. BtatcDMBtof the 

Bttnstti fot •ppK^riAtiMM for the support of the light-house 

ertkbUahineiit during the year ending Jnns SO, IBM 

Estimates for appropriatioas lot the expenses of InteTCowte with 

foreign nations daring theyeaiending Jane 3D, IBGO.. 
Eriiniatea for appTopriationt for mrTejiDg the pubiio lands daring 

the year ending Jnne 30, 1880 

btUnatea for appropriations for the paymott of penslona during 

the jesi ending June 30, 1860 

EBtimatcs for appTopriations for the son>ort of the penltenHary In 
the District of Colnmbla daring the year ending Jnne 30, 

1860 , 

Estimate for approprlatiims for the support of the goreniinent lios- 

[dtal for the Insane daring the year ending June 30, 1860 . 

Estimates for appropriations for the earreDtaiid contingent expenses 

of ibe Indlao deparUnent and fuifllling treaties with the 

various Indian trilws during the year ending Jnne 3D, 1860. 

Bstimates for appropriations for the support of the army during 

the year ending June 30, 1860.. 

latea far appropriationB for the support of the HilUary Acade- 
my daring the year ending June 30, 1860 

utes for appri^iriBtions for the repain, preeerration, and eon- 
structiMi of fortificatirais daring the year ending Jnne SO, 

I860 

BrtimateR foe appropriations for tlte support of the navy duHog the 

year ending Jnne 30, 1860 

KAimatea for appropriations for the support of ttie Adjutant Oene- 
ral's department of the army dnring the year ending June 

30, 1B60 

Estimatea for appropriatfona for the sapport of tlie Quartermaster 
QeneTBl's department of the amy daring the year ending 

June 30, 18B0 

'V""*'" for appropriations for the support of the Surgeon Qene- 
ral's deputment of the army dnring the year ending Jnne 

M, 18C0 

Estinate* f<K appropriations for the sopport of the Ordnance Uu- 

partment of the army during the year ending June SD, 1860. 

btitostes for appropriations for the support of the Enginee 

partment of the army dnring the yearending Jane 30, 1860. 
Estimatea fur appropriations for the support of the Bateau of Ord- 
nance and Hrdrographj of the nary during the year ending 

June 30, 1860. Statement of the 

Estimates for appraprtatioiu for the support of the Bar«aa of Yards 
and DocIls of the navy daring the year ending Jane 30, 

1860. Statement of the 

btimates for spproprl^ions for the support of the Bureau of Con- 
struction, Equipment, snd Kepalrs of the navy during the 

year ending June 30, 1860. Statement of ths 

EstinuUM for appropriations for the support of tbe Bureau of Pro- 
visions and Clothing of the nary during the year eliding 
Jane 30, 18G0. SUtement of the 



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Estimatea for appropriaHoni for that portion of the naval aeirlcfi 
nndsT tbe cogniianoe of the Bnrean of ProvIaloiiB and 
Clothing for the year ending Jane 30, 18S0. Statemeot of 



■ for appropriaUona for the lapport of the Barean of 
Medicine and Snrgerj of the narj for the year ending June 
30, 1B60, Stelement of the 

EgtImat«B foT approprlatiixii for the support of the PaymMtor'a de- 
partment of the Marine Corps dnilng the Tear entUng Jane 
SO, 1860. StBteuent of the 

Eatlmatee for approprlationia for the mppori of the QnaTtermHter'e 
department of the Marine Corps during the jear ending Jnne 
30, 1860. Statement of the ... 

Eatlmatea for appropriationg required to meet eipenaea of ooUect' 
ing the rcTenne from the Hklea of pvblio landa for the jear 
ending June 3D, IBSO. Statement of the 

EaUmatcs for appropriations for pnblio boildingi, gronnds, &o., 
daring the year ending June SO, 18G0. Statement of the 
Commissioner of Pnblio Bolldtngs of the 

Eatimate* for appropriations for the office of the Secretary of the 
Navy and the sonthwest szeoatiTe building for the j«ar 
ending June 30, 1S60. Statement of the 

Eitimates for appropriations for the rapport of the Btuetiii of Tarda 
and Docks of the tavj dniing the year ending June 30, 
18S0. Htatemaot of the 

Estimates for appropriations for the snppott of the Bnrean of Ord- 
nance and Hydrography of the navy dniing the year ending 
JnneSO, IStO. Statement of the 

Estimates for appropriations for the SDpport of Uie Barean of Con- 
strnctlon, Equipment, and Bepair of the navy during the 

year ending Jnne SO, 1860. Statement of the 

[lates for appropriations for the support of the Boreao of Pio- 
Tisions and Clothtog of the navy daring the year ending 
Jnne 30, 1860, Statement of the... 

Batlmates for ^propriations Ibr the support of the Bureau of 
Hedldne and Buigery of the nary dnring the year ending 
June SO, 1810. SUtoment of the. . 

Eatimates for appropriations for the support of the hymaster'a 
department of the Marine Corps dnilng the yearending June 
SO, 1360. Statement of the 

Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Quartermaster's 
department of the Marine Corps dnring the year ending June 
SO, IBBO Statement of the 

Bstiioates for appropriations for tiie pay of offioen of the navy 
attached to recmltlng stations during the year ending June 
SO, 1860. ttatemeut of the 

Estimates fix appropriations for the pay of offioeiB of the navy 
attached to navy yards and statloiis dnring the year ending 

JuueSO, 1860. Statement of the 

. Estimates for appropriations for the oonstroction and completion 
of works and cunent repidrs at the MveiBl navy yards 
daring the year ending Jnne 30, 1800. Statement of the... 

BsUmatea for appropriations fbr the oonstmcHon and cmnpletiDn of 
works and current repairs at the serer^ naval hosfritals 
during the year ending June SO, ISM. Statement of the.. 
dates for appropriations for the constractlon and completlcn 
of works and cnrrent repairs at the several naval msgadnea 
during the year ending June 30, 1860. Statement of the... 
lates for the pay of certain Florida volunteers. Letter of the 

Secretary of War, transmitting 

lates of eipense in taking the Seventh Cennis of ths Unlt«d 
BtotM. Letter of the Secretuyof the Interim, tnosmlttlng. 



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^rtiM«*M for the expeiwM incun«d Ktd paid b; the eseendTe of 
the Tenttorj cf Kwoms. Letter of the Secretary of Btot*. 
relative to 

■s for the service of the Poet Office Depiutiiieiit fbr the jbu 
ending Jane 3D, 18S0. letter of the Poatouwter Qeneial, 

truimitting b stsbimant of the 

utcs for the saluj of the miniiter rcEident Kt Japan, and 
other expenses, during the year ending Jnne 30, 1860. 

Letter of the Secretory of State, tnuumltting 

■ for canylDg the raalls between the United Statea and 
foreign coantries, arul the Atlantic and [Wdfio ooasta, during 
the year ending Jnne SO, ISSO. Letter of Uie FoMouster 

Genera], transmitting 

natei for the porchaae of five hnndnd oopiee of the Diplomatk 
Correepondence for the nw of tiie State DepartmeDt. Letter 
of tbe Secretarf of titete, bwiimlttiDg 

btimattB for tailing the cennv of the people of the Territory nf 
KanMS, with a viev to its admiwlon into the nnlon m a 
State. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, trannaittliig.. 

Esfimatei lor fd] fit ling treaty idpnlationa with theTancton (Slonx) 
and Tonawanda Indtani dnring the year ending Jane 30. 
1S60. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, tranunittlng. 

btlmatea for the preeervatlon of copyright books, and for the 
fMTChaM of volume eleven of the Statute* at I^ige. Latter 
of Um Secretary of the Interioi, tiannnltting .... 

EMCnllve dnring the year ending June 80, 1860. Drtimates for 
«Mi<^>P'^tlo»* for the enppwt of the 

Expeoilitoree of the goTemneDt daring the year ending Jane 38, 
IBSti, Statement 4rf tl>e amcnotof the raoelpu and 

Expenditnres for tbe qoarter ending September SO, 1B6S. State 
ment of the receipts and ..... 

ExpendilDm of the marine hoqdtal fiind dnring the year ending 
Jone 30, 1SS8. Statement of the receipts and 

Ezpeikdltnres (rf the government, annnally. from 1T69 to Jnne 30, 
185B. Statement of the amoont of the 

Expenditnrea under the direction of the Comndslioner of Public 
Buildings during the year ending June 30, 18B8. State- 
ment of the receipts and 

Eipaiditurea of the Poet OSce Department daring the year ending 
June 30, iaS8 BepOTt of the Auditor of the Treasary for 
the Post oeSce Deportment, of the 

Expendltares of tbe government dntlng the year ending June 30, 
189B. Letter of the Secretary of the Treasury, tmnsmltting 
a statement of the reoelpta and . ... 

Ezpenditnres of the government for the eooatmctton and repidrs 
of cQstom-honses. marine-hoqdtals, coart-housei. pott offices, 
branch minta, kc., during tlie year ending September 30, 
1858. Statement of the 

Expenditures of the Quartermaster Qeneml'a deparbnent of the 
army daring tbe year ending June 30, IBf " 



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« of the Paymaster General's department of the army 
during the year ending Jnne 30, 1868. Htatament of the.. 

Eipenditaree for ordnance and ordnance stores of the army during 
tlte year IB68. Statement of the 

Eipendl tares of tbe nary dnring tlie year 1858. Statement of the 
Fonrtb AnditoT, of tbe contingent . 

Expenditarea of tbe Deparbnent of Stata and foreign intercontse 
for the year 16fiB. Letter erf the Secretary of State, of tbe 
contingent .. , . .. 

Eipenditures of the Savy Department for the year ISSS. Letter 
of the Secietary of the Navy, of the contiagont. 



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Ezi^oring SipecBHon. HoMge of tbe Prnddent of tho Bnttad 
States, TelaUve to the pay of ofBtxre of the a»Tj engaged in 




Exports to foreign countries for the jear endlDg June 30, 1S58. 




SxportB of ooin and bullion, annually, from 1821 to ISfiS, inclucdTa 












EjportB of the United State*, annuallj, from 1811 to 18B8. Strte- 




Exporta of domestic nrodnoe, Ac., of the tTnlted StatM, anDuallr, 
from 1S47 to IB&B, loolindTe. 8tal«ment eihibiUog a sun- 


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fromlStl tolBftB.lndndm Statement of ttieralu« of— . 


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Exporta of cotton, aoDwllr, from ISSl to 1S68, with the aTenge 
coat per pound. Statement of the qnantity and Taloe of 


329 


Export! of tobacco ud rioe. annually, trcKn 1821 to 1858, InelnslTe. 


330 


Exporta of tbt manufactured and anmannfactnred pioducta of for 
eign countries, from 1840 to 1868, and the exporta of do- 
roetitlc produce of like character during the same period. 








Export! of the growth, prodnce. and manufcctn^e of the United 
SUtca during the year ending June 30, 1868. Statement of 


3S2 


Export trade of Qrwt Britain and E^aoce with the United States 
for the yean 1863, 186*. 1M8S, 1868, and 1867. Letter of 








Exporta of goods, wares, and merchandlw of Uie growth, prodnce, 
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ud mkaobctiire of foreign oonDtriM from Moh ooll«ctlou 
dtatrict daring Um tow ending Jane SO, 1868. Btatement 








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■genla Aarlag the jew lUT, ■■ retorned to the State De- 
partmeDt. Hee^e of the Prerident of the Cnited Stetei, 




Hre per Mat. fund uUng from the Mlet of the public Unde In the 
BUteoflndlMM. Letter from UwSecretaTT of theTrenarr, 




Fbuces of the comitiT during the jtn ending Jime 30, 1868. 








induuTe. BUtament of th« imports and the exports of 


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tnnnnltting aU the napen in nlafion to the mode and Dian- 




Forrign iatenwniM for (he vcmt 1868. Letter of the Secretary of 








the commerdalrelaUont of the United 8tatei wltii 

Fartifitstlona and defenoei duTlng the jeai ending June 80, 1860 


836 


Statee during the jeat 1868. Annual repoH of Qm Colonel 




Ftasce for the yean 1S63, 1864. 1866, 1856. and 186T. Letter of 
import trade of the United States with Qreot Britain and . . 


83 


FkanUnrt-on-the-Hayn during the year ending September 30, 1658. 


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Qald coina. Beport of the director of the mint of tho TTnited 
StatM upon the fioenew uid Tttlan of oartaln forelgD 

aamj omce from IBM to IBSe, InduilTe. Btatemant of the 


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OreaA Btitein nnd France for the jeers 1863, 185i, 186I>, 1B5G, uid 

to the export and import trade of the United Statet with 

menlA of the oommoreial relaUons of the United Statee with- 
Oieat Britain. Btatutlra of the trade nodec the reciprocity treatr 


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of the commerdal relatione of the Dnitad States with 

mente of Uie commercial nilationi of the United States with 


103 


Haihonand rivers of the Atlantic coast during the year IBGB. 
Annnal report of the Colonel of Englneen of the Kiaj, in 




the army, on the oondiUon of the improvement! of 

the commerdal relations of the United Btatei with 

1840 to 1858, incliuiTe. Statement of the Talae of the im- 


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of the commercial relations of the United Btates with 

Hospital for the insane during the yeai ending June SO, 1860. 


690 


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Imports of coin and bnlllon, annually, from 1811 to 1808, iodu- 
rive. Stttlcment of the amount of 


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biportB from tli« begbulng of gorenuiMnt to Juno 30, ISftB. 
Statemetit of tlie gtom nJoe of . .... 

ImpoTta, mnniullj, aseliulTe of qtede, from 1831 to 1868. 8tri»- 
mcDt of tbe VBloe of foreign ... 

Imports, uuwaUj, of cetUln ftrtielas, tad the omoiuit of dnty 
which aocTaed on tacb, from June 30, 184i, to Jnoe 90, 
1868. Btetementof thaTBlneof 

ImpMtt of wine, ^rits, ko., biuiiibII;, from 1843 to 1BB8, IdcId- 
dva. StKtemeDt of the 

Imports, mimnajlj, from 1811 to 18C>8, IncInslTe. fitatemeiit of 
the Tmlne of ....... .. .... 

Im^^oiti of inm, maoofHitiiMB of inm, and iron and ated, iteal, 
•agar, wiiiM, and all libricB of whldi wool, oottoo, dlk, 
flax, or hemp ia a ooatpoimmt part, aiMiiallj, from 1641 to 
1868, inclarire, with the duties which aocraed tbereon 
doriiig eacti year, and of brandiea from ie5G-'6T-'&8. 
StatemeDt irf the vfttoeof .... ... ........ 

Import! from Canada and other BrttUh poMewions from Jul; 1, 
1861, to Jane 30, 1868. 6tat«mut of the value of 

Intpoii trade from Qrcat Britain and Prance for the yean 1853, 
'M-' 55- '66-' 67. Letter of the Secretary of the Traanuy 
in reference to the . 

baporta of gooda, warei, mid merohandbo of the growth, prodaoe, 
and manutactnre of foreiga oouutrlet during the year end- 
ing June 30, 1868. Statement of the 

Impnta ot goods, wares, and morctuuidlM of the growth, produce, 
and maaofKtnre of foreign conotriea, into each collection 
district during the year ending June 30, 18U. Blatemeat 
of the 

lodlaii Department, and fnlflUlng treatiet with Tarione Indian 
tribea, daring the year ending Jane 30, 1800. fMimatea 
lot appropitetioiw for the oorrent and contingent expenses 
of the 

Tmllfn AiUrs, of the c^raUons of his ofGce and the condition of 
the Indian tribes dnring the year ending Jano 80, 1868. 
^nnnnl nport of the OommlsdoQer of . ... 

Pigun <mti decumnti acwyaiqiiny 1A( nisM r^art. 

HBW TonK AonaT. 

No. 1. Beport of Bela N. CoiegroTo, agent for the Indians 
In tbe Stete of New York 

■ucKivAO Aonor. 

Ko. 2. Bepott of A., H. Fitcb, agent for tbe Indians In th« 

State of Michigan 

No. 3. Beport of P. Dougherty, teacher of the manual labor 
•chool at QmndTravene... ............. ....... 

AfldCT MB TBI INDlUrB nt TBM TKnniTT OF OBEBR HAT. 

No. 4. Beport of A. D. Bcmesteel, agent for the Indiani in 

■aid ridnlty .... . 

No. 6. Beport of Jane Doosman, teaclier to the Menomo- 

No. 6. Beport of Bosolio Dousmon, teacher to the llenomo- 

No. T. Beport of Frederick Hom, fsraiM; to tbe Uenomo- 

Ho. 8. Beport of David Lewis, teacher to the Oneidaa 



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i.tiobs 



iDdiut Affiln, report ComniMoaer, papen Booompanfliig — COD.— 



No. 9. Report of W.J. Cnllen, laperiutandent ..... 

No. 10. Bepoit of J. W. Lynda, Bgant tor the Ghlppewu cf 

th« Hftnlnippi 

Ko. II. Beport of C. E. Drew, agent for the ChlppewM of 

Lake Bapertor . . 

Na 12. Bepott of JoMpb B. Brown, agent for the Sionx-... 
Ho. 13. Beport <^ A. Bobertaon, teacher at Ued-a-w^kui- 

toan and Wah-ip^-totait reserve , 

No. U. Report of John UcCnllongh, tMcher at Hadawood.. 
NO.U. Baportofa— art>nwn,fawMgfcrtha8*— ata— 

and Wah-paj-toan tend*-...... 

No. U. Report of Charlea H. ISlx, agent fbr tha Wlnnal»- 

5oe« 

No. IT. Letter of K Pritchetta, apectel a(;ent, trauBnittiug 

report of his vfiit to the Ynactonnab 

No. 18. Beport of K. Pritchetta, apecisl agent, of hia vidt to 

the Yanctonnala '. 

No. 19. Cop;of Saperlntendent CuUeD'ainatroctiona to Ur. 

iMtchatte 

No. 20. Hlnutea ot an interview wlOi the Taactonnda, 

marked B ............. ... 

No.Sl. Mlanteiof aaaoond lnt«rvl«w, marked O.......... 

N0.2S. Beport of A. H. BofalntOD, niperintendent 

No. S3. Beport of AlfredJ.Tanghan.agantfoi the Blackfcet 

ladiaas 

No. M. Beport of H. Bodfleld, agent tor the Indiana of the 

Upper Mlwonil ... 

No. IS. Beport nipplemental of H. Bed&eld, agent for the 

lodlane of the Dpper HlMonrt 

No. 2fl. Beport of Thomai H. TwIk, agent for the Icdlani for 

the Upper Platte 

No. 27. Beport of C Miller, agent for the Indiana co the 

No. 28. Beport (rf W. F. Wiisim, agent for the Omahaa 

No. 29. Beport of Wm. W. Denniaon, agent for the Ottoea, 

and lUaaonrtaa and Pawnaea 

No. 30. Beport of Daniel Tanderallee, agent for the lowaa, 

and the dace and Foseaof the UlnDnri 

No. 31. Report of B. F. Boblnaon, agent for the Delawarea .. 
No. 31. Beport of Benjatnin J. Newaom, agent for the Shaw- 

n«es and Wyandola . .. 

No. 33. Beport of William B. Mnrphy, agent fbr the Potta- 

watomlea 

No. St. Beport of John Jackaon, (nperintendent of the Bap- 
tist Pottawatomie maniul labor ichool.. .. 

No. 36. Beport of John Rchnlti, anperlntendent of the St. 

Mnry'a Pottawatomie manual labor achool , 

No. 36. Beport of Franda Tymonj, agent (or the Saca and 

Foxeiof the Ulaaonil.... ., 

No. 31. Beport of John Montgomery, agent for tlie "Eawa" 

orEaoMt Indian* .. 

No. 38. Beport of Seth OIotct, ^^t for tha Weai and Flan- 

keahawa, KaithiiHat and Feoriaa, and Miamiea.. 



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NO.S9. Beportof Ellu Rector, niperlnteiident 

No. 40. Oop; of office imlroctloiu to 8Dp«tlnteDdent Beetor, 

In regard to Choctow difficaltieB 

Ho. 41. Beport of Andreir J. Dora, BKeDt toi the Otagei, 

Qiuipaws, Seoecu Mid Bhameaa, and BeD«CM 

1(0.43. Beportof JohaBchoeDinak<iiB,aaperiDteiulnit of the 

Onge manaal labor icbool ... 

No. 43. Baport of Oeorge Butler, agent tot the Cfaerokeea... 
Ho. 44. B^iort of H. D. Be«ae, sajwrintendoDt of Cherokee 

public KhO(^ 

Hol U. Beport of miUam H. Oarnitt, »gmt lor ttio Oreeka. 
Mol 40. Beport of Bar. D. B. Cnmniiog, miwioaarj tt " 

Creek* 

Nol47, BeportofQ.Eeuod.niperiDtendeiit of Creek public 

achooU in Uie Arkaiuaa dirtilct 

Nol48. Beport of Homat B. Bnble, aoperintendeDt of the 

Creek Aabnry manoal labor school 

No. 49. Beport of Jaraes M. C. Bmitb. ■nperlnlendeiit of the 

Creek neighborhood kIiooIb in the Canadian dif- 

trict 

Ho. 50. Beportof B. U. Longhridga, superintendent of the 

Creek imuiual labor aobool at l^HahaHs 

Ho. 51. Beport of Samuel U. Batherford, agent for the Semi- 

Ho. 32. Beport of John Ullej, superintendent of Seminole 
manual labor nchool ........... 

Ho. 69. Beport of DoDglaa H. Cooper, agent for the Cboo- 
tawa and ChkkaMws .... ... ..... 

No. M. Beport of Ber. O. F. StaAe, miadonaiy to the 
Chodam 

No. 66. Beport of Alexander Beid, superintendent of Bpen- 
cer academy . , ... 

No. 611. Beportof J. D. Chamberlain, snperintendentof the 
lyanubi female aoadem;... .... 

No. 67. Beport of W. B. Baker, mpninteiidaut of Ann- 
strong aaadein7 

No. ftS. Beport of Oeorge Aliulie, luperinteadent of Kow- 
iha female aoademj ...... 

Ho. 6S. Beport of John Bdwards, Baperiatendent of the 
Wbeelock female academy .... 

No. 80. Beport of C. Kingsfanry, inperlnMndent <tf t 
ChDalaCsnaleMmlnary.. ...... 

No. el. Baport of S. L. Hobba, soperintandent of CbodAW 
oeighborbood aehools.................. 

Ho. 83. Beport of J. C. Bobinsoa, supertntendent of Choc- 
taw manual labor schoid..................... 

Ho. 83. Beport of C. H. Wilson, superintendent of the 
Wahpanui^ inititote 

No. 84. fieport of J. H. Carr, auperlntendent of Bloimifield 

No. 86. Beport of F. H. Faloe, aapeiintmident of Colbert 
insiltnte 

No. 68. Beport of Botiert B Neighbors, soperrlslng agent 
for the Indians in TUxaa ............ 



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Indian Afbin, report CommimloDBr, papen MCompMi7*K — Oon. — 
No. 67. Beport of M. Leeper, agent for the ludiuu of the 

Oomanche ageoDf . 

Mo. 68. Beport of Bichard Sloaa, tMchet on the Couutncbe 

No. 89. Beport of H. P. Joaet, famet on the Comanche re- 

Vo. TO. Baport of S. P. Bo«, agent for the Icdiana of the 
Brae(«ageac7 . 

No. 11. Beport of Z. E. Coombai, teacher at Brazo* reaei 
No. T3. Beport of H. B, How, brmer on the Bruoa Teas 



No. 73. Beport of J.L.Co11bis, Baperfntendent 

No. 74. Beport of Chrbtopher Canon, agnnt for tbe Utalu. . 
No. 7G. Beport of M. Bteck, agent for the IndUna within 

the Apache agency 

No. 76. Letter frota the Bev. Samnel Qonnan, relatfye to 

the condition of the Pueblo Indlane 

No. 77. Beport of Q. Bftiley, special agent, in regaid U 

Indians of Arizona .... 

No. 18. Beport of Jacob ITomej, anperlntendent .. 

ouooH Am wuHorams mnamxRDmror. 

No. Tt. Beport of J. W. Nflimlth, Buperiatendent 

No. SO. Beport of E. 0. Fitahne, epedal agent for the Neiik- 

wo, SamUb, and Lnroini tribes .... 

No. 61. Beport of M. T. Blmmong, agent for the Indiana of 

Pag«t> Bound district 

No. 82. Beport of J. H. JenUns, apedal agent at Neah Bay.. 
No. 83. Oonr of letter of baac W. &nith, keeper of 

llgbt-honse, to agent eimmoM 

No. B4. Oop7 of letter of ^ent Simmons to Ht. Smltb 

No. 8(t. Beport of B.C. Fay, local agent at Penn'iCove 

No. 86. Beport of W. ROoaneil, apeclai agent at BqnalulD 

No. 87. Beport of Richard I^ne, teacher at Sqnaktin re- 
No. 88. Beport of Q. A. Piuge, local agent at the Kitsap. . 
No. 89. Beport of Sidney B. Ford, ten., ipeclal agent (bi 

the Upper Chehalia, and the different bandi 

along the Chebalis river 

No. *0. Beport of B. B. Metcalfe, agent for the Indiana 

within the SletE agency 

No. 91. Beport of E. P. Drew, ■ub.agent (or the Indiana at 

Umpqaa .. . 

No. it, Beport of William Tlchenor, spedal agent. . 

No. 03. Beport of John F. Hiller, agent fOr the Willamette 

tribee 

No. 91. Report of k. P. Dennlaon, agent for the Indians of 

the northeaetem diitrlct of Oregon...... 

No. OB. Copy of letter of John Owen, apadal agent.. 
No. OS. Copy of letter of John Cwen, special agent .. 
No. 01. 0^ of Bnperintondent Nennith'i Inttructtons to 

Mr. Owen 

No. 08. Copy of newspaper correspondeot " B".. 



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Indus ASiIn, report CommiMioDer, psp«n acoompanj'g — Con - 
Mo. 99. Heport of B. B. I^nsdaJe, agent for the India 

sortb of Colnmbta rtver and eott of the Caacade 

monntaing -.,-..,-,-------">.>.-.-----•.«-. 

So. 100. Letter of the Hon. Isaac I. Stevens to Commlft- 

■loner of Indian AtUn. 
No. 101. Commnnicatimi b'om lieuMuant John Mnllan 

reepectiug Indian hoatUitiea .— 

galuduiu aqxhoi. 

Ho. 102. Beport oT Thotou J. BenleT, flnperintendent . 
Nu. 103. B«poTt of H. P. Helntielman, aub-agent for the 

Klamath reMTTe 

No. IM. Bx^port of Vlnoent E. Gelger, agent for the Nome 

Leckee reeerre ... — . 

Ho. lOfi. Beport of H. B. Lewis, anb-agent for the Fieno 

No. 106. Beport of J. B. Vine^rd, agent for the Indians at 
TeJMi 

No. 107. Beport of O. Bailey, apodal agent, npofl the ^a- 
tem of Indian TceerratioDa 

No. 108. CopT of • letter of Special Agent Baiter to 8. P. 
Storms, overseer at None Cult farm . 

No. 109. Copy of letter of Oreneer Stonna to special agent 
fiafley. 

Ho. 110. Statnnent of O. Bailey, dtsbmdng clerk of the 
Interior Department, of the condition of the 
Indian trnat fand, with accompanying pi^is, 
marked 1,2,3 

Indiana. Genenl oideia No. II, from army headquartera, respect- 
ing a»nba<8 with Indiana 

IndiaBi nnu- Fort Arbockle. Belatlve to diitarbancea by the.. 

Indiana daring the year ending Jane SO, 1868. Stafannent of the 
diabntaemente of taoaej and goods for the beaeBt of the 

Indiana. letter of the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting 
statement of amonnts doe claimants nnder treaty with tiie 
Bosneffiver 

Indiana. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting esti- 
inates for approptlalione for fnlfllling treaty atipulations 
with the Tancton (Sooi) end Tonawanda . 

ladlait tribes, payable on time. Statement of ai 
beatie* with varlona 

TmTtr" hoatilitiea in Oregon and Waahington Tenitoriea. Letter 
of the Third Auditor of the Tceasaiy, on the aabject of 
claims growing out of . 

Indiana. Letter of the Becretary of the lYeasoiy, relative 1 

dlqpodtion of the fire per cent, fund Mm Uie sales of pnblic 

Indiana. Statement of the amount of stock held in trust for the 

Chickasaw 

Infirmary. Beport of the resident pbysiciait of the Washington .. 
In^oe In the XHstrict of Coltunbis during the year ending June 30, 

ISSO. IMmates for eppropiiatlons for the support of the 

hospital for the 

Iiisiiiii Annnal report of the Board of TiidtorHof the government 

hosplUl for the 

Interior during the year ending Jane 30, 18S0. Eattmate tat ap- 

pToj^UtUma fin the support of tlia Departme&t of the. 



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Ugt of docDmcnta received of tbe Librarian of Congresi kI 

the Department, Angnst and September, ISfiS 

Beport of the ComtDinloneT of the Qenaral t^nd Of&ce.... 

Beport of (he Comminioaer of Indtan Affairs 

Report of the CominiMioner of Peiuioiu 

Beport of the Commiarioner of Pabtic BaildlngB 

Beport of the Warden of the PenitcDtiar; for the DfeUict 

of ColnmUa. . . 

Bqwit of the BnpeilnteDdeat, &c , of the OoTenmmt Ho«- 

pital for tbe IntBiie 

Beport of the Board of Dtrectoia of the Iiutitntlon tor the 

Deaf. Damh, aod Blind 

Interior, tranimittiiig Btatement of amoaDts doe clainianta nnder 
treaty irith the Bogne Biter Indiaoi. letter of the Hecre- 

tai7 of the 

Interior, traouDlttlD)! eetimatee of expeuea of taking the Seventh 

C«n«u« of the United Statta. Letter of the aecretary of the. 

Interior, tranHmilting a tabnlai itatement of the ezpenseB of the 

Supreme Coort of the United Blatre dnring the years 1854, 

18SG, 1866, and ISST. Letter of the Secretary of the 

Interior, transmitting plans and estimatee for pnblio bDlldioBi in 

the Tenltoilea. Letter of the Secretary of the . . 

Interior, trsnmitUDg a Hit of clerka and other persons employed 

In the Department of Uie Interior, aod their compenaation 

for the year 1658. Letter of tbe Secretary of tbe 

Interior, relative to the preaent dtnation of the military reaervatioo 
of Hock Iilaud, in the Hiadsalppi river. Letter of tbe Sec- 

retaiy of the 

Interior, transmitting an eatimate for taking tbe censua of the 

Territory of Kanue. Letter of the Hecretaiy of the 

Interior, tranamittlng eetimateB for appropriations for fulfilling 
treaty stlpQlatioDt wjtb tbe Tancton (Sioni) and Tonawanda 
Indians during the ;ear ending June 30, IBGO. Letter of 

the Secretary of the . 

Interior, trantmitting an eatimate for an appropriation for the pre- 
terratlon of copyright books. letter of the Secretary of 

tbe 

Interior, transmlttlDg a otatement of tbe contingent eipenaes of 
the Department of the Interior during the year ending 

June 30, 1S68. letter of tbe Secretary of tbe 

Interior, trantrnttUng a statement of the balances of approprlatlont 
■tandlng to the cndit of the Interior Department Letter 

of the Secretary of the 

Interior, transmitting Information relative to the Adviiory Board 
of Agrlcnlture of the Patent Office. Letter of (be Secretary 

of the 

Interior, tnasmiUIng reports upon the several wagon roads to the 
FaciBc ocean, cunatnicted under the direction of tbe Interior 

Department. Letterof the Secretary of the 

Ionian Islands daring the year ending Beptember 30, IBAS. State- 
ment of tbe commercial relations of the United States wltb. 
Iowa for the year IS&S. Aannal report of the surveyor general of 

the public lands fur the State of .. ... 

Iron and stevl. and mannfactnres thereof, imported into the Unitad 
Status daring the flsca] years ending June 30, 1S&6, 1867, 
and 1868. Statement of the quantity and value of. . 



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Japan. Letter of tbe Secretarj of State, aiktof; tbftt an approprfv 
tiim be toaide for the aalar; of the United Btates miniBter 
midcnt at . 

Japan daring the jear ending September 30, 18aS. 6tatement« of 
the oommercial relatloni of Uie United States irlth 

JoiUdarj during the year ending June SO, 1860. Estimates for 
appropriatloni for the Buppuitof the .... 

K. 

KMBma. Letter of the Swretarj of State, asking an approprtatloii 
to paij certain contingent expenses in the TerrltinT' of 

TTiiiti Letter of Um Secntary of the Tresinii7, transmltUng s 
report of the contin^Dt expenses incurred bj- the Kveral 
gorertMHSof the Territory of ., 

ITinsis Letter of the Becretaij of Btate, asking an increased 
BfqpnipriatJol) for the oontingent expenses of the Territory of. 

Fsiiws Letter of the Secretarj of the Interior, tnuwmlttlDg va 
estimate for taking the census of the Territory of . 

Kmbmd, United States contnl at Hong KoDg. Letter of the Secte- ) 
tary of State, lelatlre to the claim of Jamea..... { 



I^kes durlDg the year 18GS. Beport of the Colonel <rf Topo- 
grapfaiotl Engineers of tbe army, of the progress in the surrey 
of the northern and northwestern 

I^ad Officii transmttUng estimates for sppropristions during the 
year ending Jane 30, 1860. I^ter bom the Commiesloaer 
of the Qenersl . , . . 

P^av aro aB ip nsf u i g At abatt. 

BAImales of appropriatioiu required tor salaries and ctmtlo- 
gent expenses of the otGce .- 

Estimates to tneet expenses of collectii^ revenue ftom the 
Mies of public lands . ... 

Appropriations for snrveying department .. 

Approprlsticms of the 2, 3, and & per cent, to Statee therein 

I«ad Office, of the operations of his office during the fiscal year 
ending Jane 30, I8AB, snd for the quarter ending September 
30, 1868. Beport of the CommEsidoner of the Qaneral. . 

F)fen aewnipa y wp thi atom 

A. — Statement of public land sold, Ac, np to September 
SO, 1858 

B. — Similar stateotent for second half of said fiscal year.. 
C. — Estimate of sppropriations fat office of Commissianet of 

deneral Land CWce. ..... 

D. — EsiioMte of conUogent appropriations for the same 
E.— Estimates of sppn^iriations for iarvejiDg department.. 
F. — Estimates of appropriations for surveying public lauds. . 
O. — Eeports of surveyors general and accompanying doca- 

I^nda prepared for market, and not advertised for sale, and lands 
advertised tor sale on the 3ath of June, 1B68, and lands that 
will be prepared for ssle during the quarter eodlrkg Sep- 
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lADdi. Sale* and other dliporali ot the public ... ._ 

l^adB under the several acta of 18i7, 1850, 1852, and 1855. Btate- 
ment of the coDdltion of tha bouDtf 

lAnds selected bj the icTenil Statea under tha acts of Uaich 1, 
1849, and September 28, 1850, ap to and aading September 
30, 1SS8. Statemetit of the qnaatltr of swamp 

I^ndi granted nnder vationi acta, rtom 1860 to ISST, to the 
Mveral State* for railroad purpmea. Statement of the 
nmnbei of railroadg and qoantitjof ... ..... 

Lands selected under the several acta for tha ImproTement of tba 
Foi and Wiacondn rirers, In Wlscondn. Statement of the 
qnantit; of . 

IjindB during the year ending June 30, 1858. Statement of the 
mrr eying operation* of tbe public 

Land claims, lltlea derived from former gOTernmcDta, which have 
been recognised by the United State*, punnant to treaty 
■tlpulotionB of private . 

Lands in the Stat« of MiniMMit* for the jear 18SB. Aimiial report 
of tbe surveyor general ot the public... ... 

Land* fn the States of IlUnoia and Hisaonil for the year 1W8. An- 
nnal report of the ■nrveyor general of the pnblic ...... 

lAnds in tha State of Iowa for the year 18GS. *"""»1 report of 
the lurvayor general of the public ... 

Landa In the State of Arkaniaa for the year 1868. Annnal report 
of the surreyot general of tbe public ... 

Lands in the State of LouIbLuik for the year IBSB. A"""»-^ report 
ot tbe surveyor general ot tbe public 

Lands In the State of Florida for tbe fear 18S8. Annual repent of 
the surveyor general of tiie public ... 

lAnds In the Territory of Nebraska for the year 1858. Annual 
report of the anrveyor general of the public . 

Lands hi the Territory of New Mexico during the year 1856. An- 
nnal report of the surveyor general of tha public . 

lAuds in the State of Callfoni^ during tbe year 1868. Annual 
report of the aorvejor general of the pnblic 

Landa in the State of Oregon for tbe year 18CB. Annual report of 
the surveyor general of the public 

Lands In the Territory of Waablngton (or the year I86S. Annual 
report of the surveyor general of the public .. 

Lite and anrf boala. Beport of the bgard of oommiaaionen ap- 
pointed by the Scerataiy of the Treasury upon ..,. . 

Light-house eetabliihment for the year ending June 30, ISflO. 
timatee for approprlatioika for the support of the ... 

Ught-boDse Board dnring the year ending Jnne 30, ISGB. An"ll»l 
report of the ... . . . ..... 

Ugbt-hoDse Board. Annual eipenM of erecting ilght-houae* 

supporting tbe light-bouse system since ttie creation of the.. 

Linen, ttoia 1840 to 1858, iDcloslTe. Statement of the foreign 
Importation and exportation, and home CMUumptlon, ud 
the domeatlc consumption of ... 

Looistana for the year 1B58. Aonoal report of the surveyor gene- 
ral of the public lands for the State of ...>, 



Ibfl service daring the year 186B. Statement of tbe foreign 

Uall service during tbe year 1868. Statement of the amoDot paid 

for ooaan steamsbtp and foreign . ......... 

Kail service for the year ending June 30, ISfiS. Statemeot at the 

condition of the ............................ 

Mall service for tbe rear 1868 In aerenl Statea and Terrltorlai. 

Statement of the... 



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kbit service by lulroada, ai In operation on the 30th Juno aad 

30th September, tS!>8. StaUment of 

Mall WTTice b; BtcamboatB, as in operation on September SO, 1866. 

Statement of ... 

MaQ cerrice and coat In each Btale tud Taiitoty daring the year 
185B. Statement ehowlng the lucreaM and decrease of 
ttie 

Vail serrke of routes on which ImpToveiDenta have been made 
■od additional expense incurred. Statement of the 

TiiSl tcrrUx during the year etujing Jane 30, 1868. Statement of 
the curtailment of the 

HaO) from 8t. Joseph, Uinouri, to Placervllle, California. Hes- 
mgt, of the Pieddent of the United States, traOBmlttiiig bil 
reasons for Uling to approve the Joint resolaUon relative to 
caiTTmgUn 

Haila to fbreign ooontriea. Letter of the Poatmaster Oeneral, 
transmitting copies of oontracte made for aarylng the . 

Hills to fbrrigacoaDtiiesand the Atlantic and Padflc coasts during 
the year ending June SO, J860. Letter of the Poetmaster 
0«Denil, tiaosmittlog estimates for carrying the 

Hails made daring the year ending June 30, 186T. Letter of the 
Poatmaster Oenoral, transmitting a statement of the oSen 
and contracts for carrying the 

HsQs establlKfaed during the year ending June 3D, 1868. State- 
ment of the land and water 

Hail coDtractoiB for failures to deliver the m^ls lor the year 1868. 
Statement of the Snes and dedacttons from the pay of 

Han conlTacton during the yew ending June 30, 18fi8. Stateownt 
of the curtailment of the m^l service and pay of the 

Hsmi for his services as confidential agent of the State Department. 
Letter of the Becretary of State, asldng authority to pay A. 
Dudley. . 

Msnnfactnred articles of domestic produce exported to foreign 
oonnbies from June 30, lSi6 to Jane SO, 18fi8. State- 
ment of 

HsnnfactDTed and anmanuJactared articles of foreign conntries, and 
domestic products of like character, exported annually from 
1840 to 1858. Statement of the value of 

Hanofactuies of Iran, and Iron and steel, steel, wool and cotton, 
silk. Sax, llaen, hemp, mauilla, sun, and other hempe of 
India, silk, and worsted goods Imported from and exported 
lo foreign countries from 1840 to 1868; snd also domestic 
exports of like character for the same periods. Statement 
exhibiting the valuea of the 

Haanfacturet of Iron, steel, sugar, wines, and all Ubrics of which 
wool, cotton, siUc, flax, or hemp Is aoomponent part, Im- 
ported annually from ISIT to IBGS, Inclusive, with the 
duties which accrued thereon each year respectively. State- 
ment exhibiting the values of the 

HsnabctuTce for the year 1868. Buport of the Commissioner of 
Patents on Arte and . ...- 

Hnn&ctnres, according to the returns of the Seventh Ceosns. 
Message of the President of the United States, relative to 
Uie digest of statistics of 

KsilDe Corps of the nary daring the year 1868. Report of the 
oommandant upon Hie condition of the 

Harloe Coi p« of the navy, October 1, 1868. Oeneral tetiim of the 
officers, Qon-oommisiioned offican, muoiciaus, and privates 

of the 

Marine Corps of the navy during the year ending June 30, 1860. 
Btatenent of the estimatee for appropriations for tlw sup- 
ped of ti)e QnartermMter' a department of the ............ 

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Kuine Corps of tbo hat; dming th« year eodlag Jane 3D. 1860. 
Stalement of tbe eatlmat«t for approprlattons for the rap- 
port of tbe Paymaater's departmBnt of the 

Uarlne Corps daring tbe jear and[ng Jnnn 30, 1868. Statement 
of tbe pay and emoluments of officen of the 

Hariue hoepit&lB dniiDg tbe year BDding September 3D, 1858. 
Beport of the engineer In charge, of tbe progress in the 
construction of the 

Marine hospitals parchased or built Statement of the number of. 

liarine bospitals. Statement of the appropriation, uMt of site, 
' le of contract, contract price, and date of completion of 



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Marine botplUl fund during the year endinf; Jnne 30, 1868. state- 
ment of the receipts and expendituTes of the . 

Medicine and Surgery of the nary dating tbe year ending Jnae 30, 
IS 60. Eitimatea for appropriations for tbo support of tbe 
Barean of 

Medldnu and Bargety of the navy of the operations of bis bnrean 
and the medical service dttring the year 1858. Report of 
tlie Chief of tbe Bureau of 



A. — Estimate of the amount required for the support ot 

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery for the year ending 
June 30, 1860 

B. — Estimate of the amount required for the support ot the 
medical department of vessels in commlaalon, navy 
yards, naval stations. Marine Corps, and Coast Snrvey 
for the year ending June 30, 1860 

Merdiandise imported daring the fiscal years 18S6,-'6T, and -'S8, 
reepecUvely, with tbe duties accruing thereon; also tbe 
value of articles Imported free of duty during the same 
ptriod, including those made free by act of March 3, 1857. 
Statement exhibiting the value of 

Merchandise imported, rC'eiported, and oomamed: tiie estimated 
population and the rate of consanptlon, ftr mpila, annually, 
from 1821 to 1858, Inclntlve. Btatemeat of the value of 
foreign 

Merchandise exported annually from ISSI to IBBB. 
tbe valae of foreign and domestic 

Merchandise re-exported annually from ISil to 1858, indoslvc. 
Btatement of the value of the dutiable 

Mexico during tbe year ending September 30, IBGB. Statements 
of tbe commercial relations of the United States with.. 

Military reservation of Bock Island, in the Uisslssippl river. Letter 
of the Secretary of the Interior, relative to the present 
Bltoation of the 

Itilitaiy Academy during tbe year ending June 30, 1800. 
mates for appropriations for tbe support of the 

Military establishment during the year 1698. Statement of the 
expenditare of the appropriation for the contingent expens 
of the 

Military Asylnm for the year 1858. Beport of the Commiseionen 

Militia during the year ending June 30, 1858. Statement of ord- 
nance and ordnance stores distributed to the 

Militia of tbe United Stales for the year 1858. Abttract of the 
returns of arms, sccoatrementa, and ammunition of the.-,. 

Ministers resident, out of any balance of former appropriatioui. 
Letter of the Secretary of State, asking for aofliority to pay 
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Uinncaota dmlEg th« year ISSB. B«port of the Colonel of Topo- 
gr^hical KDgiQeera, on theconditloaof th«tDllltHi7roadtIn. 

Miaseaotk for Iha yetr 18&B. Anaoal r«port of the surveyor 
gcQdial of the public lands for the State of 

Hint of tlte United Stfitei and bnndiee, and aaaay office, dnring 
the jear endiag Jnna SO, IBflO. Eitlmatea for iq)pn>prla- 
tloDB for the lapport of tha 

Hint of the United States and hranches, and aoay office, during 
the year ending June 30, I8S8. Report of the director of 
the opentlons of Uie 

Hint at the United Slates and Its branches dnriaK the year ending 
June 90, I8S8. Statement of the amotiDl of depoeltB and 
oolnage of the 

Hot of the United States and branches. StatenMnt of the amonot 
<rf ctMoage from their organlBtUon, in 1793, ii the dose of 
the fis»l year endlog Jane 30, IS58, of the 

Mint of the United States at I'bUadelphla, fhnn 1T93 to 18G8, In- 
dnsiTe. Statement of the amount of coinage at tha 

Hint of the Onited State* at Ban Frandaco, from 18S4 to IBfiS. iu- 
dnrive Statement of the amonnt of oolnagc at the branch. 

Hint of the United States at New Orleans, from 1838 to 1868, in> 
clniiTe. Statement of tha amonnt of coinage at thebrandi. 

Hint of the United States at Charlotte, N. C, from 1838 to 18(>8, In' 
cinriTc. Blatement of the amonnt of coinsgeat the biaiich. 

Hint of the United States at Uahlonega, Qa., from 1838 to 1858, In- 
clusive. Statement of the amooot of coinage at the branch. 

Hint of the United States and bnnches, fh>m 1804 to I8G8, incln- 
lire. Statement of the amount at douKEtlo gold deposited 
in the 

HiscellsoeoDs claims. Letter of the Secretary of the IVeaavry, 
trannnitting a statement of payments of. ..... 

HiaBoari for the year 1858. Annnal report of the snrveyor general 
of the pnblic landa (or the State of ..... 

Hmad, late consular agent of the United Stales at Jadb. Letter of 
the Secretary of State, Telatlve to the claim of i. S 

Hnscat dnrlng the year ending September 30, 1868. Statements 
of the oomraerdal reliHona of the ^nited States frith 



Rsntieal tlmawT during tha year ending Jane 30, 1860. Esti- 
mates for apprc^ilationB for the expenses of compiling and 
printlogof the — 

Kutlcal Almanac during the year 1868. Report of the progress 
and condition of the 

NsTsl Academy daring the year ending Jane 30, I8S0. Report 
of the Board of Examinen, of the condition and operations 
erf the 

Maral Academy during tha year ending June 30, 1860. Esti- 
gsate* (or approprtationB for tha suppcst of tha...... 

Saral Asylnin daring the year ending Jnne40, 18G8, Btalemeot 
of the operations of the .. 

Xatal commanders in the Oulf of Uexico. Message of the Praal- 
dent of the United States, transmitting copies of inatruc- 

RaTsl hoqritaJs daring the year ending Jnne 30, 1860. Estimates 
for constmctioa and completion of works and repairs at the 

Kanl taagadnM daring (he year ending JuTia 30, 1660. Esti- 
mates for oonatruction and completion of works and repairs 
at Uw several '-— 



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Naval Observatory, &c. , ot the operntloiu of that institDtloD during 
the year 1868. Report of the commander of the .... 

Naval Ob^trvatory and Hydiographical Office dtuing the year eod- 
ing Jane SO, 1860. Eitunatea for affutipriatioiu for the 
support of the . ..... 

Nnval practice-ship Preble doiinB the year 18S8. Bepoit of Com- 
mander Ciavcn, of the cruise of the 

NaTig&tioQ, (Sw Oonmtnt (mi Nauigatuni.) 

Navy Departtcent dnriBg the year ending June 30, 1S60. EbU- 
Uisteg for appropriation! for the support of the .. 

Nary, of the operations of the navy and the Kavy Departmeot 
doting the year 1B68. Annnal report of the Secretary of the. 



Rgiertt andpaptn aeamg[iimymg tht alott. 

A. — List of deathi, resignations, and dismJBdoilB in the 
navy since the last report ............. 

B. — Code of rt^nlaUons for the government of the nary, 
ptepared by direction of act of Congren paaed 
March 3, 1867 

C. — Beport of board of officers appointed to wltneea the 
euuninatioD of acting toldthipinen, and exao ' 
Into the state of the police diiciplioe and general 
management of the Naval Academy at Annapo- 
lis ild 

D. — Beport of the cruiw of Uie practice-ship Preble, 
under Comd'r Craven, commandant of midship- 

E. — Communication from Comd'r Haury, superintendent 
of the Naval Observatory, &c.. In relation to 
the work acoompUihed at, and the wants of Uiat 

ioatitutiou . 

F. — Beport of Prof. Winlock, of the prt^ess and state 
of preparation of the Nautical Almanac under 
his charge ,, 

No. 1. Estimate of appropriations required for the office of 
the Secretary of the Navy and the southwest 
executive building, for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1B60 

No. 2. Beport and detailed (sattmates of the Bureau of 
Yards and Docks 

No. 3. Beport and detailed estimatea of the Bureau of 
Ordnance a>d Eydrogmphy, Including those of 
Uie Naval Academy, Naval Observatory, and 
Nautical Almanac 

Ho. 4. Beport and detailed estimates of the Bureaa of Cott- 
Btruction, Equipment, and Bcpair 

No. 6. Report and detailed estimates of the Bnrean of Pro- 
visions and Ciolhlog... ...... 

Ho. 6. Reportanddetalledestimatesof theBnieauof Medi- 
dne and Surgery.... 

Ho. T. BeportofUieConniandant of thellaiineCorpB,and 
det^led estimates from the paymaster and quarter- 
msster of the ootpe . .. — ....... 

No. 8. Oenerai estimate (civil) of the office of the Secretary 
of the Navy and bureaus of the department .... 

No. 9. Oenerai e*Uiuat« for southwest executive building.. 

No. 10. General estimate for alt okjects under the control 
of the Navy Deparbnent................ 

No. 11. Oenerai estimate tat the navy proper..... .. 

No. li. Oenerai eatimate of the Uarioe Cinp* 



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H«<rr, report of BeerettXT, pttp«n McoiopwiTlDg — Contlnusd. 

Ko. 13. Oanent ettiauAe for special objects nnder ths con- 
trol of tbe deputment 

Ho. 14. Statement of the Second Comptroller of the appro. 
pHnUoDB for the N«yj Department, vIb: baUnces 
on the lEt of Julj, IBST ; nppropriatloiia for 
I86T-'fi8 ; repajmente and tranefen for ths game 
time ; amonnta applicable to the serviM of the 
year 1BST-'S8 ; amounts drawn from the treaenrj 
bj re^inlaiUoD dnrtoK the same period ; and bal- 
ances on hand June 1, 18&8, with the rami 
which have been cartied to the "eurplusfund" 

^)edallf deelgnaled .- 

So. IS. At«tiact of ezpeadltnres under the head of " con- 

Ungent expetuee of tbe Davj:," aa settled and 

allowed at the office of tbe Fourth Auditor of the 

treaann, from Jalf 1, 18ST, to June SO, 1BS8-.. 

llaTT, trvitmitting a ilatement of tbe contingent eipengei of tbe 

NaTj department lor the year 1858. letter of the Secre- 

tarj of the 

SiTj, Iransmfttingastatementof the anmber of veeaelflon foreign 
itatioos without regular parsers. Letter of the Secretary of 

the 

NtiT, tranamittlng a ftatement of the anmber of offlceia of each 
grade of the navy and Marine Corpa, tbe number of em- 
ployes nnder charge of the Ifavy Department, and number 

ot Tesnels of the navy. Letter of the Secretary of the 

Kary, tnumni ttlng a statement of the number and naioes of pur«era 
in the navy not actively employed. Letter of tbe Secretary 

of tbe 

Naiy, tntmaltting a statement of the number of workmen In the 
•everal nary yards during the year ending December 1, 

18SH. Letter of tbe Becretary of the 

Ksry, tranamittlng a statement of the quantity of ooal used by 
the navy, names of coal agents, and amount paid them aa 

nHnmiaeionB. Letter of the Secretary of the 

NaTyduiinK the year ending June SO, I8S0. Estimates fOr appro- 
priations for the luppoit of tbe 

Nebraska for the year 1858. Annual report of the surveyor gene- 
ral irfthe public lands in the Territory of 

>iaTy, transmitting a list of the aamea and oompensatlon of the 
clerks and other peisons employed In tbe Navy Department 

for the year 1858. Letter of tbe Secretary of the 

Nsvy, tnuismittlng coplea of the Navy BegLster for the year 1859. 

Letter of the Secretary of tbe 

Kavy, tranamlttlng a statameot of tbe ocet of eltea and Improve- 
ment of the several navy yards. Letter of the Secretary of 

the 

Kavf, tranamittlnK a statament of contracts made by the Bureau 

<^ Yards and Docks. Letter of the Secretary of the 

Navy, tranamltling information In reference to chaplains in the 

navy. Letter of the Secretary of the..... . 

Kavy, tiaUMitlttiDg a statement of the pay and allowances of the 
officers of tbe navy and Uartne Corpedarlng the year ending 

Jane 30, 1868. Letter of the Secretary of the 

Ksvy jards of the United States. A statement of the cost and 

expenditure for the Improvement of the several 

Kew Oranada during the year ending September 30, 1858. Stata- 

went of tbe commerdal relations of the United States with. ' 
New Mailoo for the year 1858. Report of the Colonel of Topo- 
graphical Engineers, of the condition of the military roads in 



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geaeml of the public lands for the Territory of . 

New York, b; Lieut. Morton. Memoir of the dangen aod defenoea 



OffsTB for Hinnal inppllw nader the cognlzuice of the Bnrena of 
Yard* and Dock* for the jear 185B. Abetmctof 

Ordnance, for the lervice of the army during the jeti ending Jnne 
30, 18S0. I^tlmalea of the Coloael of 

Ordnance of the TTuited States ftnay, of the opereUona of ble depart- 
ment during the year eadiog Jud« 30, 1S68. Annunl report 
of the Colonel of 

Ordnance aud ordnance etores dlatribated to the militia dnrlng (lie 
year ending June 30, 1858. Btntement of the 

Ordnance and ordnance stores Usoed to the army ajid the several 
mlliUrj po«ta daring the ye&r ending Jane 30, 1SS8. State- 
ment of the . .-,.. 

Ordiuuice and Hydrography of the navy during the year eoding 
June 3D, 1B60. Ectlmatei for appropriation* for the a 
port of the Bureau of 

Ordnance aud Hydrography of the nary, of the operationa of hia 
office during the year ending June 30, 1860. Beport of the 
Chief of the Buieau of. 



A. — For pay and contingent ezpeaeea of the bareaa .... 

B. — For pay of oScen on ordnance dnty ...... 

C.— For ordnance and ordnance sturea ......... 

j^KcwI. — For arming aeven ateam-acrew aloopa-of-war .. 
D. — Statement of coat or caUmated value of atotea on band 

at the several navy yarda on the 30th Juue, 1S58 

E. — Statement of the number of days' labor and coat there- 
of at the respective nary yarda during the year end- 
ing June 30, 1858 

F. — For the purchase of articlea and incidental expenaea 
connected with the Naval Observatory and Hydro- 
graphical Office 

0. — For the pay of auperinlendcnt and officers on duty al 

the Haval Obaervatory and Hydrographlcal Office... 

H. — For the erection and repair, &c., of buildings and foi 

oontingeot eipenaea at the Naval Academy .. 

I. — For pay of officer*. &c., at the Naval Academy . . 

J. —For Nantioal Almanac 

Oregon during the year 18Q8. Beport of the Colonel of Topographi- 
cal Engineera on the condition of the military roada In 

Oregon for the year 1868. Annual report of the surveyor general 

of the public lauds for the State of 

Oregon aud Washington Territories. Letter of the Third Auditor 
of the Treasury, on the subject of claims groiriag out of la- 

dion hoatllities In 

Oregon ooaat Directory to aid the navigation of the .. 

Or^on and Washington. Letter of the Secretary of War, tracs 
mitUog the topographical memoir and report of Captain T. 
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Departmeat. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, tn 
mitling reports npftn the severKl 

Vtngaaj daring the jew ending September 30, 185S. SUtementa 
i^the commerdal relatlooB of the United Ststei with 

fttiLHtu uiiving In the United SUtes by m» dnring the year 
1868, Letter of the Secretu? of State, trvumitting a state- 
ment of the number of 

htmt Office. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, transmitUDg 
information relatire to the Adviwiry Board ofjigrlcnlture of 

the 

hliBbi, of the <^)enilioni of hie office during the year ISfiS. 
port of the CommlHioner of 

Patenta liaye expired during tlie year 1SS8, with thdr luventlan< 
and clan. An alphabetical list of the names of peraons 

FKtents for iuTentloiiB that have expired dnrlDg the year 1B5B. 

clawifled list of the 

ndenta for dedgns that bate expired during the year 1B&8. 

elaari&edtistof the 

htentfl for iQTentions or dlicoverleH, and for deaigni, have been 
granted during the year 1656. An alphabetical llet of per- 
■ODB to whom 

FUenta for inventions and diacoveriee granted during the year 
1658. A clanifed list of the 

hteute granted during the year 1838 A Mat of reissues of... 

Patents granted during the year 1858. A list of additional Im- 



of.. 



Stents entered daring the year 1SS8. A list of dlsclaimeis of 

lUent eiteneione granted dnring the year 1858. A ll«t of ... 
Patents for deelgne granted during the year 1868. A list of ,, 
Patents for Inventjona and dlscoveriea iiaued during the year II 

Description and cldms for 

htenta for the year 18S8. Plates and illuitrationi accompanying 

the report of the Commltsioner of 

lUenta, on agriculture and agricultural atatlatics for the year 1858. 

Bepoit of the Commissioner of 

Ttj and emoluments of the officera of the navy and Uariue Corps 

during the year ending June 30, 1858. Statement of the .. 
hymaater General of the army, of the upeiations of his depart 

ment during the year euiUng Jane 30, 1858. Eteport of the. 
^^master of the Marine Corps dntlDg the year ending June 30, 

1860. Intimates of the 

hfnienta ^m the treasury from 1840 to 1858. Letter of the 

Secretary of the Treasury, tranimitting a statement of the .. 
hnit«ntlat7 la the District of Itelumbia for the year ending June 

30, 18S0. Estimateeforappropriationsfor the sopportof thu. 
Peniteatiary Id the District of Columbia during the year ending 

September 30, 1B5S. Annoal report of the Wanlen of the.. 
Pensions during Uie year ending June 30, 1660. Estimates for ap- 

pro[a1ationii for the payment of 

Pensians, abowing the operations of his department for the year 

ending June 30, 1B58. Report of the Commisaione'' of.. 

A. — Tabular statement showing the number of original 
claims for army pensions, and applicsfloni for Increase 
of thoK previously granted, and the aggregate annual 
amount of the same in the different Btntes and 
Territories for the year ending June 30, 1858 .. 



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Rgenia for p«ylng srmy pendong in tlie different 
StAtea and Territorleg on the SOtb June, 1853 

peniioDg, and (bowing— 
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3. The number on the rolls in the seTerul States and Ttei- 




1. Itie amount paid In the sereial Stat«e and Territorlei 




Pern duilnK the year ending September SO, 1858. Statements of 

ments of the commercial relaUons of the United States with. 
Fortngal during the year ending September 30. ISSa. Btatements 

of the commercial relations of the United States with 

Port Office Department during the year ending June 30, 1858. 


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Fort Office Department during the year ending Jane 30, 1B60. 
















Btatea and Territories ., 

D.— Exhibiting the number of letten, drcalarg, handbills. 


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the engineer In charge of the progress in the oonstrucUoo 




contract, contract price, and daU of compUUon of the 

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PactmMtet Oeoen], (rf the operatioiiB of hts department during the 
j«M ending June 30, 1858. Annual report of th« ..... 

BehtlTe to ezprMB mt^ ageatt ...... 

Mew York and New OrlMDS roate 

6t. Loaiauid New OtIcmu mail 

Oreibtid Bwdl roate.. . 

Tehiianl«pec loate . .... 

Ctab roate 

The expenses of the departmeot. ...... 

Number of poat ofScea . 

Trutsportation Bta^lstia ........... .... 

BcTcnne and expendltnm ............. ... 

Eitunate of receipts and expenditDrea In 1859 

Ocean and foreign mall service ..... .. 

Qfeat overland malt 

Beport of the Flnt Anistant PoatmaBtar General, of the moll 

Krrioe abroad aa inopeistion on September, 18SS 

Amonnt paid for ocean itaamahip and foreign mail aerrice.. 

Mbnaiter Oenera], for the year ending Jane 30, 1868. Annu^ 

repeat of the Second AtBJgtant ..... .... 

Poftrt aceoHi j ian g mg Ihc above r^iorl 

A. — Table of midl service for the yearendlng June SO, 1858.. 

B. — Number of malt rootei, mail conttsctois, route agents, 
local agentSiJkad mill meeseogen, on June 30, 18S8. 

C.—H^liarvIcefD the States of Michigan, Indiana, DlinolB, 
Wisconsin, Iowa, HlsMurl, Minnesota, Kentucky, 
Tennessee, Alabama, Uisslssippl, Arkansas, Louisi- 
ana, Texas, California, and the Territories of Or<%on, 
New Hexloo, Utah, Nebraska, Kansas, and Wesh- 

D.— Bailroad aervtoe, aa in operation on the 30th September, 
1868 

E.— Bailroad service, aa in operation on the 30th June, 1868. 
P.— Steamboat service, aa In opeiatiou 30th September, 1868 
Q. — Ikble showtng the increa»e and decrease of mall tn 

portation and cost in each State and Territory during 

Die year ending June 3D, 1868 

B. — Detailed statement of routes on which improvements 
have been made and additional eipense iocurred 

hatmaster Qeneial, tianamitting copies of oontiacts for carrying 
the mails to foreign countriea. Letter of the 

Postmsater General, Attorney Qeneral, and Secretary of the Tiea- 
sury, aa to the condition of the public iwildlngs at Phlladel- 
pbifi. Report of the 

RMtmaaterOeneral, transmitting the annual report of fines Imposed 
upon and dedacUons^m the pay of mail contractors. ' ' 
terof the 

natmastcr General, transmitting esUmates for the service of the 
Post Office Department for the Sscol year ending June 30, 
IPBO. Letter of the 

Ptstmuter Geneiol, transmitting estimates for carrying the nuUls 
toftitelgD countries and the Atlantic and Pacific coasts during 
the year ending June 30, 1860, Letter of the .. 

Piitfmsstei General, transmitting a list of clerks and other persona 
employed in the Poet Office Department, and their compen- 
sation, during the year 1868. Letter of the 



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Pottmaater Oenenl, tnutmltUDg a gtatemeot of the conliiigeDt 
eipenaee of the Post Office Department during the year end- 
ing June 3*, 1868. Letter of the 

Foitmatter Qencrftl, trenunittlng a atatement of the otten for cany- 
ing the maita, land and water maili cstabliBhed. additional 
allowanos made to oontractorB, and curtidlmentg of mnil 
Bervtce and pay ordered dntiuf; the jear ending June 30, 
1868. Letter of the 

Present of the United Statee, on the state of the Union, i 

accompanjtng documente and reports. Annual mesiage of 
the 

VeaineilM aid r^erU acww y an y ay At ohnw. 

Bight of eearch— 
Hr. DallMtoHr. Cua, JnneS, 1808 

Hr. Dallw and Lord Halmesburj', June B, 1868 

Earl of Ualmeabnry to Lord Kapler, June II, U58 

Hr. CsMto Ur, Dallai, June 3D, IS3B 

Heiicau affairs — 

Mr. Fortyth to Hr. Cum. Jnne IT, 185S 

Hr. Foisyth to Sr. Don Louis Cuevaa, June IT, ISSe... 

Hr. Porsythto Ur. Can, June 19, 185S 

Hr. Cam to Mr. Fonytb, June !3, 1858 

Hr. Fora^th to Ur. Casa, Jane 26, 18A8 

Hr. CaMtoMr. Fotgyth, June 15, 1858 

Mr. ForejthtoHr Can, Aufnut IS, 1868 

Br. De Caatlllo T. Lanue to Ur. Forsyth, August 10, 1S58.. 

Hr. Fonjth to Ur. Con, August 31 and November 22, 1868. 

Hr. Forsyth to Sr. OuUllo T. lAusas, October SO, 1S6B.... 
Central America — 

Ht. OustoUr. Lamar 

Hr. Lamai to Hr. Can, Beptember 29, 1858 

Sr. UOia toHr. lAmar, September 16. 1858 

Mr. Jere« to Ur. CaM^ October 4, 1858 

Mr. Idmarto Mr. Can, October 28. 1858 

Mr. Uartlnei to Ur. Lamar, September 15, 1863 

African negroes — 

The Prendent to Mr. MoLaln, Beptember 7, 1858 

Ur. HcL^n to the President, Beptember S, 1858 

Ur. Quite; to the President, Kovember 30, 1858 . 

Ur. Batnertothe President, October H, 1858 

Preddeiit of the United StaUs, traasmlttlDg copy of the treaty be- 
tween the United States and the Kingdom of Slam. Me« 

from the ... 

Pteddeat of the United Statas, relaUre to rlsitatlon of American 

veswla by ofGcers of the British navy. Henage of the-. 
Preeident of the United Stataa, relative to the Importation 

AMcana Into the State of Qeorgia, or any other State of thia 

Union. Menage of the 

fteakleDt of the United States, trauamltUng correspondence rela- 
tive to oonanlar ofGcera engaged In buslnen, in violation of 

the consular law of 1B5S. Uessage of the 

Pre«ident of the United Statea, tranamltUog copies of the lostruo- 

tlons to the commanders of the African squadron, since the 

ratlllcatjon of the treaty of 1641. Uessage of the 

Freddent of the United States, b^nimlttlng copy of " Regulations 

for the consular courts of the United SUt«s of America in 

Chine," Uessage of the .. - 

Frealdi^nt of the United Statea, transmitting ooplea of loatructioDS 

to naval aommandeis iii the Qulf of Uezioo. Henaj 



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PiMident of the Unlud States, tranamitllnfj copj of the letter of 
Uewn. K. JohusoQ and JoKph Wililama, in KlftUon to the 




to the Tctonu ot the ScTeuth Centiu. Menage of the 

TRndeot of the United State*, tnuwmttting a itat«ment of the fen 

and conaaUr agenti for the Tear IKl. Hesuge of the .... 
FMdent of the United State*, relative to adTances made br Qot- 




Pietideiit of the Uailed Stales, relative to the par of offioen of the 
navy engaged in the preparation and publication of Wilkei' 




Fnddent <rf the Dnited States, relative to the protection of Ameri- 
can dtizenn in tranalt over the several rootes through Cen- 




Freddcnt of the United States, aaking that provision be made to 
prewrve the credit of the Dnited !-tote«. Hesuge of the... 

qiedal agent sent to Vancouver'* Maud and Britteh Colum- 




Prtddent of the United 3tale«, aHlKntog reawns for falling to ap- 




Frcaldcnt of the Dnited State*, In regard to the acquisition of the 








ftoriainnB exported annually, from 1821 to 1B88. Statement of 




PlOTbloai and Clothing of the navy during the year ending Jnne 




reao daring the fiscal year ending June 30, IS&S. Beport 








A.— EUInutes for the expenses of the burean for the fiscal 












tote Americans brought home In naUouol ahlps from 




















I.— Atatract of propoMlii received for smaU itore* 


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pauyl Qg — Continued . 
K. — Abstract at propoKla raceiTed for fieah beef uid vege- 
table* 

L. — Abstract of proposals leceired for eoap, candlea, Ac. 
H. — Abstract of proposals received for traoBportktion of stores. 
N.—8l»teiDent of contracts made during the year 

Frunia during the fear ending September 30, 18S8. Bt&tementa of 
the commercial relations of the United States with 

Pablic buildings confided to the charge of the Treasui? Depart- 
ment. Report of the engineer in charge of the conitmction of 

Public buildings constructed, or In course of coUBtractloa, sinoe 
1850, for which appropriations have been made. Statement 
of tbe 

Public Baildlngs, of the operations of his office during the jear 
1S5S. Annual report of the OommLsaloner of 

Public buildings at Philadelphia. Beport of tbe Postmaster Gene- 
ral, Attorney Geuerat, and the Secretar; of tba TnMVtj, 
as to the condition of the 

Public buildings in the Territories Letter of the Secretary of the 
Interior, transmitting plans and esUmates for the ... 

Pnbltc lands daring tbe year ending June 30, I86D. EBtimates re- 
quired to meet ezpensea of collecting the revenue from the 
sale of the 

Pablic Printing. EsUmatea of appropriaUons for office of Super- 
intendent of tho 

Public debt on July 1, 1857 ; also, the amount of public debt tm 
July 1, 1B66, Including tieasuiy notes Issued tinder act ot 
December 23, IB6T. Statement thowlng the amount of tbe. 

Pnget Bonnd and the entrance to Columbia river. Letter of the 
-Sooretary of War, stating that there are no plans nor i " 
mates for th< defence of . 

Punen. Letter of the Secretary of the Navy, tiausmlttlng a 
statement of the number of vessels on foreign stations with- 
out r^ular 

Pursers in tbe navy not actively employed. Letter of the Secretary 
ef the Kavy, relative to the number and names of..... 



QuarteniiBiter Qeneral, for the service of the army during the year 
ending June 30, 18S0. Estimates of tbe 

Quartermaster Oeneral of tlie United States army, of the opera- 
tions of his department during the year ending June 30, 
1868. Beport of the 

Quartermaster of the Uartne Corps during tbe year ending June 30, 
ISfiO, EsUmales of tbe 

Quarters of the army during the last ten yean. Letter of the 
Secretary of War, tmnimltting a stet^ent of the oxpeodl- 
tnres for barracks and ......... 



BatlToads, nnder various acts, from ISSO to 1S6T. Statement of 
the amount of lands granted to the several States for. . . 

Kallroads in operation on June 30 and September 30, 1BS8. State- 
ment (^ mall service by 

Becelpta and expenditures of the govemmeot for the year ending 
June 30, 1858. Beportof the Secretary of the 'fteasury, of the 

Becelpta and expenditures of the government for the quarter of 
(he fiscal year ISSQ, ending September SO, 1858. State- 
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of Public BDiidinga during the jeu endlDg June 30, 186B. 




Becdpta of the Fo«t Office Department duriag the year ending Jane 
30. 1868. Report of the AudiUn- of the TreMury for the 




ing Juno 30, 1868. Letter of the Sectetiry of the 'newnry. 




Bsoeipti of levenue during the fiscal year ending Jaue 30, 18G0. 

Letter of the Secretary of the Treaiury as to the estimated .. 

Bnxfpti and eipenditmra of the Chickasaw trust fund during the 




Bedprocity treaty with Great Britain. BtatintJca of the trade under 




Beglster of the Treasury, of the operations of his office during the 




of act of Congre« of March 3, 1857. Report of the board 




plan (or rododng the expanses of the colleoUon of the 

Ecy, Tnited BtatM consnl at St. Martin. Letter of the Secretary of 

Btote, M to Uie expediency of Increasing the salary of Chas, . 
Rioe exported annnallj from 1821 to 1858, Inclngire. Statement 


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Blreis dariDg the year 1868. Beport of the Colonel of Topograph- 
ical Engineers of the army, of the progress In the Improve- 




of Topographical Enginera, on the improvement of the mil- 




Boads in the Territory of New Mexico during the year 1868. Be- 








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Sazoaj during tbe year ending September 30, ISSB. Statemente of 
the oammercial reUtionB of the United Stales with 

Seamen during the year 1858. Statement of the receipt* and ex- 
penditure* of the marine hospital fund for the relief of the 
sick and ditabled 

Seamen reglitered in tbe neveral porta of the United Btatei during 
theyearending September 30, IBfiS. Letter of the Secretary 
of State, tranamitting an abetract of the retnmt of American. 

Slam during the year ending September 30, 1858. Statements of 
the oammerdal relations of tbe United Btatea with 

Siam. Heacage of tbe President of tbe United States, transmitting 
copy of the treaty with the Kingdom of 

Slk, from 1810 to 1858, Incliuive. Statement of tbe value of tbe 
imports and eipiiitg of tbe foreign and domestic, and the 
home ocmsamptlon of 

Silver coins. Beport of tbe director of the mint of the United 
States, of the floeiiessaDd value of certain foreiga .... 

SIver Manage at the mlot of tbe tinlted States and brauchea, and 1 
assay office, from 1TB3 to 1868, inclusive. Statement of | 
the amonat of .. - ) 

Silver deposited at the mint of tbe United States and branches, and 
assay cfiice, Irom 1841 to 1866, Inclusive. Statameat of 
the amount of domestic . . 

Smith, of his expedition to the Bed River of the North. Beport of 
Colonel C. F 

Smithsonian iDstilntlon. Statement of the amount cnT stock held 
la trust for the beneQt of the 

Sjllcitor of the Treasury, of the operations of his ofBce during the 
year ending June 30, 1S58 Annual report of thel 

Society Islands during the year ending September 30, 1858. State- 
ments of the commercial relations of tbe United States nllh 
the 

Spain during tbe year ending September SO, 185S. Statements of I 
the commercial relations of tbe United Stales nlth [ 

State, transmitting an abstract of the returns of American seamen 
registered in tbe several porta of tbe United Stales during 
the year ending Septemlwr 30, 1858. Letter of tbe Secte- 

State, truismltting a statement of tbe contiogcnt expenses of tbe 
State Department and foreign intercourse during tbe year 
ending June SO, I8S8. Letter of tbe Secretary of 

State, asliing for authoiity to pay salaries of certain ministers resi- 
dent out of any balance of former appropriations. Letter of 
tbe Secretary of .. 

State, relative to an appropriation for transporting destitute Ameri- 
cans from Victoria to San Francisco. Letter of the Becre- 

Stato, asking for authority to pay A. Dudley Uana fur his services 
as confidential agent of (he department. letter of tbe Sec- 
State, relative to an appropriation to pay certain contingent ex- 
penses of tbe Territory of Kansas. Letter of the Secretary of. 
8tat«, relative to tbe claim of J. S. Murad, late ccnialor agent of 

tbe United States at Jaffa, Letter of tbe S«:rttary of 

Btato, as to the expediency of Increasing the compensation of tbe 

United States consul at Bremen. Letter of the Secretary of. 

State, as to tbe expediency of an appropriation for the relief of 

Charles Rey, United States coosnl at St. Uaitln. Letter of 

theSecTEtar} of -.......,....,,, i 

State, relative to the applicaUoo of O. H. Oonudle, United States 
consul at Zurich, for Increased compensatloo. Letter of the 
Secretary of.......................................... i 



Stite, in reUtloD to the nemoria] of P. HcD. CoIIIdb, Mkiog com- 
penutlOD knd rdmburaemeDt for eipeaeea Incurred while 
ciploring the Amoor river Letter of the Becretary of 

Bute, tiuiBiDittinK a lint of clerka and othorv employed In the 
State Department. Letter of the Secretary of 

Stile, aakiiig an appropriatluD be m)ide for <he wlary of the Uotted 
State* minister iteident at Japan. T.etter of the Secretarj of. 

Stale, aiklng an increaaed appropriation for the contingent eipeoKs 
of the TerritoTj of Kuigaa. Letter of the Secretary of. 

Sbte, tiaiiBinitting correspondence relative to the Inadequacy of 
the compeniatlon of oaninlar oflicerB, &c. Letter of the 

Seoetary of . 

State, tmnnnltting a list of commercial Bgenta appointed in thn 
BriUah provinces by the consul general, and amoant of feet 
ivceived dnring the year 1B58. Letter of the SecrelAry of.. 

Stale, relative to the daim of James Eeonau, United btatea conaul I 
at Hong Kong. Letter of the ISecrelary of f 

State, a^ing on appropHaUon to pnrcbose the IMpIomatic Corret- 
piMtdence of the BerolnUon. Letter of the Seciatary of 

BWe, trnoamitting a statement of the commercial relations of the 
United States with foreign nations dnriag the year ending 
Septemlwr 30, 1868. Lettarofthe Secretary of 

State, transmitting a statement of the nnmber of passengers ar- 
riving in &e United 8tate« by sea daring the year 18S8. 
Letter of Uie Secretary of 

Statntea at I^rge. firtimatea for the purchase of volume eleven 
of the 

Steamboats, fflxth annual report of the Board uf Inspectors of 

tftewnboata in operation on the 30th September, 1858. Statement 
of the mall sertice by . 

Steel, and raannEtctures thereof, Imported Into the United Btatea 
during the Sacal years ending Jnne 30, lBfi6, 18ST, 1608. 
Statement of the quantity and value of iron and ..... 

atocb held in tmit for the benefit of the Chickaeaw Indians. 
Statement of tlie 

Sbxk* held in troat for the benefit of the Smithsonian Institution, 
Btatemeo t of the 

Sumner, of his expedition on the plains. Beport of Colonel R. Y.. 

Superinicodent of Public Printing. Estimate of appropriations for 
the support of the office, and for paper required during the 
year endll^ Jnne SO, 1860, by the 

Supreme Court of the United States for the years 1851, 1865, 1869, 
and 1857. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, trans- 
mitting a tabnlar statement of the expenses of the. 

SnrgeoQ Oeneral, for the service of the army during the year end- 
ingJane30, 1860. Estimatea of the 

^irgeoa Qeoeral of the army, on the operations of his office during 
the year ending Jnne SO, 18&8. Annual report of the ...-- 

Euireys of the War Department for 1SS8. Annual report from 
the office of eiplorations and 

SoTvey of the coast of the United States during the year ending 
Jnne SO, IBSO. Estimates for appropriations for the con- 
tinuation of the 

Borvey of the public lands during the year ending June SO, ISEO. 

Estimates for appropriations for the... 

Nrvey of the pnblic Imds to the 3Dth June, 18S8. Statement of 
the operations of the .^ 

SarreyoT general of the public lands in the State of Uinnesota for 
the year 1858. AJinnal report of the 

Surveyor geoetal of the public luids in the States of Illinois and 
HiMoiui (or the yew ISM. Annual report of the 



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Surveyor general of the public l&Ddi In the State of Oregon for the 




8un-eyor general of the public huids Id the Territory of WMbing- 
ton for the year 1SS8. Annual report of the 

Swamp landi selected by the Beveral State* under the acts of March 
2, 1849, and Sept. 29, 1860. SUtement of the qnaotlty of- 

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from tbe United States for foreign couDtries during the year 




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mackerel fishery, and whale flthery, from 181S to I8SB, In- 




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IVkde under the redprodt; treaty wltb Great Britain. Letter of 
the SecretBT; of the Treuurj, traDimittinggtatUtiraof the.. 

Tnde of thQ United States, the coontrtee of production and Bhlp- 
ment, witb the value of the articles Imported daring the 
yeir ending June SO, 18GS. Statement of thefaidlrect 

Treamrer of the United States, of the operations of his office 
during the yetz ending Jnne 30, ISSS. Annnal report of 
the 

T^uaujti of the United States, tranamlttiag a statement of the 
acconnta of the government for the year ending Jnne SO, 
1858. Beportof the 

TrtsswiT. for appropriations, specific and IndeBnite, vhich may be 
teqali«d for the last threu qoarters of the fiscal year ending 
June 30, IBSB, made by former acts of Congrew. Statement 
of the Roglster of the 

I^esnuj Department during the yma ending June 30, 18S0. Eitl- 
mateofbr ^qjpropriations for the support of the .... 

ntaaory daring Uie jear ending Jane 80, tSGO. Estimates tot 
appnqiriatloDs tor the support ot the independent 

TittaoTj, tnuumittlng estlmstea fur appropriations for the Osol 
Tear ending Jnne 30, 1860. Beport of the Secretary of the. 

Trtwmy, on the condition of the financ«a of the government ibr the 
year ending Jnne 30, IBSS. Annnal report of the Secretary 
of the 

Bipcftt axdiocumaai anompatgag tit dbovi report 

Vo. 1. Statement ot the receipts and expenditures for the 
year ending Jnne 30. 1658 

Ko. 2. .Statement of the receipts aii'l ezpeDdltures for tbe 
quarter of the fiscal year 185S, ending tieptember 
30, 185S 

So. S. Otatement eibibiting the total value of eiporta to 
foreign coontries for the fiscal year eridlng June 
30, 1858 

Ho. 4. Statement exhibiting the valne of foreign mer- 
dksndlse, exclusive ot ipede, and speda impoit«d, 
and tbe value of domestio and foreign mer- 
diandlse, exclmive of specie, and specie exported, 
during Uie fiscal years ending June 30, 1843-'U~ 
'45 and ]S4tf ; also the wne exhibit* for the fiscal 
years ending June 30, 1847-'ia-'49-'60-'61-'6t- 
*63-'Si-'55-'6B and 1857 

TSo. 6. Btatement showing the amount of publlu debt on 
July I, 185T; also the amount ot public debt on 
July 1, 1S58, inclnding treasury notes Issued un- 
der act cf December 23, 1857 

Ko. 8. Statement exhibiting tbe quantity and value of Iron 
and steel, and msnntiictureB therenf. Imported Into 
the United Slatai during the fiscal yean ending 
June SO, ie56-'S7 and 1B58 

Mo. 7. Statement eihililtlng the value of merchandise Im- 
ported during tbe fiscal years ending June 30, 
I856''5T and 1858, respectively, with the duties 
accruing thereon; also the value of articles im- 
ported free of duty during the same period, in- 
cluding those made free by tbe act of UarchS, 1867. 

Ko. 8. Statement of the average monthly prices of certiUn 
leading articles ot domestic prodnce at Ke<r Y*rk 
for the yesrs eodtng June 30, 18Se-'57 and 1858. 

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in. 9. ADDnalrepattofthedlrectarottbiiiniDtfortbeflicftl 

jMtr ending Juua 80, IStS, and •ccompaojing 

faiblM 

Ko. 10. Beport of the engineer In uhuge on cxKiitniction of 
cnatom-hoiuei, conrt-honiw, port offioei, nurlna 
liocpitals, and other pnbtic buildings confldod to 

tba charge of the Treuurj Department 

Ho. 11. BtatementeibibittDgthe receipt! and ezpendltuTM of 
the marine hoapitaJ fond for the relief of dck and 
disabled aeamen, in the pMteof theUaltodBtotea, 

for the fiacal 7esr ending Jane SO. 1868 

A.— Stfttement exhlblUng the report of the Firat Auditor 

on the ^eistloni of his office ......... 

B.— Statement exhibiting the report of the Second 

Aaditor on the opentloni of hte offlce .. 

C— Statement exhibiting the report of the Third Anditor 

(m the operationa of h<a office . .. 

D. — Statement exhibiting the report of the Fourth 

Aodltor on the operation! of hia office 

£.— Statement exhlUUDg the report of the Fifth Auditor 

oo UwoperaUoaa of hli office.. .... 

P.— Btatement exhlbldng the report of the Sixth Aodltoi 

on the opetatiotu of hia office 

O. — Statement exhtbmog the report of the Flret Comp- 
troller on the operatlona of hU office ..... 

B. — Statement exhibiting the report of the Second 

Comptroller on the operation* of till office .. 

L' — Statement exhibiting the report of the CommiMloner 

of Cnatoma on the operatlona of hla ofiM 

J.^^tatement exhibiting the report of tba 'Deaiiuer on 

the operatlona of hi* oIBoe ... ... 

K.— Statement exhibiting the report of the Soltdlor of 

the Treaanrj' on the operatlona of his office 

L.— Stetement eiUUting the report of tba Eegiater of 

the'neararr on the operatloni of liia offioe 

No. IS. Statement exhibiting the report of the Bnperrialng 

Inapectoraof ataamboata ..... 

No. 19. Statement exhibiting the report of the Light-hooae 

Board 

No, U, Statement exhibiting the amonnt due under treaties 

with variona Indian tribea, payable on time 

No> 1ft- Btatement exhibiting the amount of atock held in 
tmat \>j the United Stales fur the Chlckaanr na- 

QoDal fond and Smilhaonlan Initltntion 

Ko> lt< Statement exhibiUng balancM of vailons other trust 

No. 17. Btatement exhiUtlDg the gold and silver coinage al 
the taint of the Onitrd States, annoally, from its 
eatablishnient in 1TB3, and including liie coinage 
of the branch mint* and the avay office (New 
York) from their oiganl^tioo to September 30, 

No. 18. I 

tolSSB, incluaiTe; also the amount of importation 
orer exportation, and of exportation orer impcwta- 

tlon, dnring the aam« years ....... 

No. 19. Statement exhibiting the groM valoe of exports 
and Imports from the beglnoiag of the govern- 
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M». SO. StBlement Bxhlbitlng the unount of the toana^ 

of the United Sratea, MUiMUr, from 1789 to 

Jime 30, 1858 ; aUa the rGguUred and enrolled 

■sd licenced tonni|e emplojed In eteftm navlga- 

tion each yesr .. 

No. 21. Btatemeut exhiUting the rsTenue collected from 
the beginnlDg of the govemment to Jane 30, 
IS5S, under the MTeral heads of customg, pub- 
lic lands, uid iidaoellaneaiu eonrces, incladlng 
loMW and tteaanr; note* ; also the expeuditnres 
dorii^ the nine period, and the particiilar tariff, 
and price of lands nndcr which revenue from 

these Kiiircei waa collected ...... 

ITo. X3. Statement exhibiting the value of mannfiuitaTed 
article* of domestic produce exported to foreign 
conntriea &om June 30, 181S, to June SO, 1868.. 
No. X9. Statement exhibiting the value of foreign merchan- 
dlM Imported, le-eiported, and oonmmed an- 
unall;, from 1821 to 1858, Incluidve ; and alio 
the estimated population and rate of coniump- 

tlon,ptr eapUa, duriug the isme period 

Ho. 24. Statement exhibiting the total value of Imports 
and the Imports coneumed In tbe United States, 
ezclndve of specie, during each fiscal ytaT,fiom 
18S1 to 1858 : showing also the value of foreign 
•nd domeatio exports, exclndre of specie, and 
the tonnage employed during the same periods-. 
No. is. Statement exhibiting a sninmar]' view of the ex- 
ports of domestic produce, &c., of the United 
States, annually, from 184T to ISS8, tDcluiiva... 
No. 31. Statement exiiiblUng the valne of certain arUcles 
imported annually from June SO, I8f 4, to Jane 
30, 1868, (after deducting re-exportations,) and 
the amount of duty accrued on each during the 

same periods respectively 

Ko. ST. Statement exhibiting the Talue of fordgn merchan- 
dise and ilomeatic produce exported anntiallj 

from 1821 to 1858, Inclusive 

No. 18. Sl*tement exhibiting the quantity of wine, qdrils, 
Ac., imported annually from 1843 to 1S68, In- 

cluaiTe . . ...■■. 

No. 2S. Statement extdblting the valne of Imports annnally 

&om IB2I to 1B6B 

Mo. 30. Statement exhibiting the value of dntiable mer- 
chandise le-eiported annually from 1811 to 1S68, 
inclusive ; also the valne re-exported from irars- 

hoose, under act of August B, 1S46 . 

No. 31. Statement exhiidtlng the aggregate valne of bread- 
stuffs and provisions exported annually from 

1821 to 1858 , 

No. SI. Statement exhibiting the quantity and value of 
cotton exporied annually from 1821 to 1858, In- 
cloalve, and the average price per pound...... 

No. 39^ Statement exhibiting the quantity and value of 
tobacco and rice exported annually from ISll to 
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Ho. Si. BUtemeot exhibiUiiK the Tklne of iron and nuna- 
tkctaies of Iron, tnd Iron and iteet, iteel, wool 
(tod maonfactnTeR of mml, mRoubctoroi of oot- 
ton. Bilk Kod muiufkctare* of bIIIc, fl&x, linen 
•nd linen fabrics, hemp and msnufactum of 
hemji, manila, snn, and other hemps of India, 
and eilk and vonted goods, imported fTom and 
exptnted to foreign ooontriei from IMO to 1S6B, 
InclnilTe. and also ehowing tho domntlc export! 
of likaarUclesfOT the tame perii>da 

No. K. Statement exhlblUng tbe Talae of iron and iron 
and atod, steel, mgsr, vineg. and all other 
fabrics of which irool, ootton, allk, flax, or hemp 
la a component part. Imported annnallj from 
1847 tu 1BG8, Inclusive, with tbe dntiea which 
accnied thereon during each jear, reapecUvely, 
and biandlea for the years 18Gfl-'6T and 1858... 

TSo, S8. Etatement exhlbiUng the exports to and Importa 
from Canada and other Biitlih posaessioni In 
Korth America from Jnlj 1, 18S1, to Jnne 30, 
1B68 

Ho. 37. Statement exhibiting the amoont of goods In ware- 
houae on Jul; 1, I8GT, and on the flnt of each 
snoceedlng month unUIJune 30, ISSS.. 

No. 38. Statement exhiUting a synopfis of the returns of 
the banks la the different Btatee at tlie dates 
auoeied. .. 

No. 3). Statement exhibiting a comparatlTs view of the 
condition of the banks in dlffiirent sectioni of 
the Union tn ISSt-'SG, 1865-'SS, lS&e-'&7, and 
lB67-"68 

Ho. 40. Statement exhibiting a general statement of the 
condition of the banks, according to retama 
dated nearest to Jinnary 1, IBSB 

No. 41. Statement exliibitlng a oomparatlve Tiew of (be 
oondttton of tbe banki of the United States, 
according to returns nearest to January 1, 1834, 
1B36, 1836,1837, 1838, 1SS9, 1840, 1841,1841, 
1843,1814,1845, 1816,1847, 1S18. 1619,1830, 
1851, 1854, 1BG6, IS5G, 1SA7. and 1858 

No. 4S, Statement exhibiting the amount of monej-i In the 
United States treasury, amount of drafts out- 
standing, amount subject to draft, amount of 
receipts, and amount of drafts paid, as shown by 
the l^easnrer's weekl; exhibits rendered daring 
tbe Bscal year ending June SO. 18SB 

Ho. 43. Statement exhibiting the value of exports of the 
growth, pradnce, and manatactnie ot the United 
ijtat«a doling the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1B68 

No. 44. Statement exblbltinjt the report of the Board of 
Commiirionen Appointed by the Secretary of tbe 
IVearary npon life and snrf boats . 

No. 45. Statement eihfbltlng the annuil expense of erect- 
ing Itgbt-bons^s and supporting tbe light- houae 
system since the creAtioQ ot tbe Ught-honse 
Board, and also the expense for tbe same number 

of years preceeding lU eatabllihmont. . . .... 

Tnaiuiy, transmitting a statement of tbe leoripta and expenditures 

of the government for the year Boding Juae 30, 16G6. 

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clumi. Letter of tlia Secratuy of the 

TilMiiij. ■■ to the condiUoD or the public bnUdtnBi kt Phlladel- 
I^iik. Report of the Poatnuster Qeneral, Attotney OeneiBl, 
and the Secretary of the 

l^CHDiy, tmmnltUng itatemeDt of the namea aod Mlarlm of 
PMVOIM employed on the Coaat Smrey. Letter of the Sec- 
Ktarjr of the 

TitainTy, TeUtire to the le-opeDlng and re-ezamlniiiK aettlenfenta 
heretofbr« made of accounts with oerttdn Btatea and dtles. 
Letter of the SecretMT of the 

tnatoTj, banitnittlng the report of Professor Alezandei ai to the 
reiatlTe ralne of the oolnage of the United Stale* and Qraat 
Bilt^n. Letter of the Becntary of the 

TliMillj. tranamltting a report of oonHngent eipenaei Incorred bj 
the BBTeial ftOTeriKO of Emm*! Territory. Latter of the 
Se c retary of the........... .. 

Tmaary, transmitting a atatement of the oontingeut axpenm of 
the Treamry Department during the year ending Jane 30, 
1S58. Letter of the Becrelary of the 

Trearary, submitting a plan fur ledndng the expsnaea of the ool- 
leetiou of the Kranae. Letter of the Secretary of the 

neanry, in reference to the export and import tnule with Oieat 
Britain and Pranoo for the years 1S63, 'M, 'GS, 'M, and 
1S57. Letter of the Secretary of the 

TrrMBTy, transmitting the annual report of the Soperintondent of 
Ihe Coact Bnrrey. (bowing the progren in the anrrey dnring 
the year 1858. Letter of the Secretary of the 

Tumuij, trangmltting a list of clerks and others employed in the 
l^eaauiy Drpaitmwt, and their oompenaation, during tlie 
year 18S8. Letter of the Secretary of the 

n«aniry, ai to the ratimalad receipt* of reTenne from cutoms, 
public landa, and other louroee during the fiacsl ysai ending 
June 30, IBSO. ILetter )rf the Becretery of the 

TreasuiT, statdng the reason for the non-com[dlance with ths Joint 
tMolDtlon of Hay 14, 18S6, ntlatlTc to ilatlBtlGa of tfae 
coasting trade. Letlar of tlie Secretary of the. 

Trewoiy, transmitting a statementof the payments from tbe treas- 
ury from 1840 to ISSS. Letter of tbe Secretary of the 

lirasnry, transmitting a statement of the receipts and expenditures 
ol the Chickasaw tnut fund for the year 1S6B. Letter of 
the Secretary of the 

Tnataxj, relatire to the dlipodtion of the fire per cent, fund 
from the mlm of publio landa in Indiana. Letter of tbe 
Secretary of the , 

Tieassry, as to tbe condlUoa of tbe banks tbrongbont tbe United 
States. Beport of the Secretary of the 

Ttagarj, relatire to the construction of a oourt-houae in the city 
of BalUmore, Ifd. Letter of the Secretary of the 

^MSDiy, tianamltting itatiitica of the trade tmder the reciprocity 
treaty with Orrat Britain. Letter of the Secretary of tbe.. 

I^casury, trannuittlag a atatement of the Commerce and Nartga- 
tioa of the United States during tbe year ending June 30, 
1868. Letter of the Secretary of tbe 1 

Ikesrary notes. Message of the Preddent of the Untied States, 

asking that provision be made to redeem Ihe outstanding... ] 

Tnaty betweea Ihe United States and the Kingdom of Slam. Me*- 
a^e of tbe Freaident of the United States, tianamltting 
aqiy of the . ... 

Tnttutd held for the benefit of the Chlckaaaw Indians. Btate- 
nentof the 



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Etetemeot of ths... .. .. 

Tntt fundi. Statement of boluiGci of vmiioiu other. 

TViut fund. Annnal itatemeot of Uie oonditirai of tbe ludiui 

Tnut fond. Letter of the SecreUrj of the TrtteaTj, tnumnittlng 
ft Bt&tement of the receipts and ezpeodltiu^iS of the ChlckaMW. 

Tnrkej dnriiig the jew ending September SO, 18G8. Blalementa 
of the commeidal nlktiooa of the United Btatei wltb...... 

Tnranj dorlag the ytu endlog Bq)t«mber 30, 1868. 6t«t«menU 
of the oonnwidftl rektioDaof theUiuted Slates with...... 

Two SkUlea dnring the yew eodlQ^ September 30, ISfiS. State- 
ments of the ooraBordal lelatlooi of the United State* with 



Ungnay during tlie yeai ending September 30, ISSS. Statements 

of tbe oommerdal relation* i^ the Uoltad State* with 

Utah. BepoTtsof the Seccetaiy of War a* to affiOn in 



I Idand. Mesawe of the Fnaidtnt of the United 
States, reiatire to adTancea made lij the goTenOT of . 

TanoouTer'* laland and British Columbia. Meoage of the Frad- 
dent cf the United States, oommnnicatlng the report of tbe 
special agent Bent to .... 

Teneanela daring the year ending September 30, 18GB. Statements 
of the commeidal relations of tlie United States with 

TeaKls In eommtMloa belonging to the navy oa October 1, 1858. 
Statement of the , 

Teaaeb Id ordinal?, repairing and equipping, iMlonglogtotbenaTy 
09 October 1, 18G8, Statement of the 

Teaseb on tbe stoek* and In pn^rew of conatmction belonglag to 
the nary on October 1, 1858. Statement of the 

Veaeb by offlcen of the British navy. Menage of the Fiealdent 
of the United Slates, relative to the visitation of American.. 

TeiwUat the port of Mobile. Mesugeof tbe Preddent of the 
United States, relative to the dearauoe of 

TeSMls on foi^n itatiMW wltbont regalar pursers. Letter of the 
Becretsry of the Navy, transmitting a statement of the 
nnmltet of . .... 

Teasels in the nary. Letter of the Secretary of tbe Navy, tiaos- 
mitling a statement of the aamber, rate, and class of 

Teasels, with tbdr tonnage and crews, which cleared from the 
United State* for foreign oonntrie* during the year ending 
June 30, 18GB. Statement of tbe nomber of Atnerican and 
foreign . ... , .. ..... 

Teaeel*, wlUi their teanage and crews, which entAred Into tbe 
United State* from foreign coaotries daring the year ending 
June 30, 1868. Statement of the nomljer of Amerlotn and 

Tessels which entered into and cleared from the United State* tor 
foreign cooutries during the year ending Jane 30, 18G8. 
Statement of the national chancter of the foreign.. 

Te«els tiniit, and Uie tonnage thereof, in each State and Territory 
of the United Slate* daring tbe year ending Jane 30, 18G8. 
Statement of the number and ciMof.... ...... 

TeMeb bnllt, and the tonnage thereof, in tbe teveial States and 
TWitorie* of the United States, fr<»n IBIS to 18S8, ioclu- 
live. Btatement ihowiog the number and class of. ........ 



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WigoD TiMdi to the PadSc oomq, coiwtrocted ouder the dlrecHon 
of tbe iDteilor Department. Letter of the Srcrttaxj at the 
Interior, tnutBuItting report! npon the MvenI . 

WirDiiaTtaBent dvrluK the jeoiendlDK June SO, 1860. Ertlnute* 
fiiT tbe ■ op pot t of the ...... ........ 

War, ibowiag the opeiktJont of the snnj and the W>r Departaont 
doiiag the jMX 18SS. Anniial report of thsBecretuyof... 

r^ftn aceampatgbtg U)t aloM rtfort. 

Ho. 1. Oenenl ordon "So. 11, from sniiy headqtuttaM, !•• 

•pectloft combBta with Indlatu 

Ho.]. AfiklnioUUh 

Ho. 3. Aflkinln the dopartmait of Florida.... ... 

Re. 4. Alfiilia Id the deputment of rCnM 

Ho.&. AAlrein the d«i«itinent of New Kekko ...... 

Bo. S. AflUri Id tbe deputBMat of IbepMMc 

No. 7. IiMlUn dbtorbukcei near Fort ArlxKkle 

No. 8. Colonel Snmner'a repmt of hta expedition on the 

plalM 

Ho. 9. Colonel Smltfa'i report of hU expedition to the Bed 

BtTerof the North 

No. 10. Hi. De Leon to the aecratw; of War, H>7 B, 1868, 

endoaiiig a treatlH on dromedariea .. .. 

Ho. 11. Major Banmj to the Becretarr of War, raapeeting 

the condltlml of the work-ihopa at WMblnglon 

Ho. IS. KenKdr on tbe daagMi and dtlenoei of New York, 
bjrLlmilanant Hmten ............... ...... 

Ho. IS. Beport from tha Offlee of Explontlona aod Snrreri. 

No. U. Rtport on the Ca^tol extMuloii, new dome, sad 
Port Office exteodoB 

Ho. Ifi. Beport of tboOmnmaBdlBgOeBefal...... 

Ho. 16. State^eoli from the A^ntaut Qeneral 

Ho. 17. Beport of lfaeConmlniaiienofth«IIUltar;As]rliiiD. 

Ho. 18. Bepoftof tbe QnmteraMwterOeBeral. ...'..... 

Ho. IS. Beport of the ComoriaMrrOeDeral... 

No. to. Beport of the PaycMiter General 

Ho. SI. Beport of tbe Bnrgeon Oenera) 

No. 11. Beport! from Uie Engineer Department ... 

No. 2». Beportof tbeChfefTopognphicalEogtaeer... 

No. M. Hrportttf the Chief of Ordnance 

No. SS. Hap ahowing tlnn of maich paaod oirer bj tn 

during the jaar ending June SO, 18SS 

Wat, tamnandtliDg eaUmatM for tbe paj of eertain Florida T<4an- 

teert. Letter of tbe Secretary of . 

War, tnwamltttaig cc^iica of ooire ipmi deooa between the offioen of 

the itovemment and Oorenor Baonel!, and dmiUr ooi 

pondenoe betweea the SeoretaiT of War and Qeoeral Twiggi. 

Letter of the Becratarr of 

War, trananittiDg oo^ of the Army Beglater for the year IBSV. 

Letter erf the Secretary of 

War, tianamtttiog a etatement of tbe axpeneea of the national 

annoriea, Ac., for the year 1BBS. Letter of tha Secretary of- 
Var, tranamitting all the F^>eTs to relation to the mode and nu 

ner in which the troopa Mrriog tn Florida were called h 

•errloe. I^ttercrf the Secretuyof. 

War, ttannnlttlDK a tranacript of the Army Bagbter for the f 

1838. letter of the Seotatary of , 



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Wtr, ttanemltUDg k statement of apprDprlationi drawn dvrlog the 
jeats 1B57-'GB, and baUnces od hand on June 30. 18S8. 
and aiDoiint carried to the gurplm fund. Lettur of the Sec- 
War, itating that there are no plans nor es'imates for the defisDce 
of Puget Sound and ths entranoe to Columbia Tivei. 

ter of the Secretarj of ..... 

War, transmitting Btatementa of the coctingent eipenua of the 
War Department during the year ISiiS. Letter of the Sec- 
War, transnilttlng a itatement of the expenditure* for barracks and 
qoartera fbi tlw army during the lait tea fsara. Lcttei of 

the Becretat7of .. . . .... 

WtT, trusDilttloK A Btatement of tbe expendltntee for the contin- 
gent exprasM of the mllltorj establiahraent. Letter of the 

8ecrel*i7 of.. 

War, transtnlttiDg a itatenent of tbe notneaof clerks and other 
peieons emplojed Is the War Deportment during the year 

1S88. Letter of tbe SecreEaJT of 

War, tranimlttlng itatementa ibowing the contncta made under 
the authority of the W r Department dnrlng the year II 

Letter of the Secretary of . , 

War, transmitting a relnrnof the militia of the United States, their 
arms and acccntrements, and ammnnlUoB, fur the year 1858. 

Letter of the Secretary of ... 

War, tnuumlttlDg the topoKrspblad memoir and report of Captain 
T. J. Cram, relative to the Territorlei of Oregon and Wnih- 

Ingtoa. Letter of the Secretary of War 

Warehouse from July 1, 1857. and on the flnst of each succeeding 
month nnUl June 30, 1666. Statement of the amount of 

Washington for the year 18B8. Annnal nport of the aunreyor gen- 
eral of tbe public lands for the Territory of . 

Washington Territories. I^etter of the Third Auditor of the Treas- 
ury on the iutiject of cJalmi glowing out of Indian hostili- 
ties in Oregon and... .. 

Washington coMt Directory to aid la the nsTigation of the. . 

Washington. Topogisphical meitaoir and report of Captain T. J. 

Waahlngton arsenaL Report of Hsjor BMSsaj respectlog ths con- 
dition of the workshops at the . . 

Washington Territory durlug the year ending June 30, 1863. 
port of the Colonel of TopogrsphioJ Englneen, on the < 

dition of the military roads In.. 

CT«m, relative to the TeniCoriee of Oregon and . 

Wine, spb its, &c,,<mpoiteilaDnuallrfiom 1813 to 1858, Inclusive. 
Statement of tbe vnlne of the 

Wool, from 1810 to I85S, Inclusive. Statement of the foreign Im- 
pmlatloD and cxpurtAtloa, and home consumption, and ttte 
ooniumption of donuatlc. - .-. . . ... 

Workmen In the several navy yards durluK the year ending De- 
cember 1, 1858. Letterof the Secretary of the Navy, tn 
mittlng a statement of the number of . . 



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1880. EMIm&tea fbi KppropriBtJoiu for the Bmemi of^ . 

Tudi Hid Dock*, of the opeiatloin of his baTe^n daring the ytax 
ending Jane 30, 18M. Beport of the Chief of the Bnre*a of. 

F^rt aeeempmymg llu aioBi r^trt, 

A. — Oenenl eatlmfttefirom jraidiutd docks .............. 

No. 1. EsUoMte for the rapport of the btmMi....... ...... 

Ko,2. Estfansteforrecraltlngststlans 

No. 3. BsUmato fttr cAoers eAd others at juds and (tations. 
No. 4. Otittment sbowlng the suns which make np the first 

■nd Moond Hone In paper A....... ........ 

No. 5. '"■*'■"■'* foe inqiroTements and repairs at yards and 

■taUoos 

No. 0. BWmate for linproT«menfa and repairs at htwpltals 

and DBTal asjloms .... ........... 

No. T. KMfaaaUa fbr ImproTements and repaiii of nagadnes. 

Tude and Docks of the Nktj Department, made during the jaar 

ie&8. letter of the Becretarj of the Nary, traosmttting a 

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Natt Depahtmext, jDecemfier 20, 1858. 
SiE : In compliance with the requirementB of the twentieth Bection 
of the act of August 26, 1842, I have the honor to transmit herewith 
a detailed statement of the expenditure of the contii^ent iiind of the 
Navy Department, and its several bureaus, for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1858. 

I am, reBpectfully, your obedient servant, 

ISAAC TOUCEY. 
Hon. James L. Obr, 

Speaker of the House (f Bepresentatives. 



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2i SaeUm. j j Ho. 15. 



BALANOES-INTEBIOE DEPABTMBNT. 



LETTER 

nam t«k 

SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, 



Jie annwU atatemtntt^haloiuxa o/ appnSfrialioitB attmMig to the eredU 
of that d^Mrimmt, de. 



DtaiMaia 33, 18G8.— Laid oo the uble, aod ordered to be printed. 

Dembtubkx or thh Istebiob, 

L'ecember i\, I8SI. 
Sm: I hare the honor to labmlt herewith the anniMl st&temtnC r»> 
qoired by act-of Hb;- 1, ISSiO, prepared hj the Secood Comptrtfller of 
tiie Treasury, fihowias balanceB of j^pcopriatioDa ataadiDg apon.tbe 
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1857; the anoantB appropriated by Congreafl for the service. of th« 
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of said fifloal year; aim the amonttta drawn firom said approprifttioDS, 
or carried to the anrplM faad, froitf July 1, 185T, to Jnne 30, 1858, 
and the bslsnees renainrngin the treasury at the last named clat«, 
I am, sir, very respectfnflyj ydur obedient servmit, . . 

J. THOMPSON, Becrelart. 
Hon. Jaxes L. Orr, 

S^aeaker </ the Sonae </ Seprvaentattvea. 



Trkasdry Depaetmbht, 
SfcOTtd CrnnptroUer'a Office, December 20, 1858. 
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nce for the year laST-'oS; the amount drawn by requisitions from the 
treasory for the same period; and, finally, the balances on the 30th of 
Jnne, 1858, with snoh appropriations as have been carried to the sur- 
plus fund ; prepared in pursuance of the act of Congress approved 
May 1, 1820. 
Very respectfolly, nr, yonr obedient servant, 

J. MADISON CUTTS, ComptnOtr. . 
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33ii! CoNGBESs, 1 HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. ( Ex. 
Hd Session. ( "( Nc 



ESTIMATES— FLORIDA VOLUNTEERS. 



LETTER 

THE SECKETAKY OF WAR, 

Eaimate for the pay of certain Florida vdurUeera, 



War Depaethent, December 23, 1868. 
Sib : I traaamit, herewith, a commnaication from the Paymaster 
General, from which it will be perceived that the Bum of four hun- 
dred and thirteen thousand six hundred dollars ($413,600) will he 
required for the payment of the Florida Tolunteera called into service 
by General Harney and Colonel Loorais, and have the honor to 
request the early and favorable action thereon of the House of Repre- 
eentativea. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

JOHN B. FLOYD, 

Secretary of War. 
Hon. Jahes L. Orr, 

Speaker of the Htjvse of Repreaentativea. 



■ Paymastek Gknbbal's Office, October 26, 1858. 
Sib: I have the honor to report that since the receipt at this ofiSce 
of all the muster rolls of Florida volunteers, called into service of the 
United States by Brevet Brigadier General Harney and by Colonel 
Loomie, in the years ISoY and 1858, it is ascertained from them that 
the sum of |4I3,600 will be required to be appropriated by Congress 
for their payment. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,, 
BENJ, F. LARNED, 
Paymaster Oeneral. 
Hon. JoHn B. Floyd, 

Secretary of War. ^-. ■ 

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35I1I CoKOEMS, ) HOUSE OF BEPBESENTATIVES. ( Ex. Doc. 
2<i Seatim. \ i No 17. 



A. DUDlEr MANN. 

LETTER 

THE SECRETARY OF STATE, 



Authority to pay A. Dudley Mann for hig services as con/idential agent 
<^ that department. * 



DXPAKTMBNT OF StATB, 
WashingUm, December 21, 1868. 
Sm : I have the honor to enclose a letter addressed to the chairman 
of the Committee of Ways and Means, requesting that authority be 
given by Congress to this department to pay to A. Dudley Mann, late 
special and conSdential agent of the department, a fair and Just con- 
sideration for his services, out of the foreign intercourse fund, and will 
thank yon to give it the proper direction. 

I have the honor to be, air, your obedient servant, 

LEW. CASS. 
Hon. Jahes L. Obk, 

BpeaJcer of the Bouse of S^eaetUcUivea. 



Qbpartkent of State, 
Washington, December 21, 18S8. 
Sir: The former diplomatic services of A. Dadley Mann, while 
engaged on various special and confidential missions, not haviDe been 
adeqoatelr compensated, as has been explained to the satisfactica of 
the President, I am directed to call your attention to the anbject, in 
order that Congress may, if it shall think proper, authorize this 
department, by which he was from time to time employed under dif- 
ferent recent aidmisistrations, to allow and pay him, out of the foreign 
intercourse fnnd, a just and fair consideration for those services. 
I have the honor to be, sir, your obedient servant, 

LEW. CASS. 
Hon. John S. Phblps, 

Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, 

Bouse of BepreserUalives. iqqIc 



A. DITOLEY MANN. 



Menwranditm. 



Mr. A. Dudley Mann's diplomatic Bervices commenced March 27, 
1846, and terminated July 13, 1852. 

During this time Mr. Mann was employed on four different mis- 
sions. The first to Hauover, Oldenburg, and the two Mecklenburgs, 
which lasted eight months and nine days. The second to the States 
of the Germanic Confederation, or the more important ones thereof, 
(wherein the United States had no minister,) which lasted one year 
and twenty-four days. The third to Hungary, which lasted three 
months and twenty-five days. The fourth to Switzerland, which 
lasted two years and twenty-nine days. He was, consequently, in a 
period of six yeara, two months, and eighteen days, employed four 
years, three months, and fifteen days. 

He received for his first misHion, $3,816 45; for hie second, $6,199 29; 
for his third, $1,940; for his fourth, $5,394 81. Total amount drawn 
from the treasury on account of all his missions, $17,350 69. 

While engaged in this service he crossed the Atlantic eight times, 
thus travelling ou sea at least 25,000 miles; on land and otherwise on 
water he travelled at least 25,000 more. 

In his second, third, and fourth missions he was accompanied hy 
his son, who acted as his secretary, but tor whose services nothing 
whatever was charged, valuable as they were in translating such 
documents as he met with abroad, and other publications, from G-er- 
man, French, Spanish, and Italian, as Mr. Mann conceived would be 
interesting to his government. 

He negotiated three treaties, all of which were duly ratified, and 
are at present in force. He might, therefore, long ago have justly 
laid claim to three outfits of $4,500 each, according to the usages of 
Congress in such cases in the instances of Mr. Niles, Mr. Schenck, 
Mr. Pendleton, and others ; but he has made no such application. 

He departed upon his mission as soon as he was appointed, and 
terminated them voluntarily wheu he accomplished the objects for 
which he was commissioned. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and Souse of Bepresenlativea of the 
United States of Atnerica in Congress assembled, That the President 
be, and he is hereby, authorized to cause A. Dudley Mann to be paid, 
out of tha foreign intercourse fund, such balance as, upon just and 
equitable principles, and in accordance with congressional precedents, 
he may ascertain to be due to him for diplomatic services performed 
during various missions to Europe as special and confidential aeent ; 
but in no case shall higher or other compensation be allowed him, 
from the commencement to the termination of either mission, or for 
the aggregate time which he was employed, than is at present allowed 
by law to ministers resident of the United States. 



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35th Congbsss, ) HOUSE OP EEPEESBNTATIVES. ( Er. Doc. 
" ■ " ■ f ) No. 18. 



CLAIMANTS UNDER TREATY WITH ROGUE RIVER 
INDIANS. 



LETTER 



THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, 



To a rettofiilion (/ the House, calling for a stateiwnt of' amoimis thie 
cfaimanta ^indei- treaty with the Rogue River Indians. 



JtMABT 4, 1B59. — Beferredto theCommUteeon IndlaD A tT^re and ordered to be printed. 



DePARTMBXT op the iNTEltlOR, 

January 3, 1859. 
r-[R: I liHve the honor to transmit herewiHi a copy of the report of 
ihf Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to whom was referred the reso- 
liititm of tlie HoQse of Repreaentatives, [laased December 23, 1858, 
tailing for "a statement showing the amount yet due to clnimants, 
and unprovided for under the third article of the treaty made with 
the Rogue River Indians of Oregon Territory, on the tenth day of Sep' 
lember, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, as ascertained by couimia 
sionera duly appointed for that purpose." 

Verv respectfuUv, vour obedient servant, 

J. THOMPSON, Si-n-danj. 
ITon. James L. Orr, 

Speaker cf the House of Representatives. 



Department of the Interior. 
Opx Imlian Agairs, December 30, 1858. 
!^ir: In compliance with the resolution of the House of Be]>reBent- 
ativea of the 23d instant, referred to this office by your department 
on the 28th following, I have the honor to state that the Itoard of 

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2 CLAIMANTS UHDER TBEATY WITH ROOITE BIVER INDIANS. 

commifisioncrB appointed to cMimiiie and audit claims of uitizeii» for 
property destroyed by the Rogue River Indians and their allies during; 
the Indian war of 1853, reported in favor of such claims to the amount 
of $43, 140 75, and that the third article of the treaty with said Indians 
of September 10, 1853, only authori^ting the retention of $15,000 for 
the pajTnent of the claims referred to, there is consequently a deficit 
of $28,140 15, The resolution is herewith returned. 
Verv respectfully, vour obedient aervant, 

J. W. DENVER, Co}tim!moitcr. 
Hon, Jacob Thompsox, 

Secrcta}^ of I lie Lilerm; 



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SSin COSOMXS, 1 HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. J Ex. Doc 
M Seatim. f ■) No. 19. 



SEVENTH CENSUS. 



LETTER 
THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, 



A restitution of tJie House, cfiUing/or a Btatcmerd of the expenses of taking 
the Seventh Census. 



. IS59.— Beferred t 



Department op the IsTEnioR, 

January 4, 1869. 
Sir: In compliance with the resolution of the Honse of Represen- 
lativeK of 23d ultimo, I have the honor to tranBinit herewith a copy 
«f a Btat«ment prepared by the Register of the Treasury, showing the 
t'xpeD8c» of taking the Seventh Censoe of the United States, including 
t-xpensea incident thereto, to which should be added |3,500 for com- 
piling the statistics of manufactures, making a total of $1,423,350 75. 
I liave the honor to be, most respectfully, your obedient servant, 
J. THOMPSON, Secretary. 
Hon. James L. Qrr, 

Speaker (/ the Hovse (/ Representatives, United States. 



Statement <^' the expenses t^ taking the Seventh Census of the United States, 
induding ea^aenses incident thereto. 

Expenses in preparing, &c., forms and schedules pre- 
paratory to taking the Seventh Census |9,496 52 

Expenses of taking the Seventh Census 1,344,129 46 

For transmitting through the post office any papers re- 
lating to the Seventh Census 12,000 00 

Increased compensation to the Superintentent and 

clerks of the Census Bureau ^8,879 ^9 



SEVENTH CENSUS. 



For pupor and piint'mg of the returna of llie Hcveiitli 

Census $43,016 61 

Expenses of arranging and binding the returns of the 

Seventh Census, and those prior thereto 3,328 87 



Totfll $1,419,850 1 

F. BIGGER, Segisler. 
Treasury Departmext, 

licgistcr's Offioe, December 20, 185S. 



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35m OoFOMBS, > HOnSE OF BEPBESENTATIVEa ( Ex. Doc. 
M&mon. i i No. 20. 



RBCEtPTS AND EXPENDITOBES. (fgi 



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LETTER 

noKwm 

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, 



SbOemeiUa of Me reoeipt* anc2 ttspeadylvrea of ih» United ^cOa for the 
year etuUiig Jane 30, 1868. 



Javvaxv 27, liU.—I^id upon Um taMe Mid ordored to be pHnled. 



TbkABDRT DsPABTUin!, 

JoMvory 4, 1869. 
Sib : I have the honor to forward herewith Btatementa prepared h^ 
the Begiflter of the Treasar^, together with his letter transmitting 
them to this department, exhibiting an accoant of the receipts and ex- 
penditares of the United 8tat«8 for the fiscal year ending Jane 30, 
1868, stated in porsaance of the standing order of the House of Bep- 
reeentativeB of 30th December, 1791, and the act of Angost 26, 1842. 
I am, very respectfnllv, 

HOWELL COBB, 
Secr^ary cftke HVeamry. 
Hod. Ja8. L. Obk, 

Speaker cfOte Bouee of S^treaentalivee. 



Tbusubt Dipabthut, 
Segi^er'a Office, January 4, 1869. 
Sib : I have the honor to transmit the aoooant of the receipts and 
expenditaree of the United States for the fiscal year ending Jane 30, 
1^, stated in parsaance of the standing order of the Hoase of Bepre- 
tentaHves of December 30, 1791, and an act of Aognst 26, 1842. 
This acoonot contMns : 
1st, A general aoooant of the receipts and expenditares of the fiscal 



2 BECBIFTS AND EXPENDITUBE8. 

7«ar ending June 30, 1868. The pages in the margin of the credit 
side refer to the detailed expenditure under the specific heads of appro- 
priation. 

2d. The expenditares and repayments under each head of appropria- 
tion, showing the aggregate amount paid to, and repaid by, each in- 
dividual daring the year. 

3d. Statements of the appropriations made for the fiscal year end- 
ing June 30, 1868, including the halances on the Ist of July, 1867 ; 
the payments during the year ; the several sums carried to the snrplos 
fund, and the halanoes nnexpended at the end of the year. 

4th. Statements of the halances dne by, and in favor of, the saper- 
visors, collectors, and others^ of the late direct taxes and internal 
revenue. 

6th. Statements of the operations of the several land offices in the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1858. 

6th. Statements in relation to the oustoma. 

The account of receipts and expenditures was completed on the 19th 
ultimo, hnt its transmission to Congress was delayed in order to pro- 
cure some information called for oy the House of Representatives 
which could be obtained from do other scarce. 

F. BiaOER, 

EegiOtr. 

Bon. HoWKLIi OOBB, 

Swr^ary of the TVetuury. 



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AN ACCOUNT 

THE RECEIPTS AND BXPENDITURBS 

or 
THE UNITED STATES 

FOE THB FISCAL TBAB ENDING JUNE 3D, 1896. 

Stated in. pursuance </ the foSoimitg stajidingordart^ the Mouse of Sepre- 
BoUeUives (^ the Uniied States, passed December 30, 1791, vu: 

■' ff»iinr. Thftt it shall be the dntj of the SscieUr; of the TreHnrj to lay before the 
Hook of Bepmaent&tiTei, on the foorth Hondaj of October In each yew, If CongreM 
AmU then be In aewdoD, or, tf not than iu wadon, within the fint week of the seMioii 
■est tollowiag the i^d bnrth Monda; In October, an accnrate itatement and aooouat of 
Ike TBorfpta And czpeaditarea of all the pabllc moneyi down to the last day, IncIoalTely, 
of the month of December Im mediately preoedlDg the lold fonrth Monday in October, 
ilMineiiii*'*"g the amoant of the reoelpla of each Btate or district, and trom each officer 
thewln; in which statoment thall alto be dtotlagnlthed the expendltnrea which shall &U 
aader Midi head of appropriation ; and ihall be shown the Bami, if any, which remain 
■BAxpcoded u>d to be aooonnted for in the next statement of each and every of mch 
■ l yopiiatkMM ;" 

And of "An act to define and eatabllih the fiscal year of the tieaanryof the Doited 
MatM, ' pMMd Angort M, lUl. 



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EECEIFTS AND EXPENDinTREB. 

QeMToX accowU <^ the reo^pta and expenditures of the 



Fiom callocton of costomi at the fbllowtog diitrlda : 

BobeiiBara*,ool1ecloT,PHMin*qiioddy,Ufl fi,&lT 6> 

D. W. DonaM>.li>l«collectaT,UwdiiM,He 187 TS 

A. F. PMlia,<»UectoT,lf>chlH,H« 3M SI 

T. D. JoDM, oolleclor, Frandunu'i Bay, He 1,043 U 

B. H. Biid«bun,u>U«ctor,Fciiot«wt,lI« 1,H3 »7 

O. P. Sein)l,lBt«MUBCtor,BuigM,lIe 191 H 

D. F. L«aTltt, oolleotor, Bugor, Ha 1S,H4 3ft 

B. K. Siiurt,lBbi<wllMtoi,BeIIMt,He 5,3T> 3» 

J. O. JHcknaoa.oalUctoT.Beltart, He >8 7i 

E.inboii,lateaol)ector,W«ddobM>o',He 660 79 

J. H. Eennwlr, collector, Waldoboro' He 1,004 SS 

T. UniiDlnghMi), oollectoT, WiMMMt, He MB 60 

C. H. Bodfldi, late collector, fikth, He 313 89 

JoMph BeiT7,oollector,BBth,He 8,374 61 

H. HMdoiuld,a>Il«ctor,FortlaiiduidFKlinoiitb,He 1»S,)31 60 

K. Carter, Jr., UtecoUecloT,Ftirtl>iid and PalnumUi, He.. 6,377 11 

A. A. Hacioom, ool lector, boo.He TS 49 

JaIiBCoiuaiiB,DollBctor,KeimBbDDk, He........ ........ 91 94 

LatharJiuikiDa,collector,TDTk,HB 18 60 

Zeiui Clement, lata colIeetar,Pi>itniioiiUi,N. H 191 14 

A. Jenktna,ODUeofa»,FDttHiioulh,N. H 1,091 99 

J. a BowdUh,ix>UeotoT,Biirllngt(W,Yt 11,188 IS 

JamiB Blood, abactor, Newbiii7port,HaM. 6,360 iS 

W.E. HannlDg.coUectoi.QlonoMtM.HaH 18,114 3C 

W.B.FIke,oalleator,aaleiiiandBvreTly,HaM 61,087 81 

A W. Auatln, collector, Beaton MtdChadeatoini,HaM. .. 4, 816. MO 10 

C. H. Feaalee, lata oollactor, Borton and Chariertown, Haaa. 7«8 9S 

E. F. Uttle,lateo(rilector,Plnuoutli,UaH 10 00 

H. Batae, lT.,M>Uector,PlrmOTitli,UM 61 18 

William fiartoll,w>UectoT,Haiblehead,lfaaa 131 37 

F. W. LelaDd,coUector,EUl BlTer,Haa* S,51S 00 

& B. Phlnner, collector, Batiutable,HB« 3,091 83 

C. B. H. FeHendea,oollectar,Ke«BadfbnI,HB» 11, 901 71 

C. Nortoa, collector, Edgarfanm, Haaa 493 6S 

B. W. Alleii,colleetor,Naiitacket,Han 483 91 

G. BndiDrd,Utea(dlec(oT,FK>rid«oaa,B.1 37,116 !9 

JamesA. Aboni,oolleotof,FK>Tid«ioe,B. 1 11,001 87 

O. H. Be;iM>lda,c(d]eot(K,Briatol aiidWamn,B.1 11,119 14 

Oeorge Tamer, ocdIectoT, Newport, B. 1 6,310 86 

HenrrHobart, collector, New LondoD,0(«ii 4,667 76 

H. AOaban,ooUeotor,NewHaTen,C«m 131,944 16 

W. 8. Pomeior, collector, Faiifleld, Coon 131 V8 

B. F. 8tatea,aoUectoT,Bt<Hdi]gton,C!oDii 364 78 

F. FmBn,ooUectOT,Hlddlatowii,CoDD 688 64 

F. H. Brainier, 0al1e0t(Hr,OeMaaB,H. T 3,636 78 

JameaO. Clainpb«U,la*ecaUector,aefiMae,8. T. 1,748 69 

0. BDUBBCNi,oolleetor,Onrego,N. T SIB 09 

B.B lUoott, late collector, Oaw4e,H. T 1,369 » 

Jacob Bkdiaidaon,Ute collector, Oawcgo, K. T 8,000 00 

H. Hoodr,c(rilector,Oaw^atcUe,M. T 8,614 13 

A T. Z. HotchklM, lata collector, inagaia.N. T 3,690 SO 

O. P. Bddr,oolleclor,Niacan,If. T 1,611 30 

John T.Hndaon, late collector, Boilklo Creek, N.T 11,366 11 

Curled forward tS,616,0ia <] 46,803,856 00 



SECEIFT8 AHD EXFEHDITUBES. 
Wttd States for the/accd year aiding Jme 30, 1658. 
BT BXPENDTTDBES. 



Pafma^firOtiMlliMl. 

97 CbmpeBNtion and tnllMkge of Beiudon 330,000 00 

•7 OanpanMtfcn and mOeaga of memben of ths Home 

ofBapicMatettTei widd«l«g«tM 1,1S0,1U 00 

fT Ownpntwaoo of oflkcra, derki, te., Mcai*iBK ui 
■nnnal vlmry In the kttIos of th« Benato of tha 

United State* 78,7M 00 

iwtioa of the ofEoen, cleiki, meMragcn, and 
■ NoalTlng an annwil Mdaiy In tha Btnae of 

80, T4] 48 



t7 Ooaangcat espoMi of th« Benata, for itatlonerj ... 13,000 00 

37 Boofca for the Senate 1,000 00 

37 Mfwellanwm IteoH for the Senate SO,000 0« 

37 Ne»q>pen ftiT the Senate 3,000 00 

37 Cleika to amninltteM and Frealdent pro tempore, 

dnaghtai»ai,meMBngen, &«., fin tfae Senate S6,0HS SO 

SB Bfatdlne: for tbe Senate 60,000 00 

93 Uthognphing and engnflng for the Senate U,000 00 

33 OongMirional QMm and Ui^lng Mune for the Senat« 33.813 00 

38 BtncUns, UthographlnK, and engiaTlng for the Senate 333, 334 S3 

93 BeportlDg prooeedfngs of the Senate lfi,000 00 

9fl OooUnfent espenaei of the Honee of BepreeentetiTee, 

fDel,oU,Bnd oandlee 4,340 43 

38 Bbim, omtagei, &«., for the Hooae of Ba^eeente- 

tlrei T.OOO 00 

38 NewapspeiB for the Home of BeprcaentatlTee .... IS, 600 00 

98 IdbOTen for the Hoiueof RepraeentatlTBa . 3,000 00 

St Balarlea at 0»plUA poUoa of the Howe of BeprMenta- 

tina 7,84! 39 

39 Dranghtanenand clmkaaponmapaofthepnWclanda 

for the Honaa of Bqmaentatirea 2*6 SO 

99 To r«|ilace the 7 vohmica and AtUa of the exploilnK 

ezpedmoB dealrojed bj the buTning of the library, 
and the platen aiwl other prapertr dectaojed hj the 

firelu PUUdel^ila, Ac ft,010 T6 

St bgnTlng, eleebt>tjidiig, and Uthogimihlng for the 

HotMe of BepreaentailTea 301,734 80 

39 Fagca and m^ bojv In the Honae of Bqureacntattn*. 8, 680 00 

39 Ftddtaig docnmenta ^ndndlng pay of foti«n, foldfaig 

paper*, Ac.) for Howe of BeprMentatlTe* 00, 133 SI 

99 BIniUng doomnenta for Honaecrf BepresentatlTea 1S6,US 43 

93 Pajniente that hare been, or ma; be, made under the 

allowanoM anthoriMd by the Honae of Bepreaenta- 

Urea dnring the 34Ui CongTBH 03,313 01 

100 Clerha on land mapa, oleiki (o cxnnmlttMa, and tem* 
pcoary derk In Uie offloe of tha Clerk of the Honae 
of BepreaentaUvei 33,683 34 

100 Bigmvtog mapa, fto., of nureyt for the Ptdfic nil- 
road 33,408 11 

103 Btatlooet7 for the Hooae of BepreaentatiTea 14,000 00 

100 Hiaoellaneona Hema for the Home of BepteaentaUvea. >7, 000 09 

100 CompeMalhm of itenogiaphera emtdoyed by tfa* com- 

fflltteeaorUwHcnitBofBeFreWDtallTei 4,11« SS 

IH Drasghlman ampl(>yed by the Oommlttee on Poblle 
Ormmd* and Bolldlnga of the tiro Honaea of Coo- 
gnm, tat dr»viug, Ae., and inddental expenaea... 618 00 



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BECEIPTS AND EXPENDnTTBES. 
General accoimt t^ the receipts and expendUureB <tf the United 



VtaogtifotwtxA 6,5T«,0T5 «I M,S 

Warm Br)«at,i»UM)toT,Bnthlo Creek, K. T 8,4IB 73 

J. M. Terbell.ooIleetor.BaK Hirbor.H. T 878 OS 

8. L, QudiDer,Uteatillector,S^[HMrboT,lT. r »> 30 

AiigaitntBcbell,ooIleaor,KewTork,lI. i 37,441,838 18 

E. J. BedBeld.latecoUeotor.NewTork.H. T 47,288 48 

H. B.8inith,caUector,CtuunpMD,N. T 7,988 OS 

TUmo. P«Dgii«t,collMtoT,0*peTfiic«nt, N, T 8,081 88 

0. F. DicUDMn,oollectoT,I>ankirk,N. T 1>8 87 

H. P. WhalliHi,UteaoUact(iT,Diinkiik,K.T 4 00 

AtnoiBobiiia,o(iUoctor,pFrth Ambor.If, J 1,009 M 

W. B. Bowas, collector, BridKetown, N.J TBI 40 

J. A. BhBrtBrd,oollectOT,BtirlliigtOD,N. J... 114 00 

T. D Wbmer.oollector.Qnat Egg Harbor.N. J 8S1 00 

8. V)ll]ti,ooUecUHr, little BsK HMtwr.N.J 671 IS 

B.T. Hm7er,coUector,New«k,H.J fiOl SO 

J. W.incUe,lateiarTe7or,Cam<lMi,K. J.... 810 80 

T.B.AtUiHciB,iarTe7ar,CMiMleii,N.J B4 SO 

J. B, Btker,oDllectOT,PhUwleIphl>,P> >,A81,808 80 

JamflB Lytic, Ute collector, Prnquelale, Fa 109 81 

J. Br«r]B;,oollectar,PraqiMlsIe, Pa 194 98 

J. A. Oltaon, lurTcyoT, PlttibtirK, Pa 44 SO 

John Hutiiigi, lata inTTflTor, Pittsbatg, P« !,830 fiS 

Henn* Wood, late tnrveyor.IittabHrg, Pa... 04 

JcMeSbaip, collector, WllmlDgtMl, Del 8,881 8t 

J. T.H«KKi,coUector,Balttnote,lld 1,»S,S18 31 

J. T. HamiiMiMl,collMl4>r,Aiiiiapolls.Hd 178 00 

R. B. WtHi^lata coIImHot, Oxford, Ud 84 IS 

Teoc)iI1g)diiiaa,cullector,Oxfcird,lfd 186 18 

W. 8, Jackson, collectot, Tienoa, Hd 889 00 

O. A. Z. 8ullb,late collector, Vienu.Ud 410 80 

J. B.'TbomFaoa,nirTeTOT,TownCrMk,lId 113 88 

W. B. lIorBui,nirTe7or,HaTTadeQrBDe,Hd * 88 60 

H. C. KatthewH, collector, QeorgatowQ, D. C 14,430 83 

W. M. HarriMni,ooll«:tOT,Blchiiinnd,Va 91,940 90 

Jena J. Bimkln*, collector, N<»folk and Portamoatli, Va.. 18,618 28 

8. T. Sawyer, late collector, Kixfiilk and PortHnouth, Va. . 83, 188 78 

0«o. T. Wr^bt,collector,TBppaliaitnodi,TK. 4H 88 

J. a. Parker, colIeator,Cherr7«aae,Va 483 68 

Timothy BiTea,coUeGtor,Pett!r«barg,Ta 43,763 09 

A. D.Banki, late collector, Pttenb>ug,Va 1,349 73 

B. 8. Hough, collector, Alexandria, Va 8,743 37 

OordDD Forbes, enrvejor, Yeocomioo, Va. . . 74 90 

A. J. PanneU.earreyor, Wheeling, Va. 1,391 04 

L. D. Btarke, collector, Camden, N.C 1,488 14 

E. Wright,oollector,Edenton, N.C 191 00 

J. Banuer,oollector, PlymonthiN,'} 873 81 

H.F. Hanoock,(»llectra,WadilnKtoa,N.U 888 08 

W. O SlDgIet(m,oollectot,Newbeni,H.C 31,910 73 

O. a t>ewey,ooUectar,Oci«ooke,N.C 13 48 

J. E. GibUe, collector. B«Hi(ort,N.C 18,783 86 

J. T. Miller, collector, Wilmington, N.C 19,91» 6» 

W. r. Coioock, collector, Charletton, 8. C 431,889 39 

J. N. Merriman,oollector,aeorgetofm,8.C 749 IS 

John Boeton, collector, Savaonafa.Oa 134,466 78 

J. W. Fleming, nirveyor, Anftneta, Oa .... . 1,813 18 

J. A. Baratle,oallector,6tMary'i,0a 310 83 

W. Habry,ODlleGtor,fttinBwtck,Ga US 93 

Carried forward $S7,10S,B» Ij) 48, 



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BBCEIPT8 AKD EXFENDITUBES. 

SlaUt/or thejucal year ending Jime 30, 16S8— -Continaed. 
BT SXnEHDrrOBBFI. 
ftonght iDrwaid 1,860,813 IS 

lOO For Uadlng li ooplci of the Congreolonal Qlobe kod 
^ipendix for each member, Ac , Id mmIoq Mth 
Ccmgttm 8,318 T5 

100 F«t tha paichMS (tf US copies of the lit ud lOth 

Tolnmes of the wotki of John Adam fbr ttte mem- 
ben of the Sid CongiM S3e 00 

101 lb tofflj • defideoey In the approprimUan for booki 

for memben of the 33d Oongraa 310 00 

101 1V> enkble John C. BItob to pay to the reporter* of 
the Honeo the onul oompenaation (additlimal) foi 

nportinK Uis debateaof Uie pieeent wHiaa 1,000 OB 

101 lb iDdemnlfy the Clerk for EDch same H he may have 
expended for books under a reeolation of the Hoom 
of BepreeenlaUTei of the TUi Joly, 1SS8, and to 
enable him, onder ettld teeolnUon, to furnish to 
eadi member and delegate of the Home of Bepre- 
wntatlTes who have not beretofbie received the 

■we, Ac S9,(Tl 36 

101 For pe^ei required for printing for the !d ■wVin 31th 

CoDgreei U,158 U 

Ul Fbr the completion of the printing hsretofbre oidered 
by the Senate and Hoom of BepieeentadTea, and 

paper for the ume, per act of 3d Uarch, IS&T 139,010 IS 

101 PrintiDB leqaired for the 3d wHion Sltii CoBgren... fi,l80 &1 

101 Paper required for the printing of the 1st learion 35th 

CoDgreM IST.MT T7 

101 Printl^ reqaind for the lit nidon 3Sth OonjneiM.. 8S,3SI 68 

IM HtfKirting the defaatea of the Irt sesBloD SSth Con- 

griM 18,718 « 

in Printing of the Senate and House of Bepree^itatlTes 

of the 33d and 34th Congresses 67,308 00 

in hper for printing of the Senate and Honsa of Bepre- 
sentatlfee of the 33d and 31th Congressea, act of 

March II, 1858 103,993 97 

lot Mntlng ordered by the S«iata and Honse of Bepre- 
sentotives daring the SSd and 34lh Congrsasee, and 

paper Ibr the same, pvactof Jmie IS, 1SS8 1,167 86 

in Ftunltore, rep^ra, and boxia for hooka, Hoose of 

Bepreeeotativea 13,000 00 

in ntmitore for the ^Maker's room and committee 
roonia, derka' offices, Borgeant-at-ann*' office, Deor- 

keepar'a room, and carpenter's work 30,000 00 

101 Fnmitnre for committee rooms in the ionUi wing of 

the eztendon of the Oapltol 138 14 

in for 100 copies of the Congreedonal Qlobe and Appen- 
dix, and for binding the same, for Ist and 3d ses- 

rioo 34U) Congress, fot the House Ubrary 1,878 GO 

lU Oonpeowtioa of the prindpal and asristant Lihrari- 

siMandmesaengeis. ...... ...... .... . 9,000 DO 

w of Uw boffa fbr the Ubrary of Congraa... 1,600 00 

le of books fbr the Ubrary of Congress 1,600 00 

IN uoDBogent azpenaea for the Ubmry erf Congress. .... 1, 300 00 

lU Bi^ninlendent of the Public Printing and clerks and 

mesMogerln his office 11,606 19 

1(3 Blank twoks and itaUimery for office of Superinten* 

tait of Public Pihittng S,300 00 

Carriwl fonnid $3,660,637 S4 



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8 BBCEIPTS AND BXPENDITUSIS. 

Oeneral acoomU of the r«oeipta and expendiittrea ofiKt United 

TO RBCBinS. 

Bronghtfomrd ST,T03,6!8 10 4e,a02,e&5 M 

T. Btnford, coUDOtor, HoUlB, Ala 114,830 OS 

J. W. Bhn, nirTBjor, Tnaoombis, AIl SSS 00 

Bobert Sagei, oollector, Pmu-I ti*«r, MiMiMtppf 1,016 03 

John Hunter, oollector, Natchei, MladMlppt 170 00 

J. Biam, oollector, PenMOola, fioiida. 472 24 

M. B. Andrew, collector, 8t Aogarttna, Florida U 00 

J. F. Baldwin, coUeotor, Ke^WMt, Florida 8,015 18 

A. B. Norw, Oollector, Balnt Hark'i, Horida t,{WI 01 

Hngh Archer, lat« oollector, Saint Hark's, Florida. Ifi.Ml 7& 

ThomH Ledwith, collector, Balnt John'a, Florida 987 48 

J. a. Dell, late collector, Balnt John'a, Florida B76 64 

B. J. FloTd, coUeotor, Apalachkola, Florida 2,7ft4 05 

J. E. JohnaoD, BorreTor, Bajport, Florida 48 08 

Felix Lirlngtton, oollector, Feniandiiw, Florida 23,808 BO 

F. H. Hatch, oollw^r, New Orleam. LocMana 2,012,618 38 

8.W. Downs, late odlector, ITew Orleam, LoDldana 187 7S 

B. N. HcMlllaik, oollector, Techd, Louisiana 1 688 88 

Hamilton Btoart, collectoT, OalToton, Texaa 19,738 88 

D. H. Btapp, ooIIecloT, Salnria, Texas 6,801 40 

J. H. Itarrt, coUeetor, Biaaoa Hantligo, Teiaa ...... 4S,6SS 68 

C. Sbennan, oollector, I^ao del Norte, Tesaa 8, SIS 00 

Dennii CoBhlln, oollector, Hiatnl, Ohio 1,407 87 

J. BI1«7, late oollector, Miami, Ohh> 36 48 

a. 6. FatterMD, collector, Saodnikr, Ohio 760 12 

J. A. Jonei, late collector, Sandmkjr, Ohio... 147 01 

Bobeit FbA^ collector, Cojaboga, Ohio 8,1T4 11 

C. I- BoMeU, late oollector, Cayahcga, Ohio 1,603 30 

8. B W. McLean, lUTYejor, Ondnnatl, Ohio 05,056 27 

M. Bboemaker, ooUector. Datroit, Mtcfalgan 43,568 31 

J. H. Harmon, Ute collector, Detroit, Michigan 182 00 

J. A. T. WendaU, ooUector, MlchillmacUnac, IDohlgau .. 468 48 

Jacob Pr7, ooUectOT, Chicago, ntinoli 82,448 06 

W. B. MoH, aim^or, Peoria, nUnola 10,S7B 68 

John Fltoh, Mirvejor, Alton, IlllnoU 1,880 00 

lliomBf Bmneaon, nirTeTor, Qalnc;, IlUnota ........... 1,100 OO 

Daniel Wann, nrrejor, Oalena, DJlnois 997 71 

M. Bchoefflo', cdlector, Hilwankle, macondn 88,496 68 

John White, lata ooUector, Mflwaokie, Wlnxmaln 11,908 90 

W. N. Haldeman, aarreror, LooUTille, Kentnckj 27,167 81 

B. 8. &]glldi, nrTeror, LoniaTille, KentDckf.. ..... 788 18 

W. Kol^, mrrejor, Padneah, Kentu^y .... ... 8,135 47 

WiUiam J. Walker, torrejor, Coiambu, Eeidiiekj 29,884 00 

Jeswllioma*, mrTejor, HathTlUe, Tannweea... .. 8,281 82 

J. McMnllen, aurTeyoT, KnoxrllU, TenneoMe 26 00 

B. T. Hnlbert, enrreyor, Memphis, Tennew c e tt,636 74 

W. A. Linn, sarveyor, Saint Laoit, Mlsaonri 341,710 34 

J. HntcbiiuoD, (DrreyoT, EraniTille, Indiana........... 818 87 

J. B. Nonnan, snrreyor, New Albany, bKUana...... 1,831 00 

P. Harrey, inrreyor, BarUngton. Iowa... ........ 3,103 IS 

William BtottB, sarreyor, Keokuk, Iowa 10,128 BO 

E. Spottawood, nrveyor. Dnbnqoe. Iowa ... 4,890 11 

John Adali, oollector, Astoria, Oregon. . 80 00 

8. P. Moaet, late collector, Pnget'a Bcnind, WashlDgton 

Territory T 8T 

Morris H Frost, coUeotor, Pnget'a Bonnd, Waahlngton 

Tsfritory 78 00 

Carried fbrwaid 840,800,887 08 48,882.885 00 

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RECKIPT8 AND E^msmTUSBB, 
StaUaJor tkeJiaeiU year rndtatg Jwu SO, 1868— ContiQiied. 



BT B 
Bra^Ufanraid S,fiW,SS7 U 

It) QHtaga and kbor for oAm of Snpninleiidant of Pnb- 

UcFriDtiiw, {MoringuullraiupoHfiigptpe^ 560 00 

US B«Dt of wanraomi, oAea of Saperintendeot of PnUio 

Printtng ISO 00 

IH Uuka of thTM JodgM of Uw Conit of Cblma, the 

nUdtor, d«pqtr cl«A, Mdataot derk, &o U,18B 00 

104 BtaUonexT, fad, pu, labor, printing. Mid utaeel- 

iMMOM itc^ for Um Oonrt of Claimi 3,000 00 

101 IIMag 19 aad btmlifaiiig tba ooort tomm and odii' 
lenBoe KMai,aiid officci (ai tbs MUdtcv and dork* 
ofttMOoartorCUnw 1,000 00 

101 Dob fBM of witaMMN tn behalf of the Koreinment Id 
the Oonrt of CWma, aod <rf Bgenta end ettomeri, to 
be appointed bj the eoUdtor hereof, to attend to 
the taking of depodlione. S,M» 00 

m rnridant ctf the United Btatei 1S,0«0 00 

101 Fiirate Hoetaij, atewud. and lUBWBiicera to the 

pRrfdeot of the United Stale* 0,018 » 



(latioMi7. &a 900 00 

ivt OMnpaiBtiaa of eemeter; to rigo petenta for patdk 

lend! 1,610 48 

IHVkeFioIdent of the United BMm T.OOS 31 

101 Beetelai7 of State 8,000 00 

101 Aaditant Breratarj of Bute 8,000 00 

101 Oerke, mwen g an, Ac, In Uie office of the eecretHT 

ofStote 4fi,800 00 

101 OBiipcr-[date printing, booka, and nujie In Uie De- 
partment of State 8,000 00 

IM Tb d.bay the azpenMa Incmied, and to be Incmted, 
b OMDftljlBg Dith the naelntloiia of the Home ol 
BtpreaeatatlTea December SO, I8M 8,000 00 

106 blmderic Uie awl oopTlDg Id Department of State. 1,100 00 

UO For pnbUaUng the lawa In pamphlet form and Id the 

M»^mien,fta., Dm office of Secretary of State 10,GIT T5 

116 Frootieadsg, pMUng, and diftribottng lam end doe- 
amenta, fte., for^AoeofBecretaiyof State 10,000 00 

lU SlalioiMij, Uank booka, binding, Ae , State Depart- 
ment 6,S0O 00 

105 WicellaneonB itema in the Department of Slate 9,100 00 

106 OempUing and ■aperriilDg the pnblkxtion of the H- 

euial BegMar 600 00 

Itt OontlBgeot espenaai of the Dortheeet executive build- 
ing for fbel, light*, labor, *c 1,300 00 

IW Oompenation of 1 walohmea and 1 labcmn of the 

northeeat ezeoatlve bnildlng . 8,600 00 

IH SeoelaiTof theTieMnij 8,000 00 

IH AiriitantBeentu7 0ftheTieeiaT7 3,000 00 

lU deck* and meaeengen In the office of the Secietaty of 

the Tnmatj 35,TT6 16 

101 Oopjing. Uank books, binding, Ac , office of Beore- 

tu7 of Uie I^eaaniy, and other miieeliaDeoni item* 13, OOO 00 

IM C^peneatlon of 8 watchmen and B laboceiB In the 

wntheaat execaUve bnllding 10,110 3T 

IK OwnpMnaHoa of 4 watchmen and I laborem Ibr the 

■Mlh ■ xt e ni faa of the aontheaat esecnUve bnildlng 8, 600 00 

OaniMl forward 83,806,066 M 



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10 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUaBS. 

Gtttercd aoommt of the reoeipU and expendihtres of fhe United 



Brought ftwwmrd iO,e(KI,aST OS 4e, 803, S66 

H. B. Lktham, fete ooUector, San Knutdsoo, C^llfoniU... 111,131 41 

B. F. WubiDgtoD, ooUectoT, Ban FrandMO, Ckliromik... STB.TOl 4> 
W. B. Baineroa, amnl officer, San Fnudaoo, Calltaiiiia.. 100 00 

SaUi <lf Putlic Laadt. 41,7S9,S20 9fl 

From KceiTcn of pabllc monera : 

Theo. Sherer, late, CblUcothe, Ohio 1,119 03 

S. W. BIj, Chiltootbe, Ohio M 00 

J. C. Hflbord, TlnceDDes, la. 1,882 89 

O. W. Ruber, IndtanapolU, I» 4,689 00 

8. Uerriwether, JeffenonTllle, la....... S ftl 

A. C. Pepper, Fort Warne, la 130 31 

J. W. Steveiuoii, Qaleoa, 111 41 14 

E. Conner, Bprlnigfleld. Ill 01,&T3 88 

J. S Doaghftrtf, lUatLonli, Ho eG,698 5S 

Kchaid B. Dallam, Saint Lonii, Ho 1,334 4& 

B. K Backner, BooDvUle. Ho. 21,01100 

J F. Ament. Falmrm, Ho 9,049 34 

George U. Seattle. JackBon, Uo. 196,504 00 

H B. Holden, WamwurCllDton,Ho... 140,65196 

T.J. BIthop, Springfield, Ho 334,064 IT 

Henrr Fnllbrigbt, late, Springfield, Ho,. 66T 91 

H. Wbittlngtoa, PUttabnrg, Ho 103,490 18 

J. 8. Hoiutun, Plattaburg, Ho 9,234 46 

Wm. Halibnrtoo, lale, HUan, Ho. 4,188 37 

J.C. HDtchenn, Uilao, Ho 70,140 00 

B. Llord, Cababa or QreenvlJla, Ata. 1,930 36 

Johns. Nance, Hantarille, Ala. 14,033 96 

J. W. Warren, Tuacalooea, Ala 6,467 11 

B. F. Cook, Elba, Ala 1,370 30 

B. U. Torbert. DemopoUa, Ala 1,663 93 

ThonuM Welsh, late, Uontgomery, Ala... 1,019 81 

B. U. Eastjnga, Monlgomei?, Ala 3.633 00 

A.HnodgraM, Lebanon or Centre, Ala.... T,T46 91 

W. S Whitetaorst, Wubington, Uw.... 8,914 67 

J. H. Bolltman, Angiwta. BUM 317 14 

0. C. Deaw, Augusta, HI«. 1,070 76 

A. B. Carter, Angnita, HIm 20,637 73 

W. U. GUlaqila, late, JackM»i, Hia^ 3,940 34 

B. A. Clark, Jackwn, Hiai 873 00 

J, J. Gage, Grenada, UUa 13,766 16 

O. D Bojrd, lata, Columbat, HIm 289 66 

W. F. Harrli, la'G, Columbus, Ubn. 1,030 92 

B. D. Haden, Colnmboa, Uln SS,S03 78 

H. W PMrej. Ne* Orleani, La 913 07 

John Poeer, Opeloota*, La 14,300 00 

B. B. Gantt, late, Opeloiuaa, Ia 4,314 01 

Jamea Bar, late, OpeloDsaa, La 1,142 06 

0. H. UorriacHi, Uonroe, !«. 61,349 10 

J. B. McClandoD, Qre«n«bnrg, Ia 31,072 H 

J. U. Vernon, late, Oreenibnrg, Ia, .... S3 71 

T. C. Hnnt. Natchltoohea, Ia. 41,424 90 

J. B. 0. Buard, Natchitochea, Ia. 318 80 

H A Bood, Dnnoao, Hich. 6,021 33 

J. Beewn, Detroit, HIch 11, 691 60 

Carried forward $1,173,061 60 41,789,630 96 46,803,860 

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SiUe$for thefKiU year mding June 30, 1858— Contiaaed. 
BT EZraNDITDBES. 
BMUghttbnnrd S,80S,08ft M 

PIT- 

IH CcmpeDMUon of B Uborert la tlie NatheMt eseeatiT« 

boildJag 81 « 

III For foal, Ughto, reptUn, and nlitceUuieona contlDgMit 

eipenwaaf theioatbeut eiecnUTflbnlldiiiK...:.. T,41T 60 

M Oantingant sipenaei of the sonth eztaition of (ha 

■nUicmat sxeentiTa bnildiog for fual and mbcalla- 

neoni llem* 2,000 00 

111 nnt Comptroller or the TreMmrr 3,600 00 

IM Clerkaaad nuewDgera lu theofioe oTtheFlntOamp- 

troller M,T7B Tl 

IM Fntnltore, bUnk bm^, binding, &&, office of Pint 

Comptroller l.fiM 00 

IM BeooDd Comptmiter of the freunry 8,000 00 

IM Ciecki, meMsngerB, &c., in the office of tha Second 

ComptroUer JS.MT 93 

101 BUnk boiAB, binding, Ac., for office of Hecood Comp- 
troller 1,700 00 

lOT FInt AnditoT of tbeltaunr; 3,000 N 

lOT Cl«rk« udmeaMogen Id the office of the Firtt Auditor 33,013 Tft 
lOT Bbwk book*, binding, Ac., in the office of the Pint 

Auditor 3,089 13 

101 BeooDd Anditorof theTreuiuy 3,000 00 

lOT Qnki and menengar in the oStoe of the Second Anditor 81,110 68 

107 Blank booka, Btatkmery, binding, labor, fnniitnre, 

blanki, and mlacellaneoDa itemi, ofSoe Seomd 

Auditor ^ 1,600 00 

lOT lUrd Auditor ot theTieaaurr 3,000 00 

IH Cleika uid meaMogen In the office of the Third 

Auditor 118,936 19 

101 Blank book*, biikdlng, &c., (or the office of the lltird 

Andilor 1,638 11 

101 ?oartii Andilor of the Tmanry 3,000 00 

UT Cla^ and meaeDgen In the office of the Fonrth 

Aoditor «,719 SB 

IW Blinkbooka,bliidlng,&c.,for the office of the Fourth 

AodttoT 1,1M « 

log labor fM the office of the Fourth Anditor 65 47 

IM Fifth Aodilor of the Itaiaurr 3,000 00 

IM Clokt and ueaMngen in Ihe office erf the Fifth 

Aaditor H,UO 00 

IM Blank book*, binding, Ac., for the (rfSce of the Fifth 

Andilor 80O 00 

IM neamrerof the United State* 3,000 00 

IN Clerka and mcnengera in the office of the Treaanrer.. 22, 631 80 

IN Blank book* and miaoellaneoDa itema, &c. , for the 

offioeof theTreanrer 1,160 00 

lU Beificterof theTreuur? 3,000 00 

IM Oeriu and meftteagen in- the office of the Begister of 

tbeTreanir]' M,»13 77 

lOS raank book*, binding, lUttonerj, labor, &c. In the 

offioeof the Beglater 6,3S0 40 

IM Botkitoror the "neMnry 3,600 00 

in dab and meaaengera in the office of the Solicitor.. IS, 671 24 

109 Blank booka, binding, atationer;, &o., In the office of 

- 1,000 00 



Canted forward 14,131,766 8S 



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Oetterel aeommt t^ the receipts and mpendiiurea o/* (ke OwUed 



tBnmght fonraid 1,I7S,0S1 SO 41,Ta>,620 SI «,801,B65 < 

J. A.A1ISI1, KalanuMM, Hlch 1,31E U 

W. L. P. UtUa, EMtStgliMW, lUoli. 1,600 00 

H. J. WIImb, IoDift,H]ch 9,1>I 21 

F. H»U, kto, IodU, Midi M 80 

W. A. Prat, Bault St. Harie, Hlch 100 00 

B. J. OntToaet, Haiquette, Hlch . ...... 1, 866 68 

H. A. Bood, HK^iiwc. Hldi Til S3 

W. A. BeT«D*, BMMTllla, AA S6,36T 83 

P. T. Crntohflald, little Bock, Ark 76, Sta 03 

C. B. Hlhihell, WaihiDKloa, Ark 49, IBT 39 

Da W. C. Tall. late. F&retteTUle, Atk... 2,BM Of 

W. QuHeaberrr, lkl«, Fnrettaillla, Ark.. OT 

J. L. Dlckaou, F&j«tt«vllle, Ark SI, 688 83 

J. C. Tappui, Eeleoa, Ark 16,101 iS 

W. T. Swgent, Chunpagnola, Ark IGl, 288 88 

H(in»ii Bom, Clark»Tl1l«, Aik 71,243 63 

Bmuy Bond. lUlmhuMS, FU 3,TJ8 SO 

F. P. Ferralra, St. AnKDftliia, Fla 1,222 00 

Oeoige Helveiutoa, Nswuoiuvllle, FIk 13,034 43 

Umdlton Post, I^mp*. 71s 1,411 SS 

P. Qolgler, Dntraque, low* T,6>5 31 

A. H. Palmer, Uoancll Blntb, Io<r» 33,982 T< 

A E. Baton. OMge, Iowa 60,400 00 

A. LMcb, Bloox Clt7, Iowa 18,374 » 

L. H. Sal«*, CharltoD, Iowa 8,311 18 

V. P Van Antwerp, Fort Dodge, Iowa... 81, US 83 

Tbomaa BargeDt, Fort Dodge. Iowa 11, SOI 16 

J. Ooopet. Fort Dei Hotoe*. Iowa 9S0 (0 

N, B. Boydao, Ad Claire, mi 4,808 00 

B. Plowman, Hlnenl Point, Wii 6,840 99 

B. H. Hooert, late, Henuha, Wla 18, 711 23 

8. Bjan, Henaeha, Wk 7,GS! 78 

J. D. BeyiDMi, Willow BlTer, WU 11,736 63 

A. G EUia, Btei^ieiu' Point, Via 30,274 06 

T. Bodolf, U OroMe, Wta 22,343 40 

E B, Dean, Jr., Saperlor, WW 7,000 00 

8. L. Ha;i, Ht. Clond, Hlnn 272 SO 

H. H. Abbott, Stillwater, Uian.. 4,633 &0 

B. L. Ea^i, Sauk Baplda, lOnii 7,176 28 

W. B. Wood, Sank Bapida, Hlnn 2. 691 08 

B P. BuMll, Hlnneapolli, Hlnn 9,246 76 

J. U. Evaaa, UlDDcqiolla, Hinn.. 1,S00 00 

C. Oraham, Heodanon, Ulan 46,733 90 

L. D. Smith, late, Winona, Hlon 20,048 90 

J. H. UcEenDer, ChatfleM, Ulno 10,920 63 

B. r. miotwHi, Faribanlt, KUnn 19,162 10 

John Whipple, Bwhanan, Hlnn 1,346 72 

J. P. Downer, Ogden, Kan. Tar 969 60 

Daniel WoodKni, Elck^xM, Ean. Taf 804, 124 40 

WllUam Brindie, Laoomplan, EBU.Ter... 397,365 38 

E. Ibuuom, Fort Soott, Ean.Tir 7,040 00 

0. B. Smith, BrowDariila, Keb. Ter 11,400 00 

B. A. Dedonde, IfeteMka Cltr. Heb. Ter. 10, 400 00 

ejoniMOnthrle.Jr.. Oregon Cltj, 0. Far. 9,129 39 

W. J. Uartln, Winchester, Oregon Tar... 6,960 00 

B. Oarlleia, Olrapia. Wash. Ter 9,667 46 

"A B. alllmore, Omaha, Neb. Tar 68,966 19 

3,618,716 8T 



Carried fonnwd $45,S0S,S3< S3 4*,SU,B6S W 



BECKIPT8 AlfD EZFEHDITOIIES. 13 

Staki for Oe jimxA year ending June 30, 1858— Continned. 
BT KXPEHDirOBBB. 
BMaght Ibrmrd 4, 131, 7U 33 

IH Oomniariuiaor Cmtoni 3,000 00 

IH Clwfci aad memBogen In the office of Commliiloiwr 

ofCntoma 1I,«* St 

in BUnk booka, UDding, itettoHir, printltig, uid 
Ub(«, for the offioe of the CooiBiiHlaaer ot Cus- 
tom* 1,800 00 

IN Oerki and meaangen Id Um Ught-hoiiM BoMtl .... 9, 140 00 

IM Blank bcwki, UadlDg, ttktiooerj, Mtd niaoeUanaoai 

Iteua, Ac, for the Ught-hooM Bovd TM 00 

IH iMM7of the BeoretaiT ctf Uw IntMkw 8,0M 00 

101 Cleriu, niB—ngew. aod Uboren in the tiioa Ot the 

Secrataiyof the Interior 19,070 00 

in Bookt, Metlottety, mod other oontliigencdee In the 

offioecf theBeaetH7irf thelnteiiM.. T,»>0 00 

IM Ormpwwtton to the CoinuIiriDtiec of the GeiMnl 

I^ndOlBoa 3,000 00 

lis Ocnpe na ttoa <tf recorder, dnwigtateman, ewlitiBt 
dimo^tnnui, detki, meNengen, &c.. In the Gen- 
enll^ndeffiM ]64,UI 45 

110 OoBtingeat expenMi In the QenenI I^nd Offloe, for 

fad, llghlB,Ac 1,000 DO 

110 OoatiitgeBtezpenMfin the QenenI I«ad Offioe, uidet 
■ct Much 3, 186fi, gnnting bonntf land*, rii : far 
petento, patent and other reootdi 7,000 00 

110 Ontingant expenan in additloB, nnder iwunp land 
act of September 18, ISU, Ac., for the aaUafhcUoa 
of TlrginlalBMl wamnta <,0ftO 00 

lU Clerk hlte, patenta, teoMda, &«., in tbe Oeoeiml lAnd 
Offioe OB aooonnt of mllUaij bout; landa, act of 
l(aidi3.18U 68,400 00 

110 Darin, cMes, and other flxtaire* to oomplete furnlah- 

ing the olBoe, and foe the acoommodatlon of the 
i^ptdl; btereaalng leooida and papen in Ae Q«i- 

efal Uod oBoe.act Uaich 3, 18ST G.DOO 00 

lU BeocnlB and patenta fbr donattou aod other dalma on 
the hdflc ilope and elaewhen in the Oenenl Land 
Office, act Hareh 3, ISST 2,000 Ot 

111 Oiab aiilem, fte., under lawa prior to September IS, 

IBM, pataola aitd other leoorda, teact booka and 

blank booka liwthia and the dlatrict land <dBGea, to. fi.DOO 00 



110 Glerka and mMMngen In the ofOce of the Commla- 

iicnerof PSnrfoDi 107,000 01 

111 Odalic«eat ezpenaea of the Pension Office, not of 

nwas,ao.,Ao 3&,1!B 54 

111 Pot ilaUcmeiT, hlndlng, books, fbrnitotS, and ml*- 

edlaneoM Items In the Penaion lAoe 10,000 00 

111 OoM^adonerof In^anA&ici 3,000 00 

111 Chtka, mwaaiigera, to , In the offloe of the Commla- 

doner of Indian A&tii 18,954 M 

111 Blank books, binding, and sUtbner; for tbe offioe 

of tbe Conunlaaloner of Indian Afbira 8,000 DO 

111 Bitnclerk hire for tbs servioe of the ladlan office 

lor one rear, onniAeDdngAagwt I, 1834 T.DOD 00 

111 ODopensntlon of the CMmnfaskAar of Pabllo Build- 
ing 1,000 00 

OiiriMl fimnid »4,74I,«U U 



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Brought fonrard 4&,303,33S 83 48,802,855 00 

JKtwyt netiBti en euemt ^ eanuiU ftm, mder ad tf Martk 

1, ISBIfc. 
Job. N. Lewli, oomtaetdal agent, port mi 

Priooe ess «6 

ThomM Bt«eni, coDtnl At Dnodee 1,!96 00 

Vn C. Slffken, consul atSingapora 334 14 

C. HoiEDBgla, oootnl >t Calcutta 1,360 00 

T. T. 'nnutall, ooDVul kt Cadli THft 02 

C. W. Dabner, ttxmil Bt Fajml Tl 83 

Geo. H. Fidifteld, cotunl at FOK Loult .. 464 30 

NlcliolHPtke.<»nraUt Oporto 113 9fi 

N. O. ConkWkll, acting coonil, Blo Gtande 

dalBijT 4S3 M 

QeorgelAttmer, ooniulatSt John* P. S. SOfi 99 

KnmUiii D. Beed, oonnil at Padaag 3D 66 

G BnutielD, actlDg coniul at Basle 710 00 

Daniel S. Lee, ooniul at Bade 100 00 

Jamea H. WlUiama, connl at liTdney, 

N. S. W 1,500 00 

B. Everett Emlth, vice coonil at Turk's 

Idand 361 7T 

0. U. Oronndie, conanl at Zurich 611 00 

Tlionias Btddle, Jr., vice coneul at Snga- 

pore 1,800 91 

A.O. Chandler, coniul at I^alna 3,S96 BS 

C. Whilaker, conml at 8t John'a, N. B.. 1,000 00 

Bebert H. Swift, conanl at Uaracaibo 376 00 

Jonathan Elliott, commeTdal agent. Ban 

Domlngocitj 141 7S 

O. A. Lathrop, tIoc coniul at Hooololu.. 6, 894 91 

John L. Hodge, late coDsal at HaneUlei. 1,718 09 

J T. Oolding, consul at lAgaajra 486 17 

T. Ewtng HiUer, consul at Bordeans .... 600 00 

A. fi. Corwioe, oonsnl at Panama.. 1,017 76 

Charlet L. Denman, consul at Ac^niloo.. 201 48 

ATthuT MoTTsU, vice coniuI at Aiplnwall. 809 69 

B. M. Hamilton, coniul at MonleTidoo .. 1,000 00 

Q. 8. Holmei, connil at Cape Town 39S 68 

J. T Pickett, counilat TeiaCrua 638 01 

O. H. Peny, oonml at Canton 179 48 

A. PUsbaiT, conml at Halifu 1,446 SO 

Caleb JoM*. oonral at Eoo Cboo........ 171 41 

J. P. OareMhe, coonI at HataiuBa 3,619 16 

Wm. B. ICone, conral at Santtago, Capo 

V«de 44 II 

Peter BenMaeao, canenl at Uatamerai... 610 00 
Isaac Debrot, Tioa oommerdal agent at 

Cnia^oa IM 00 

William Bildebiand, anuol at Bremen.. 434 Si 

HuuT Sebor, late oonsol at L^ona 3,019 00 

Nathaniel Bolton, consul atGencTa 116 00 

DaTidBcgers, connil at St. Croix 06 09 

B. H. Bairison, ooDtol at Kingston, 

Jatnaioa TOO 40 

Robert H. Leeae, ooiuul at Spesda II H 

John Z. Tonej, conmerdal agent at 

Honroria 104 74 

Carried forwMd $>6,6S7 69 46,303,336 IS 46,803,866 00 



KEPEIFT8 AND EXPEKDITTntES. 15 

Stttk$/or tktfitcal year ending June 30, 1858— CoDtinned. 

BY KXPKMDTTDBBS. 

Brodghtfomrd 4,749,984 43 

rtv- 

Ml Clerk in tho office ot the CMamlidonar of Pnbllc 

BuOdliiga 1,!00 00 

III StktlcMierj, bkok booki, pluii, dnwlngi, and other 

Coatli^eDt eipensM in the office ot CommMoner 

of Pablio BnildiiiKi 150 00 

111 To enable the Secretuy of the Intetlor to par the 

■aperintcndent of the hnlldlng oocnpied by the 

Bud Secretaiy, &c., from Juinuj 1, 1SS5 to June 

30, 1838, act Much S, IBB7 BOO 00 

111 CompenMition of the KUTsyoT genenil of Ohio, Indl- 

aoa, ud Uicblgw 3,000 DO 

HI CompeiMftUiMi of clerki Id the office of the sarvefor 

gnend of Ohio, btdUna, tmd HIcfaigui 6,300 00 

111 CompeMatien of thesurvejorgeueial of nUnoiaand 

Mtmmai 1,000 00 

lit Oerki tn the ofOoe of tnrTeror general of Ulluola 

and Xlaonri 3,810 00 

111 CotnptiMBtioii of the anrreyot general of I^mMana.. 2,000 00 

111 Cleriuln tbeolBciaof tbeHnrreyoTgeiienlof liOnUuia l,fiD0 00 

111 CoinpenMtion of the nrTeTOT general of Florida 1,S4S 8S 

HI Cldkalo the office of the BurrejorgeDeiml of Florida. 9,500 00 

111 OompeDMtloa of the tarrejor geneial of WIbcouIq 

and Iowa 1,000 00 

111 Clerfc* Id the office of the lurveyor general of Wboon- 

rinandlowa 8,300 00 

111 Compenaattod of the lurrerorgeneialof AikanMB... 1,000 00 

III Oeib In the office of the tarteyot general of At- 

kaiMai 6,096 00 

111 CoB^ienMtloii of the enrveror general of Orqcon 4, OSS 33 

111 Qerkg In the office of the eDTTejor general of Oregon. 6, 000 00 

11) Bent, ftid, booki,itationGrj,&c., for the office of the 

mmyoT general of Or^on 1,400 00 

111 OonpOMattoll of the anrvejor general of Callfomta. . ft, 816 00 

IIS Oerka in Uie office of the larvejor general of Ckll- 

imte. 28,771 4S 

III Bent of anrvejor general's office In Calltiinila, pnr- 

chiae of instnunenti, dnwlog materiaU, meeMD- 

gn, ftimltore, fuel, ka .. B, 917 66 

113 CompeniaUon of mrmjoT general of Waahlngton 

Tsrrltorj 1,260 00 

113 deika In the office of mrrejor general of Waahington 

TeRltor7 8,000 00 

114 Bent of office, fuel, book*, ■tatlooer]', and other In- 

ddental ezpenwa , for the mrrejor general of 

Taahingtoa Ttorrilor; 1,150 00 

114 CoopenaatloD of theanrreyorgeDeralof New Mexico. 3,750 00 

114 CtetkilnlheoffiMof inrrerorgeaeralof HewMexioo. 6,000 00 

114 B«ntof the Mirrerot genend'i office In New Mexico. 4,600 00 

114 namlatoc In the office of the nrTeTor general of 

llewMesko , 1,000 00 

114 Oo»p«oMtk>D of ^le (orreTor genenl of EanMa and 



U4 Ctnfci In the oSoe of the •arrejoT geneml of KanMi 

•DdNebraaa 4,901 09 

114 Bent <rf irfBce, fuel, and Incidental expeotea for the 

nrrejor geaeral of EaoMt and NebnUka 3,103 75 

Carried forward $4,677,743 ' 



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General aecoutU of the reo«^s and ea^amditum of the United 



Brouffht forward 3S,&8T G» ifi,303,338 83 M,BDt,SU 

IhGodore Ahrene, Tice ooosol, Ponce, P. B. GB6 79 

U. P. Oune. ooaiQlatDasTftqnll Bl ao 

Jamea Winter, coubqI at TQrk'i Idwid .. 124 07 

Alexknder Hatnmett, coiml at Naplet... <BG 46 

P. A. Stockton, oonml at Lvlpdo 903 36 

W. H. Smjl^, oonmerdAl agent, Port 

ateDley 1 TJ 

W. A Bnffam, conmil at Trisato SIO 91 

W. B. Campbell, oonml at Rottardam 807 67 

J. J. Henitt, coonil atNatMa 1, 138 77 

E. W. Fenr, Jr., cooiul at Venice Bl t6 

John W. Oorbam, ommuI at JemNlem... 27 OD 

John 8. Smith, Mmral at Malaga SS6 61 

0«o^aW. If organ, oonanl at Hanalllea. 1,624 65 

Hogh Keenan, Dontnl at Cork 71S Si 

C. G. BarloT, connil at If anchealer 6GS II 

Samnel O. Fond, ooosal at Fena, Bn^.. Ill 00 

Wni.E.Hiighe8,aotInBoonnilatBarlMdoea 398 93 
Stephen Cochrane, oonml at Bt Jago de 

Coba 843 BO 

Sonthejr Qrlnaldi, late oonml, Pnarto Cb- 

bello 682 83 

John JL litcbfield, coiuul, Pnerto Cabello 608 B3 

Wm. H. TeH7, conral at HaTTO T,I60 00 

0. Gostii Hubbard, OMonierdal agnt, 

CapoHaytlen 133 « 

B. B Campbell, oon^nl at IxHidco....... l,87fi 00 

fl. J. Spragce, ooniul at (^braltu 88 87 

Jamea Bnihj, ilce oommerdal agen^ Bar 

lalanda 761 1» 

B. "'"""■** ITorton, conml at Pleton ... 2*1 47 
John B. VUliaou, oommerdal agent at 

Untlkala 41 « 

D. B. IHfbndecfhr, oonml at Paao del 

Horte 14B 91 

Wm. Kbi^, Jr., Tice oonial at Shanghai. 1,166 27 
Edwin de I«on, oonanl general at Aleian- 

drU 100 B7 

A. Herbemant, conml at Qenoa 738 S7 

A. Follin, otmanl at Amoa, Honduras 84 7B 

A y.ColTln, oonml at Demarara - 383 SB 

A. H. Orhard, rice oonml at SlatansM... II 00 

J. E. Miller, tIoc coMol at Boideani SOa 28 

Bobert O. Soott, conml at iU« do Janeiro 6, 704 B3 

W. H. BobertMn, acting oonml at BaTana 1, 072 10 

Fiaderick Dabnej, viae oonml at Fajal.. 386 77 

Bamon L. Banchea, oonml at Carthagena 284 60 

Alex. H. Clementa, oonml at Pemambaoo S21 U 

Nath'l Uawthonw, ooaul at Urerpool. . 11, 474 18 

D. K. If cBae, oonanl at Parti 839 00 

Tbom-iH.Hjatt.coiwilat Anu^ 10 00 

H. DaTT, oonral at Hewoartl^^n-iyne .. 976 94 

Albert DaTy.mwul at I^eda 2,000 00 

Pnoklln Chaae, conml at Tamploo 345 ID 

Jamea Eeenan, oonml at Hong Kong 3,375 00 

Caleb CroawBll, conml at St. Petenbiug.. 241 00 

Jonaa King, oonml at Athem 21 00 

CaiTied forward »88,4M 98 46,303,938 S3 48,801.866 



BECEIPTS XVD EXFENDITUBES. 17 

Staid/or thejiscal year ending June 30, 1858 — CoDtioaed. 

BY KXPENDITDRE3. 

Bronebt forwaid 4,817,743 45 

114 Oompraustion of the gnrveyoi gener«l of Utah Terri- 
tory 3,600 00 

114 Extra derka and dianghtamcn in the offices of the 

ntrreTon gemani, to be apportioned to them ac- 

coiding to the eslgendca of the public terrice 49,028 43 

115 6*)«iT of the Secretarr of War 8,000 00 

116 Cleika aad meeMUgsis in the office of the Secretwr 

of War 16,400 00 

115 Eitra clerk* in the War Department 1,600 00 

115 Blank books, binding, atationerr, laijor. and printing 

fbr the office of the BecreUiy of War 4,600 00 

115 ClETki and meMengarB in the oIDce of the PaTmaiter 

Oaneral 11,240 00 

HI Blank books, binding, alatioiierj, and misccllaneoQE 

items In the otlloe of the Paymaster Oeneral 600 00 

IK Cleika and menengera in the office of the Commissar; 

Qeneial of Subdilence 10,040 OO 

Hi derks aod mcBengeia in the oHIce of the Adjutant 

Oenend 14,840 00 

UC Booki, blading, and stationery for the office of Adju- 
tant GenemI 9S0 96 

UC Clerks aad messengers In the office of the Chief £n^- 

Dser 8,440 DO 

lie Blank books, Undiog, stationery, ftc., for office of 

Chief Engineer 900 00 

IIT Clerks and messengers in the office of the Qnartermas- 

master OenetsJ -. 11,348 99 

111 Blank books and blading for the office of Quartermas- 
ter Oeneral. iocloang the offic<a at Philadelphia... 1, 200 00 
in dnka ami meteengers in the office of Topogiapbical 

Engineeii 9,001 10 

III Blank books, Unding, atationerj, and labor for the 

oAce of Topogi^hicot EngineerB , 760 31 

IIT Qerki and memengen in the Ordnance Office 12,240 00 

117 Blank books, binding, and stationery for the Ordnance 

Oflke 950 00 

in Clerks and mesaengeis in the office of the Surgeon 

Oenerml 6,240 00 

118 Blank boidtB, binding, itatlonery, kc. , in tho office of 

the Surgeon General ' 400 00 

lis Compeiisatlon of four watchmen and two laborers for 

the northwest execntive bnilding 3,300 00 

IIB Fuel, lighta, and miscellaneous items for the north- 
west ezecntive buildinK 4,000 00 

118 Comprasation of superintendent, four watchmen, and 

two laborers for boilding comer of F and ITth • 

streets 3,850 00 

lU Fuel, oompensation of fireman, and miscellnneous 

ttamsfor building oomer of F and 17th streeta.,.. 4,800 00 

m Salary of Becretary of the Kavy 8,000 00 

lis ClCT-ks. measengets, &c,, in the office of the Secretary 

of the Navy 20,672 42 

111 Blaak books, binding, stationery, newspapers, ftc., 

for the office of the Becretaryof the Navy 3, BOO DO 

113 Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography.. 3,500 00 

Carried forward $6,109,485 66 

2b ., ..Google 



18 BBCEIPTS ASD EZFEHDITUBBI. 

Genera? account ofilie receipts and expenditures of the United 



Brooglit forward 88,430 96 4G,303,33t 83 46,30i,8SS 00 

Abel Fr«Dcli, cootulat AizlaChapsUe... 1,007 SO 

Alft«dA. Heed, coniiil at BaUvia 310 H 

JohnHiggliw, coiuul at Belfut 2,S29 6T 

IumI D. Amlrtiri, late cotunl geaenl at 

Quebec 74 SO 

P. T. Heartt, eonml at Olugow 8,385 ST 

B. 0. Barnwell, coiml at Aouttidam 392 41 

ThomaiBrauker, TlceoongnlatAniatenlain 46 DO 

Uaz Stettbelmei, candil at Stutgaidt.... f6S 00 

F. W. Beba, ooniul at Uenlna SIS <8 

John B. BacoQ, late ooDBQl at Haiwn 77! 19 

H. H. Bantow, connl at Palermo....... STT Gt 

A. Ten Brook, cooaul at Maolcb TS &0 

William HilcB, ooneul at Callao 1,800 OT 

Samoel Bicker, cotuul, Fraukfurt-oa-tbe- 

Hala 417 00 

Jaa. B. HcDotuild, contul at Hambarg... 1, fiM 91 

B. Bqtiiie Cotrell, commerdal agent, San 

Jnandel Norte 267 89 

Fajetta M. Blaggold, conml at Pdta, Peru 859 80 

Tho» W. Bonotree, coiuul at La Bocbelle 438 64 
3, 8. Oilmer, couul at Babla, San SoItu- 

dor, Braail IS5 4S 

EoratJDFoz,vlceccTisal,IilDidaddeCiiba 490 69 

Q«orge Uutton, a^tlag cODiul at Pari* 1,0T1 !0 

£. S. Oflley, comnl at Smyrna S29 04 

J. Priest, conmil at San Juan del Hur .... 87 09 

W. 8. BobMD. coaml at Valpaialao S,OU 90 

Edward C. StUet, comtil at Vieona .. 501 00 

WUUam Crtnby, coniul at I^lcahuano ... flTS 14 
Blmon Btodder, vice commercial agent at 

M. PauldeLoonda 105 01 

Wm. H. Hudaon, connl at Buenoi Ajrei. 2, 000 00 

John Black, coniul. City of Uexloo 828 92 

Bobert 8. HwaaaUm, vice-contnl, Apta, 

Navigator's ialanda 39 09 

Joel W. White, couml at Lyont 423 00 

SamnelP. AnnibxKig, oomnlatUalamoraB 316 87 
Charles J- Helm, acting conml at St. 

Thomas 1,173 SI 

Q. Uouotfort, consul at Islo of Candla... t 00 

Isaac B. Diller, consul at Bremen ....... 521 S9 

W. P. Chandler, oonsnl at Tunis t 50 

S. H. Ifanefield, consul at Zanzibar 164 8T 

A. D. Gait, consul at Antwerp 1,684 5S 

Oftbriel a. Kleurot, coneul at Bordeaux.. 1, 39B 74 

WlUtam Denman. consul at Acapnlco 373 51 

Eben P. Ballej, consul at Para, Brazil ... 13S 10 

E B. Simmons, vice-consul at St. Thomas 110 11 
E. Dntertre, vlce-commerciAl agent, Auz 

Cayea BT6 M 

Nltno A. deCarvalIco, actiug consul, Ma- 
deira ItO 28 

J. Howard Hari-h, consul at Madeira .... ItO SO 

Aboer Pratt, consul at Honolulu .... 1,081 30 

C. Oriswold, consul at Hanilla 73 II 

Carried forward 8119,604 9T 43,303,S3« 83 46,803,833 W 



WECXIPTB AND EXPENDimtES 19 

&ate»for the final year ending Jtme 30, 1868— Continued. 

BT.EXFSHDirUBES. 
Brought fdnmd fi,10),43S 66 

11} Cl«rkt, dranghUmen, &c., in the Btman of Oidaaiice 

uidHydTOKTiphy.... .. 8,8iO 00 

lis fiUok booki, BtatloncTj, Ac., for Bumn of Oidiuaoe 

■nd Hydrogniphy . ..... 600 OO 

US Chief of BorMtt of Ntvy Yatila and Docka S.SOO 00 

US QtU engineer, clerkt, and draagbttmeD In the Baie«n 

of N»ry Terdg end Docki 10,697 15 

lis Stetloaerj, booka, plana, and drawioga for Bureau of 

Navy Yardi and Docka GOO 00 

It) Chief of Bnreau of Ctmrtrnctlon, Equipment, and 

BepidT 8,500 00 

IIP Chief naral conalnictor, engineer- In-chicf, and clerki, 
dimDghlamen, kc, In Bmean of CmatrncUon, 
Equipment, and Repair 17,839 IS 

ItO Blank booki, UndiDg;, &c.,fbr Bureau of Conatructlon, 

Eqnlpntrat, and Repair . 600 00 

ItO Clerka, maiKitger, aiKl laborer In Bnraan of Provti- 

lone and Clothing 8,SM OO 

ItD Blank booka, binding, atatjonerj, and labor, and mii- 
cellaneona ttems for Bnraan of Prorlrioni and Cloth- 
ing fiOD 00 

110 CUef of Bnreaaof Uedidne and Bnrgery 8,600 00 

ItO Clerki. meBengon, Ac., In the Bureau of llediolne 

and Sargeiy . 6,040 00 

in Blank booki and ttationety for the Bureau of Uedl- 

due and Suigerj .... 600 M 

UI Bslarr of four watduuen In the lonthweat execntire 

baUding 1,400 00 

111 I«bot, fuel, light*, Ac., for the Knithweat esecative 

bniliUng 3,600 00 

111 fialaiy of the Poatmaiter Qeneral 8,000 00 

111 Three Aadatant Poatmaaten Qeneral...... .... 9,000 00 

111 Cle^, me«engeii, &c., in the office of the Poatmaa- 

terOeneral ^ U4.010 II 

in Auditor of the Poat Office Department 3,000 00 

Ul Clerka and meaaengara in the office of the Auditor of 

the Poet Office Depwtment 169,069 10 

Ul Stelkmerr, Uank books, labor, Ac, for the office of 

the Auditor of the Poat Office Department 4,633 94 

III UHeUaoeoaa itema for the office of the AntStOT of the 

Poat OfBoe Department 4,100 DO 

111 Blank booka, binding, ttatloaety, and fuel, for the 

General Poat Office bulldiog, including Anditor'a 

office, Ac 10,000 00 

Itl Bepain, office fuiuitute, Ac, for the Oeneial Poet 

Officebnilding 3,000 00 

in CommlBdona allowed to cleika and other emploj^a In 

the city poat offlve In Washington City, D. C S,187 7T 

in SalaiT of the Attomej Owieral of the United Slatea. 8, 000 00 

Ul Clerka and measenger in the ofBce of the Attorney 

General 10,100 00 

Ul OtBoe fnmituie and book caaea for the office of the 

AUomey Oenenl _ 500 00 

lit Contingent expenaea of the office of the Attorney 

General 1,600 00 

Cairied tbnwd «S,S64,233 28 

_,.„ Google 



20 BECBIPTS AND EZE^NDITUBBEr. 

Qeneral account of the receipts and expendittaea of the United 
TO KECEIFI8. 



Brought forward 119,fi04 97 49,303,336 83 46,S02,8S5 00 

W. B. B. Moor, comnl, BritUh Korth 

American Fiovincei. ....... lOT 32 

B. B. Rawle, connll at Macoa.... 30 DO 

ChaileiJ. Tax, coukuI at Asplawall 1,12T SO 

William ThomROD, conml at SouthamptoD S41 IB 

Cbarlcs Bicken, vice-contul, Vera Cniz .. 231 31 

Heniy W. Bp«Dcei, consul nt PariB 1,485 60 

Jamei T. Wilson, late vioe-contnl, Amoy. 10 87 
John E. Amorjr, vice-canrit geoenJ, Cal- 

cotU Z,99< 34 

Oeorg« F. Upton, consul at Bio Orande, 

Bnudl 272 21 

Wm. W, ManniDB, lat« vice-coDiul, lUita 911 23 

Wn>. H. KGlley, lateconiul, Tabita 434 33 

TliomBi Dunn, vice-uonsul, Foo Choo 119 62 

J. A. Binda, consul at Leghoio 2,287 33 

John P. Brown, consul gcnentl ftt Con- 

■tantin<^le 998 64 

GeoT^ Fembeiton, consul at Quebec . 321 00 

Perrjr HcD. Collins, conmercwl agent, 

Auiaor river 7 00 

F. L. Bamiento; consnl at Venice....... T 00 

C. Dorwin, deputj consul general at Uon- 

treal 21 00 

John Endlich, consul at Bsale 20S 00 

John F. Portens, consul at Oporto 36 00 

Thomas V. Ularke, consnl at Ouayaqail.. IS 94 

James H. Homer, consul at Sabanillo 31 T6 

Henry Anthon, jr , oonsal at Batavla 71 45 



131,087 19 



A' A. Beed, cotmi at Batavia, for moneys 
received belongii^g to estate of C. Pe- 
tenen, deceased, American dtlien 

John Campbell, acting consul at Uarti. 
Dlqne, for moneys received belonging to 
estate of B. F. Quthrie, a deceased 
American citiKn 

A. Herbement, consul at Genoa, for 
moneys recdTed belooging to eel«te of 
N. P. Bmith, deecMed, American dtisen. 

J, T. Pickett, consol at Ven 
Cms, for money* received 
belonging to the estates of 
James Hoore, W. Butler, D. 



1, dti- 

sens of the United Stales .. 

Belonging to estates of 

deocased parsons not 



208 00 



18 43 

329 12 



Moneyt taiivid an aaeunt e^ iniptetioa of tLtaialoiU, lieauei to 

p^M, tnguiitn, tit. 
Jeisc Thoniss, inrreyoi, Nashville, Tenn. 820 00 



1820 DO 45,135,603 88 4G,802,SS5 00 



BECEIPTS ADD EXPEKDirUBES. 21 

StttUa/or the fiscal year ending June 30, 1858 — OoatinQed, 
BT EXPENDITUBES. 
Brought itnwud 5,SS4,233 13 

111 Fuel Mid labor for the offioa of the Attomej 0«D«t«l. 300 00 

111 Pnrchaw of law »nd aec«Huy booki for th« office of 

tha Mtomej QeDeral.. 1,000 00 

HI Pnrchaie of deficient State repoiU Knd itatntes for the 

Attomej QcDeral'g office 1,500 00 

Itl For Teat t^ building occupied In part by the Attoniej 

Qeneral and in part by tbe Fint Aodftor 1,109 71 

m Laboren at the buUding occupied Id part by the At- 

tomey Qauerol and la part by the Flnt Auditor... 148 IS 

1U Codificatioii of the lava of the District of Columbia.. 3,994 BS 

111 Conpenaation of the memlwnof theBoardof ReTlgon 

•ppointed in patsuaoce of the act of CongreM of 3d 

Match, 185G, for codifjbtfr the Ian of the DUtrict 

of Columbia 4,000 00 

lU F^iai and printiag for the eiecnUve departmeota, in. 

eluding pqier, printing, and btDdlng the annoal 

■tatementa oF Commerce and HarlgatlMi, &c M, 170 H 

113 Salariea of officen uid deriu of the Ulnt at FbUadel- 

phia 17,90*) 00 

UI BulMiea of officen and clerka of Uie bianch mint at 

Chadotte, ». C «,000 M 

111 EUiriee of olBcen and deika of the bianch mint at 

Dablonegft, Cte 7,500 00 

113 8dari(i of offlcen and clerkt of the Inaooh mint at 

Keer Orleaiu, !• 18,300 00 

115 Babriea of anperinlendent, treanrer, kc., of (he 

branch mint at Ban FiandKO, Gal 18,000 00 

114 Ealary of • clerk to the tfeaanrer of the bianch mint 

at San FrandKO, Cat 2,600 00 

m Uarics of AMi«tMit Treararen of the United SUtea. 13. 000 00 

lUaalarlea of ten additional cleika 6,809 10 

114 Salariea of deike, meMcngctt, and watchmen, in the 

office of the AMblaot TreiMuer at Hew York 13, 900 00 

114 ConUngent ezpenies nndei the act for the vfe keep- 

tag of the public revenue 35,211 09 

Iti Clilef justice and BModate Judge* of the Supreme 

Gtmrtirf the United euiei 61,816 07 

116 Chief justice and assoclats Judgea, and judges of the 

orphana' and criminal courts of tha District of Co- 
lumbia 14,737 BO 

Its District judges of the United State* 107,383 80 

]» SalaiTofthe circuit Judge for Callfbrala 6,S15 00 

IK District attoneyM of the Unitod SUtea 10,030 61 

in Hanhals of the United State* , S,S»6 88 

IW ExpeuHeofoonrti of the United Btatea 811,963 08 

134 Fkyment to clerks of the United State* contta where 

the compensation is less than UOO per annum.... 7,033 19 

1U Ooremor, judges, and secretary of Oregon Territory. 12, 646 08 
133 Cotupoisation and mileage of members of the If^iala- 

tlTeaaembly, officen, Ju:., ofOregon Territory... 26,746 00 

135 DoTenior,judgea,andsecretaiyof UlnneeotaTsrritory 8,366 10 

135 Compeowtion and mileage of memben of the leglsla- 

tire assembly of Uiaoeaota Territory 2,536 01 

\3S Contingent ezpetiieaafMiDQeaota Territory ........ 1,000 00 

136 Ooreruor, Judge*, and secretary of the Territoi7 of 

HewMeiico 11,721 66 



Carried forward.- 



-«.»".»»• S.Googk 



22 BECEIPTS Ain> EZFENDITUBE8. 

Oeneral account of the reoeipta and exptmditvrea of the United 

TO BBCEIPTS. 

BrOQght fonraid eZD 00 40,436,653 88 40,802,855 00 

Dmuel WonD, gurreyor, Q&lena, 111...... 500 00 

John Hutlngi, ■orreyoT, PUIabuiK, Pk.. S,6ST 00 

B. B. W. McLean, snrveyoi.CiDcinnati.O. 3,400 SO 

H. ShOBmoker, collector, Detroit, Hich., 94T 00 

W. A. Linn. Earreyor, Et. LouJb, Mo 4,113 00 

B. F. WishingtOD, collector. Ban Fran- 

dBCO, California 1,S20 00 

H. J. Bedfield, lato collector, New York, 

New York - 635 00 

J. T. Hndion, Ute collector, BnSalo Creek, 

New York 438 00 

J. B. Baker, collector, Philadelphia, Pa.. 818 00 
H. C. Matthews, collector, Oeorgetown, 

D. C ISO 00 

John Botton, collector, Savannah, Ua... 534 00 
W, N. Haldeman, tairtjo:, LoolBTllle, 

Kentucky 2,321 OT 

M. B. lAtbam, late collector, tfan. Fran- 
cisco, California ISO 00 

8. S. EngUeb, lato inrreTor, LonitviUe, 

KentnckT _ JBl 00 

J. T, Miller, collector, Wtlmlngton, N. C. 290 OO 
B. Bradbnrj, late collector, Pauamaqnod- 

dy, Maine 280 00 

J. W, Mickle, sniTcyor, Camden, N. J.. SB 00 

J«Ha Bharpe, collector, Wilmington, Del. 6211 00 

H. Hobait, collector. New London, Conn. 21t 00 

J. Fry, collector, Chicago, 111 438 00 

T. Hanford, collector, Mobile, Ala 1,189 00 

W. F. Colcock, collector, Charleston, B.C. 4;& 48 

J. T. Maeoo, collector, Baltimore, Md ... 633 00 

A. J. Fannell, collector, Wheeling, Va .. 1,T49 36 

HoMS McDonald, collector, Portland, Me. 17T 00 

Aug. Bchell, collector. New York, N. Y . 3,684 00 

Oeorge Turner, collector, Newport, R. I . 2S 00 
Horace Moody, collector, Oiwegatchle, 

New York 36 00 

W. B. Pike, collector. Balem, Man 20 00 

H. Etoart. collector, GolTeaton, Teuu ... 292 00 

C,H.Pea«lee, late collector, Boston, Masa. 1,381 78 

E, B. Hough, collector, Alexandria, Va.. 26 00 
S. T. Bawyer, collector, Norfolk, Va 195 DO 

F. H. HaUb, collector, New Orleau, La. 3, 3S6 00 

J. Sierra, collector, Pensacola, Fla 41 00 

8. L. Gardiner, late collector, Sag Harbor, 

New York 20 00 

W. S. Pomeroy, collector, Fairfield, Conn. 73 00 

0. B. H. FeMenden, collector. New Bed- 
ford, Man 75 00 

Bobert Barm, collector, Pauamaqaoddy, 

Maine SO 00 

W. M. AddlsoD, Nttoniey, district of Md. 75 0« 

Joseph Berry, collector, Bath, He 30 00 

. E.B.Talcott, late collector, OswepsN.Y. 393 00 

H. A. Osbom, collector. New Haven, Conn. 140 00 

Henry N. Bandi, laU mrreyor, Louli- 

TUle, Ky 1S9 00 

Caniod forward 134,790 18 4S,43S,S&S S8 iS,80S,856 00 



BECEIPT8 AND EXFENDITUBES. 
! ! '> ■ ' A J .'i ;3 aJ year ending June 30, 1858 — Continued. 

BY ESPENDITDItES. 



BrOTtglit fonrud 6,893,068 3S 

rift 

I3S CompeuBitioD and raileaga of memben of the legiilt- 

^TB BMenibl; of New Meiloo 1T,S12 93 

IM TocDBble the KOTernor of the Terrilory of New Mei- 

ioo to employ ao Interpietar or traoslator . 500 00 

IM OontiiiKeDt eipeunaof Uie Teiritor; of New Mexico, 
inclodiDg compenntloa of the penon employed by 
the goveraoi u tnuulator 1,206 Z4 

1U GoTemoT, jadgea, and wcretary of th« Territory of 

Dt«h *,157 23 

131 CompeoBaUoD Mid nUeage of members of the legiela- 

tlTe asaembly of the Territory of Utah 211,500 OO 

IJfi Contingent eipenua of tha Territory of Utah 2,000 00 

137 OoTemor, judges, aad lecretary of Washington Terri- 
tory 12,903 8t 

IIT Compenaation and mileage of membria of the t^Isla- 
tJTe Rseembly, oSloeiB and cleifai, and contingent 
eipenses of the assembly of Washington Teiritory. 20, 000 00 

13T OoDtingeat expenses of Washington TenEtoiy, Inclu- 
ding nlary of a clerk In the aiecutlve department. I,3&8 76 

137 Ooremor, judges, and setretary of the Tenitoiy of 

Nebraska 9,479 96 

117 Compeiuatian and mileage of membeni of the legisln' 
tive assembly, oScen, ftc , of the Territory of Ne- 
htUka, I*, 000 00 

137 Con Ud gent eipenses of Nebraska Territory 1,372 61 

117 Qofemor, judges, and secretary of the Teiritory of 

Kansas 8,831 80 

IIS Compensation and mileage of members of the legisla- 
tive assembly, officeit, clerks, and oootingent ei- 
peikscs of the Territory of Ekneas IB, 012 49 

138 Eitraordiikaiyeipe&Beaof tbeeiecutlve office of Kan- 

sas Territory 6,000 00 

138 Galariea and expenses of nine superTidng and Ally 

local inspectors of 8t«un vessels, &c 81, 133 70 

7,118,070 91 
From which deduct excess o( repayments beyond ex- 
penditures, and repayments where there are no 
expenditures, tie : 

111 Blank books, blodiug, printing, Ac., 
in office of Comminary Oeneivl of 
Snbdstence 1« 9* 

141 Bepaiia aud improTemeut of bulldiug 

corner of F and ITth streets 027 39 

149 Otbe rent for the surveyor general of 

Eul«w, Fuel, books, stationery, &c- 397 7S 

140 For the donation and exchange of 
such documents, ftc, as ate placed 
at the disposal of Joint library Com- 
mittee 186 03 

140 Contingent expenses in the office of 

the paymaster geoeral 168 60 

140 Compenmtion and mileage of mem- 
ben of the legislative aBcmbly of 

WiKOnsln Territory 309 II 

1,73187 7,116,339 04 

Carried forward .- $7,116,330 0« 



24 BECEIPTS JiSD EXPEHDrnTBES, 

Oeaend account of the receipts and ea^>enditurea of the United 

TO EBCEIPT8. 

Brought totrmri 

Ana* Robfni, collector, Perth Acaboy, N.J. 

W. M. Harrison, collector, Bichmond, Va. 90 UU 

C. N. Bodfiih, late coUector. Bath, He... BQ 00 
E. WiUoQ, late oollectoi, Waldaborousb, 

HalDB 100 00 

W. Biyuxi, collector, Bufblo creok, N. Y. B7B 60 

P. W. Lelaud, collector, Fall RiTer, Mass. <5 00 

E. W. AEIen. collector, Nantucket. MaM.. 125 00 

JeiM J. BlnklDi, collector, Norfolk, Ta.. Si 00 

J. O. Dell, collector, Bt. Jobo's, Fla U 00 

E. Spottiwood, aarvejor, Dubuqe, Iowa.. 25 00 
O. T. Wright, collector, Tappahaunock, 

Tlrsinia 116 00 

J. A. QibaoQ, iurrejoc, Flttaliiirg, Pens.. fil 00 



3S,T4T 60 



JKoMyi nct i Md on ceeoimt ^ finet, ^vwUm, t(t, 

John T. Mfrlck, late manhal, oorthem 

dlatrict, Florida 2,79* S4 

W. P. PrablB, jr., clerk of district court, 

HaliiB I, SIS 00 

U. Bhoomakei, collector, Detroit, Mlcti.. B6T 41 

B. Bradburj, late collector, Pasamaquod- 

dr, Halns ISl S6 

E. J. Bed&Bld, lata collector, New York, 

H.Y 1(7 08 

Jamea C. Tandyke, district attorney, eait- 

em district of PenuflTanla .. 3,212 79 

CftptalnE. Baldwin IS SO 

W. H. Boweo 100 00 

A. H. Hatch, clerk of court, N. H B8 SS 

C. Barton, late manhal, Conn ...... l,01t 00 

L. Jewett, late collector, Portland, Uo... U 97 

B.F.Hallett,UnltedStateaattome7,MaM. 34 4Z 

B. S. Hiller, clerk of dlatrici court, Wla.. 937 II 

J. P. Hall, district attome;, N. Y 00 00 

B. Kann, Uanhsl, Conn SO 00 

J. Deacon Md E. H. Baikrdilej 100 00 

H. Wtlej 100 00 

8. J. Fetert, lata collector. New Orleuu, 

I-ouldana 3,099 0< 

D. Prienr, lata collector. New Orleani, Ia. 581 It 
V. H. BIchardton, marshal, California... 7S 00 

E. Bactor, manhal, ArkannB . 30 00 

a. HasMi, late United Slal«i attomej, 

Ohio B5 00 

Q. A. Jone*, lat« United StatM attomer, 

Ohio 70T SO 

T. J. Young, late marahal, Eeotacky 163 03 

L. B. Peck, late United Stetea atloroer, 

Tennont 1,3S» 80 

J. W. WMkliu, mardtal, Haryland 337 15 

H. B. HeMOud W. L. P. Uttle 140 32 

J. U. Kennedy, marthal, eaatrm district 

of LoDlalana 316 10 

W. H. Harrison, collector, Bichmond, Tu. 10 00 

Carried forward $18,542 35 45,472,401 56 46,801,855 C 



EECEIPTS AND ESPEKDITUEES. 25 

Blaiei for the fiscal year ending Jutie 30, 1858— Continued. 
BT EXPESDITOBES. 
Bronghttonrfttd 7,116,339 04 



141 hfnent of sirndiy BunoltiM gnnted tj ipecUl acta 

MCoDgresi ... .... - , 612 fiO 

111 W(gM of workmen &t the Ulnt <a Philadelphia 74,800 00 

III Inddentol and contingent expcDies, including wutage, 

*e., of the Mint Kt Philadelphia 75,000 00 

HI Spadmww of orea »nd coins to b« reserved at the Mint 

in niUadelpbla : 600 00 

111 Tiaoqiortatloo of bullion from the New York ans^ 

office to the United Btetes Mint for ccdiuge 10,000 00 

III Tigea of woiluncD at the tiraoch mint at Chariotte, 

North Oarolina „ 3,800 00 

111 Wastage of gold and ooDtingentexpeiue* at the branch 
mint at Charlotte, N. C , Inclodiug the pftj of two 
watchmen ............ 1,900 00 

HI Vigea of woAmon at the branch mint at Dahlonega, 

Q«DrgIa 3,800 00 

lU TMtageof goldandc<HitlngBitezp«iHesattbe branch 

mint at DahlOD^a, Oeorgla 1,960 00 

HI Wieoaof woifcmenatthebnnohnintatNewOrleani. 30,000 00 

111 Tallage of gold and dlTer and contingent eipenaoa 

at tiM braadi mint at New Orieans 41,293 30 

111 Beboildlng portionior the walh, and complete repairs, 

kc., of the branch mint at New Orleans 83,423 49 

lit Wagea of wotkuoD In the branch mlot at San Fran- 

dsco 171,876 31 

lit Incidental and contingent eipenaoi at ttie branch 

mint at San Frandtco 98,003 24 

Ul Inddental and coatiagent espentes in the aaa; office 

atHewTork 19,469 87 

HI ErtaWdtlng a trl-monthl; mall hy steam venels be- 
tween New Orleans and Vera Cmi 69,790 00 

lit To oontinne the mall service between Charleston, Key 

West, and Havana j 10.000 00 

14t For mall nrvtcea for the eereral departments of the ' 

government. , 200,000 00 

113 For payment and compensation for mall aerrice per- 
formed for the two Honaes of Congrera utd other 
departmenta and offices of the government.. .. 900,000 00 

U3 Ti mpplf any deSdendea that may arriae In the Pott 

Office Dejtutment S,9S9, ITS 00 

HI For the porpoae of making alterations required In the 
bnilding anthoriied to be purchased of the Bank of 
Penn^lTaaia, to adapt It to the naea of a post office, 
in the aty of Philadelphia, and to famish the neces- 
Muycaaesaod boxes for the nme........ 23,431 SI 

113 For a port office in the dty of Baltimore 16,700 21 

143 To enisle the Prestdeut to procure and pa; for a site 
for a building for tQe accommodation ml the United 
Statea courts in the dty of Baltimore, and to erect 
thereon a ftre-proofballding for such purpose, &c.. 110 00 

113 For the accommodation of the United Btates courts 
and the several offices connected therewith, and the 
poet office at Butland, Vermont 27,326 TS 

Carried forward t5,l31,391 28 7,11.6,339 04 



EECEIFTS AND EXPEHDITVBEB. 



Generd account of the receipta and expendUure^ of (A« Untied 

TO RECEIPTS. 

Bronght fOTwanl.. 

F. H. Hatch, collector, New OrlMuii, La. 

A. W. Aiutin, collector, Botton, Mu>... ITS Si 

8. T. Sawyer, lato collector, Norfolk. Va. 3*0 00 

Jaoob Fry, Into collector, Cbfcago, DI 24 3S 

AdellDeC. Kixon 280 00 

8. H. laveMy .-. ,, SO 00 

A. V. E. Hotohkin, late collector, Niagara, 
New York Ill 55 

J. B. Clementu, marshal, middlu district 

of TeoDeBKe IS 00 

H. C. HattbewB, collector, aeoigetowD, 

Diatrict of Columbia 31 S5 

W. U. Addison, nttomey, district of Hd. 24i 80 

C. W. Crorier, clerk dUtrictcoort, Tenn.. 1 00 

5. E. Eprague, clerk diatrict court. Ham.. 1, 543 60 
H. W. Fuller, clerk dUtrict court, Maw.. 73S 00 

F. J. Uoreno, manbal, (ootbem diitrict 
of Florida 21 00 

6. B. Garvin, CultedStAtciattoinej, north- 
emdlitrict, S. Y 290 00 

John UcKeoD, Ualted Btotei attaioey, 

Mmtbam diatrict, N. Y 250 00 

J. R. Sharpitein, late Ualted Statea at- 
torney, Wtocongin 115 00 

H. H. Cadj, timber agent S32 60 

J. L. EllU, captain of bark Henrietta 10 TO 

G. F. Johnston, clerk oi conrt, California. 90 00 
Henry ntman, clerk of court, R. bland.. 150 00 

James W. Hasale, agent SO 00 

L. W. Bifford S24 25 

B. J. Jackoway, marshal, ArkaniM 4B 39 



S. B. W. McLean, surveyor. CIndnnati, 0. 452 S3 

J. Hamilton, jr., aurrejor. Phlladelphift.. 233 28 

W. E. Btaike, lurveyor, NewOrleaiu 1,333 73 

W, H. Harrimn, collector, ^cbmond, Va. 118 08 
Bamnel 0. Ballard, late aurveyor, Hero- 

phia, Tennessee 1,059 07 

Charles Q. Green, naval officer, Boston... 440 9S 

E. Carter, jr., collector, Portland, Maine. 264 22 

W. B. Dameron, naral officer, S. Fiftndsco T 32 

K B. Hart, sarveyor 3 00 

A.Bobeit«,DavalotBc«r,Savannab,Ga... 36 24 

C.UcKibbon,latenava]offi'r,PhilBdelph{a 264 B5 

N. B. Eldred, late natal offi'r, Phlladelpela 14fi 73 



Carried fotWMd $781 M 46,608,194 76 4«,B«!,858 00 



BECEIPTS ASSD EXPENDXTUBES. 27 

Slata/or thejiaced year ending Jiute 30, 1858 — ContiDaed. 

BT EXPENDITDBES. 

BrODBht fbnraid S,U1,391 2S 7,118,339 H 

141 Pnrcbweof •dteforapoatofSoeatBntUnd, Vennont 91T 00 

Hi T«D per cent, loi cootlngeot sxpensas for the occom- 

nodation of the Unltad StatM conrta, &c., tit But- 

Und, Termont. 2,875 99 

M Accommodatioii of the United 8lat«a courti and ofiicw, 

and the pnt office, at Windsor, Teimont 29, 6€3 6i 

lU Ten per cent, on accommodation of the noited States 

conrti, Ac, at Windsor, Vermont 3,390 TO 

IH PoTchan of a dte fbr a post office, Jw., at Windsor, 

VennOQt *,S0O 00 

114 For building a court-honse and poet office at Baleigb, 

Horth CaroUna. 68 SS 

144 For bnilding a court-bonse and pott office at Colnm- 

Ua, Bontb Carolina «& 00 

144 For bnilding a oonrt-boiue and poit office at Uadiaon, 

WiKontin 25 00 

144 Foe building a court-home and post office atMemphls, 

Tennetaee ....... G3 90 

144 For a bnildlng to accommodate the United Stetea 

courti and poat office at Tallahassee, Florida - 66 10 

144 For the oontiooatlon and completion of tbe United 

States cotut-honse and poat office at Indianapolis.. 19, 134 11 

145 Teo per cent, fbr cootingendes in the completion of 

tbe United States ooort-hoose at IndianapoUi 3,601 36 

14S Purcfaiae of a dte for the United States coort-bonse 

and post offioe at Springfield, UUnois 6,000 00 

14S Ten per cent, for contingent expenses for the aocom- 

Dodatlon of the Uiiit«d States courts, &c , Gpring- 

field, UllnoU 320 83 

145 For the erection of a penltentiarjr in the I'erritorj of 

Oregon 6,168 76 

146 Far the erection of public buildings in Kansas Terrl- 

tor7, for the use of the l^islatnre 6,924 6T 

145 Porchase of a library for the Territorj of Nebroella 

l«t Continnation of tbe Treaiurr building 541,050 46 

14e SaiTSjof the coast of tbe United St&tes 260,900 00 

14S For pablisbiDg observations made in tbe progress of 

the snrrer of the coast of the United States 8, ODD 00 

14* Borre]' of tbe Western coast of the United SUtes 98,500 00 

I4C Continning the snrrej of islands off the coast of Cali- 
fornia 30,000 00 

Hit Contluuiog sum-f of the Florida reel* and keyu, ei- 
cludinfc paj and emolnments of officers of the armj 
aud naTj, and petty officen and men of the navj 
em[doynl on the work ... 40,000 00 

MS Continuiiig the larrey of the keys off the coast of 

Florida .W,000 00 

lis Baanlng a line, to connect the triangulaUon un the 
Atlantic coast with that on the Qolf of Ifezioo, 
SGRMB the Florida peninsola 15,000 00 

I4< For fuel uid qnartem of oBicsra serving on the Coast 

Bnrrey 8,000 00 

14S Repairs and alterations of steamers "Uetiel" and 
"Viieo," and of sailing vessels employed in tbe 
Coast Survey 15,000 00 

141 Paymentlbr horsesand other property lost or destroyed 

in tbe military serrice of the United BUtes ' 3,139 20 

Carried fonrard S6,644,84T 20 I,116,33fti(f^' 



30 BECEIPT8 AND EXFENDITITBE& 

Gmertd ctcoomU (fthe receipU and ea^teirtdiiurea of the United 
TO RECEIFT8. 

Brought forward 45,710,421 10 4S,80Z,S&S 00 

JtBoij/i rteated from pncaidi iff Umii on acmmit ^ Dixawi, 
louat, Wtai, Pmriat, l(t. , bidkn triba. 

Bamnel Qaxj, Treasurer of the United Statei 6, lOS S3 

Montj/i rteeived/rom priiidpai of 125 Timuuti bondt hdi m (nul 
for ben^ qf oo'finn Indian tr&a. 

Samuel Cokj, Treaiurer of the United Btfttes ItS.OOO 00 

Montj/i rteantd from aitrttl on tlada Kild in tnul far bm^ (ff 
Mriutn InAan fnia, 

Samuel Cuer, Treaturerof the United SUtes U3,110 06 

Mam/i naittd on aceaait t/ kHm t/ Ckoeiaw or^im littdt in 



Samnsl Caaey, TreasDlcr of the Unltod Statei.. 2, <T2 44 
JacobThompaon.SecietanofthelDterloi.... 1,111 06 

3,793 49 

JTmqw netmd frvn mJ* ^ nalilary nmr v t M i m i m FuaiMn 
smt/iwa. 

H. H. mat 10,000 00 

JTotvyi netitti frtm principal iif HarfilaiJ Sale five per eaU. 
aedc luld « tnutfor Uu btn^ qf tin Chtnkm tndimt. 

Samuel Caaef, Tieuurei of the UidtedBtatei 41,139 00 

JfsMyi rtemd, btmg prmapal, for n a uHt mnt tf fmii AtUin 
tnOLfor Uu bat^ ^ lA« Chmkm b^mt. 

Samuel Casey, Treasurer of the United States 109 QO 

Jlbmyt rMenwJ/or mCnri on *a3a luU in trutlfor Ou hm^ qf « 



Samnel Casey, TreaauTer of Uidted SUtea. G, 9E7 70 

State of Ulcblgan 4S0 00 

Bute of Arkanwi IS,700 T9 

State of Illinois 6,040 00 

... - 30, laS 40 

JTon^ rawrafyVwnnRfq^jniUic itorw of ^Jldafietlobt, BrMt/yit. 

Augustus Scbell, collector. New York 1,901 97 

Jfoiuyi moved /ran mle <j/' a land ramml tttaind frem At 
UtaUd Sttta tkraugh tsnorana. 

140 00 

Carried forward tl6,07T,204 94 40 801,836 00 



BECEIPT8 AKD EXPEKDmntES. 81 

^tUaJor (he fiscal year ending June 30, 1868 — Continued. 

BY EXPEHTDITUEEB. 

Brought fonMMl 11,211,008 C6 7,111,930 04 

rift. 

IC3 Bcp^n Aud incidental espeiues, refitting and lmprOT«- 

Dientt of light-hooMC. kc ...... ITS, 62T 73 

IM SklMieiof Itght-hotue ke«pen, anUtuitt, &c 187,846 99 

lU Salactetof keep«n of ligbt-boata, Ac 27,383 73 

167 Seamena' wages, repalri and luppiiea of light boats.. 2Q0, 132 25 
tIT CoBunkiion of !{ per cent, to such anperinteadeata aa 

•M enUUed to the same. Ac 6,445 47 

119 Eipeuea of irrighing and mooring, cleaniog and te- 

pairing, and aappl7lng loaaeBof baaooni, buojii&c. 103,198 12 
110 Eip«iiMa of iiiperintendenta in viailing tight-houaaa, 

annnallj, and reporting, Ac... .......... 1,433 32 

ITO Foal and quarten for t^cers of the armj aerring on 

Itght-iioiue dutr, JK 6,087 34 

ITO Babailding Brown'i Head Ilgbt-houte and fitting it 

with proper UlnmlnatiDg apparatoa, Haloe ... 428 37 

170 BelmlliUng a suitable towei and keeper's dfrelling, 

and for providing and pladng the neceMarf illnmi- 

natlng apparatuB at Martinlciu, Ualoe 30, GOO OQ 

170 BebnflcUDg light-hotue, tower, and Iceeper'a dwelling, 

and for foppijing and fitting firat order of Illumi- 
nating apparatni at Segaini^and, U^ne-. 25,000 00 

174 Bebnildlng the llght-houae and fitting it with proper 
illnninating appaiatui at West Quoddy Head, 
Ualne 7,600 00 

ITl Bebnilding ifght-honu and fitting it with illnmlnat- 

IngapparatnaatHarahali'a Point, Maine 4, 9S1 83 

171 k light-houpe at Deer ialand and IliorDi^h&re, Ibdne 4, 200 00 

ITl For a Ught-honae at BaaB Head harbor, Maine 3,783 K 

171 Tot the eroction of a atone beacon on nddler"* Ladge, 

H^e 3,000 00 

171 For placing buoja at rarloui pc^taou thewalMlof 
Maine, for which none haTe heretofore been anthor- 
iaed 2,500 00 

171 For a llght-bouie and keeper'* dweillng on Bound 

Ialand, In HachUa bay, Maine 869 03 

111 For reboikllog I{ght-hou«e at Fort Point and fitting it 

with illunlnatlngapparatna, Maine... 2,737 52 

171 Altering, refitting, and improTing the Ugfat-houw at 

Uwuit Desert rode, H^ne 5,000 00 

171 CooHnuIng tba ^atem of protecting hnman lile from 
■Upwrec^, aa heretofore catabllahed, by life boats 
and other meana, on the coaat of MaasachnsctU, to 
be expended by the Boattxi Hnmane Sodotj, Ac. , 
Maanchnaetu 10,000 00 

171 For the erection of a light-honae on or near Biiliiiga- 

gateialand. &c., MassatAuaettE. 10,000 00 

171 For the erection ot beacons on Old Cock and Connor- 
ant rock, Bntwrd's bay, Ac., HaMachoaatta 3,000 00 

171 For a llght-hotiae on Kabopa ft Clerk's shoal Id place 
of the light-Teasel now placed near that danger, 
and for stattoning the llght-nwel (on completion of 
the llght-hoiHe) off the louth end of the Handker- 
chief cboal, In the Vineyard sonnd, Haaaachn- 
aatte 20,000 00 

171 Batmilding the itona beacon at lAne'i Foint, Annls- 

quam harbor, Maasachuaetti 700 00 

Carried forward $12,049,640 <1 7,116,339 04 



82 RECEIPTS AND EXPEJTDITUREB. 

General account of the receipts tatd expenditares of the United 

TOBECEIPTS. 

Brought forward 16,077,204 U 46,802,865 00 

Jfoju^ rtetivtd /run Oandtn and Ambin/ Raiiivid Cbaptmy, 

bang ecati dargrd/or trayuportation, 
W. HolsteBd, United Etatea attorney, Xew Jersey 1, 720 22 

Mantyt Ttr^ietd /nm mUiiflioidi ^Kqurtdby VniltiStabt for 

dOt. 
J.Fletcher,UnItcdSlAtMinu«hal,MlBi... 8G0 28 

J. Norvell, United StategattAisey, Mich.. 4.090 66 

■ 4,940 84 

Monegt raastd fnm nbrot on MU ifiM by mdiaducti lo Oa 

UnikdSlata. 
3. B. ClcmeDto, United Stat«i marchal, 

Tenn. — For ioterett on judgment m. 0. 

H. ft J. Hughe* as 76 

John H. Allen. lAt« nunbal, Texai. — Far 

interest on judgment ttt. hU Buretle* 97 10 

John T. Uyrick, late manhal, Flo.— Far 

intereat on judgment (u. i^d Myrick ... 474 

A. Hunter, late marahal Diet. CoI.~Foi 

intereat on jndgmeut from W. D. Nntt, 

executor .... 23 49 

Jacob RlcbardaoQ, late cotlectoc, Oewego, 

K. T.— Foriutereatonjodgmentn. him 1,300 00 

1,349 OB 

Petat/md. 

Cliarl«B Maaoo, Commtnioner of Patenti. — For moneys re- 
c^vedloT fees oa letters patent, Ac 186,086 93 

Meaey ncavdfivnt tale qf hapilal land*, (Mmi, Matt. 
B.*S.AleMnder 67,744 60 

Momy* TtBBnti from tdU ^ ^au, dd marine k^tfoj, CMtM, 
MutiuhuMlU. 

A. W. AusUn, oolIectOT of cnstoma, Boston 105 00 

Mamyt Tttavtdfrtim taUqfdd jran/nm cudom-haut at Bm/ch. 

A. W. Auatln, collector 132 « 

Homy Ttadtid from taU rf M tBjftr, tie. 

T. Banford, collector of customs, HoUle .. ...... 266 48 

Mantft rtmti aritag/rom the tMtfiaid ef O^miia. 

D. H. Ruckei, major United SUtcs arm j — 49 00 

Md^ofj coatriiutiaa nt Mtxiai. 
D. B. Jonrs, breret captain, U. 9. army.- 42 00 

D. D. Tompkins, colonel, U. 8. anny 628 79 

D. H. Sucker, major, U. S. army 212 61 

A. Bigelow, oommander, U. B. navy 224 64 

John U. Cuyler, surgeon, U. S. army...- 262 37 

E. O. Elliott, cepUln, U. 8. armj 9,093 14 

10,463 63 

Carriedforwud $46,339,063 19 46,801,866 DO 



EECEIPTS AKD EXPESDITDHES. 33 

Staieafor the Jitcal year ending June 30, 1853 — ContiDued. 
BT EXPENDrrUBES. 

Bronglit forward 11,049.640 tV T,1U,3M 04 

ITI Towards tb« •recUon of a Ugbt-honae of gixiite, Itod, 

or > combiiMtliHk of both, on the oat«r Mlnot ledge, 

entrance of Botlon bvbor, Husachueettt 87,000 00 

171 For rcbnililiag Uie light-bonne towar, pnaarvkUon of 

dte, md for new Ulnmtnattng af^aratua for Nftfat 

Pt^tligbt-hoDM.Bbodflldand TOl S2 

171 For compl ting the aea wall for tho preserration of 

the ligbt-hoow dte on Watch Hill, Rhode Island. 4, 000 00 

ITl For lecoDitmctlng ligbtrboiue tower. &c,, for illn- 

mlDatlng apparatoa, at Dutch Ulaod, fihodo Island. 1, 969 SB 

ITl For rebuilding a llght-hoose tower OD a pr<^r Ate, 

Id place of the prewnt, on Block Island, and for 

fitting the same with proper appantiu, BLode 

Itlaod 7,000 00 

111 Fbr a beacon on nnd fplt off Connonlcut 1*0101, wett 

ride iif the entrance to Providence river, Bbode 

Uland 1,000 00 

ITl Fbr the protection and preaerratton of tbe light-house 

rile and tor new dwelling for keeper at Ljnde Point, 

month of Conncctlcnt rivar, Connecticut ... B. 000 Ot 

ITJ For a li|ibt-venel to mark the long sand shoal off 

Cornfield Point, Long Island sound. Connecticut... 16,817 04 

ITS For the protection snd preserration of tbe light-honse 

at Sands' Point. Long Island sound, New York 3,41S 40 

113 For aeciiriag the foundation, and preserTstion of the 

llght-housB site, at Execution roclu, Long Island 

sound, Mew York 1, 13B IS 

III Foe an iron spindte on tbe Hen and Chickens rock. 

Long Island sound. New York TOO 00 * 

ITl For a light-house at or near T^rr;town Point, on the 

Hudwn rirer, New York. 737 83 

ITl For rebuilding the beacon light at Tan Wiee' dam, 

Hodaon river. New York 1,100 00 

ill For erecting a flnt clasi seaooait light-boow tower, 

and fitting it with the meet approved illaminating 

ipparatuB, near Great West baj, ftc.. New York.. 11,041 9> 

ni Bebuilding and fitting with flnt order apparatus tbe 

Iight-h<iiiee at Fire island, to mark the approach to 

the harbor of Hew York, New York.... 40,000 00 

113 For erectiog a first den light-house, and fitting It 

wllh first order apparatos, at Bamegat, in place of 

the present inefficient one. New Jersey ... 23,000 00 

I'l For rebuilding the fonndation d the light-house and 

keeper's dwelling at Bergen Point, New Jersey 11,849 B7 

I'l For rehuilding foundation of ligbt-bouse and keeper's 

dwelling st Panalc ligkl-house, in Newark bay, 

Sew Jersey 9,911 78 

ITl Fn compcniiaUon of B4 keepers of stations, at SZOD 

tyAi pur annum, coast of New Jeney 0,779 68 

IK Cam,'caMti<in of two superintendent) for the life sla- 

tiOL* on the coasU of Long Island and New Jersey. 1, 099 97 

111 For the contingendesof stations on the coasts of New 

York and Now Jeraay 1,168 35 

I't Bebsilding and fitting with first order apparatus tbe 

light-bouse at Cape Hay, entrance to the Delaware 

bay, Sow Jersey 10,452 98 

Carried forward 112,301,01121 7,ne>SM M . 



3b 



34 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBES. 

Qenertd cuxouid t^ the receipts and ea^iendUurea <^ the United 

TO BBCBIPT8. 

Btongbt fonrard 4S,339,DBZ 19 46,801,865 oe 

Mtntft Ttcmeal farpivfilt <m gdd md ttair eouiiagt, 

3. R. Solder, Mrirtant tittunrer, San 

FrmodKO «9,038 11 

D. Stnrgmm, treMorei Doited Statct Mint, 

PUlidelphlm (6,4*5 61 

316, 48S 71 

MontgtrtcmtdfnmAdaiSetuforor^iurytxfMta^Ae'fmmA 
mml at Nm OtUaiu. 

A. J. Onlrot. it.,colneT SIS 70 

SSnr parUi from gold i^aatt, brwieh wtai, Nao Oliatn*. 

A. J. Otrirot, Jr., coiner 98 •• 

JKnny* noraed from roif </ Exdungt Bmldmgt, Bdlmen. 

J. T. Huon, collsctor, Baltimore 100 00 

Mantis* nwi*Rl /rvM maitpimmi tatbmtm. 

Stunnel Cuej, TieasiueT United States SOS TS 

m mJtr ad Jarmarii t%, 1847. 



JoMph Smith 60 00 

H. B. Stteener 100 00 

HoffmuATeo Brook S50 00 

1,000 DO 

JUbnqn TteuMd fir Irtatani nala, ptr atl ^ Dtunbirti, ISST. 

Bamoel Cue;, TreMtuer of the United Btatei E3, 716,300 00 



- 70,37t,S6fi 98 



Cknledferwud ..»fll?,m,ftSO SC 



..^•117, m,( 



RECEIPTB AKD EXFENDITUBES, 35 

8tata.Jiyr the^fiaccU year ending June 30, 1368 — CoDtinned. 

BT EXPENDrnniES. 

Brcmght fonnrd 1),301,<I11 SI T,1I<,S39 M 

174 For buklng in Reedy Uuid ud preMirfng tke dte 

of the light-hoB*e. Delaware 3,841 >0 

m For testotliig, brmciog, and repoirtDg lajnrlei to the 

iiDli (crew pile light-home oD Bnttdywine ihokl, 

by tawklug np of the loe in the Delaware river and 

W T,35S 03 

ITS For mAking addlttona to the light-honee worka at 

BrandywiDe ahoala, and ka theli prolecUon and 

preMmttuD 8,111 44 

ITS For tlM er«cUoo of a lighthmM on Fenwick'i Iilana, 

DelawuQ la,2T» 3fl 

Its For TeboiidinK the beacon light at Erie, Petmsylnt- 

Bla 6,181 77 

175 For baoya, (takes, and da; maika, to maik the ban 

and channels of Eutem bay, (Cbewpeake bay,) at 

the MMth end of Keutiilaad, Ac, Uaryland fi.OOO 00 

US For a anMll beacon light at or naur tbe landing at 

Foft WashlngtoD, on thu Potomac Htct, Horylaad 130 S8 

ITS Fiir nbailding Cupe Charlei light-haoge, and fit- 
ting it witli proper Ulumlnatlng appaiatui, Vir- 
gloia 23,78S BT 

lit Bot r«biiltding, on a proper tite, the light-honse de- 
(troyed by loe during the last winter at Pango- 
tEWue, TiiginU 4B3 IB 

ITI Beboildinft and fitting with first order apparatoa 
tbe llgbt-honie at Cape Lookont, North Caro- 
Iloa !6,8I0 36 

lit Building and fitting with lullable lens apparatoa 

tile Ilght-houae at Body'a Uiand. North Carolina . . 10, 406 69 

ITf For a firat order leni apparatui, placing the aame, and 
leboiiding dwelling for keeper and anistant, at 
Cliatl«>ton llght-honae, South Carolina 16,000 00 

ITS Fbr a keeper'! hosM on Horrii islaod, CharleetoD 
harbor, in the place of the one deslroyed by the 
•lorm of September, 1S&4, Soath Carolina 1, 500 00 

171 For a light- houn in or near the town of Mount Piear 

Mnt, CbarleitOQ harbor, South Carolina 3,734 61 

ITt For a Ilght-honie on Fort Point, near Georgetown, 

SoDth Carolina 4,912 78 

ITS For a beacon light on ot ueat tbe Niith point of Sa- 

pello Uand, Ac , Georgia 1,600 00 

ITf For a beacon light to range with the Amelia laland 

Ught-hooise and the onter bar, Oeorgia 336 02 

171 Two beacon lights and keeper's dwelling on or near 

the north front of Amelia liland. Oeorgia 4,670 04 

ITT For a bcU buoy to mark the entnnoe to Savannah 

river, Georgia 4,838 22 

ITI For a bvll boc^ to mark the approach to the bar at 

Doboy, Georgia 612 &4 

ITT For a onall light to be erected on the bay io tile city 
of Bavaonah to guide veeaeU from Fig Island light- 
hove, aeo^la 1,841 32 

ITT nnt cUm light houBO near "Coffln'i Patches," off 
Dry Bank, halfway between Carysfort reiif and 
Eand Key light-bouM, Florida 19,053 81 



CMriedforwud «12,41S,8TT 86 T,n<,339 M. 



BECBIPT8 AND EXPENSirUBES. 
Gmeral accomit of iht recetpfa and expen^hires of the United 



TO BHCEIPm 
Bnmglit foiward. . . 



. IIT, 176,620 »6 



Ourlsdfennid 911T,1T9,&M H 



SBCEiFTS Aim EXPEimrrCBES. 37 

Staieafor the fiscal year ending Jvne 30, 1858 — Gontinaed. 



BY BXPBNDITDBE8. 

Brought fbrwknl i:,4TI,8TT 8fi T.IK.SSS 04 

IIT Bebidldlo; on m. proper rite, elevatiiig and reBtting 

irith th« most ftpprored Ulnmloktliig appu>tu> 

the light-hoow at raoBcoU, Florida 4&,S88 82 

m BdraUding the llght-honM dtmtrojtd by the gale of 

September, ISftB, at Chpe St. Blaa, Florida Il.fiSl St 

ITT For coDtlnnhig the effoTta to erect a beacon on Be- 

becx:a ahoal, Florida 0,000 00 

ITT For a daj beacon on Sea Horae teef. Cedar ker*, 

Florida 3,000 00 

IIS For bDoyi and itakei tor Cedar Ee; duumel and 

Hanitee river, ftc, Florida 1,200 00 

I7B For A day beaooa at Turtle harbor, Florida reef, 

rtorida 1,600 00 

118 for leboildlog the Ugftt-houM on • pro|ieT dte at Dry 

Tortogaa. Florida 1,T88 88 

ITS For rabuitdlag the Ilght-tower and kwper'i dwelling 

at Egaont key, Florida 10,000 00 

IT! For a ifght-honn to mark (he entoance to St. An- 

dreir'a bay, Florida Tl7 88 

ITS For biuyt and atakea for the bar and channel lead- 
ing to and in St. Andrew'i bay, Florida 4,000 00 

IIB For bnoja and day marks in Peniacola bay and tribn- 

tMiea, Florida 3,600 00 

ITS Tei baojt and day marks in the St. Jtrfm'i rirer, 

Florida 1,388 09 

118 For the erection of a aeacoaat light, and flttlng It 

with proper illiuntnating apparatna, on Band island, 

off the entrance to Mobile bay, Alabama. 36,000 00 

ITS For repairing light-honn and kaeper'e dwelling, en- 

laigmg and fendng in the gronnda attached to the 

■me, at Choctaw Vaiat, near HoUle, Alabama 1, 000 00 

ITS F«r rebinldiDg the light-honee lower at Um weet end 

of Cat ielaod, and fitting It irith proper iUnndnat- 

log appaiaUu, Uimi«ippt. TIT 88 

171 For leboilding the light-hotueaiid keeper's dwelllDg 

at Pm HoadMO, Loniilaiw. 1,381 00 

IT} For a light-honte at or near the month erf the Amite 

ri«er, on Lake Matiripu, LonWaaa OlS 36 

III For the ereetiou of a light-hooge on the Mathweet 

Kef, near the eotnuce to Atohafalaya bay, « enb- 

Mitote for the pr«aent Atchafalaya light-ihip, Ac, 

UnUana 849 8T 

ITt Ibr the ereoticm of a first ctaai Ught-honae, a (nbati- 

tate for the ilght-TCMel at Ship shoal, on Bao- 

coon Point, Lonislana 89,741 97 

IT* For the erection of a boarding staHoB at Fma h 

rOntre, LonUana 6,011 96 

ITI Pot the erection o( a light-house at or Mar Uie head 

of the SwBih, abreast of AUigator's Head, Mata- 

' gordabay, l^xas 10,000 00 

in For a beacon-light at the montt (rf the Iwyoii at 

Sallna, Tteaa 600 00 

m For the erection of a light at the monUi of the Bio 

Qrande rirer, Texas 737 8S 

ITf Itot a bMOMi-Ught at Corpni Christi, Texas 6,000 00 

Carried forward $11,704,984 30 1i;^!Q^^|l(4 



BECEIPT8 AHD EIPENDIITEBS. 
Oeneral accomtt of Iht receipU and eccpeiu&Vuret 4^ the United 

TO BBCEIFTS. 
Brought foiwud 11T,1T6,6S« M 



Curiedtonrud Un,I7O,U0 »6 



EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDBES. 39 

SliUttfor thtfiaccd year ending June 30, 1858 — Goatinaed. 

BT EXPBNDrrOBBS. 
BroDght Ibrward 13,704,984 30 T,ll<,339 04 

180 For baoya and (takea for the lower part of Armniu 

baraodfor the liltud chiooel, Ac , In Texiu 3,000 00 

JSO 7OTKl]|;ht-hoiiiMtobeereot«doDTroTervearCt]>rK7 

lilud, ia BagiiiKw t»y, Uichigwi G19 SS 

IflO For a light-house at Fort Atutln, *X Saginaw ba;, 

Wdiigan .. 7J7 94 

IJV For a llght-honse on Folat Fenlnaola, between Big 

■ad UtUe Bafi Dn Noqnet, In Lake Hlcblgao, 

Hlch^aa TI7 94 

ISA For a bcacoD-light at Hand Potot, on the we«t aide of 

UtUeOiyDu Noqoet, HIchigan 101 SO 

188 For a lake ooaat Ught-hooM at Grand Point an Sable, 

I^e Hicblgaa, Ulchigan 8S1 1< 

lao Per additional bai>y« la Detroit rlxer, and to mark 

obMnietloog to navigaUon In the Bt. Lawrence rirer, 

Niagara river, and In Lakea Ontario and Erie, 

Michigan 841 M 

IM For a light-honse at or Dear Engle river, Hlcblgan 

IBB Fora light-honie at Portage river, Hlcbigan....... ............ 

Ifl For a Ught-houM at La Point, Michigan 

181 For porchaiing metallic mrf-lMata to retcoe live* and 

propertj, and to be located at each of the following 

pdnta, via; oneontheeaatddeoflAke Ulchigan, Ac. S.OOO 00 

ISI For rebnilding the Ixkcoo-light at Huron, Ohio 4,418 06 

111 FoTicbnildiDg the light-boiiK at Black river, Ohio.- 7,281 46 

1^1 For (he completion of the rebuilding and repalri of 

(be wot pter aiid i^r-head upon which the light- 

booae at Black river it erected, connecting the lame 

with the ihore, Ohio S,0I6 00 

181 PoraobaoDelTange-llgbt at Manmee ba;, Ohio 9S1 83 

181 ntriepalring ligbt-hooiK, banking in, and protecting 

theriteotiheligbt-hOBM at Huron, OUo 10,000 00 

191 OonpleUng the light-hoiue at or near the north pier- 

bead, at Chicago, IlUnoii, and for protecting the 

Mme, in addiilon to the balancee of previooe appro- 

priatione made prior to Aognet 31, 1852 33,33S 41 

iSI For rebnilding the Ugbt-hoste at Port De Hort, Wla- • 

eoDrin 4,764 08 

181 For a lake coast llght-booie on the w«et abore of 

I^a Michigan, at or near the Portage, and oppoalte 

to tha brad of Big Btorgeon baj, Wiaoonaln 737 S3 

tit For proridlog a luitable veMel and for maintaining 

the lame for one year Id viiiting the light* and 

other alda for inspection and deUverj of luppliei, 

Ac, on the EUfic coact, CalUbmia 24,198 40 

181 For the erection of a seacoest light-hoOMi on tbe 

main land between Bnena Ventnra and Point Dnma, 

Ac, to indicate the ajqtroach to the Santa Barbara 

diannel.&c., California 7,78» 34 

i!l For a first claM light-honM at Cape Ifendoeino, Call- 

fcmla 16,887 IS 

181 &ecUon of a light-hooee at Banta Cnti changed to 

Hgbt-hooae on Anacapa liland t, 173 (9 

1st LIght-honw on or near Point lioboa, to mark Ae 

entrance to San Frandaoo bay, California 1,S4< H 

Carried fonrard $11,834,191 Of 7,116,339 H 



40 EECEIPTS AST) EXPE." DITUBEa 

Generai account of the receipts and expenditures t/ ^e United 

TO EECEIPTB. 
Brought forwKd llT.lTfi.BSO 96 



CMTled ron>u<l /911T,1T6,6» »S 



BECEIFTS AND EZPENDITnBEB. 41 

Stala/or thefiaoal year ending June 30, 1868 — Continued. 

BT EXPENDITUKES. 
Bningbt forward 12,B34,»fiI 09 T,116,S3S 04 

181 Sepain ajid inddental eipemei of fifteen llKhtt, and 
boildingi connected thtTewitb.on the ooaita of Cali- 
fomla, Oregon, and Wuhlnglon 10,000 00 

ISJ KxpcDMS of rklelng, cleaning, repairing, aod re- 
moring. he, floating beaooni, bDoyB, Ac., on tha 
coaala of CUifoniia, Oregon, and Waibington U, 12! OS 

Its CommiidoD of i^ per ci ut. to lach anperiutendeota m 
ue entitied to Uie ume under the provlM of the act 
of March 3, 1S»1, on the ooaila of Calitbroia, Ore- 
goD, Mid WHBhingtoQ IBS 00 

183 8alari«a of fifteen light-house keeper* and twenty 
Mnitanii, kc. , on the cowta of CsIlfoTnta, Oregon, 
and Watbington 20,120 90 

lU Ught-hoa«e on Cape Ehoal Water, at the entrance to 

the bay of that name. Waihtngton Territory 1B,STT B9 

183 For a llght-houie at Hed Bluff, on Whidby'i lalnnd, 

Waibington Territory B,718 63 

IS3 OU and other sapplle* ibr flfleen lights, cleaning 
material! of all Irinda, for the cotBta of Califontia, 
Orrgon. and Waahlngton I3,T1& 11 

mi For a Ugbt-hooH at Beaver bay, Lalie SaperioT, Ulo- 

M*o(a Territory 7S2 00 

M Vot a ligbt-booM at Onuid lUrlaa, L«ke Superior, 

UiDDMoU T37 83 

IHHwlDe b<MpIt4l ealablinhaent 3T9,44S 3S 

IK AootMl lepaln at naiiDe hospital! 10,029 28 

]» tUrine hospital at Portland, Maine 14,060 32 

IBI HMlae boepital at Burlington, Termont 18,lfiT 28 

I8f Ite pet cent, foi contingent eipense* of marine ho»- 

fltal at Burlingtoa. Vermont 1,022 97 

l»<T Kariue hoapilal at Chelsea, Mamchusetti 26,041 T2 

181 Haiine hoapital at Wilmington, North Carolina 4,227 18 

187 Ten per cent, for contin^^ent eipeniea, &c, of marine 

hospital at Wilmington, North Carolina 840 63 

III Purchase of a site for a marine hospital at WUming- 

lou. North Carolina 6,500 00 

IRI CoDstructlou of a marine hospital at FsnsacoU, 

Florida 16 10 

IB7 Ten per crnt. for cootiogpnt expenses in the erection 

of a marine hoi-pltal at Pensacola. Florida 10 00 

187 To provide tor a snitable ballding m a marine hos- 
pital at St. Mark's, Florida 20,760 3S 

187 CoiutnictioD of a marine hospital at Now Orleans, 

I^isiana 111,464 90 

IW Ten per cenL for contingent expenses. Ac., In the 

erection of a marine hospital at New Orleans, Ia.. 2,332 T8 

188 Construction of a marine boa{dtal at Viclubnrg, Mis- 

riatppl 1,762 68 

188 Erection of a marine hospital at FUucah, Kentucky. 2, 647 47 
188 Dnining marine hoiqiitai site, heating, and watering 

the hospital at Paducab, Kentacky 2,000 00 

m Coastmction of a marine hospital at Clndnnati, Ohio. 64, 361 10 

18* CcutruGlionofaniarinebasp)laIatDutrDlt,MichlgaD. lO.OGT 30 
181 Tea per cent, for contingent expenses In the eteitloa 

ofanvlDe hospital at Detroit, Michigan 1,897 M 

Carried forward 113,623,994 96 7,n6,3S9 H 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENSirURES. 
Qeneral account of the receipts and expenditurea vf the United 

TO BECKIPT8. 
Bionght formrd 117,110,020 96 



SECEIFTS ANB EXPENDITUBE8. 43 

SUtiafor thefitcal year ending June 30, 1858 — ContiDaed. 

BT EXPEKDITUBSS. 

BTODght forwud 13,fi36,99< 96 T,116,3S9 04 

Or 

189 CsMtrnetioQ of a marine hoipItBl at Chicago, nilnoii 292 00 

189 lOriDB haqdial at Qalena, Illtnoia 1S,08S S3 

189 Fsadng and grading the gnnmdi of the marine hos- 
pital at BL LoDla, MlMoeri SOD 00 

189 CoaatnicUon of amailne hospital at BuTlIugton.Iova 9, SIB 46 
181 Tea per cent foi oontingent expeaBee, kc,, lo the 

cracUon of a marine hoapltal at Bnrllagtoa, 

Ion >62 21 

110 Anooal tepaln and office Oztntes for caatoia-hoDKa 

at FofUmooth, Mew HampiMw, and o&er iJacea . T,T9S 48 

190 BebaildiDg coatmn-hoiiM at Portland, Ualoe, inclod- 

iBgaccoinmodatloiufoi poet cAoe .......... 21,633 65 

190 Pmchaie of a ttte and erw^kxi of a ccatom-honie In 

thedtyof Bangor, Uaine 553 TO 

190 Ci»tom-hoQM, Ac., atElliwortb, Maine fi.&ST 00 

190 Tm per cent, for the contingant expenaea, ftc., in the 

erection of a cortom-honge at EUawotth, Uaine 1,500 00 

111 Cortom-hoiMe at Beltaat, lUne 89S 00 

191 For grading and fencing ground* of the new cngtom- 

bome at Betfttt, lUne 4,832 00 

191 Ten per mat. tor contingent eipeniee, &c , in the 

oectioD of acaatom-hoDaeat Belhet, M^ns...... 69 TO 

191 FOr the accommodation of the dutom-hooae, poet 
office, and United Btatca eoorta, Porlamouth, New 
Hampahire 43,191 OS 

191 Ten per cent, fbr oontingent expenaea of cnatom-houae, 

tc, at FortemoDth, New Hampahire 5,366 3S 

191 Pandiaae of » tlte for a cnalom-honao at Portamoath, 

Hew Hampahire 19,500 00 

191 Fordtaae of a flte and eonatmctlon of a tmildlng at 
Waldoboto', Haine, for coatom-hoaes and poat 
office 1,310 M 

IM Pudiate of a dteaod erecttoDofacmtom-honse and 

poat office at Bath, Maine 5,T13 44 

191 Fendng and grading the site of the cottom-honae at 

Bath. Maine 6,900 00 

191 Chatom-boose, &o., at Qlonoeiter, Haancfaneetla 1,938 M 

191 Ten per cent, for contingent eipanaes, ic. , In the erec- 
tion of > cnatom-honae at Bamgtable, lliinrnrliii 
Bctta 990 116 

191 bection of a coatom-hoaae at Proridenee, Bfaode 

Iiland, which ihall be BO oonatmcted, Ac 25,963 41 

191 Cottom-honae at Briitol, Rhode laland 6,656 OS 

191 Tan per cent, for conUngent expeniea In the erection 

of a coatom-bunae at Briatol, Rhode laland .. 385 74 

III Cottom-honae at New Haven, Connecticut 44,687 6S 

lU Ttn per cent, for contingent expengee, ko., in Ihe 
erectloo of a caatom-home at New Haven, Conneo- 
ticBt 2,231 00 

111 Cnstom-honM at Bnfhlo, New York 61,489 33 

111 Tm per cent, for contingent expenaea in the erection 

of a cnatom-honae at BoSalo, New Tork 3,114 30 

IMCaitom-houae, fto., atOawego, NewTork 36,162 50 

191 Ten per cent. oonUngent expensea, &c. , In the ereo- 

tion of a cnattHn-honae at Cawego, New Tork 3, ST3 S2 

191 Omom-botMe at Plattabnrg, New York 43,396 14 



Carried forward S14,006,92T 60 T,11S,539 



539 M 



44 EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

General accomi of the recetpfn and expenditure$ of the Untied 

TO BECEIFTS. 
Branglit formid 117,176,510 96 



GuriBd fonnrd «I]T,176,SiO Se 



BECEIPTS AVD EXPENDITUHE& 40 

StOeafor (heJUoalyear ending June 30, 1858— Continned. 

BT EXPENDIItm&S. 
BronKht fomrd 1(,00&,91T GO T,1IS,3S9 04 

IH Tea per cent, for contiiigent expeiuca, Ac, (ntheereo- 

liioi of a cmtam-booM ftt PUtttburg, K«w 

York 2,812 4S 

IM For th« parchUB of « dte for a cuitom-hoiue at 

OKdenrburg, New York 8,000 00 

IM Ite per ^KOt. for oontingeat ezpemei of the cuilom- 

Uoiue, Ac., »t Ogdentburg, New Toik S64 00 

IH Cmtom-boute, Ac., »t Newark, New Jerw; I9,0t2 SS 

lli Ten per cent, for contingent expenie*, Ac., In the 

eracUon of b cnitom-hooie at Newark, New 

Jeraer 2,(29 00 

IM Tea per cent for contiogent ezpensea of a cnttom- 

hoow, Ac., at PsTth Ambor, New Jertey 1,(I8T 16 

IIS Fuicfaase of a rite tm the outoiD-boiue at Perth 

Amboy, New Jener- -- 2,000 00 

111 For the accommodaUon of the cnttom-honae and 

po«t office St Oeoigetown, D. 33,785 S4 

lU Ten per cent, fur tbe oooUi^nt ezpenKs of the ciu- 

tom-boose. Ac., at Oeorgetown, D. C 2,202 16 

IIS PntcbBsIng a site and constmction of a mltable build- 
ing at Wilmington, Delaware, for a ciutom-hooae, 

piwtuffice. &c 697 73 

IH PimdutM of a ill« and erection of a coitom-hoaH at 

Norfolk, Tiiginia 48,087 80 

lU Filling up and grading the grounds belonging to the 

ciutom-hoiwe at Norfolk, Virginia 26 00 

lis Pnnfaaaing a aite and conatruction of a bnilding at 

Blchmond, Vlrglnla,fbracuatom-bouM, poet ofllce, 

Ac 38,498 71 

IK Ciutoni-hoiiBe. Ac, at Wheeling, Virginia 31,209 40 

111 Ten perceDt.forootitlngenteipai»et.&c., in theereo- 

tioo of a cualom-hoDse at Wheeling, Virginia 3,876 00 

IK Cintom-hoQM, Ac., at Pelenbarg, Virginia 26,097 91 

IK Ten per cent for oontiogeot eipeiwea, Ac. , in tbe erec- 

tlxn of a iMutom-hODSe at Petenbnrg, Virginia 1,388 SO 

IH Cniti'in-bODBt), Ac, at Alexandria, Virginia 30,281 IS 

IH Ten per ceat fbr oontingent ezpenici, Ac,, In the 

erection of a catton-honie at Alexandria, Virginia. 3,&09 41 

IH Pnichaae of a lite for a cmtom-bouae at iJezandria, 

Vlrglnra 167 60 

m Cnbim-hotue at Ubarlcstrai, Honth Ouollna 479,694 14 

111 ParL'hua of a dte and erection of a custom- house at 

M»lHle, Alabama, to ctmtalu rooma for post office, 

kc 71,171 68 

il7 CmUMn-houBo at remacola, Florida SI, 633 73 

in Ten per cent, for oontingent expeaaea, Ac., in the 

erection of a cmtoni-hoQM at Peuacola, Florida.. 1, 163 78 

in Cotiitruclion of a cuitom-houie at New Orleans, 

LonbUna 366,086 SO 

HI CtBUim-boaae, Ac, at Qalveaton, Texas 16,360 08 

Its Ten per cent, for contingent expenses, Ac , in the 

■rectiiin of a cnatotQ-bonso at Oalvcston, Texas — 3, 9J6 43 

in Ten p r cent, for contingent ezpenBcs of the cuslom- 

hunse, po«t office, Ac., Nashville, Tennenee 96 00 

lis Purciiaaii of a site for a custom-houae at NaibTille, 

IVnDeMea J0,000 OO 



Carried forward «1S,262,041 0« 



7JilS. 939 04 



46 3BECEIPT8 ABD EXPEKD1TUHE8. 

General account of the receipts and expmditurea q/" t?te United 

TO BEICEIPTS. 
Brone^t forward 11T,1TS,610 M 



Curied forwHd ^tltT,lTO,HO Sfl 



BECEIFTS AND EXPEMDITUBES. 
Btoittfor the fiscal year ending June 30, 1858 — Continned. 



BT XXPENDirnRES. 

Bnnightfomrd 16,3GS,IH1 00 7,116,339 01 

115 PnidiHing the rit« and erection of k flre-pnioC linild- 

ing at St. lAoh. HUaonti, for cnrtom-hoaee, Inde- 

pnndeDt tr«Hiii7, &c tO,133 60 

IW Toi per oant. for ooDtlngeDt expeiiBag of the cuatom- 

luMue, po*toffioe,Ac,atKnoivillB, TenDcnee tO 00 

ttt FnrcIiBK of m dte and erection of a building in the 
dtj of LoobTille, Eentucliy, Cor a CDBtom-honw, 
pint office, &c 32,649 00 

116 Porcbaae of a dte and eiectioA of m bolldliig at Cln- 

dooati, Oblo, for a ciutam-boDM, IndependeDt 

treMQrj, Ac *,602 ill 

1H Cwtotn-bODM, Ac, at Ibledo. Ohio 23,116 02 

It) Tea per cent for conUageni expenMe. &o., in the con- 

itrocUon of a ctutom-hoDte at Toledo, Ohio ],02& 12 

II) CoDttnictiuD of a building at Bandiulif , Oblo, for the 

iKcommodalion of cuttom-houie, pent office, &c-.. 21,706 13 

IH Ten per oent for oontlngent expemes, Ac., in the 

erection of a cnatum-hauM at Ban oikj. Ohio 1,581 TS 

IMCoitom-hoTue, &c.,at Clereland, Ohio S8,G1T 11 

It) Tea per cent, for contingent expenaea, Ac., in the 

erection ofacuatom-honaeatCleTeland, Ohio 2,82B 30 

Itt CoBtom-houK, ftc., at Chicago, Iliinoii 98, 19S OB 

IN Ten per cent, for contingent expeniea, &c,, in the 

erection of a cnatom-honie at Chicago, llllnoii 6, 312 50 

NO For the accommodation of the cuHtom-honae and poet 

office at Galena. Iltinoii 22, 20T 9Z 

tot Ten per cent for contingent expeneea, Ac., in the 

orctloa of a cuitom-bOQte at Galena. Uiinoli 3,359 62 

IN Pgicbwe of a dte for a cultom-houae at Galena, 1111- 

Doit 6,891 00 

no Cnrtou-boafe, &« , at Detrtdt, Hicbigan fi3,»06 01 

too Ten per ceni for coDtiugent expeneeii, Ac., Id the 

erection of a cnttoni-honae at Detroit, Mlchigaa 3, 297 SO 

100 CoDilmction of a cuitom-houte at Mllwankle, Wlacoo- 

dn, &c 62,913 IS 

100 Ten per cent, for contingent expenBea In the erection 

of a cuetom-hou«t at Hllwankie, Wlgconaln 3,157 00 

DO For the accommodation of the cuitom-booM and poet 

office at Dubuque, Iowa . 12,900 00 

tOI Ten per cent, for contingent expeoMt of caitom- 

lionie, Ac, at Dnboque, Iowa 4,093 11 

Ml For the conatructlon of warehouBeaatQuarantiae sta- 
tion on the BUalMippl river, below New Orleana, 
Lonidaoa , - IBS 00 

HI Ertctioa of a cnatom-houie at San Frandsco, to con- 

tdn room! for the port oEGoe, Ac., California.. . . 302 GO 

Ul Additional oompenntlon to ofBcen and men of the 
revenue arrvlce who aerved In the PaciBc (>oean, on 
the amiia of California and Mexico, iinoe Septem- 
ber 18, 1850 33 80 

Ul For a amall cloas retenoe cutler, to be located ia the 

oolledion dUtrict of Kof Wrst. Florida 6,000 00 

101 Br an act to authoiiw the Preddent of the United 

State* tocaoae to be procured bj porcbaae or olher- 

wiie a anltable iteaiuer as a revenue O'tter.. 160,000 00 



Cairiedforward $15,813,867 3S 7.116, 



1.116,339 M 



BECEIPT8 AND EXPEHD1TUHE8. 
Oeneral aceount of the receipls and erpetuft7ur(« ^ the United 



TO BBtJEIPTS. 
Brought formrd... 



. UT, IIO, 510 »G 



CuriedfuTWMd yUT.lTS.Sn » 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDirUBEB. 49 

^atcB far Hit fiscal year ending Jtme 30, 1858 — Coatiaaed. 

Br sxPENurrcRBS. 

Bronght fonwd lS,Bi3,BB7 36 T,1I<,339 H 

ni An act BnUxniiiiiK ths porchiM oi conitracQon of 

foni additioiul rovoiiiB cnttera 3,039 60 

HI For liz icreniie eatten, to b« built for the protection 
of tbe rCTBDiie on the Ukes, of the bnnlen of SO 
too* eadi, in addition to the proceed* of the wle of 

the revenue cntten Inghftm uid Hurleon ... 21,574 01 

HI Eipenaea of depodting public monejB bf regitten 

■ju] receiTen of public numeji 34,767 TO 

M3 Sdulca mod comtnialoiu of reglaten of Und otBoM 

ud ibccItmb of publk moneTS, &c 149,361 81 

t05 loddent^ expenses of the teTenlland ofGcea 40,906 69 

tot CompakMtioB to commlBrioner of land office at Via- 

oeoncK, l»d!«iM .. ...... 3,000 00 

M fUwT of recorder of lA&ltiUeilQHl«oiiii 500 00 

IK SitUilei and Incideulail ezpeooM of cDnuninloDn ap- 
pointed to lettlD land clalmi in California 2,53fi B5 

lot Act to eatabliih two additional land diitilcta in the 

TVnitorr of Hinneaota 6,831 T4 

ni BapaTBCnt for lands erroneondir mM.. S7,S53 04 

IIB Bafandlng mtmeja where certain lands have lieea en- 
tered at tbe land office in the Qreensbnrg (late St. 

Hekoa) diatrict, lonlsiana 109 S8 

111 Indennltjr for swamp landi purchaaed bj indlvldDals 7, 913 11 

lis Debentorea and Other charges, (lands) 41 M 

118 hTment of warboimty land eertifleatea 120 0> 

lit Smnj of the pubUe lacda, per act Augoit 31, 1801. 101, 94D 64 
ItO Kmoitbj, to., at the public buds In Statea where the 
officea of the tarvtjoit general have been, or shall 

bedoaed 1,100 99 

Itt SdrVByinK the pnbllo lands and private land dalma 

to0aliftirnla,ftc 105,145 06 

tn For lortvjaig tbe necessary baaa, meridian, parallel, 
township, and sectloo lines in Kansas and Nebraska 

TenitoriBB 140,319 3S 

HI Contingent expenam trf the Indian department lor (he 
ezacntlon of lurveTS required bj treaties with varl- 

OM InUan triboi i,!«9 73 

til Sarreyfog ataudsrd, parallel, and meridian lines over 
Cosat monnttdns, &e.. In Oregon, an eatimated dls- 

tanoe of too miles 3,508 13 

III Sarver i i^ township and sub-dtvldon lines, estimated 
at 4,910 miles. In Oregon, at a rate not exceeding 

$11 per mile, &c 11,581 79 

ni Bnrvejing itandard, parallel, and meridian lines la 
Waahlngbm Territory, an eatlmated distance Of 000 

miles 1,061 IS 

lit B ar ve ylu g township and anb-dlviiion ilnea, estimated 
at 4,910 mUes, in Washington Territory, at a rata 

aotexoeeding SIl per mile, Ac 9,634 34 

m Correcting detached and erroaeons surveys In Arkan- 

s»s,*e. U7 63 

tn Bmewal and correction of old, erroneoos, and defec- 
tive surveys la Kansas. 4, SOI 32 

in Completing the surreys of towns and vllbgee In Xia- 

woii, ftc 1,100 00 



Oairied forward »I6,674,SIXI 17 7,116, 

4b 



,116,339 M 



50 BECEIPT8 AXD EXPENDITDBEa. 

Oeneral aceoutU ofiht receipts and expendUures of the Uniied 

TO BBCEIPIS. 
Brought forwMd llT,m,«0 » 



CnriedCgnKid „. «nT,lT5,5tO » 



BXCEIPTS AKD EXFENDITUBES. 51 

Slatw far the fiaoai year ending June 30, 1868 — Contdimed. 

BT EXPEHDrruBES. 

BroDshtfonwd 16,674,800 IT 7,116,339 Oi 

313 Cnraeting enmeonB Mid defective linos of pabUc and 

priTKte mrTerort In niinoia, Ul«ouri, ie,, S93 90 

its Suveriog In IaniaUn« »t augmented i«Ub, acts 

March 3, IBSl, and 18SS 4,U6 M 

US Examining and oorractlng Impei&ct and dsfectire 
mrrejn Id the Dorthem parti of the lower peninsnia 
of Michigan 9,S69 61 

213 BtmoTfOf and coneetiou of thirty towDihips la Michi- 
gan, dtnated north of the Brat oorrecUon line and 
wcstofthe meridian, ATcnglng 60 miles each 1,867 39 

113 OootlnDing s ni Tc y s In the noitiion portions of Iowa, 
Hinneaota, and Wlaoondn, at the rates now an- 
tfaoriMd by law 6B6 33 

113 Sorrejlng Uie neceasarj base, Tneridian, standard, 

psodlel, township, and seetioQ tines in New Maiioo 32,211 36 

114 BnrTcrlng the liase, prindpal meridian, correctloD of 

paiallek, townahip, and section lines In the Terri- 
tory of Dtah, at angmented ntea IT,Bi7 TS 

114 Bcanrrey and correction of old and erroneous nureys 

in Arlunaa 2,433 83 

114 n^Miing nnflnished i«cords of pnbUo and private 
sqneys, to be tmnaterred to the Blate anthoiitlea In 
tboae (Ustricts where the larreys are about bdng 
ompleted 0,0T4 98 

114 Banning and mariiing the tionndajy line between the 

United SUtes and Meiloo, arrearages 2,174 SI 

114 Engraving maps, views, Kctlons, and natcial history 
of the snrrey of the bonndary between the United 
Btatas and Mexico 19,097 U 

114 Ed«catii» in norlda, flva per cent, from procaeds ot 

sale of pnbUo lands fi.SSS 18 

tU beow^ement of leaning within the State of Ull- 

note, (3 per cent, fond) 13,791 W 

US Common schools within the State of Iowa, (5 per cent. 

fond) 34,218 34 

ttS Beads and (anala within the State of Michigan, {6 per 

eenLfand) 7,368 24 

US Bfiada and levee* within the State of Louisiana, (0 per 

oenL fond) 10,971 8C 

RS Beads and canals witliln the State of Missouri, (3 per 

cent-fond) 79,030 09 

lU Beads and canals within the State of Miai^pid, (3 

peioent. fond) S,90T 00 

US Two per cent, ot the net proceeds of lauds sold by the 

United BUtesrelinqniihed to the State of MiasMppI 8,173 08 

Si Beads and canals within the State of Alabama on ac- 
Eoont of tiie tbnd from the net proceeds of the sale 

of pnblic lande 31,938 44 

tU Two per cent, of the net proceeds of lands aold with in 
the United States relinqobbed to tlie Stale of Ala- 
bama 31,192 19 

SI Boada and canals with the State of Arkansas oa ao- 
eoant of the S per cent, ftmd frmn the net prooeeda 

of thesaleaof pahllciands 18,700 79 

lU Alteration and repainof the Freddent'shouM...... 11,000 00 

Curiedforwud 817,013,230 Z3 T,1U,339 04 



52 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUSES. 
General aceoimto/the receipta and a^penditurea of the Utiittd 



TO BECEIPIS. 
Brongbt fiirwatd.. 



. HT, 175. 510 M 



Carrird (brward 9117,17fi,5U SS 

Goiwlc 



BECEIPTS AND EXPEKDITDBES, 53 

Staia/or thefiaccJ. year ending June 30, 1858 — CoD^nned. 

BY EXFENDITUREB. 

Brought forwaid 11,013,830 22 1,116,339 04 

ftp. 

m BcrareUhiog the Presideiit'B hoote, set Much 3, 1S5T 3,418 SB 

lU To nubia the Committee on the Libnu? to cODlnct 

with tfr. Seaij for k leilet of portndta of the Pretd- 

denta of the United Statct for the execatlve mau- 

dOD, or. In the diHcietlon of the committee, to pur- 

chue auch of Btoart's portraiti of the PreeideDte m 

ib»Ubefot«ao 1,800 00 

at Conptimtion of doorkeeper of the Preridenfa honK. BOO 00 

lU C(»iipeowtI<Hi of MsittttDt dootkeepcr of the Pre«t- 

dent'tbonw 438 DO 

m CompeiiMtioa of tiro uigbt watchmen in the Fred- 

deot'ihonse ., 1,200 00 

liSFoeUoTthe Pretldent'B house 1,B00 00 

nf Pninace keeper at the Prerident'a houM 3G5 00 

IK Section of etables and couMrratory at the PreeideDt's 

honae, to raplaoa those about to be taken doirn to 

make room for the eitenaioa of the IVeasurj bniid- 

mg.. . 20,000 00 

HI Pmcbase of booka tor libimr^ at the executive mandon 481 60 

ilt Inanal repnira of Uie Capitol, Ac 1,000 00 

HI For funushiug and ornamenting the Capitol with such 

works of art OB may be ordered and approved bf 

the Committee on the Library, to be plai»d fn either 

•ring of the eitendon when read; for their lecep- 

tioD, act Angost 18, 1S6G 1,500 00 

iii FaioliDg and repaln loiide the Capitol, itew fuinacee 

onder Senate chamber, tx . 500 00 

«t Bepaliof water pipes at the Capitol 500 00 

lU CompcDBatlon of meaienger, attendant in part on the 

main fninace, C^titol 420 00 

211 Compenaation of laborer for cleaning rotunda, water 

doaeta, Ac., Capital 438 00 

tn Compensation of weatem gate keeper, Capitol....... 876 00 

UI Gmpen^tloa of two wat<dimen to preaerre the public 

groonda uboat Um Capitol 1,300 OO 

117 Caapeiuatloii^oiMnlghtwatohmaD, employed forthe 

(•otectlon of bnildlngs lying aonth of the Capitol.. GOO 00 

m Lightiag (he Capitol, President's bouse, and public 

groondi around them, and around the executlTS 

o£ce«, and Penosylvinia avenue 33,000 00 

Hi &ectton of the wc«t wing of the FaUnt OfBce build- 
ing, and completing the dr^na for nid building and 

the Poat Office building 49,000 00 

iti Completing the eaat wing of the Patent Office bnilcUng 

31 Enctionof thenorth^ntofthePalontOffioebnilding 150,000 00 
in nooring the baaemeiit rooms in the old portion of the 

^tent Office boUding, to make them fit for bniineEB 

pntpa«», &e 2,000 00 

ST Preparing the nioon of the weet wing of the Patent 

Office for the reception of models, and for fitting ap 

aad faraishlng the Mme with suiUble cues 20,000 00 

as CkcDal rep^n of the Patent Olfice bniidlDg 3,000 00 

HI CoUeotiooof agiicaltaTal itaUsUcs, and procuring and 

diitribotlng cntUngi and «eeda SO, 000 00 

1!> Drawings to illnstrate the report of the Conunl«donei 

of Patente fbr tlie Tear 1837 6,000 00 

Carried forward 117,378,368 40 7,116,339 04 



BEOEIFTS AND EXFENDmJBES. 
General acooutU of the receipta and expenditura <^ Gvt United 



. 117, 175, UO 9< 



Carried fbrwud tll7,173,e» » 



BICEIPTS AND EXPENDITnBES. 55 

Staktfor Oufiaccd ytar mding Jvite 30, 1858 — OontiQued. 

BT EXPBNDrrUB£6. 

Brought loTwud 17,378,3118 iO T,11«,33S Oi 

»»- 

ttt 7oT cogTavliiK GI.BIO topiea of the mechanical port 

of the Pkfamt Office Report for IBGl 5S6 DO 

US To enable the Conmisdoner of PntflDta to collect and 
report iofonnatlon In relation to the conmunptioa 
of ootton in the several oonntriei of the world 3,SO0 00 

US PreaerTation of the collectiom of the exploring expe- 
dition, compeiuation of keppeia, laborers, and 
watchmen 3,303 47 

118 Contingent expenaea f6r the collectiom of the eiplor- 

ioK expedition . 200 00 

111 CDaatmctkHi and erection of suitable caaei to receive 
theooilectioniof the United States Exploring Expe- 
dition Bod others, In geology, &c., now in the 
Patent Office 15,000 00 

ttt EqteDM of the transTer of the collections of the 
UoHed StatM GiploriDg ExpedlUon, and pennanent 
•nwigemant of the ouea .. 1,000 00 

in Fatrntfnnd 193,908 91 

m PordiSM of a dte in the neighborhood of Vaslilng- 
tOB and erection of an ssjlmu for the insanfl of 
the District of Columbia and of the army and 
navj- 50,000 00 

Itf Bopport, clothing, and medical treatment of tbe in- 
mne of the Distiict of Colombia and of the armj 
and navj 20, GOO 00 

IB PnrAaae of agriniltntal and horticnitarai implements, 
and for the improvement of the gronnds of the In- 
«aaA^Iam,D. C 1,500 00 

tt) fiieladiiytlM gnMuda of the Insane Asrlnm.D.C... 3,000 Of 

tn Balariei and Inddeatal expeniea of ColnmUa InsUtuta 

foTtbedeaf, dumb, and blind 1,T8S 10 

Itt Halntenance and tuition of deaf, damb, or bUnd 
pnirili of the IMstrict of Columbia, at the Colusabia 
Inalitation 1,800 75 

130 fci^Mirt of dghtean trandsnt panpen .... 3,000 00 

US Oompeimtlon of warden, clerk, phyddan, chaplain, 

ftc., of the Penitentiary, District of ColnmbU 11, G<0 00 

no BapportofthePenltentia^lntheDistrictofColumbia 1,965 00 

IH Compensation of three Inspecton of the Penitentiarj 

of the IMstrict of Columbia TGO 00 

in CompensBtion of two drawkeepers, and for fuel and oil 
tor the lamp* of the two biidgcB acroea the Eastern 
Branch of the Potomac 1,079 60 

lU CompeDMtUm of four diawkeepeii and a watchnan, 
and tot fuel and oil for the lampa of the Potomac 
bridge Ill « 

Qt Bepairing the Potomac, navy yard, and upper bridge*, 
and to refund to the Commliiaioner of Public Build- 
ings tS.OOO, advanced to him by the city of Wash- 
higtoain 1855 11,000 00 

130 lb complete the bridge acroag the Potomac at the 

Uttle Fall* 38,9« 03 

UD Compensation of the public gardener, Washingtoa 

dty.D.C 1,410 00 

130 Compenwtlon of slxteeu laboren employed on the 

public grounds and President's garden 10,791 00 



Carried forward :.»17,7e5,767 98 T,1M, 



,1m, 3» W 



66 BECEIPTS AKD EZFENDITUBE6. 

Oenend oeooant of the receipts and txprndHarta of the Untied 



CuTJtdforwwd f <11T,1I5,BS0 » 



SECEIPTS AND EZFENDITDSBS. 57 

StatetfcT iMfiacai year ending Jtme 30, 1868 — Contiaaed. 

BT EXPENDITCTBES. 

Brought formrd 17,765,787 )8 7,118,339 04 

230 FAjment of Uboren employed in ihoveUlng tnow 

from the walk* to tad ■round the Capitol, Frc«i- 

doit'a Houie and other pnblie l)iUl<linga 600 00 

330 Support of the public BTecahoaHa, iDclndlog ptqr of 

hoiticultoiirt and writrtaota G.lZl 60 

131 Procuring maiinra, tools, fnel, repairs, purchMing 

treei and ihrubeCotbotanicgardens, to be expended 

under the direction of the Committee on the library 

of CongreM 1,200 00 

131 Filling op and dratnlng gronnds in the vicinity of the 

nrtV'nal gieenhooM, knoim an the Botanic Garden 1, 000 00 

131 Extending the propagating department of the Botaolc 

Oarden, and bitrodDcing water into the aame ttota 

Capitol tquare, kc 1,(00 00 

331 For rrpvrlng heating ^parattu, nJiIng, repuring 

paaiaget, painting, regladng and extending iced 

room and greenbouee ...... 1,000 00 

231 Flagging the main avenue in the Botanic Oarden.&c. 3,360 00 
231 To complete the Iraproveineoii on tiie fqaare Bonth of 

the Preddent'e, tx 2,000 00 

231 Public reeemtioD No. 2 and lA&yette iquare 3.000 00 

231 ForfnmUhJng lamppostaandlampeOD thenortb,eaat, 
and weit lidea of lAfayette Bqaare, and for taking 
up and telajlDg the fbotirayi on the loath ilde, 
&o 1,350 00 

131 Coatinnlng theimproTement of Jadidaty aqnare, re- 
pairing fencGi, and oompleting the pavenient around 
tbefame 6,000 00 

131 Continning the grading and planting with treea the 

unimproved portloQl of the mall , 10,500 00 

131 Pnrchan of maunre for the public ground! 1,000 DO 

131 Pnrchaae of tree* and tree bozei to replace when 

necesMtfy such at have been planted by the United 
fitatea, and repairs of pavemeati in ftont of the 
public grounds 3,000 00 

132 Hire of 2 cartt, at |2 per day each, for 250 days, for 

thepablic grounds . 1,000 00 

132 Report of Fenniylvania avenue ... .......... 3,000 00 

132 Bepuring Pennsylvania avenue at the Inteisection 
of Seventh street on the plan known as Belgian 

pavement 5,000 00 

132 For enclosing the cirdeat the IntarsecUou of Pennsyl- 
vania avenue with Kew Hampshire avenue and K 
street - 1,500 00 

131 Completing the grading and giavelUng of New Jersey 

avenue from north D street toNev Tork avenne.. 7,000 00 
13! Erecting cast iron lamp poets, and lighting them with 
gas, from the western tetmlno* of Pennsylvania 
avenue, throngh Bridge and High sbvets, George- 
town 4,000 00 

132 Compensation and contingent eipeases of the Auxill- 

aryGuawl 19,252 87 

131 To enable the Secretary ct the Interior to purchase 
500 burial lots in the CcagreMional Burying 
(Jround, &c. 5,000 00 

Canied fonra«) 17,854,152 35 7,110,339 04 



58 BECEIPT8 AND EXPEITDITCBBS. 

Oateni aoaount qfthe recafU amd expmdUurei of the United 



TO BGCBIPT8. 
BioogM foTWWd. . . 



. I1T,1T5,S20 96 



Cairied forwwd.. 



sBCTiFrs iHB ssrxmxrruBSs. 59 

State* for the fi«cal yeor ending Jum 30, 1858 — Contianed. 
BT EXFEKOITDBSS. 
Brooght tbnrud 1T,BM,1SS 35 7,116,339 04 

33> TUgglng feotmj In the CongreMioiwI BuTTlng 
Ormind &om the entrance of the Nuoe to the gov- 
eiBiBent Tanlt .. ...... ), tOO 00 

S31 Ezp«nea of pitting tnA iUfta1bDUii{[ Congrewloiud 
Jonnala uid docomeate in pamunce of provUco) 
oontainBd in ji^t niolutlon of Coogreai approrsd 
Jmiaaij 18, ISST 3,000 00 

X3S To psj tor the famltare foi the district oonrt room of 
the eastern dlrtrlct of YiislniA, hetetofote fur- 
nUhed by the manhal of that dMrict 219 00 

333 EipanaMof tkking the seventh census 8T0 U 

US De&aTiDg Mpenaea of salts against the United State* 
for Undsoobopled bj nuiine bos^tals, llght-hontes, 
aitd fattUcntiou at the haibor of e«t FnndsGO, 
Cnliforala 12,(00 00 

US Belief of nndT7 iadlrtdnaU 130,009 IT 

la, 001,081 01 



Vkom which deduct ezceM of tepnjnnenta bejrond 
expenditures, and repafmenta where there are no 
ezpendltona, tIi : 

lU ror the coatlnnation of the pnbllc 

bnUdlngs In the Territory of Mhma- 

■otn, one-half of the nun appro- 
priated to be applied to the oompla- 

tlon of the capltol at St Taol's. and 

the remainder to the oom^etlon of 

the prinn bnUdinga at Stillwater in 

i^dTarritoTr ISO 61 

175 Ught-honw, half waj between Cape 

Henry and Body's Island llght- 

hon«. ll,ff« «0 

175 ftnall pile Ilght-honie on the extrem- 
ity of the island making ont from 

Stingray P<^t, month of Tkppa- 

llannodl rivBT, Virginia B61 23 

ISO A light-house at Point Betsey, Ulchl- 

gan 8,821 06 

1B3 Light-house on Pnnta de !□■ Beyw, 

CalOmmU 16,422 GG 

1)3 Constnictionofabnlldlngat Burllog- 

ton, Tennont, for the accommoda- 

tioaofcustom'houae,postoffice,&c. 100 60 

111 Compensation of oommlsdonn and 

■nnrey or employed upon the bonnd- 

aiy between United States and 

Mexico 7.037 51 

IH Public buUdlngi for the Territory of 

NewMoxico 18 81 

U5 For the purchase of a site and erec- 

titm of a penitentiary at New Mex- 
ico 11 73 

Carried forward •40,702 90 18,009,08106 7,116,330 Ot 



60 RECEIPTS ASD EXraNBITURES. 

Generai acctnini of the receipts and expenditures of the United 

TO BECEIPTB. 
Brooebt fbrwaid I1T,1TS,S!0 Sfi 



Carriad fonrud.. 



. 1^17, ITS, SM H 



BBCBIPTS AND EXPEZTDrrUEES. 61 '' 

Statea /or the fiaad year ending June 30, 1858 — Continued. 

BT EXPSKSmiBSa. 
BrODght forwud tO.TOt 96 I8,009,0S1 06 T,116,3S9 M 

t3S To enable the Secnbu7 of the Tit»M- 

nrj to paj fot the preMmkUoD of 

the arcbivM of the Terrltorj of 

NewMeiico ITS IS 

3SS Pabllc bnildiDKi at the aeat of gor- 

ernmeat of the Territory of Oregon. 1,(44 3t 

US Tof expcnaei of taking ^e oenmi of 

the Terrltorr of Kmuu Sit H 

US For tbe ezpouet of the election of » 

delegate to the Houae of Rapre- 

•entatlTea of the United Statn front 

Kanaat IT7 80 

135 light-hooee at Drj Point, on Ijnkint' 

Neck, &c., Ualne 1,916 SO 

:U For a light-hoiue on Noddle's Island, 

entrance to the harbor of Caatine 

and KooksTiUe, Maine 3,603 2T 

135 Tw« Koall lights on the p<ei at Bnr- 

Ungtcm, Tennont 6S 79 

135 Two iron twelre-po under truna on 

board of light vhkI In Vhurard 

•oaiMl, UaiBobiuatU 19S 41 

I3S BcMom and qdndle to mnik the reef 

exl«ndlng from Block Island, Bhode 

Island 1,000 00 

135 SdmII light el tbe Botth end of Isle- 

ao-Hotte, Lake Champiaia, K. T.. CI II 

135 Fot Jtiatt Ibg-belU. to be placed at 

Bandy Hook and Throg*! 5«ck 

light-hODM*, New Tork 54 

13t Ught honae on ot near Bhlp John 

shoals, Delaware 8TS 8S 

136 Beaoon-lightMiUie pletat Fort Pens, 

DeUware 406 35^ 

13t Ught-honH at Ooia ledgu In place of 

lfght-rMselatthstpoint,Dela«a». 4U 38 

136 Fog rignali at Delaware breakwater 

llght-honw, Delaware SOB 14 

136 Ught-honie on Lore P<dnt, moatb of 

Choltee riTer, Maryland 13,997 69 

136 ^r a Ugbt-houie on Drum Point, 
entrance of Fatnxent river, Mary- 
land 3,S14 60 

136 For buoys and stakes in the Great 

Chi^)tank rlTer, Maryland 3T 

136 For a beacon-Ught on the shore oppo- 
site Lyons' creek shoal, Ac, Mary- 
land 18 

136 Forty-three buoys for buoying the 
Kettle Bottoms and completing the 
iMoyage of tbe Potomac rlTer from 
its month to the port of Alexan- 
dria, Virginia 13 18 

136 For booja and stakes In tbe Potomao 
rlTw, between Alexandria and 
Oeorgetown. 1 OT 

Carriedbrwaid '•71,S» 66 18,909,081 06 7,^110,339 04 



RECEIPrS AXD EXPEXCITCrS£& 
General accouni of iht reoe^ata and expetidi^tta cf the United 



BrongM forwMd IH.ns.SM 9S 



OMiMtemid i. |117,1T6,U0 H 



BECEIPTS iSD EXPENDITUBES. 63 

Staies for (Ae fiaaA year ending June 30, 1868 — Gontiniied. 
BT EXFEKDITDBES. 

Brought foTwaid 71,SZ9 «C 18,009,081 06 7,116,339 01 

p*r- 

S36 BoojB and itakcs to b« placed in the 

Ch«Mpeak« \»7, kt Fiafaennui'i ft 

Fidctt'a B<de 2 89 

U< Wor JoDsa' fbg-bglb, to be placad at 

llllitnagiin and C^ie Rtnij Ught- 

honae, Vl^nia 351 )S 

33T Fog-beU neai the ligbt-hooM at Old 

FolDt Comfort, ftc., VlrghiU 68 35 

S3T For a booon-Uglit at NbtIot'i Hole, 

Baf^ahannock river, Virginia IDS 7S 

UT Bnoji to be placed in mltablo places 

In Jfatchipnngo baj, ^^igini* 1 10 

m For an iron boo; on Diamond aboal, 

<« C^ Hattens, North Caro- 
lina 9S 13 

1ST Daj beacon or baoy in Bt. Helena 

■oond. Booth Catolloa... 43 06 

237 Cbaagliig the prcwnt ligttt-hoiue at 

Cape Bomaln Into a flr«t cIsm tea 

coHt light-honaa by eleraUng, Im- 

proTing, ftc , the Mine willi the 

moat ImprDred illuminating appa- 

mtDB, Booth Carolina. 3 37 

13T For complettng tbe two beacona or 

range lights on Sooth Iiland Vda^ 

and Kotth iiland, Georgetown, 

Sooth Carolina, in addition to 

temeiaiqiropriatioDi.. ......... 4,319 34 

337 Iron booji and daj beaoons for Tj- 

bee bar and SaTBonab lirer, Geor- 
gia M 

237 For oondnning and oompleUng the 

erection of the firat olaaa li^t- 

hoDM aathmiaed 3d Hatdi, 18fi3, 

to be ^aced near Jupiter Inlet; 

aet 18th Aogntt, 13&6 868 99 

Nina ibmU UgbU near Wbitehalt In 

place of thoie at pr en at kept ap 

by iteamboat oompanlee, I^ke 

Champlaln, V. T !,S19 03 

291 Iron tcrew pile light-honae to be 

erected aa near the entinnce to tbe 

channel of the HiMiMippi riTer, at 

the Southweet I^ei, aa may be 

fOnnd to be practicable, ftc., Lon- 

Idana 38,700 03 

237 Light bonaa la muk the cbannel of 

tbe Qrand Paia to Baratarta bay, 

loniiiana 9 13 

23T Beacon light on the pier or break- 
water at Wehtgan City. Indiana „ 1, 688 4S 

138 Forallgbt-boue in San Pedro bay, 

CalifiwniB 8,600 94 

238 For a aecond clan ligbt-houe at 

Point Bouita, CalUorala 687 IT 

Carried forward tl29,G)6 90 18,609,081 06 T,ai6,3S9,04 



64 



BECEIPT8 AND EXPENDirOKES. 
Oewrtd accotmt of the receipU and ea^enditures of the United 



TO BECEIFIS. 
Biottgbtfonnid.. 



. I1T,ITS,52D »S 



CurlBdfcmrd 9117^179,030 H 



RECEIPTS AND BXPBNDJTUBES. 65 

States for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868 — Contioned. 

BT EIXPENDITUBES. 



Brought foTwvd .. 

238 Iife-bc*to and othM idmiu of leitder- 
iag uriitaBca to in«A«d marioen, 
&c, on the coMBt of Qis United 
BtatB^ Ac 

138 BnojB to mark CommladoD ledge. 
Hkre bland, California 

338 Ught-bouM at Hnmboldt hubor, 
Cklifomla 

238 Bnoji to unrk middle ground in Sul- 
■an bay, Cklifornia ....... ...... 

238 CodMtiicUmi of a light-hoUM at Crra- 

cent atj, Califbinia, ihould the 
Stocretaiy of the Treaaiiiy decide 
that mch light-houae !■ ueceaary, 
Ac 

138 For a b«aoaa at Homboldt haibor, 

near North Spit, Catifomln 

338 Tw« light-boDsea at Cape Flatterr 
and New DnogeoeM, Ac., WMh- 
ington Tenitoiy .... 

338 To enaUe the UgfatJioute Board to 
precnre the aetMwry nuwUDerj, 
Ac., for teetiog Babbage'e [dan for 
didjoKnUung light* ........ 

338 Ft>T ImproTliig Uatteir aod Waabiag- 
ton stneta, and roadwaj 0. P. 
annmd the cuttoiU'baaM at San 
Ftanelaea, CalUbmia 

139 ConAnctlan of an appi^wr'a (tore 

for the caatom-houae at San Fiao- 

ckco, CUlfbmla 

33) FamlohlniEtheroomiof thenewwing 
of the Patent Office building witli 
fumlture, and proTidbig the mIood 
tfaerebi with casea for tnodeli 

239 For utBoging and btodhig for preeer- 

vaUon the oilgiDftI retnnu of tlie 
•erenth cenaUB and tboae prior 

139 BsmiiDg and uarUog the boniuUrj 
line between the United BUtea 
and MexioD nnder treetj of 30th 
Deoember, 13&3 



IZS.BBB 9D 18,009,081 Ot 7,11«,33B 01 



U9 Salatlta <d ninbten of the United Stet«« to Great 

Britain, Ac 

110 Wailea of aecretwie* of legation of the Doited Statei 

toQwatBrlt^, 4c 

140 Salariea of ■iwlilaiif aecretailea of kgation at London 

and Faifa 

1(0 (3ompeo«atlon for derkal lervlces perToniied In the 

oAoeof the Uoltad Btatee legation at London 



155,531 13 
17,015 16 
3,000 00 
1,000 DO 



Carried forward $f7(,M» 68 34,tf«,in 13 



nClOOgIt 



BECEIPT8 AND EXPENDirnBES. 
GenerfU account of the receipts and expcTiditures of the United 



TO BECEIFTS. 
Brought iMmid... 



. a7,lT5,U0 M 



Ouried fonrartt $llT,ns,U« tt 



EECEIPT8 AND EXPBKDITURBS. Of 

^atafor tkefiscal year ending June 30, 1858 — OontiDaed. 

BT EXFENDITUBES. 

BionC^t formurd 3T6,S19 GB »,>64,I90 13 

140 For differeDoe between Uie aalatj reoelTcd by the Ute 

■ecrEt»7 or legatloD of the Ualted State* at Madrid 

while acting aa charfctf d'afRdre* In the jeara I8S2, 

1653, 1854, and 18&5. and the mIut to wUch ha 

would lUiTe bean enlttled as charge d'a&lTBB,<br the 

tame peiioda, and for the amonnt ofan outfit for a 

charg« d-alblm 7,106 13 

140 Salary of the tDterpreten to the oonanlatei in China. 4, SOO 00 

140 Balaiy to the interpreter and aecietarr to the mlailoo 

tolliina 6,1CI 3> 

I4D Inteiconne with the Barbary Fowera 8,fS4 83 

140 Coatlngent expensea of foreign iaterconrne. 40,003 31 

141 ContinKtnt eipenwn of all the nfidonB abroad 49,S04 Tl 

141 SaluTOtoDtunliteDeral torealdeln theBrldabNortti 

Ajnertcan pronacea - 8,S0O 00 

141 Eahiriea of nmaoli of the United Statei and commer- 
cial agenti 392,137 »3 

Hi Interpretcn, gnarilB, and other ezpenaea of the om- 

lalatei at Conitantlnuple 1,013 06 

145 Pot the porchace of blank booko, rtatlonery, aniu of 
the Uoited Btatea, pmars, and Bagt, and tor the 
pKymeot oi poctaget o( the coniaU of the United 
Hiktei 63,079 62 

24S Eatlmated Icm b; excfaaoge on draftt of oonsnls and 

oommeR^ agenta for (alartn 7,767 55 

J47 Foi office rant of tfaoae con»n]» general, oonauls, and 

commcidiil agenli. who are not allowed to trade.. 8,363 00 

148 ForsalarrofthediBKoman to the legation to Turkey 3,000 00 

148 Compenaatlon to commliiaioneT provided In the fliat 

article of the redprodty treaty with Qreat Britain. 1,500 00 

348 For per diem of comtnlirioner and coapeDUtloD of 

mrveyor provided In the first article of Uie redpro- 

city treaty with Great Britain 1,340 00 

SIS For the proaecntion of the work, Including pay of oom- 
mia^ioner and other eipensei, provided in the flnt 
article of the redprodty treaty with Great Britain. 3,fi!0 00 

148 For payment of all cxpences attending the employ- 
ment of adling vesKls, and for inrveyi and umpi- 
rage 9,000 00 

248 For compensation of the aommlwlouer, aecretary, chief 

■atronomer, and STrveynr. aa^iatant aatrooomer and 
•iitveyor, clerk, and t^r provlsiona, transportation, 
■adcontlngendesoftbecoininiaaioDtiirunand mark 
(he boundary line between the United States and 
the Britiih pnMeauoDs bunndlng on Waahington 
Territory 71,000 00 

249 To carry ont the atipnlation oonti^ned In the sixth ar- 

ticle of the treaty between tbe United Slatea and the 
king of Denmark to pay tbe internt provided for 
in the aald treaty, peractof4tb Uarch, 185S 16,730 44 

349 To carry ont the itipulation contained In tbe third ar- 
ticle of tho treaty between the United State* aod 

393,01100 

CarriedlbTwatd $1,161,180 S6 34,934, I9« 13 

Digitizecy Google 



68 RECEIPTS Aim EXFENDITUB^. 

Gener(d cuxoujU of the receipts and eapeadUvres of the United 



. llT,lTS,fi>l> M 



CanMtbnnid «UT,1T0,B» H 



RECEIPTS AND EXPBNDITUBES. 69 

&ale9/or thejigctd year eadtng June 30, 1868 — Continued. 



BT EXPENDiTUUES. 

Bnaght fiinmid 1,1(1,180 » 14,984,190 H 

149 To UMt the ti«oeaBi7 espeiuw •ttenibnt upon the 

«xecatioiiofU»neiitnlItirActof 11th April, 1S18, 

to b« expended nnder the directloD of the Praddent, 

paraowit to third Kction of tdot iMt IU7, 1810, 

Azlng the oompenaatioa of public miolfltanudoon- 

nli TcstdiDK on the onst of Bubsiy 1,370 00 

149 AvBrds nnder the coDrentkiD between the United 

BiBteiuidFera.oonolDded at linw, Ac 1,998 9ft 

349 AwmdaanderUiefifleeothuiicleorUietTefttjr between 

the Uultad State* and HexSco, acta 3d Febnury, 

1848, and Sd March, 1849 161 SO 

S49 Bapenaea whkdi may be Incnrred, Ac., In Teccoing 

dtiaeuoftheOnltedSUteaftomihipwret^ 3,000 00 

341 Bdiefaad protection of AnmfcanwameD 133,648 II 

l,Hi%,Sii £1 

E^om which deduct eioeaa of repayment* beyond ei- 
foodltarea and rapajinentg where there are bo si- 
pcodttuea, tIb: 
t4& Wwieaof o]anliatKwaiiK,Clioo, Amoy, 

Ac 4,161 07 

148 PnacrratloB of the iirchlTea of the nreral 
oonanlBtei of the Dnltea Statea and oom- 

meidal aBendea 1,698 U 

5,860 50 

1,3»((,508T1 



T7t Innnd yeuloiu, <army) 461,749 79 

»3 Penaiona, acta Haich IS, 1818 1 Hay 15, IS3S ; Jane 

7, 1831 78,931 Ot 

374 FeaakHW. acta Jaly 4, IBH, (aection 3;) Joly 7, 1838; 
Hard 3, 1843; Jane IT, 1844; Febniary 3, 1848; 

Jaly 19, 1848; Febmary 3, 1SS3, (aeeUoa 1) 348,847 OS 

376 Penalou, acta Jnly II, 1B48 ; Febinary 3, 1863, (aee- 

lica l;)andn^er ipedalactaofCoBgieti 160,912 79 

979 Uncl^md penriou, <anay) 38,S31 41 

381 Half-pay peiutoni to widowa and orphan*, payable 

through the Huid AmUtor'i office 1,613 90 

383 InTalid peoatona, (nary) 11,746 11 

184 Navy pendma (l(e year^ to widow* and orphana, 

act Aogwt 11, IB48 138,727 46 

186 PrhMeer pe«riona, (navy) 1,761 M 

186 DncUmed pandooa. (navT) 9S3 8S 

lit PnlftUtng treaty with the BlackEoot natton, of Oc- 
tober IT, 1866 33,038 87 

38* FUflllIng tnatiea wltA tbe Camanchea, Kiowaya, 

and Apadiea of Arkaiuaa river ......... 13,666 9S 

tS< Fnlfillhift treaty "ith the Ch^tpewa* of Lake Hope- 

tlor, of September 3S, 1864 <3,6eT 34 

381 hUlIlDC trealie* with the Chippewaa at I^ke 8«pe- 

Hotandthe HtoUppi 1,436 4« 

387 rolAUlBg tnaltea with the Chippewaa of Saginaw... 300 00 

Ckiriad bmnri tl,344,001 76 ^6;^^,6 



70 BECEIPT8 AND BXPEKDITUBES. 

Chneral aooourU of tht receipts imd eacpeaditurea of the UiaUd 



TO BBCEmS. 
Broogkt foiwaid.. 



■:rXl«^t?' 



SECXIFTS IKD EXPEKDITUBES. 71 

Btateefor thefiatxd year ending June 30, 1858 — ContinDud. 

BY EXPENWTURB8. 

BtM^htfonrard i,M4,0Ol 76 SS,S<0,89e 96 

tST nitBlliiig tretUM with the Chtppeiru of SBgioEw, 

awancreek, luid Black liTor 34,<91 fifi 

:8T PDlGlUng treat^r «lth the Chippewu of the UlnLi- 

dppl, of Febiiurj 2t, \%b6 80,915 23 

287 Fulfilling treatiM with the Chlppewaws of Btnt Ste. 

M»rie 17,478 00 

!87 FnlGUing treaties with the Chlppewaa, UenomoDees, 

WinDebagoes, aod New York Indlaiu 2,S78 00 

£88 Pniailiiig treaties with theCreeki 30,310 00 

288 FulfllliDg trcati«8 with the ChickaaawB 3,0M 00 

288 Fulfilling treaties with the Chortaws 32,0<0 00 

288 FniaiUng tiexties with the Chastai, Sooton, and 

Umpqou 1,7B1 68 

188 Pnlfllling treaties with the Calapoolas, Molalas, and 

ClackamM 9,093 42 

28B FalfilliDg treaties with the DelswBiea 6,912 SO 

289 Fnlfllling tmtXj with the Delaware*— ptoceede of 

land 906,954 68 

289 ramillng traatiea with the Florida Indlane or Semi- 

noTee 174,793 38 

289 FolGIllng beattes with the lowaa i, 910 OS 

189 Fnimiiog treaties with the lowBi—proceeds of land- 146,931 01 

289 FulfllllDg treotin with the Kanaaa 8,943 00 

190 Fulfilling treaUn with the Kickapooi 30,760 00 

190 FolSUlng tceatiea with the Easkaskiaa, Feoriac, Weat, 

and Piaokeshaws — proceeds of land 290,074 87 

tK FalfillingtreatlM with the KwkMklM, feorias, Weea, 

and Flinkeafaawi 14,(35 31 

290 T^IGIliog treatlw with the Hlamlei 64,682 62 

210 Fulfilling treaties with the Hlamtea of Eel rirer 1,100 00 

290 Falfilling treaties wilhthoHenomoneei 29,980 74 

291 Falfilliug treaties with the Narajoe* 14,168 65 

191 Fnlfiltiog treaties with the OttawM and Chlppewaa. . . 6, 220 00 
191 FnlGJliug treaties with the Ottawss and Chlppewag 

ofMidiigan 53,262 84 

291 Fnlfilllng treallci with the Osagee, 22,767 42 

191 FvlOlling trestles with the Omahas 52,307 17 

191 Fulfilling treaUes with the Ottawos of Kanaaa 2,900 00 

191 FDlfllltng treatlee with the Ottoes and Hlsaouriaa . .. ZS, 319 10 

192 Fulfilling treaties with the Pottawatomiea 37,995 97 

292 Fulfilling treaties with the Pottawatomlee of the 

Hnron 400 00 

292 Fulfilling treaties with certain bands of Puget's 

Soundlndiana 20,000 00 

293 Folfiillng treaties with the Quapawa 2,076 99 

2*3 FnlBIling treaties with the Bogue River Indians 7,257 42 

293 PnlBlling treaties with the Slouz of Hissinlppl 141,680 67 

113 Fulfilling treaties with the Baa and Foiea of Hbde- 

•Ippi 74,438 00 

Ml Fulfilling treaties with the Saci and Foxes of IDnouri 12,944 11 

t« Fulfilling treaties with the Senecos 1,830 00 

2*4 PoMlJlng treaties with the Senecas of New York 11,902 60 

1*4 FUfilllnfT treaties with the SeDeeas and Shawnesi ... I , S30 00 

194 Fulfilling treaties with the Shawnees 103,750 00 

IH PnUlllngtrmtlei withtheSiiKatlongofNetrTork. 3,932 00 

Carried forward S3,906,S4B 64 2<i8IO,6fl8 K 



2<i8IO,6fl8 K 

CiOO'..;lc 



BBCE1FT8 AND EZPENDITUBES. 
General account of the receipla and expendUwea i^ fJi« Dinted 

TO BBCEIPI8. 

117rlT&,«M 9S 



Chilled tarmnl.. 



..4117,176,6» » 



EECEIPT8 ASD EXPENDITUBES. 
States for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1858 — Continued. 
BT BXPENDTTDOES. 



Bnmght tOTwird 3,90G,t4fi 64 3fl,3«,S9S 95 

PIT- 

194 FUfilHng tMOks frith the BlockbriilKes 66 00 

194 PnlfllliDg treatiea with the Stockbrldgea uid Hdhkm T, 763 69 

tM FnlfllliDK treadei with the Utohi 383 19 

1)5 PolBlling traatiM with the Wlniiebagoee 101,830 BO 

195 PoimiiDK traaties with ths Wjuidotu 116,686 67 

19j Interest dne Chippewu, Ottawas, and PottawatO' 

tnle* — edncatioD 3,952 19 

195 latrreat doe Chlppewai, Ottawai, and Pottawato- 

mies-nilllB 2,00f 03 

195 lDt«rMt daeChoclawb— edacatiOD G.3S4 68 

196 loterett doe Choctaw orphan reservatioDi 9,681 87 

194 Interest doe Choctawi ander oonreDtioo with Chloka- 

wwa 30,815 00 

»6 iDtanrt dne nnder Cherokee tt at; of ie3S-'3t 14, 15S 17 

»• Intcnat doe Cherokee orphaoi... 7,066 00 

196 Interest due Creek otpblJu ... 9,(00 00 

191 Interest dne Uenomoneei . 3,000 00 

196 Interest due Ongea—edncatlon 1,416 93 

196 Interest dne Ottawai of Blanohardf Fork 604. M 

196 Intrrest dne Senecaa 116 00 

196 Interest due Senecaa and Hhawneea 416 4B 

1*7 Intenrtt doe Stockhridges and Hniisecs 614 48 

197 Interest dne Wyandotta 10,691 36 

197 CaiTTliiK Into effect the treaty with the Cbickanwi of 

October, 1832 66,160 00 

197 Cherokee Kbools, IS19 33,114 IG 

197 Pk7 of mpetltitendeats and Indian tgenti 77,043 38 

I9B Paj-of Indian Bub-«genU 11,003 66 

198 Fky of Interpretei* 23,378 86 

198 ClTUbadon of Indlau 6,012 03 

199 Preaenti to Indians 9, 111 98 

199 ProrMonifor lodians 16,716 03 

199 Building! and repairs at the agniclea 2,498 45 

199 Vae«lnatlon of Indiana 350 00 

300 Cootln^endet of the Indian Department 65,087 44 

301 Paj of clerk til sapsrintendent at St. LonU 600 00 

301 Pay of clerk to saperintendent in CaliforDla 5,210 60 

301 Temiwnuy clerks to iDperlntendents of Indian aflaiie S.OSO 00 
301 iDddentAl eipenies of Indian service In Oslifoniis.. 21,691 93 
301 Inddental expenses of Indian service In Utah Terri- 
tory 32.118 60 

301 Incidental expenses of Indian terrlce In Washington 

Territory 76,801 38 

101 Incidental eipensee of Indian service in Oregon Teirl- 

tcwy 54,907 81 

101 Inddentsl expensM of Indian service In Ifew Heiloo. 55, 066 11 

301 KegDtlating treaties with Indians in Utah Territory.. 19, 118 46 
301 HegoUaUng treatiea with the Chlppewas, ratified in 

18(8 108 ii5 

341 HeKotiatlng with Chippewa Indians in Ulnnesota and 

msconsin, (exUngnlshing tlUe to lands) 1,974 30 

303 Holding oouocil with Blackfoot, Oros Ventre*, and 

other wild tribes of lodiaos tn Washington Teiri- 

toty 647 40 

303 AdJQ^ngdlfflcnltlesand preventing ontbreaks among 

iDdlansIn Oregon Territory 10,000 OO 

Carried forward 31,814,423 70 16,360,698 96 



74 EKCE1PT8 AND EXPEMDITUBES. 

General account of the receipta taui expenditures of the United 




Cwriod fonrud Jj >S11T, ITS.MO >6 



RECEIPTS ASD EXPKNDlTUfiES. Tf) 

Staies/oi- the f sad year ending June 30, 1858 — Continned. 
BT EXPENDrrPRES. 

Itronght forwftitl 4,S14,413 TO 86,360,6!» 96 

Pari. 

MJ pKrment of IbUlltiea t>t IndUn service in Oregon 

Territory 9ST JO 

MS Inanimnce, trnmportatioD, Ac, of uiDultles. gnods, 
ftc , to tha Indiui tribei in MlDneaota, MIctaigsa, 
Mid WiMoiuin 80,361 JO 

3tS Oampenntlon of three Bpedal agGnla and three Inter- 

pieten lor Inriiani of Teui IS, 3SB i6 

303 ColonliiiLg, inpportlng, &c., lodiaiu tn Teuu 77,604 92 

303 Bemo**! and sLibFltteiice oF lodluu in California to 

three military reaerratioai and to two additional 

military reaemUoDB 29,720 04 

3M Bemo¥al and auMsteoce of Indians of CaHfomla to 
the rceerratiuni of that Etat«, and for pay of phyd- 
ciana, amitha, mechanke, and laborerB at the reaer- 
TatioM 162,000 00 

SU SemoTal and mbalitence of Indiane in Oisgon Terri- 

. tory 80,000 00 

304 HemoTal and satelitenoe of IndiaDi of Waahington 

Territory 5S,0g3 00 

304 CullectinK etatlatica of Indian tribea 12,913 25 

a04 Collecting and Mtabliibing the Saathera Camaochen, 
Wichitawa, &c., on reaerraUonB aouth of the Ar- 
fcanaMrifer 1,000 00 

304 P^ment of anDalt:e* and tranaportatlon to certain 
Indian tribae. per treaty of Fort Lanmle of 8ept«m- 
ber, IT, 18S1 62,114 21 

304 Payment of phyitcians,tmlthi, carpenters, and labor- 
er* on tlie rtserTatloni In California 30,937 60 

304 Payment of inch Cherokee* aa were omitted in the 

canana taken by D. W. Kiler 1,188 17 

SOS Payment lor gooda borrowed by J. 8. Watrona and 

deatroyed by fire 4,136 03 

305 hyments to A V Brown and othem for raoaom of 

O. W. and H, Wilioo from the CamaDchea I,0OD 00 

305 Payment to EbiDwals or David King, of Ulcblgan... 100 00 

305 Extlngniahlng tiUe of Indian tribes to lands west of 

Ulssouri and Iowa 14,184 01 

SOS Barrey of Creek boundary 3,600 00 

SOS Snirejing and allotting to the proper petfona the re- 
serred trscta, per treaty with Sacs and Foiea of 

July IS, 1830 3,036 49 

30( Eorreying and marking Uie boundary of Choctaw and 
Chickasaw country, and completing the snrTey of 
Creek boondaiy 9,938 80 

306 Expense of rescnlDg priionen from Indian tribes 600 bO 

SOS CMopllatloa and completion of a map of the Indian 

Territories 203 89 

SOS Balance doe Creek Indians for toesea sustaineil darl'ig 

the last war with Qreat Britain 1,200 00 

3M Carrying into effMt the treaty with atockbridgei and 

Muiaees 11 00 

SOS StocksMdeemedanddneCherokees.treaty of 1836.. I8S.084 G6 

SOT Slock* Mdeemed and due Cherokee Khool fund, 1819 47,923 34 

3DT Btotb ndeamed and dne Dslawares, treaty of 1854.. 8,051 87 

SOT Slocks redeemed and dne lowaa 20,607 88 

307 Stocks redeemed and due Eaakaahlaa, PeorUs, Weas, 
36,683 8i 

Carried forward K, 684,619 90 16,360,698 96 



76 BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

Gmeral acootatl (^the receipts and expendUures (^the United 



TO BBCBIPTS. 
BKMight forwvd 117,175,610 >G 



Curled fcowMd ^. S117, IIB.SM II 



BECEIPTS AMD EXPENDITUEES 77 

&ate» for (he fiscal year ending June 30, 1868 — CoDtinued, 

BT EXPENDITDBES. 

Btoaght forwwd &,GBi,G!9 90 2G,3ea,G98 >S 

307 Beataring and nuklnteloiDg the peaceable dI«pa«itloa 

of the Indian trlbm on the pRcfflc 687 42 

SOT Brvtoiing and malntainlnf; peace with Indian tribes in 

WaahinKhmTerritoTj 55,500 00 

30T BMtoring and muntdning poooe with Indian tribu 

in OregOD TeTTitoij 267, OSt 32 

SOS BMtd from Fort Esanir to Catifbnila 110,914 76 

SOS Boad from El Pbbo to Fort Tnina 66,619 16 

SOS Boad from Flatte t\yet to Knnning Water ri*er 18, SSO 00 

SOS Rnad from Fort Bldglej to the South PaM of the 

Bockj monntuns . 3, fiflS 69 

30« UedalsfbTlDdlaochieb 3,000 00 

301 Belief of Mark and Bichaid H. Be«> 14,800 00 

309 Belief of Siuan Good; and othen 1,992 62 

S0» Relief of WUliam B. Trotter 1,680 00 

3M Belief of the legal lepreaeDtatirea of David Haj, de- 

Mued 2,562 36 

0,210,684 13 

Tnaa which deduct ezoMi of repajmeDta bejond 
expeoditatea, and repaTmenta where there are no 
expenditmta ; 

ISS Kav; petuioD fond 1,394 84 

296 Faiaillng treatiei with the Umpqnaa, 

Cow Cieek baud 12S 43 

115 Fnlfilling treatlea with the UmpqnM 

1,146 *4 



2,434 72 



Ac.. 

309 FalfllUog tnaUe* with tiie Pawneea . TIB 4S 

309 Hegotlatiag tceatiea with Indiana in 

Oregon 1,606 70 

309 NegotUtlag treatiet with tha Bogne 

Hirer and Cow Creek band of Ump- 

qna Indiana IS 58 

309 Inmirance and tiaiupoitalionof BUna- 

itiea to Indian tribes in Oregon 1,207 18 

310 Payment to the Cherokee nation of 

3724,603 37, and Interect at Ore 

peTCent.fromJune,ie3S,iintiIpaid llfl 48 

310 Prraenta to band* oT Pneblo Indiana 

InNewMeiko 32 S4 

310 Additional amoont paid for tnbaiit- 

ence laproper]]r charged to treatf 

fond SO 18 

310 Canjing out treaUea with Ottoea. 

HinoDitaa, itaUwarea, Omahaa, 

Iowaa.fto 2,165 02 

310 Payment to Pottawatomie* for cam 

• * -"■ 17 50 



Canied forward •11,42115 1,210,584 13 29.310,608 



1^310, 608 95 



RECEIPTS AND EXPESDITURE8. 
General accourU of the receipts and expenditures of the Unittd 

TO BECGIPTB. 
bonght formed. 117,116,620 SC 



CwrieaibrwMa $ll7,n6>6M »< 



BECEIPrS AND BXPESDITUHEa. 79 

Staieafor the fiscal year ending June 30, 1858 — Cootiniied. 
BT EXPENDITDRE'J. 



B.oDght fanrHd...... 

910 BemoTsl and labtlateDce of Potlk- 
WKtomleB of Indiana 

310 PrtMCTTatioa of peaa with lodlaat of 
CalUbmU 

310 ExpeuM of California ■apetintand- 

310 TianaifOrtaUon of annnitlei, goodi, 
&c, to the Sioux of Hlsdmippi ... 

310 ^rmeat of acconnta of GoTcroor J. 
P. Qalna and C. H. Walkar for ex- 

310 Clark hira, ofioe tent, fuel, dtatlonerr, 
kc., for saperintendent of Inaian 
mtfain in Or^on . . 



11,41119 «,110,S84 13 IS.SSO.MB 95 




311 Pay of the amiT 3,884.617 13 

314 SnbdileiKe of the artuf 1,592,370 47 

3\» SoUlllcnoeof oOicen 911, Ot« Ifl 

319 QdjirtennwteT'l department 1,779,782 81 

SIS laddeittal expetuea of quutermftEter'i department .. 65S,496 11 
319 TtwuporUtion and soppUea In qnaitennaiter'i de- 

pariment 591 03 

319 TraoapoitatloD of offlcen' baggage 100,774 23 

333 Traivpartation of Uteannj S,4T4,0:i0 G9 

335 Forage 131,361 18 

336 aothing 895,941 76 

337 Pajment Id lien of clothing for officers' nrvanta .... 47 , 49 1 8S 

338 Ezpenaei of recmitinK 106,170 88 

343 Hedlcal and hoapital department 117,671 65 

347 Bwracki, qnarlera, Ac 663,021 DO 

349 Contidgeades of the army 20,769 60 

350 Ordnance terrloe 163,887 IS 

3St Ordnanoe, ordnance iilorea, and rapplles ... 261,632 34 

363 Artnaoieat of forUficationt 310,819 03 

353 ContiogenciM of rortlScatlona 32,608 01* 

353 Haiin£unare of anot at the nallonal armorie* 345,000 00 

353 F^j of dvil superintendenlB at the nalioQal aimutlei- 4, 375 00 

353 Bep^n, &c, at Harper's Feiry armoTj 18,000 00 

354 Bepain, Ac, at Springfield armory 139,000 00 

354 Anenala »9,746 80 

354 Putchate of boTMB for diagooni 347,869 13 

355 ArminK lud equipping the militia 353,330 Z9 

366 Pay of officeni. ouleta, ftc, at West Point 96,2^3 26 

356 Rabaiatence of oQicere, &c., at West Point 3,509 20 

356 Cnrrentaad ordinary expeosea at West Point 35,276 00 

356 Forage for artillery and cavalry norees at West Point 8, 140 00 

356 Increaae nod expense of library at We«t Point 1,500 00 

356 ExpenMCf Board of Visitors at Weat Point 3,000 00 

356 Fnmitura for boaplUI for cadets at West Point 250 00 

3JS pQbllc clock at WcatPulnt 700 00 

356 Purcbaaeof bell and moaDiii.g the same with tbi'clock 

•tWertPoint 800 00 

Carried forward (19,209,008 57 33({^^^|l^ 



80 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDBES. 

General account of the receipts and expenditurea of tie Dnited 



TO RECEIPTS. 
Brought fOrwwd. . 




IIT, ITS.SIO »8 



Curled forwMd.. 



.. •117,1T6,&» H 



BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 81 

States for the fiscal year ending Jvne 30, 1858— Cootinned. 

BY EXPKNDrruEES. 



Brought rorwmid 10,109,000 57 92,958,733 43 

SiT Bamcfca for dngocoi deUchment at Weat Point 5,000 00 

35T BklasUc ■ppannw for giiD pendulum «t W««( Point.. GOO 00 

357 Bep^nof officen' quarten at Wert Point 500 00 

35T IfcMleU lor ATBI17 deputmeot a West Point 1,000 00 

3S7 TargetB uid Intteriea for MrUller; exerdse at West 

Print 200 00 

357 (huplpM, gMMnetem, and retoHa ftt West Point 7, fiOO 00 

351 Tbree montba' extra pay 1, 107 00 

357 Port Knox, ftUlne 61,000 00 

35T Fort Wornm, UavachusettE 19,674 IS 

158 Fort Independence, MtuBftchiisetts 61 48 

358 Fort Adwois, Bhode bluid 15,009 00 

358 Fort Montgomet7, I^ke Champtun, Ncir York 45, GOO 00 

35S Fort KingHB, (repsln.) New YbTk 1,579 00 

353 Fort Schnjler, New York 36,000 00 

35« Fort Richmond, New York 116,341 03 

358 Fbrt ColnmbuB nnd CaMle WUlikm, New Yoik 4,500 00 

358 Fort Hamilton and whnrf, New York 19,688 74 

35« Fort Delaware, Delaware 180,000 00 

359 Fort Carroll, Maryland 151,468 89 

359 Fort Calhoun, VirglnU 74,952 00 

359 Fort Monroe. Virginia 17,000 00 

359 Fort Wlothrop, Maeeachoeetta 30,000 00 

359 FoH Pnlaaki. Qeorgia !8,000 00 

359 Fort Jackson, (repain,) Georgia 17,600 00 

359 FortMacon, (repair*,) NortbCaroltna 7S 60 

359 Fon Moultrie, (preservation of dte,) Sonth Carolina-. 1,600 00 

359 Fort Snmpter, Soath Carolina 36,000 DO 

359 Fort Barrancas, Florida 3«,S27 00 

SCO Fort HcRea, Florida 11,348 DO 

3SD Fort Clinch, entrance to Cumberland Sound, Florida. 65, 000 00 

360 Fort Jeffemn, at Qarden Kej, Florida 300,000 DO 

36D Fort Taylor, at Key West, Florida 200,000 00 

360 FortQainei, Dauphin iilaod, Alabama 107,000 00 

360 Fort Morgan, (repairs.) Alabama 22,013 61 

360 Fort St. Philip, LoDiilaca 2x,7O0 00 

360 Fort Macomb, Louisiana 7,001 00 

360 Fort Jackson, Loutriana 5,500 00 

361 FortUTfajgMon, LonlsUna 20,024 93 

361 Fortification* at Alcatrai Island. CallfomU 186.250 72 

3tl FoTtlfiotlonii at Fort Polot, California 348,709 94 

3(1 Fort Bcammel. (repairs) SB5 40 

361 FortU&yette, New York 6,000 00 

161 Fort MBdison, Maryland 15,000 00 

361 Fort Pickens. Florida 16,000 00 

361 Fwt Wood. New York 5,000 00 

36J Fort opposite Fort Bchnyler, New York 126,450 00 

362 Fort 00 site of Fort Tompkins, New York 20,600 00 

362 FortiScatioDs at entrance of Kennebeck river, Miune. 1 , 000 00 

361 FortUcaUons at Bog Island ledge. UalDG 19,000 00 

161 FortificaUoiu at entrance of New Bedford harbor 81,500 00 

361 FortiAeations at Sandf Hook, New Jersey 70,000 00 

361 FortlflcatioDsforderenoeofinner pasaesIntoUobilebav laa 00 

362 Fortification of Ship Island, coast of tbg HiieisaippI .. 16,000 00 

361 Military defences (.f Proctor's Landing, Louiiiaoa 37,831 40 

362 UtgaidDe at Ji^n^noo Rkrracks 15,000 00 

Carriedfbrward $21,815,826 70 32,66B,7:a43 

6k '^^'J}^' 



RECEIPTS Aim EXPENDITURES. 
General actxmtU <^ the receipta mtd etrpendiiurea (^ the VhUed 



TO BBOEIPTS. 
Bronglit fcnrard... 



HECEIPTS ASD EXPENDITOEES. 83 

StcUes/or tkejiaooi year ending June 30, 1858 — Continued. 

BT EXPENDtniRlB. 
Brought forward. 11,825,611 TO 32, MS, 733 43 

3CS Pnrcbue of beat braecb-loadlnf rifles (1,389 TO 

363 Cuinrin fur aeacowt defence . 

363 Testing gun metot for hoavy cannon 15,800 00 

363 PnichUB of gunpowder for the Padfle ooMt 84,973 SI 

363 Bktrackifor the western frontier 604 57 

363 Bebailding barracki at C»rMe, Pennqrlvanla IT, 968 99 

364 Bep^n, ftc, of bHiracki, qn&ttera, be., at forta not 

occupied by troopi 3,600 00 

364 Bwrackaand qnaitersat Fort Atkinson ................. 

364 Road from Point Dooglss to Falls of St. Lonis 28,024 60 

364 Boad rrom Point Donglu to Fort Oalna, {now Fort 

Bipley) 4,<»S 00 

361 Boad from Tsos to Santa Fd, New Hexloo 9.3IT It) 

356 Boad from Santa Fi! to DoOn Ana 8,061 30 

3(5 Boad from a point on the Uissourl riTer. opposite the 

dtj of Council BIuDb, to Fort Keamy, Territot; of 

Nebraska IT, 000 00 

365 Boad from Afltorla to fialem, Oregon 10,000 DO 

366 Boad from the Orrat Palls of the Mluovii river, it) the 

■ftrrilory of Nebraska, to the road from Walla- Walla 

bi Puget'sSound 30,000 00 

365 Boad from the Falls of St. Anthony to Fort EUdgley, 

Minnesota Territoiy 4.760 00 

365 Boad from Fort BIplej, by Crow Wing river, to the 

main road leading to the Redrirer 6,941 76 

365 Boad from Fort Union to Santa Ftf 16,000 00 

3E5 Boad from Gecalote to Albuquerque 10,000 00 

3E6 Boad from Canada to AUquea 6,000 00 

366 Boad from Uyrtle cieek to Camp Stoait, in Bi^ue 

RiTCT Taller 30,000 00 

365 Road from If yrtle creek to Soottsburg 30,000 00 

365 Boad between Fort bteituMom and Bellingliam bay, 

Washington TerritoT7 38,000 00 

365 Beopening a communication between Albemarie sound 

and Atlantic ocean, formerij construction of a 

breakwater across Croatan sound. North Carolina.. 3, 310 IB 

366 Improvement of Caps Fear ilrer. North Carolina 3,000 00 

366 ImptoTcment of Rock river and Des Hoinea rapids... 71 69 

365 IminoTing ths Kennebec river 133 71 

365 Continuiog the improvement of the navigatfoo of the 

Hudson river 69 00 

366 Removing obstructions in the fiBvaimah river....... 44,000 00 

3C6 Bepain and ccoUugenciFB of harbors 8 10 

36« Survey of railroad from the Mississippi to the Pacific. 1, 975 94 

366 unitary and geographical eurvejs west of the Hhsls- 

slppi 177 00 

3(6 Sorreyi for military defancas of the sea and inland 

frontier 67.078 87 

3(7 Sorvey of northern and northwestern lakes 66,000 00 

3(7 PriDltug charta of lake surveys 6,896 00 

3(7 Ponton bridge train, repsin of...... S84 00 

357 DeUware breakwater 133 10 

367 Bepairing piers and improving harbor of Newcastle, 

Delaware 115 88 

3CT Deepenkig dianml of St. Hsry's dv r, Michigan 49,000 t>0 

368 Deepen iog channel over ht. Clair flato, Ulcblgan .... 44,000 00 

Carried forward 822,481,(98 00 31,668,733 43 



BECEIFTS AHD EXPENDITUBES. 

Oeneral aaxnaU oftht receipts and eccpendUures of the Dhited 



TO BECEIFTS. 
Bronghtfonraid.. 




117, 1TB, 610 B« 



Cani«d fonraid tllT,m,&IO RG 



BECBIPTE AND EXPBNDITUEES. 85 

States/or ike fiscal year ending June 30, 1858 — CoDtiniied. 

BY EXFOTDirnBES. 

Bronght fonrard 2!,481,698 00 3S,65B,T33 13 

3<S ImpioTetDent of AtspacoiiTor 43,000 00 

3SB Removing olHtrnctiont in mooth of HlnlHippi river. 138, SOO 00 
3SS Improvement of Dea Koines n^di, Id the HlMlaaippl 

river 41,011 90 

SfiS CcMwtrncUon of harbor on esit fide of Be«d]r ialuid.. 12& 9T 

368 Dome of Uie Cft^tol of the United Btatea 118,000 00 

3f8 Armory for the mUiU^ of the Dlitrict of Cotnmblft.. ID, llE 04 

368 EitsndtmofUieCKpitol of the United States 890,000 00 

368 Continuing the Wubington aqneduct 945,038 99 

369 Exlcnmon of the Oeneial Port Oflke bnUJinK 330,000 00 

369 I^j of four oompanlee of rolnnteen called out 1^ 

lieut. Col. Wuhington 21 70 

369 Fky of TDloDteen 1,491 33 

369 Fay of Ave oompanlea of Teiaa mounted volimteen.. 1,940 SI 

369 I^ of lix oompaniea of Taiat volnnteeiB undet Gen. 

Smith B40 70 

370 Arraangea of pay due Captain UcRea'i oompany of 

TlrginUvolDDteen -. 49 U 

369 Arrearageiof pay of volnnteera in Black Hawk war.. 74 50 
310 Trarelling allowance to vol nat«en 8,742 18 

370 I^ymenla to raoonted riflemen, volnnteeri under 

Captain J. C Fr6mont lo 1846 6,497 23 

370 Bepronng Seminole hoemlUa 8,000 00 

370 levanting and fuppraring Indian hostilities ... 16,113 80 

370 Refnndlng to the Stale of Oalifomia expenae* incnrred 
in nq>preadng Indian hoetlllties prior to January 1, 

1864 19,03fi 70 

370 Fay and npplies of tuounted and foot oompanie* of 

Florida volnDtaerg 2,409 21 

3TI HUitaiy oontribnUonc in Mexico 6,628 76 

373 Anearegea prior toJnlyl, 1815 1,367 46 

373 Atreanga prior to 1817 49 81 

371 PnrcbMe and repun of inatrumenta for coipe of topo- 

grifihieal engineen 13,239 73 

373 PnrchaMorcameli 762 49 

373 Printing book of tactica 1,183 98 

373 Coatiagent expenaea of the adjatant genenl'a dq«rt- 

ment . . . 406 00 

373 Oompectfatloa t4 clerk and menenger In office of com- 
manding general 2,000 00 

373 Contingent eipeneet of office of ootODiandiiig general. 300 00 

373 Continuing experiment of sinking artetlan wells 39,166 2S 

373 Fkyment of dvll officers of the Territory of New 

Mexico 87 69 

374 Bitra pay of ofGoers and men comprising eaoort to 

Mexkan boondury commiidonen 80 74 

374 Fxpenaesof the Bogne Blver Indian war 6,039 09 

374 forage, tniu^iortaUon, &c., of six companies of New 

Mexico volnuteen and spy company nndv General 

Oarlasd 33,144 72 

374 hy, rabaliteaee, Ac, of ilx compaalea of ITew Mexloo 

volonteera anderOeoeral Garland ..... 3,250 21 

374 ntymenttadiBcIuTgedsoldiertfoTclothlngiiotdrawn 3,811 73 
S75 PnrduMe of itoTea fOT officers and sotdhtn* qnaiters . 10,000 00 

375 PnnAaseof Iota, Ac., at Harper's Feny 16,000 00 

379 PmdiaaeofgioiiiidadJacenttoWasUi^UMarsenal.. 78,109 77 



Carried forward.. 



!6, 273, 117 24(^3|2^&58,7S3 43 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 
Gmertd account <^ the receipts and enpendUures of the United 

TO BBCEIPTS. 
Bwraght forwMd 117,176,620 96 



Cuiiwl fonnrd.. 



«U7,175,MO 9« 



K7,175,M 



BECEIPT8 AND EZPSNDITnBES. 87 

Btaieafor ihefitetd year ending June 30, 1858 — CoBtinued. 

BT BXPENDITDBBS. 

Bronght Ibnwd S5,tT3,lZ7 34 32.558,733 13 

»»■ 

SI6 Machinerj, tools, Ac., for bu ftnenal of «oiiitnictt«a 

Bt FajetbiTilla, North Cuolliia 17,000 00 

ST& Buncki, qouten, aod hoaplUl tX Fort Columbus, 

New Yoi* U,000 00 

3Tj Porchue of addtUoiutl laud for site of Fort Fnmpklns 42, 3O0 00 

376 FUtfumiBlbTmodenicuiDoiiiDfortific&tiaiuc^hHbcin 18,B00 00 

376 Toirer Dapre, repain, &c., LoDisisna . .... 1,6SS 00 

376 Bepalra of bridge OTCT CanDon rlTBT 1,997 50 

S76 B^Min of biid({e over Hill creek. Old Poiot Comfort. 800 00 

375 Bottdsand bridges for the use of anniee in the Held.. .... 

376 CootinQliig the topographical and hydrogr^ihical mr- 

Te; of the delta of the Hisdsdppi 

376 Impiovement of the harbor of Habile, Alabama ... ..... 

3TG CoQtiiiQiiig and repairiog the breakwater at Burling- 
ton, Vermont ............ 

377 Continntng the Improveiieiit of the harbor of Oak 

Orchard creek, I^e Ontario, New York 

377 Settlement of expenses Incumd \>j the militia called 

into service in the Territory of New Mexico bj 

Acting Oovemor Mess e rvey 23, 115 41 

317 ^jment of commiseioneTB on military expeneee ia 

Oregon 11,811 41 

377 Settl^MDt of aoconnt between Uaryland and the 

UnitedStates 275,170 23 

377 To cany oat contract with Jean B. Ferribault and his 

wifa 12,000 00 

377 Belief of Jolin Tucker 148 48 

378 Belief of Wfaltemonh B. Seabrook and othen 69,821 70 

379 Belief of WiUlam KendaU 403 97 

379 BeliefofWUliimL. Davidson and others 2,160 00 

3B0 Bellri' of Capt&in J, P. Hatch 810 00 

380 Belief of the lei^ representatives of Capt^ J, H. 

Wh'pple, (deceased) 234 59 

380 Belief of James Edwards and others 4, Gil 32 

380 Belief of AtonsaJt RIbridge Q.Colby 2,602 11 

380 Belief of Hrs. Harriet . Beid, execntrix of Brevet 

Colonel A. C. W. Fanning 1,250 00 

380 Belief of Susanna T. Lea, widow and admlnlsbatrix 

c^ James Hsglenon, deceiised 130 00 

set Belief of Dr. Thomas Antimll, act Jane 8, 1858 274 65 

386 Belief of John 8. Joues and WUlism H. Busaell, act 

July 29, 1864 390 48 

386 Belief of the heln of William Easby 82 62 

380 Belief ofJohn Mc. Hclntosh 164 00 

25,784,971 71 

^om which dedoot exceaa of repaymenta beyond 

expenditures, and repayments where there are no 

expenditures: 

342 Bsi^ngfoDraddltlonalrc^iaeDts... 33,252 06 

356 Forage of officer*' hones at West Point 306 15 

363 Barracks on the Bepnbllcaa fork of the 

Kansas 10,971 W 

364 Barracks and qnartera at UlnnesoU 

river 1,*9T U 

Cknied forward M6,027 03 25,784,971 71 32,55B,'t33 <S 



88 



VECEIFTB AND EXFEKDITUEES. 
Oeneral account of the receipta and rxpendUwra of the United 



TO BECEUTS. 
Brongbt forward 



. 117,175,620 9C 



HECEIPrS AND EXPENDlTUREg, 89 

8tatea/or iktJUcal year ending June 30, 1858— Continaed. 



BY EXPENDirURES. 

Biongbt forwud «6,0!T OS 1S,7S4,9T1 7132,508,733 «3 

Pifb 

364 Snrrcji with armtet In Uto field 197 i2 

369 Pay of TexH voluntMra under Qta 

Brcx>ke 163 SS 

371 Hezicaa ho*tlIities «A,977 40 

37T Bep^ring the pien in Qxeat Sodiu 

bay. New York 10 89 

381 Bemoaotiog thu four oompanlei of 

light »rtiller7 1,129 18 

381 BArtacklHt Port TowBon 937 67 

381 BoadfWitnUeadoUtoBiKBioaiHTer 21 00 

381 bUTTcjlDK and opening the tniUUrj 

nad on tfae wertein frontier 4,446 09 

381 Survey for harbor of SdtDate 87 B6 

381 Bepaliitie the pablic work* at Little 

E^gHarbor 942 76 

381 laprovement of the Ohio river, in- 

clndlng dBu), &c 10 OS 

381 CoDFtmctloD and repair of mag boats, 

dredge boats, diichiugiDR' (cows, 

&c., ft>r Ohio, Ultalnippl, HiKond, 

Arhanm. and other western rivers. 61 84 

381 Sarrej of the Trinity river 1,B17 11 

381 Improvementof theoavigatlonof the 

CoiondoTfTer 182 86 

381 Surrey of the Pan Aatoalo river 4168 

3SS BepaJring the breakwater at Hyannis 

harbor 47 24 

382 Snrrey in reference to a bre«kwater 

at&iBtDeani« 1,492 43 

332 Sarvey of l^unton river and New 

Bedford harbor 49 79 

382 Preflcrralion of Oieat Woodi Hole 

harbra 17 24 

3S2 ImprovemeDt of the Ohio river below 

the fUli ; of the Ulnlnlppi, Hii- 

Kmrt, &e 27 90 

382 ft. a wall, harbor of llufUo, New York 43 62 

381 Improvement of harbor of Oiwego, 

New York 4 S9 

382 niyof eleven regiments of volunteers 108 18 

382 n^y of Texas mounted rangers .. 906 39 

382 Survey of ship canal across peninsula 

of Florida 75 *« 

382 DefeaeeofSan Fiandeoo, CalUbmia. 13 IS 



383 Pay of the navy 3,628,879 61 

38S Clothing of the navy IIO, 3M IS 

367 Provimou for the navjr 941,907 80 

388 Pay of eaperintendenta 110,216 03 

389 SnrgeODi' neoeaMrie* ... 2G.84S SB 

389 CoDtlngent expenses 929,064 4S 

391 Increase, repair, annament, and equipment of Uiu 

navy S,42I,8«9 25 

Carried forward 19,069,139 84 6B,23T,8S6 06 



90 EECEIPT8 AKD EXPENDITDBBa. 

Generid oooounf ^ the receipts and ecependtturea (^ the United 

TO BECE1PT8. 
teragUfonrMil 117,175,510 9G 



BECEIPTS AND LXPENDITUBES. 91 

Slattt/or thefiaeal year ending June 30, 1858— ConUnued. 

BY EXPENDITUSES. 

Brought rt^wMd S,0fi9,139 84 &8,IST,855 OS 

39S 61z flrat claw itekin frigates aGx,932 41 

394 PIto »loopK)r.WM 4T2,880 96 

3M BtaunmulwiTke 885,323 10 

394 Naval Acwiamj 43,731 « 

394 ytrjjtaAat Portamonth, New Ham)»hlre 91,988 86 

395 N»v jard at Boatan. MaB«acliuBetti 382,U9t 77 

393 Navj jard at New York. New York 880,667 18 

S95 NaTj jardat Philadelphia, PeanarlVMiU 8S.401 80 

396 N«»y jardatWashlngtuacltT. D.C 200,M1 95 

39B Na»y yard at Norfolk, Virginia S64,T03 26 

398 Nav7 jatd at PeDMcnlft, FloriHa 174,462 13 

397 Navy raid at Hare islaad, CaliforoU 355,170 73 

S9i Rann and nillwajr In Califorala 6.732 19 

S9T Hagaxi-e at PortunoDtb, New Hampahire 18,434 67 

397 Magarine at Boatwi. Maanchiuetts 2,01S 00 

397 UagailBe at New York. New York 36,224 34 

397 Hagadne at Philadelphia, PeDDKflvania 8,9ST 67 

398 Maffajdne at Waahingtoa dty. D. C 6,359 16 

39S Hafraiiaa at Norfolk, VirgluU 3t,036 44 

39H Uagaiine at PenMCola, Florida 621 86 

S98 Ma^amneaiMare IdaDd.Califomia 99,300 00 

39B Ho^rital at Button, Maam hutrtta 11,836 S3 

S98 HoapiUlatMew Yutk, New York 24,310 93 

398 Hoapltal at Philadelphia, PeDiuflTania 7,221 66 

399 Boairftal at Norfolk, Vii^nia 18,980 00 

399 Hoapital at PoDwcoIa, Florida 8,997 33 

399 Narr hoapitil fand 8,600 60 

399 Par uf the marine oorps 564,733 60 

400 PTOTiiioiu for the marine corpi 61,A31 00 

400 Clothing for the marine curpi 65,394 61 

401 Fnol for the marine cot» 20,333 99 

401 Military atorei' for the nutrloocorpe ..... 9,000 OO 

401 lYaniportatioD and recruitioft the maflae corpa 12, 006 90 

401 Bepairaof barrackB, &c.. for the marine oorpt 8,000 00 

401 Contingent expeoaes of the marine corpt. 32,606 00 

401 Harine harrackl at Peiuacola. Florida 30.63T 15 

401 SeanA after the Arctic expedition 7,530 57 

401 PDblkation of the American Nantical Almaitac 19,263 66 

403 Utitforological obeervationa 1,500 00 

403 PmchaaeaDdTepaireof nanticnil inslramentH. ....... 15,614 SI 

403 Frintiog and pubtiahing Sailing Dlrec;lana 4,037 00 

403 Pobllcuimiof Wind and Current Charte 5,311 97 

403 Contingent expeniea and wugt-a Id Obaervatory and 

Hrdrographical Office 9,779 09 

403 PabliablDg charts, Ac., of U Plata river 22,251 80 

404 Teatiog imprOTemenb in BteUD bolleiv 1,673 32 

404 Testing narfal Invention! and diaooveriei 921 80 

404 MeslMD boaUllUei* 1,607 64 

464 PriaemooeytocaptrmdnriDgthewarwith Hexko.. 6,000 00 

404 Annlog and maanlng tbe ordoaoce ihip Plymouth .. 12, 891 86 

404 F]ay4rfdron«d aaral olRoen 8.5S0 00 

404 Arranging ^leclmenaof natural biitory... 8,071 43 

W EzpkiTBtlon of tbe Parana and tribotsrie* of tbe Para- 

gnayriver 1,614 3S 

406 Na(»l depot at BIythe liland 130,479 48 

m Dry dock at Paniaoola, Florida 

Carried forward 914,018,708 94 U,~U7,^(i3 OS 



RECEIPTS AND EXPEND1TDRE8. 
General account of the receipfs and expenditures of (he United 



TO RECEIPTS. 
Broaght forward 117,175,620 96 



CkniBdfbrwMd y$ll7,lI8.6M 96 



BECEIPTS AND BXPENDITUBES. 93 

Sialtefor thefiacai year ending June 30, 1855 — ContiDued, 

BT SXPENDITUHES. 

Bnraghtlbnwd U,018,T0B H G8,23T,SSS OS 

Pif.. 

4H Dt7 dock ftt Portimonth, New Hunpahlre 

Wi ExtiB pkj to officcra and quid employed oa tba Pacific 

cowt !8,ns 13 

i05 CompcDntion to clerks in the United Statet Haral 

Aatranomiol EzpeditloD 7TB C2 

40& ExploretlDn >ad TeriflcatloD of the •tUTeja of ^p 

cmnal near the Iithmiu of D*rl«ii 16,921 02 

405 Prixa mcoiey doo to HiomuBiuiiaiD. 214 89 

40C Benefitof the widow otComnMnder Wm L. Heradon T,BOD 00 

its Belief of th« widows end orpbMU of officen utd men 

lort in the United Statei abip Albnoy 2,Bfl: 60 

401 Belief of the widows sod orphsos of Uie officets and 

men lost tn the United Ststesship Bomers 144 00 

406 Belief of the torvlring officers of the nsvj of the 

Republic of Teus 16,000 00 

406 Relief or ThcmuH.TajloT 761 41 

406 Belief of Jamea He. Uclntoth 204 99 

406 Relief of Fabins Btanlejr fi44 10 

48T ReU*f of William Heine 4,BT5 14 

40T RelJEf of Bobert W Cnihmaa 884 91 

40T Belief of Oeoigiana H. Lewia C.OOO 00 

14,105,205 TS 

From wbicb deduct eiccM of repajments bejtood 
eipendltnret, sod repajments where there ore no 
eipeoditarM, tIi : 

402 fttcTeni' wai steamer 49,412 3S 

405 Books, maps, fte T6S 9G 

40T y»vT 7S[d St Sackett's Hsrbor, Hew 

York 82 40 

40T Coal depot at Key West, Florida 1S8 93 

40T 1>CT dock at Philadslpbts, Peniurl- 

Tkoia 1,5*1 !2 

61,941 OS 

14,063 264 64 

pmuo Dcn. 

258 Bedemption of United BUtes «to<^, loan of 1842.... 614,270 82 

158 Redemption of United Statrt stock, loan of 1846 26,400 00 

tSft Redemption of United Statea stock, loan of 1847 1,769,960 00 

160 Bedemption of United Slates stock, loan of 184S 1,435,900 00 

2(1 Redemption of United Stales Texan Indemnity slock. 28,000 00 

161 FremiDin on United SUtes stock, loan of 1842 6t, 427 OS 

2«2 Premiuiaoa United States stock, loan of 1847 281,592 00 

2*4 Prvminm on United States stock, loan of 1848 229,144 00 

165 Fremlnmon CnitedBtatesTexan indemnltyslock... 1,680 00 
2(5 I^jment of Interest on tbe pnbltc debt created since 

July 11, 1841 1,643,917 76 

2(8 Bcdemptlon of bounty land stock, under act of Feb- 

roar; 11, 1847 125 00 

I6B Interest on bounty land stock, under act of February 

11.1847 41 96 

J(8 BdmbmseineDt of ttessurj notes, per act of February 

14, 1815 6 00 



Csnled forward 16,083,163 62 71 



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General aeooitnt of (he receip'B and expenditures of the United 

TO BEi'EIFIS. 
Brought forward 117,175,510 96 



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BECEIPTS AND EXPEND1T0BE8. 95 

States for the Jiaoal year ending June 30, 1858 — Continncd. 
BY EXPENDITURES. 



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BroDgbt forward 6,083,153 tl 72,291,119 TO 

of treaiDr; notta, per kX of Jalj 22, 
1848 _ 360 00 

IS8 Beimboifenieiit of treamrj notes, pur act of January 

28,18*7 SaO 00 

1E9 PaTmeiit of treaaDrr QoUs, per 9th wcUon of act of 

Deoember 23, 1867 3,839,300 00 

ITD Pajin«iit of interMt on tnaanry ootea. per 9Ui aectlon 

of act of Deoamber 13, 1857 8,814 61 

no hTmcnt to ancb creditors of Texas at are compre- 

haided in the act of September >, 1850 39,317 47 



From which deduct an 
espendittiTea, tU : 
1(9 hkjment of lntere«t on treasury notes. 



9,771,786 60 



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$117,176,620 98 



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44T,BI9 14 

... 1,433,757 a 
... 1,433^707 » 
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l85T-'58. 
PATBIENTS FOB THE SUPPORT OF THE CIVIL LIST. 



LESIBI^TIVE OCPABTMENT. 



Fo Aibuij DicklM, Secretaiy Of the Senate $330,000 00 

Cbmpmtalkm mid mUtoft ^ rnanlmt i^tht tbut i^ R^raaO^ioa ani Mtgata. 

ToWUUaniM.ChoichweB !H 00 

Samuel GaMvj, TnatnreT of the United Btatei 1,160,000 OO 

SI, 160,114 00 



Coa^aiMi^ian 1^ At iiffian, dtrkt, ttt., rtceiviiy m tammt Ml«fj/ in tit untM <^ Iht SmaU. 
ToABbnry IMckUm, Secretary of the Senate *T8,T2t OS 

fimfoit^tm qf tilt ojieert, ela-tt, meftngtri, and Mtn. ramvai^ an aamuU latary n tit Jkuti tg 

To WilliAin Cnllom, late Clerk to the Honw of BepreuntaUves 33.096 fifl 

James C. AUen, Clerk of the Honse of Bepresentative* 47,644 63 

S)t0.T41 48 



coNnNOHn KtfiBus or the sucAn or thi nvmn WATia. 

For ilaliaatry/or Ot Senate q/' A< UnHtd Statf. 

To Aabury DIckitu, Secrettuy of the Senate $13,000 00 

Stoh/or the SauU tifiU Vmled SUIa. 
ToAabuiy Diddiw, Secretary of the Seuto 11,000 00 

XteellaKiotu ilmi for tht Senate 1^ the Vmltd StiM. 
ToltAnrj Dickina, Secretary of the Senate X!0, 000 00 

ytw^e^enfvr tiit feaaU <^ tht IMlxd SUdei. 
To A>bary DIckliu, Secretary of tbe Senate 13,000 00 

CUrke to iiiwwiftm tfid Prtiidtnt pro Umpare, iraughltnm, metmngrt, pagte, lokrorr, putlic horiei 
and earryaOtpjr the Smat* ^ Ott UnHid Stale: 

lk> Aalniry IMcklns, Secretary of the Senate $36,9SS 10 

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98 BE0E1PT8 AND EXFENDITDBES. 

185T-'68. CIVIL LIST. 

Bmimg/or tht SouOt i^lht Vniltd SlaUt. 
ToAsbui; DickiQi, Secretary of the Senate $50,000 Off 

LHhograjAing imf mgtaxaigfor Iht Staale <^ tht Vnittd Slata. 
To Asborj DJckiDB, Secretary of tbe Seoftte $4S,000 OO- 

Omgrttiional OUbt, and binding Iht tani, /or Ihe Stnal* iff lit Uniltd SW«. 
To ABburyDickiaa, Secretary of the Senile S39, 812 00 

Binding, hthognplung, and tngtatiag for tht Senatt qf tht Unilrd Suu». 

To A«bnry Kcklns, Secretary of the Kenate ITS, GG9 M 

JwnesC. McGuire SG,94T 7& 

JohnCaMin 6,391 00 

CuttUB. Graham -■ 186 0» 

SI23, 391 39' 

Rrporling pTBCftdingi fw At Stnalu/ Oa Uniltd SaUi, 
To AsbarylMckiiu, Secretary of the Senate llfi.OOO 0» 



f\ui, od, and candle»/or thi Ham t/f fitpnxnlitiim. 

ToWtlliamCullom, late Clerk of the House of Bei^eaentntiTe* 3,9SG 24 

JameiC. Allen, Clerk of the Hoaee of BepresentaUves 6til I» 

M,64« 43 

Barta, tttrriagti, and laddlt tuTia/or tie JZnue ^ JIifTwatfHlnw. 

To William fullom, !at« Clerk of the Hooee of Bepresenlativea 3,851 14 

James C. Allen, Clerk of the Hou»e of Bepresentatlvee 3,115 S6 

S7,oao OO 

NoBipapirt/or lit Bout <4 flyrii wliitiiw i. 

To WllUam Cullom, late Clerk of the House of RepreMntativet 1, SSS IS 

James C. Allen, Clerk of the Huuee of BepreBentatiwe 13,634 TT 

»is,aoi> OO 

/br laharm <if the Eoiae q/' S/prtientatitti. 

To William Cullott, late Clerk of tbe House of Beprewntatives 1,676 62 

James C. Allen, Clerk of the Hotue of BepreMotatjvee 1,323 38 

$3,000 OO 



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lesT-'sa. CIVIL list. 

Sataria of Q^Uel poUa qf Ou BiMii i^ H^rofnMktt. 

To Uraiiam Cnllom, Ute Clerk of the Honse of B^reuntatiTei 4,tSi Iff 

Junta C. Allen, Cleik of the Bouse of KepreBentAUves 3, I&8 13 

t7, 642 2» 



fir a iraitgkm^aBdrUr1ai^foat]»mapitfau])t^tlm>is,forlhtSm*t<^Bqin»uiaUvit, mute- 
the ntotution of Mas 4, liiB. 

To JAinesC. Allen, Clerk of the Honse of HepreHentatlvei $285 30 



Tb rqilact the uctn wlaawi and allot ijf Iht aplcraig apeiitum itatrm/ei by Ou burning (^ tht Litrary, 
and ff Iht plata and vthtr pnpirig itatrcyaf bg Vu firt in Ph^adtlpha, indudinf bhidii^. 

Toll. NooTM, ag«Dt of the Joint Ubniry Committee of Congreea........ t5,0I0 75 

Engmving, dtdn^/ping, tad lilhBgraphing Jbr tkt Haurt t^ Rrprttenlativti, 

To WHlUm Cnltom, l&te Clerk of the Boom of BepresMitatiTes 1G2,9S0 5St 

JanieaC. Allen, Clerk of the Bouie of Bepreeentativei 39,664 M-. 

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PofU and maU hogt. Holm <f R/prttenlaUva, 

To WUllain CoUom, Itt« Clerk of the Boate of BepreBentatiTCs 1,02S 36 

jMDetC. Allen, Clerk of the Houbo of BepreseiibitlTes 6,551 64 

Se,580 00. 



FtldiMg fam wwte, indading poji tf jMtn, /Ming paper, bemt asd paM, for iht ibvw ^ E^rt-- 



To William Cul lorn, late Clerk of the Bouse of BepresentAtWee 32,949 AS 

JameaC. Allen, Clerk of the Boiue of Eepresentativei 27,282 es 

t«0,lS2 3S 

Smding doeitraenttfor the Eimtt ^ AeprMeMalti'M. 

To William Cnllom. late Clerk of the Bouse of Representatives 101,000 0» 

Janes C. Allen, Clerk of the Honie of Representatives 95,656 42 

fl96.55S 42 



that havt btm, or may bt made, under tht ailommca authoriitd by the Mmie of Rrpn 
iBilativet durhm Ihi 34tA Ofagrat, per ^ mtion if act of Hay 4, 1S5H. 

t C. AlleD, Clerk of the House of Repreaentatives $52,316 63 



100 RECEIPTS AND EXPENOITDBE8, 

185T-'6a. CIVIL LIST. 

dtrkt on land map; tUrlu to toimMm, and a lmp«nBy da* M tlit offim qf At CUrk i)f lAt Bauae 

To William Cnl lorn, lata Clerk of the House of RepieaeDtfttlvea U.T71 SB 

JtunBiC. AUen, Clerk of the Houie of R«pTG«enUtiTM — 16,612 36 

»33,3SS 94 

Ei^ratutg napi, 4t., i^iutvtgtfiir lit Pacific raiboad, pit act ^ Mof li, 1S56. 

To Junes C. Allen, Cleik of the Houk of Represent&tiveB 13,406 12 

Aiburjr Dickins, Secretory of the Senate 19,000 00 

332,406 12 

SlalioHOy/or the Houte t/ RtfMUnlalivti. 

To WiUlun CnllODi, late Clerk of the House of Repremitatlvea 18,000 00 

jHoetC. Allen, Clerk of the Houm of BepreBentatiTea 6,000 00 

324,000 00 

MucfUtattaiu Hemt/ar Ihi Hmut ^ RtpraeOalim. 

To Willtam Cullom, late Clerk of the House of Repreaentatlves 21,000 00 

Junes C. Allen, Cleikof the House of Repreeentatires 76,000 00 

397,000 00 



Cbrnpauation qf ^atogr^/hen en^ploytd b<j Vit eMonulUa ^ tht Bam ^ AftnwnMnw, fv joinl 
rwiIulian«'JK9S4, 185B. 

ToFraociiH. Smith 1,000 00 

J, P. Sheridan 834 00 

J. J. McElhoneand Heni? 0. Hayes 800 00 

W.Blair Lord 844 00 

Jamei B. Bheridon 638 33 

34,116 33 



To pofi lltt drmghttman tmpioyti by the Comniilta on PubUc Oroundt and SuHdaigt i^ Om bco haua 
qf Oongrtu for draising, lie., famUlud, and maienlal ccpouM d^rayed by Ian diaiitg (Ac latl and 
premtl trnaoM 1^ Oxigrtit, per ad 1^ Jvn* 12, 18l>8. 

To Bandolph Coyle «5!8 00 

ForbindaigH ttfit* <f Qie Congrtuimid Okie and Afpmdix far tack mmber, lit-, i^tU Tif miiiiii 
34IA Omgrta. 

To William CnlloDi, late Clerk of the Houae of BepmentatlTes 38,328 76 

FarihtpaiiiaHffXKiooiiai^lheX^axd 10(A v^l/ana of th» Woriitf John Adami for the mm- 
icri •/ 1A« SXi Chngrta. 

To William Cullom, late Cluik of the Houce of BeprsMnUtives 3«3S 00 



BE0EIFT8 lin> EXFENDITTTBES. 101 

1857-'58. CIVIL LIST. 

?b »^^plif a i&Aiaiey in &t iqgtropriation for hooktfor tiumirri of At 33d Qmgrtu. 
ToWiUimm Cnllom, Ut« Clerk of tbe Rouse of BepreaentaUvee. tMO OO 



Tbaullt JbAnCiKnatojicy tolAtr^rarftrtq/'U^ Bnuellu vtual additional eorfpaualuia for r^ori- 
mg At tUbala 1^ the prtteHfation, ol tSOO «mA. 

To John C. BiTei, printer , $4,000 00 



Tb iaiamtfs the Otrt for uch uait M it mag hoot apmiei for inAi tmdtr a rttbtnticn qf On 
EauMt </ B^mtniatita 1^ Jalsf 7 ,IB56, and to auMt him, nadir laid raahiUm, lofimtiikte nA 
waitT and ddtgalt ^ Ox Haiim ^ R^rttmlatiBti vho Aaie ntf ienlo/ort raxned lit tamt, Ifc. 

To WIllUmCiiUain,Ute Clerk of ths House of IlepreMntBtivM 53,201 35 

JameaC. All«n, Gcik of the Hook of BepreeentetlTeB 6,(70 00 

«5B,6T1 36 



Ftrr pcptr njairtdfor jmtingjor (Ac £if Muiun of Qa 34(i Oongrtu- 
To Eeeaey, Wood ft Co., contTMiton for pftper.. tll.Ufl U 



Ar Cie c cw y b ti c H ^ Stt prmting hattcfort urdatd iy tit Smalt aad Bim*t qf Jt y rM Jif a ti BW, and 
paptrfor lit iaat,pir ad Marth S, I8ST. 

To Keener, 'Wood & Co., contaKtonfbr paper....... 44,011 BO 

H, V. Butler k Co do 8,400 00 

S. J. Uegugee do 13,818 18 

C'Omeliiu Wendell, public printer 30,834 H 

Sererler Tucker..:.... do 8,609 35 

A.O. P. Nlchohmn do 19,444 08 

8139,019 43 



Prinling nquirtdfor Sht id leaiai <jf iht Z*lh Omgrm. 

To CoTneliiH Wendell, pahlic printer 1,238 94 

A. 0. P. Nlchobon do 5,061 67 

86,260 61 



Paper Ttgidndfar lit priming <if tht\a tmion <^ tit 36lA Qmgiat. 

ToEeeney, Wood & Co., contracton fbr p^wr. 29,636 00 

a. J. lI««»rgoe do 61,686 97 

H. T. BnOeriCo do 19,248 00 

CortUft Bro do 23,620 00 

Qeorge H. LewU ...do.. 3,666 60 

8187,647 77 

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1857-'M. CIVIL LIST. 

pTinUng rtgrnnd/nr tht lit wukm <^ llu 35U Omgrttt, 

To A. 0. P. Nkliolson, public printer 3,441 30 

CoraelliM WandeU do 9,498 2S 

W. A.Hante do 29,957 89 

JametB-Stecdman..,. do 43,430 11 

•86,327 6C 

To JuncaC. Allen, Cleric of the Home of BeprewntaUTes $19,716 46 

FrmliBs i^ At Senati and BauK vf Sgtmmlatati tf Qi» SSJ mi 94lA Omgrmm. 

To Beverley Tucker, pablk printer 9,287 17 

A. 0. P. Nk;ho]son,.do 18,888 3* 

Cornelkia WendeU...do J9,337 49 

SG7,308 00 

F»T fi^ f«r printing 1^ Ou SenaU and Hvuti i^ Btproalalau <^ iluiZd and SUh Omgrffm, ad qf 
March 11, 1868. 

T-oKeeaey, Wood t Co., ooHtracton for paper. 66,461 M 

%lTMt«r J. Hega^ea do 29,645 87 

H. V. Bntler do 8,002 26 

•103,999 97 



fbrprmUng ordertd bg UuSeuOe and Book i/ S^rmailataia durma lAt 33d and 3M Qn^reim, and 
paptrfar tht tamt, per ad Junt 12, 18SS. 

To A, 0. P. Nicholson, public printer j $1, 167 85 

DtrTutuTt, rtpain, and bata fur book; Bam q^ B^raadaliBtt. 

To Wllllftm Cullom, late Clerk of the HotiK of RepresenUtlves 6,571 61 

JameaC. Allen, Clerk of the Houaeof BepreBentatlveg 6,428 49 

$12,000 00 



Rr furnitun/ar the ^itaier'i room and eonmitlM roona, CItrk'i ofieti, StrgtaM-at-Ara*' affict, 
Jkorkerpa't nxm, and carpaiUrt' vtork. 

ToJaroMC. Allen, aerk of the House of BcpreaenUtlrea 130,000 00 

Purmlvnfar lAi mnaiuttu roonu in Ihi taulh vhtg qf Iht mftiMtwi iff the Ct^tlol- 
To Jamee C. Allen, Clerk of the Eou^e of Bepreeentatlvcs .„. $134 16 

.Far 100 copia qf iht Congrtmenid Globt and Ajipatdix, and/or bindiag (he tanu,fir On Id and id 
wntnu 34lA Oongrat, for Ai Bam Ubrarj/. 

Tb Wniiam Cullom, tate CI»k of the Home of BepTewntattvea $1,678 60 



BECEIPT8 AHD EXPENDITUBES. 103 

J357-'58. CrVTL LI6T. 

OoifaaalM tf At prinap^ and tamdanl Ubnaimt and iMuatgtn. 
To John 8. Heehsn, Ubnriaa to Coognm ..,.,.,......., . 19,000 OO 

Purdiatt qf lae boola/iyr ib Library t^ Oaagrm. 
To H. Konrse, agmt for the Joint library Committee ........ 11,500 00 

PvrtliaK c^ hoAtfor At lArary i/ Oongrmi. 
To H. Konne, agent for the Joint Llbraiy Committee................. tt,GOO 00 

Oaaluigtiit ezpaua/or the Vbrary q/' Om^at. 
To H- NoQiM, agent for the Joint libror; Committee .. 11,300 00 

SufBJatmlmt if On PiMie PrmUof, atti data and ntuengtrt in hit office. 

To A. O. Beuniin, Superintendent of Public Printing 4,TS3 7ft 

Oeo^e W. Bowman do 6,712 44 

til. 606 IS 

To A. G. Seaman, Superintendent of Fnblic Printing 957 M 

OeoTgeW. Bowman do 1,342 36 

%2. 300 OO 



Cartafft a»d latar fort^et ijf St^mntanitnt ^ Public Printing, {Uoringiatd Iraiufotting rfp/^tr.) 

To A. G. Seaman, Superintendent of Public Printing 396 II 

Oeoige W, Bowman do 153 89 

$650 00 

Sent rf mnrtMBU, o^ee if Si^itrviioidoit (f PMie Priniin). 

To A. Q. SMman, Superintendent of Public PrinUng 62 50 

Oootge W. Bowman do 187 50 

»i60 00 

Salary fArtij«Jga if lAi Cburl of Claim*, On liidtor, dftOg derk, omMaiU derk, 4w- 

To John J. OIlcArltt, judge of the Court of Claims 4,318 68 

Oeorge P. Scarburg do 4,670 32 

■brntgomery Blair, aolidloT.............................. . 3,000 OO 

Daniel Baddlff, aniitant Bolicitor 3,600 00 

Joiiajy. HcPheraon, deputj (olidtof .. 2,600 00 

Bamiwl Huntington, clerk . 3,000 OO 

Edgar H. Oamett, aaeiRtant clerk 1,000 00 

Stark B. TWylor, meewnger 800 00 

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104 EECEIPTB ASD BXPENDITOEES. 

1867-'58. CIVIL LIBT. 

For Ibaiontry, fiat, ffoi, labor, pnnling, and wii aB aMOM ilamfor Om Court tg CTatiM. 
To Samuel H. Huntington, clerk tS.OOO OC 

Far fiaing up and /umMing the court roonu, and amfmmet rpom, mid i^«mf»r At tciUalar ami 
dtrkt cf tht Court qf Clam*. 

To Suuuel B. Huntington, clerk SI, 000 DO 

For fta of wifnoMi n hAdlf q/* (Ac gimnanmt M ti« Cwrt q^ Claaiu, aad tg ogadM and dtameg^ 

to be eppointtd by Ou isUdlor tbat^ to aOoid ta li* taUiig i^ dtpoi^iont. 
To BamuelH. Huntington, clerk....... 13,600 00 

Prmdtni nf iht UtiaUi Slala. 
To Jamca Buchaoan, Prctident of the Dulled St«t«8.. tlS.OOO GO 



PrniaU lecntary, Itaoard, and mmimgtn la lAi Prmidad (/f lit Diultd Saltl. 
To J. Suclianan Heni7, private secretary....... ............. $5,018 iH 

OmlaigaU tijmtt 1^ Ot S^.titif a^ inclu^ HaHBHiry, tft., po' 3d tatiai titl 3d MarxA, 1867. 
To J. Buchanan Benry, private secretary $300 00 

Ompauation i/ menlary la agn paUnU for pMit imdi. 

To George W. Jonei, lecretar; to sign patenta for public lauds . l,Dli 9< 

Thomaa J. Albright do &S0 &i 

SI, CSS 4a 

Viet Ftaidml qf Vie Uitiltd St^ti. 
To John C. Breckinridge, TIce Pmidetit of the United Bt«t«i ST,S(5 it 

Stattary of Salt. 
To Edward Stubba, diibnning clerk State Department 18, 000 00 

JttitiMt Strriary <^ SUtt. 
To Edward Stubbs, disbuidng clerk Btate Department $3,000 00 

CUrkt, mtueagir, lfc.,mtlte offlot <^ Hit Stfniary of SU^. 
To Edward BtDbba, diabarBing clerk State Departmeat S45,800 00 

OrpaphMtfriiaii^, booh, and myt, it Ot JD^mOiad ^ SUOt. 
To Kdward Stubba, dlsburdog clerk State Department $1,000 00 



ItECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDBEB. 105 

IS5T-'G8. CIVIL USr. 

Tvi^TogAe af mu t t mami imd ta U meurrtd in ean^lying vilk (A> ntobOion <^ Ihe Baue y 
S^aaaatiiia a/ XkemAtr 2E, 1854. 

ToEdw&rd Stabbe, disbuning clerk SUte Department $3,000 00 

Rdra derk Ski and ecpying in Dtpartmat qf Slidi. 
To Edward Stubba, dlsbwrin^ clerk Stnte Department SI, 200 00 

For futbliAag th Imet inpoKgM^ /arm andnt tit ma a pa p trt of tht SliUa, l(t., fyr cffiet of Seert- 
tary^ Statt. 

To A. Clarite 147 75 

Arobel B»*h 470 00 

Edward Stubba, dtaburaiog clerk Stkl« Department 10,000 00 

S10,B17 7S 

Prerf-rmJmg, foddrng, mi iUtrtbaHiig lav* and iaemuKit, mdudmg etmi, labor, and Ironiperfa- 

tiea for ^Im </ Stcrtlary i^ SlaU. 
To Klward Stubbe, diebaraiiiK derk StaU Depwtmeat tlO.OOO DO 



To Edward Stnbba, disbardng derk State Department tfi.ftOO DO 



To Edward Stabte, diabunliig clerk Stale Department $1,000 00 

CbnySay md iiipmAmg He jmbliealien qf the Bianaai RigUer. 
To Edwtud Btnbba, diibnnliig clerk Btat« Department $600 00 

ComtmgtM tiftatm qf Ou turthtat ttteatm baSiHiig, far fud, light, Mer, mtdnfmt. 
To Gdwaid Stabbs, diibming clerk SUt« Department $4,300 00 

OoBipmialioK <if fern- v^tlMM tmd Un lab(irav i/ lit nertitail tueutm building. 
To Edward Btabbs, dlibuning clcik State Department $S,600 00 

SecT^ary if tht Tnnury. 
To S. H. HcKean, dbbnrwng clerk Treatur; Department $8,000 00 

Amilmt Secrtlary qf tie TVeatury. 
To 8. H. McEeaa, dlibaniDg clerk Iteaiury Department $S,000 00 

CMti <md muMHStn in At effie* </ tit Stcrttary <f ihe Tmaary, 
To 8.M. McKean, dMKniDg clerk Tteanirr Department $33,779 40 



106 BECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITURES. 

ieS7-'5B. CIVIL LIST. 

•Opymg, hlmk Joefa, bmding, S(t., ^tt if rte Sftrtboy of the Tnaairy, taling ildpt' reguUn, 
trandalmg foragn languagei, adetrlmng, and edra derk kin, and for miiceUtaiemt Hem. 

Ti>S.H.HcEeiiii, diBbnrsing clerk Trea«ir7 Department 113,000 00 

Cbrnpousfum q/* a^ht m^dnnat and noK laborert m Ihi *MiCAeaK'm«cu(nw buBdiiig. 
To a M. McKean, dUbnidng clerk Treaanry Depttrtment ....- tlO, 17B 37 

ibr ampfnMiM </ four iKdcAnun and Ueo 2a&or«ri for the MfOt tOmtiat </ Ou nutitad aectHre 

building. 
To B. M. McKean, disbureing clerk Treasury Department t3. 000 00 

Obmpmutim of nm \abortn in fk loulAwit taeuHa bidldiag. 
To S.M. McKean, diabDruiig clcik Treasury Department ...... $81 45 

Forjvd, Ughlt, r^potn, and muallanton Uttrufor du uu&eaM tacutke Uai^Kg. 

To S. M. UcKean, dlgburriiie clerk, Treunry Department T,&00 00 

Prom wbicli dednct the following repayment : 
ByS. M. Mckean 82 50 

>I,iI7 50 

For eantingaii taenia q/' Ihe kuIA tztauioa of llu loaUitad aucuHet bvSdmgi for fad and rmcdU- 

To8. H. HcKean, dlsbnrsing clerk TrManry DepartmaBt S2,000 00 

/tm ComftniUir i^ tJu Irvmrg. 
To John D. Colmesnil, dbborelng clerk TreaEui7 Department .- t3,600 00 

Qe-h and mmtngtn m tht t^!a of tin Flrd Gon^dOtr. 

To John D. Colmeuiil, diabaniDg clerk Treaauiy Department Z1,7S4 6S 

From which deduct the following repayment : 

By John D. Colmesnil * 9S 

|S4,7T9 71 

Ftirniturt, Umtk haia, binding, Stc, offiet if Ftrd Oam^n^r. 
To John D. ColmeBDil, diBbnnlng clerk Treasury Department SI, 600 00 

StBond OmftnUer cf Iht Tnetury. 
To John D. Colmesnil, disburalDg deik Treasury Department $3,000 00 

CUrlst, tiut$aigtr$, Ifc., m lit vffice ^ Oi* SteeiU OoaylrMtr. 

To John D. Coimesnll, dUbonliig clerk Treasury Department 33,79T 33 

From which deduct the following repajnueat : 
By John D. Colmesnil UO 00 

$IS,6S7 33 



BECEIPTS AND EZPENDITCBE8. 107 

18ST--58. ClVtt USr. 

To John D. Colmeanil, dlibnnliig clerk Treuiii7 Department SL,TO0 00 

JfrK AvJilor t^lJia TVaiwry. 
To John D. Colmeanil, dlabnniiig cleik Treaaoiy DeptirtiiieDt „... (3.000 00 

CUria and nuuaiffvt m ili» ^!m t^ &t FWd AndiUr. 
To John D. Colmeanil, diibnralDg clerk TreaBuij Deputmeot |33,012 T6 

BiaKkbo(Ja, binding, tft., in tit tigiee t^ Iht firH Avdilor. 
To John D. ColmeenD, dlabnnbig clnkTrearorr Deputmwt...... S>,0B9 73 

Smnd ^nttor qT U< TVaoairy. 
ToS.H. HcEeftD, dbbairing dark Ttearar; Department >3,000 00 

CltrJa md mtue^trt in Ou o^ tf tin Stcond Audilor. 
To S. M. UcEean, diabnitlng clerk TieHQtT Depwtment $32,110 68 

Bltnk bo/Jb, tUiatury, bauSng, laior, famibart, ILaitt, ntkr^K^itn, and imMoUaneiMi Uana for t/tt 
0^ V A* Seeond AudHar. 

ToS. U.HcKemn, dubnTsing clerk Treuur; Department $1,500 00 

Third AudiloT of tiu lyauury. 
To John D. Colmesnll, disbuning clerk Trefunry Department tS.OOO 00 

CUrkt and mmmgtn jn tki ifffice of Ike Tltird Audittr. 

To John D. Colmeanil, diabnrslng clerk Treagury Department S1Z9,0T5 19 

Prom which deduct the following repayment ; 
ByJ(*nD. Colmeanil 1*0 00 

$128, 93S 19 

Blank hwJti, tinJing, l(c- , fir tkt ^t ef Ike TUri Auditor , 
To John D. Cobneantt, diabnralng clerk Treaaury Department........... $2,S39 12 

F&urik AuditM iflhe TnauK-y. 
To John D. Colmeanil, dlabniaing clerk Treaniiy Department. . . $3, 900 00 

CMc* and auttengtrt in Oe 401m tf Ike Fnarik A<tdUar. 
lb John D. ColmaiaU, diabnr^i; clerk Treaaury Deportment. $2i,TI9 3S 



108 BEOEIPTB AND EXPENDITUBEB. 

1867-'58. Crvn. L18T. 

To John D. Colmeiull, diabaning cleik TreasnrT Deputnunt SI. 194 57 

Labor fir tkt ejpa nfUu FeurAAu^ar, 
To John D. Colmesnil, dUbuialiig clerk tieaanrj DepArtmant......— ..- SSB i7 

F\ftk Judilor ^Ihe Tnatwy, 
To JohD D. ColmemU, dtabaitiag clerk Treunty Department . $3,000 00 

CUrkt Bml mtamgtri in tht effict tfUu FyUt ^iiidilar. 
To John D. Colmeniil, dUboreing clerk Treasury Deputmeat S14,U0 DO 

Blank haolu, hindlng, lfc.,fiT Ikt ^t rftht I\flk .imBltr. 
To John D. Colmesoil, dUbursiag clerk TreMury Department fSOO 00 

JVtanirtr of thi Vniud Salti. 
To John D. ColmeEnll, dUbanlng clerk Treasury Department (3,000 00 

Cterkt and nufngm, Ift., in Vu office of Ou TVwwnr. 
To John D. ColmeniU, dlsburdng clerk Treaaury DepartmBnt........... tS2,6tl 30 

Slani heai* md tniietBaateui itau, Ifc., for Uuo^<^ On IVntanr of Ott VaUti Slaitt, 
To John D. Colmeinil, dUbnrdng clerk TrGunry Department 91,150 OO 

lUgiMer of tht n«aary. 
To John D. Colmeaoil, dUborring clerk Iteuury Deputment.... .. $3,000 00 

^ Cfarit oai tm n eKger t m tlit ^Ut ^ (ib S^fitUr. 
To John D. Oolmeanil, dUbnraiDg clerk Tteuuiy Deputmeat tfS.OlS 77 

Bieiii boala, bin^, HaUomrf, labor, tft., fir Ou offiu ^ O* Stgiita' of lit ThoMnr. 

To John D. Colmecnll, dUbanlng clerk TreMury DetMrttnent 4,BfiO 00 

WlUlam A. HmtIb 1,770 40 

t6,3iO 40 

Solieitor i^ Uu TVMMry. 
To John D. Colme«ntl, dicbordng clerk lYeaanry Departmeot........... t3,t04 Oft 

,.«, Google 



BBCBIPTS AND ESPENDITUBBS. 109 

18SI-68. CIVJL LIST. 

Cieri* «W(i>iiMM>^;(r( m di o^ t^ Ou Sclidlar ijf IMe IVnwry. 

ToJohnD. Colmeanll, diabnrring clerk TreMnryDepartmeDt 13,882 86 

FVom which dedoct the followiDg r^ayment : 
By John D. Colmemil 111 61 

113,071 S4 

Blank boot*, bmdng, datioiury, priutuig dnulari, tlank /orttu qf nporti, l(e., for lAd offiet d \h» 
SolicUor. 

To John D. COlmeHitl, diibunlag clerk Treaaary Department tl.OOO 00 



To John D. ColmeiDil, diibnnliig clerk Tnamry Department $3, (MO 00 

Olala and metta^m m lie o^ca qf tiu Qximmoiur i^ CattoBO, 

To John D. Colmeanil, dUbiusIng clerk Treatury Department ..... 11,440 00 

Fr(»a which deduct the following repayment : 
By John D. Colmemil 6 49 

$17,434 51 

Btiadcboola, batimff, iliaianry,fnilkig, and labor, in liu i^aqf Ommiuiorur ^ Oudomi. 
1V> John D. Colmemil, dkburelng clcik Treaioiy Department ... SI, 800 00 

CIrb and numtngeri in Iht Ltghtrhoum Beard. 
To John D. Colmemil, dlihni^g clerk Trewiuy'Deputment $9,240 00 

Sla^hoeb.tmdi^, ilatkntry, note^anaia itm*, ire,, ^ lie UgM-koim Board. 
To John D. Cobiie«nil, dlibutdng clerk Treamry Department $TSO 00 

SaloTy e/ At Stertlary ^ Uu JrOtrior. 
To Peter I^mmaad, dliburting clerk Interior Department $8,000 00 

Clerb, neumgtrt, and labonri, in Uu offiee <f Hit Sieniary of tAl Interior. 
To Peter Lammond, dkbtu^ng clerk Interior Department.......... $29,070 09 

Boola, tUlionay, and al/ier eontingmda, in Uu 0^ t^ Ihe StertUrry i^ thi Inttrior. 
To Peter l«inmond, disbursing cleik Interior Department...... $7,200 00 

C«mp«uitfi«i <^ At Cammutiantr t/ lit Genaal Land O^e. 
To Peter Lammond, dUbnning clerk Interior DepartmeDt $3,000 00 



110 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITtJEES. 

1867-*88. CIVIL LIST. 

(hr^enmHon of Jlteorier, dntughimim, attitlmit iraaghUman, dtrkt, mmmgtrt, 4^, , {n Ac Otneral 

LandOgkt. 

To Peter Lommond, disburtiog clerk Interior Department tiei,!42 45 

OaaiBigBit apautt in tin Gmerat Land OffatfirrftiA, tighli, See. 
To Peter Isnimond, diNbiirnng clerk Interior Department t2,000 00 



Omlingtnt ajiaiHi in tAt Ctntral Land Office, vnder act MarA 3, 1855, granUng Intmlg latidi, tv.* 
fbr pattnU, patml and otiur ncardt. 

To Peter LommoDd, disbursing clerk Interior Department 17,000 00 

Omtingmt arptmel, inadd^ion, uwbrnMmp landaelo/ Sqiltmbtr tS, ISfiO, lK;fir lit taliifattiut 

0/ Vygmia land varrantt. 

To Peter Lammond, diaburainK clerk Interior Department (6,000 00 

Cierk hin, paUnU, records, t(t., inVu Gaierai land Offiaon aecoimt qfrniHlan/ booty landi, ati o/' 
3d Xarch, 1855. 

To Peter lAmmond, dieburalng clerk Interior Department . .... $58,400 00 

Dakt, (BMt, aiidtilhrr fiiOura la teffltlefiaiiiMiig Outfit* and for t^aOBmrnedalieii^tlur^)!^ 
inertatag nctrdt and p^tn in Iht GaiiralLand Ofia, ad ijf 3d Marth, 1S5T. 

To Peter lammond, diabuning clerk Interior Department 13,000 00 

SaawdtandpalmUfordonaioBandcl^elainuailJit Pm/UAiptandibeKihtn, tathi Oaar^ Land 

Offia, aaqfSd Manh, 18ST. 

To Peter Idmioond, disburiDg clerk Interior Department ...... S2,000 00 

Caih tytltnt, tft., under Imci prior lo Stptimier 3S, ISSO, pattntt and othtr rtterit, tratHoaki, 
and blank boekifor iUt and the diJtriel land oj^r, t(e. 

To Peter lAmmond, disbnrBlng clerk Interior Department... , |5,00O 00 

Cemmitiientr t(f PcnriMW. 
To Peter Ijunmond, diEburaing clerk Interior Department ... $3,000 00 

CIn-ti tnd nwtni^fcr* in Ou effict eflht CemmUAimtr nfPinAnu. 
To Peter lAmmond, diiburnng clerk Interior Department $107,009 01 

Continfint txptntn iif tbt Ptnnen Ogitt, for nni if troDiw, >lali«ntry, tngrming jUala far 
hmxnt^ land warranti, S[c. 

To Peter Ltimmond, diiburidng clerk Interior DepArtment.............. $25,118 54 



RECEIPTS AND EXPEHDITUBES. 112 

lg57-'58. ClVn. LIST. 

JW slatwiwry, bmdvig,ieak*,fitrmtwrt, oni mmmUmuoui iltnu, inthtPeniionO^t. 
ToPttei Lunmood, disbnrdDg clerk iDteiior D«pfti(meiit $10,ODO 00 

CommiMumar ttf Iitdian t^ain. 
To P«tei lAmmODd, diiburBing clerk Interior Deptu-tmeat . ..-. C3,000 OO- 

CItrki, matitgtn, Sfc, in tkt nffUt ^Iht Cmuntimatr tif Jndidn Jffftin. 
ToPetei I^onmond, diibaTsIiig clerk Interior DepartmeBt ........... S26,9S4 SO 

BUtJt banb, Hndinf, aiutil*(l«wrs,^IAc i^tt itftki Catnmiuiamr of Indian t^ain. 
To F«t«r LuuDODd, dubnrBiiig clerk Iiit«ri«T Department (3,000 00 

£zlra titrk Ian for At tavitt nf (Ac India* qfficefeT me jrar, evmmmdng •Sugvil 1, 1854. 
To Peler I^mmond, iliBtnuring clerk Interior Department (7,000 00 

Cnqtnuatim «rUc Cmnntiuiotur ^f PuiHe Buitdingi. 
To John B. Blake, CommitsIoDer of Public Bnildings 12,000 00 

Cltrk in tlu effla tf lii CmimMn«neT of PuiUt Buiidil^i. 
To John B. Blake, Comminioner of Public Buildings (1,200 00 

StalJMunf , Umik tookt, plan), irawingi, and othtr eantingtnl trptmtt, in tlu qffit* «f It* Cm>- 
muiioncr ^ PtilJic BuiUiiift. 

To John B. Blake, CoDimUdoner of Public BuitdiogB (250 00 

Ta tntkl* &t Stentmy tf&t fnttnor Is pmi tht nprrinttndml ^fthi iuiUinr Mcupud by mmI 
Sitrilary, l(e.,from January 1, ItJ3S, to Junt 30, 1636; net vf 3d March, 1857. 

To A. S. U. White, BupcrinteodeDt (500 DO 

Cemptmalion rflht tttrvt^ar gtntral of Ohio, fndiana, ami Mielngan. 
ToCbarles L. Emenon, ant veyor general (2,000 OS* 



n <if tlerka in tht o^c tftkt sarviyiir gintral of Ohio, Indiatu, and Michigan. 
To Charles L. Emenoo, Borreyor general (6,300 OO* 

ComftniatkncfUitniTttyorgintralBflllinoit and Miaauri. 
To Jobi IxragbbOTOUgli, (arreyor general (2,000 OO 

,:_ UXWIC 



112 EECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITUBES. 

185T-'58. CIVIL LIST. 

To John LoiiKhborougli, snrvcyoi general.... .... . . $3,830 OO 

• CempnualieK oftht mrw jor ;<iura( o/LraiiMiM. 
To William J. HcCnlloh, euneyor general -. $2,000 DO 

CUrkiinlht effia tifOu timtfer gtmral ^ LomMaaa. 
To William J. HcCullob, gnrreyor general..... tZ,500 00 

Conptntatioti ^tht iwwyorgtlMral cfFlariia. 

To John Weetcott, surreyor geuenl .......... 1,500 00 

rroDCU L. Dancy UI 8S 

»1,64! 85 

Cltrkt inlht offiu i^tht lumtfim-geniralqfFleiiia, 

lo J. Westcott, pnrreygr generml-. 2,6!5 OO 

Andrew J. MlUer .- I8S 71 

M. M. Beid I07 U 

John Dick 232 U 

FmnciB L. Dancy 250 01 

$3,saO 00 

Cmopttumtion of the turvt^ar gtnerti of WiKofi^nt and /ous. 
To Wanen Le«ii, aarveyor genera] . ... ...... .. tS,000 00 

ClerJti in rAi effict eflKt inrrcifOT- f tiural of IfiMeniin and loaa. 
To Warren Lcwla, enrveyor general . , $6,300 00 

Ctmptniation qftht taireygr gtncrol of^lcattsn. 
To Henry M. Sector, surveyor general . ... ...... $1,000 00 

Cleria in Pit cffiet t^ Uie •ujufjw gtneral if Ariania. 
ToH. H. Sector, Burreyor geneni $5,696 00 

Ompauation of tie titntyor gmertd cf Ortgoa. 
To J. 8. Zeiber, suTTeyor general..,.. $4,083 33 

GUrkt m the efflct ^ iJie itavegor geatrai r^ Or^<m. 
To J. 8. Zeiber, eumyor general $5,000 00 



BECEIPTS Ain> EXFEKDITURES. 113 
18S7-'58. CITO, LI8T- 

To J. 8. Zeiber, (nrreyor geoenl S2,40D 00 

Oea^aitdion ef fie tmvtgor jtncrnl y Ch^fomia, 

To Junei W. Handeville, nuTe^tv geiienil.: !,B19 03 

JotwC. Haje«, Ute do 3, IDS 98 

«S,S£6 00 



To lmu«s W. Hsudarllle, mrTeyorgenenl... ,...„... 9,835 96 

John C. H»r««, late do 13,9B9 11 

JoMpli Dwitoli 380 43 

TliomM J. NeviUe 380 M 

R, C. HopkiM 380 U 

C. BMkmki 380 *3 

N. King 3S0 43 

John D. HoOnuu 380 43 

Vitnt Wackarender. 380 43 

Jamea Butler 285 3S 

J. H. IMlloD 373 44 

Walter Winn 475 80- 

J. J. Papy 397 92: 

John CUT SBO 43 

A- aiMBWski 880 4S\ 

128,771 46 



B^ </ atrwycr gaund't afiet i» Chltfemia, purAut ^ sutruMmCt, dnruaig maferiali, /unutHnj . 
/iul,pasqf nmatgtr, l(t. 

To Jam<B W, ll*nd«Tllle, lurreiror g«nen1 . — .. 3,960 ISi' 

JohnC. flares, Ut« .-do 3,600 00 

jtdiaDaKan ISO 32- 

H. H. Buicroft & Co 16 l&- 

Laander Baaiom 102 30' 

J. J. LeCoont 18S 75- 

BsUeck, pMcb; & KUlngs 1,377 17 

n»Mck Hundler 13 oq 

10,343 4S 
From wbieb lUdnct th« fbllowliig Mpaymoit : 

I^JoJinC. Hayes 1,4)6 93 

>8, SIT 55 

Coa^mit^mqf Aitiim^ gma^ «f WaAkgUm Tirritorf. 
To Jatiiea Tllton, eurveyor geaetal 12,250 00 

Cbrh (a tilt <iffia if Mc wrnyor gaml <f WaMngbm nrriftxy. 
To Jama lUUiin, iorf «yor genend .'. $3,000 00 

8 B I, '...ItOolc 



RECEIPTS Ain> EXPENDITDBES. 



To Junes niton, amreTOl genenl ............. 

QitiyennftM </ tAt tttrv^or gaieral ^ Nvp Make. 
ToWilllvn Pelhun, rarreror geoeral ..... 

Cte-tf in Oi» cffiet if lit mmryer gaural nf Stie'Mtaee. 
To WilllMU FelbEun, lurveTor genenl 

Sent tf Qtt tants<f Vfi*'^ * ^^ ^ ^^ Maita. 
To Wlllitua Pelham, mrreyor genersl _ 



nwuialer m (Ai <0ei tf Of nrwydr fowrol qf JKw Meaco. 
To WlllUm Pelbam, tai-rejOT geaenl .. ...... .. 



To John CfUhonD, gnrrejor general 



CIrifct w fAc fffict t^ Oit Ktne^ gaitrtd ^ Kama* mid tltbnuia. 



Baitf o^,fiui,md inddailal t^auei/tr Uie Mmyarftnmd f Kaimi and KArtAa. 
'To JohaCalhoaii, mire^rgenenU S3, lOt 7S 

Oampmtatitn if At mrveyor gaural if Ulttk JirHtefy. 
ToD.H. Bntr, nuTByor geneiml 13,500 00 



To Willlftm Pelliuii....nirve70T geneikl of New Mexico 6,160 00 

J. B. Zeiber do Oregon 6,466 67 

John Loaghbototigh do IHlnoi* and Hinouri 3,600 00 

JahnCalhoun do Emum uid Nebraska B,473 91 

Henry H. Bector do ArkuuM 1,S7& 00 

FrMidsL. Dwicy do Florida 71 39 



C«rried forward.. 



*Z3,13e 



BECEIPTS AND EXPENDrTCBES. 115 
1857-'68. CIVIL UST. 

Brought fonrnrd tS, 136 97 

To John Weitoott, late surTeyor general of Florida 1,431 00 

Wm. J. McCalloh. do LonUana 8, OSS 16 

'Warner Lewli.- do WiKonsln and Iowa 6,989 35 

Chailea L. Emenon do Hiuneaota Territory 2,500 00 

Janea W. HandeTille d« CaUfomta 1,373 00 

E. Wertcott, clerk 178 S7 

4«,7U OS 
Prom whidi deduct the following repajtnent: 

ByD. H. Burr 715 62 



Saii^ qf &t Bxrdary </ War. 



CltHctmilnmiuveTiiiUMq^qfthtStenlaTyqf War. 



Ednt dirfa Nt On War D^artnent. 

To John Potia, dlsburdng clerk War department ...... 

Fnm which dednct the following repayment : 
By Nathan Mce 



I, Uxir, mdprintiiigfiir Uu i^e» <f Ifu Stcrday cf War. 







6,176 19 












676 19 







CUrkt and iMoaigtrt m llit rffiet of Oit Pa^matUr ffawol. 



116 EECEIPTB AND EXPEKDITUHEa 

1M7-'S8. CIVIL LIST. 

To John Potb, dlabnidng clerk Wot Depkrtment UOO OO 

Ciaia ami mtitaigert tn lie ^a ^ (Ai tfcwwi'iiTy QtimA rf SiMdmn. 

To John PotU, dlabnTdng cleik, Wmr Deputanent 7,690 09 

llAUiuBbw, Ufa! dbbonlng clerk Wu Dcvutment 2,ai0 OS 

S10,D4D 00 

Mm«6aaii*,U>Av,;rMiiv, 4«., an^tf Chwawy Qamti^ atimdma. ' 

To John Potta, dlibnnJiig clerk War DepATtmcnt 1,000 00 

WhSch dedact bom the foUowlDg repajmeot : 

BrNathinBlce l,l« »4 

EiceM of repajnuiDt ................ .... tMl M 

Oaia t^ MMdtjwn in Ikt offiei if liu A^jiOmt Gatrti, 

To John Potia, dbbiinliig clerk W*i Dqiutiiient 11,130 00 

Nathan Bloc, late ditbaniDg clsrk Wu Deputment 3,710 Ot 

SU,8« 00 



Soola, bmdiHff, aitd HaHaury/er QKk <f AJJulaU Oattnt. 

To John Fotit, dtabw^g clerk WftT Deputmmt I,&00 00 

From which deduct the followtng repaymeDt: 
By Nathan Bloe M9 04 

I9>0 OS 

CMa md mtuagtrt in tAt agin if fb Cfmf Sk^mm, 

To John Potta, diihnrring deik War Department. 6,330 00 

Nathan Bice, late dUbw^ng clerk War Department 1,110 00 

t8,4M M 



To John Poita, dlahntdng clerk War Department 6M 47 

Nathan Koe, late diabnrcing clerk War Dqaitment. 400 00 

1,000 47 
From which deduct the following repafm'ent : 

^r Nathan Bloe IN 47 



.coy Google 



KECEIPT8 AND EZPEIfDITnBEB. 117 

1857-'58, CIVIL LlflT. 

CbrJb md mmagen m (Ac offiet t^ At QuahmKoiUr GauroL 

To John Potta, dfatninlllg daik War Department 1<,005 30 

NatbaaRice, late dlibuniiig clerk War Deportment 5,343 69 

HI, 348 SB 

JlnU iooii irnd l>inJi»g ft>r vffie* </ Quarlamaila ffourol, imludiig Oi* c0lt* <t PhOaii^Ua. 

To John Potta, diiboniiig clerk War Department 4B1 B4 

NathanRke, late dUburdng clerk War Department 1,000 00 

1,481 H 
F^om which deduct Uie following lepajment : 
Br NstbMi Bke 881 94 

11,200 00 

Cl»rlct awl mamnger* m tit tffitt tf npiyrqpAiEal Jhywawt. 

1>> J<din Potti, dlabairfng clerk War Department 6,741 10 

Nathan Bice, late dlibaraing clerk War Department 2,260 00 

$9,001 10 



Blaak hoala, Induig, ttaOoiiery, md itiiarfor q^ if TbpcyrapUMi Ji^wB-j. 

To John Potti, dbbturing clerk War Departmeot 1,500 DO 

From which deduct the following repayment : 

By Natluui Bice 739 69 

(760 SI 

C^kt and iMUBigtn m Oit Ordnanot Ofiet. 

To Nathan Uce, latu diabuning cl?rk War Department 3,0GD 00 

Jt^nFotta, dlebiirsing clerk War Department 9,180 DO 

tlZ,240 00 

BUnkhmla, binding, md il^imen/, fir tlit Ordniaui OgSei. 

To John Pott*, ditbnraing clerk War DepartmeBt 962 SI 

From which deduct the following repayment: 
By Nathan Eioe 1! 81 

S9W 00 

Clirkt md mtumfferi tn lib ^a <f Iht Smyian Otntral. 

To John Potta, dlsburaing clerk War Department S,930 00 

Nathan Bice, late disboning clerk War Department 1,310 00 



U.aiO 00 



118 RECEIPTa AKD EXPENDITUBES. 

18B7--58. OIVIL IJ3T. 

BUnk boakt, iinding, ttationerf, tee., » tie ofiee of tlit Surgian Gtrntnt. 

To John Poltfl, digbaTsing dcrk Wu Dep&rtmeat .. 

Nathan Bice, late dlHbuniDg clerk War Department ... .. 



465 40 
From vhich deduct the following teparment : 
BrHatbaa Elco 65 10 

t400 00 

Oompmialion qf 4 mffAnun and 2 Uibartnfer IH A«rftva( iSMotfhw hutdhig. 

To JohnPotta, disbnreing clerk War Department 2,475 00 

Nathan Bice, late diBbm^ing clerk War Departmeat - 825 00 

t3,300 DO 

iW, lighU, and mteiOaneou* itaiu for Ihe KinihwM £rwiiltM htitdtn;. 

To JohnPotte, dlsbnrelng cletk War DepartmcDt 1, TOT 60 

Nathan Bice, late disbuTsing cleik War Department 1,500 00 

4,20T SO 
From which deduct the following repapnent : 
Bj Nathan Kce 207 60 

U.OOO 00 



Con^aualion <f n^permttndail, 4 vialdtmai, and 2 laionrtfor buSdiaff eomer qf F ettd 17c& «(r«A. 

To John Potta, disbuniag cterk War Department 2,887 GO 

Nathan Bice, late diabursiiig clerk War Department -BG3 50 

S3, 850 00 

Fttd, eon^ptntaUon of fireman, and mitctUiimma iUmtfor building toner qf F and 17d dnrfi. 

To JohnPotta, diabnrsiog clerk War Department 3,014 37 

Nathan Bice, late dixbutsing clerk War Department 2,000 00 

6,014 37 
From which deduct the following repayment : 
ByNBtbanBice 21* 37 

*4,80O OO 

Salary qf the Stenlary qf tit Kavy. 
To Iiaac TOucej, Secretary of the Nary..... S8,000 00 

Clerit, mttta^en, Srt-, tn Ihi o^ of Ike Seentary tg Ut Navy. 

ToL. B. Hardin, late dteboralng clerk Navy Department 14,400 OO 

Charlei W. Welsh, late diBbni^ng clerk Nary Department 3, 015 89 

Wm, P. Moran, diBburaing clerk Navy Department 3,455 75 

20,871 64 
From which deduct the following repayment : 
ByL- B-Hardin „ 199 22 

$20,672 42 



BECEIFra Am* EZFENDUUBES, 119 

1857-"58. CIVIL LIST. 

Blmk bcott, baiiiHg, tUHomry, m u tpajia i , t(C.,/ar ^eii^ Smlargi^ Out Naty. 

ToL. B. Hardin, lata ditburaing clerk Navy Department 2,000 00 

C. W. Welab, late diBbnnlDK clerk Kavy Department 1,100 00 

W. F. Moran, dlabuiBing clerk Kavj Dcpaitmeat 600 OD 

£3,600 00 

Cii^ of Oit Bunaa <^ Ordmaet and Bgdngr^phy. 

ToL. B. Eardin, labi diibnrstng clerk Kavy Department 2,333 00 

C. W. W«lih, late diaburring clerk Nary Departmeot S83 00 

W. P. Moran, diabnrring clerk Havy Department 684 00 

$3,500 00 

CUrkt, Am^hUmm, Ift., tit Om Bumm i4 Ordaanct and Bydrvgn^y. 

ToL B. Hanlin, late diibniEing ct«rk Nary Department 5,892 00 

C. W. Welsh, lata dubordnft clerk Nary Department 1,472 00 

W. P. Moran, diabuisins clck ^A'T UepArtment 1,476 DO 



$8,840 00 



Blank (oab, ArfHoery, Ift., far Burtau qf OrJmmct and Bydrtyn^hj/. 

To W. P. Uomn, dlsboning clerk N*vy Departroent 

L. B. Hardin, late diabiudng clerk Navy Department 



Ciief of B^nausf Nmg Yardtrnd Doda. 

ToL. B. HaidlD, late diibuising clerk Nary Department 2, 333 00 

C. TV. Welsb, late disbuning clerk Nary Department 583 00 

W. P. Moran, dUbnrtiing clerk Nary Department 684 00 



CirS mgiaea; deria, draaghtimen, t(e. , in Bartaa qf Navy Yardi and Dcdtl, 

To L. B. Hardin, late dUbureing clerk Navy Department 7,092 00 

C. W. WeUb, late dUburalng clerk Nary Department 1,772 OO 

W. T. Moran, dUburBiug clerk Navy Department 1,733 1ft 

$10,697 1» 

Statiaury, boola, plaai, and draavigt fvr Banaa c^ Navy Yard* and Deck*. 

ToW. P. Moran, disbutiing clerk Nary Department 100 00 

L. R Hardin, late dUburMng clerk Nary Department 600 00 

$600 00 

Cla^ ^ the Baraaa of QmHivdiim, £{fi(^nM(, imi Btfor. 

ToL. B. Hardin, late diibarsing clerk Nary Department 2,333 00 

C. W. Welsh, late diabnrring clerk Nary Department 683 00 

W. P. Horan, disbrniing clerk Nary D^tarUnent .. ...... 684 00 



»3,G00 OO 

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120 RECEIPTS AND EXPEHDITCBES. 

1867-'68. CIVIL UST. 

CM^ JVaml Ctnftvdw, Sigmtir-m-CU^, and tbrit, dnugMaiua, tre., m Birtau qT QmMnatiim, 



To L. B. Hwrdio, Ute dUbaniog clerk HaT7 DeptuimODt 11,891 tO 

C. W. Welili, l*t«dlabDr^g clerk Navr Deputmont 2,970 45 

W. P. Monui. dlabnidDg clerk NaT7 DepaFtment. 2,978 OD 

$17,839 16 



Blent boelu, bmJiag, tn., for B»nm •/ Ctoufrwttun, BjH^mnt, aid Stpak. 

ToW. F. Uonu, dlibuiBing cleik ITbtj Department 100 00 

L. B. Hudtn, late dlEbuntng deik Navy Department ...... ... MO 00 



Clanb, mtmmgtr, mdUbonr ni BunoH ^ Protuiotu tout Olctkntg. 

To L. B. Hardin, late dlBbntring dark NaT? Departmant. 5,892 00 

C. W. Welih, lata diabuning clerk Nary Depaitawnt. 1,472 00 

W. F. Horan, dtobutdtig clerk Navy Department 1,476 00 

9S,S40 00 



Blank bvikt,.^nding, tUxttoaerg, labor, md wiwffaMewi iUntfor Bwtaa ^ FrOBmnu omt CbMag. 

To W. P. UoTaii,dJHbDning clerk Navy Department, 100 00 

L. B. Eardin, late diibarring cleik Navy Department BOO 00 

•600 00 



C%irfi/Burtaui^ltidicintatdSmytry 

To L. B. Haidin, late diabuiring clerk Navy DepartmeDt 2,333 00 

C. W. Welsh, late dliburung clerk Navy Department 583 00 

W. P. Horan, disbarring clerk Navy DepartmentN 5B4 00 

$3,500 00 



CUril, OHMOifvn, Ifc., in tin Banaa cf MeOemi and Suryuy, 

To L. B. HardlQ, lato dlsburabig clerk Navy Department, 4,016 00 

C. W. WelRb, lat« diibuTring clerk Navy Department 1,006 00 

W. F. lloran, disbuntDg clerk Navf Department 1,008 00 

SG,D40 00 



, Blank iaokt and ttHamiy fur Bureau ^ Maliem and Surgtry. , 

To W. P, Uoraa, dlabuiring clerk Nary Deportment 100 00 

L. a Hardin, lat« diibonlng dark Navy Department 600 00 

f 600 00 



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KECEZPTS AKD EXFENDITUBBS. 121 

CIVIL LIST. lBS7-'68. 

SaUr]/ 1/ i watekmtn M Hit SanOutM Saadat builAng. 

To L. B. Hmrdiu, lato dlgbontng cleik Naty Deputment. 1,800 00 

C. W. Welih, late dlabunlng clerk Navy Deputment 400 00 

W. P. MoTN), dUabnning clerk Navj Dei«rtmebt 400 00 

SI, 400 00 

Ttt L. B. Haidln, late dlsbui^DK clerk Nkvy Deputment 3,000 00 

C. W. Welsh, late diibaiaiiiK clerk Ifarj Departmeat 400 00 

W. P. Honn, diibnniDg clerk Navf Departmeat 200 00 

•3,600 00 

Salary qftJu Petlmalm Gtmnd. 

To AanmT. Brown. Poatmaaler Oeneial 18,000 00 

Tlvt» AmaUmt FoAmubrt OmtraL 

To A. H. Zerel;, diaburaliig clerk Post Office Department $3,000 00 

Plata, mt n asftn, tfe., tn lAt ^ee </ cAe PoiUMiter Otaenl. 

To A. N. Zevelf, disbuning clerk Poet Office Depattment. $144,010 31 

Avdilor ^IhtPod Offia D^artnml. 

To D. K. Undwy, diabunJog dtiik I^eaaucy Department $3,000 00 

To D. K. lindiaj, dUbatdng clerk TraaBoiy Department ...... 169,246 24 

From which deduct the following repayment : 

Br D. R. IJndsay 187 U 

$169,059 10 



I, Moattrab, labor, S(t.,/or offieei^ tit AuJUon/Ot Fvtt Offbi £ 

ToD. B. liDdMy, dkbuitiDg clerk Tieaaary Department .... 5,000 00 

ntim which deduct the (bllowlDg repayment : 
By D. B. IJndsay - 366 08 

$4,633 94 



ToD. B. lindaay, diabuning cterk Tnarary Department............... $4,100 00 



122 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUEES. 

lB57-'68. CIVIL LIST. 

Slant boola, bmUng, riatiorury. and /ud /or ihi Gemrid Pott C^la buSdUig, mdilding Uu Auditor' » 
qffiit, oU, gat, eondUt. prmling, labor, dag viatehtMn, and nuieeUantout ifont, 

To A, N. Zevely, disburfiing clerk Poet Office Department _ 810,000 00 

Repain, cffiee fumitart, ife.,/or lAtGaurat PoM O0x bidtdaig. 
To A. N. Zevely, diabarsiog clerk Post Office Department...... 33,000 00 

Cbmmunotu aUmntd lo derkt and oOur emptoyii in llie aly pod offici m Waihuu/lon CHij, D. C. 

To Wm. Jones, pOBtmsBter .. 2,058 IS 

Jag. 0, Berret, late postmaster 6,129 G4 

88,187 77 

Salary of the Allomr/ General qfllie Umtid Statet. 
To J. S. Black, Attorney Goneral $8,000 00 

CUrkt and mraenger in Oit e^ of Uu Altamey General. 
To J, S. Black, Attorney Genenil 910,100 00 

Offktfitnulun and bookeaiafor the t^iet iff the Atlomey General. 
To J. 8. BUcfc, Attorney General $500 00 

Contingent ezptmet 1^ t^ioe if the Attomey General. 
To J. B. Black, Attorney aeoeral $1,500 00 

Fud aitd hiborfor Hu <^ rf the Altonttg Gtatrti. 
To J. S. Black, Attorney General $300 00 

Parelaueof law and nteettary boott for tie offlti ^ At Altamey GtHtrat. 
To J, 8. Black, Attorney General,.... $1,500 00 

Fvrehaie itf deficient Slab rgnUt md Slalula/orihe r0tt qfthe AUorMy GentnL 
To J. S. Black, Attorney General $1,600 00 

fbrrint of buQdii^ neaped in part hg tht AUorneif General andinpartby (Ai FtrtC Auditor. 

To S. H. UcKean, dlsbDralng clerk Treaiuiy Department 3,413 74 

From which deduct the follonriDg repayment : 

By S. M. McKean _ 4 00 

$1,409 74 



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BECBIPTS AND EZPENDITUBES. 123 

CIVIL UST. I857-'68. 

Labartn at At buMag oca^ud in fart by Jltonui/ Qatrat and in part by Fird Auditor, 
To S.U.McSeaii, dlsbardog clerk 1'rea«ary Department $243 26 

CWi^Eralwn o/' (Ac lam ^ lAe Dulriit (^ Cbbanbia. 

To W. B. B. Croee, commissioner 1,897 28 

Bobert Ould, commisNODer 1, 9BT 2B 

$3,994 S6 



Oimfottalioii <^ tie ntaibtn iff tie Board ^ Rmlon, appmnlti m purwona ^ Quatiqf Oongrta qf 
XarehS, 1S55, /or codifying Vu Iokkj/ Iht DiHriel qf OolunMa. 

To J. S. BltckjAttorneyGenBral _ $4,000 00 



Ptiper and printinff for CAf raadiot dtpaiinKnta^ invading paper, prijtling, and binding Ov Animal 
Slataitnti ijf Q/mmrrtt and Navigation, S(e. 

To A. O. P. NicholMD. public prinler 28,733 U 

ComelioB Wendell do 846 38 

W. A. Hkrris do (, 21T 70 

Oeorge H. Lewi*, contractor for furnishing paper.. 10,134 56 

SylTerter J. Megargee do 4,863 75 

jAtneisC. Maguire 2,279 50 

H. V. Batlei 397 74 

Taylor & 3llanry__ 4,698 17 

$58, 170 94 

Salaria of a^uri and dala of thi mint at PhUtidAphia. 
To Daniel Stargeon, tresEorer ......... ... $27,900 OO 

Scoria t^ i^cen and dtrkt of On brajtch mint at Charlotte, N. C. 
ToO. W. Caldwell, Buperinteadent $6,000 OO 

Salaria i^offittn ami eUrki^lht branch mittt at DahUnuga, Georgia. 
TqS. si. Patten, Bnperintendent.... .. $7,500 00 

Salaria cf ogieert and derkt of Iht branch mint i/ Ntu Orltant, La. 

To A. J. Gnirot, treasurer 10,691 58 

James Brewer, late treasurer ...... 7,008 42 

$18,300 OO 

Sidaritt cf taperoitmdmt, treaturtr, tfc, of the branrh mini at San Frandteo, Od. 
To J. B. Bnjder, treasurer $28,000 00 

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124 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITCBES. 

lB67-"58. CIVIL LIST. 

Salaryqfa^ktoAtlrmmrtrqfOiibrtinckmintalSm FranaKo, Oal. 
To J. B. Snyder, treuurar 

Saiaria qf amtanC tnatunri ^ Uu UteUi Stalm. 

To Jacob BofMiIl, agent Id office of aniitant treaaurer. New York 

D. StorgBon, aaiiatant treBsarer, Philadelphia 

Jamea Brewer, late aiiatnnf treaaarer, New Orleaos. ....... . .... 

A. J. Ooirot, ■riatont treaaurer, New Orleuu . . . . .............. 

Ibmc H. StuigDOD, -r*"'""' treaaurer, St. Louli..... .... 

J. W. BMud, ^riatant traanirer, Boatoo 

B.C. Preoaler, aaiftant tmMurer, Charleaton, S. C 



Solaria ^tm aiHtiaital dvkt. 

To D. Btnrgeoo, MsiaUnt treasurer, Philadelphi*..... 

JuD«s Jtoewer, late aaaiaUnt treaaurer. New Orleau .. 

A. J. Ouirot, kMlBtMit treomrer, New Orleans 

L H. StuTgeoo, awlrtant treaaurer, St. LouU-.. ......... 

J. W. Beard, aadatMit treaaarer, Boetou 

B. C. Preaalej, aariataot treasurer, Gharleiton, S. C .. 



From wUch deduct the following rcpajmeDt : 
Bj J.W. Board 



Stlarifi/ eltrk; moiervvj, and wolcAnun in (Ac c>^ ^ tie OMUfamf > 
To Jacob Rosaell, agent in offira oTaa^atAot treaaurer, New Tork.. 



Omtingoit egitnia under Ihi ad for At taft lutpng </ IhipMic rawnM. 

To A. J. Ouirot, asslatant treaaurer, New Orleani 702 30 

Jamea Brewer, late aniatant treaaurer, New Oileang . . ..... 845 91 

B. C. Preaaley, aafliatant treatiurer, ChBTlwton, S. C 130 91 

J. B. Snyder, aaBiatant treaaurer, San Franciaoo 1,760 00 

J. W. Beard, aBsUlant treaaurer, Boston 707 74 

Ihmc H. Stnigeon. Maiatant treaaarer, St. Lonii 3,430 45 

D. Btanceon, affiiat*nt treamiTer, Philadelphia SS 7S 

J. J. Ciaoo, aasiatMit treaaurer, New Tork 3,999 00 

B. M. McEeao, diabnrabig clerk Iteasnry Deportment 14,000 00 

P. T. Cmlchfleld, dedgnated depodtary. Little Bodi S5 00 

P. Quigley, designated depceilary, Dubnque 2,3fi0 00 

Gordon N. Peay 80 00 

JohnHaatinga.. 28 00 

Jacob Fry 3G 00 

Bdgar Stanabury aSO SS 

Qeorge B. Jackaon & Co 283 GO 

T. Newton Kurti 75 00 

Samuel T. Sawyer 71 90 

Adatoa" Sxpteaa Compauj -... 7,1TB 26 

Carried fbrwaid $U,7N 34 






KECEIPTS Ain> EXPENDITURES. 125 

18&7 '58. CIVIL LIST. 

Bronght fiwwMd 38,780 3* 

ToCBlrouid Fulton BtdlraMl Companr 26 00 

CommiakmR of PnUlo BnildiDgi, ChulMton district, S. C 3,000 00 

ST, BIS 34 
Prom vhidi deduct llie following repBTmoDta : 

Bf a H«nI««aUi«T. tt 3ft 

8. M. UeKt»a 3,600 00 





ctti^oucci^ Judge, qf 






$Sa,3]l 09 


B. R T«ii«T, chiBl 
J. M. WajM, un 


tit Sigtri-m OM </!!,* IMid Sum. 


































ioka A. Campbell 




«,O00 00 
















tss,8ie <T 



Cla^ jiatict amd atKoalt jvJgm, md judga ^ Iht arfliamf and crumul eatrti ^ On Dulrid af 



To Junes DdoIc^, chief JuBtlce 3,487 SO 

Juntas. lloiwlI,MMclate judge 3,330 00 

W. M. Uerrick do 3,360 00 

TlioiiiaaH. Crawford, Jndgf of th« critniiMl court 3,500 00 

W. F. Ponell, jodge of tbe orphuii' court 3,3S0 OO 



Didrictjudga <^ l/u IMtd Snom. 

To A. Ware, dirtrict judge, Ualne 2,000 0» 

H. Hurer, dUtdct judge, Kew Hampahlre 2,000 OO 

B. FreoUH, l&tediitrict judge, Vermont 89 3S 

D. A. Snudley, diatrtct judge, Vermont 2,000 Oft 

P. Spngne, district judge, HHMcbnBetts 3,000 OO 

J. Pit^ui, dittrict jDc^, Bhode Idand 1,000 OO 

C, A. iDgntall. diftrtct judge, CounecUcut.. 2,000 00 

S- K. Hmll,dirtrict judge, w«tem dittrict of Sew York 2,160 00 

8. B. Betta, dirtrict jodge, mnthem dlitrlct of New York 3,T60 00 

P. Dickenon, dlitrict jadge, New Jerw; 2,000 00 

J. K. Kuie. dlitiict judge, ea«tem dittrict of Fenua;lTuiiB 3,160 00 

F. Irwin, diitrict judge, western dittrict of Pennsjrlruil* 3,S00 00 

W. Hall, district judge, Delawue 2,000 OO 

W, F. GIlei, dittrict judge, Uarylud 3,000 OO 

J. D. Halliburton, dittrict judge, eastern dlatrlct of Virginia 2,760 OO 

J. W. Brockenbrongh, dlitrict judge, weatem district of Virgiida 2,600 00 

H. Potter, dittrict judge, Korth Carolbw 1,800 27 

A. G, Uagrath, dittrict Judge, BontkCtrolbw 2,760 OO 

J. C. IftooU, diattlct judge, Qeo^a 2,760 00 



Caitled forward $U,8BS «0 

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126 BECE1PT8 AND EXPENDITOEES, 

ie5T-'68. CIVIL LET, 

Bronght forwsid 43,683 SO 

To HcQneea Uclntmh, dUtrlct judge, northern district of Floridi S,t&0 00 

W. HftrvlB, district Judge, MUtbem district of Florida ..... 3,000 00 

8. Oftfle, illitrict jndga, Alabaraa 2,750 00 

8, J. OholeoD. dUtricl Jadgc, UJ«Blnlppl 2, GOO 00 

T. H. McCale1),dI«trictjDdge, eutern district of Lonlalaoft 3,600 00 

H. Boyce.distriot judge, weatem district of U)ul)iluia 2,SM 00 

J. CWatrom, district judge, eutem district of Texu 2,600 OO 

J. E. DuT&l, district jndgs, western district of Texu 2,fi00 Oi) 

D. ^go, district judge, AikuisBS .... .. S, fiOO 00 

Sunnel Treat, disMct jadge, cHstem district of Missonri ........ 3,000 00 

B.W. Wells, district jodge, western district of Hiaionil S.AOO 00 

T. B. Honroe, district judge, Eentuckj 2,300 00 

W. U. Humphreji, distrlot Judge, Teuuessea 2, BOO 00 

E. V. Wilson, district judge, northern district of Ohio 2,600 00 

E. E. LesTitt, district Judge, aontbem district of Ohio 2,BM 00 

E. H. EDDtlDgtoD, district judge, Indiana 2,SO0 00 

T. Drummond, district judge, northern district of nilnois S,5M 00 

S. E. Treat, jr., district judge, southern district of IllinoU 2,500 00 

R. WUkins, district judge, Michigan 3,000 00 

A. G. Miller, district judge, Wisconsin S.BOO 00 

J. M, Love, dUtrict judge, Iowa 2.000 00 

0. HoSoian, jr., district judge, northern distiictot California....... 0,000 00 

J. 8. K. Ogier, district Jut^, southern district of California 3,000 00 



S10T,3S3 60 



Mary i}/At artl^ juJgt for CUi/bnria. 

ToN. H. McAllister, circuit judge tt.828 OO 

Diitrvi aUomty* i^the VmUd Slaitt. 

ToO. F. Sheple7, district atloRiey, M^ne 200 00 

J. H. Qeorge, district sttoroe^, Hew Eampshlre 200 00 

E. B. Stonghton, district attome;, Vermout IBS 51 

L. B. Peck, late district attorney, Vermout 16 48 

B F. Hallett, late district attoroej, HaHachusetta 62 74 

C. Levi Woodbury, district attomer. HosaachasetU 197 26 

G. H. Brown, district attorney, Rhode Island 160 00 

W. D. Shipman, district attorney, Connecticut. 200 00 

S. B. Garvin, district attorney, northern district, New York 160 00 

G. B. Cannon, district attorney. New Jertey 200 00 

B. Biddle RoliiTts, district attorney, weatem district, PennqrlTanla .. 1S5 II 

James C, Van Dyke, district attorney, eastern district, Pennsylvania. 200 00 

Daniel M. Bates, district attorney, Delaware , 200 00 

W. M, Addison, district attorney. Maryland 200 00 

P. B, Key, district attorney. Diatriet of Columbia 200 00 

J. U. Gregory, district attorney, eastern district, Virginia.... 200 00 

F. B. Miller, district attorney, western district, A'iiginla 200 00 

B. P. Dick, district attorney, North Carolina..... 200 00 

Thcnuos Kvans, late district attorney, South C^vlina .............. 15 3N 

James Conner, district attorney, South Carolina .................. 1^4 62 

G. A. Oordun, district attorney, Georgia .................... 116 76 

JoHcph Oanahl, district attorney, Qoorgia .................. 84 24 

C. C. Yongc, dislrict attorney, northern diiitcict, Florida 200 00 

W. B. Backley. district attorney, southern district, Ftorida l&O 00 

Qeorge S. Walden, district attorney, northern district. Alabama 200 00 

A- J. Bequier, district attorney, southern district. Alabama 200 00 

E. J. Harris, district attorney, southern district, MisslMippi 2n0 00 

F. J. Lovujoy, district attorney, northeru district, MissimippI ... 166 48 



Carritd fbrwsrd.. 



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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDSES. 
1857-58. CIVIL LKT. 

Brought forwud. ........... 

To P. H. Clack, dlatijct attorney, eaitern dutrlct, Loaiiiiuia. ...... 

Floyd VTaltoa, dktrict attomay, weitern dlatrict, LoDUiana ........ 

tiamoel D. Hay, district attorney, eastern diitrlct, Teiaa ........ 

B. B. Hubbard, district attorney, wntcm dlatrict, Texas ........... 

Altitd M. Wilson, district attoroey, western district, ATkansas...... 

J. W. HcCtmaughey, late district attorney, eastern district, ArkanMs. 

J. M. HaiTtll, district attorney, eaeleni district, Arkansas .... 

Bead Fletcher, late district attorney, eastern district, Arkanms...... 

H. N. PanoQS, district attorney, vestem district, Missouri 

Thna. C. Reynolds, late dittrict attorney, eiutem district, UlMonri .. 

C. F. Bames, district attorney, eastern district, Mtaaoari 

C. C. Bogen, district attorney, Keutocky 

J. C. Ramsey, district attorner, eastern district. TenneMee 

T. B. Childrew, district attoraejr, middle district, Tenncaiee..... 

A. W. Campbell, district attorney, western dletrict, Tenneciee...... 

B. P. Banney, district attorney, northern district, Ohio............ 

D. O. M<Hlon, late district attorney, northern district, Ohio ... 

G. W. Belden, district attorney, eastern district, Ohio 

Etuler Kkthews, district attorney, western district, Ohio 

J. H. O'Neil, district attoroey, Mutbem district, Ohio 

A- P. Hovey, district attorney, ladiiuia ............. 

T. Hayne, lat« district attorney, Dortbem district, Illinois ......... 

A.M. Harrington, district attorney, northern district, Illinois...... 

W. J. Allen, district attorney, soutlicm district, Dlfnols ........... 

Joseph Miller, jr., district attorney, Michigan............. .... 

D- A. J. Upham, district attorney, Wisconsin . . 

J. R. Shaipstcin, district attorney, Wisconsin 

James C. Knapp, district attomsj, Iowa ....... . 

E. M. Wilson, district attorney, Minnesota Territory 

E. Eastbrook, district attorney, Nebraska Territory ..... 

W. Weer, district attorney, Kansas Territory 

Wm. C. Jones, district attorney, Nuw Mexico Territory ...... 

W. Blandlng, district attorney, northern district, CalUbmia .... 

P. Ord, district attorney, southern district, California....... . 

W. H. Farrar. district Htlomey. Oregon Territory 

J. 8. Smith, district attorney, Wasldngton Territory 



4,652 19 

115 00 
50 OD 

ISO 00 

199 45 

200 00 
53 30 
69 78 

ITS 35 
207 78 

41 76 
IBS U 
150 00 
200 00 
160 00 
200 DO 

74 36 

a 79 

116 85 

148 91 
61 09 

150 00 
18 68 

151 32 
200 00 

149 45 
189 56 

10 44 
200 00 
177 89 
250 00 
182 69 
187 50 
125 00 
600 00 
187 60 
129 64 



Maniali qf On Uniled Sbdm. 

To W. K. Kimball, marshal, Maine 193 41 

TirsilD. I'arrls, late marshal, Maine T 78 

Gvorge W. Stanley, late marshal, Maine 6 69 

Samuel Tilton, muvhal, New Hampsldre... ................ 290 00 

Lewis S. ParMdge. marslial, Vermont 172 63 

Charles Ch^n, late marshal, Vermoot 27 42 

T. C. Gardiner, marshal. Rhode Island 200 00 

CnrtiM Baoim, marshal, ConnecUcut 200 Oil 

John M. Uott, marshal, northern district. New York 160 00 

George H. Nelden, marshal, New Jeraey .... . 200 00 

jameaG. Campbell, marshal, western district, PenneylTAiila 177 47 

Wast ley Frost, late marshal, western district, Fenn8;lTBiil* 19 78 

William Marrow, marahal. Delaware 200 00 

John y. Wiley, marshal, eastern district, Virginia .... . 2riO 00 

J. T. 'Hartin, marshal, western district, Virginia . 200 00 

Wesley Jones, marshal, North Carolina... . . 400 00 

Tbomss D. Condy, marshal. South Carolina 200 00 

Dsniel H. Stewart, maishal, Georgia 300 00 

E. E. Blackburn, marshal, northern district, Florida .... 200 00 

Carried forward „«8,204,98 

.ecy Google 



128 RECEIPTS AND BXPENDITDBE8. 

185T-'Se. CIVIL Lisr. 

Brought forward 3,104 98 

ToF. J. Moreno, muKhal, aouthem district, Florida 200 DO 

C. M. Oodbold, msnliii], Boathem dbtrict, AlabuDS . 100 00 

Kichord Griffith, msnhal, southem illatrict, Mittisdppi 60 00 

W. H. H. Hboii. muahtl, QOrtbtru dbtrlct, Miivlidppi 1C5 SB 

A. A. KiactumoD, Iste marshal, northern district, HlMinipid. ....... 75 6S 

JoMph M. Kennedy, nuushal, ensteni dirtrict, Louldaoa 150 00 

Samael H. Hyanu, inarBbal, wegtern district, Lonislaiut ..... SOD 00 

Ben. McCal!och,manhal,eaatnn district, Texu_ 101 00 

John Qoindley, marshal, easteFD dlitrict.ArkansM 200 00 

Thomas S. Bryant, marshal. ca«tem district, Hissomi . SOO 00 

J. L. .Tonen, inarahal , weateni district, Missouri . 19S 91 

T. J. Young, mar»hftl, Kentncky 100 Sft 

W. H. Lowry, marshal, eastern district, Tennenee ................ 100 M 

Jesse B. Clements, marshal, middle district, Tennessee .. .. 200 00 

M. HcClanahan, marshal, westem district, Tennessee 197 25 

JabeaW. Fitch, marshal, northern district, Ohio ISO 00 

Lewis W. Siffird, marshal, southern district, Ohio 203 3S 

J. L. Bobinson, marshal, Indiana 200 00 

J. Nye, tate marshal, northern district, Ullnola GO 87 

James W. Davidson, monhal, northern diatrlot, IHlntds SB 13 

Robert W. Davis, marshal, Michigan 198 70 

George W. Bice, late manhal, Hlchigan 3 33 

laurel Summera, manihal, Iowa .... 160 00 

B. P. Bankln, maishal, Nebraska Territory 301 6& 

Ellas 8. Dennis, monhal Kama* Territory 137 Bl 

J. B. Donaldson, lat« maishal, Kansas Territory 112 09 

Charles Bl Dinner, marshal, New Heiloo Territory 200 00 

P. L. Solomon, marsha], northern district, California 484 07 

W. H. Bichardton, late mauhal, northern district, California . 176 it 

J. C Fennle. marshal, sonthem district, Oaliromla 338 31 

J. Y. HcOuflle, late marshal, southern district, Callfomla 05 BS 

John McOracken, marshal, Oregon Territory. ...... 300 00 

Qeorgc W. Corliss, marshal, Washington Territory .... . ISO 00 



To Charles Bluinner, marshal, New Mexico 5,111 00 

Curtiss Bacon, marshal, Connecticut 11,9S9 CI 

£. G. Blackbnm, marshal, northern district, Florida 10,898 00 

Inac 0. Bamei, late marshal, Msssachnsetts ...... 84S M 

James O. Campbell, marshal, western district, Pennsylvania.... 10,197 21 

George W. CorltH, marshal, Washington Territory 8,871 22 

J. B, Clements, marshal, middle district, TeDoesMe ... .... 3,027 OS 

T. D. Condy, marshal. South Carolina 8,S4t IS 

P. B. DotMD, marshal, Utah 16,44B 00 

J. W. Davidson, maishal, northern district, Dllntds 19,001 00 

B. W. Davis, marshal, Michigan 6,000 OO 

A. C. Dldumn, monhal, ■outhem district, nilnoU 8,880 60 

J. B. Dtmoldson, lat« monbal, Kansas........... 717 51 

J. W. Fitch, marshal, northern district, Ohio 13,775 71 

Watson Freeman, maitiia], Massachusetts .. 56,488 16 

F. C. Oordlner, marshal, Bb ode Island 8,800 00 

William B. Gore, monhal, Minnesota . 15,219 50 

J. D. Hoover, late marshal. District of Columbia 36,800 00 

Benjamin J. Jocowsy, marshal, western district, Atkonsaa ...... 18,153 00 

James L. Jones, martial, western district, Missouri. . 3,930 00 

Wesley Jones, marshal, North Carolina ..... .. ...... 4,003 Bl 

S. B. JeweU, marshal, northern ilistrict. New York 10,133 00 



Canied forwaid „ $»(Il7S1 71 



BECEIFT8 AND EXPEHDITUBEiS. 



129 



IBST-'M. CIVIL LKT. 

- Brought forward !90,TM 71 

Tv C B. JoTdan, late inarsbBi, nDitbern district, Miadsdppl 11 71 

John Jonei, lat« mu^al, New Mexico ..... i 1,562 87 

H&ttliBw Johnaon, nwnhal, Dortlieni district, Ohio 2, E>26 M 

Joseph H. Kennedy, m&nhsl, eHBtern district, LouiBiiuia . 2S,388 U 

William E. Kimball, marshal, Maine 8,867 06 

W. H. L0WT7, manhal, eastern district, TeuDesaee 4,146 4S 

J. T. Martin, marshal, weaterti district, Tirginia 2t, 901 72 

B. McCulloh, marshal, Gaatem district, Texas 18,619 00 

H. McClaqahan, maishul, weatora district, Tennessee 1,988 S2 

F. J, Moreno, marshal, southern district, Florida 6,800 00 

John M. Mott, msrshBl, northern district, New York......... 11,800 00 

George H. Nelden, niarsliBl, New Jersey 2,026 60 

L S. Partridge, matahal, Vermont 4,978 34 

JunesC Penoie, manhal, southern district, California.. ... S, ISfi 00 

Isaiah Rynders, marshal, southern district, New York . 61,160 87 

John L. SobinsDD, nuinhal, Indiana .. IT, 454 DO 

W. H. tUchardeoD, dec'd, late marshal, northern district, CalUbmla.. 644 81 

Oeerge W. Bice, late marshal, Michigan 632 14 

P. L. Holomon. marsbal, northern district, California . 16,6S2 46 

lAarel Sammers, marebal, Iowa.. .... . S,80S 2S ' 

I. W. Siflbrd, manh si, sontbem district, Ohio 17,124 39 

William Selden, marshal. District of Colombia 20,000 00 

Daniel H. Stewart, manhal, Georgia 1,837 00 

W. H. H. Tison, maiBbal, northern district, Miedsupid 2,664 67 

M. J. IlotnaB, maishal, VTisconsIn —......... 10,090 01 

John W. WatkloB, manhal, Harrlxi'l ■- 13,321 26 

John F, Wilej, marshal, eastern district, Virginia 9,422 64 

J- 8. Tost, manshal. eastern district, Penneylvanla 37,605 91 

Thomas J. Young, marsluil, Kentucky 2,173 30 

W. C, Tomig, marshal, western district, Texas 23,232 99 

William J Allen, United Slates attorney, southern district, Illinois.. 683 00 

W. M. Addison, United States attorney, Maryland 2,336 70 

George W. Belden, United States attorney, easteiti district, Ohio 794 40 

William Blanding, late United States attorney, northern district, 

California __ 4,841 3S 

Winer Bethel, acting United States attorney, sontbem district, Florida. 106 90 

a«c^e H. Browne, United States attorney. Rhode Island 747 10 

DmnielM. Botes, United States attorney, Delaware 26 00 

H. R. Crosbie. United States attorney, Washington Territory 170 00 

F, Clark, United States attorney, Waehington Territory 70 00 

Jsmea Colmsr. United Slates attoroey, South Carolina 1,273 30 

O. S. Cannon, United States attorney. New Jersey 249 80 

F. H. Clack, United States attorney, eastern district. Louiwana 1,985 00 

CI A. Carroll, UniCedStatesattomey,pvean., eastemdistrict, Arkansas. 16 00 

T. B. Childress, United Slates attorney, middle district. Tennessee... 255 00 

A. W. Campbell, United States attorney, western district, Tennessee.. 130 00 

BL p. Dick. United States attorney, North Carolina 120 OO 

Korman Eddy, late United Slates attorney, Mirmesota Territory 236 60 

E. Eatabrook, United States attorney, Nebraska Territory 4TT 00 

Bwood Erans, acting United States attorney, Washington Territory.. 225 00 

Brad Fletcher, late United States attorney, eastern district, Arkanus. 65 00 

B. J. FranldiQ, deputy United States attorney, Kan»w Territory 65 00 

Jolm H. Oeoige, United States attorney. New Hampsbire ;.. . 99 00 

John H. Gr^ory, United Stales attorney, eastern district, Virginia.. 1, 663 00 

S. B. Oarvin, United States attorney, northern district, New York... 1, 114 00 

0«<^ge A. Gordon, late United States attorney, Georgia. ... 77 BO 

Joseph Ganahl. United States attorney, Georgia 100 00 

H. J. Harris, United Stales attorney, southern district, Mississippi 133 00 

W. O. Hale, acting United States attorney, eastern district, Texas... -216 00 
William H. Uaiman, United Stales attorney, pro foit., western district, 

nrtlnia. : 40 CO 

Carried forward J661,19S|68 



130 HECEIPTS AND EXPENDlTDEEa. 

1857-'58. CIVIL LHT. 

Brought forward fi61,I9S 69 

To A. P. Eorej, Uoited St&tw attoma j, ImUana 110 00 

Samuel D. Eaj, United State* attorney, eastern dlatjfct, Texas TIT 70 

A. M. Herrington, United States attorney, northam district, Ulinaia. 1,3*7 GO 
K B. Hubbard, United States attemey, western district, Tezu 600 00 

B. F. HaUett, late IInlt(d States attorney, MaasachuBettB 1, 64fi 00 

O. L. Heniy, deputy United States attorney, Eanaas Territory BS 00 

John M. Hairell, United Statee attorney, eastern tUstrict, ArkaunB... 210 00 

William C. Jones, United StAt«i attorney, New Hczioo Tenitot7 l&O 00 

A. J. iMcks, late United States attoraey. Eanns Territory T2fi 40 

J. C, Knapp, United States attomay, Iowa 341 OO 

P. B Key, United States attorney. District of Colnmbia 6,480 OO 

B. F. Kendall, acting United States attorney, Washington Territoij.. 235 60 
F. J. Lovejoy. United States attorney, northern district, Mi—i—i ppl 41 40 

F. B. Hiller, United Stetes attorney, western district, Virginia 1,046 80 

Joseph Miller, jr., United StAtes attorney, Hlchigtm 1,GT1 00 

Stanley Hatthewa, United States attorney, western district, Ohio 940 50 

John UcKeoD, late United States attorney, soutbem district, New 

York - t,TaS 00 

William A. Hoore, assistant United States attorney, Michigan 10 00 

PadficnsOrd, United States attoniey. sonthem dlsMct, California... B,filT OO 

John H. O'Neill. United States attorney, sonthtm district, Ohio 693 OO 

H. M. Parsons, United States attorney, western district, Ulssourl 165 DO 

James C. Ramsey, United States attorney, eastern district. TennesBee. 345 OO 

B. P. Ranney, United States attorney, northern district, Ohio 194 SO 

A. J. Bequier, United States attorney, southern district, Alabama 4T5 DO 

Thomas C. Reynolds, late United Slates attorney, eastern district, 

MiMouri IS5 00 

R. B. RoberiA. Uuited BUtea attorney, western district, Pent»jlT«nls. 398 00 

C. C. Rogers, United States attorney, Kentucky Ifil 10 

a. F. Shepley, United States attorney, Maine 1,500 18 

W. U. Sbipmon, United Stetes attorney, Connectlcat 191 TO 

Theodore Sedgwick, United States attorney, southern district. New 

■ York ( - 1,710 00 

Hosea Stout, United Slates attorney, pn Con., Utah Territory 491 40 

J. B. Smith, United Stales attorney, Washington Territory 175 60 

William Strong, acthig United States attorney, Washington Territory. 60 00 

H. E. Stoughton, United States attomay, Vermont 60 60 

R. H. Tompkins, United Stetea attorney, pro fcn. , New Heiico Teni- 

tory 80 00 

F Delia Torre. United States attorney, northern district, Catifomla.. i,26B DO 

Jesse TDiiier,UDitedStatesattoruey,j/niraR,, western district, Arkansas. 21 00 

D. A. J. Upham, United Statee attorney, Wisconsin <tB 00 

J. C. Van Dyke, United Slates attorney, eoatem district, Pennsylvania. IZ* 00 

C. L. Woodbury, United States attorney, HasSBChnsetla 3,169 60 

B, M, Wilson, United States attorney, Minnesota Territory 480 OO 

George S. Walden, United Slates attorney, northern district, Alabama. 59 60 

Alfred H. Wilson, United States attorney, western district, Arkansas. 488 00 

William Weir, United States attorney, Kansas Territory B16 00 

H. C. Anderson, clerk United States supreme court, Nebraska Territory. 70 00 

James Barry, clerk second judicial court, New Hezloo Territory 117 90 

Roger T. Beol], clerk dislrict court, Nebraska 191 10 

W. H. badley, clerk circuit anl district oLurto, northern district, 

nilnois 

A. A. Boyce, clerk circuit court, northera district. New York . . 

Alfred Blackmfui, clerk circuit and district courto, ConnecUcnt .. 

Horace Bawett, clerk circuit court, Bidiona l 

A. A. Brown, clerk district G«DTt, Cape Fear district, North Carolina. 
Jacob Beeson, clerk district court, western district, Pennsylvania.... 

Jotssph B. Brown, clerk district court, Florida . ........ 

Oeorge F. Bette, clerk district court, sonthem district. New York... 
0. W. Crotier, clerk district court, eastern 'district, T 



CarrM forward... 






BECEirXS ASD EZFEND1TUBE8. 131 

lui-'se. cira. usT. 

Bionght fbrwwd T0S,9T< S4 

To Edward C&ntwell, clerk district oourt, North CaroUna 106 63 

A. CoDkting, clerk diitrict oonrt, northera diatcict, New York 1, 166 96 

Jobo M. Chapmu), Uta clerk dUtiict coart, Wubiugtou l^^toi?... 282 T& 

EliM T. Cluk, late clerk diitrict oouit, New Mexico Territorjr 191 00 

Hugh A. Corlej, clerk district cooit, Darthem dUtiict, Florida Tt 46 

William T. Cairall, clerk TJoited titates Sapretae Court, District of 

ColnmWa ...*. 23 U 

A- De Uarle, clerk district court, first judicial district, New Heiioo 

Territory IB2 60 

B. W. edraondsoa, clerk district court, weatem district, HisalBslppi.. 66 00 

O. F. Emerj. clerk drcnit court, Maine.. . , 379 96 

L. N. Elliott, clerk Dnlted SUtes courts, eastern district, Virgbia... 446 86 

JobD T Frands, clerk district court, eastern district, Virginia...... 206.06 

H. W. Puller, clerk drcuit court, MsMachusetle 663 40 

O. R. Fairbanks, late clerk district court, northern dietrtct, Florida.. 167 86 

WilHam Field, clerk United Klatea coorta, eastern district, Aikaiuaa. S56 66 
O. OallaKher, late clerk district court, second jadidaldiatrict, Waah- 

iogtou Territorr 499 OS 

J. W. Qurley. clerk circuit court, eastern district, I^ulsisna 3,762 01 

P. H. B- Oayle, nlerk district court, middle district, Alabama T8 41 

F W. Green, clerk circuit and district courts, northera district, Oblo. 1,679 45 

Henry T. Gray, clerk United States courts, Ijouth Carolina S14 10 

Nathan Gammon, clerk drcuit court, eastern district. Tenneisee 234 13 

George E. Holt, clerk of United States courts, Alabama 370 TO 

A. B. Hatch, clerk circuit and district ujurts, New Hampshire 72 SO 

C.fi. Heniy,derk circuit and district courts, Georgia. 184 36 

Matthew HopUot, clerk district court, western district, Texas 306 OS 

J. L. Hathaway, cleric dIstKct court, Wisoonsin 267 6& 

W. H. Haf wood, deceased, Ute clerk circuit court. North Carolina 877 94 

Jaaon Harrison, clerk dbitrlct court, western district, UliFouri 174 90 

B.F. Hickman, derk circuit court, Ulnouri 373 OS 

WiUUm fl. Hunt, deck district court, northern district, Georgia 10 00 

V- B. Jennings, derk district court, eastern district, Louidana 1,496 2S 

Geo. P. JohuEton, late cUrk drcuit court, northern district, California. 1, TTl 10 

Tbomaa L. Kane, clerk i^strlct court, eastern district, Permsylvania... 896 40 

Jame^ Loire, derk district court, eastern district, Texas 421 29 

George W.I^wry, clerk dMrict court, southern dUtrict, Illinois 6,003 TS 

ThomiE L. Moore, clerk district court, wCBtem district, Virginia ..... 1,196 37 

John A. Honroe,clerk district court, northern district, California 8,898 73 

J<4irt A. Monroe, clerk United States courts, Kentucky 280 2S 

Wn. Minor, dcrk drcuit and district courts, sonthem district, Ohio. 1,209 67 

JohnH. Miller, clerk district court, Wiaoon sin 689 10 

Joseph B. May, clerk district court, notbe.ti district, Florida ..: 204 10 

Jacob McQavock, clerk circuit and district courts, middle district, 

Tennessee OS 00 

John W. Nelson, late clerk drcuit court, southern district. New York. 80 00 

Wm. P. Preble, jr .clerk district court, Maine 79B 01 

J. W. nkddock, derk district court, Crst judidal district, Nebraska 

Territory 268 66 

Edward B. Prentlii, derk drcuit and district courts, Vermont .. 90 10 

P.J. Parker, late clerk district court, eastern district, lexaa 716 06 

Beory Pitman, clerk United States oourts, Rhode Island 464 60 

George Plitt,Iate clerk circuit court, eastern district, Peimsjlvanla..- 1,140 20 

T. 8. Parrin, clerk district court, Iowa ■ 172 10 

Oeoi^ W. Prcscott, clerk district court, seoond district, Minnesota 

Territory 06 00 

Benjamin Patton, clerk drcuit court, esstern district, Fenngyivnuia... 76 00 

U. W. Blden, clerk dUtrict court, second judicial district, Nebruka... 186 60 

Colnmbns Sims, clerk district court, southern district, California 1,444 46 

Thomas Spicer, clerk district court, Maryland.. 9H:j 2S 

I. D. Sheets, late clerk district oourt, Brst J udicial district. New Mexico. 49 76 

CUiied fbrwMd 1760,309 OT 



lo£ BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES . 

1857-'68. cant LBT. 

• Brought forward ,...,. 

To Wm. D. WilkioB, clerk dutrict conrt, llichlg;u)_ 

KenoetbO. White, clerk circuit coart,Boutheni district, New York... 

John Winder, clerk cirenlt court, Michigan .,,,. . 

L, E.Walea, clerk circuit and district courts, DeUware 

James R. WhIUhead, clerk district cooit, fliit judicial district, Kums 

Territory 1_(33 22 

Joseph Adams, commiesinner,DorUiem district, Ohio ... 3) 10 

Richard Beeion,eommiaHoner,weetem district, PennsylvanlB.. 533 30 

J. Burchard, commiwioner, eastern diiWct, Pemujlvania , m 80 

George Q. Bull, commisaionflT, Hiehlgan ., 97 |0 

John H. Broag, oommisidoDer, northern district, HUdoIx ., 17s 8S 

J. M. Bachelder, commisdoner, third Judidal district, WMblngton 

Temtory , ... ... 53 35 

Joseph Bridghani, cainin!Hiioner,EOuthem diBtrict,New York. US 40 

John C.Ck»mstock, commissioner, ConnecUcDt ,. . 77 15 

J. H, Clary, commissioner, Wisconsin Ij 10 

C, F. Curtis, Jr., commissioner, Massachusetts ' .. . 1,047 45 

James Cochran, commlsslouer, eoathem district, Ohio . ...... U OS 

CM. Dorr, oommissioner, northern district, Oiilo.. 31 S6 

Thomas A, Dehlols, commissioner, Maine .. 16S 00 

John C.0raQni8,commiBBi0Qet, northern district, Ohio ..... 227 70 

E.C.ai]chrlst, commissioner. South Carolina . „ 20B 60 

R.H. Hall, commissioner, Indiana Jfi U 

John Haiian,conimisHioner, Maryland ....... 368 20 

Bobert J. Hilton, commissioner, northern district, New York... 157 71 

Luther HaymondiCommisuoner, western district, Vlrglaia...... . 10 00 

C. F. Heazlitt, commissioner, eastern district, Penn^lvanla 127 SO 

C. E. IngersoU, commissioner, Connecticut fS 05 

Leonard Kip, commlsdoner, northern district, New York ....... M ST 

E. Q.Loting, commissioner, Mawachusetts 1, S30 7ft 

C. W. Lorlag, oommissioner, Haasachusetta .. ,. 813 7ft 

D. C. Lftbatt. late commissioner, eastern district, LonlslaDA 39 K 

B.M.I>tsbe',oomaiisslaner, eastern district, Lonislaiui 316 SS 

H. Myers, commiaiionBr, Georgia . ... 24 Oft 

J, P. C. Mather, commisaioner, Connecticnt...., ,. ng fto 

James M. McKiulay, commissioner, Iowa . 8 IS 

George W. Morton, commissioner, southern district. New York 402 SO 

Joseph M. Meserve, commissioner, H^ne IT 65 

C.McAlliskir, commissioner, northern district, Califomia ... 180 10 

E. R.NHwhBlI,commlBuoner, southern district, Ohio ........... 303 ftO 

Richard B. Owens, commissioner, southern district, Alabama 11) 25 

John B.Ogden, commissioner, western district, Arkansas . 198 45 

Joseph 8. Pitman, commissioner, Rhode Island . ..... 133 6ft 

John L. Pendery, commissioner, southern dlstrict,Ohlo.... ..... ft )ft 

AlbenusPerry,commis8ioner, northern district. New York 02 00 

John Y. Page, commissioner, Missouri . ...... .. 7 45 

D.W.Pardie.commlsglouer, Connecticut 77 40 

John W.Bea,commisidouer, Indiana 640 10 

John Band, commisduner, Maine .. ..... 96 SO 

R.E.Bt!lwell, commisaioner, southern district, Hew York 1,8S6 70 

Winifred Smith, commissioner, WUconrin 6S «0 

H. M. Cady,aa8istajit timber agent ...... ........ .... 400 00 

0. W. Moore, agent of the Interior Department. .. 316 80 

SlDtdug Prltcbette, special agent of the Indian Department 4S0 80 

A. K.Biythe, consul 122 20 

H. H. Baistow, oonsul 14 01 

i.O. Chandler, consul 878 00 

William Knapp, J r. , consul - 213 50 

Ocorge W. Elmball, consul 8fi 3T 

Qerrge W. Morgan, oonsul MB Sft 

A. A. Heed, oonsul 00 

CMrirf forwM,! -a,^ "htTmsVi 



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I8ST-'58. CITIL LIST. 

BroDgbt forward tT0,046 07 

TDaWbilaker, oonsal 166 70 

The Americui PbilosopUtsI Society 1,260 00 

ChuIflsBngge 200 00 

Jobo C. Bodham 10 00 

Qnentin Bmbee 200 00 

D»ri™ Caldwell 21 «5 

Edward Clark 162 fi6 

OooigaColRii '. ID 00 

Samod F. Conee 270 00 

J.S. Clarke 11 87 

C.L.D»boU 47 75 

Lewia K DelaSeld 26 95 

J.Qdiidge 80 00 

RirJiai^e Company of New faleaiM 1,000 00 

WiUiam Braa 60 00 

Jamca B. Bhou 12 00 

CH. Edwards 20 00 

Jaoob Filnn 2G0 00 

Oeoige Fitihi«h 1,404 SS 

Farrell ft Herring GOO 00 

Qiicimiati Qaietle Company 1 26 

A. a. Gray 50 00 

A-Oeorseft J.BoblDS : 1,911 00 

W. Gilbiaitti 28 20 

N.A.Oordoa 200 00 

Andrew Olanell 1, 112 90 

C. a Ooodrich 600 00 

JohaT. Hndwm '. GOO 00 

William T. Hendrick 7 60 

D. CBare _ 61 16 

Jardine, Matlheaon ftCo 5,903 34 

H.W.IitMr 4 10 

JadKM) oonnty, Iowa .. ........ 239 73 

^Kinnaiieer 16 10 

llMittMH. League.. 1,000 00 

John 8. Lawrence 3,000 00 

Qeorge W. Lee, deceaoed 80 00 

The Prerident of the [aw Bniidlng Company 460 00 

JohnLoacombe ........... ... ........ . 90 00 

JanuBLyona 1,000 00 

lie treuDier (rf Looiw ooimty, Iowa 1,991 37 

James lAimoo 891 60 

Bdwaid Lanre, dooeaaed ....................... 1,000 00 

A.P.lADreut 60 00 

Btopben Logan SOO DO 

liYcrpool, New Tork, and PhlladelpbU Steam Sbip Company 121 00 

The comralHoner of Lycoming cotuity, PenDsylTaiila 100 00 

A- W. McPbonon * J. Bwrott 6,900 00 

John P»rrott 7,999 99 

JohDHcVlckei 3,000 00 

Archibald UcEende 1,800 00 

Paler HeGrGai S3B 36 

KcAiUndA Downey 3,000 00 

ThomM J. HlUer 40 76 

Samuel H. HoKean 686 01 

Max. Hack 600 00 

WflUaHimroe 30 00 

D. F. Hoiman... 162 76 

B.L.HackaIl 176 06 

mHiamA. Manry 260 00 

H. T. MoUahon 43 60 

Chnled forward »^]^^^1^^. 



Id4 BECEIPTS AKD EXPENDITOEES. 

1B&7-'S8. CIVIL LIST. 

Brought fonmd 819,103 II 

To Hie corpomtloa of New York dt; 1,260 W 

B.M. Putter 160 00 

Joeepb Rose .. ..,_. ........ 3,750 00 

JuneBReed 913 06 

JunetReity 171 04 

ThomaaP. Beabo 69 «5 

W.E Hoberto 12 00 

C, Bosellng 6,000 00 

E. D. Band ft H. W. SUir SOD 00 

S- M. SireQHon 860 00 

ThomaiSBrage 193 20 

J. T. Scammon 750 00 

Koliert Strong SO 00 

A.P.Bt0De,jr 121 87 

Fred. Sraftb SB 30 

li. P. TVef «tro 35 00 

William E-TYofry , 2S 00 

F.O.WaterB& Son 900 OO 

' James L. Wlbiay ud other* 3,000 OO 

Benjamin Will lams 65 60 

O.Wfnkoopft J.Jenklu ,. 160 00 

Richard Woolworth 11 30 

838, lei OS 
From which deduct the following Tepayinanto : 

^V.I>.P»rrii 7 78 

W. Piort 10 78 

J. T. Wiley 1*9 00 

A. C. Pepper H 73 

G.W. Btulej 1,231 07 

W. H. Richudwn 176 68 

A. A. Kincannon ....... . S 82 

0. W. ainton 41 40 

C. O. Hanmood — 67 39 

J. Norrell 131 41 

J. Bates 1,994 13 

B. Caiej 632 00 

B-McColloh 2,669 96 

M. Forrent _■. 900 03 

J. Nye 683 88 

T. K, SmlUi 1,484 00 

J. M. Allen 1,368 02 

J. T. Myrick 808 70 

E. COoke 84 46 

J. T. HcDaffle 202 93 

J. K. JohaKm T7I 13 

A. Hnnter 1,072 44 

C. Blnmner 168 87 

T. J. Young 40 65 

J. B. Clemenls 376 60 

1,191 10 

16,203 96 



To Joeeph 8. Hay, clerk dlatrict ooort, northern dirtrlct of Florida 

W. 0. Grain, clerk dletrict court, wextem district of Loaielana .... 

Wm. H. aarretKm, clerk diitrlct coort, northern district of LooIdMUi. 



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EBCEIPT8 AND EXPENDITUBES. 135 
.8S7-'6a. CIVIL LIST. 

Brought fbT ward $l,Tfl2 OT 

T J. Farker, clerk district court, Texas 19! 64. 

Wm. Field, derkdjatrictcourl, eHtemdutrlct of ArkatUM..... iT3 76 

T. 8 ParviQ, clerk district oonrt, Iowa 86 71 

Jamea Findlay, clerk mpreme court of Kanasa Territory .. 347 79 

B. H. HiggiDga, UXe clerk district ooart, 8d jiidlcUl district of £. T.. 260 S8 

J. Barry, clerk ad judicial diatnct of Se\r Uexlco Territory 16G 68 

Wm. J. Appleby, clerk supreme court of DCali Territory . 688 04 

J. O. Wilaan, clerk snprrane coart of Oregon Territoiy....... .... 264 89 

John H. Chapman, late clerk 3d jodlcial district of Waihtngton Ter'y. 200 08 

a. Oallaher, late clerk district court, 2d judicial district of W. T 2,293 31 

H. W. Hilier, clerk district court, 2d judicial district of W. T 4 18 6S 







$7,033 29 


Tb Q. L. Currj. » 
B- P. Harding, 
Q. H. WUliaoM 
C. Onley aa 








., chief Justioe 

wdatojnstloB 


2,500 OO 
2,020 83 








miUag.,fm,mb^iqflie!vUdi»ea««^,,>ffi«ri,t(,^, 






$13,046 08 


To B. F. Harding, 


efOtfonlirr^, 


<h„n«r, jiOgm, md mcrdary <^ WimMla Ibr^ors. 




15. Samiiel HtdalT 
C. L Chsae... 




...secretary 


1,716 93 
197 80 


W. H. Wetah, < 
H. Bherbnne.. 


:hief justice 

.anociate JQstioe i... 


3,000 OO 

219 78 

1,390 11 


C. E. Flaodrau 


do 


1,838 31 




S8,3B6 10 




w»(a HrrilOfy. 

2,000 00 


J. T. BoMer. lato do..'. 


117 24 













CMsvarf ajmum nf IBautela nrrifory. 

1« fcrnuelMrfary, goremor »1,000 00 

A>s«nwr,><^,awI«ntoyqrCW nrribfy ^ JVoo JToim. 

ToD. MerriweUier, gowmor 2,t46 01 

A. M. Jactaon (eerataiy 1,006 43 

Canled forward 13,160 U 

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136 EECEIPTB AND EaPENUITURBS. 

1BST~'M. CIVIL LIST. 









3,250 4i 


J. J. DuTenport, chief jnitlce 

P. E. BrocchDE UKolBte JngUca.. 

K.Benedict do 


:::::::::::::::::: 


:::::::::: 


S,374 50 
1,044 00 
S,91S 00 




«qrafiviri<tfte<Mi>uyyinr 






$12,711 <6 




Medco. 












r^^Bicnt; 






Fiom which deduct the followlDK 


«, &11 00 




n,Tii«rvloMf.faVM 


4*rpr*r»- 






117,641 »S 




(rnWofcir. 











CbMigail ^auu'qf &e Tinitorf qf Jfae Mtdm, iaduJing em/mutNcm </ tht ptnm m^of^i bf 



Goiimiar,}uigtt, tmd tMttlary nf A* flrritory vf CU, 

ToBrighun Toang, late geTenior. ........... .. . . StS 00 

DbIido R.EccI(» chief jiutice 1,T93 48 

JohDF. KlDDor, Iftte do 713 31 

QeoigaP. Btile*, EaKidato Jnatioe 1, 00ft 43 



QiiiyiaMa(iManiaBbv<y>>i<'"'*n«'<*''V>''^**aMfm%tf'lb Tkritny 4^ Cio*. 



34,600 DO 



IVom which dedoct the tollowiog iqwrment : 
■»] A. W. B*bUtt B, 000 00 



Onttvoil Ufmm <f O* nrritoy qT Vlak. 



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Oemwir, j^n^B, "xl ternary «f WMmgloit Territory. 



ToTkjBtte McMnllen,. governor 




I,f03 SI 


































$13, MS B« 




miMWivM' 




lmtmdarvt/aArltina4utet^ 




amli,V»^npmm,^ W^M^lon 7M^. Mm 


l,24fl » 








Hf a$ Ttrnlory </ yAnOa. 






$1,368 T€ 


ac^i>orJ,dg^ mi M^^b^ 








S,OGfi IS 






T. B. Cnmmfng, Becretan 




MO M 




























»»,«» 90 



I, ••cretaiy $14,000 00 



From which deduct the followbog np«rm«iU: 

Bj FraiKii Burt, late ^versor .. 

M. V. terd, late gcmemm.,... 



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138 BECBIPXa AKD EXFENPITUBE8. 

18B7-'M. CIVIL LI8T. 

Bronght forwud 1,383 40 

To John W. Ge&ry. late governor 618 06 

F. P. Stanton. McretwT —.—............. .... 1,011 11 

S. D. Locompte, chief jnstioe .............. 2,000 00 

S. O, Cato, Eu«ocIate jmtice .....,.,,... . 2,000 00 

Thomu CuDumgbam, I&te BMocUtc jnaUce............ .. ITO 33 

JoMph Willlami, anocUte jiutioe 1,(63 B6 



To JohoW. GoBiy, late govemor .................. 



To W. Bomett npervlaiiig inspector 1, 116 IS 

0. W. Copeland do l,B6fl 80 

JobnS. Brown do 3,973 08 

D. Embree ..do 1, BOT 15 

J. SbolIcroM do 1,887 30 

B. Crawford do 3,617 18 

J. Lewi* do 8,267 >5 

A. Wallter do 3,*67 U 

0. A. Htfleld do 3,563 91 

JoIiD SpuTOw ..loE*l intpectoT. ...... .......... 347 90 

John M. WeelM do 3,000 00 

H. B. BeowlA do 3,000 00 

nioiiimMurphy..................do ........ . . 1,000 00 

Samuel Taoghao ....do 1,000 00 

Heniy F. Toolmln do 1,067 00 

JohaC. Hanh do 8,000 00 

H. A, Wllaon do 300 00 

Heary Stnglatoo do l.fiOO 00 

John Will»Tn do 400 00 

Joeeph Bwager.............. dn.......................... 1,200 00 

H. M. Kiillipa do B74 10 

Andrew Walaoti do 1,000 00 

George W. Strong do 1,865 50 

B A. Btunard do 6IS 61 

Charles Beeree ..do 1,300 00 

U 8. White do 218 00 

HenrjH. HsniHB do 400 00 

■ BHjahBoot do «S 00 

K. Prindertlle do 000 00 

Thomai Tmenun do 1,100 00 

J. W. Dyer do 3*6 80 

Andrew Bambam do 981 SO 

J.C. HUl do 1,345 06 

J. F. Farlow do 1,111 10 



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SECEIPT8 AND EZPENDirnRES. 



To Jmmcs Cnrren .... 

W. H. Hunter do.. 

a, B. Dsrids *).. 

BdnrdCuidler do.. 

K. E. Hewca do.. 

Loke Christie........ ...... ...do.. 

W. Kloe do.. 

Jobn Cmnberlaiid ....do.. 

nomM HMun .... . do.. 

Cbarlei Qilmore....... do.. 

Jama H. HcCord ....do.. 

Benben Dkiraon i, ......do.. 

T. J. HaldemBn .....do.. 

W. W. Qathrie do— 

CI»rk Hbdmi do.- 

JohnH. Dickey do.. 

TbomM C. JamM . ...do.. 

W, F. CbUtendeu do.. 

T. E. DeFomrt do.. 

John B. )jM ....do.. 

W. T Barnes do.. 

JohnC. Hoyt ..do.. 

GeoTga W. Coffta do . 

B. Cnuuton .... ......do.. 

WUIlam mUer dO-- 

CalTin Later do.. 

C. M. IMwU do.. 

M. P. Hatch do.. 



A. W. 'HompaoD do 

J.O. HcLeu) do 

B. 8. Bnwiter do , 

T. J. Haldnnaa and W. W. Oathifo, local inipecton .. 

J. Swagerand B. DawMn dd ... 

A.M.Fhillii)caDdC. BaoM do 

J. W. HcCord and H. Sngletoa do.. 

J. S. IHckeyandA. Wataon do 

J. WUtODUidH. H. HarrlaoD do 

C- Bmtm and Thomu IVueman do............. 

T. Tbrnm and J. C. Har^ do 

J. 0. McLean and J. C. Harih do , 

i. U. Week* and H. E Benwick do 

B. Prinderllle and T. C. JamM do 

H. F.Tonlmin and J. CimtberlaQd. .do.. ...... 

C. Tanghan and Thomaa Uoiphy do,.. .... 

C. A. TwwrbridgB 1 



a, SS8 3S 

1,072 80 

357 60 

393 20 

6T7 51 

930 07 

SS5 00 

ASS 00 

1,000 00 

1,464 39 

397 60 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

1, 6SS 66 

1,447 01 

600 00 

1,600 00 

600 00 
2,600 68 

'600 00 

300 00 

627 es 

1,632 00 

1.7&2 00 

41 67 

41 67 

619 00 

684 OB 

60 00 

666 00 

133 76 

1,SB0 44 

844 8S 

128 46 

601 70 
660 89 
364 06 
146 64 
867 81 
287 38 
108 60 
471 16 
779 21 
806 79 
127 70 



fVom which deduct the followlitg repayment : 
Br W. W. Ontbrle, local inipector 



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1887-'58. CIVIL LIST. 



Sipain md tB^rattmaU 1/ buUdhtg canur ^ F <md Snaltmlk dn^. 
By HkOian Bioa ._ $&17 39 

OfflttrMfnt On mne^ gaunt rfVlali,fiiA,beaiM, gM i i» ni,ltt. 
By D. H. Bnrr >3>T 76 

For Vit dontHioinmd Kcekangi ^ ttitkiKKnaitt, Siv-, oianiiaceialOuii^iaatt/thtMntJJibrmrf 
By Ulduwl Nonne -' tlS6 08 

ByNsUwu Bioe $188 80 

CbnpautfKn and mUttgt <f mtmbtr* ^ A* UgUatitt anmkblf ^ Jfitcamn Ibntory. 
By J. H. HOler $309 11 



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1S67-'S8. HmOELLikNEOUa. 

Pai/mmti^iimirymm»iitia$rtml*ib]iipaUiaelnfOaiigritt. 

■fti Blinbeth C. Peny 400 00 

Bacbel DohnnAn 112 60 



Wagi* </ WdhbNM atlhtmkti» PMxJatpUci. 
To Daolel Stmgeon, tTflunrer tH, BDO 00 



JnddaUal and eontmgeit apaua, irduding tmulagt, t(e., t^ Ou mint in PhU 
To Duiel Stargeon, tr««Biirei $75,000 00 



Spt ti mmu igora and bowj to bt rtmvtd ai lU mint in PhUmUplda, 
To DuSel Sttugeon, treaaurer , (600 00 



H </ b^ian fnm tilt See Tori omi^ q^ te th$ JfitOai StalfmM for eomagt. 
To Daniel StarKGon, triMurar $10,000 00 



TByM ^ vorkmm at tfa bnmA wW at CWfaft, H. O. 
ToO. W.CddweU, niperintendent .' S3, 600 00 



^Mtagt^gdd and contingent e^eunatOubnmA mint at CAorMte, If.C., inducUngtiupan <^tm 
ToO. W, CaJd*eII, npertDtondeDt.. tl,SO0 00 



Wagm^vorhitaialOitlmotA mM ttf DMauga, Onrgia, 
To J. H. PattcHi, loperiiitGndent .' -. tS.BOO 00 



Wadagt ^ gold imd tontiagaU ofoum M (h brand nU ^ D^lomffa, Omrgia. 
tol.lL Pfttkm, Hupoiintendent «1,360 00 



Wagtt tf iDDrimai at tti hrmA mint at Ifta Orbani. 

roJMOe* Brawer, trcuorar H.SOO 00 

A. J. Onliot, o(4nM 17,700 00 

$30,000 00 



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142 BECE1FT8 iBD EXPEHDTTDBES. 

185T-'SS. HISUELIANEOU& 

Wait^ i/s"^ ^<^ *■'■*' m' mtUvMl ffwiMi at lit brmuh ami al Hev Orltau, 

To J(un«8 Brewer, treuorer IS, SOO OO 

A.J. Onlrot, ooiner 17,000 00 

Dnniel Sturgeon, Uewntet Doited 6tatM Mint at Phllkdelphk G,2&3 30 

H1,:G3 30 



RdtO&isportiom ^ On woOi, m^ conplA r^w*. tit.,€f At tnmk mM at Nat (Maw. 

To Emila Ia Sere, digbaraiug agent. '. tT,>(H> 00 

S.M. HcEean, dlBburalDgderkof tbeTreuurrDciMttmeDt 3ftl GO 

Ccoper, Hewitt ACo 10,1*3 eo 

J. C. Potte 10,061 47 

Trenton Locomotlre and HacblneUano&ctaiiiigCoiiipMiy, at iTeotoa. 14,880 92 

$83,418 49 



Wageii^ Kiorlaiun Utile hnmtiimitt at SmF.attatm. 

To J. E. Bnjder, treworer »171,a78 31 

Ireidtnki tad evnUngtnt ejimit m i/Un irmtA «w< ^ iSwt Franeueo. 

To J. B. SnydeT, treasaTer .'. 7fl,9» 16 

Daniel Stnrguon, treasarerof mint at Philadelphia 18,909 M 

miliam BlandiDS 164 60 

«B8,003 21 



id eoHUHgtM ajimtn bi Oit tme^ <^kt d Nem Yak. 

To J. J. Otoo, treasurer lOjOOO BO 

ifiom which deduct the following n^jmsatt : 

By Oeoge B. JackBon A Co •283 SO '* 

Bdgai Btanibuiy 150 63 

831 13 

«lB,46ft 87 

BtablUatis a In-moiMy nurU by ileam vemb MwMn Aew OrUoM and Ttrt Cha. 
To the Port Offlce Department UB,760 OO 



7b;ofitmM lit maa mvice hthtm% Oharltden, Ktg Fa(, omI Owma, dMv Jiit>'* <nd Sflmitr, 
pr bih HdiM aet (/ MarA 3, 18ST. 

To the Pott Office Department S10,000 OO 



FttrwM*iniicmfvTVi»tettnli if aitm a lt<f0^gata ta i^M. 
1\) tte Pact Office Department tlOO.OC 



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BECEIPTS Jjm EXPETNDITUBES. 143 

IS&T-'SS. HISCELLANBOUS. 

fbrfofmat ani eompmotian fiir maS tnkm pvformat ferOuttoo Bomtt rf Oonsf^u, and clktr 
i^artmatU aid offien cf (A< ^Dvernounf. 

To the Feat Office DepATtmeDt .1 $500,000 09 

n ngj)^ OKg i^datdet that nay ant m Oe Pott Qffict Deparlaunl. 
To the Port Office Department , 3,869,130 85 

A. V. Brown, PoebnMtei Geneml 100,042 Ifl 

' $3,969,173 00 

Ar IM purpoK qf aakins aliiraiiaiu rajmrei in At bt^Sng Bathoraal ta he purduatd if iJu Bank ^ 
Pmmifivnam, ta aJapl itIaVu uaa ^ a pM offit*, in Ou dty qf PhUadtlphia, and to /urnuli lit 
utetuBy Baa onJ iout/or tA< nrnt. 

To John Bice, diabnrelng agent 23,378 61 

B. H. McKeMi, dlshnninK clerk T^ewat; Deputment 06 00 

23,431 ei 

Farapodii^mOitdtgi;/ Bal^mm. 

To OeorgeP. Kaae, president of Meichwita' Exchange Co., Baltimore... 16,343 21 

S. H. HcKeaii, disbnr^g clerk TfeMurr Department 15T DO 

W. M. Addison, United States altoraey, — .. 200 00 

tia.TOO 21 

3b tnMaOit Pnndoit Icpnam and pay far a tile/or a buSJinff /or tht aeeommodalian t/Ihe (Wtal 
SUaenrtt tn (ii cUj/ <f Bailimait, and to tract Uurtan afir^prwifbuSding/or lueh purpott, l[e. 

To 8. H. HcSeon, disbnning clerk TreasQr; deparlment..... 10 00 

W. M. Addiw>n, United States attorney 100 00 

tllO 00 

Far Vu aaammoiaUm qfllu Unitti Sola aurtt and On teveral i^ea amudid UitranA, and Ou 
pott i^et, at BuOand, Vtrmant. 

To Charlca Chapin, diabuTsing agent 2S,300 00 

Colbf ftBird 2,000 64 

Cooper, Hewittft Co 2S 11 

$37,326 76 

Ftadmt (/a uU/or apod qgiet at BtMani, VimcmL 
To8. F. Hodges tBlT 00 

Tmtfvcmd.Jer tottmgmtsifmiafarAeaecoiiimodaioRffVn^tdSlaUttourtt, Sfc., at Rutland, Vt, 

10 Charlea Chapin, disbnising ageot 1,696 00 

J. J. a. Bandall, mperfn tea dent W8 00 

Saml. U.UcEeAn, dltbaraing cierk TreMory Department 666 49 

H. E. Stonghton, United States attorney 26 00 

QalM & Beaton and othen 142 60 

•2,876 OS 



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144 BECEIPT8 AlTD EXPENDITURES. 

1867-'6B. HISCBLLANBOUB. 

Aamimodation for the OtOtd SbHa tourU and offien, imdthepMif^ of yThdmr, TtnmL 

To CharleB Cbapin, diabrnnuK agent 21,550 00 

Enoch Sweatt .' 8,08! 65 

Cooper, Hewitt & Co 31 19 

«t9, 663 84 



nn per ttnt. on acemmodatuM </ tie JJ^id S^a cewb, t(t,, at Wmdior, Ft.,/ar eontingml erpomt. 

To Cliulei Chapin, digburBiiiR agent. .............. 1,860 00 

D. C. liDBley.Buperintendent 660 00 

S. H. UcKeaD. diiburaiaff clerk IVpaniry DepnrtmeDt . 760 65 

George W. Dudley S7 25 

A. H, Copelaad 30 30 

QalesftSeatoa aod otbeia '. 1«Z 50 

«3,390 TO 

Punhati^a^forapMogKe, tfc., at Windmir, VtmcuA. 

To John B. Eldiidge and John F. Bkinner t4,5O0 00 

For imUmg a eaurt-ham and foil ii0a at BaU^, yarth CbrvUna, 

To B. H. HcEeAn, dUbntdug clerk lYeamiry ^putmeDt t68 )8 

Ibrbuildiiigaeami-)iettmmtipo^t^at<Mmlm,SaulhOtnlina. 

ToS. H. HcKeao, diibureing cleik Treasury Departmeot S46 00 

Fdt buHdiiy a eourt-htmit mdpal q^Sa at Maduan, WtKomu. 

ToS. U. HcEean, dlabureing clerk Treasury Department $2S«0 

fitr buddiiig a eourl-iam andpoM tffia at Maiptit, TlnnMut. 

To 8. U. HcEesD, dUbuning clerk IVetsary Department S63 90 



For a buildmg to tuumnadalt tht Uhilfd Slalt* eaurti, andpvt t^kt, at TbUoAotwe, Florida. 
ToS. H. McEean, lUBbQrBing clerk Treasury Department t66 10 



Fbr At coslinualian and eontfltlion qflhe Vnitid ^ala eourf-Aouw andpadi^kl at Indjam^ielu. 

To 0. W. Hall, dUbutEing agent 6,800 OO 

Cooper, Hewitt ftCo , 1S,434 U 

. 19,234 14 
From which deduct the foUowing repayment ; 
By Cooper, HewiU i Co 100 00 

«19, 134 U 



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186T-'»8. MIBCELLANSOnS. 

fti JIT tm.fer n n t m g m dm m Ot eoniphtiai c^ lit Umtai SUa eoiui hoim at Indtam^xilu. 

Tb CbarlM W. HkU, tUibnniiiB agent S,SOfi 00 

8. M. HcKno, dbbmring clerk Treasary Deputmeot 1, IS3 66 

a«lM ft BmIoii, Jobn Appleton, wd W. D. Wkllach MS SA 

*3,B01 3< 



Fwd>a m ^atilifitatamltiSltlmtmt-hBiatmiped<^al^!,HKglkU,liai«ii. 
ToBQali Sabm $S,0OO M 



Tttifr ead. fir taituigaU apoum for i^mumimdalian t^ Uiiitid Sua eairtt,ire.,M ^riagfitU, HI. 

To 8. H. HcK«Hi, (Usbniritig clerk Treunty Department ITS 33 

QakiA Seaton Mid otlwn 141 SO 

»3t0 83 



fbrOittrmiiBnrfapmamliatyina* Ikritor^ i/ Ongam. 
TbOtotseL. Cnifj, govenor ... 15,168 Tt 



flrfciwrfiimrtLiii ^AtpMie btuUngt nlh Tinilory^ MimmHa; ene-haif ^ lUuaii^pn- 

^aipnKmbmltlagiM»dlitaltr,piiaidTmTit0y. 

To J. Tnyte BcMMT, Moretar; of lUiui«aoU Tenitorr 36 00 

Fiwa irhki) d«dnct the following repaytjieDt : 
^ J. TiBTia BoMBT, lecietaTy of HtimeKiai Territory HI H 

Ksceaa of repajmont ....... ............ $190 M 



At fib mclim ^pMk buBdingi m Kantat limloryjot thtvttt^ Uk 

To J. W. DoQTBr, goTamor............— ...... ......... Il,i30 « 

Bobrat J. WalkoT, late goTerDOr 0,934 <T 

11,346 IT 
From which deduct the foUowtng repayments : 

By J. W. Geary, lata goTOmor $G,<9S 83 

H. J.Walker do S,9!4 67 

11, «0 M 

I&,ti4 07 



PmAmtrf a fitrory/M- Oit Urnlary qf ytbrmAa. 

TbW. A. Udwidaon, goremor 984 IT 

Wma which deduct the following cepayment : 
ByH. T. iBid, late govenior 984 77 

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146 BECEIPTS AND EXPEKDITDBES. 

IS9T-'B8. HISCELLANBOUS. 

H» Major A. H. BowBwo, dWmniiig igent «7,000 M 

Sftmnel U. HcEeaa, dltbordng cleik TreMnr? D^arbnent 18 00 

BealB k Dixon ISO,«U SI 

Morris TaskerAOo 5.8» » 

«S41,050 te 

Tto bmuel Eeln, dbbaniiig agent for CoMt Snrvey tMO.OOO 00 

JV jM^fiattv oiwTVatiaiu wnib tn tlnpngna t^ Ou ran^ y Am ceaH qf Vu Vmlti itakt. 

lb Bamnel Hrin, diibai^g agent Coaat Barvej tS.OOO 00 

&irtv</ Of waUm mad 1/ Of Otitid Slata. 
ToStmnelHaln, dlabuiringagentoftheCoaat BarTEjr t9<,000 00 

Omtimuiig tht wmy q^ iatmA ef At eaad <if (UjAinwt. 
ItoBMnnelHdn, dtibuidng agent of the CoMtSnrrer $30,000 00 

amwaJiy At taneg ^ Qu Fieriia ruft and fayi, oeiit&v ^T "^ a aiiii— itt rf I0i«m if £U 
luipij) omI navy, and ^i(^ i^an md Bwn q^ lAt wbip miptts*i on Vi* wont. 

ToSaaitwl Heln, dltbardng agent of tho Coaat Surve; 140,040 00 

Omtixmag At tunny </ At JMf idF t^ ^o^ ^ FloniM, 
Tto Bamoal Hein, dlabnialiig agent of tha Coaat Bnrray $3Q,000 00 

amHiut almtia amuef At triaipdidiim an At AllaKHe eoad teOi Aal on tht Gi^tf Mtdea, m 
At Florvla a ' 



To Bamnel HbIu, dUbnidng agent of tlie Coatt Snrrer tlfi,000 00 

Farfmt laid ^narUn if i^ittn tmimg m At Obatt Stmnf. 

1>) Samuel Hein, diibniring agMit of tbe Coaat Bnrrey . tS.OOO 00 

fipMnanJ dltntinuqf tUeinat " Ihud" and'' Pmn," aad^ taSiaig tatdt mpUfttimlki 
CbattSunif. 

Ito Sunnel Hein, dlebnrdng agent of theCoact Hurrej.. $15,000 00 

Paymmtfar lunn and Mtr fMfmtg IM or Jtt^vgtd m At wOOuv ttrvict <f At UmUd SUlm. 

Tto Andrew Henton ... ......... 40 00 

William Kile 4S 00 

HeniT H. Ctalg 8S 00 

Banjunin Brown 115 00 

Jamea C. Cooper 58 10 

Ouiled fbrward $849 10 

.ecy Google 



BECEIPTS AND EXPENDmJBES. 147 
lS57-'68. lira^ELLAyEOnS. 

Brought forwwd 8*9 20 

ToJmmMKIle 78 SO 

WaOMia F.Bakcr 7 0& 

JanusA. O^ni tS 60 

W. E. Oreitoa , 71 10 

John a FnmKlin 96 20 

Dwiel Nichols 69 20 

H.W. BenbMD 100 00 

ChKl«» Wright 67 08 

JaoMH. King 88 00 

D. A. BiicbBtt 88 00 

JudmH Shelton Ill SO 

Hu: Freenun 88 00 

WilUani CmnoU King 88 00 

JameaCuey, dMeMtd 128 00 

"niomaa L. Andenoo .. S6 30 

F. M. Edg«Il tS 10 

JohoT Ct«iuh«« 21 20 

JohnJ. Sice 4« 40 

JoshiwB. Wolfe 37 10 

AlexanderG. Hegti«inbowg ......... ............. Bt 10 

W. C. Kennerlay 50 10 

UoMsO.tldl 110 00 

Hugh SaxoD, deceeoed . ...... 200 00 

Junu H, lUnhall 101 60 

EdmaDd B King ISl SO 

E. W. 8hODd« 77 70 

BobeitR. (HrUad 40 10 

OeocgeBkncr 60 OO 

Hear; L. Qeats. ... .. ... . SO 00 

EinitGnMie 90 OO 

J. U Frit. BO 00 

H. 8. Dnsring 60 00 

Cbci«tiu Ooahtiseb 60 00 

Alberta. Baber B7 00 

W. Ordinger utd other* 178 40 



Cheyfrfiiy Ai jiMiealion qf the teorla or rtaJu and aeeounl q^ &4 BgitaHiit ExpliiUm. 

ToWchul Nonrae, agent of the Joint Ubrftr; ConmitUe (4,000 00 

^T^la m stMimkti^euEiflarmg Eifi£liMdtin!/tdhyfin(AFhibMf>M,ApraU, 180S. 

T« Hkluel Noane, Kgent of the Joint librar; Committee $4,000 00 

AnpouaCiiM tf \ftr eml. to tatk ittignabi tkpemlary. 

lb CMtmj Whittle, late dcalgokted depoeltarr at Norfolk, Vlrginl« 849 Bfl 

Philip Cooler deaigiuited depoM tar; at Chicago, Ulinold 1,150 00 

John r. HudaOB do Buffalo, New Toric 84 00 

BUMiaTarlor do Detroit, Michigan SOT SS 

Samuel T Sawjer do Norfolk, TlrgioU 279 84 

Patrkk Quiglej. do Dnbuque, Iowa 1,117 66 

P. T. CrutcbOeld do UtUe Bock, AikamNW... SOB 18 

B.f. Dwley do LitUeBock, Arkaone... 423 SB 



148 RECEIPTS ASD EXPENDIXnEBS. 

1B&7-'G8. mSCKLLAKBODB, 

SaSdins nmllt at adJitioiuil iKuritg to tkt fMIc fvmdt in tiaty-tix JifMilaHm. 
To Llnna Tale, jr., ft Co , |6 



Sqpmia intiicat to Emm bnJ Uiaturg adm. 
To Somnel M. HcKean, didbnrnng clerk Traworj Deputmant -. 

le dtfrv KW erprnwi qf mgrmaig, prinlmg, pnparwg, and imimg Irtamrr mim 
as, 18GT. 

To S«mtiel M. McKwD, dUbnrsliig clerk IVewut? Depvtmant 2,600 00 

Brnwden, Wright, Batch ft EdMn t,B8S 33 

1VP»°< Carpenter ftCo 1,C3< S5 



7b aidib Ai SurHvy q/* Cfa Trmmwy to raHw mcA e^a im mU and aufyMi ^ i^rmlt Ml f «n 
SI to (h( KiMiar ani/ of tuck am, i» Huir hoOk iMf, ^omoi aUoyt liM mtl mid tlu tmimct to 
otidM to a gnaltr atmi lian (<W>, 4rc 

To SttBiBBl M. McEoui, dUburabig clerk TreMcmrj Department tlSl » 

R^ mm </ lit am i l m iiaii AMMiom. 
To the Chancellor, Seeretar;, ftc ISO.SIO U 

CbnuM* cAmci-protkUfir. 

To Wm. F. pDrcell, judge of the orphani' court of the IMablot of Colnm- 

hU, for «alai7 for ad quarter IBM 160 00 

Wm. H, Merrick, awidate ]iwtic« of Qm United Statea tea the Dlifarlct 

of Colnmbia, fta Increaaad aalarj titxa Harch 3 to Jul; 1, 1S6T... S30 S< 

JameaDonlop, ^ef Jutloeof the dicalt court of the DIatrict of Colnm- 
bia, for iDcreaaed oompeoMtloa lirom March 3 to Jul; 1, 185T StT 08 

JamM S. Honell, aaaodate JoiUM of the dcoolt court of the District of 

Colombia, for tncreaud oompenntjoii from Haich 3 to Jnlj 1, 1B5T, 330 56 

J. H. Alexander, oammiBdoner under a reaolntion for aacertalntng the 
relative valne of coinage of the Dnited States and Qreat Britain, for 
hii per diem allowance . 3,010 00 

J. H, Alexander, commlnioner under a reaolution to prevent the coun- 
terfeiting of the coiaa of the Doited Stalei, for expenaecinonrred.. IIV TS 

H. H. lUce, contiactM, fbr onpidd balance oertlSed to be due him for 

expeoMa and removal of WiDoebago Indiana .... 1,191 S4 

Tench Coze, late pOTveror of rappliee, fOr an nmount due him 949 70 

tT,51< 9fi 



Pa/mml mOmad p^ Uk ikHoii i^ udMf JB, 1B48, on oaswt ^ CAcrDiH iadiaii r w i «fc»n| 
ntNoriliOaniliHaaHhtlmmff Ou TtttfieaSm cf imtf ef Nik EdMa. 

Tb J. W. Terrell, agent «,000 00 

0*m p m»^iMiffa»ogt^m^pb!fiimfavagmi miilk tloCimkaibiMaM T^ 

IbJ. W. Terrell, agent IIW II 



.coy Google 



BECEIFTS ASD EXPEimiTUBES. 149 
18ftT-'U. UBCELUNBOUS. 

Hy ii m 'wiMnif fti (^ijiiiii i w'ii n iilxiiii ii'f 1/ Ongan bt d^mtiim tlapapU 1^ lA* TkritoryjTvm 

the CbyuM AdioM. 

T^J. W. Bogen 14 SS 

Owtfleld A WUqox 13 60 

B. Dorion'iMtato 204 S4 

a B. HkU 73 00 

a P. H. Phlemar I GO 

J. Aikmi. t 30 

J. Fields 70 SO 

&B.KBOX 70 47 

1. BoKdi 5< 18 

LewlBoott. 14 78 

John H. 800U B 00 

W. J. J. BcmH 36 00 

W.Tooej 70 36 

F. W. PBttrgrore 106 00 

■ B. Comfert. 28 00 

B. a Tockd 91 00 

r. HoCUnloil. 110 00 

llMiiui OnliBiii, decMnd 237 00 

Dulel McCcanbor »7 M 

Jolui T. Bkyuit 6S 00 

OeotgeHgler 116 00 

tl,8T8 94 



fTijuBM 1/ nmocmg Ic Oit Sb:U tnktaet thtg fltdfiigJUwei Jnm mnite, S[c. 
TvitikaTt. BabiniCm, Dnltad BtatM nunhal, IndUiu................. 



nmMtaaPnmdadteearryMi^ai l},*actt^ MarAS, 1619, imi »i>3 mAtpai aeU, far Ot 

MfflTMMM t^ tM* dBM frOtk 

ToJobaBaj*, United StatM agent for llbented AMghu 1,370 00 

IlModare Sedgewlck, Dnltad SUtea attomer 1,000 DO 

Edward, Stnbba, dMraning dsrit State Departnent 3,000 00 



fb pneyrt alm^m mariU <^liulaU Cki^ JnHiBt Jala Ad^a^ 
To MkhMl Noune, ogttit of the Joint Ubmry Committee 



TttBnJuninF. Qathrie 18 43 

mchMl Vaambt 03 10 

WUllam Batler, deoeMed 00 75 



Tto Bdiert Burn*, collector, FMSiunaqDOddf, Maine .............. 31,910 11 

D. W. Doiman, late ao1]ector,UACbiM, Maine .... ........ 187 73 

AffloapBTliii, collector, Hochla*, Maine 2,720 78 

noBiM D. JoDM, collector, Prenchm*n'a bajr, Maine ..... 4,742 69 



OwTiedforwud Ui.ilb 30 



150 EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

IBS7-'68. MISCELLANBOnS. 

EMugbt foimid 3S,5TS SO 

ToB. H. Bridgham.late collector, PeDobecot.&Uine 4,286 00 

J. B. Redman, DOllector, Penobscot, HsJne 802 00 

JohnH. Kennedy, collector, WaldoborD',H»lne 0,973 00 

John BabK>n,Ute collector, WiBcanet.Hdno 8,257 00 

Thomu CnnninKham, collector, Witcaaet, Maine ... C, 6T8 00 

JoKpbBen7,co]lector,Batfa,H^De 7,293 00 

Eetk Carter, late collector, Fotiluid,ftc.,Ualne 1,806 49 

HoBeeMacdonaId,oo11ector, Portl&ndandFalmoaUi, Ualnfl 29,1BS 00 

A. 4. Haniooni,collector,Baoo,Mrine 1,349 OO 

John Coudsa, collector, Kennebnnk, Maine . 74S 00 

LntherJoDkins, collator, York, Maine . . 660 00 

E. K. 6mart,Iat« collector, Belfast, Maine 2,860 00 

J. O. Dickeraon, collector, Belbat,Mi^ne 1,734 00 

Q. P. Sewall, late collector, BangOT, Maine 404 63 

D. F. Leavitte, collector, Bangor, Maine 7,076 00 

Z. Clement, late collector, Poitemoatli, New Hampablr«. .... 7 63 

AoKogtaa Jeoklna, collector, Portnnontb, New Hampshire 11,637 OS 

IiaacB. Bowdiah, collector, Vermont 17,082 00 

James Blood, collector, NewbDtTport.HanachuMtta S,790 00 

Gorham BalMon, collector, Olouceet^r, MMsachnictta ..... 9>3 00 

W- H. Manning, late colleetor, Gloacratar.Uataachnntta C,420 00 

William B. Pike, colleetor, Salem and Beverlj', Ma«»chii8«tla SO, 660 00 

William Bart«U, collector, Uarblebead,MBMachiuetta 3,192 00 

A. W. Auitin,ooltector, BMtonandChar1ei(own,Ma«aehiuett« 976,916 32 

E. F. Uttle, late collector, Pljmonth,HaMachiuetta 77 18 

MouaBate8,jr.,late collector,PlTmonth,UaMachDMtta 2,966 89 

Wait Wadiirortli,collector,Fl7moatb,MaBacbQiett< 264 00 

P. W. Leland, collector, Fall mTer.ManocbuMtta 2,693 00 

B. B. PbitiDe]', collector, BamBtable, Mauochnietti 12,144 78 

C. B. H. FeMenden,oollector,NewB^rord,Mamchnsetti 7,667 00 

CoDBtantNorton,collector,EdgHrtawn,MaaMchnMtU 3,543 00 

Eben W. Allen, coIlector,NMitiidiet,MaMKihiMetta 3,692 00 

Gideon Bradford, Ute eollector, ProrldeDce, Bhode Uand 8,081 00 

J. A. Abom, oolla(?tor,PiorIdeDae,BhodeIilBad 6,343 00 

Q. H. BeTnolda, collector, mitol and Warren, Bbode Island 4,387 01 

G. H. Tnmer, late collector, Newport, Bbode Idand 2.496 00 

William Uttlefleld, lata ool lector, Newport, Rhode Island 1,688 00 

OillMrt Cbaae, collector, Newport, Rhode Islaod 2,344 00 

PatHck Fsgon, collector, Middletown, Connecticnt 2,076 00 

Eenr; Hobart, lat« collector, New London, Connecticut ........ 11, 143 00 

John P. C. Mather, collector, New London, Con necticnt 3,268 00 

M. A, Osbom, collector. New Haven, Connectlcnt 10,733 00 

WilliamB. Pomeror.collector, Fairfield, Coonecticnt 1,707 00 

B. F. Stateg, collector, Stonlngton, Connectdcot 1,6(4 00 

Wiiliam Howland, collector, Sackef b Harbor, New York 3,9M 00 

Plin^M. Bromley, collector, Genewe, New Tork S.TOl 16 

E. B. TUcot,late collector, Oswego, New Tork 13,123 60 

OrrUle Robinson, collector, Oswego, New Tork 4,164 00 

A. V, E. Hotchkiss, Ut« colk'ctor, NIaKaro, New Tork 8,114 00 

George P, Eddy,collector, Niagara, New York.. 3,674 00 

JohnT. HadsOQ,lBte collector, Buffalo Creek, New York 10,697 60 

Warren Bryant, collector, Bnffslo Creek, New York 5,086 00 

Horace Moody, collector, Oswegalchie, New York 7,967 00 

B. L. Gardiner, late collector, BtLgHfiibor, Hew York .- 410 84 

J. M. Terbell,oolioctor, Bag Harbor, New York 708 00 

AugnstnsSchell, collector, New York,NewYork 1,168,386 00 

Henry B. Bmilh, collector, Champion, New York 13,856 00 

O. F. Dickinson, collector, Dunkirk, New York 1.901 00 

TheophiiniPengnet, collector, Cape Tlnoent, New York 6,669 00 

W. 8. Bowen,oollector,Brldgeton,NewJeraey 309 00 

JdinA. Shetrad, lata collector, Burlington, New Jersey .... 161 60 



Carried !bmrd Sl,»O4,071 47 



SECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDBE8. 151 
IK&T-'68. KlflCELLANBOUB. 

Brought forward 1,90*,071 « 

To F. W. BrinlcT, laU oollector, Feith AiDboy.New Jeraey 6 IB 

Amos Bobliu, ooUeckir, Perth Amboy, New Jersey 4,602 00 

ThanuwD. WlnDer.oollector, Great Egg HarlMr, New JeiMj eT4 45 

StephsD WUlita, ooll»ctar, Little Egg Harbor, New Jem j ],S7l IS 

Edward T. Hillyer, collector, Newark, New Jersey 1,617 06 

8. W. Hickle,Ute d«iBoat«d col I edor, Camden, New Jeraey 106 17 

T. B. Atkinson, dealgnated collector, CHtnden, New Jeney . 61 00 

Cbulea Brown, late oDllector, Philadelphia, Pennaylraula !1,SD4 47 

J. B. Baker,coU«otor,PhUadelphla.PeDDaylTantB 211,593 M 

JanMsLytle, Uteajlector,Pte«qne Ia1e,PeDnBylTania.... 1,191 40 

John Brawl^, oollMtor, Pmque I<>le, Pennsylvania 1,589 00 

John HMtJng, lata datlgnat^ collector, Httabnrg, PenngylTania 2,498 00 

JmbmA. Glbtoo, duignated collector, ^tlsburg,FeDQaylTBiila 233 00 

J«aw8bMpe,oo]le<itor, Delaware 14,651 75 

J.. Tlfaaoii,o(dlMlor,Bal(Jinore, Maryland 105,267 00 

JamM Sandi, l»te collector, Annapvl is, Haryland 5 62 

J. T. HvnmoDd, ool lector, Annapolis, Maryland 611 17 

B. B. Willis,lat« oollector, Oxford, MarylaDd SI 16 

Tench nighDum, collector, Oxford, Maryland 156 13 

Q. A. Z. Smith, Ute collector, TieDnB,Harylaod 19 57 

■Wm. 8. JackMo.ooUectot, Vienna, Maryland 1,10S 00 

J. B. Tliampaon.deaignatedmllector, Town Creek, Haryland ISl 18 

William B. Morgan,dMfgttat«d oolIeetor,HavredeQrace,Haryland.. 1S6 00 

H«nryC. Matlhewa, collector, Q«orgetown, District of Columbia 9,612 07 

WilIiMnM.HaRfaon,coUeclor,Kchmond, Virginia 0,437 00 

SamoetT. Bawyer.Iate collector, Norfolk and Fortemonth, Virginia.. 40,190 00 

J.J. BimklDa,oolIector, Norfolk and Portetnontb, Virginia 3,800 OO 

O T. Wright,collector,Tappalianaock, Virgiala 1,607 05 

Johns. Park«T,oullector,Ch8rTy«toiie, Virginia 110 OO 

W. H. Cnrai,oollector,Torktown, Virginia S3 00 

llnoUiyBiTei, collector, Petersbnrg, Virginia 6,014 18 

Bdwaid&Hongh, collector, Alexandria, Virginia 6,650 31 

A. 3. Fbuel,defignAted collector. Wheeling, Virginia 536 00 

OordODForbea,dMlgnatad collector, Teooomioo, Virginia . 110 90 

L. D. 8tarke,oollector,Camden, North Carolina 610 00 

Ednand Wright, collector, Bdenton, North Carolina 413 00 

JeaM Bamtey, collector, Plymr>ath, North Carolina 586 00 

H. F. Hancock, collector, Washington, North Carolina 1D9 OO 

W. G. Kngleton, collector, Newbem, North Carolina 3,149 00 

O. 8. Dewey.collector,OcrBcoke, North Carolina 2,445 00 

jMsesB aibble,oollector, Beaufort, North Carolina 1,6£9 00 

jMueaT. Miller, collector, WilmlQgtoD, North Carolina 6,201 00 

W. F. Colcock, collector, CbariestoD,&oatb Carolina 68,344 00 

JoboN. Menliiuui,co11ector, Georgetown, South Carolloa .......... 504 00 

B. B. ^rthewood.collector, Beanfort, South Carolina 250 OO 

JaliQBoitoQ,oolIector,BaTannah, Georgia 37,286 83 

JnlinaA. Baratte,collector,Bt. Mary's, Qeorgia 751 00 

Woodibrd Mabry, collector. Brans wick, Qeorgia 619 OO 

T, W. Fleming, designated coltactor, Ang08ta,GeDr^.. 87 50 

TbadeosSanford, collector. Mobile. Alabama 29,110 00 

J. Haialson, designated collector, Selma, Alabama . 367 S3 

James W. Bhea, designated collector, Toscambia, Alabama 389 00 

BobertEager,oollector,PeuIIUver,Mlal«ipp[ 601 00 

JaIinHaDter,oollectar,Natehe>,Misslnlppi 837 00 

D. Walker, late collector, VicksburgiMbaiB^ppl 60 42 

W. W- W. Wood, late collector, VIckabnrg.Hi^adppl 616 OS 

John L. Parham.detlgnated oolIector,Coliimbai,Ulsdirippi.. ...... 360 00 

JoMph Herra, collector, FeDsaeola, Florida 3,880 OO 

Paul Aman, collector, St. Angnsttne, Florida 1,781 00 

John P. Baldwin, collector, Key West.Florida 7,218 00 

Hivh Archer, late collector, St. Uark'i.Florida... 2,975 00 

CwTied forward »2,6SI,680 U 



152 BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBES. 

lUT-'68. 1ICICEU.ANE0V8. 

Bronght forwanl l,S62,fiS5 55 

To A. B. NofM, coUector, St. Haik'i, Florida 1,448 00 

JuhmO. Dell, late collector, St. Jotm'i, Florida 1,366 4S 

Thoma«Ledwith,collector,Bt. Johna, Florida ' I,fi6> 00 

Bobert J. Flo7d,cdlectoT,Apa1achfcolB, Florida 4,676 OO 

Felix UvIiigBtoD, collector, Femuidiiia.Florida 2, MI 00 

J. E. JoIuuoD,lBte dedgnated collector, BaTpott, Florida..... ...... SSI 73 

A.J. Decatur, deHlgoated collector, BaTport, Florida . nt 04 

Bobert B. field, dedgDBted collector, PUalka, Florida 350 00 

B. W. Adanu, late collectoi, New Orleant, Lonldaii* 9,374 00 

F. a. Hatch, collector, Kew Orleans, Lonldana SG6,>48 00 

RobertN. HcUlllan,aollectoT,Teche,Loi]itiana 1,SM 00 

Hamilton StnutiOollector.Teiu 19,990 00 

Danrin H. Slapp,callector,lia1uria,TRZu T,766 00 

JamesH. DDrrt,tate collector, Braioa de SaDtiago.TezH 16,368 00 

Caleb ShemiaD, collector, Paso del Nort«,Texaa 4,986 87 

J. BileT,Iate inllector,Hlam!,Ob!o 137 SO 

Denola Coglln, collector, Hiaml, Ohio 3,906 00 

J. A. Jonsi, late collector, SaDd[uk7,(Hi]o 13 60 

OeorgeS. FatteiWD,coUectOT,Saadiukr,Ohio 14,178 13 

Bobert Farkj, collector, Co;«baga, Ohio 6,793 00 

8. S. W. HcLewi,)at«deiignatedcol1ector,ClDdiuMti,01ilo 6,169 00 

H. Shoemaker, collector, Detroit, Hlchlgan 17,957 00 

J. A. T. Wendell, collector, UichllimacktDacHichlgMi 4, IS] 00 

Jacob F17, late collector, Chicago, niinoii 14,031 00 

John White, late collector, Hllwaukle, Wiuonrin 67 44 

Horiti Schoeffler, collector, Uilvaiikie, Wiaoanaln S,SS4 00 

Jamea HcFetridge, collector, Hianesota, Uinneaota Territory .... 1,719 70 

W. A. Udd, designated collector, Bt. Lonia, Ulaioari 7,108 00 

A. W. lJuiib,dealgDatedoolIecU>T,HaaDlbal,lIiMouri 1,090 00 

B. N. 8aiidB,Ute dedguated co11ector,LoniirUle,KentD^j 413 64 

W. N. Haldeman, deitgoated collector, Lonlrrille, Kentucky 1 , 860 00 

'William Nolen, designated collector, Fadocah, Eentnckf. 579 00 

F. Bonlhac, lato designated collector, Hickman, Kentocky 150 00 

W. J. Walker, deaignated ooUectar.Cotambtu.EeatiM^y 350 K 

JeMeThomaa,dealgnatwlcoUector,lIaaliTi)le,TenneflMe 856 00 

B. 0. Ballard,deoeawd,Ut« dedgtut«dcoi1ector.Ueniptib,Tenne«M. 1,413 63 

H. T. HDlbert,deBignat«d ODlleotor,Hemptii«,TeniieMee 417 00 

John McHollsn, designated collector, Enoirille,TenneHee— ...... 857 76 

B. F. Cooper, dealguated collector, GhattaiioogB,TenneMBe 574 60 

John B. Horman.dealgnated collector. New Albiuiy,Indiana........ 656 00 

F. B. I«irls, dedgoatad ooUectoT, JefferMnTllle, Indiana 350 00 

John Fitch, late designated collector, Alton, Illlooii 419 00 

Daniel WanD, designated collector, Galena, IJlInolt 696 00 

Thomas Benneion, designated collector, Quincy, Illlnoli ............ 911 00 

John 8. Hacker, dedgnated collector, Cairo, Illinois 600 00 

W. S. Hoa,dedgDatedoalIeclor,PeotU,Illin(^ 950 00 

PhiUp HarT(7, designated collector, Burlington, Iowa.. 643 60 

WllliamBtotta,de«lgnatedcollector,Keokak,Iow» 1,164 00 

B. Spottswood, designated collector, Dubuque, Iowa ...... ......... 806 00 

C- U. BoUnion,uaTal officer, Norfolk, Virginia 798 00 

Joseph Oenoli, naral officer. New OrleaoB,LoaUaaa..... , .. 8,449 00 

JohnB. ODthrie,spedal agent Treaaory Department , S,176 40 

B. H. HcKean, disbursing agent Treoinry Department 11,075 34 

B. F. Hallett, clerk district coart, UasBachoaettji 3,030 00 

K. Q. White, cleik United StAtesooDrt, New Toik 304 46 

W. F. Carroll, cUrk United Btates court, District ofColiunUa 19 76 

Q. H. Brown, United States attorney, Bhode Island 81 83 

J. HcEeon, United gtates attorney, New York 114 69 

T. SedgewlL'k, United States attorney, Nsw York 60 00 

A. J. Beqnler, United Btates attorney, Alabama 70 OO 

JanxaLora, olerk United States court, Texas...... 11 05 

Carried tiirward , »3,02!L506 6S 



RECEIPTS AND EXPEND1TUBE8. ]53 

ISS7--68. inSCELUNBODS. 

Brought /ormrd 3,013,505 55 

To F. C. (Hrdiaer, Doited SUtMtDMaha], Bhode lalBDd ST SO 

ChulM Humner, United 6Ute< lOKrahkl, Vvw Mexico 1G8 87 

W. L Cnndei:, late anrvejor, Chftttauooga, TeaoetMe I TT 

J. II, Socdeld 19S 00 

P. Kiddlelon 2,600 DO 

H. W. Fnller 37 00 

W. E. HuklflT ..: 80 00 

R S. HcLeMi 183 00 

W. A. FtMbomftCo 2t,790 G4 

WilUunC. FeaM 1,018 68 

The HsT]' Department 1,106 6< 

T. 8. H>11 67 OS 

C. P, Cooper I,Mtt 10 

Bchnylklll HarigBlioii Company 1,188 70 

Charlea Parker 663 40 

C F. SeooT &Co I,8i5 61 

llioaiai B. Antbony 90 iO 

B, B. Aldeo , 57 76 

M. B. Aodraw. „. 1 63 

Hmou, Fierce ft Co. 30 TO 

Baochot & Brogden 93 Bt 

Thompaon ft Warren iOB 68 

J. D. ft M. Williams 463 85 

Smith ftLmgeo 166 S6 

J. D. BlduKda ft Bona !7J 68 

T. J. DubaiftCo 199 03 

R. &DltfaftCo 67 84 

Gray ft llone 105 10 

Strnttoa ft Ayen t3 19 

O W. Walsa 157 S9 

E. A. Boardman 681 39 

AUOnaoD, BoUinaftCo 363 13 

T. K. Blcklea 3,300 00 

BaDjamln Clark, daceaaed ..- 189 90 

B. BlcbatdBMi ft Co 12 80 

W. H. Webb 98* 90 

N. B. Jennloita 11 04 

Jolin Hnbbaid 971 60 

S,08T,TZI 89 
n«m which dedoct the following i^ajmeota : 

By P. P. Thomaa t3,490 9S 

B T. Hilljer 18 Gt 

A. J Pannel 40 96 

H. J. Bedfleld 188,361 66 

ILfcA Oibom 6,688 74 

8. B. Eagliah 83 00 

E. B. lUoott 58 4t 

CH-Faaaloe 6,106 »1 

H. E. Andrem 3 

H. P. WhaUoo 106 IT 

J. H. Kennedy » 00 

SEmaa Clement 47 IS 

J. C. Campbell 101 M 

C. N. Bodflih 60 86 

T. D. JonM 941 63 

B. M, HcKean 8,400 00 

B. Wflaon 46 96 

W. H. Hatdeman 456 10 

C^VUin Webater 354 60 



CanledfoiwMd tl6g,6U 98 



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151 BECEIPrS.lND EXPEKUrrUSES. 

JBS7-'fi8. IlISCELLANEOnS. 

Brought forward 159,660 08 

By F. H. Hatch S OD 

JohnT. HadK>n 6S M 

J. a. Hell 19B 37 

J.B Baker 4,S1S 16 

S. Dewey 67 11 

H. F. HaiHMck 1 01 



Faymtnl i^ dtboiura, linntfioab, bomtin, or aUotetatm. 

To T. D. Jonea, collector, Frenchman's Bay, Maine 31, ITS 11 

John Conaena, collector, Eennebank, K^ne ..... 1,031 19 

A. A. HaoECom, collector, Saco, Haiue 1,461 81 

Bobcrt Bums, colledor, Fasumaquoddy, Haioe '. 2.674 31 

D, F Leavltt, collector, Bangor, Maine 1,748 1« 

E. K. Smart, Ule collector, Bellaat, MiUne «,786 66 

B. H. Bridgham, collector, Penobscot, Maine «0, 176 16 

H. Macdonald, collector, Porttnad, H^ne 7,866 6S 

A. F. FarllD, collector, MachUs, Maine 1,606 BS 

Lnthar Junking, collector. York, Mdna 717 IS 

Thomas Cunningham, collector, Wlacauet, Maine ...... 17,414 40 

Joseph Berry, collector, Bath, Maine 7,441 3S 

J. H. Kennedy, collector, Watdoboro', Maine 11,177 01 

Zenas Clement, late collector, Purtemoath, Kew HanpihlTe..... 47 IS 

AagnatuB JenkioB, collector, PortamoQth, New Hampdilra 4,007 61 

W. H. Manning, Ute collector, Qlonceater, HaBsachnaetti 78,466 37 

Oorham Babaon, oollectoi, QloDcester, MaeBachuaetta 316 25 

B. B. PhiDoey, collector, Barnstable, Maauchnsetta 61,317 Tt 

C H. Peaslee, late collector, Boston and Charlestown, Maauchoaetta. 144 86 

A. W. AuBUn, collector, Boston and Charlistown. Hanachuselta 84, BI7 10 

U. Bates, Jr., late collector, Plymouth, HaBaacbaaetli 17,168 47 

W. B. nke, collector, Bakm and Beverly, Masaachuutta 17,111 30 

WlUiam Bartoll, collector, Uarblehead, Massachaaettg 18,078 01 

James Blood, collector, Newburyport, MaasMbiieetts 4,191 90 

O. H. Reynolds, collector, Bristol and Warren, Bhoda Island 2,774 05 

H. J. Bedfleld. collector, Ac , N«w York. 46 64 

AugostuB Bchell, collector, New York city, New York 33,879 6« 

K B. Talcott, late collector, Oswego, New York 68 42 

Charles Btowo, late collector, Philadelphia, Pennsylranla 80 60 

John T. Mason, collector, BiltUnore, Maryland 9,364 49 

W. Mabry, collector, Brunswick, Georgia 30 7S 

J. B. Baker, collector, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 37 60 

Bobert Eager, collector, Pearl River, Misaia^ppl IS 00 

A. Carriese 845 61 

W. H. Maasey 1,031 76 

Abram Bell & Sons 37 60 

Hott, Bearerft Bichardwxt 41 fiS 

WelUngton * Abbott 481 00 

Btnrgns&Co 161 40 

Mebina, Quisenberg k Co 6 70 

W. F. Coleman & Co 484 80 

C. C. DiiDcaa k Co 861 00 

Nordlloger ft Co 198 40 

Henry Bender & Co 61 40 

Becknagle ft Bchwab 19 80 

Kllgowe ft Coffln 18 00 

Chsstelaln, PonveitftCo 11 70 

A. Belmont 444 80 

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155 



lUT-'M. HIBCELLANBIOUS. 

B.-ODKht fonwd 482,460 9t 

To F^iuhaw, Himken & TowDMDi) 1S2 T6 

C. DoTdftCo SB9 IB 

F. HBitlt^ 40i> 2 00 

Jkoqaes Bdileb 918 «0 

Vktor Biihop 89 40 

F. O. BchDitiftOo 20 10 

Jmbm O. Hctsj ftCo 160 60 

CutUi A Pembody t SO 

M.8. lUllowBll&C* 18 65 

8. A. NbwIuUI «1 76 

Haiiy Taleton IBS *B 

S<xtlieDe ThomM ISl 33 

C. OiTmroe & Co 6SS 96 

J.ft J, liidoB 42T 29 

Nnma Ucoate 362 64 

PerbM ft Buidelt^ i SO 10 

J. B. Prran & Coatelriar 96 61 

lAiutm. GandoUa&Co 261 40 

FerboB Frerei 313 48 

Domlnjqaa ImooU 37 SS 

a. laoUr K9 00 

J. B. Ptmq HS 20 

B. TUunon IIB 58 

Laiiata Prerei II 6B 

C»Uin.LB«Titt4 0o 40 68 ■ 

Wright, Clarke ft Co 13 14 

D. H. EtDnumth 140 80 

V. Awlaa ftCo 435 3S 

John J DkrtaftBoD IT 00 

Gome*, WallUftCo 1,IM 83 

Schohwdt ft OeUiud 10 DO 

W. UUmerftOD 470 10 

O. BahtenedftCo 31 60 

i O. Vm Leonep 6 10 

T. B. BlucbudftCo 46 00 

Bernard l^irplD..... 180 00 

Aatimte HoUere, decaaied 36 10 

W. A. YfolBUftCo - « 96 

CUrktMoaby 680 00 

Jolin Atklnaon 431 00 

American and EDiopeanExpreai Company. 14 TS 

Daniel Curtto ft Co ISl 60 

0«wge Oreig ft Co ; 30 40 

Pwl M^rln 97 90 

P. A. BproffiHd 63 50 

Heiailch Wianer 6 50 

H. AnMtKBsftSonf — . 86 80 

SpaoIdlDR, VaU ft Fnlier 169 00 

L. F. LeryftCo 114 99 

Hoia&Kflphlew 1,740 00 

A. W, Lawrence 110 80 

Haidt ft Co 69 11 

J. H. Ceballoa 1,316 04 

H»Tlor ACo 614 68 

O. RDeForertftCo , 184 16 

J. Cro«by ft Boni 26 62 

Esntendkh ft Co • 30 60 

J. T. OoaUriaftCo. 10 08 

X Zog» DelValleftCo 8,8W 14 

WUliam Brand ft Co 84 90 

AJnn<^te*, AlmtidaftCo II 86 

CuriedfoTwvd $600,188 19 



16S BECEIPTS AKD EXPQIDTnJBEfl. 

18ST-'S8. WSCEIXAIIBODS. 

Brongkt forward U0,S86 » 

To C. P. BnddeckftCo » » 

fMo CMpl 3S 7t 

FfttoQ, atewBrt ft Co.. — H *> 

Blffk«a ft Ironddta Ml 80 

M. Tiylor ft Co MO 10 

J. W. Schmidt * 80 

M. HoKhfield 100 76 

H.M. lAMlle 47S to 

T. Hoaet ftCo 183 M 

Sweatier, Hntchlogi ft Ot> — U> >• 

Glen 4 Co TlB TO 

H. Cohen 1* 00 

Achn Brothan ft Co 5' 80 

HarUck ft Co 4S » 

W. F Vanderburg ft Oo I* M 

Hordecai ft Co 17* '« 

SOS, 131 31 
From which dednct the following TcpaTmeDtai 

Bj S. P. Uttle t«8 01 

BwaCwtet.Jr M! 10 

8.R Phtonej 4,778 48 

C. N. Bodfldi 71 05 

W. H. Huutng 177 SO 

J. H. KaniMdr 408 18 

B. WlUon M« >0 

O. H. Pcwloe aU 99 

P. F. IltomM S,oai 36 

H. J. Bodfiald 4,3*4 U 

Cbirlea Brown 76 10 



iW Oargm, ael OeOm U, 1BS7. 

To A.D. B«ch«, ispcrlnteDdcnt of wdghte and msunrM 7,SO0 H 

E. J. Mcbaeaad B. B. EtngBlmir 81 06 

3. 0. Campbell 138 BC 

B. Oarter, jr 307 73 

J. O. Dall ISS 61 

tS,183 U 

To B. HaMid 6 M 

J. B OIoo« 11 30 

J. HoU 16 4t 

J. Sandoiy.. 6 63 



H. A.Hicka 9 M 

W. C. BMdon „ 14 

H. Bon 1 >T 

8. A. Edaon - ,. 6 H 

W. Ponrtho t H 

J. MUlar _ n U 

C. Stcarnes f 43 

8. Day M 43 



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MISrXLLAHEOnB. 



157 




JZ^iMd&v Julim m fong^ mpariti owtAondiM, ad Aaigud S, 1816. 

To Kbtst and Hndqwn 13S 10 

E. Oznud 949 89 

A\tnA TDbiH M 8T 

Oeorgs Wkltmore 106 OS 

■ C, H. Todd 119 T! 

SlicireT*Co 103 » 

&ioch Timln 4Co BS IT 

J. L. ft J. D. Cobkt M TO 

iMKhigii, WeocndoDCk ft Co 1,ST4 40 

John Dyer 178 « 

W W. Stone II J3 

J. A. Bird ti 46 

Cnriilng, WhltetCo 60 14 

a. ftj. C<dby 80J 78 

OnDt, fteaTer ft Co 866 SI 

Cnrtii ft Herrlam 33 66 

a ft Co ITS Sft 

b Ohapnuin.......... ................ 6S0 30 

TuHterwont ft HaTwwd 414 86 

W. ft. I. Stnait 411 98 

0. Cope too J.OOO SB 

Edmcburdt and othen. 4il 60 

Charlw Ahreafeldt 893 70 

Vlrttaft BaUe 868 41 

Ibndolph ft BlchardMn 1,070 41 

LMriaftDunon 1,034 40 

J. DDOOaniam ft Co 887 73 

ioU K T. Oirona «,41« 16 

Joa« Prati 1,614 07 

8. A. Lewie 64S 90 

J. ft W. Kelly ft Co TIT 46 

John Hnmphriea-.. .......................... - ■ — - 113 00 

Alnj, FkUenoc ft Co - 88 60 

J. ft A- Lawrence 416 88 

Jamea I««ch 168 M 

Hiaw, PattewM ft Co 624 T4 

B. F. WUte 80 SO 

O. W. F^att 8Sl 16 

Sdwanb ft Stoddaid 183 67 

J«an«M, Oage ft Moody «*» <8 

JenncM, Qage ft Co 416 14 

J. B. JaSre; ft Son* 683 90 

W, T. BiMtb 10 60 

i. C. HoweftCo 608 18 

Miaw, Blaka ft Co. 183 64 

Jofa& WllliaDU ft Co. 184 84 

W. H. MUtoaftOD. Si8 18 

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UISCELLANEOna. 



186T-'I>S. 

Broa^t forwstd 72,097 08 

To JenneNftGage 371 44 

A. tA. lAWTODce&Ca 860 7S 

B. BJterftCo 1,63* 60 

Colritft Damu 679 39 

Henry Lee 666 II 

HiilbKtok, CarterftCo 3! 38 

Hent7QMMtt ft Co *. SOS 71 

Uont ftsuUr an 60 

ftylor, Wjville ft Co 102 00 

Ludwlg QoIdKbmldt OGS 11 

Hoirt, Tiylor ft WjTUle 3,804 78 

DjerftBl^e 268 90 

J. B FlemiDK - 231 63 

NathuHnnt 369 06 

AudrawiftCo 26 87 

WhitonftlUreh 321 68 

FnUorton. Bew* ft ClMk 53 49 

Cwgin ft Clo»TelMd 1,S74 SD 

SMUDel BUke 219 33 

Almj, Blkke ft Co 1,6S7 35 

Allen PUne 42 89 

l^omu Uackeiide ..... .... 163 6S 

BdwudJeakins ft 8oDi 426 10 

A. Scbell. collector. New York 28,804 48 

BooMTelt ftSou 13,608 M 

P. HuToonefS, Nephews ftCo.. 666 60 

Buijainin Levy .....,.. — ... .. 238 76 

W. Q. Hant ft Co 43 40 

Benkhardft HdUod 776 96 

E. K. Qoodridge , 887 88 

R A. F'ruUia ft Co 20 88 

WUllam Newell ft Co 200 10 

Henry LcTy 204 72 

SbODg ft Smilb 60 40 

C B.H»WchtftCo 162 90 

NaylorftCo 37S 76 

ficbuckhanl, FftTre ftCo 76 93 

J. W. Bchnllon 7,756 24 

l^chDDdDTfF ft OentU - 28 20 

Cwrtlift Poabody 740 00 

E.C. TBtMftCo 7*0 75 

Bdwuil AosUnftJ. J. Bowdltcfa 625 37 

Bamuel Anitln 160 00 

W. H.Smlth 480 84 

D. F. lyeeftCo 62 80 

W. H. Goodwin 96 00 

bnel LoinUrd ft Co 676 17 

Lombud ft Whilffiore 1, 194 00 

WUlUm Perkins 620 50 

Botlerfleld Brothen 163 00 

Bitchie ft PerkiD* 254 03 

W. C, SoKen&Co 398 00 

Wlllianii ft Hall 64 25 

C. O. WhitmoreftSon 399 31 

William BhowiDK 63 26 

B. C. Shering ft Co 281 95 

C. F. Horey ft Co — SO 95 

A. Hartinon 941 76 

EdwBTdi ft Bailey 1,646 66 

P. W. WelchnuiD 3*1 8* 

Bdwvnl GMdelet t 13 U 

CKTiedforwud tl«l,ft42 77 

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160 BECEIPTS AND EXP]£NDITURES. 

IBBT-'&B. HISCELLASEOna. 

BroDghtformrd U1,HI 77 

'H)WUlI«iii Churchill, jr 21 40 

Archer, Low ft BdL B« 00 

Q. A. k H. Wltto 131 15 

FleKmum, Wsddigen ft Boaebmr 63 3V 

F. S. SchlddDger ft AndeiBon 49 SB 

DeUAeld ft Wlbon H 47 

WillUnuft Doland 1,»3T S4 

WeMftUinot 404 76 

W. F.WeldftCo «n SO 

WUUamAiwUn 157 00 

eUms, aitbea ft FtcknuD 400 IS 

B.B.Seooomb 176 70 

SuDptou ftT&ppan B46 ST 

J. W. Peele Ill 76 

W. F. IWrott&Co 300 86 

HIggliwoD ft SUibM 161 16 

J. ftF. BigglMOO 184 76 

nutoo, SiewMt ft Co 170 70 

F. Peabodyjr 31 11 

Eohlaut Brothen 10 36 

Bobert CrelghtoD ft Co 16 IS 

W. J. ftF. DaUeyftOo 101 80 

AtkitMon, Bollina ft Kchuda 401 IS 

Plrmonth Cordage Company ... , . SI 75 

J. O. Weld 83 15 

TnckwDelMd 150 »5 

Cnni^Dglmin Brotben 253 76 

0. B. Feaenden 100 60 

B. C. PUllp** J. W. Peele 217 76 

SilUDitaU ft Stnigu 186 65 

W. H. Ortwrn 1,017 76 

Owdiuer ft Coobldge 58 71 

Tonngs, HairUni ft Co., and Toungift Co 490 00 

tlS2,G20 OS 



To Otto Hoeffltoger Ill 10 

Blchanl BoanU 52 SS 

B. B. ntoomb 316 45 

H. E. Ingrabftm, iteceaaed 61 10 

Ptehr, Ollgg ft Co 186 85 

William WUItamg ft Co 14 74 

E.UttlefleM 61 61 

WUlIam Nelion ft Son 14 54 

Carl King, deceaaed 9« 18 

Jameafieidenterger..... .... .................. 101 01 

DartonftCo 281 87 

Bnocb FalD ft Co 46 77 

■WeelflngftFlote 151 51 

Jamw Soott 163 4ft 

F. O. Schutaft Co 33 67 

Charlea Henrr BaoOT and hia wife 8 01 

J. DuMrt 16 3S 

A. I*Tkl 58 SO 



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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITOBBS. 
MISCELLANEOUS. 





««ffiVt»> 






















































»S,117 SB 



Praettdt <^ idU ifj/oodt, mora, lie., ad April S, lSfi4. 

To A. W. Aostin, collector at Botton and Charlestowo, UasgocbuBetts 136 60 

C. H. PeoBlec 4 98 

A. Y. E. HotchkiM 18 04 

J. B. Bnker. collector, Phlladelphui, PeDDsylvama BO 11 

W. F. Colcock. collector, Charlcgton, South Carolina 81 96 

T. Feasnet, collector, Cape Vincent, New York 16 89 

Horace Uoody, coltectoi, Osnegatcble, New York .. fil 2T 



Ripaymaii ta impirttrl <^ axtu q/' dgiotUifar tmaieertainti du(u>. 

To A. Schell. collector, New York 347,076 47 

F. H. Hatch, collector, New OrleaiiB, Louisiana...: 24, eoO'OO 

T.T UBHon, collector, Baltimore, Uarykod 27,B93 35 

A, W. Anstin, collector, Boetoaand CharleBtowa, HaesacLusetU 110,000 00 

J. B. Baker, collector, PhUadelpWa, Pennsylvania 29,000 00 

P. F. Thomaa, late collector, Bftltimoro, Maryiaad 4,364 65 

L D. StBike, collector, Camden, North Carolina . 30 It 

John Bofiton, collectoi, Savannah, Georgia .. 21 S8 

W. U. HanisoD, collector, Richmond, Yirginia . 3,490 DO 

W. F. Colcock, collector, Chatleaton, South Carolina 11,600 00 

G. H. Reynolds, collector, Bristol and Warren, Rhode Island 1, lOB 00 

J. A. Abom. collector, Frovidence, Rhode Island .... 75 DO 

H. J-Kedfield, late collector, New York 130,000 DO 

Ollbert Chase, collector, "Newport, Rhode Island 1,400 DO 

O. BabsoD. collector, Oloncester, HssBachusetts ... 30 75 

U. C. Uatthews, collector, Qeorgetown, DiBtrict,of Columbia 348 86 

690,888 ?T 
From whicli dedact the following repayments: 

ByH. J. Kedfield 4,6«3 27 

Cbaries Browa 21,269 89 

C. H. Peaalee 8,347 58 

H. C. Matthews — 348 86 

G. H. BerntddH 113 06 

34,662 66 



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162 BECEIFTB AND EZPBNDITDBES. 

lWT-'fi8. UieOIXLANSOUS. 

Brought forward 1.T4T 3t 

To A. Schell, oolltctor, Kew Tork J, 000 OO 

A. W AoBtiD, collectoi. Boeton and ChBTlesViwn, Haancbnsetta . 1,000 00 

J, B, Baker, collector, Phnadelphta, PennBylvanift 1,000 00 

P. F. Thomu, IMe collector, Boltlmore, Marjland 91 

Chnrles Brown, lat« collector, Fbilsdelphia, FeDnB^lvauia S 

' W. F. Colcocb, collector, CharleKton, South CuoUna 1,000 00 



Additianal compauatian lo colltclort and naaU ^art, ad July 1, 1838. 

To DenBJa Dawle^, Borveyor of custome, Iforfolk, Virginia lfl9 14 

C. C, RobinBon, naval officer, Norfolk, Tirgioia 91 4S 

E. B. Bough, collector. Ateiandiia. Yirglida 68(t OS 

Janes Qregory , late collector, diBtrict of Uarblehead, Hanachnaeta.. 2i2 ftT 

ZenaB Clement, late collector, &c , PortEmoath, Kew Hampshire 463 09 

Kittredge SheldOD, late enrveyor Of ctutoma, Portamonth, N.H 12G T3 

8. B. Lord, naval officer, district of FortsmoQth, New Hampshire... IfiS SO 

Augnetiis jenklne, collector at Porttmouth, New Hampshire 66 U 

J. Q. Usdlej, BQTveyor of customs, Portsnionth, New Hampshire... 61 32 

Nicholas Brown, naval officer, Newburyport, MssBachuBetta 72 74 

N. Jackson, surveyor of port of Newburyport, Mstsachusette 6S 29 

James Blood, collector, Newburyport, HaasachnsettB . 60S 23 

Lewis Josselyn, late surveyor, Baiem, Hanschusetta . 418 S9 

W. C. Barker, aurveyor, Providence, Rhode lalond 146 78 

S. A. Comstock, naval officer, Pioridence, Rhode Island 11 70 

J. C. Clement, late weigher, &c., PortsmoDth, New Bampthite 7(8 21 

C. N. Bodfish, late coUector, Bath, KUIne 881 08 

J. C Homphreys, late collector, &c , Bath, Uaine 1,060 39 

Qeorge Tomer, late collector, Newport, Rhode lalaod . 181 08 



fhipp^Bv Uj^ilJioimt wilh oS, (uh jtoMM, vidct, l/t. 

To W. F. Bmith, topographtc&l engineer, Detroit, Hlchlgau 16,394 87 

G. B. H. Feaaenden, superintendent lights. New Bedford, Uasa 18, 976 18 

J. M. Terbell, superintendent lighta, Sag Harbor, New York 943 26 

B. B, Talcott, late superintendent lights, Oswego, New York BT 20 

JameaLytle, late superintendent lights, Pre«qae Isle, Pennsytvaaia. . 60 86 

C. Norton, superintendent lights, Edgarton. Massachusetts 127 02 

A. W. Austin, superintendent lights, Boston and Oharlestown, Han. 94, 326 18 

J. T. Hason, aupOTlutendant lights, Baltimore, Maryland . 160 00 

A. Bchell, superintendent lights, New York, New York 100,282 71 

Samnei Heln, dlsbuiilng agent, Coast Survey 797 08 

E. 8' Hoagh, superintendent, Alexandria, Yliglnla..., 8,000 00 

H. Shoemaker, superintendent, Detroit, HiclUgan 6,691 71 

W. B. Fnwklla, topographical engineer, Portland, Maine 63,600 00 

J. T. BudsoD, superintendent of lights, BnHklo Creek, New York 3,716 46 

J, A. T. W«ndell, saperinteudent, Michilimacklnac, Michigan GOO 00 

W. H. Bteveos, topographical en^neer, Galveston, Texas 3,031 86 

John P, Baldwin, saperintendent, Key West, Florida 1,423 43 

8. B. Phinney, superintendent , Bamslable, MaaaadiuHttG 376 00 

Jesse Sliarpe, saperinteudent, Delaware 2,608 67 

H. F. Haooock, mpeiinteudent, Washington, North CaroUna 260 00 

Aoftiutua Jenkina, anperlntendent, Portsmouth, New Hompsfalre.... 162 40 

I^ml AiDon, BDperlntendent, St. Augustine, Flodda... 75 



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BGCEIPTS AND BXPENSITUKEg. 163 

186T.'M. KmCBVLAVSOVa. 

Brottglit forwiuil 309, SIS 13 

ToH- UacdoiMM, aDperiiitetideot, FoitUod, Maine 1,710 4fi 

J. C. Dnkoe, b^mgnphicol englneeri, New Tork . 13,635 S9 

Geotge Tnrner, late luperinteDdeDt, Newport. Bhode iBlaad 350 00 

T. D. Jones, auperloteadent, Frenchman'R Ba;. Uaioe 350 00 

8. T. tewfer, late tnperinten dent, Norfolk and Portamonth, Vlrgtula. 1,30S 38 

E. W. Allen, gupeiintendent, Nantucket, HassachuBvtla 250 00 

RenTT Hobut, Ute ■nprtiDtendeDt, New London, ConnFcticut 43 20 

W. F. Colcock, niperintendeDt, ChaTleston, South C&rollna I.TSO 00 

B. N. HcMillan, superinteDdent, Ttch4, Loldiiana il IT 

Jacob Fry, late Hiperintendent, Chtcsgo, Ulinoll . .. ITt 85 

L D. fitarke, mperlDtendent, Cntaden. Kortb CatoUui Ifi3 9S 

Hugh Archer, ouperlntendent, St. Mark's, Florida.. .... 4< 00 

I. B. Bowdiih, inpeikitendent, Vermont .... 40 00 

Bobert Eager, MMrlntMideat, Fear] IU*er, HlHMppI 164 80 

WUliam Howland, MiperlntMtdent. BM^ett'i Hubor, New Tork 13 IT 

O.W.Callmn, t<^iogn^k»] eoglneert, Cbarlefton, Sontb Carolina 3,000 OO 

A. W.Whipple, topogmphletl engfneera, Detroit, Ulcfatgau 13,400 DO 

L. Sitgreavee, topogiaphickl engineen, BalUmore, Harylaod 1,201 00 

T. SHifurd, mperintendeat of lighEe, Mobile, Alabama 3,616 ST 

W. B. C. WhiUog, topographical engineerB, Femandina, Florida.... 1,000 00 

O. B. P&tter»on, tuperintendent, Sanduaky, Ohio 3 00 

0. H. Derby, fa^tographlcal eoglneerg, Hobile. Alabanu 2,300 00 

J. B. OibUe, auperintandent, Beanfort, North Carolina. ] 00 

W. Bryant, saperiatendent, Bnfhlo Creek, New Tork 1,283 41 

F. H. Hatch, BDperintendaDt, New Orletuia, LouMana 3T0 00 

John Boaton. aaperintendent, Ijavannah, Ueorgla . .... 128 00 

W. UttleGeld, late BDperintendent, Newport, Rhode lalaod 184 26 

R. B. Hmlth, superinteDdent, Cbamplaln, New Toik 40 00 

M. A. Osbom, aaperintendent, New HaTen, Conn .. ..... 60 00 

W. Mabry, saperliitendent, Branswlck, Qa 10 00 

A. B Noyea, •operlntencIeDt, St. Mark's, Fla 6 00 

J. Bt. C. HortoiL, topt^nphkal engineen. New Tork 4,400 00 

J. J. SlmkloB, mpiainleiideDt, Norfolk, Virginia 1,490 H 

Joha Brawley, nperUitendent, Preeqne Isle, FennaylTanU 2 T9 

J. A. Batatto, Buperlntendenl, St. Uary's, Georgia 1 81 

Btepbco Wllliti, late saperlntendent, Uttic Sgg Harbor, New Jeraey 9 09 



From which deduct the following repayment! ; 

By H. J. Bedfleld •3,S41 03 

0«o^e Tnmer 317 20 

G. H BooU 8 00 



ti<!<IvAI-A«<M, «e. 

To MoMS Uaodonald, ieperintendent, Portlaod, &c., Maine . 900 00 

AitgiutiM Jenkins, snperintendent, Fortsmonth, Hew Hampshire 3 00 

Immm B Bowdiih. snpeiintendent, Vermont 400 U 

T. D. Jones, snperlntendent. Frenchman's Bay, Mi^ne . 100 00 

O. B. Peaalee, late saperlotendeot, Boston and Charleatown, Maaa... 264 06 

C.B.H. Fe«endeD,ioperlntendent, New Bedford, Massachnsetta 2 OO 

OonaUnt NorloD, aaperintendent, Edgarton, MasaadiUBetla IS M 

A.W. Aiwtin, snperlntendent, Boston, &c., Hassachaaette 1,448 S3 

E.W. Alien, snperintendent, Nantucket, Ha«8Kchaseta ST 60 

Benrj Hobart, saperintendent. New London, Connectlcnt , OS T8 

M. A.OilMni, luperlBteiidtnt, New Haven, ConoecUcat ........ lOO 00 

Oanied forwaid , $l,tTS U 



164 BECHIPTS AMD EZPEHDITOBE& 

le&T-'oa. UBOSLUHiona. 

Bionght forward I,TT2 S5 

ToK B. Talcott, supertntendent, Oswego, New Turk 7 M 

W.Bi7»nt, saperintendent, Bu&Io Crwk, New York 161 00 

J. T. Badgon, late inperintendeiit, Bufblo Cieek, New York........ (23 TS 

H. Hoodj, inperlnUDdent, OswegatcUe, New York 4 16 

J. U. Terbell. luperintendeDt, S<^ Harbor, New York « 88 

AagmtDi Kchell, superintendent, tiew York, New York....... .... 9,675 25 

H«nr7 B. Smith, snperintendent, Chunplain, New York 469 61 

EUphen Willits, anperintendent, IJtUe Sgg Harbor, New JerMij..... 40 00 

Jcwe Sbarpe, Boperinleodent, Delaware .. 3,991 B2 

J, T. Maaon, ■operlntendent, Ballimore, MarjUnd 160 DO 

B. T. Sawyer, late fnpeiiDtendeiit, Norfolk and Portmoutb, Tlrginia. 940 49 

J. J. ffiinUna, ■uperiotendent, NorMkand PortamonUi, Yitglnia 94 60 

J. S. Parker, gnperlnteudent, Chertjitone, Tirginja 20 OO 

E. S. Hough, iuperlQtendent, Alexandria, Virginia 1,740 00 

L. D Starke, «nperintendent, CamdeD, North Carolina 161 66 

H. F. Hancock, superintendent, Washington, North Caroliiia CTA 00 

W. V.Colcock, Bapeiintendent, Charleetrai, Sonth Carolina 810 00 

J.N. Merriman, mperlnteDdcnt, Qeorgelown, South Carolina........ 96 OO 

JohnBoatoD, niperintendent, Barannah, Geornla... ............ 1,!1I OS 

T.8anford, anperinteudant, Mobile, Alabama 4,BM IS 

Bobert Eager, mipeiintendent, Pearl Itiver, Hiwiadppf 690 00 

J.P.BBldwiD, flnperintendent. Key West, Florida 1,1H 12 

B.J.FJo7d, auperlDtendent, Ap ilachlcola, Florida 100 00 

F. H. Hatch, Baperlntendent, N«w OileaoB, LonlaUiw C60 00 

If. Shoemaker, euperlntcndent, Detroit, Ukhlgoit ............ 642 01 

W.H.C. Whiting, topograpbicaieDgitieera 11,000 00 

A. W.Wblpple.topograpbioU engineer! 19,761 41 

W.F.Bmltb, topographical engineers „ 22,469 79 

W. B.FTanklin,topographicalengiaeen H.lOO 00 

Q.W.Callum, topognqibical engineerB 9,800 00 

J.C.Diuuie, topographical engineer* 17,600 00 

Ii.ffitgTeavec, topographical engineers...... ....... ...... 11,814 43 

J. D. Qtabam, topographical engineer* 161 OS 

B.B.Huat, topographical engineen... ....... ............ 1,100 00 

W. H. Sterena, topographical engineen. ..... ...... 7,371 40 

I>. P. Woodborj, topographical engineeia.... .......... 10,000 M 

J. T. Qilmer, topograpbiod eugineen ..... 600 OO 

G. H. Derby, topographical engtoeen . .... 3,300 00 

J. BtC. Morton, topographical engloeua 4,400 67 

173,831 41 
From whlcb deduct the followUig repajmenti : 

By J.A,JeBklM $200 00 

P.Conley 35 66 

J. C. Campbell 60 OO 

Oeofge Titnier 610 34 

S-RPhlwiej 378 fO 

J.B.ft»k«r 21 79 

1,204 69 



1\> T. D. Jonel, iDperintendent, Frenchman' ■ Bay, Maine....... ...... 9,96S Ot 

Sm Carter, late anperintendent, Portland, Ac., Maine 1, 6IS 73 

Moaee Hacdonald, anperintendent, Portland, Ac., Maine............ 6,916 OO 

Angnitm Jenklni, BDperlnteuJent, Fort*moatb,N«w HanpaUie..... 2, 760 00 

L B. Bowdiih, nptriiitondaat, Tennont ................... 676 00 

OHitedforward i»,»T TS 

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lUT-'58. MiaCELLANEOUK 

Brought forward 21,917 75 

ToA. W. Anrtio, nperiulMideDt, Borion, A«., Hnnachneette 9, 918 64 

8. B. Pblnocy, aapcrintendent, Bamatsble, Uanachnntta 2, &SD 00 

C. B. H F«nendaD, enpeHnlendent. N«iT Bedford, HnamrhnsettB I, lOD 00 

Ooniitant Nortoii, Eupcriatendent, Edgorton, HaarachaMtfi 3,2SD 00 

E.W. Allen, ■operinteiideiit, Nan tucket, MsnachiuottE 1,035 00 

Beai7 Hobwt, Ikte Buperintendent, Sew London, OoDnecticnt 1,712 60 

M. A. (Mbom. eaperinteDdent, Sew Havco, Conaecticut ...... 1,98S 00 

J. P. C. Mather, taperiatendeat. New London, Couuecticut G7G 00 

OeoTge Turner, lat^ guperintendeat, Newport, Rbode Island . 1,231} S3 

W. Littlefield, late Baperintendent, Newport, Rhode Isliutd 1,137 GO 

W. Howland, Bnperlntundtnt, Sackctt e Harbor, Mew York 1, 100 OD 

P. U. Bromlef, saperlntendent, Oenesiie, Sew York .... 6B0 00 

B.B. Taloott, late aaperintendent, Oaw^o, New York 91B 00 

A.V.K Hotchkin, late anperintendent, Niagara, New York 170 00 

W. Bryant, gnperiatendent, Buflalo Creek, New York 1,200 00 

O. BoUoBon, BUperintendent, Oswego, New York...... . 610 00 

Q P. Eddy, BupeHntendent. Niagara. New York 176 00 

H. Hoody, Buperln tend eat, Oewegatchle, New York..... .......... 626 00 

J. H. Terbell, BDperintendent. Sag Harbor. New York 2,800 00 

8. L. Gardiner, late Buperin tec dent, Sag Harbor, New York Ul 33 

A. Bcbell. BuperintendoQt, New Yotk, New Yurk 16,118 33 

H. B.HmlUi, gnperlnteodoiit, ChampUin, New York 1,770 00 

T. Penxnat, BOperlntendect, C&pe Vincent, New York 1,000 00 

J. T. Hudwin, late anperintendent, Ba^lo Creek, New York 1, 200 00 

T. D. Winner, anperintendent, Qreat Egg Harbor. New .lersej . 1, 013 76 

Stephen Willfta, mperintendent, Little E^ Haiboi, New Jertej 800 00 

jameal^tle, l»t« BUperintendent, Prewjue lale. Pennajlvania....... 187 60 

John Brawler, mperintendent, Preaqne Isle, Pennejlvania .... 662 60 

JemBharpe, anperintendent, Delaware 7,361 17 

J. T. Haaon, BOperlateDdent, Baltimore. Maryland .... 6,430 06 

B. T. Sawyer, late superintendent, Norfolk and Porlamoutb, Virginia. 4, 393 21 

J. J. Blmkina, enperlntendent, Norfolk and Portsmouth, Tirginia 1,612 50 - 

J. S. Parker, mperintendent, Cherryatooe, Virginia 1,209 20 

L. D. Stirke, inperint«ii'lent, Camden, North Carolina 1,538 13 

H. F, Hitncock, mperiDtendent, Waghiagton, North Carolina. ...... 3,625 00 

O. B. Oewej, mperintendent, Ocracoke, North Carolina T60 00 

J. E Glbble, auperlnlendent. Beaufort, North Carolina 800 00 

J. T. Uiller, BUperintendent, Wilmington, North Carolina 1, 960 00 

E. 8. Hough, mperintendent, Alexandria. Virginia . ... 1,642 42 

W F. Colcock, BUperintendent, Charleston, South Carolina 4,496 83 

J. N. Uerriman, mperintendent, Georgetown, South Carolina. ...... 400 00 

John Boiton, BUperintendent, Savannah, Georgia.. ...... 1, 120 81 

J. A. Baiatte, mperintendent, St. Hary'g, Georgia 400 00 

W. Uabry, laperintendeot, Brunswick, Qeorgia 1,330 63 

T. Sanfbrd, aaperintendent. Mobile, Alabama 2,260 00 

Bobert Eager, Boperiotendent, PomI River, Hlulsrippl 6,62) 66 

J oaeph Siena, BUperintendent, Peniacola, Florida .... 6G0 00 

John P. Baldwin, superintendent, K1.7 West, Florida T,7S7 30 

Hugh Archer, late superintendent. St. Mark's, Florida . 648 00 

A.B. Noyes, anperintendent, St. Haik's, Florida 680 00 

Paul Aman, superintendent, St Augustine, Florida 946 OO 

JameaO. Dell, late superintendent, St. John's, Florida 200 00 

Thomaa Ledwith, saperlntendent, St. John's, Florida. 247 20 

Bobert J. Floyd, sapntDtendeDt, Apalacbicola, Florida 1,870 00 

Felix Uvingitoa, mperintendent. Femandtna, Florida.... . . 400 00 

r. H. Hatcb, (i^eriiitendenl. New Orleans, Louisiana 9,612 00 

B. M. IfcMUlan, mperiDtendetit, Tach<, Loniriana 962 OS 

H. fitewnit, saperiutendeDt, Texas, Tex 4,433 79 

D. ILSUpp, mperintendrnt, Salnrta, Texaa - 1,440 00 

JaoMaH. Dnnt, late laperintendent, &uo« de Baatlago, Tazaa 745 00 

lAnnfaCogUn, nveilntendent, Hlaml, Ohio.. 1,081 61 

Canted fonraid. 1162,227 84 



166 SEcavra and expenditubes. 

1861-'S8. MieCELLANBODB. 

Brought forwud IGS.ilT 34 

To a. 8. Patteraon, enperiatendeDt, Suid ask y, Ohio S,080 SO 

Robert Park*, super! ntendeat, Cuynhoga, Ohio.......... .. 2,04G 86 

H Shoemaker, euperiatendeot, Detroit, Hicblgao ......... 3,818 11 

J. A. T. Wendell, eDpetlnteodeDt, MichilinuukliMC, Micbigw 11,611 93 

Jacob frj, late auperinteadent, Chicago. IlllooU.. (,64> 89 

HotM Hawks, mpetintendent, aorthweHtem laket. ...... .......... 3M OO 

188,631 92 
I^om which dedtict the foUowiog repayiaentB : 

^H J. Bedfigid «U M 

Zeus Clement 73 93 

JamesC. Dell 100 00 



786 » 



Salariei to ttgxn qf UgM-boab, 4*- 

To A. W. AoBtin, luperintendent. Boaton and Cbarlestowa, MaBMcboHtls 

S. B. Fbiriney, Buperintendent, Barnstable, Masaachuaetta 

C. B. H. FetwendoD, Buperintendent, New Bedford, Uauachuaetta 

E. W. AlJea, BQperinteadeDt, Nantucket, MonachuaettB 

George Turoec, late eaperintendeat, Newport, Rhode Island 

W. XJttleQeld. late BuperiateDdent, Newport, Bhoite Ulsud .. 

Henrf Uobart, late superintendent. New Loadon, Connecticut 

J. P. C. Mather, superintendent. New London. Conoecticut 

B. A. thbom, Buperintendent, New Haven, Connecticut 

Horace Hoodf, tmperlntendent, Oawegatcbie, New York 

Anguetne Bchell. taperiDtendent, New York. N. Y. 

T. D. Winner, Boperintendeut, Great Egg Qaibor, New Jersey 

Jesse Sharps, superintendent, Delaware 

John T UoaoD, supertDtendcnt, Baltimore. Maryland 

B. T. Sawyer, late Huperintendent. Norfolk and Portsmouth, Yiiginia. 
J J. Simkins, superintendent, Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia.... 

Q. T. Wright, Buperintendent, ISippahanuock. Virginia 

E. B. Bough, tuperlntendent, Alexandria, Virgin!* 

L. D. Staike, superintendent, Camden, North Carolina 

Joseph Bamsey, superintendent, Plymouth, North Carolina .. 

H. F. Hancock, superintendent, Washington, North Carolina .. 

Oliver B. Dewey, superintendent. Ocracoke, North Carolina . 

J. T. MUler, saperlotendent. Wilmington, North Carolina 

W. F. Colcock, superintendent, CbarleBton, South Carolina ... 

B. R Bythenood, superJniendent.BeAufort, South CaroliDB. . 

John Bmton, superintendent, Savannah, Georgia . ...... 

Soberi Eager, superintendent. Pearl Blver, Uisaisaippi . ..... 

B. N. UoMlllan, superintendent, Techt, Louisiana ....... 

James O Dell, late superintendent, Bt. John's, Florida.. 

Thomas Ledwith, superintendent, St. John's, Florida 

H. Stout, superintendent. Texas, Florida ... 

W. H. Stevens, topogn^ihiol engineer . . .... 



Prom which deduct the following repayment : 
UDSsO. Dell '. 



300 00 

2.399 60 
613 TO 

1,812 50 
2« 67 
ITS 00 

1, ZOO 00 
too 00 
TOO 00 
176 00 
700 OO 
300 OO 

1,100 DO 
807 47 

2,074 87 
912 60 
400 00 

1,000 OO 
300 00 
CZ5 00 
210 00 

3,850 00 

1.400 00 
TOO 00 
9$G 11 

1,200 00 
500 00 

1,200 00 
ITS «0 
309 99 
eoo 00 
166 82 

2T,T08 73 



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MISCELUNBODB. 



Scaieu' mvM, r^Min, and mpplKi if It^-Eoob, t(t. 

To A. W. Aostin, mperintendent, BostoD ftnd Charlettown, Uuuchiuetia 

B. B. Fhlimey, HnpeiiatendBut, Bar&aUbte, MasaiichaBetta .. .... 

C. B. H. FeflEenden, mperinteiideDt, New Bedford, HMsachoMttt 

E. W. AIlcD, superintendeDt. Nantucket, HasBMjbusette.... ... 

O. NorlOQ, iDpraiiiteDdeiit, Edguton, HMWcbiuetta. ...... 

Oeoige Tamer, Ule miperlEiteudMil, Newport, Bbode bland 

W. UttleQeld, late snperinteiideat, Newport, Bhode IsUnd 

HeD(7 Hobnrt, late saperinteodent, New Loadoa, Coiinecdcat...... 

J. P. 0. Uather, lapeiintendeot, New London, Connecticnt ... 

IC. A. Otboni, BUperinteadent, New Haven. Connecticut... ... 

Angmtui Schell, gnperlntendent, New York, N. Y ...... 

JcMe Shurpe, superintendent, Delaware, Del 

P. F. nomat, lata iuperlntendent, Baltimoie, Maryland 

J. T. llaaon, mperintendent, Baltimore, Uaiyland . 

S. T. Sawyer, late raperintendent, Norfolk and Portunonth, ^rglnla. 
J. J. Slmkine, raperlnteodent, Norfolk and Portainoath, Virglnta.... 

O. T. Wright, nperintendeDt, Tappahannock, TirKinla 

E. 8. Hough, unperiDtendeat, Alexandria, Virginia . ...... 

Ii. D. Btarke, Buperintendent, Camden, North Carolina . 

J. Banuey, Baperintendeat. Plymouth. North Carolina 

H. F. Hancork, auperint«udent, Waskiugton, North Caroliiia 

O 8. Dewey, mperintendent, Ocraooke, North CaroUoa..... 

J. T. Miller, Bopeiintendeut, Wilmington, North Carolina 

W. F. Colcock, Guperlnt«Ddent. CharteBton. South Carolina 

B R. Bythewood, BaperinUndent, Beaufort, South Carolina 

John Boaton, mpeilntendent, SavanDah, Qeorgia .. 

T. Bufonl, raperintendent, Hohile, Alabama 

Bobert Eager, itiperlDteiideDt, Peail lUrer, Uitriwippi . . 

Janei Q. Dell, late Buperintendent. St. Joho'e, Florida 

lliomaa led with, Baperint«ndent, St. John's, Florida 

E. N. HcMillan. euperintendent, Tecbd, Louisiana . 

Bamilton Stnart, soperlnteadent, Texas, Tex .. 

Jacob Fry, late superintendent, Chicago, Illinois . ..... . 

W. H. Stevens, topc^^phical engineer . .... 

W. H. C. Whiting, topographical enginaer.. ...... 

Havy Department . .... . ........... . . 

FVom which deduct the following repayment : 

Qy H. J. Badfield 4 00 

J. Bewton 6* 29 

W. 11. Stevens 215 00 

Janm Q. Dell 18! 00 

a«oiS« Tomer 100 00 



167 



:g,6G0 28 
9,368 20 
»,M1 38 
10,200 S4 
4,(S9 (S 

>20 OS 

B80 OS 
4,763 43 
],4B0 49 
2,394 84 
12,239 60 
8, 132 6B 

633 S8 
3,611 93 
20, 2S0 49 
4,B98 S2 

980 25 
4,TT2 90 
1,BS1 82 
2, 160 78 

891 16 
It, 367 46 
16,120 00 
6,692 26 
8,603 26 
8,234 68 

TOO OO 
1,301 fiO 

334 46 
l.OSS 61 
4, 663 00 
1,807 10 
43 39 
6,049 90 

200 00 
6,464 38 

200,737 64 



Cbmmuim cf %\ f>w eat. to mA n^erinleidaiU oi on attUlti to tin •ami, J 

to T. D. Jones, mperintendent, Frenchman's bay, Maine..,.. .. 

Moeei Macdonald, anperinteadent, Portland and Falmonth, Maine... 
Angnatoi Jenkins, anperlntendent, Portamouth. New Hampshire.... 
Inae B Bowdlah, anperintendent, Vermont, Tt .. 

A. W. AostlD, lapetlntendeut, Boston and Charlestown, Mniwnrhnsrtts 

B. B. Ffainney, superintendent, Barnstable, MasHachnsette.......... 

K W. Allen, saperiotendent, Nantucket, MassachnsetU ...... 

Cnulant Norton. superintendeDt, Edgarton, Masnchusetti. ........ 

Qeorgelnmer, late mperlDtendent, Newport, M^ne...... .... 

Carried forward............ 



268 17 

61 00 

74 6S 
36 49 
60 40 
369 47 
323 99 
27S 26 
99 31 



168 BECEIFI8 AHD EXPENDnUKES, 

1WT-'S8. HI8CBLL&NSOU8. 

Stought fonmd 1,M9 CT 

To W. littlefield, lat« superintendent, Nevport, Maine 68 T5 

Heai7 Hotart, late enperialendeat, Hew London, OoDDectknt....... 181 02 

J. P. 0. Mather, iuperintendent, New London. OonnecHcnt 83 47 

William Eowlaad, BUpeiintendent. SavkeU's Harbor, New York IT SI 

F. M. Bromle;, superintendent, Qenesee, New York... 14 76 

E. B. Tftlcott, fate superintendent, Oswego, New York 15 93 

A. V. E Eotcbklss, late snperint«atlent, Niagara, New York 4 SB 

Q. P. Eddjr, soperintendent, Niagara, New York 4 38 

J. T. Hndson, lata Bnperlntendent, Buffalo Creek, New York 104 82 

0. fiobinion, superintendent, Oswego, New York ............... 16 30 

W. Bryant, superintendent, Buflklo Creek, New York >0 60 

Horace Moody, superlntendant, Oiwegatchle. New York . 17 59 

J. M. Terbell. superintendent, Sag Harbor, Now York. 104 M 

Henry B. Smith, superintendent, CbampUin, New Yotk... 61 M 

T. PeuKnet, supeiintendent, Cape Vincent, New York t> 24 

T. D. Winner, superintendent, QreatSss Harbor, New Jer«ey B5 66 

Stephen WilUta. snperintendent, Uttle Egg Harbor, New Jene; GT 06 

James Lytle. late superintendent. Preeque Isle, PellDSylvania S 06 

John Brnwley, superintendent, Preaque Isle, PemwylTania ... 14 07 

Jeese Sbarpe, superintendent, Delaware, Del . 118 25 

G. T. Wright, superintendent, Tappafaanuock, TIrglitia 53 91 

J. S. Parker, superintendent, Cherrj^stone, Viij(inia . . GO 11 

E. 8. Hongb. superintendent, Alexandria, Viiginia 305 OO 

L. D. Starke, superintendent, Camden, North Carolina...... 107 66 

Joseph Ramsey, sopeiintendent. Plymouth, North Carolina . 69 Si 

H. F. Hancock, superintendent, Washington, North Carolina Ill 61 

O. B. Dewey, superintendent, Ocracoke, North Carolina ..... 434 63 

James E Qlbble, superintendent. Beaufort. North Carolina 21 65 

J. 'F. Miller, superintendent, Wilmington, North Caroliiia 4T! 58 

J. N. Meniman, superintendent. Qeorgetown, Soutii Carolina 17 63 

B. B. Bythewood, superintendent, Beaufort, South Carolina Ill 18 

J. A Baratte, superintendent, St Mary's, Georgia 10 04 

W. Mabry, superintendent, Brunswick, Georgia 33 64 

Bobert Eager, superintendent, Pearl Blver, MissisBlppI 176 68 

Joseph Kerra, superintendent, Pensacola, Florida IS 72 

John P. Baldwin, superlntendant, Key West, Florida 316 60 

Hugh Archer, late superintendent, St. Uark's, Florida.. 17 35 

A. B. Noyes, superintendent, Bt Mark's. Florida 17 25 

Paul Aman, snperintendent, St. Augustine, Florida 23 65 

James C. Dell, late superintendent, St. John's, Florida fi 41 

Thomas Ledwlth, superintendent, St. John's, Florida 47 80 

Bobert J. Floyd, superintendent, Apalachicola, Florida . 67 69 

Felix Livingston, superintendeot, Femandlna, Florida 13 76 

ILN.HcMman, superintendent, Tecbt, Louisiana 164 00 

Hamilton Btuart, superintendent, Texas, Texas 152 94 

J>. U. Btapp, superintendent. Sal uria, Texas 56 31 

James H Durst, late superintendent. Braios de Santiago, Texas 18 63 

Dennis Coglin, superintendent, Miami, Ohio ., 16 74 

O. B. PatteiBon, superintendent, Sandusky, Ohio 62 38 

Bobert Parks, superintendent, Cuyahoga, Ohio............. 54 47 

M. Shoemaker, superintendent, Detroit, Michigan 130 58 

J.AT. Wendell, superintendent, MlchUimacUnao, Michigan 317 70 

Jacob Fry, late superlntefldent, Chicago, Utinois 166 tl 

6,613 60 
From whkh deduct the foUowing repaymest : 

ByHeorr Hobart 118 OS 



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18ST--«B. 

nfijUBin q^ teaghmg imi moormg, dtarnag and r^xarmg, and ttfpltflUS loMd (jf bt 

To T. D. Jones, superlBtcndent, FrenchmBii'B Bay, H»[Qe 

Hoaes Hacdonold, Buperintendent, Portland and Falmouth, Miune .. 

Aogngtus Jenkins, aaperia ten dent, Portsmouth, New Hampshire 

I. Bl Bowditb, Buperin ten dent, Vermont, Vermont 

A. W. Austin, gnperintendent, BoatouaudCbarleBtowD, Maaucliuietls. 

8L B. Phinney, eoperintendent, Barnstable. Manacbuaetta 

C. B^H. FeBienden, rapeiintendent, New Bedford , MasBacbaaetta 

Conataot Norton, mperinteodent, Edgartou, Massachneetta 

K. v. Allen, niperinteDdetit, Nantucket, Haiuachusetta 

Geoige Tnmer, late rapeilDtendent, Nevport, Bhode Uland 

W. litUeGeld, Ikte loperintendeiit, Ncirport, Rhode laUnd. 

Henry Hobart, late aiiperfntendent, New Lmtdon, Connecticnt 

J. P.O. Mather, tuperintendent. New London, CocDCcticnt .. 

J. T. Hadaon, late gnperin ten dent, Ba&lo Creek, New Tork 

W. Br^'snt, superintendent, Bnflklo Creek, New Tork 

J, M. Terbell. tuperint«ndent, Sag Harbor, New York 

AngOBtng Sdnll, •nperiotendemt, New Tork, New Tork 

T. D. Winner, ■nperintendent. Great Egg Harbor, New Jeraey 

Stephen Wllita, anperintendent, Little Egg Hnrlrar, New Jeney .... 

Jeaae Sharps, sopertaitendent, Delaware, Delaware ...... 

P. F. Thomaa, ^te anperintendent, Baltimore, Maryland . 

J. T. Haaon, luperintendent, Baltimore, Maryland 

S T. Sawyer, late anperintendent, Norfolk and Portemouth. Virginia. 
J. J. Btmkina, tuper^tendent, Norfolk and FortaiDODth, VirgiDia ... 

J. S Barker, luperintendent, CherryatoDc, Virginia - ... 

E. B. Hough, mpeilntendent, Alexandria, Virginia.... 

Joaepb Bamaey, raperlnteodent, Fiymoath, North Carolina..... 

E- P.BancoiA, BUperlnteDdent, Waahlngbin, North Carolina ..... 

J.E.GIbbIe, aoperintendent, Beaufort, North CaToiina... 

J. T. Hliler. superintendent, Wlimington, North Carolina 

■ff, F, Colcock, inperlnteodent, Charleston, Sonth Carolina 

J. N. Merriman, superintendent, Qeorgetown, South Carolina 

John Buaton, gapeiintdndent, Bavanneh, Oeorgia 

T. Hanford, superintendent. Mobile. Alabama .. 

Bobert Eager, superintendent, Pearl ilvei, MiariaalppL............. 

Panl Aman. anperintendent, St. Auguatlne, Florida 

J. P. Baldwin, superintendent, Key West, Florida 

Hugh Archer, late superintendent, St. Mark's. Florida 

llicnnaB Ledwith, superintendent, St, Jofau't, Florida 

B. J. Floyd, superintendent, Apalochlcoia, Florida .. 

F^liz Llflngston, superintendent, Fernandina, Florida 

P. H. Hatch, superintendent, New Orleana, louisiana .... 

H.Shoenutker, superintendent, Detroit, Michigan . 

W. F. Smith, topographical engineers...... .. 

B. B. Hnnt, topographical engineer ... . 

J. D. KurtE, topographical engineers .. . ...... 

W. H. Stevens, topoginphicalenglneers.. .................. ...... 

J. C. Dnone, topographical engineers 

Nary Depaibaent . 



260 00 

fi,686 79 

2fia 00 

3S9 91 

13,963 09 

7 00 

ise 32 

4,G38 16 

3,380 3i 

200 00 

sob 00 

S, 61T 20 

684 sa 

650 00 
880 ST 
69 S6 

9,662 27 
266 69 
523 06 

6, 164 66 
107 90 
260 OO 

T,&TS 41 

S,653 94 
771 88 

3,826 00 
S 00 

3,S2S 00 
106 00 
S2 94 

8,660 41 
54 60 

1,860 64 

3,911 29 
425 00 
300 00 

4,613 16 
260 00 

1,478 60 
814 69 
660 00 
80 00 

1,001 26 

4, 136 06 
200 00 
900 OO 

3,022 31 

9,800 00 
600 61 



Ftmn which deduct the following repayment! ; 

By John Newton ........... 

J. C. Doaue 

J. D. Kurt* , 

George Tnmcr ....... . ......... 



295 40 
9,800 00 

207 08 

83 SO 

3,000 00 



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170 BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITnBSBS. 

UBT-'S8. HIBCELLAHEOTJB. 

J^poiHi y fuptnnfmimlt tn vMiag UgM-houta tmnuaUf, md r^iorting, tte. 

To Hoses Macdonold, superintendent, Portland and FUmoath, Ualne It GO 

B. B. Fbianej, auperbitendent, BaniBlable, HanacbnBetls (7 40 

Constant Norton, Bnperlntendent, Edgarton, Hassachusetts 34 20 

E. B. Hough, aaperintendent, Alexandria, Ttrginla . 621 08 

H. Shoemaker, EQperlntendent, Detroit, MichlgBo 800 M 

W. H. Sterena, topographical engtneera 272 (S 

A. A. Humphte;, topognphioal englueen... ' 400 00 

1,G91 83 
From which deduct the following repsymeiit : 

B; Qeorga Tnnier 108 SI 

tl,4S3 3> 



Arf and guvtoj q^ ofKNn ^ ilte arwfi mat °" %Al-kwi dulg, Irt. 

To Hartman Bache, topographical englueen 1,243 31 

B. S. Alexander, topographical engioRera ..... 604 18 

W. B. E'raaklln, topogntplilcal eugiDeen SOS 17 

D. Leadbetter, topographical engineers .. 62 81 

W, H, Stevens, topographical englneen . ........ .... 3B3 IT 

L. Sltgreavee, topographical eogineets ........—........ US 02 

W.F.Bmith, topograpiiical eo^neets Sll 85 

Qem^e H. Derbf, topographtcal eogineera............ ........ 342 SS 

W. P. BaynoldB, topi^raphical eDgineen ..... . 540 11 

J. C. Duaoe, topographical engineers 276 00 

J. StaiCoTton, topographical engineers 78 61 

«S,081 34 

JBituJJuig BrvmC* Band h^hamt tudfilta^ it wiXpnpar iBummdinf apparatm, Mdm. 
To Angnstni Schell, snperintendent, New Tork $428 37 

BJbidUiK0 a miiaiU team tni ietptr't AmUnf, vti far frm iiK t mid flaanf lie iiwa mry Bh am i 
tutaiff (^iporofM at JfartMoM, Maim. 

To AuRiwtiu Schell, raperintendent, Hew Tork G,968 60 

B. W. Franklin, topogiaphical eoglneen 26,141 60 

130,600 00 
At nbuSdmg UgU-lieum Immt mtd itftr't drMiitff, mid for n^^lfing mid fitting fird ardtr tf 



Ar TAaa^ EA< Hgtit-haim md fitting U teCtt prvpo' tBummatiiv ^nraliu al Wat Queify Oad, 



BECBIFTS Ain> EXFEHDITUHES. 171 

1SS7-'S8. HISCELIANEOUB. 

BAuOdiag tyUAonM and fitiKg if wrOi iUuBdnaUng i^iparaUu at Mtarthaffi P«inl, Mamt. 

Td AogaatnA Scbell, niperiDteiideitt, H«w Tork 461 83 

W. B. nuUin, topoKiaphlcal eiigiaeen 4,SO0 00 

U,%n S3 



A ligKl-ham at 21ar Uimi tmd TSorovV-**. JK'"^ 
ToW. B. FnnUIn, topognphlcal engineers S4,S00 00 

/br a IwM-AoNM of An* Ocd hmhi>r. Mam*. 

To Aafrtutni Schell, Bnpetinlendent, New Toik. ........... 7S3 35 

W. B. FnnUin, topograplilcal engineers . 3,000 00 

$3,T83 36 

fbr Oe nction </a lUme iwoon m FidiBer't Ltdgt, Maait. 
ToW. B. FlMlkliD, topographical engiueen (3,000 00 

Rr flaaiig buoj/r al varmu jiahiiniH Oit vattn t/f Maint, for vlaehnont have htrdqfariliKn autitoriad. 
To Ko««« llBodonald, mperlntendeat, Portluid, Maine S!,BOO 00 

At It Ugtt-luiai mud ka^tr't dadiing m Raimi viand, in MaMat hojf, Main. 
To Augturtng Schell, caporlatendent. New Tork $869 OS 

tor rd^aSng lyif-touH at fbrt Pabd and fiOmg A mM OUammUiiig apporaCM, Mnm. 
ToW. B. FnnUin, topc^raphlcal englneera SI,T3T &2 

Muring, rt/iUBy, and mpromg l\s Ught-kautt at MamU Dtmi BoA, Maiiu. 

ToW. B Franklin, topogn^hical engineers 2,322 73 

Angmlua Bchell, eaperlntendent. New Tork 3,677 17 

$6,000 00 

OMimdnff tA> tgdtm if prvlieting human l^t/rtm t/i^xertek at itr^on ntabliilud, by Uftimati and 
<(br vuau, on Uc eaad tf MaDaA u td l ; to U tipmd^ by lAa Boilon Humane Soddy, ire.. 



1\>TheBo*toa Hoiune Society $10,000 00 

fir tin tnclion qf aSghf-liovt an or near BSSngtgata idand, tfc., Mata^tueOM. 
ToW. B.Frukldln, topognphical engineers $10,000 00 

f«r a liffU-hmut en Bidicp'i and Clirk'i lAonI, in ptaaiflAt light-vead noa plactd near that iangv, 
md for i^aiomi^ Urn l^ht-tatl {an eaa^letion ^ tlit ligH'hoiue) q^ lheiK^tnd(f tht BantOelr- 
tti^ Mhoai in Iht l^iwyard touad, Ma/aackutdti. 

To. V. B. FTMikllD, topographical enginsen $30,000 00 



172 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDBE8. 

leOT-'iSS. MISCELLANEOUS. 

BtbuHJitig (b (Amm baieon at loM't FtM, Aimitjaam harbor, JfotMchurfb. 
ToW. B. FroDkllt), topognphlcal engineer* »700 00 

Fbr At erttliOR i/UaeooMan ••OaOoek" and '• Oormormt BaA" teAtcMnffi^, mdmOtM 
atirmiet lo Bj/anait liaHnr, WliiUMftiiMffl 

ToW. B. Franklin, topognqriacal en^ineen S3, 000 00 

Ibieardi lit trtcUeH t^ a ligU-luiai q/' ynntilt, trai, or a eanlmiaiien if MA, on lAa Ovitr Mmpl 

Utgt.mtroMt'f Bo»bm karber, MamaihaM: 
To 6. B Alexander, ta[iogi^>hi[»l eDglnoera C6T,000 00 

JV nMtiov !&• ^U-ikwH totoa, prmerwatiai qf ml*, rndfornae ffh m ii t ii liiig a y yar^M j /tr Wyal 
Peul I^AI-Amih, Elude Afamd. 

To AngcBtna Schell, aaperintendent, New York $701 81 

foreampUingaama-¥>iai/i)rllitprmrTaliim<fatU^-iamiatcn W<UA OU, Rliadt Jitaid. 

ToK B. Hnnt, topographical euglneeT 3,000 00 

J. at. C. Morton, tc^ogntphlcal ene^neer 2,000 00 

«4,000 00 



', t(t., far lOiMiwriBy a^por^M al Dmth iJoki, BModt lOia^ 

To Angngtm Bchell, aaperintendent, New York SIS 3d 

R. B. Hnnt, topugnpUcd engineer 1,460 00 

»1,969 35 



Fbr rdnuUiitg a l^ht-hiMm lowtr an a jmptr tilt, m plaa cf Qa prtKol, on Block ulaid, aad/or 
filing lit umtt iDtln jmptr opparBtui, Shodt Idand. 

To Angiutiu Scfaell, superintendBnt, Neir York 849 8T 

E. B. Hunt, topographical engineer S,500 00 

3, C. Daane, topographical engineer..... ...... ......... 6S0 13 

»T,ODO 00 



for a boaain, on smd tpU, qff' CtmeeUeul Point, letd tidtt/tlu oitrawt to PnMma rntr, Bhoit 
Iibmd. 

ToE. B. Hunt, top<%nphlcal engineer .' tl.OOO 00 

At OitfnItdiBn andprnavaUoa if tiu UgkLJaiat rK, and for not rfiwHiiy /or latpir, at JyiA 
Point, nuM if (hniMrticW riea, OamtcHML 

To J. C Doane, topogr^hlcal eogloeer I, DOO OO 

J. SI. a Morton, lopogcaphioal engineer 3,000 00 



»,000 00 

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EECEIPT8 ASD EIPENDITTJBES, 173 

lft6T-'5S. HISCELLAHEOUB. 

TotheNkvy Department 116,819 68 

From irbich dednct the following repajment : 
^Jeua Shmrpe 1 75 

$15, BIT M 

Far aepnUatiai and pnKTvdion qf tit %U-Aouh tf Satifi Paiat, Long Umd Samd, Iftu Fork. 
To J. C. DnMM, topognqibical engineer ................. t2,4IO U 

For metritg Ik* fam^aHan and pratrvathn tf IM Bghlrhoum «b of AwMnn Bodci, Lang lila»i 

Samd, IftK Farii. 
To J. C. Doane, topographical engiiiear >S, 13S 18 

ForanuxM qwidb on (b " An mil fTUolaM " rod, Ltmg lOaad Soimd, Ifac Krk. 
ToW. F. RaTDolds, topographical engineer $700 DO 

Ibr a I^kf-fauw at or vtor Tfarrj/town /'onK, en I&> EaiMn riMr, Nte Talk. 
Tk> Ai«Detiia Bcliell, superintwiiUnt, New Tork ST37 83 

FijrfiliiSiiiagilithimmU^dt Fan mtt tarn, Bainnriaa.liaB York. 

ToAngtutiuSchelt, ioperintendent, New York 101 60 

J. C Dnane, topogtspbtcal engineer. . ....... 1,098 40 

91, 200 00 

ArMKtiviijfrricfaM ttaifooA U^hmiM taea, aad fUa^ i( wU da mw( qyrowJ flhuMnriwy 

i^Dparatui, near Gnat Winf i^, 4<!- , JVitv fbrt 
To J. C. Dntae, topographical englneei $22,041 96 

AjmTcIiv onrf ;&ltfy inlA >i( Dnfar qfipirafui IA< Vghi-Koim tf A« AJond, In mak At OfBroaA (0 
(A< habar ^ JVm rent, A«w Yotk. 

To AnguBtDS S^ell, tnperlntendent, New York ................... 10,666 4S 

J. C. Dnane, topognpbical engineer......................... £S,000 00 

J. St. C. Morton, lopograplilcaj engineer.... ............... 7,333 SG 

$40,000 Ofl 

AraiMlnvitjMdiHi tyJU.AoiiMand,^ltiFiy ilintt finiarixr a py er tt n OtBantigii, m plaet^tJit 

prmmt im^dtHt ont, JViw Jomg. 
ToW. F. BATnolda, topogmphlcal englheei $23,000 00 

WorrAta^1i*fomidaSmi^&t)iiiU-}mitafiiktefa'ta»i[&ig ABrr^ NatJtrtig. 

To Angnstns Schell, Bnperintendent, New York t 849 B7 

J. C. Dnuia, topograplilcal engineer ..................I..... 6,000 00 

J. St. C. Morton, topogr»phic*l engineer.................. ,.,,... 3,000 00 

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174 EECEIPT8 AHD EXPENDITURES. 

1867~'58. MIfiCKLLAHBOUS. 

ler TtMbSllg/amiJalun <^ I^Aoun fnor md lOKpa-'l dadUng at Faaac Ught-KauK, m JVdMrt 
baj/, NtiB Jvtey. 

To Angtutae Schell, mipeilnteadaDt, New York .... 783 36 

J. C. Diune, topographloKl engineer ...... ..... B, US 4S 

J. St. C. HortoD, topographical engineer 3,000 00 

t9,911 78 

Hr eomftuaUm tf U bgien ^ Matioia, M ttOO tach ptr tmmim, eoad ^ S4m Jtmg. 

To 0. 8. DeDt«n, raperinteiideDt 4, 850 00 

8. C. Dunhftm, Boperintendeat 6, 16} 01 

B.SIS 02 
Prom wbich deduct tbe following iq«jmeiit : 
Bf Samnel 0. DddIiud 39 44 

$9,77> GS 

CbnfxnHtidn (f too MptniiCMdnb for Oti lift MaHoiu nf Long BUmSmd Km J»mg. 

To B. C. Dunham, supeilnteadent 1,600 00 

0. B. Denton, nipeTlntoadent .............. .. . 1, 137 3S 

J. N. Schelliiiger, late saperioteDdent, New JeiMf 362 U 

|i,99» 97 

.fb-ttfODilBvawMK/iMiiMiaittaMMtoyA'M' York and Urn Jtrtq/. 

ToS. C. DnnliBm, mperlotendeDt SIS Sfi 

O. 8. Denton, ■uperintendent .. 271 12 

Ch»tl«« F. Swot i Co 1,677 90 

2,267 27 
From which dednct the following repayment : 
By J. N. Schellinger. 10 92 

S2,2&6 S9 



Btbttil^ mdfiUng witt fird order ^paratiu t!u Ughi-koum at Oofi Jfep, nfroia to lit DOaeart 
bag, Aiop JtrKj/. 

To W. F. Baynolds, topographical engineer 10,000 00 

A. Schell, roperinUndent, New Ywk — 10,462 68 

120,462 68 

Flar KoaUiy m Buiy idimd md prmnimg OnmUnftU %tt-lMiii, Ddawar*. 
To W. F. Baynoldi, topograpbicitl engineer ..................... 93,847 90 

At ratoriy, 6rMUVt "** r^airvig Imgurim to lAi iroti term pOi tyU-AouM on ftij yicwi ikal, 
by lb briakaig if ^ l)n iet in Iht Ddaigan fwar a^d iofl. 

To W. F. BaTBOldt, topognvhloal cngiaetr t7)36t 03 

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BBCEIPTS USB EXPENDITUBES. 175 

IS&T-'M. ICSCELLAJIEOUS. 

Fw iiiinf oddiluMM to lia UgitJutrntt tBoria at Braudj/aiat $ioaU and for iMr prettetum amd 



To W. F. B«7iiolds, topogiBphksl engineer SS, 121 41 

For llu treetian of a Kglit-Xoutt on F!emeiek'* i^and, Dtlatoart, 

To A. Sdhell. mperintendent, New Toik 4,279 29 

W. F. lUTHoldi, topogiapbicsl engineer 11,000 00 

$16,279 » 

FvT rtbmUiitg tk» htat»% Uglit at EtU, Ponuyhimia. 

Tto A. Schell, Baperintendant, New York 731 77 

A. W. Whipple, topogr^ililcal engineer 4,450 00 

$6,181 77 

F»T tuos*, ttain end d ag m oH i* U mark tkehartamdckaiatlta/ Saittniaf,{Ctu«n»akiila§,'\ 

at tht tOKtk md of KaU ubmd, IfH., H^fbad. 

To the Nat; Department..... Sfi.OOO 00 

Ar m rmaO itaean liglit at or war tiu lamdimg M fbri WoMiigttH, •« lie PMamae Hvtr, 
Maryland. 

To A. Schell, mperintendent. New York 203 19 

From which deduct the following repajment : 
ByB. 8. Hongh 7J 21 

S130 08 

Li^it4Mmliaffte<9td»u»Caf» Baat mad Badf'i Uaad ligkl-k»Mii. 

To W. B. Fruklln, topognqthlctil engtneor . .... S,S37 16 

Whidi deduct from the following repayment : 
Bj WUlifun Tmmlnil] 18,284 06 

Exoesa of rapaymeot $12,946 90 

Small piU Ughl-ioam on Ikt extFOmtjr of Ike itland maJemg out fiom StiagTag Point, mimtX tff 
Ti^aJiauioek rimr, yirgmia. 

ToL SitsreaTea, topognphical engineer 10,060 00 

Which deduct from the following repsTment : 
BfL MtgredTee 10,601 U 

EzceMofrepsTmeot. ................................. ...... $661 23 

F*T rtiaiUing Copt CharlM Uglit-kotue and fiitiag it leitk froftr iUitmmiliag ffnatnt, 

IbE 8. Hoagb, collector, Alazandria, Virginia 309 60 

A. Schell, superintendent, New York 10,603 4S 

L Sltgreavea, topogr>phic»l eogineer.... , 12,872 72 

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176 EECEIFTS AND EXFENDmiRES. 

lesT-'GS. UISCaLLANEODB. 

For nbmUixg om o pioftr ril« tic UghtJiottt ittlmfni kg to imn»g At latt iriMr at PMtgm 

itagmt, Virgima, 
To Aupntoi Schell, (nperintendent, New York . ............ HSS !• 

Beitiilding and fittutgmlhfiril order i^aratutlluIigkt-lmKti at C^ Leolmit, Nortk CdraUut. 

To AugnatiiB Bchell. giiperint«ndeDt, New Tork 6, BIO 38 

W. H. C. Whiting, topognphlcol engineei SO, 000 Oft 

S2<,Bia 36 
AituiUiiV "d fiaing wilA natatU Ukm apyarattu Ikt Hgkt-iiHiM d Bodf't idaad, Kank 



To A. Sch«11, BDperlnteud^t, New Tork 3,B3S ST 

W. B. Franklin, lopograpbtckl engineer 1,670 12 

L. ffitgiearei, topographical engineer .. ..... ............. 6,000 00 

$1D,«06 60 

For afinl erdtr Unt appmrahu,fUeing thtMmt.rtbttiUiiigthi dmtlSmgfor kttftr Mtdauittmtt, 
at Chartalon lighl-keuit, SotiU CSn^lliu. 

To A. Schell. iuperintendent, New York 6,747 *l 

W. B. Franklin, topogn^hlcal englneen 6,267 SO 

a. W. Cutlum, topogmphkkl en^neen 2,986 0> 



F«r • kttpw't hevit on MerrtM Itland, CharletUn harbor, in Ou vlact tf Uc om ialngtd if M« 

Mterm i^BtpUmiitr, 1B54, fimli CaroKna. 
Too. W, Cullnm, topographical engineer* $1,600 00 

For a iifhl^wm in or nMr A* men i^Moumt PUuant, CtartatON larbvr, SotiA CrvSm. 

To W. F. Colcock, collector, &c., Ch»rleBton, Sooth CaroUoa 684 76 

A. Schell, superintendent. New York 649 67 

O. W. Callum, topographiml englneen 8,000 00 

$3,734 6S 

For ■ Ui^U-ham on Art PoiM, run Oewyritwa, SmA C«r»tin* 

To A. Schell, mpeiintendent. Hew York 411 78 

W. H. C. Whiting, topogriphlcal engineen 4,600 00 

$4,912 78 

For » btoton lifh •» er mmt (*< Smak Poini rf S^dlo lOmi, Sft., $tt., OiorgU. 

To A. Schell, snperintendent. New York 914 36 

J. F. QUmer, topographical englneen 1,166 M 

$1,600 00 



F«r ■ ((wan U; Al to rmngi uiUk lit Amtlia Itland IjgU-Aonw mU At Mltr bar, Qiorgim. 
TaA.8cheU, luperlDtmdent, New York >SS& 02 



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1857-'38. mSCELLANEOnS. 

Tma ttmam OgUi t»i Juiptr't dietlHng on oriMar lk< Rorlh JVvnt </ •JRUlU Alatul, Otargit- 

To A. Bchell, saperiDtendent. Sew York 670 04 

J. F. Oilmer. topographical enKlneers 600 00 

W. H. C. Whitiug, topogniphical engineen 3,500 00 

$i, 670 04 

Far a htU hun/ to wtart tht cniranet to Sanantuh river, Georgia. 

To A Bchell. inpeiiDteiideDt, New TorK.. 473 40 

Jofan T. UitBon. collector, &c , Baltimora. Haiyluid 4, I3S 42 

B. 1>. HoDgh, collector, &c., Aleundila, Virgiau 286 40 

$4,898 21 

Far a Ml bum/ te mark Vu tj/preaA to At bar at Debog, Gcergia. 
ToE.8. Eoneh, cotlector, 4c., Aleiandrla, Virginia t612 54 

fW ■ MnaU li^U te it trtttcd on Ike bay In the cUy <if Satannah, to guiit teuibfrom Big blaiU 
iight-houit, Georgia. 

ToA. Scbell, snpeiialeudeDt, New York 262 84 

J. F. Qilmer, topographical englueers 1,378 48 

$1,641 32 

Unt tUa ligkt-Mciut ntor CdJ^ii'i Patdui, off thy bank, helf-ieaif iitattit Caryi/brl ntf und 
Sand Kty UgU-hovM, Florida. 

ToW. F. ItaynoldB, topographical eogineera $29,053 81 

SAaiUimg vn mfropfrritt, tteveting nut ri^Iin^ Kith the Moit afprotti ittvminating appara- 
htf, tht light-hoitt at Pnuaeola, Florida. 

ToA. ScbelT, anperintendent, New York 721 61 

E. 8. Hough, collector, Ac , AleuiDdria, Tirgiola 240 00 

O. H. Derbj, topographical engineera 43,996 66 

W. B. Franklin, topographical eugiucen 1,430 65 

$45,988 82 

Mibtilding tkt l^il-hov$t diOnytd by tlu gall tf Stpttmhtr, 1B56, t( Capt St. Blai, FUiUa. 

ToW. B. Franklin, topographical engiDeen. ......... ..... 1.654 32 

0. H. D«rbT, topographical engineer!. . 10,000 00 

Sit, 664 32 

For tmtiniiing tkt ffferli ta trett a htaean on RAteta Aoal, Fhrtda. 
ToW. F. BajDoIda, topographical cnglaeen.. $6,000 0* 

At a day btaeoit on Sta Hone rttf, Cedar Kejt, Florida. 
ToW. F. lUfnoIda, topographical engineera $3,000 00 

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178 EECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITUEE8, 

ISST-'fiS. UIBCELLANE0U8. 

Fvr iti«yt mid ttakttfor Ctiar Sty ctoniul and Jtanittt Hwr, ttt-t FTorUa- 
To the Nary Deputmeut SI, 200 00 

Ar • day Uaeon at TurtU harbor, FlarUa rtff, Florida. 
ToW. F. Ba^oldt, topogi^hical engiDeera 11,900 00 

FWrtMl^ngllitUgU-hevjeimafrepirnlt it Dry Torimgat, Florida. 
ToD. P. Woodbury, topi^tniphlcal engloeeta $1,788 88 

For TibuUding iJu light-leiBtr and kttptr't diMlUnf al Egmnii fey, Ftorula. 
ToW. 7. Rayuolde, topogmpbicjl euginnen...... .. tifi, OOQ 00 

fbr a tijU-AowM Id mark tht mtranct lo St. Jlndrta't bay, Florida. 
ToA.8cheIl, roperlutendent, New York t71T 68 

Far hwy and ttakti fir Ike bar and diannti leading' U and in 8t. ■fndrcw'i bay, Florida. 
To the NaTy Deputment $*, 000 00 

fW baeyi and day marh In Pensacola bay and Irihrfsriei, Florida. 
To the Navy Department $3,600 00 

For huyi and day maria in tht Si- John's river, Florida. 
To J. a. Doll, collector, tc., Florida »1,500 00 

Prom which dedaot the following repayment : 
By J. O. Dell 115 91 

tl,3SB 09 

Far At mcHa* qf a uaeoaX light and fitting it with proper Ulmdmatitit ^paratw en Sand itland, 
offlht tnlranet to Mobilt bay, tStabana. 

TbA-flchell, wperiatendent, New Totk 0,191 «5 

O. H, Derby, topagraphlcsl engineers . . 25,374 82 

W. B, Franklin, topograptiical engiDeen . l,t33 && 

tSS.OOO 00 

For repairing ligU-hatai and Jcaptr'i dwelling, tnlarging and fencing in Ikt gronndt ofloeied le 
tht lame al Chottio Point, near Mobilt, jSlabama. 

ToO.B. Derby, topographical engineers S2,000 00 

For rAvUding Iht lighl-houtt lamer ol Iht we$t end of Cat Uand, and fitting U ailh proper illiimi' 

nating apparatvt, JtnMi«ln»i 
ToA.Schell, aaperintendent, HawToik »717 88 

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BECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITURES. 119 

18ST-'58. MISCEDLLANEOtlS. 

Far rttuiMiv M« UffU-tMiK mtd kteftr't iatHing at Pbu Mauhat, Lomtiana. 

To A Sdiell, saperiDtendent, Kew York tT33 38 

O. H. Derbj, topogiaphlcal engineere .. ... GdT 62 

1,391 00 

SI, 391 00 



Far a ligki-hmiat at oriuttr Iht numth i^ tht Mritt rivrr, M Ltkt Maur^ai, LmMmna. 
lb A. Bchell, raperintendent, New Totk S519 3ft 

Far At erttlion <^ ■ Iixlt-totu- m Mc 5roUutif rttf, near Mc tnXrantt la Jitchafalaya tag, B 
nibfitvl* /or tA< imieal Jlchi/dlaga light-Aip, tfe. , /.ouftiinia. 

lb A. Bchell, superinttndeiit. New Tork IS19 iT 

Far lie cr*cl{a« t^ajint flau IJgAt-AouK, a rotttjluh/n- tka %JU>tc>ie( ol S&^ SftsaJ or Rteceiin 
PoinJ, Louiriana. 

To W. B. FrankllD, topographical eagineera 69,241 97 

W. U. Stevens, lopognphicsl engiaeers... ........... 10,600 00 

»S9,T41 ST 

For th* trtctim efm boiniiiig tlatiim, at Pan d t'OuIrt, Loit m. 

ToS.U McEean, dUbardDg clerk, Trea8UT7 Depcrtmeot..-.. .... fiT U 

W. P. DuncoD, amUtant BaperiDt«odcDt, board stationg... ...... 2i 00 

D. J. Waamm 6,63149 

«5, 91£ 96 

Far At trttUa* qf ■ llfU'iouu at or 'Mar the htad nf thtSKatk, tbrtatt qf Al'gatar't ktad, Mata- 
gorda bag, Tola*- 

To A. Bchell, aaperintendent, New Toik 869 03 

W. B. FnmkllD, U^graphlcai eng[neen 3,860 00 

W. H. BtereDB, lopograpbical engtoeers G.ZSO 97 

S 10, 000 00 

For a btacan light at lit moutA tiftht bayou at Saiiaa, Ttxal. 

To A. Bchell, iDperinteDdent, New Tork 101 60 

W. B. SUveoa, topographical eDgineeis... ....... . 398 40 

«600 00 

For Uu tnelinnif a light at thi mevth iifAt Bk Grand riser, Texat, 

To A. Bchell, aaperintendent, New York $737 83 

For a btacon light at Corpus ChriM, Ttxal. 

To A. Schell, raperiiitendent. New York 428 87 

W. H. Stevcna, topogiapblcftl eogineers , 4,671 63 

_ tS,000 00 
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180 EECBIPTa AND EXPBNDITDEES. 

1857--58. MISCELLAIIEOUS. 

JW ftvojii iMul siafcti/or Iht Idukt port of .iTiauai tty and/or tk» Mmd thaimtt, l(t-, Tixat. 
ToUieNavjDeputmeDt (3,000 00 

Ar ■ iifht-hmut lo it trtclti en Trastnt or Ch*rif]i Ulmti, in S^now ioy, Midiigmn- 
rro A. Schell, luperlnteDdent, New York S519 36 

For a It^-toiue of Fort >diMl>n, S^mno tay, JHicUpnu 
To A. Ecbell, sspeiinleDdeDl, New Tork $7BT 9* 

For a light-koiat 0% Point Ponuvlar, tdiMot Big ondLittUBaf Dn Xbfutt,i» Lakt Micliigam. 

Midugaii. 
To A. ScbcU, BuperlnteDdent, Now York $I!7 9* 

Far a btaan light at Sand Poiat, on tlu »ttt tide of LiUU Bag Da Ifofntt, KMgun. 
To A. Sdiell, auperiDtendent, New York $101 SO 

For 4 lake arett ligkt-Xoutt at Grand Point An Sable, Lake Mieliiga*, Midagan, 
To A. Schell, inperintendent, New York S9BI 46 

For addttioaai bnoyi in Detroit rincr, and to mark aistmctions to aanigation in the St Lamtnca 
Titer, Niagara rixer, and in Laket Ontario and Erie, Jtiekiga*. 

To WuraD BrTant, oollector, &c., Buffalo creek, New York $641 SO 

A Ugkt-konte at or mar Etgh river, Midagan. 

To W. B. Franklin, t«pogi»p1)k*l eDgiDeen 3,1H 00 

W. F. Sralib, topographical engineers 234 83 

3,393 83 
From which deduct the MiowinK repajineiit : 
Bf W. F. Smith 13,393 B3 



A tigkl-konu at Point Bettef, J 

ToW.F. Smith, topographical e^igmeere . ........ 809 12 

Which deduct from the followlDg repnjmeDt : 
By W. F. Smith 3,930 17 

Eicesaof lepaymetit.. ..... S3,3!I 06 

A ligkt-koti$t at Portage rieer, MiMgaL 

To W. B. Franklin, topographical engineers 2,940 DO 

W. F. Smith, topographical engiucuni .. 1,849 21 

4,289 21 
From wbtch deduct the following repafment; 
By W.F. Smith S(,S89 (t 



BECEIPT8 AND EXPEND1TUBE8. 181 

18ST-'68. mSCELLAUEOUS. 

FuT a ii£b-fa>aM at L» FtiMt, tOdtigan. 

To W. B. FnmkllD, topographical engineers S,2S0 00 

W. F. Smith, topographical eogineen 810 00 

4,100 00 
From which deduct the following Tepaymont : 

Br w, F. Smith $4,100 00 

Far fwnkatimg a mtlaUie nrftnat to raetuliva and pToptrti), tnd ta bt laeated at fchef tkt 
fQUotcing peiiUM, ms : mu am tht anil aide of Lake Mtchigau, t/e. 



To HMthfdl Lefferia, treanirer $2,000 00 

Far rthiiU4iag lilt teeea» light at HmvK, Okie. 

To A. Scbell, •operintendent. New York 416 Ofl 

A. W. Whipple, topographical engiiieen ,. 4, 000 00 

S4,4ie OS 

R^uiUiag Ue ligit-ioiae at Wade riwcr, Okie. 

To A. Schell, ■Dpelintendent, New York SBI 46 

A. W. Whipple, topogra^ical engineere 6,400 00 

S7,Sai 46 

Far lit campUtiou of the rdiiaUing a%d npairt of llu iMd pier and pier-head upon nkidt tie 
light-ieuu at Black riter it erected, eomudiaf Iki mum viilA Uia eiart, Okio. 

To A. W, Whipple, topognphlMl engineers SS,016 00 

Far a dioMMl range light at JIohmm bag, OUa, 

To A Sekell. Buperintendent, New York 461 B3 

A. W. Whipple, topc^raphtcal engineere 600 00 

$>61 83 

Frr r^aiiing UghlJiotut, iamkiag in and pratettimg lb tile nfthe H^-honat at Huron, (Mo. 
To A. W. Whipple, topographical engineers $10,000 00 

Omplttimg the ligbl'konit at or wear the north pier^head.Ckkaga, IlHnoit,andforpTotictuig the 
«■■■, M odJitiaM la ih* batanct* ofprenetu appropriatUmt made prior ta AagMtt 31, lab'i. 

To W. B. Franklin, topographical enitliieers S,331 62 

J. i>. QrshMii, topographical eo^neers 30,00(1 00 

$31,332 62 

Far ntaiUiNf '^ Ught-hoim at Port De Mart, Witeontin. 

To A. Schell, niperlntenaent. New York 1,254 02 

W. F. Smith, topographical eoglneers 3, GOO DO 

$4,TM Ot 



182 BECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITURES. 

ie5T-'58. MISCELLAKEODB. 

Tar a lake eoatt lighthauu on (At ntMl ihonofLaka Midagiut, at er near tit Portage, m>dopf«- 
nit le Ikt luad oj Big Sturgeon ftii||, IFtMcaiuim. 

To A, SchBll, snperintendGat, New York »73T 83 

lir fToviding a uiitabla vuul tad for maintainiiig Uu lame Jiir ant ^itr w mnAag At Uglila 
a»d other aidi,foT vuptttiax and dtthoTi o/Mupptitt, It'-, 0" '^ Pacific ceati, Caitformia. 

To John DeC»mp, United State* nary 10,000 00 

W. B. Franklin, topogr»phical engineer* 1,2S0 95 

Albert Greenieaf.navr agent, Washing ton city, D. C 3,037 47 

$24, 29B 40 

Far lit trettian of a teacoOMt lighi-lunitt aa Iht main land bttmeoi Biuna Feniitra and Paint 
Duma, Sfc, to iruiiciiu tit opproaci b> tie jJoMla Barbara cAiniuI, IfC, , CaHfomia. 

ToSamnel Hein, diibanliig agent, coast eaxvoy ..- . 2,611 73 

W. B Franklin, topographical engineera &,2TT 61 

»T,1S9 34 

Ibr afirit dau tigit-ionoa at Capt Jbubciatf, Qdiforma. 

To A. Schell, euperlnUndent, New Tork 10,S50 09 

W. B. Franklin, topogra[^!ca] engineen 0,237 16 

SIS, 887 2» 

Brtelien oja H^-ieatt at Simia Cna dangeit to ligktJioMae on Anaeapa iiland. 
ToH. Bache, topogniphlcal engineen ll.tSt 34 

From which deduct the following repayment ; 
By Hartman Bache 9,063 BS 

•2,172 tV 

Ligit-iomte at or near Paint Lobol, to matic tit entraitce to S^n nanatca iaf, Calf/brNto. 

To H. Bache, topographical englneen . . 17,219 94 

J. Bt, C. Morton, topogmpliical engineers .. .... 1,500 00 

18,716 94 
From which deduct the following TepKjzaaxt : 

Bf Hartman BK^e 17,166 44 

SI, 649 50 

lUpairt and imeidenlai exptnta ^Jiftim ligilt. and iiaUi»gi eonmicted tiemoUi, on tit eomtti 

of Caltfomia, Oregon, and WatUaglon. 

ToH. Bache, topographical engineers SiO.OOO 00 

Eiptnitt of raiting, cleaning, re p a irin g, and rtmenng, Itc, tt<;fioatimg koacomt, hnoft, tft., an 
111 eoattt of C^fomia, Oregon, and IFaihiagton. 

ToA.eche11, anperintendent. New York I, DQD 00 

E. 8 Hongh, collector, kc, Alexandria, Virginia B, 122 OS 

JoliDDeCamp, United States navy 6,000 00 

tl4, 122 09 



EECEIPTS AND KO'EKDITOBES. 183 

1857-*6S. msCELLANEOUS. 

Ligkl-houtt om PiaUa dt lot Refti, Cali/orma. 

To J. Si C. Hoiton, topographical engiD«er8 1,600 00 

Which dednct from the fbllowlDg repaTment : 
B^ Hartman BKhe 17,923 CS 

Eicen of TepsTmeDt 116, 4Si 6< 

Cemmmitm of^otr cat. to tutk tuftruilVKdaiU a* tm entilUd to tie Mnc, nmUrtke provin 
tf lit act nfMardt 3, 1851, an li* eaaUt of Cal^»nia, Oregon, and frawhitigtan. 

To J. Bbarpe, mperhiteDdent, WtlminprtoD, Delaware tae Si 

A. C. Qtbbe, inpeilDteDdaDt, Cape Perpotoa. Oregon 19 3B 

E. S. Uongh, inperiDtendeiit, Alexandria, Virginia 100 00 

SZSS 00 



Solaria of fifivm HgMiouti keepert aad tvaO^ BinttaMt, tfc., on tkt ceaUt of Oal^onia, 
Ortgo*, and irathutgton. 

To Joae H. CovarrDbiM, taperiDteadent, San Dtego, CallforDla 1,660 00 

J. A WataOD, BDpgtiutendent, Honterej, California...... 1,S60 00 

H. 8. Latham, late mperintendent, San Frandsco, California 4,3<0 16 

J. O. Downey, superintendent, San Pedro, California 960 00 

B. F. Wathlngton, late Bnperintendent, San Francisco, Caiifomia 1, Ul 96 

A. C. Gibba. mperiDtendeot, Cape Ferpetna, Oregon TOO 00 

IL H. Frost, raperlntendeiit, Pogct's Sound, WRshington Territory.. 1, 400 00 

H. Bacbe, tt^ogrqthleal engineen.... 6,3BS 79 

t2D,lS0 90 



Ligit-^MU «« Qift aioaliealtr, at tie ralrascB lo lAe btf of that wmm, WiuknglOK r«mterjr. 
ToH. Bache, topographical engineen tl8,97T 89 

Ibr a OgU-kaaM ai Btd Bluf, en tFtu^f't uland, WatUi^on Ttrritarf. 

To A. Schell, superintendent. New York 4, U6 40 

W. B. Fianklin, topographical engineers 1,570 1> 

«G, T16 63 

Oil Olid odternyplitt fur JifteaiUglUi, dtatdngmatmula of aUldudifoTlkt eoa*l$ of Cal^orwie, 
Oregon, and Wathington. 

To A. Schell, tnperintendent. New York 6,094 31 

Joee U. Covarrablu. anpeiintendent. Ban Diego, California ..... 338 80 

A. C. Qtbbe,Buperintendent,Cape Perpetna, Oregon. . . 76 00 

JeaH8hBrpe,oollectoT,&c., Wilmington, Delaware . 11,630 46 

A. W. Anatln, collector, Boston, UMsacbnietts 676 56 

H. Bacbe, topographical englneera ... 6,000 DO 

S23,T16 11 

For a liglit-hoaMt at Beavtr bag, Lakt Swptrior, JRinMMla Terrilotf, 

To A. Schell, aaperlntendentpNow York S7B) 66 

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184 HECEIPTS ASD EXPEKDITUHEB. 

185I-'5a. MISCEa.LANEOUS, 

FuT a Ught-fimuc at Grand Jfaraii, Lain Supmor, IbatcKta. 
To A. acbell, collector, 4c,, New York 



To Sobert Bami, ngent, PanamaqDodd;, Ifaine.. 2,480 00 

A. F. Parlin, agent, MftchUs, Maine 372 00 

T. D. JoQce, ageDt, Frenchman's Bar, Maine........ ...... 726 00 

J. H. Kennedy, agent, Waldoboro', Haloe ....-.. — .... ...... TTI 00 

C. N. Bodfish. late Beont, Bath, Uaine 5 27 

Joseph Berry, agent. Bath, Maine 1,910 00 

H. Macdonald, agent, FOrtJoad. Maine S,8A4 60 

A. A. Hanscom, ^ent. Saco. Maine 58 00 

John Coueinti, agent, Kennebuuk, Maine . 79 OO 

L. JnntinH, agent, York, Maine 100 00 

E. K. Smart, late agent. Belfiut, Mi^ae ^30 00 

J. Q. Diukerson, agent, BilfBgt, Maine 101 00 

O. P. SewaJI, late agent. Bangor. Maine -..■ 1»0 91 

D. F. Leavitt, agent, Bangor, M^ne S,000 00 

A. JenkiDH, agetit, rortBmouth, New Bampehlre . 878 00 

J. B, Bowdish. agent, Burlington, Tennont ..... ... ZOO 00 

W. H. Manning agent, Glonceoter, Uawschawtta ........ SO 00 

A. W. Austin, agent, Boston, MaraochugetU.... .............. 23,963 00 

8. B. Pbioncy, agent, Banutable, Uaarachugetts 6,M0 00 

C. B. n. Fewcnden, agent, I'cw Bedford, Mauachiuetta 138 00 

C. Norton, agent, Edgarton, Massachuaetls 910 00 

Q. Bradford, late agent, Providence. Rbode Island 1,731 00 

Q. H Rejn(.1ds, agent, Bristol and Warren, Bhode Island 218 00 

George Tnrner. late agetit. Newport, Rbode Island 129 00 

Gilbert Chase, agent. Newport, Rhode Island 303 00 

J. A. Aborn, ageat. Providence, Rbode Island 1,206 00 

W. LittleSeld, late agent. Newport, Rhode Island 200 00 

Patrick Fagan, agent. Hiddletown, Connecticnt 362 00 

Henry Huhart, agent, New London, Connecticut .... 170 00 

H. A. Osborn, agent. New Haven, Clonnectlcnt 838 00 

B. F, Btales. agent. Stooinglon. Connecticnt . . 9 00 

W. Rowland, agent, Saoketfs Harbor. New York !00 00 

i. C. Cnnipbeli, agent, Genesee, New York 38 40 

E. B T^lcott. late agent, Oswego, New York 2,676 00 

O. BoblnBon, agent, Oswego, New York 1,100 00 

A. V. E. Hotchkisa, Ute agent, Niiigara, New York 130 00 

G. P. Eddy, agent, Niagara, New York 64 OS 

J T. Hudson, Uleagent, BaOSalo Creek. New York S,6G0 00 

W, Bnant, agent, Bullalo Creek, New York 1,128 00 

Horace Uoody, agent, Oswegatchie, New York ................... 16 00 

J. M. Terbell, agent, Sag Harbor, New York fib 00 

A. Schell, agent, New York, New York 36,358 00 

H, B. Bmilh, agent. Cbsmplain, New York 464 00 

A. Robins, agent, Perth Am boy. New Jersey 198 40 

W. S. Bowen, agent, Bridgetown, New Jersey 691 00 

T. D. Winner, agent. Great Egg Harbor, New Jerapy 133 00 

J. B. Baker, agent, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 9,996 81 

James Ly lie, lale agent, Preaqne Isle, PennsylTaula 116 00 

John Biswley, agent, Presqne Isle, Pennsylvania . 126 00 

John Hastings, late agent. Pittsburg, Pemwylvauia . 7,007 00 

J. A. Gibson, agent, PiCIsbarg, Pennsylvania .. 6B3 00 

P. F. Thomas, late agent, Baltimore, Maryland ID 04 

J, T. Masnn, agent, Baltimore, Maryland 4,3BB 00 

H. C. Matthews, agent, Georgetown, District of Columbia 314 00 

W. H HarrisoB, agent, Bkhmond, Vli^oia (63 00 

CarHed forward $119,191 33 

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BECEIPT8 AHD BXPESDITDRE8. 185 
lS5T-'58. HISCEXLAyEOUS. 

Brought forward 119,191 33 

To 8 T Sawyer, late igent, Norfolk, &c , Virginia 3,852 00 

J, J. SimkinB, ageot, Norfolk, Ac., Virginia 7<7 00 

T. Miw, Bgenl, PetcrHburg, Virginia B04 00 

Q. T. Wriftht, agent, Tappabannock, Virginia 101 00 

E. S, Hough, agent, AlexandrU. Virginia 321 02 

A. 1. PftDDel, agent, Wheeling, Vit^nia 629 00 

L. D. StatkB, agent, Camden, N^orth Carolina 1,994 DO 

E. Wright, agent, Edaoton, Nortli '.'arolina 91 00 

loaeph UaDuey, agent, Plfmonth, North Carolina 1,000 00 

0. B. Dewey, agent, Ocracoke, Korth Carolina 3,229 00 

J. B Qibble, agent, Beaufort, North Carolina SIS 00 

J. T. Uiller, agent, Wilmington, North Carolina 2,204 00 

W. T. Coloock, agent, Charleston, South barolina 6,013 00 

J. N. Ueirlman. agent, Oeorgetuwn, South Carolina 690 00 

John Boston, agent, Savannah, Georgia S,330 00 

W. Mabry, agent, Bmrawlck, Georgia -. 468 00 

T. Banford, agent, Mobile, Ala&una ID, 7(jT OD 

W. W. W. Wood, Ute agent, Vicksburg. Mierislppl 4,50n 00 

W. D, Roy, agent, Vickaburg, MiBsisaippi 750 00 

John Banter, agent, Natchea, HiselBdppI ID, 222 73 

Jtneph Sierra, agent. Penrdcola, Florida 6,773 00 

^nlAman, late agent. St. Aoguitlne, Blorlda 34 00 

M. B. Andrew, agent, St. Aaguatine, Florida 3 

J. P. Baldwin, agent. Key West, Florida 4,2D1 47 

Hugh Archer, lata ajtent, St. Mark'a. Florida 566 00 

A. a Noyeg, agent, St. Mark's, Florida 151 00 

Thomaa Ledwith. agent. St John's, Florida 190 OD 

R, J. Floyd, agent, Apalachicolu, Florida 604 00 

J. E. Johnson, agent. Bay Fort, Floriila 7 07 

K. H. Hateh, agent. New Orleaos, Louisiana 38,628 00 

H Stuart, agent, Gslveeton, Texas 4,949 00 

D. H. Stapp, agent, Salnria, Texas 100 00 

J. H. Dnret, agent. Brasoa de Santiago, Texas 24 00 

A. A. Eddlngton. agent, Napoleon, Arkanaaa 11,300 OD 

J. Thomas, agent, Nashville, Tennessee 173 00 

H. T. Hulbert, agent, Memphis, Tennessee 1,610 00 

W. N Huldeman. agent, LouUvl lie, Kentucky 10.153 00 

A. Boyd, late agent, Paduca. Kentucky 70 46 

W. Nolen. agent, Paducah. Kentucky 7,872 00 

DennlB CoRhliD. agent, Miami. Ohio 849 00 

8, B W. McLean, agent, Cincirmati, Ohio 6,204 00 

A. J. Jonea, late agent, BaudoBky, Ohio 11 10 

O. 8. Patterson, agent, Sandusky. Ohio 283 00 

Robert Parka, agent, Cuyahoga, Ohio 5,503 00 

U. Bhotmaker, agent, Uetrolt, Michigan 11,896 93 

J. A. T. Wendell, a^ent, Michtlimackinac, Michigan 76 00 

Jacob Fry, agent, Chicago, Ill'noU 9,780 28 

Daniel WaoD, agent, Oalena, Illlnoia 632 00 

John White, lateanent. Milwankie, Wisconsin 24 73 

If Bchoeffler, agent, Milwankie, Wlsconstn 6,666 00 

J. Hutchinson, late agent, EvaoeviUe, Indiana 2,36& 90 

C. Denby, agent, Eransville, Indiana 1,983 00 

W. A. Linn, agent, St. LmiU, Mleeonri 18,928 10 

8. P. Mose*, agent, Olyinpia, Oregon 7 07 

U. S. Latham, late agent, San Frandsco, California 10,418 76 

B. F. Washington, agent, Son Frandsoo, CallfomU 38,374 86 

J.T. McDuffie, Ute United Statea manhal, northern diatrlct, California. 137 00 

Richard Potto 614 00 

E C Bancroft 44 80 

H. N. Sands 34 91 

Csfflberltutd hospital, Smittiland, Kentncky 779 60 



Carried forward.. 



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186 BECEIPT8 AND EXPEHUlictufS. 

185T-'S8. MISCELLANEOUS. 

BroogMforwwd 878,787 04 

ToS.Leg»rden 33 5fi 

L. Merchant & Co 27 90 

Schuylkill Navigation Companr !,8« SO 

Isaac Hughi, commiiaicDer, &c., Fciiiu;lTai)U . S60 00 

381,910 70 
Fiom whicli deduct the fbllowlDg; repapnents : 

By Z. Clement 1» 

D. Walker 294 71 

S. S. EngliBh 204 79 

S, L Oardiner » 91 

¥. W. Brinley S 19 

C. H. Feaelee 1,S2J 64 

0. Bradford 340 00 

Kara Carter, jr 80 14 

B. WllBon 8 91 

JobnT. Hudson 63 81 

M. A. Osbom 1 64 

J. B. Baker 351 48 

— 2,624 55 



To A, V. AnttEi), agent, kc., Boaloa, Masaachusetta 1,600 00 

A. A. Eddington, agent. &c , Napoleon, Arkansaa 3,000 DO 

W. Nolen, agent, Ac, Fodtlcah, Seotuckj 6& 00 

Bobert Parka, agent, &c., Cayahoga, Ohio 1,144 00 

Jacob Fry, agent, Jtc, Chicago, Illinoii ■■ 4,211 97 

W. A. Unn, agent, &e , St. Loula, Missouri 600 00 

TboniM WiUiam* & Co 160 DO 

P. J. Moore 258 31 



Marint AnpiToi d Portland, Mmm. 

To Hofea Macdonald, agent, &c , Portland, HaJoe 11,384 00 

B. M. McEean, disbursing clerk Treasury Department 71 SO 

Ford* MUler 1,696 02 



Marint initial al Burlinglan, Pamsnf. 



r lontingtnt apau— qf marim ho^rilal at Burlmglm, Vtrmtnt. 
S. M. McEean, i 



.coy Google 



HECEIFr8 AND EXPENDITUKES. 187 

lS67-'58. lUSCELIANBOUS. 

Marau Aoipilal at C^4ita, MauadaaelU. 

Tto A. W. AwtlQ, kgent, Ac., Botton, MaasachuBetU 27,S73 35 

C. H. PeMlee, late agent, Ac., Boston, Maseochusetta U 00 

S. H. HcEmu, dUbondng clerk Tresdurj Depaitment 61 79 

C. L. Woodbary, United 8t»te« attomej 135 00 

28,267 U 
From whidi deduct the following repaTiuenta : 

By C. H. Possloo »!,407 90 

Cooper, Hewitt 4Co 807 02 

3,216 t: 

t:&,041 72 

Marmt ka^Uid at WUmaiglim, AbrlA OarvUua. 

To J. T. Uillei, agent, &c., WUmlDgtoa, North Carolina 1,000 00 

Cooper, Hewittft Co 8,227 18 

H,127 18 

Hh per eail./ar eBBlmgaU aptnta t^ mariae hoipilal at WUvmgton, NarUi Oa<iliaa. 

To J. T. Ulller, agent, &c., 'WUmington, North Carolina 100 00 

8. U. HcKean, disbniBuig clerk Iteuurj I^partment . .. 618 63 

FoKodA Price 12 00 

BobertP Dkk 50 00 

SS40 53 

Pvrduut if a wit far a narwa Aopilol ol WOarngbia, Kortk Cbnilina. 
ToMUei CosUd tfl,600 00 

QntMrvtSon <f a marine ho^^Odl at Pmtacola, Florida. 
8. M. McKean, diatmrdng clerk Treuiiry Departmsnt ... tlS 10 

T^ptr emti.ftr amimgaU afoua, Ift., ialkt tndion tf a moriat hmpibd at Ptntaeda, Florida. 
To 8. U. HcEean, dUbuifliiig clerk IVeasur; Deputmetit $10 00 

Htpnmit for a mUidit htaUing m a marine lunpUal at St. Mark't, Florida. 

To Oaidker OibsoD. mperintendent, St. Hatk'B, Florida 1,998 00 

S. H. HcCeao, dleborriiig clerk Trearar; Department 122 iB 

OaleB ft BeatoD, and others 162 00 

E A. Bhine U,«l 29 

Cooper, Hewitt & Co 1,133 11 

William Bnlin« 47 00 

J. U Btttgew 1,866 48 

«20,7G0 36 

Onvtrvetioit if a mornw Aaiptlal at Woe Orlaonj, Louiuana. 

To W. A. AndrewB, late agsnt. New Orleans, Lonielaoa 649 72 

B. £«Seie, lateagent. New Orieaiu, Louisiana 33,000 00 

Carried forward $33,649 73 



188 BECEIPTS AND EXFEXDITUBES. 

IBST-'Se. U1SCELLANE0U8. 



BrODght forward 33,B49 72 

S. H. HcKenn, dtsbai^ug clerk lYamry Departmeot 70 00 

Cooper, Uewin&Co «,04T *8 

The Trenton Locomotire, &c., Compau;.. 4B,D4B 97 

115,716 IT 
From wblcb deduct the following repAjmetit ; 
ByW, A. Andrews 14,251 2T 

1111,464 90 



7bi ptr SMf. for amtmgmt ezpmao, iit,,mlhe tTtc6on </ a marmt ho^vUd of Nat OrUam, La. 

To E.L»8ere, agent. Ac, No* Orleani, LonUtana 2,610 DO 

S. M. HcKeaa, di»bur^ cleric Treteury Department 272 50 

2,882 50 
From which dednct tiie following repayment : 
By W. A, Andrews 549 72 



12,332 78 



OnutmetioB cjf a moiint iajpttal ol Vktaburg, Mutuig^ 

To 0. Walker, agent, Vtcksburg, Hlfdarippl 257 &0 

H. J. Bnrrls, United States attorney, aoDtbcm district of Uiadeelppi- 100 DO 

Theodore Adams 3*4 10 

P. Q. Moore 1,060 98 

SI, 761 58 



EncHoH ^ a mannt hapUal at PaJueah, fmJucty. 

To S. H. HcEean, disbarsing clerk Treasury Department 190 40 

Thomas Williams A Co 9S6 00 

Hogan k acott 143 62 

Wilson. WatersftCo 287 16 

B«ryNolen filO 37 

J. C. Corey 600 00 

2,C76 64 
Prom which dedoot the following repayment : 
By A. Boyd 19 07 

$2,647 47 



Dnhu^ marine lu^al nit, htalitig and xatemg tht io^ilal at Paducah, E 

ToJ. C. Cor»y tt.WM OO 

Cmu/rattiait «f a mari»$ haipil^ at OtnamaH, Ohio. 

To 8. B. W, McLean, agent, Cincinnatl.Ohio 64,200 00 

8. M. McKean, disbuning clerk Treasury Department ISl 10 

Mi. 381 U 



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BBCEIPTS ASD EXPENDITUBE8. 189 

1S5T--58. MISCELLANEODS. 

To H. Shoetuaker, Mcent, Detroit, Michigan 20,139 00 

S M. McEean, disboraiDg clerk Tieaaury Depaiimaiit..... 26 00 

I0,16i 00 
From which deduct the follttwing repaTmenti 
By Cooper, Hewitt & Oo 108 70 

I'D.DftT 30 

Ttuper etni.for eonlingai a^tiua, tee.,in Iht tnctha </a marine hoipitatal Dttroii, Michigan. 

Do U. Rhoemaber, agent, Detroit, Hichigen 1,B4T 64 

S. U. IfcEean, disbursing cleik Tieaiuir Department 60 00 

SI, SOT 64 

Cbndrtidiaa i^ a nonM iaipt^d^Oiacaja, IWmaU. 

To Jacob Fiy, agent, Chicago, Illinois 94 00 

S. H. UcKean, diabuningcleiVTreasaiy DepArtmeut... .. 30 00 

J- W. Eaton 188 00 

$292 00 

Maritu h^ibd at OiJaia, Bliii«it. 

To D. Wann, agent, Galena, II linoii 11,154 00 

8. H. McKean, disbuntng clerk Treaanry Department 264 20 

Oales & Beaton, and otheiB 160 00 

Cooper, Hewitt & Co 3,620 43 

SIS, 088 63 

FoKBig and grading the grvund* qf Ou marint hoiptiai at Si. Louii, SEuouri. 
To W. A. Linn, agent, Bt. Louia, Hissouri $600 00 

Cbiulniclion <^ a marint hotpiial at Bur^nglon, Iowa. 

To Philip Harvey 7,388 71 

a. H UcEean, disburaing cleik Treaniry Department 114 TO 

John and William Hendeison .... 1,938 BG 

0,442 46 
From which deduct the following npajtaent : 
By Philip Harrey 124 00 

$9,318 46 

liapir taU. /or emtingtHt apeiua, ifC , inUu endicn i/a marint Implal at BarUnglan, Imca. 

T« Philip Harvey 248 DO 

8, H. H<£eaa, dinburKlng clerk TreiiBiiTr Department 27 71 

Galea & Eeatoo, and others 112 60 

Jrfm W. We'jber 644 00 

S96I 31 



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IS57--S8. mSCBLLANEOUB. 

Armual npnrt and offittfixkirtt for eaMom-hotat* at Porttmoutk, Kew SampMrr, and eAtrjiaett. 

To A. Schell, collector, ft>.,N8wToTk. New York 3,498 17 

Robert Burns, collector, &c.. Pawamoqnoddf, Maine 210 OO 

D. F. Leavitt, collector, fcc, Bangor, Maine IM 00 

B. H. Brigham, oolkclor, &c., Penobscot, Hatne 60 00 

M. MacdooBld, ooUector, &c . Portland, Maine 1S9 00 

John Cousin", wllector, &c , Kennebunk, Maine -... 38 SO 

John Brawlef. collector, Sc., Proque Isle, Pennsylvania 30 00 

John Hastings, collector, So., Pittsburg , Pennsylvania iH Of 

Je«8e ShaTpe, collector,&c ,Wilnilngtoa, Delaware 113 00 

John T. Mason, lolleclor, &c , Baltimore, Morjland 2!>8 SS 

J. Ramsej, collector, &c , Plymouth, North Carolina IT 46 

Williams 4 Allen 8« 61 

Blaisdeil & EmeiKn 3,327 30 

S,2I9 47 
From which deduct the following lepaymentg : 

B7Z. Clement t49 81 

EsraCarler,]r 371 20 

421 01 



$7,7)8 46 



RAialding emlom-luiuit al Portland, Mamt, mekiding aaaumtodatiam for fiut cffitt. 

To Moses Hacdon aid, collector, kc, Portland, Maine 2,769 48 

8. M. McKean, disbuning clerk Treasury Deportmont........... 94 70 

W. B. Frankhu, topographical engineers 6,024 91 

Poland ft Cummingi 12,860 06 

Libby ft Saavy 377 26 

22, 126 39 
From which deduct the following repayinent: 

B7 Cooper, Hewitt ft Co 43! 74 

$21,693 66 



nif a oMna-houtt in tiu eHif tf B Btgar, 1 



Catbm Aouw, l(e., at EUtuorth, Matm. 

To T. U. Jonca, collector, kc. Frenchman's Bay, Maine 

8. M. McERan,ilisliuriiing clerk Treasury Department ...... 



I, iit; in On tndion <f a aulont'hauM at SlUiairtA, Maim, 




RECEIPTS ABD EXPENDITUEE8. 191 

18CT-'Se. msCBLTANEOUa. 

Ckiton-hww at B^att, Mauie. 

To E. K Smart, collector, Ac, Belfast. MaiDP 871 00 

S. U- UcKeui, diabDlEiiig clerk Treoauiy Depoitment . 26 00 

t£96 00 

Fergro^ag ani fmemg groani* i^ Uu ma oalMi-hMm at B4fait, Mamt. 
To E. K. Smart, ooUector, &C., Bel&rt, Maine $t,S21 00 

nn ftr eait. for cantingBit ofoua. Ire., in Ihe tntSon if a oahm-lieMc at B^aM, Maint. 
To 8. H. H(£eao, dUbDrring clerk Treaaarj Deputment S6B TO 

fbr At aeeomaodaliai <f lit aalen-liaue, po^ d^m. am' Uniltd Stata eoarU, ParlmoufA, Nae 

Ta A. B. Hktch, diBburelDg agent, Portamouth, yev Hampshire 30,537 00 

Cooper, Heiritt 4Co 12,fiM 08 

$4fl, 191 08 



7bi]w tad, far ea^tgat erpmtet <f ta^om-heuie, tfc., at ParttnunOh, Ntu MimptAat. 

To A. B. Hatch, dUbnrabg agent, Forteroouth. New Hampahlre 4, OST 00 

8. H. UcEean, dUburslDg clerk Tteaaurf Departmeot .... 1, 158 66 

Oalea ft Seatoa, and others 1*2 GO 

J. J. Pickering 40 00 

S6,S68 3S 



PunAatt if a al*/or a euttom-Uttui at Porttn«idJi, Nne Hampahin, 

Ito a W. Kckering 8,000 00 

I^anard Cotton 3,600 00 

Jonah O. Hadloy 8,000 00 

S19,600 00 



Pw/dutaig nte awl emutmiipa <f a baUJBig at Waldoboro' , Maiiu, /or autam-hoiat, poll offitt, tee. 

Tb J. H. Kennedf, collector, &c., Waldoboro'. Maine 1,300 00 

8 M. UcKean, di^lmning clerk Treasurf Department S4 60 

CO. Kogera 27 SO 

1,392 10 
F»ra which deduct the followiog leparments : 

By Cooper, Hewitt & Co (28 18 

K. Wilson.,. *S 0* 

71 20 

«1,320 90 



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185T-'5a. MISCELLANEOUS. 

PmrJuae qf a lile and crwtt'on of a aaUm-ham endpetl i^a lA Bath, itaiae. 

To C. N. Bodfish, late collector, tc , Bath, Maine 714 74 

Joseph Berry do do 3,990 00 

OUier Mogea, diBbursinK sgent do 883 00 

8. M. McKeaa, uivbutuug clerk I'reaBoij Deputmrat 1S7 70 



Fenting anJ gradiBg thi titt qf tic euMom-hmot ^ Balh, Maini. 

To Joseph Berry, collector, &c , Bath, Maine S5, 900 00 

CbrulrMioB ^ a liaililir)g at BarHngbm, Vcmtant.for tht luammodilion <^ etutmi-kciuie, po^ o^tt, Sfv, 

To S. M McKeao, niBbaisiug elerk Treaiiuiy Department 65 00 

Wbicb deduct from tlie foIlowlDg repayment : 

By Cooper, Hewitt & Co 286 60 

ExceMof repaj-ment t200 EO 



Ctutam-hoaii, t(c , at Oloiuala, MattatJauUt. 




From wbkh deduct the fullowlilg repaymeat: 
r Cooper, Hevitt &Co ...... ...... ...... 



Tta pa cent, for amtinjtni txpaatt, t[c , mVi» ertdien rj/' a aulem-liaai at BmutaiU, Manaelaatttt. 
To 8. B. Phinney, collector, 4o., BamBtable, Misiachuwtts $399 55 

Eridiaii </ a autom-luiuit at Pnmdenet, Rhode Iitand, whie/i lAnU bt to omrinutaf, ttc, t[e. 

To O. BtadforJ, lata collector, kc , Providence, Rhode Island 9,271 IS 

J. A, Abom do do do 687 88 

John Jamee, dinbursiDg agent do...... do . 11,630 41 

8. U McKesn, diBbureing clerk Treasury Department .. S& 00 

Unas Yale, jr., A Co 1,478 97 



Oiafam-AaiiK at Briitol, Blade IiUnid. 



BECEIPTS AND EZPENDITUBES. 193 

I85T-'U. HI&CELLUIBODS. 

3bipirtad./ar«emtiiigtiUafaue§mtiumaion<if aaiMimhoimalBnMjBkodtUm^ 

To a. H. Beynolds, wtlectot, «c„ Brwtol.Bhode Idud 330 74 

8. M. lIcKean, diabnniiig cleik TrEuurj Depaitment 5S 00 

S38& 74 



TftH. A. OsbOTD, coUector, Ac., New HAren, CoDBCcUcnt. ........ 44,465 43 

Cooper, HewiUAUo 102 10 

S44,BG1 63 



na^ tod, fttr eartBigmt trpttua, ^., m the tmHoK if a aaUM-fmiae at Nee EoMn, (TiiBWrfiff 

ToH. A. Oabom, wlledor, &c., New Haven, CoDneoticDt 1,86S 00 

& H. McEeaa, ditbiudng cleik Treunij Deputeient - 375 00 

$1,181 00 



To J. T. HnilBoii, late oollectnr, Ac., Buffalo CreeV, N«w Tork 47, fi73 00 

Wuren Bryaot. collector, &c., Bulblo Creek, Ne<r Tork 13,900 00 

Cooper, Hewitt k Co 123 88 

UnM YiUo, Jr. &Co 1,472 46 

SGt,4<IS 33 



IbijMr oM. for amtrngaU apmim, tit., in tin tncHan ^ « amhm-houm at Bt^iOo, JVok Tark. 

To J.T. EndaoD, late collector, ft« , BuffiUo Creek. Hew Tork 2,217 00 

Wuren BTfiiDt, collector, &e., BhKUo Creek, New York 400 00 

8. If. HcKesa, dlabanlDg clerk TteMur; Department 487 30 

S3, 114 30 



, tf Owmtj/o, Mw Terk. 

To E. B. Talcott, lata collector, &c., Onrego, Vew York 31,S7t 00 

' ~ ' I, oollector, &c., Oiwego, New York 3,79160 

SSe, 163 60 



Ha ptr c^. for tonlingmt rtpenta, l(t., in lit tneUut <f a outoii-AoitN at OnHga, Ntie Yerh. 

To E. a Tkloott, lal« ooIlFCtor, *e , Oswego, New York 1,360 00 

0. BoblDKiD, oolleclor, &c., Oswego, New York B88 ST 

&ll.llcKeaa, dtgbnnlDg clerk TraaHurj Depaitment 436 16 

•2, 673 61 

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UB7-'B8. HISCELLABBODS. 

OnMom-htmm <K PUUbmy, Nm Tort. 

^H. B. Smith, (nllflCtOT, Jw., ChampUIn, IfewTork. 3ft, 810 00 

Cooper, Hewitt ftCo *.»" >* 

BlUidell & Emenoa -- 3,000 00 

H3,3f( U 

ToH. B. Smith, coUectiH-, Ac, Chunplalci, KewTotk 1,764 00 

S. H. HoEmu, dtabnralDg clerk Trauaiy Deputment 662 08 

Qalei & Bemtoa and othen 186 38 

St, Bit M 

For On pmtlMt 1^ a ale /er a aulo»\ouu ^Ogi&uburs, Ifmt York. 
ToD.O.jQdBon $8,000 00 

Tin ptr emi. far amiagmt tgiauti i/ Dn MMom-fatMe, tps., ^ Ogdmuburg, Aw ToHi. 

ToB-H. UoEeau, dbbunlag clerk IVeMury Department 447 S2 

8. B Qurln, United 8tat«a •ttomej, northern diitiict New Tork 60 00 

Q^ea & Seatoa and oUien - 141 B8 

Jamea, Ho[Ui» & Foater 23 90 

•664 00 

CUmt-Aoun, Ir- , of JVoearib, ^cv Jtrmf. 

ToG. B. Qwln 16,500 63 

Btonibnrj & BdU(a J,230 M 

Q. E. Jackion*0> l.»S 39 

l»,63i 93 
From which dednct the following rep«f meut : 
By Ckwper, Hewitt ft Co -., 491 OS 

^ $19,041 96 

TetpTiant. far tanlm^mt apaam, jrc., in Ih cnctun q/' a cuAm-Aohm of Ntmtrk, JfatJm^. 

ToO. H. Condlt, guperintendent 1,004 00 

S. M.UcKeon, ^bunlng clerk IVeasurjOepartmeitt... 14G 00 

B.F. Bwri»on 180 00 

$2,42B 00 

Ti^ptr emt far toaiuiffail i^aua ^ a cuilom-hBiut, l(e , at Ptrlh At^ltog, JVnv Jtrm^. 

ToSl H. HcKean, dlabniring clerk Treasury DqiartmeDt.... . .. 1,0S7 16 

0.8. Caimni, United Statei attorney. New Jerfey BO 00 

$1,087 16 

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BECEIFTd AND EZPENDrTDBES. 195 

lS6T-'68. UBCELLAHBOns. 

Fmthof qfam/erlltt wAM-AoMt at ArA Antbof, Sim Jitng. 
Td E. H. PtHenoD «,000 00 

Ibr Uf rnxommadHiam </ (Ac oiitamfiaut and pod ofiet at OnrgelovH, Dulrid tf CUunftto. 

To B.C. Ihtthflwi, collector, ha., Qaorgetown, Dfitrict of Coliinibi& 30,748 00 

fcrnnel C. Wroo 298 12 

Cwjper, Eewlttft Co 2,189 U 

$33,T8G 04 



fbtfv CO*, far Oa eamtiimait ofmaat i^ fht auUm-haue, l(e., d Omykoun, Dutict tf C^Mntu. 

ToH. C. Hatthewi, oollector, ftcQeorgetown, District of Colombia 1,G84 00 

& B. Bhekell, loperiatendent 133 00 

S. M- McKcw), dlfbnniDg cleik TrBwnry Departmeot ....... 380 16 

$2,202 1< 



fwrAaAt^ ■ riff aai cnulnicllm i{f • mifoUc tuilifiiif ■! TfUmiHgfom, i)ct«>ar(,/>r ■ milm- 

TtaS. If. HcEeaa, diitnuring derit TrewnTj Depaibneot GITS 

Wllliwa T. Porter 63B DO 

»e91 7S 

Pttrdiajc of* lilt and mctbM ^a nutvm-koiM it AhjUt, Firipma. 

ToS. T. eAw^er, ooUector, Ac, Norfolk, TliglDia 48,Tao 8ft 

B. H. HcEean, disbaniiiK clerk ItMraiy Depaitmeiit 80 00 

48,82B 8S 
From which deduct the following rspajmeDt : 
ByCooper, Hewitt »Co T58 80 

$4S,08T 80 



IbS. U. HcEeut, dlitraniDK clerk Tr«warj Department $20 00 

nvckuiiy ■ rite Mi MMtrwdiaa ^ • Middle <^ SicbiMniil, Fbxiniai J^ ' oulDm-AanM, psit 

Tb W. K. HmtImd, collector, &«., Richmond, TirgJuik 38,000 00 

R. H.HcSeui, diabnrBliig clerk TraaBory Department- 133 00 

Co(^»er, Hwritt ftCo 487 SI 

39, 120 ei 
From whtob deduct the followtog repajmeDt : 
ByCooper, Hewitt &Co 621 10 



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1867-'6e UI8CELLUTE0US. 

Outtm-lunut, l(t., ol fFhttling, nrginU. 

To A. J. PanDell. diibnralag kgeot, WhMling, Tlrgiolt 33,804 00 

Cooper, He<ftU&Co 67 33 

linos Yalo, jr. SID 77 

34,682 10 
From which deduct the foUoiriDB rep«7iiieiit : 
BjCoopei, Hewitt ftCo 8,471 70 

»31.:09 40 

Tenptranl. fir emMigtM txpmta, ltt.,ln^ tntlU* i^ » mtvm^ntt ol Wkalii't, Tm- 

To A. J. FaDDell, dlibonliie: »geat, WheeUDg, TlrginU 9,618 00 

8- H. UcEeui, diaborili^ clerk TreMury Deputmeot 128 00 

»3.87a 00 

Cw(Mn-A<mM, t/c, at PiUniuTf, Plrgii n a. 

To Timothy Riree, collector, &e , Peterabnrg, Tligink 34,141 21 

Cooper, Hewitt ftCo 1,»S6 70 

»2fi,0»7 91 

Ttnptreml.fireotMiigtntixpttua,lie.,mlhttritli<MiiftttM(tm-ke>L>tat PtlmburgiFirgU^m. 

To Timothy BItcb, collector, Ac., Petenbnrg, TimlDta 1,114 00 

S. M. Mr.Eeu, diebunliig cletk lYeMarj Depitrtmont Ifl4 59 

«!,3e8 60 

Cuttem-heiat, l[e., at JUxtnJri; Firgiiila, 

To E. S. Hongh, collector, &c., Alexnndiia, Tlrgiala 19,300 00 

temnel Caeey, nolted Stfttee IreaiDrer S4I 35 

Wiilker ft McCollnm , S31 80 

130,181 1& 

Tijiftr taa. fir enHngmt txptiua, 4re., In Iht trttHt* nfti eMl«n-*MMc utJUtiaaMa, VirgM*. 

ToE S. HooKh, collector, &c , Alsiandrla, Vtrgiotk 1,609 35 

S. H. UcKskD, diibDnlng clerk Trewury Dep«rtni«Dt . 169 41 

S.T. 0. Honell, eoperlDtendeat 180 00 

Z,S68 76 
From which dodnct the following repkyment : 
By Samuel CMey 349 SS 

$1,609 41 

PwdUM Ufa tit* fir tin tuttum-luuM at MtxmirU, VirginU. 
To Lucy J»ne Doney. .................... tlST 60 



BECEIFT8 AND EZFENDITUBBS. 197 

1U7--68. mSCELLANEOna. 

Oiltitm-lunut t CkarU^oK, BmOk ComUns. 

1^ W. F. Coloock, ocdiector, Ac., Chsrleston, Bonth CatoUna 79,600 00 

S. M HcEeau, diibaniug cteik TraaBiir; Drpoitment 9,012 SS 

Edward LeoDard 386,760 07 

Coopm, HewittiCo 8,003 30 

Bajwud, BarUott & Co 2,327 Si 

$479,694 li 
ParAnt a/a ntt iU crtefion 4 ' tftam^nat at MMU, Alaima, Is eonloin rsmni fir poit 

To lluddeaa Sandford, ootfector, Ac., Ifoblla, Alabama GO, 000 OO 

B. H. UcEeau, dkbtinlDg clerk TrewDir Department 4G9 U 

Joel Ckmeote, ■nperinl«iideat ... . 703 00 

0. T Bcgenft Co 20,000 00 

S71.171 BS 

Ciut«>i-JI«<iM, Itt., at PeiuatBU, Plmda. 

To W. H. Cba*e, raperintendent, Ac, Penncola, Florida 19,417 83 

8. U. UcK«an, dl«burring cleik Treaanry Deptuiment ...... 20 00 

George E. JacksonACo 18,000 00 

32,437 83 
From which deduct the following repSTmeat : 
BjrOooper, Hewitt ACo 804 10 

$31,633 IS 

Trmftrcttit. for aiUiiigaU titftiuu. Ire., in lit erteHtn tf a autewi'heuu at Ptn—tol; Fhr,dm. 

To W. H. (Aate, caperinteodeDt, Ad., Peonoola, Florida 2,123 78 

B. II. HcK««D, dlsbordog clerk Treuurv Department 40 00 

$2, 163 78 

Cnulniefiaa tf a nuMi-AeNw at Xha Ortiamt, LotUtUnm- 

To A. O Penn, diabnnlnK agent, New Oilesaii, Loalriana . 121,700 M 

Knapp. Wado ACo 2,907 18 

CharleaEnapp 79,340 04 

Joel Clements 482 80 

Le«Hiaid, PinherACo 83,076 flft 

S. U. HcKeao, dlabondng clerk Treaaary Department 3,810 OS 

I.. Mann, deoeaaed - 11,183 03 

Oooper, HewlttAOo .■ 69,487 « 

8366,086 29 



Oulam-kauM, ie*-t at Galouloit, Tixat. 

To Hamllloo Stoarti, collector, Ac., Oalveaton.Tezai 12,300 00 

Cooper, Hewitt A Co 7,22! 27 

0. B. Clnakey A Co TOO 30 



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ISST-'SB. HISCELLANBOUS. 

BrouKfat forward |tO,2SO ST 

From which dedact the following lepajmeate : 

^ Hunilton StDsrt 9190 00 

Cooper, Hewitt&Oo 3,678 4S 

3,H70 it 

tl<,3eo 03 

Ttnrtrttnt~firnMi^mtin>''*Utlrc-tilHlfrtttliMiif taultm-kmaeot flalwXolt, Ttxmt. 

To Hunilton Stout, collectoi, &c, Qalvestoa, Teuw 3,276 00 

6. M. HcKeui, dltbniring clerk Treuai7 Departmeat 645 00 

Oolesft Seatoo and others lit 43 

S3,Mt 43 

TtnptTttnl.faruiiliHgentvtptiuuBftlttt*tivn-lumit, poitqffiet,lre.,fr—MlU, Tcmuom. 

14 B. K. AndenoD, commlsloaer, &c , Nuhville, TenaeMee && OH 

8. H. McEeab diabuniDg cleik Treamrj Department 40 00 

$96 00 

PurdUfc^aiifc/vr t emltn-himtt, of A*atfcnUc, IVaneuu. 
ToB. J. Motrtaandothere $40,600 OO 

PwdMtt*gUutUtitiiTiciiiHHiftfirfpn>tflntiUilieBt8t.Laidt, Jttuww{,/ar nutoM-AnM, 
ind^tndtnt (rtetwr), 4^. 

To W. A. Una, collector, Aft, St. Looie, Miesonri 40,000 00 

8. H. MoEe*u, dlabor^g clerk Treasur; Ltepartment 133 50 

»40,19S 50 

ToB. H. UcKean, dlibuning clerk l^saenrj I>epartment $40 00 

Purdii* tifmtUf%itrielitntfaHiUiiig In tkt eily if LouUnlb, Ktntvcky, for a aatawt- 
tunat, patt iffl«t, Ift- 

To Hoiwia Qreta, ditbnrdng agent, LooiiTille, Eentnok; 31,600 OD 

B. M. McKean, diiburdng clerk Tresenry Department 149 OD 

$31,649 00 

PBTckuc tifutUtma trtttiiM qf ■ huUiag at Clndnnali, OUe, for » nufOM-AMMf, initftndtnt 

ToS. B. W. McLean, collector, ftc., Cincinnati, Ohio 4,Ut 43 

B. U. UcKean, dlsbnrslng clerk Treasnr; Department &0 00 

$4,603 4S 

CitalcHH-kniM, Ift. , at ToUi«, <Mo- 

To Dennis Coghlln, collector. Aft, Uiami, Ohio 1(,GS9 00 

Chunplaln SQreely 6,667 OS 

$33,116 01 

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BECEIPT8 IBD EXFEHSITUBBS. 199 

lBS7-'Se. mSCELLAMEODB. 

Ttn fcr etnt. Jir tontngtntaptMia, 4rc., {« Ikt cOTMtmclian q/'aewlsM-iouM si 3UcA>, 0U», 

To Deiuiia Coghlia, collector, ko., Ulunl, Ohio SIO DO 

B. H. HcEean, dubaiEliig oterk IVeainry Department............. 116 it 

tl,02fi 42 

lb W. D. CbunpUn M)d JmI QtmI^ ie,806 74 

Ham T«le & Co 866 S3 

J. C. Leathers 4H 61 

TtwUad Hirer wd IaLs Erie B^rcnd CompuiT G3 TO 

Jtrfmlrrine ..... . 14 06 

F. C IJ. P. Thorpo 110 00 

Honu« Coroonn, diilmiiiDf; agent, Saudiukr, Ohio ....... fl, 082 09 

O. 8 PattenoD, col lector, &c do 261 00 

Hu SMdoakj Oh light Companr 47 50 

$24,706 23 

Ihipa tatt. for eaHtingaii ofoua, lit., in lit trtttion q^ a ttubm-luum al SmduAg, Main. 

to Thomas Corcoran, diibnnlDg agent, Handnakj, Ohio 1,460 00 

S- U. UcEean, dbbuniDg clerk Treamr? Departmeat ISl 76 

11,681 76 

CUom-ihiwe, Ire., at (Xtfitmd, OUb. 

To Bobeit Farki. collector, J«^ , Gnrahoga, CHtlo 31,380 00 

Cooper, HewIttftCo 7,187 11 

»38,e47 11 



1^ fr iM. for amUagtut aptnm, tft., in Ai trteHon <f a eatam-ioam at Obttlaid, OUo. 

To BobertParki, collector, jw , Cuyaht^, Ohio 2,663 00 

8. H. McKean, dlsbm^ng clerk Traasnrj Department 276 30 

•2,828 30 

Outon-bNtM, S(t., at Chicago, SUndt. 

to B. B. CaipeateT, dbbntBliig agent, Chicago, Illln<^ 70,367 00 

Cooper, Hewitt * Co 37,839 OS 

•OS, 196 08 



Ifaijar ant./or eantagaU ofaua, tfe., in lAt tndien i/ a auUnn-ltcuM at Ohkaga, JUnmi. 

To B. B. Chtrpenter, dlibnning agent, Chicago, nilnol* 6,199 00 

B. H. HcKeu, ditbming clerk Treunry Department 1,043 60 

•6,843 60 



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300 BECEIFTS AND BXFENDITOBES. 

1857-'S8. HISCELIANEOCS. 

For (Kt oaenMBdfSM ^ tin Mirinn-tmur and pod vffiei at OuIom, JZUmi. 

To Daniel Wann. collector, &C., Oaleiia, ntiuaU 19,171 00 

Coopet, Hewitt & Co 1.036 » 

•22,207 B3 



fki ftr tal./or tonlmgmii t^^aua, t/t., it lit «rtiHea tf a tuMam-htrntal Oalemi, IBuiek. 

To Daniel Wmd, collector, Ac., QalenK, lUiitoS* 2,GU 00 

8. H. HcEean, duburdng cleik Tiemij DeputmeDt .... 018 SS 

OftiM & Eeatoa sad otheia 147 00 

$3,3G) R 



To AlwaoderC. DftTto «.M1 00 



To HiduMl Bboetnaker, collector, Jtc., Detn4t, Ukhlgan.. 63,4fiT SO 

Cooper, Heirltt&Co 3,635 60 

fi7,0»3 10 
Ptom which deduct the foUowing TepaTHient : 

Bjr Cooper, Hewitt ft Oo. 3,M< » 

•63,B0< 61 



liKpreml./oriaiitmfaUapiMm, t/t., in tit trtetiai qf a aulam*am«l DdmO, KAigan. 

To Michael Shoenuker, collector, fto., Detroit, UcbigMi 2,768 60 

8. U. McSeMt, dlibuKlug clerk TVeMotT Department &2fl TO 

t3,S»T 30 



- Omtmdim tf a taMem-hauM it MiitteulM, TucauM, tic 

To H.Schoeffler, collector, ftc., HilwaaUe, 'mBconriii 6D,0>8 00 

0. A. Jooet, deceMed 2,816 16 

»fil,BlS 16 

Tm ftr catL far coMagmi afaum, lit., intht tnclicm tf a oulomJtaaH at JKhnanHt, FiMDiuilt. 

To K. Schoeffler, collector, &c., Hilwankie, WiiconEia ],7SS 00 

S. U. UcKeui, diabtusiDg clerk Treuar; Department 4DI 00 

, 63,167 00 

For thi ace cmm adam tf &4 ttalem-hmm and f«tt cffUtOt Ihimgii*, Ami. 
To Edward Spottawmd, dkbnr^g ageot, Dnbnqae, Iowa $11,900 00 



BBCEIPTS AND £XPENDITUBE8. 201 

ISIlT.'ftS. MISCELLANEOUS. 

7iH per cml. for amliiiffail tipaita (if ai^tmhome, t/t., at Dvbugut, Tawa. 

To Mwtrd Bpottsnood, disbarabg agent, Diibuqne, towa -- i,G(IO OD 

8. H. UcKean, dkburting clerk Tfeuury Uepartment .......... 1,350 6t 

Oales & Heatou, aod othen U! 60 

SI, 093 11 

far tin «ai u lrtaa> qf wonAoiiM M QaanoOBu Satim, m Ike MMnifpi rnur, bdaa Iftw Orttaiu, 
Lomriatia. 

To A. Dietttl l ias 00 

BmHan ^ a aufom-Aouw d Sm J^vmiio to atntam nomtfar &*pait e0:i, S[t., Ctd^onaa. 
To H. 8- Latbun, diiibui^ng agoiil, Sui Fivucdsco, Colifornta tSOl SO 

r<-ffWf— t' CMpouatian la i^an and mm (f tilt raatut lavkt vAa tevtd in On Fad^ ocean, on Iht 
eoadi 1^ Oaiifenia and Mako, tnxii 28^ <^ Siplmbtr, ISGO. 

To ThoDuw Armitnnig -. ... 21 48 

ChulvHHOii la SI 

$33 80 



Rr a MoB tUm rmmu* culkr ta U loeaitd m Oe csUacCim dUtricI qT ^ Vtd, ftanda. 
To P»gB ft AllM »S,000 00 

Bgam^leautiuriietiuPnmdmlifAi VniUdgtaltHaamilabtproeund, by purdioMar oUmviiie, 
a aaloUa Uuantr at a mnuc cidUr. 

To W. H. Webb 1*3,137 It 

The N«iry Deputoient 8,888 U 

•160,000 00 

A» act oulAonnn^ tA< ptwcliatt or emutrvdiai qf fatr adddiimid rmuM cuttm. 
To Clmrle* F. SocOT ft Co 83,039 60 



Ar MI raoKM orfbrt. Id k hdU/<r tiuprtMiim t/ Ihi rwmtt on tiu takei, </ tiit InirAm ^ 60 toit 

taA, oiaiiltHa tolitprattiiiqf Ihital*^ At rtvatt eUOert "Inborn" and "Mmilon." 

To O. B. PkUenoa 1,063 61 

S. H. HcEean, dkbnnlag clerk Treasur; D«paitmeat . 1,000 00 

MenyftGiLj 8,076 DO 

P. F. Thoma* 40 00 

W. A, Freeborn ft Co 10,000 00 

Ibnhall Le0erti 3,39tt 00 



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ZUz KECEIFTfi AND ErPENDlTITSBS. 

18fl7-'68. MISCELIASE0D8. 

BfMa qf d^atilmg jnUic mtmyt by TtgiMn and mmtrt i^ fuHk moMgi. 

To K. F.Cook IM M 

Benjamin LlOfd, reMtntr, OreenTllIe, AUbamk Ill 88 

Junes W. Warren, receiver. Ttucalooea, Alabama 408 43 

Aleznnder SDodgran, receiver, Ceptre, Alabama. ..„ ........ (02 10 

Bobert D. Aden, receirer, Colnmbui. HledBdppI alS 62 

John J. Qage, reoelver, Qrenada, Hiaisgtppi S41 00 

A. R CfLFter, receiver, Angusta, Miesiuippi 19S 33 

William N VblUhnnt, receiver, Waahington, HiwiMlppi 190 00 

Qeorge Helveneton, receiver, NewmanivIIle, Florida.... J96 10 

C. B. HorriBon, receiver, Uonroe, Laniaiana 900 00 

T. J. Sargent, receiver , 60 IB 

J, B. M. CI eadon, receiver. Oreenabnrg, Lonisiana......... . 84 00 

John Poeey, recelrer. Opeloasae. Louiiiona . .... 220 00 

C. B. Uitchell, receiver. WMbington, ArkanMS _ 4M 00 

J. L Dickson, receiver, Fnyettevilie, Arkonnu . 606 00 

W. T. Sargent, receiver. Cbampagnole, Arkaiuai 1,313 60 

J. C. Tappan, receiver, Helena. Arkansaa 210 80 

W A. Be veni, receiver, BateBvlHc. Arkangaa 600 00 

M. Kose. receiver, ClarkesvUle, Arkanwa 242 00 

T, J. Bishop, receiver, Spriogfleld. Miteotui 4,*89 00 

N. B. Hotden, reoetver, Warsaw, Mlssonri 2,253 19 

Q. H. BeatUe, rrceiver, Jackion, Uiasonrl 46S 00 

J. P. Ament, receiver. Palmyra, HiHODli ...... ....... 164 60 

J. C Hutcheeon, receiver. Uilan, MisMHiri 2,196 00 

W. H. Qilloapie, receiver, Jacksin, Missinippl 13T 74 

Hanrj Fultbrlgfat. reoeiver. Bpringfleld. Hiesoari 1, 161 68 

E E Buckner. receiver. Boonville, Mieeouri 155 00 

H. WhitUaglon, receiver, Plattabnrg, Misgoori — 877 00 

Edward Ctoiner, reoeiver, Bpiingfleld, Illinois 100 00 

H J. Wilson, receiver, Ionia. Michigan 60 00 

H. A. Rood, receiver. Dnncan. Michigan 232 00 

Alberto Elli*, receiver, Stevens' Point, WIiconiiD 1,963 40 

B. H. Mooerg. receiver. Uemuha, Wiacondn 996 00 

James D. Reymert, receiver, Hudson, Wlecoodn ... 1,305 00 

Henry Plowman, receiver. Mineral Point, Wlsooniln.... 146 00 

Samuel Byan, receiver, Uenasha, Wisconsin .............. 666 Of 

lleodore Bodolf, raoeivi-r, Ia Crosse, WiiconiiQ 600 00 

L H. Sales, receiver, Charlton, Iowa 760 00 

T. A. Walker, receiver, Des Moines. Iowa 643 06 

A. H. Palmer, receiver, Conndl Blafb, Iowa 65 00 

A. Leech, receivrr, SiouiCity, Iowa 325 00 

N. B. Boyden, receiver, Eau Claire, WisconaiD — 400 00 

J. A. Allen, receiver, Kalamazoo. Michigan 30 00 

F. Hall, late receiver, Ionia, Michlgao 100 00 

B. B. Dallam, receiver, St Lords, Hitsnari 311' li 

W. Halliburton, receiver, Hilaa, Missonri 600 00 

E.H. Hastings, receiver, Montgomery, Alabama ...........^.. 73 16 

D. W. C, Tell, receiver. Fayetteville, Arkansas SOD 00 

V P. Von Antwerp, receiver. Fort Dodge, Iowa 200 00 

Samuel L. Hays, receiver, Sauk Bapids, Minneaot« 611 60 

Milton H. Abbott, receiver, Stillwater, Minnesota 2G0 00 

C. Qraham, receiver, Hudson. Minnesota . 460 00 

B. F. 'nilotson, receiver. Faribault, Hlnneeota 606 00 

J. D. Bvons, receiver, Uneapolls, Minnesota 400 00 

W. H. Wood, late receiver, Sauk Bapids, Uinneoota 100 SS 

W. Brlndle, reoeiver, Lecomplon. Kansas 1,960 00 

D. Woodson, receiver. Doniphan, Kansas 480 00 

A. B. OUmoi«, receiver. Omaha, Nebraska 420 00 

E. A. Deslonde, leoeiTer, Nebraska City, Nebraska 698 00 



Ctoried fonrwd ^ 134,617 70 



BECEIPTB AND EXFENDITUBES. 203 

18S7-'58. HiaCOLLAlTEOUB. 

Brought fomnl 31,817 TO 

From which deduct the IbUowing rep«rmeDt : 

By Bdmrd Conner SO 00 



</ ngitlen qf land (^tea and ra e n wr i t/jmtHe nurujn, l(e. 

To J. B. Nuce, recsirer, &c , Iluataville, Alabuiu 3,304 9S 

R. F. Cook, receiver, &c , Ell». Alabuna 3,033 17 

B. H. HMtJngi, receiver, &c.. HoDtgamery. ALtb&mK 1,(I1S 60 

Tbomu Welsh, late receiver, ko . Hontgomer;, Alabama !92 07 

BenjacDlD Uojd, receiver, Ac , areeavilte, Alabama.... 1, 180 9B 

A- ^lodgnn, receiver, &c., Liebsnon. Alabama I, S03 05 

8. M. Torliert, receiver, Ac , Demopolis, Alabama 1,A13 92 

J. W. Warren, reoeivBr, &c., Tuwsloosa, Alabuna 2,057 SO 

A B. Carter, receiver, Ac , Anpiita, MiBgisdpfJ 1,518 IS 

W. M. QilLwple, receiver, ftc., Jackson, Migsismppi 1,5H 67 

JohD J. Qagt, receiver, Ac., Qrenada, Ul^«»lppi 1,149 00 

B. D. HadcD, mceiver, Ac., Colamboi, UlaaiiHippi 1,642 67 

W. N. Whitehurst, reoeiver, Ac., Washiogton, Misrinippi 2,650 00 

B. W. EdmoDBOD. clerk of district court. UiBBinlppi 600 00 

A. L Woodirnrd. receiver, Ac, ntllahaaaee, PJnnda 473 00 

Heory Bond, late reoeiver. Ac , 'Hillabaaiee, Florida fiI8 34 

F. P. Ferrelrer, receiver, fte , 6t. Augustioe. Florida 1,250 00 

Oeorge He!ven«ton, receiver, Ac., Newnaniville, Florida 1,601 13 

l(adiM>a Foat, receiver. Ac., Tampa, Florida 780 71 

T. C Hint, receiver, Ac., Natchitoch**, LouWana 960 00 

J. B O. Becard, late receiver, Ac , HaCcbitocbee, LonUlvia lOU 00 

C. H. Morrison, receiver, &c , Honroe, LooUiana 2, 526 63 

J. B. UcCIeoden, receiver, Ac.. Oreeniburg, Loulriana 3,910 00 

H. W. Palfre;, receiver, Ac., New Orleans, Louisiana 1,036 00 

John Foiwy, receiver, ftc., OpelouBos. Louisiana . ...... 1,210 00 

W. A. Bevene, receiver, Ac., Batesville, Arksnlaa S,9fil 66 

P. T. Cmtchfleid, iweiver, Ac., little Rock, ArkaotM 6,680 00 

J. L. Dickson, it^iver, Ac , Fayettevilie, Arknnne 4,958 02 

W. QaisenbeiT7, late reoeiver, Ac., Fayettevilie, ArkansM 7 

If. ttMe, receiver, Ac , Glorksviile, Arkansas 3,4SD IS 

De Witt C Tell, receiver, Ac, Faystlevtile. ArkaoMW 624 41 

W. T. Sargent, receiver, Ac,, ChKmpagnole.ArkansH 6,070 16 

J. C. Tappan, receiver, Ac , Helena. ArkuiMS 1,313 06 

C. B. HitcliBll, reoeiver, Ac , Washington, ArkanMS 6,100 00 

J. F. Ament, receiver, Ac., FolmyrH, HUsonri... 1,679 77 

T. J. Bishop, reoeiver, Ac., BpringBeld, Migsonil 6,600 00 

H. Folbright, late receiver, Ac , Springfield, Hissonri - 400 00 

E. E. Bnckner, receiver, Ac., Fayette, Ulssonrl 6,173 00 

E. A. Clark, reoeiver, Ac., Jackson, Missouri 428 81 

J. M. BeatUe, Uta reoeiver. Ao., Jackson, Miasonri 10,751 00 

3. S. Doagherty. reoeiver, Ac.. St. Lonis, Hiaaouri 6,060 DO 

B B. DalJam, Ute receiver, Ac, Bt, LoaU, Hieeonri 1,013 11 

N. B. Holden, receiver, Ac., Clinton, Hinonri 4,035 DO 

J. C. Hntchcaon, receiver, Ac., Milan. Miwonrl 6,004 00 

W. Halliburton, late reoeiver, Ac., Milan. Utnonri 664 76 

JohnB. Htulon, receiver, Ac., Platteburg. HlMOurt 600 00 

H. Wblttiogton, late receiver, Ac,, PUttgbarK, Ulseonrl 1,828 18 

Theodore Sherer, receiver. Ac , Chlllicothe, Ohio... 830 (0 

i. H. E. Bprlnkle. receiver, Ac , ViQcenoeB, Indiana ... 364 12 

J. C Heberd, late receiver, Ac., Vincrnnu. Indiana 2,200 00 

James Mayes, register, Vlnoennea, hidlikna . 1,866 00 

Jobn B. Jonef, lata register, Vincen nee, Indiana 42 11 

Carrifldfonrud tllS.Sfil 60 



204 KECB1PT8 AND EXPESDITUBBS. 

IBST-'fiS. HISCBLLAKEOUB. 

Brought foTwud I19,S6Z « 

To E W. Ruter, receiver, &c., Indiitn polls, IcdiaDH 660 00 

Edwnrd Conner, receiver. &c.. Springfield, Illinnig 2,648 B9 

Daniel Qregory, Ute receiver, &c . Vui<1atla, IIUdoU 180 S9 

JobQ A. Drake, late regtater, Duavllle, IlUnoU 364 K 

AkiD EviiDB, rrgister, ViuKtidla, Illinois 187 4B 

J A Allen, receiver, &c., KalnmAzoo, Michigan 1,285 00 

Jacob BeeutD, TAceiver, &c , Detroit, Michigan. 2,210 00 

B. J Qraveiet, receiver, &c., Marquette, Hicbigaa 1,614 TO 

H- J. Wilson, receiver, fcc , lunia, Michigan 1,96G 21 

F. Hall, lato receiver, Ac., Ionia, Michigan 18T 47 

W. L. P. Little, receiver, Ac , East Baginaw, Michigan 560 00 

H. A. Rood, receiver, Ac., Duncan, Michigan . 1,007 00 

N, B Bojden, receiver. Ac , Eau Cl^re, Wisconiiln 2,866 00 

A. O Ellia, receiver. Ac , Stephens' Point. WIsconslD 6,276 19 

SaniDel R)an, receiver, Ac , Henasba, Wisconun ..... 1,399 49 

B. H. Uooer«, late receiver, Ac , Meaosha, Wisconun ...... 1,629 66 

Henr; Plowman, receiver, &c , Hiaeral Point, Wliconsio 1,B19 83 

J D. Uermert, receiver, Ac , Hudson, Wisconsin 1,646 86 

T. Botlolf, receiver, Ac., La Cross, Wiicon^ 4,465 00 

Isaac Couper, receiver, Ac , Fort Dea Moines, Iowa. 2,244 6S 

C. W Hobbs, receiver, Ac., Osa*re, Iowa 730 70 

A. Leech, receiver, Ac , Siooi City, Iowa 3,860 70 

A. H. Palmer, receiver, Ac, Council Blnffii, Iowa 6,808 81 

L U. Soles, receiver, Ac , Chariton, Iowa 1,694 00 

Thomas Sargent, receiver, Ac , Fort Dodge, Jowa ........ 4,060 00 

Ter Plank Van Antwerp, lat« receiver. Fort Dodge, Iowa 130 68 

J. D. Evans, receiver, &c , Mineapolis, Minnesota ..... 1,834 78 

H. H Abbott, receiver, Ac, Stillwater, Ulnnewta 1,060 00 

C. Graham, receiver, Ac., Red Wing. Hinnewla 4,918 18 

8. L Bays, recviver, Ac , Bank Raplda. Uinnrmita 1,614 S8 

W. H. Wood, late receiver, &>., Sauk Bapids, Minnesota 376 00 

W, Sawyer, receiver, Ac, OtUr Tall City, MinnesoU 110 00 

0. B. Clitheroll, register, Otter Tall dlj, Minnesota 260 00 

B. F. Tillutson, receiver, Ac., Fwibault, Minnesota 1,786 60 

John Whipple, receiver, Ac , Buchanan, Mianosota 1,775 TS 

E A. Deslonde, receiver, Ac., Nebraska City, Nebraska 6,879 96 

A. B. Giimore, rei%iver, Ac , Omaha, Nebraska 6,946 Tl 

C. B. Smith, receiver, Ac, Brownsville, Nebraska 3,714 83 

John C. Turk, receiver, Ac., Dacotah, Nebraska 600 00 

W. Brindle. receiver. Ac., Lecompton, Kanasa 8,441 11 

James P. Downer, receiver, Ac , Ogden, Kansas 250 00 

E Ransom, receiver, Ac, Port Scott, Kansas 870 00 

D. Woodson, receiver, Ac., Doniphan, Kansas 5,378 00 

8. Oarfield, receiver, Ac., Olrmpia, Washington Territory 5,000 Of 

B. Yulee, late receiver, Ac, Olympla, Washington Territorj 686 SO 

J. Guthrie, Jr., receiver, Ac , Oregon City, Oregon IVirrltory 5,000 00 

W. J. Martin, receiver, Ac , Winchester, Oregon Territory 0,360 00 

P. Bequette, receiver, Ac., Beolcla, Calltumia 6,760 00 

G. lindley, receiver, &c., Harysvills, California 2,941 CO 

AugusUn Olvera, receiver, Ac., Loa Angeloe, Callfbtnia..... ... 3,108 33 

P. C. Bust, late receiver, Ac., UarysvUle, Oslifbmla 266 44 



250, 141 87 
From whiob deduct the following repaymenta : 

ByG Conner, receiver. Ac., 8pr1ngHeld, Illinois , 636 00 

J. B. McClendoD, receiver, Ac., Onenstmrg, Loidriana. 263 76 

H. Q. Bale* 30 

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BECEIPTS A^D EXPENDITUBEB. iVa 

135T-'6B. UISCEXL&KEOUB. 

InadtMiI txpaua qf tin tno-of land tiffiai, 

ToR. F. Cook, Teceiver, ic, Elba, Alubama *7 OS 

JmmesW Wureu, receiTei, &c , TuBcaloon, Alabama £2 00 

AJeiander Buodgrasa. receiver. &c., Lebanon, Alabama 46 96 

S. U Tobert, receiver, &c , Demopolia, Alabama 60 00 

E U HastingB, receiver, Slc , Uontgomorj, Alabama , 6 15 

W H. GillMpie. recelTer, &c . Jackaon, Hlnlnippi ISl CO 

Joha J. Oiige, rectiver. &c , Grenada, UUaigsippi 3S 00 

A. R. (.'arter, receiver, &c., Auftiuta, Hiwtolppi 116 00 

W. N. Whitehurgt, receiver, 4c., Wasblngton. Ukedialppl ISO 00 

B. D. Haden, recEiver, kc , C'>luubu8, Mlitliisippi 41 OS 

O. Helvensten, receiver, &c., NewoaDivillo. Florida 38 00 

F. P. Ferrelrer, receiver, &c , St. AQKiutine, Florida 30 00 

A. L. Woodward, receiver, &c., Taliabaaaee, Florida 29 38 

John S. Mance, receiver, &c , Huntiville. Alabama 62 00 

C. H. Hoiriaon, receiver, Ac . Monroe, Louisiana 210 00 

J. B. Mci^lendon, receiver, &c., (ireenilmrg, Louisiana 163 00 

H. W. FaUre;, rec«lvn, &c , New Orleana, Loaigiaua 13V BO 

Ju^a Fosef, receiver, &c., Opelouaai, Loufdana.-. 20 00 

HadiBon Pi»t, receiver, &c., Tampa, FJoilda 20 00 

J. L Dickson, reo^lver, Ac. Karetteville, Arkansaa 100 00 

C. B. Hitchell, ruceiver, ftc , Washington, Arkanaaa 60 00 

W, A. BeveiiH, receiver, &c , Batesville, Aikansas 61 IT 

MoreaaBoee, receiver, &c., Cliirksville, Arkansas 13 00 

P. T. Crutchfleld, receiver, &c , Little Rock. ArkanoM 119 00 

W. T. Sargent, leceiver, &c., Cbampagnole, Arkaiuas t 25 

O. M. Seattle, recriver, ic, Jackson, HlnoDri 110 00 

J. P. Ament, receiver, &c , Palmyra, Mlwouri SO 00 

E. E. Buckner, receiver, &e , Kajette. Ui«H>uri 83 00 

J. 8. Dougherty, receiver, io., St. Lonl*. Miseourl 8,000 00 

J. C. Hnlcheaon. receiver, &c , Milan, Uloouri SB 00 

T.J Biihop, receiver, &o., Bpringfleld, Migwuri 78 17 

H. WhiltingtoD. receiver, &c , Plntubarg, Hiuourl 40 00 

Thofnaa Bherer, receiver, &c., Cbilicothe, Ohio 186 00 

H. J. WiliOD, receiver, Ac., Ionia, Michigan 466 00 

H. A. Rood, recover, &c., Duncan, Uiehlgan 131 60 

Jacob Be««on, recalver, &c., Detroit, Michigan 6S1 2T 

W. L. F. Uttle, receiver, &c , Eaat Saginaw, Michigan 409 60 

R. J OmrerAl, receiver. &c , Marquette, Michigan . 248 38 

J. A. Allen, receiver, ftc , Kalamazoo, Michigan 80 00 

John C. Heberd, Isto receiver, &'-., Vinceauea, Indiana TS4 12 

J. H. E Sprinkle, receiver, &c , Vinwtinea, Indiana 76 00 

Edward Conner, receiver, &c., Sprlngfleld, Illinois 360 00 

C. W. Kuter, receiver, &c., Indianapolis, Indiana 600 00 

L. H Sale*, reoeiver, &c., Chariton, Iowa 306 00 

A. H Palmer, receiver, &<:., CouDCil BtuSi, Iowa 613 79 

A. Leech, receiver, 4c„ Bioui Citj, Iowa 427 10 

Isaac Cooper, receiver, &c., Fort Dea Moines, Iowa , 220 00 

C W. Hobba, receiver, &c., Osage, Iowa 250 00 

Thomas Sargent, receiver, &c.. Fort Dodge, Iowa 160 00 

J. D. Beymert. reotiver, &c., Bnuson, Wlsconeln 228 61 

A. a. Ellis, receiver, &c., Stephens' Point, Wisoonsln SOS 37 

, N. B. Bofdea, receiver, &o , Biu Claire, Wisconsin 1,806 04 

B. H. Houera, In te receiver, Ac, Meoasba, Wisconsin 269 09 

Hear; Ptowman, receiver, &c., Mineral Point, Wisconiin . 46 00 

Gamoel Byao, recover, &o , Menasha, WiH»D«lD . 197 50 

Theodore Rodolf, receiver, Ia Croai, Wl^coiuln S35 00 

Wiiliua Sawyer, recsiver, tc . Otter l^U CUj. Minnewta 1,532 70 

Samoel L Hays, receiver, kc, Sauk Rapids, Minnesota . 656 00 

C. Graham, receiver, Ac . Red Wing, Minnesota 200 00 

M H. Abbot, receiver, &c., Stillwater, Minnesota 622 60 

Carried forward •11,742 05 

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206 BECEtPTS AKD KXPENDirUKES. 

leW-'Se. MI8CELHNKOD9. 

Brought forwud 11,742 OS 

To John 'Wbipple, receirer, £c., Bachaaui, Mloneaota 220 00 

B. F. nUotBOa, receiver, &c , Faribuilt, Hionetuta le> 70 

J. D. Evana, receiver, &c , HineapoUa, Minnesota TBS DO 

W, Brindle, TeceWer, Ac , Lecompton, Eaniu 1,0IT 00 

J. P. Doimer, receiver, tc , Ogden, Kkdbkb . . 9GS 00 

Daniel Woodson, teceirer, kc., Doniphan, FnniMii 800 00 

K Raniom, receiver, &c.. Fort Soott, Kaona 867 00 

A. B. eilmore, receiver, ko , Omaha, Nebraska Territor; 360 OO 

C. B. Smith, receiver, &c , Brownavllle, NebrMka Territory 1, 2'XI 00 

B. A. Deelonds, receiver, &a., Nebnuka City, Nebraska Territory 1,688 00 

John C. Turk, rsoelver, tc, Dacota. Nebraska Territory (iOOO 

Paschal Bequette, reoeiver, &c., Benicia, California S, T&O 00 

Angnstin Olvera, receiver, &c , Los Angeloi, Calibmia 114 60 

Charles Undley, receiver, Ac, Marysville, Cnlifomla 706 60 

J. Guthrie, jr., receiver, Ac., Oregon City. Or^tn 625 00 

W. J. Hartio, receiver. &o., Winchester, Oregon 600 00 

S. Oarfield, receiver, &c., Olympla. Washington Territory 950 00 

Eniaa Tulee, lal« teoeiver, ke., Olympla, Washington Territory...... 16 94 

liAaC. Turner 1,160 00 

Patrick Quidley 3,600 M 

40,156 69 
Prom which dednot Uie fwllowing repajment : 

Py Edward Conner 150 00 



To John Law, oommlssioner, Vincetmea, Indiana 



&fary of ra9Dr«ter tf land USei m Munuri. 
To Adolph Renard, reooider, Ju., Bt Lonis, Ulnourl ...... 



Salariti CBtd modtnfol erpmiat i/ eommitueiur i^pnnlM to ilUt land dorm tn Oaltfimum. 
To Hiland Hall, deceased, comntlaatoner %l,h^b 8S 

Aa to i^sbUih iwB adiOiamU Jawf dubieli m du lirrihry ^ Mimmola. 

, To W. Bnrt, depnty aurveyor. Mount Vernon, Ulchigan .... 2,143 91 

O. E Adair, deputy aurveyor, Dtica, Macomb county. Michigan. 1.406 83 

E C. Martin, deputy surveyor, SnperlorCity, WlKondn 1,709 9B 

Hlltm Nye 921 3S 

K. D. Atwater 661 36 

•6,B31 74 



ToB.M. Byra« 25 

U Burkhaid » « 

N. QnlU «6 0» 

r B. Adams 47 Tl 

D. C. Marts 15 86 



Carried forward .^^ Un U 






BECEIPTB AND BXPENDITtTBES. 

UISCELL&KEOUS. 



'. Jewall 

; Oahagnn 

f. R. Bleele ... 

t AltnuD 

'■Vogler 

I. L. Huneai .. 

r. M. BuniE 

I. S. lAn 

r. H. GroM.... 

«. But 

?- FteelovB 

i. Ilumpbnjr.. 
3. F. Beach . .. 

tUrkiB 

I. 8tMl« 



I*. H. Ongoi7 ... 

D. JohDioii 

r. P. Boghs 

3. Smith 

r. Hacker 

i. 8. Swan 

L Cnimp 

W.A. Haiper 

B. Hoirk 

S. Cbenej 

E. IVeddmr 

a. Bnine 

P. Daratne 

r. S Uodae; 

1 C. QillUm..., 

r. C Wilkes 

I. F. Haooock... 

1. D»vlarimir! 

:. Pfiater 

t. B. Smith 

>. H. Acke« 

i. C. BeailBj.... 

'. Braonan 

L D. Patleraon . 

L OMcen 

J, S. RuaU 

L. WUklQtoD.... 

i^- Snider 

r. W. FTdUr 

*. fimtth 

3. HcFuland.... 

W. Weaver 

W. radon 

N. Peckbam 

ff. J. Brran 

?■- Hanger 

W. T. Fanlk 



laz 81 
SO OC 
50 00 

100 00 
B 3S 
1< St 
AO 00 
«T 19 

5 00 
iO 00 
34 97 

eo 00 

lO 00 
60 00 
100 00 
50 00 
60 00 

48 13 
SO 00 
00 DO 

6 00 
40 00 
GO 00 
30 00 

SO oe 

> 60 00 
100 00 
60 00 
40 00 
6 00 
6 00 
U M 
100 00 

18 fiS 
6 00 

10 00 

16 29 

50 OO 

6 00 

19 6S 
160 00 

16 00 

9 71 

100 00 

20 DO 
40 00 
10 00 
10 36 
60 00 

49 81 
G DO 
6 00 

10 00 
40 00 
IS 74 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
49 93 
10 08 
100 00 
30 99 



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UISCELLANEOCS. 



IBST-'Sa. 

Brought forwMd 6,5*0 3» 

To J. N. HolMy.: 300 OO 

T. Atkinson 148 30 

J. T, Daakla 60 71 

E Cr»lg « 4B 

J. Clemmeni -.... 9 9f 

J. McCoy 60 00 

EL D.Bftker 64 2f 

C. H. Morriion 181 98 

C.O.Ewing 60 00 

H. Myers SO 00 

J. A LocM-. . 6 00 

C. UcUallioA W. P. Tfaompaoo, Wiwmidii 47 11 

8. But 60 00 

W. F. StoDo SO 00 

Amelia U. UylOT 30» 80 

JohD PerklDB 139 90 

». W. Uowmi 167 78 

AdtKiiram Hnxlett ........... 200 08 

WilllwnOUliat. BO 00 

OIULMidbjrg 104 8& 

Wtrt Di>gE«tt !60 00 

■WiUtam Fulkerion 60 00 

R, K. WllBon 36 48 

George Grover... 60 00 

JohoHagRerty : 178 SS 

EllM. Pfle ' 100 0« 

BobertK. Wilson 300 00 

Hinun AnUioay 10 00 

WUIIun H. Millet 60 00 

W. O. Curter tOO 00 

JoMph Uillct 63 00 

InacB. Weet 100 00 

ChiutUn EllpitelD 10 00 

Jsine« Hu'lge 100 00 

Aathoay Bramharg«T 200 90 

Thocnu WilliiudB 20 00 

Ellatut W. SheliloD 60 00 

H. J. Hnmniood ............. G4 40 

S*rah Uurphy 74 IS 

Louta FiL 40 OS 

C. A. 6teTei» 24 IS 

D. H, Bri.wn , , 69 86 

C.A Schiuke 60 00 

BuK Elekaea SO 00 

Jouph 6. Berdle 60 00 

JoKpbE Pliimiuer tOO 00 

Albeny WMwjn S9 M 

Jmmea Bhodci 40 91 

JbidmK. OJum 6 70 

John H. PreMbun ...... ..... 4 98 

IBMLC M. Uh^dwick 40 OT 

OilnuD H Peck 14S 74 

W. D. Moore 80 00 

Lm^ BcttolHt 181 64 

Warrea D. Meeker 100 00 

Joel Gilo to tS 

Fnuiklin ( h:urii«rliii G2 34 

NoraMD Muckley 60 00 

John B. IrttMtl* 64 14 

D«WJ a. W«.de.. 40 00 

Witltua Sumiuun .60 00 

Canlod torwid 010,870 01 

14 11 Gt.x>;lc 



SGOBIPTB AND BXPBNDITUBES. 
HISCELLANEOtJS. 



Brought forward 






































































































































































































0. IT. Bhuinon and H. D. Villiami 


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BECEIPTS AND EXFENDITUBES. 211 
I81T-'G8. MISCELLANEOUS. 

Brooght forward 15,999 11 

To Cooper Fkrr 191 12 

WtlllunS Qw.ile 60 00 

Weatley Hallibarton 62 00 

Henry CTdU ISO 00 

Aleundet Fraemui . , .... 20 00 

Wilej Cbapmati 40 00 

A. H. Dehw* 200 00 

W. L. Crowwhlte 130 00 

Hetirj- CcHuUble 60 OO 

Thomiu Hickman ............................................ 60 00 

UatildaW. Hcainnii 100 00 

Alfred B, Jndd 200 00 

laaoro Leanun ....... . . ...... 100 00 

Samnel Aldi«d 200 00 

John Nooigen ... . .. .... 160 00 

JohanegPodeniHi...... 66 00 

Johns OilmoT _ 100 00 

Nathan Elona 100 00 

JohnBrickwell 16 TO 

Jamea HcEnight 100 00 

William Slowart 1«0 00 

Franda Dickeraon SO 00 

William HohBtwit, decowed « 00 

AmstardB. Mjerg ISO 00 

John Brumabaogh... 27 84 

Lewis Main 60 00 

Edwin Sbrevell 100 00 

Jciceph Bourn 320 00 

Anton Henn .,,....... 6 00 

TlionaB McEcan ............ 60 00 

A. H. Van Noatrand 2SS 80 

Jamea P Hirreil 3 78 

William B H»;m» 10 00 

I«uc Williaan 20 00 

Henry Thayei 10 00 

Philander P Lewit 6 00 

John Viley and a. W. Wiloox 200 00 

Henry O. Wllluuns 60 00 

Ann BIreb 10 00 

Jamea K. fflrch, jr 200 00 

UoMaN. lUnih 100 00 

Bacbel D UcKentie 6 00 

Lorrfl White 211 6T 

James A. Wood 10 00 

Oscai Holden 19 90 

FhUipOtta 4 99 

Adam Varnum .... ..... . 10 DO 

JaMDlsbell 151 M 

Martin Shefor 60 00 

Hiaa Hobbe... , 60 00 

BobertC. Taylor , 60 00 

BobertC Birlow iO 00 

JohnT. pettia ■. 20 04 

Hend^r-oo Howell 60 00 

Bliey Biraen 6 00 

William H. Cnlbertwn 49 95 

Haocy McCHnton 9 08 

WilH-m Striokland 4 06 

Utriuf L. Frink 40 00 

D. C. Honiiby , 73 90 

Jamea Y. Bobaoo 10 00 

Carried forward C^fJ^S* 



212 



ISST-'BS. 



BECEIPT8 AND EXPEia)rriTBES. 



HISCELLANE0D8. 



Brooghl fonrard 20,T4S H 

To TboDuu Birch 80 00 

Hentj W. Erewton SO 04 

George W. Wllcoa G3 M 

OarlatidC. Lncas ISO 3J 

liaiah Croghead . .......... S OO 

JameeW. Feleraon 109 08 

James H. DeFnuice . ..... IS 44 

Alfred BuberU tOO 00 

James Burkett 15 48 

Jacob T. Blount 6 00 

Samnel K. TbompiOD 370 63 

William S. Murray .' K dO 

John P. Heerr 10 00 

M. N. StricklsDd IM 09 

lADglej Bryant SO II 

JohoDuhlg 200 00 

William Woodajr U DO 

Kathaniel LAngley .............. ...... 6 OO 

W. H. Boane , 9 91 

aW.Odoni 10 36 

A. J. A J. 8. WilliuDU SO 00 

W. a C Tonge H 6S 

Oiialemo Oea»Ta -. 18 6S 

John W. Ontegntth & OS 

Je«BB Wallen .' SO 00 

JohnBecd 60 OO 

William neree 57 6S 

Abel Creasey 60 00 

Sarah West ., 6 41 

Faulkner Beard 60 11 

IsaaoJ, EdtnondBon ...... . 100 00 

Henry F. Clemente 68 66 

George Nakirk, deceafeed .... ...... 200 00 

Alfred Arthur 60 00 

Andrew J. Shular 60 00 

David 8l>rini;er 7S 12 

Stephen Haddoz 6 00 

FeliiO. Bradley 107 27 

Charles B. Pulluti.. lOO 00 

OeorKe Scott 107 6G 

Eli B. Ames IS 37 

Martin Hohl 6 00 

Emily A. C. Leflan 66 20 

Xariar Boyer '. 10 00 

AuguBtOB Cubum 400 00 

James B. Trail Ill SO 

James N. HeoderaoD .. 06 M 

James Hinaela.... .......... ..... 100 00 

John Nelson 61 00 

Gilbert Graham 160 00 

John BhelVin 10 00 

George Calhonn ....... 107 65 

John F. Bayard 60 00 

Matthew B. Dill«i 60 00 

B. F. Allen 100 00 

Jamea C. CoLkling 1,000 00 

W. e. Canon 60 7B 

ISMtO Pocvy 60 00 

Auilrew NItiel 6 00 

W, U lane 160 0* 

Jacob 0. Woit. lOO 00 

Ckrried fonntrd IIB.UP 73 



KECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 213 
18fiT-'98. HISCEIXANEOnS. 

BroDght forward SS,UO 73 

To Jtibn J.Koi''»7 100 OO 

ToblM Bod Jph » Co CD 00 

B. P. Ba;ler lAd A. N. Shannon 400 00 

lAinwi.n L«verlDg iOO DO 

D»irid Lwi — . 60 00 

Bam Potl«r BO 00 

David McKenny 10 00 

HmTriHm 0. Kamej IOO 00 

John Eo\nj Ifi 00 

SlIiaRtark 40 00 

Albert H. EllawoTth 200 00 

Z»ch«ri.ih ♦. Vineel Mid wife 26 DO 

Emit]' Knob 60 00 

IkUbrd Conper 6 00 

John Bnnneiater *..... . 100 00 

B. a WelliMdJ. fiowmaii - 160 9t 

- W. O. Hnw«rd 10 00 

Stephen H Helalfc - - 10 00 

Leiru C, Beny 40 00 

Bllnbeth A. Buck 66 06 

Johoann Wriitht, JT 10 00 

Junes W.BKtea 100 00 

jMnraHli 496 00 

HiiMmCnHKh 20 00 

J..bo Doofl* ■ 20 00 

W.W.King 6 00 

Kelley Shdrion 20 00 

Joii»h A. Mwtin 200 00 

Nsthan D. A'lea 20 00 

ElinbdUl Nana 80 00 

Samnel T. Hatch 20 00 

Jamr* Philips, d«ccaaed 60 00 

Hilllaid Watera. 99 9t 

Samuel L. BiitU B 00 

John ELCoop^T 10 01 

Cbiiitopher Klebom 298 33 

J.O. Laki'nan 30 00 

Wliliaro FlonilnK 60 00 

John Grelhun, ]r... 10 00, 

John B. Beefa 60 00 

CbciatkAn Henkhoa 1S6 00 

K8. WlUianii 60 00 

HichiMl Balllmu) 20 00 

Chrittnpher Hamltbni 10 00 

J.a>*cGr«or SB 36 

Joseph Davli 30 00 

Joaeph Walto 70 00 

Fnuicia H. Winrted 100 00 

O. W. Dyer and E. Dnkart 160 St 

NeilaTolo«!a 60 00 

Jamf« H. (Inrbam 30 00 

DMiiel Herring , 70 01 

J. H. Be^rd 60 00 

T. a Chriatian 79 » 

Mary J. UcQuwia 34 9t 

Barrej Balthorpe 60 00 

Nathaniel Uatis 50 00 

Bitha BnckBtaa 97 37 

L«wla Bunn-... - - !00 00 

Jothna W. BoM - - 100 00 

IGO 00 

Oanied forward t31,2B« 60 



214 BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUEES ' 

lS6T-'68. MlfiCELLANEOUa. 

Brought forwBTd !1,18S 69 

To Eliaa B. Holmes S90 U 

George W. Aodrewg 100 00 

Hilee MoMahon 80 00 

George Obenberget *l OS 

Alouco Qregoty . .......... — ........... ..... 60 00 

DftvidYoung 60 00 

T.D.W. Toolay M 00 

Drury Wftiren..,.. 10 00 

Andraw McElvaia 40 00 

David Lilly 6 «1 

John Duxburg 100 00 

Oliver EllBworth SOO 00 

W.R. Derrick 60 00 

JobnWel»b 100 00 

W. H. WchftTdBon » 100 00 

Edward A.Tempta 100 00 

Joeepb Daniel 60 00 

Albert Webb - 138 93 

ThomaaS. Hyoea 6 00 

David F. Jameion 40 00 

Bernard H. Byma.......... . . . .. SO 04 

Coleman E. Carlisle 100 00 

John Mellor 66 67 

NicholM Hoberia 60 00 

George Merrick..... 6 00 

Philip Gratift 15 00 

AuB.lAWTeDce !1 04 

H.K.Burt it 8T 

W.Hoffennan 100 00 

Peter Hanson , 40 00 

ChriBtopher Stumpf - tOt> 00 

John Delhaner !00 00 

John Burt 46 86 

John Harcrow 66 84 

Tbomag Sullivan ISO 00 

Robert H.Wynn 40 00 

J. R. Hammaugh and A. HcTeigh, deoeaied 91 43 

C.C. Wilson 17! 83 

W.Baboock 140 00 

John Sharon 100 00 

Luey Boaten 90 00 

M.LeoQ»rd SOS M 

L.H. Sconce 900 76 

Greenberry L. Fort - 600 00 

John Tompkins - 181 58 

a P.D»rid8on 100 00 

B. C. Stapleton 9 37 

JametC. O'Brien 30 00 

Abner K. Brush 100 00 

Sgrota Hone 60 00 

James De Lane 60 00 

Biralamb 146 38 

W. D. Van Noatrand 60 00 

AmbroduB Oschevald 6 06 

John Btevenson 100 DO 

J.W. Ingeraolt 411 20 

Eonore Ayott 118 SB 

Joseph Fowler 10 00 

J.B Dehart 110 00 

W.W. Harris 19 TT 

Amoi C. Bkbcock 660 00 

Cwrled forward .^ IM.ATi SO 

.ec i>yX.TOOgre 



BECEIPT8 IHD EXPENDITURES. ZlO 
18ST-'fi8. HISCELLANEODS. 

Brought forward 39,074 90 

To A.E. Hudsa 99 6B 

Blhba P. Daniel 3fl 89 

Parker DieaKT.jr , 63* 40 

Jamea M. Harris 71 60 

DariuB Qooditch ' 1*8 6« 

JackBOD Bnumon . — .....,..,......... .. . 20 00 

Adam Dickhardt S 00 

I*wl« McAfee 118 70 

Beat? Stetabrlnk 20 00 

GilUun Flrej 60 00 

H. L. Dooinuui 89 40 

Wilhelm BaBch 40 00 

Angnrte Miesler 20 00 

HtuaS Carr 60 00 

Heni7 J Davidson 35 T6 

Walter J. Waldron 150 00 

F.HofTman 40 00 

StanulanB Daadoy 20 00 

li. D. Colgon 87 01 

A. H. Cwtorllne 100 00 

Edwin Beecher 34 19 

Michael McMuUia 160 00 

H. BoiKman 60 Ifi 

W. P. Spencer 100 00 

C. P.LBpham 60 OO 

Cortes PylB 50 00 

OeorgeE. WllllamBOD 200 00 

HeMMitT. Brock 47 t< 

Bdwln Adams Ill 55 

Thomaa Proctor 34 <S 

A» Williams 6 00 

VineentT. Hart 149 90 

W. Huamond , fiO 00 

James Boyle 30 00 

Bit Lnndy 60 00 

James Coj .. 50 00 

Hichael McCarthy 194 2T 

Albert Flint 4 9ft 

W. M. Amend 200 00 

W. Lodwlck - lEO 00 

Nathan O.Sales 60 00 

B.D. Baker 69 85 

Aboer Lewli 315 96 

W.W.Miller 60 00 

ffilaiCato 10 00 

Jowtph 8. NoBslnger tOO 00 

E. DowIinK& J. P. Davie* 48 40 

Frederick Lynch 181 45 

W.Thomas 61 19 

Q. K. Pettlt 27 68 

Lather Uorri* - 60 00 

Henman Morris 60 00 

B W. Reynolds 60 00 

John Myor 30 00 

W. H. Boberteon , .. 100 00 

William Daily 60 00 

Jamei M.Ellis .— - 8 M 

a.W.Hassett 6 00 

LJ.lAnKlale 60 00 

Oreenfteld HatofU 80 00 

SubimI Bryson 30 00 

Cwried forward 844,463 67 



216 RECEIPTS AND ESFENDtTUBEa 

18ST-'S8. UlSCEtXANBOUS. 

Brought (btirard 44,453 5>T 

To Hilee Drietow , JOO OO 

Jolin PrDkerton 70 Oft 

W.A Kirobrough 437 48 

David Macy 60 OO 

John L. Undon 60 00 

Wilhelm Indett :. 105 19 

JiioubJon«s 100 OO 

e«ni7 J. Oldacre IftO 00 

Joseph Brewer ........................ IW OO 

EaiaiK:! Beatty 100 00 

James Campbell 60 OU 

Joseph B. Oilinii 345 00 

W. H. Beawn 160 00 

James M, Raf^HQ .. 40 00 

C. U. Freeman & W. B. UuTrlsoo 186 86 

Bryant Gully SO 00 

Qeorge Dr.ke 60 00 

John Swain 100 OO 

William S*iJn 99 46 

HenryT. Noble 100 00 

Charles Kent 200 00 

N. Tbompson 200 OO 

JohnO Pfcfifcr 89 51 

II. Agoes 100 00 

Bichardson Grango _ 200 65 

Newman W Hopkins 60 90 

Noah Crabill (00 00 

Bltrell Hallford 19 14 

W. M.Bowd..in 80 05 

Joseph B Smith 143 50 

Tbomag C. Forbri fl» 00 

jMnesRiimey 60 19 

Barman Uaow IS 00 

Pbllip ^prldlerbark - 30 00 

UuseeOeddea 200 00 

JobnC. Hood 50 00 

EHhu Sims 10 06 

AWgrilPrite 50 00 

JohnB. S«nbom and others SI 00 

W. H Scott 100 «0 

Henry Q. Moiry - 50 00 

F. Q. Q Uni»t«J 839 60 

A. L. Ackernuu -. 100 OO 

O. E HuBmct 60 00 

C. Johnson 15 00 

William Perkins 60 00 

William Headriek 60 00 

A. Prow - 60 00 

James Ditmais 40 00 

Tobias Shsffur — 60 00 

T. C. McKabb 39 II 

B 0. WigRins 60 00 

Jonalhan Craig 20 00 

John H. Poe «0 00 

Thomas Greeniitreet ......... ■ — SO IM 

Stephen Mland 19 98 

David Kite, deceMed 119 89 

B.'H. Junes 10 00 

Silas PearMHi 60 00 

Charles D. Martin 60 00 

Henry Sanden 67 63 

Carried fbrwanl 850,686 46 



EECEIPT8 AND EXPEXDITDBES. 217 

IgS7-'58. HI3CELLANE0DS. 

Brought forvard CO, GS6 iS 

To JohoW. Black 19 96 

Eniidt AndeiBon 60 00 

J. W. Kntlell 60 00 

JohnC Nelsoo .6 DO 

William Cole 20 00 

Hiram D. Smith -■ 65 88 

James Beaiily 50 00 

Johns. Hayneg 60 00 

JoMpb Miller, jr 201 65 

Jefferson Helm 60 00 

Luke RnwliDgs 97 60 

Cardia Hardman 60 *S 

H. Sherman 6* 71 

Omego Ohch 100 00 

Chmtinn Ahrpnt 20 OO 

OliTerft William Itrown 100 00 

Aniel Bumps 100 00 

Waterman Tiippett 91 *7 

Commodore Parris 60 DO 

Adolph Oburh*n 10 DO 

Henry M. Rice 123 SO 

John D. Arbackle 464 U 

John Carer 10 00 

John L Perley 200 00 

Sewell Hackell 60 00 

8. Coi & J. W. McOowen 200 00 

LcwiaS Kye 60 00 

James Clark 100 00 

EdKiii SheriTood 200 00 

Q D. Temple 200 00 

Oeoi^ Knnwle* 60 00 

Lndwifj Wtiher 20 00 

J. F. Demmon 60 00 

Edward Jewell SO 00 

Sunnel Shupe 120 00 

JoehnaS. Ball 40 00 

James Cheny 107 GO 

Henry Andree . . 26 64 

W, Virtue 100 00 

Michael DuBo 20 00 

Thomas HcOhee 100 00 

JohnQ Webb CO 00 

Jorbi-n VraHlisn 60 DO 

Christian HalTOisen 100 00 

PelBT Warbnrton 200 00 

T J. KiDhaid 60 00 

D. C. White 44 90 

CjniiA. Kera 25 00 

B. J. Meade 30 00 

W. T. fiwwart 6 00 

Jamea J. Bishop S 00 

Bimeoa P. Ivbs 161 50 

H. L DoQsman 21 60 

BobntE. Wynn 450 3« 

IhomasConDor..... 100 00 

W. Huston 40 00 

Normon Denmore 50 00 

Thomas Vanwy --.... 6 00 

DsDJel Diirnan 20 00 

William JancK & James ^hlple^ 60 00 

Jamb Marker 10 00 



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218 BBCEIPT3 AND EXPEKDITUBES. 

1867-'68. HISCELLANEOnS. 

Brought forward 55,654 DS 

To JohnFsgtin !00 00 

ThoniBS Y&tes 100 00 

JeneBoTiatoD .-. 100 00 

Emina Mueller 100 00 

Cyriw Woodman 15 40 

B. H. Moore 60 00 

Dempsey Tarbrough . , ,.,. ... 15 40 

James 8. Dougherty .. .............. 61 66 

buc Lewis 399 35 

JohuB. Boyer 6 33 

HeDTf Banon S 00 

J. H. MathcE 40 00 

BaptietSt. Omcutd 481 97 

Jacob QaeoBhlit GO 00 

J. B. Peering 120 00 

G. G. Vest 60 00 

C. Wright : fi 00 

JobnB. Hoore 49 00 

Edward Base 60 00 

Baneom Shelden !00 00 

















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Surv^i/Ai public ladi, ptt ad i/ AvguH 3\, 1SS3 

ToFnndB L. Dancr, soivejOT geneial. Florida 35 71 

John Wcatcutt, late snrrejor fceoeral, 8t. Augustine, Florid* . 300 00 

W. J. HcCulloh, lurveyDT general, Ix)uii1ana I,TS8 02 

Henry M. BectOT, surveyor geDeral, Uttle Bocii, Arknims .... 1,00S 60 

John Loaghbotough, Burreyor general, Illinois and Uissonrl .. I,2S0 00 

C. B. Emerson, surveyor general, northwest of the Ohio ....... 2,000 00 

Warren Davis, surveyor general, Weat Iowa..... 3.081 00 

Curled fitrward .^ U,443 S9 



KECEIPra AND EXPENSITCBES. lily 
]SGT-'58. MISCELLANEOUS. 

BronKbt forward 9,443 23 

lb Hardin Nowliii, depa^ lOTTejOT, New Yorh dty, New Tork 3,693 30 

A.L.Henhoa.. do Weit SprlngQeld, PeaiujlTUiiB... 9TT It 

Im B. BroDKiD do Waabtngton.D.O. T16 39 

A.aD»rllng do Washington, I). C 2,130 61 

W.S. HftTTii do Tampi, Florida 120 88 

BobertrBo;d do DoDsIdwaville, LonUana 289 00 

Andrew Crawford do do 1,786 33 

Jc«pb GorliDskl do do • 4,019 61 

Hanrice Bawke do do 1,904 00 

Thomu Hunter do do -,.. 87 85 

8. C. Hepbnm .......do do 96 8S 

H H. Phelps do do 2,692 74 

T H. Weightman ....d" do 2,774 OS 

V. Salftkowriii do do 237 64 

O, 8. Walmsley do do 1,107 84 

W. H Oibom do Aleiandria, Loui»iftnft 1,667 81 

J. CtaitonTavlor do Eiton Bouge, Loot^na 676 90 

IMUCS Baker do St. Lonii, Miuouri 24 19 

John J-unptoD do St. Lonii, Miaaoori 330 96 

B. Flaherty do Kanna City, MisMari 16 33 

Joseph Burnap do Upper AltOD, Ullnoii 270 2G 

J. Allen Barb«r do Superior, WUconein 1,766 8T 

E L. Baker do OeneTa. WlBConiin 1, 896 41 

8 O. Calaban do Hilvaukie, Wiecon^n 210 00 

L. 8. Carey do Racine, Wtacondn 2,617 76 

CharleB Uaddin do DodgeTl1le,WUcouiin 1,176 00 

Artemua CnniB do Detroit, Michigao 4,946 63 

Alfred Millaid do Eocheater, Michigan 1,961 08 

Milton Nje do Waahlngton, Michigan 247 47 

W.J. Anderaon do ...Dubnque, Iowa 4,050 11 

E.J. Bentiej do do 2,399 %f 

3.0. Bnmioa.. do do 4,361 68 

C. Carpenter do Port Dodge, Iowa 164 28 

Bn. N DarlUiK do Dnlinqoe, Iowa 3,616 34 

H. a Fellows do do 341 69 

J. K. K. Kfgbee do do 86 00 

J.A. Uogtoo do do l,5-'8 97 

D. ftUngton do do 1,117 74 

J. UcBrida do do 3,159 02 

J. M. Mjeni do do 1,783 78 

W.J. Neely do do 2,351 00 

D.S. Norton do do 1,630 64 

JobnBjan do do 3,317 19 

H N.Boberta do do 176 OO 

J. Biordaa..... do do 1,116 20 

A. C. StDDti do do..... 2,606 78 

JohD Snook do do 699 93 

W. B. Terby do do 600 68 

E. D. Atwater do St. Paul's, MinneaoU 1,717 94 

B F. Abbott do Hontlcello, Minneaota 622 96 

O. E. Brent do St. Paul'a, Minnesota 160 SO 

W. F. Datfy do do 636 86 

J. B. King do do - 359 12 

W.McMahontJ.Ball.do do 2,778 22 

abaTaylor do do 2,280 89 

Okw ■niylor do do 2,633 83 

8ila« Barnard do Mioneapolix, UlnnMota 1,904 38 

B. D. lADcaat«r do Sauk Baplds, Minnesota 326 64 

H. P. Tanclere do Long Pralria, Minneaota 312 68 

Peter Lammund, diibardng clerk Interior Depaitment.... ....... 4,600 00 

& M. Pnttwm, deoeaaed 602 48 

»ID2,940 64 



220 EECfEIPTS AND EXI^NDITUBES. 

18S7-'58. HISCELLAHEOaa. 

StiUTveg, SfC, i^lh» public lanii ia Stofn vhm Ai fgiea tf Oa mron/on gaurid lunt Ash or liaS 

To Peter I^mmond, disburaiiig clerk, loteiiai Dep«rtinent S1,30D 98 

Survq/mg Uujnblie landt andprinalt land daimt m O^omia, lit. 

To John C. Hkji, Ute BurTeyor general of Califoratk ......... 6,330 50 

A. H. Janes deputj aurTG^oi, dty of New York .... .... 35, 1 57 81 

H. U C.Brown do WuhiDglon.D.d B,609 80 

H. 6. W'H«hbnni......do do 11,606 73 

R W Nonis do do 679 » 

NlcholoB Graj do Ban PisndKO, CBlifomla 340 flS 

Jitniea L. TniBk do do 656 10 

Wtlliaoi Denoa do do 15,2J0 69 

ThoniMS, btevem do do 2.16S 40 

A W. Von(>cbmldt..do do 10,6*0 (0 

C. C. lYary *> do 6,073 83 

jMper 9. WhlUng do do 3,«6 63 

A P. Greene do do 1,»!8 45 

John I^CroH do do 998 00 

Johns. Murray do do 357 65 

Henrj Hancock do do I, *73 00 

J. a. McDonald do do 844 70 

B B. Haja,dec'd, late.do do 1,608 18 

S109, 14B 56 
m Jnifi in Kantai and NAntka 

ToE. H. HMtiDgs, deputy inrref or, FittobarfC. PeDnKylvaiilJi 48> 09 

WlUfamWeer do Wanhington. D. C !77 43 

J. B. Haddock do do 1,201 60 

r, F. Hopklne do do 1,101 50 

W. P. Kaln. do do 864 86 

JameaF. Batra do BoonaboTo', Atkaiuu... 1,710 U 

Jame* Hltchell, jr do do 1,140 31 

T. W. Wheatley do Werton, HiMOori 2,014 A3 

J. P. Jonea do Waaton, MiMouri 2,179 38 

H. McMannni do Kaana Clty.Miwonri 3,737 12 

E O. Flaherty... do do 1,336 29 

Frederick Hawn do do 6,394 98 

O. A. Dunn do do 3,051 4T 

Jacob R. StMT do do 1,706 18 

C. L. Bulge do do 1,738 74 

W. J, uabom do do 2,0BK 87 

BMUuelBtover do do 1,924 20 

UCuOmitn & J. A. Qoodlet, deputy aiiTTeyon, EaonaCity, Mltaoari.. 1,861 OS 

L. J. Berry, deputy turveyor do 1,381 67 

B. H. Calhoun & B Bottwick, depnCy mrTeyOTB ...do 14 18 

a H. Colly, deputy (urveyor do 1,727 86 

J. A. But«he«oa, deputy sarTeyor... di> 1,710 M 

8. H Calb'-on & C. W. Qeddea, deputy aurveyorg do 34 8X 

O. W. Poster, deputy rorreyor. Liberty, HlHonrt 3,304 U 

A J. Crane A Jamea Doniphan, deputy aurveynn, Weiton, Hisaouit. SO M 

Joim L. Street, deputy lurreyor, Weatport, Hi«K>Dri . 3,438 98 

A. 8. Johnson do do 1,7S« 31 

Robert R. Hnloy do do 1 709 89 

AOliphnnt do Stehmood, Miawiul t.OtS B4 

H &J. H. Bvbertooa..do Jatmi, Miaiouri 1,871 16 

Curled forward .^ $S«.GS1 4C 






BECEIFTS USD EXFENDITDBES. 



18i7-S8. 




S6,S3l M 

1,366 9S 

1,708 01 

28 54 


ToC. S. Frim depot; sa 

William H. Bell do.. 

IraH Smith do.. 


rveyor, Jaton.Miasouri 

Pleasant Hill, MiMouri 

, Or^on, HiwonrI 












Joseph LfdIlB do.. 

J. P Cathcart do.. 


Sprlngfltld, Dlinots 

... I^porte county, Indiana . . 


6,621 »S 
1,973 00 








J. D. Pennyb«ker....do-. 


do 


490 00 


0. M. TTMbid do.. 

AtthnrM All.^n do.. 

liaKiC. Ktnck do.. 

Waters W. Herbert.. .do.. 
N. DulTrndorr and S. Sbepht 
J L Bradford ..deputy Bur 

W. Q. Card do.. 

John Lampton do.. 

K. Emmet, late do.. 


do 

, do 

, do 


3, 694 64 
1,906 16 
3,621 89 
1,635 61 
1,995 93 


do 


13 30 

3 41 

319 08 








Jamm Withrow do.. 

W A.Godwin do.. 

W.B. Caldwell do.. 

Henry J. Adanu do.. 

E.L. Berthond do.. 

Cheater Cubnrn do.. 

J. W. Garrett do.. 


do 

do 

do 

Wyandott. KaiuMS 

do 


3,794 41 
1,847 3T 
3, 139 81 
IB 02 
IB 2t 
4, 183 17 
!,0K9 81 








James 0. White do.. 




3,018 95 


A. Philo Drake do.. 

J. U. Bradford do.. 

J. HUpper do.. 

B.D.HSll't^"I."JIdo!; 

Charles rvdne- do.. 

R. Taylor and T. O'Mtal, d 
E. E. Wmsnn deputy sui 


do 

Omaha City, Nebianka , 

do 

do 

do 


1,166 46 
1,428 37 
1,681 SO 
1, 681 36 
1,366 93 
1, 7S5 08 
1,183 81 




1,860 66 


















$H6,31S 85 



To JobaCalhonn, survejor general of KoDBuaod DBbnwfca.. 



Samt/iKj Amdari, faraUd, and mtrUlian U»m (wr OooH mmmMm, t(t., m Ongm, an aHnuiti 
du/tma </ i50 into. 

To 8. D. Snowdon, depnty snrreyor, Salem, Orc^ 965 73 

ItarTey OorduD. deputy surveynr, tialem, Oiei^on ....... 1,161 00 

D. aod H O. 0. Uurp by, deputy survuyors, SJltm, Ortgun..... .... 1,248 00 

WUilam P. TLompaoii, deputy sutveyur, Suiein, Oregon............ 43 50 



222 RECEIPTS AND EZPENDITITBES. 

186T-'M. MISCELLANEOUB. 

SuivegiKg taitatJ^ and mb^atha Una, atima'td at 4,920 mla, in OrtgiM, laari^ lul eatt ii » g 
(12 per mile, In- 

To Dennis Hathom deput; wmTejai, Bolem, Oregon 1,296 !Z 

A. W. E^tteraon do EiiseB« Cil;, Oregon 2,338 20 

D. P. Thompson do Salem, Oiegoa 8,184 19 

H. Gordon do do 2,866 M 

B D. Snovden do do 1,218 4S 

A C. Bmitb do do 1,474 84 

D. and H. 0. C. Hiirphf, deputy garrcyon, Snlem, Oregon 4,186 3S 

Sewiill Tniai deputy surveyor, Jacltgonvlllo. Oregon 707 SI 

A. W, Araietrong do Ognankn, Illinoia 126 79 

E- T. T. BTilier 189 96 



Sanefing dandard, paraUd, and miridian InM di WaAinglan TlrritDty, an aOmattd iubmct <^ SOO 

To Edward Qibton deputy mrreyoi, OlympU, Wedi. Ter..... 121 30 

T.F. Berry and W.H. Carlton, deputy Mrvejon... do - 720 16 

Juho Trutch deputy aurrejor do 220 00 



, almaUd ai 4,920 iinl», m ITaiUwftM TtrnWrg, atarOt 
fM tiacdaq tl2^tr mifi, t(t- 

To W. Strong (od L. Van Vleet, deputy anrvoyore, Cathlamet, Wanh.Ter. 2,422 (7 

D F. Boyle* deputy RurTeror,01ympia, Wasfa.Ter 1,046 72 

W.H. Carlton do do 242 45 

W. B. D. Newman do do 8SB 89 

Henry N. Btearne dc do 1,876 97 

A. U. Poe do do 118 00 

Edward Oibwin do do 684 76 

T F.Berryaod W.H. Carlton, deputyHurreyorfl.. do 3,449 70 

Jared L. Hard deputy surveyor do..... ..... 67 00 

J. W. BmlthandT. F. Beny, deputy surveyors... do 243 44 

T. F.Berry .....depaty anrreyoT do.. 137 75 

$9,534 34 

Oamttbig dtlaeSid and trrantoai jumyt in jlriauot, tfc. 

To C. lABgtMB, deputy inrveyor. Little Bock, Ark t42T 63 

BtntBod and ecmdion qf old, amnaxu, and d^mtivi tarttyi m ArbmtBt, 

ToClADgtree depn^ (Orreyor, Little Book, Ark - 483 « 

Allen Uartin do do 1,020 71 

Granville McPhereon do do 814 19 

Jamea A. Hartlo do iJo 1.882 78 



CnnpItfBV U< nimyt q/' tornit and vUlagm n . 
To John LonghboTODgh, nirveyot gonenl, St. Lonls, M«.. 



BECEIPTB AND EXPEKDITUSES. 223 

185T-'A8. HISCELLANEOUB. 

< fafJi ny irnMWiiii* omf i^tUxBt laui tif puHic andprivali iurvq/or4 m lOixeu and Mmowi, S/c 

To BenjamiD Sleinirt, depat; sarvejor, CbllUcothe, Ho 34 U 

David R. U»rUn, deputy BOtveyor, Cblllicothe. Mo 68 07 

Joseph Bonut, deputj lotveyor, Dpper Alton, llUnoiB ..... 190 99 



Aotayiry in ZenutDui at mtgmeittd rala; aeU Mardt 3, 1851 and 1B65. 

To A. L Uerahon .depnt; SQiveyor, West Springfield, Penn . . 1,199 76 

UsQTice BLiwke do DonaldMUville, Lft 686 66 

Thomaa HuntcT ....do do 1,081 95 

P. O. Conut; do do M5 10 

Ko*li H. Phelpa do D«rkee, Mlchigui I.ISI B3 

t*,445 40 



EtamauKf and eo:rtclaig tmfoftH and d^ativc lurveyi n (A* rwrfAsm fiwU <f fAt loaxt paiintHta if 



o E. D. Atmter depnty mrreyor, Detndt, Mich 1,167 34 

Amed Hlllord do do 344 00 

Q. K. Adair do DUcs, Mich 731 44 

Walter Warner ..do do 1,476 71 

O. H. Cannon do WwhlDgton, Mloli 867 13 

Harrey Helten do Romeo, lUcli 993 29 

A. P. Brewer do do 1,66S fiO 

Joriah EnarraT do Jacktoo. Mich 781 16 

JofanL. Mitchftll do do 278 96 

a Whalpley .. rarreror Honroe conntj, Ulch 1,113 09 

19,369 SI 



To O. E AdiUr . deputy Burreror, Utica, Hich 

HiltMi Nye do Detroit, Uich.... 

F. Colmao do Bocbest«r, Ulch.. 



ft i^i wrt y wnqu m lb MrAvnparHmt <f TstBa, J 

uol fty low- 
To Johnflon Pieiaoo, deputy laTreyor, Burllngtoa, Iowa. . 



Argquy Ik iKccuarji bam, ntridian, tbmdard, fanUil, taumMp, mi hcUm Unm in Nat Maka, 

To Robert P, Kelley deputy snnreyor, Philadelphia, Pena 6,937 50 

J. W. OfwretKio do Banta F6, New Uez 11,114 26 

A. P. Wllhar do do 194 77 

BteTCDinn Archer do........ do....... 100 00 

Reuben E. aementa .. ....do .........do........ 3,884 8S 

S22,S41 SB 



Dy Google 



224 RECEIPTS AND EZFEKDITnBES. 

1857-'58. MISCELLANEOUS. 

Survtgiof tAt boM, priHcgxit nuridum, eomttian </ paralUt, taimMf, and tttHan iiiwa m tU Ibn- 
lory </ Ulah, at augmaii/d rata. 

ToD, H. Burr, surveyor general, Dtah Territory $17,847 78 

£Cwrwy and eom^tanqf old and tmneom lurv^ 







JoLo We Icott, lata do 8t Augustine, FU 

Francia Dancj do Florida 

Henry M. Kector do Louisiana 

C. P. Emerwa do northwest of the Ohio. . 


1, 560 00 
85 70 

!U !8 
2, 3TG DO 

250 00 




19, 074 OS 


Bw«^ and p,arii^t>ubomdan,Ii«,Ul>im»tMiUdSl»lttimd Make; 










St B« 








•2, 174 61 



Afrmtiy tnapt, vinct, laiiimt, and natural hiMory tftla tantg t^lit hoBHliiry bAMcn Vmtid Stala 

To Pet«r Dimntond, dtsbaniog clerk Interior Depwtment 10,000 00 

N. Mkhler 8,037 61 

W. H. Emory, aetronomer, &c...... . 60 03 



To Pet«r I^nimoiid, dItbatstoK cletk Interior Depftrtment . .. S,000 00 

Which deduct from the following repayment ; 

BjN. Wichler 9,087 61 

Exoen of repayment... . $7,037 61 



Etceiavgantnt </Uaniing vHhin Ott Slatt if HUneii, (Spir coil, fund.) 
To Iho State (rfminoU %U,m 60 



RECEIPTS AND EXFENDITUBES. 225 

ISST-'SS. HISCELUNEOnS. 

OammimidmiU vBlim thi Slate qf Iowa, (5 per tmt. fund.) 
TotheSUteof Io««. 134,219 Si 

Seadi and Omab vHkia lit StiM </ Midigaa, (5 ptr ctnt./md.) 
TotheStateoT Mlchlgun »7,868 34 

Soait and Invn utlUn tU Slalt t^ Loumaaa, (fi jmt ant. /aid.) 
To the Btete of LoqIubiu $10,871 30 

Saadi and amali withia Vu SlaU i^ Mitmari, (3 ptr eait fund.) 
TotheStateof Miwouri 179,030 09 

Baadi and amtafa m&m IJtl Slate i^ JfiwJwtjpi, {3 per cent, fund.) 
TotbeStalaaf lOedKlppi »5,9BT OS 

Two pa caU. tftheMl prvxidi ^ limit told ig On IMtd Saltt rtlinpUitd to Ot SlaU <!f Ktanffi. 
TotheBtateofMwtfawppl M,178 OS 

Bcmdt and eanal* wShin Ou Slate qf Alabama, on aecount i^ tie fund from Oie ndproceedt qf lit Mit 

^pubHc landt. 
To the Btele of Alktuu 131,038 44 

T^perttnL ^ net prMtah <^ landt told tni/lin Ok OmUd SU^ rdinqaielud to Uie Slalt qf Alaiama. 
To the State of Ahtbftmft $21,2>2 30 

Seadi and aaudt wiMn^lie Slalt </AThauiit,m aainmt of Ihe 5 per cent, fund from Ihtndproctidi 

t/dit talet qfpublx tande. 

To the Bute of Arh*naas $18,700 79 

AlUraUm and r^airt tjf Oie PrrtideM't haute. 
To John B. Blalie, CommlBdoDer of Pabllir Buildings C11,000 00 

BifintitUng lAt Praidenl't lioutt, aX i/ Marti 3, IBST. 
To John B. BUke, CommlMtoneT of Public Butldlnga S3,41S SB 

le mtUt lit CbnmilUt an tie library to eontrait viti Mr. Healy fvr a ttritt qf portratli of lit Pmi- 
rfnb qf tie EMol SbUm/ar lie Biaaitive moiuun, or, in lit direction <^ lit etmnaUei, to wtcAom 
imi i^Sluartt parlraiU of lit Prendenli ta thaU be/tr tail. 

ToM. Nonne, agent of the Joint Library Coromitteo 11,800 00 



220 RECeiPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

lUT-'fiS. WSCELLANEOUS. 

Tb JohnB. Blake, Commlnioner of Public Bnildiiigi $600 00 

OHNpouoltni t^ OMUtont doorlcaptr (/ tit Pnmdaiti hati. 
To John B. Blake, Commladoner of Pnbllc Buildingi M38 00 

Oiimpaua&M if iwn a^ vatdamn in tit PfMUmCi luKti. 
To John B. BIkke, CommlMioBGi of Public Buildingi 11,100 00 

Arf/«r At fVoHbifi AOHU 
To JolmB. Blake, Conuninloiier of Pabllc Building* tl, BOO 00 

^rnaet laiptr ol tit FraUme* hmm. 
To John B. Bbike, CommMoner of Pabllc Bdldiogt S3I!S 00 

Emtion efUabla and eontenalory at lit Fraidtati hunt to npiaet Oatt lAaat to bt (oiai Aim ta 
vtait non/ar Uu aUntion rf tin TVtonny fMoiding, 

To John B. Blake, ComnuMlcneT of Public Bnildingi CSO.OOO 00 

Purdtnt </ baeb for Wmry al tit EnmHvi mantiim. 
To J. Bachuian Henrr MSI SO 

Amual T^atr* ^Oit O^M, tfe. 
To John B. Blake, CotaminioDST of Public Buildinga t6, 000 00 

ForfttTtiuiing and omamm^g (it Ospilol Kith wch twrt* i/ artta may bt oritnd and ^frmed 6jf 
t)it Oammiati on lit Ltbriry, to btptettd in alitr wing qfOlt Exlmman wAoi nadfjbr titir nap- 
Han; Mmltd AugnM 18, ISfiS. 

To H.Monne, BBcut of Jolut Library Committw. . -.- $1,600 00 

Faiiilaig and r^Nun vuiJi tit Oapilal, nan JvrKoett imda- Sautt AanAtF, tft. 
To John B. Blake, C^nuuiulonei of Pabllc BuUdioga.. ........... tfiOO 00 

Rtpttir Iff toaltr f^m at tit Oapilal. 
To John B. Blake, Commimionei of Public Buildln^a...... $500 00 

Omqwintion i^ mtutngiTt ailtndatit in part on On main famaci, QgiHel. 
To John B. Blake, CoramiMionei of Pabllc Baitdingg $410 00 



BECEIPT8 AKD EXFENDITnRES. 227 

185T-'G8. IIIBCELLANEODB. 

CkMpaa^im la l^atr for dtrniug rrtawb, iivto- claMb, !(«., OafHal. 
To Jobs B. Blake, Commudoner of Public BnlldiiigB (13B 00 

CbMpauoltM ^ iBMto* job bqaer, ClyiteL 
To John B. Blake, Conunladoaer of Pablic BuildingE S876 00 

CbnfMMotioii q^ too loaltAiKn la prmervt tt4 pMic grcmdt ^eul llu OfUal. 
To John B Blake, Commlsikiiier of Public Bolldingi ll.SOO OD 

To John R Blake, CommtMbnerof Pablic Baildiugs 1600 00 



L^6»g &e O^itol, PraidM'i haute, and lit fuUic gmiatdi ammd (Am, and aramd lAi ataOttt 
tfficm and Pamtgieama OBavM. 

ToJ<din B. Blake, Commlaionei of Pablic BulldiogB 133,000 00 



EnOiott qf llu vol mKg if tlu PdiaL Cfffia bidlSng and amfUiitig Uu drani /or taid bvUdkg tmd 
lAc Fan O^ haUby. 

Tn JohnB. Blak«, Commlsiioner of Public Bnlldiaga $i9,OI}0 00 



OmpkHig a* tad wing (f Ha Polarf 0§t» hnZAv- 

To Ignalina Hadd, late CommlwiaiieT of Public Building! STTS 08 

John B. Blake, Commlauoner ot Public BoUdingR 416 93 

1,19! 40 
Fram which deduct tb« following repaymeDt ; 

Br Igoatina Hodd 1,192 40 



Otttun of Ok mrfhfrviil if Ot Patai 0^ ImSidu^. 
Tb JohnB. Blake, Commisiloner of Public BnUdinga 1 150, 000 00 

Flean^ ISt bataatnt room i»ihtM portian of Ou Palmi Ogiet baOdinj la make Ukcn fi far (uimm 
parpom, tft. 

To J. Holt, Commlaaianer of Pktenla 12,000 00 

SqiOBU^ At talom oftiitaeM leinff tf IM Fata* Offiet far tlit ree^tioit tf woddt, and for fining tp 
endfuriut/uHg Uu noat intt ndlailt oowt. 

To J. Holt, ComminioneT of Fatoota $10,000 00 



228 BECEIPTS Aim EXPElfDITUKES. 

Ie67-'fi8. MIBCELLANBOra. 

Ouuel r^imntfAt Fatmt Offit» huiUmg. 

To J. Hdt, CotDmiadoner of r»tento.......... J, 100 84 

Peter Liuomoiid, diabutsing clerk Interior DepMtment ....... 3,000 00 

6,I0« 84 
From which deduct the folloiring rep>7]neiits : 

By J. Holt j,000 M 

Peter lAmmond ... tOO 84 

2,J0O 84 

S3, 000 00 

aOidian <^ agriailhiTai OalMa, aud pnxvrmg and dttliiltulmg atHHg* ani tail. 
To J, Holt, CommlBBloner of PBtenta S60,000 00 

Dramngi U muitralt Iht npcirt qf tlu Ooamimtmtr ^ FataOi fir lit fiar 18ST. 

To Chmrlea Haaoii, late CommlHioner of Patenta........... 4,000 M 

J. Holt, Comml^oiier of Falenta .......... . S,000 00 

*6,l>00 00 



Far mgraimg Sl,filO tppiti ^ Ou Mtehantai pari qflht PttbM Offlet Btpcrtfiir 1B5T. 
To Williim Collom U86 00 



71 ouBb th* OmmMantr y PataOt Ui aOtd and nport information in rd^ion lo lit teMUMftim </ 
caOon n Ike leveral oxmtria i^UtteorU. 

To Chuleg Umod, Iste ConunlgrioneT of Patenta 2,000 00 

J. Holt, Conmladotiei of FatcDti l.SOO 00 

S3, 500 DO 



n y lAc coUatwnj qf At txpUring expeHtion, eairfoaatieB iff ki^tn, labero'i, and valAmen. 
To J. Holt, ConiDitsioner of Pateota $3, SOS 47 

CwttingtiU egieniafir tiu coUvUoat qftit e^loring ajmlilim. 
To 1. Holt, Commieaioner of Patenta S200 00 



CamtrvOiott and ertcHim of aiilabU cata la ncmxt lit eoUteHoa ^ lit VnHtd Slaitt ^luring mcptdi- 
tiaa, andakirt, vtfxlegy, ifC., nstn in (A« Pdftnl Qffie*. 

To Peter lAmmond, diabunlDg clerk Interior Department S16, 000 DO 

Eifem i/ lit trauma <J lit aliidiaBt ^ tit Unittd SlaUt erpbrhtg txptdilian, and permmaU or- 

rengtmaii of lit aatt. 
To Peter I^mmond, dlabaning clerk Interior Department Sl,00O 00 



BBCEIPT8 A5D EXPEMDITOEKS. 
ISSr-'H. UISCELLANinnB. 

T« C Uaaon, Ute (JomminioDer of Patonta, for saluies of 

hta office 8,000 00 

S. T. Bhngert, Acting OommlssioneT of I^lentB. for nla- 

riesof hiaoffice 8,000 00 

J. Holt, CommiKloD<9T of FKtentt, foT nlariw of hia 

office 68,408 99 

, . T8,«8 93 

C. Maaon, late ComminloneT of Patuata, fbi temporoiy 

derks 6,000 00 

8- T. Shngert, Acting Commi^oner of Pateota, fot tem- 

ponuTclerka 4,000 OD 

J. Holt, Conunlaaioner of Patenta, for temporary clerka. 36, 000 00 

44 000 00 

C. HiHon, late Commlidooer of Fatenta, for conUngent 

ezpanaaa 6,000 00 

a T. Bhugert, Acting CommMoiMr of Faunta, for oon- 

ttogcDt ezpeneea S,000 00 

3. Holt, Commiaaloiier of Patent*, for cxmtlngcat ei- 

penaaa 36,000 00 

14,000 00 

C. Haaon, late Commlaaloner of Patenta, for repaTmenta 

(orappllcatioMfoTpatenUwlthdniirD 3,000 DO 

8. T. Iftngert, Acting CommiaalODer of Patenta, fbr re- 

paymenta for ^pilcationa for patento withdrawn..-- 2,000 00 
J. Holt, CommlsBioiier of Patenta, for repaymonta tor 

applicadona for patenta withdrawn !T,600 00 

39,500 00 

$198,908 99 

/Nvdbna ifamUin lit ntigiiarltoad ^ WatUnglon, and ertctien t/ or aij/bmfor tit inwnc <if lie 

Diitriit rf (Mmtia, mi i^ tit armg mid itny. 
ToC. H. NichoU, Miperintendent SSO,000 00 

a^yort, doMy, a*d nidmd tnittmai vf lit vmrni i^ lU Didrid i^ OJmMa, md <^ tit wmg (^ 

BOTiy. 
ToC. H-Nlcliola, aaperintendGnt SZO,500 00 

AffctoM if agnadlural and iortiaJbral (nplnunfi, md /or Ou imf nemmt cf Hi froimdi qf tit 
InmM Ajjilwa, D. C. 

ToC. B. Nicbola, anperintendent 12,600 00 

Emdim^ Oit gmmdt if Of iiuam Allium, D. 0. 
ToC. H. Kichola, auperintcndent.... .......... ... .. (3,000 00 

Aibrtn and imnAiibd apmm tf (UhmMi huHMtfcr the dn^, dttoA, md Oiad. 
To the CoIamUa InsUtnte »1,T89 40 

Mattama md tuHien if di^, >&m&, or hHud jmfOi if tit Dutria if Oobndiia at the CUwiUb h- 
mtule. 

To Amos Kendall, Prondent CoIojnUa InsUtnte. 1,038 IS 

E. U. Qftllaudet, laperinteDdent.. . ...... 682 60 



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230 EECEn»T8 AND EXPESDITUBES. 

185T-'SS. lUECSLUSBOm. 

Ikg^ctt if^ikm tnaiiaUpaifri. 
ToJohnB. Blake, CommiBBlaner of Public Botldln^ 13,000 00 

Cbi^&uatioo i/uarAn, dtrk, fhjfktan, A^lam, t/t., ifAtfmUmUmt, D. C, 
To Tbomai Thomlej, wardea. .......... ....... 112,540 00 

Si^jiart <^tiitpaiitadiaty n Ok Dabict tf CUumAu. 
To ThomBB Thomley, warden ,. (4,965 00 

COmpmiation^llirmiiuplMnqfatpaiitailiary, Duhid </ Oobimtiei. 
roHomaa Thomley, warden............ .................. $750 00 

ChmpaiiOim </ fvo draukt^ert, midforftid and ai fartli* lon^ i^Ontve briigt* acna At EaUm 
Branch i^ th* PitlaiiitK. 

To John B. Blake, Comml«loner of Public Baitdiogi tl,079 SO 

Compaaatiait <f fiMT dran^a^m md a maleiaiim, lad far Jud v^ <A for Iht lanf* <f Hit Pitemac 
bridge. 

To Jobn B. Blake, CommlnlcineT of Public BuUdiugs SISl 44 

Sgmring Oi* FaUmae, navy yard, mid umr br^gm, and la r^mi to lit ChmmitiiBner tf PutHe 

BuOdingt (3,000 adaaiadla him by Uu cHy i^ WaMngUm n ISfiS. 
ToJohnB. Blake, CommiMloDer of Public Building! $11,000 00 

n> nmpUU A» bridge acron Ma P<iUmae at He Uak AJb. * 

To Baodolph Coyle, engiueeT U, 687 03 

SbMie, Quiglej & Burton S4,3S1 00 

$38,9S4 03 

Cbwi p aii^iew o^ On public gardtatr, WaAagUm d^, D. C. 
To John B. Blake, CommiidoiLer of Public Buildiogi $1,410 00 

OanfmOiont/ nctan liAortn air^iiytdonOityldiicgraiaiit amd Pntidtnttgardm, 
ToJohnB. Blake, Comm Woner of Fablio Bnildlngi $10,191 00 

Pofmai <f Udiarrt tw^iay^ m thetdHKg ntinp from At i»aUct lo and aremi Hit Opilet, Prmdat' 
3tmM, and oAtr puilie binUingi, 

ToJohnB. Blake, CommlHionei of Public Bnlldlngs $500 00 

St^portqf At p^Uc gniniaait, induding pag ^ hr lin d t mr M and atidanti. 
ToM. Nonne, agent Joint Ubrary Committee $t, HI SO 

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lS5T-'&8. UI8CELLANE0U8. 

Pnar in g aonn, Icelt. fad, repairi, purdtatoig frm md AitJh Jar haboat gardau, to be ofOldtd 
tadtr (Ac di^ebon ^ tki Cbmntte on (At Librw}l c/ Oongrtu. 

"So H. Nonne, afCBnt Joint libiwy CommlttM $1,200 00 

FSHkj uf ami dram in g gnxmii in the vidml^ of lie national gremiouie, famm oi the Bidank 
OarJai. 

To John B. BUke, CotDmlwioiieT of Public BalldiDsi |l,000 00 

EOaiiiiig tiu pnpag^ing dqmtmeU^ lit BoUmk Oardm, ani wtrtdatiag vMltr talo Oaiami/Ttm 

To John B. Blake, Comminloner of Pabllc BnildbigB t2,S0O 00 

Ar r^atring \titmg epparatu*, rtatiBg, r^^ring pauagei, pamling, nglajii^g, and txlmdmg med 
TtaM aid gnaiheiae, 

'HtJahnB. BUke, Commbdemer of Public SoUdlnga 11,000 00 

neigfiKfaimmaeimumatB<tanieaardtn, Ik- 
TDj<d>nB. BUke, Commlodoner of Public Building! 13,360 00 



t tqiun mdk ^ Oi* PrmidtaC*, Ik. 
To JohD B. Blake, Comimlnloiier of Public BulldiDg* $3,000 00 

FvUie reKrtaticM Ho. 2 «niJ Lafagtttt uptatt. 
ToJohoB. BUke, Commigdoner of Public Dalldlngs $3,000 00 

Ww /la^ahaig lamp padi and iatupt on the norli, aori, and veM lidei of LafoflMe jguort, and /or 
takxBg ig> and rdaymg Oie /oottBtaie on lie «okU eide, S[e. 

ToJobnB BImke, Commiiaioner of Public BnildingB ' $1,360 00 

Camliamtig tht MpronoMoiJ of Judiciary iqiiare, repa ir ing fmea, and ampUting Ihepartment armnd 
Iheame. 

To John B. BUke, CommlHioneT of Public BalldlngB $6,000 00 

CbitiiBanff t^ graUng imJ planting vU/ilrMt the vnin^rwad porHont i^ Cb noU. 
7b J. B. Blake, CommWonerot Poblic Building* $10, H)0 00 

Furehate qf tnanure for public groiiadi. 
ToJ. B. Blake, OomintHloneT of PaUIc Bniiatngt $1,000 00 



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232 BECEIFTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

1857-'58. MISCELLANEOUS. 

Pur^/ut </ trea and trie bout le nplaa tehn rtecatary laA ai Aom htm plaMled fiy lit Umltd 
StaSa, andrtpain cf <pmtmaitt in front if the pablic groundt. 

To JohD B. Blake, CommlnloiiCT of Public Bnlldlngi tS.DM M 

Bin tjftuiBtarU, id $12 ptr dag tadt, fir 160 dagt, far du fMk gramd*. 
To John B. Blake, CommlBdoner of Pablic Buildings $1,000 00 

Rgxiirt rf Fauuflumia immw. 
To John B. Blake, ComminioneT of Pablic BuUdiugfl $3,000 00 

B^paimig Ftnntylwaaa mtnutat (Ac inCo-Mctton mlh SeBoAhttrtd, an Oie plm jbuimat "&(pra 

To John E Blake, ComminiODeT of Public BoUdlnga $5,000 00 

Fbr mdotb^ At ^rdt at At into-aasftm q/' Fmiu^iomii manit tniA Nets Hampthirt avamt and K 
Und. 

To John B. Blake, Commbuonet ot Public Btdldlugi $1,5M 00 

CbnpMuif iht grading and grastUing of Nea Jattg matm from north D j(r«f to Stit York avaan. 
To John B. Blake, CommiBdooer of Public Buildiogs $T,000 00 

Eradaig cojf-iron lan^jiodt, and lighting (Aon mlh gat, /mm thd woton Itnrnaa qf Fvauj^aama 
oKRUe, Ikrvugh Bridgt imd H^ 0Tta; OtorgAHen. 

To John B. Blake, Commleaioner of Public Buildings $4,000 00 

QmpaiiatiiOB and eontingmi ajMnm tfAt AvxSiarg QvariM. 
To John B Blake, Com miEsioner of Public BnlldlDgB $I9,i&2 ST 

Tb duife lilt StcrAary y Q>t Inltrior to purAim BOO huriai Udi in Oa Omgrrnkmat Btmpng 
Ormmd, Ifc 

To John B. Blake, Comn^aeloDer of Public Building* $6,000 00 

Flagging /ootooy in thi Cbn^rawonal Bmyiof Ground, from (Ac tatrvnei ^ (Ac lonu to (Ac govtm- 
nunf RBiB. 

To JohaB. Bake, Comminloner of Public Buildings $!,:00 00 

Erpenta ^ poddiig and diitrit»ititg eongrtttienal jounndi and doaantnU, » pmuanet vf jitovumn 
eortlaintdinjaadTtaifakmifOingratapptattdAt'lWttfJaiaiaiy, IBST. 

To Petot LunmoDd $3,000 00 

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RECEIPTS AND EXPEKBITUBES. 233 

I857-'58. MI8CELLANEOD8. 

npai/ /vOn fmrntuiijorlht dattiel eomi-nom^ On taOtm dMnH <4 Vv^Ma, ha^on far- 
nitlud by Uu manlud i^ ibat diilrieL 

TtoJohnF. Waey «2«9 80 

&pmum ^ IMng tin ueaiA cauu*. 

To J. W. Jone« 877 33 

Peter lABunond 68 85 

996 IS 
FVnn which dadact ths following repaymenU : 

By P«ter lAmmoDd 6 7) 

Heuiy Beud 68 BS 

es 64 

S870 64 

D^frtghit apmttt ^fnaU Ofmul Ii4 UnUti Statafor landi etcupud by warmi ka^iudt, light-h«atet, 
andfarUfiariiam, at At harbor <ifSm fhmeitco, CUiArnM. 

To Demmrd Peyton 1,400 00 

P. L-Bolomon 6,200 00 

E If.Staaton 6,000 00 

S12, 600 00 

Bzuir or nnrDKT iBDmnDua. 
&tt/ rafawrfrf /or iamag a by Koure ^ vmdt and cargo in 0» harbor tf Salt 

Tol. De PidaageOr«en 2,274 61 

ClulatlBii ChriitianMni 960 00 

3,234 6t 

Anad/orthertlirf^llqjorGentratAnlmr St. Claire. 

Ta the hein of Major OeDera} Arthur St Clftire 42,600 00 

A» uAfar the rtU^ ^ ThonM S. J. Jahuat, i^Oe Itrntofy </Jf«» Mtaea. 

ToTliomuS. J. JDhiuon ISl 63 

An ad for Of nUtftjfJohn E. Borne. 

TnJohn H Home 660 50 

JMadforOltrtUtf<lfaithdrn^thtialtOiiondJoIm Ilia^. 

ToHuk HunJin * I.IIO 00 

BonD> Field and CurUi Field 1. UO 00 

The hein of Colonel John Hardin............ 3,360 00 

6, 600 OO 

AnadforthtriufoflltthantfSaavd W. Thmlat, l^ itUgdt from Ongm. 

To W. H. O, Dell, admtniitTatoT ^-^ (.016 lOt 



284 RECEIPTS AND EZPENDITUBE8. 

18S7-'68. MIBCELLANEODS. 

An ad/or lit rJiff ^f Qtprgt Chor fmmg , jr. 

To the PoEt OfBc« Dejmrtinent 29,590 »5 

An ad fir Ikt idi^ <f Jo/m RamSlai. 

To John Hamilton 369 TO 

Am ad/ar the rO^ 1/ Ri^ Dteimd. 

To Eufii» Dwinel 11,748 OJ 

An ad/or On rJtffqfJoniu P. KtUtr. 
To JonMP. Keller 750 00 

Anset/orthirtli^ctfS. W. Titnir mi Alnn A. Tarmr. 
To 8. W. 'nuner and AMn A, Turner 23,816 00 

Anadfor Iht Ttti^ ^ tht han or Ugal nprtttnlaUm <if BkSard D. Boittmd, 
dtetaitd, mdoOin^. 

ToKchardD. Bowluid, deceaeed 7,001 60 

AnadfarOuTM^i^LtHu W.BnaimO. 

To Leiri* P. Broadvrell 12,(38 04 

Anadf»atnafifDimtmR9UH»i>n. 

To Dancao BoberUoD 7M *9 

Anad/ortlttTditfi^ihcipiA. O'Brien. 

ToQeorge A. O'Brien fiU 33 

AnadJorOurdi^ilftlitomtrnmiAarttman^H^efiihatgldmittr Wmdtrtr. 

To Tbomaa Thnndm 13S N 

A» Bd/or Oit TtU^fi^ D. 0. JJidunon. 

ToD. O. DickerwjD 108 75 

An ad/or Ihe r^<^ B. J. McLmu. 

ToS. J. HclAneand R. B. Eingsbj - SOB 9S 

Anadfor At TtU^i^ J. WUtiin, adutmiMtilor t^ Mn F. ITr^, ifuMMrf. 

To John F. Wray, deceaaed — 802 10 

$130,009 17 



PuUie buOdagifor Hit lirTilary <^ Nem Mttico. 
Bj D. Meriwether $13 II 



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BBCEIPTS AND EXPEHDITUBES. 235 

1S5T-'SS. HISCELLAKEOUa 

fbr On ptatkai tjf a mk mttl tneliomif a pmiltBUary at ifat Maito. 
Bj D, Meriwother «ll 73 

n maiU i/uSKrdwyif Ok Ttrnvf to pag for the prmatMnn^aeardma Iff tUt Hrrilory </ IftiB 

Bj D. Meriwether $176 13 

PuUie buOiagt ttAt-aH^ fcvaiataU ^ Ou nrnftay <^ Ortgon. 
By Oeoiga L. Carrj »I.4« 08 

Ftr t>jittu» vf laJang At mmmu y lU Terilay qf Eanai 
Br DuM Woodwn »942 00 

Far Om a^mm qf fJ^ tUtHom if a MifaU to Oi fiban qf BgmtaUalaa <f (At IMtal SalM. 
Bj Dttlel WoodKin 1177 80 

Liglit-XBim M Dry PaM, m Zntn't Atcfc, 4^., Jfanw. 
BjW. R FTBDklhi «,91« 80 

fir a ligM*oam an yedfy't idmd, mlnmei to tit harbor qf Oalim tmd BrvektcOlt, MaiBt. 
Bf W. B Franklin $3,603 37 

Tim tmaU ly&ti sn Oitfitr at BmlmgUM, Ttrmoia. 
BfJ, D. Korta $68 78 

I^airenltpebe-pcmdtrgmt en boarJ^liahl-tniaiiiVhiefard Sound, MattatAtudU. 
BjC. H. pBMlee $19fi « 

AwM or tpinJk to nark tlu n^ ataidmg frtm Aloat Maxf, fiioile Mmd 
Br J. C. Dune $2,000 00 

Sm^ H^ at Hit mrlh md<f bUAu Mottt, Lakt Chamflain, Sao YotIi. 
Bj J. D. Eurti $62 31 

Rr Jiinmr fig bdU, to biplae^ St Soiids BM md nrog- 1 Iftek l^htlwuK, AWror*. 
Br J. C. DoBna ID 54 

£igU-hemt «■ <r mar Sli^ JbIm Aoali, Iklaftrt. 
BjW.r.EajnoldB $873 36 



236 RECEIPTS AKD ElPEITDITUSEfl. 

I8ft7-'S8. MISCELLANEOUS. 

BtaaoK light on thtpier at Part Pom, Ddaiean. 
By W. F. Bftynoldi «4« 33 

LigU-luiiaiiaCmttLidgt, inplaet<^ X^it-voMlaltliatpoial, Ddavart. 
By W. E. B»yiiolds %*16 M 

Fag •fjNali at Ddaicare BrtdnocHtr h^t-tam, XManKot. 
By W. F. Bayooldi M08 I* 

JAgktJieute an Leta Pcim, mouth qf CMIa r»v, Maryland. 
By L. SltgtekTM $I3,»T B» 

Fbr a b^it-haim on Drvm Point, aOrmct if Pabamt riwr, Miaytaid. 
By L. Bitgieavw »3,8U S« 

JViru mail lighit near WhOt H^, m platt </ Oum at yramt k^i^bg Kamtool compoKim, Lak* 
ChmrUm, Nt» rork. 

By J. D. Knrti $2,619 03 

Ar ftunyi and Uakti m (A> Onal Ou/AkJc rica; Marj/land. 
ByS-T. Sawyer $0 37 

/br a btaeon Ughl em Iht Aon opponte Ljau' OrtA Maul, Ste. , MarylaHd. 
By 8. T. Skwyer $0 iS 

Ibr^t-Art* h«|n /or bugging tit KglU Jhttom and compbtmg tht hity^ qf lAt PaUmae Hmt Jnm 
Utmautli lo tht pert ^AkxamdhOtVirpnia. 

By B, 8. Hough $13 !8 

For tuoyt and jCoibt in Iht Potanae rwr, bliMm AloMtkia and Qnrpdemt. 
By E B. Hongh 91 07 

Buaftaml1aimloUjilataiinlhtChai^alubag,at fSdun^n't and BUmiT BJt. 
By8.T. Sawyer » 89 

Far Jotiti ftgbdlt, to U plae^ at Amatnyut and Oapi BmryUgM-iouitjTirgiim. 
TBj S, T. Siwyer..., $3S1 96 



B£CEIPT8 AND EXFEHDITUBES. 237 

ISST-'SS. HIBCELLANEOUS. 

fig bdl ne^ Uu li/lil-tuim at OU PoiM OaVoit, tfc.Vitsiiaa. 
Bj P. F. Thomu SBS 36 

Ar a iraeoB I^ ol JTaylar'i Ebtt, Bafp ^am to A rietr, Virgima. 
BtRT. B^wyoT HOB T6 

Bvogt le itflattd in tuitablt platm in Xakh^xaiffo bojf, TtrgMa, 
bj 8, T. Bswfer $1 70 

form inn lnufMDkmo^tliod, tffOftBMm^, Jfo/ik CbnUna. 
B; Samnel Hdn $98 IS 

Dojf btacan or Imoj/ in S. BAna xmUt, SauA Canlma. 
fty John Boston S43 OS 

Okngmg lit praeil lighiJiovm at a^ Ratuan inla a fir* dal leaaait lighthmu, by tUwOmg, tm- 
froBoif, t(t flhiKnuialhAiau^^profmiUliimiiiaUiigaffaratm, SnfA OOrclma. 

By W. H. C. Whitfng J3 37 

fir tmpUiK/llultBobtaeoKt, or raa/i Ughti, tM South Idmd Point and yortJi idand, Gtor/dovn, 
Sottlh Canlina, in addUiaa to /urmcr t^ppropriaHimi. 

BjW. H. C. Whiting fi,319 84 

Avn hvef/i and day incou /or T^tn bar and Saoannah river, Qeergia. 
B7 J. T. aUmer tO 41 

For cMnaoi; and een^Uing 0^ iraHon tf lit fird Am Ught hoot autheriztd Mtr^ 3, 1863, to U 
flood near Jiqnier inltt, ad 1^ Avgmt IB, 1866. 

B7 W.F.IUrnolds $668 Sl» 

hmtaeepdcUglit-hoaiitobttraitdatniarAttnlraaalatlitdiaaHd^llu Mimmppi riotr. at At 
Scuiltaed Pat, M mag btjamd to btfnOiedUt, Ire , Lmniianii. 

B/ a. H. Derby $38,700 03 

Ught-tuute to mark thi chtHnd ^ au Chmid Pamlo Barilaria bay, Laatiana. 
BjW.H.8teTeiw O " 

Bacon ligU «n Otofin or brtakwaltr at MiOagim City, Jadima. 
BfW.F.Smith $1.688 <8 



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238 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDBE8. 

1S&7-'SS. HIBOELLANEODB. 

fiT a Hj^ham in Sm Ptdn bag, Q^ania, 
Bj HartmanBacbe (B,<00 94 

Ar a ueond dau lyhl-limm <d Poinl Baula, O^aniia. 
By Hartmau Bache $687 17 

Buoi/t to marl Oaataittkn leigt. Mart Iilmd, Oalfformil. 
Br Harteun Bacbe S39 40 

Light-lout at OmAcUU harbor, Oli/enaa. 
By Hartmui Bache - WB 66 

Su^fi a> nark MdOt Omaad in Saiaai bag, CW«rma. 
Bj HartmuBache 113 80 



(^ a H^-hnai al Oracml aiy, €hl^i)rniti,a/Mld Ihi Sterdary qf lit Irtatury deddi Oat 
tuA Ugk-kmrn it Momarg, tit. 

By Hartmin Bacbfl tl9 49 



Far a bncon at OmboUt harbor, ntar tht JVeriA SpH, QJ^orma. 
Bj HartmaoBache $3,480 79 



Twt tyAl-AiMiNt at Cfa}w FtaOtrf ami Ktu Dangaun, Ire., WaJmgUt TtrrHary. 
Qjr Hartmao Bache k4 33 



Fat ({frinrfi and alitr manu qf rmAring awutinm lo vneW morvurt, fr;, m tht coad tif 0» 
OtiHed Slattt, to bt txpaidtd usifer IA« ambvl i^f Iht iSorrtary y the IVMWry. 

Bj J. N. Schemoger •107 SO 



famabUiXe lAg)d-hmm Btardlo froevrr AtiiKtuitry moMrurji, lfc.,/i>r ttdirvSMog^iplan/iir 
dulineuiMiig iighU. 

^P.F.Thoma* $4,191 00 



At mooting BtUtrv and WaMngton drtd*, and rtadway 0. F. avund the nNton-AoiiM at San 
Friaat e, CnUfarmt. 

BjM-S. Latham $4,004 « 



BECEIPTS AHD EXPENDITUBEB. 239 

18ST-'58. maCELLANEOUa 

Qm^nielieit i/f an i^fraua' t den for On eoMam houK al S at Franatea, Qd^onaa. 
ByM.8.L«th»in »1,676 40 



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FOBEIQN INTEBCOUBSE. 
Salaritt 1^ wimltn 1^ Hit VmUd SKia Id Onai Sriain, ^. 

Ta D. A. BUrkveBther, lite mfaiUter to Chili : 9,600 00 

John BiglflT, miniilei to Chili 9,166 60 

John Fonrth, miniitei to llexioo 13,000 00 

ChulMEuuM, miuiitflr TMident to Teneiaela i), 600 00 

Peter D. Vroom, lue mioiiter Co PtuiiIb bQS 30 

Jowpb A. Wright, mloiater to Prniua 3,9e9 01 

F. Sebroeder, Itte mialiter to SvedsD 1,073 38 

B F. Angel, D)iDiit«r to Svedeo tnd Nonraj 611 40 

PlUit White, mioiiter rerideitt to Eousdoi 7,500 00 

Angutni Belmonc, l«t« miniiter to the Hague 280 97 

Heni7 G. Hurph7, mIoliMT reddent to the Hague 635 00 

J. A. Pedeo, Ute iiiiDln«r to BasnoiAfre* 6,376 00 

llirabeaaB. Lamar, miniitei rwidenl to Bueooi Ajrei , 4,665 31 

W. A. Tenalile, late t^niiter to Qnalomala 1,346 00 

BererlrS Ctark, mlnitCer reildeut toGoatemala S,S50 00 

B. K Meade, nUDUterlo BraiU 7,600 00 

J. W. Daoa, miniiter reddeat to BoUtift 7,500 00 

Jame* Williama, mioUter to Tarke; 1,676 00 

Henr; Bendinger, mioitcer to tbe Daai«h DomiaioBf..... 600 00 

JtmeaB. Bovlia, lau mioiUer to NewOnnad* 3,69t) 80 

J. J. Siebeli, Uce midtter to Belgium 3, 185 46 

Peter Parker, late oommUtloDer to China 3,0UU 00 

■lame* W Borden, oommlMioDer to the Sandirieh laland* 1,S76 00 

F. A. Beeleo, •eeretary of legation to ChUi.. 606 61 

Baring Brothers & Co , United Statea bankera, London 160,000 00 

D. L. Qrc^, oonuniadoner to Honolnlo 6,6!i9 00 



$256,634 13 

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240 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDEE8. 

IS&T-'Sa FOBEIGN INTEBCOUBSE. 

Sidariaoftecrdariarfligatimi^tht Shittd SlaU* le Ortat Briuin, Ire. 

To Wriker PeBrn, •ecretBry of legstion to Mexieo 1,760 00 

Charles Vf. Tromdale, leereurj of \eg».tiaapro btn. to Brazil S07 M 

W. W. Biinki, «»jret«rr(ifleig»dontoBrftril dSt 93 

F. A. Boelen, leorBlarjoflegscion toChili B64 19 

W. T. Wright, Jr., leoretaiT of lagstion pro fcm toBrvU 688 W3 

Joiiih Pierce, lata ieoreianr of legidon to BouU 686 M 

EomMn Dillon, secretary of legation to Braill 150 00 

W, B. Calhoun, lecretarj of legitioo to Parii SI8 76 

Baring Brother! dt Co , United StalM banker*, London 19,000 00 

17,025 66 
Froin whioh deduct the following repnTment : 

By 0. JanciDgi Wiio, late aecrotarj of legaliaa to Parii 10 39 

t 17, 016 46 

StOariet of a4Manl iicraaria 1^ ItgiOim at Lmdm okJ Pari*. 
To Bering Brothori & Co., United States btnken, London |3,0U0 OO 

OxiqmuatiM/or deHeal lermcti ptrftrmtd ia Ihe c^ qf llie United SlaM kgaiicn at LaiJim. 
To Baring Brothers & Co , United Slatei banken, London |l,000 00 

Fbr diffmnct irfuwn Uu talani rfcdntd hy IhtlaU ttcntary qf Ugatim t^ th» Uniid Statu at Madrid, 
vAi't aetmg ai dtargi if qfotrti in the ytan 1852, 1853, 1854, and 1866, and liu laiary ta iMck 
Ac uouU Aaiw bam mlilUd oi dmgf iagnrajer Uu scnne jKriedM, and for tta aacunt ^ m out* 
/or a chargi d'affaira. 

To Horado D. Perry, late looretary of legation Ut Madrid tir,«tB 13 

Salary ^ Om viifrpnien ta tht eenmlalti in Ctdna. 
To Baring Brotberi & Co., United States banker*, LondoB $4,500 00 

Salary to lla vtbrpTtltr and txniary ta lie munon ta (Aiaa. 

To 8. Well* Williami,*ect6t»rT of legation to China 1,151 32 

Baling Brotheia & Co , United State* baokeTs, London 6,000 00 

|6,I51 32 

IiMrtatrm viitk the Barbary Poiwn. 

To G«irge V. Brown, United States consul at Tanker ''™ « 

Moses Parienle*. late oonsul at Tangier „ ™ ?? 

Baring Brother* A Co "■S""* 

|S,S84 8i 



ContingtM aptnta nfjonig^ 

To George Hutton, late acting consul at Paris...-.— ,„ ™ m 

Bariiw Broiben & Co., United States banker*, London 10, MO 00 

Bdwd Stnbbs, toburdng clerk State Department 30.00000 

1, 035 40 



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POREIGH INTERCOURSE. 



Brought toTwaxi.. 
From vUich deduct the foUoidDg repayment: 
Bf George HiictoD, late acting eomul st Ptrii 



241 



40, 0» 40 
33 19 



Gmlingait apmia i^atl tht mimont abrnad. 

To Boben Dale Owen, minliter to Nsple* 961 SI 

Herbert Davy, Tioe MDiul to NewaaMle-Dpon-Tyna II 29 

Jotao Fonyth, mioUter t« Meiioo 1,300 DO 

P. Sebroeder, late mwiiter to Sweden 106 69 

W, Tnudale, muu«C«r (o Brwil 482 89 

C. W. Tnnidale, (Mretaryof l««atioa^n>iait. to Brad! 8] 41 

W. T. Wright, leoretarr ofleguioDprofon. to BruII 23 29 

Philo White, muiUter reiideot to Bouador ...... . ...... ...... 766 20 

D. Ij Gregg, eomini*«ODer to HDaoialu . 338 11 

8. WelU Williuui, aeoret&ry of legation to China 1,031 86 

Peter D. Troom, lace mioitter lo Pmaiia 9,723 93 

Peter Parker, oommlaiioner to Cbina 620 66 

Carroll Speaoe, miniiter to Turkey S,B86 66 

D. H. StarfcveMher, late minuter to Chili 26J 91 

Jolm Bigler, milliner to Chili 693 43 

F. H. Beelen, Moretary of l^atloo to Chili 76 00 

W. B. Reed, miniMer to China 1,693 16 

JuneaB. Bowlln, late miniiter to New Granada 6 00 

Jobo W. Dana, mhiliter to BotiTla 814 61 

J.J. Seibeli, late minUter to Bel^um 73 82 

LewiaCan, jr., miniater to Rome 542 00 

Jamea W. Peden, miniiter u> Baeoot Ayrea 646 && 

Akunder H. Everett 1,360 UU 

Baring Brotbert & Co., United State* banker*, Loodoo 36,6IU 13 

Edward Stobb*, diibnrtiog olerk Department of State 7,00u 00 

60,472 72 
From which dedoet the following repayment : 

By J. P. Brown, dragoman, Conitantbiople 968 01 

149,60171 

Salm/ </ toniul gtaval, torttUtm Ae SriHA NorSi Amerioaat pivrntoa. 

To larsel D. Andrew*, oontnl general at Qnebeo 3,540 23 

George Pemberton, late vice coniul goDeixl, Britiab proTinee* 6,469 78 



JUnriw ^ eoniulf i/ Un DmUd Staitt and eommadal t^ml*. 

To Joaeph If. Lewi*, eommerdal agent at Port au Prince 3,600 00 

IlKima* Steere, con*nl it Dundee 3,876 60 

W. C. Siffktn, acting codiqI at Sii^pore 33t 34 

Cbarlei Haffiiagle, ooniul general at Calentta. ........... . ...... 1,!!50 00 

T. T. TuQitall, ooniul at Cadii 1,2H 97 

C. W. Dabney, eon*ul at Fayal 376 36 

Cbarlea R Webater, conml at Tehuaotepec, Hexioo 316 33 

George H. Fairfield, coniul at Port Lewi* 3,436 11 

NieliolaB Pike, coninl at Oporto 1,165 75 

Franklin D. Reed, conml at Fadang 125 00 

Carried forward J19.6S3 14 

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242 RECEIPTS AKD EXPEfmiTURES. 

I867~'58. I'OREION INTEBC0UB8E. 

Broughtlbnnrd 12,563 14 

To E. BniUelein, act'mg coniul at Bula J, BIO 73 

N. O, Cornvall. uliLg cooiul nt Bio Grande del Sur.. &I& 13 

George Laiimer, coniul at St. Jotin'i, Porto Kco 1,500 00 

JameaH. WiUiim), eoaml at Sidoej, New South WbIm 1,600 00 

Dauiel Smith Lee, contul at Bails ■■■.... 194 44 

B. Eieretc Smith, acting rice cnutul at Tark'a lalaod ],4&9 46 

TbomaaBiddle.jr., coaaul it Biagapore 3,697 60 

George H. Go uDdie, conaui at Znrieh 613 00 

C. Whitaker, ronsui at St. Jotan'i, Kew Brauirick 1,000 OO 

Boben H. 8«ift, eoMul at Mar&caibo 376 00 

Jonaiban Eilioit, cotainercial eg>-Dt at 6i. Doniingo I,(i51 72 

JobnL Hodge, lale coqidI at Marieillei i,53l 6u 

T. Ewing Milter, CUD *u] at Bordeaux MB 60 

JohnT. Golding, coQ»ul at Lasuira 1,876 0« 

Amoa B. CorwiD, coniul at Panama. > .. ■• .■•■ 3,600 0(1 

Charlei L. Denman, coniul at Acapuloo .. — -- 7B9 03 

H. Morrell, vice coniul at A^pinvall 1,060 4? 

William ThompKin, consul at SoutliamploD 1,007 90 

Bobert M. Haiuillou, connul at Mootevldeo 1,0<KI 00 

Q. S. Holmeg, consul at Capelotra J, 360 61 

John T, Pichelt. c..n«ul at Vera Crui 3,134 9<J 

Albert Piilaburf, consul at Halifai, Nova Bootia 9,00(1 0<l 

O. H. Perry, coDiul at Can loo 5, OSW 6ii 

Caleb Jones, coniul at Loo-Choo-Foo — . 4, 399 3» 

John P. Qarescbe. consul at MstsnzM 3, 07t) 3(1 

William H. Morse, consul at Porto Praya 765 1'7 

Peter Beuzcneau, consul at Matamoras 1,IH)8 79 

Isaac Debrot. cummercial u gent at Curafoa... 135 (0 

Williim Hildebrand, consul at BreiLen 930 Bl 

8. B. Eawle, consul at Macao 971 00 

Uenry Sebor, coniul st IjyoD* .. 3,313 04 

Nnibaniel Bohon. consul at Geneva ........... ............ ],5iiii ix) 

David Ru|;i^ri. consul at St. Cniix . .. ..... ...... Toll <H1 

Robert Lreie, consul at Sjiezzia ... ■ . l,l)0(P <H> 

George A. I>atbrop, vice consul at Honolulu ........... .. ........ 3.554 34 

Bobert Monroe Ha rrifon, consul at Kingston I.5<>(! 51 

John Z. Fonle]', commercial agent at Monrovia . I, I9B (>4 

Thuodore Ahrens, vice consul at Ponce. Porto Bico 3,35" UH 

M. P. Gsme, consul at Guayaquil 663 50 

George R West, consul at Bay Islands, New Zealand 730 06 

James Winter, consul at Turk's Island 774 45 

Alexander Uammett, consul at Naplea 1,500 00 

P, H. Stockton, consul at Leipsic 1,738 01 

William A. BulTum, consul at Trieiie ^OtHI 00 

J. J. Merrltt, consul at Nassau, Meiv Protidence 3,000 00 

E. W. Perry, jr., consul at Venice 468 01 

Bamon Leon Sanchez, consul at Carchagena .... ........ 436 54 

Alexander H. Clements, consul at Pernambuco ............... .... 1,845 52 

Kacbaniel Hawthorn, consul at Liierpool 13,090 61 

D. B. McBae, consul at Paris 1,730 7ti 

Thomas U. Hyatt, consul at Amoy 3,633 7U 

Herbert Davy, consul at Nencaitle-upon.iyne ........... . .... 964 65 

William H. Hudson, consul at Buenoa Ayrei 9,0U6 00 

Albert Davy, consul at Leedi 3,000 00 

FTankliu Cbase, consul at Tampico 750 DO 

Caleb Crasiweli, consul at Petersburg 2, 112 74 

Jonas King, consul at Athens 680 31 

W. H. Smy ley, commercial agent at Stanley, Faulkbnd lalandi 1,001 73 

W. 8. Campbell, consul at Rotterdam 3,033 09 

F. S. Claztoa, cuuiul at Moscow 1,948 48 



Cmitdfarwud $116,803 53 

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EECEIPT8 AMD EXPENDrfUEES. 243 

1^7-^6. FOHEION INTEBC0DB8E. 

Brought fonrard 115,S63 M 

To Abel French, coniDt ■( Aii-ls^liap«llB 2,713 00 

Alfred A. Reed, coiunt BC BatBTiB 1,019 30 

Jobo Higfiiag, ctHual at Belfut S,3S9 87 

John B. BiooD, late Uoited 8tMe vice couMil at Nmus 1,902 29 

P. T. He«rU, ooiual U Olaigo* 3,000 00 

R. O. Barnwall, coniol at AmiCfrdam. 954 00 

Jamea KeenMi, MDaal at Hong Kong - 3,376 00 

Thomai Brenker, *tca oon*a1 at Amaterdam 46 00 

CO. Bajlor, eonaut at Uaaeheil«r 2,083 13 

H &z StelthcimeT, oomol M Stutrgtidt 1,000 00 

F. W. BehD, counl U Heaaina 1,463 44 

H.B. Bar«u>«, oodidI at PalenDu 1,565 18 

Andrew Ten Brook, ooiuul at MuDiok 1,216 61 

WilUam MUu, codiuI at CaDao 3,625 00 

Bamael lUcker, cooaul geoeral at Frank rort-on-the-Mala S,318 67 

JuneaB. McDonald, ooulul at Hamburg 2,249 09 

B. Sqnire Cottrell, cOTnmercIa) ageot at San JaaD del Norte 2,000 00 

Fftrett4« H. Bioggold, codbuI at Faiia, in Peru @59 86 

Jotaa W. Gorham, conaul at Jeruaalem 1,500 Oil 

William Travitt. coDiul at Valparaiao 1,730 35 

John Somen Smith, conaul at Malaga l,5tHl IHi 

Qforge W. Morgan, conaul at Maraeillea 9,<H)T m 

Samuel G. Pond, vice conaul at Para, Braiil f-ai 4S 

William E Hugbea. acting conaul at Batbadoea 600 0» 

Stephen Cochran, conaul at St. Jago de Cuba 3, 13S 9^1 

Soutfapy Grinaldr, lace conaul at Puerto Cabello 562 b3 

JobDH. Litchlield, consul at Puerto Cabello TOJ 92 

Cbarlei Glanti, coniul at Stettin 331 62 

W. H. VB«fj, conaul at Ha»re 8,001 fct 

George Euaiia Hubbard, United States commercial agent. Cape Hajiien 871 611 

Robert B. Caiopbei!, conaul at Londmi l,oT5 (ii> 

Haratin J. Sprague, caosul at Gibraltar aii f7 

Hugh Keenan, conaul at Cork 1,:?3I !I6 

Jamea Buaby, dee cnatiui at Bay laUudi l.eiTO 43 

B. H. Norton, cunaul at PicCuu. N. S 241 47 

Jfltao B. Wiiliama, conunercial agent at Lontbalie, Feejee laluda 2, 150 31 

Preddriek Dahnej, vice consul at Fa; al, Azorea 3H6 T7 

DaiidB Diffenderffer. conaul at Rio del Norte SOO 00 

William Knapp, jr., vice oonaul at Shanf[hae 6,6U5 61) 

Edsin De Leon, conaui general at Alexandria -■ ............ lOU 57 

A. Herbemout. couaul at Geneva 1,381 74 

A. Follin, conaul at Omoa 97^ 3-'i 

A V. Colvin, conaul at Demarara 3,001 4(i 

BfTerle; Tucker, consnl at Liverpool 1,104 56 

Anlboay M. Erhard conaul at Mataniona 232 16 

J. K. Miller acting vice conaul at Bordeaux 603 26 

BubertO Scott, jr., e«naul at Rio de Janeiro 6,000 00 

J. P. M. Epping, conaul at Oldenburg 376 03 

Hoaea Pairente, late acting conaul at Tangier 604 37 

Jamea C. Dirickaun, United Stataa commercial 'agent at Apia 81 62 

TboDiaa W. Bountree, conaul atLaBocbelle 1,402 12 

JohoS. Qillmer, conaul at Bahia 9M 16 

John Endlich, coniDl at Baale 1,U0S 90 

Horatio Foi, vice conaul at Trinidad de Cuba 2,805 56 

E. S. Offley, ccnaul at Smyma 2,140 64 

UW. Fiah, late vice conaul at Shangfaae 1 99 

Henry W. Spencer, coniul at Parii 2,672 32 

Elt B. Am ea, IbI« conaul at Hamburg 172 73 

J. Prieat, eooiul at San Juan del Sur 1,369 IH 

W. L. HobaiiD, vice conaul atTalparaiio 3.349 KJ 

Carried forward t31«,84I 39 

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244 RECEIPTS AND EZPEKDITUBBS.' 

iee7-'6S FOREIGN INTESCOUBSE. 

Bnnigbtfimrud....;. 212,MtS» 

To W. B-fi. Uoor, eoMul genertl U Quebeo 1.781 64 

Jamet M Tarletoo, ooDaaUC Melbourne 2,758 74 

AdwdO ChBDdler, coDiul » LfthuDB 2,770 60 

Edward C. Siilet, eoniuUt TieoiiB 1,500 00 

WUlluQ Croiby, eoniul sC TuWhiuno 899 91 

Bimon SEodder, vice eommerfdal agent at St. Paul de Loando 1,000 00 

John Black, ooniu] at GaUe, Ceflou 3,^6 B8 

Bobert S Svaiuuin, viae ooninl at Apia, NtTigalor'a Iilanda . 3d Oft 

Joel W. Wbi(«, ooD)ul at Lroni 1,190 J4 

Qeorge Hutton, vice coDinl at Farii -. 1,671 SO 

Samael F, AnuitroDf, late coQiiil U Matamoraa, Mexloo ..• 2IG 87 

Cbarlei J. Helm, commercial agent at St. Thamaa 3,241 90 

O. HoDDtfort, coQiul at Candia 1,000 00 

laaao R. Diller, cooiul at Bremen 1,491 71 

W. P. Chandler, eonaut atTaoia 2 £0 

D. H. Uanifield, coninl at Zandbar 1,SS7 W 

^Uiam Denman, vioe oonanl at Acapntoo 1,SB3 48 

JohnF. Porteoaa. cooiul at OporU 1,035 33 

A. D. Gall, conaul at Antwerp 2,464 SO 

Qabri«10 Ftearot, oonial at Bordeaux 1,396 74 

George P. Upton, co anil at Eio Graode 884 41 

£. B. Simmona, vioe conaul at t- Thomai ', 1,000 DO 

Eben F. Bule;, eonaal at Para 1,080 12 

E. Dutertre, acting commerdal agent at Am Cayea ............. 675 00 

J. Howard Uarcb, conaul at Madeira .. — 2,157 69 

Nltno a d'Carvalho, acting coniut at Madfura . ......... . .... 1,967 31 

Abner Pratl«, eonaal at HonolDln .. ...... . .......... 3,016 77 

John P. Brown, conaul general at Conltaotbtople. ...... .............. 2,914 86 

CharieiJ. Fox, cODiul at Aapinwa!) 1,440 20 

Charlei fficken, conaul at Vera Crui . ... , .......... 887 87 

John G. Barr, consul at Melbourne . ...... ..... .... .... 333 33 

Jamea T. Wilami, vice oonaul at Amo; 760 00 

H. B. J. Twf man, oonaul at Vera Crux 680 66 

JobnE Amor;, conaul general at Calcutta.... 4,168 09 

Samuel HoLean, late cootnl at Trisidad de Cuba 104 17 

W. W. Hanniog, vice oonaul at Tolieti 941 23 

W. H. Kelly, ooniol at Tahiti 1,061 83 

Jamea W. Torbert, eommeroial ageat at St. Tkema*. 333 33 

Tbomaa Dunn, conaul at Foo Cboo .................. ...... • 875 00 

Henrf Owner, conaul at Tahiti 498 IB 

John A. Binda, oonlul at Legbom...... 4, 126 00 

Bobert C. Hurpbr, lat« conaul at Bhangbae...... 71 86 

W. L. G. Smith, ormaul at Shanghae 389 67 

George Vail, cooiul atOlaagow 460 51 

laaac 8. HcHickea, codmiI at Acapnlco 164 83 

J. B. Hotderbui^, coniul at Duadee 164 83 

Perr; HcD. CoUini, commercial agent at Amoorrifer....... 1,260 00 

CharleaF. W. Olanli, conaul at Stettin 247 25 

F. L. 8armiento, oooanl at Venice .. . ... ... ...... .... ffi 41 

C. Dorwin, rice coiitul general at UontToal 544 44 

nomaa V. Clark, rice oonaul at Qusyaqail 16 91 

Jamei H, Homer, conaul at Sabanillo..... .... 5SS 14 

Henry Anthon, jr., vice oonaul at Batavia ...... , ...... .... .250 00 

George B. Herwin, lateoontul at Valparalao ' 1,135 98 

Baring Bro then & Co., United State* banker*, Londw 16,000 DO 

294,502 59 
From wblcb dednot tbe IbllowiDg repajmHiti : 

Bj Tbomaa Biddle 37 87 

Andrew Ten Brook 3 66 

Carried forward.... Ml £3 1994,60169 



BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 245 

£T-'S8. FOBEIQH INTERCOnRaB. 

Brought forward 4)53 394,602 69 

tr JuDM R. HcDould 83 i2 

HeaiT H.Bwuoir 65 18 

John H. litchfield 113 95 

Hearj Sebor 66 32 

JohnPtiMt 204 20 

B.C. Mnrphy 109 25 

George W. Morgan 3U 00 

W.A. Hnghei SO 68 

William Knappijr 283 50 

0. H-PoiTj 10 56 

A.V. ColTk 104 88 

C-Q, Baylor 14 80 

A.O. Cbaodler 378 00 

JamMKeeDBQ 799 19 

S,S64 66 



Inttrpnltri. guardt, mtd Mho- c^poun qf Ihe eonmlaUs ol Chiutantiaaiile. 

To iohnP.BrowD, dragoman to the legatioa of TuTk«r 660 86 

E. 8. Omtj. consul atfimrnia 580 46 

1,341 31 
From which deduct the roUowing reparment : 
Bj John P. Brown 199 S6 



Sditria qfaimid4 at Kmmg Chea, Amog, tfc. 

To D. B. HcCartee. late Tice ooomil at Niog-poo. Cbloa 4,881 86 

Bobert C. Hurph;, conul at Shaoghae 576 30 

6,4S8 06 
Which dsdaci from the following repajmeat : 
Br Baring Brother! & Co , United Stataa banken, London 9,610 13 



Eiceaa of repifment 

fr Ott panluat of Uank bookt, ilaHoturp, a 



To C. G. Bajlor, eoniul aC Manchsiter 315 78 

George HottoQ, Ties ooninl at Parii 41 98 

T. T. Tnnitall, ooDiul at Cadiz 45 73 

Tttomae Biddle,jr,, ooniul at Singapore 54 94 

Bamael Rioker, ooniul general at E'rankfbrt 84 81 

Edward C. Stylei, coniul at Vienna ■ 41 44 

George W. Morgan, coninlat Maneillei SO 13 

laaao R. Diller. cunaul at Bremen 64 05 

W.8. Campbell, eoniul at Rotterdam 336 67 

Albert DaTf, oinaul at Leeds 47 13 

H. P. OatDe, oDiulat Ouajaquil 34 00 

Cbarle* Be;, commercial ogeot at St. Martin'* 4 41 

Charlea J. Helm, commercial agent at St. Tboma* 186 37 

T. W. BomitTee, conaul at La Bochelle 79 30 

Carried forward C A't^^^f? 



246 RECBIPT8 AND EXPENDITDEE8, 

l»7-*6e. FOEEIQN INTEBC0CR8E. 

Brongbt forward 

To JohnEndlidi, oohbdI uBute 

a. Q. PleDrot, onntul si Bordwni 

F. W. Behn, ooatul ■( Heuina 

8p«iridioi] Ladioo, coaaul aiPort Habon 

Iiouii Lindaer, codiuI al Soaoeberg ..— 

O. Monndort, oonanl at Cimdia .......................... 

W. L. Hobaun, coaaul at Talparaito ..... .............. ...... 

Aaion G. Chandler, contul at I>ahMna.. .. .......... 

H«Dr7 Owner, coaial at Tahiti :.. 

F. 8. Sarmieuto, codsuI at Venice ....... ....... 

W. H. B'lflDui, coDta] at Trieite . .. 

Edward Scnbbs, diabaniog clerk Departmeot of Stale 

From which deduct the fjUowing repifmeata: 

Bj C.O.Baylor 112 50 

George HuttOD 39 35 

W. 8. Campbell 336 67 

M. 0. Game 34 00 

CbarteiBey 4 41 

T. T. Tnnitall 42 62 

Ironia Lindner 95 27 

P. L. Sarmieuto 27 00 

C. J. Helm 186 27 

W.A. Balliim i6 81 



33 55 
3S4I 

98 S4 
17 95 
193 78 
11 57 
26 17 
24 OO 
26 61 
3,000 00 



53,974 52 



E^maltd loa by txchiaigt on dri^i t^ ttmtuZi and temmaoak agattfor talarim. 

To George H. Fairfield, ooDaal at Mauridai . 

Nicholai Pike, ooMuI at Oporto 

JonathsD Elliott, commercial agent at 8t. Domingo 

George Latimer, coniul at St. Jobo't, Porto Bioo 

Oliver H. Perry, conaol at Caoloa 

8. B. Kawle, consul at Uaoao 

Caleb Jonei, oonanl at Loo-Cboo-Foo. .... 

B. H. Jjeeae, conaul at Speuia 

P. H. Stookton, coDiul at Leipac 

Hsz Stettheinier, conial at Stuttgardt 

Thcmai H. Hyatt, eoniul at Amoy.... ...... . .... .... .... ...... 

W. 8. Campbell, conaul at Botterdam ...... ...... ...... .... .... 

H. H. BaratoWi ominl at Palermo ............ .................. 

Andrew Ten Brook, conaul at Muoich.,.., ................... 

John Bomera Smith, conml at Malaga. .... . . .. ...... .... .... 

T. T. TuDitall, ooniul at Cadiz 

Thomai W. Boaatree, codiq! at La Ro«lieile 

Henrr Sebor, oonial at Lynni 

A. HerbetDont, deputy codsdI at Genua..... .......... 

E, S. Offley, contul at Smyrna 

AnwN) G. Chandler, ountui at Iiabaina... 

EdwftrdC, Scylei, eoniul at Vienna .... 

Cbarlei W. Bradley, coaaal at Hingpo 

Henry W. Spencer, ooniul at Parii ..... . ........ 

William Knapp, jr , deputy coninl at Hong Koog . ... . . I 

Hugh Keenan, coninl at Cork ..,...,......,.,. . 

E. B Simmoni, lice coninl at St. Ttaomaa 

Marcni J. Gaiua, deputy coniul at HaJiGu 

Carried forward. ......fvi.. |i5, 



75 03 
48 64 
8 06 
4 08 
124 00 
87 56 



61 30 
14 70 
123 53 
19 25 
6 71 
83 63 
31 41 
100 75 
ffi6 84 
31 45 



BECE1PT6 AND EXPEITDITUBBS. 247 
857-'68. FOHEIOH INTEEC0DE8E. 

Brought forwud 5,103 30 

To ChariM J. Helm, coDunercial ageoiat St. Tbomu' 3-2 7S 

P. W. Bebn, coDinl utMeulns 133 04 

P. S. Cluton, coDiul MtSousov 69 16 

Frederick Jenkini, coaani at Apis E>33 10 

Tbomu Biddle, jr., vice conaul U Singapore 355 IS 

Joel W. White, coDiul at Ljoaa 48 93 

A. V. Colvia, coniul at Demirira 105 04 

Tbomat Dunn, vice cooinl at Foo-Choo 496 99 

Roberto. Murpbj', late cooiaUt Sbangbae 338 6S 

Imm S. Diller, codiqI at BremeQ Ill 33 

John F. Purteoui, cooiul at Oporto 57 65 

J. P. M. KpptDg, coniul at Oldenburg. ...... ...... .... .. .... 26 fiO 

G. Hoimtfort, coniul at CaodU 110 16 



For offict real of those eouUi gaunU, eenrull, and cemmtrcial Bgtnti, alia an »ol altvwed to 
trade. 

To Caleb Josei, conial at Loo-Cboo-Poo 31818 

E. Ererett Smith, aecing «ice coMul, Turfc'i latud S5 00 

CO. Bajlor, conanl atHaocheiler lUO 00 

Oeorge Hatton, vice. coDtuI at Pari* 77 00 

T.T. Tonitall, oooaul at Cadia 78 00 

NatfaBniel Hawthorn, laM eonaul at Literpool 583 66 

Samnel Bioker, eofuol general at Fraskfurfroa-tfae-Haiii 314 IS 

Bdmd C. Btilet, oontui at Vienna 48 00 

Ooorgo W. Morgan, ooneul « HarMiUet 66 35 

In«c B. Diller, contul at Bremen 97 31 

W. S- CampbeU, coniul at Boccerdam 317 40 

Albert Davr. oonanl at Leedi 133 IB 

C. J. Helm, oommpreial agent, St. Tbomaa 103 46 

Tbomai W. Bountree, oonial at La Boohelle 136 00 

John Endlich, oonaul at Baale 84 48 

Jobs P. BrowD, coaanl general at ConiEantillople- .... ...... ...... .... 300 00 

G. O. Fleurot, coosul at Bordeaui 46 47 

P. W. BetaQ, ooDiul at Heaiioa 166 00 

W. L. Hobaon, Tice oonaul at Valparaiao 330 00 

OeorgeB. Pair a eld, coniul at FortLonii 64 51 

AflMD Q. Chandler, CD uaul at Lahalna SO 47 

OliTerH. Perrf.ooDial atCanlon 633 33 

Edward Stubbi, diibunlDK clerk State Department 5,000 00 

8,873 64 

From which dedaet tbe following rep^menta : 

ByC.G Baylor.... 

Qeorge Hutton ... ..... 

W, 8. Campbell 

T.T. TBDetall 

George n. Fairfteld 

O.J. Helm 



100 00 




72 19 




300 00 




75 00 




60 00 




103 45 






610 64 




•8,263 00 



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248 BECBIPTS AND EXPENDITUBES. 

lSG7-'58. POREION DTrBBCOUBSE. 

PrtKrvaUm tif th anhiva <)f Iht itoeni eaamlata e^ Ott Umlid StaMandamnmal agmei*. 

To Iiau R. Diller, connit &t BreineQ •■. 4SM 

W. B. Csmpbelt, coniul aC Botterdun SIV 

H, P. Gime, coniul at GniTsqail .... .. ......... . — ... IS OH 

Charies 'B.ej, oommercial Bgeot at St. Uartia'i ■ U"! 

TfaDmai W. KauDtree, eoniul at La Bochdle ^''f> 

O. G. Fleurot, coiuul at Bordeaux 3145 

Spiridbo Ladloo, oooiul at Port HataoB ■ ■ 31 '^ 

Louia Lindner, cotuulat Sonneberg 5N 

O. MoDDtfbrt, eooinl at Caadia SOU 

Henry Owner, coninl at Tabid SOU 

W.A. Buffum, ccniulMTrieate «« 

434 53 
Wliieh deduct from the following repajmenti : 

Rj W. S. Campbell 52 17 

U. P. Gttme 19 UO 

CharleiHey 13 88 

Louia Lindner 5 33 

W.A.Bnffuni 45 46 

• Edward Stnbba. diaborting clerk 8tat« Departmeat 3, 000 DO 

2, 13! 96 

Eiceu of repaymenU (1,696 43 



For lalary <if <he Sragoman h Iht l^atian to Tmlay. 
To Baring BrolbenSc Co., United Statea bankera, London (3,000 00 



Oon^Ottation to conaditioaa; proviitd in Oit \d atiidt c/ At rec^roaly trtatji tcilh Urttt BriUiK, 

To G. G. CtubtDon, commiaaioner 11,500 00 

Fiir per dia* <^ eam mi i B lma and con^mtBtiim if nimsor, ^romdtd in tit lit ortielf y Aenc^rtttt 
trtaly trUh Oreat Bniam. 

To Q. G. Caahman, conuniaiiooer (1,340 00 

For lAe praeetOion t^ Uu Kork. including pay t^ commMoiitr, aadaUaOta apoua,pTatidJi»^ l" 
arlitSt qf l/u rte^rodly tnaty icilh Oreat BrUain. 

To 0. O. Cnibman, oommliaiouer (3,69* '0 

For payment af ad apeniei attending the eniplai/nlmt pf uiiing vetidt, and far mrmyi lO*^ tmpiay 
To G. Q. Cuibman, commiiiiooer ,,, |9,ori) t* 

Far wntfentation iff the eommieeiontr. leatlaty, ehirf aetronemer and nmetior, ontalairi oMrawiir ax 
wnvjfor, rlerk, and /or prcriiiani, IraiaportaHon, and eonlinffmdet </ the fuimiiiMii to na '■^ 
nark llie boandary line t^veen the United Stain and tlu BritiiA paaeeaoat boutiing m Wttt- 
ingtm Terrilay. 

To Arcbibald Campbell, commiaalooer (Jl.«» "^ 



BECEtPTS AND EXPENDITDBES. 249 

l85T--'58. FOREIGN INTESCOURSE. 

lb carry out llie ilipulatian eonUirud in Ua Bih article qf Ou Inaty b^wtin Iht IMltd Staitt nnif Iht 
Eing 1^ Dmraark to pay Iht mieral prtmdid far in thitiadimas, per act i^ March i, I86B. 

To B«riiig Brother* & Co., Uaiced StatM b4i]keri, LoadoD 115,720 44 

Tb nrry out tin d^alioit containtd in tht 3d artiele cf lAe treaty htistm Iht fioKrf Stale* and 
Dtnmark. 

To B4riTiK Brothera & Co , United Scitfli banker!, LondoD 1393,011 00 

Ta Mof niaaarg eipaua alltitdant upon the tacution of the neulrality ad <^ AprU 12. ISlf), to be 
ofBided mtda Ifit dirtdion of Iht /■raident.ptirnmnttoSdiietmiqf act of May I, ISIO, fixtng lie 
OMfeiuation qfpuHie mniileri and contuii raiding on lAe eoaM ^ Barbary, 

To Jolia HcKeon, Unic«d Suttes sClcraey 5O0 00 

Theodore Sedgnick, United 8Ute* atconier I.IMM) 00 

1,500 00 
From vUch deKuet the followiiig repBjment: 
Bj John UcKeoQ 130 00 



Avardz wkUt Jit eontttUioa belveen the VnHed Slalti tmd Pent, cottdudei at Lima, l(c. 

TallkomMFemn 622 61 

Edw»rd Csrrington, (deceMed) 1,SI6 77 

(%«rle*Q. Sweet 156 92 

PeriU & Cibott J39 76 

UMllto Clark, (deceued) 254 07 

Edwird L. Scntl & John Huu 353 76 

Oeorge Nioholt and othert 2&G 06 

t-2,998 95 

Amdi vnder lie 15lh arbde of the Ittaty bdtctot the UtiUsI Slalti and Mexico, ad* of FUtraary 9, 
1848, and ManA S, 181£>. 

ToKftriaQr«T 60 60 

CoiuelU W. HsTeo, lat« Qnawold 80 60 

«16I 30 

Ezpeuee mhieS may he incurred, Ire. , in racniag eiHant qf the Uniltd Slalafrom ihipii-ritk. 
To Edward Stobbi, dMhaniog clerk Departmeot of State 93, OOU 00 

Rdirf and pTtiCeeUon i^ Amtrkan teamen. 

To John P. Brown, cnniulat general CoutaDliiiople 638 SO 

Jam** Buib]', vice cooaul at Ba; Itlanda 1,7!>2 50 

William Croibf, mniul at Talcabasoo 7, 110 87 

Anion Q. CbandlpT, conaul at Labaiiia 20,638 96 

Amoa B. Corwin, conaul at PaDama 3!)2 16 

Charie* W. Dabney, conaul at Fajal 5,581 69 

M. P. Qmd«, cooaid at QuajaqBil-.... 51 72 



Canwdforwara ,|35,f»ft3I 

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260 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

1BB7-'S8. FOEEION INTBRC0UE8E. 

BrODgbt forwud 35,906 31 

To W. L. Hob*OD, lice coDiul at Valpiraiw 9,695 22 

NalbHniel Hainkom, lu« conial at LiTerpool 8, 199 74 

Bererlef Tucker, codbuI at Liverpool ' 1,792 82 

ThnoM Miller, coMu! at Hllo. 2,3*4 31 

George W. Morgau, conaul at Haneillel 333 02 

J.J. Merrilt, cimaul at Naaiau 2,258 53 

W^man B. S. Hour, coaiul general at Quebec 30 00 

B. H. Norton, cowul at Piclou, N. 8 775 50 

D. A. Offden. consul Kt Honolulu 10,134 94 

AbnerPratte, consul »t Hooolutu 5, t$7t) 73 

Albert Pillibury, cooiul at Halifai 6&4 69 

F. M. Ringgold, conauUt Pajta 6,866 62 

B. Everett Smitb. vice coa«ul at Turk'* latand 689 31 

Prancle B. Ogden, actinE cnninl at Bristol 254 12 

Charles B Smitb, consul at Mazatlaa 1,070 89 

William Milei, consul at Callao 17,933 66 

J. T. Ooldiug, cnusul at Laguira 14 41 

George H Fairfield, consul at Port Louii 1,501 07 

George ("eDiberton, coaaular agent at QuebM 43 86 

Charles L. Detnaan, oonaal at Acapulco 179 84 

William DenrnnQ, vice consul at Acapotco 281 St> 

J. T, Pickett, consul at Vera Crui 48 14 

J. Heart Hyatt, comul st Amoy 150 75 

Thomas Biddle, jr.. codbuI at iSingapore 16 80 

Nathaniel O. Cornwall, acting coaiul at Eto Oraode del Sur 281 86 

R. H. Harriion, conau! M Kiagsion.... 623 33 

George F. Upton, consul at Rio Oraode del Snr 70 05 

James King, acting consul at Atbeas...... ... . ...... .... .... 6 90 

Hai Stettheimer, consul at Stuttgardt 1 18 

R. B. Higgiobotbam, consul at Antigua 301 12 

t'. W. Behu, consul at Hessian 37 9& 

C, R. Webster, consul at Teboaniepee, 5Iezico 47 00 

W. A. Bufliim, coniul at Trieste 177 33 

J. Howard Marcb, consul at Uadeira ISO 36 

J. P. U. Epping, cansul at Oldeuburg 10 09 

John W. Oorham, consul at Jerusalem.. -. 18U 00 

H. H. Baratow, ooniul at Palermo 7 07 

E. B. Marcb, consul at Trinidad 150 56 

T. T. Tunitall, consul at Cadiz 19 60 

John B Williams, commercial agent U Fe^ee I^ands 6o9 83 

Nohle Towner, consul at Barbadues 5 67 

William E Hughes, acdug cooiul at Barbadoea 30 39 

H. H. Reed, conial at Batavia S77 64 

Henry Anthon, jr., consul at Batavia 374 13 

James Winter, eonenl at Turk's Island 19 48 

Jobn Campbell, consul at Haitlnique IB 43 

V. P. Chapin, late commercial agent at Apia 54 31 

C. Darwin, consul at Montreal...... . ...... ...... ...... .... 73 15 

Duncan McPherson, coQtul at Hobart Town 107 00 

William H. Kelly, consul at Tahiti S,WI 64 

Henry Owner, consul at Tabiu....... .............. ...... ...... 215 &7 

Charles J. Foi, consul at Aspinwall 133 90 

Arlbur Morrell, vice consul at Aspinwall .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 211 20 

James M. Tarleton, consul at Melbonnie 1,249 26 

Robert H. Lease, oonsui at Spenia 63 34 

W. a. H. Newman, oonsui at 8t. John's, NewfonndlaDd 257 16 

H. P. Edwards, late consul at Manila .'. 273 38 

Joel W. White, consul at Lyons 164 97 

Henry Bebor, vice onnsul at Lyons 12 63 

Frederick Dibney. vice consul at Fayd 581 34 

JohnO. Willis, oommercial agenC at 8(. Paul de Lotndo 5 00 

Carried fbrwara »» $116,961 86 



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BECRIPT8 AND EXPENSITUBBB. 251 

1867-'58. FOREIGN INTERCOTJESE. 

Brought forwara 116,981 86- 

To Q«arge W. EhnbtU, oonnil *t 8c. Helena 43 50 

PhUlpT. He*rtC eoMul at Olugow 400 20 

John V, PoTteoui, eon*ul at Oporto . 59 18 

Cbarlei J Helm, coniul » SC. Thomii 831 65 

Saaaet W. TalboU, cooaul U Oalwaf 6 "0 

David Bogen, coniul ic 8c. CroU — 16 00 

HBKh KeensD, codiuI at Cork 227 62 

P. D. Roed, commercial agent at PadaDg 4 00 

QeoTge HutCoD, late acting consul at Parli 400 

W. S Caiopbell, cuoial at Botterdam 53 44 

Tbomaa W. Roaatree, coniul at La Rochelle 26 71 

A. Follin. ooDKuI at Omoa ■ 24 02 

QeoTge H. Ooandie, eoiual at Zurich 110 57 

P. SeazsneaD, ooniul at MatamorM -..>■• 80 50 

C. Whitaker, coniul at St. John'*, N. B 474 51 

Q. Eiuii* Hubbard, com ul at Cape Haftien 80 00 

Aleiaader H. Clements, connil at Pernambaeo -. 184 92 

Jobn Somen Smitb, consul at Malaga..... *. 830 78 

JobD J. Mabonf, consul at Algieri .... . 127 II 

D. K. DeflenduriTer, conau] at Puo del Nort« 31 36 

John Ralli, consul at Odeasa 8 13 

William Thompson, consul at boDtbampton 321 08 

William Knapp, jr.,viceeoa*u[ atfibanghaa 261 39 

Thomas V. Clark, vice oonsul at Oua; aquil 19 58 

William Wallaea Merriam, couiol at Gaipi Bason 157 60 

Caleb Jonsi, oonsal at Fuo-cboo-poo, China 1,471 54 

John Z Forney, commercial agentat Moarovia 306 88 

W, R Veaey, consul at Havre 95 40 

E.Wood PerTr,jr., late consul at Venice 5 b8 

W. H. Sm}ler,eommerciBlagent at Stanley, Falkland Islands 559 56 

A. V. Colvin. consul at Demarara 36 67 

Joseph N. Lewis, commercial agent at Port au Prince.. ...... 322 93 

Horatio J Sprague, consul at Gibraltar 135 28 

Sunuel HcLane, late consul at Trinidad de Cuba 102 48 

Charlm Le Bran, acting consul at Teneriffe 56 56 

William R. Horse, consul at Porto Praya 169 00 

Baring Brothers & Co., United States haoken at LoDdoD 838 95 

AmnaU paid to At underamtid mmnn and cawlaiiu qT twssda and alhen far pat- 
tagi, tit., from JonignparU to tilt UiaUd Stalf, tft., viz: 

TV* Obed M. Ellii 142 00 

Charles S. Brown 20 OO 

MUionS-lMham 276 00 

PaulSawjer 10 00 

C. L. Boggi and others 190 00 

William R Kinkaid and othera... 150 00 

Richard HMiM«aer 14 00 

JameaC. Hatthewa, d«ceaa«d 41 5S 

HoM« Hojte SO 00 

P.O. Clark 10 00 

Clark A Woodward 84 00 

Robert Homer 60 00 

JohnH. Toung 10 00 

William Applegarth 10 OO 

C. H. Townaend 10 00 

Jame* B.King 10 00 

B-CMadooB 10 00 

B.B. Parte 10 00 

CaptidiD EpbrMm Newel) 6 00 

Carried forward tt25,9l4 36 



252 EECEIPTS AKD EZPENDITDBEB. 

1867-'58. FOREIGN INTERCOURfiE. 

Broucbc toTwtrd 135,914 36 

To JowphB. Amea 10 00 

Jofan HoOowku JO 00 

Jbdim a. Lofltnd 10 00 

W.O. LuDdt 10 00 

Oecrge M. Peeling 60 00 

R. L«a>otli 25 00 

AleiMider Airth SI) 00 

Icbbold Norton 90 00 

A. Nicker»OD 10 00 

JoMpb Douglui... 5i| 00 

Uwoa Damon ^ 20 00 

Manuel Oaide 10 00 

E. P. Loud 10 00 

D. W. H«rderbrook 10 00 

Cawin Fierre , 75 00 

W.W. Cotter 10 00 

Chulei Powell 88 110 

Bernoo 20 00 

W. Hathaway, jr 10 00 

W. T. Fro« 50 00 

Captdn Lombard 10 00 

EliaiB. Brown 10 00 

B. Killmand and another 33 00 

G. P. Hinkley 10 00 

W.Downey 20 Oil 

HathanielOnptillA V.Locke 50 00 

CapUin Edgerley 10 00 

Wbite and othen 50 DO 

W. Lewis Hemdon 10 00 

Size, Melchar A, LoubsT « 00 

Wllilani McKinDj 30 00 

Edmund Boy ntOD SO 00 

Kchard Hesgher 7 » 

H. Brown 75 00 

Enoch Brooka 10 00 

Iiaa<iHowla)>d,jr,&Go 40 00 

Jamea H. Farrow 10 00 

Edward Stobbi 198 41 

D. HcCarty and othen ISO 00 

JoibuB Kcbmond 10 00 

Miner 20 00 

Jamet N. Carver 10 00 

E. B. Wincheater 31 00 

B. F.March 10 00 

Iwao F. Hturtivant 160 00 

Bicbard H.Moore 10 00 

C.W. Coffin andotbett 50 00 

Jamet Beeman .— 60 00 

P. Pendleton 10 00 

Robert Mowe,lr 50 00 

W. P. Hsynea 60 00 

Henry L. Bailey M 00 

BenJMnio C. Townaend 10 00 

lauah Jolce 10 00 

John P. CoHlni 30 00 

J. W. Griffin 20 00 

George M. Gra»e« 10 oO 

George W. Knight and other* .100 00 

A. Walter* « 00 

J, B. Homer 10 00 

Joaeph W.Hill 16 00 



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FOBBIGN mTERCOUBSE. 



Brongbtfbmrd 137,993 77 

To NftthkDiel 8d«w 60 DO 

Bob«rt Kallock 30 00 

JowphC. AcTM 15 93 

CWlet H. Moore 30 00 

Dr. Jamei Halt JO 00 

V. Hughei and odiara 130 OO 

CbuleaH. Brooka SO OO 

LewiaTarlton 10 00 

Edward fl. Toby JO 00 

P. 8. Qilkej 49 50 

John T. Smith 20 00 

Captain LeSoTOuroux 164 DO 

Captun Ferkina ^ 10 00 

Jwnu H. Corda 10 00 

Capon &BaDg* 564 60 

Edmnitd Darke .". IM 00 

J. C. Conutock 10 OO 

CbarteaBrrant 9 00 

Antbon; Kelly, jr 69 60 

W. A. P. H. Wbitmore & Co 20 OO 

R H. Pearaon & Q. T. I^awaon <0 00- 

H. W. Cbiibolm 7 00 

Nalbaniel L. TbompaoD 20 00 

CbarlMCbeiiTer 10 00 

John E. Pniddaa 130 00 

Houry W. Sawyer HO OO 

Cbarlea Seeby and othera 110 00 

Oeo^e J. Murray 10 DO 

John W, DennUon 10 00 

Hiram Harding 10 00 

Baben AndoTMn 10 00 

Aodreir CBDningbani 30 OO 

W. H. Thuraton 16 00 

Kmon H. UUmer SO OO 

B. A.We« 90 00 

a W. Uatber and Dtber* 110 00 

Andrew LeigbtoD 45 00 

Henry SniiCb 44 00 

Trail Bnitbert 10 DO 

Howea 4, Crowell 10 00 

Joaepb W. noder 50 OO 

EdwMdCaab 96 00 

CbarleaF. Whil« 30 DO 

PeUr Abbott 50 00 

A. a. Blatchfbrd 10 00 

C.F. Pool 10 00 

Daniel HoPkee 84 CO 

Stephen P. Uartin 87 00 

S.O. Flitner 10 00 

TbomaaKias 30 00 

Henry W Harvey 160 00 

Joaoph L. Nobie 10 00 

B. O'Brien 7 00- 

J. K. Cortia 10 DO 

T.J Kip IDOO 

Aoguania Hemmenway 30 OO 

SunpwD dt Tappan 40 0O> 

SylTanoa Smith 40 0» 

M. H. Froat 40 00 

WiUiMo H. SweMiDg 240 00 

B.T.OillchrUt 10 00 

Carried fbnrard <131,09e 10 



254 RECEIFTB AND EXFENDITUBES. 

ISEt-'SS. FOBEIGN INTEBCOmtSE. 

Broughtbmid 131,096 10 

ToA.0. Titua 10 00 

DftDtel D, Bentle; 10 00 

Jotiab SmnUejr 36 00 

M, 0. Jobiuoo. 10 00 

Jowpb PratM and ocben , 290 00 

J. M. Hill 40 00 

JohaSbuiE 30 00 

D. Csulkioi and otbert 40 00 

3. H Petboa; 10 00 

W. A. Lord 10 00 

E. B. HambliD 20 00 

C. 8. Ballet 10 00 

Joseph A. Spedden 10 00 

HtMeiTaw 135 00 

WilliBm Paroiirorth U 00 

William Bramhatl 10 00 

Cbarlei Carrier 64 00 

William Botlini 120 00 

JcboPuven 19 00 

Jame* F. Walkins 80 110 

CharletHale 20 00 

Bradley N. Cummingi 10 00 

Edward Bolbrook 10 00 

H. C. Thacker 10 00 

C. Sievena 10 00 

Jobn Adair , 30 00 

John H. OxDard 10 00 

H. B.Twamb'ej 10 (HI 

F. HalleU aad otberi 3J0 00 

Seth Hatch l-H 00 

Joho Balmnre e IW 

ThoMMQuiun 10 00 

Pierce Phelao 12 00 

ThomaiK Siraii ao 00 

E. Majo 10 00 

ChiieWpherC. Pool » 00 

William 3. Wbilebead 500 00 

HarlleyLord 20 00 

Samuel Pine 10 00 

J.B Studley ; 20 00 

IiaacOage 10 00 

F. B. Meyer aod olben 100 00 

Benjamin C. White 20 00 

Henr; Haalioga 10 00 

Alfred Somer. and W. E. W 30 00 

T. Dilliogbam 10 00 

T. Walton 10 00 

Thoina* Nicholt 10 00 

David EoglUh 10 0« 

Philip M.Hall 10 Oo 

Jaiigi A Goddard SO 00 

CaptainBnrke 30 00 

J.C. Baher JkCo 10 00 

Samuel Beybold 36 00 

Jobn J. Gilei SO 00 

William Cline 8 00 

William A. Kimball 51 00 

Jaaiiel Harrii 87 00 

D. Line* le 00 

William Sawyer 30 00 

Joieph L McDonald 10 00 

Carried forward tl33,655 10 



BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBE8. 



FOBEION INTERCOUBSE. 



lesz-TW. 

BroDgbi forwud 133,655 10 

To John B«rtr«m 60 00 

NMluDiel O. Taflor 20 00 

BenJMDio Atwell 3u 00 

Junei 8. HewiU 50 00 

S«mu«l Dovdj ■ ■ 10 W 

J. D. Cornsall 165 DO 

Ednard Babua 30 00 

Wiltiim R. Grumbl; and oibera 60 00 

W. N. Bsrtlelt 10 00 

J. P. Roberta aad olhera 60 (10 

D. R-Peiballow 40 00 

WilliBm Tucker S{l) 00 

J. O Grmj r&. J, Mulligao 50 00 

B. H. Booker 40 00 

June* Craig 40 00 

8 P. Luhrop 20 OH 

George T. Heirkt 10 00 

E. P. Hathamr and othen ". 381 00 

Edmond Leckia 360 OO 

Tbomai Auslin 10 00 

Bei^aniiD Bsogs .... .... 10 DO 

WUliam Peon Hovland JO (10 

Cbarlea HbIIoi; 60 i.O 

El'uiUi Wood T5 00 

B. U. Patcoo SO 10 

C. 0. Whicmore 4. Son , 20 00 

J. P, Whitney & Co 20 00 

John W. Crut her 20 (Ml 

Lewi* i, Daiuon 40 DO 

T. H. HMkell 50 00 

IiBTi SimmonB ►■0 IK) 

John B, Haoion 20 110 

Jamaa Bert .. ... .. .. 111 DO 

J. Fountain , 10 60 

J. Hodadsn 24 00 

Bobert Hutcheion 4S 00 

P. E. LeFeTie ID 00 

K. D. liognra 10 00 

Thomu Morau and others 90 00 

JameiF. A Charlea H. Peudergaat 370 00 

J. W. Smith 10 00 

JoiUb AtkiiiB 80 00 

Jamea .'imilh &, J. T. Watkini 30 00 

JobD P. Siindberg and olbera : 110 00 

H. Jordan 10 0«i 

J. W, Caualand 10 00 

Heorr Lighiboroe 90 00 

CharleaDam 20 00 

A. F. Tbompaoo Id 00 

John B. Atkioion 40 00 

Benjamiu Borgeia & Son* 50 00 

William Watkina 20 00 

PbUipD. Yatfli 10 00 

O.J. Patten 10 10 

E. W. Higgina 18 00 

Samuel H. Etobbina 10 00 

Jamea 8. Coopei 10 00 

F. jQlioa 10 00 

B.H. AlwoU 155 00 

JobD Vuee 10 00 

Jtine* BorgAia 10 00 

Carried fbrwud ^136,607 10 

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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 



1857--68. FOHEIGN INTEBCOUBSE. 

Bronghl Ibrwud 136,827 10 

To Natbui N Penny 130 OO 

WlllUm Qraoge 10 00 

Pierce & BaooD 70 00 

Supheu ClooUnan 10 DO 

CbarlM W, HayM 40 00 

JobD K. Nickenon ID 00 

Ji>bD Stirling and otber* 140 00 

J. BlftDchard 27 78 

F. T. Monwlle 60 00 

S". M. Lwnhert 10 OO 

JwnwA. WoltOD 10 00 

Nuhuiel Damage 100 OO 

Bleazer Scudder 10 00 

Horatio Bridge 356 01 

AaruD Hinklef.... „.,,..„.,... 10 00 

Bobert MoDro« 20 00 

Benjamin F. Freeman « 10 00 

David Harrawar lOO 00 

J. Bryant and Mbert 130 00 

Jamea L. Cfaareh 40 00 

Abel Martin 40 00 

D. H, Wood 10 00 

Samuel BiinebSeld 10 00 

John L. Wilwo 10 00 

Levi Taylor 10 00 

W. a, E. Pope 20 00 

Daniel Draper & Son 30 00 

G. S. UoCarty 10 00 

J. O. Motea 10 00 

H Webater 32 00 

Daniel B. Vinoent BOO 

Tboma* Donbam BO 00 

Joaepb Dolly 10 00 

P. B. Whitwell 10 00 

Scepheo Fowler 10 00 

W. M. Port 10 00 

B. H. Lombwd 10 00 

John Hendenon & Co 10 00 

J. D. Ballock and othera ISO 00 

R. H. Howard 10 00 

HinunBart 54 00 

T. A,A. R. Nye , SM> 00 

Henry Tabor 10 00 

Thomaa WhiUidge & Co 10 00 

Btepben DaTia 30 00 

Jamei H. McCrillia 10 00 

G. FoKer 60 00 

John Hooper 10 00 

Stephen C. Hattbewa 30 00 

Jame* H. Slocam 10 00 

H. Haynun 80 OO 

C. W, Batler : 10 00 

A. H. Howland 10 00 

138,871 SB 
From »hiob deduct the fbllowiag repayment! : 

By F. Halleu 10 00 

Q. W. Kimball 128 W 

Thomaa Biddle, jr 7 BS 

C. L, Denman 353 04 

T.H.Hyatt 150 TO 

Carried forward.. |6S0 51 tl38,87 I8» 



BECEIPTS AND EZPENDITDKES. 

leST-SS. FOHEIOH' IKTEBCOUBSE. 

Brought fonraid.. S50 61 

J.K. Bl;tha 192 S6 

KKHBiriMHi 63 6S 

Stephen Cochnn..... 43 00 

Jamet Bnebr 6 00 

John H. UuAfield 38 13 

W.A.Bo&m 177 33 

A.BUdebniid 1 « 

JuDMAmot... e 79 

C.O.Bvlor 8 66 

John W. Oorhun 180 00 

Chvlw B. Smith 166 76 

EdwfaideLeoa 133 41 

E.B. IfMMhe IH 63 

T.T.TnMUOl 19 60 

r.BeWllow 6 46 

JuDetKecaui 303 32 

A.T Collin: 6 00 

N. CCorawiU S 8B 

J. T. Golden 32 30 

P. B. Ogden 33 13 

John 8. OUlmer 3 67 

A.Herboiaonl 86 88 

C. Donln 27 00 

W.D HobMU 227 00 

Bohert 8. HwantoD 27 00 

D. R. Ditbndoiibr 10 30 

E. Wood Peny, jr 30 68 

B. H.Lowe 63 21 

JoolW. White 164 97 

JohnHtntQi H9 11 

OoDifeP. Upton 70 06 

B. Bammett Norton 78 70 

JohoZ. Forner 10 00 

a. H. Falrield lUO 91 

Hathaniel Bavthoin 306 30 

WaSam Thorapaon 1 60 

Thomaa W. BoDDtree 1 36 

0. H. Oonndie 110 57 

A-Follin 7 76 

P. Soeuwan SO 60 

A. D. Qale 4 70 

E.C. Mnrphj 67 68 

1C.F. Game 17 72 

T. T. CiMk 14 60 

Bererler Tocher 319 83 

AbaeTPratifl 304 06 

Caleb JoDoa ., 779 G8 

H. H. Bantov 78 87 



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RECEIPTS AND EXFENDITDBES. 



PDMJC DEBT. 



folavtun t4 Oielid Sutm Uodi, lean <^ 1B42. 

To HemjA. Tailti 1,000 00 

Blglsbort Olet Marin 3,300 00 

Decoppet k Co 20,100 00 

Harriet Whitney 5,000 00 

RiggB&Co 4,000 00 

Marie & Kbdx 13,600 00 

T. T. Merwin 1,000 00 

DuDcan, Sherman &Co . ,..,.• 5,000 OO 

E. A. Mattbleaecn 16,200 00 

L. VanHofflnu 16,000 00 

JohnQi Jone« 81,420 B2 

B. C. Martin 10.000 00 

J. M. Morrison . 1,000 00 

E. B. St. John 3,000 00 

Lorenza Carrio de Fraoda . . . .. . 33,000 00 

li. W. Dner ., 20,000 00 

Lemnel Bracket... . .,..„., ...... 7,000 00 

Leea& Waller 0,000 00 

Nat FtbdcIh 6,000 00 

Hufus H, King 10,000 00 

Jay JarvSs 10,000 00 

Boirery Savings Bank 100 00 

H. F. V^l 20,000 00 

€baile« 0. Neil 1,000 00 

J. H. Van Antwerp.. 16,000 00 

E. H, Lowrj 6,000 00 

Nicholai Brown 3,600 00 

■Jonathan Smith 2S0 00 

John WalBh 200 00 

P. P. Eotiqne Dariege 5,000 00 

W. B. Batlow 10,000 00 

Stephen Hinot 3,000 110 

Michael 0. Carron 6,000 00 

The Seamen's Bank for Bavlng? 166,800 00 

ArthniW. Anetin 3,000 00 

Bmllr Sherwood .................... . . 7,000 00 

Oeorge J. Seney 10,000 00 

LeunclCobb ....... .. 1,000 00 

James Lenox ,. ... ,.,...,, 10,000 00 

■Charles and Joseph Perot ........... 600 00 

Mary Martha White 10,600 OO 

John Hunter, deceased ... 6,000 00 

Jjamnel Honston . .... 20,000 00 

James M. Cook 1,600 00 

Caroline Dennie ...... 4,000 00 

William H, Botdman 6,000 00 





(614,270 SZ 



























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PUBLIC DEBT. 



ISST.'SS. 

Rakngiliimi/ UhieiSlalii tlock, lorn 1/ 1841. 

To WillUm R Artor , 2B,S(tO 00 

Decoppet&Co ..—... 9,000 00 

Othoticott 1,000 00 

Winslow, lAoier & Co 1,000 00 

Ann PetcrUn .. ....................... 3,000 00 

Junes O. Kiag'ttoot 16,900 00 

A. H. Ii»lag»ton..., —_._...„„.............. 600 00 

E. 8. Wbelea&Co _ 400 00 

L. Too Hoffman &Ci>..... ....... , 350 00 

Jmom Wickbam...... ........ .... ....,, 1,000 00 

B. A. tUUhleawn 21,750 00 

DeBlMUii ftCo „ 69,000 00 

Pbllemon Halited _ 1,000 00 

Benrj White 9,400 00 

LOTSDIO SitgTOkTM .... ),000 00 

Alexander de HolintU 0,000 00 

T. B. Ady 8,000 00 

PbUip Lowe 3,000 00 

Mis. LoienmCMiio de Fmnda ........... 34,000 00 

Joteph B. Ord 400 00 

Oto^W. Doer _ 6,000 00 

Edward Peanall 3,000 00 

D. U. Roblnaon 100 00 

J. M. HorriMm 1,100 00 

H, MrigB, jr., and Sndth 3,000 00 

Rafna H. King 21,000 00 

Horace D. Kellogg 62,300 00 

John S. Hoore ............................ . . . 1,600 00 

Lemuel Bracketl 3,000 00 

HalfordUarlln 3,000 00 

Bcfanchardt & Gebhard 3.600 00 

G. W. Bogen 10,000 00 

A. BeiiM>n&Co 2,000 00 

W, B. Meeker 50 00 

IteSeamen'aBankofSaTliigB 120,160 00 

Cupenter & Yennilre 1,000 00 

Jamea Frader, deceaaad ............... 2,S00 00 

loMph Br;aa 900 00 

H. White and John White O.luO 00 

E H. Arthur fi, 000 00 

J. Jarria 10,000 00 

Albany Savlngi Bank 20,000 00 

The Bank for MarlngB, New York 346.600 00 

Kkhard C. Hand 7, MO 00 

CharlmO. Nell 1,000 00 

William H. Wallace 13,500 00 

a. H. Lowry 10.000 00 

D. a Martin 10,000 00 

T. B. Starr 12,000 00 

Jonathan Smith, deceaiad 300 00 

John Walsh 10,000 00 

P P. Eorlqoe Duriege.... 4,000 00 

Paul Sannt 3,000 00 

John E. Kearny 6,000 00 

David T. UcKim, trasUe, deceawd 3.600 00 

Oeorge H. Williama 3,200 00 

William Wallace Patrick 10,000 00 

Peter Williuni 6.000 00 

Isaac F>.uke 1,650 00 

Oaw, Macalciler A Co 6,0UO 00 

Carried forward t943,150 DO 

L .--^ nGoOgIc 



260 RECEIPTS AND ESPEHTDITUBES. 

]8S7-'58. PUBLIC DEBT. 

Brought forward 943,160 OO 

To BeDjunln L. Brittin Ifi.OSO OO 

DftTld B- Crane 6,000 00 

MfttyBbkCT 600 OO 

JoMph H{iw«a „........, 600 00 

iftederick P. Jomea 100 00 

B. C. Hooper 11,000 OO 

B. 8. Oakley U,OU 00 

Bichard Bmith Clark 19,(M>0 00 

Blchard Smith, trusUe M 00 

Bobert HcCloske; 11,000 00 

Holler & Blera 10,000 00 

JohnQ. Joaet 18,500 00 

RuBsell CoggeebaJl 3,000 00 

Oeoige McQueen 30,000 00 

Bichard SmlUi Clark Bad John Jaj, execntor*, &c 10,500 00 

SoBin J, White 10,000 00 

Calvin H. Duncan..... 1,000 OO 

AngustDi Dancan 1,000 00 

Joseph Alston, Jt 10,000 OO 

H. Uorgan &Son. ................. .-- . ..... £S, 000 00 

The BowEiy Savingt Bank t>iS,800 00 

June* Lenox ... ... 10,000 00 

JnliaVftU, deceased 10,000 00 

James C. Colt 10,000 00 

Anthony B. McDonald 1,000 00 

Samuel Worthington 2,000 00 

tieorge B. Tousey 1,100 OO 

Daniel E. Benkeudorf. 14,000 00 

John W. WUlooi 45,600 00 

ElizalKth Voight. 600 00 

Jam«H Agnew, deceased... .... .............. 4,600 00 

Joel Wolfe 6,600 00 

PhUip Bpeyer ft Co 1,000 00 

Elimbeth Smith 1,000 00 

B. W. Dickinson 1,000 00 

Mnller&Kniger 1,000 00 

John Hurray Darrell S,500 00 

Oeo^e Langd<»i 600 00 

$1,760,960 00 



Raitt^lion ijf Unittd Suta loct, lam ^ 1848. 

ToOllvia M. Gill 1,000 00 

Eliza c. am 600 oo 

John A. Brown . .... 1,000 00 

Qitpcke, Keutgen & Beichett 14,000 00 

William B. Astor 2,000 00 

James B, Eing'sSons 42,100 OU 

Decoppet & Co .. 5,000 00 

DeBbamftCo 82,000 00 

Dnncan, Sherman &Co 41,000 00 

J. H. Honison... ....... ........... 61,900 00 

Ward ft Co. 32,000 00 

Adam 8. Duidridge. ... 1,000 00 

L. VonHoffman iCo 38,000 OC 

Ward. Campbell&Co 60,000 00 

W.B. Meeker 2,000 00 

Ifarie ft Kani 60,000 00 



Carried forward $364,600 00 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITtniEB. 
PUBLIC DEBT. 



lSi7-'58. 

Brought forward 364.600 00 

To A. Bolker, MoUmsuQ&Co 6,000 00 

Hcnrr DelaSeld 900 00 

E. J. Blake 2,000 00 

Bchuchardt & Oebhud 19,000 00 

rammannS Co 6D0 00 

O. VomBanr ft Co 6,000 00 

Mrm. lorenm Carrio de Franda 48,000 00 

L.E. Vattiei de Horey and E. Antdne do Horer 1,800 00 

J. T. and J. G. Frost A Co 2,000 00 

DaTid Baldwin. 53,000 00 

H. MeigB.jr., i Smith 2,000 00 

BnftaB H. King 9,000 00 

John Munroe 6,600 00 

Ihe Seamen's Bank of SavlDga 125,000 00 

P. Speyef &Co 6,000 00 

Tho Bowery GaTings Bank 4S1,100 00 

Charleit 0. Neil 1,000 00 

B. H. Lowry 16,000 00 

F. B. Starr 28,700 00 

E. J. Oakley 3,000 00 

The Bank for Savlngt, New York 178,000 00 

John B. Kearney 3,000 00 

a. C, Hooper 700 00 

Bicbard Smith Clark 3,000 OO 

Artbnr W. Aurtin 2,000 00 

M. UoTgsn&Son 29,000 00 

Junes L«nox .. ........ ...... 10,000 00 

Daniel E. Beokendoif 9,000 00 

Jaine« Agnew, deceaaed..... . .... 3,S0O 00 

James M. Oook 5,000 00 

So^iia Donnellj and Frances Hogan, In tnut 1,000 00 

Frances Hogan 2,600 00 

Sophia Donnell J 2,500 00 

Biggs & Co 0,000 00 

BobertC. Qllchrirt and Huy EldaboUi Ollchrlat 600 00 





$1,436,900 00 










Tie Bowery Saving* Bank 


3,000 00 












$28,000 00 



Prtmum on Viuitd Slatn dork, lam <if 1842. 

To Heory A. Tailer 100 00 

Sigisbert cut Marin 330 00 

Decoppet ftCo 2,040 00 

Harriet Whittney 600 00 

Hggs & Co 400 00 

Marie ftEsni 1.360 00 

T. T. Herwin 100 00 

nuDcan, Sherman ft Co - 600 00 

E. A. MatlhiesHen 1,6*0 00 

Carried forward C,^VSA*[(» 



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leST-'SS. 



RECEIPTS AND EXPEHDITUEEe. 



PDBLIC DEDT. 



Brongbt forwud.. 

To L. Von Hoffmann 

John Q. Jones ...... .. ..... .. 

R. C. UactiD 

J. M. Morrison ... 

E. B. St. John 

Loienza Carriode Francia . .... 

O. W. Duer 

Lemuel Brackett .. ... 

Lees A Wallet 

Nat. FranrU 

BnfuBH. King 

Jay Jarvis . 

The Bower; Sanoga Bank . 

H. F. Vail 

Charl«0. Nelil 

J. H. Van Antwerp .... .......... 

B. H, L0W17 

NicholoB Brown . . 

Jonathan Smith . 

JohnWaUh 

P. P. Enrique Dnclege 

W. B. Bftllow 

Stephen Mlnot.... .... . 

Michael 0. Carron 

Hie Seamen's Banlc of Savings ...... 

Arthur W. Austin .. ... 

Emily Bherwood 

George J. Beney ...... ... 

I«mael Cobb .. 

James Lenox .. 

OhoTlesA Joseph Perot 

Mary Martha White 

John Hunter, deceased ...... .... 

Samuel HooBton 

James If. Cook , . 

Carollno Dennic ,,.,... 

William H. Boardman 



E,940 00 

1,600 DO 

S,Ut 08 

1,000 00 

100 00 

300 00 

3,300 00 

2,000 00 

TOO 00 

600 00 

600 00 



100 0» 

Z, 600 00 

500 00 

3fi0 00 

IS 00 

10 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 

300 00 
500 00 
S,6S0 00 
300 00 
700 00 

1,000 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 

50 0» 
1,050 00 
500 00 
2,000 00 
160 00 
400 00 
GOO 00 



Fraimm on VhUal SCala dock, toon ^ 1647. 

To WlUiam B. Aator 4,528 Oft 

Deooppet k Co I,*i0 00 

Otho Scott 160 00 

Wioslow, Lanier & Co 180 00 

Ann Peterkin 480 00 

James O. King's sons 2,704 00 

A. H. Uvingaton 96 00 

E. 8. Whelen & Co 64 00 

L. Von HoffoiBn 66 Oft 

Jamei Wickham .. . ................... 160 00 

E. A. Matthiessen 3,640 00 

DeBbam&Co 9,440 00 

Philemon HalBted 160 00 

Henry White 1,504 Oft 

Lorenso SltgreavM 3!0 Oft 

Alexander de Holinskl 800 00 

T. B. Acly 1,280 00 

PhUip Lowe 4H0 00 

JowphB.Ord 64 Oft 

Carried forward U7,fiS6 0» 



RECEIFTS AND EXPENDITCRES. 



263 



IMT-'Se. PUBLIC DESr. 

Brongbt forward 27,536 Ofr 

To Hra. LoreoEi (!arrio de Fnmda S, 440 00 

George W. Dner 800 0<y 

Edward Peanall 480 00 

D. it. Bobioaon 3S 00 

J. H. MDiriBon.. , , , ., ... 176 OO 

H. MeigB,ir., ft Smitb 480 00 

Horace D. Kellogg 9,868 00 

RufosH. King 3,360 00 

John B. Moore 240 OO 

Lemuel Brnckett 480 OO 

Mulfor.1 Martin 480 00 

Schuchardt & Oebhaid 576 00 

Q. W. Kogert 1,600 00 

H. Bcnwn t Co 320 00 

W. B. Meeker 8 00 

The Seamen's BatlngB Biuik 19,124 00 

Carpenter 4 VermUje 160 00 

James Frailer, deceoaed 400 OO 

Jaac))h Bryan . ., 48 DO 

H. White ftJohnWhito 976 OO 

E H. Arthur 800 00 

Jay Jarris ., 1,600 00 

Tie Albany BariogB Bank _ 3,200 00 

TheB&nk for Savings, New York 55,456 00 

Richard C. Hand 1,200 00 

Cliarica O. Nell 160 00 

William H. Wallace 2,160 00 

B. H. Lowry 1,600 00 

D. R. Martin 1,600 OO 

F. B. Starr 1,920 OO 

Jonathan Eraith, deceased ............. 48 00 

John Walsh 1,600 00 

P. P. Eniique Duriege C40 00 

Panl Saniet 4S0 00 

John R. Kearney 960 00 

David T. UcKim, tmitee, deceased 560 00 

Ooorgo H- Williams 6t2 OO 

WillUm Wallace Patrick 1,600 00 

Peter WillianiB 800 00 

Qaw, Macalester ft Co 960 00 

ImacFouke 264 00 

Benjamin K. Briltin 2,408 00 

DaridB. Cr»ne 900 00 

Maty Bicker _ 96 00 

Joseph H»we« 80 OO 

Frederick P. James 16 0(K 

B. C. Hooper 1,920 00 

B. 8. Oakley 1,160 00 

Blchanl 3mfth Clark 3,110 00 

Behard Smith, trastee 8 00- 

Robert McCoskey 1,760 00 

Holler ft Kiera 1,600 OO 

JobnQ. Jones 2,960 00 

Russell Coggeshall 320 OO 

George McQueen 3,200 OO 

Kchard Smith Clark and John Jay, execntors, ftc i,G80 00 

Biuan J. White 1,600 00 

CalTin U. Duncan 160 00 

Aoguitas Dnncau......................... ............. 160 OO 

Joseph AIiton.Jr 1,600 00 

M. Morgan ft lion 4,000 00 

Carried forwanl SI80,311 Ofr 



264 RECEIPTS AKD EXFENUITDSES. 

185T--68 PUBLIC DEBT. 

Brought fOTwatd I8D.31S 00 

To The Bower; B«viDSS Bank 82,628 00 

Junes Lenox 1,600 00 

Julia Voll, deceased 1,600 00 

Joel Wolfe. 880 00 

Philip Spayer ft Co 160 00 

Eliaibeth Smith 640 00 

H. W. Dickinson 320 00 

James C. Colt 1,600 00 

Anthony B. McDonald 160 OS 

Samoel Worthington 320 00 

George Z. Toufloy 176 00 

DuielE. Benkendorf 2,2*0 00 

John W. ■Wiliooi : T,280 00 

Elizabeth Voight 96 00 

James Agnew, dcceasod. ............................ 730 00 

Hnller ftKmger 320 00 

John Harrej DarroU , ...-. 660 00 

ODOTgc I^ngdon..... .. . ., . 80 00 



S281,G92 00 



Fmibm en IMtd Salet Knet, ten </ 1648. 

ToOIlTlaH. Qill ■ 160 00 

EUzaC. Gill 80 00 

John A. Brown . . . 160 00 

Gclpcke, Kentgsn 4 Eeichett 3,8*0 00 

WlUiamB. Astot 310 00 

DecoppetftCo 800 00 

Jamei G. King's eons 6,Tfi> 00 

DeBham ft Co 6,120 00 

Dnncan, Bhennan ft Co 6,710 00 

J, M. Honison .. 8,30* 00 

Wttid ftCo J 6,120 00 

Adara S. Dandridge. . 160 00 

L. Von Hoffman ft Co *,*80 00 

Ward Campbell ft Co 8,000 00 

W. B. Meeker 320 00 

Marie ftKonz 8,000 00 

Q. Vom BaarftCo 800 00 

A. Bolker Hollmann & Co 960 00 

Henry DeUfleld 1** 00 

E. J. Blake 320 00 

Schuchardtft Gebliard »,0*0 00 

Cammann ft Co , ....... . 80 00 

Mra, Lorenm Carrio de Fi«ncia 7,680 00 

L. H. Vattier de Morey & K Antolne de Horcy 2S8 00 

J. T. &J. G. Frost ft Co 320 00 

Darid Baldwin 8,480 00 

H. Meigs, jr., ft Bmlth 320 00 

BufoB H.King 1,*40 00 

The eeamen's Bunk for SATJags 20,000 00 

JohnMunroe , 1,376 00 

P. Bpeyer&Co 860 00 

Tlie Bowery Bavings Bank 76,076 00 

CharlesO, Neil 160 00 

B. H. Lowry 2,400 00 

F. B.&tan- 4,591 00 

E. J. Oakley 480 00 

The Bank for BartngB, New York 18,160 00 

Carried forward ??rGo6^?*' '* 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBEB. 2&5 
I8ST-'S8. PUBUC DEBT. 

Bcooght fbrwMd 217,312 00 

T\) John B Eaaniey , ., .,,, 460 00 

R. C. Hooper ]12 00 

Bichard fimlth Claik 480 00 

Arthur W. Amtin , 320 00 

U. Morgan &Son 4,640 00 

Jam«H Lenox 1,600 00 

Daniel E. Benkendorf 1,440 00 

James Agneir, deceased... ...... . S60 DO 

James M. Cook 800 00 

Sophia Donnellf and Fianceti Hogao, in tnut ... . 180 00 

Frances Hogan ................... .. 400 00 

Sophia Drainelly 400 00 

BlggaACo 960 00 

Bobert C. Oilchriit and Harj Elbabeth Oilchriit 80 00 





$229, T44 00 


Ftmium ox UmUdSUta Tbo. vd^TxnJfy *>ck. 








The Bowery 8a»ing» Bwk 


180 00 












«1,6B0 00 



I'cgjMoit t/ nUtrtl en Uu pablie dtU eraOid unet Jylg Zl, 1841. 

To Bamuel Caaev, Treaturer of the Uoited Etatea, aa fiscal atcent 75,000 00 

Ithamai W. Beard. AniiUuit Treaaurer Dnlted Slates, Boston fiO, 000 00 

John J. Ciaoo, AniBtant Treaaurer United 6tat«a, New York 1,266,060 10 

Daniel Sturgeon, Aodstant Treasurer UnlMd States, Philadelphia GS,000 00 

B. C. Pt««ler, AsoiHtant Treasurer United SUtei, Cbarleatcn 3,30» 00 

Antbonj J. Onirot, Assistant Treasurer United States, Ifew Orleans.. T32 00 

J. 'DioropMn Uason, I'ollector, Baltimore, Har; land, as fiscal agent.. ii, 216 00 

OlWa M. Gill I 6.S 

E11»C. Gill 82 

Heorj A. Taller 1 06 

Jrtin H. Brown 1 S6 

Oelpcke, Kentgen Jt Belcbett 178 20 

VilliamB Astor 69 17 

Ji.hn A. Tripp 6 GO 

Sgisbert Clet HarlD 8 07 

JameaG. King's sons 62S 6S 

DecoppetftCo 262 98 

OthoKcotI: ,. 3 10 

DeBhamiCo 678 79 

8. M. Swsnson 8 97 

Harriet Whitney 19 G6 

J. H. Morrison 261 06 

WardiCo 130 43 

AdamS Dandridge 4 75 

Duncan, Shrrmsn & Co 32N 27 

L. YonHoffinann 4 Co 409 16 

Ward, Campbell tCo 291 83 

W. B. Meeker 10 70 

Wlnslow, Unier 4 Co 5 SB 

Marie &KHI1 384 37 



Carried forward »1 , 618,^7;^ ^48 



266 RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUKBS. 

l8S7-'a8. PUBLIC DEBT. 

Brought forward... 1,618,978 48 

To Ann PeUrkln 18 fiS 

G, Vora BfLur&Co 3! 61 

A. Itolker, UollmaQn & Co 39 13 

JohnT. Boyd 110 05 

SiggakCo 133 ST 

A. H. UviDgston 4 30 

Henry Dclalield 6 80 

E. 8. Whelen &Co 4 28 

E. J. Blake 16 00 

Scbnchardt & Oebbard !8(! 2* 

T. T. MemlD 7 99 

Jtuaee Wickbam, deceaiied. . .. 8 32 

E. A. Mi>tthle»8en 376 26 

PhileiuoD Hoisted 8 64 

Henry White 81 23 

Tiorenxo SitgrcavM . 18 26 

Alexander de Holinski 49 73 

T. R.Aciy ,. 89 85 

Philip Lowe 31 79 

JohnQ. Jonea 1,619 55 

Joseph B. Old 4 40 

Mn. Iiorenni Cnrriode Franda...... .......... .... 1,323 25 

Cwnnumn & Co 5 64 

Geoige W. Duer 317 94 

L. H. Vattler de Morey and Emlle ADtolne de Horey 20 85 

Edward PeBraall 34 73 

J. T. & J. G. FrortACo 23 48 

D. M. RoblQsou 2 38 

B. C, Martin 119 OS 

D»»ld Baldwhi 639 46 

H. Meiga, jr.. & Smith 61 14 

H. W. Brookn 30 67 

RnfoeH. King 646 19 

E. B. Bt, John 37 66 

Horace D. Kellogg 802 48 

Johns. Moor 19 32 

John Monroe ft Co 112 IT 

Samnel Bracket! , 132 07 

MolfordMarUn 39 62 

BoawcUB. BiiTFOira 440 22 

Q. W. Eogera 161 91 

LeeeS Waller 86 11 

Nat. FranciB 71 7* 

Alexander BenMD ft Co 28 70 

The Seamen'B Bank of Savings 6,829 22 

Carpenter ft Vermilye I* 84 

Jkn)e« Frailer, decMaed . . .. 31 09 

Philip BpejCT & Co 116 91 

Jowph Bryan . 4 50 

Henry White ft Johii White 91 60 

E. H. Arthur 75 DO 

Jay Jarvis 426 64 

The Albany Savlngg Bank 303 26 

The Bank for Bavingg, New York 8.310 27 

Bichard C. Hand 113 72 

"Die Bowery SavlngB Bank 16,193 98 

H. F. Vdl 303 26 

Charles 0. Nell 45 99 

WlliiwnH. Wallace 206 90 

J. H. Van Antwerp 403 37 

R. H. Lowry 407 95 

Curled forward tl, 660,833 18 



EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUEE8. 267 
JM7-'68. PUBLIC DEBT. 

Brought forward 1,580,823 18 

To D. a Martin 156 62 

F. B. Statr 637 08 

E. i Oaklejr 46 96 

Nicholas Brown 64 78 

JoD&thui Stiiilh ..-.,- - - .,.,-., 8 80 

John WHbih 166 36 

?. P. Enrique Dnriege, admin Utnktar 140 87 

PbuI Soniet 17 93 

W, B. Hallow 166 4» 

JoIinR. Kearney 143 80 

David T. McKim, trastoo 65 9! 

Oeorge H. Willlfuns 61 IS 

William WftllBCc Patricic 189 78 

Peter WiHiams 80 71 

Gaw, Uacale«ter & Co 97 60 

iMacFouke 26 90 

Benjamin L. BritUD !46 38 

David B. Crane 97 83 

Mary Biclior 9 78 

Joaeph UawM 8 15 

Stephen Minot 60 54 

Frederick P. James 3 07 

B.C. Hooper 209 14 

Riobard Smith Clark 370 61 

Hoberi McCo«kej 181 14 

B.8. Oakley 181 1+ 

Holler ft Rlera 164 61 

Uichael UcCarron 82 34 

BoHeil Caggeshall 33 26 

Arthur W. Austin 83 16 

Oeorge McQneen 335 87 

Richard Smith Clark and John Jay, execaton 176 33 

Susan J. White, decensed 171 20 

Calvin M. Duncan 17 12 

Augustus Duncan.. ........... .......... . . 17 12 

Joseph Alston Jr 171 20- 

Emily Sherwood 119 84 

H. Morgan & Sou _ 925 76 

Qooii^J. Seney 171 20 

Lemuel Cobb _ 17 12 

James Lenox ......... ................. 513 60 

Julia Vail, deceased . 171 20 

JameaC Colt 174 46 

Charles and Joseph Perot B 72 

Anthmy B. UcDonald 17 44 

Bamuel Wortfalngtoo 34 89 

Oeorge Z. Tonsey 19 19 

Daniel E. Benkendorf. 401 2S 

Mary Martha White 183 18 

John Hunter, deceased 87 13 

Samael Houston 348 91 

JohnV. Willoox 793 78 

Eaisabeth Voigbt 10 47 

Richard Smith 87 

James Agnew 140 81 

Joel Wolfe 96 86 

Elizabeth Smith 70 43 

B. W. Dickinson 35 21 

MollerA Kruger 36 22 

James M. Cojk 117 29 

John Harvey Darrell 62 20 

Carried forward «l,670,e38 K- 



268 BECEIPTS im> EXPEHBirUBES. 

1UT--58. PUDUC DEBT. 

Brought forwud 1,5T0,01S H 

CuoUneDeDnie.-... . 71 M 

William H. Boudman SB U 

Sophia Donnellr and Praooea Hc^an, in trmt.. ....... ..... .. 17 TT 

Fiances Hogan 41 « 

Sophia Doanellf... _.... 44 4J 

BobertC. OUchriataiid Uary EUnbeth Qllchrlit Sg Si 

Oeorge lAugdon ... ... 8 9f 

Tncker & Llghtboum .- 11 01 

Lulgi OenDAul tB » 

J, B. Shaw S5,aw M 

1,GSS,433 1* 
From which deduct the followiDg repayments : 

Sj a C. Prewley 1S5 00 

J. T. HoBon 126 00 

D. Sturgeon 283 60 

I. W. Beard 170 00 

J. J. ClKO 10,700 94 

11, SIS 44 

$1,643,117 7t 



fMa^men <^ bomtg land tlodt, mtder ad i^ fdnary II, 1B47. 

'o James Backley, deceased.... .... .......... ......... IS W 

James 8. Goodhae 1» •• 

Bomiie! E. &ton«, dcceated IH M 



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i'ayiwn(ytR((Tw(iininMiyjcR(li(«o(, mdiraciyAinwry 11, IB47. 

To James Backley, deceased ......... . 1 IT 

John A Dii II 0» 

Maria Icuiea Wert J SI 

James S. Goodhae . ............. 6 SI 

Samuel B. Stone It M 



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Bat>imrtimmi<^lTa*HrytMt»,ftr»dtf FArmryl^, 1B4S. 
To J. T. Seaman $S » 



Smbunataai^lnamrywii^firaclt^J^ti, IS46. 

To Joseph Smith 50 W 

H. B. Sweeny IM » 

Riggs k Co IM M 

0. B. Singleton IW » 

$3»M 



To HofEman & Ten B:ook tSjO W 



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BECEIPTB AND EXPENDITURES, 
IM7-'68. PUBLIC DEBT. 

Tnleral m Inatury nola. 

To Joaepb Hinith „ . .. 

SlggliCo 

Uoffinmn & Ten Brook 

Wbich deduct from the rollowing Tepayment : 
Bj JunM BrBwer .... . . .............. 

EzcsM of Tepapnent 



2 7ft 

6 40 
97 SO 



lOS SO 

621 IS 



rofBieia if Inianry at/a, per ilh taioit 1^ aet ^ Dteeaiivti, 1657. 

To Hoeea Hacdonald, oollector of castoma, Portland and Falmouth, He. . 31, 300 DO 

D. F. Leavitt, collector of ciutoms, Bangor, Me ...... 1,600 00 

Augoitoi Jenkins, collector of cuBtoms, Portsmouth, N. H ...... 200 00- 

Arthur W. Austin, collector of customg, Boston, Man S13,700 00 

William B. Pike, collector of customs, Balcm aud Beverly, HaM 1,000 00- 

C. B. H. Feasvndea, collector of costoms, New Bedford, Maoe 1,300 00 

Qeoige B. Beynolda, collector of customs, Briutol and Worrea, B. I. . 100 Oft 

U. A. Osbom, collector of castoms, New Haven, Conn 3, 100 00 

Augustus Scbell, collector of customs, New York City 2,068,800 00 

Warren Bryant, collector of customa, Buffalo, N. Y , 300 00 

J. B. Baker, collector of customs, Philadelphia, Penn 319,400 OO 

JohoT. Uason, collector of cnstoms, Baltimore, Md 17B,BD0 00 

W. H. Harrison, collector of customs. Bichmond, Ta.... . . 3,800 Oft 

T. Bives, collector of cugtomi, Petersburg, Va 3,700 00 

W. Q. Singleton, collector of customs, Newbem, N. C 16,000 00 

W. F. Colcock, collector of customs, Charleston, B. C 23, 800 OO 

J(dia Boston, collector of customs, BavanuAh, Ga .. 1,20ft 00 

John P. Baldwin, collector of customs. Key West, Fla 1,200 00 

Felix Livingston, collector of customs, Femandlus, Fin S,400 CO 

F. H. Hatch, collector of customs, New Orleans, Ia 191,600 OO 

Banllton Stuart, collector of customs. Oalvestoa, Texas . 000 00 

William A. Uuu, collector of customs, tit. Loalg. Ho 25,200 Oft 

A. B. Palmer, receiver of public moneys, Council Rluffe, Iowa »()9 00 

Thomas Soigeat, receiver of public moneys. Fort Dodge, Iowa 1, 100 00 

Henry Plowman, receiver of public moneys, HIneral Point, Wis. 4bO 00 

Samuel Byan, receiver of public moneys, Menasha, Wis 300 00 

B J. Oraveraet, receiver of public moneys, Marquette, Ulch 10ft 00 

Daniel Woodson, receiver of public moneys, Delaware land district, K.T. 100 00 

Thomas J. Leslie, paymaster United States army 16,000 00 

Edward Ingersoll, United Btatcsmilitarystorckeeper and paymaster.. 40,000 00 

Edward Lucas, jr., deceased, late United States military storekeeper.. 20,000 00 

Henry Etting, purser United States navy... 1,700 00 

EdwmrdT. Dunn, purser United Stales navy III.SOO 00 

Charles C. Upham, purser United States nftvy 6,600 00 

UcKean Buchanan, purser United Statei navy 25,300 00 

John P. Brown, late dragoman, Constantinople 900 00 

Philemon Dickinson, pension agent... ..... ..... 5,200 00 

Isaac Lewis, pension agent...... ...... 6,600 00 

(iptainH. D Wallen 900 00 

The Interior Department 2,000 00 

CbarliTj Homer 600 00 



«3, 639, 300 00 



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lSa7-'6S. PUBUC DEBT. 

PaynitfiJ r/ inUnI on trtaaay nela, fir 9lA Hdmi ^ael ^ Diemixr Z3, 186T. 

To Hosefl Hacdoakld, collector of ciutt^nm, Portland and Falmoath, He.. ISO tT 

D. P. Lesvitt, collector of custoniB, Bangor, Me T 33 

Augustus Jenkins, collector of cuetoms, Portsmouth, N. 11 IT 

Arthur W. Austin, collector of customs, Boston, Mais . I,3BT 46 

WlllUm B I^ke, collector of customB, Balem Bad BoTerly. Uass. 4 iT 

C. B. H. Fessendcn, oollector of customs, New Bedford. Mass 7 3S 

Qeorge H. Rejiiolds, collector of customs. Brutol and Warren, B. I.. 41 

M. A. Osbom, collector of customs, New Haven, Conn 2S 42 

Augustus Schell. collector of customs, New York Cltf 6,719 II 

J. B. Baker, collector of cnstomt, Fblladclphla, Penn 627 37 

John T. Mason, collector of customs, BBltimore, Ud...... .. 3G1 18 

W. M. Harrison, collector of cuatomg, Richmoad, Va 15 M 

T. Bives, collector of customH, Pctr'nbnrg, Va .. 9 S3 

W. O. Singleton, collector of castoms, Newbern, N. C 28 7D 

W. P. Colcock, collector of customs, Charleston, 8. C 71 14 

John Boston, collector of ciutoEos, S«vannah. Oa ..... 6 78 

John P. Baldwin, collector of cnstomg, Key West, Fla. 6 97 

Felix Uvingston, collector of customs, KErnandina, Fla ......... T H 

F. H. Hatch, collector of customs, New OrleauB, La 39S 4t 

Hamilton Stuart, collector of customs, Galveston, Texas 4S 

William A. Linn, collector of customs, St. LouiH, Ho 9 SO 

A, 0. Palmer, receiver of public moneys. Council B!uff«, Iowa 1 OD 

Thomas Bargent, receiver of public moneys. Fort Dod^e, Iowa 2 16 

Henry Plowman, leceiver of public moneys. Mineral Point, Wis 75 

James Byan, receiver of public moneys, Mcnasha, WIr 18S 

Daniel Woodson, receiver of publlcmoneys, Delaware land district, K.T. I 05 

HeniyEtUng, purser United 8 tatrs navy. ......... 1 33 

John P. Brown, late dragoman at Constantinople ......... 77 

Philemon Dickinson, pension agent .....' ..... 1 TO 



Pagtnoit to tuiJt crtJtiort of Taat at art eimfn/iaubd m the ad iff SgitMittr 9, 1890. 

ToC. n. Taylor 49 49 

J, Gregg 201 4S 

D. M. atapp 311 70 

D. Carl 4! 29 

Z W. Eddy 63 38 

E. W. Malott 10 12 

Jeremiah Milbank 8B 81 

Swenson Jt Swisher 2,23T 34 

a M. Swcnson 134 61 

Anson CiaoKon, deceased .. 1,849 31 

Henry H- Williams 23 12 

J. L. &0. Nicholson 28 IS 

Benjamin H. Cloves 38 « 

Henry King 164 10 

John D, 'n.ylor 1,169 72 

DaniclB. Canoll S47 49 

Edward C. Bojnton e,16« 38 

J. Masoii Campbell T.OOO 00 

Sophia St. John, deceased 10,99S 96 

WillUm O. Woodward 408 13 

Charles St, John Cbubb 2,658 48 

James W. Hughes 135 S3 

Hardy Pace 178 61 

David Haldeman 3,050 17 

Susan Watts .- 80 75 



CuTiedfonratd $3T,S66 fiO 

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BECEIFTS AND EXPENDITCREB. 271 
185T-'58. HJBUC DEBT. 

Brought CotwArd 37, 566 SO 

To C. HKC*I«ster 17! U 

WUllum McCniTeii 133 92 

ToangB Colemaa 130 07 

Eli H»rt 1,0S9 70 

Bftrtin D. Hftrt. IM 79 

BcnjBioln C. FronbltD 131 3S 



SS9,S17 47 



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1857--58. 


REC: 

DEI 


EIPTB AKD EXPENUITUEEB. 

PABTMEST OF THE INTERIOR. 
























































16,000 00 
85,000 00 




































6,000 90 














t,500 00 














3,500 00 
11,000 00 




















































2,000 00 








I«aac B. Curran .. 




do „ 


24,000 00 
6, too OO 






































4,000 00 
3,700 00 












do 














do 


4,000 00 
9,000 00 




































1»,7S6 21 
8,400 00 
1,800 00 
1,600 00 
IS, 000 OO- 
10,000 00 
9, 900 00 
5,000 00 


A. H. Hoyt 

S Belden 

R. C. Pe«TBon.... 
J. B. Kiokoad.... 

T.H. CInke 

H. C. Kibbe 

W. Henderson... 




do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


W. E. Woodmff, late.. 




3M 00 


C. C. AbeniBthy . 
























dnctt 


be follonlDg TepaymentB : 




mm which do 
BjB. Allen 


498.203 It 





















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BECKIPl'S XaV EXPEHDn'CrBES. 



DEFABTMEKT OF THE INTERIOR. 







l.SOS 37 

693 S9 

3, 000 DO 

66 83 

2,&H 67 

8,eu 04 

6,182 87 

6,809 1! 

170 1* 

S, 600 OD 


198,203 72 


W. C. Andoiwm 

V. B. UTlngaton 

J. P. Walworth, Lite.. 


pendon agcat 

do 

do 


P. DieklnMt 

G, F. Emerj' 






X. D. Mawmvt 








• March IS, ISIS; Majf 15, 162S 


3S,t&3 93 




Jmt 7, 183!. 




S482,T49 T» 


To J. 8. Qitanpi 




















3,300 00 
16,000 DO 














































1,600 OD 
1,600 00 














































8,000 00 
3,000 00 






















































































a.MK) 00 


















3.000 00 










B.C. Kent 

B. W. Latham, late.. 

J. W. Chapman 

P.O. JeffHM 

A. J.OHudon 


do 

do 

.do 

do 

do 

do 




::: 


31 81 
161 OS 

66 76 

100 00 

100 00 

■ 600 00 






























0,337 61 










W. Hendcnon 


do 






600 00 
3,000 00 






































































J.C. Eamaej 


..U.8.diBtrictattoniej 

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GB 00 




IS6,uo,oe 


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274 RECEIPTS AND EXPEN1MTUKE8. 

1867-'fi8. DK?ARTMENT OF THE INTEMOB. 

Broaght f<ffward .. 

From which dedoot the foUowitig Tein;iiioiit< : 

B78. Belden pmdon agent S,671 49 

B. Allen do 160 00 

Q Foote do 700 00 

S. D. Apdenon do 1,153 S3 

T. B. livlngBton do <S8 83 

P. 0. Jeffries do 1,406 96 

InacO. BunM do 1,946 44 

P. DlcklDioD do BSB »3 

C. C. Abemathy do 60S 4fl 

J. W. Clupinut do 36 71 

M. D. Newman do 1,241 08 

J. QraysoD do 2<t B8 

E. Heneninnener .....do...... 471 SI 

J. S Morel do CIS GS 

E H. Fuller, late do 733 47 

! do 88 89 



To J. S. Hlller pongfon agent 4,600 00 

E. BenenmDeller do . .............. 14, SOD 00 

Isaac Vanderpoal ..........do 69,000 00 

L. BowETB..... do 2,800 00 

8. Belden do 40,490 89 

W. K. Blali do 6,000 00 

A.F. HonlBoa do 6,600 00 

J. C. Cochnm do 6,000 00 

C. H. LaiUn do 1,300 00 

J, C. Green do 20,000 «0 

B. D. Anderson do 17,000 00 

G F. Emery do 30,000 00 

Isaac Bamet do 42,300 00 

V. B. Uvlngrton do 16,800 00 

G. Utnot do 7,000 00 

J, B. Gltliaga do 6,600 00 

M. D. Newman do 26,000 00 

C. F. Warner. do 6,000 00 

B. F. Blodget do 10,000 00 

J B Einkewi do 12,000 00 

E'N. Puller do 8,000 00 

W. H Moore do 1,100 00 

J. S. Morel do 9.000 00 

G. Footo. do 1,021 70 

B. Alkn do 4,683 Vl 

I>. Btnrgeon ..do 118 60 

J W. Chapman do 800 OO 

M Donobo do 80O 00 

P 0. teffrlee do 400 00 

A, M. Beed do 600 00 

A. J. OHanltm do 4,600 00 

D. H. BarrowB do 900 00 

P. Dickinson do 12.638 77 

A. H. Hojt do 1,600 00 

J. Grayson , do 1,600 00 

J. M. Smltb do 3,000 00 



Carried fbrwud.. 



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BBCEIFTS ASD EZP^miTDBES. 



DEPABTUENT OF THE INTEBIOB. 





























do 






C. C. Abenutthr 


do 






W. H. teTld«on 


do 



n«tn wbtch deduot the foUowing repayTDenta : 

B7 B. 0. Kent ... peDfion agent 

C. F". Stanlford do 

V. B. UTiDgilon do 

O. Foole do 

E. HnHumDeller . do .. 

P. C. Jeffrka do 

O. F. Emeiy 



J. W. Cbapmu) 

H. D. Mewnan ... do.. 

J. OrajKui....... .......... '. do.. 

J. C. Qreen 

A. lIcKlnlty 

W. B. Woodniff,hit«... 
hVickMT 



1,301 IT 

147 81 

7,041 71 

1,231 4S 

I, eTO 31 

101 34 

10,046 to 

16,733 3S 

1,659 M 

4,971 10 

149 64 

..do 11,837 61 

..do 149 18 

..do 021 78 

806 00 



..do.. 



371,654 SS 
1,800 00 

i.eco 00 
1,000 00 

6,000 00 
3, 600 00 
3,600 00 

600 00 
1,800 00 
1,100 00 

4SS 00 
1,700 00 
6,809 IS 
6,000 DO 

408,319 74 



b latf 11, 1848, Ahwrjf 3, 1863, mtim 1, md mtJtr ipteial acU <f Om^rm. 



ToJ. B ailtinga 


p^to^i 


6,300 00 


J. M. Smith . 






hucVuideTpoel 


, do 


6,000 00 




















C. C. AbenuthT 

0. aThompKm 


do 

do 


800 00 

S,»00 00 
































V. B. UriDgrton 


do 


10,903 63 








luac B. Camn 


do , 


16.000 0« 










Cwricdfonnid 






«ia0,1517« 



276 



AND EZPKNDITCrBBS. 
Tf^ASnXEUT OF THE INTEBIOB. 





Brought forward,. 

penaioii .gent , 

do 




130,252 TS 
l.OSO M 
>,800 00 


ToE.N. Fuller 

B.C. Kent 


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5,0M TT 






























6,0M 00 
fi,H3 >a 
4, ODD 00 
2,000 00 
10,000 00 


G. F. Emery 

H.O.Kibbe 


do , 

do , 


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iBaao LewlB 






l,»>ft M 








»,0«0 00 


























tol lowing repay men ta : 


l.GOO M 

1, ITS la 

Ifi.OTO fi6 

2,9U 11 

t,S81 88 

tlSST 

(M 3S 

235 M 

1,320 SS 

1,CT6 54 




From which deduct the 


186, TOC 60 


B. N. FuUar 


Aa 




luBcO. Bamea 

P. Dickinson 

C. C. Abernathy , 


do 


























28, 7M «1 
SISS,911 79 







To P. Elnne;, deceased IS 06 

J. Martin, deoeaeed B 30 

L. Vogel 14 00 

8 Clark, deceased U 48 

H. LIpford, deceaied <8 80 

D. Mattlngly, deoeaud 86 S3 

H. Heioecke 36 M 

U. L Poplin, deceased 11 00 

K Bnder (8 8T 

LydiaBoae 21 00 

TemperBDOe ThMuM 21 T8 

Jaoobine Hlldebntnd Ill 44 

H. anmt in 00 

J. Fuiutoii H 00 

M. Brown, decewed 16 80 

Hvgaxet Haupin ...... ......... .... 60 38 

Elinbeth Jackaon 78 00 

P. Hoon, deceased 99 30 

KUnbeth Ctoel, deoeaaul 14 4S 

CutM fonrud .^ iUlU T* 



BSCEIFT8 AND EXFENDITUBE8. 277 
leST-'SS. DEPARTIfENT OF THE DTTEEIOB. 

Bionithtfonrud 1,113 76 

1\> L. F. SklrvSD, deeeawd 35 44 

J. Eller, decsBBsd 90 BO 

SanbAan Smith 21 00 

J-Oraj 86 00 

HugKret Outer 46 US 

J. FkrreU 46 80 

Chtharine Herth 31 00 

W. Wllliami. deceued 63 05 

0. W. ■WOlig 96 00 

J. Hoi^iDB 16 00 

J. Hdlor 36 00 

W. L. ndwell 34 00 

E. M. Bromi 878 10 

jMn«s Johoaton, dMcased... . ..... IS 00 

IMc«j Brocbenrfdge 14 00 

F. Doo«r, deeeawd 31 66 

K. Btapp 14 00 

Dercu Short.. 113 86 

D. Perry, deoeawd 15 S3 

*. C, WUford, deoBMed 30 40 

UIlMHoliun 46 SS 

B. DMtl 96 00 

Wly Jonet 346 B8 

Sally Fr««mui 84 00 

Elizabeth Smith 10 00 

Gliubeth Tooey 43 79 

ElinlMth Ward 246 88 

B. LemoDds, deceased 9 19 

create 192 00 

I Dull, decreed 78 00 

Barah Hambrtght 41 00 

A. Qreenleaf 17 60 

W. Hogan, deceawd 31 00 

Ellmbeth Markoll, deceased 22 SI 

W.N. Hays, deoeawd - 31 00 

T. E Loudon 96 00 

B. BrowD, deceased 99 46 

P. Kelly 62 S6 

M. McCormick S3 Of 

Ann Cook 40 00 

Calrin Martin, deceased 21 00 

Elimbeth WUeon, deceased 19 44 

r. H. Port«T 319 IT 

A.Tripp 60 00 

J, A. Rogcn 90 00 

8. Speer, deceand 27 00 

FrederlaiMuller 63 00 

J. R Owen 108 00 

W. Smith, deceased « 00 

D, Cnlbertson 48 00 

TU4tha Newsom 63 00 

Orther Iferrow 19 29 

L BobUnt, deoeased 36 10 

W. L. PrcKott, deceased. 21 00 

D. Jamea S5 7S 

p. Morphy 48 00 



Cornelia Ettiog, deceand 8 10 

W. McLeod, deoeawd H 18 

Saiah Jones 40 00 

, IB 04 

Carried forward ,^16,06166 



278 BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBltfS. 

lBST-'58. DBPABTUEttT OF THB IMTEEUOB. 

Brought fannid S,DCT H 

To Nuicy Flodlej 1 Ill » 

W. Moore 118 M 

Mary Pock II 00 

A. UoLmd, deoeaMd .^ ........... S> H 

T. Hlllaga tBS OO 

A. DUlon XO Bft 

D, D. Eentoton 884 00 

Bachael Sloan, decsBaed €4 60 

Ball; Danton, d«ceaaed OS H 

A. Webb U 00 

B. Clarke, deceased «1 te 

T. Olardj, decewed I« 75 

J DeUoey 144 00 

Eliwbeth Johns, deceated St 45 

C. OhUdB 140 00 

Anna MUler, deceaaed 9 » 

J. UcHino 14 00 

J. B. Price. deoeBBBd 41 00 

F. CMtlebertT, deceased 18 27 

Buah Key, deoeaeed 61 10 

BlUabeth Metcalf, deceued 6 70 

W. Breeding, deceaaed 06 00 

earah Boles, deocased 16 II 

H. 6rier, deceaaed IS 39 

C. B Packer, deceaeed 41 00 

Martha Caeey 119 61 

Bath Steele, deceaeed 24 70 

J. Holliooat, deceaMd S4 00 

Clarissa Laae 14 00 

H. aoott. deceased 4S 00 

T. Klsner, deceased 4! 00 

Matilda Bonis 11 00 

J. Tuttle, decoawd 31 10 

T. H. Jndson 192 00 

Jane HcUUlen, deceaaed 4 77 

Fanny Flaher . .... SO DO 

EliiabethHIU 161 71 

Betesv Ana Haxcey, deceaaed . 10 78 

T Lowe 48 00 

Mary ataCford SO 00 

J. Witter 140 00 

F. WatlB 3B0 00 

Catharine Jordan 28.1 61 

Bebecca Prinoe 21 67 

A. Moaick 191 00 

A. L. Agg S84 00 

Martha Myriek, deceased 117 M 

Isbam Brown, decexsed ... ..... ... ... II 00 

W, W. Peablee, deceased 8 61 

3. Hnore, deceased SO 16 

J. Booa, deoeasod 27 00 

J. McAoley 380 00 

Annlnrin II 00 

J. Ferguaon 461 74 

Chloe Woodruff, deoeaaed 1 68 

Bulb Atwood, deceaaed 13S 30 

Catharine Coker 90 00 

C Hall 144 00 

Margaret Bradford, deceawd 9 68 

B B Mason, deceaaed 322 00 

P. Triplett, deceaaed 28 21 

Canied forward ^- $11,179 OS 



RECEIPTS iSD £XFENDITDBB8. SW 
18BT--68. DBPABIUENT OP THE IHTSEIOR. 

Bronglit forward 11,179 08 

To E«ilah Wert 81 00 

J. WBtkliw ti OO 

A. Smith. Jr 48 00 

Kwd»h Honbkll 48 OO 

W. 0. Oonkiin 201 60 

W. Spraggina 71 00 

B. P. TWe, deowwed 69 00 

B. Green 7S 00 

Charles Uartin Ifl 00 

C. M. Creaaer — 102 OO 

Mar; Aon UcKeniia . ........ .... 63 00 

8aUy Ftoley, deceued 11 10 

U. Amu 48 00 

MaiKaretta Babel 2T 8S 

Belaey BriiUr, deoBMed 20 32 

W. CanBack.deoeaMd S4 U 

Nancy Bii«ell 21 00 

Charity Armaiu, dooeaaed . .... ............. 61 86 

Paoliue Barbee IDC 12 

J. Seognve. deceased 24 8T 

Mary Q<Aag 30 00 

B. Qoodion, deceased 74 02 

Hillicont Spencer 21 OO 

J. Madden 48 00 

Either Bennett SO 00 

H. SchrMer 480 00 

J. Stokee, decaaed 68 00 

SllMheth Whitaker 60 00 

flamh Variel. deoeaMd 18 62 

Ann Hatfield, deosaaed fiS 62 

Sataunah Haakall 85 38 

Catharine Schajlei, dsoeaaad - 21 88 

J Laiul>ert, deceaaed - 2T 36 

U. Bj^eanuQ 98 OO 

W. Bloom 48 00 

Latj Aakworth 41 00 

H. J ^p«y 814 00 

J. H. Walker, deoeaaed 25 H 

Tereae Milowaky 270 00 

W. Qates 140 00 

K. Aleiaoder 770 IS 

Joseph Smith 384 00 

Mary Add W. Skepherd, dt'ceaaed 77 S8 

J. B LancaeUr, deoeaaed 147 00 

Nancy Kilchea 10 SO 

atherEeed 187 50 

AnaE. Macky, dticeaaed 137 10 

B. Bandeia, deceaud 08 48 

Fegtry Catpenter 481 00 

B C. Brown, deceased 21 00 

A. Petri, deceased 70 70 

Elizabeth Ayres 40 00 

Andrew Hatfleld, deceased 41 00 

W. Perkint, deceaied 6 37 

S. Lew, daoeaeed , 106 00 

Mary Deforest 48 00 

Mary Kent, deceased 12 02 

W. Fairchild 431 00 

F. Bouneberg 48 00 

O, Alexander, deceaaed .... .... . 87 00 

J«Ne Joboaon, deceased 88 80 

Carried forward »7,660 IS 



BECEIPT8 Aim EZPENBirnBES. 



MS7-'5S. DEFABTUENT OF THE INTaSIOB. 

Brought fomid 17,660 18 

To L. Janes 24 00 

Har; Frederick, deceased . . .... 4 IT 

J. Oibhe 24 00 

J. Baitoell 81 73 

J. PhillipB, decetued 42 00 

Nancy H. Bennoldg Jl 00 

BoBumah Powell, deceaeed ......................... . — 14 16 

Elimbeth Ulnear 42 00 

W. Petera 72 00 

W. S. ThomaB 48 00 

KlinLbetb' Orifaos, deceaaed 116 71 

D. HcCaUater, deceaaed 17 23 

W. Leggltt, docoaaed 40 07 

Fanny Smith 105 00 

ChriiUftBa Oteioer 21 00 

Bath Uorey, deceaaed 66 49 

a D. Moon, deceaaed 120 00 

D. Bonhan, deceased 21 00 

T. J. Myers 06 00 

Margaret Hewitt, deceaaed . .. ...... 7 41 

Maeke Caldwell 177 24 

SuaannaLb Krd, deceaaed 21 00 

J. Newkey, deceaaed S3 21 

J, D. Potter 472 SO 

8. Wilkinson 144 00 

Margaret WUkeiKm 20 00 

Barbara Vanbof 21 00 

Stephen Jonei, deceaaed ............... . 63 00 

Leah Kerr ., 63 00 

Catharine ^rks 40 00 

C. F. Cotton, deceased 67 60 

G.W.Boswell, deceaaed 06 00 

Lacretia Petty 21 00 

Elizabeth Bercane 4S 00 

M. Humphrey, deceaaed 22 90 

Lncj Wldger — 26 33 

D. Ottig ot Otto, deceaaed 21 00 

Sally WeuoD, deoeaaed 18 41 

A. Uoeflvr, oJiai Devlin, deceaaed 21 Ot 

Kezlah Wiley, deceased 36 45 

A. Campbell, deceased 20 00 

T. C. Hammond, deceased ISO 00 

EUiabeth Eckhart, deceased 27 13 

H. Boas, deceased SO 08 

JaneA. Panl 60 68 

H. Mills, deceaaed *7 68 

W.Sbeppard 48 00 

W. Vickorj, deceased Ill 47 

T. Swan, deceased 126 00 

Sally Hiaee 13 S3 

8. G. Croncb - 116 00 

D. Blalock, deceased IB B* 

Mary Coi 20 00 

Edj Carroll 21 00 

Holly epencer. deoraaed Sll 10 

Elisabeth Lakey, deceaaed 67 46 

J. B. Peck, deceased 85 72 

S. Oarriaon, deceaaed 26 S9 

IsBa« B. NtchoU 48 00 

Luclnda Prichaid 21 00 

W.W.SpBncer »• 00 

Carried forwaid .^ 121,357 06 

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RECEIPTS AND EXPElTOITUaES. 281 
1857- 'Ba. DEPABTMEHT OF THE INTEBIOB. 

Brought forward 21,367 DC 

To Thene7 D&niel 21 01 

D. BrookB, 4«caaMd 10 12 

Uarthn B. Shaw 42 00 

Xutha RbIiu 83 12 

Dolly Palmer, dweaaed 48 00 

Uarj Muicheiter. decowed .... 1T6 IS 

EUabeth Hlcknua ISO 09 

T. Cummingg, deoMaed 14 IB 

J. Uorgan, deoeMed 24 89 

B. Hiala, daceMod 45 87 

J. LMTimura, deoeawd - 2 98 

Tatdtha Lomaz, deoaaoed 13 4S 

Catharine Oriat, decaaaed 71 4S 

L. Darla, deoeaaed 42 00 

E3«aiior Chapman . . 11 00 

Uugsret WajMii, deoeaaad ...... .... 11 OS 

Clara Oriffin 4S 64 

W. Lomax, deowwed 117 80 

C.T. Hnddleston, deceased 60 00 

J. Turk 86 00 

J. Van Roe 48 00 

HeeterTtlaoD 13 11 

Margaret Donaldaon ...^.............. , ......... 71 CO 

Maiy AllIflOB, deceMed 119 4S 

R. Watwm 9G 90 

Wlnnej Covington 11 00 

Sarah Stregel, deeeaaed 3 72 

P. Maloney 12 91 

Anne Hntcbiaon 33 48 

B. Ferguaon, deceased 12 31 

W. Hfggins 128 00 

V. B Mile^ deceased 128 70 

A. FrankUn 363 80 

H. Sea™, deceased 147 00 

Haij Ann Eleniee SO 30 

laaac A, Cramby, deceased...... 21 00 

Hannah Adoma, deoeased .. 11 00 

Uary H. Shearman, deceased....... 72 19 

Hary Strickland, deceased 9 13 

B-P. Heal 14 00 

0. lAwreaoe, deceased S3 26 

0. Karscker, deceased 8 74 

D. Edenfield, deceased 62 9S 

Barbara Fox 42 00 

Patience Bnshee, deceased 21 4S 

J.Cramer, deceased..... ...... ......... ...... 6i 00 

Patty Colion, deoeawd 34 S2 

J. Miller, deceased 42 00 

Hargaiet Stevenson, deceased 46 00 

DeUla Netocm «6 66 

L. FnubllD 14 00 

3. May, deceased 27 78 

Margaret Smmons.... ............................. 13 66 

W. Lawrmoa, deoeased...................... ....... ... 47 47 

T. Pouion, deoeaaed 73 63 

Martha Deakbu 10 00 

Catharine Seger, deooaaed .... ................. 7 91 

8 Boorll, deoeaaed 36 93 

8 H Offatt 48 00 

Bally MatteeoD, deceased 34 n 

ntsoIftElng 76 00 



Carried forward _|14,612 «B 



282 EECEIFTS AND EZPENSITnBES. 

1SST-'6B. DBPABTUENT OP THE INTIIRIOB. 

BRraght forwaid 31,GIS H 

To R. Waddle, deceaud *i 00 

Judith WinneTord, deceaaad 5B 12 

L Odell 48 00 

W. Boltord 191 00 

Hargaret Buffington, deceased .................. 14 IC 

J. loglett, deceased 61 49 

0. J. Shepparf 14* 00 

Bboda Applegate, deceased ........ . — 3 3S 

J. To»r, deceased 13 OS 

0. Lamberton, deceAaed . ... 10 tS 

T. Oatca, deceased SO 00 

J. Huff, deceased IT SO 

5. S Carter, deceased 31 00 

T. Qlbba, dr-ceaeed 27 47 

D, Vaodlke. deceased 1 •* 

Ann BlWcy, deceased 17 93 

G.Hlney, deceased 16 1« 

Frances U. Hadnal) 71 TO 

K Eogen, deceased ) 40 

B, Q. Pitta, deceased ISl fil 

J. Conroy 64 OO 

J. CafT. deceased 21 M 

B. H.6onrland, deceased 61 >0 

Mary Barney, deceased 24 tt 

LoDisa Brace 10 90 

B. Clements, deceased ...... 6 49 

B. D. Allen 48 90 

Sarah Fuller 30 90 

HasM; Stoker 21 00 

Sasauaah SmiUi, deceased 16 78 

Abigail Kemp, deceased 20 31 

Catharine Lackey, deceased 34 34 

Mary Wiltbanka .^ 3! 32 

Joanna Brewster ...... 89 00 

Deborah SimoDi, deceased ............ II 58 

Julia Ward 41 OO 

B CauRhman 316 OO 

Bathsheba PenneU 14 00 

W. A. Goiman 460 90 

W. Dufeubeij, deceased 23 SS 

M. W. Hadaoa, deceased 94 70 

B. L.Beftll 64 00 

J. Stratton, deceaaed 41 00 

W. Bennett, deceased S7 37 

H. Cope, deceased 44 17 

Mary Harrison, deceased ..... . ....... 14 71 

Bebeoca Johnson, deceased...... ..... .... . ...... 1$ 10 

J. B. Pierce, deceawd 21 OO 

C. Wagner, deceased 31 90 

Elisabeth Knox, ducessed 8 li 

C. DooUn 48 00 

8. Bennett, 2d. deceased 6 14 

B. LoDfrley. deceased ... . ..... It 9S 

AnnMcNeall 27 90 

E. Farnnm, deceased 23 SI 

M, Shay 9< 9ft 

W.J, Matbls 9S OO 

Susannah Moore, deceased.............. ... . ... 42 4C 

6. H. Hughes 64 00 

W. McGulrt, deceased 42 00 

Israel Baker, deceased 20 3C 

CHriedfonmd 137,686 SB 

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BECEIFT8 AND EXPENDITUBEB. 283 
18ft7-'118. DEPABTUENT OF THE INTBBIOB. 

ftODghtfonraid i7,CB8 96 

To Bebecck Aleundn SO 00 

Samh Jobe « 00 

N. White 28S 00 

laucOiiuM, doMMcd ........ 63 00 

Nancj Wnd, decMsed .' 10 40 

IMadeiiu, ojini Ballj Ouej 21 00 

J. Ball, dsceMcd _ BO 11 

Chulotto Wimlow 78 00 

H. Houk, deoaued 19 01 

W. Bkvgbart, deoeaaed 41 00 

J. HetMresD, deMaaod.. ............ ......... 300 II 

J. Dojle 48 00 

AuuHotiM ..... 40 00 

BanbQrorM. 11 00 

C. Camdl, deMaaed 41 00 

W.J. UuM,daoaaMd 67 17 

D. BTTaoD, deceaied 4 40 

SylTUla Arnold 10 00 

W. W. Eledeffei, deceaaad 19 87 

H Bae&nlJer, deceaaad-. ...... .......... .. ...... 21 00 

B-Lee, decetwed ..... .... ...... 4 S6 

BUnbeth Audenoii tS 00 

S18,94i 83 

f^om which dednct the following tepftjmeut : 

Bj W.Vlckory Ill 4T 

»28,e31 41 



B^f-pt pmtioM to MMbx <md arpim,. poyoib (ArotyA 0. TUrd AtOtor-, 


•^»- 


W. A. Slaughter, deceMcd, 






















H. AbllDg or Ebllng, daccaaed 


140 00 
















tl, 673 90 
























B. Seidell 












B. W. DkltoD 


do 


600 00 
6,494 OB 






































CkTried foiwaid 






..130.101 43 



284 



KBCEIPTS AND EXPEKDITnBES. 



lB67-'58. I 


EPABTMENT OK THE INTEEI 

Brought fonrerf 
peiwlonBgeiit 


3B. 




To B. Allen 




650 00 


















Secretary of the N»T)r, 








the following rafwymeDta: 

pensloa (gent 

do 


301 83 
180 83 
131 00 
7,914 C9 
!76 17 
1, 706 16 
37 00 
39 61 
96 IS 




From which deduct 

B; 8. D. And«TM>n 

J. C. Qwen 

S.W. Dalton 


»,451 11 










do 


















fy^V«")lomi^mdorfhmM;aA 


10, 70« 09 




AufM 11, 1848 


Na^p«Am,{ 


$11,745 11 








31,838 17 
















































RBeiden!!::::"';. 






































18,400 00 
























S,(60 00 














































140 00 
















63 00 


From which deduct the following rep«7)neiits ; 
By J. C. QiMD ptnirion >Beiit 


!77 75 
471 M 
7»00 
4,000 00 
71 00 

e 00 

41 00 


133, 6SB M 


J. B.Glttingi 


do 










Q. W. BmBTj 

P. WcUiaon 




4,940 » 
$118,717 4S 




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SECGIPT8 AND EXFENDITUBES. 285 

DBPASTHENT OP THE INTEEIOB. 



TbS. D. Andenon pennon agent 148 00 

T. B. Uytngnloii ..........do . . 266 OO 

a. W. Riggs do 204 00 

3. 8. Qlttings do 218 00 

8. W. Diaton do 108 00 

buc 0. BuDM do SSS OO 

J. Qnjaoa do 73 00 

J. E. DsTitt do 32 00 



From which deduct the following lepoTmento : 

Bjr V. B. lifingrtofi pensloDageDt 

J. OnjaoB ....... do 



0^ C. Bogg 84 00 

J. B. Smith 10 40 

Jane Brr«OD ............ ,,.,.......,.. ., , 60 00 

A. WUaon 18 00 

P. Lewb 10 00 

D. Hckering 3G 00 

EliMbethE. ChMidler, deccMed 63 00 

3. BtuTM 72 00 

C, H. BobiDBOD 4 00 

A. Snero . ......... .. . ...... 60 00 

A. Deeetidorf, deceased 76 20 

J. Johuon 144 00 

W. E»Ma 226 00 

P. AckeiQua 72 OO 



To P. DfckinaoD penilon ogeot SO 00 

0. Foote do 10 00 

J. B. KInkead do 60 00 

6. Belden -. do 100 00 

J. 6. Qlttinga do IS6 00 

V. B. Uvingiton do 734 00 

Imoc 0. Bamea do 6S6 00 

E-Peodletoii do 160 00 

0. P. Emci7 do 60 00 

J. C. QcecD do 30 00 

T. H. Clark do 60 00 

H C KIbbe do 7 48 

W. M. Daridaoa do 12 00 

0. W. RiggB do 200 00 

A. E, Maxwell do 10 00 

A. H. Hoyt do 30 00 

J, arajreoD do 10 00 

J. C. Coc^tan do 30 00 



Which deduct from the folIowlDg repaTmenf a : 
Bj Q. F, EmeT7 .. 
B.D. i • 



Carried forward $8, OH 01 Ci«%UR)^k» 



286 BECEIPTS AND EXPEHDITDBES. 

1867-'5e. DEPABTUENT OF THE INTERIOR. 

Brought furwud S, KI4 01 S,406 4S 

By A. E Maxwell iOO 00 

J. C. Oreen 73 30 

8.Belden 9« U 

Isaac 0. Bamea 41 76 

V. B. LiTJLgaton 11 25 

J.8.Morel 6« 74 

P.WcklBBon 194 IS 

J.CCochnui 11! 43 

B. Allen 148 74 

J.Qrayaon 19 SI 

3,800 SI 

Ezeemofrepajmenta 91,394 84 

fhi^Uns (r*^ vid llie Bla^aU notun ^ Octstar 17, 1856. 

To J. Havert; ..nipeTiiilendeiit . ..... 9,78S 60 

A.M.Eobinion do 7,100 00 

J. H. More 768 03 

n.E LenUD I, MS 94 

CronlD, HDntbal ft Bean 11,182 (0 

T. Poultney I.OM 00 

WhiUng, QalloQpe, Bllaa k Co 1, 131 80 



S33,03B 87 



lyfiOitig IrtelienBiAtht Cbmaneiei, MSovat, and Apadm ^ Arbauat riw. 

To A. rnmtnlng . .. nipeilDtendeikt ............ 6,000 00 

A.M.BobiD»on do 3,000 00 

J. H. Moore T06 06 

Croofn. HuntbalftSemi 12,219 41 

T. Ponltney 1,303 fiO 

H.B.Lemaii 1,441 93 



From wbtch deduct the following Tep*rtneiit; 
By A. CnmmiDg, lat« snperintendaDt . .... 



falling trtatymik lit ai^ptiBat(^LaJitSi^tHvr<if Slumber Z9, 1864. 

To A. M.Fitch, Indlanagent 15,881 67 

A.FlNce 4B0 00 

J. F. ShaflbT 160 OO 

J. B. Landry 650 00 

V. Boy, er 6,000 00 

CronlD, Harxthal ft Sean 16,145 67 

H.B Lenutn 1,196 00 

Brnff Urotber ft Seavet 1,996 00 

W, Hattaews 3,769 00 

J. M. Gordon 1,500 00 

66,607 34 
From which deduct tb« following repayment : 

By A. U. Filch, Indian Bgeot 3,000 00 



163,607 34 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBG8. 287 

18S7-'58. DEPABTMENT OF THE IHTERIOR. 

JHQIav tnaSa v>» Ut Ohrpanai ^Lah S^frior aiulAi K-imgipi. 

To W. J. Callen, mperiDteiideDt 1,400 00 

0. E. Netlletoa 4TT SS 

C. H. Beanlieo 068 S3 



To J. Haverty, luperiDteDdent 






12.436 4S 
>300 00 


rd^lii«fftr«tu»Mtl»CUtp«M^i 


irmr. 

21,S78 60 




































































1,374 71 
















































2,133 63 
































otUmMfpitfrnn^n, 






M4.491 H 


F,JfiainaMywiAO^Ch^pm^^ 


I8S5. 

48,083 35 






































61,898 3S 














•60,916 S3 



AtfiOnf tr(itfHt>nA(A<C%>MiM^ SmM SU. Mail. 
To*. M. Fitch, Indian «gent »17,475 00 

Rimming trtatia with Oit ChgipaMi, Memtoiim, Wmubagea, and JVcv IVi Miau. 

To A. D. Boncrtsel, Indian Kgent 1,311 50 

H. Delaney, HpedBl agent 1,266 50 

•2,678 0* 

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288 BBCEIPTS AND EXPENDITDBES. 

18S7-'6B. DEPABTUENT OF THE INTEBIOB. . 

Ri^llmemiamvilklluCnila. 

ToD. H. Cooper, ladUn agent «,S!0 00 

E. W Behon, sacreUry 3,000 00 

T. Ponltue; I,S35 9S 

CroniD, Hnnthil 4 Sear* 8,084 Bl 

40,340 M 
From which deduct the Mlowlng rapaTinenta : 

Bj E. Bector, mperintendent C,959 69 

C. E. mx, apedal agent 3,061 II 

10,020 90 

$30,310 00 



f^^fiOuiglnalieMmAOuCluduuaBl. 

To D. H. Co<q>«T, Indian agent 9,000 00 

E. KcVem n W 



tS,002 00 



^^fiUoff IrtUMi tdA At Oodam. 



To D. H. Cooper, Indlaaagent 10,060 00 

W. Lowrie, eecietuy 8,000 00 

(3S,060 00 

Fa^UHMg tnatim mlh Ot Chadai, Seolai, onf Vmpjya*. 

To J. V. NeamtOi, nperintendeDt 9, (10 00 

Bmff Brother ft Saft?er (lOO 00 

10, 010 00 
From which deduct the following lepajment : 

Bj J. Palmer, late taperintendeot 8,307 31 

Sl.TOS 68 



To J. W. Neamtth, roperiutendtDt 14,010 00 

From which deduct the bUowliig repaTraent : 

Bj J. Palmer, lat« euperinteadent G,4t6 68 

$9,093 41 

AIjEObv fnatm mA Ol Mauarm. 

To J. HaTortf, saperhitendent 1,450 00 

P, lAmmond, dlibaraing dcrk ..... 900 00 

M- Bofnton, treaantBr 8,86! 60 



|S, 9» 50 

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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITOHES. 289 

1867-'5B. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTEaiOB. 

Fulfilling treatg uilA At Dtlaymtt—piOMidM i^ land. 

To J.fl&rertj, Hupemiteiideot 100,000 00 

A. M. Robinsou, Bupcrmtendcat 2,600 00 

RiggB&Co., special agenU 800,000 00 

P. Lunmoiid, dUbaraiDg clerk I,fi00 00 

V. Eddy, commUsioDer . .... 3,160 14 

CMundee lOB 00 

T. i. B. Cramer 100 00 

G, Kn*pp&CD IB 60 

907,369 64 
From nhlch deduct the following repajment: 
B7 Uggs & Co., special Bgenla 414 9S 

1906,964 68 

Hi^miiS trmUn icith lAe Florida hidiaBt, vr SemiaeUi. 

ToE-BectOT, iaperintendent 170,000 00 

D. H. Cooper, Indlsii agent . .. 3,000 00 

CroniD, HuTitliBl & Sean 3,668 09 

176,668 09 
From which deduct the following repaymenla : 

B7 E. BectoT, niperintendent 1,168 60 

J. DreDDeo, late tuperlDtendent . 66 67 

B. H. SmitbBOD, late Indian gub-agent 160 00 

C. E-Uix, special agent 609 64 

1,874 71 

S174,793 38 

liilfiBing (raifM wiA tit loaat. 

To A. H. BobltuoD, guperintendeDt 3.011 03 

W. Lowric, Kectctary 1,876 00 

t4,916 03 

Fu^UtHQ tnatin leilA titt lo i iii pncndi <^ \md. 

To J. HareTtj, mpcrintendent 10,460 00 

BiggB k Co , apedai BgcDls . . . 116,000 00 

N. Eddj, commiulonet ... . .... 1,667 36 

G. Enappft Co 19 60 

147,046 86 
From which deduct the tollowlng rcpapnent : 
Br Bl^i A Co., BpecUligenta 116 84 

•146,931 02 

Fuljaia^ ff«>:fiM wiiA lit Katmu. 

A. CnmmiDg, raperibteadetit ... 540 00 

J. Havert;, Baperintendent...,. ........ . 8,000 00 

P. lAmmond, diibnrtiag clerk. 403 00 

SB, 943 00 



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290 RECEipra and expenditubes. 

1867-'68. DEPABTMENT OF THE MTEWOR. 

AdUlnv irwfiu wM Ik Kiduipoot. 

To J. HKvertj, anpeTtnteodent 1T,SOO 00 

W. Lowrie, secTOtarj 8,250 00 

SiO.TfiO 00 

I^yUling Inatia tritk Ike KadcoMkiat, Funiaa, Wtat, ami PiaJutliawt 
To J. Hftverty, auperiDtendent ..... 13,470 00 

A. M. SobinBon, mperlDteudeot ...... .... ......... 4T0 00 

Ber. E. Holoian G95 31 

SU,636 31 

A(AJJnV liwtMf wtlA lib Katbuldiu, Ploria$, Wta§, aid PiamkaluMt—prouedi tf lamd. 

To J. UavtTtj, nperintendeDt... . 10,000 00 

BiggB&Co., Epecbl Bgenta S2T,0Tfi 00 

B. S. StereDS, oomminioner 4, S22 SO 

J. T. Soutter 38,700 00 

J H.Wheeler 9,22S 00 

G. Knappft Co 19 50 

J. C. McCoj 618 SO 

190, 190 SO 
From which deduct the foUowlDg Tepkyment : 
By IUge8&Co.,iped«l>gente 115 S3 

•290,074 ST 

fiiffiiUMg IrtatU* milk Ou Hiamut. 

To J. Eaverty, aaperintendent 38,844 ZS 

A. M. BoblnBoo, euperintendent...... . 8,498 39 

H. Beard, Bpecinl agent 17,072 90 

F. TAfODtalne, deoewed 5*0 00 

JowpbaneBoiid;...... .... S4 4fi 

65,070 03 
From which deduct the followlag repayment ; 
ByKBeard, late Bpedid agent 387 41 

S6t,68S 62 

AjiCUiiV tnatiet wUk tit JHoniM o/ Ed rntr. 

To H. Beard, spedal agent $1,IOO 00 

J'iiyUlmg iTtaliti ttUA Iki Mtntmeutf. 

To A. D. Boneiteel, Indlanagent IS.DtS CC 

H. Delaoey, spedal agent 11,300 OO 

E. D. Oumaer — iOO 00 

J. Clark 6,0«* tX 

S7,770 88 
Ftotn which deduct the following npayment ; 
By F. Hoebechnumn, late «np«rlDtendtnt...... .. ........ 7,790 14 

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BECEIPTa AND EXI^3miTDBE8. dvl 

ISS7-'68. DEPAfiTMBHT OF THE INTERIOB. 

A^aUag IimMm uilk Oe Sitt^Mt. 

IV) J. 8. Cdhonn, btogovGmor, tc 8,133 2> 

T. Ponltney 3,770 90 

Cronin, Harxthal ASeon T,3S4 «6 



fiiyUliiig ImUUt tnUk On OUMBOa and ChifptoM. 





6, ISO 00 








$6,!20 00 


Piiljiait irooliu »ilA tU OltoioM a,d Chifpmat of IRchign. 




H. A. k W. 8. Goodyew 


8T 43 










































8 Salonde 






















































•fiS. 252 8i 



Fuf^ing fradM wOli tin Otagn. 

To D. H. Cooper, Indian agent 13,001 00 

Rev. T. P O'Logbleo !,869 05 

T. Poultney 704 00 

C'lOotD, Hurxthal A Sean 6,775 00 

WhitiDg, Qalloupe, Btiw A Co ISO 00 

23, 609 09 
Fiom which deduct the fblloiriiig repajment: 

By H. Harrej, late Indian iab-agent 741 GS 

S22,TB7 41 



292 KECEIFTS AM) EXPBNBITDBES. 

185T-'6S. DBPABTHENT OF THE INTEBIOB 

Futfitling Ireatim witt Oi OntOiit. 

To J. Haverty, Bnperintendcnt *»,i9B 13 

J. B. HoberUon, lodian agent 378 6* 

W. Lowrie, secretary 2,312 60 

F. Ferguson 120 00 

SS2,30T IT 

FulfiUaig Irtalin wUh IMt OOMbm <^ Sataoi. 

To J. HaTertj, saperintendeat J,<00 00 

P. Lammond, diabaiBiug clerk SOD 00 

$1,900 00 

fidfiOms maUm wiA tlu OBm and JfiMowwi. 

To J. Haverty, gnptrintendent 28,021 8S 

W. Lonrie, wcretary 1,4M 76 

2»,4»1 SO 
From which deduct the following rqayments : 

By A. M. EobluBOQ, supeiiiiteDd«nt 1,115 00 

W. W. DeaaiMD, Indian igeot 37 GO 

1, lei SO 

«S8,319 10 

AffiBiiv tnaSu wiA lie Paaavaim m . 

To J. HftTerty, EDpeiintendeot 18, SOS 34 

A. M. ritch, Indian agent 1,587 50 

P. lAtnmond, diabarmog clerk...... . 2,276 GO 

BeT. F. P. Loghlen G,209 10 

Bhft-behney 200 OO 

A. Hobinsrai 600 00 

38,378 44 
From which deduct the following rapayments : 
By Isaac Winston, laie Indian agent .. 2)1 GO 

G. W. Cluke, late Indian agent 90 88 

881 47 

$37,995 {T 

Fi^lmg frwttn vith Ou Pagawalemki i/lAt B^m. 
To A. M. Fitch, Indian agent $400 00 

FiJfili»g tnatia vM eMain bandt <f PvgtCt Smri Mtani. 

To Isaac I. Bte»(nB, gorenior, Iw 4,500 00 

J. W. Neamith, BUpariotondwit 15,600 00 



$20, 000 

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•DBPABTMBNT OP THE nTTEBIOE. 



To D. H.Cooper, Indian Beent 


880 00 








$2,076 99 


A{(SUii9 frntw wi(& A) Ayuc Amr AiAont. 


3, BOO 00 






















D.F.PI»her 






















ST.IBT 4S 



aqfOt 

To W. A. Oonnan, late gorernor, Ac . 8SS 62 

W.J.Callen, loperinUndeDt 316,019 63 

T.Biuquier 1,940 00 

B.E.LemBD 2,163 32 

J. WelU 1,900 DO 

T. Ponltney 1,900 00 

Cronin. HnnUuJ ft B8«™ 13,400 00 

WhiUng, Gidloup.. Blba ft Co 894 00 

N. 8. linooln 60 OO 



SI4 1,680 «T 



To J. HkvertT, nipeT)Dt«nd«iit 8,400 00 

A. U. BoUneon, fnperintendeDt Z,094 11 

P. lAnunond, diibuntng oleik - 1,700 OO 

W. Lowrle, woretaiy 7B0 OO 



To D. H. CM^»eT, Indlsa agsnt .. 



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1857-'68. DEPABTMENT OP THE DTTERIOB.' 

FiiffiUijiglrt(dittm&lluSatKattfSiKi York. 
IbH. H. JohnHD, lodltm agent SIl.MIS SO 



FiafOing iratMt uUhOtSe 
ToD. H. Hooper InHu Bgent — |1,630 00 



fSlifiUiaff frfoliH leith Hit Sluaniua. 

To J. HftTettT, (nperiDtoodent 100,000 00 

B. W. Sahon, secretwy 8,t50 00 

S103, T&O 00 



n^fitlag trnUm aiihlAiSix WMmt qf 2ftK Fori. 

ToA. D. Boawteel, Jndiui agent 6S2 00 

CtodId, Hnjxthal ft Sean 3,OS0 00 



S3, 933 DO 



F'u^ming trmtim wM lit StedMigm. 
To J. Havertjr, Miperint»deDt KB 00 



To A. D. BonettMl, Indian agent 7,600 00 

H. Delanejr, special agent 3,000 00 

p. I^mmond, diaburstng clerk OSS 00 

S. W. Beall 4,250 DO 

15,408 00 
From which deduct the toti<m\ng ttfiijm«a,t ; 
B; W. J. Cnllen, inperintADdent T,6U 31 

$7,763 6> 



ToT. Pooltner BT6 00 

Cronin, Harzlhal, ft Sean 3,620 43 

4, ISC 43 
ntim which dednct the following repAjment : 

B; J. 8. CaULOtm, late goveinoi, &c 3,813 30 

•383 U 



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IS&T-'Se. DEFABTHENT Off THE INTERIOR. 

FidfiOiig Irtatia aM Ot Uttpquat, Cm Or*A hmi. 

To J. W. Nesmitb, (aperinUiDdent..... SDO 00 

Croain. Harxtbil ft Sesra — IfiG 6T 

Broff Brother & Seavei 93 33 

I, ODD 00 
Wblch dedact from tbe following tepajment : 

ByJ. Palmer, Uto mperinteDdeut 1,172 13 

Ezcea of repajmeDt $122 i3 

PalfiBing fraoltB wi& At Vmp^tat apd CUapoMoi. 

To J. W. Nesmith, snparintendent 8,040 00 

Wlifch deduct from the followiog lepaymeiit : 

By J. Palmer, late anperinteodeat 9, 18G 84 

EzosBa of repajment .......... $1,H5 64 

RiljWng trtaUei teith iJa Wiimtbagoit. 

To W. A. Qonnan, late governor, Ac.- --. .,.. 89 SO 

W. J- CuUeo, vuperinteadent 82,366 00 

T. Poultnej 1,286 20 

Cranhi, Horsthalft Bean 18,100 00 

1101,830 80 

Fa^mg Indim wlk At Wymiom. 

To. J. Haverty, ■DperiDtendent $126,666 6T 

/nhroC dw Ch^pnau, OOaum, imd PaUaiealoimm—tdiKatiat. 

To Rbt. R. Holman 2,402 99 

Bev. P. P. O'Loghlon 1,649 30 

•3, 96! Sg 

htamt dot C^^peuat, OUaaiu, and Pmnealom i i M w to . 

To J- Haverty, mpeiiDteiient 2,000 00 

P. lAmmood, dkbonlDg clerk 176 00 

S, ITS 00 
From which deduct the following Tepayment : 

By IiMC WinatoD, late Indian agent 166 97 

$2,009 03 

AtotK Am O^MUnct — tda e a ft ew. 

To P. P. Pltchlynn, saperintendent 6,334 68 

C. Stone, roperlntendeiit ......... .......-.- SO 00 



$6,384 68 

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185T-'iW. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. 

bMrwt Am Ckedttu trphan nttraiattnu. 

ToD. H. Cooper, IndlM agent 8,608 00 

H. H. Worthlogton H 00 

McClamhan, Trouedain ft Mil 8fi !S 

a. B. Adfuus 13 12 

E. BwkwUle 10 60 

•9,681 81 



bUtrtlt due Ghodaiet Hndr eonvniliim vUJi tht Chiduaavii. 

ToE. Sector, anperiiiteadent 703 12 

D. H, Cooper, Indian agent 20,121 78 

120,826 00 

IntmM An undo- Chemkti Irtat^ ^ 1836-'36. 
ToB. Hector, anperiatendeat tli, 166 17 

hitrmt Alt Cherdxe orpAjM. 
ToE. Sector, Baperiutendent ; $7,006 00 

Uttermt An OrtA orjAant. 

ToD. H. CoopsT, Indian agent 7,600 00 

W. Lowria, Becielaiy 2,000 00 

•9,600 00 



To A. D. Bonegteel, Indian agent $3,000 00 



To Bev. F. P. O'Logiilen »I,«6 85 

Merwt Aw OUokcU: nfBlmdiar^* f«tk. 
To J. T. JoDM $500 00 

bUrml An Simea: 
ToD. H. Cooper, Indian agent $1>6 00 



ToD. H, Cooper, Indian agent $446 U 

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183T-'68. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTEBIOR. 

Inlertd diu Sledibn^ia md Mimtui. 
To A. D. Boa«GteeI, Indian agent S624 iB 

Intend dut Wyandatti. 
toi. HiTcrty, Eupeiintendent tl0,891 38 

Carrying into igict Oie frMfy witk &a CUriimit <^ OOohtr, 183S. 

ToD. H, Cooper, Indian agent 60,000 00 

B. W, Seboo, «ecretu7 6,260 00 





lent.... 


ChtrtAicKJu>iiU—y%\.%. 


$66,260 00 




£2,834 2S 




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$23,214 26 


To Isaac I. Stoiens, gor 
J. W. Nesmith 


2,600 00 
8,«t25 00 
















































































































































































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t tbe fol 
HOT, &c 
ident. . 

■S«Dt. 


lowing repay mentB : 

1,91S 

6,691 




?»>m wblcfa deduc 

Bj D. Heritretber, govei 

J P^m«r. inperintei 


86, 664 26 

•. 60 
1 61 










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Cbnlingaiaa ef tht IniSan dijxrlnnrit. 



To J. 6 Cnlbauii, goTeTnor, &c... 
W.J CiilIeQ 


-anperintendent. 


ISO 46 

*,Z80 00 






































D.H. Cooper, 






















































































































W. Rico , 




Ul 11 








































































91 37 












80 16 
























11! 60 










































2S 11 


































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ToH.8. Wftrd... 

W. Homer 

E. Pritchett.. 



EECE1PT8 AND ESPEND1TUBE8. 
DBPAETMENT OF THE INTEBIOK. 

Brought forward 



From irhich deduct the followlDg repajmenta : 

B7 P. HuetBchmnDD, late ...BuperiDtendent 

J. C. O'Selll do , 

J Uontdomery lodiim agent 

J. W. Waahbourne, late do 

C Ovennon, deceased, late do 

B. A. C. Hatch, late do 

A. S. H. White, special do 

J. W. Denver, Coniiniaiioner of Indian A ffura 

N. Eddy, commlaaioner . 

E. B. OrayBon 



Pay if derk to uqitnnttndoit at St. Umx. 
lb A. Commlags, mperlntendent...... .. 

Pay <^ tUrk Id MfimaCMdnC in Oa^anaa. 

To B.F. Beale, lale tuperintendent 

T. I. Healy, anperintendeDt 



Temporary tUrii to n^trittttudoOt qf LhSiBt aftirt. 

To i. W. Nennith Baperlntendent 2,300 00 

J. L, Colliiu do., 760 00 

W. J.Cnllen do 1,»60 00 

J. Forney do 750 00 



Inadml^ eqpaam q/' Itidiat tenmx m CaUfomia. 



To T. J. H«nly, snpeiintaudeDt 

J. A. Pattenon, Indian ftgeat. .. 



2S,S»3 U 



From which deduct the following repajment : 
By B. F. Beale, lata superintendent (,20I 21 



ActAnioI egwuM ^ bi£ai mnict in I}UA Tttrftvry. 

To A. Camming, Buperintendent 300 00 

J, Forney, auperlatendeot .. . 9,291 84 

0. Hurt, Indian agent 19, 6M 911 

a. W. Amutrong, Indian >g«Qt 1,500 00 

QUb«t tGwrlsh 67* DO 



^1,148 BO 



302 SECEIPTB AND EX.PENDITUKES. 

1857-58. DEPAB.TUENT OF THE INTBBIOB. 

/netdnfol c^Mfuet if h^iaa tamx in WaAa^taa Tbrrlary. 

To leaac I. Stevens, governor, &c--- 18,000 00 

J. W. NfEinith,aup«rintendeat 54,768 08 

WellB, F«rgo4 Co l.OM JS 

>T6,S02 33 

Jneidmtol afoutt if LaMan mnxi fn Ortgcm l^rribirs. 

To J.W.Neamith, BnperintendeDl SO, 967 S4 

Wells, Fargo 4 Co 3,437 G3 

CtodIo, HuTztlul& BeatB 601 2S 

$54,907 82 

Aodbitel aptna <f /wfim trvkt in Niu JToiM. 

To D. Moriwether, governor, Sc 1,870 B4 

A. Cnmmliig, Bnperiatendent. ........... . ......... 3,1!>6 00 

J. L. Colliiu, anperlntendent 3S, 660 00 

W.B.Harlej, Indian agent 300 00 

C. Overman, deceased, late Indian agent . ........ 394 40 

8.KBaird, late Indian agent 780 13 

A. G. Ma^en, late Indian agent 199 IS 

J. H. More 1,041 SS 

Cronin. Hurzthal & Sean 6.445 76 

T. Poultney 4,8!6 01 

Wbltiug, Qallonpe, BlUi & Co 1.684 00 

67,694 89 
From which deduct tbo following repay menls : 

B7 A. Camming, saperintendeDt..... . 1,367 88 

L.Lnbadi, Indian agent 180 00 

A. Q. Mayera, late Indian agent 991 B3 

S,GI9 71 

*e5.0«6 II 

I/igoliatiag tnatit* milk /ndtoni m (TioA nrnfary. 

To J. C. O'Neill, soperlntendent 8.000 00 

J. Forney, iDdlanagBDt 19,128 40 

27,128 46 
From which deduct the following repayment : 

By J. C. O'Heill, Uto Bnperintendent 8,000 00 

SIV, 118 46 

ToW.J.Cullen, Boperintendent W6 »» 

Nyaliataig vith Ckifptua InHaiu n JfmrMNdi md WitoiuiK, {txUngiaMij tHU la lOnii.) 
ToW.J.CulIen,ioperintaindent %h'1* » 



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185T~'S8. DEPARFIIENT OF THE INTBBIOB. 

Bal£^ eaamal wilA SlaOiftel, dm Vatm, and alitriaU trim of Indimt (n FiuUvem nmfory. 

To A. CalbertaoD, ipudal agent 760 00 

From which deduct the following r^iftTiiient : 
By A. CummiDg, (uperintendaiit .... 101 GO 

•647 40 

Abutting dificultia and prtnaifiiig ou&rtakt among Indknt te Ongat limlory. 
To J.W.Hesmitb, flnperlDtendent SIO.OOO 00 

FapaaU qf liotttifut qf Ltdian *mMi in Ongan lirHtary. 

To A-A-Sklnner, lat«lndiuiBg«nt ., 1,081 32 

From which deduct tbe following repayment: 
Br J. Pftlmer, late superintendent .............. 123 82 

993T TO 
1, geedt, ^. , fa U* Mian triba tn Minnaola, Mklagan, 



ToW. J. Cullen, mperiDtendeDt 8,070 48 

A, M. Jlleh, Indian Bgunt 7,000 00 

F. Huebachmann, late Indian agent . 984 26 

Crooin, Hunctbkl ft Sean 1, 60S 03 

J. H.Mote 2,691 46 

$S0,3SI iO 



Oampan^ion rf Otm ^Kui agmU and Ihte mimprtltrt for Jndiimi ^ Jixa*. 
ToB. S. Neighbon, •pecint igent (15,385 48 

CUontoff, utpportpig, In-, AdUau m Ihta*. 

'IioB.S.Ndghbon, apeciil agent 65,&S2 00 

CfKKiin, Hurithalft Sean II.IZO 42 

W. Mathewa »32 60 

377,604 Ot 



Bauaat and nJmMaux qf Tndiam in Ctil^ornia to Oint mOMary 

m^itary TtKrvattant. 

To T. J. Henlej, mperinteDdeot 32,366 76 

Fxom which deduct the following repajrmenta : 

B;E. F. Beale, late HuperintendeDt 2,21G 19 

J. A. FatUrton, Indian aoent 933 62 

— 3, 148 Tl 

S19,Tao 04 



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ToT. 1. Hen] ey, Bnperin Undent $163,000 OO 

Senovat and mbiitlma t^ Indiant at Ortgoa TirhUrj/. 



Remouul and aibmlmct q/" Jndiant nf WaAmgtai Itrrilory. 

Ith, Foperintandent 

ithftl & Beua ...... . 

Bruff Brother & Saaver 616 67 



To J. W. NeBmlth, Boperintondent 44,517 72 

Cronin, Hunthal & Bean 10,018 61 



(Xilltciing and t^ablutdng llu unithtm Cbmandia, Wuhibitei, ^., 
To E. Sector, Bnpeiiatendent 




To A. Camming gnperintendent 11,794 92 

A.H. RoUdsod do 8,200 00 

J, Havertr do 101 67 

J.B.More 1,935 55 

H.E.LeTnan 4,246 iO 

T.Poultney 4,041 00 

Cronin, Hunthal & Sesra 30.393 SS 

Whillag, Oalloope, Bliai & Co 1,401 00 

$61,114 » 

Pofmrnt i^^tgtkUmt, mulk, earptaUn, md labanrt m Uu macatiiint tn 
ToT. J. HBDloy, raperiDteudcnt 

Paymtnt iff tatk Chtrelati at vnre onultti in Ihi anmt {atm ig D. W. SUtr. 

To iMbslla Hiclis 54 70 

Mildred HlckB 54 TO 

W, Parrott. 54 70 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTEBIOE. 



1 867-' 68. 

Brought forward IM 10 

ToQa«itB7. 64 70 

J. BiMock 54 70 

J.C D«vi9 64 70 

Sftlly Wrifcbt 64 70 

VtlenUBtJIl 54 70 

Huthn SoiiTJahD 64 70 

Ann Sourjohn ............ 54 TO 

r. E Willi! 64 70 

JeminiB Thomu ...... ........... ... 64 TO 

PpltKy MotkingcTOw 109 41 

W. K. Oueriineaa 54 TO 

A Thomtta 54 70 

8 Tbomaa 38! S6 

8 Still 437 6e 

Mwy E»en 109 41 

J. Field* 109 41 

MarKaicc Btlll !18 83 

J Hawklna 64 70 

lUrjQueD 109 41 

2,S9T 68 
From which deduct Um Ibllowipg Tepaymeot : 

By M«ry Eren 109 41 



PaymaaioA. V. Brrm mditJi^i /errantontf O. W. and M. WUum /nm tht CbnantAa. 
ToD. H. Cooper, ladian agent $1,000 00 



IT David Sing, </ Uichigan. 



To KinawKis oi D. Etng.. 



9 Hlk y Mim (n6u la landi vtft l^ Mifauri mid lata. 

To A. H BobiDioD, luperiDteudeat 3,712 60 

W. W. BeaaiBOn, Indian agent 1,800 00 

J. B Robertam. Indian ageat 600 00 

A. 8 H. White, apedal agent 159 SO 

P. Lammoad. diabaislog clerk 8,900 00 

J. W. Denver, ConuniMlaner of Indlaii Affi^is 10,000 00 

J. B 8. Todd 3,408 60 

H. H, BteveDB ft Co -^ il 00 

J E Roche 247 45 

CtoniD, Hurxthal ftt>eara 3,571 73 

31,320 88 
From which dednct the fuUowtng repayment : 

By J. W. DetiTer, Comminloner of Indian AKiira T, 336 8T 



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1357- 'ia. DEPAETMENT OP THE INTERIOR. 

Airvtji qf &ttlt boimiary. 
To A. R. Potto S3, GOO 00 



Survei/ing and aOMing t» thtfri^tr pmmi Oil rfavrJ tracl; ptr tnatj/ viA Saa and Fosa <f J¥ly 
IS, 1830. 

To A. Cnmndng, niperiiiteiideDt ......... ...... 1,000 00 

To P. lAnunood, disbtii^Dg cleA... ...... .. .... 600 00 

C. Bennett 6 60 

H. J. BnndenoD 6 49 

J. Shieldt 1,800 00 

E. 0. FoM 2J M 

$3,035 49 



Samyii^ and vtarimg tht tnaniary tf Cluxtav and Chidauav aumtry and campUtng tlu tan rg iff 
Crtdc buutdaiy. 

ToD. H, Cooper, IndUn agent 9,000 00 

P. lAmmond, dlBbnniog cleA. ...... ......... .......... 1,000 00 

H. M. C. Brown 301 00 

J. E. lUbott S79 00 

A. H. ioaettl H. M. C. Brown 6,358 80 

t9,BaS SO 



Eiptitti </ Toatmg primmtn/'On Indian tribtl. 
To J. Hkverty, gaperintendent ...... tSOD 00 

Oampdatiim mdempUica i/a nug) qflAi Indian teniUria. 
To P. Idmmond, dlsburdng clerk t203 89 

Balane* diu CrtA It\d>amfor loon aufouiaf during Uu latt var mU Onal Britain. 
To J. Fletcher, deceaacd $1,100 00 

Qartfing inJo fffnt Irtatg uM SedtbHdgm and Mimtm. 
To F. Bnebachmaan, late Bnperinteadetit tH 00 

Sbxb TtitiMtd and dat OiirakeM—trtaif ^ 1836. 

To Biegs & Co., ipedAl agento $189, 105 00 

From whic^ deduct the foDowing repAjment : 
BjHlffiiftCo 1,0*0 45 

«I8B,084 65 



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EECEIPT3 AKD EXPENDITUKE3. 307 

1857-'58. DEPARTMENT OV THE INTSBIOB. 

SlodcndunudindJmauntmtduiol/aid— 1619. 

To Kggs tCo., ipecial agenta 48, 610 65 

Front which deduct the foUovliig leptLjnwat : 

By Rlggift Co.,iped>l»genl8 6HT 31 

$47,923 34 

SMi* TtitBMd tmd Am JMatMrm frarfy ^ 1864. 

ToBiggBft Co., wpedalagenU 8,362 29 

Fiota which deduct the following repAjrment : 
By Biggi ft Co., ■pecl&l ageata 329 43 

•8,062 eT 

Stoela ndanud and dm lomu. 

ToIUgga&Co.,t|>eclftI ftgenU 31,022 76 

From which deduct the following repay ment : 
BjSi^iACo., special agents 414 8T 

•20,601 Be 

gioda n^ated and dot KaiJaiait$, Ptoria*, Wiat, and PimitJuac*. 

To JSlggi k Co., q)ectal agents 36,BSa 74 

From which deduct the followtog repayment: 
By Biggaft Co, tipedal agenti 315 86 

•36, 683 88 

fygering imdmmlumingli4p«attabUdi^pimtimi/tUitdimtlribaMlhiPtkiJk. 
ToJ. W. Neamlth, lupeiliitendent SfiBT 42 

B^lormg and immlaimt fiaa milt Indian tribtt in Wiuihingloti Tirriery. 
IV) J. W. Nennlth, npeiinteDdent tSfi.GflO 00 

B»Mn»gtt»dmain1aiHasftactwAIitiiantTibain Orrgon Terrilar}/. 

ToJ. Palmer eapnlDtendeat 46,908 4t 

J. W. Neamitii, anperiiiteDdent 240,353 47 

J. i;. Brown, ipenal agent 708 60 

S. H. Culver 186 88 

290, 101 26 
From which deduct the following repayment : 
Br J. W. Keamith, roperlntoDdent 33,074 94 



•257,032 38 

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18fi7-'58. DEPABTMKNT OF TBE INTERIOR. 

Baadjnm Fart Keantff ta Oalffemia. 

To A. H. Cuspbell, rapertnteudent .■ 3,403 51 

W. M, F, Hagniw, mpetlnteDdeiit 362 25 

F. W. Lander, BaperinteDdent 30,000 00 

J. B. Annan, diaburalog agent . 69,087 ii 

F. Denver, dliburriog ageDt... ......,, 20,000 00 

P. lammond, diibareing clerk 3,000 00 

H. OuMlln 61 75 

IZS, 9U 76 
Prom which deduct the following repajment : 

Bjt J. U. Anaan, dUbnraing agent IS, 000 00 

>1I0,91«16 



Baadt/rtim El Fan> la Fort Yam. 

To A H. Campbell, tnperintendent 1,616 t't 

H. A. UcKlnnoD, diburaing agent 51,000 00 

P. LaiDinond, disburung cterk 2,000 00 

N. P.Cook 218 10 

O. F. Hooper & Co I,6M 81 



$56,629 16 



Bnadfron Ptattt rivtr to Rmamg WaUr Titer. 
ToQ. L.»te«, aaperinteadent »18,BO0 00 



Boadfrum Fbrt ISdgely to tAt uulk pat ^ thi Radcy neuHleau. 

To F. Hnebachmann, gnperlatendeDt. 5,000 00 

A. H. Campbell, auperinteudent ...... l,TSi TG 

W. H. Noblei, auperlntendent 291 67 

J. E. Oorin, dlsbaning agent 6,000 00 

P. lAmmond, dUbnrBing clerk ....• . 118 10 

8. A. Medarj, engineer 825 00 

W. McAboy 151 00 

I3,73S 53 
From which deduct the following repajmeDta ; 

B; F. Hnebsclimum, late fniperinteodent ........ 5,000 00 

W. H. Kobles, superintendent 802 18 

F. Lfunmond, disburBiog clerk 4,371 66 

10,073 M 

S3, 566 59 

JV^ofutftiy trtaUa wiA btdian trSia in Ortgna, tntt qfOu Ouiade mowrfami. 

to J. Palmer, late supcrintendeDt 1,500 OO 

Which deduct from the following repkfment : 
B; J. Palmer, late auperlnteodent 3,934 72 

EzceM of ropannent tl,434 71 

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18S7-'5B. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOE. 

Pojimtnt q/'^KTuru oiqilej/td bg lie jmmiiemcd goa n imM qfOr^/m, lit. 

ToK. Pritchett 365 70 

Which deduct from the followiDg rapayment : 

By J. Palmer, l&te (uperintaiideDt TIS 46 

Excem of npftymeat .,,.,,,.,..,.,.,., $349 T6 

MtJaU/or btdiim M^i. 

ToB. Ellta 2,200 00 

EUiiA WilHm 800 00 

$3,000 00 

BELIEF. 
Stli^ ijf Mark t( Siduird H. Btm. 

ToH. AE. H. Beui 114,100 00 

BJitf </ Smaa Ooodg aad cOm. 
To Q, Butler, Indian ^eot »1,992 61 

Btli^ of Waiiam B. TnUtr. 
To W. B. -ftotter $l,SaO 00 

Bdi^ if tht Ugal npraaitalMm ^ DmuA &jf, dKaued. 
lb D, Hay, deceased $1,962 3S 

BEPAYMENTS. 

Fuljmiis lnalie$ md iht Pmrnm. 

Bj W. W. DenniHtii, Indian agent (TIO 4S 

Niffiiliatiag Irti^itt triA Adjnu in Ortgoit. 
By J. Maimer, late aDperictendent $1,095 TO 

Iftgaimng Im^iet tsifh tSt Sagm iUnr and dm CnA hand q< Un^^ia AiioM. 
By J. Palmer, late laperinleadent $63 6B 

AuuroMi ati tnavforiatiiin cf amtaUm to iwfion ti^et in Ortgan. 
BjJ. FUmer, late luperintendent $1,107 18 

.ecy Google" 



310 BECEIPTS AND EXPEN'DITURES. 

ISST-'OS. DEPARTUENT OF THE INTEBIOB. 

PtifmaUU Citroktt NiOUnifftrafiOS 37,iaidiiittTetlatJietpeTaMt. fimnJau,i838,KM 

Bj J. Drsoneii, litte superinteadent ......... $146 48 

PmaOi to haadM a} Pattto IndUmM i> Ntu Medto. 
By A. Q. iSajen, 1&t« Indian agent t3! 64 

Adttttvnmi unioaail paid far mbMtittnet, improperlf chargtd to Ireatf find. 
By J. Drennen, late supeiintendeut . $39 18 

Carryimg aut trtatia leitk lie Ottea, MUnmrUu, Dataworu, Ommkat, fairs*, Sft- 

Bj F. lAmmond, dlBbuning clerk . ........................ 6 02 

N. Eddj, late commlBBioDer . ...................... 2,150 DO 

$2, 155 01 

jPi^moif lo Patbtieaiamei for eont crop otmidnud. 
Br Isaac Wlniton, Ute Indian agent SIT 60 

Semo«al «ad M&MtoiM ^ PgOawntMiui tf Indiana. 
Bj haac WinitOD, late Indian agent SO T5 

PrawrvdtMi of paa with Mitmt €f Cbl^arma. 
Br E. F. Beale, late aiiperiDteadent $48 SO 

Exptnm y Ctdifomia wperMtoidMcy. 
Br E. F. Beolo, Ute auperinteDdent $1 95 

IhttuporMioit ^ amualiei, foedi, l/t,, (a tht Sioas ^ Minxttifpi. 
By F. HuelMchmann, late mperintendent ...... ....... $984 36 

Pagmad 1^ ammU 1^ Ootenm J. P. Omm md C. K. W<ater,/artqiBum,lce. 
Bj I. Falmer, late aaperintendeut . .. . $48 St 

GtrkUn,^!etnnl,/a^, daSontry, t[e. , for mftriHUtuknl ^ btHant^mnin Ongcm. 
By J. Falmer, late Bapedntendent $43 00 



DiamzecDyGoOgIc _ 



BECeiFTS AND EXPENDITUBES. 



I 

1S57-'S8. 
ToR F. LMned 


MlLITAItY tKrABLISHHEST. 


I£,101 60 




:::::::^!^"'^..'T!!^!.r.t"!::::::: 




G. H. Crownan 

B. W. Brice 


do 

:;::;":;;:!rr^:::::;:::;::;:;;: 


210 00 

130,521 96 
























































Q.H. BiBggoId 

F E Hunt 


do 


81,964 80 


K. B. Beynold. 


do 

do 


69,500 00 

68,000 00 






























































E-Ingalli 

J. C. McFerran 






do 


180 00 


J. E. B aUuat 


do 


les 80 


B. W. Kirkbtm 


do 


, IBO 00 














A. W. Beyoolda, late. 
J. L, Donaldwn 


do 


2.0T0 46 

180 00 


















































G.W. Wallace 


do 


150 00 


T. J. TVead-Bll 




, Si 00 




do ; 


90 00 
















do , 












»3.891,403 r 



RECEIPTS AND ESPEX DITCHES. 



MILITARY ESTABLISHMEST. 



Brought forwdrd 3,89Z,<03 S7 

To Q. Cook.... acting awiatatiL qoorlennaster SB 50 

W. Butler do 60 00 

L. 0- MorrU do 60 00 

H. H. Walker do - 30 00 

B U. Forejthe do 15 00 

J Mtlutoflh..,.. do ISO 00 

C. W. Feld do 80 00 

S CiiBpJD do 30 00 

D. P. HBDCock do * 50 

A V. Kantz do 120 CO 

8. Breck do SO 00 

H. M, Lozelle do 450 00 

W. Jenkins do *50 00 

L, 8. Bftket do 30 00 

R. Johnson do SO OO 

B. Win^ate do «0 DO 

N B. rearce do 48 21 

E. D.Blake do 60 00 

B. F. Chalin ro 30 00 

A. Herchant do 150 00 

A. IvereoD, jr do . ..,., 120 00 

A. L. Long do 62 40 

8. D, Bturgis acting amiatoot commifBaTy of aulwIiteaM .. 60 00 

D. B. Jouea aBsistoot adjuloDt general 13 46 

J. B. Waltncb. dccesBel brigadier geoeral SB 9» 

C A. Ogdeo, deceased, late major 35 33 

R. S. Qarnett do *5 70 

W. H. Chaao. late do 164 00 

O. A. H. Blake do 42 40 

H. Bache do 4S 00 

E. Van Dom biSTet major 41 65 

Z. B. Tovrer do 19 02 

8. B.Anderson do S> IT 

0. L Shepherd do 14 80 

W.H. Gordon do 42 27 

J, O. Baraard do 301 21 

J. B. Cninc, deceaied, late. ...colonel ... 119 49 

W, Gates do 145 41 

C. A. May brevet colonel 2fi 00 

G. Andrews -lienteoant colonel 46 30 

B. Bainbridge. deceased, late do 1,614 00 

J B. Crane, deceased, late do 17 DO 

B.C. UuchaniU) brevet lieutenant colonel 357 54 

D. Buggies do S 00 

ILMoArthur, deceftsed, Jate orderly sergeant 62 59 

A. O, Miller, late captala 142 00 

A, Bufnrd, late do Ill 19 

W D. De laaauLT do 30 00 

C. F. Wooster. decsaaad, late do 187 IS 

J. H. Grnland do 44 23 

C. 8 LOTell do 20 00 

C. U. CreamoT, late Itenfaniant 15 00 

J. H. Whiltleaey captain 17 93 

A.B.Dye» do 44 10 

O. Sykes do 

A. "Fncj do 

B. B. Hallowaj do 

T. 0"Hara, late do 

J. Totlen do 

Q. Stoneman ... do 

J. Trevitt do 



6 07 


6 38 


1 64 


100 00 


1S6 48 


17 60 


16 93 



Caniedforwud _«S,8M,7C3 T« 

LiNlizecy Google 



EECE1PT3 AXD EXPENDITURES. did 
I8S7-'5B. MILITABY ESTABLISH UEKT. 

Brought furward 3,898,763 79 

ToS C. W. Bradford, lato capUia IIH 00 

T B. McCoQuell rio 19 (0 

J. Van Hi)rii. d*ceiaci, late do ISA fift 

A. D. Nel«on do 7 50 

C. Fletcher do 601 82 

G Granger brevet Mptalu .- 240 00 

T. Henry, late lieutanant 29 06 

J W. Morrell do 18B 36 

J. W. Schureman, deceased, late do SOO 70 

B. AllsWm. late ,. do 120 00 

T. 8. K. RuB»«ll do 1 87 

J. H. Howard, late do 16 70 

G D. Bayard do 10 

W.^lvey do fl 70 

A. C.Gillem do 17 71 

J. Neilly. deceaMd, late do ao 00 

J. B Collins do 33 37 

B.C.. Iveg. deceased, late do 108 40 

N. H. McLean do 66 10 

H. E Cully, late do 208 41 

J. H. Wheciock, late do 122 00 

O. Granger do 8 82 

O. D. Green do 90 20 

G. L. Hartsuff do 3 97 

S.H. BeynoldB do 7 tS 

E. H. Day do 18 SO 

B. O. role do 6 88 

J. B Green do SO 00 

N A. H. Dudley do 60 00 

B. JoboeoD... do SO 00 

W. Myers do 278 78 

L. Bissell do 106 92 

D. Bell do 260 35 

H H. Walker do 1 00 

8. D Lee do 16 00 

O. B. Wilooz, late do 1 25 

J. 0. Bonuycastle do 30 00 

L. Jenkins, deceased, late do SO 79 

B H, Bobertson do 8 OS 

B. King lieasurer 110,033 *9 

C. H. Laub suigeon 2 9! 

B. F. Hiu-vey do 37 85 

P. O. S TenBroeck assistent surgeon 7 00 

L H. Stone do 1 40 

B. Murray do 2S 00 

4,012,166 34 
From which deduct the following repayments : 
By T. P. Andrews .. deputy paymistor general.. 185 00 

E. Van Mess do 776 6* 

(M C, Denny pnjrmaster 67,296 01 

H. Hill do 61,416 40 

J T. Duhiell do 642 66 

A J. 5initli do 4,866 45 

8. Maclin do 12,181 28 

T. J. Leslie do 76,643 96 

K. W Brown do 29,471 66 

A. J. Coffee do 2,415 64 

F. E. Hunt do 1,6*4 82 

H. Woods do 2,753 23 

B AlToid do 36,02J 81 



Carried forward t274,60S 44 



Uf012, 1«5 U 



314 BECEIPTS AKD EXPENUITUBE8. 

18ST-'S8. UILITART BErTABUSHHEIIT. 

Brought forward ST4, fiOG 4t 4,011,165 34 

B^H. Leon&rd psymiuter 801 74 

O. C. Hutter do 4,986 88 

B. B. BcynoIdB do 1,890 20 

C. H. Frj do !3,6e3 47 

H. Prince do 16,493 48 

A.G. Bcnoet do 1,140 80 

L. J. Beall do 1,797 2G 

B. W. Brice do 401 S4 

W, Hector, deceaaed, late do 1,203 38 

B. H. Chilton do 667 114 

A. B.Bagan do 719 T« 

Q. H. Binggold do S3 30 

S. Q. French ttaBistaat qDnrtcrmaBteT... 21 SO 

T. WilliamB acting aaelataiit qoarteimutcT. 4 08 

H. Benson do 3 SI 

W. L. Cabell tegimeotal quartermaster.. 16 76 

L. l«onard.. milLtar; storekeeper !4 Ofl 

L. P. Orabam major 10 10 

C. S. Lovell captalD 10 00 

W, U. Gardner do 35 48 

J. B. Itwio, deceased, late do 16 63 

K.Lyon do 54 38 

C. P. Stone do 64 87 

C. C, abler do 3 « 

D. B. Joiwi do S 00 

A. PleasantoD do 33 

B. AllttoD lieutenant II 13 

J Deshler do 19 85 

E. A. Carr do 8 60 

P. Flint ...do 19 60 

J. D. WllklM do 19 40 

D. Bell do 1 00 

B.J. D. Irwin onlktont Burgeon 106 77 

C.W. Crawford do 41 33 

J. C. Hemdon do 133 98 

827,648 IS 

$3,684,517 13 



To J. P. Taylor aesUtaut comminarr general of robBistcnce 69,000 00 

J. Bowen commleeary of lubBigtence 247,309 98 

A. B. Eaton do 110.000 00 

G. G. Waggamon do 1,069,000 00 

B. B.Leo do 350,010 69 

J. B, QrHfBon do 331.600 00 

H, F. Clark do 85,003 00 

W. R Blair do «0,000 00 

U. D. L. eimpaoD do 80,000 00 

C. L, Kilbnm do ... 15,000 00 

B. Hager iMlstant oomminarj of lubstitonce- -- 660 00 

J. Gorgaa do 600 00 

D. Htieton do 450 00 

A. B. Eddy do S,3iO 00 

J. H. Whtttlewy do 40Q 00 

3.D.ClMlt do 300 00 

D.C. Stlth - do 100 00 

O. a Haller do 88 4T 

L,A.AnnUtewl do 3,100 TO 



Carried forward .„ |1,4S5,03> 04 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBES. 
HIUTABT E3TABUSHUENT. 



l857-'a8. 

Broagbt forward 1, 

To T. J. Brereton ...a^staiit commlsaar; of subaisteace 

J. B.Ricketti do 

a. r. Andrew! do 

H.'RirloT do 

L.O. Morris do 

T. E-MUler do 

O.S7kM do 

D. h, F. Jones ...... ........do . ... 

Q.W. Wallaca do 

J. H. CarletoD do 

D. Huston, ]r ilo 

A. B. Dyer do 

W. D. Wallen do — .. 

O. Corletle ..>cttng aaalrtMit commiMai? of nbiittetice 

G. Oiuiger do ... 

J. H. HcArthar do 

T Hoote do 

S. Johnton .....do ........ 

H. B. HeDdetshott do 

A. JacluoD ............. . do............ 

J. C. Sjmmei . ..... ....do..... — 

H. DouglM do. 



A. Itc 



-do.. 



.1. M. Gait 

J. S. Abell do.. 

B. J, Dodgs do— 

B. D. FoiBfthe do.. 

J. Gibbon do-. 

L. BiMell do-. 

8. Crixpin do-. 

L Walker do-. 

T H VlocMit do.. 

W. Hanhall do.. 

T.Orey do.. 

0, H. TIIUDghiut do.- 

C. E Norrta do.. 

W. H Bcmell do.. 

J W.Todd do- 

T. J-Treadwell do- 

B H. Bobertaon do.. 

J. B. Gnea do.. 

T. C. FagMth do- 

T. E. Miller do- 

C. 0. Le« do.. 

A. C. Gfllem do.. 

B. Bart do.. 

L. C Bootei do-. 

J. Edwards ...do.- 

A. F. Bond do.. 

N B, Pearoe do-. 

L. H. Manhall do- 

J. UpdcRTair do-- 

W. Jenkins do- 

K. W. Bmilli do.. 

T. Lewis do.. 

H. B HendenlHrtt do.. 

8 Crispin do- 

G. Bromler- ................. ..do.. 

■ - ■■ do.. 



429,029 0< 

560 DO 

1,200 00 

B7 77 

92 75 

600 00 

1, 650 00 

200 00 

365 00 

300 <0 

SOO 00 

lOO 00 

100 00 

360 00 

199 00 

I,3fi0 DO 

1,700 00 

10,200 00 

975 00 

IS, 000 00 

1,100 DO 

960 00 

116 M 

9.303 00 

I, 150 00 

300 DO 

1,400 00 

1,000 00 

2,660 00 

600 DO 

1,900 00 

94 DO 

2,900 00 

160 00 

9,800 00 

8,400 00 

1, 100 00 

650 00 

2,600 00 

1,800 00 

1,100 00 

1,100 00 

J, 100 00 

3,300 00 

2,320 DO 

1,600 DO 

160 00 

97fi 00 

400 00 

19,000 DO 

3,000 00 

1,100 00 

1,600 00 



13,01 



00 



68 00 

3,600 00 

3,000 00 

700 00 



Carried forward t2,fi 



i.W|J» 



BECEIFT3 AKD EXPENDITIJXES. 



MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 



l'3T-'68. 

Brought forward 2, S58, 2G9 6fi 

To L. Lfffnun actiDg osaiBtant commiaisry oFtubdalence 100 00 

D. C. SUth do 200 00 

J. C. Synmies do 950 00 

J. C BonnjcMtle do 650 00 

P. T. Wyman do «, 170 00 

F. C. Humphrey! do TOO 00 

T.C. BnllivM do. J, IBB DO 

J. E. B. Stusrt do 4,600 00 

D. Wilbflr do .- 100 00 

B.C. Symond» do 1,000 00 

L C. BootcB do BOO 00 

W. L Cabell do 1,800 00 

T. REdelln do 600 00 

J.O.Walker do 1 «0 

B.K.Garland do !0O 00 

K.N.E^Ie do !60 00 

W.B. Andrews do 76 00 

J, TQoodu do 100 00 

D. Huston do too 00 

J. 'lliompion . do.. .... .... 800 00 

W. Williams do 60 00 

J J. Gibbon do 900 00 

A. UerchkDt do 1,000 00 

T. J. Breriton do 400 00 

W. Mjere do fi 00 

J. D. O'Connell do 12 94 

C. J. McFeniu do 137 72 

L. Walker do SO 00 

B. J. Dodge do.. 

J. W. BobiDton do.. 

T.lWley do.. 

J.C.Moore .... do.. 

W. B. Uae do.. 

B. B. Aodrewg do,. 

F. A, Bhonp do,. 

J. Cameron... do.. 

H. Taylor do.. 

E. a. Hanhall do.. 

J. P. JuDea do.. 

D.B. Jones do.. 

..do.. 



D. P.BuKock ..do.. 

C. P. KJDgabury . .. . .do.. 

O. F. Solomoii do.. 

A. REddj do.. 

B.W. Pearce do.. 

B. H. Anderaoii . do.. 

L.W.O'Ba[moii do.. 



J. GameroD do .. 

B.B«))d*ll do 

J.P.Haoklna do 

D.H. Maury ...do..... 

B Jonee .... ......do... ........ 

O.K. Wooda do 

W. B. Andrewi do 

N. B.8weltEer do 

C.TIiomaa ....aadstant qaartemiasler Kenerftl.. 

A. B.LaiisiDg assistant quartermtster 

H.C, Wayne do 

EL Vkd I>on) m^or .... 



..0 00 

1,200 00 

BO 00 

7 71 

103 00 

104 00 
1,000 00 

50 00 
74 02 
I SB 
360 00 
42 00 

8 S4 
1,0M 00 

300 00 

1, 125 00 

1,450 00 

60 00 

IS 00 

63 

TO 00 

BO 00 

100 00 

SOO 00 

3,000 OO 

200 00 

400 00 

17fi 00 

5,000 00 

3, 2fi6 67 

100 00 

9 75 
ISO 00 



Chrried forward «2,697,768 1> 



EECE1PT8 AND EXPENDIT0BE8. 317 

185T--58. MIUTARY ESTABLISHMENT. 

Brought forward 2,597,788 19 

To J. W. F. Wood, deceased brevet major 1 61 

a. P. Andrews do 10 94 

T. J. Uwlie .,.,. parmaMer — 12 00 

J V. D. BeeTe .lieutenant colonel, .... 30 

T. J. BreretoQ captun 1,080 00 

W. B. Bradfnte do It 90 

J. OorgaH do 200 00 

E. O. Elliott do 1,730 0! 

H. B. Bchroeder do 123 44 

U. P. KiogiibaiT do 300 00 

J. R. Irwin, deceased, late do 776 86 

L. BIraell do 15 75 

B. N Eagle do 105 30 

K. Otis do 418 90 

X J.Trcadwell do 800 00 

J. N. Perkina do 178 63 

R. H. Riddick do 141 20 

KM. laictle do 43 11 

J. A. Thompaon -,.••• do ........ .... 41 27 

R. Johnson ......... do , 12 DO 

B. F. Smith do 30 00 

P. Htockton do aafl 75 

J. E. B, Stnart do 35 90 

J P. Hawkim do 178 50 

J. T. Shaiff do 3 00 

R H. KiDneT do 133 96 

A. B. Davidson do 121 20 

H Tsylor special contnctor 184 88 

Eggleston & t'ltsgentld.... special contractors........... 268 97 

Buinee & WlUlami 602 41 

S McColter 32 40 

B. Ooodiidge 16 25 

1,605,448 67 
From nhich deduct the folloiring repayments : 

BjT E Millcr.BctlDgMELBtant commissar; of Bubsistence. 800 00 

W. P. Chamljliia acting offiigtiuit qitartermoster. 18 00 

T.G. Williams do 31 13 

B B. Granger do 2 

H. Benson do... 3 02 

J, LoDgstreet do 695 22 

J. N. Moore do 23 46 

B. Johnston do 55 30 

L O. Morris, Ute do 42 11 

E. Kteen major 12 SO 

J H. Qvleton.. brevetm^or 65 

H 8. Anderaun do 31 97 

W, H. Gordon do 7 80 

F. WbeatoD acting as^stant quartrrniaatflr. 130 DO 

R C. Buchanan bievet lieutenant colonel.. 14 

R. B. Turner captain 64 BO 

E B. BallowBj do 1 64 

J. V. Webb, late do 88 53 

H, D. Wallen do 339 86 

J. TotUn do 198 62 

L. McLiwa do 11 06 

J. W.Davidson ilo 26 25 

F.Gardner.. brevet captain 90 

J. K. G. Whistler liwitcnant 66 00 

r. K. JackwHi do 8.969 13 



Caniodfonrud 96,490 81 tV<IW, 



r60S,UH iJ 



KECKIPT8 AST) EXPENDITDBES. 



185T--63. 


MILTTASY ESTABUSHttENT. 


a,iw 81 

1 60 
13 1< 

3 &0 
610 43 
3G0 39 

S OO 
101 SO 
(10 92 

9 18 
16 00 
158 82 

3 04 

3 97 
5,000 00 

2 92 


!,605,<« 57 


ToT. Wright 

J. H. Whselotk, late... 


llButenant 

do 


B. J. Dodge 


















P. G. HcUontdd 

C. D QilHnHB 


do 




































A.{«l««^«S«r.. 


13,078 10 
12,692.370 47 








65,000 00 










B, W.Brico 


v:;;;;;;;!^f!:;;:;::::::: 




3T.SO0 00 








































37, 700 00 
























16,947 78 


A.B.B)«Mt 


.do 




34,600 00 
24,000 00 
















17,498 92 
























































9, 600 00 


A. J. Smith 

H. Prince 


do 

do 




16,000 00 
25,000 00 


























A. W. Keyoolcta. Uto... 
J. B. WalbMh, dec«Med 

J B. Crane 

B. W. Ogdffli,doc««ed, 








brigadier general 




57 00 
2,091 TO 






178 50 
70 20 








A.Buford, lalB 


;w::::::!^;::::::::::: 




72 80 
























»9TI,8S» 29 






Go 



EECEIPTS AND ESPEND1TDEE8, 310 
]S37-'88. MIUTABY ESTABUSBMENr. 

Brought rornud S71,S25 » 

To A. J. MHIer, Ute captain 109 80 

C. P. Stone, UU do 166 20 

J. H. Greland, deceawd, 1»te do 44 10 

J. Van Horn, late do 251 10 

B. AUrtOD.1at« llcQleiuuit T6 60 

M. E Cully, late do 184 50 

T. Bearj, late do 33 M 

B. C Iveg, dMeaced do 87 00 

J. U. Whe«lock, late du 106 20 

C. U CraMnor, late do 20 00 

h. Jenkloi, deceased, late ...do........... 21 60 



From which deduct the followiog repaTineaU : 

<7 F. A. Caiiaiaghuii paymaster 168 01 

H. Prince do 4,200 00 

O H. Blnggold .- do 4,728 80 

N. W. Btowd do 828 40 

B. W. Brice do 81 42 

A. W. (HlDeB do 18,016 20 

8. HmHd .. do 1,937 10 

H. Leooard ...do . 80 

J. B. 8. Todd c&ptain 26 00 

J. W. SchareinMi, deceued, late lienteoaiit 186 00 

B J. D. Irwin uaiBtaDt aurgeoD 71 00 

R. W. Crawford do .8 00 

J, C. Hemdon do 89 00 



QCABTERUAST^&'S DEPABTMENT. 



973,904 8 



ToQ. H. Croaman 




328,350 S3 


D. D. TowpkiM 


















•■;■: :. .do .:::::; :" 




T L. Brent 


:; -'"'jr-^'r: 


137,009 23 














J. H. Dickereoo 


do 


65,010 00 


























J. L Donaldwn 


do 


12,900 00 




do 

do 


8,460 00 

64,842 88 
























, 2,600 00 












108 82 




Carried forward 






•!, 960,662 SS 



320 RECEIPTS AKD EXPENDITURES. 

1857-'5S. MILrrART ESTABLISHMENT. 















D. F. Hftncnck 

T. J. Treadwell 


do 

do 




do 














H.IJ. HendershoW... 


do 


T.T.8.L«ldkj 


do 






J.W.Todd 

H. E. UHKOftdier , 

a. A. DeRutucy 


do 

do 

do 










T. U. Willlami 


do 










J.H.RoblnBon , 


do 










































H.CSyiDOnd. 




















J.E. Slaughter 


do 


J.McL Tiiylor , 




















W.K, Andrews 

E. H. Fitrgerald 






W H CtiBiie 












H.A.F»y 

R.M. Potter 


do 



Brought forward 1,900,561 8t 

6, 395 00 

2, 500 00 

S,21S 00 

150 00 

3,900 00 

700 00 

fits 00 

7,930 00 

1,220 40 

10,363 00 

6,2UU 00 

450 00 

3,181 24 

9,889 S3 

29 00 

Z,000 10 

400 00 

950 00 

160 00 

700 00 

100 00 

SG5 00 

5,000 00 

31 13 

400 00 

38 79 

15,227 36 

550 00 

10,483 00 

411 00 

18 95 

383 43 

51 94 

1,896 80 

81 56 

1,218 14 

273 00 

1, BOO 00 

163 15 

654 50 

1,530 00 

ISO 00 

300 00 

2,374 13 

61 62 

21,622 67 

600 00 

8,851 2S 

8,395 46 

1,282 12 

941 OO 

650 00 

47 80 

50 00 

6 60 

14, 168 92 

S3B 04 

12 30 

ST 00 

30 61 

29 16 

Curled forward >I,132,358 16 



EECE1PT8 A2n) EXPENDITURES. 



185T-'fiB. 


HILTTA.RT ESTABUSHUEKT. 
Bronght forward. 




1,131,353 Tfl 
10 00 


To J.W.PhelpR 


















































28, 330 111 
S,99I 30 














































































E.K. Smith 






390 05 
























































2, 939 28 
























KDonglM 






67 50 














iBurt 






























































































W.A. Buffum 

a. UMMf k 0. Love 


...OCMWUl 




1GB 24 


















the following repaynKinto : 

.. deputy quarterraaiter general.. 

do 


49,349 6S 
349 fll 

13, MS 78 

23, 140 38 

315 14 

«,9g2 IS 

19,929 8T 
204 41 
TBI 29 




From which cleclnc 

BjD.D. Tompkins 

O.H.Cnwman 

H.C.Wftjne 


2,191,303 49 








J. Q. Martin 


..1 BB^tant qoartermuter-. 










B.W-. JohDBoa 


do 









-^ EECEIPTS AND EXPEHDITUHES. 

ST-'M; MILITiEr ESTABUSHMEVT. 

„„,„_ Brought forward 111,26931 1,181,308*9 

y L. .1. HcFerran airialaiit quanermaator 1S7 78 

LCEttilon io S„ (,p 

J.F.Hollidsy do 3*9 S* 

E.O.Elliott, 1<U« do 836 9* 

K. IngalU. iBte do ns 68 



P.T.Tnniley do „, .„ 

A.Uontgomer7 do. 8,066 It 



S3S 7S 



A. B. lAqiing ^ _ 

G.W.P.Wood,<ieceM«d.(«te "do.". 

?r*'l^-» *" *W flO 

J.L.Don«M»oo ^ do j^j 55 

A.C, H;erB do 

T.L.Brent:. do '..' 

T. Jofdu) .... do ........ 

J.T. Shaaff utiDg uiUteat qnuterniuter 

7-R-Te^' do. «2 96 

^ :'»<=''*« do 192 00 

A. Marry do...... 77 08 

J.TVeYitt,la(, do 1,86*75 

T-Moore do 167 00 

0.H P.-mjIor, UU do ui „ 

\^^^", do M4 9S 

^■S±::: 4* <« « 



E-OtU. , „__ 

J. H. Vincent do" 

D.D. Perking do.' 

L. A. AnDutewl ... . do 

T.WIIIIami do 

B-H.BtwT .".'do:; 

J.C.Keltmi do 

H. B.Fteti>lDg :.'.;ido" 

U-A.Haacal], l&te do 

G-l^k do" 

W.Butler do 

J. W. EoblMon do 

J. 0. Chandler "do" 

F.M-Folletl do" 

H-W-ClMMin, late do " 

W.P.Chambltos do" 

i.Q.taan do.. 

0. R&detmlnAl do 

P.H.Sheridan do" 



100 00 
as 70 



413 10 

It 81 

1,013 13 

■86 81 



Snor'""* ^o »8« 

?o-^'" <*» 1"0S 

iTif i.: *• «" 

A.L.lfagilton do ■ 1,1** IS 



H.CIark ............ .do 196 88 

J. B. WilleiJeno. '.".'.Uo\\VSSJ'.'.'.'.'i'. S33 89 

li?SS;;ii:::::::::::::::::::::;J:;::-: "A Z 

%\^: i" ■" ■,'" " 

W.W.I^nre do 8*8 11 



83* 20 

3,709 19 

1,02s 26 

67 40 

1*6 28 

1,131 25 

e,12fl 79 

«S* H 

73 17 

69 60 

118 76 

660 00 

2 81 

619 7* 

884 47 

108 38 

46 60 

191 00 

10 60 



i"^^??: *'° ».M> 0* 

J.H.CarlWe do k 12 

J.Nngen. late do l,74B 00 

w.i^ca^K:::-.:::::-.-.:: t tr.2 

B F.Stnith do 6,887 36 



Carried foiwwd $178,319 74 »8,19I,M3,*> 

DiamzecDyGoOJjIc 



BECEIPTS A}tD EXPENDlltTBES. 
UILITABT EffTABLISHUBST. 





Brought forwud 


172,329 T4 ! 
8 49 
23 41 
411 OO 

11 00 
401 06 
285 17 

2,070 68 

10 20 

ST 69 

336 41 

224 65 

63 

4, in 94 

205 24 

422 46 

IBI SO 

99 00 

693 75 

106 7B 

173 76 

113 00 

84 00 

14 10 

6,BtB (:7 

8, 347 64 

68 31 
2,399 80 

I 60 
108 22 
* 60 00 
120 00 
29 46 
1,289 14 
329 7S 

69 75 
1,368 04 

66 32 
263 00 
1,530 36 
130 50 
682 26 
392 80 
836 84 
268 60 
674 99 
. 2,309 98 
10 59 
86 47 

12 94 
163 OO 

2,086 70 
8 84 

76 68 
3 00 
1 30 

SI 52 
3 94 

IT 00 

61 53 
600 00 

78 67 


!, 191, 303 49 






W.Owena 






J.V.D. DuBoli 

A.McD.MoCook 


do 

do 




J.McL. Taylor 






























L. W. O-Bannon 






aCriapln 






A. BockwiUi 












J.T.Ooode 












J.E.»I»ddy 












P.B. Uraed 


















T. B. Edelin 












C.L.BMt 








l-do 




B.D.BUke 






R V nh-lAn 






J. Kellogg 


do 










J. P. H.wkli». 

N. A. M. DudlBj 


V"S//.l"'.doV/."""".'. 




W. Craig 












IT M T.B.II. 


















W.L.C«bell 






B. G. 8>wtell« 




T-.« r™.^ 






B.B.Lee 




G.O.Haller. tMittaat «>mmli^ of luMsto «.. 






















A.iT««>i..:.::":::;;." 












RL.B«»U 






T.T.PaunOw>y 

J. B. Crane, deoeued, labi. 
w. a«t« 


do 

do 




H. BrookB.. , 






P. St. 0. Cook.. 


do 





Curiod Ibrward $213,269 2S 



«t 19 1, 303 49 

.CiOO'..;k' 



£4 BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDKEfi. 

a7-'68. MnjTAET EOTABUaHMBBT. 

bought forward ai3,S<> SS' 1,191,303 49 

If J.FlyiDptoo....... brevet colonel S OO 

J. O. Barnard maior 119 27 

J.B.Caileton brevet major 6,119 91 

E. Van Dotn do 41 SS 

G.W. P. Wood, deceased do 1 SI 

O.P.Andrews do 118 71 

W.H.QoTdon do fl 78 

t>, Q. French do 13,478 C4 

A. Lowiy, do 110,124 00 

J. Stewart do 1(1 80 

J. B. Rickuud^OD do 449 ii 

Q.Srkes do 21 81 

W. 8. Omnt do 317 91 

W.U.QardDer do 29 60 

N.O. Evans do ^ 81 

" G. V. Webb, Ute do 1,401 91 

J. Totten do 1 88 

B. W. B. Newby ...do..-.., 4 00 

T. G, Rhett ..do ,. 40 00 

Q. Btooemtin .. ...........do............ 36 71 

R. Bullock, do 396 86 

A. a. MilUr, late do 70 

J.H, PoUer do 119 16 

A. D. Nelwn do 7 50 

S-Hatollton do 3,440 31 

J. W. Price do 1,130 68 

O.Oranger brevet captain 113 96 

RD. Porsytho lieutenant-. 1,413 80 

a.D.Bayard do 68 17 

A.O.Qillem -. do 27 71 

C. D. Gillespie do 12,687 91 

B.B.Hallow«y do 130 09 

W.T.MeoUing _ .do 3,624 60 

T. Height do 1,816 T6 

J.Daniel do 171 43 

CM. Wilcox ..do 13 66 

L.C. Bootee do 16 00 

T.Moore do 161 64 

N.Mickler do 28 60 

W.O Gill do ■ 9 36 

B- Moury do 600 00 

KJ.Harvie do 80 31 

J.H. WbitU«ej do H 71 

W. a. C. Wbiting do 692 33 

O.A.Mnck do 645 88 

8. A. HcConkey do 1,181 76 

L. Idngdon ... do ...... 57 

D.D. Clark do 416 19 

H.M.Iaielle do 43 II 

J. P. Sherborne do...... 3 45 

A.McD.McCook do 8,614 21 

C. M. Creamor, late ...do Ill 00 

J. Elwardsjr do 76 76 

O. H. Moore do 146 97 

J. Q. Haddock do 661 «» 

L. A. Cburcb do 3, 108 13 

H. B. 8chroedeir do 113 *4 

J, E.B. Slimrt do 38 90 

J.P. Hawkins do 176 BO 

A. J. & Mollnard do^ 215 13 

C. BnddiDluskl do B 00 



Cairled forwaid (392,610 64 $2,191,303 49 



HECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDEES. 325 

HIUTABT ESTABUliHUENT. 











B.Q.Cole 


!!..ik«.t««v:::::::: 

do..'. 


... 10 


, 115 42 
1 08 




























do 




3*1 71 


T.Qrej 








F.BKibeiMii 

W.W. Bum* 


do 

do 




230 9T 
527 18 










wIkS 








II. DOOglM 


do 


8 90 


B-Murry 

I.»cBeed 

T. 8. J. lohiMcm 

B-Omy *. 


MiiStMtt BOTgeOD 

»«w>t 


'.'.'. 1 


SB 00 
,e4B 04 

28 BS 
22B 23 
411.620 68 















D.D.ToilipUlu... 






....H^umvq ^ gmenu 




D.H.V)QtOD 


■^'"^^'"^' ::; 


70,000 00 


T.L. Brent 


..J....tMA»t»at qaartermMter 


89,464 66 














J.B.Dlckenoo... 
W.B.Huicock... 


do 

do 


26,000 00 
8,691 05 


A-Hoatgomery .. 


do 

do 


1,228 48 
2, 100 00 
S, 600 00 




















W.W.Ch^muui.. 


do , 


6,000 00 








A. R. Eddy 






do 


2, iOO 00 


D.F.IUoooek... 

A.It«im»i 

F.A.8howp 

W. B.'^tirill 


do , 

do 

do 


1,200 00 
900 00 

»,S00 00 
383 60 


T-miUaini 


do 


61 07 
279 SI 




















J. Kellogg 




1,7S9 84 




CarriMlfomTd 






$760,613 18 



326 BECBIFTS AKD EXFBNDITTTBEa. 

18S7-'fi6. lOUTABT E8TABLI8HHSNT. 

Brought forw«rd 750,61S 18 

To B.V.BoDDean aetlDg asriatant quartennaatei 1,407 58 

J.W.Todd do 300 » 

G.A.DeBuBMy do 6,000 00 

J, Wtteht do 140 09 

J. B. TUlepigno do — 735 li 

J. Kewton do IBS 00 

G, T. B»rftTd do 17 17 

N. B. Pearco do fiOO OO 

G. T, B«lch do 1,044 8» 

T. M. Vincent do 486 98 

J. W. BobiaKin do MO OO 

L.A. AnniiloBd do 67 40 

B, H. BUrr do M6 30 

B. B. OiBDger do. SS Tft 

G. lUlmftdge do t 00 

H. A. HMcall, laU do. 7S 17 

A. Murry do SO 00 

H. Beu«OD, lftt« -.do M 10 

H. H. Walker do j 4S4 7> 

F. M. Follett do 1!4 88 

W. B Lane do 14T 87 

H. W. CloHon do...: f3l I» 

V.Ut do S 2S 

J. Longitreet do C6 H 

J. Kngen do 1,»15 OO 

T. Talbot do » 16 

■T. J. 0. Amory...,.— do 91 S5 

J. C. Bymmca do 60 00 

B. P. Smith do 18 60 

W. B. Andrews do » 4» 

N.C. Macrae do M 41 

F.Wheat.>n do 411 46 

J. B Bicketta do 147 SQ 

T. B. Edelin do J,976 80 

J. B Davldaon - do »6 !8 

C.L.B«at do SB 35 

J. Tipton do ! 04 

D, H. Maury do 1,000 00 

J. Gibbon do 1,600 00 

J. Thompson . do..... lOD 00 

J. Trerltt, late do MO SO 

J. P.HawUn* do 3B9 06 

J. D. O'Connell do 37 

W. Cn\g'. do B89 1* 

T, C. Sullivan do 100 OO 

J. HcL. 'KiyloT legimental quartonnuter 1,460 00 

8. O.Sawtello do Il> 77 

J. K. B. Btnart do MS 10 

0. H. TlllinghaBl : do 100 00 

T. T. Fauntleroy colonel 8S M 

H. Brooks lientenuit colonel BOO 00 

B. H. FItuerald major B7B 46 

H.C. Wayne do 1.I9B 17 

J. H. Carlton brevet m^Jor 1.383 11 

B. W. Foot* captain 1,014 9» 

J. B. Irwin, deceaeed, late do 2,909 i7 

A. Lowry do B7,29S 43 

J. Stewart do 4 00 

J. B BlcbBTdwa do 4*9 «B 

J.HcIntoth do 825 60 

C. S. LoveU do 10 00 

Canted forward tt62,43S 16 



BECBIPT8 Aim EXPENDITUBE8. 



lOUTABT EM-ABUfflMBNT. 





Bronghtforwaid 


.... 862,433 !S 




"::;;:::::::3^"".::::::::::::::' 




J. H. WhlttlrBe7... 


do 


84 














DeL.F. JoDea.... 


do 


613 42 














F. Gardner 


bremt captain 


90 






SIS SS 






E, B. H>llow.y ... 
W. T. HeoUlng... 


do 

do 


4 «5 

809 10 


E. G. Hanhall.... 




1,065 14 






















do 
















t:moo«,.„.::::: 






























W. H. C. WblUug . 


do 


62S 80 














A.HcD.HcCook... 


do 


!S9 28 




















































do 


1 86 




















A. J. S. MollDtttd.. 


do 


202 73 


CRadiimlDikl.... 




73 43 
9 00 


























L.H. Mareball.... 


do 


fi 00 






W.Hv«h«Jl 

W.WllItaau 


wrgeant 

orderly sergeant 

Canted Gsmrd 


3 80 
16 00 




•878,861 48 



EECEIFTS AND EIPENDITDEEa. 
MILITABT ESTABLISHMENT. 





Brought forward. 




878,881 Id 




































i the following repormenta : 


670 B7 
I,3S1 99 
83 96 
IS, 256 29 
174 11 
99 6S 

3 je 

«2 03 

150 DO 

111 69 

1,265 67 

7 71 
6,03< 27 

15*, 303 68 
200 00 
20 40 
869 84 
17,OS6 6S 
581 62 
lOS 32 
602 99 
160 00 
238 26 
426 10 
*,T42 69 

25 00 
eu 54 
951 56 

27 00 
27 69 

26 26 
14,774 16 

30 61 
M tW) 

196 13 
4,306 80 
1,319 33 

838 37 

659 T* 
3 00 

430 41 

8 26 

31 94 
2,166 61 

998 63 

1 26 

1T9 05 

6,161 63 

48 26 

6 00 




Prom which dednc 

By O. H. Crosmaii 

W. W. Chapman ... 


879,431 4S 








K.Rai.»om,jr 

G. W. Howland 


....do 


































KD-PhUli™ 






J. W. RobinBOD 


do 




J.O.Chuidler 


do 




G.D. Baily 


do 










E.K. Smith 

W.D.Pender 


do 

do 

do 

do 




F. C. Hnmphreyi... 


do 
















J. P. H»teh 


coptoln 










CRLovell 


do 




G.W.WaUace 

A.Q. Millar 


, .do 

do 




J.M. Braanan 


do 

do 










C M.WilTOi 


, do 




L. LUngdon 






O.B. Wilcox, late... 


do 




J.EBtftughter 


do 




K. Hkkler 




320,936 32 







DigmzecDy Google 



BECEIPTS AND EZPENDITUKES. 
HILITART E8TA6LI8HHBNT. 



To A Houtgomery U8iBl«Dt quartermutei,... .......... 8, 03> 88 

J R. Inrin. deceMed. 1^ c^tain 1,748 60 

G. V. Hebb. late do i,U3 66 

C. C, Blblej do 12 67 

B. B. Todd Ilenteiuiit 1,377 99 

C. D. QlOetpie do 8, 1S« BT 

tU, 319 66 
From whicit deduct the foUowing iepti;nieiitii : 

B; D. D. Tompklni u^lA&tqaarteiiDatter general, . 10,209 62 

J. a. Hartiii..... MristMit qu&rtfnnaater 570 03 

N. Ljoa . kcting »gilat»nt qnartcnimtw.. 1,45! 24 

B. Allen do 9.901 75 

J H Lendmm do 714 83 

J. D. O'Oomiell do 87 

W. Troiudale colonel 16 60 

J AduDi captain 50 SO 

H.M.Cadr lleuleiuuit 716 69 

J. H. Howard,late do 15 70 



ToO. H. Cronnan depntj qnartennaiter general ,.... 31,000 00 

r. Sword* do 18.600 00 

D. D. Tompkins anUtaut qnartermulaT general..... S,3D0 00 

D. H. Vtnton qmrtennaater ..... ... 4,800 DO 

H. M. a»tk do ; 4,820 24 

If. B. Miller anlstant qaartcrmasteT 19,600 00 

B. B. BabUtt do 2.097 90 

A. C. Myera do 8,200 0« 

A. Hoalgonietf..... do 1.032 75 

L.C. Buton do 7,953 92 

J. L. Donaldion do 1,786 70 

J. HcKiutrj do 2,i00 00 

J. O. Martin do 781 30 

T. L. Brent do 2,000 00 

D. H. Bwkei do 107 13 

A. Ivenon. acting awlirtant qoartennaater 200 00 

J- Gibbon .■ do., 760 00 

T. J.IWwiwell do 360 00 

H. B. Heodenbott do 706 05 

J. H. Bobertaon do 50 00 

A S. Webb do 150 00 

i. W. Todd do.. 260 00 

A. C. Myera do 3,000 00 

A. Beckwllh do 200 00 

V. B Pearce do 600 00 

0. T. Balch do 89 20 

P. A. %ottp do 600 DO 

J. L. Beno do 72 ts 

D. P. Hancock do .' 400 00 

J. W. Kobinion do 260 00 

T. .'. Brereton do 68 00 

T.Willlami do 199 20 

H. Benun, late i-o S3 70 

40 00 

8 00 

Carried forward $111,423 54 



330 RECEIPTS Aim EXPENDITURES. 



lBS7-'68. 


HILITABY EBTArajSHHENT. 


111,411 M 






























J. Nngen 


do 


ISt M 
































J. McL. Tajlor 










0. H. THIinghMt. .. 
N. W. Brown 




iOO M 
111 00 






L. P. QmbKU 


i:;;::::::::::!:^"::-;:-::::::::::;: 


10 10 








J. F, Reynold. 






led, Me colonel 


86 85 


J. Stewart , 




111 6S 
13, SID 36 






J.B.IrwlD, dectewd, 


late do 


11(30 


























A-CMym 


do 


3,000 00 








B. D. Fonythe 

J DMhlei 














































F.F. Flint 

A. McD. HcCotA ... 




11 00 

M 60 












84 80 












































Prom which d 
ByL. f. EMton 


133,711 66 












$133, »3 M 



BECEIFT8 AHD EXPENDITUBES. 



MILITARY KBTAPtJ9HMltST, 







10,*95 8fl 133,788 $6 
IS 18 


Q. W. Howtand 


..acting aaa't qqartennHter.. 










do 


850 00 


J. H. CkilUe 

W. RTenrill 


do 

do 

do i 


67 10 
6 30 
3 00 


J/a.-r.-.:!!^ 




70 
883 78 


T.T. nrontkroj 


;..:;:.v;?'^S!:::::;;:: 


« »0 


O.A. M»i 


bravet eolonel 


86 00 


D. Rngg\^:. 

R aomiett 

H. C Wayne 

J. 0. Barnard 


late do 

...breret lientoiuuit oolMiel.. 
do 

:::;::::;::?«:::;:::::::: 

do 


8S 8S 
8 00 

397 40 

8S 70 

143 49 

4 50 








&8. ADdenon 


brexet major 


20 
14 80 


J. W. Pb«tF« 




10 00 


A. B. Dyer 

u, aownt 


:::::::::::.V.::::::;::: 

do 


49 ID 

998 18 
37 80 


A. BufOTd, kte 


do 


814 47 
94 <0 








G. Btonemui 


do 


63 49 


T. B. BoCounril 

S HuuilhiD 


late do 


10 40 
IS SO 
88 SO 






3,931 «1 
8 M 


J. M Bruuuui 


do 


J. B. S1uKbt«r 


...Uenteoaot 


S,1B1 «2 






8 88 


J. H. WMttUwy 

J. V. D. Bee«« 




07 48 

30 


0. D Green 




00 30 










do 


14 31 

3,038 70 






B F. auuey 

P. G. B. Ten Bioeck... 






MslBtant aurgeon 


7 00 














•100,774 88 



,0, Google 



332 



RECEIPTS AND EXPEKDITDBES. 



HILITARY ESTABUBHUEKT. 
Traa^ortation nf U< armjr. 



To D. D. Tompkina ......quaitarmaster ffenoral-....- 

6. H. CnMmrai.. ..deputjquartermaateT general-.. 

T Swords do 

C. Thomu ...awiatant quBrtermaateT general 

D. H. Vinton ..... qnartennaater 

M, M. Clark do 

8. Van Vllet.... aadsUnt qaaitenDaatoT 

T, L. Bfent do 

W. 8. BoDcock do 

L. C EactoD - do 

J. MoKhwtry do 

B. E. Clary do 

J, a. Martin do 

B. B. Babbitt do 

A C. Mrer« do 

H. C. Wayna do 

M. B. Ulller do 

J. L. Donaldson do.... ... 

J. H. Uckenou do 

W. W.Cb^Muan do 

A. HoatKomery do .. 

B Ingalh do 

M. M. Clark do 

8. G. Fiench do 

L. 0. Morria, late do 

J. E Slanghter ..acting aMlatantquartemtaator.. 

W. Craig do 

8. Criqtln do 

J. C. Sfmmei ...............do 

A. IrerBon . . do 

A. B, Eddy do 

J. Gibbon do 

P. T. Wyman do 

H. B. Hendei^oit....... ....do.... 

F. WheatoQ do 

C. C. Lee do 

0. H. Tillingbaat do 

D. H. Manry do 

J. H. BobertsoD do... 

A. 3. Webb do 

T. E, Htller do 

J. W. Todd do 

Q.T. Balch do 

F. A. ShoDp do 

O. A. De Bauy do 

A, Beckwith do 

J. L Beno ... ........... do 

W. Jenkins.... ...do 

0. H P. Taylor, late do 

D. P. Hancock do 

a. W. Holland do 

W. F.Cbamblln do.... 

J. B. Yitleplgne do 

J. Newton . .........do... ......... 

G. D. Bayard do 

K OtU do 

T. M Vipcent do 

U. Benson, late ......... do.. .... ......... 

T. WUIIiuns ■ . da 

E. C. Wood, jr do 



191,217 8S 
294,837 65 
491,072 21 
142,000 00 
137,760 00 

10,e4S 11 
1,626,809 U 
G16. 168 96 
117,801 85 
S3S,669 81 
110,500 00 
294,000 00 

13,761 73 
140,651 13 

70,600 00 

25,000 00 



364,1 



9 00 



75,366 96 

141,641 00 

70,661 14 

116,200 00 

2,600 00 

1,000 00 

28 60 

487 05 

2,076 14 

174 6< 

38,700 00 

046 00 

13, 195 00 

1,050 00 

1, 160 00 

1,300 00 

18,000 00 

430 SI 

38« 69 

13,100 00 

18,000 00 

160 DO 

100 00 

1,440 DO 

300 00 

lei 79 

1,600 00 

1,000 00 

804 00 

1 15 

4,000 00 

141 40 

600 00 

184 15 

IB 00 

198 67 

100 00 

4t DO 

634 19 

1,766 36 

2S2 98 



Carried forward $6,430,265 OS 



RECEIPTS AND EIPENDITXJBES. 



I857-'58. 


MIUTABY E8TABH8HMEHT. 






































































J. P. Bhutbotne 


do 


3 46 








H. G. Bymonda. 




181 87 






























































E. H. FitagCTlJd 
















B G.French 


tapWn 


36,845 69 
















ImtK do 


2,474 43 


























a H. AndenoD 


do 


12 BO 


















243 60 












J. U. UcArthar 

B.B. Halloway 

W. T. UKchliDg 

E. O. Hmhall 


do 

do 

do 

do 


66 64 

126 44 

2,709 60 

1,018 21 
























































8.H. Beynolda 


do 


29 14 






■ : , C^oo^^lc 



334 RECEIPTS AND EKPENDIT0EE8. 

18ST-'fi8. MILITART ESTABUSHHENT. 

BrODghtfomid 9,586,738 47 

To L. L. Idngdat) ... lieBtenant B99 S* 

D D. Clark _ do 2< DO 

N. B. aweiuer do US 31 

W. B. Bnrei do 133 D9 

J EdirardB. jr do 75 15 

P. T. 8««lne do 11,600 7« 

n. H Moore do 106 00 

E. JohmtoD.......... .. ........do....... ...... — ... 13 01 

P- Stoekton do It 00 

W, H flowell do 66 

B. A. McOoDkBj A> 131 88 

B. H. RobertaOD.. .do 16 48 

J. O. TUfiwd.. do M 01 

A. C. QlbbB do U 17 

A. J. B. MollnMd do 4 40 

F. A. Pwxt do 1 00 

8. D Lee do 181 II 

i. May do 151 83 

P. C. HuinphT«;i............mlUtBr7 (torekeepei. — . — ....... 1,076 SI 

W. 0. Templeton do 4S1 94 

W. Wllliuni otdnsnce •ergeaut 4 34 

L-Leffmso .........do............ 19 86 

Ukjora k RnsHU 6,753 11 

H. Redmond 7 16 

T. Wairen 86 00 

J. McLeish 1,675 00 

B. H. Cluy, deoeaeed 31 61 

A. Poiren, decettaed ... ... ................. 143 00 

J. Clifford 705 00 

Baring ft Brothen 1,150 68 

J. Decker, deceated 63 11 

ChouUu, BwriMD&Nalle 141 00 

A. Coagmre 17 60 

O. H. BInk, deoeaaed 30 Ot 

J. B. BunfOD 10 40 



From which deduct the following repaymwit* : 

lyO. H. Paige Mdatant qnartennaater...- 99 60 

D. H Rncker do 31,098 14 

H. B. Heodenhott do 377 95 

O.A.PBlfrer aoUng UBtatMit qtutrtenuBiter 47,899 13 

W. P. Carlin do 1,381 69 

E. D. Pbllllps do 3,697 13 

E. 8. Ontnger do 33 73 

a, TftllnudKe do 6 00 

H. H, Walker do 564 13 

F. M. Follett do 10 38 

W. B. Un« do ' 60 87 

H. W Clavon do 89 68 

F. Lee do 1 16 

J DrjwWe do HO OC 

J. H.C«rIiila do 824 71 

W. P. Carlln do H 93 

0. D Baily do 9 43 

T. -Mbot do 9 15 

P. J. C. Amorr do IS GO 

J. T abaaff do 61 78 

W.R.Tetrill do 250 00 

J. B. ColUpB do 103 10 



CKriedfonrard 187,614 « $6,691,8U 7S 

Goiwlc 



BECKIPTS AND EZFENDirnBES. 



' HILTTABT ESTABUSHKENT. 









,692,833 73 


A. U. HukelL... 




16 60 


H. B. Schroder... 




617 60 




D. P Hancock... 


do 


It UO 




















B V. BomiMi-,... 


do 


1,199 SO 




C BaddmlDiki .. 


do 


28 50 




















T. T. FsunUeioy . 


oolMel 


1,072 75 




H, 0. Wayne 


m^or 


ll.SSS 61 














"""""i::::!!^":::::::::: 






0. UcLeao 




88 06 
















83 




Z C. Bi.hop 


do 


32 79 




DeL. F. J<HiM... 


do 


933 42 




T. Seymour 


brevet c^>taln 


U7 46 




B. JobiuoD 




2,067 76 




J. Deshler 


do 


174 77 




J. Dtnlel 


do 


S 01 








316 64 


























E. J. Harrle 








J. H. WWttlewy.. 


do 


8 17 




A. McD. McCook . 


do 


7, 633 37 




H. A. Bmalley ... 


do 


IB 60 




H. H. Walker 




1 00 




W. A.KimiDO 




8 31 




W. H. Otaham... 


do 


786 07 




W. 8. Abert 




3S9 64 
1,204 00 




J. B. ViDton 










26 00 
103 00 




T. a J. JohMon.. 












118.803 M 



•5,474,030 69 



ToT. P. Andrewg ...........depot; p«]>mMter general.. 

Z. Van Neie do 

B. W. Brice parmatter 

T. J. Ledi* do 

H. Hill do 

D. Hunter.... ........... do ....... 

St C. Denny do 

8 HacUn do 

B. AlTord do 

R. a Cblltou do 

A. B Ragaii do 

A. J. Smith do 

H. PriDoe do 

G. C. Hatter do 

A. J. Coffee . do . 

F. A. ConDlD^him. ................. do. -....---... 



8,S0O 00 
6,700 00 
6,000 00 
21,972 79 
11,604 00 
17,600 00 
16,521 07 
2,140 78 
5,200 00 
6,000 00 
6,400 00 
2,800 00 
6,200 00 
1,800 00 
3,600 00 
1, 100 00 



Ouiled forward ^121, li 



fif^t',??!? 



BECEIFTS AND EIPENDITUSBS. 
mLITABT EffTABUSHHENT. ■ 



To R B. Bevnolda 


Brought Awward., 




121,136 C4 
2,700 00 
4,469 21 


;;:;.:;;;::!!?T^;:::;::;::: 
































1,600 00 
















































J. B. Crane, deceued, lite colonel 




IS 00 


J. B.W»lbach,deceaBed, late. ...brigadier geneial 

A. Bntord, lat« utptaiu 




8 00 

27 73 


















L. Jenkins, deceased. 


Ute lieuteoutt 

paymuter 


7,071 86 
7,632 2S 

eoo 00 

948 00 
18 66 
S 00 
13 is 


9 60 


From which deduct 
ByA, W.Osines 


148,663 43 








G. H. mnggold 

B. J. D.Irwin 

S. W.Crawford 

J.C-Hemdi-n 


do 

assistant surgeon 


16, SOI 25 








$132,361 18 






T.J. Leslie 


p»ymMt«r 




1,054 28 












































































...asdstant quartermaster geoeral- 












D. H. Vinton 

H. C. Wayne 


quartermaster 




110 SI 


v:;::;.T . .do."/."^!;::: 






















a. W. F Wood, deceaied, late do 




6S 70 




























Curiedformid.. 








S»6a.746 S6 



BBCEIPT3 AND EXPEN'DITUBES. 



1B6T~'58. 


MILTTAKT ESTABLISHMENT. 

Broufeht forward.. 
....acting »^tmt quartermwtw.. 




















































.......„.......^.......... — . 
















'i:""izi:-do..:::": : 






















0. Oranger 

C. D. Gilleipir, iHte. 












T3 00 




; the fidloiriDg rcpnyiucnts : 
pajmoster 

do 

do 

do 

do 


1.171 « 

4,964 70 
33 m 
TG 83 
755 47 
491 57 
89 
92 56 

12 50 
135 49 
135 94 

61 10 
Tin S2 

68 00 

13 01 
151 89 

58, 189 31 
65 03 
63 25 
354 39 

5 00 
72 31 
12 47 

7 78 
251 30 
30 00 

69 08 

6 31 
30 50 

2 50 
75 36 

709 07 
24 SO 
97 32 
74 76 

949 79 




From which deduct 

By n. W-Brue 

■ A W. QainM 

A B.Itegnn 

H, Leonard 

B-IDRSII. , 

W W, Chnpmmi ... 


9fi6,6I0 49 


E. G. Elliott, 1M« ... 
J C. Moorp. Ute.... 

B.T. Tamlej 

J. C. McFermn 

J E B. Stuart 

T. L. Breot 

T. JonLui 

W. B HauD , 


do 

do 

do 

, do 

!"l"X^""'l'ldo!I^l!"""l' 




tlsi^ 


do 

do 




iTS.-^ 


do 




A. Bufi.rJ, IM« 


captain 




H. Brooks do 

J. Van Hum, d«*«*ed, IMe <io 

T. 0. Pitcher do 

W L. CaWI do 

a. A. WiHiami do 

J. B. Collii.B do 




J. E. Slaughter do 

P. T. Swwne do 

J Van Horn, late major 






lim ^ <JaUf>s for <#«r.- »cn>mU. 
deputy [wyuioBter general 


10,&63 74 








1896,941 75 


Paymmtm 
ToT P- Andrew* 


2, 20» Oft 















333 BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDBES. 

ISi7-'53. - MILITARr ESTABLISHMENT. 

Broaght forward 3,*ntl 00 

Ti> B. W. Brioe pdjmaatcr 1,905 00 

T. J. Leslio do 6,0!6 96 

F. E Hnot do 2,500 00 

H. Hill do 3,402 50 

St. U. Denny do S,67] 76 

8. Haclin do 810 Ov 

B Alvord do 2,100 00 

D. Homer do 8,168 34 

R. H. Chilton do 1,500 00 

G. C. Huttet do 800 00 

H. Prince do 2,200 00 

A B.Bagan d.i 2,000 00 

A J. Coffae do 1,500 00 

F. A. Cunnlngluun do 600 00 

a. H. BingBold do 1,100 00 

H. Leonard do 4U0 00 

B B. Bejnolds do 800 00 

8. Wood do 1,10* 78 

C. H. Fry do - 5,2&6 18 

A. J. Rmith do 1,M0 00 

L. J. Boall do 600 00 

J. T. Daabiell do 300 00 

N. W Brown do 800 00 

A. C Bennett do 65 00 

A. W. Beynolds (wsiataot qnarlernDuiler 6ti 

J. B. Walbach, deceased, Ute.. brigadier general ' ~* 

I. B, Crane, defeased, late colonel 

H, Roinbridge, deceased, late ..lieutenant colooel 

W. H, Chase -- major 

A. Buford captain 

C- P. Wooster, deceased, late do 

B.C. W. Radford. :.do 

A. J. Miller do 

C. P. Stoue do 

J H. Qreland, deceased, late do... 

J. Van Horn, deceased, late do '. ... 

T. O'Hara do 

B. Allston, late lieutenant 

B C. Ives, late do 

H. K. Cully do 

J. H. Wheelock do 

T. Henry do 

L Jenkins, deceased, late... ......do . . .. 

From which deduct the following repayments ; 

ByH. Prince paymaster 200 00 

O, H, Ringgold do SKO 00 

A. W. Oalnes do 1.195 14 

B .1. D. IrwlD. ...Rssistantsnrgeon 6 83 

C. W. Crawford do 2 60 

J. C. Hcrndon do T 31 



&p<ma <^ ncnaling. 

ToT. J. litslie paymaster II 75 

J Y. Dashiell do 214 98 

A. C. Uyers. asslsluit quarternuster 94 85 

Carried forwaid -., $381 S2 



5 83 


S6 OO 


5 00 


4 33 


8 67 


2 60 


6 00 


» 91 


I 42 


4 83 


2 58 



RECK1P13 AXD EXPENDITUSES 339 
1857-'i8. MILITAET ESTABLISHMENT. 

Brought foTWBTd 321 &Z 

To 8. CrUpin ...BcUng awUteot qoM-teniuiiter ITO 04 

N. A.M. Dudley do 56 S2 

H, B Hendereliott do 708 70 

A. Cady ; major. 1,400 00 

J. P. BeTDoldH bievetm^or 250 00 

T. W. iSherman do 150 00 

J. T. Spragie do 200 00 

J. H. Carletoa do 600 00 

J. Adama captain 2,400 00 

D. Hoston, }r do *,(S40 00 

8 .lODFE... do 400 00 

J. N. Caldwell do 350 00 

C H. Hamber .....do.. 150 00 

H, Uttle do 250 00 

N Lyon do 51 00 

A.J. ijmith do 700 00 

8. McLam do 11 06 

T. Claiborne do 6 75 

J H Whitlleiey do 1,100 00 

H. B. Schrocder do __ 150 00 

O. W, WHlUce do 900 00 

D. F. JoDe« do HOO 00 

a. tiykM do 300 00 

3. H Potter do 129 IS 

J M. Braonan do 150 00 

H. D Wftllen do 1,000 00 

E. Underwood do 1,000 00 

J. W. Davldion do 600 00 

W. L.E3ltolt do 200 00 

O Granger brevet captain 7,000 00 

R. M. Morria do 200 00 

J. H. McArthur lleatcDaot 7,100 00 

W. B. Boyall do 3,000 00 

R. R QarUnd do. 2,000 00 

R.Johnston do 4,600 00 

J. C. BonoycaBtie do 1.800 00 

A IveraoD do 632 00 

■ A. Jackaun do 2,300 00 

J B. Oreea do 2,800 00 

B. D Fortytho do 6,300 00 

T.C. EDgllBh do 2,000 00 

B. J, Uo<rgo...' do 3,000 00 

E, N.Eagle do 2,682 48 

0. E. NorrlB do 1.600 00 

D, C. Stith do 1,500 00 

A. R. Eddy do 400 00 

L R Haisboll do 1,300 00 

L C. Bootes do 3,800 00 

J, Dpdcgraflf do 2.9U0 00 

T.J Haines do 650 00 

H, B. DavidBOQ do 1,300 00 

J P. Jones do 1,100 Ou 

W. R, Peage do 1,950 00 

L BiMcIt do 1,100 00 

A. J. Duneltun do 60O 00 

H. A.Bmitiley do 650 00 

T, B. Edelin do 450 00 

T. J. C. Aioory do 650 00 

A-CGillem do 300 00 

B. H. Robert«»ii do 1,400 00 

W. H, EoM.ll do l,0aO 00 

Carried forward ( «Be,95B OS 



BECEIPT8 AND BXPEXD1TUHE8. 
UIUTABY ESTABLISHMENT. 















W. McE. Dje 








D. Bell 








Q. Cli»pin 




W. B. Lane 


do.... 










Q. B AadereoD 

A. H. Flummet 

A. L. Long 


do 

do 






T. Grey 








J. Nugen 








H, C. Hoitges 








F. Fink 








R. R. Onrland 
















J. W, Alley 








N. O. Evani 
















L. BiBaell 




R C. Woods 








D. H. M«urT 








J. H. EJmh 








J. T. Ooode 








M T.Carr 








H, W. CloBson 








■W. P. Cailin 








W. D. Whipple 

A. Piper..... 


do 


J. 0. LoDg 
















J. Stuart 




Ld Rhett L. Uvingston.. 
H Q. Gibwn 








1'. St. G. Cook 





S6,S58 02 

1.600 00 

300 00 

300 00 

25 

1, 600 00 
BOO DO 

1,900 00 
160 61 

1,200 00 
300 00 
400 (in 
200 0« 
800 00 
S&3 00 
ISO 00 
SCO 00 
ISO 00 
500 00 
500 00 
100 00 
SOT 42 
300 00 

too 00 
260 00 
220 00 

S,000 00 
260 00 
600 00 
160 00 
260 00 
100 00 
179 05 
200 00 
300 00 
300 00 
400 00 

1,600 00 
100 00 
300 00 
too 00 
SOO 00 
100 00 
300 00 
100 00 
160 00 
150 00 

loe 00 

100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
300 00 
SOO 00 
100 00 
100 00 
1,600 00 
SSO 00 
78 67 

Carried forward ...^ $ll3L]t5 03 



..^ $iia,]ti 



HECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 



MlLtTART ESTABLISHMENT. 











E. Eichitdson, decMsed 




29 2S 




















113, iGS 28 








ByT. P. Andrews 


...deputy paymaster general.. 


221 67 






paymaster 


10 25 




T. J. Leslie 




37 00 




H. Leonard 




2B0 00 




Bt. C Denny 




27 SS 




J. T. Dwhiell 




214 92 




C. H. Fry 


do 


22 00 








124 54 




B Alvonl 


do 


3 60 




B. W. Brlce 




64 68 




A. J. Smith ;... 




91 Ofi 




P. E. Hunt 


do 


18 73 








2 ao 

160 00 




H. E. Maynadier 






B. D. Fomythc 




as 60 








201 62 
6 34 




B. V, Bonnean 


do 








368 05 
37 60 




A. iTerBOD 






A. Buford, late 


-do 


11 




J Artamx 


do 


6 90 




A. Tracy 


do 


12 01 




W. B. Bradfute 


do 


74 90 








102 68 
24 17 
16 47 










A. J. Miller 


do 




J. P. Hatch 


do 


622 00 








14 n 

134 00 il 




J. Van Horn, deceased 


late do 


v^fu 


H. a Wallen 


do 


560 14 1; 




J. U. Bmnnan 


do 


130 87 1 




W. L Elliott 


do 


30 00 




T B. K. Ruuell 


do 


I 67 


^^■^-^ 










n r. H.n^™, 


do 


66 00 




E. Long 


do 


169 00 




J.R WiihereU 




60 00 




J. R ColliDS 


do 


33 37 








160 00 
193 02 




J. N. Perkins 










41S 90 








66 02 
121 67 
18 44 










E. W. Pease 


do 




J. H. McArthut 


do 


66 64 




R Stockton 


do 


SI2 78 




8, H Reynolds 


do 


29 14 




E, H. Riddick 












6S 




J. C. BonnycBStle 


do 


80 00 




D. C. Stith 


lieutenant 


18 89 








41 2T 




J. Nunen 


do 


200 00 




C. M. CreMOr 




24 00 




J. B. Oreon 


do 


30 00 





Carried forward S(,2S6 72 $113,263 28 



342 BECEIPTS AKD EXPEND1TUKE8. 



1867-'M. 


UILITABT ESTABLISDHENT. 










5 60 


113,263 IS 


BjJ D. Wilklna 




a. Bowers 


do 


103 51 




B. H. Boberlaon 


do 


IS 48 




L H Murshall 


- do 


6 00 




J. G. Tilford 


do 


10 02 




A. C.Qibbs 




U 27 




G. Cbapin 


do 


150 00 




L. Jeokitia. deceaied 


late do 


S3 49 




J. G. Fitzgeiftld 


do 


44 00 




J, A, Fnwt 


do 


1 to 




O. B AadertOD 


do 


10 1 93 




H. B D«»Id8on 


do 


1!1 20 




B. H. Einnc; 


do 


133 9S 




G. Granger 


do 


8 82 














Saimg /BUT addition^ ngimaOi. 




7, 091 40 




$106. no 88 














































M M. Clark 


quartermuter 




4 77 
















534 50 














































P. N. Guthrie 


capKdn 




196 68 


T.O'Hara 
































M. S Pitcher 


do 






B. N. Eiigle 






33 CO 


A. T. Palmer, lute.. 


do 




39 19 


J. B. Witherell 


do 




60 <)0 




































C0,66S 41 


vt nicQ dedact trom me toiiowiog teparmenu : 






By T. P. Andrews 




!14 03 






pajmaster 


9,672 68 




J. T Dasbiell 




119 3e 




D. Hunter 




8,874 56 






do 


26,109 21 




E.H. Chilton 


do 


649 00 




T. G. Martin 


aawatBDt qaartermaatar 


3, 190 0! 




B. C. Wood, jr 




IS, 479 18 




E. D. Phlllipt 


llO 


300 








09 60 
30,000 00 




E. B. Babblit 


do 

Caniedfonrard 






$91,280 63 


»60,G63 41 



RECEIPTS ASD EXPEND1TDBE3. 



1857-'a8. 


HILITART ESTABLISHUENT. 


1,230 S3 

1 50 

ISO 00 

*7 TS 

710 00 

68 00 

fiOl 81 

S 16 

7 20 

312 92 

681 48 

60 00 


60, SIS 41 




do 


p. Whe»ton 

S. D. BtDTgla, acUoK 
E. Van Dorn 




W. D. DeUuuire... 


captain 




H. Heth 






M. 8. MUler 


do 




R. N.Eagle 

N. A. M. Dndle]' ... 


do 

do 


93.617 47 
$3S,2SE 0< 


Eicen of repsiymeii 






JToftMi md lnvilal Apartmt^. 




















3. Uaclin 


pnymMter 






49S 25 




















































































































































































































E. B. BftbUu 


qunitenaa«ter 






20 00 












E.E. Clary 


Mstetaot quarteroiAiter 






M 00 




































































































































E, A PuUttj 








256 84 







344 BECEIprS ANB EXFEKDITUBES. 

186T-"58 MILITARY ESTABLISH ME ST. 

Brought furwnnl 17,130 13 

To L. 0. Mnrrlx acling aesiiitaiDt qiurtenuatter 206 14 

a. A. Williama do 23ft 82 

R. RanBora do 136 61 

J, B. Collins do 105 '0 

A. L. Long do M 32 

H. B Henderahott do 63 OO 

T. B Edelin do 58 60 

T Moore do 362 DO 

N. Lyon do 640 00 

W. B Hftien do IS* 43 

Q. O. Haller do 104 05 

J. T. Shaiff do 15 60 

W. Butler do ^4 2S 

H. H. Walker do 34 W 

A. JncksoQ . ....do ... 26 00 

W. P. ChambliBH do 108 38 

J. O. Long do *6 50 

B. D. Forsythe do 84 80 

B. C.Wood, jr do 221 65 

J. UcIntoBh do 46 00 

W. Owens do 651 00 

J. V. D. DuBolB do 11 00 

A.M. Haskell do 16 50 

G. B. Andeison do 160 00 

8.Cr)«plt) do 6 20 

D.P. Hancuck do 81 50 

8. Breck do 8» 00 

E. Oar Jo 37 50 

W. JenklDB do 1S8 58 

F. II. Laroed do 84 00 

8. 8. Baker do 83 00 

L-MenilL do M 10 

R. Johniton do 85 50 

W. A.Niromo do; 5 84 

.1. M. Rol^rtson do 23 46 

A. Ivertoajr do " '5 

H. M. Uarlle do I't >5 

A. Merchant do 2*8 80 

A. V. Kaiitc do 356 42 

J. E. Slaughter do 609 33 

W. L. Cabell regimental quartercwBter 82 00 

T. Q Pitcher do 262 10 

J. E, Wool brevet major genernl 133 25 

N. C. Macrae migoT 150 00 

T. W. Sherman brevet mi^iot * 60 

T. T. B. Laidlej do !* "O 

J. Plj-mpton breTetcolonei 150 00 

O. B. Crittenden lieutenant ooioael 10 00 

John Newton captun 1*0 00 

Q. Btoneman do 91 00 

J. P. Gilmer do " <•»> 

H. Staniburj do 81 SI 

a. OiAuget brevetoapt^n 1ST 60 

J.G.Foster do 60 72 

3. G. Walker captain 22 50 

J C. Hoore lieutenant 12 60 

J, H. Wheelock do H 00 

C. D Gillespie do 34 00 

F. E. Prime do « «0 

J. T. Qoode do tS 00 

B. D, Stargig ......actinganlBtant commlaMt;ofBabdstenee 23 47 

Carried forward ^.:;,^^^^jOB» M 



RECEIPTS AND EXPEXDITURES. 
MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 















L. Bjnie 


doctor 


240 lift 




















P.P. BurtOD 


do 


360 OD 




















H J Kenti.ltk 


do 


1,!60 00 














W. E- Towiwcwt 


do 


!S3 33 


























A. H CampUll 


do 


100 00 
































G. C. U. RobL-its 

W. J.Sl.«i 


do 

du 


104 00 

2,431 6T 








K. P. Leske 

C. B. AleuDder 


do 


7 00 

216 66 






































J.D. B.6tlllau 




lUO DO 


R, H. Coolidge 


do 


46 60 














W. 8. Hopkiu 

W.Johnwii 




41 50 








L. DaB. Kuhn 


do 


1.544 94 


W. P Howard 


do 


49 81 


E F DeOn.B«nried.-.. 


do 


116 68 








W A Oordun 

PO Brlnimade 


do 

do 


>7 00 

10 T5 























KECEIPT8 AlfD EZPENDITITBE8. 
MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 









ToH. B. Hill 




S6 « 














































"."."'"TdT" 




B. J. D Irwin 


auUtaat Burgeon 


201 26 




















































































































































































































































ftillowiDg: ropiymenU : 
..UBlBlant qu irtcrmaitOT. .. 




From whii;h dnluct the 

ByT. J. Lenlie 

A, Hontgomery 


117,916 S3 

GS 00 
61 50 




"'5^"'" 
















tllT.STl « 

igmzecDy Google 



BECEIPTS AND EXPEHDITUKE8. 
MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 
Borraih, qua ten, tfC. 



ToT. Snniida — ..deputv quurterraftSter gtncral... 

Q H. Crosraan do 

D D. Tonipkiru ...aMlstant quarteiroanter general.. 

M. M. Clark qmrtcnnastcr 

D. H.Vinton d.i 

A- Montgomery am'stsnt quartermaitter 

M. 8. Miller do 

A C. Mjcra do 

L.C. EmtOQ do 

E. a Babbitt do 

T.L.Bn:nt, do 

J. L. Dooaldion da 

J. MvKiiutij do 

H.e. Clary -.do 

R. Allen do 

J.G.»ltirtlD do 

U. Idj^iIh do 

RVui Vliet do 

W.W.Ch«pin»n do 

A. iveraoa acting a«gi«tiuit quartermuter... 

J.Twuhlg do 

A. R, Edilf do 

<>. H. TillinghHt do 

J. 3 Wabb do 

R.A.Uow>9l do 



G. W. yowland do.. 

A. L. Million do,. 

H. a llcndenhott. do.. 

O.T. B»lch do.. 

H.C. Woodjr do.. 

H. a. Walker do., 

J. O. Cbandler do., 

F.M. Follett. do., 

H.B. Fleming do.. 

■ ■Loogttreet do.. 

J-Nngen ...do.. 

II, F.bmitta do. 

H. aschroeder -do.. 

J.aRiekett» do.. 

W. p. cbambli* do.. 

T.aEdella do.. 

J. L.Corle7 do.. 



..do,. 



J. IhompwMk... . . . _ 

J.Trevili, lale. do 

W.D. Pender. do 

WXr^g do 

C. R»lEl(iiin>kl do 

a G. Sawt«l 'e . regimental quarter maiter. . 

J. E-asteiurt do 

J.KcLTajlor do 

M. C. Wayne . . major 

J. H.Carleton . brevet major 

W. A,Tbointon do 

A. Lowry captain.. 

J.lttewart do 

J. UclDtotb do 

W. II. Gariner do 

W.&arMi do 



95,000 
53,500 
3U, 500 U 
12,745 6 
G1,0U0 

2,200 
44,500 
16,3S0 
18,000 

1,410 

es.ooo 

2,976 6 
3,200 
7, 000 
243,891 3 
4,341 6 
2,S00 
10, one 
S,0DO 



Carried forward.. 



'■W^lt 



BECEIPT3 ASD RZPENDITUBES. 



857-'58. 


MILITARY ESTTABURHMENr. 












































































B.D.Foraythe 


lieutenant 






668 25 
















































































































J W. Schuremand, deceaeed, Itte do 






161 04 




























































































































the fulIowJQR reparnjeoU: 

afBistant quaitcrmaater 


US ts 

629 G6 

13,953 60 

3 IS 00 

4,320 34 

tl5 49 

4,m !! 

61 60 

8SS 60 

IT 90 

758 98 

1,981 68 

6IT 10 

86B IB 

m 13 

646 88 

18,330 44 

1,0SI 35 

51 61 

1,070 01 

3 02 

1,920 05 

2S3 64 




From which deduct 
By J. C. McFerran 


747,918 61 


W.W. Chapman 

F.H UasU^D 

E. B. Babbitt 


."."."*."."."." .".""do!II'I.'"^I" 




W. K Van Bokkelia 

J, F. Eeynolde 

E. D. Pbillips 

T. WilH»tng 

n Benson 


do 

..acting aw!aUu]l quBTtermaater. 
do 

"""";;i""do."""i;"* 




G. U. Baily 

J T. Shaaff 

H. C. SymondB 

W. Jenkini 

L «orri8 

J H. Carliale 

A. C. aUUm 


do 

"""""""",do-'.','y.'.".""" 




J. P. H«wkinB 

B. V. BonuMU 


JTled foritard 




Ca 


«5l,355 


91 


1747,918 62 



SECEIFTS AND EXFENDlTDaES. 343 

lfi57-'58. MIUTABY E3TABU3HMENT. 

Brought forward 6I,35S 97 747,916 62 

ByT. PilchT regimeDtal quarieriwuiter.. 7,2S6 92 

E. H. Fitigerald mujur 1,735 92 

J O. Barmtrd do 177 ti 

T T. FaUQtlero; nolonel 13 *2 

W. Ontea do 19 3G 

A Boford captain 26G 09 

J. H. Wtittlesey do 85 48 

B. O. French do 10,697 29 

R. U Potter do 28 16 

E. W. Foote , do 228 39 

O W. Wallace do 1,883 00 

G. V. Hebb do 8,819 63 

C. C. Siblef... do 7 66 

O. Oranger brevet captain... . 210 13 

T. S. Everett lieutenant 13 63 

T. Moore do 453 00 

J C. Moore do 204 37 

8 H. BcTnolda do 7 68 

N. B. Sweitier do S,99S 80 

W. W. BnmB do 2,363 27 

J. D. WllkinB do 27 10 

J. E. Slaughter do 4,262 77 

K. Q. Cola do 4 80 

8. D. Lee do 42 32 

W. S Abcil do 150 70 

B. Jobnaton do 651 25 

W. Williams...... ordnance sergcaDt . TO 47 

T. A. McParliu anigtant aurgeoD 1 21 

R. Gray agent 6 67 

J. B. Viaton agent qnartennaaler's department. 76 2S 



Cbnlo^mAn i/ lk4 army. 

ToF.E.Hatit paymuter 245 00 

0. H.Crosmaa depntj quarlerm aster general 60 84 

D. D. Tompkins aadslant quartermaster general 39 00 

M.!>.lllller agslBtant quarternuiBter 333 80 

..,._.. , gj ^P 

IB B3 

76 CO 
483 43 
178 26 

45 00 
108 00 
240 00 
12 00 
96 00 
14 13 
168 00 
61 GO 

77 00 



t 00 
4 48 
CO 00 



Carried f>>rw.rd-. 





do 


































RW-Klrkham.... 


do 














W.Jenkimi 


do 











950 EECEIPTa AND EXPENDITUEES. 



IMT-'Se. ■ 


MILITABY ESTABLTSHUENT. 

Brought forward 

..Acting aaslBtant quanermaattr 


2,<93 91 






j.'mIt™'""''-"""-'/":' 


























do 


251 15 








Inui, N. Palmer , 

U.A.Murray 

N Rico 


captain 

prlv:ite ^ 


75 00 

15 75 


John Potto , 


.do 


7,000 0« 














1 . C. Raynoldg 


































































he followInK repayment : 




EYom which deduct t 


20,827 76 




»20,769 GO 



To J. K B. Stuart asdgt&nt qunrtermasCer - 11 00 

& Lansing, jr military etortkerper 16, SSI 49 

J. a Butler do 16,100 00 

T.Lewi* do IB, 400 00 

J. M. Oalt do 1,385 00 

L. Leonard •. do 1,674 00 

K.C. Humphreys do 8,150 00 

W.E. Andrews do 1,200 00 

J.8.Al>en do 1,050 00 

W. a Shoemaker do 4,897 SS 

J. B. Uanban do 700 00 

T). Chase.. do 1,25Q 00 

T.T.S-L^dlcy brevftmajor S,200 00 

Q.D.RanlKny do 26,300 00 

P.V. Hagner do 6,850 00 

W. A. ITiotiiton do 3,200 00 

B. Hufner brevet colonel 2,000 00 

F.N.Page a»i»tant adjutant general 250 00 

B. H. K. Wbtteley captain 9,600 00 

J. McNutt.- do 11,200 00 

J. OotgHS do 2,250 00 

B. A. Wainwright do 760 00 

A. B. Dyer do 4,000 00 

C. P. KingrbUTj do 3,200 00 

C^ried forward »1S8,6J5 11 



RECEIPTS AND EXPEKDITIIEE9, 351 

1857-'6B. MILITAEY ESTABLISHMENT. 

Brought for wani 13S. 52& 11 

To T.J.Breteton CHptain 2,900 UO 

F. D. Cullender <lo 6,500 00 

J.A.J Bradfoid do 1,100 00 

J.LReoo brevet eaptnin 1,000 00 

W.B. BiiggB lieutcnaut 6,860 00 

0.0. Howard do 290 62 

G.T.Bnlch do 40 38 

T Talbot do Z60 00 

E. Burt . ordnance urgcuit.. — 20 St 

J. U.Cuyler Burgeon Z ST 

P. U Vroom..., 39 00 

N. Grant 660 00 

B. Hkle 1,(100 00 

B. Fatherly 200 00 

F.J.Bhank 1,500 00 

159.877 Tl 
From which deduct the following; repa;n>eDte ; 

By R Alvotd .pajnmster 154 S4 

T.J.IcBlie do 66 00 

H.LeodHrd do 14 00 

Bt.U. Denay do 13 i'5 

L.J.Be*]l do S9 04 

F. E. Hunt do 26 75 

W. A. Ihomlon... brevet major .., tiS 00 

W. B. Shoemaker mililary Btortkeeper 897 62 

M. McArtbar. deceaaed, lato ordniLnce sergeunt 62 12 

C.P.titone. late raptain 6,356 76 

J. P. ■'.Todd do 25 00 

D.Bell lieutenant 98 58 

P. O. JoneB. MvisiAnt surgeon 16 00 

J, W. Schureman, dtceaaed, late...lieutenaat 19 00 



Ordnanrt, ordnanct tiara, and ngipUei. 

ToT. P. Andrews deputy pftjuwaWr general 217 20 

E VauNeW do 21 20 

A, J, Kcnitb do 399 60 

A J. Cuffee do 68 00 

U, Hunter do 322 40 

B, W. Brico do 815 24 

C, H. Fry do 290 10 

RH Chilton do 326 40 

0. H. Biodgold do 33 30 

L J. Be II do 251 60 

P. A. Cuoninghiiin.. payinaster - 16 00 

B, WoMb do 84 60 

B. AlTord do 34 60 

H Prince do 136 73 

A, W. Gainea do 328 40 

F. E Hunt do 321 80 

A. B, Ragan do 223 16 

P. T. Tarnlcy asdBtaat qnartcmuiBter 160 

A. B. LanBing do 152 00 

W.B. Hazen acting auUiaut quartvrnuieCer. 20 61 

H BlgfCB do 3 00 

J.N. Mooie do 30 DO 



Carried forward.. 



ogle 



852 KECE1PT8 AND EXFENDITOSES. 

1SST-'S8 UILIfABT EETTABLISHMENT. 

Brougbt funrard.. 

To T. K Jackson .actini; BRsUtant quartermaster 

S. Laneing. Jr mililarj storekeeper- 

J B. Butler do 

T. Lewis do 

E. LucM, jr do 

D. B. Junes aseUtsnt arljiitaot general 

Q. D. BuniBny , brevet iiuijor 

P, V. Hagner do 

W. A. Thonitun do 

R. H. K. Whiteley captain , 

A. R Dyer do 

J. McNutt do 

F. P. Cullender do 

J, Qntgos. — do 

T. OHam do 

W. S Bi>K^ lieutenant 

C. D. Gillespie do 

0. 0. Howard do , 

Lacey k Phillips 

Sam uel Colt . 

J. C. Palmer ... ... 

E. Remington & Bona , 

J, T. Ames 

W. E Jones 

Kiceft Cliildress 

C. AlgTtCo 

H. L. DeZeng 



t9.400 00 

3S,2D0 00 

10,900 00 

G, OOO 00 

14 00 

61,000 00 

il.ROO 00 

1,900 00 

U,200 00 

1,300 00 

1. &<I0 00 

8,000 00 

SOO 00 

4 00 

1,000 Oft 

8 00 

40 00 

12,511 35 

17,019 43 

15,i8S 00 

18,684 00 

IT, 841 33 

11,919 00 

4,333 00 



From whicli <leduct the following repaymenta : 

By B, F. Larned , paymister general.. 

T. J Leslie paymanter 

B. Alvord — do 

N. W Brown do 

H. mil do 

A. W. QaloM do 

W. W. Cbapman.. a«Bistant quarternuuter.. 

T L. Brent do 

E. E, McLean acting assistant quartermaster.. 

S. Lan^ng, Jr military storekeeper--.. 

B L. Sparkman ..captajn - 

O Stoneman ..do - — . 

C. P. Btone do 

J. Van Horn, deceased, late do 

B H. K. Whiteley do 

O. T. Balch ,. .lieutenant -. 

0. 0. Howard do 

A- H. Campbell ...... ....superintendent, &c 

R. A. WiJnwright 

C. V. Wooater, c" 



12,101 SO 
13 10 
59 81 
22 84 

16 eo 

T 67 

731 B5 
143 GS 



2 36 

S7 60 
8,231 04 

27 22 
2,181 67 
6,826 19 

40 00 
B,773 3! 
1,132 18 

27 87 



Amwmmt ^ fart^eationt. 

To 3. lAnsing, jr military storekeeper—. 

T. LewU do 

L Leonard do . 

Vf, A. Thornton brevet mnjor 



10,600 00 

11,600 00 

T50 00 

181,180 TO 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDRE8. 
HIUTABY ESTABLISHMENT. 









By R. H K. Whiteley. 










C P. Stoaejate.. 
W. A. Wainwright 
F. D. Cullender... 


do 

do 

do 


1,001 63 

fi,136 43 

600 00 








































$210,819 93 


ToH. Brewertoo .-., 


1,42! 40 








J. Sanrtere 




600 00 


D. P. Woodbnry . 


captain 


02 








C.E. Blunt 


lieutenant 


2,674 60 








J.ErelBth agent 

By J. G. Banutrd brevet major 


5,600 00 

26, 663 OS 

23 91 

025 93 










military atcrekoeper 






(22, 608 91 


ToE-lngenmll 


180,000 00 








CBuckland 








military slorpkeeper 

do 






4346, 000 00 


ToE.Ingereoll 

B-LocM. jr 


1,875 00 

1.250 00 




Ripairi, t{e , at Uarpcr'i Ferry armory. 


$4,376 00 








23 B 


1,: L.tjOOlO 



354 

1S57-'6S. 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUREa. 

MILTTART ESTABLISHEFNT. 
Sqmn, Sit., al Spritgfidd annory. 



To E. Ingersoll military storekeeper.. 



To J. B, Butler military atorakecper. 











F.C. HumphrcyB 

W.K. Andrews 


do 

do 














Q.D.Bam8Bj 


brevet mnjor 










J.McNuU 

A. B. Dyer 


CttpUiD 

do 


B. U. K. Whitelej 


do 


J.A.J. Bradford 


do 


W.K.BoRgB 


lieutenant 







From wbicli deduct the following repayments: 

ByS.lAnsing, jr militaty Btorekoeper 2.'>6 95 

E.Burt ordnance sergeant 20 34 

M. McAtthur, deceased, lute ...do 121 23 

K. A. Waiuvright du 4 25 



20,300 00 

2, 250 OO 

1,000 00 

300 00 

800 00 

250 00 

4,420 00 

100 00 

100 00 

10,000 00 

5.000 00 

1,300 00 

4,074 6^ 

3,300 00 

3,800 00 

i:,ioo 00 
4.soa 00 

I,3S0 00 
10,845 41 

400 00 
5,000 00 
1,050 OU 

259 48 
2,250 00 

100, 149 s; 



Furehatt qf hartrt /or dragooai. 

To G. FI, Crusmsn deputy quartermaeteT general 

T. Swords. do 

D. D. Tompkinn .... ..UEislant quartermaster gcaeral.. 

D. H.VIntoD.. quartenniutor 

L. C. Kaston assistant quart«nnaster 

T.L. Brent do 

H 8. Miller do 

J. H. Dickerson do 

i. L. Donaldgon do 

A. IvFrmn acting assistant quartermaster.. 

O. H.TlllingLaBt do 

D. rr. Miuty do . 

J. H. i.'ftrle(on brevet major 

S.G.French captoiD 

E. A. Palfrey lieutenant 



56,000 00 
10,000 00 
27,000 00 

5,000 00 
38,500 00 
140,000 00 
52,B50 00 
26,000 00 
20,000 00 

1,400 00 
300 00 

2,870 00 
603 30 

1. 236 00 
45,767 30 



From niiich deduct tlie following repsymentii : 

Ity J L. Donaldson nssbitant quartermaster 

D. H. liuckcr do 



Carried furword S3,80) fil 428,016 GO 



KECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITURES. 
135T-'6S. MIUTABT ESTABLISH UENT. 

Broughl forward.. 3,809 62 

Bjr L. C. EastoD awlBtant (luartermaater 23,07fi 00 

E. B. BabtHtt do 3,773 88 

R. W. Kirkham do 608 30 

R Allen.. acliug aadslant quarternuuter.. 126,600 00 

J. E, B. 8tB«rt do 1,*15 08 

J. Mftj do 287 24 

J. H. Carliile do 75 00 

J. T. Sha«ft do 3 60 

J. McInUwh do 3,700 23 

J. N. Moore do 6 64 

J. Kellogg do 1,803 78 

C. W. Field do 80 00 

h. 0. Morris do 108 4S 

H. C. Wajne m^or 7,010 88 

M. 8. Miller captain 6,000 00 

J. E, Slanghtai UeutoDUit 3,610 00 



AmiHg md iqu^ping Oc mSHia. 

To J. B. Butler inilitiu? storekeeper 28,8n0 00 

B. lAluiDg.Jr do 13,600 00 

E. IngerBOll do 92,000 00 

E Lucas, jr do 80,000 00 

P. V. HMtner breret ma]or 6,200 00 

W. A, Thornton do 1,200 00 

Q. D. Ratnear do 16,000 00 

R. H. K. Whiteley captain 2,931 67 

C. P. Btone do 1,765 97 

W. R. Boggi :„Ueutenant , 200 00 

8, V. Beaet do 16,000 00 

8. Colt 131,012 70 

n. A. Dingee 11,602 44 

J. J. Pittman 11,684 04 

C. Alger* Co 14,199 13 

E Remington & Sona B,832 88 

J. T. Amea 2,782 90 

J. Bojd ftSons 6,679 00 

E. Oaykrd 2,992 00 

J. C. Palmer 10,126 00 

Battey Brothers 1,273 00 

J. D. Alden 6,667 76 

H.L.DeZeng 1,250 00 



466,698 a 



From which deduct the following repay menta : 

iy E iDgersoU military storekeeper 76,000 00 

E. Lucas, jr do 27,407 88 

S. LanuDg,Jr do 860 40 



.coy Google 



356 BECEIPTS AND EXPESDITURES. 

lB67-'58. MILITAltY ESTABLISHMENT. 

Pdji cfoffitert, tadeU, i(c., at Witt PoinL 

ItoH. Hill paymaster (7, 800 0« 

From which deduct the following repajTnentg : 

By D. Hunter. pAymastei (31 28 

T. J. Leslie do 3 92 

A. W. Qidnei do 931 51 

1, 608 74 



Subtaltttai/ i^an, t/t., at Wat Ptin/. 
To H. Hin ., paymailer »3,6OT 2» 

Fbmge i^ofinert' lamtt at Wtd Fainl. 

ToH. Hill paymwleT 1,100 » 

Which deduct from the following repaymeotG : 

Bj R. H. CbiltoD pnymaater 129 33 

. D. Hunter do 1,276 M 

l,*0fiI5 

Bicessof reparmenta.. S30G 15 

Carrad and ordmaiy apauet at Wat Feint. 
ToB. DeUfleM, m^or »35,27S 00 

Foragtfar arliUrry and eacalry honn of Wat Poinl. 
ToH. Delafield, major »8,640 00 

Incrttat and tzfoiu (/ Hbrarj/ at Wtot roint. 
ToR. Delafield, major »I,5(» 00 

BiptBK of board oj tiaton at Wat Pmit. 
To K. Delafield, imjot $3,000 00 

Fumiturt for honpital for eaitU at tt'nf Foiiit. 
ToB. Delafield, major S250 00 

FiMk dock at Wal Point. 
ToR. Dtlafieid, mnjor STOO 00 



ParchoK of hdl and numntinff tht tame tcUh Oit dock at Wed Paint. 
ToR. Delafield, major fSOO 00 



RECEIPTS AND ESPENDITUHES. 357 

1857-'68. MIUTABT ESTABLISHMENT. 

Samda for dragoon ddaehmaU at Wal Paint. 
To R. Delafleld, major 15,000 00 



TbrgtU and batltria far aiiaiiry aerdie at Wut Point. 
ToB Delafleld, major 



To J. D. Kmrti, capUin . . 



Balatlie apparalui for gim ptndvlam at Wat Point, 
To B. D«Me1d, m^or tSOO 00 



Stpairt tjf offUtn' guarttr* at Wat Faint. 
To R. Delafield, major ,.,...- ... $500 00 

MadtU for cavalry i^artmtnl at Wat Point. 
To R Delafiald, tnajor SI, 000 00 



Oat pipe; gatanuttn, and reterU al Wat Paint. 
To B. Delafleld, major $T,BOO 00 



Thrte nmuM atn pay. 

ToT. P.AndrewB depu^ pojiQMtM geueraJ 678 00 

E. VanNew do 21 00 

T.J. Leslie paymaBter 1,60« 00 

St. C. Deaoj do 108 00 

J. T. Dashlelt do 72 00 

H.Hill do 498 00 

A. J Bmlth do 21 00 

A. J.Coffee do 231 00 

R. B. Reynolds do 240 00 

8. MacliD do 117 00 

N. W. Brown do 117 00 

8. Woods do 72 00 

0. C Hatter do 21 00 

B. H. Chilton do 3 OO 

J. M. Dye, Ute lieutenant 1* 00 

C. M. Creanor, lAte do 90 00 

J. W. Morrell do 100 00 

8. A. Wright do 100 OO 

P. a. Jones, l&U Mutant anrgeou 100 00 



14,107 00 



Fort Wantn, MauaAiutUl. 
ToC.S. Stewart, lieotenant tl9,e74 22 



858 B£C£IPTS AMD EXFENDITUBES. 
IftST-'ca. MILITAET ESTABLISBHENT. 
Fort Ltdtfodtnu, ManadmMi. 
ToC, 8. Stewart, lisntwwot _ »51 48 

Fmi AJamt, RJiodt Idand. 

ToB. B. Hant, Iteutenuit 9,600 00 

0. W. Cnllnm, c»ptaiD fi,509 00 

SIS, 009 00 

FbrI MoMgomtry, LiAa flWnnpIiun, Ifae Tork. 
To C. B. Blunt, lieateiuut .*. »46,600 00 

Rrt iViojwni, (upain,) Siv Tart. 
To C. E. Blont, lieatenwit »1,579 00 

Jbrf Sckugler, KtK Turk. 

To J. Q. Bunaid, breret major -... ,... ..— 16.000 00 

Q. A. OUlmote, lieateouit 10,000 00 

$26,000 00 

Fori RiAmand, Ntui Tork. 

To J. G. Bunud, breyet major 83,16B 87 

a. Dntton, deceMed, late major 169 S3 

B. Delafluld, miyor 1 It 

Q. A. Qillmore, Uentetuuit. 33,000 00 

$116,341 02 

Ftiri CUumtiu and CatiU milium, Stm For*. 

To J. Q. Banunl, brfvet major 3,000 00 

Q. A. Qillmore, lieutenant 1,600 00 

$4,600 00 

/M BamOtiM and wharf, iVcH York. 

To J. O. Barnard, brevet major 14,000 OO 

Q. A- Qillmore, Ueatenant 6,000 00 

20,000 00 
From which dedoct the fallowing rep«]rmeDt : 
Bf K. Detafleld, major 311 26 

$1»,«B8 74 

FertDtia^an, Ddauar*. 
To J. fiandsiB, br«vet major $180,000 00 



BECE1PT8 AND EXPENDITUHES. 359 

]S57-'de. HIUTABT EBTABLtSBHENT. 

Fort OanM, Man^/mi, 
3"oH. BrewaTton, mfijor $161,468 8S 

Fort O^unm, Ftrjriniii. 

To John L. Smith, brevet colonel . 16,000 OD 

R. E. Da Rua>y, lieutenant colonel .,„ ,_ 60,000 00 

70,000 00 
From wbich dodnct tlie following repajrment : 
By J, L. Smitb, brevet colonel 48 00 

$74,962 00 

Firt Mmtoi, YlrgaAi. 

To J. L. Smith, brevet colonel 7,000 00 

B. G. De RuBSf, lleulenant colonel....... 10,000 00 

117,000 00 

Fori Win»}at>p, MauaeltiuM: 
ToCS. Btewart, llentenant tZ0,DO0 00 

Fort PultuH, Qeorgia. 
To J. F. Oilmer, captain $28,000 00 

Fart AebM, (ryaw*,) Otargia. 
To J. F. Gilmer, captain $17,600 00 

Fort Jfomn, (rgxdrt,) Nbrlk CbTaUna. 
TtoQ. W. Callnm, csptain $T6 «0 

Fort MeuUrie, (pretn^tim tjf lilt.) Sevlh OanHna. 
TttQ. W. Cullam, captain (1,600 0$ 

Fiirt Smila; Sadh OanHna. 
ToQ.W. Callain, captain $36,000 00 

Fbrt Barraneat, Florida. 

To John Newton, captain tl,D0O M 

F. E. Prime, Ueutenant 13,333 34 



34, S33 S« 
From which dedaot Um following repayment : 
(yj. Nawlon S M 



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360 EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

188T-'58. MILITARY ESTABUSHMENT. 

Fori McRta, Florida. 
ToJohn Newton, oaptun Sn,3<S 00 

Fori CtineK, mlranct OimtfrlmuJ Sound, Florida. 

To J F. Gilmer, cnptain 16,000 00 

W. H. C. Whiting, lieutenant 49,000 00 

$65,000 00 

Fori Jfffa-im, al Gordoi Kty, Florida. 

ToD. P. Woodbury, capt^ii 230,000 0! 

Q. A. Gillmore, lieutenant L 10,000 00 

300,000 0! 
From which deduct the following repajrment : 
By D. P. Woodbury, captain 2 

$300,000 00 

Fbrt Taylor, at Key Wtd, florida. 

ToD. P.Woodbury captain 82,686 02 

E B, Hunt liewtenant 112,413 98 

Q. A. GU)J»ore do 6,000 00 

$200,000 00 

Fori Gaina, Dai^ihin Iiland, Ala&ataa. 

To J. a Barnard brevet major 31,000 00 

D. Leodbetter capt^n 36,000 00 

F. E. Prime lieutenant 33, fiOO 00 

a. W. Snyder do 6,600 00 

$107,000 00 

/M ibrjfan, (r^aoi,) Atabanui. 

To J 0. Barnard brevet major 14,613 61 

D. Leadbett«r captain 7,400 00 

$»,D13 SI 

Art St. PAil^, ZouJMM. 
Top. O. T. BMnregard brevet major t28, TOO 00 

Fort Maeomb, Lovitima. 
To W. H. Stevens lieutenant $7,001 00 

Fort Jactton, Imamana. 
To P. O. T. Beauregard brevet major. _.. U.itOO 00 



BECEIPTS AND EIPENDITUBE8. 361 

185T-'58. MILTFARY ESTABLISHMENT. 

/brf Livingiliin, Loaitiana. 
To W. H. Stevens lleulcnant S20,O24 33 

Fartifiamait at Alcatrai lilmd, Qilifynua. 

To F. E. Prime lieuteowit 6e,250 7J 

J, fi. UcPlieraon do 120,000 00 

tlHt>,i60 72 

fhrti^tatiim at Fort Food, Caltfonda. 

ToZ. It. Tower brevet major 357,950 89 

From vhich deduct the (ollowlng rei^jment : 

Br B. B. DeBugar lieutenant colonel B,2H 05 

$318,709 91 

Fort Scamnui, (repaiTt.) 

ToJ. D. Kurti captain 68* 51 

From which deduct the following repajmenl : 
BjZ. B. Tower brevet mnjot 19 01 

S665 49 



Fart Lt^of/ttU, Niu York. 

ToQ. A. OUlmore Ileal«nant 600 00 

J. O. Baroftrd brevet major *,500 00 

$5,000 00 



Fort Madam, Maryland, 
I. C MeJg« capt^n SIS, 000 DO 



JMitefani, Flariia. 

To John Newton captain 10,000 00 

F. E. Prime lieutenant S,000 00 

$16,000 00 



ftrf Wood, 2ftu Tark. 

To . I. O. Barnard brevetmajor 4,000 00 

Q. A. Oillmore lieutenant 1,000 00 

tS.OOO 00 



362 BECEIPT8 AND ESPENDiriTBES. 

1857-'68. MIUTAKY ESTABLISHMESr. 

Fort cjiponit Fort S^uyltr, Nine York. 

To J. G. Foster brevet Capt^n 6,000 00 

J. L. Smith brevet colonel 3,476 00 

Q, A. Gillmore lieuteaaiit 117,915 00 

¥126,450 00 

Fort mtiiltqf Fort Jlmyttw, iVew Fork. 

To J. Q. BBmard br«vet major SO, 000 00 

Q. A. Oillmore lienteDaut SOO 00 

$20,500 00 



Forlificalioiu id aitnanx <J KooAk river, Ifaiiu, 
To I. D. Kurti captain $1,000 00 

fbrt^taUixu at Beg Uand Lidgt, Mmat. 
ToJ. D. Kurtz captun $19,000 00 

Fort^eaiiimt at aUrmu* ^ Sta BtSford harbor. 

To W. H. Benham cAptaln $3,600 00 

J. Eleveth agent 78,000 00 

$31,500 00 

FirtifiealKmi at Sa»df fisok, N. J. 

ToJ. a. Foater brevet captalo 60,000 09 

R. DeBiusj lienteiuuit coloael 20,000 OO 

170.000 DO 

ArtjiSMdMU /or i^mc t/ ftam patm «to JN«U* bag. 
To D. Leadbetter captain $150 00 

Piirtifiatlioii c^ Shgi Mad, to<ul i^ lit lEMiiit^pi 
ToN. T. Aleiftoder Heutenant $16,000 M 

MSSary J^enca at Fndor'i Landbig, Lmiiiiaiia. 
To P. a. T. Beaaregard brovBt major $37,832 49 

Magaiint at Jiffenon barracki. 
To a. D. Ramia; ..brevet major $S5,00O 00 



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l837-'58. MILITAEY EBTABLI6HMENT. 

Furdiatt nf bat bnaA-laadiiig rifia. 

ToJ. C. Palmer «, 350 90 

T Lewis militATj Blorekeeper 138 26 

E IngeiBoll do 113 00 

K. H. K. Whiteley cspUin 180 00 

S. Colt 12,821 iS 

W. Schmidt 300 00 

BdateA Fire-WTM Company 8,487 00 



OanntM /or *m taut d^tnsa. 

ToS. lADiiDg, jr.......... ..military storekeeper 

Fiom which deduct the following lepny meet : 
ByO. T. Bftlch lieoteDant 



Furdiiut q/' gmpouder fat lit Pacific a 



*35,011 96 
From wlilch deduct the following repayment : 
f T. Lewis military storekeeper 38 03 



fiorradi fir Ihe «ed 
To S. Hamilton captalD. 



Barradtt en Ot» £ 

To J. V. QiiTert, decewed 

Which deduct from the followiog repayment: 
By J. L. Corley...... aesistant quartermaster ..... 

Excess of repayment 

BAuSday barrackt at OarlitU, Fenrnj/lcmia. 

Toll, M Clark quartermasUr 

From wbicb deduct the following repayment : 
By M, H. Clark qnartermMter 



Cb4 HECEIPTS AND EXPBND1TCEE3. 

l"-'5e. MILITAUY ESTABLISHUENT. 

Rrpain, l(e., of harriakt, quarlen, frc,, at farU net xixpM by Iroopi. 
ToE. B. Hunt lieatenunt S3, 500 m 

Barradu and quarttrt at Fart Alkauoa, 
To S. Hatnilton captain 3, S3S 7j 

Viiin which dedact the followinii; repayment : 
BjH.B. Hendershott lientenant $3,S33 75 

Barraeka and quarteri at Mirmacia naer. 

To J. P. Hawkins. actjng assiBtunt quartermaater 1,999 01 

Which deduct from the following rtpayoieiits : 

By H. B, Hunderahutt acting araialant quartermaster. 353 54 

P. T. Swsiiie lieutenant 3,1*2 63 

3,*96 17 

Eicen of repa;menta. .......... tl,497 16 



Which deduct from the following rcpajmente : 

BjJ. C. Woodruff captt^D 123 60 

M. L. Smith, do ail 5i 

~ 365 Ot 

EiccsE of reptifmenta S197 43 

Bead fnm Point Doagbu lo FaUt <^ Si. hodt. 

To George Thorn captain 28,015 60 

From which deduct the following repayment ; 
Bj George 'lliom ......,., captain 1 00 



Road frrm Paint DoagUa to Fori Chanm (nw Fort R^ies-) 
To Qeorge Thorn ...... . lieutenant........ . 



Road from Tlmi to Santa Ft, Ntx Uakf. 



9,778 7S 
From which deduct the following repayment : 
By J. N. Macomb captain <6I 66 



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le5T-*68. UILITABY ESTABLISHMENT. 
Bond /mm Santa Fi to Dana Ana. 
To J. N. Macomb captain *S,06I 30 

Soad /rom a point at ttf Mitiouri river, oppoiili lit Oily ^ Onaidl Blufi to Fori Ktutntg, Ter- 
ritory <^ NAraAa. 

ToE-O. Beckwlth caption 817,000 00 

flood from Anuria to Salon' Ortgon. 
ToG. H. Menddl lieutenant HO, 000 00 

Rood from iitt Gteai FaUi (jf the Uiuatri river, in Ike IhrUory <if K^adta to Oie ruod from 

Walla- Walla lo FagA't Sound. 

To John Mnllan lieuteniuit *:)0,000 00 

Rrtadfnm Oie Fallt qf Si. Anthony lo Fort Si^y, Minntiela Territory. 
ToGeorge Thorn captain S4,750 00 

Road /ram Fart Bipliy by Oroa Waiy river to the main road leading lo Oie R'ji river. 

ToOeorge Thom captain 5,9*3 75 

From wliich deduct the following rcpajmeat : 
BjQeorge Thom captain I 00 

$5, 942 TS 

Road /ran Fort Union (o Santa Fi. 
To J. H. Macomb captain Slfi, 000 00 

Road from Steakte lo AUvjuerqiu, 
To J.N. Macomb captdn SIO.OOO 00 

Road from Canada to Alxqaiu. 
ToJ. N. Maoomb captain tS, 000 00 

Boad/rom ilyrtU creA lo Camp Slaart, in Rogue river valley. 
ToG.H. Mendell lieutenant t30,000 00 

Boad/rom Myrtle errA to SaXtibarg. 
ToG.H. MeD<lt!ll lieutenaot $,'0,000 00 

Boad htlvten Fort SleUacocm and BdHngliam bay, Waihinglan Territory, 
ToO. H. Mendell lieutenant 835,000 00 

Betpeianff a eomnuauaoion Mlrosi Albemarle maid and Adardie ocean, formerly cMrwlion of a 
breoktcater acroa Oroatan taund, A'orlk Oiroiina, 

To W. TnrnbiiU brevet colonel 3,000 00 

W. H. C. WhiUng lieutenant , 310 29 

S3, 310 38 



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i8S7-'M. MILtTAET ESTABUBHITEST. 

Impnmanent <^ Oap» Ftar rmtr, NorA OmUiia. 

To W. Turabull , -brevet culouel 1.000 M 

W. B. Franklin captain 2,000 00 

W. H. C, Whiting Ueiilenant 17 46 

3,017 4S 
From which deduct the folloviDg repaymeat : 

By W. H.C. Whiting :.,. lieutenant 17 46 



ImproBBiiad <^ Rock rmr and Da Xnan rapidi. 
To S. H. Long lieutenant colo e! 



Imprming Iht Kaaubec rivtr. 
To J. D. Klirti.. caplun ., 



Cbntiimmg Iht mprixmoU of Ihe namgalian qf At Uudtan n 
To Q. Datton, deceased, late major 



Amortnfr obOnutiom in titi 
To J. F. Gilmer .capt^n 

JZtputn and ea^nj/tncia <^ harbart. 
To W. H.C. Whiting lieutenant 

Smvey t/ o ToilroadfTOM Iht Miauwi^ lo iHt Padfe. 



1,(52 94 
From which deduct the Following repiyment : 
By B. S. Williamson lieutenant 277 00 



MMaty and geojraplacal ntrvryt icat </ IKt Matia^pi. 
ToB. S. WillianiBoo lieutenant 



Swotytfor miUlary d^tnrrt qf th la and inland frrniUtr. 

To D. D. Tompkins ..deputy qoartemiMter general.... IBT 50 

A. Elsey .captain.. . 100 00 

Q. 0. Meade do 40S 00 



Carried forwftrd.. 






BECEIPTS AKD EXPENDITURES. 
MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. 



To J. H. Simpson . captain 

T J, Cram do 

E, A. Drake lieuteoBiit 

J. C Ivea do 

T. K. Jackaon do 

O, K, Warren do 

J. 8 Mason do 

J. Potts dUbanlng clerk . 



N. 1 



..do.. 



K F. Beale ..superintendent, &c.. 

From which deduct the following repaymentfl : 

ly A. E!z-y captain .. 

O. G. UendB do 

J. Pope , do 

W. L, Abbott lieutenant 

A. E. Drake do 



4,00(1 00 

200 00 

100 00 

43,000 00 

3,959 13 

2, POO 00 

10 20 

3,789 U 

1,000 00 

5,000 00 

62,717 97 



Survtj/ of noriiem and norlAiBeiUm lata. 

ToG. G. Meade captun 

J. Kearncf lieutenant colonel 

F. E. Sicklea 



63,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 



Prinling AatU of l^a MrKyi. 

To J. C. Woodruff captain 

From wbtch deduct tbe Mlowing repayment : 
By U. L. Smith 



/'ofifon hridgt (rain, r^iri <;/*. 

To A. J, Dona1«on lieutenant 



Diaaatt bnakuxiter. 
To J. SoDdetE.. brevet major 



Stfarmg pieri and imjmMng harbtr iff A'tttvattU, Dfiawan. 
To J. Sandera brevet nmjor $115 B8 



Drnpening thmmd of Si. Mary's raer. Mitk^an. 
To A. W. Whipple cafiUIa ti9,0aO DO 



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868 KECEIPXa AND EXPENDITUBES. 

1857-'68. MILTTARr ESTABLISHMENT. 

Degimiitg ehimiid oetr Si. Clair fiaU, MkUgm. 
To A. W. Whipple, captain **4, 000 00 

* la^mximunl qf PalapKO river. 
To H. Brewerton, mftjor e*3.000 00 

BiiaavBig otatrv^iiiM tn ntoulA qf MSuiK^ipi river. 

ToS.H.LonK. lieutenant colonel 3,500 00 

Craig & Rightor, contractors 185,000 00 

(128,600 00 



Mprocemtnt ^ Da Xiana TopUt nt At JUiMiugipi riser. 

To John O. Flojd. agent 41,000 00 

8. H. Long, colonel 117 90 

S4i,027 90 



• Qnutmelim ^ harbor on mil tida q/' Radg itUmd. 
To J, Sanders, brevet msj or »I25 97 

Dmi: nf tht Oqntol of &» Uniid Suta. 

To M. C.Meigs, Ciiptaln 130,000 00 

From which deduct tlie following rppajmcnt : 
By M. C. Meigs, captain 20,000 00 

, tllO,000 00 

Armory for the mUiiia of the Didrui ofCohmtiia. 
Tollieodore LewU, militarj Btorukceper SID, 126 04 

Elation of tht Otpilai nf Ae UnUtd SbOa. 
To M. C. Meigs, cnptain »890,000 00 

Oonlinaif^ the Wathingtoa aqatdud. 

ToM. C. Meigs, ciptoiu . ,..,. .,, 915,000 00 

C, L. Coltman 225 00 

A, H. Merhlin & C. Aleiander ..,,., 29,634 19 

A. Q. AlUun , ,. 100 00 

K. H. Limlicll 177 80 



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SECEIPta AND £XP£!n>nUBES. 369 

1837- -53. MILITABT BSTABUSHMENT. 
Baauion^OtOaumlFMlOffle*. 
To M. C. IfetgB, captain 1350,000 00 

fag cffaoT amfskitt rf velunlm'i caOei out bg Litulmanl OolenH Wuhmglaii, 
T«A. J. Bmitb, paymaster HI TO 



ToT. P. Andrews.. depntj piiymMtorK«nenil.. 

T. J. IiBBlie.... . pufmxBUir 

St. C. Denny do 

R. B. Keynolda do 

H. Bill do 

J. T. Duhiell do 

A. J. Smltb do 

N. W. Brown do 

A. J. Coffee do 

a. C- Hutter do 

B. F. Fuitong.,... ...lleutecwDt 



From which deduct the followlDS repayments: 
y J. 8, Fotd, latecaptaiD 



S6H 61 
1,064 30 
166 88 
148 63 
141 fiO 
31 73 
44 2S 
68 37 
60 05 
ID 16 
US 81 

2,641 38 

60 06 



Paj/ i/^n amipamtt i/ Taa» mowilti mfuntori. 



Tu F A. Cannlngham, paymaater.. 

R £. Beynulda, payoiuter 

John H. ii'ord, late capUio. 



110 01 

380 90 

1,449 60 



Pdy 4^ Ikui vofwiteen vnia Gtncrel Brctilx. 

Toil. B. Highsmith, aMittant comtoiMOTy of aubidBtence 

Which deduct from the following repayments : 

By T. P. Andrews, deputy paymastor general 1 

W. B. Highamith, llentanant 



Excess of repayments . . 



Fag nftia ron^anut tij Tizai sofamfcen vnitr Qaurti Snilk. 
.paymaster .. 



To H.Hill 

M. W. Brown. 

B. H Cliilton do. 



Arnaraga i^pag ^ mlitntUTi in I 

To St. C. Denny, paynuttt«T 

24 B 



870 BECEIPTS AND EXPESMTITBES. 

18B7-*M. MILTTAHT ESTABUSHMEKT. 

Antar^a qf pap dut Oylan McBta't eonpany ^ Yv^aia vdiailtM, 

To J.CarctoD, deceaied .,.. W9 II 

TVasdfb^aUounnM to (vbDiCsir*. 

To T. F. Andrew* ....deputy paymaster general *3S M 

T.J.Le(Ue paymaster. Z,«3 06 

A. J.Coffee do 163 IS 

St.aDeDD]' do 3 i9 

J.T. Diflhlell do 43 73 

|3,T4t 18 

Paymal to mounUd rifantn, vehmtteri vnJir Coplam J. C. fUmant, ia 1S4G. 

ToT. J.Lralie paymute.r 131 72 

A.J.Coffee do 570 S< 

8. Woods do 76 00 

3. J. Hensley aMietant commlMorr of mbtittence 1,304 93 

B. A. Wright, late lieuUnant 1,94B 40 

W. B, Brown do 304 43 

S6,497 33 

Jigmuins Sanitule keriUilm. 

ToD. D.TompklnB, aesiBtaQt quarleimsBter general Sft.ODO DO 



Praentiiig and tappmnitg /ndCm hattiU'in. 



15,000 00 
13 SO 
40 00 
60 00 



B^Hnding to lAi Slal* qf CUi/brnM apata tncurmf in tuf^ranpg Indiaa hmtSUiti pTKT Id Jamtrf 
1, IBM. 

To Chabb Brother! 8. IH OS 

Jamea Aduu 1,330 00 

Howlaodft Arpliurall 1,11B 40 

LukeLsa 1,817 M 

P. PCelffer eSO 67 

Weill, Fargo A Cn 8. IM 15 

E. W. Clark. Dodge A Uo 1,330 00 

Horton, Hall ft Co 1,106 97 



Fojf Bnd n^plitt ^ mounted and/aal can^anki i^ Fhiida relmlaen. 



ToH. Htn ...payiMrtBr. 

H Leonard ... . do ..... 

W. C Tan BokkeliQ UElit«ntquarteniiBalar..... 

J. J. Daok ..actiog aariatant quaitermaater. 



90 M 

431 07 

4,107 » 

B.089 It 



Curled furward ^.~f^,^^|t|>^71> » 



SECEIPTS AND EZPENDITUHE8. 371 

18ST-'S8. mUTABT BSTABLKHMBNT. 

Brought forward «1!,719 29 

ToT. V. Bnntrd .Mttng aniaUnt quarteniiBtt«r 6,492 Gl 

W. R.TtnilI dp 336,76 

8. D. Lee do 639 96 

8. H. Weed do 16T 04 

A.L. MagUton do I.IIJ 34 

T.H. Vincent do 1,416 85 

D. D. PelklDl do 1,025 IS 

F. If . Follutt do 391 SO 

GUKllbarD do 9111 00 

J. HcL. Taylor do t,OIO 66 

O F.Boloinoii do 4,443 94 

J.T.Qo<ri9. do 693 76 

J.RWaddy do 173 76 

GL.Bett do 1,845 16 

8. L. ^tkuMi captain 60 53 

B.B. Turner. do 64 80 

W.B. Hooker do 63 73 

B. Bullock do 898 86 

J. U.Peirce Iteotenant 53 73 

J. a. Haddock. do 661 69 

L. A. Church do 3,108 23 

R. CuoTa do 611 88 

J. W. Price do 1,130 58 

E. R. CheaabOTongh do 341 T! 

T Grey do 108 30 

P. Baaberwu do ISO 9T 

iMOcReed ageat 1,845 64 

43,409 21 
From which deduct the fbllowhig repajmsnt : 

By D. D. Tonipkii)i,aaalitaDt qnartoTmaiter genaral.-. ............ 41,000 00 



To St. C. Denny paymaster 32 12 

A B. Lan^Dg auiitaiit quartcnnaater.. 13 00 

Z. C, Bishup capttdo 32 70 

C. D Gllleaple, late lieutenant. 4,849 27 

F. 0. McDonald do 161 60 

C. Uiller 70 00 

J. ArmitroDg . . 43 54 

J. Doogherty. 82 34 

6,224 66 
Which deduct from the following repayments : 

ByE. B. Babbitt afelttaiit qnartermaiiter 120 00 

S, Lyon acting aa^tanC qaartermaeter.. — 250 00 

J. M. Dye do 14 00 

W. P ChambllH do 149 36 

S. J. Heoaley.. aniitant comminary of subulatenca 693 12 

W. Z Angney, late capt^n 24 50 

C. F. WooBter, deceased, lata do S3T 53 

A. W. Donlphnn do 22 00 

J. B, Irwin do 38,987 61 

O. T. Hebb, lat« do 12,102 94 

M. E. Cully lieuleaaDt 113 00 

R-BTodd do 1,377 90 

61,201 96 

Eicen of rcpaymenta $46,977 40 



372 HBCEIPTS AND EIPB»DITUEE8. 

186T-'88. MIUTARY EETTABUSHMENT. 

MtStry amtnhifHSu in Medoa. 

ToW. W. Cbqnnan anMant qturteniiMter >I9 99 

B. Allen do,._ lOS 00 

H. E.Clark .acting asiktant qunrtariDuter 19S fiH 

W. B. Burnett, late ,. coloiial 9X6 00 

W. Z, ADgnej, late captain 24 50 

A. Lowry do , 1,0» 00 

J, B. Iroin, deceaaed, late do 1,271 71 

Q. V. Hebb do 1,610 1« 

J. M. Bnaoan do 142 S7 

8. A. MoConkey do 323 SS 



Amaroga prior lo July I, IBlib. 

ToD. Taylor 19 35 

L. Spelghte )» 33 

J. Sweet, deceaeed 21 M 

8. Heritage, deceaeed 7* 06 

A. Hood, deceased _ 43 !9 

H. Jobnson .. . 3 09 

J. Sbnte, deceaied 54 97 

J. D. Benton 2* 00 

T. Sporki, deceaaed 87 43 

E. Belknap 6 16 

Inac Bhom S 86 

A. Tonng, dec«a«ed 86 TO 

W. T. Tanner 4 26 

J. Gape, 3 20 

H.B, Keene, deceaeed... 53 OO 

J. L. Hunt, deceaud 65 81 

C. Bally CO 00 

T. Pettet S 38 

S. B. Halght 46« H6 

E Anderson, deceased . 43 09 

H. Ogtraoder 22 50 

J. ^ebnan 13 86 

0. White 3 20 

D-D Dubois deceased 117 60 

8. Henry 3ft 3S 

L. Andrew, deceated 54 40 



Arnaragrt prior lo 1817. 
To Henry HiU, paymaster 



ParAatt and rtpairi ^ oulnmvRfi fat Car^ rf TiprgrBphieal Etigintin, 



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RECEIPTS AND ESPEHDITURES. 

l8S7-'Sa. UILITABT EHTABLISHMENT. 

Punhate </ eamtt, 

ToC. r. Be«l«, tupetinteiident..... 

From vhlch deduct the following repayment : 
By E. C. Wsyne, major 



AMnv Book <i Tadia. 

To D. H. VintoD . qQurtenoMter 

M. S HUler udttant quutermitter... 

H. Heth c»pt^ 

H. U. B«rd 



Cbnlo^Mj fqmuM nf Xht A4}Vlmt Otntr^t d^porAnnt 

ToD. C. Baell uakUnt ttdjatant general - 166 00 

W, W. Hackoll do 40 OO 

OcoTge DeM . do 60 OO 

W. A. Nichota do 60 OO 

P. J. Porter do SO 00 

P.N.Page do 60 00 



Chnpau^ioii af eitrk and meumgar in <^tt ef QmunoHlUKf Oner^ 

To WId field Scott, lieutentmtgeDeral _ $t,000 00 

CMBigt»l tzpaumt/ efftettf Cbnmaiiiag OmeraL 

To Wiofield Scott, lieatenuit geoenl S300 00 

OoaliMumg aptrimat ff nnkmg ArttAm teOt. 

lb B J. Dodge acting Mdituit cohudInht of inbeUtenoe >I0 43 

John Pop«-.- .....captain.... ............. S4,6n 00 

J. B. Boppto 987 00 

H. R.Undell 60t 00 

A. Karl OSS 16 

C a Howard 1,112 8< 

W. a Bobertaon 840 76 

(39,266 1) 
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376 RECEIPTS AND EXPflNDITUBES. 

1897-'S8. UILITARY ESTABUBHHEirT. 

PtatJ«rm* far ma&m emmM n /arftjbattoM af kmian. 

To John Hewton, Mptald »,0« W 

Q. W. CuUum, caplalD I, SO* to 

F. E. Prime, lienteunt S,OM (0 

tin.soo on 

Tbwtr Dupri (rtpain, l(t.,) Lemiaim. • 
To W. H. Stereni, lientriuiit »I.*S9 M 

JUfiiiri <f hrHgt evtr Oannat netr. 

Tb Oeorgs Tbocn, capUln J,0« W 

From which deduct the followlog repBymMit : 

BjOeofge Tbom, ckptaio. — ..... .................. t M 

Sl,l*T VI 

Xtpatt qf bridgi ever MOlrndt, Old Paint Oomftrt. 
ToE. E DuRany, lieatenuit colonel »•• "i 

Beeit and bridga /orthiiati^ oratiM n tlu Jidd. 

To J. H. ampoon, capttao MS U 

From which deduct the follvwing n[Mi;mMit : 
Br O. H. Mcndell, llcutenaat , $»W M 

Cbiilnuinig tilt Itfagi^Ueat mtd tyd/ryrapUed i>at^ ^ Ou ddu <f Uu Itimai/f^ 

To A. A. HDinphra;!, captklD ....... U,fn j> 

From whldi deduct the following repayment : 
By A. A. Hnmphreye, «pt*[D t3s,>M S* 

J w p www U ^ at lutrier tf MMU, Alabama. 

To A. H. Bowmu, major It » 

From which dedact the following repsyment: 
^ D. licwlbottor, optkiD (II i» 

OhJui^ nd Ttpmiiig Ika brtalaiKMtr <g BiatuitlaH, Vtnteid. 

IV) W. Tnmbnll, breret colonel SI 31 

From which dtducttho following rvpayment: 
By J. P. aiaham, UcatenMitoatoiiel HI *• 



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18Jl-'5a. MIUTARY EaTABUSHUENT. 

B^airimi thi pitn m Gnat Sadat bag, Sae I nl. 

ToW. TnmbnU, dercsed, lute broYet colonel 3 53 

Vhltb deduct from thu following repayments : 

BfJ. D. Gnhnii], JieutenBot culoDi-l 4 61 

W. Tonibull. dtMMiafed, Ute brevet colonel . lA SI 

an 42 

Excen <rf lepnymentii .. fl" H9 

Cutfiiaiing dt n^pfponwil of Ike iartor <f Out Ortiiatd cre^, LaM* Oalaho, Kta I'ork. 

ToW. Tnrnbull, deceased, bievet colonel 29 IT 

From wblcli deduct the following reparmcDt : 

BfJ. D. Qraham, llentcnuit colonel tl9 IT 

S^lmad i/ txpemt aieurTtd by lilt mSHia caSid wlo uniei in tii Ttrrilory t^ Niw JfebraAy Acting 
Onvimor ILutiv-y. 

ToM OodwIm 3,918 flfi 

M. MoDtmo 4,198 86 

F. IWy UUbane 3, SOT 68 

0. Janmillu a.BOl »6 

J Gifiiu ),3M CO 

P. Gill-Eo. 1,49B n 

P. L Lagan 1.486 3H 

J.A. Vigil 8,208 nft 

K. BeiTL-n 382 50 

J O. OJIegM 1,113 00 

J. M.(;h»»ii S2S UU 

S23,Sia 41 

PuimoiJ ^ eammMoim* m anlilary i^aaa m Ongtm. 

To K.J BmlCh, R. Ingnlli, and L. Gnret, commltalonen 11,712 41 

4. J. tiinitb, c&pUlu 99 00 

S11,8L1 41 

SttUmaH ijf ateaml bdwm Mai^ditd and Ikt Vialti SUlM. 

To D. Claude, Bute treunrer $275, TTO 23 

Ta tarry eul aoalrael liA Jtan B. FvrihauU and hit atfi. 

ToJ. B.r«TritaoU»Dd wife 24,000 00 

Trom which deduct the tolIowioK repajmoat : 

Bj J. B. rerribiuilt and wife 1»,000 TO 

SI?. 000 no 

S^vf i/ John I\idUr. 

To Juhn Tucket, deceawsd $145 48 



376 HECEIPTS AND EXPEIfDITURES. 

tSST-'SS. UILTTART ESTABUSHUENT. 

Plaffirmi fir MMbm tnmlm in forVfiMkfu vf imbtn. 

To John Nenton, mpUln , t,DM M 

0. W. Cullum, captain l,iM » 

F. E. Prime, Ueutuunt 8,0» 10 

$IS,&« m 

Tbwtr Di^t {npain, Ifc.,) Latddaim, • 
To W. H. Stereni, llentmant _ tl.eU «0 

Stfmt (/ bri^ otrr CbaiMt nwr. 

To Ckorge Iliom, apbdn S,OM M 

From which tlednct the foUowtng repayment : 
Br Oeorg* Thorn, captain I io 

Rtpain </ bridge mur MSI cmk. Old Paint Oamfari. 
ToB. E Da Bony, Uenleuiit colonel MOO '" 

Baadi and briJgti for itmwKtf onnN m (A( jUtf. 

to J, H. SimiMDa, captain »0S II 

From wblcb dedoct the followlDg tvparnient : 
Bj a. H. Hondell, lieutenant , $903 H 

£bi/niiny lit ^f^/apiUerd oitf Aydn^r^NUcdl ita«9 ^ lit (Mb y lAt Jfioioj^'. 

T*A. A. Hamphreys, captain »3,M» J» 

From wlilch dedoct the following npayment : 
By A. A. Bumphreyi, captain •33,910 M 

To A. H. Bowman, nejor II *• 

From which d«dnct th« following repayment : 
By D. Utdbettar, capt^ %\t J" 

CWnra^ Dit r*pMKa Uu trtaim^tr d BmSnglan, VtnKoU. 

IViW. Tumbnll, bnretcoloDel 31 U 

From which deduct the following repayment : 
B; J. D.dtaham, lieutenant colonel tSl ^- 

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EECKIPTii ASD EXPESDITUEES. 377 
ISjT-'&a. HIUTARY ESTABUBHUEST. 

R^airmjf lit piert in Crtat Soiu Aoy, Nta Toik. 

lb W. TambnII, dereiMd, Utebrorctcoloael 3 53 

WhkJi deduct fiom the followiog repaymeDt) : 

Bt J. D. Omhnni, Heuterant culoai-1 4 61 

W. Tnnibull. deceued, Ule bra ret colonel 16 81 

Zn 42 

Exceu o( lepnTmcntii SIH K9 

CMimanjp llu impniBaMiU ijf iSt Karior t^ Oak Orthard tnit, Lalu Oiilario, A'oc Ywk. 

To W. Tnmbutl, diiceBMd, bieret oolond 29 IT 

From wbich deduct the folluwlDg repajment: 

By J. D. Oimham, I leuteauit colonel S29 IT 

SdlUntiU 1^ txpoaa owmndbg Uu militia ealiidailf KrVKt in lAi TirrHory d/" jViv Mtxicoiiy AetiKj 
Qottrnor JLiiavy, 

To M Qounlea 3.918 fl« 

M. Mootuo 4.1B9 86 

V.H.y Ulabane 3,801 88 

O. Janmillo l.WI SB 

J OInm J,3M Hft 

P. aall:-gai 1,496 Vi 

P. L. LniaD 1.486 38 

J. A. Vigil s.jns CA 

H. Bemm , 382 SO 

J O, aBllegOB 1,113 00 

J.iLvtMiie 6£l OU 

813,226 41 

i'dymoU q/' nmmimkiun «• nilitoy tjpn—t n Ortgen. 

To A. J Smith, R. Ingnlli, and L. Gnii-ei, conmlutoDera 11,711 41 

A. J. Uniith, capuiu 99 UO 

Sll,8tl 41 

aolawal ^ aacunl tidwtm MaigtmJ and nb Vitikd Stalm. 

ToD. OmodB, Bute trewnrer S2TS,TT0 23 

Tb carry tmt tm^ratt tiOh Am B. AmkHA and U* ittfi. 

To J. B. Ferrih^nlt «nd wife 24,0«0 00 

Fiom which deduct the foDowing repajment ; 

By J. B. Feiribnnlt BOd wife 1»,000 CO 

Stt.ono 00 

fftftf/ y J<*n Jiidur. 

To John Tucker, dereHed CMS 48 

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1S5T-'6B. HILITABr E3TABLISSMENT. 

Rdii^ ^ WhUtmanh B. Siabmk md tUmt. 

To W. Beckett, Ute pri«te 

J. iUlcock, decewed. UUi do 


2,U& BS 

2,145 8S 














C. A. Beckett. Ut« 


corporal 


1,140 77 














W, B. Hurt 

W. C. Meggett 

B. Bailj 


Bergoant 

v;:;:£C:^;::;;;::;:;::; 


2,352 12 

6,583 44 

4,787 44 








J. J. Murray 

J. Patterson 


iiaaitermaater'B lergeaDt 

aaigoant 

private 


2,374 97 

3,426 18 

1,072 >3 














































































































W. Edlng* 

W. HMDaban, Jr 


do 


2,145 88 

2,143 86 


























H. J. Jona». deceaaed, Ute.. 
D. LowrT, deuMued, late ... 
B. MaH>ii, <leoea«d.late.... 
B. Gilbert, deceMod. late ... 
G. Jenklai. deceand, late . 

B. 8. Whaley, decea-ed, tate 

B. aiily. de;i!aKd, lat« 

W. E. Wood, deceased. Ute 

B. 8. Jenkins, deceased, lain. 
U Hackay, decoueJ, late.. 


"y/.-.-Ao'//.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

V/.'.'.\\VAo'"////""S.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
do 

corporal 

do 

ensign w. 

Pri««> 

do 

do 


1,071 93 

1,072 93 

1,072 93 

1,0T2 93 

1,028 23 

1,089 89 

1,140 77 

1,149 7S 

2,152 92 

1,072 93 

1,072 93 

1,072 93 


C. TowneeD'). decensed, late 
E MIckell. d«»a»«i, late - 

D. Towngend, deceved, late 
W. Whaley 


quartermaster' a Rergeant 

do 


1,207 81 

1,078 93 

1,072 93 














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BSCEIPT8 AND EXPENDirUBEa. 
1S57-'B8. HILTTABY BBTABUSHUENT. 

Bfoogbt ii^wud ,.. 

To J. UcDoag*]!, deceued, Ut« ..private *.. 

J. Baroard, deceieed, late do . 



130.318 65 

1.072 93 

1.073 B3 



From wUcb deduct the foltowiog repayment! : 

By W. Wilkluoo prirate 

H.Bailj' do 

R. ChrUholm ...... ............do..... . 

H. Calder . .. ...do ... 

ELUitcbel) nirgcoD 

J. Mlckell private 

W. J. Wetcokt do 

W. E.Wood ennign 

J. J. Murraj .......quatenniuiteT'B lergeuit.. 

R. WcKoat private 

H. WllUoaoii do 

T. HaunahaD, jr do..... 

C. Btiler do 

W. C. Heggett nipt^D 

W. Heggett.. miuldoo . 

T. WcMwat private 

B. BiJIey lleutenaiit 

J Baynanl private.. 

B. W. Jenkins do 

A. Seabrook do 

L Strobet do 

W. B. Hart M^euit 

J. A. Seabrook ..private.. 

J. C Miikell do 

C A. Beckett corporal 

A. E Thuyer ...private 

J. Clark, Mu.....— .. ... do...... 

J. Patierwn.. ....... ....lergeant ... 

W. Beckett privaU 

B-BcLeod do 

J. Atloock do 

B. BaUey ......... ...corporal 

B. a. Whaley do 

M Crawtord . .....maafdan.. 

H. Beabrook corporal .. 

B. Beckett private 

J. Hkhell, flea do 

J. Dignao . . do .. 

J. Beckett do 

Inac Aold do 

W. Edloga do 

J. SwintoD ....do 

y. Stalejr do 



1,0TI 93 
1,072 93 

1.071 93 

1.072 93 
2.793 13 

1.071 1-3 

1.072 93 
2, 1S2 93 
1,307 SI 

1.072 93 

1.073 93 
1,073 93 
1,073 93 
2,791 73 
1,110 27 
1,073 93 
2,393 73 
1,073 93 
1, 073 93 
1,073 93 
1,072 93 
1,178 11 
1,07! 93 
1,072 93 
l.UO 77 

1.071 93 

1.072 93 
1,178 11 

1.072 93 
1,012 93 

1.073 93 
1, UO 76 
l.UO 77 
1,110 37 
1,140 76 

1.071 93 

1.072 93 

1.073 93 

1.071 93 
1,073 9.1 

1.072 93 
1.072 93 
1,0T3 93 



BtU^ </ WJliam StndM. 
To William Kendall 

B^of WUtioK L. DatiAut mi eUien. 

To Margaret D. Ewing 

W. L. Davidson 



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380 BECEIPTS AND EXPEKD1TURE8. 

18J7-'58. MILITARY ESTABLISH ME. ST. 

Rt^/ oj Cjitain J. P. UiUA. 
To J. P HatLh, oiptiin $GIO Ofl 

Btliff of Iht bgal Trpr-Knlaliea <tf Giflaiji Jtagih 11. Whipplt, it eaml. 
To J H. Whipple, <lec«Mtil, late ftcUng sBaistaQt quartermuter ttH 59 

RJiff t^ Jamil Eiaardt mi tthtrt. 

To E H Waoton, deceiuied 1,811 SO 

J. Kdwnrds 3, 19S 81 

N. Bath, iteceued GOO 00 

St. SI I 31 

Mi^rf AhomaiidElbriigtG.QJbi. 
ToA &E Colby 61,502 II 

Sdiff <^ an. BoTTiet 0. Bad, ateutrix o/" Brtvd Oaloml A C. W. Puaaig. 
To His HnrrietO, Beid $1,260 00 

lUli^ of SutaaaiA T. La, leidoa and adnoditralrix qf Jatna MgUmm, dtraurd. 
ToSuMDoaT. liJ $130 00 

lUi^ <f Dr. Thonuu Amtitell; ad June S, 1SS8. 
ToT. Anli«eH, doctor »1T4 65 

Riliff itf Jolm S. JatM and WdliaiK IT. RuuM ; ad Jidg 39, 1854. 

ToWm. H. Kunell 100 S7 

J. Brown, dweaMd 189 91 

•390 (8 

JMt^ qfOtluir*^ Wmm Batbg. 
To W. H Smith »B1 «1 

Siliff <f John K. Mcblmli. 
ToJ. M MfInto»h «IS4 00 



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HECEIPT8 AKD EXPENDITURES. 3S1 

18ST-'38. MIUTABT EBTAELISHMENT. 



BanoBiia^ tiufimT eompania t^ light arftUcry, 
By J. L. DnoaldaoD, udstuit quartmaaster tl. IIB 18 

B-iTTati>at Ibrt TWho. 
By n. W. Foote, captain (987 (17 

Itoad/nm Ifeidcta to Big Sioux rietr. 
By Oeorge Tbom, capt^D. t21 00 

Sm vfyitig and Riming liu milifnry road on lit waltni /ronlia: 
By D. H. Rucker, SMUUnt quarteriDBater St,14S OR 

Sumy for htnhor (^ Sdtuali. 
By W, Bt-nliam, capt.iin »BT R8 

Repmring the public itorkt at Litdt R/g Harbor. 
ByG DuttOD, deceawJ, lateiusjor ' $1142 76 

Jmprevtmtnl ^ IM Ohio river, mdadins dan, tie. 
By 8. H Long, llentensot colour! $10 OS 

Cunayvcribn and rtpair </ mag-boalt, drt^-boati, ditcharging leom, Stt., fat Ohv>, MitBtiiijii, 
Miuouri, Aikantaa, aiidottitr milern mtrt 

DyS. H Long, Uentenut colonel $B! 8t 

Sui vt'j (ff tht TWnAjr rnwr. 
IlyW. H Stevens, lieutenant $I.»1T II 

liHfrovtrntnt ^ At noBigaUon <f UuCblorado rntr. 
By W. H. Stei-eni, lieutenaot $IB2 "8 

SurtKy of the Sm Antonio rivtr. 
fijW. H 8ter.t«,Uentcnant •** 58 

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3S2 SECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

lS67-'68. UILTTART E&TABLISHItEHT. 

Beptinl^ A> hnaht^tr at Byamut harbor. 
By H. W. Benham, captain t47 M 

Surney in Tfftraiee to a bnahcatr at Eatt Dmuit. 
By H. W. Benbam, capt^a «I,49t M 

Snnxy ijf Dnmloii rietr and JVtw Bt^ord harior. 
By H. W. Benhom, <*pl«ln $!> H 

Pnmtaliim if Gnat WooA Bait harier. 
By H. W. BenhAiD, captain tl7 II 

Improctnitnl if CA« Ohia rwer, Wmd fie Alb </ (k i&aiai^, Mitumri, srf ArkaMai rimrt. 
By S. H. Long, colonel $ST 90 

Sa vail, iuabar if Btfffala, yiw Tont. 
By W. TumbDll, deceaced, late brevet colonel S43 M 

/nprownunl qf Itarbar if Otw^, Ifm Tori. 
By W. Tamball, deceased, late brevet ooluael . $4 69 

Fag of tliven rqguimd ^ volmittm. 
ByM. E. Cnlly, late lieutenant $108 18 

Pay if Ttxat mguntid tvtgvt. 
By T. P. Andrewa, deputy paymaster geDenJ ........ $90S 39 

SMnij) ^ Aip eanal acrau pauiuiila ^ HahJa. 
ByM. L. fimith, capt^Jn $76 4< 

D^mee if San Franoua, Oalif-mm. 
By W. H. C. WhiUng, Ilentenint «13 15 



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EECEIPT8 ASD EXPENDITURES. 



I85T--68. KAVAL BSTABLISHMEST. 

Pay qf tht funy. 

ToQ. K. Snnderi EHivy agent 156, S95 00 

a. LojKll do 81,353 00 

H. G. 8. Key do 116, 6IJ 00 

J. Smith do 70, OlS 00 

A.E, Uuwell ,do 41,618 94 

N, McMt do. 7,146 14 

W. Bm^^ do 60,000 00 

B P. Aahe do 10,000 00 

B. D. Herlot do 26,0f»0 00 

A OneDle«f. do eft. 003 68 

H. r. Wendell. do - 44,381 00 

0. SwKckhcuiier, Inle ..do.. ... 8(>,8T6 9& 

W. Fllon do 80,000 00 

A. B. Smith ,..-.do..... 40,000 OO 

Baring Brotfaels t Co do 443,888 89 

L- Warrington.. .....puriet.. CO, 310 00 

H. J*yer» do 19,000 00 

0. F. Cutter..., .... do......... 13,000 00 

HcK. Boobantui do 150,706 00 

L. D. Sluam do 9T, 000 00 

J. T. B. Bleecket do 112,000 00 

A. J. WktMU - do 188,000 00 

J. 7. Steele do 834,000 00 

H. U. Helskftll do B,BO0 OO 

T. B. Nnlle ...do 8,2S0 00 

A E Wal«on do 82,634 47 

J. G. Harris do 96.886 02 

1. T. HMon }r do 36,000 00 

J. K. Hurwnod do 100,200 00 

H. EtUog dn 42,000 00 

A. J. Mitchell do 82,760 00 

J. N. Hambleton do 129,927 S9 

J. O. Brndford do 6,511 50 

J. C. Eldredge do 58,300 00 

A A. Belknap do 106,000 00 

Q. H. Bitchie ..do 56,079 00 

F. Senac do 19,000 00 

J. S. CuDaln^iani do 2,783 00 

1. A Bemple do 120,375 00 

T. B. Ware .* do 95,000 00 

B J. Cahoone do 1.610 75 

T. U. Taylor do 19,8i6 88 

B. F. Oallaber do 11,331 80 

J. 8. Gulick do 7,000 00 

C. W. Abbott do 11,000 00 

E H. Clark do 9,000 00 

J. D. DoDsfoTth, jr do 6,000 00 

W, B. Boggi do 13,700 00 

C. C. JackMD do 5,000 00 

J, B. iUttvnbonw do 11,650 00 

W. A. iDgmoll do 11.634 68 

C. C, Upbam do 65,760 00 

E. W. Culleo do 16,760 00 

8. Bamwy do 3,871 83 

C. Uorray <t> 113,000 00 

E.T, Dunn do 46,000 00 

O. H. White do 142,000 00 

J H. Watmough do 82,600 OO 

E. C. Doran do. 10,000 00 



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EECE1PT8 A»D EXraHDITUBES. 



1857-'5a. 


NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. 
Brought forward. 






3, 769, OSS ST 


ToW.O.Marcy 






::::::::::^T[:^^^: 
















10,0110 00 
3fi,000 00 




























D. D. Purler 


Ute do 






3ti6 OT 
1, BT2 54 


































do 




























F B Ben«hHw , 








3,000 00 










































J. B. a»iid» 


captain 






6,919 04 












8. P. Cftrler 


lleutenuit ,. , 






475 94 










































Imuc HuIhc, decofued, lata lurgaon 

A. C Izard paB«d mi<]«hipman 






161 73 
116 41 


D. Wnlker deceased 






1S8,5M 45 
353 10 












W. Furdy alLa S. SctDtlln 














































165 61 


A Dennev " 








K Adams 


do 






321 "In 


J. Claik aitat P. McNallf 


do 

; the following repa; ra«ntg : 
navy agent 


9,699 3a 

1,H41 IB 

4Z3 67 

L sa 

GTS &Sf 

1,330 91 

1,027 S9 

15 15 

15,111 83 

2S,T93 10 

30< IT 

4 66 


151 59 


From -hlth deduol 
Bt O. H. SiiiderB, 


4,087,680 3T 


H. Q S.Ko/ 


do 




A. Orecnieat 

O. Loyall 

J. Smith , 

W. Bidder , 


do 

do 

do 

do 




Baring Bf other* 4 Co.... 

H t'. Wendell 

A. B Smitli 


do 

do 

do 

Carried forward 




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BECEIFTS ASD BXPENDITUBES. 385 

57-'63. NAVAL E8TABUSHMENT. 

Brought forward 68,039 66 4,087,880 37 

y C. W. Cutter.kte naVj ageat 4,210 88 

J. H. Lathrop,late do SI 56 

C. Swackhuner, late do iS SO 

A. Day do 8,445 57 

B. J. Caboono...... poriier ..1 17,S57 01 

T E Ware do , 14,409 04 

B T. Dunn do 4,796 34 

aMonaj do 106,148 07 

J. H. Watmongh do 2,805 34 

J. V. B. -Bleecker do..,.: 3,337 02 

J. 8. Gnlick do 601 13 

A.A Belknap do 11,655 87 

T. B. Nalle i...do 2,908 32 

A. J. mtchell do 6,614 42 

T, H. Looker do 12,349 3l 

J.Y.Haaon,jr do - 901 38 

J. DeBree do 2,830 37 

A. E. Watson do 8,191 20 

Q.y. Cutter .' do 21,360 21 

J. N. Hambleton do 65,573 75 

T.P McBl^r do 22,049 65 

J.C. ElJredge do ; 86,548 74 

J. K. Hatwood do 2,316 63 

G. H. Bitcbie do 10,102 81 

W. W. J, Kelly do 12.248 70 

C. C. Upbam do 9,890 39 

J. A. Semple do " 1S,&47 00 

J. Wilson do 78 

J. V. Steele do 1,710 48 

McK. Buchanan do'. 26,300 00 

J.O. Harris do 2,829 88 

H. Myers do 13,807 03 

H. Etting do 305 71 

C.J. Emery do 6.921 43 

I. 'ntttnall. jr., Ute do 216 95 

J P. Abbott, late do 675 10 

O. R. Oriawold, deceased, bite do 7,861 II 

J. 8. Fergason acting purser 1,212 08 

B. L. "nigbinan dq 1,000 00 

J. L I^oome do 28 98 

J. W. Jenkins, late do 685 69 

K. W. Cushman, late do 206 94 

F. Buchanan captain 2.420 09 

K R. Thomson . commander ... 879 43 

D. McDougftl do 1,289 72 

W. A. C. Farragut lieateDant 1 71 

T. M. Brasher do 201 91 

J. H.Moore do 1,950 34 

J. J. Comwell do 6 00 

J. S. Blaffitt do 22 36 

J. E, DeHaven do 278 65 

Chief of Bureau of Provisions and Clothing 2,283 34 

Chief of Bureau of Medldne and Surgery . 78 71 

B. Potts, deceased 101 60 - 



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EECBIPT8 AND ESPENDITUEE8. 



857-'58. 


KAVAL ESTABUSHMENT. 




3,300 00 






























193,884 00 
















L.D.SlBtcic 


;:::::::::^;:::::;:::; 




6,500 00 


















































































D, McDoagall 

CbiefotBure*aofCoi»tni 


cHon, fto 

DfiTy agent 


TG4 13 

667 21 

101 OB 

I, MS T3 

IIT 98 

341 Gl 

TT 80 

101 16 

4S8 n 

1,736 61 

7,1(1 88 

1, 143 82 

319 02 

5,303 OO 

7,477 87 

1,017 60 

2, 660 82 

l,ail 83 

2,186 34 

3,164 36 

6,818 92 

&,088 oa 

1, 111 29 

7,496 82 

1,201 39 

3,753 31 

1,186 87 

79 00 

294 29 

4,016 67 

739 26 

1, 116 12 

1,G7& 23 

6, 776 91 


1,139 72 
160 SO 


From which deduct the 

ByRF. Ashe 

G.N. BandeTB 


326, 140 66 


A.B. MMwell 


do 
















J. H. Lathrop, l>te 

C. Bwackhamer, lute 






C. Murwy 

J.T.B-Bleccker 


::;;:":=:;:::::;:::: 






::::::; z 










A.J.Mitchell 












































do 




J. K. Hanrood 

J.CEldredge 


do 






















O. B. Grtowold, deceased 


late do 










J. W. JmklM, Ule 

' R. P.Dedlvar, liJ« 


do 





Carried fbrward t78,«90 61 »328,U6 M 

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RECEIPTS AND EXPESDITUBES. 
lg&7-'G8. NATAL E^ABUSHlfEHT. 

Broaght foTwud 78,690 61 

B7 T. H. Bruher, Houtenant 121 30 

Chief of Bureau of PtotIsIoiu uid Clothing 138,901 61 

Chief o[ Bureau of Hedidne and Surgerj TG OS 



ToO. IT. Bandera nav; agent 111,901 00 

A. Greenleaf. do 162,016 00 

Q. Lojall do 20,48* 00 

H.Q.S.Kejr do 7,878 90 

J.Bmllh do 138,981 00 

A.E.MMwell do 2,881 60 

W. Bodger do 36,066 DO 

N.Mo«es do 234 00 

B.D.HeTiot do 1,683 01 

H.F. Woodell do 1,89* 00 

Bariog Brotheiaft Co do 6*, 067 8* 

B. P. Ashe do 18,622 00 

W. Fllnn do 1,676 00 

L. Warringloo parser 6,000 00 

llcK Bucba&an do 1*,909 00 

J.F.Steele do 10,277 68 

J- N. Hambluton do 7,062 90 

H.M.Heiikell do 1,000 00 

T.aNalle do 3,186 66 

J.G. HarrU do 2,100 00 

J. y. HaNoo, jr do *,921 *7 

C. Murray do 80,238 80 

J. T.B.8leecker do 3,379 OS 

A.J. Mitchell do *,881 68 

G. H. Ritchie do 600 00 

A. E. WulBOn do 6.193 36 

a J. Cahoone do 9,910 08 

T. K. Taylor do 17,702 0* 

B. F, Gsllaher do *10 6* 

E. T. I>unn do 2,936 05 

T. H Looker - do 10,692 33 

T. B-Ware do 6,890 86 

J.De Drea do *,*75 16 

J.S.Gu1ick do 2,600 00 

R.H.Clark do *,000 00 

T. P. McBIalr do 23,771 36 

A. A. Belknap do 20,763 3D 

yr. A. Ingersoll do 4,210 *2 

F. Senac -do 6,6U0 00 

Q.F. Cutter do 2,743 97 

O.H. White do 2,500 00 

H-Btting do 13,660 00 

J. B. Watmougfa do 1,462 00 

W.W.J. Kelly do 200 92 

A. J. Wotaou do 126 94 

J. K, Harwood do 1,366 43 

J.CEldredge do 17,86* 38 

H, Myers do 17,780 49 

Q. R. Griswold, deceased, late do 9,792 68 

J. 8. Fenruwm. -.—.acting purser 6*7 10 

U D.Porter do 1,878 46 

J. H. Strong do SOO DO 

Carried forwaid (^ftf^^Tll jtS 



388 BECEIPT8 AND EXFEHDITUBES. 

18fiT-'S8. NAVAL ESIABLIBHllENT. 

Brought forw&Td 969,471 18 

To W. KelROD naval storekeeper. ................ 1,000 00 

E. R. TfaomKOD oammauder 6T2 78 

W. E, HuDt do S3 M 

T.G.Corbiu lieuieoaat 25 60 

Becretory of the Mav; truBtee 6,849 SI 

Chief of Bureau of ConatnicHon, &c 664 9fi 

976,717 6B 
From which deduct Qm following npajmeata : 

BjQ. Lojall navy agent 1,203 S3 

RP.Agho do 623 54 

O.N.Sanden do 8T4 82 

A.Oreenlsaf .do £25 00 

J. Smith do 348 96 

W. Badger do 126 6* 

H, F. Wendell do 139 27 

BariDg Brothers & Co do 18,888 89 

A. E Smith do S 41 

J. H lAthTop,late do 299 66 

G. Bwacliliamei, late do 395 79 

A. Day. late do 2,512 44 

8. CuBhmaa, former do 10 57 

W. Hindm an, former do 1 25 

A. J.Mitchell tmreer 217 31 

E J. Cahoone do 726 29 

J, Wlleon do 8 49 

J.O. HfiriB do 19 22 

J. C. Hooter, late do 139 00 

1. W, Jenkins, late acting purser 774 98 

It P. Deliver, late naral storekeeper 7,286 58 

T.M.Btaaber lieutenant 64 45 

Chief of Bnrean of Proviuons and Clothing 1,729 IS 

Chief of Bareau of Uedidne and Sorgeiy .. 141 49 

J. BooTor 169 32 



Fan ^ agitrinlmdentt. 

To A. E. Maxwell nary agent 14,613 00 

N. Moses do 1,900 00 

B. P. Ashe do 15,600 00 

H. F. Wundell do 8,200 00 

L-D.SIamm pntser 13,600 00 

A.J.Wftt«)n do 17,777 59 

A.BWataon do 6,000 00 

J. a. Harris do 6,300 00 

J. Y. Mason, jr do 6,667 00 

T. B. NaUe do 221 39 

C. UuxTaj- ....... ......do .. 8,760 00 

E. T. Dnnn do 6,729 10 

O. H. WhitB do 6,600 00 

W.W.J.KeUy do 139 19 



From which deduct the following lepajmente ; 

By J. T. Maaon, jr puner 7 45 

LWilsoQ do 1,054 52 

J.O. Harris do 420 27 



111,697 21 



EECEIPT8 AND ESPENDITOEES. 



85T-'68. 


NAVAL EeTABLISHMENT. 
Surgmiuf Mxuaria. 




3,092 00 








































A. Oreenleaf. 


do 




1, 120 00 


H V. Wendell 
















Baring Brothers A Co. . 


do 




1,777 7S 












:: '.'.'.^Zf':::::::'::" 














E.T. Dunn 
























































































H. itjtm .: "". 
































J. 9, FerguKill 














E. K Thomson 

T. M. Bragber 

IBWC F. QoLdiDg 

Secretiu? of the NnTf... 
Chief of thB Bureau of Me 
ChiefoftheBureanofPr 


lieutenant 

coneut 




S 10 
66 12 
Si 90 


dlcineand Bnrgery 




9,3J8 37 


following Tepaymenta : 

navy agent 

porter 

"!!!"'""do""""/.'." 

do 

naval storekeeper 

e Borgeon 


ITS SB 

no 91 

2,001 23 
1S9 TS 
121 71 
IS T< 
33 3ft 




From which deduct the 

By A. Day, late 

B J. Cahoone 

T.M. Taylor 

A, J. Mit«hell 

McK. Buchauan 

R. P. Doiilver, late 

Iia»: Hube. deceased, la 


38,833 61 
1,786 97 








125,816 66 















































390 SECE1PT8 AND EXPENDITURES. 

1M7-'S8. NAVAL BSTABLKHMBST. 

Brought forward *22,ttt TT 

ToJ. Smith mijageat 90,ZtT 36 

A. E. Maiwell do 47,326 73 

N. Hoses do 6, J3T 00 

W. Badfter do 68,487 12 

H. F. Wendell do 89,991 40 

BaiiQK Btothera&Co do 31,074 50 

C, 8w»ckb»iner, Ute do 10,586 10 

A. Day. tate do 7,469 TO 

B. D. Heriot do 1,000 00 

W. FUno do 1,349 00 

L. Warrington ....puner-. — -.... .... 7,400 00 

L. D. Rlamm do 22,000 00 

A. J. Watson do 29,000 00 

T. B. Nalla do 4,000 00 

A. E. Watson do 8,M»0 00 

A. Q, HarriB do 29,300 00 

J. T. Mason, jr do 23,000 00 

G. F. Cotter do 10,632 01 

C. Murray do 39,662 25 

J. H. Watmough do 188 iS 

J. V. B. Bleeeker do 9 60 

B. F.QdUher do 2,120 46 

B. J. Cahoone do; 9,126 62 

E. T. Dunn do 13,763 11 

A.J.Mitchell do 1,271 15 

T. H.LookCT do 460 72 

T. B Ware do 212 02 

J. DeBree do 616 00 

J. Tattnall, late do ISO 49 

J. S. Ouliok do 1,600 00 

C. W. Abbott do 1,000 00 

J. K. Harirood do 6,000 00 

A. Welch, lat« do 31 93 

R. H.Clark do 4,600 00 

J. F. Steele do 70 04 

W, B. Boggs do 1,000 00 

J, N. Hombleton do 126 36 

MoK. Bachanan do 1,800 00 

0. H. While do 6,600 00 

F. Senac do 6,950 OO 

W.W.J. Kelly do 2,243 00 

Q. R. OrUnold, deceased, late do 769 46 

J.Wilaon do 9 25 

W. A. Ingenoll do l.HOO 00 

J. C. Eldredge do 3,290 32 

C. J, Emery do 1,000 00 

J. W. Jenkins, Uto acting purser 824 68 

J. 8. FergOEOu purser.. .......... 374 58 

T. J, Page do 1,000 00 

J. H. Strong do 1,000 00 

W. Reynolds naval storekeeper 303 85 

C. Tift do 135 60 

W. KeleoD do 1,000 00 

P. J. Fontaine ..do 1,9JT 83 

R. P. Desilver, Uto do 12,683 33 

T. A. Domin captain 311 00 

F. Buchanan do 2,474 00 

E. E. Thompaon........ connnander 77 84 

G. B. Cray lieutenant 52 00 

T. H. Brasher do 144 60 

J. J. Comwell do 6 00 



Carried forward.. 



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BECEIPTS AND EXPEHDITUEE8. 391 

lS67-'58. NAVAL ESTABLISHMElTr. 

Brought forward 9B0,3fil 03 

ToQ. W. EimbftU .codhdI 134 le 

Q- 8. HoImM do 1,663 Si 

O.K. Fairfield do 1,695 72 

A.B.Corwine do S,882 2S 

Chl«foftIieBiireaaofCoiutnicUan, ftc 8,482 39 

Z-K BiDd 66 70 

996, 166 OS 
From which deduct the followlDg repafnenta : 

ByO. loyall nBTyageat 39 90 

K. Hoaea do 927 91 

N. SAnden do 301 03 

B. P. Aflhe do 8,39! 34 

C. W. Cutter, late do 84 IS 

C. Swackhamer, tate do 1 97 

A. Greenleaf. do 33 

J. Smith do 394 60 

H. P.Wendell do 333 63 

A. E. Maxwell do 100 00 

A. B Smith do 3,979 19 

T. B. Nolle purser 3,336 67 

T. M. Taylor do 6,644 02 

T. B. Ware do 174 34 

J, T.Mason.jr do 394 7* 

T. P McBlalr do 3,397 28 

A. A. Beikoap do 1,468 60 

J. K. Harwood do 600 00 

A. J. WiitKm do 731 88 

A. E. WataoD do 33 00 

8. T. Dunn do 66 40 

H, Mjera do 388 98 

KcK. Buchanan do 3,950 61 

J. G. Harris do 2,27! 14 

D D.Porter..-. acting parser 438 63 

P. J Fontaine naval storekeeper 1,830 06 

A. H. Bowman mi^or. 109 37 

8. P. Carter lieutenant 160 00 

T. O. Corbiu do * 80 

8. D. Frenchard do 160 41 

Inac N. Brown do 8 60 

O.H. Fairfield conml 1,S96 72 

A. B. Corwine do 2,882 26 

Secretarj of the Na»j .trustee 20,880 69 

Chief ot theBureMofCoDitnictioD, &c 2 71 

A. Green 124 02 



ToG. N. Bander* navy agent 394,321 24 

A. Oreenleaf do 167,749 00 

O, Lojali do 140,940 00 

J. Stnlth do 478,130 00 

A. E-Uaiwelt do 26,014 00 

N Hoae* do 37,576 00 

W. bdg^ do 272.497 60 

R. P.Adie do 46,000 00 

H. G. 8, Ker do 85,617 00 



. «l,697.T43ff* 



392 HECEIPT8 AND EXPENDirnEES. 



1867-'68. 


NAVAL ESTABLISHUENT. 




ToH.F. Wendell 


navy agent 

do 


199 i34 80 

, 61,948 J« 






















:"::::::::!r!y:::::::::::: 


















































































W. A. Ingeraoll 

J. N. Hambleton 


do 


11,800 00 

76 60 




















J. H Watmough 

G. R. Oriiwold, deceived 


,TaU"rr" ".'do"" ".".".""■ 


*, 131 60 

773 17 


























J. 8 Ferguaon 


































W. Nelson 


naval storekeeper 


1,600 00 


T.M. Brasher 

Q. F. Lindsay 

J. H. March 


lieutenant , 


BO 37 

167 00 

97 01 

ia,s*o 00 




























»0,88O 59 






















i following repayments: 
MTysgent 




From irhich deduct U» 
By J. Smith 


3,861,660 79 
S,789 61 




Ctoried forward 






tT.6St 09 U.88S.660 79 



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BECEIFTS AND EXPENDITlTBEa. 
NAVAL ESrABLIsaaEKT. 









B. P. ABbe 


DBvj agent 


1,011 89 














J. H. lAthtop, late 


do 


41 96 


C. SwnckhKmer, late.. 
H. P.Wendell 


do 


. S2,341 ]8 

fiTO 36 


























A, J. WfttBoo 


do 


tS 70 


J. V. B. Bleecker 


do 


2,980 30 
































0. H. Berrymiui 

J. W. Jenkiiu. late... 


do 

acting purser 

do 


895 TG 
1,000 00 
1,340 10 
3,016 85 


B. P. Deailver 

Chief of the Burean of 
Chief of Biircan of Ord 


navilBtorekecper... 


1.803 it 


Construction, 4c 


. 215,838 75 
. 14,648 84 








A. H. Bowman 




61 88 



3,i2S,869 25 

Sixfiril driu tUamfrigaUt. 

To G. N. Sanders navy agent 63.132 00 

A.Greeiiieaf do 37.494 00 

G. D)jal] do 2,061 00 

W. Badger do 9,785 66 

J.Smith do 785 00 

C. Sw«ckh»i.ier, iate do 21,863 29 

W, Flinn do 350 00 

A. J. Watson pureer -... 1,536 74 

J. y.Manon, jr <)o 17,000 00 

A. E. WatBOD do 31,900 86 

C. Morray do 49,000 00 

J. WiLion do • 1,613 96 

E.T. Dunn ', do 25,000 00 

L. D. tUamm do 24,686 08 

Chief of Bureau of CooatrucUOD, &c 150,153 70 



From which deduct the following repaymentA ; 

Bjr C. Swacklumer, late navy ageut 19,444 SS 

A. Day do 3,7.17 50 

N. Uowt do 80 45 



436,262 19 



parried fbiwBTd $23,262 SB <436,26l 19 



394 BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBES, 

ISST-'U. NATAL ESTABLISHHEHT. 

Brought forward 23,262 58 *36,263 19 

ByT. B. Nalle purser «,998 83 

J. G. Harris do 1,963 78 

Chief of Bureau cf CoiutractioD, &c 115 60 

67,329 78 

$3E6, 032 4L 

i%ia Uecpt-t^-war. 

ToG. N. Sanden navy agent 201,039 00 

A. B. Mniiwull do 23,683 00 

A. Greenleaf do 258 75 

W. Badfter do 34,218 73 

H. F. Weodell do 97 73 

G Loyall do 17 00 

W. Flinn do 3,811 00 

H. G. S. Kay do 37 1! 

E. T. Dunn purser 50,000 00 

a. H. White do 132,000 00 

A J, WataoQ do 4,800 00 

L. U, Blamm do 22,428 63 

«472,390 96 



To W. H. Davldge 326. 171 37 

M. 0. Roberta and AssocUikf 255,518 9* 

E. K. Colling and AasociatsB 303. C31 89 



ToJ. K. Harwood puner 44,76* 71 

From which deduct the following repaynient ; 
By B. F. Oftllaber purser 1,023 49 



iftniy yard, Pmittaoalk, A', H. 

■oH, F. Wendell navy agent 74,674 00 

N. Moses do 16,076 00 

J. Smith. do 391 00 

G. N. Sandere do 1,267 20 

Chief of Bureau 0/ Conatnictlon, &c 1,209 69 

92,616 89 
From which dednct the following repayment! : 

:y H. F. Wendell navy agent 3 89 

C, W. Cutter, late do 6 05 

J. WUbod purser 818 09 



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BECEIPTS ASD EXPENDITnaES. 395 

186T-'68. NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. 

A'iiDy ya^, Bolton, Mamadaitdu. 

To J. Smith mvy agent 245,007 00 

a. N. Sandcni do 6,407 9S 

L. D. Slamm purser .. 130,700 00 

A. J Watson do 9 63 

Chief of Boreaa or CoDBtrucUoii, &c 1,138 12 

382,262 61 
From which deduct the foUowinf; repajmenU: 



JWny yard, Kan York, A'. J". 

To O. N. Snnden iwt7 agent 214,356 00 

J. Smith do 450 00 

C. Swackhamer, late do 2.876 98 

J. a. Harrii pnrier 117,000 00 

A.J. WatBOn du 188 82 

C. ilVTity do 57,000 00 

Chief of Bnreau of ConitmctioB, &c 6,061 25 

396, 932 06 

From which deduct the followiDg repaymanta ; 

ByQ. N. SandeiB iMvy agent 181 52 

T. B. Nalle purser 246 65 

J.Q. Harrii do 6,936 22 



yavjf jfar4, PttOaitlphia, Pttuujfivmia. 

ToW. Badger navy agent 36,211 49 

O. H.Sandere do 660 44 

J. Smith. do 684 46 

A. Qrecnleaf. .....,..., ..do............ . 47 00 

A. Day. late. do 3,378 IS 

A. E. Watnm purur 19,000 00 

T. B. Nalle do 1,727 76 

A. J. Watw>n do 78 39 

O. H White do 1 20,000 00 

Chief of Bureanof Congtrnction, ftc 4,668 09 

86,445 77 
From which deduct the following repajmenta : 



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I8&T-'U. 


NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. 
























































































.-._„'""_ __%__ 








Chief of Bureau of Construction, &c 






l,i95 64 


From which deduct the following repaytnants : 






201, 4S6 13 


BjA, Sreenleaf ... 
H. P.iulding.... 


navy agent 


87 78 

SO 00 

3,99S B3 

60 ST 




J. W. Maury... 


A'avy yard, NorfM, Virginia. 


i,lU 18 










S200,321 95 






ToO. Loyall 


. 












































































Chittof Bureau o( Construction, &c 






8U 24 








3^0,614 40 


By J. Y. Manon, jr. 
T. B Nnlle 




a,06S 68 
13 6i 

23,832 82 




do 








25,912 14 










»3S4,T02 26 




Nmg y^, PoiMcabi, Florida. 
















144,078 00 








































W. W. J- Kelly 
Chief of Bureau 
















6,008 05 


From which deduct the followiog npaymeots : 






179, 65» 65 


ByT. B. Nalle.... 
R BnmiH-y 


":-:::::::::::::^r:;;;;::;::: 


1.835 66 
3. 2S1 86 


6,090 61 
















»17i,46: IS 






Digmzec =; 


Goo^c 



EECEIPT8 AMD EXPEHDITUBE8. 397 

leST-'fiS. NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. 

Ifmy yard, Man iiiand, QJ^onia. 

ToB. P. AEhe DUTf agent SIS, <G3 34 

G. N-BandirB do 62,227 14 

H. G. S. Key do 2,706 25 

370,395 73 
From which dednct the following repajmeot; 

BjE. P. Aahe uiiTy ageol 16,226 00 



Boon and nMieay in Oai^orjoa, 



Magaani, Porlmumlh, Nta &B^>iliin. 

ToH. F. Wendell navy agent 

J. Smith do 

N. Uoees do -..— , 

Chief of Bureau of Conrtruction, &c. ....".. 



Magaant, PkOadttphia, Fa. 
navy agent 



19,040 63 



From which dednct the following repayment : 
ly N. Monee, late . navy agent .... ...... 60S 96 



Jfii^ahfu, Ktie York, Nac York. 

ToG. N. Sandert navy agent..,.. 20,888 55 

J. O. HanlB purser 8,121 9S 

C. Harmy do 4,000 00 

Chiefof Bureau of Constrnction, &c 3,213 81 



9,13S 14 



From which deduct the following repayment : 
By A. Day, late nnvy agent 180 47 



398 EECEIPTS AND EXPEHDITUEB8. 

ISST-'SS. NAVAL ESTABLI8HHENT. 

Magaani, Wat/iinglan ci(y, D. C. 

To A. Oreenleaf...... -... nt-vj agent .,, 

W. Flinn do 



Magamu, iferfM, Va. 

ToG. Loyall iuiTT»g«>it 4,371 18 

Q. N. SanderB do 1,61S 14 

E T. Dunn pureer 5,000 00 

Ufaief of Bureau ot Tarda and DockB . .. .. 23,832 82 

32,819 li 
From which deduct the following repayineDt : 

BjG. Loyall nary agent 782 80 



Mag<aint, Featacola, Florida. 



Magazim, Man Jilmd, Cblifomia. 

ToE. P. Aahe navy agent S99,300 00 

Eoijiital, Baton, Matt. 

To J. Smith nayyaRent 9,833 3fi 

L. D Slamm ptttser 2,400 00 

Chief of Bureau of Construction, &m. -.,. . 3 SI 

12, 236 88 
From which deduct the following repayment : 

By J. Smith na»y agent 400 00 



Bo^<U, iW™ Fori, y. T. 

ToQ N. Bandera navyagent 23,060 00 

C. Swaclchamer, late...... do 331 Tl 

J. O.HaniB pureer 19 11 



Boipaal, Philaddphia, Pa. 

To W. Badger navy agent 8.195 75 

J. Smith do 16 00 

8,211 76 
FnHn which deduct the following repayment ; 
By A. Day, late navy agent 990 19 



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BECEIPT8 AND BXPENDITDBES. OVV 

l^il-'SS- N&TAL ESTABLISHMENT. 

Mi^iital, IfoifM, Fa. 

TaO. Loj-all navy ageot 11,480 00 

J. T. Mason, JT pnresr S.OOO 00 

E.T. Dunn do 2,600 00 



Bo^/O^, Pauaccla, Fl<i. 

oA-E. MMwell na" agent 8,61l> 00 

Q. S. Sandew do 4S9 04 

8,999 04 
From which deduct the following repajment : 
9 A. GTeenleaf .......... navy agsot . ...... 1 71 



To W. Badger 


Xuvv hoqiUalftmd. 








































































































BBTj agent 


1, 649 00 
103 37 
203 6* 
27 SO 
248 25 
41,203 78 
9,4SS 98 




From which drfnct th 
By W. Bulger 


61,470 00 








C. Chwe.- 

T. Dillani 


surgeon 

---- surgeon 








To W. W. Bnnell 


payrawter 


G2,ai9 00 
$8,6G0 &0 

266,118 67 




















2,000 00 




























3, 70S 50 


















2,000 00 


















4,000 OO 
«286,(H)0 61 

G(.x>;lc 

















400 EECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITUBES. 



1857-'58. 


HAV 


AL E8TABLLSHUENT. 




286,500 51 




























6,09! 6« 


































































































































J. N. Hambleton 




do, 




3.425 06 




















6,200 00 




late.. 












































J. 8. Fergason 




.acting purser 




688 12 


E. B. ThoiuBon 

B-F. Undaay 

Secretary of the Navy.... 


follOT 


...coniiiander 

trustee 

rlDg repayments : 
...nuTy agent 


48 35 
35 86 
44 00 
357 fiO 
6,4IG 21 
1,624 09 
164 00 


28 00 

228 75 

6,118 U 


From wbkh deduct the 

ByH.Q RKiiy 

C. Murroy 

J. II. Wfttmough 

J. V. B. Bteecker 

T. M. ■niylor , 

T. R Wmo 


372,623 71 


::::::!r!^::::::::: 

do 

do 

do 






Pnwiiioiu for the mtrint (wja. 
quart*nnilater. 


T,B90 11 
«SS4,T33 60 






To G. F. Liiidwy 


31,695 55 
10,494 68 
2,440 8T 

$54,631 0« 

69,906 58 

715 CO 

1.701 00 


A. A. Nicholipn, deceased 

ToG-F. Undiay 

A. A. Nicholson, deceased 
C. Murray 


1, late. 

CtM 
'{ate. 


do 

.quartermagter. 

do 

do 


















G 


oo<;lc 



BECEIFT8 AND EXPENDITUREB. 401 

lesT-'SS. NAVAL EBTABLISHHENT. 

Brought forward 62,033 IB 

To H. HTers puner 300 68 

A, Oftriwid..... c^toin 10 84 

61,811 58 
From which dedoct the followlag repsymenU ; 

By Q. F. Undai; qnartennaster 6,810 4(1 

W. W. BoNeU fmjma»ia C39 67 



Hid fur ih» mmn* emyt. 

To D. J. Satherland qiurtermasUr. 39,3tO )8 

a. F. UndsB7 do 6,00S 00 

A. Qarluid ....captain .. IT 11 

44,348 69 
From which deduct (he fultoiriDg repayments: 

B; O F. linduy quartertDMler. 20,000 00 

A. A. NicholaoD, deceawd, kt« do 4,000 00 

W. W. Rnwell paymaster 14 70 

24,014 70 



ToD. J. Sutherland quatteimuter £0,945 98 

O. F. Uodcay do 4,000 00 

A. A. NIcbolton, deceased, late do 116 26 

15,061 14 
From which deduct the iUlowing repayment : 
By G. P. UDd»y, deccatad, late qnaitennaster. .. ... 16,061 £4 



ToD. J. SathetUnd qnariermaater 17,040 U 

Q. F. Uodsa; do 3,500 00 

A. Oariand..... captain 82 G6 

21,123 07 
From which deduct the following repayments : 

ByO. F. linden; quaitermatteT 8,000 09 

A, A. Nlcholeon, dec'd., late do 1,116 17 

S,lia 17 



ApBtrt if barroch, Ift ,/ar tU nurkit torf*. 

To D. J, Bntherland.,... qnartermBster 10,286 06 

O. F. UndMy do 1,500 09 

Chier of Bnreia of Yaidi and Docki 3,095 8S 

Carried fbrward tlft.TSl M 



402 KECEZFTS AKD EZPENDITDKES. 

1867- 'S8. NATAL ESTABUSHMENT. 

Brought forward 

From which deduct the following Tspsjmente : 

Bj A. A. Nicholson, dec'd, lata qnutmniMter T,4G« II 

Q. F. IJi»dw.y, dec'd, tate do 325 76 



7,781 88 



To D. J. Satherland..... qvaitemattet 25,200 61 

O. F. Undiay do 9,000 00 

A. A. Nicholson, deceued, hite do 3,9U 16 

A. OarUnd capbdn 31 60 



From which deduct the foUowtog repaymeDts: 

r O F. Lindrar — quwtermMter.. 

A E. IlASwell n»«7 dgent-.. 



tTo C. Swicklumer, kte hbt? agent $61,341 IS 

Which deduct from the following repayment : 
RyC. Swackhitmer, late navy agnt 111,169 66 



Eicen of reparment $49,412 S 



Amtrieim Jftwrticri Almanat. 



To J. Smith . navy agent.. 

A. Oreeoleaf... ..........do 

W, Fllnn do.l 



To Chief of Bnrean of Construction, Ac 

From which deduct the followlDg repayment : 
By A. Day, late aaTy agent... 



$7,030 61 



BEOEtPTS ASn EXPfiNDITURES. 403 

NAVAL EOTABUSHKENT. 



To A Oreei)]«^ 
























PmAm 


S1,SOO 00 








3,S8« St 
















































J. H. WalmODgh 
















owing lepajBeota : 


,104 CO 
4SI 92 




From which driaot the fol 


17,040 86 















ToW. FUnn aiMygmt 

PvUkaliBK if wM and OBTmt (Aorta, 
lb A. OreenlCBf .. imtj agent . 



CbmingaU tepattm okJ vagtt m tbtnatorf aid ta/dtngr^iit^ effiet. 

To A GreeDleaf. nav7»gMit 7,887 44 

O, M. tJMiden do 183 43 

W. KHon —do 1,676 00 

H. P.Wendell do 11 ZS 

J. Smith do 19 00 

W. Badger do 7 00 

O. LoTali do 48 

9,793 <0 
From whldi dednct the foltowing repayment : 

By A. Qreenieaf.. ..iu>t; agent 14 &1 



PMUd^ AarU, tr , if La PUa rimr. 

To A Qreenieaf............. navy agent .......... 

G. N Sanders do 

W.Flinn do 



404 BECEIFTS AND EXFEHDITUBES. 

18S7-'6a. NATAL ESTAHISHMBNT. 

It^Mff wynwflMiti 01 titam bciltrt. 

To A. Qreenleaf nary agent 1,SH M 

J. Smith do 250 M 

W. BwJger do 30 60 

W. FUno do 1,000 00 

A.J. WaUon pnner Bl 81 



To A Uteeiil«*f. iwt; •gent 220 38 

W. Badger do 2* 00 

A. J. Watoon pnner 677 41 



To B. P. Aihe IWT7 « 



/Vim Mffuy to Mfden imimg 1h* war wOk Mt^ea, 
To W. Fllnn nary sgeut 



Arming ami w a j i Bu y lAi ordnoMH rfy P^nMMti. 

To A, Oreenleef- bkt; agent 

J. Bmith do ., 

W. B. BoggB poraei , 

CUef ^^Tean of Ordnance, &«. . ................ 



Fai/ ^Axfjitd natal tfie^. 

to W. Flinn navy agent 

W. A. C. FarraerDt llenteDant 



"iTo A. Oreenleaf. naTragent S.llO 65 

0. K.Bandeia do KflO 88 

W. Badger do 300 00 

W. Flinn do 8,000 00 

J. Smith do 1,000 00 



Apbrafini qT tt< f oroM ami MEMorfa 4^ PanyHqr rins-. 

To v. Flinn navy agent 1,000 00 

A. Oraenleaf do 199 TO 

Q. H.auiden do 17t S8 



BECEIPTB AND EZPBNDTTnBES. 

NAVAL ESTABLrnHHENT. 



Taj. Smllli M»y»gent 1,700 00 

A. GTeenleaf do lOS 62 

W. nina do 45 00 

S,8S3 62 
Whldi deduct Aran Hie tolkmiag lepoTineiita : 

By A. Oreeuto^ .... navy tgeot 7 63 

J. H Lathiop, l&te do 4M 13 

A. D«y do 61 

BuiDS Bratbcn & Co 3,U1 H 

3,619 68 

Eioenof repBfmoiiU...... ..................... .... (765 96 

To A.0reeti1eaf IMT7 agent 10,000 00 

W. Fllnn do 10,000 00 

A. O. Allen, Utte do 8,706 63 

W. Badford oommuid«r 2 00 



Qm^Bu^im to derta tn Oit OitUti SaUi natal aalnmamkal t^tHHtn. 



Dry Dads, Pauaaila, Florida. 

ItoW. W. J. Kelly purger 

Trom which deduct the following Tepaymsnt : 
Bjr A. B. Hkzwell.. lUiTy agenl 

^ (Ag wrwyi 1^ • «Ap conoi nee 



lb A. OracDleaf navy kgeal 306 00 

O. M. Bandeta do *91 60 

T. A. Cn*eD actiiiK puner 10,121 62 



.,„„Gr 



406 BECEIFT8 AND EXPENBITUSES. 

lSft7-'U. NAVAL RSTABLIBHHENT. 

Dm DoA, PaitimaA, Sm BatfMr*. 

To Chief of Bureau of OonstnictloD, to. -•■• . — • 

From which deduct the following tepaTinent : 
B; A. Hotet UteiMTjageDt 

To Itn. EliBkbeth H- Eenidon 



Sd^f Iff lit tBidow and orphmi </ tie offutrt nrf mn loif n (A> VMii AoEn Aip ABxmg. 



To P. Keough 

J. Clark tdiat P. HcNkllr . 






16B 00 


































































A. RodrigOM 


do 




110 00 




























»»i/ihti^ttr,midmmlMi„ 


(*> VtaMSUkm. 






«2,8«1 to 


To W. Pnrdr, olu. N. BamUb 


MrSamtn. 


Mv ^ior* V <*> -Miy y 0. f^MWe y Am, 




a^rftl^mrt 


6,000 00 


















SM^ <f TKoma M. Tlylor. 






ToT. M.'fcylw 


ItB.OOO 00 
»TS1 41 



JMi^ ^ Jamm Me. ikbiMk. 
To J. He. HcIubMh (sptidn 



....... UeatenAot 



DigmzecDyGoO'.^k' 



RECEIPTS AflD ZXPENDIT0RE8. 407 



1857-'S8. NAVAL BErTABLIUHKBlIT. 

Sdi^ (^ WUiiamBMie. 
To W. Helae 



To R. W. Ciuluiuii Imte acting ptUMT 



To Mrs QeOTgUaaH. LenU 



REPAY UENTd. 
Aaiy yard, SadUU't Barbor, Nan Ytrk. 



J i. Sanden bTe*et majoc 



Dry Da*. Phitadtlfhia, Paaugttania. 



DigmzecDy Google 



408 BECEIPT8 A.KD EXPENDITUBES. 



IB5T~'GS. STATEMENT OF BALANCES 

Stmaiauig ai Ike tnd of llu fiteal yiar of June SO, 1858, en a p p my r i alietu madtprier Is Itof time mnd 
corns' bjf mamvilt of tit Ster^ary q/' the Trtatuiy la At cnJit </ an aeemnit daiammatei " Ae 
mrpluM /vnd," in jmrmance qf lie nMttmih mcUon li AmAif MarA 3, 1796, aSUti -^Au act 
mating praviiiBn for Uuiuppert^ lit public eredil and/or U< nAnq^un of lit publie Ml /' alto 
<lf Qtt InilA tuiian if ^ a/tof AsigitA 31, 18S2. enUUtd "An act making nppn p ri atiau for lit 
dvU and diplamatk upmm <if lit goaemmml for lit yuw aiding Jumt 3% IBG3, Bud fer tfto- 
pirpmaf' and in imnforaiHi/ urilh an ael<if Cangrai mhUtd "An act to difini and MdiUui lit 
fiteal ytar qf lie tnaiury of lit OnHed BMet," apprmitd Avgiut it, ISii. 



Biodina Che CoDgreuloiu] Qlob« ud Appeodix for lit Mtdon of 
SSdCongreu 40 

To eDftble the Clerk of HoQM of RepreteatttJTe* to purehsM 
Che SUHilM at Large for Lhe UH of the member* of the Houie 
ef Bepreeentsdvet 7 00 

To enable the Clerk of the Hoote of HepreMOt*ti*M to par for 

100 eoplei nf the ooaUuuatina of the ADnali of CoDgraat, &e. 60 00 

To enable the Clerk of the Hooh of BepreaeaCMitei to p*7 fiir 
the oontlDiutioQof the Auialauf CoogreM fiiT the memben of 
the 33d Coflgi-BM HO 00 

For the dosi^n ud eiobaoiie of lach doeumeoti and pnbliea- 
tkiiu •« are placed U the dltpoaal of the Joint LlbArj Com- 
mittee of CoDgreM IM 08 

CoBptetion and publioatioD of the Woiki of Thomai JeBenon, 
and paf of editor, &a ■ 54 99 

StJariea of the two elerki of the Coart of Clalmi 1,217 03 

Compeoa^oD of nine laboreTi in the loutheait eieondfe baild- 
ing 427 06 

To provide nitabte proCecilon fin the fuel conaDmed in the toath- 
eait BieentJTe ballding, io 2,000 00 

To enable the Seereiary of the Interior to pa; the luperintendent 
of the building oeeapied by the aaid Soaretarjr, fh>m Jauuaiy 
1, 1835, to Jane 3U, 1838, &« 700 00 

Labor In the Bureau of Navr Yard) and Dookt 380 00 

Labor in ihe Bareau of Couatnictiun, Equipment, and Bepdr.. 300 00 

lAboTintbeBurfwiof lledioineand Surgery 180 00 

Benewal of the fumaoei in the General Pon O tioe bnlUing, and 
repairing tb« mantle*, d^ . 100 00 

iCompenaa^n and mileage of nember* of tbe le^adve aetein- 

bl; of WJMunaia lertitor; 309 II 

6.011 66 



Tnblle building* fbr the Territory of Hew Hezioo 13 61 

Purehaae of a alte and the ereodon of ■ peoitendarr in New 

Uexioo 12 73 

FuUio building* at the teat of goTommeiit of tbe TerTitoi; of 

Oregon 18,444 26 

ExpoMet of Caking tbe oenni* of tbe Terricor; of Kanaa* 542 DO 

Eipcnae* of the eleodon of • delegac« to Che Houm of Repre- 

■entaliTeaoftheUniCadScateafrom theTerrltor; of Ean*aa. 177 BO 

CoDitruodtoi of publio bnildinga In the Tertitoij of Kanaa*.... 3 06 

Pajment of meaiengen for oonTejing to the leat of goTemmeot 

the Tote of elector* fiir Preddent and Vice Preaident of the 

UdtedSutea 3.844 00 

Canied&nrard «t8,0380S $6,0II«F 

,:_ .Google 



BEDEIPTS AND EXPEKDITCBES. 409 

1657-' A ffTATEMENT OP BALANCES. 

Brought fervftid 23,03808 6,011 66 

Light-bome on Noddle'a Ulmd, cntrauoa to tlie harlMi of Ch- 

tioe ud Braokirilte, Maine 3,603 27 

Two Knall ligbo to be placed oi) tbe pier at Burlinj{tan, Vl.-.. 60 78 

Fsnr imn tveUe-pouoder rhdi. &o , on biiird of ligbt-Tewel in 

Vlaefard wund, Uauaobiuetta 19S 41 

Uffht-houw upon a reef of roek« called the "So>aiid ngi," 

Hauaehuaetu 47,BI0 19 

Beaoonor (piodJe to mark the recfeitendiig from Bh>ok iilaod, 

Rhode litand 2,000 00 

Uchi-Tetiel to mail tbe long land iboal off Comfleld Point, 

Long Iilaad Sonnd 1 75 

Niae imall ligbEa at Whitehall, in place of tboae at preaeat kept 

np b; iteambaat oompanleii Lake Champlua, New York — 2,519 03 
Soiali light at tbe north end of Iile au Hntte, Lake ChampUin, 

New York 62 31 

Proteotioil and preaerratian of plen in the Hudson river npon 

which Hght* are placed S 93 

For Joo(<a' fiig-beUi, to be placed at 8an{jf Hook and Throgg'a 

Neck ligbtbonier, New York 54 

Beacnn-licbt on tbe pier at I'nrC Pann, Delaware bay. Delaware 406 3> 

Fog-Hgnalt at the Delaware Breakwater light-tiome, Delaware. 2U6 14 

Light-boiue on LoTe P<^t, mouth of Cbeltee river, Maryland.. 13, 997 69 
Li^t-hoiua on Dmm Point, eouanoe of Patuxent rirer, Ifary* 

land 3,814 B9 

Small beacoo-tig^t at or near the landing at Fort WaridngtOD, 

on tbe Potomac river, Maryland 119 02 

Buoyi and ■tabeain the Great Choptank river, Maryland 37 

Beaeon-tigbt OD the ahnre oppouCe Lyona Creek ahoal, Maryland 38 

Light-boute half tray between Cape Henry and Body'i laland 

ligh^b<Hl•B•, Vir^iriia 12,940 90 

Foriy'tbree bunya tut booyingtbs Kettle Boltomi, and complet- 
ing the buoyage of [be folomao river, dec , Virginia 13 36 

Uuoyi and ilake* in the Potomac river between Alexandria and 

Qeiirgelowa.i 1 07 

Buaya and itakna to be placed laCheiapeake hay at Fiaber- 

man'a and Pickett'* Hole, *c 2 89 

Fur Jonea' ii>H-beU*, to be placed at Aaateague and Cape Henry 

light^houaea, &c , Tirglnia 351 95 

Fog belt near ihe lightboaae at Old Point Comfort, Tirglaia. .. 68 % 
Beaeon-Iight at Naylor a Hole, Bappabannock river, Tlrgioia... 103 75 
Buoya to be placed in auitable placua la Uatcbipangi} bay, Vir- 
ginia 1 70 

Iron booy on Diamond ahoal. off Cape Hatteraa, Sanb Carolina 93 13 

Day-beacun or buoy ia St Helena aound. South Carolina 43 06 

tJhangiDg the preaeat light houae at Uape Uomain loto a firtt 

claaa aeacoaat light, by elefatiag, improving, Ao 3 37 

Iron buoya and day beaouna for I^bee bar and Savannah river, 

Georgia , 44 

[roa acrew pile llgbl-beaae to lie erected aa near to the entrance 

U tbe ehaoael of tbe HUaiaalppi Hver at the Southweat Paa* 

ai maybe found to be praciioabla, &o , Loulaiana 38,700 03 

Ljght-hooae to mark tbe channel of tho Orand paaa to Barataria 

bay, LiMtiaiana 9 19 

Porebaaeuf metaUie anrf-boata,&o.,to be located, oneat Uicb- 

igao dty, &o., &e 23 55 

Beaooo-light on the pier or breakwater at Hiobigan eity, Indl- 

•M 1.6S8 48 

Seeond claaa liglu-bnuie at Point Bonlta, CaliiiirDia 587 17 

Buoya in mark CommlMioo Ledge, Mare lalaod, California 3^ 40 

Ljght-bouae at Humboldt harbor, California. 6^ 66 

Light bouie 00 or near Point Loboa, &o , California 15,416 41 



Carried forward 1166,116 36 ^-M.U|,M 



410 BECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBES. 

18!>7-'o8. STA.TEI1BNT OP BALANCES. 

Broughtfonnrf 168,116 33 

Buop fa> mark middle gmtiiid Id Suiien bay, Cilifiinila 13 8>1 

Light-houu on PuDtadebi ItojrM, CBliromia 16,172 66 

Coaitractlnn of a light-bonM •cOr«aoeDt oitj, CalUiimi4,&ii... 19 49 

Bew)D Bt Humboldt harbor, mbt thenonh ijrit, CalUumia.... ' 3,4BU 79 

Llgbt-hiiuH< at TriniC; baf , Calllorsia 10,269 06 

Tiro light'fauuaei, ii Cape FlMtw^ acid New Diiii|{eoe«a, &e., 

Galifomia 4 32 

Llfe-boau and other meani of renderiDK atiiataoee, &«., co 

wreokod marioen, &o.,od the ooaic of the United BtatM, 

Jto JW 30 

To enable the Uf;'*'' houte Board to procure the nncewary ma- 

cbioer; for Miiing Babbage'a plan for dlitlDiulihiiig light* 4, 191 00 

Conatruction of a marine hoapitat at Cfaioago, Blhioii 181 33 

I'arobaie or oonitructioa of four addiUonal reteane cutt«n 391 68 

Subdividing 50 townabipi in California into lectioB*, at tIS per 

mUe 10 81 

Surrejiog and marking the boundar]' between the State* of Ua- 

■oarl and Iowa, A,c B,531 34 

SarreT of piltraia elaim* in Florida andec aet uf June 38, 1848, 

&,e ie.»3 74 

Beturrey and correction of 30 towiMblp* in Uiolit|;an, dcnated 

north of the firat oorreotiun line and weat of tbe meridian, Ae. S 60 

Bemne]' and eorreetioo of towiMhipi 44 to 48 north, incluiWe, 

of rangei IB, 19, and SO weit, ni»iated io tbe npper peniuaula 

ofMicbiuan, ic 251 40 

Running and marking the boundar; line between the United 

Stauti and Mexico, under treat; ofDeeember 3U, 1S53,A«.. 51 696 73 
Fumiihing (he room* of the new wing of Che Patent Offlee build- 
ing and providing tbe aaloon therein with eaaea for maddi--- 69 
PreierratioD of the collection* uf the Exploring Expedition, 

oompeniation of keeper*, laborer*, &c . 307 73 

Beat of lukable room* at Indianapolii, Indiana, for tbe preaerra- 

tton of record* and paper* of the aeveral land oflioea, &4) 160 00 

BeUefof JohnB. Bower* and laaae 8. Smith 16 01 



Compenutlon of aoootnl general to redde at Simnda. Japan.. 5,040 00 
To reimburse the oonailar agent at tbe Iiland of St- Thoma* 
tbe amount expended bj him in landing and (toriog the eargn 
of tbe barque Amelia, of New York, laden with anna,&.o-... 46 15 

Balarr of a oammiiaioner to the Bandwlob iiland* .-■■ 3i46!j 60 

Interpretera, guardi, and other ezpeuae* of the oosaulate at 

Beirut 1,000 00 

For boat* and other incideotal eipenae* oonneoted with the 
datle* ef tbe ooaimi*don8r, provided in tbe lat article of tbe 
redproeltf treat; with Qreat Britain 5,8S9 86 



Bemoval of the Choatawi from Hlidadpirf 31S 81 

Diafti, oheok*. and depoilu with Seldra, Widiera A Co. ta be 

relmbaraed when ooUeotad 2,037 96 

Compenaaiion and expeniei of oomoiltMe of Old Settler Party, 

their clerk*, An 866 00 

Bemoval and *ubri*tenoe of PottowaComie* of Indiana 76 

Preiervation of peace with Indiana of Califbmia .— 48 30 

Carried forward »,m BS «Sae,H8» 

,,:.. .,GVx>.;lc 



RECEIPTS AND Ei FENDITUBG8. 411 

]8E7->G8. STATEMENT OP BALANCES. 

BroDgbtbrward 2,677 A3 89fl,969 33 

Ezpenwiof tbeCtliriimift niperiDteadencf 3 % 

Cl«rk hira, offlee not, fuel, ua^onei;, &o.. for the tuperiB- 

tendeot of Jodiaii aflidra in OregoD 43 00 

2,JS1 68 



Fort Pike, LoniiUna 6 35 

DefeDiWe wurki ind bameki neu- Bulblo, New York— 9 W 

BarraekiatPortTairaoD 997 67 

Bepaln of Battery KenTenufl. Loalilooa...... ...... 1 16 

Beopening a commauication between Albemarle Sound, North 

CbtoIIdb, and (he PaeiQc ocean, formerly ooDitnictioa of ■ 

braakvat«r aorou Croatan SoDod, North Carolina 6,339 73 

BemoTiog rock cear tbe moDth of Seekoak rirer, Prondeooe 

harbor, Rhode lilocid 6S 01 

IinpTOT«ment of tbe harbor of Bridgeimrt, CcnnectlcDt 99 6(1 

IcnproTemept of River St. John, Florida 4&7 

Improientent of the Obio river, ioclndiag dam, Ae — 10 05 

ImpruTiDg the Ohio river, below the falls of the MiMlsiippi, and 

the Miuoari and Arkaowu river* 87 00 

ImproTement of the naviga^oD of the Colorado ilver ... 183 86 

Improvement of the harbor of OiWego, New York... ... 4 59 

Survey of TrinJtr river 1,617 11 

Surrey of the San Aattnio river 44 58 

Surrey of the harbor of SoiCuate 87 96 

Repairing pnblic work* at Little Egg harbor 91S 76 

Repairing the breakwater at Byaouii harbor 47 31 

Sarrey in Teferenoe to a breakwater at £a«t Denni*..... 1,492 43 

Survey of TaODton itver and New Bedford harbor 49 79 

PreaervatioD of Great Wood* Hole harbor 17 34 

Pay if 11 regimeau of volunteer* 9ii8 18 

Defence of San Fraooiaeo, California 13 16 

Breakwater of RiohmoDd Iiland harbor - 155 78 

Removing rcM^a, Ao., near Fall* utand, Cobaeock bay, Hdae.. 1, 126 49 

Bepalring the plen at KeDoebuBk, Maine 83 49 

Survey in reference to the conatruotion of a breakwater at the 

laland of Martinteua, Maine 837 70 

Survey of Eaat Paioagoala river 11 00 

Snrvey of Bavannih river up to Auguata 15 62 

Qovernment worka at Plymouth beach . I 66 

Survey of Shrewabnty river. New Jersey .. 6 84 

Conoeo^ng the waters of Indian river and Mosquito lagom.... 5 06 

Repairing tea wall at St. Augoitine, Florida 6 17 

Pay of four compaoiM of votnnteen called out by Lieutenant 

Cokmel WaaUogtoD 41,579 35 

Arrear«gea due Florida millda under Oeoeral Read 5,169 69 

Paynteot of rix eompanies o( Teia* voluDteers onder Qeneral 

Smith 49,278 25 

Payment of Doosted riBenen volanteers under Captain J. C 

" ■ * in 1816 98,158 78 



Dry doek at PbUadelphIa, Pennsylvania .. 



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412 RECEIPTB AND EXPENDITUBE8, 

ISGT-'&S. 8TATEHENT OF BALANCES. 



Civil ♦e.on ea 

IflMrlluMHii S79,SI3 8I 

TDtarooDMe iritb Ibreigo DMioni -. 13,737 51 

DeparRnent of tbe Interior B,7M $4 

HiUiarr Mubtlifament 2IU,746 H 

Nits] Htablubment 1,541 S 

513,975 01 



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RECEIPTS AND EXFEKDITUBES. 



OUTBTANDDTa WASBAHT8. 



Staiemeni of tuarranta drawn previously to June 30, 1858, in favor of 
atmdry individuals, on the treaeury of the United Statee, not placed 
to the credit of the Treasurer thai day. 



fbr pmpa- ngnrKl for lit frinU^ /cr titt hi »tman Sblk Cimgrtm. 
1858.— 8. J. Uegargee No. MO 





650 Tj 
,939 87 






S, 089 99 
















8.J^me,^gocn^,}mlgm,mdmtiL«y<^0»gm Rmtory. 








38 46 
600 00 




!te3.— W. WU«on 859 






541 42 


S>Ania,^go>anor,j„dga, a«d lamlary iff A'gfrnahi Tlrritory. 






500 00 
EOOOU 
500 00 














1,500 00 


aoh^rf !P„ai«r, judta. <md„>«iary 9f Wmhk^Um IM^ 


















300 00 
250 00 
440 SS 














990» 


SalarMi^rai>m>,r,j>^,mdmr>tarjf<firial,liFTibw^. 






1866— J. H«rtiiett Ho. 6600 

A. Cwnming 6609 1 


804 36 

1,189 06 


),966 4> 






Cbnriqpmf apauu t^ Origai Ttmlory, 


















Gkrrfedforwud 


116. 9«1 04 



414 RECEIPTS AND EIPENDITDBEB. 

OUTSTANDINQ WARIUIIT3. 

Brought fbrwvd.. 

SAay of umj/ortmunl if OrtgoK ntrUory. 

1658.— J. B. Zieber Vc. 0764 in part 

CUila in Uu offia </ lumi/er ffoural of Ortgm TtrTiltf$. 

1858 — J. 8. Zieber No. «7M in put 

Qjicf ml, l(t., cfia tf tmntgar gaunU cf Ortga^ TtrrHarj/. 

1858.— J. S. Ziebor No. 6764 in put 

Salary if mm^ar ganrJ y WaMngtaK Tbrtlary. 



Cltrii H cffUe qf tmiger gmeral if Waimghn nnitory, 

1868.-1. TlltMi No. BS31 in put 

Sait^ mmifargaKnrtcfiam WaMigbm nrrjtory^ 

1858.— J.TUUM N& 6931 input 

StJary if Nrvqw gaitrat qf Nta Mmot. 

1658.— W. Pellum No. 6638 in put 

Claii m i^a ^ nnryor jt n c ra t if Acw Make. 
1858.— W. Pelbun No. 6638 in put 

Suiary if turntj/vr gatmU if Odtfmmt. 

1868.— J. W. HudetiUe ..Mo. 6006 



GbrHmOiti^if liitpmtgergatrAif Oa^foniM. 

1858.— U BUNDi No. 6806 380 43 

J. W. HwideTme 6M5 4I>8 48 

LDool 6048 380 43 

J.B. MniiHio 6063 3«) 43 



Bat <f tffict if atrwyor gaitnd <f QdjfarT 
lese.-^. W. Hnderille No. 6906 in put 



1858.— J. B. Zlelwr No. 6784. »,700 00 

J.TilUin &931 in put 1,968 60 

W.PoIliini 6032 in pftrt 1,600 00 

J. W. HwderUle 6M& In put 6,966 68 



■•a,o.?P* 



SECEIPTS AKD EXPENDITURES. 





OUTBTANDma WA] 

Broaght 

h. Court 1^ Claim; k&^, 


1KANT8. 




»,664fi9 


&ian^,.fArm3„dgm,ft 


.aMMaatKii 


dtar.tK. 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,1100 uo 
I.OOOOO 

60 eo 

100 00 

141 31 

ISIiOO 

60 66 
50 00 
50 00 
63 50 
68 60 
68 60 








1868.^1. BlMkfort 


4I3T 






















DiMH 


Mon^ 1^ A, Omiid SUg^ 


6.000 00 






5ft 00 
50 00 

SO 00 
60 00 
41 31 

62 60 
6S60 

60 00 
6S 










1849.— T. C. Lron 

T.C.LjM 

T. CLpm 


■ 8639 

131 

8» 
















1SG8.— O. B. Hud 

Flo;d J. Walton.... 


MM 
























W. H.Famr 








^^'/ti>4 a«Ud Stale,. 




754 38 


IBG8.— O.W. CorilM 


60 00 
34 61 






Kt. 






of amrt, 1/ IA« ZMed Sta 

Ko. 34« 

3470 


84 61 


Szpmm. 

I»l.— B. T. RUni 

H. B.Hyior 


890 

OSS 
10 OJ 
39 80 
18 30 

8 15 
16 00 

3 16 

600 00 

64 00 

8, 146 00 

180 DO 
60 00 

sarao 

381 40 
8 10 
















H.J. Oilpia 














W.SoUUm 
















1867.-J. H.CimimiDgk... 














0. E.H«zid 

a.E.HMa 

B F. EwidtU 


5815 

6895 „ 

6188 


140 00 
4U OU 




J. S. Smith 
















Cirrtad forw»rd... 






13,706 86" 


U6,603]lll 



BECEIPTS AKD EXPENDITUBES. 
ODTSTANDINO WAKBUTTa 





Brought f>rv»rd«.. 




3,706 36 
5,(KX>0(> 
768 60 
163 96 
50 00 
113 66 

1I»9& 
196 00 
3!» 00 

33 00 
103 00 
3iW00 

SO 00 
7 47 


46, 603 26 




H""" 






















T. Cr«nney 










47 05 
33 80 
33 10 






























W. BtrooB , 


6950 














T. Dulel 


6995 
















Uti SlatH eoarU, vhtn Oue 
$500 jw annum. 

No. 4420 .... 




iD,eosn 

31SB4 


Payp>mt to dai, ,f Oe Vk 
1857.— P. Eohinwo 


it ImVim 



For Ok trtOim ff a ftmlatiary in Watliitigbm nrritory and paymmt for A 
1858.— F. MoMoUeo , No, )91 





n HOSPITAL nTABLUHMDn. 




















6266 885 00 


PvrOatfg aOtmiAtm 




1864.— R. C. thomptoa ... 




PunAoH^aiiU/DrftetnetiMitrantAm-Anw, 4r,<«Mi«n«, Ittalem^. 


1855.— 3. H. Fennliigtoa .. 


HO.S661 



fv paymait to B. Wooit and Itgd Tq>rmntathm iff S. SetAarg, dmamd, for 
KTBiea M K^traiaidmg Bemmctim i^ euHnm-lmuii aX Pitttbarg, Pmiaylvmia. 

1866.— H. Wood* No. 8630 



1864 —L. H. Trigg Ko W48 

1856.-0. H. HoiM 9743 

J. W.H»rrii 8634 

Carried htmtxA., 



|aM41 »«ft71 



BECEIPT8 AlfD EXPEKDITOKES. 417 

0UT8TAHDING WAHBANTS. 



-J. WkiM 

J. C. FMridm .. 
E. E. 8a»n'.... 



8,383 00 

4319 2M 00 

4071 1J2 0II 

46«. 94 IS 

4796 65 00 

51131 10 60 

510) 1,359 63 

6111 1,733 00 

6942 8,537 00 

6843 1,437 00 



Bounding duHtt pir ad, Jfsjr 6, 1B4S. 

1617.— Anarwr W»tton Ne. 6787 

P<^neRl </ dJEtmtiira or (tratniaob, hamtia or allaeaiKa. 

]%4,— J.W. Sobath No. 661 47 10 

1865— J. H. Deluge 4445 1B6 50 

1658.— L. P. Par*oiit 4732 7 911 

QiMrin&Co 61116 93 06 



1853.- T. 0, Leroy * Co No. 6930 

DRCLUIHD UBOBtBDUI. 

IB41.— H. P. Kbmio Mo. 9333 9 19 

1^8.— W. Chuies & Co 3643 48 92 

C DordJtCo 4711 20 31 

SffimiUag durita on /ortign mportid atrehanditt. 
1858.- Cwter 4. HcDonild So. ,955 



1856.— I.T.MIHer So. 6965 

RffiauEng dute, ftr «f Xanh SS, 1854, h atmd llit learthatnng tytlem, 

1M6.—F. Mitchell No. 8105 

Sffimduig ArfiM on fiah and ether arlielet vnitr Iht ne^rixils tnati/ tnlh Ortat 
Bnt-m. 

1855.— B. Beed No. 3033 101 47 

J. C. Bescher So. 3143 16 40 

H.Cue 3590 78 41 

C. Bruiblet 3616 3 OU 



Carried furward 1199 38 $141,416 IQ 



41q receipts i.XD EXPENDITUBES. 

1857-'56. OUTSTANDINQ WARBANTS. 

Brought fumrd 199 28 

0. BhIow No. 3632 10 IIO 

B.Todd 3044 7 00 

C. HiMC 3670 3 08 

C VmAllen 3686 13 87 

B.Hojt 3695 17 W 

G. EbiIow «m 7 87 

B.Aiwtio 4M0 16 00 

J. W. WeU« 4255 6 IX) 

W. Perry 4962 42 44 

J.HoEwen 4368 S 05 

J. Lunoareaox 6005 193 10 

L. P. Emd :.. 5172 24 60 

1856 J.GrtliMB 5633 3 30 

D Ttrboi,2d 5535 15 58 

J.JermK 6125 6 20 

8.WUer 6572 39 m 

H, Smith 6798 74 

D. U. SflTMtM 6794 4 65 

B, F. Hawkint 7965 94 46 

J. Bing 8738 at 

ISSe.—J. U.LodeT 4374 20 76 

B. M. Bart 4570 3 69 



Solaria of l^hl-lioutt ktiptrt and OMUdinft. 

11^8.— Paul Anun No. 4396 in part 315 00 

D. U. Supp 6329 in part 360 UO 

H.HaadoDald 5266 In part 2,U45 75 

J. B. Fufcar 6998 in part 39U 71 



M wilA Ml, lu&a-floMcg, uieti, t(c. 



Expttua ^ weighing, Ift,, and wi^ftying haa qf btaamt, 4^. 

1858.— Paul Ajmn No. 4396 in part 146 50 

H. Maodonald 5966 in part 796 48 

J. S. Parker 629»inpBrt 140 62 



CbnwHoiDnt <f 2^ pir etnl, to recA ti^mlendmtl at art atitled lAenle. 

1838.— PaalAroao No. 4396 in part W SO 

D. U. Supp Fi229ia part 9 OU 

J.B. FaAw &a98inp>rt..J 13 86 



1858.— W. H. FrMt Ho. 48E6 in part » 17 

Carried forward $149,056 14 



KECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITURES. 

IS57-'5e. OUTSTANDIKQ WAEHASTB. 

Brought forward...... .. 

Suppljfing with oil, tfc, liffil-hauatmVKPaeifieoiiail. 

i^S.— M. H. Fro«t No. 4856 in part 31 

H. Baebe 5039 ia part I,5C 

S^ain, indAnfal (^p«ua, 4w., of I^-Aouu m Hit Pae^fi! oooK. 

1838.— H. Bache No. 5039 Id part 

Saiimg, damn;, Ifc, ieaomi and biay* nt Ot Fadfie toal, 

less,— H. BscfaB No. 5106 Id pan 

Ligii-kmm mar PoiiU LiAot, OMfarnia. 

1858.— H. Itacho No. 5106 

Ught-haiae at Pmita de Im Sya. 

1858.— H. Baohe No. 6106 

Salarm of Htpeniting fruftdort cf ifaaw-wwrfi, 4«. 
1B53.— S. Hall No. 8759 in part 

IVdMUtiV' '"ffi, tfi of mpervUIng ituftdon of tfa u n-tww l i, t(e. 
1S53.— 8. HaU No. 8769 in part 



-J. WilKBtDi No. 7603 30 M 

J. JoDea 7604 30 83 

W. Hanton 7605 15 C7 

H. B.KBigh 8166 S 00 



Stdariet and oammMaot if rtgiAn and raacert ifpMk nomgt. 
lI.Ro«e No.9470 93 



SIO 9.1 

1867.— J. D. BarmBDt 4414 193 OU 

leSd.— E. P. RuhbII 4te9 1,750 UO 

W.W. Fambro 6449 41 

E.BaDMm 6949 850 00 

T C. HoDi 6091 500 00 

T.aHunt ertil 1,850 00 

1,750 00 

E. A-DMload 6509 1,750 00 

8.8. HonnoD 6515 1,036 UO 

J. Gutbri«,jr 6634 l.SSO 00 

A.OlTera t636 8,250 00 

8. Oarfleld 6636 1,350 00 

a J. Oraroreat 6639 460 00 

H. P. Dortey 66711 I,»i4 92 

D. Woodaon 6815 250 00 

J. P. Downer 6^11 4011 00 

W. J.lfartin 6819 1,350 00 



Carried forward $16,737 36 $160,005 91 



BECEIPTS AND EXFBKDITURBS. 



ODTSTANDraQ WABBANTS. 







16,737 90 

'G,240 00 
301 14 
434 66 

1.600 00 

1,000 no 

S. 0011 00 
80 68 
SS2I» 
460 00 
102 00 




W. Brindle 

W. Brindle 


6913 2,940 00 

6861 8,300 00 
















C.B.Mitcl.elI 


69*) 






















J.H.E.8piDUe... 


7015 


28, 147 C3 


^««.»/. 


ai?6oo 

100 1)0 
480 011 

95 00 
350 00 

65 40 
160 00 
536 DO 
100 00 
S9I00 

88 00 








D. WoodMD 

T.C.Hnnt 

W. Brindle 


6815 

6H8I 
















K.B, Holden 

CRMitebell 


6917 




W.T. Strgent 

M. Row 












No. 4414 


2,379 40 


iMidaUd 
1 EG7.— J. D. Beyment 


126 00 
160 00 
738 40 
70eM 
lAOO 

1 00 
300 00 
SSOOO 
400 00 
100 OO 
237 00 
2,000 00 
106 12 

900 
60 00 

100 00 

48 67 
60 46 
60 19 

49 41 
100 68 

48 57 

49 66 
IB 50 
97 62 
























































P.Baquetee 

W.BriDdle 






6S6I 




C. B.BCcchBll 

1837.— A. C. Hajrei &. Co. 


, 69*1 , 


6,302 34 




































1IJ44.—M. Brown 


7«aa 




1846,— W. H FlemmiDg... 


3619 





Carried foTWtrd.. 



»607 76 «ies,836 3 



HECEIPT8 AKD EXPEKDITURZS. 



OUTSTAHDINQ WABBANTS. 



18B7-'6e. 

Brought fbrw4rd.. 
IMS.— A. Bar, deeettwd No. 6S38 

aiiue eOfil 

W. Alliion 7IB8 

1847.^J. Madden 6941 

A. Colfey 9(132 

D. B. Cumningi 9037 

UoK. HoldeniMi 9392 

Tt.Boniot 521 

O.B.aoldib7&F.H.B0Bd 852 

N.Noggla ISn 

1848.— W. A- McKay WM 

D.Traul 6M0 

1S49.— T. JoDM 9M0 

1850.— B. Hud«petk 1679 

1853.^7. Brftiar 3919 

A. L. PotMr 4M6 

IB33.— a. W. SaiMibN 6469 

C.JooM esi8 

IBM.— H. E. AmM 7058 

P. M.CUfto« B499 

B. Hoptw 8579 

1856.— B. CooS 931* 

J. ViJwd n 

J.B.Daiw 163 

B BuDfieM 825 

G-Cook 465 

H. T.Pape 696 

H.Head 607 

J.PraOe 681 

1866.— U. PiefcaH 991 

J. Bum 1659 

J.H. mtoboM* 1615 

J.SHght 1661 

J.Turoer 1674 

L.8Upletaa 17C4 



1. Lwt.. 
F. L. Hall«y .. 
U. Stoddard.. 
C.B.I 
B. Brake.. 



O. H. Bmith.... 
J. E. Stranbe... 
L.B Cofer — 
E C01UU1U7.... 
J-A-GHbaoa.... 

H. BrMdea 

E.T. Saelar ... 
B.D.M«CaM.. 
Miurlbrria.. 

1867.— J. a Bja* 

B. P.BltaUe... 

J. H. OoMr 

H-C.Bo|» 



i«a.. 



2915... 

3(M«... 
3250... 



3440... 
M7S.. 
3474.. 
3514.. 



667 76 
50 W 
100 00 
950 
46 74 
8 96 
2J7 39 
50 U7 
99 71 
152 55 
4 69 
g8 9.> 
3 16 
7 11 
300 
1 06 

49 48 
19T 50 

50 00 
44 06 
60 00 

1 41 
7 67 
49 91 
60 00 

51 13 



S0 IS 
18 06 
4 99 
60 UO 
60V 
17 10 
497 
500 
8 76 
10 M 
100 00 
10 00 
21 14 
10 03 
too 00 
6 00 
MOO 
10 00 
92 93 
M6I 



60 00 
69 09 
60 00 
<8 66 
10 00 

14 09 
49 76 

15 00 
66 00 

100 00 



Caniel bmid.. 



BECEIPTS AMD EXPENDITUBES. 
OirraTANDIHO WABa&KTS. 





Brotigbt forward 


3,303 11 




....Ho. 3538 


SO 00 


J.SMDderi 


36IS. 


50 OO 








J.SDOwberger 

W.W.BrTM 






3fi7l 


9 89 














A.B»rrBlt 


.... 3T7i 


101 18 


G. W. BAw 


.... 3822 


50 OU 


D. BUwell 


3890 


20 00 














R-Campbdl 


.... 4049 


90 00 


T.Moora 


407R 


4 98 


J.Burd«B 


.... 4077 


SO OS 


B.Yoit ., 


4116 




T. BoutweU 


.... 4181 


n » 


J. W.Petty 


4acs 


B 44 


























H. BllliDg. 








9 99 


G.W.'RiigBr 

T. W. Fsraier 






4355 


7 60 


J.B Cddwdl 


— . 4371 


15 l» 


W.Aikor 


4402 


60 00 






5 20 




4602 


5 UO 


J.BontweU 


.... 4512 


9 97 


J. Cirtli 


4514 


3 2i 










4761 


4 9S 




















''■•■•«" 




»JB 




















5081 


60 0l> 












40 OO 


W.M.Butler 


..... 5084 


5 00 






s»w> 






7 02 


T.H.HBibe. , 




90 00 












10 00 








J. 8wig»T 


.... 51W 


10 10 


J.Bullen 


.... 6149 


80 00 


J.T.MorrU 


.... 5145 






.... 6146 


50 00 


A. Lee 


5149 




B. 8. Mill. 


5155 


6 00 


J.Keeby 


.— . 6169 


5 OO 








T. WigbKn 


.... 6378 


60 oa 















Curiedforvud t5,»33ST «105,e3& 3 



BECEIPT8 ASD EXPEKDITCEE3. 



OUTSTANDING WAREANTS. 



ie.^J. D«»ii 

W. J. Dwii 

E. D. Fogle 

H. Sulinikl 

J. W. LeirellHi.. 
D. C, Goodill. .. 

£.D.Kl[ider 

M. Bubert* 

U.T. UuuM.... 

B Toeker 

W Btareu 

J. Bueker 

J. CunroD 

G. W.Btucker... 
J. W. Wttenou . 

M-BTnk 

L.P.I*rUn.... 

T. H.Oa;toD 

O. Shoeauksr . .. 

8. 8. Taylor 

E.D-Cook 

D Sharp 

H. H Nunbenft 
T. C. WilK.li . ... 

H.LIppMt 

W. HafDSrd .... 
J. W. HmrkiD*.. 
D. L. Hauhswi . 
E.K.Pimiell. ... 

B B. Hteki 

H.H. 8cott 

HUaniD 

J. N. Suderi. .. 
J.N. 8aad«n.... 

R.R. RoQtt 

B. E. GkHrnr .... 
J.lvej 

fl.ED^ 

J. P. Week! .... 

J. RMberry 

J. W. loguMH .. 

A. L. Clioe 

W. C. WUmd - .. 
H. HalboUukd ... 

K.Btnoa 

H. E. Ban 

J. O.Smltb 

O. A. JeODinp... 
J. Etnuk 

T. Hajden 

J. H.8midi 

T. A. Hadem 

J.Booda 

J.J.Miaor 

F H-MaMan... 



Brought fuTward B, 933 97 195,83S 31 

'. ' 63:16.'.".".'".".'.'."."."'.* 19 91 

6349 100 00 

6353 37 24 

5380 5 00 

6385 4U 75 

6398 S 00 

5428 50 00 

6*51 10 00 

64S!i IbO 00 

6153 5 00 

5496 10 00 

5604 203 17 

5505 59 10 

5507 10(100 

5571 50 00 

5640 10 06 

6641 997 

6643 BOO 

5649 1998 

5650 50 05 

56G4 6980 

6671 10 00 

5680 S» 00 

6682 10 00 

5683 15 00 

56B4 1500 

56B8 20 90 

5690 28 48 

6698 10 00 

5699 30 06 

6702 10 39 

5707 31100 

6708 30 00 

6000 

5710 3000 

6712 7 46 

673^ 30 OU 

5739 5 0(1 

678IP 3J 07 

5820 50 00 

6629 50 00 

100 00 

6821 lOOIt 

6698 150 33 

5977 100 1» 

6980 100 00 

&I01 aooo 

61/72 200 00 

6 88 I 47 

6084 98«> 

6131 50 00 

6223 60 00 

6227 S 00 

6247 60 00 

6348 61 29 

6249 60 00 

6252 20 00 

6353 120 00 

6266 60 00 

6257 20 00 

Canlad fbrvatd |7,l!fi0 43 «I96,836 91 



424 



BECEIPTS AKD EXPENDITUBE8. 



OirrsTANDINQ W&BELiNTS. 



-S.8.MlldieU 


Brought forwMd 

. No. 6259 


7,S90 43 1X,8K3I 
120 00 


H.8.arMTeow 










J-HimptoB 

P.Tierney 

H.Weill 

B. BWwll 

J. B. DodKin 


6315 


10(1 0() 


6317 


10 10 








8 60 












































W.P.EilriJh 


.— 6307 


10 00 
































T. Qleena 
















O.McHabon 

W.H.D»T 


... 6406 


60 0» 




39 75 














C.H. Cooper 

J.BrewiMt 














W.PatUiMHi 










J.HodW 










A H. Monro 

W.Van Blyke 














J Uanh 

E. H. Smjth 

J.Goorgo 

SJ.PlaiDBor 

tAnn Jmw Heoiy... 




































lEO 00 














H 8 BloopM .""'.'. 
























.... 6761 


*0 OO 








W.aioane 

E. Fatten 


.... W73 

.... m* 

Curled forward 


38 W 

300 CO 




. lll.StKee 1196.836 31 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDSES. 



OUTSTABDmQ WASRUTl'S. 















D.M. Limbeth... 


, 6357 


522 








h H. Tubbi A. Wheeler- 6891 


5U 00 


A.P«ckerd 


6906 


60 74 












100 00 








J. N. Bloont 

w. B J»r 


6966 


»WG3 


















H. D. TirboDgh - . 
B. Nebbett 


700* 

70113 


38 97 
160 15 




, 7005 

VSo. 447 


60 10 


Ft 
1M9.—C. Hurra* 


100 00 








A.8inltb 




3500 














T. W.-npioD 

1B6I.— T, IdDiEui 


l«l 

, 3132 


8500 
100 00 






















S.„v^tfP«UicL«^ 




1S59.— A. U. Rudolph.. 









tinm m Katuai aiti Ntbraika. 











W. E. A. J. B. WhBBler .. 6^82 


30 80 











CtrriBdibmrd fJ,7IO 34 |S 15, 343 11 



426 BECEIPl'H MSD EXPEKDITUBES. 



ODTSTANDIHO WA&RA.MTS. 



Brought fbriwd.. 

1858.— J. A, Ti»T No. 6933 

J. F. Buttle 6824 

J. F. BuuUe 6987 

A.P. Willbarn 6973 

8. Archer 6974 

B. E. ClemeuM 6975 



1,369 2<i 
4,2M 48 

5,63a 78 

W. Strong 6542 981 24 

T.F Perry rfcW.HCirlaUJn 6551 2,435 30 

W. H. Carleton 6555 133 81) 



4154 


195 75 




4156 


... m 76 




6483 


57 50 








381 no 






2,091 39 


69M 


... 433 82 


6337 


... S,98t 30 


3,415 12 



1857.— D. F.Tfaotnpwtn No. 4154 

D. P. Thompaod 

1958.- D. P. Tbompwii 

D.Httbeni 

S.Tnux 

8. Tnux 



1857.— D. P. Thompion Ho. 4157 

SurBty of jmblk iandt and fHa^ land «Iiitmi m Oati/onua. 

1858.^1. Q. McDoMld No. 6599 

J. A TiT7 6616 1.174 51 

J. A. TiTj 



D. Beaumont .. 

B.C. MaUheirina.. 

C.H.Pool 

J. H. Winter 

K Twltchell 

B.Twiudoll 

£. TwitcheU 

8 C. WUtn 

H.A.Hiflej 

H.A.HigIey 















6656 




1,445 61 








6657 




216 75 


fi«5H 


257 14 




6*02 


... a,6en86 




ujue 


... 4,379 36 








7,206 38 








em 


... 1,376 29 




6717 


.... 602 86 





67I8-. 
6684.. 



Curled foTwtrd (16,486 61 |m,HT U 



61 |S44,S 



BECEIPTS AND EZPENDITUBES. 



OUTSTANDINO WARB&NT8. 











|«58.— W. J. LewU 






210 94 


A. P. Green 


6729 


35956 




A. P. OrMD 


67e3 


. 6,499 21 




A P OrMD 


68fi3 


. 2, 447 69 




A.P.ar«tia 


68M 


, 6,527 73 


15,834 39 




, 6760 




238 96 


B.W.Norm 


6769 


. 6.632 46 




E. W. SonU 


, 6781 


. 4,649 IS 


11,281 64 

















H.WMbingtoii 


ii«37 


3U4 !^ 
















4>^7 11 




H. W..biDgMn 


6853 


, 5,888 00 






6854 


, 16,694 73 




H.W«ihLDgton 


6805 


Be679 


24,579 01 














J.H. Brook* 


, 6371 


456 00 




J. H. Brook. 


6873 


345 00 




J. H. Brooln 


6873 


30Q 00 








456 00 




J.H. Brook* 


6901 


286 00 










2,483 00 
81,149 42 



Tn jur cat. fmd qf nA prcutdt ^ tmdt laU hy the UaUtd Statu, 
lA« State (f Miiiin^pi. 

1858.— W. MeWUUa No. 695S 

Roadt and tanelt m tie Stale qf Mimuigipi. 



Eipaun ^ taking Ht camu qT Ongon. 

I8H).— B. H. WUliuDMn No. S'.74 

Palnlfimd. 
1837.-6. Bradley No. 6191 



1834.- W. FergoMm.. 



Poj/meM ef JfimwH •olMtwri far A#r«>, Ice., lad. 



Carried forwtrd,. 



15 30 



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EECEIPrS AND EXPENDITDBES. 
OUTSTANDING WAEBANTa 















IB51.-J.T.NiinBry 


... 8*80 


14 80 














T.E.ElBKni 

ie6a— C Hill 


eu2 

6766 


XT 61) 
19 06 


J.P.Long 

E.P.P.TnB 














J. H-Lon^Td 

M.J. FloomBy 






9049 


118 90 


H. DodgliH 

E.T. Noluid 

L. Hilderbrind 

8.G, Csnthey 


9079 

... »m 

9081 

... 9092 


70 00 
46 40 
66 «0 
36 60 








E. HftTri. 


9278 


40 on 






































D.W. Wright 

W.P. Whiwley 




























































W.KlBg 

A.J.Gripb7 














W.J. HarriMD 

0. B. Coggbom 


MOl 

... 9WS 


61 40 
11 40 














J.Whiw 


... 9504 


12 10 








T.B.8oott 


... 9507 


37 10 








J. ciudr 














O.OrilMDt 


... 9561 


39 10 


























.... 13.111)46 t336.7I3 3E 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBES. 
0UT8TAHDIH0 WARRiSTS. 





Bi 






-L. BeamDer 


B. 9754 












C. FriBberK 












L. Cijoo 












J.GirlUh 




9764 




W.OoHoo , 






























Hemben of Cspt. FU 


■er'i 
wet' 






Hmben of W. H. On 






Q. W.CMtwi , 












117 608 60 

175 330 00 


aapt.Q.DeEoipouT'i 
Capt.G.DeKorpoiU7'< 


Co. 
Co. 






670 00 


J-BraAurr 


.... 


«W 


35 00 






3I« 


13! 24 







Eipeua tKomtd Ay Ihe prixaiBnal gtnenmat if Ongon in dffaday Oieptigie if At 
Ttntoy/roiN Ih* Coj/um Indian; tft. 

18o2— M. Huntw So. 7644 113 60 

D. Waldo 76c9 341 70 

J.Welih 7853 119 75 

A. T. Smith 7900 173 33 

J.BolK 91B9 168 35 

W. Bncktiuii 9191 87 00 

1&53.— REvan* 9241 IS 00 

T. a. Najlor 613 J3 58 

A.Eii|e[rit 738 34 30 

1854.— ». Hojt ; 2711...: 25 99 

Jame* AJiTT 349S 38 00 

W.K. KilboTD-. 3502 77 50 

AT Hedgei 3532 15 00 

L.AWo 3634 110 00 

J. W. Rat 3640 118 50 

1853.— N. B. JoQM 6199 8 50 

B. B-Bugora 5537 i7 00 

J. 8»iU>n 6552 27 00 

J. B Robb 6672 19 50 

J.W.Ladd 6670 64 75 

G.W, M*d 5673 6 60 

I8:.6 -Charlea Wright 6943 l:i 50 

John Herd 6944 12 08 

ISSa.— A.Job 9191 99 63 

D. JohuoD 9193 18 76 

8. Felbetow 9193 79 25 

T.B«tg« 9194 106 24 

a.W. Adatni 9195 U4 50 

;. Parklo 919tl 611 (Kl 



H.i 



215.. 



Carried forward f«,2SS 05 (315,785 26 

L .^ ,,Gooj;k' 



430 



EECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITUBE8. 
OUTBTANDINO WABBANT8. 



Brought lbnr«rd.. 

J858.— A.K Peck No. !il6 

H.PollMt 217 

D. Sboemaker 318 

M.H«le 297 



2,35!!^ 345,785 » 
ley 41 

255 13 



Aa for 0^ Tii^ t^ Ptfo- Parka; appromf Jvm «, 1B88. 
1658.— P. P«kor No. 277 

AHfarHuTiv^^ B. L. XcAlaandJ. If. EaitAam. 
185?.— B. L. MeAtee No. 890 

iKTEBOOnam with roBUQH kitiohi. 
Scoria i^ tnrdarm ^ Ugatimto Gn^BrUm, Ift. 



]»50.— Ok)m & Bntoo No. 34B4.. 

lasti J. C. Harriott 9247.. 

W, Tromdale 40.. 



Salarin tftuandt -/the IMii Sl/tia. 



1857— H.Wood No. 4388.. 

ie5a_8, Nickenoo 6082.. 

A.Derbei 6215.. 



Omliiigait c^iua ^ all Hit miniont al 
ie.— W. Troo»d«le No. 40 



StUrf aad pnlKliai qf 



1838.— J. Vaniey 

1837.— C. WbiIoo 

1843.— D.C Joy 

1844.— Onely A. Gould 

1846 — J. Palliter 

W. H. TanPhUter 

1647.— J. Soberta 

8. WaCti 

1648.— S. Eldridgs 

J. W«t 

1649.-J. K. Bogen 

1650.— S. Bogeri 

1852.— S. Foiter 

W.AllBU 

J.B. HonoQ 

1854.— D.Djer 

1%5— E.J. Ellboni 

W. C. RoDDel 

W. W. Do Forreat&Co.. 
1656.— J. W. Hugg, Jr 



4682.. 
6l6tt.. 

4088.. 
6099.. 



Carried forward.. 



10 on 
^ 0(1 
10 UO 
10 UO 
111 00 
10 00 
90 00 
10 00 

10 no 

») 00 
10 UO 
10 Wi 
31)00 
70 UO 
10 UO 
10 01) 
10 00 
20 OU 

in 1)0 
10 on 



|34U «) 9356,380 48 

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EECEIPTS ASD EXPENDITURES. 431 

I857-"58. ODTSTANDINa WAEBANTS. 

BroDfiht forward 340 00 336,380 48 

1853.— W.F. Morrill No. 9l99 10 00 

J. P»Kj 9900 30 00 

9, F. Ciudage 266 10 00 

M.Turner 311 20 00 



n Oepiillic idt, {aid ) 



4,348 G-3 
76 89 
4,326 51 

363, 119 30 



Parient ta viiiaat and otfhaiu, act af July 4, 1936. 



PennoMper ael of fUnutr^ 2, 1848. 



i'ranpHf per drt iff J*m» 7, 181IS. 
1856.~-<;. BMvdl No. 7700 



Imtatii Pauion*, (annjr.) 
1958.— r. H. Flagg No.742iii part .... 



Pauiatu pv aO cf Monk 18, 1818. 
1858.— F. H. Fligg No. 742 in part 



Peanoiit pamtt of Julg 21, 1848. 

-F. H. Flagg No. 743 in part 

Carried fumrd.. 



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BECEIFTS AND EXPENDITUBES. 



OUTSTANDINO WABRANTS. 















C. ThompwD :. -. 


... 1223 


10 60 


















65^ 
































A. Ftleooer and other* 

P.P. PuekBtt 

1854.— A. Oorioa 

C. Carpenter 

E. Scokei 


... 4585 

— 4793 


6 31 
I 60 


4930 

... 5014 


14 81) 
96 15 












16 00 








6482 
















I855.-8. E. W«tu , 
















J.Pnrdy uidC. Colsy- 
H. Purdy , 






































M.H«rvej«<oi 






... 735^ 


23 OG 












%66 


D. ArmttroDg 


--. 7465 


1 61 


















































W.Btapp 


... 834S 


2400 


























J. Hirtthorn 

A.Oriiid«»ff 














W.PKtenopXoI 


... 8924 


10 39 




CKriaaformrt 






tl.869 64 l364.GSi73 



BBOEIFTS Ain> EXPEITDrrnSES. 



433 



1857-'68. 


Brought fbrwud 

No 4 


1,869 61 364,539 73 


























T.TlnMBt 

Btlly Irlth «i >I. 


410 

416 


96 00 
46 47 
44 94 


J.J. udEliubethBnmi. 456 

Elinb«th HnnUr 471 

S. Bddwiii ud other* .... 606 


17 6(1 
4S3 

eso 


les&r-^nhBwenf 


613 


486 


E. J. A: W. HIggIn* . 
CathBtioa SehloHer . 


.:::: S.!™^;:::::::::; 


9769 
39 00 












91 00 














J. MeUinD 


861.. 


24 00 










867 


SI 00 








T.J.D. Songg. 


91« 


47 46 


J. B.Bflgelcke 

NMcjSforrow 

JueMcDaniel 


931 

918 

967 


80 96 
49 00 
39 00 
79 00 












96 00 












78 SS 








^zsr*'.'*'. 


?."' ^ 




C." 0. M^".'-.V.V '. 
B-Lyim 


.... IWM 


6 40 


.... 1080 

I03S 


63 00 
43 00 










SI 00 




1090 


7 78 










1094 


193 00 












91 00 








Ameli> L. F. Blum « 










H.Uooriag((<d 




















S6 00 














28 R 


13,917 29 864,698,73 





434 BECEIFT8 AHD EXPENDITUBE8. 

1867- '58. OUTBTANDINQ WARBAHT8. 

Biwighc fbmrd.. ...... . 

Iffi8.-J. Barbee No. 1156 

J. QldlBj 1160 6 77 

M.Hodmu 1161 tfl 00 

H.B. Elliott net 48 00 

H. B. Blwkbnin 1166 600 00 

J.Hlld^imud 1J67 39 00 



I8S6.— O. W. Armitrong No. 7699,{DiMit 7U OQ 

1868.— £. k. BtvlbR 713, In put 9 79 

J. W. NeMoiUi 911, InpMt 6,760 00 



1838— J. W. NMndtli No. 91I,iDpHt 

CbnUagmeu* ff hdum A p a i liM i i i . 



1858.— E. H. Stvlliift No. 713,lnput 

Tneidanlol apaum if DtHa^ irtiict n CJ^omia. 

ISse.— K.Qrv Ho. 769 , 

Ba3dtKgi at &t loanl agmati and rtpmt. 
1851.— A. J. T4n8bMi Ho.8«7 , 



Drqft; cAceb, drpsnU, t(t., m& Bidm, WUurt If Oi).,lo U rambumd to 
gmmmat tdim coBteltd. 

ie&8.— W. C.DKden H -d Ko. t«» 



tese.— J. Kirk No. 1037.. 



CwiMfonvd •368,777 75 

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KECEIPT8 AND EX^NDITUSEg. 



OnXSTANDINQ WASRiSTTO. 



mfilitstMaHtimAOipga. 


fV/aii«glr«Sy^Clvp«^qfLjl^Bv«i>'¥8vl«^S0 


I8H. 


B. P. Buhbnm 79M 


807 






f^fim^^ Inatg qT &pltmb«- 10, 1S&3, yM Ik Bagm Kxtr A 


■Km. 


riBra«...„.. ";.":.;::;: Ka.."..".'."'.";"'.; 








J. J. Prjer 688 


189 33 


G.H C.TotIot OW 


S3S43 






J.AudeNon %9 

E. BarmoDd 1131 


390 04 
1,093 9& 






IBSe.— J. B. Brawn No. 1112 


18,137 00 

10,000 00 

180 98 





SOiff ijf utrvwinf tMdnn qf Sarah Fan PtU, *n4m tf J«^ ^m '^ " "ool"- 



IK,7.— aKing^ot No.B7M.. 



Pag ifO)t cmy. 
1868.-8. Wood* No. 4336... 



18611.— L. TtwiBM No. 69D,liiput.. 

luei- H.H»jo« 4477 

186B.— A. k. GlbMO 7M6 

19-.7.— T.E. MUter 2477 

IB6().— John Duke 4347 

n. C. Strong 4633 

A J.Penj 4669 



800 00 

386 37 

600 00 

3,000 00 



•4. — J. K. Donou . 



..No. 3400 

CmtW fbmrd.. 



•0 00- 43^606 7 



436 



RECEIPTS ADD EXPE..Dn'USE8. 
OUTSTANDIItO WABEUTTS. 



BKMgktliwwud... 

1856.— P. T. 8w«iM N«.7T76,lnp«rt.. 

E.Bnrt 9B06 

laa— C.Lnnied 4498 



(/iKklenlal apvu<i f/On QuattrmaiUr'i d^ar^ml. 



DO 


438,605 71 


BOO 00 




100 00 




G60 00 






I.UODO 



Ammg and eju^fimg Oit —"Hm. 
1858.— 8. Colt No. 3610 



1B49.— Ii. Tbonua .... 

S. Q.O«orge... 

L. Metdf. 

1960.— W. H. Coll^u 

B.Abbej 

1867.-0. W.Bue(luro,a&<»SijtlMr 
]»8.— A. J. Fdii 



No. 690, In put.. 

1600 

1666 

1973 



I eo 

30 DO 
3 96 
72 00 
10S83 
37 09 
1,760 00 



1666.— P. T. SwalM No. 7776,liipHt.... 



1861.— I. Powell N0.47B9. 











6170 




















Dr.H.M.W«*iD , 


.. 4019 


...... IMM 
















BECEIPTS JLHD EXPENDITDBES. 437 

i667-*5B. oirrsTAirDnio WAKBANTS. 

Broughtfitnmd 4&7,473 St 

1855,— J. A. LogM Ho, 66U& 19 71 

PaynaaofdaimtadJiiJicaltdloinamledTi/laitatmdtrCbtoHdJ. C. F^immtmlSte. 

IBSl.'J. F.Long No. 3461. 181 71 

1865.— M. A. Den 6475 1,448 13 

J. CrprUno 6615 118 DO 

A.Hutliiei 6616 133 UO 

8. KBUey 6617 150 (10 

M.NyB 6618 91 OU 

J.TUM 6H19 50 00 

H. A.OWSO 6630 76 00 

W. Dagl«r 6768...^ 50(H) 

2,2*6 86 

Pasmmt tf maaitd nfmm Mtdcr CUowf iiim. C. FUmaU. 

1858— A. SteMBM Ko.8036 197 M 



18S3.^J. Emh No. 8961 164 4(1 

l&64.--^. KdovIm 2306 II 75 

1666.— J. L. MoKohi 4734 Ifi 00 



B. W«lker «I0 500 00 

1850.— A. BobioMB 3638 15 00 

RA.PIeroe »4I 30 60 

1856.— T. «oD»iu.ld 3BJ9 42 00 

C. Pritohwd 4791 89 00 

1856.— J. HoSpftddOD 736* 8 71 



1868,- B.H.K.Wlil(ele7 Vo. 4079, In put 

fbrt aUbri FeiKL 
1868.- Z.B.Towor Vo. 4667 , 

AM»e(t» T^fmd aomgfyr itpamt weurrti, Ift- 



3 00 
600 
7 00 



CanM fbnnrd 1491,001 80 

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0DT8TANDING WARRANTS. 





Bnm^i forward. . 




1863 M.P.Pwki 




IBM— P.PaynB 

1855^1. H.ForD«y 

JW«. M.L.D«Tii 


1658 

, 7a02 




370 OU 

30 00 


























SOO 00 
160 00 














350 00 


D.RaulM 








W.aWood 






J-Q-TUfcrd 










3S76.T— . . 














A E. StMQ 






















B.D.FonTtho 

T.PInk , 


, 4489 


1,800 00 












No. 43*5 






1855.— W.F.TbompwB.., 


300 00 












61)4 





IWOO 


J. Fridge 
















Cooper St. Higbee... 














J. RoblDioii 








S. Wllliimi 

FriedmuxLWelU., 

J-Mwre.... 


9060 

9061 

IS 

..... 14 


:::::::: 


84 00 
183 00 
IS 00 
IS 00 










VPsyne 

E.PbiUlp* 


3614 





M 00 










Jowph Wuu 














L.Iibbey 

























For payjKtnt qf th eml t^tmi qf (A< Tbrilory f/" iVcu Jl 

1854— R.Di])Mii No. 3011 

J. W.Led 3033 

C. Cooiiell 3089 

1666.— JumOtoT* 4633 

Carried forward 



03 6oo,Baasu 
Goo.;" 



BBCEIPT8 AND EXPEHDrTUBES. 439 

ISSr-ie. OUTBTANDINO WASE&19T8. 

BroQghtlbnrHd 590 03 506,968 80 

ie55.^l(uii Croi B*n No. 4834 e»n 

0S9 78 

Arrtangm prior to Julf I, 1816. 

1851.— W. J. Dabnej Ho. 5127 14 M 

1B66.— C. CWel 8TBT 98 80 

1858,— WUlird Btuhope 4168 164 70 

Hn. P. Heroer 4109 37 95 

J.CmIm 4360 11 76 

J. aHallet 4488 6 40 

344 57 

R^i^o/ A. 0. Brym md Mtn. 
1851.^1. EieUrdwo Ho. 4059 70 00 



aHirfif WUtmatA B. Smbrtei mdeilm. 



1857.— J. Beuier No. 1304.. 

I858.— B. W. Jenkbu, (deoMMd) 8656... 

I%7.— C. C. PrenCUi V^t.. 

1858.— W. B. Seftbrook 4458... 



StU^ qf DanpiS PiUman, adi Avgud IS, 1B56, md Jm* 1, 1BS8. 

1858.— DempMr Pittaun No. 443S 

Bdkfi^ JoFrn RmoflL, act 1A Am, 1856. 

1856.— June* Hamph Ho. 4477 

AMweJiv «t«HiiAM M SmoMuA riMt. 

1866.— J. F. OUmw No. 439S, in part 

Ar( Aebttfi, Anryia. 

1868.— J. F. GUnwr No. 4305, ia put 

Sun^ ^ tiartlmn «d nortbg^Ani Um. 
ISea—JuDM KMRiey No. 4564 



lUi No. 3136 101 60 

Hra.J. KSurto 3145,lnp«rt £74 14 

JohnConidla S388 71 60 

I.E. Who S7W 47,000 00 



47,447 34 



Curied fbrwaid $562, Oil 60 



440 EECEIPTS AND EXraNDITDBES. 

I8S7-'68. ODTSTANDINO WABRABTS. 

Bnsghtfcnrara 508,04160 

OnUHj/tKltqiauiK/llumns. 

18&8.— 8. J. Donglui No. 3GTS SCO OO 

All/ y widora, «e. , y IkN ta M Ik JOav- 

186&— Hr» J. B. Durt« Ko. 314G, input SW OB 

$563,531 60 

SECAFITULATION. 

CW, iDtioellknaau, foreign interooorw, md pnblia debt 363, 116 30 

DeputffleDt of tbn loterior 46|70l S9 

HiUur; etUblUhmeot 10(1, 4SI 17 

N»kl eMablkhment 48,SI3S W 



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CERTAIN APPROPRIATIONS MADE BY UW 



THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1858, 



BALANCES OF POIVBS APPBOPBrATIOSS OHBZrEtrDKO OR THB LAST DAT W JUKI, 1SR[ 



7HE BIFESDITVBBS 0P THB UNITED STATES 

Jn tke jiacal year ending June 30, 1868, on warravia issued by the 

Secretary of the Treasury, and unexpended batancea 

of approfnHationa tohich are to be carried 

to the next annual etaiement. 



Von. — The Sgtuei In the colDmng of tb]* rtatemeot headed " Refereacei to mett" refer 
to the particniAr acti of appropriation (In the next pages) which KQthorlie the eipeodttare 
of the aumi placed on tho same llnea with them In the colnmoi headed " AppropriatioDi 
for the flK:al year ending Jnoe 30, 1858." 



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Oeneral statement of certain appropriations made by law for the JUcal 
year ending June 30, 1858, including the balances of former appro- 
priationa unexpended on the last day of June, 1867 ; exhibiting also 
the expenditures of the United States in the jiacal year ending June 
30, 1858, on warrants issued by the Secretary of tfie Treamry, and 
unerpended balances of appropriations which are to be carried to the 
next annual statement. 



Apr. U, 1T92 
Joir 16, 1T9S 
tUr 3, 1801 



Feb. », IS IS 
Uu. 1, 181T 

Hu. 3, 18» 
Mu. e, 1820 

Dec 12, 1820 



Jan. 12, 1825 
Feb. 25, 1815 
June 23, 1836 



June 23, 1836 



Jiilr «, 183S 
Julj 4, 1336 



llmr. 3, 1SS9 
Jtiljr 21, IStO 



An ftct coDcerniog congiili aod vlca coninlii. 

An act fiir the relief of sick and db&bled teamen. 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act foi the relief of sick anil 

diaabled Beamen," and fur other purposes. 
An act to enable the people of the Territorr of Orleans to form m 

constitution and Sttte government, and for the admission of such 

State into the Union on an equal faoticif with the original StotM, 

and for other purposes. 
An act to antborize the issuing of tressuij notes for the service of 

the fear tSlS. 
Ad act to enable the people of the western part of KInisripid Terri- 

torr to form a constitution and BUite govemmeat. Mid tor tb« 

ndmisrion of such State into the Uotoa on ao eqaol footlog vilh 

the original States. 
An act to enable the people of Alabama Territoiy to form a consti- 
tution anl State gOTemment. andfor tbeodmissiou of »nch Slate 

Into the DnloD on an equal footing with the original t4tat«s. 
An act to authorise the people of Uissourt Territor; to form a cod- 

stitutloD and State goveroment, and fut the admiMion of sncb 

Htato into the Dnion on an equal footing with the original States, 

and to prohibit slaTery in certain Territories. 
An act to provide for paj^ing to the State of niinols three per cenL 

of the net proceeds arlsiag from the sale of tha public lands within 

tha same, 
t Acts atithoridng repajrments for lands errooeond; sold. 
An act supplementary to the act entitled " An act fur the admission 

of the State of Arkansas into the Uu ion, and to provide for th* 

due execution of the laws of the United States within the vme," . 

and for other purposes. 
An act Bnpplementarj to the act entitled " An act to establish the 

northern boundary line of the State of Oblo, and to provide for 

the admisuon of the Stite of Hicblgoniato the Union on cert^n 

conditions," 
An act to provide for the progren of the useful arta, and to npeal 

all acta and parts of acts made heretofore for that pnrpoae. 
An act to carry into eSent fn the States of Alabama and Hiads;ip[d 

the existing compacts with those State* in regard to the five per 

cent, fuud and school reservations. 
An act making fartherappiopriationg for the year 1S3T, (IdsectioB) 
An act to provide for the support of the Uilltarj Academjr of the 

United States, and for other purposes, (3d section ) 
An act making appropriations for the dvil and diplomatic expenaes 

of the government, and for other purposas, for the year 1839. 
An act for the relief of Cbsstelain and Povert, and for other pnr- 

poses, (Ttb section.) 

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RECEIPTS AND EZPENDITUBE8. 
STATEMENT— Continaed. 



An act to appropriate the proceedi of the tela of public Isndi and 

to gnnt pre-emption lighti. 
Ad act In relation to luidB lold In the Qreensburg (late St. Hslena) 

dbtrlct, in the Blate of Louleiana, and authort^ng the resurvej 

of ceit&in land* in «atd district. 
Ad act directing the dUpoeitiun of certain anclalmed goods, narea, 

and merchandiM, Mlaed for being illegallj imported into the 

United State*. 
An act nipplemental to the uct for the adtoittlon of Ibe States of 

Iowa and Florida Into the Union. 
An act to anthoriie the issue of treasury notes and a loan. 
An act to provide for the better orgaoliatlon of the treasury, and 

for the collection, eafe keeplog, traotfer, and disbunemont of the 

An act to refund to certain penoni an excess of daty exacted on 

Importation of fbrelgn merchandise. 
An act to ntabligh the Smithsonian Institution for the Increase and 

diCTuBlon of knowlet^e among men. 
An act foi the admission of the State of Iowa into the Union. 
An act aothoiiiing the inue irf treaiury notes, a loan, and for other 

parpoaeB. 
An act to proTide for the payment of any interest falling due on tho 

public debt. 
An act to eetabUsb certain poet routes, and for other purposes, (12th 

oection.) 
An act to preTcnt the importation of adulterated and spurious 

drug! and medicine*. 
An act making appropriations tbr the current and contingent ei- 

pensea of the Indian department, and tor fnlQIlltig treaty Btipuliv- 

tions with Tarious Indian tdbos, fur the year eadlog June SO, 

1849, and for other pnrpoeea, (4Ch section.) 
An act declaratory of tho act for the admiee'on of Iowa into the 

An act requiring all moneys receivable from customg, and from all 
other sources, to be paid immediately into the treasury, witbout 
abatement or reduction, and for other parpoeea 

Ad act to provide for the payment of horses nod other property lost 
or destroyed in the military service of the United States. 

A joint reeolutioa limiting the expenses of collecting the revenue 
from cosiome for the present fiscal year. 

An act proposing to the State of Texas the eBtabtisbment of her 
Dortbetn and western boandaries, the relinquishment by s^d 
State of all territory claimed by her exterior lo said boundaries, 
and of all claims against the United States; and to establish a 
territorial government fbr New Mexico. 

An act to amend and supplementary to the act entitled "An act 
respecting fugitives from justice, and persons escaping from the 
service of their masters," approved Feb. 12, 1793, (9th section.) 

An act to create additional ootlectlon districts In the State of Cali- 
fornia, and to chongtt the existing districts therein, and to modify 
the existing ooliecUon districts in the United States. (4th section.) 

An act to reduce and modify the rates of postage in the United 
Slates, and for othrr purposes, (Sth section.) 

An act making approprlatims for the naval service for the year 
ending June 30, lSb3. 

An act to regulate the fees and ooats to be allowed clerks, manhals, 
and attorneys of the circuit and district courts oi the United 
States, and fbr other puriMses. ,^ . 



Sept 


4 


1841 


Aeg. 


29 


1842 


Apr. 


2 


1844 


Har. 


3 


IB45 


July 
Aug. 


22 
6 


1846 
1848 


Aug. 


8 


IB46 


Aug. 


10 


1846 


Dec 28 

Jon. 28 


1846 
184T 


Feb. 


» 


1847 


Har. 


s 


1847 


June 


26 


1848 


July 


29 


1848 


Ifor 


2 


1849 


Har. 


3 


1B49 


Hot. 


3 


tS49 


Feb. 


14 


18S0 


Sept 


9 


1B5D 


SepL 


18 


185D 


Sept. 


28 


1860 


Hot. 


3 


X861 


Aug. 31 


1862 


Feb. 


16 


1B63 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENSITUSEB. 

STATEMENT— C3ontii»ied. 



Uu. 


S, 18S3 


HftT. 


18, 1894 


Aug 


6, 1854 


Mar. 


2, 1856 


Uu. 


:. 1856 


Uar. 


3, 186S 


Mbt. 


3, 1SS6 


Aug 


18, 18S6 


Aug. 


18, le&e 


Jul 


21, 1857 


Feb 


7, 1867 


Feb. 


S, 18il7 


FeU 


16, 1767 


Feb 


56, 1857 


Mar. 


3, 1857 


Mw. 


3. 1857 


Hu. 


3, 1857 


Mu. 


3, 1867 


Hu. 


a. 1857 


D«. 
Feb. 


2S, 18.^7 
18, 1868 



Mar. 11, IG&S 



Ad act making oppropiiatiou for tlie dvil an I diplomatic cipnua 
of the governmeat for the jear ending June 30, 1854, (Stb kc- 
tion) 

An net making approprlatlooa f jt the naral service for the jtm end- 
ing June 30, 1854. 

Ao act to extend the warehoiMiag Bfitem by wtablisblng private 
and banded trarehoom, and for otber parpneea, (Hth tectton.) 

Ad act making appropriaUont for the aetvioe of the Post Office De- 
partment daring the fiscal 7«>t ending June 30, 1855, (4tb kc- 
tion.) 

An act to amend "An act to carry Into effect a tnaty betwewi the 
United 6tete« and Qreat Britain," idgnsd on the 5th Jane, 18U, 
and approved Aogtut 6, 1854. 

An act for the relief of purchaaen and locaton of iwamp and ovet- 
fiowed landa. 

An act to Improve the lawB of the IMstrict of Calnmbia, and te 
codify the same. 

An act making appro priatloni for the civil and diplomatic expense* 
of the goTemment for the year ending June SO, 1836, and {<x 
other purpoacH, 

An act making appropriationa for certain dvll expente* of the got- 
ernment for the ynar ending June SO, 1867, (19th section.) 

An act to contlnua the land othce at TincenDet, Indiana, and to 
aacertain and adjust the titles to certain lands to the Statoa of In- 
diana and Illinois, formerly included within the Viaoenoes land 
district, (»th section.) 

An act to proc ire a bust In marble of the lat« Chief Justice Joba 
Bntledge. 

An act making appropriations for the consular and diplomatic ex- 
penses of the government for the year ending June 30, 1858. 

An act to authorise the President of the United States to cauae to 
be procured, by porcbase or otberwlne, a niitable steamer as a 

An act to tocorporate the Columbia Inatltntlon for the instruction 
of the de^, dumb, and blind, (4th senUon ) 

A resolution to prevent the oounterfeitiog of the coin:i of the Uidtel 
Statu 

An act making appropriations for the aerrice of the Post Offioa De- 
partment during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868. 

An act making ^iproprlatlons for the legislative, executive, and ju- 
dicial expenses of the government for the year ending Jane 3D, 
1868. 

An act making appropriations for certidn dvll expenses of the gov- 
erament for the year ending June 30, 1868. 

An act to eatablish an additional land district in the State of Wi«- 

An act to oonsiruct a building for a custom-honse and post ^ce at 
Perth Amboy, New Jersey. 

An act to authorise the Issue of traasnry notea. 

A Joint resolution making an appropriation for the payment of ex- 
pense! of Investigating committees of the House of BepreMn tati<r««. 

An act to enable the President of the United States to fnlfit the 
stipulations onntoined In tbe third and sixth articles of the treaty 
between the United SUtes and the king of Denmark, of the lllh 
April. 1867, for tbe dl scon tin nance of the bunnd duet. 

An act to appropriate luaaey for paper, printing, binding, and en- 
graring, ordered by the ^nate and Houae of Itepresentatlres of 
tbe 33d and 31th Congresses, and whitdi has been executed. 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITnilES. 
STATEMENT— C3ontinaed. 



67 


M«T * 


1858 


the fit«a] rear ending June 30, 1868. 


68 


Hftr 24 


1858 


ployed by the aommltteos of the Hoiue of Bepresentatlviis. 


69 


Mvao 


185B 


nury 16, 1867. 


70 


M.y29 


185B 




Tl 


Jmie 2 


1858 


An Bct making approprUtlon* for the legielatlTB, oiecuKfe and Ju- 
dicial expenMB of the government for the year ending Jnne SO, 

1859. 


7! 


Jane 12 


1B5B 








emment for the year e.iding June 30, 1869. 




Frb. 10 


ISS5 


An act for the relief of E J McLane. 




Jal,30 


183 6 


Bchoonera Wanderer, Mary, Olive Branch, Two Brothers, wid 
Brothera. 




Jan. 26 


1867 


Ad act for the relief of John H. Home. 




Feb. 21 


1B87 


An act for the relief of the heirs of Col. John Hardin. 




iUt. 2 


1B5T 


An act for the relief of the hein of Samuel R. Thurston, late dele- 
gate from Oregon. 




Hu. 3 


1857 


Wray, deoeoBed. 




ME>r. S 


1867 


An act for the relief of George Chorpennlng, Jr. 


73 


Mar. 16 


1868 


An act for the relief of John Hamilton. 


U>T 1 


1859 






Jnoe 1 


1858 


An act for the relief of Snfoi Dwlnel. 




Jdds 1 


1858 


An act for the relief of Jonat P. Keller. 




jQae 1 


1858 


An act for the relief of Geoige A. O'Srieo. 




Jane 5 


1868 


An act for the relief of D. 0. Mcklnwo. 




June 3 


185S 


An act for the relief of Samuel W. Turner and Alvin A. Turner. 




Jnne 3 


1868 


ard D. Rowlaad, deceased. 




Jooe S 


leSB 






;aaa G 


185B 


An act for the relief of Benjamla L. HcAtee and J. K. EaBtham, of 
Lontevllle. Ky. 




Jane S 


1808 


An act for the relief of Peter Fwker. 



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EECfilPTS AND BIPENDITCEE8. 



Spedflc obJecU of approprUtJoD. 


1 

S 


|i 

it 

|i 

10,871 66 
36, SM 60 
1,311 31 

443 4- 


11 
si 

1 




69 
S9 

G9 

S9,ST 
69 


333,260 oe 

1,248,760 00; 

79,674 00 

»4,Sll 00 
12,000 00 


annual nalwy In the service of the benute 

otheni receiTing at) aonnal «alaiy in the iervice 






1,000 00 




69 

69 
69.71 
59,7) 

69 

69 

88,72 
69 

69 

69, S7 
69,67 


20,000 00- 

3,000 oo; 

90,000 OOl 










Ulhographinfi; and enfTBTlng for the benata 






36,966 SO 
44,964 BO 




4,043 62 








16,000 00 
S,600 00 


Fnel. oil, and candles for the Hoom of BepTeaen- 


1,040 43 


Honea, cuniagea, luid saddle hones for the Home 






16,600 00 


600 00 


Draa^htamao and clerks upon th« m^» of public 


69,67 
69 


6,000 0« 
6,890 00; 


1, 762 )9 

1S6 30 

40 






1 


To ripplj defldeocies in the appropriation for print- 










19,000 00 
46 60 
600 00 

2.000 oa 




To enable the Clerk to purchaoe the Statutes at 
Large for the use of the memben of the Hoiue 






To enable the Clerk of the Home of Bepreeenta- 
















Carried forward 




$79,762 4C 


1, 887,364 H. 



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BECE1PT8 AKD EZPENDITDBES. 



1 




.m 

1! 


Is 

1 


as 
11 


II 
|l 


344,121 M 
l,285,«»8 60 




344, 131 6S 

1,285,696 50 

81,016 32 

84.664 48 
12,000 00 

1,000 00 
20,000 DO 

3, 000 DO 
90,000 00 
90,000 00 

36,966 20 

49,008 42 

191,669 M 
16,000 00 

4.640 43 

T,ODO 00 

16,500 00 

600 00 

5, 000 DO 

7.641 2B 

166 30 
40 


330,000 00 

1,160,214 00 

78,722 69 

80, 741 48 
12,000 00 

1,000 00 
30,000 00 

3, 000 00 
60,000 00 
45,D00 00 

36,966 20 

39,812 00 

223,394 39 
16,000 00 

4,640 43 

7,000 00 
16,600 00 


























12,000 00 














20,000 00 
8,000 00 
90,000 00 
00,000 00 

36,965 2* 
49,008 42 
292, SS9 64 
























46,000 00 
























4,640 43 














15,500 0(1 


















3,000 00 
7,642 29 

266 SO 




1,000 00 




















40 












19,000 00 




19,000 00 

46 60 

500 00 

2,000 00 






19, too 00 






7 DO 
60 00 
110 00 










2,000 00 














2,4C7,117 04 




2,467,117 04 


1,133,887 IS 


17T 40 


333,061 86 



448 



BECEIPT8 AND EXPEKDITDBES. 



STATEMENT 



Specific objin^ of ^ipropristtoa. 



Brought forward 

Famiture, repsln, &c.. for Hodm of Rflprcsentatlvcs. 
Furniture for the Spraker's room, committee re 

clerks' officeH. Ac 

Furnltuni for rommlttee rooou In ths aoath wing 

of the eiteoBioD of the Cajritol , 

Eafrr&ving, electrutyplag, and llthographiDg for 

tbe House of KepresentatiTes ... 

PageB and mail bofs for tbe Houne of Kepraent*- 

Folding documeats, iDcludlag pay of folders, fold- 
fUfC-papcr, Ac., for Hotueof Represeutativea 

Biodiiig docnmeDlB for theEonte of RepresentatlTeB. 

BepoTting and publisblag tbe proceedings of the 
House of RcpreBenUtives, (Deluding the ttstutl 
addilioual compentatlon to tbe reporters, &c 

For pafmeuls that have been cr may be made 
untlar tlie allowances authorixed by the Honteof 
Representatives during the Stth Congress 

Clerks on land maps, clerks to committees, aad t, 
t^mporaTj clerk in the office of the Cletk of the 
Honse of Bepresentatlvea . 

Engraving maps, &c., of surveys for tbe PadSc 
railroad . 

Siattonery for the House of Bepreseatatives 

Miscellaneous iUms for tbe House of Bepraenta- 

Compensation of stenographers employed by tbe 
committees of the House of Bepresentativei 

To pay the draughtanian employed by the Commit- 
tee on Public Qroauds and Buildings of the tiro 
housM of Congress for drawing, &c , furnished, 
and for inddenUI expenses defrayed by him, &c- 

Principal and andetant libnrlana and messengera... 

Purchaae of law books for ths IJbrary of Congress.. 

Parcbase of books for the Library of Congress 

For the donation and exchange of such docnmenta 
and pnbllcatlonB as are placed at the disposal of 
the Joint IJbrary Committee of Congress 

Contingent eipeasea of the Ubrary of Congr«B8.. 

Compensation of Hreman and coal for the fumacei 
to warm tbe IJbrary of Congrem 

For paper, printing, and binding a complete ci 
logue of the Library of Congress. 

Expenses of procuring apparatus for warming the 
Ubrary of Congress and providing fuel, &o...... . 

For U coplea of the Congressional Olohe and Ap- 
pendix for each member and delegate of the Ist 
•omIou Sfttb CoDgrev 

CkRled foTWHd . . . , 



is 

li 

ii 



138 14 

>5,o«a 00 



S9,67 . 
B9,B4, . 



8,SS0 00 
4B, 200 00 



S1«,B31 eej S,00&.8M U 



BECEIFTB AND EXPENDTTUBSa. 



449 



S3 



30,000 
136 14 
220,000 
8,560 00 



97,000 
4,116 33 



9,000 
3,500 
6,000 00 



GOO 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 

34,704 DO 



30,000 00 

136 U 

202,794 eo 

S,680 00 



97, 000 00 
4, 116 33 



9,000 00 
1, GOO 00 
4,fi00 00 



II 
1-5 - 



•3,SSt,501 ZT S1S6 0B^3,332,6BT 35«i,9IH,138 61 

29 B 



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RECEIPTS ABD EXPEMDITUBES. 



STATEHEKT 



Spodfic objecti of kppropilHtkm. 



Brought forwaid 

KndlDg 24 copies of the CongrenioDeJ Qlobe vai 
AppeDdii for each momber, Ac. , of the let aeedon 
34thCoagmB 

Binding 24 copies of the CoDgrenlona] Globe uid 
Appendix for each nemb«t, kc, , of the 2d Beedon 
Wth Congrow - - 

Binding 24 copies of the Congressional Globe and 
Appendix fot each member, &c., Ot the lit oegAoa 
35th Conftrem - - 

For 100 capiej of the CongTesslonal Olobu and Ap- 
pendix, and for binding the game, for lit and 2d 
■enioDi of Slth Congrea, for the House librai7>. 

Foe 100 copies of the Congresdonal Olobe and Ap- 
pendix, and for binding the same, for let seBsioti 
SGth Congreea, for the House library..... 

For the purchase of 142 copies of tbe Jet and 10th 
volumeg of the Works of John Adama for the 
members of the 32d CoDgien - . 

For printing and publishing 1,000 copies of the 
Papers of James Ututlson, now in tbe archives of 
the State Department, &c ... 

Completion and pubtlcalion of the Works of Thomag 
JeSsrson. and pay of editor, &c 

to replace the T volumes and atlas of the Exploring 
ExpedlUou destroyed by the burning of the 
iibraiT, &c - 

Oompletlog the publication of the works or results 
and account of the Exploring Expedition 

Bepladng the works of the Exploring Expedition 
destroyed by fire at Philadelphia 

To snpply A deflclrncy in the appropriation for 
books for members of the 33d Coogress 

Ta enable Jnbo C. Rives to pay the reporters of the 
Hoose the usual additional oompeDsatJou, Ac 

To Indemnify the Clei k for such sums as he may 
have expended ieit books under a rpEolutlOD of 
the House of Bepresentallvea of July T, 18S6, &c. 

Paper required for printing for the Zd session 34th 
Congress 

Printing required for the 2d seuion 31tb Congress- 

Cotnpletion of the printing heretofure ordered by 
the Senate and House of Eeprescntatives, and 
paper for the same 

Paper required for the printing of the Ist session 
SSth Congress „ 

Printing reqolred for the 1st lesdoD 36th Congress. 

Printing of the Aeoate and Honse of Beptesenta- 
livcsof S3dand34tb Congresses... .. 



Carried fonrErd.. 



P- 



326,831 68 

129 42 

S.iU 00 



6,000 00 
64 99 

6,010 76 
12,320 00 
10,494 46 

1,B19 97 



i1 



BECEIPTS IND EXFENDirDBES. 



11 

if. 

sis 

a *^s 



m 
pi 



S,!I32,«8T 

12a 42 

8,67S 00 

IS, 607 K 

4,237 50 

2,010 00 

S39 00 

6,000 00 
C4 99 

ft, 010 TB 
11,S£0 
10,494 4S 

1,819 97 

4,000 eo 

106, ISO 00 



11 



its 



6,010 Tt> 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
340 00 
4,000 00 

69,671 36 



Is 

II 



S186 0tlU4,036,3TT 64 



452 



BXCEIPTB AND XXPENDITUBBB. 





1 

■S 




ii 

111 
lis 






S3B, 126 01 


3,39B,06« U 
194,000 00 

80,000 00 

123,000 OS 
26,000 OO 
11, 6U 00 
3,300 00 
250 M 
660 00 
27, 300 00 

1,600 OC 


Paper for prlntlog of the Senate ftnd Hotue of Bep- 


BS 

73 

IS 
69 
SB 
W 
BB 
69 
69 

69 


FriutlDg ordered b; the Senate :md HoiiM of Bep- 
reeentotivM during the 33d uid 3*th CoogreMea, 




HoDW of RepieaenlAtiTM daring the 33d ud 




BcporUng the debatet of the Ist setslon of the 3Sth 






<93 66 












Saluies of three judges of the Cotirt of Clnlma, the 

solicitor, depotj clerk, anlgtent derk. *e 

Fee« of witneBses in behalf of the government in 


10, SIT 12 

3,600 00 
1,217 03 




Ulationer)', fuel, gaa, labor, printing, and miacel- 


69 

69 
69 
69 

69 


3,000 00 

1,600 00 
16,000 00 
8,009 00 

6,018 9S 


HHing tip and furnishing the court-rooms, confer- 




Balarr of the President of the United States 

Salary of the Vice President of the United Bt«t«.. 


3,672 10 
C2a 92 


Contingent eipenses of the ExecutWe office, Inclii- 


609 00 
601 U 


Balorr of sectetar; to rign patents for public lands.. 


69 
59 
69 

69 

69 

69 
69 

69 


1,600 00 
8,000 00 
3,000 00 

46,800 0« 

s,ooo 00 

S,600 00 
2,000 OQ 

16,100 00 







Clerks, masMngers, *c., in the cffice of tLe Becre- 


Ext™ clerk hire and copying in the Department of 


1,600 00 




Proof-reading, packing, and dktrtbating laws and 
tatlon for office of the Secretary of State 




29,183 17 


CKriel forward 


ISS9,SU T4I 


13,899,999 4ol 



BECEIPT8 AND EXPENDFTDBES. 



113, OSO 00. 

ZS,000 00 . 

11,007 Sfi. 

1,300 00. 

IfiO 00. 



if 



4,036,STT M 
104,000 00 



I2S,O0 

16,000 00 

12,007 (S 

3,300 00 

ISO 00 

660 00 

37, en II 

6,000 00 



1,608 I 
IS, 672 1 
S, 611 i 



2,004 1 
8,000 ( 
3,000 I 

46,600 < 

3,600 ( 



if 



3,419,846 71 
103,999 91 



lB,71fl 4G 
11,606 19 
>, 300 00 
160 00 
660 00 
14,289 00 

3,000 00 



1,000 00 
26,000 00 
7,966 22 



300 00 

1, 696 48 
8, OOO 00 
3, 000 00 

46,800 00 

1, too 00 

6,600 00 



S,0( 



$188 0844,689,800 ltl«3, 117, 496 89 »1,0S& 



li 

3J . 



k tsio.ees 



RECEIPTS Ain> EXPENDirnSES. 



^pedflc ol^ectB of appropitaUon. 



la 



Broagfat ftiTwud ..... 

Copper-pUte printing, boolu, uid maptforthsDe- 
parttaent of SE>ta 

Newq«petafor the Department of State 

PubllBbIng tbe lawB in pamphlet form and In the 

oEwepapen of the States, &c., for the office of 

theSecreUrj of SUte 

Compiling and Knpervlsing the pablication of the 

Bionni^ Register 

Compensatlonof 4 watchmen aod 2 laborerafor the 

northeast eiecuUTe buildiog 

ConUngent expense! of tbe DOitbeaat executive 

building, for fuel, labor, light, aad rapaln 

To enable the Secrctarr of State to puTChaee Gftj 

copies each of rolamet 20 and 21 of Howard'! 

Beporta of Decisions oF the Supreme Court 

To deFrar eipensee incurred and to be i&curred Id 

complying with a resolution of tbe Home of 

Representatives of December ZS, ISSi 

Salar; of the Secrelar; of the Treuur?.... 

Assistant Secretarr of tbeTreASur; 

Clerks, meneDgere,&c , in the office of tbe Secretary 

of the Treasury 

Blank books, binding, copying, advertising, ftc., 

for office of the Secretary of the Treaaury....... 

Compensation of 8 watchmen and 9 laborers in the 

Coutheast executive building ... 

Compensation of 4 watchmen and 1 laborers In 

the Boath extendon of the sontheast executive 

building 

Compensation of 9 laboien in the southeast execu- 
tive baildini; . 

Fuel, lights, repairs, and miscellaneous items for 

Boutbesat executive building 

Pnet and miscellaneous items for south eiten^on 

of tbe southeast executive building .. 

To provide suitable protection for tbe fuel con- 
sumed in tbe southeast executive building, Ac. 

Salary of the First Comptroller of the Treasury 

Qerlu and messengers in tbe office of tlie First 

Comptroller , 

Fomiture, blank books, binding, Ac., for office (rf 

the First Comptroller . .. 

Second Comptroller of tbe Treasury 

Clerks, messengers, Ac , in the office of the Second 

Comptroller . . 

Blank book*, binding, Ac., f<« office of the Second 

Comptroller . ... ..... ... 

First Auditor of the Treasury 



689,614 74 
1,600 02 



3,899,9S9 M 
2,000 DO 



508 60. 
9,616 96 



Carried forward.. 



»I4e,693 DnM.081,U4 U 



inM.081,U4 



BECEEPTS AHD EXPBNMTUBES, 



8:1=,- 



11 



Is 

II 

1| 
la , 



3,TlT,t9G E 
2,000 < 



fla,&T6 K 
600 00 
3,60Q 
4,SQD DO 

SOO 00 

4,000 00 
8,000 00 
3,000 00 

39, U% «1 

13,T60 00 

10, too 00 

3,600 00 

BOB GO 

16,098 4G 



10,81T 76 

600 00 

3, 600 00 

4,300 00 



10, ITS ST 

3,600 00 

81 46 

7,600 00 

S.OOQ 00 



3, SOO 00 

24,TS4 6IS 

1, SOO 00 
3,000 00 

13,797 33 



14,830,601 00 



456 



BECEIPT8 Am) EXPENDITDBES. 



Spedflc object* of approprlstioa. 



is 



Bromiht forward 

Clerks and mesBengen in the offioa of the Fint Au- 
ditor 

Blank bcoka, binding, ftc., for ofGcs of Elnt Audi- 
tor 

flecond Auditor of the TnuBurj 

Clerks and meaacngerB in the office of the Second 
AndilOT 

Blank books, stationery, binding, Jtc., for tbe office 
of tlie Second Auditor 

Third Auditor of the TreasBry 

Gierke and mesaeogera in tbe office of tbe Third 
Auditor 

Blank booka, binding, &c., for office of the Third 
Auditor 

Fonrth Auditor of the Treasorj 

Clerks and metsengers In the ofBce of the Fourth 
Auditor 

Blank books, Uuding, Ac , for office of the Fourth 
Auditor 

Labor In the office of the Fourth Auditor . 

Fifth Auditor of tbe Treasury 

Clerks and meuengere in tbe office of the Fifth 
Auditor 

Blank books, binding, &c., for office of the Fifth 
Auditor 

Treasurer of the United States 

Clerks, messengers, Ac., In the office of tbe Trsaa- 



Blank books, miscellaneous items, &c., tor office of 
the Treasurer 

Begleter of the Treasury 

Clerks aad messengers lu the office of the Register. 

Blank booki, binding, slAtionery, labor, and other 
mlsrallaneoos items for office of tbe Begister . 

Solicitor of the Treasuiy 

Clerks and mcBKUgers In the office of tbe Bolidlor. 

Blank books, binding, stationery, printing ciicn- 
lan, &c., for office of the Solicitor 

Btatutes and Uw reports, locludiag tboae of tbe 
BSTeral States, fur office of the Solicttor 

Commlnloner of Cnetoms 

Clerks and messengers in the otBoe of the Commis- 
sioner of Customs. . ,. 

Blank books, binding, stationery, &c., for office of 
Oomminioner of Customs . 

Clerks and meHoengora of the Light-house Board. . 

Blank books, binding, stationery, Ac, for the Llght- 
hovM Board..... 



9,ZS9 1 
I.S39 I 



Canied forward.. 



STSe,S43 Ofi;M, 472,344 40 



SECEIPTS AKD EXPEimiTUBEB. 



Il 




!l 
lit 

Hi 


if 

Hi 


as 
pi 

4, 062 55 


ii 


4,830,087 4T 


413 53 


4.B30,ft01 00 

33,012 76 

3,059 73 
3,000 00 

82,853 90 

2,000 00 
3,000 00 

132,819 16 

€,079 12 
S,000 00 

14,710 00 

1,294 97 

56 47 

3,000 00 

14,810 00 

869 66 
3,000 00 

22. 740 00 

2,261 07 
3,000 00 
47,340 DO 

9,799 6g 
3,600 00 
I3,7.'>1 62 

4,866 63 

817 2» 
3,000 00 

17,469 83 

4.697 63 
9, 240 OU 

750 00 


3,865,018 90 

33,012 75 

2,069 73 
3,000 00 

32,110 6» 

1,600 00 
3,000 00 

129,076 19 

2,639 12 
3, 000 00 

24,719 36 

1,294 97 

66 47 

3,000 00 

14,840 00 

800 00 
3, 000 00 

12,631 30 

1,150 00 
3.000 DO 
46,913 77 

6,320 40 

3,500 on 

13, 6S2 86 
1,000 00 


941,409 55 


S.OSS 73 
9,000 00 

3!,B53 eo 
























S,«<lO 00 








140 00 






6,079 12 
3,000 00 

14,740 00 
































3,000 00 
14,S40 00 


















69 6B 


3,000 00 

21,740 00 

2, 111 07 
3,000 00 
47,340 00 

S,799 6S 
3,600 00 
13,040 00 

4.865 G3 

ei7 ts 

8,000 00 

17,464 14 

4,607 63 
9,340 00 

760 00 












































111 62 














817 2B 




3,000 OU 

17,440 00 

1,800 00 
9.240 00 

750 CO 






6 49 








2,797 63 




















S6,tSB,GS7 46 


$670 6i 


»5, 139, 258 10 


14,272,464 40 


S4,062 ^ 


(962,791 15 



nGoogIc 



BECEIPTS AND EXFENDITDBES. 





1 

I 


1- 


II 

1 






766,243 06 


4,472,344 4D 
e.OOD DO 

(4) 29,07D 0) 

7,200 00' 
3,000 00 

(5) 166,818 9i: 

4,000 00 

1 3, ODD do' 




lis 

59 

19 
89 

69 

58 

69 

69 
68 

68 
68 

69 
69 

69 

69 

69 
69 

69 

CD 

S8 
68 

69 

68 

60,71 


ClarkB, tDBwenge™, 4c , in the office of the Secre- 




Boohg. etAKoDcry, and other contingenclea, In the 










3,75S 96 


CoDtingent cipenaeBof the OeDeral Land Office for 


Contingeut expeiiBFg of the Oeneral Land Office, 
under Hctot March 3, 1855. gnintinB boun^ 

Contingent enpenses in addition, under swamp land 






Clerk hire, pateotg, recordg, 4c., in the Qenerftl 
Land OSIcc, on account of military bountT lands. 

lapidif increoKlug r<-cordB and papers ia the 








6,000 00 
3,000 00 

33,600 DO 
3.000 OOl 

106,310 DO, 

30.000 DO' 

10,000 00, 
9.D00 DO: 

2S,74D 00' 


Becordfl and patcnU for donation and other claime 
. n the Pacific alope, ic.. General Land Office.... 

Coah RfBtcm. 4c.. undur laws prior to September 
29. 1850, potent.1 an<l other records, 4o., for this 












669 01 
11,646 29 


bounty land warrants. Sc. , for the Pension Office. 
Stationery, biodiDi; books, furniture, and oUieT mis- 




.'...'.".'.:'.:.: 


Clerks, mesaenvers, 4c.. In the office of the Corn- 


214 60 


Extra clerk hire for the service of the Indian Office 


Blank books, binding, and stationer;, for officu of 




3.000 DO 
2,000 00 




500 00 




StaWouery, blank bucks, pUns. drawings, fto., for 

To enable the Secretary of the Interior to pay the 
Huporintetidetit of the building occupied bj said 
S*,retary from Jan. 1, 1835, to June 30, 1S3S, 4o. 








1,400 00 


Carried forward 


$782,929 82 


»5,OU,464 40| 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUBE8. 



453 



III 

III 



ITS, 676 S7 
4,000 00 



16,100 
58,400 00 



3,600 00 
3,000 00 

1,009 01 

1,646 29 



1,200 00 
260 00 






164,113 45 
2.000 00 



6,000 
6B,400 00 



107,009 01 
29,128 64 



26,954 60 
7,000 00 



1,200 00 
250 00 



as 
•s- 
11 
SIS 



IBTO 6IIS,S10,Oet SHU, 160,418 99 $1,762 6Sll,0i<,88S 93 

logic 



BECEIPTS Aim EXFENDirmCES. 



STATEUENT 



specific objeeta of aftpropriation. 



Brought forwftrd.. ...... 

Compensation of the Burvejror general of Ohio, lu' 

diana. and Hlchifnan •.■■ 

Cierkg in the office of the am veyoT general of Ohio, 

Imlisna, and Michigan 

Surveyor general of IllinoiB and Miuonri 

Gerks In the office of the snrveyor general of Illi- 
nois and Mioonrl. .............. 

Surveyor general of Loniiiana .. 

CJerlu la the office of the lurveyor general of Loa- 

Ulana _ 

Surveyor general of Florida 

Gierke In the office of the anrveyor general of 

Florida 

Borveyor general of WiBConsin and Iowa 

Clerks In the office of the Burveyor goaer»l o( Wig- 

oondn and Iowa .... 

Surveyor gen tral of Arkanaai 

CleriiB in the office of the Burveyor general of 

Arkanias ... 

Surveyor general of Oregon 

Clerka In the office of the gnrveyot general of 

Bent of enrveyor general's oBc* In Oregon, foel, 

books, ntationery, &c, ....,,.... 

Burveyor general of California. .............. 

CU-rks in the office of the surveyor general of O&li- 

B«nt of the surveyor general's office in Callfonia, 
purcbaaeof InstmmeDtfii&a 

Surveyor general of Washington Territory 

Clerlu in thu office of the surveyor general of Wash- 
ington Territory 

Bent of office for the surveyor general of Washing- 
ton Territory, fuel, books, &c .... 

Surveyor general of New Mexico 

Clerks in tta e office of the surveyor general of New 
Mexico 

Bent of tbe surveyor general's office ia New Mexico 

Translator In the office of the surveyor general of 
Kew Mexico . .. 

Purchase of Bpanish and Mexican law books for 
office of the Burveyor general of Mew Mexico.. 

Surveyor general of Kansas and Nebraska 

Cleikg in the office of the surveyor general ot Kan- 
sas and Nebraeka 

Office rent, fuel, and Incidental expenses for the 
Burveyor general of Kansas anij Nebraska .. 

Surveyor general of Dtah TcrrltiMy 

Caniod forward......... 



t845,Sei 2t»5,lSS,4 



BECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITUBES. 



Ill 






Is 

11 



4,7fl0,418 99 
2,000 OB 
8,300 00 



S.OOO I 
e,4TS I 



t,0( 



1,(00 00 
i,801 09 



462 



BECBIPT8 AKD EXPENDITIIBES. 



STATEMENT 



Bpedfic objcctB of appiopilatloa. 



S'8 
III 

lis- 



Brought forward 

Cl«rka in the office of tbe tnrveyor ggneral of Viah 
Territory 

Office rent, fuel, bnokg, itatloner;, kc , for the 

veyor general of Utah Territory 

Extra cleikg and draughtsmen tn the offices of the 
surveyors general, to bu apportioned to them Re- 
cording to the exigencies (^ the public servioe... 

Salary of the Hrcretary of War 

Clerks and messengers In the office of the Becretary 

of War 

Extra clerks In tbe Department of War 

Blank boolu. binding. Btatiooerj, labor, &c., in 

the office of the Pecielary of War . 

Clerks and mpssengers in the office of tbe Paymas- 
ter General 

Contingent expenses of office of the Paymaster 

General 

Blank books, binding, stationery, kc., for office of 

the Paymsater General 

Clerks, messengers, &c.. In the office of tbe Com- 
missary General of Subsistence 

Blank books, (rinding, printing, &c., for oHce of 

the Itommis-sary Qenenil of SubslsteQce 

Clerks and mesMogers in tbe ofBce of the Adjutant 

General - 

Books, binding, and sliLtionery for office of tbe 

Adjalaot General 

Clerks and metsengeie iu the office of the Chief 

Engineer — -. 

Blank books, binding, stationery, &c., for office of 

the Chief Engineer _. 

Clerka and mess-- ngeis in the office of the Quarter- 

msster General 

Blank books, liindlog. kc , for the Quarterma<ter 
General's office, including the office at Philadel- 
phia 

Clerks, metsenger, Ac. , in the office of Topogriqihl- 



Blank buuKs. binding, slationeiy, kc., tbr tbe To- 
pographical Bureau 

Ulecelliineoua items for the Topogmphical Bureau.. 

Gierke and iiifiibengcrs in the Ordnance Office 

Blank books, binding, and stationery for th<i Ord- 



84e,a82 24 
2,000 
750 00 

3<,ST9 84 



<, 604 00 
(7) 11,140 00 



van 00 
10, mo 00 

1,600 00 

(8) 14, MO 00 

S,000 DO 

(0) 8,440 00 

000 00 

21,410 OO 

1.100 00 

(10) 9,010 OD 

1,W0 00 



U, 140 00 



t890,B» 70»S,30T,M4 4[< 



BECEIPTS AND EZPENDITUBES. 



1l 




1 

1 

1 


III 

hi 


il 

pi 


Is 

1 


Is 


ft.9TC,06G 64 
6,000 00 
3, 760 00 


Z,0S6 57 


6,977,16S 21 
6,000 00 
4,147 76 

78,396 46 
8,000 00 

IS, 400 00 
3, 110 43 

6,176 19 

11,381 86 
168 flO 
500 00, 

10,040 00 
5,800 06 

U,B40 00 
2,609 04 
8,440 00 
1,060 41 

21,440 00 

1,481 94 

9, 040 00 

1,939 69 

300 00 

12,240 00 

962 81 
200 68 

6,210 00 

466 40 


4,891,163 91 


4,7S2 63 


1,081,216 72 
6,000 00 
*,H7 76 

28,651 41 


39T 76 
713 62 








49,744 05 
8,000 00 

16,400 00 
1,709 48 

6,176 19 

11,240 OO 




8,000 00 












299 48 
676 19 




















168 60 








500 00 
10, 040 00 

1.000 00 
14,840 00 

1,300 00 
8,440 00 
1,060 47 
21,348 09 

1,481 91 

9.001 10 
1,300 00 
















1, 142 91 














609 04 




1,009 04 








160 47 






SI, 440 00 






2S1 94 














739 69 












13,210 00 




12, 210 00 
962 81 






12 8t 














6,240 00 
465 40 








66 40 












«, I9S,t77 10 


$ 


,266 60 


$6,206,443 60 


$5,072,134 37 


$4,761 66 


»l,128,64nb.- 



KECEIPTS AND EXPENDITDBES. 



STATEMENT 





1 

£ 

1 


1 


Is 






»0, 62t 70 
32 69 
60 00 


6,307,66* iO 














59 
69 

69 
69 


3,(00 00 

*,000 00 

3,850 OO 
«,8MD0 






aod two Idborera for the building comer of F 












ContlDgcDt expenBea of buildiug corner of F and 




65 to 






69 

59 

69 
69 

B9 

59 


8,000 00 

21,600 00 

i,840 00 
. 3.600 00 

8,840 00 

750 00 


ClerkB, menengere, kc., in the ofBco of the Secre- 




Blank books. biodiDg. Btationery, &c , fur offloe cf 


7,620 DO 

46B 7» 

1,«0 00 
600 00 


Chiaf of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography. 
Gierke, draughtsmen, &c., In the Bureau of Ord- 






MiscelUneouR items for Bureau of Ordnnace aod 




69 
59 
69 


3,600 00 

10,040 00 

800 00 




8,117 46 

3, 100 00 
360 00 






Chief of thu Bureau of ConstruEtlon, Equipment, 


69 
69 


3,600 00 
17.840 00 


Chief naval couBlructor, engineer-in-chief, and 
clerks, draughtumen. &ic.. In the Bureau of Con- 


I, !26 11 

2, 100 00 

300 00 

1.870 00 


Bbnk books, binding. &c., for the Bureau of Con- 






69 
69 


8,840 00 
TOO 00 


Blank books, binding, mtionerT, &e., for tha Bn- 






1917,770 10 


16,416,964 10 



BECEIPTS AMD EXFENDITnBEa. 



465 



il 


il 


Hi 

pi 




is 

■< 


|i 

P 


«,1B8,1IT 10 


T,m 60 


6, 205, 113 » 

3« 69 

60 00 

3,600 00 

4,207 SO 

S,850 00 

6,014 37 

S27 39 

66 40 
8, 000 00 

21,799 31 

10,360 00 
3,966 71 

e,8tO 00 

1,200 00 

600 00 
8,600 00 

18,767 46 

2,900 00 
360 00 

3.800 00 

2D, 066 14 
2, 900 00 
300 00 
8,840 00 
2,970 00 


6,072,134 87 


4,762 56 


1, 138, £46 63 


«00 














3,800 00 
4,207 60 

3,860 00 
6,014 37 








207 60 














2U37 
SIT SB 


















G6 40 






8,000 00 

20,871 64 

3, 6O0 OO 
3,600 00 

8,840 00 

600 00 




Sl.flOD 00 


199 22 










3,>5e T2 














S,200 00 


















3,600 00 

10,697 IS 

GOD 00 














s,goo 00 

S« DO 










360 00 






3, GOO 00 

17,830 45 
600 00 




30, OM 14 


















300 00 








8,840 00 
600 00 




















6,333,714 60 

30 b 


8,iU f>S 


6,342,139 4B 


6,179,994 48 


6,422 66 


1,156,731 W 



498 



BECEIPT8 AMD EXPENDITUKES. 



STATEMENT 



Spedfic objects of appnq>rUti<m 



Bniiight forward. .. 

ProTtding a snitsble veasel, Euid miiliiUtDiDg tbe 
eamo for one year, in Tiflitiog light! and other 
liidt for inspection and deliver; of sapplieg, &c., 

&c., on the PaciQo coast, CalKoinia 

Ligbt-houw on Cape Bhoalwater, at entranoe of 
bay of that name, Waabiogtou Tenilorr 

Two light-homes at Cape Flattery and. New Don- 
geness, ic., Wwhington Territory 

Ught-hoiue at Red Bluff, od Whidby'B fdand, 
Washington Territory . 

Bailding a llgbt-hooBB at Hinnesot* Point, in tbe 
Territory of HlDnesota.... : 

Ught-hoQBe at Beaver bay, lAke Boperior, Uinne- 
aota Territory 

Light-houBeatOrandUaraia, lAke Superior, Hinne- 
sota Territory 

Life-boats and other means of rendering affiistanco 
to wrecked mariners, kc., on the coast of the 
United St«tes, to be expended nnder the control 
of the 8ecretaJ7 of the Troaanry 

To enable the Light-House Board to procure the 
necessary machinery for testing Babbage's plan 
for diHtinguisMng lights . 

Marine hospital est«blisbment 

Annna) repairs of matlne hospitals 

Marine hospital at Portlfind, Maine 

Marine hospital at Burilngton, Vermont 

Ten per cent, for contingent eipenses of marine 
hospital at Burlington, Yermuat 

Marine hospital at Chelsea, Massachusetts 

Marine hospital, &:c., at Wiimlngton, Nortli Carolina 

Ten per cent, for contingent esperues, &c., of marine 
hospital at Wilmington, North Carollaa 

Purchase of a dt« for marine hospital at Wliming- 
ton, North Carolina... 

Marine hospital at Fensacola. Florida 

Ten per cent, for contingent expenses, kc. , in the 
ertetinn of a marine hospital at Penncoia, 
FloridH 

To provide fur a suitable building asa marine hos- 
pital at St Mark's, Florida 

Enclosing, grading, and draining the lot of land 
recentjj purchased to enlarge the site of the 
marine hospital at Mobile, Alahama 

ConBtructiou of mari&e hoa[dtal at TIcksburg, MIs- 

Construclion of marine hospital at New Orleans, 
Z/iuisIana . , ,., 

Carried forward ...... 



. 6, 234, TBS 19 

60,000 00 
18,9TI 89.. 



20,330,0*1 IG 



2S, 000 00 .. 
I,19S 20.. 
8,000 00.. 
6,000 00.. 



lis, 732 37 
10,4B2 46 
310 44 
19,328 &1 .. 

1,023 97.. 

B49 24 

40, 000 00 . . 



1,777 14.. 
21,811 16.. 



..te,S00,7&6.fi6SO,U3,BIS 



u to SO, US, I 



BEOEIFTS AND EXPEKDITUBE8. 



467 



h 


V 


ii 


11 

if 

sis 

g|2 


Is 

|li 


p 


6,333,734 SO 


8.4U »S 


6,342,13) 48 
3,600 00 

6, 8U 86 

1,300 00 
180 00 

too 00 

2,400 00 

3,913 00 
8,000 DO 
9,000 00 

146,418 89 

10,000 00 
3,000 DO 

169,246 24 

23,462 96 

4,100 00 

3,000 00 

100 00 

8,187 77 
8,000 14 

11,006 33 

500 00 

47 75 

500 00 

1, 500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

2,422 07 


6,179,994 48 
3,500 OOi 

6,040 DO 

600 00 


6,422 56 


1,166,722 46 






















180 00 
















2,400 00 

3,600 DO 
8,000 00 
S,000 00 

144,010 21 

10,000 00 
3,000 OU 

169,346 24 

5,000 00 

4,100 00 

3,000 DO 




































1,408 68 


















1ST 14 
366 06 










17,462 Of 


















100 00 








8, 187 77 
8,000 00 

10,100 00 

300 00 










14 






























BOO 00 
1,500 00 
1.500 00 
1,500 00 
3,413 74 














1,900 00 














2,41B 07 


4 00 












e,TM,9» 10 


8,972 18 


6,769,968 38 


5,585,492 4< 


5,703 65 


1,178,773 39 



500 



RECEIPTS iSD EXPENBITDBEa 





1 

5 




li 

i1 
111 






^ SOI, 756 S6 

U,466 ei 

ZS,300 00 
1,109 se 

1,000 00 

TT,40S 67 

4,S3S tG 


30,763,816 51 






Fencing and gmding the (frouodg of the marine 






Erection of msrine bosptUl at Paducab, Kentack;. 
Drainlnit the marine hogoital eiie, and heating and 


60 


6,000 « 


CoDitnicllon, Ac , of marine hoapital at (lindDnatl, 










Fencing and grading lite of marine hoBpital at 
EvanByille, Indiana, erecting etaUe, aupplji.ig 


60 


6,600 01 


ConBtruction of marine hospital at Chicago, Illinois 


473 3S 

32,418 90 

(16)37,663 01 

I,B97 64 

(17) 9,690 29 

(18) 1,175 07 

a, 60S 26 
22,116 82 

841 57 

6,300 00 

1,996 22 

3,888 9.- 










Ten percent, for contingeDt expenaeii, &o., iu the 








Ten per cent, for contingent .'ipecses, &c , in erec- 




Furfhaue of Rite and erection of cuatom-houge at 


80 


30,000 00 








' 


PurchasiDg asite and oocatruction ofa building fur 






Purchas" of site and erection of cuatom-housu and 


60 
60 


6,600 M 
10,OMO[ 


Fencing and srading the Bite of the custom-houee 




6,167 28 


Ten per cent, for contingent axpenscB, &c., inerec- 


60 
60 

60 

60 


1.500 00 
S,5»0 0t 

350 00 

S,«0ON 






ToQ percent, for contingent eipenseB, Sc, In erec- 


622 00 


Ora ling and fencing the grouuda of the new rv- 




88,000 00 
7,611 6b 


Ten \.vr cent, for conlingKnt eipenEca of cuBlom- 






i^rchaae of a Bit« forcuBtom-houBe al Portsmouth , 


61 


1>,60«M 








$6,266,149 61 


20,839,715 U 



RECEIPTS AND EXFENDirUBEH. 



601 



11 

tii 
III 



'i ■ 



II 



ita.ns M 

B49 72 



lOfi TO 

"moo 



21,011,045 99 
I,eS3 60 



T7,10« 
1,638 16 



6,S00 00 

4T3 33 

31.44B 90 

21,659 TI 



811 67 
6,300 00 
3,067 12 
9,388 S8 



5,000 00 
88,000 00 

7,611 66 
19,600 00 



29! 00 
16,088 63 
20, 164 



1,392 10 
6,113 44 



69 TO 
4,822 00 

43,191 06 
6,368 36 

19,600 



6,936,466 84 
12, 123 06 



27,689,771 69 



6,1»,337 SI 



RECEIPTS AND EXFEVDITUBES. 



Specific objects of sppropriatioD. 


1 

5 


Is 

9 


pi 

lis 






6,2S6,H9 62 

SS8 OT 

(19) 4,774 34 

(20) 3S9 65 

61,869 07 
7,313 09 

385 74 
44,667 S3 

2,61! 54 
42,926 25 

6,068 74 
36,162 50 

2, 673 52 
44,000 00 

3,450 47 

SO, 000 00 

4,675 26 


20,839,716 6S 












tioD of caatom-haiue al Bamatable, Uawachu- 


















Ten percent, for contiDKentexpeng'Eia erection of 














"so" 

GO 




Tan per ceot. for contingent expenses, &c.. In eteo- 
tioD of cuatom-honHe at Bufiklo, Mew Tork 


110,080 OD 
11.000 OO 














Ten percent, for contingent expenBe«,&c.. in erec- 






For accommodatioQ of the cuatom-liouBe aad poat 


60 
60 

SI 


50,0l» OC 
6,000 00 
8,001) « 


tom-houee, tc, at Ogdeosburg, Hew York 




27,216 SI 
3,864 38 
50, 000 00 


Ten per cent for contingent eipenseg. &o., in erec- 






Pnrchaie of a ^te for custom-bouM at Newark, 






Ten per cent, for oontingent expenses of CDstom- 

bouse, &c., at Perth Amboy. New Jonie? 

Parcbaso of a site for cnstom-house at Perth Am- 


62 

62 
60 


10,000 01 
S.OOOOC 

2,000 OH 

1.000 OO 






Parchaahig a tit* and cODBtrnction of a snitahle 
building for custom -hoase, post office, &o., at 


161 70 
48,629 63 
3,717 47 




Ten per cent, for coutEngent expeneee of custom- 








Carried forward , ..... 


10,690,076 67 


21,0*8,115 » 



RECEIPTS AND EXPEKDITUBB8. 



503 



h 




in 
III 


11 

ifi 


Is 

li 


H 

s-s 


27,0M,S66 07 


494,81! 68 

26S 60 

lefi 60 


17,689,777 66 

633 67 
4,980 U 

399 66 

61,869 07 
7,313 09 

385 7< 
44,667 63 

!,61i 64 
15S,926 26 

16,068 74 
36, 16! 60 

!, 673 62 
44,000 00 

3,450 47 

100,000 00 

9,676 25 

8, 000 00 
27,708 49 

3,864 38 

60,000 00 

20,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1, 161 70 
48,629 63 
3,717 47 


1,266,872 39 

65 00 
2, 125 40 

399 65 

26,963 42 
6,664 06 

386 74 
44,667 63 

2,231 OO 
62,469 35 

3,114 3 
36, 162 6 

2,673 5 
43, 396 2 

2,812 4 


203,667 75 


6,124,337 61 


4,774 24 
















26,905 65 




































90,456 92 


16,068 74 




















44,000 00 














' 100,000 00 










664 

8,000 
19,634 9 

2,429 
















491 9 






3,S64 SB 
60,000 00 
























1,087 1 
2,000 

697 7 
33, 785 6 
2,202 1 


.,., 


























3,717 4 














1T,T3S,T»1 2 


490,666 6 


lB,i34,M7 38 


21,660,393 9 


J 308,667 7 


!i«vW.» 



604 



BECEIPT8 ISD EX.PENDITUBE8. 





1 

1 


^■3 


1"" 






e.iiao.oTs 67 

48,087 80 
1,000 00 

«,T82 99 
66, SOT 37 

3,94T 84 

42,394 11 

S,T33 tl 
42,411 49 

E,60S 41 


21,048,716 61 


Purchue of a alte and erection of a cnitom-hoiiM 




Filling up and grading tfae gronodB beloDging to 






Parchaae of a site and raMulTuction of a building 
















Ten per cent for contingent azpwiea, &c., In erec- 


SO 


20,000 00 
















50 
60 


St7 6C 
400,000 00 




247,740 76 
31,633 73 

2, 163 78 

98, 382 47 

238,947 90 
94,762 98 

8,391 21 

90,769 79 
39,860 0£ 
95,000 DO 
9,343 69 








riirchase of a rite and erection of a cnstom-liouge, 
to contain rooma for post office, &c., at Mobile, 






CoDBtraction of a cuitom-bouje, at New Orleans, 


60 


300,000 00 




Ten per ceot. for contingent ezpeiMM, Jfcc., in erec- 






Purcbnalng a rite and erectlim of ■ fire-proof baild- 






Pnrcbue of a gita and erection of k baiiding for a 












Ten per cent, fct contingent expentes of the cub- 








fit 


10,000 00 




88,000 00 
8, 643 69 

300 22 










!0 


4,W8 9« 




Canied forward 


£7,991,160 03 


21.7M,8I1 W 



BECEIFTS AKD EXI^OTDITUHES. 



505 



'i 


11 

1 


if 

il"" 
III 


11 

if 

■3" 


Is 
11 

|!i 




S7,7S8,T91 2t 


49G,eU 66 
798 OS 


18,134,647 88 
48,829 89 
1,000 00 

49,406 09 
68,780 07 

3,947 84 
62,394 11 

2,739 11 
42,411 49 

i.eSB 76 

167 60 
647,740 76 
S:,'437 83 

2,163 TS 

98,383 47 

638,947 90 
98, 623 47 

8,391 21 

90, 760 79 
89,860 02 
9S,0»0 00 

9,349 69 
20,000 00 
88,000 00 

8,643 69 

4,639 12 


21,660,393 94 

48, e« 88 

tBOO 

39, 120 81 
34,682 10 

3,876 00 
26,007 91 

2, 988 60 
30,281 IS 

2, 868 76 

267 60 
479,694 14 
32,437 83 

2,163 78 

71, 171 68 

366,036 19 
20,230 67 

3,946 49 

40, 133 60 
32, 649 00 


108,667 76 


6,46S,6S6 19 


1,000 00 






621 10 
3,472 TO 




10,384 IS 
24,097 97 






3,BiT 64 


















«,<11 49 
2, SOS 41 








349 9& 
















168,046 62 




804 10 




























3,870 49 










4,444 78 








39,BG0 02 
»(>,000 00 
9,949 69 
















96 00 
10,000 00 




9,248 69 


















40 00 
4, S02 46 






4,699 12 














19,784,481 98 


SOS, 713 4G 


30, 290, 196 4! 


22,320,968 09 


108,667 76 


7,260,669 69 



506 



BEOEIPTS ASD EXPENDITimEfl. 





i 

3 


1 


^1 
II 

pi 






7, 991, 160 03 
23,961 91 

2, ess 06 

27,216 49 

1, 836 83 
92, 6U 44 

8,729 62 
132,938 94 

13,919 71 

49,443 00 

4,273 48 


21,793,311 H 






Ton per cent, for contingent eipenseB, &c., in erec- 






the cuBtom house, post office, Ac., at Sandasb;, 






Tea per cent, for contingent eipentes, Ac. , in erec- 




















60 
60 


200,000 0) 
20,000 01 


Ten per cent, for contingent eipeDBea,&c., in erec- 
For accommodation of the caalom-liouBe, and post 


Ten per cent tor ooDtiogent eipensea, &c., in erec- 






Purchsu of a dts foi ciutom hoiue, at Galena, 


51 
BO 


6,891 to 

60,001 oe 


Conetruction of n cuBtom-bon«e, post office, Ac., at 






96,341 11 

9,688 26 
63,746 68 

6,805 96 
88,000 00 

8,003 76 
18, 646 94 

6,433 26 


Ten per cent for contiogunt eipensea, 4c., in Bcec- 






C3oostructioo of & custom-houee at MIlwaultlB, Wia- 






Ten per cent, for contmgent eipenaes, &o., in erec- 








60 
60 


20,000 Ofl 

2,000 0< 


Ten per cunt, for contingent expeneea of custom- 


Erection of ccgtom-houge, to contain rooma for post 


Construction of an apprwBer's store for the cnutom- 






Improving Battery and Waahington Btreeta, and 
road way 0. P., around thecuBtom^house at San 










39,938 43 




on the MiaaiBsippi liver, bcluw Sew Orleani 

For a amail clasa revenue cutter, ti be Ioc»ted in 

the collection diBtrict of K-ej West, Florida 

Act to authoriw tbe President to caoee to be pro- 
cared, by purcbaati or otberwtM, a aoitable 


60 
60 

66 


60,000 01 
6,S09 0e 

150,000 « 










Carriud forward 


•8,676,244 90 


22,297,712 >J! 



EECEnTB AND EXPENDITUEES. 



P 

i|i 

lis- 



its 

B-ls 



.1 
II 

|S2 



g,433 29 1,675 «0 



33,919 71 

49,442 00 

4, 273 4g 

6,891 00 

50,000 00 
99,627 60 

9,G8S 26 
03,745 66 

6,805 96 
106,000 
10,003 76 
IS, BIG 94 

8,108 65 



50,000 DO 
6,600 00 



6, 342 SO 
a, 207 92 
S,S59 62 
6,891 00 



7,093 10 
3,297 30 
2,913 15 
3,167 00 
2,900 00 
4,093 11 



23,338,712 19 



208,667 76 7,941,357 Gt 



EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUEES. 



Bpecific objects of appropriation. 



Brought forward . 

tt cooBtrnction of four additional rereDtie 
cutterg ,. 

ffix revenna cutters to be built for the protecUou of 
the revenue on the lakes, kc 

BalaTJGSofBnpervlBinginBpectoniof BteamTeflseli, &c. 

EipeDBGH of depositing public monajB by legisteni 
and reccirers of public monejB 

SttlarlcH and commiaBloue of regieters of laud offices 
and recelvera of public tnooeyi .. 

Incidental expenses of tbe ecTeral land offices 

Balaries und comroisiionB, and Inctdeatal eipcnsea 
of the offices of the register and receiver of the 
Chippctia land district, Wiaconsin 

Compensation of tlie commisaioner of the land office 
at Vincennes, Indiana 

Salary of recorder of land titles in Ulssouri 

Balaries and Incidental expenses of commiiston ap- 
pointed tc settle land claims in California 

Act to establish two additional land districts in the 
Territory of Minnesuta, &c. , (4th section) 

Bepayment for lands erroneously sold 

Refandiug moneys where certain lands have been 
entered in the Greensbnrg (late 8t Helena) land 
district, Louisiana 

lodemnlty for swamp lands purchased by Indi- 
viduals 

Debentures and other charge* (lands) 

Payment of bounty land certi ilea t«s (war) 

Distribution of the proceeds of the sale of public 

Tranecrlbiog records of private land cl^ms [n the 
office of the recorder of land titles at St. Loaia, 
Missouri 

Surveys of the public lands, per act of Aumut 31, 
1852 

Besurveys, Ac. , of the public lands In the Btates 
where the offices of the surveyors general hare 
been or sliall be closed • 

Surveying public lands and private land claims in 
California, including office expenses, &c 

Subdividing 60 townships in California Into sections, 
at $ 1 2 per mile 

Surveying the necessary base, meridian, standard, 
parallel, township, ioA section lines in Kansas 
and Nebraska Territories 

Survey of Indian lands In Knnsas, under 2d article 
of treaty of May 6, 1854, with the Delawares 



Carried Garward.. 



>, 676,244 90 
3,431 28 



120 00 
7,372 36 



18,229 7S. 
66,402 

1,200 00 
113,306 70 

ie,61S 78 

(21) 6,691 9G 

10 21 

118,034 13 
S14 96 



II 



6,000 00 
3,000 00 



1,600 00 
310,000 M 



19,374,738 08 23,113,11* << 

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SECEIFTS AND EXPENDITDBE8. 



509 



1; 


11 

11 
IB 




ii' 

1 


Is 

II 
111 


n 


M,9T3,9ST 86 
3,431 IS 
41,436 6S 


614, 679 61 


31,488,637 4S 

3,431 28 

41,436 66 
476 90 

106,600 12 

347,931 40 
70, 981 73 

6,000 OD 

3,000 00 
626 00 

7,372 36 

36,623 34 
71,368 46 

109 68 

7,913 11 

41 64 

18,229 76 

66,402 08 

1,200 00 
223,306 70 

21,113 78 

320,091 9G 

10 21 

168,094 13 
314 96 


23,338,712 19 
3,039 GO 
24,674 62 


208,567 76 
391 68 


7,941,357 51 




16,862 13 






. 100,400 i: 


60 00 

789 06 
160 00 


34,817 70 

260, 141 87 
40, 166 S9 









97,789 63 


70,781 73 




5,000 00 








3,000 00 
600 00 

2,636 86 

6,831 74 
67,853 04 

109 68 

7,913 11 
41 64 
120 00 














7,372 36 
36,623 34 






4,836 51 










13,536 43 
































65,402 OB 

l,S0O 00 
223,300 70 






66,401 08 

1,200 DO 
120,360 08 










102,040 64 

2,200 96 
106, 146 66 








■ 326,091 96 






220,446 40 




10 21 


168,034 13 




146,319 S6 


, 22,714 28 
















32,487,962 97 


010,668 66 


33,003,621 63 


24, 125,954 66 


208,969 64 


8,668,697 43 



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STATEMENT 



Specific objocti of approprtatioo. 


1 




II 
11 

Hi 






9,374,738 08 

Si 87 
4,840 69 

463 se 

2,S41 OS 

TS! 11 

S,411 fiS, 

6, SSI 69 
4,000 00 

47,047 41 

3,616 es 

87,463 81 

4!7 SS 

4,201 St 

19, SH 00 

1,600 00 
5.6il S4 

7,074 16 
36, 8» 08 


i3,113,:itU 


BorveroflndlanlBiiclaiDEaiiuui. nDderSdand <th 
■Hides of tre at7 of Utj 3D, 1B61, with tho Eu- 




SoTvey of Indian lands In Kaoras. under 5th article 






Soive; of Indian lands in Kansoa, under 3d article 






Snrvev of Indinn landa in Kaneat, nader id article 






Sarver of lodian lands in Kansas, under 3d and lOtb 
articleiof treatf of JanuBiy 31, 18&6, with the 






Contingent expenses of the Indian Deportment for 
the execution of eurveji required by treaties with 






gnrrejing standard, pknttlel, and meridiui lines 






Bitendlng the principal meridian in Oregon a dis- 












at 4,920 miles. In Oregon, at arate not'eicoeding 


8Dry«rlng8tandard,paralk.l, and meridian lines in 
Wsihlngton Tenitorj-, an estimated distance of 


SO 
60 


7,600 M 
20,000 M 


Surveying township and subdivision tines, estimated 










in Aikaosas, &o , at a late not exceeding $6 per 






Surveys in the southern p&rtotMiasouri, cast ofUie 






Compl. ting the surveys «f towns and villages In 


SO 


!,000 0« 


BurveylnR and marking the boundary between the 


Corncting erroneous and defective lines of public 
and private surveys In Illinois and Hinourl, at 


SO 


1,000 00 


Bttrvey of pHvate claiou Id Florida, under act of 








Carried forward 




19,989,716 34 


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II 



32 S7 

4,B«9 S! 

163 6; 

2,fi41 Ot 

712 11 

8,411 63 

6,361 69 
4,000 00 

47,047 47 

11,016 fiS 

87,4S3 S 
417 63 
4,101 

19,324 00 

3,500 00 
6,611 31 

»,0U 26 
36,819 OS 



■31 

In 



111 

II! 



if 



24,126,964 S6 



91 87 

4,849 89 

361 65 

1,641 08 

711 11 

8,411 63 

6,161 69 
4,000 00 

47,047 47 

11,016 03 

87,463 81 

427 63 

4,101 81 

IS, 114 00 

3,500 00 
6,611 34 

9,074 26 
38,629 08 



1,169 73 
3,608 13 

11,586 79 

1,061 45 

9,634 34 

427 < 
4,101 31 

1,433 83 



i&s 



II 



8,668,697 48 

33 87 

4,849 89 

263 66 

1,541 08 

732 11 

1, 141 80 

1,863 46 
4,000 00 

34,460 68 

9,066 08 

77,919 47 



8,780 36 
18,535 34 



SS,734,430 23 616,683 6e|33, 160, 098 8924,173,371 78 132,784 72 8,843,943 39 

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RECEIPTS AND EXFESDITUSEa. 



Spedflc objecte of nppiopriotlon. 



11 



Brought fonrtrd ... 

CompleUng certain mrvcya Id Florid*, incladiag 
scrap work, ftc - 

Burveylng iu LouleUDH at aug:meDted lates, tc., 
acta Karcb 3, 1851 iiiid IBfiS 

Examining Bud correcting imperfect and deftictlTe 
surveys In the nortiierD partof the lower peniu- 
iula of Micbi^ftD 

Kesiirvey and torrectiun o1 30 towDghipa In Michi- 
gan, situated north of the Erst correcUoD line 
and west of the meridian, &c. 

Resorvef and correction of townabipa 44 to IB 
north, inclusive of ranges 18. 19, and 20 west, 
situated in upper penioBula of Michigan, Ac 

Continuing surveys in the norlhem portions of 
Iowa, Minnesota, and WistMiBio, Ac 

Surveying the nectssar; base, meridian, standard, 
parallel, township, and s«ctioa linos in New 

Surveying the base, principal meridlaD, correction 
of parallels, township, and section lines in the 

Tenitory of Dt*h, to 

Preparing the unfinished records of public and pri- 
vate surveys, to be transferred to the State au- 
thorities, lu those districts where the snrvejs 
are alMut licing completed, ftc 

Bmuing and marki!!^ the boundary line between 
tbe United Stales and Mexico, under treaty of 
December 3D, 1863, per act March 3, 1656 

Expense of running and marking the boundary 
line between the United States and Mexico, (ar- 
rearages) 

Bngraviug maps, views, sectioiui, kc., of the sur- 
rey of the boundary between the United Slates 
and Mexico 

CompensaUun of commissioner and surveyor em' 
ployed upon tbe twundaty between the Dniled 
States and Mexico 

Expenses of runninR the boundary line iMtweeo the 
State of Tcias and the Territory of New Mexico. . 

Education in Florida— five per cent, of the net 
proceeds of the sales of public lands within said 
State _ 

Encouragement of learning within tlic State of Il- 
linois. (S per cent, fund) 

Common schools witbin the State Lf Iowa, (5 per 
cent fund) , ... 

Boads and canals within the State of Michigao, (S 
per cent, fond) ...... . ... 



9,689,715 34 
1, 343 4S 

9,423 16 

16,»0G 

2,671 99 

251 40 
5,049 56 

31,541 10 

27,511 



(23) 33,840 00. 

35,722 46 

(14)20,000 00 

4,645 64 
10,000 00 



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hi 



III 



11 






33,UO,098 S9 
1,343 i8 
14,189 16 

18,905 

2.871 99 

2G1 40 
S,019 M 

BS,641 10 

TT,611 93 

20,604 

61,696 72 

26,732 46 

20,000 00 

13,se3 06 
10,000 00 

6,S3S 18 
13,791 69 
34,219 34 

7,3.<ie 34 



4,44S 40 
9,369 61 
3,867 39 



665 33 
22,241 38 
17, 847 78 

9,074 98 



3, tT4 61 
19,097 64 
2,000 00 



6,635 18 
13,791 69 
94,219 34 

7,368 24 



8,843,942 39 
1,343 48 
9,743 76 



S 60 
261 40 



33,693,376 11 



BECEIFTS AHD EZPENDITDBEB. 



^Hjdfic object* of ^>pn^rlBtloil. 



BTATEMEST 



Brought foTwsrd........ 

BiMds and canal* witbio the Hhtte of Lontelana, (5 
percent, fund) .. 

Bcnda and cbd>Ib within the 6tnte of HiaHourl, (3 
per cent, fund) - 

Boads and canala within the Btate of HtHi«dppi, 
(3 per cent, fund) 

Two per cent, of the net proceed* of lands sold by 
the United States, relioquitibed to the State of 
Miasiwlppi - 

Boade and canals within the Slate of Alabama, on 
account of the fund from the proceeds (4 the 
sales of public lands 

Two per cent, of the net proceeds of laocls sold 
within the United States, relinquished to the 
State of Alabama 

Buads and Euuali within the State of Aikansss 
account of the S per tient fuod from the net 
proceeds of the sales of public lands 

Altetations and repairs of thu President's Houi 

BefuTuiahing the Picsident's House, per act March 
3, 1»57 

PortiailB of the Presidents of the United States ta 
the Executive Uansion 

Compensation of the doorkeeper to the President's 

CompensHtiou of aseistant doorkeeper to the Preid' 

dent's House 

Compensation of two night watchmenin the Fresi- 

deot's House 

Fuel for the President's House 

Furnace iieeper at the Presidrnt's House 

Purchase of books for the library at the Eitcii 

Hansion 

Erection of stables and conservator; at the Presi- 
dent's House, to replace those about to be taken 

Bemoviug the stone will which now forma the 
southern buundaty of the park at the Piet^iJent's 

Annual repairs of the CHplt'il, water closets, pub- 
lic stables, water pipes, &c 

Pnmishing and oruaniButlug the Capital with Buch 
works of srt, &c, , to be placed in either winK ul 
the eitendon, when ready fur theii reception. . 

To enable the President to contract wiib HIriiui 
Powers fur some work of art, eiocuted or to U 
•xccDted by Um, and suitable for ao omameut 
to the Capitol , 

Cairisd forward 



i8 2S,322,38t » 
IO,IT130 

14,318 78 



9,B3S 03 
16,Z9S 38 
10,B63 & 

"ii.ooo'oo,. 



IS, 000 00.. 
G, 000 00 .. 



KBCEIPT8 ASB EZPBNDITDBE8. 



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11 

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3S, 1 10, 711 21 


U2,661 89 


S3,S53,2T6 11 
10,971 30 
70,030 09 
14,328 78 

9,662 61 

31,938 44 

11, 29! 39 

18,700 79 
11,000 00 

30,000 00 

6,000 DO 

goo 00 

438 00 

1,200 00 

1,800 DO 

366 00 

482 60 

23,906 00 

16,000 00 
6,000 00 

IB, 260 00 
26,000 DO 


24,324,061 06 
10,97r30 
79,030 09 
6,907 06 

S, 173 OS 

31,938 44 

21,293 39 

18,700 79 
11,000 00 

3.418 68 

1,800 00 

600 00 

438 00 

1,200 00 

1,800 00 

366 00 

482 60 
20, 000 00 


18*, 738 44 


9,044,476 62 
















8,431 72 


9,&fi2 51 














11,193 29 
















11,000 01 














16,681 42 
3,100 00 























1,100 00 
























«,.. 








lS,Mft 00 






3,905 00 
16,000 00 












6,000 DO 
1,500 00 










16,760 00 
16,000 00 
















33,426,667 02 


542,683 89 


33,968,119 91 


24,648,678 28 


284, T3S 44 


»-l?ffWl,» 



516 



BECEIPT8 AND BXPEKDITnSES. 





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Brought tonwd 




9,910,706 48 

600 00 
600 00 


23,608,810 M 


Planting And rapdirs In^de the Capitol, new fUr- 












69 

69 
69 

69 
69 
60,67 


42D00 

438 00 
876 00 

l.IMOO 

COO 00 

32,000 00 






pnblic gioanda shout the Capitol 

for the protectioii of the buUdings lying soath 








Lighting tie Capitol Md Pr«ident'i Houm, >nd 
the public grounds around them, and around 


7, 000 00 
60, 812 OS 


EracrJoQ of the west wing of tha Patent Office 
building, and completing the diaina tor aaid 


Completing the ea«t wing of the Patent Office 






Erection of the north front of the Patent Office 


6D 


140,000 00 
S.OOO 00 

60,000 00 


200,000 00 


the Patent Office bnUding. to make them tt for 


Preparing the saloon of the wett wing of the Patent 
Office for the reception of modeU for patents, and 
for fitting up and famUhlng the same with suit- 






Casual repairs of the Patent Office building 

Furnishing the rooms of the new wing of the Patent 


60 


3,000 00 






CO 
60 




60,000 W 
6,000 M 






EngiavhigSl,520 copies of the mecbanioJ part of 


6BS 00 




60 
69 


3.600 H 
3,430 00 


PrtserratloD of the collections of the exploring ei- 


307 73 




Carried forward 


»10,m.491« 


23,810,344 H 



„Googlc 



BEGBIPTS AND BXPENDITDBB8. 



33,42S,5ST 02 



600 00 
99,000 00 



340,000 00 
8,000 00 



3,000 00 
3,787 73 



If 



hi 



39,000 00 

00,8S2 02 

1,192 40 

340,000 00 

B,000 00 



80,000 00 
6,000 00 



3,600 00 
3,767 73 



11 



lis 



800 0« 

93,000 OD 

49,000 00 
1,192 40 



80,000 00 

6,000 00 

686 00 

3,600 00 
3,203 47 



f 3 . 



|l 



8,000 00 
1, 802 OS 

190,000 00 
0,000 00 



33,994,830 77 646,966 8234,640,792 6924,886,893 99 285,046 86 9,368,851 H 

Cigogle 



RECEIPTS IND EXPENDITUBE8. 



Specific olijecta of Ai^)ropriation. 



11 
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Hi 

m 



Brought filrward 

Contingrat ezpensei for the coUectlooB of the ex- 
ploiiug expedition 

CoDstructiou and erection of mitable cases to re- 
ceive the ooIlectionB of the United SI«teB eX' 
ploring expedition, uid others, ftc 

Expense of the tnuufer of the coUectloDS of the 
Uolted States exploring expedition, and penua- 
nent arrnngement of the cases .. 

Patent fond.. , 

'i'o enable the Secretary of the Interior, noder the 
direction of the President, to purchase a lite In 
the ne%hborhood of Waehingtoo, erecting, 4o., 
an aiyluca for the insane of the District of Co- 
lumbia and of the arm; and navy . 

Support, clothing, and medical treatment of the 
iusane of the District of Columbia and of the 
army and naT7 at the asylum 

Purchase of agriciiltnral and horUcoltural imple- 
ments for the improvement of the grounds of the 
Insane Asylum, &c . 

Enclosing the grounds of the Insane Asylum, Dis- 
trict of Columbia . 

Salaries and incidental expenses of the Columbia 
Institute tor the deaf, dumb, and blind ... 

Uyntenonce and taition of deaf, dumb, or blind 
pupils, of the District of Columbia, at the Co- 
lumbia Institute . .. ... 

Snpport, &c , of eighteen transient paupera. District 
of Colnmhia.. 

Support of the penitentiary In the District of Co- 
lumbia 

Compensation of the wanlen, clerk, physician, 
cbiiplaia, &c., of the penitentiary, District of 
Columbia 

Compensation of three inspectors of the penlten- 
tlMjf, District of Colnmbia 

Bep^re of the Potomac, Navy Yard, and upper 
bridges, and to refund to Uie Conunlsnoner of 
l^blic Buildings $3,000 advanced to bim b; the 
city of Washington in 1863, &e 

Compensation of two drawkeepen, and for fuel and 
oil for the lamps of the two bridges across the 
eastern branch of the Potomac 

Compensation of four drawkeepera and awatchman, 
and for fuel and oil for the lamps of the Potonuo 
bridge 

To complete the Mdge »cro«a the Potomac at the 
UtUa Falls 



10,174,491 23 



23,810,344 H 

SDOOO 



2, GOO 00 
13,872 00 



3,000 (Kl 
4, 06a 00 

1S,HD Ot 

760 00 



ISl 44 
36, 337 00 



Carried forward.. 



BECEIFTS AND EXPENDITOBES. 



519 



ll 


1 


ill 


1 


Is 

11 

III 




3S,M4,e3B T7 


fi46,9fi< 81 


M, 6*0,792 69 
200 OO 

16,000 00 

2,000 00 
326, SS8 IT 

108, 073 00 

10,500 00 

2,600 00 
13,871 OD 
3, 000 00 

1,000 76 
5,000 00 
8, 966 00 

12, MO 00 
760 00 

12,000 OO 
1, ISO 00 

122 44 

39.326 67 


24,886,893 99 
200 00 

16,000 00 

2,000 00 
198,908 99 

GO, 000 DO 

SO, G<0 00 

2,600 00 
3, 000 00 
1, 789 40 

1,600 76 
3, 000 00 
4, 966 00 

12,640 00 
760 00 

U,000 00 

1,079 60 

122 44 
38,924 03 


286,046 86 


8,368,851 74 
























28,929 13 








26, WO 00 






































S,000 00 












4,000 00 
















11,000 00 






1,000 00 






























34,iS5,«)3 BO 


646,958 82 


5,011,880 02 


6,264,774 10 


286,046 86 


9,472,039 08 



520 



SBCEIFTS AND EXFENDITnRES. 



BpecUo objects of kppiDprlatioii, 



city 

CompeoMtloD ot diteen laboten employed on the 
public KTOQudB fmd Freddent'e garden. .... 

pDrcbane and repair of toob for laboren .... 

FaymeDt of laborers employed in EhoTelUng now 
from thewiilka to and aroand tbe Capitol, Fnsi- 
dent's Home, kc . 

Bupport of the pnblic greenhouHB, iaclnding pay 
of horticulturiBt aod aflBUtanla 

Manure, tools, fuel, rep^rs, purchaging trees, &o,, 
for Botanic gardens, &c . 

Fllliog up and draining grounds in the Ticinity of 
the national gieenhonie, known as the Botanic 
garden 

Eitecdlng the propagating department of the Bo- 
timlc garden, and introdadug water into the 



ae.&c.. 



BepairiDg heating apporatuB. lalsing, rep^ring 
paesBges, painting, reglailng, and eitendlmr 
seed -room and grecahouse 

Flagging the maaaarenae in tbe Botanic garden,&c. 

To complete the improTementc on the square south 
o( the Fresldeot'g House, provided, &c . 

Public reserration So. 2 and Lafayette equaie 

Furnishing lamp posts and lamps on the north, 
cast, and we.it sides of I^ayette square, and 
tahtng up and relaying the footways on the 
sonth ude, &c ..... .... 

Contlaoing Uie improyement of Judiciary aqoare, 
reptuiing feoceH. and completing the psvement 
around the same 

Continuing the grading and planting wiUk tree* 
the unimproved portions of the mull .. 

Purchase of trees and tree boxes to replace, when 
Deceasary, such as have been planted I>y the 
United States, and repairs of pavements in front 
of the public grounds 

Eire of two carts, at %i per day, each, for 260 days, 
for the public grounds. .. .. 

Manure for the public gronnds ...•.• 

Bepairs of Pennsylvania avenue 

Bepairing Pennsylvania avenne at the intersccUon 
of Seventh street, on the plan known as Belgian 
pavement 

Enclodng the circle at the intersection of Pennsyl- 
vania avenue with New Hampshire avenue and 
K street , 



«-3 
10,393,UB 91 



P 
III 

|li 

U, 079, 166 B9 
1,440 00 
10,800 M 



600 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
3,600 00 



e,ooo DO 

13,000 00 



6,111 » 
1,300 DO 



Carried forward «10,436,S06 91 24, 101, IM W 

Goo.;lc 



BECSirrS AND EXPEHBITTIBES. 






III 



If. 



^1 

li 

55 ■ 



2B,IU,TI4 10 
1,440 00 
10,791 00 



«, 121 1 
2,300 < 



e, 000 00 
IS, 000 00 



&,0OD 00 
l.fiOO 00 



600 00 
6,111 60. 
1,200 00. 

1,000 00. 



6,000 00 
10,600 00 



1. 000 00 
1,000 00 
3,000 00 

6,000 00 

1,600 00 



36,004,332 12 



26,320,136 eo 



286,040 86 9,479,143 BC 



BECEIPTS AND EXPENDTrUREaL 



STATEMENT 





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s 


1' 


l| 

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10,4Se,206SI 
7, 000 00 
l.GOO 00 

4,000 00 

1,760 00 
144 16 

ft,aoa 00 


U, 101, 168 » 


Completing the (trading Bod Kravelling of New 
Jersey avenue from north D street to New York 




Construction of a wooden bridge, with double 
track, acroBB the canal in the line of Maine 






Erectiug cast-iron lamp poeta. and ligbUnsths same 
with gas, from tbe western terminus of Penn 
aylvaoU avenae through Bridge and High 






Washington, and to detennlDe the plans for the 






Compensation and contingent eip«n»e« oi the aui- 
Uiarr guAid 


69 


1>, 400 01 


To enable the Secretary of the Interior to purchase 
600 burial lota In the Coagreeslonal Burying 


Flagging the footway in the Congressional Burying 
Ground from the entrance of the same to the 


60 


1,200 00 




21,000 00 
870 61 


Expenses of taking the seventh ceoios of the in- 






Arranging and binding for preservatioQ tbe origl- 






Defrajiug expenses of suits ag»last tbe United 
States for lands occupied by mwiae hospitals. 




12,600 00 




of the eastern district of Virginia, heretofore fur- 


69 


141 M 


To enable tbe Ijecretary of tbe Interior to take a 
peipi-tiial lease to the United States from the 
dty of UUea, New York, frae of taxes, &o., so 
many rooms in the city hall about to be erected 


Ii,DO0 00 
12,0CO 00 


To enable the Secretary of the Interior to procure 
a leaae from the board of supervisota of Ontario 
county, New York, for coar'-rooms and post 
office at CanandAigua, New York, and to furnish 












Cortled forward 


»10,608,0I1 61 


24, iM,on m 



BEOBIPTB AND EXPEMDITDBES 



1l 


it 


ii 


■fi 


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ll 

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Ii 


34,A98,3TS 30 


645,906 82 


S6, 084,332 12 
7,000 00 
1,600 00 

4,000 00 

1.760 00 
19,044 16 

6,000 00 

9,200 00 

22,000 00 
936 18 

ITl 13 

12,800 00 
249 00 

6,000 00 
12,000 00 


26,320,130 60 
7,000 00 


286,046 86 


9,479,143 66 


1,SOO 00 
4,000 00 






1,600 00 




4,000 00 








1,750 00 






10,262 87 
6,000 00 
2,200 00 

3, ODD DO 
936 18 




6,000 00 
























«5 64 

171 IS 












12,800 00 


12,800 00 
249 00 












5,000 00 






6,000 00 


















34,832,089 00 


540, 193 69 


^6,178,282 60 


^6,374,374 eJ 


285,048 86 


?';HtS«'if» 



BECEIPT8 AND EZPEKDrrUBES. 





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J! 
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Broaght forwrnrd 




10,608,071 61 

160 00 
3S,S6S 39 


21,m,017S9 


for the presemtion of recotds and papers of the 
wToral land offioefl in Bald Gtnte which have been 






39,73 

64 
64 


m.880 7J 




iHTiBmvBH wiTB louiaa HATicnra. 
Baladea of mlniitera of the UnlM Statee to Qreat 


1D,U1,1S0 00 

124,360 10 
48,208 32 


14, 236, MS 11 

271,000 0« 
20,350 DO 
3,000 01 


Ba1arie> of Mcretariea of legation of the United 


Balarie* of aniHtant aacretariei of l^^on at Lon- 


Mtary of legation at Madrid, wliUe acting ai 
chsrgi d'affiuree, In the yean 186:, 1BB3, 1854, 
and 1869, and the nbiy to which he would 
have been entitled at charg< d'afUiea during 


7,806 13 

1,000 00 

6,000 00 

8,000 00 

180,628 73 
568 49 

3,600 OC 
38,387 78 
13,290 B 

46 1 
















Salary of a consul general to radde In the BTitinh 






Balariea of United Btatee consnU and oonmei'dkl 


M 


273,760 K 




Blank books, stationer;, anna, preHsea, flags, and 


S4 
54 


60,000 H 
46,000 01 


Estimated logs by exchange of draft* of conguli 


Office rent of thoee oonsals general, consuls, and 

Thomae the amount expended by him in land- 
ing and storing the c»tgi) of the barque Amelia. 
of New Tork, laden with arms and munitloni of 














S,468 S 




Iuter,,reters, guardi, and other eipenses of the 


B4 
64 


3,eooog 

2,800 M 


3,068 9 




Cacrled forward 


tlO,07 6,813 7 


24,001,799 ir 



HECEIPT8 AND EXPENDITUBE8. 



525 



1l 


II 

pi 


P 

1 

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11 

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lis 


Is 

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li 


34, Ma, 089 00 


M6, 193 69 


35,178,283 G9 

160 00 
144,939 12 


26,374,374 66 
"136,009' 17 


286,046 ee 

160 00 
18 01 


9,618,861 OS 






8,911 9 






34,777,188 12 
396. 3S0 10 


646, 193 69 


36,333,381 71 

896,360 10 
68,768 71 
3,000 00 

7,206 13 

1,000 00 

6,000 00 

8,000 00 

466,643 39 
10, 178 62 

64,304 90 
83, 38T 78 
13, 901 20 

46 16 

2,133 96 
2,468 80 
3,000 00 

6,768 20 


26,610,363 82 

366,534 13 
17,026 85 
3,000 00 

7,206 13 
1,000 M 


286, 284 87 


9,627,773 02 


68,768 3! 


10 39 




61,742 8 


3,000 00 




T,30B 13 








i,eoo 00 








6,000 00 


6,000 00 








8,000 00 

294,603 GS 
5,466 06 

63,974 63 
7,767 65 
8,873 64 




464,278 73 


2, 264 06 
9,610 13 

894 90 










4,720 66 


63,600 00 




83,387 78 






13,190 66 


610 64 




6,037 66 




4< 16 




3,133 96 


434 63 




3,408 S( 


1,468 60 




3,000 01 




3, 000 00 
1,141 31 




6,6«8 94 


199 26 




4,636 89 






36,881,631 82 


661,916 63 


56,443,638 35 


36,177,403 13 


303,739 61 


9,973,3961 71 



EECBIPT8 AND EXPENDITUBES, 



Spedfic ot^ects of appropiiation. 



bought forwvd . 

InterpretorB, guaida, and other ezpenaea of the 
oonEolate at Bejrout 

Interpret«ra to the conBolateB In China 

SalftTf of iuterpteter and secretaiy to minion b 
China 

Intercouree with the Barbaiy PoirerH ......... 

Contingent eipenera of foreign iotcrcounie 

Contin^tnt eipiiDscB of all the mEHBioiu abroad 

C (uapenBatioQ of the commitBioner, secretary, chief 
'latronomer and surTefor, acEiatant aetronomec 
and Hurvejor, clerk, and for pravlgianB, tr 
portatton, &c , of the commiseion to run 
mark the boundar? line between the United 
BtAlet and the British possesslonB bounding on 
Wa^ington Territory 

CompenBatioD tocommisaioner provided in let arti- 
cle of the redprocltj treaty irith Qreat Britab.. 

For pet diem of commiBmoner and coupeneatlon 
of surveyor, provided in 1st article of the recl- 
piocity treaty with Great BHtsia 

For the prosecution of the work. Including pay of 
commiMloner and all other expeneea, piovided 
in 1st article of the reciprocity treaty with Qreat 
Britdn 

For boata and other incidental expenses coDDCCted 
with the duties of the oonunisdoner, provided 
in the Ist article of the reciprocity treat; with 
Great Britain 

Bxpensea attending the employment of sailing 
vessele, and for eurveya and umpirage..... 

Travelling expenses, transportation, rep^n of iu- 
Btrumenls, und other eipeuses 

To carry out the stipulations contained in the 3d 
article of the treaty between Uie United States 
and Denmark . 

To carry out the stipulaUon contuned in the Stll 
article of the treaty between the United States 
and the King of Denmark, to pay the interest 
provided lor in said treaty 

Awards undrr convention with Denmark 

Awards under the convention tietween the United 
States and Peru, concluded at Lima, Ac 

Awards under tbe convention between the United 
States and the Emperor of Brazil 

Awards uuder the Ist article of the treaty of Qtient. , 

Awards under cuDventlon with the Two Sicilies . 

Awards under convention with the King of tbe 
French , 

Carrlod forward........ 



. 10,9T6,SS3 70 
1,000 00 



24, SOI, 791 n 



2,260 00 
4. 252 49 
25,000 00 
82,319 00 



2,453 63., 

5,133 Gl.. 

15,672 95.. 

4,112 H9.. 

166 67 .. 



„Gooj;k' 



BECEIFT8 Ain> EXPENDITUBE8, 



m 



•I 
11 






36,443,538 S5 



26,177,40! 12 



7,160 00 
10,262 
86,033 19 
1GS,28T 01 



71,000 00 
3,000 00 



6,222 86 

16,760 00 

700 00 

893,011 00 



16, 672 95 
4, lis 
166 67 



292,739 62 
1,000 00 



9,973,396 71 



71,000 00 
1,600 00 



662,917 7a:i7,2&9,420 93 



2!J8,B62 3810,176,026 78 



BECEIPTS AND SXPENDirUBES. 



Bpedflc objects of appropriation. 



Bcouglit (brward 

Awudd under the cDuvention with the Hexlcon 
lepubllo 

AwardB andec the Ifith sitlcle of the treatjr be- 
tween the United States and Hexloo of Febniarj 
2, 1848 

To enable the Pretident to conclude n tre«t/ of 
peace with Mexico ..... 

CWmi on SpaJn, (old) 

Claimg on Fraooe, (old) 

To meet the necefearj' eipen«e« attendant apon 
the execution of the nenttaiity act of April IS, 
1818, 4o 

To enable the Becretaiy of State to defray the ex- 
pemieB of relcaaing from captivity among the 
lDdian£ of Queen Charlotte'H liland the crew 
and pameDgeiB of the American aloop "Oeor- 
giana" 

For expeuaea which may be Incurred, Ac, In res- 
cuing citiieiu of the United States from sUp- 



Bellef and protection of American M 



BedemptloD of United States stook, loan of 1842.. 
Bedemptlon of United Btatea stock, loan of 1846.. 
Bedemption of United States stock, loan of 1S4T.. 
Bedcmption of United StatM itoti, loan of 1848.. 
Bedemption of United Btatea Texan Indemnity 

•tock 

Premluiu on United States stock, loon of 184! 

Preminm on United States stock, loon of 1847 

Premlnm on Uoited States stock, loan of 1848 

Premium on United States Texan indemnity stock. 
Payment of hi terest on the public deU created since 

July SI, 1841 

Interest and Teimbursement of domestic debt 

Beimboisemeut of treaanry ttotea, per act July 22, 



BelmbDisement of treasury notes, per set Fettnia- 
Ty24, 1816 

Bdmbursementoftieogury notes, per act of Jannary 
t8, 184T 

Interest on treasury notes . . 

Payment of treasury notes, per 9th mcUod of act 
of December S3, 1857 



Carried forward.. 



11,1SS,10 

2,260 47 



3S4 60 
2,427 31 
11,731 



Is 
si 



26,fi86,S«»H 



614,270 81 

ZG,40I M 

1,769,960 M 

1,436,900 W 

!B, 000 00 
«l,4tT 08 
281,691 00 
S19,T44 00 



ni,3iS,3» »|»,324,786 111 

.ecy Google 



RECEIPTS AND EZPENDITDKE8. 



529 



1 


II 
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1 

li 


if 

M 
III 




Is 

11 


t! 


Se,S>6,60g 20 

s.sso ^^ 


603, 917 73 


37,369,426 03 
Z,g50 47 

82, (71 49 

8S4 60 
2,427 31 
11,731 01 

10, 130 00 

6,807 66 

3,000 00 
139,424 10 


26,786,436 77 


298,962 38 


10,176,036 78 
1,160 47 




161 20 




















1,427 31 
11,191 03 










10,000 00 

«,80T B8 
3,000 00 


130 00 


1,600 00 






S.80T 68 




5, 000 00 
138,871 89 




6,2« 18 












36,»«8,S8L 49 

CU,270 Si 

»6,400 00 

1,7M,9S0 0(1 

1,434,000 00 

18,000 On 


668,170 SI 


37, 516, 862 40 

SM, 170 81 

16,400 00 

1,769,980 00 

1,436,900 00 

28,000 00 
61,427 08 
181,691 00 
120,744 00 
1, 680 00 

1,066,433 20 
SI 

360 00 

6 00 

860 00 
1,901 16 

3,639,300 00 


16,938,969 86 

614,270 82 

26,400 00 

1,759,960 00 

1,436,900 00 

28,000 
SI, 427 08 
281,692 00 
229,744 00 
1,680 00 

1,656,433 20 


298,962 38 


10,288,920 16 








































IIB.TU 00 
















11,616 44 
















360 00 

5 DO 

860 00 
106 60 

3,639,300 00 
























eS4 16 




1,796 G6 


3,039,300 OP 










46,073,045 40 


680,610 51 


147,269,666 97 


36,863,977 68 


398,963 SB 


10,290,716 OS 



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fe: 

i 


II 

jif 






Il,3t8,t59 t4 




PByment of Intenrt on tn»mrj doIm, per 9th teo- 


•' 




BedempUoD of bonnty laiid itock, fawed ondei set 


>,S00 00 
2, 651 64 

1,104 >1 
311 11 
ISS u 

305, «4 5^ 




Pftnaent of inteiett on bonnty land »tock, noder 






Bedemptlon of Daited Btatcs 6 per oant. itock Is- 
■oed fbr p«ylng the prindpal snd Interest of the 






Payment of interaat on the Hexicw Indemnity, 






Pkyment of oertain rertlflcktes u MthoriKd, pel 






Pftjmeut of BDch cndlton of TexM w are com- 














U.ttT.tSO 99 

a,i5g.B6T as 

4,981,734 6fr 
e,30«,44S 31 


S6,M3.«»-1 












I3,I0*,3U» 










■18,418, 616 44 


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l,fiT3,046 it 
8,814 St.. 
9, HO 00.. 
X,8G1 M.. 



>1IT,203,«M 97 
8,81i 61 
9,000 00 
i,86i M 



■5 ^^ 

S«, 609,971 66 
8,8U 61 .. 
»0 00 .. 
41 96 .. 



J8 
II 

Hi 



9,976 00 
:, 810 68 



1,104 91.. 
311 11. 
138 04.. 



1,104 91.. 
311 11 .. 
138 «4.. 



1, 104 91 
311 11 
138 04 



47,001,351 T2 
9. 683, 036 64 
33,917,083 99 
19,418.804 73 



680,610 6147,681,86! !3 

343,618 14! 9,926,663 08 

2,081,200 66!36,098,8S4 64 

1,703,011 1221,121,815 85 

18 (,707,340 32114,618,090 ! 



36,712,376 
a, 610, 662 62 
27,760,322 18 
16,766,276 7S 

186,769,627 OS 



298,982 38 
2,724 £8 

210,746 64 
1,641 32 



10,670,623 SB 
3,382,276 38 
8,027.706 72 
6,313,998 77 

12 27,344,694 21 



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Pi 



Brought formtrd.. ...- 

PkjmeDt of loUiTeflt on treuniT notM, pei tth aec- 
tlonof act of December 23, 18GT 

Bademptfonof bonntj land (tock, isQed under act 
of Febnary 11, 1847 

^ymsnt of Inlereat on boanty land stock, under 
act of FebTOBty 11, 1847 

Bedemptioo of United States 6 per cent, itoch la- 
med for paying the principal and Intcieat of the 
4th and 6th IngtalmenU of the Mexican indem- 
nity, ko., per act of Aogugt 10, 1S4S. 

Payment of interatt on the Ueiican Indemnity, 
per act of Febraary 8, 1847 

Payment of certain certlficatca at anthoiiKd, per 
act of March 3, 1847 

Pajment of each credlton of Texas as are com- 
{Mreheoded in the act of September 9, 18G0, 
per act of February IS, ISfiS 



1,924,78(12 
8,814 91 



9,500 00 
2,651 64 

1,104 91 
311 11 
138 M 



Deparbnent d the Interior.. 

HUilary eatabliafamaDt 

NaTBleetabliahment.... 



11,687,660 99 
3,468,867 68 
4,98S,734 60 
6,309,445 S7 



SS, 333, 600 13 
e, 114,167 St 
28, 934, 919 49 
13,109,351 » 



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4<,S73,04ft tS 
e,8U 61 
S,ftOO 00 
S, S&I fi4 

1,104 SI 
911 11 
ISa 64 



17,263,666 >T 
8,814 61 
9,600 00 
i,S6i 64 

1, 104 91 
Sll 11 
138 «4 



;,6<S,9TT 66 

B,el4 61 

iU 00 

41 96 



10,:90,T16 03 



9,1» 00 
2,810 68 

1, 104 91 
311 11 
ISS S4 



47,001,361 72 
9,683,036 64 
33,917,663 99 
19,418,804 73 



&S0, 610 
341,618 
2, 081, 200 
703,011 12 



17,681,862 23 
9,926,663 '~ 
35,998,861 64 

21,121,816 85 



36,712,378 

6,610,552 62 

27,760,322 18 

15,766,276 76 



298,962 38 
2,721 68 

210,716 61 
1,611 32 



10,670,623 36 
3,382,276 88 
8,027.796 71 
6,363,998 17 



27,344,694 31 



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NOTES. 



<!.) On the finrt 6a,f of July, ISST, tbk In'uio wm 138,833 T4. The 
vbole of whldk WM truufbrred to " compleiton of the prioting: 
hcratofore ordered bf the S«nate aod Hoom of BepiewntkUrca, and 
Pinter for the aBine." 

(t.) Ihli halutce of 949,S0I) wu tnopferred bom the qtproprhtioD het«- 
tofote Id chuge of the War Department, ka " engraTtng Bap*! Jk., 
of ■ntreyi for tk« Adfc raHioad. ' ' 

(S.) Onthefintdsyof Jnir, IBST, Ihta bklsnee was lfO,ISS Tl 

To whidi kdd thU Bum twufcrred from the M,ppTopii»Hiat — 
*■ To npplT deSdenciea In tiie ^tpioprimUoDa for prmtii^ aod fc^r 
«(UialrtMadOB9SdCciogceH K.SSS 74 

llSS.flt 4T 



(4.) The unovnl appniptbted lor " derb, mnwngera, ftc, fa the «■«• 

of the Becretu; of the Interior " wh tl,fM W 

To which add thl» lam tnuuferred fron — 
"Beooidai, derka, Ac., hitheOeneral I^nd Officw" ITV N 



(5.) T%e UMvnt appropristed for " recorder, diBnghtsnan, cleilj, ftr. , hi 

Um General LftQd Office " wu 1»,D98 W 

From which dedoot thk sum tram^ired to — 
. "Clerlu, meneDgen, ko., in the office of the Secretarj of the In- 
terior" m w 

aiffs.fu «i 

(S.) The amonnt appropriated for *■ clerka and menengeri tn the effice of 

the Secretary of Wat " »m H.OM «> 

To which add thia nini tranaferred from — 
"Clerki and meaKDgen in the office of the Chief Englnen" l,40f M 

Slfi,4WM 



(T.) Thennoimt appropriated for "clerks and neueDgen hi the oflke of 

the Fajmaster Oeneral " wai 11,440 W 

Ftotn which deduct thia edid transferred to — 
■• Cleib) and meHeogen in the office of the Adjutant Ocaetal".... I.IMOt 

»1,M0 Ot 



8 ] The amoODt appropriated fbr ■' derki and mesaengen In the officv of 

the AdjaUnt Oeneral " wu. IS, 840 M 

To whicii add thia aum tmufened from— 
"Cterki and me«sengera In the office of the Paynaater General".... 1,100 (D 



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(9.) T^B ftmoimt mpproprlated for "clerk* uid meaeiigeis in the office of 

thoChief aiginoar" wu 8,SU 00 

lb which kdd tUi ram liuufeirad from — 
"Clnki mad meaaengen In the office of tlu Topographinl Eoglneen " 1,600 00 

9,8iO 00 

1,400 00 



(10.) n« Bmoiuit i4>pTopilated for " elwki and nuawngera in the office of 

thelbpogntpbltalBngliieen" wu 10, UO 00 

Ttam wliidi deduct thii sam tnotfetred (o— • 
" C3erka ukd meneiiKen in tlM o&M of tlie Chief EnjtineeT " 1,100 00 

•), 010 00 



(11.) On the flnt day of Jnlr, 1857, thb balance wM lS,82ft 00 

To wliich add thla iDin tiantfeired from^ 
"ChkfjDitioB, aaBodateanddUttictJadgeaof IheDidtedBtetet".. tSt 34 

•13, BUT 34 



<IS.) Ontbelntdarof Jnlr, 18B7, thii balanoe wm MO OS 

From which deduct amount tranaferred to — 
"Chief JDitico and anociate Judges of Uie Bapreme Conrt 

of the United Statea IBS 34 

" Dtitrlctjiidgei of the United Statoa" (T I) 

4S99 OS 



(13.) On the fint da; of July, ISST, (hia balance waa 31,423 SI 

To which add thia anm tranafeiTod from — 
"CIiiefJnatice,aaaoclale,BnddiitrictjDdgeaofUieniilted8tatM".. 87 SO 

$31,496 60 

(14) Ontheflntdajof JqIt, 18ST, thU balanoa wm 6,696 87 

To which add thla iam, bdng an old balanoe traufeTred from — 
" Dtrtrict attomeTB and maiihaU of the United Statea" 389 73 

•0,686 00 



(13.) On (he flnt dar of Julr. 1867, tkia balance waa 

Fh>m which deduct amoant tianaferrftd U^- 

"Knetionof marine hcapital at SnTllDgton, Iowa" 1,114 SI 

"Ten par oant. for oontlngent ezpeoaea In encdon of 

DMiine hcapital at BntUogtoii, Iowa" 880 88 



534 BECEIFTS AND EXFENDITUBES. 

(IT.) On th« flnt d>r of Jnly, 18GT, tbti UUnoe vm T.tTtM 

To which tdd BmoDot transferrad from — 
" Coutniction of mariae hDapttalat Dstridt, UicUgaQ" ..... l,tU tl 

(le.) Ontheflratdarof Jalr, 18G7, thk bahnog wm IH II 

To which add thil som tnnafsirad tiam — 
'■CoDatmctloiiofmailtiehoqiital at Detroit, Hlchigan" 880 St 

$l,m<IT 

(19.) On the flnt dar of Jnl7. leST, thit balanoe was 5,1731) 

From which dedoct amoant traaifarred to — 
"Ten percent, for oontiiigeDt szpenieiineiectioac^aoaBtoni-hoaM 
at Barnatable, Ma»achn«etU " SH a 

tt,rnu 

(to.) On the flrft daj of July, 18ST. thia balance waa 

To whkh add amoimt tnaafeirBd from — 
" Ciuhnn-hoiue, kc., at Gloaoealer, HanachnBetta " SIH SS 



(11.) TbIsinm(U, S91 96} waatmuferredfiom "Smreri lo theaonthem 
yvtt of Iflaouri, east of the meridian, at a late not exceeding ti 
permilo." 

{2i.) On the fint daj of Jnlj, 18&T, thU balance waa tfi,fi»l 90 ; the 
whole of whloli waa tiansfsired to ' ' SDrreriiig the ]mbUc land* and 
prirate land clalmi Id Callfomla." 

(33.) On UiB&nt day of July, IB5T, thia balance waa 

From which dsdnct amount tranaferred to — 
■■ BngraTing mapa and Tiew* of Burrey of the bonudary between Uw 
United Btatea and Mexico" 



53, 8» M 
10, too M 



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STATEMENT 



THE BALANCES OF APPBOPBIATIONa DHEXPENDED ON THE SOtb OF JUKE, 1857 ; 



THE APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES 

THE DBPABTM BNT OF THE UTTEBIOE, 



THE FISCAL YEAK ENDING JUNE 30, 1858; 



The WKXpemdtd babiinoa on the 30fA day of J\mt. 1858, xahicK art to be 
accounted/or in the next annual atatemeni. 



Man — Ttie figiim in the columiu of Uiii (tetoment, headed " Bflferenoei to acta," 
refer to the particular acta of apprt^riaUona (on the next p«gea) which anthorlie the 
expendltare of the idiu placed In the column hewled " Appropriation* toi the fiual jeat 
endinc June SO, ISSS. 



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Statement exhiJntiTig the bcdancea (f appropriaiions unexpcTuied on the \st 
Department </ the Interior for tkefiacal year ending June 30, 1858 ; 
wAtcA are to he accounted/or in the riexl annual ataiement. 



April ie,lBl6 
HftichlS.lSIS 
HMch 3,1819 
VUj Ifi, 1628 
Much 1,1831 

Tnoe T,1832 
April 20,1836 
Ju. 9, 183T 
April fl, 1838 

Aug. 11,1848 

JdI; 31,1864 

Dm 19,1BB4 



MmoIi 3,1S6T 
tbn^ 3,1867 
tbrch 3. 18GT 
Hay 39, 1888 

Juno 1, 1868 
JoDB 8, 1868 
JuiM 14,1868 



Ad act entitled " An act Id addition to an act entitlsd ' Ad ad h 
An act to prorlde foi certain peraona engaged In tbe land and nanl 
An act nuking proriiioa for tbe ciriltiation of the Indian briber 
An act for tbe relief of certain HurriTing officen and aoldiera of Vbt 
An act to provide for the pnuiihment of otTencea oomn^tted in 

An act mpplementarj tO'"An act for the reliuf of certi^D mrrliing 
Ad act carrying into effect Um treatlea with the CbicluuaK Indlui 
An act to legulato in certain CMes the dispoaltion oT the pcoceedi of 
An act directing the tnnifer of moae]r remaining oacUitoed l)T 

Statei. 
An act re*iTing certain naval peniloni and estendlDg ike bancfita 

b> tbe navr, and to their widows. 
An act making appropriation! for the cnrrent a&d conUngoit 

Indian tribee for the year ending Jnne SO, 18S5. and for otbs 
An act to proride for the eiUngulahmeDt of tbe title of the Chip 

and the Etate of Wiaconrin, and fbi their domeatication and 
An act for the relief of Bonn Qaoij and others. 
Ad act making appropriations for tbe cnrreDt and oontingwl 

Indian Mbea for the jeai ending June 30, 1856, and 'or other 
An act making ai^tnpTlaUoni for restoring and maintaining the 
An act for the constnictloa of a road from Fort Ridgely, in the 

NebrsHka. 
Ad act making appropriations far the current and couliDgeBt 

Indian tribes for tbe year ending Jnne 30, 18BT. 
Ad act making appropiiatlons for the payment of InTmlid and othsr 
An act for the oMistmctlon of a wngon road tttna Fori Keamty, 

portion of the Slate of California, and for other pnrpoaci. 
An act making appropriations for the cnrrent and coattngial 

Indian tribes for the year ending Jnne 30, 18G8. 
An act for tbe construction of a road In the Territory of Nebraska. 
An act for the relief of the BnrriTing chlldreD of Banh Van Ptit, 
Ad act for the relief of Mark and Elcbard H Baan, of the State tt 
An act making appropriations for tbe cnrrent and contlngKi 

Indian tribe* for Che year encUng Jane 30, 1859. 
Ad act for the relief of William B. Trotter. 

An act for the relief of the legal repreMntattvee of DanM HtJ. 
An act to gnpply defldendes In the ap[Hi^)riationi for th« cBiwt 

with varioD* Indian tribea for the year ending Jnne 30, 1838. 



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f^ Jvky 1857 ; dim the appropriaiioJis and sx^xTiditures on accouni (^t}ie 
together with the unexpended balances on the iOth day of June, 1858, 



officer! «]d Midlers of the reTolDtion." 

of October 10, 1832, and Hftf 14, 1834. 

luid ceded ty Indian tribe* to the United Btatee. 

oeitaln penidonen, ud anthoildng the payment of the nine at the Treamry of the United 

of carton existing I&wi reipecting naval peoiloat to engineen, flremeD, and coal'heavera 

eipeniei of the Indian Departinent, and foi tulfllling tteatj atlpulatlonB with Tariou* 

pewa Indiana to their laadi owned and claimed bj them In the Territory of Ulnneaota 
dvUiMtfan. 

ezpenM* of the Indian Department, and Ibi falfilitng treat; stlpalatioDt with vailoai 



•xpeniea of the Indian Department, and toz falfllllng treaty alipalatlona with variona 

pendon* of the United Statet lot the year ending June SO, ISfiS. 

tia the South Pan of the Kooky mountain* and Great Salt Uke railey, to the eariera 

eipenie* of the Indian Department, and for fnl&Uing treaty itipDlation* with TOrioo* 

widow of John Van Pelt, a T«TOlatloaary loldler. 

eip«nte* of the Indian Department, and for fniftlling treaty atipniatioiii with Tarton* 

and oonUngeot eipenwl of the Indian Department, and tor falfilllng treaty itipnlation* 



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BECEIPT3 AND KZPENDITUBES. 



Specific object* Of ftppropriatlMl. 



■8-S 
|1 



loTBlId penslniu, annj .- 

Half-pa; peasioag to wldoira and orphaiu, pajable 

through tba Third Auditor's office 

Peniioni, act June 7, 1S32 

Pen^ng,>cl80fMan:hIB,IBlB;lIa]'lfi, ISZS; J 

Jun«7, 1833 1 

Peniiona tovldom and orpbana, act July 4, 1836.. 
PeiuloDB, acta Jona IT, IBii ; Februarjr 2, 184B ; 

July 29, I84B 

PeuBioDa, acta Julv i, 1B3B, mc. 3 ; July 7, 1838 ; 

HarchS, 1843; jun«lT. lS4i; Pebniar72,iei8; 

Jal; 29,1848: Febmarjr 3, ISfiS, sac 2 

Half-pay pemioni to widows and orpbans, acta of 

July 21, 1848; February 3, 1B&3, sec. I; aod 

under ipecial acta of CongTMi 

TTnclaimed penaloiu, army 

Invalid peuaions. navy ...... 

Navy pendoDE (fire yaarB) to widows and orphans, 

act August 11, 1848 

Kavy privateer penxtons, act April S, 18S6 

Unclaimed pensions, nary ...... 

Navy pensi'Q fund . 

FuIBIIing treaties with Blackfoot nation of October 

17, 18SS 

Fulfilling treaties with CamotidiM, Eiowaa, and 

Apaches of Arkaoaas river 

Fnldlling treaties with Chippeww of lAke Superior 

of fteptamber 30, 1864 

Fulfilling treaUea with Cblppewas of Imke Snperioi 

and tha Uissiaslppi 

Fulfilling treaties with Chlppewas of Saginaw 

Fulfilling treattei with Chippewaa of Baginaw— pro- 
ceeds of land. - 

Fulfilling treaties with Chippswai of Saginaw, Swan 

Creek, and Black rlTet 

Fulfilling treaties with Chippewas of the Miuls- 

dppi of February 22, 18S5 

FnlflUlDg treaties wltb Chlppewas of Bault Bte. 

Marie 

Fulfllliofi Ireatlea with Chlppewaa, Henomonlea, 

Winnebagoci, and New York Indians 

Fulfilling treaties with Chlppewas, OtUwat, and 

Pottawatomlet . 

Fulfilling treaties with Cherokee*— prooeeda of 

laud 

FalfiUlng treatlea with Creeks 

Fulfilling treatlea wltb Chlckaaaws 

FumiliDg treatlea with Cbriatian ladUns 

Fulfilling tteatiea with Cboct»m 



102, SOS 47 
37,069 69 



291 31 

6,008 89 
15,828 33 



84 I 
19,434 71 

63,677 93 

7,704 Gfi 

76,B31 62 



3,461 80 
10,171 SO 
7,221 «S 



800 00 

40 45 

M. 286 M 

3,091 00 

800 00 

SI, ISO 00 



Carried forward. . 



$613,776 81 1,981,641 *4| 

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i| 


i! 


II 
HI 


1 


is 

II 


,4 


&T8,eOB 47 


36,463 93 


614,069 40 

37,069 69 
24 

106,964 66 
6 6S 

61 

673,270 84 

220,686 32 
33,4r<2 94 
66,634 42 

146,649 06 
2,8S4 47 
1, 106 60 
33,239 03 

63,677 93 

31,829 69 

128,211 81 

41, 133 49 
6,740 OS 

3,461 80 
40.411 30 
69,581 47 
17,478 00 

4,362 S8 

800 00 

40 45 

27S, 447 80 

6,092 00 

800 00 

66, 6S0 00 


498,203 72 
1, 673 90 




116,896 68 

36,389 79 
24 

10,414 49 
5 68 














17,609 06 


96,640 06 










69,472 66 

28,794 01 

111 47 

10, 706 09 

4, 040 79 
133 00 






612, eOT IB 


408,319 74 

186,706 *0 
24,942 88 
22,451 21 

133,668 24 

1,884 00 

993 60 

2,406 48 

33,038 87 

23,680 89 

66,907 34 

1,436 46 
300 00 




363,960 10 

34,878 91 
4,640 06 
44,083 21 

11,980 81 


191,791 31 
33,371 47 




SS.SZa 3! 








2,761 4; 




1. lOS » 






19,434 71 


8,800 32 




20,829 96 
20,639 06 






32,704 66 


124 94 
3,000 00 










41, 133 49 




38,697 03 
6,440 08 

3,461 N 

9,910 T4 








3,481 BO 










34,491 66 

61, 898 36 
17,475 00 
2,578 00 




5S, 608 36 


973 12 
















1,784 68 




















10,020 90 


40,340 90 
3,093 00 










3,000 00 








60, OBO 00 


-1- 


32,060 00 












2,499,342 69 


17S, 140 29 


1,670,482 94 


1, 098, 689 Oft 




971,793d94 



540 



BBCEIPT8 AND EXPENDITURES. 



Bp«dflc objecti of appropiiktion. 



STATEMENT 



is 



Is 



Bronght ftmntd 

FnUlIlog tTMtlM with ChMta, Sootoa, and Dmp- 
qoa Indinos-.. . 

Fulfilling trMUeH with Calapooia, Holftlo, and 
Clockamu iDdinuB 

Pulfllling (rwtiei with Delftwares 

Fnlfilling trestiM witb DeUwMM— proceeds of 
Und 

Fnmillng tnatiN with n^lda lodtans or Beml- 

FolBlllDB tToaUn with lowia 

FolAlliat traaticB with Iowm— proceeds of land... 

FnlfilliDg treattei with Eanm 

FnUlllDK treaties with Kickapooe 

Fnlflllitie: treatiei with Saakaaklai, Peorlaa, Weai, 

and Flaokeeliawi 

Fviaillng tnatiea with EaBkaaklaa. Peoriat, Weaa, 

Mid Plankcihawi— proceeda of land 

Falfllllng treatie* with Uiuntea 

PnlBlling treatiei with Hiamiea of Eel Hrer 

FniailliiK tceatiea with MenomoaiM 

Fniaillng tieatlea with NaTajoee.. 

Fulalling traalles with Ottawa* and Chi[q>ewai.... 
Fnifilliog tre«Us« with Ottawa* and Chippewaa of 

Hicbigan 

FnlBUing trestiea wlUt Ongea 

Fulfilling treadet with Omahaa 

Folfilling treaties with Ottavaa 

FQlAlling tieatiea with Ottawas of Kuuas 

Fnlfliilug treaties with Ottoes and MuBOurlaa 

Fulfiilldg treaties with Fottawatomiea 

FulBlllDg Beatles with Pottawatomies of the Hdtod 

FQlBiling treaties with Pawnen 

Palfiliing treatiea with Pnget's Bouud band* of ID- 



Fulfil ling treaties with Qn^aw* 

FuiOIHiig treaties with Bogus BITOT Indians 

FniltlliDg treaties with Sioux of Hisslaaippl 

FalAiling treaties with Sacs and Foxes of HiniHin)!. 
FalfllilDg treaties with Sacs and Foxes of Hiseonrl. 

FalfilllDg treatiea wltli Senecaa 

Foiailing treaties with Senecas of New Tork 

FnlfllliDg treatica with Senecaa and Hhawnesi 

Fnlfltling treaties with Sfaawnees 

Fnlfllllug treaties with Six Natloni of Kew Tork .. 

Folfllllng treaties with Btockbridge* 

Fulfilling tteaUes «IUi Stockbridges and Hddmss— 

act of FebmarrS, 18SB 

Fulfilling treaUes with Dtahs 



S1!,TS5 81 
S,090 00 



65, SSI 61 
l.IflO 00 
»,2S8 41 
ll.SBT GO 
ll.fiSl Sfi 

4,1118 

40,407 <4 

1I,S8S 63 

1,734 00 
2,(100 

10,161 to 

71,028 15 

400 00 

I) 11 

11,SOO 00 
1,099 10 

10,000 00 
tlB,TS3 49 

Bfl,3Sl Oi 

11,140 00 
1,371 69 

11,0411 90 
1,760 M 
4,T0< SS 
4.011 »0 
1,000 00 



l,9St,64S il 

6,9BD OC 

12,160 -. 
3.7M0(I 

577, 606 » 

111,000 DO 
1.876 DO 

102,669 K 
10,000 M 
19,000 to 

9,940 0(1 

3.16,974 ID 
69,931 OV 

1,10« M 
48,664 ft 

6, DOOM 



65,040 
29,46G 
41,140 Of 



1, 891 II 
3,860 H 
6,870 « 
l,6«« 

1,901 U 



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BECEIPTS AND EXnOIDnUBES. 



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176. HO IB 
8,307 31 
S,4M 08 


3,670,482 94 

35,577 S2 

19,946 68 
10,319 60 

980,993 49 

332,931 6R 
8,468 84 

182,775 IS 
33,761 64 
30,096 27 

19,410 19 

856,690 63 
116,681 92 
2,200 00 
88,683 32 
16,597 60 
21, 631 96 

69,308 OS 

66. 606 37 

63,406 63 

1,734 00 

6,200 00 

33,464 It 

132,010 n 

800 DO 

71 1 69 

20,000 00 
4,719 20 

22,600 00 
411,064 96 
170,271 02 

37,110 0(1 

4,031 es 

32,049 iO 
3,820 0(1 
109,796 2 
9,112 90 
1,000 00 

63,789 26 
26, 8U 61 


1,698,389 00 

10,070 00 

14,620 00 
6, 912 60 

907,369 64 

116, 668 09 
4,916 03 

147, 046 86 
8, 045 00 
20,750 00 

14,636 SI 

390, 190 80 
66,070 03 
1, 100 00 
37,770 88 
14,368 66 
6,230 00 

63,163 84 
23,609 06 
62,307 17 




971,793 94 

IS, SOT 33 

6,436 68 
4, SOS 10 






1(,610 00 




980,678 S3| 


414 9<I 
1, 874 71 








66,263 49 
3,643 81 
86,728 36 
34,818 64 
8,S46 37 

4,774 88 

46,499 83 
60,611 89 

1, 100 00 
60,812 3i 

1,138 86 
16,311 98 

6,966 84 
43,096 33 
1,099 46 


8,458 84 




lis 84 








S»,095 IT 
19,410 19 










lis 9S 
S87 41 














7,790 U 






















741 S3 


















2,900 00 

29,491 60 

38,378 44 

400 00 








1,163 50 
882 47 




3,963 60 
93,633 38 












TIB 48 








30,000 DO 

2,076 99 

7,257 42 

241,680 67 

74,438 00 

12,944 11 

1,850 00 

11,802 60 

1,630 00 

103,760 00 

3,932 00 

66 00 

16,408 00 
4, 196 43 






4,719 2a 






3,642 31 
16.342 68 
169,974 39 
96,833 OS 












170,271 02 


















22,949 41 
3.S20 00 




























),OtM 0» 








7,<4t 31 
3,813 30 










32.618 11 






fr,819,lU B3 


IU,033 87 


6,033,148 39 


4,136,373 01 




1,90T,71«,38 



542 



BECEIPTS AND EXPEHDirUEES. 



Bpedfic objeota of ^ipropriatlOD 



I! 

•B-5 

ii 



Broaght forward 

Fulfilling tTMties with Umpqou — CowCieek baud. 
FulBlling tnatles with Umpquu mad Calspootu... 

Fulfilling treaiiea with Wlnnetagon 

PuimtiDg treaUea with the Wj^udotta 

IntereBt due Chlppewu of Swan Creek 

Interest due Chlppewu and Ottawu 

loterest due ChlppewH, Ottawaa, and Fottawato- 

tsies — education ,,. 

Interest due Chippeww, Ottkwaa, vid Potlawato- 

mies^millB 

Interest due Choctaw* — education ....... 

Interest due Choctaw orphan reserratloni 

loteiest dne Choctawa under conTenUon with 

Chlckasawi 

InteroEt due Choctaw claimaDts 

Interest due Cherokeea under treaty of lSS5'-36 .. 

Interest due Cherokee orphans ... .. 

Interest due Creek orphans 

Interest due Delawarea 

Interest due lowas 

Interest due lodlui tribe* and reimburaable 

Interest due Kaskaskias, Feorlu, Weaa, and HaQ- 

laterest due Menomoniea . .... 

Interest fine OsAges— education 

Interest due Ottawaa of Blanchard'sFork .. 

Interest due Ottawa* of Boche de B(Buf .......... 

Jnt«rust due Benecaa .. .. 

Interest due Senecaa of New York . 

Interest due Benecaa and Shawneea . 

Interest due Bhawnees 

Interest due Stockbridge* and Hnn>e«« 

Interest due W;audotta 

Carrying into effect treaty with the Chlcltaaaws, of 

October, 18S2 

Chickuaw orphans 

Cherokee schools— 1819 

Incompetent Indians .. ..... . 

Kansas schools , 

Paj of superintendents and Indian agents ... 

Fa; of Indian sub-agent* 

Pay of interpreters 

Civilization of Indian* 

Present* to Indians 

Provision* lur Indians 

Buildings and repaln at theagende* 

Vaodnatiou of Indians... 

Medals for Indian chleb 



ESO ( 
I.eSO OD 
6T,S4S 47 
4,fiT8 
1.G08 52 
4,926 64 

3,!1T 36 

18,020 BS 
E,T95 36 
2!,8S8 92 

16, 121 78 
17,410 67 
G.fiSS IT 
S.TIS 00 
10,24& Bl 
1,293 17 



4,115,551 65 
550 00 

«,3ta w 

9T,4S6 
I£6,6«< 
335 14 



119 63 



4,122 II 

13,006 35 

608 40 

94 26 

125 OU 

46 96 

446 49 

1,469 07 

4S8 36 

e,0ie 52 

133,363 6) 

2,486 48 

18,335 2H 

3,703 66 

16,346 69 

4, US 93 

3,640 65 

13,449 41 

12,014 44 

6,837 66 

(5> 12,906 00 

2,369 18 

2,646 00 



Carried forward |$2,lt7,227 33 4,746,111 U 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 



543 



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11 
li 


Ill 


li 
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S, 819,114 a2 


214,033 87 
1, m 43 
9, 186 04 


6,033,148 39 
2, 272 43 
17, 226 64 
ISB, 430 47 
131,246 62 
1,843 76 
8,172 18 

3,052 29 

26, 138 BG 
8,698 88 
26,482 41 

43,8B6 86 
17,410 67 
36,318 08 

7,065 00 
21,974 29 
30,884 97 

4,108 22 
119 53 

8,362 80 

12,386 33 

14,908 79 

1,016 80 

188 62 

376 00 

46 96 

1,339 44 

1,451 07 

760 60 

13,364 20 

200,961 49 
2,667 70 
25,049 14 
3,703 68 
17,849 99 
98,341 49 
14, 178 OB 
54,299 25 
27,204 01 
10,336 35 
26,338 81 
13, 140 73 
2,648 00 
3,000 00 


4,126,372 01 

1,050 00 

8,040 00 

101,830 80 

126,666 67 




1,907,776 38 


1, 100 0( 














63,699 67 
4,678 66 
1,B43 76 
6,172 IB 


131, su as 






1,843 T< 






8,172 li 








S,9ftl SI 




3,962 29 

2,176 00 
6.384 58 
9,581 67 

20,826 00 




25,972 SB 


165 97 




23,963 85 
3,314 30 
16,900 54 






2t,482 41 
















17,410 67 
22,182 91 


3li,318 Of 




14,155 17 

7,065 00 
9,600 00 




7,06S OC 






21,974 2S 






12.374 29 

30,884 97 

4, 108 22 

119 63 

8,352 80 

9,366 33 
13,492 86 
616 80 
186 51 
260 OD 
46 96 
892 96 

1,469 07 
156 12 

2,812 84 

135,711 49 
2.667 70 
1,834 88 
3,703 68 
17,849 99 
10,787 23 
3, 137 09 








4, 108 2S 
























12,366 3! 




3,000 00 

1,416 93 

600 00 




14, >0H 7S 






1,016 S< 






188 fi] 






876 W 




125 00 




46 Si 










446 48 




1,469 01 










624 48 
10, 691 36 

65,260 00 




13,364 2( 






S00,ft61 49 






2,007 7( 






2S,049 14 




23,214 26 










17,849 9S 








87,830 61 


6,510 88 
37 43 
7, 349 84 
179 57 
98 80 
1,630 81 
771 55 


65,654 26 
11,040 99 
30,728 70 

6,191 69 

9,210 16 
16, 348 84 

3, 270 00 
350 00 

3,000 00 








46,949 41 










10,237 fif 












12,369 It 




9,870 78 
2,196 DO 






3,000 00 






6,892,943 76 


24S, 136 79 


7,136,080 66 


4,706,868 46 




3,417,412 89 



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BECEIPTS ASD EXPENDITURES. 



II 



^ledflc ol^eoti of i^propriatbm. 



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Hi 

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CooUngenciea of the IndUn d^Mrtment 

fvj of clerk to inperllitoDdelit mt 8t. Lodu... 
Pkjof clerk to Eaperlatendeat In CaliromU... 
Temporarr clerks to saperlnteDdeiiU o(^ ludloa 

loddental eipenwi of Indian serrlce tn California. . 
IncideDtol expeniw of iDdltm service Id Utah Terrl- 



2,UT,i2T 33 

i<e}ll,983 27 

65 91 



4, T«, 7 16*3 
98,00* 00 






Incidentat ezpnnaei of Indian serrlce in Washing- 
ton TorritOTj- 

Inddeotal expeoaca of latUan lerTioe In Oref^on 
TerritoTj 

loddental expenaea of Indian serTioe In Neir 

NcgotiatinBtcBatteairi^indianain'ubJi^cTitoTj. . 
Negotiating treatlea with Indiana in Oregon Terri- 

NegotiatJDg treatlea wllh Indiana in Waahiogton 
Territory 

Negotiating treatlea with Rogoe River and Cow 
Creek band of Umpqna Indiana In Uregon Teiri- 

Negotlatlng treaties with Apsche, Havajoe, and 
Utah Indian* in New Hexioo 

Negotlatjng treatlea with Cblppewaa of I«ke B 
perior of September 30. 18S4 

Negotiating treatiea with Chippewna in Ulnneeota 
and WlBconsin — eitingulahing Utlei to laude . 

KegattatingtreaUeawithChlppewaeratiBedinlB48. . 

Holding treatlea with Tariona Indian tribes in Cali- 

Holdlng council with Blackfoot, Oros Ventres, and 
other wild tribes of Indians In Washington Ter- 

A.djuBtliig difficulties and preventing outbieaka 
among Indians in Oregon Territory 

Payment of liaUlitles of Indian service In Oregon 
Territory 

Inaarance and transportation of onnnlties to Indian 
tribes in Oregon Territory 

Inaurance, tranaportatlon, Ac. , of annnitlea. goods, 
&c., to Indian tribes In Utnneaota, Michigan, 
and WUconein 

Compensation of three special agenta and three in- 
terpretera for Indiana of Texas 

ColonlalDg, auf^rting, ke. , Indiana In l^zas 

Carried forward 



IS.llB SO 

t9,30S 00 

IS, 407 SI 

2t,4tT 90 
19, its 45.. 

7,12T 98.. 

2,732 87.. 



10,0 
Ge,OD0 0ll 
39,600 H 

47, MO eo 



I,15S 04.. 
l,4no 00.. 



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(,89!, MS 76 


143, ISS 79 

778 47 


T,13G,0B0 6S 
110,769 14 

1,266 91 
G, 626 00 

6, 1B4 01 
31,644 96 

32, 148 60 

96,30! 00 

64,907 82 

71,467 61 
27, 118 46 

8,713 68 

2,732 SI 

3,063 68 
11,299 16 

70 

1,974 SO 
108 6fi 

636 47 

760 00 
10,000 00 
1,183 IS 
!,B01 18 

23,872 44 

16,8Bft 46 
136,997 19 


4,708,668 46 
66,863 91 

600 00 
6,210 60 

6,060 DO 
26,893 14 

SI, 148 60 

76,803 33 

64,907 82 

67,694 83 
27, 118 4fi 





2,427,422 00 


























fi.soi :i 




6,761 8! 












18,499 6T 










, 2,629 71 
S,060 00 

1,696 10 




13,861 78 




















1, 000 00 


03 &S 




























1,974 30 
208 66 






















M7 <0 


102 60 


760 00 
10,000 00 
1,061 3! 






10,000 00 






128 62 
1,107 18 












:S,6T1 44 


20,861 20 

16,386 46 
77,604 91 




8,611 14 






















T,fi39,191 13 


2«,7S6 86 

I6b 


7,801,918 SB 


6,138,193 89 




2,613,734 «l 

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BECEIPT8 ANB EXPESSITDBES. 





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1^ 


11 

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S,39S,19& 36 
67,868 76 


6,148, »I6 ST 


Beouml ud nlMiateDce of Indiuu iaCkUfomU to 




BcMonl and BQMstence of Indiani of California to 

pbjadaim, iimlUu, meohanlca, and I&boreta at 
the rwarvatloiiB 


19 
19 
19 


isi.oteoo 

BO,OM00 
60,000 00 


Bemonl and mbd^ace of Indiana in Or^Qn 




BemoTal and BubslBtcnce of Indlane in Waahlng- 






6,000 00 
3,670 75 

2,000 00 

3S6 82 

19,400 16 








Bemoval ot such Seminole Indiana aa may nu- 


















Collecting and eatabliahinK the Southern Camau- 


19 
19 


60,000 00 
70,000 M 


Indian tribea per treatj of Fort laiamie 


8<,27t 2S 
30,937 60 
a, 290 69 
4,81* 38 
4,136 03 

319 62 

1, 000 OO 
1,674 14 

01 








Fttf ment of ench Cberokeet aa were omitted In the 


11, IS 


3,178 « 


Fajmeat for goods borrowed b; J. S. Watrous and 


Payment to Cherokee Nation of STSi, 603 3T and 
Interest, at S per cent., from June, 1838, until 






Payment to A. V. Brown and others for ransom of 












Payment of award* under articles 12, 13, and 16 of 






Pajment to Kinnwais, or David King, of Michigan. 
Payment of the value of property of Bakei and 


19 
19 


lOCOt 

»00 




Payment to Spnnk, or Bold Frog, aSai Joieph 


400 00 
3, 809 2a 

iSOH 


















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262,736 Se 
3, 14B 71 


7,801,928 69 
^1,017 46 

162,000 00 

60,000 DO 

60,000 00 

0,000 00 
3,670 76 

2,000 00 

3S&S1 

13,400 16 

60,000 00 
106,272 26 
10,937 60 
42,390 69 
8,203 11 
4, 136 03 

366 10 

1,000 00 
1,674 14 

01 
100 Oft 

60 00 

400 00 
8,641 89 

280 94 


6, 188, 193 99 
32, 868 76 

162,000 00 
60,000 DO 
66,083 00 












IGS.OOO 00 

fiO,000 00 

60,000 00 

6,000 00 
3,670 76 

S.OOO 00 






















6,000 00 














8,000 DO 






325 82 


13,400 16 

M.OOO 00 
106,171 26 
30,937 60 




12,918 26 

1,000 00 
69,114 23 
30,937 60 








49,000 OO 
















43,3)0 69' 
6,904 68' 


8,09S 70 
4, 136 OS 


109 41 


2,397 68 
4, 136 03 






146 48 








1,D00 00 






1,614 U 




















100 00 
























3,soaS6 


SS 64 






3,641 89 
















8, 1«, 630 34 


!B6, 174 10 


8,408,694 44 


6,602,844 3J| 


316 es 


2)806,124 30- 



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548 



SECEIPTS AND EZPENDITDKES. 



i^dflc objocti of ^qnopitetlan. 



lii 



BxtlngnldilDg title of Indiui tribes to Unds west 
ofHiHonHMidIows,Bctof Uarch 3, I8fi3 

H nnnlng i^ nutkhig eastem bonnd&ij of Creek 
coDDtrj treat of Aikaiuu.. 

RimnlDg and imfUng DOrthem and weatem bonnd- 
M7 of Creek coaatiy wett of Arkaima 

Sorrej of Creek boandar; 

SDrrerlDg and allotting to ttie proper peraona the 
merred t»cta, pet treat; with the Uaea and 
FoxeaofJoiy 16, 1830 

Snrrejlng and narking bonndar; of Cboctaw and 
ChlckMaw conntry, and compleUng euive; of 
Creek bcmidary 

SarveTlng bonndariea of Indian Teaerratlong, and 
gjjoting and defining Indian reaerrei and half- 
breed land* 

Surveying and marking external bonndariea of In- 
dian paeblMln New Mexico ^ 

SMnrreyiiig and loarklDg eMt«m boondary aet 
apart for Choctaw nation . 

Pay of all agente, per sec. 6, act of July 31, 1654. . 

Kncuing priaonenfrom Indian tribe* . 

Opening communication with the Catnanchea, 
Apaches, &c..- .-. 

Drafts, checks, and depoalta, with Selden, Withers 
ft Co., to be relmbnraed when collected - 

Compilation and oompletlon of a map of the Indian 
territories . . 

PreTentlng tieqMsaes and depredations by Indiana. . 

Balanoe due Creek Indians for losses daring the 
last war with Qreat Britain 

IteTlaiiigi preparing, and printing a new coda <d 
regulations for the Indian dspartmeot . 

Additional MPonnt paid fbr nibdatence improperly 
charged to the treaty fnnd 

Arreankge* of oompansatf on from October 1, ISfiO, 
to June 30, 1831, for three Indian agents t^r 
tribes in California 

Compenaatlon and expenses of committee of " 
Settler ptti^," their clerks. Ac. 

Carrying into eff^ Choctaw treaty on aoconn 
landi relinquished 

Carrying into effect Choctaw treaty per act Jone 

11, isia 

Carrying into effect treaty with Stockbildgea and 



1,604,096 6G 

)) 26, 1S2 83 

Z8S 96 

76 40 

7,826 30.. 
10,000 0(1 
4, £90 00 



9.465 
4,600 00.. 
3,203 31. 

10,000 00.. 

2.466 67.. 



IBl 93 .. 

2,160 CO.. 
2«S 00.. 
SS6 16 .. 
OS 83 .. 

84 00.. 
462 47 .. 



0,638,414 t){ 
[10) 1,000 M: 



7,000 0« 
S,75«0» 



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RBOEIPTB UtO EXPENDirnBEB. 






26<, IT( 10 
7,336 87 



i, MS, 694 44 
34,819 70 

383 se 



T,eiG 30 

16,00 

11,150 00 
S,7fiO 00 

3,4« 00 

4,600 00 
3, 1G3 31 

10,000 00 

l,4Se ST 

103 89 
6,000 00 

1,884 00 

1,000 00 

. 101 11 

1,160 00 
MS 00 
816 16 

•6 B3 
84 00 
461 47 



11 
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6,601,644 31 
31.320 86 



3,036 49 
9,958 80 



303 89 
1,100 00 



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1,806,724 80 

3,498 88 

383 96 



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RECEIFTS ASD EXPEHPITUBES. 



STATEMENT 



Specific objecti of »ppn>FTlatlon. 



Brooglit fbrwMd . 

CtTTjing out tmtits wltk Ottoea, UlMoniiM, DeU- 

mna, Omahu, lowu, Ac ..... 

BtockaiadesmedAoddaeCheTokeM, trattjof 183S. 
Stock* ndeamed uid due Cherokee school food, 1819 
Htocki redeemed and diieDeUiWaree,tTe«tj of I8U. 

Stocka mdeemed ukd doa loww ........ 

8to(^ ledeoned and doe KnHk—kliw, Feoriw, 

Weai, aad liaiikeduin 

Pnrdiaae of itoA for Orest and little (^igea 

Bcftoilng aiid mala tuning the peaoeable diipo- 

■ition of the Indian tribes on the Padflc 

Bcatoring and maiutatniag peaoe with Indian tribea 

in Waahlngton Terrltoir 

Betitoring and malntaf nlng peace with Indian tribea 

InOr^on Terrltorj 

Bead from Fort Seam]' to California ... .... 

Boad from Bl Paw to Fort Yuma 

Road from Platte rirer to Bnnniiig Water river 

Boad from Fort Bidgelj to the Sonth FMi of the 

Bockj monntalna .... 

Payment to Pottawatomlee for com crop abandoned 
Bemoral and rabdetence of PotUwatomlei oflndlana 
PceaervatloD of peace with Indiana of Calilbnila... 
EzpeoMi of CaUJEDrniafuperlntendmu^........... 

'ftaniportaUon of annnlUea, goodi, Ac, to the 

Slonx of Mlwfaalppl , 

Negotiating treaties with Indian tribea of Ot«gOD 

wcit of CaBcade moimtidns 

Payment of peracHU engaged by the ptovUonal 

gonmmentof Oregon ..... 

Payment of the aooonnts of Qoremor J. P. Oalnea 



anperinteodent of Indian aflain In Or^on. 
Indemnity to Oeoige W. Sttdham, a Creek Indian, 

for property stolen.......................... 

Deltaylng expanses of espedltltnis ■galoat Ink-p*- 

dn-tah's liand .... .................. 

Belief of Omaha Indtaos 

Belief of Mark and Blehon] H. Bean 

Belief of Sunn Coody and otheit................ 

Belief of WUliam B. IVotter ; 

Belief of the legal reprasentatiTei of Daniel Hay, 



BeUefbf the nu*lvlng chlldm of Saiah Tan f«lt. 



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8,H9,S84 19 


273,650 16 

2. 16S 02 

1,010 46 

687 31 

319 42 

414 87 

316 36 


8,643,134 34 

1,165 02 
190, 1)5 46 
49,481 B) 

8,711 Tl 
21,437 82 

87,214 60 
16,000 00 

687 41 

66,500 00 

067,474 94 
220, 000 00 
140,000 00 
20, 000 00 

15, ITS 94 

IT 60 

76 

48 3D 

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9B4 26 

8,934 Tl 

l,oei 16 

43 34 

43 90 

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19,900 09 
1,609 00 

14,109 0« 
1,992 62 

1,689 00 

2,361 36 

504 96 


6,663,404 38 


2, S28 78 


2,887,041 IB 




IBS, 196 00 
48, BIO 66 
8,382 19 
21,S2S 75 

30,898 74 






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16,090 90 







687 42 

56,500 90 

290, lOT 26 
116,914 76 
66,539 IS 
18,609 00 

13,T39 58 




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514,400 09 


33,074 94 
16,000 00 




167,987 88 
94,085 24 
83,470 84 
1,609 09 


296,009 OC 










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48 80 

1 95 

984 16 

3,934 73 

T16 46 

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366 70 




2,434 71 


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14,190 90 
1,991 62 
1,680 00 

2,361 86 




1,991 <i 








































9,688,935 64 


S41.518 14 


9,916,665 63 


6,540,552 62 


2,724 6B 


3,381,276 SB 



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552 BBCEIPTS AND EXFENUITUBES. 

NOTES. 

1.) On the Ist dftf erf Jnly, laOT, thli baUtioe wh , ll.SSG BT 

Ftom which d«dnct this Mnonnt tnuwfnTed to — 

ProrlHion* for ItuUom ..... .... ft,0SO H 

Freaeatrnto Indiana — .... ..... 4,200 00 

lO.lSOM 

•o.ost n 

(I.) Oothelitdarof Jnljr, 18ST, this baUnoD wu T,M1 11 

From which deduct this Moonot tmufscred to— 
BxtlDgaiBhliig UUe of Indlim tilbee to land* weet of Hinooii and 
Iow« 7,901 M 

$0 11 

(3.) llieamoniit^ppropriktedforfalfilliiig tramticHwith theP&wneeswu.. 1,000 Ot 

From which deduct this nmonnt tnnAned to — 
Eitlngnlriring title of Indlkn tribal to lands west of Hissotui Mid 

Iow» $1,000 M 

{*.) OntiielstdajarJalr, 18ST, this baUooe was 1,031 6S 

To which iidd this amonnt tRuisfened from — 

Fulfilliog treatiBa with the Florida Indians or Bemfaiolai 4,100 H 

»S,137 i& 

(fi.) OnthelstdftTof Jal7, 1857, this bahmoe wm 0,866 01 

To which sdd this amoimt tnnsbrred tn^a — 

FalfiUiDg tioatiea with the Florida IndiMUOTBeminde* 6,051 01 

$H,BOO 08 

<G.) OntheUtdsfof Jalf, 1837, this bdsnoa was 1,313 II 

To which add this amoont tnnsferred Cram — 
Holding comudl with Blackfeet, Qros Teuton, Ac, in 

WBKhlDgton Territoiy 1, G70 11 

Tempoiary clerks by mLpwintandents of IndUn effiJra. . 3,000 00 

1»,6T0 11 

>11,>83 « 

(7.) On the 1st day of Jnly, 18B7, thk baliDOe wH 4,134 11 

9mn which deduct this unonnt bucEBned to — 
OodtiDgsnt expenses <rf the Indian dqMrtment 9,000 M 

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(8.) Ontlwlstd»jof Jul7, 1B6T, tbUbaUnoe«u 8,31T il 

From which dedturt thla amount tnuwfemd to — 
CtntlDgent expeniee of the ladUii depMtmont T,0TO 11 

$M7 U 

(9.) On tha l«t dk7 of Jnlr, ISST, thii tMlAon wu IS.MO 83 

T« which add thli Knotuit tcMufoned from — 
FaieiUng tiWtiM with the Pswuen „ T,9D1 00 

»Se,48> 83 



(10.) No Bpproprifttloii for this object hkring bi 
femd from — 
FUUltog ti«>tiM with the FkwneeB wu 31,000 00 



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MUrrAEY EgTABMSHMENT. 



STATEMENT 

KmBimra 

TBI! BALASCES 01 APFKOPBUTlONa CNEXPEHDSD ON TBK LAST DkY Or JUN^ IW- 

MUO 

THE APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES 

031 Aoomnra or 
TBI ULITAIT 8EBTIGE OF TEE UKITED 8T1TE8 

K» 

THE FISCAL YEAR ENDINa JUNE 80, 1858, 



The unea^pended hcdawxa on the 30tA day <f June, 18.58, wAtcA are to 
he cuxouniedfor in the next annuoi ataiemetU. 



IloiB.^I1u flgniM In the coltmuiB of this itatement headed " BefeienceB to tcte " itta 
to the psrtlcnlar Kcts ot Kppta^aitilioa ion the next pegee) whlcli MithoriM the expenditnn 
ol the niRW pUoed In the colomni hetuled *> Appropiintloiu (oi the flac»l yeu ending 
Jane 30, IBSS." 



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RECEIPTS AND EXFEHDITUBES. 



Statement exhibiting the balaitoea c/ ajnart^riations unexpei\ded on (i« 
of the military service t^ tlie United States, for the ^fiscal year ending 
(^ Jtme, 1858, whv3i are to be acoounted for in the next annual 



April S3, 1808 An act m&ktag provlBlonB for aiming and equipping tbe whole bodj 

Ifardi 3, 18B3 An ict mating appropritttiotu for the lupport of the azmjtot tb« 

March S, 1849 Aoact to providefor tbeaetUementof theacoonntiof pnblicoffiMii 

inUesioo. 

Jnlf IT, 18M Ad act to antboriie the Becretai? of War to settle and adjiut Ikt 

July 27, 1BG4 An act for the relief of Jame« Edwards and others. 

H&rcb 3, 1SS6 An act making appropriations for the cnrreitt and contingent ci- 

tribes for the year ending Jane 30, IB56. Section 9. 

Joly IT, 18S6 An act for tbe relief of the legal representaUres of Captain JoKph 

July IT, I8G6 An act for tbe relief of Captain J. P. Hatch of tbe United SlaM 

Ang. IB, IS66 An act for the relief of Dempaey Flttman. 

Jane 1, ISGS An act eiplaoatoiy of an act entitled " An act for the rdirf o( 

Aug. 18. 185G Anact for tbe relief of John Tacker. 

Feb. 16, IBS7 An act making approprUttloaB for the support of the IQUtsiy 

r Haich 2, IBST An act for the relief of Wbltemarah B. Seabrook and others 

Feb. 17, ISfiS An act to amend " An act for the relief of Whltemarsb B. Beabtodi 

[ March 2, 18ST An act for the relief of William EendalL 

March 3, 18C7 An act making appropriationg for the snpport of tbe army fin' tbe 

March 3, 1B57 An act "mWlng appnqtriationg (or fortifications and other worki of 

Hanib 3, 18GT An act making ^tproprlationa for certain civil expanses of tbe goT- 

Harch 3, 18S7 An act for the relief of William L. Davidson and others. 

Feb. 4, IBSB An act to SDpply an ondwion In the enrollment of a certain act 

Hay 4, 1SS8 An act to supply deSdeudes In the appropriations for tbe serrice tl 

Jane 1, 18&8 An act for the re