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19th CONGRESS,

2d Sessios. S

Laws of the United States.

fore secured by compact to the State of Missouri, for the For the invalid and half-pay pensioners, three hundred purposes of a Seminary or Seminaries of Learning in that and one thousand and fifty-fise dollars. State, and to cause one descriptive list of such selections For pensions to the widows and orphans, twelve thouto be filed with the Governor of Missouri, in the office of sand dollars. the Secretary of that State ; and another like list to be Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, that the said sums, filed in the General Land Office of the United States; respectively, shall be paid out of any money in the Treaand the lands so selected shall, immediately thereupon, sury, not otherwise appropriated. vest in the State of Missouri, according to, and in satis. Approved : January 29, 1827. faction of, the abovementioned compact with the United States.

AN ACT to provide for the location of the two townships Approved : 24th January, 1827.

of land reserved for a Seminary of Learning in the

Territory of Florida, and to complete the location of the AN ACT to allow the citizens of the Territory of Michi grant to the Deaf and Dumb Asylum of Kentucky.

gan to elect the members of their Legislative Council, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representaand for other purposes.

tives of the United States of America in Congress (13. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represembled, That the township of land, reserved in the Dis. sentatives of the United States of America in Con-trict of East Florida, by an act of Congress, approved the gress assembled, That at the next, and at each succeed third day of March, one thousand eight hundred anal ing election of members of the Legislative Council of twenty-three, for a Seminary of Learning, shall be locatthe Territory of Michigan, the qualified electors of the ed East of the Appalachicola river, and may be located in said Territory may, instead of choosing twenty-sis, as sections corresponding with any of the legal divisions into heretofore directed, elect thirteen fit persons as their Re- which the public lands are authorized to be surveyed, presentatives, in the manner, and with the qualifications so as not to interfere with private land claims, e now, or hereafter to be prescribed, by law ; which said the rights of pre-emption ; and the township located Representatives, so elected, shall be, and constitute the West of the Appalachicola river, as directed in the said Legislative Council. And for the purpose of secur- aforesaid act, so far as it is covered by the clats ing an equal representation, the Governor and Legisla- of those entitled to the right of pre-emption, by the tive Council of said Territory are hereby authorized and act approved the twenty-second of April, one thourequired to apportion the Representatives, so to be elect- sand eight hundred and twenty-six, shall be located in ed as aforesaid, among the several counties or districts, sections, upon any unappropriated lands in said district of in the said Territory, in proportion, as near as may be, to country, until the amount taken by said interferences the whole number of inhabitants, in each county or dis- shall be satisfied and discharged. trict, exclusive of Indians, not taxed.

Sec. 2. And be it further eructed, That the Governor Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said Gov- and Legislative Council of said Territory shall have power crnor and Legislative Council be, and they are hereby, to take possession of the lands granted for the use of authorized, to provide by law, for holding, annually, one Schools, and for a Seminary of Learning, and to lease the or more Courts, by one or more of the Judges of the Su- same from year to year ; and the money arising from the preme Court of said Territory, in each of the counties in rent of said lands shall be appropriated to the use of that part of the Territory. East ward of the Lake Michi- schools, and the crection of a Seminary of Learning, in gan ; and, also, for the appointment of a Clerk in each

such manner as they may direct; and they shall hare county, to act as Clerk to the said Court therein ; and, power to pass laws for the preservation of said lands from further, to prescribe the jurisdiction of said Courts, and intrusion and trespass, until Florida shall be admitted into the powers and duties of the Judge or Judges holding the Union, as a State. the same.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the incorporatSec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the Judges ofed Deaf and Dumb Asylum of Kentucky shall have the the Supreme Court of the Territory of Michigan bave, power, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treaand may exercise, the right of appointing the Clerk of surv, of locating so much of the township of land grant. the said Court, and of removing him at pleasure.

cd to the said institution, as has been taken by the claims Sec. 4. And be it furiher enacted, That no member of those who are entitled to the right of pre-emption in of the Legislative Council shall be eligible to any office the Territory of Florida, under the provisions of the act created, or the fees of which were regulated by a law, or aforesaid ; which shall be located in sections upon any laws, passed whilst he was a member, during the period i unappropriated and unreserved lands, in either of the for which he was elected, and for one year thereafter. Territories of Florida or Arkansas ; which said tracts,

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That all laws, and when so located, shall be disposed of by the corporation of parts of laws, in so far as the same shall be inconsistent said Deaf and Dumb Asylum, agreeably to the provisions with the provisions of this act, are hereby repcaled ; and of an act passed the fifth of April, one thousand eight further, that Congress have the right, at any time, to al hundred and twenty-six, entitled “An act for the benefit ter or repeal this act.

of the incorporated Deaf and Dumb Asylum of KenApproved : 29th Jan. 1827.

tucky.”

Approved : January 29, 1827. AN ACT making appropriations for the payment of the

Revolutionary and other Pensioners of the United AN ACT to provide for the confirmation and settlement States.

of Private Land Claims in East Florida, and for other Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re purposes. presentatives of the United States of America in Con. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representagress assembled, That the following sums be, and they tires of the United States of America in Congress assem are hereby, respectively, appropriated towards the milita-bled, That all the decisions made by the Commissionl'y service of the year one thousand eight hundred anders appointed to ascertain claims and titles to land in twenty-seven, and for the objects following, that is to the District of East Florida, and those recommended say :

for confirmation, under the quantity of three thousand For the pensions to the Revolutionary Pensioners of five hundred acres, in favor of claimants to lands and lots, the United States, one million two hundred and sixty contained in the reports, abstracts, and opinions, of said thousand one hundred and eighty-five doilars.

Commissioners, which have been transmitted to the Se.

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cretary of the Treasury, according to law, and referred by | vey, a copy of the courses and distances contained in him to Congress, on the twenty-first of February, eigh- such grant or survey, and the date of the survey or grant ; teen hundred and twenty-five, and the twenty-first of and it shall be the duty of the Suryeyor of the Public February, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, be, and the Lands in Florida to cause, under such instructions as he same are hereby, confirmed.

may receive from the Treasury Department, the said Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all the conflict. claims to be surveyed, and connected with the Township ing Spanish Claims, reported in obedience to the fourth lines of the public surveys, and to give to them their prosection of an act of Congress, approved May the eighth, per township and sectional numbers, agreeably to sich cighteen hundred and twenty-two, entitled “An act for descriptions ; and he shall make separate plats and certiascertaining claims and titles to lands in the Territory of ficates of survey of the same, one of which shall be re. Florida," be, and the same are hereby, confirmed : Pro- turned to the office of the Register of the Land office for vided, That this confirmation shall only operate as a relin- the District in which the land may lie, and the other shall quishment of the title of the United States : Provided, be delivered to the claimant. But it shall be the duty of further, That nothing in the aforegoing sections shall be the Surveyor to withhold his certificate, if he shall have construed to prevent or bar the judicial decision between reason to believe that the lands claimed are other lands persons claiming titles to the lands confirmed.

than those intended to be confirmed ; or if it shall appear Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the commons in that the survey, under which the land is claimed, has been the City of St. Augustine be, and the same are hereby, made subsequent to the date of the survey under which confirmed to the Corporation of said City, to the same ex- the claim was confirmed. tent that they were used, claimed, and enjoyed, under the Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That, so soon as the Spanish Government. And the Parochial Church, and said tracts of land shall have been thus surveyed, and the burying ground in possession of the Roman Catholic con- surveys thercof returned to the office of the proper Regisgregation, are confirmed to them ; and the Old Episcopal ter, it shall be the duty of the said Register to issue cerChurch lot is, hereby, relinquished and confirmed to the tificates in favor of the claimants entitled thereto; and, if Incorporated Episcopal Church of St. Augustine : Pro- it shall appear, to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of vided, always, That the grants in this section specified, the General Land Office, that the certificates have been shall forever inure to the purposes for which they are con- fairly obtained, and correspond with the transcripts tran: firmed, and shall not be alienated without the consent of mitted to the Secretary of the Treasury, and the plats reCongress.

turned by the Surveyor, patents shall be granted, in like Scc. 4. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the manner as provided by law for the other Public Lands of duty of the Secretary of the late Board of Commissioners the United States. to deliver over to the Receiver and Register, to be ap. Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, that the Surveyor of pointed for the District of East Florida, all records, evi- the Public Lands shall designate, on the Township plats, dence, and papers, in the possession of said Board, relating the claims for which he shall have refused to issue his certo claims and titles to land, in said District; and it shall be tificates of survey. the duty of said Receiver and Register to examine and Sec. 10. And be it further enac'ed, That the expense of decide all claims and titles to land, in East Florida, not surveying all-claims founded on surveys or grants shall be heretofore decided by the late Board of Commissioners, paid by the United States: Provided, The same shall not subject to the limitations, and in conformity with the pro- exceeri four dollars per mile for every mile actually run visions, of the several acts of Congress providing for the and marked. adjustment of Private Land Claims in Florida.

Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, That no patent shall Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the several issue, without the consent of the parties, for lands, the claimants to land in said District, whose claims have not claims to which may have been confirmed on surveys been heretofore decided on, or filed, before the late Board which interfere with each other, until a legal decision of Commissioners, be permitted to file their claims, and shall have been had on the same. the evidence in support of them, with the Register and Sec. 12, And be it further enucted, that the holders of Receiver of said District, and evidence in support of those claims over three thousand five hundred acres, which filed before said Board, at any time before the first of have been filed with the Commissioners, or with the ReNovember next, whose duty it shall be to report the same, gister and Receiver of the Land Office for West Florida, with their decision thereon, and those already filed, to the acting as Commissioners for adjudicating on claims, or of Secretary of the Treasury, on or before the first day of claims which have been filed with the Commissioners for January, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, adjudicating claims to land in East Florida, or which, unto be laid before Congress at the next session.

der the provisions of this act, may be filed with the ReSec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the Receiver gister and Receiver of the Land Office for East Florida, and Register shall have power to appoint a Clerk, and and which claims have not been reported against by the prescribe his duties ; and the Receiver and Register shall said Commissioners, or by the Register and Receiver, each be entitled to receive the sum of fifteen hundred shall cause the same to be so connected with the township dollars per annum, to be paid quarterly, ont of any money lines of the public surveys, and shall furnish to the Surin the Treasury,not otherwise appropriated, as a full com- veyor of the Public Lands in Florida such information as pensation for the performance of their duties as Receiver will enable him to exhibit, accurately, the said claims on and Register, and the additional duties required by this his township plats; and the lands thus claimed shall be act, and shall not be allowed any other fees or commis- reserved from sale : Provided, The information required, sions whatever ; and the Clerk appointed by them shall to enable the Surveyor to exhibit them on the Township be allowed the sum of one thousand dollars, to be paid plats, shall have been furnished to him within one year after quarterly, out of any money in the Treasury, not other- the lines of the townships, within which such claims may wise appropriated.

lie, shall have been run; or, where the township lines Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the Keepers of have already been run, within one year from the passage of Public Archives of East and West Florida shall furnish to this act. the Surveyor of Public Lanels in Florida, without delay, Sec. 13. And be it further cnacted, That it shall be the a description of each claim to land, which shall have duty of the Register and Receiver, at Tallahassee, to de. been confirmed, which shall specially designate the quan- liver over to the Keeper of the Public Archives of West

tity, locality, and connexion, of such claim; and, where Florida, all the records and papers of the late Board of , the confirmation may have been made on a grant or sur. ' Commissioners for West Florida, and it shall be the duty

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of the Register and Receiver of the Land Office for East That it shall and may be lawful for the President of the Florida, to deliver to the Keeper of the Public Archives United States, whenever be shall deem it proper, to reof East Florida, all the records and papers of the late move the Land Office, now located at Jackson, in the Board of Commissioners for East Florida, relating to Choctaw Land District, in the State of Mississippi, and to claims confirmed by this act.

locate and establish the same at any other convenient and Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, That it shall be law- suitable place within the same Land District. And it ful for the Governor and Legislative Council to sell one of shall be the duty of the Register and Receiver of said the reserved quarter sections of land, near Tallahassee, Land Office, so soon as the removal shall be ordered, and and apply the proceeds to the erection of public buildings; such new location made, by the President, to remove all and it shall be lawful for them to reserve such portion of the records, books, and papers, appertaining to said I and the quarter section to the town of Tallahassee,contiguous | Office, to the place designated. to the creek and waterfall, as may, in their opinion, con. Approved : 220 Feb. 1827. tribute to the health and convenience of the inbabitants; and they shall have power to pass laws for the preserva. AN ACT concerning the Entry of Vessels at the Port tion of, and expulsion from the other two reserved quarter

of Fairfield, in Connecticut sections, all intruders, and to abate all nuisances ; which Be it enac'ed by the Senate and House of Representatives said two reserved quarter sections shall be reserved for, I of the United States of America in Congress assembled, and vested in, the State, should that Territory ever be that it sball be lawful to make entry of any foreign stud erected into one. Sec. 15. And be it further enacted, That the three per.

or vessel, and of the cargo which may be on board the

same, and to unlade such cargo, or any part thereof, at sons whose improvements were included in the reserves made to certain Indian Chiefs, in the Treaty with the Flo- the regulations in such cases by law provided.

the port of Fairfield, in the State of Connecticut, under rida Indians, of the eighteenth of September, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, shall be entitled to

Approved : 22d Feb. 1827. a pre-emption to the same quantity of land, in said Dis

AN ACT to exempt Swedish and Norwegian Vessels, and trict, upon the same terms and conditions as other pre

the merchandise imported therein, from the payment emptions, to be located under the direction of the Re

of discriminating duties of tonnage and impost, for a ceiver and Register, upon the production of proof that

limited time, and for other purposes. they would have been entitled to the provisions of the act granting the right of pre-emption if the reserves had

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives not been made. Approved : 8th Feb. 1827.

of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

That, from and after the date of this act, until the termniAN ACT to provide for Reports of the Decisions of the nation of the next session of Congress, vessels truly and Supreme Court.

wholly belonging to the subjects of the King of Sweden Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa. and Norway, arriving in the United States, in ballast or tives of the United States of America in Congress as with cargoes, shall be exempted from the payment of any sembled, That a Reporter shall, from time to time,

other or higher duties or charges whatsoever, than vesbe appointed by the Supreme Court of the United

sels of the United States are required to pay under like States, to report its Decisions, who shall be entitled to re

circumstances ; that merchandise, the produce and manu. ceive, from the Treasury of the United States, as an an

facture of the Territories of the King of Sweden and nual compensation for his services, the sum of one thou

Norway, imported in Swedish or Norwegian vessels, shall sand dollars : Provided, nevertheless, That the said com

not be subjected to any other or higher duties than are pensation shall not be paid, unless the said Reporter shall levied on the same kinds of merchandise when imported print and publish, or cause to be printed and published. I in American vessels ; and that the exemption or pritl. the Decisions of the said Court, made during the time he

lege allowed by this act shall extend to vessels arriving, shall act as such Reporter, within six months after such

and merchandise imported, from the Swedish colony of Decisions shall be made ; and shall deliver eighty copies

St. Bartholomy : Provided, that the owners of vessels, of the Decisions, so printed and published, to the Secre

arriving from said colony, in the United States, shall be tary of State, without any expense to the United States ;

inhabitants of that colony, and there established and natuwhich copies shall be distributed as follows. to wit: to ralized, and shall have caused their vessels to be there nathe President of the United States, the Judges of the Su-| turalized. preme Court, the Judges of the District Courts, the Atol Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary torney General of the United States, the Secretaries of of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to cause to State, Treasury, War, and Navy, the Comptrollers of the be repaid or remitted, all alien or discriminating duties of Treasury, and the Judges of the several Territories of tonnage or impost, which, since the twenty-fifth of Septhe United States, one copy each ; five copies for the use | tember last, may have been paid, or secured to be paid, of each House of Congress; and the residue of the cocon vessels of the description mentioned in the first section pies shall be deposited in the Libraryof Congress. And pro. of this act, or on merchandise imported in such vessels ; vided, also, That the said Decisions shall be sold to the pub. for the purpose of which repayment, any money in the lic at large at a price not exceeding five dollars a volume. Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, is hereby appro

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That, in case of the priated. death, resignation, or dismission from office, of either of Approved : 220 Feb. 1827. the officers before mentioned, the said copies of the De. cisions delivered to them, as aforesaid, shall belong, and

AN ACT making appropriations for the support of the be delivered over to their successors in said offices.

Navy of the United States, for the year eighteen hun. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That this act shall be

dred and twenty-seven. and continue in force for three years, and no longer,

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives Approved : 22d Feb. 1827.

of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

That, for defraying the expenses of the Navy, for the year AN ACT to authorize the President of the United States one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, the fol.

to remove the Land Office in the Choctaw District, in lowing sums be, and the same are hereby, respectively, the State of Mississippi.

appropriated : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives For the pay and subsistence of the officers, and pay of of the United States of America in Congress assembled, the seamen, other than those at Navy Yards, Shore

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Stations, and in Ordinary, one million one hundred and for the agency on the coast of Africa, and expenses of twelve thousand three hundred and ninety-two dollars and supporting in the United States, and transporting to the twenty-five cents,

coast of Africa, those persons who have been released For the pay, subsistence, and allowances, of officers, and subject to be transported by the provisions of the and pay of seamen, and others, at Navy Yards, Shore act of eighteen hundred and nineteen, thirty-six thousand Stations, Hospitals, and in Ordinary, one hundred and seven hundred and ten dollars. For arrearages prior to seventy-two thonsand nine hundred and twenty-four dol- the first of January, eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, lars and twenty-five cents.

twenty thousand dollars. For the pay of Naval Constructors, Superintendents, Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the balance of and all the civil establishments at the several Navy Yards, the appropriation for the Navy Department to be carried fifty-eight thousand and thirty-one dollars and fifty cents. to the surplus fund on the first of January, one thousand

For provisions, five hundred and seventy-nine thou-eight hundred and twenty-seven, be, and the same is here. sand one hundred and forty-eight dollars, and fifty-four by, reappropriated. cents.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, that the several For repairs of vessels in ordinary, and for the wear and sums, hereby appropriated, shall be paid out of any money tear of vessels in commission, four hundred and fifty thou- in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated : Provided, sand dollars.

however, That no money appropriated by this act shall be For medicines, surgical instruments, hospital stores, paid to any person, for his compensation, who is in arrears and all other expenses on account of the sick, fifty thou- to the United States, until such person shall have accountsand dollars.

ed for and paid into the Treasury all sums for which he may For ordnance, and ordnance stores, thirty-five thou- be liable : Provided, also, That nothing in this section sand dollars.

contained shall be construed to extend to balances arising For repairs and improvements of Navy Yards, two hun- solely from the depreciation of Treasury Notes, received dred and thirty-one thousand seven hundred dollars and by such person to be expended in the public service ; but seventy-twocents.

in all cases where the pay or salary of any person is withFor defraying the expenses which may accrue during beld, in pursuance of this act, it shall be the duty of the the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, accounting officer, if demanded by the party, his agent, for the following purposes :

or attorney, to report, forthwith, to the Agent of the TreaFor freight and transportation of materials and stores sury Department, the balance due ; and it shall be the of every description ; for wharfage and dockage ; for duty of the said Agent, within sixty days thereafter, to orstorage and rent ; for travelling expenses of officers, and der suit to be commenced against such delinquent and his transportation of seamen ; for house rent or chamber sureties. money, and for fuel and candles to officers, other than Approved : 2d March, 1827. those attached to Navy Yards and Shore Stations ; for commissions, clerk hire, office rent, stationery, and fuel, AN ACT making appropriations for the support of Goto Navy Agents ; for premiums and incidental expenses vernment, for the year one thousand eight hundred and of recruiting ; for apprehending deserters ; for compen-| twenty-seven. sation to Judge Advocates ; for per diem allowance for Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representapersons attending Courts Martial and Courts of Inquiry, tives of the United States of America in Congress assemand to officers engaged in extra service, beyond the li- bled, That the following sums be, and the same are heremits of their stations ; for printing and for stationery of by, respectively, appropriated, for the service of the year every description ; for books, charts, nautical and mathe-one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven ; that is matical instruments, chronometers, models, and draw- to say: ings ; for purchase and repairs of steam and fire engines, For compensation to the Senators and Members of the and for machinery ; for purchase and maintenance of House of Representatives, their Officers, and Clerks, and osen and horses, and for carts, wheels, and workmen's for the contingent expenses of both Houses of Congress, tools of every description ; for postage of letters on pub-four hundred and twenty-eight thousand four hundred and lic service ; for pilotage ; for cabin furniture of vessels forty dollars. in commission ; for taxes on Navy Yards and public pro- For expenses of the Library of Congress, including the perty ; for assistance rendered to public vessels in dis- salary of the Librarian, one thousand nine hundred and tress ; for incidental labor at Navy Yarrls, not applicable fifty dollars. to any other appropriation ; for coal and other fuel for For compensation to the President of the United States, forges, foundries, steam engines, and for candles, oil, and twenty-five thousand dollars. fuel, for vessels in commission and in ordinary ; and for For compensation to the Vice President of the United no other object or purpose whatever, two hundred and States, five thousand dollars. twenty thousand dollars.

For compensation to the Secretary of State, six thouFor contingent expenses for objects arising in the year

or objects arising in the year sand dollars. one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, and not For compensation to Clerks in the Department of State, herein before enumerated, five thousand dollars.

per act of twentieth April, one thousand eight hundred For pay and subsistence of the Marine Corps, one hun- and eighteen, fifteen thousand nine hundred dollars. dred and twenty thousand dollars.

For compensation to one Machinist in the Patent Office, For clothing for the same, twenty-eight thousand seven per act of twenty-sixth of May, one thousand eight hun. hundred and sixty-five dollars.

dred and twenty-four, seven hundred dollars. For fuel for the same, six thousand dollars.

For compensation to the Messengers in the Department For contingencies for the same, fourteen thousand dol- of State, including the Messenger in the Patent Office, lars.

in full of all allowances, one thousand four hundred and For medicines for the same, two thousand three hun-fifty dollars. (Ired and sixty-nine dollars.

For the incidental and contingent expenses of the DeFor barracks for the same, forty-one thousand dollars. Ipartment of State, including the expenses of printing and

For carrying into effect a joint resolution of Congress, distributing the laws, and for extra copying of papers, of May twenty-second, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, twenty-eight thousand and fifty dollars. directing surveys and estimates for dry docks, two thousand For compensation to the Secretary of the Treasury, sis seven hundred and seven dollars and twenty-seven cents, I thousand dollars,

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For compensation to Clerks in the office of the Secre- For compensation to the Treasurer of the United States, tary of the Treasury, per act of 20th of April, one thou- three thousand dollars. sand eight hundred and eighteen, ten thousand four hun! For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the dred dollars.

| Treasurer of the United States, per act of twestirth ot For compensation to one Clerk in said office, per act of April, one thousand eight bundred and eighteen, fire thotwenty-sixth May, one thousand eight hundred and twen- sand two hundred and fifty dollars. ty-four, one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.

For compensation to the Clerks in said office, per scto For compensation to the Messengers in said office, and twenty-sixth of May, one thousand eight hundred and Assistant, in full of all allowances, one thousand and fifty twenty-four, one thousand two hundred dollars. dollars.

Por compensation to the Messenger in said office, in full For compensation to the First Comptroller of the Trea- of all allowances, seven bundred dollars. sury, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation to the Register of the Treases, For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the First three thousand dollars. Comptroller, per act of twentieth of April, one thousand for compensation to the Clerks in the office of the Re eight hundred and eighteen, seventeen thousand eight gister of the Treasury, per act of twentieth of April, or hundred and fiftr dollars.

thousand eight hundred and eighteen, twenty-two those For compensation to the Messengers in said office, in sand three hundred and fifty dollars. full of all allowances, one thousand and fifty dollars.

For compensation to the Messengers in said office is For compensation to the Second Comptroller of the cluding the allowance for stamping ships' registers, info Treasury, three thousand dollars.

of all allowances, one thousand one hundred and be For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the dollars. Second Comptroller, per act of twentieth of April, one For compensation to the Commissioner of the General thousand eight hundred and eighteen, nine thousand se- Land Office, three thousand dollars. ven hundred and fifty dollars.

For compensation to Clerks in the General Land of For compensation to the Messenger in said office, in fice, per act of twentieth of April, one thousand eight full of all alowances, seven hundred dollars.

hundred and eighteen, twenty-two thousand fire bunded For compensation to the First Auditor of the Treasury, and fifty dollars. three thousand dollars.

For compensation to the Messengers in said office, in For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the full of all allowances, one thousand and fifty dollars First Auditor, per act of twentieth of April, one thousand For compensation to the Secretary of the Commission eight hundred and eighteen, thirteen thousand two hun- ers of the Sinking Fund, two bundred and fifty dolisas. dred dollars.

For allowances to the person employed in transitting For compensation to the Messenger in said office, in passports and sea-letters; for expenses of translating to full of all allowances, seven hundred dollars.

reign languages in the office of the Secretary of the Tres. For compensation to the Second Auditor of the Treasu sury; for stationery, fuel, printing, books, and all other ry, three thousand dollars.

incidental and contingent expenses in the Treasury De For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the Separtment, and the several offices therein, including the cond Auditor, per act of twentieth April, one thousand expenses of stating and printing the public accounts for eight hundred and eighteen, sixteen thousand two hun the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, dred dollars.

and for aclvertising notices in relation to the reimburseFor compensation to the Messenger in said office, in full ment of certain portions of the public debt, thirty-six thouof all allowances, seven hundred dollars.

sand seven hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the Third Auditor of the Treasury, For allowance to the Superintendent and four Vache three thousand dollars.

men, employed for the security of the State and Treasury For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the buildings, and for the repairs of engines, hase, and bruckThird Auditor, per act of the twentieth of April, one thouets, one thousand nine hundred dollars sand eight hundred and eighteen, twenty-one thousand For compensation to the Secretary of War, sis thoe nine hundred dollars.

sand dollars. For compensation to the Messenger in said office, and For compensation to the Clerks in the office of these Assistant, in full of all allowances, one thousand and fifty cretary of War, per act of twentieth of April, me the dollars.

| sand eight hundred and eighteen, twenty-two thousand For compensation to the Fourth Auditor of the Treasu- six hundred dollars. ry, three thousand dollars.

For compensation to the Messengers in said aftce, in For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the full of all allowances, one thousand and fifty doks Fourth Auditor, per act of twentieth April, one thousand For contingent expenses of the office of Secretary of eight hundred and eighteen, fifteen thousand and fifty War, three thousand dollars. dollars.

For books, maps, and plans, for the War Department For compensation to one additional Clerk, employed one thousand dollars. per acts of appropriations of one thousand eight hundred For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the and twenty-four, five, and six, one thousand dollars. Paymaster General, per act of the 20th April, 602

For compensation to the Messenger in said office, in full thousand eight hundred and eighteen, three thousad of all allowances, seven hundred dollars.

nine hundred dollars. For compensation to the Fifth Auditor of the Treasury, | For compensation to the Messenger in said office, in fu." three thousand dollars.

of all allowances, seven hundred dollars. For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the Fifth Auditor, per act of twentieth of April, one thousand

| For contingent expenses of said office, five hundred

iollars. eight hundred and eighteen, ten thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation to the Clerks in the office of the For compensation to the Clerks in said officc. per act Commissary General of Purchases, per act of twenty-sixth of twenty-sixth of May, one thousand eight hundred and of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-focr. twenty-four, three thousand seven hundred dollars. three thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation to the Messenger in said office, in full For compensation to the Messenger in said office, + of all allowances, seven hundred dollars.

| full of all allowances, seven hundred dollars.

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