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APPENDIX.

REPORT

OF THE CANVASSING COMMITTEE.

To the Honorable General Assembly now in session :

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Your committee appointed to receive, sort and count the votes for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Treasurer, met and organized by the appointment of the Hon. Augustus Young as Chairman, and John Dewey as Clerk; and having attended to the duties assigned them, respectfully report, that the whole number of votes given for Governor

43,969 Necessary for a choice, . . . 21,985 of the above number of votes, Silas H. Jenison received .

24,738
William C. Bradley received . . 19,194

Scattering
Your committee therefore report that the freemen have elected

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SILAS H. JENISON Governor, for the year ensuing.

Your Committee further report, that the whole number of votes given for Lieutenant Governor was.

43,890 Necessary for a choice, . . . 21,946 of the above number of votes, David M. Camp received

24,692
John S. Pettibone received . . 19,192

Scattering .
Your committee therefore report that the freemen have elected

DAVID M. CAMP

Lieutenant Governor, for the year ensuing.

Your committee further report, that the whole number of votes given for Treasurer was

43,846 Necessary for a choice, .. . . 21,924

Ot the above number of votes,
Henry F. Janes received

24,563
Daniel Baldwiu received . . . 18,788
Scattering .

495 Your committee therefore report that the freemen have elected

HENRY F. JANES
Treasurer, for the year ensuing.
All which is respectfully submitted.

AUGUSTUS YOUNG, Chairman.
John DEWÈr, Clerk.
Oct. 11, 1838.

REPORT

OF THE AUDITOR IN THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

To His Excellency, Silas H. Jenison, Governor of the State of Vermont :

Sir: The undersigned, Auditor in the Treasury Department, appointed by the House of Representatives at their session in October, 1837, to examine and audit the accounts of the Treasurer for the year then next ensuing, having attended to the duties of his appointment, reports the following to be a correct statement of the fiscal operations of the Department, from the time of the entrance of Allen Wardner, Esq. on the duties of Treasurer to the present time, and its present situation.

STATE OF VERMONT IN ACCOUNT WITH A. WARDNER, TREASURER OF VERMONT,

DR.

To cash paid Debenture of General Asseinbly,

12613 02 Constable of North Hero over pay't of taxes

1 86 Constable of Weathersfield over pay't of taxes 33 99 A. Clarke former Treas'r for Vt. State B’k bills 2 50 South Hero surplus fund

1711 65 Mount Tabor surplus fund

501 30 Bloomfield surplus fund

358 08 for Supreme and County Ct, orders

11455 90 the several State's attornies

1666 52 Auditors' orders

6694 35 for Fox certificates

900 50 for Wolf certificates

200 00 for Bear certificates

124 00 for Crow certificates

14 60 for Cocoons

36 52 on several acts of Legislature

4162 76 on Military orders

3268 03 Judges Supreme Ct. part salaries, 5206 76 deduct fees in civil suits,

1591 46 -3615 30 Trustees of Insane Hospital,

6000 00 Superintendent of State House,

6100 00 Gov. Jenison balance of last years' salary,

150 00 in part this years' salary,

400 00 Secretary of State half year's salary,

150 00 Secretary Civil and Military Affairs h'f ys' salary, 100 00 Geo. B. Shaw, reporter, three qr's salary,

525 00 Secretary Senate half years' salary,

137 50 Assist. Séc. Senate h'f last & h'f this years' salary, 150 00 Clerk of House h'f last & b'f this years' salary, 275 00 Ass'nt Clerk of House half years' salary,

75 00 Engrossing Clerk half years' salary,

87 50 Librarian one years' salary,

75 00 Auditor acc'ts against the State his salary

75 00 Same for attendance of Legislature and postage 57 71 Commissioners Deaf, Dumb and Blind,

2847 10 J. R. Langdon interest on borrowed money, 955 08

To cash paid Bank Montpelier int. on borrowed money, 618 00

· Bank of Burlington int. on borrowed money, 300 00 In't on surplus rev'ue to M't Tabor & other towns, 143 46 Bank Bellows Falls int. on advances,

8 78 Bank of Brattleboro'int. on advances,

56 18 Bank of Montpelier int, on advances,

20 00 Bank of Caledonia int. on advances,

5 14 Treasurer & Commissioner School tund salary, 500 00 Norman Williams, Bank Commissioner,

12 00 Hairy Bradley, Bank Cominissioner,

64 50 To balance in the Treasury,

7099 49 874348 83

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By cash rec'd of A. Clarke former Treasurer,

16622 81 for safety fund,

3754 90 surplus fund returned by Marlboro',

2907 63 of the several States' Aitornies,

1317 40 of Clerks Supreme & County Courts,

664 91 for Taxes,

40821 17 for int. on arrearages of Taxes,

526 02 Bank of Burlington,

$724 96 Bank of Caledonia

162 00 Bank of Newbury,

30000 Bank of Woodstock,

200 00 Bank of Brattleboro'

527 02 Bank of Vergennes,

384 00 Bank of Orwell,

482 74 Bank of Manchester

543 33 Bank of Rutland,

480 00 Bank of Middlebury,

513 09 Farmers' & M's Bank Burlington, 720 00 Bank of Montpelier,

360 00 on principal of school fund,

475 86 int. on school fund,

1790 49 for Pedlars' licenses,

70 00_-7733 49

$74348 33

The Auditor further reports that the amount of taxes now in arrear, including $1016 of old arrearages, supposed to be, for the most part, unavailable, on the 20th day of Sept. 1838, is thirty-eight thousand one hundred and seventy-six dollars and twenty-one cents.

I am, Sir, very respectfully,
Your most obedient servant,

CHARLES DAVIS.

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