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Browne on the subject of Indian affairs in the Territories of Oregon

and Washington. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior,

transmitting a report of J. Ross.....
Browne on the subject of the Indian war in Oregon and Washing-

ton Territories. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior,

transmitting a report of J. Ross...
Bullion imported and exported annually from 1821 to 1827, inclu-

sive. Statement of the amount of...
Baenos Ayres, during the year 1857. Commercial relations of the

United States with...

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California for the year 1857. Annual report of the surveyor gen-
eral of public lands for the State of....

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California, during the year ending June 30, 1858. Letter of the

Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting an estimate for an
appropriation for surveying the public lands and private
land claims in....

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California. Letter of the Attorney General, asking for an appro-

priation to defray expenses in defending the title of the
United States to public property in the State of..

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Canada, and other British possessions, from July, 1851, to June

30, 1857. Statement of the value of exports and the im-
ports from...

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Capitol extension and reconstruction of the dome, during the year

ending June 30, 1857. Report of the engineer in charge of
the progress in the erection of the...

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Carson's Valley, asking for the establishment of a territorial gov-
ernment over them. Memorial of the people of.....

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Cassidy. Letter of the Secretary of the Navy relative to the claim
of Joseph.....

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Census of Minnesota. Message of the President of the United

States, transmitting a report of the Secretary of the Inte-
rior in reference to the

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Census of Minnesota Territory. Estimate of expenses of taking
the

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Chickasaw Indians. Statement of stocks held in trust for the ben- | 1
efit of the...

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Chili, during the year 1857. Commercial relations of the United
States with....

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China. Message of the President of the United States, transmit-

ting a copy of the regulations adopted by the United States

commissioner for the government of the consular courts in..
China, during the year 1857. Commercial relations of the United

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States with....
Cheyenne expedition. Correspondence of the Adjutant General of

the army relative to the operations of the army on the.... 2
Civil list, for the year ending June 30, 1859. Estimates for appro-
priations for the....

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Clerk of the House of Representatives. Estimate of appropria-

priations during the year ending June 30, 1859, for the sup-
port of the office of the....

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Clerks and other persons employed upon the survey of the coast

during the year ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the
names and compensation of..

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Clerks and other persons employed in the Department of State,

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during the year 1857. Report of the Secretary of State,
transınitting a statement of the names and compensation
of the..

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Clerk hire. Letter of the Postmaster General, asking an appro- L 9
priation for temporary--

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Clerks and other persons employed in the Post Office Department,

for the year 1857. Letter of the Postmaster General trans-
mitting a list of....

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Clerks and other persons employed in the War Department, for

the year 1857. Letter of the Secretary of War, transmit-
ting list of.....

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Clerk hire, office rent, &c., in the several land districts in the States

and Territories. Estimates for......
Clerks and other persons employed in the Treasury Department,

during the year 1857. Report of the Secretary of the Trea-
sury, transmitting the names and compensation of...

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Clerks and other employés of the Department of the Interior, for

the year 1857. Report of the Secretary of the Interior,
transmitting a list of..

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Clerks and others einployed in the Navy Department, for the year

1857. Letter of the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a
list of...

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Coal depot for the navy, at Key West, Florida Report of the
superintending engineer relative to the....

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Coal sent to market from the different regions of Pennsylvania,

from 1820 to 1856, inclusive. Statement of the quantity
and value of anthracite....

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Coal, annually, from 1820 to 1856, inclusive. Statement of the

value of the imports and exports of foreign and domestic,
and consumption of...

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Coast Survey of the United States, duriog the year ending June

30, 1859. Estimates for appropriations for the continuation 1

of the...
Coast Survey, showing the number and names of persons employed

on the Coast Survey. Report of the disbursing agent of
the

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Coast Survey, of expenditures for survey of the Florida reefs and

keys for the year 1857. Report of the disbursing agent of the. 3
Coast Survey of the United States during the year ending Novem-

ber 30, 1857. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury,
showing the progress and condition of the ...

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Papers accompanying the above report.
No. 1. Distribution of the parties of the Coast Survey upon

the coasts of the United States during thu survey-
ing season of 1856–57.....

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No. 2. List of army officers on Coast Survey.

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No. 3. List of navy officers on Coast Survey

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No. 4. List of assistant engineers of the navy on Coast
Survey.....

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No. 5. List of information furnished by the Coast Survey

during the year 1856-'57, under authority of the
Treasury Department.

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No. 6. List of capes, headlands, islands, harbors, and an-

chorages on the western coast of the United States,
of which either topographical, hydrographic, pre-
liminary, or complete surveys have been made, or
maps, charts, or sketches issued to date of report
of 1857..

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No. 7. Statistics of field and office-work..

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No. 8. General list of Coast Survey discoveries and develop-
ments to 1856, inclusive ....

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No. 9 Letter of the Superintendent to the Secretary of the

Treasury, communicating the discovery of a ledge
of Cape Small Point, Maine, by Lieut. Com l'g.
W. G. Temple, United States navy

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Coast Survey of the U S, papers accompanying—Continued —
No. 10. Report of Assistant H. L. Whiting on the topo-

graphical resurvey of Provincetown harbor,
Massachusetts, &c.....

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No. 11. Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, communi-

cating extracts from a report by Lieut. Comd'g
C. R. P. Rodgers, United States navy, in relation
to the gradual decrease in the depth of water on
George's bank.....

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No. 12. Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, coinmuni-

cating the discovery of a small shoal south ward
and westward of Little George's Bank, by Lieut.
Comd'g C. R. P. Rodgers, U. S. N., assistant in
the Coast Survey...

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No. 13. Report of Lieut. Comd'g W. G. Temple, U. S. N.,

assistant Coast Survey, stating the results of an
examination made to determine the least water

on the rocks at Hell Gate, East river, New York. 6 21
No. 14. Report of Lieut. Comd'g W. G. Temple, U. S. N.,

assistant Coast Survey, on the examination of a
locality in New York bay, containing a portion
of a wreck

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No. 15. Extracts from report of Commander W. T. Muse,

U. S. N., assistant Coast Survey, relative to
changes at the bars of Hatteras and Ocracoke
inlets, North Carolina ...

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No. 16. Extracts from report of Lieut. Comd'g C. R. P. Red-

gers, U. S. N., showing the results of a resurvey
of the bar and anchorage at Beaufort, N. C. 6

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No. 17. Report of Lieut. Comd'g J. N. Maffitt, U. S. N.,

showing the result of a re examination of the
bars and entrances to Cape Fear river, N. C. .... 6

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No. 18. Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, communi-

cating the discovery and position of a shoal
inside of the entrance to Amelia river, Florida,

reported by Lieut. Comdg S. D. Trenchard, U.S.N. 6 21
No. 19. Extract from report made by Assistant George

Davidson, communicating the discovery of a
bank near the northern entrance to Colvos Pass-
age, Admiralty Inlet, W. T.......

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No. 20. Tide tables for the use of navigators; prepared

from the Coast Survey observations by A. D.
Bache, Superintendent ..

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No. 21. Reports made to Superintendent, showing the

least water in channel entrances to certain har-
bors, rivers, and anchorages on the coasts of the
United States...

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No. 22. Report of Captain M. L. Smith, U. S. Topograph-

ical Engineers, assistant in charge of the Coast
Survey office, and extracts of sub-reports of
chiefs of the office divisions

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No. 23. List of original topographical sheets registered in

the archives of the United States Coast Survey
office, geographically arranged ...

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No. 24. List of original hydrographic sheets registered in

the archives of the United States Coast Survey
office, geographically arranged ...

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No. 25. List of geographical positions determined by the

United States Coast Survey, and continued from the
reports of 1851, 1853, and 1855...

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Coast Survey of the U. S., papers accompanyipg-Continued-
• No. 26. Notes of measurement of a base for the primary

triangulation of the eastern section of the coast

of the United States on Epping Plains, Maine...
No. 27. Report of Dr. B. A. Gould, jr., on the progress

made in telegraph campaigns for differences of
longitude, and the preparation of results for

publication...
No. 28. Report of Professor W. C. Bond on the moon cul-

minations and other phenomena observed for

the Coast Survey..
No. 29. Report of Professor Benjamin Pierce, LL. D., on

the determination of longitudes by occultations

of the Pleiades and solar eclipses -
No. 30. Notice of the determination of the longitude of

Fernandina, Amelia island, Florida, by means of
chronometer exchanges from Savannah, Georgia,

by the Superintendent Coast Survey...
No. 31. Account of the method and formulæ for the deter-

mination of the astronomical latitude by means
of the zenith telescope, as used in the survey of

the coast of the United States
No. 32. Report of Assistant Charles A. Schott upon the

gradual loss of magnetism of the several magnets

now in use in the survey of the coast
No. 33. On the heights of the tides of the United States,

from observations in the Coast Survey by A. D.

Bache, superintendent ....
No. 34. Report of Assistant L. F. Pourtales, in charge of

the office-work, relating to tidal observations....
No. 35. Report of Sub-assistant H. Mitchell, on observa-

tions of tides and currents in Nantucket and
Martha's Vineyard sounds, and in the East river
at Hell Gate, with remarks on the revision of

levellings on Hudson river.....
No. 36. On the winds of the western coast of the United

States, from observations in connexion with the
United States Coast Survey, by A. D. Bache,

Superintendent
No. 37. Report to the commissioners on the preservation

of New York harbor from encroachments, by the
advisory council on the comparative map of New

York bay and harbor, and the approaches.....
No. 38. Report of Mr. A. Boschke, on the drawing of maps

of New York harbor, made for the commissioners

on harbor encroachments...
No. 39. Report made by Lieutenant A. W. Evans, United

States army, on a topographical reconnaissance
of a part of Sapelo island, Georgia, for the selec-

tion of a site for a primary base line.....
No. 40. Extracts from a report by Assistant A. M. Harri-

son, relative to the topographical features of
Cumberland and Amelia islands, St. Mary's

river, Georgia, and Amelia river, Florida....
No. 41. Report of Captain J. H. Simpson, United States

Topographical Engineers, on the reconnaissance
and progress made in triangulation for an air
line between Fernandina and Cedar Keys, Flor-
ida

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Coast Survey of the U. S., papers accompanying --Continued-
No. 42. Report to the Commissioner of the General Land

Office, showing the progress made in the survey
and marking of the Florida Keys, in qnarter
sections, during the present season..

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No. 43. Extracts from the report of Sub-assistant W. M.

Johnson, on the topographical features of the
coast adjacent to Santa Barbara channel, Cali.
fornia...

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No. 44. Report of Assistant W. E. Greenwell, on the sur-

vey, character, and resources of the islands and
main adjacent to Santa Barbara channel, Cali-
fornia...

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No. 45. Description of an apparatus for measuring subsid-

iary base lines....
No. 46. Description of deep-sea sounding apparatus, in-

vented by Commander B. F. Sands, United States
navy...

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No. 47. Notes by Lieut. E. B. Hunt, on a new sounding ap-

paratus proposed by him for coast survey use... 6
No. 48. Report of Lieutenant Commanding W. G. Temple,

United States navy, on the result of trials made
with the new sounding apparatus devised by

Lieut. E. B. Hunt, United States engineers. 6
No. 49. Description of the tide-gauge devised by Lieuten-

ant Commanding S. D. Trenchard, United States
navy...

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No. 50. Letter from the Superintendent, communicating

the description of a tide-gauge devised by Sub-
assistant H. Mitchell, for taking observations in
deep water...

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No. 51. Report of Lieutenant E. B. Hunt, United States

engineers, on the preparation of an index of
scientific references...

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No. 52. Report of J. G. Kohl, esq., on the method, scope,

and completion of a history of maratime dis-
covery and exploration on the western coast of
the United States, prepared for publication with

the records of the United States Coast Survey... 6
No. 53. Reports of Commander W. T. Muse and Lieuten-

ant R. D. Minor, United States navy, on the
rescue of the American ship Manlius from sink-
ing, near Cape Henry, by the officers and crew
of the Coast Survey steamer Hetzel

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No. 54. Letter of Lieutenant Commanding J. K. Duer,

United States navy, and correspondence showing
the action taken by him, at the request of the
United States vice-consul at Nassau, N. P., and
United States consul at Havana, relative to the
crew and passengers of the American ship Julia
Howard, wrecked on the Bahama bank...,

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No. 55. Results of examinations for sites of light-houses,

&c., made by the Coast Survey, at the request of
the Light-house Board, under directions from
the Secretary of the Treasury, and in accordance
with laws of March 3, 1851, August 31, 1852,
and August 3, 1854.....

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No. 56. Letter of the Superintendent, transmitting the re-

port of Lieutenant Commanding C. R. P. Rodgers,
United States navy, upon a re-examination of
the “ Point of Rocks," at Westport, Mass., for a
light-house site...

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