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Private land claims in New Mexico.
No, of claim.
No. of documents accompanying.
Description of documents accompanying each
No. 1. Grants, original, in Spanish. 2. Grant,
translation. 3. Notico. 4. Decision. No. 1. Grant, original, in Spanish. 2. (irant,
translation. 3. Contestants' deeds, original.
Testimony. 9. Decision.
translation. 3. Deed from Domingo Fernan-
9. Decision. No. 1. Petition, original. 2. Petition, transla
tion. 3. Quit claim deed, F. D. Herrero. 4. Notice. 5. Testimony. 6. Decision. No. 1. Grant, original. 2. Grant, translation.
3. Notice. 4. Testimony. 5. Testimony. 6.
3. Notice, original. 4. Notice, translation.
5. Testimony 6. Decision. No. 1. Grant, original. 2. Grant, translation.
3. Notice. 4. Testimony. 5. Decision. No. 1. Grant, original. 2. Grant, translation.
3. Notice. 4. Testimony. 5. Decision. No. 1. Grant, original. 2. Conveyance, original.
3 Grant and conveyance, translation. 4,
Testimony. 5. Notice. 6. Decision.
3. Notice. 4. Testimony. 5. Decision.
3. Deed of gifts, original. 4. Deed of gifts,
3. Notice. 4. Testimony. 5. Decision.
3. Conveyance from Juan de D' Peña to Juan Estevan Pino, (original.) 4. Same to same, (translation.) 5. Conveyance from Pedro Ortiz to Juan E. Pino, (original.) 6. Same to same, (translation.) 7. Conveyance from Justo P. Pino to Alexander Vallé, (original.) 8. Same to same, (translation.) 9. Notice. 10. Testimony. 11. Decision.
I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
THOS. A. HENDRICKS, Commissioner. Hon. JACOB THOMPSON,
Secretary of the Interior.
THE SECRETARY OF WAR,
Statements of contracts for the year 1857.
FEBRUARY 10, 1858.-Ordered to be printed.
Washington, February 9, 1858. SIR: In compliance with the requirements of the acts of April 21, 1808, and March 3, 1809, I have the honor to transmit herewith statements showing what contracts have been made under the authority of this department during the year 1857. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
JOHN B. FLOYD,
Secretary of War, Hon. JAMES L. ORR
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
List of contracts made by officers of the Quartermaster's Department for fuel, forage, transportation, &c., during the
Place and date.
1 Ringgold Barracks, Texas, Lieutenant B. Wingate, A. A. Hay: To deliver that post, by December 31, 1856, 250 H. Meklenburger, August 28, 1856. Q. M., with H. C. Davis. tons of hay, at $11 90 per ton.
J. L Rudolph.
troops and supplies from New York to Punta Rasa,
demurrage afterwards at $200 per day.
exceeding twenty years from October 7, 1854, with
mainder of the term.
tory, 1 officer and 55 men, at $3 each, and 25 tons of
baggage, at $9 per ton.
fanegas (140 pounds each) of corn, at $5 40 per fanega, elly & Co., John
quired for use there during one year from July 25,
1856, at $4 25 per cord. 7 Brazos, Texas, November 14, Lieutenant L. O. Morris, A. A. Transportation of troops : To transport on steamboats 1856.
Q. M., with Richard King. from Brazos Santiago to Fort Brown, Texas, companies
L and M, 1st artillery, and band of 2d cavalry, with
their baggage, &c., for $950.
M., with T. Bruguièr.
souri, Lieut. Warren and party, (26 persons,) with
$3 50 per 100 pounds for the supplies.
Pancasset, from Charleston to Fort Capron, Florida,
charging ; demurrage afterwards at $25 per day.
1, 1857, at $1 43 per cord.
D. Q. M. G., with Jennings, to Fort Monroe, on the steamship Philadelphia, 6 offi-
cers, at $60 each, and 111 enlisted men, &c., with
their baggage, &c., at $30 each.
of the ferry right and use of certain public buildings at
said military establishment, &c.
ton, according to specifications, for $3,000.
with Lunt, master.
to Benicia, California, 700 half barrels of beef, at
$1 12 per half barrel, per ship Golden Fleece. 17 Fort Davis, Texas, November Lieutenant T. G. Pitcher, R. Wood : To deliver at that post, in quantities as required, A. Young, C. Sali6, 1856. Q. M., with J. Dawson. 1,200 cords of oak wood, at $6 50 per cord.
nas, Jas. Dawson. Bond, $5,600.