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Jay, A. D. eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, and hereto prefixed, by which the said Cassidy & Co. have contracted to furnish, cut, and set, the granite work for and in the north front of the Patent Office building, at their own proper cost and upon the terms and conditions therein stipulated, then the above obligation to be void and of none effect, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue in law.
THOMAS BERRY, [L. S.]
SAMUEL CASSIDY. [L. s. In presence of
WM. N. KEEF,
J. W. BURNS. The names of Samuel Cassidy and William Higgins signed in presence of
0. W. MOORE,
I hereby certify that the parties to the foregoing bond are personally known to me, and that I believe them to be good and sufficient tor the amount of the penalty therein specified.
PHILIP BARTON KEY,
United States Attorney. Approved May 11, 1857.
ESTIMATE FOR SURVEYING PUBLIC LANDS AND PRIVATE
LAND CLAIMS IN CALIFORNIA.
THE SECRETARY OF TIIE TREASURY,
An estimate for an appropriation for surveying the public lands and
private land claims in California during the year ending June 30, 1858.
JANUARY 25, 1858.---Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means and ordered to be
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
January 23, 1858. Sır: In the estimates of this department, submitted to you with my letter of the 7th of November last, was an item $220,000 “ for surveying the public lands and private land claims in California, including office expenses incident to the survey of claims, and to be disbursed at the rates prescribed by law for the different kinds of work, being the amount of surveying liabilities incurred by the surveyor general during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1857, over and above that authorized under the appropriation of $50,000 for that period.”—(See printed estimates, pages 119 and 150.) As this item appears not to have been included in the estimates communicated by you to Congress at the opening of the present session, I have the honor now to invite your attention thereto, and to request that the oversight may be corrected. Very respectfully,
J. THOMPSON, Secretary. Hon. HOWELL COBB,
Secretary of the Treasury.
January 25, 1858. SIR: I have the honor to enclose herewith a letter from Hon. Jacob Thompson, the Secretary of the Interior, respecting an item of $220,000, which it is necessary should be inserted in the regular deficiency bill.
It was not included in the estimates submitted by me to Congress at the opening of the present session, for the reason that it did not belong to the expenses proper of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1858, but had been already expended on account of an appropriation made by Congress for the preceding fiscal year. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
Secretary of the Treasury. Hon. JAMES L. ORR,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
ESTIMATE.-DEFICIENCY FOR CONSERVATORY, &c., AT
THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE.
THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY,
An estimate for an appropriation to supply a deficiency in the appropri
ation for the conservatory and stables at the President's house.
JANUARY 25, 1858.- Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means, and ordered to be
Treasury DEPARTMENT 1858.
January 23, SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith a communication from Hon. J. Thompson, Secretary of the Interior, advising of a deficiency in an appropriation made at the last session of Congress, and requesting that it may be estimated for in the regular deficiency bill. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
Secretary of the Treasury. Hon. JAMES L, ORR,
Speaker House of Representatives, Washington city, D. C.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
January 13, 1858. SIR: I have the honor to enclose a copy of a communication to this department from the Commissioner of Public Buildings, dated the 11th instant, advising me of a deficiency of $3,905 in the appropriation made at the last session of Congress “ for the erection of stables and
6 conservatory at the President's house, to replace those about to be taken down to make room for the extension of the Treasury building,”