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For compensation of sixteen laborers employed in

the public grounds and President's garden, at the rate of forty dollars per month each........ 7,680 00 To supply a deficiency for the purchase of trees

and the hire of laborers on the improvements of reservation number two, or public mall, between Seventh and Twelfth streets west......

5,276 52 For compensation of the keeper of the western gate of the Capitol square..

730 01 For compensation of two day watchmen, em.

played in the Capitol square, at five hundred dollars each

1,000 00 For compensation of the doorkeeper at the Presi

dent's House, at five hundred dollars, and of assistant doorkeeper at the same, at three hundred and sixty five dollars per annum....

865 00 For compensation of iwo night waichinen at the President's llouse....

1,000 00 For a bridge across the Potomac at Little Falls,

to be expended under the direction of the President of the United States...

30,000 00 For the purpose of bringing water into the city of

Washington, upon such plans and from such places as the President of the United States may approve....

...100,000 00 For compensation of two draw.keepers and a

watchman at the Potomac Bridge, and for tuel and oil for lamps.

1,800 00 For repairing the Long Bridge across the Potomac river...

20,000 00 For compensation of two draw-keepers at the

two bridges across the Eastern Branch of the

Potomac, and for fuel and oil for lamps....... 1,000 00 For compensation of the Auxiliary Guard, and for fuel and oil for lamps...

16,400 00 For the sapport, care, and medical treatment, in

the Washington Infirmary, of twelve transient paupers, medical and surgical patients..

2,000 00 For the purchase of manure for the public grounds.......

1,000 00 For cart hire on the public grounds....

1,000 00 For the purchase and repair of tools upon the public grounds...

500 00 For the purchase of trees and tree boxes to re

place, when necessary, such as have been planted by the United States, and for repairs of

pavements in front of the public grounds...... 2,300 00 For annual repairs of the Capitol, water-closets,

public stables, water pipes, pavements, and other walks within and around the Capitol Square, painting the interior of all the comimittee rooms, cleaning out and paving the vaults under the crypt, extending gas-pipes through the vaults, cleaning and whitewashing the ceiling of the rotunda, replacing broken glass, locks, &c.......

6,800 00 For annual repairs of the President's House, fur

niture, improvement of grounds, painting and repairing roof, cleaning, painting, and whitewashing inside of the house, extending east wing of offices for carriage-house, blinds for the west front of the house, flooring large room in baseinent, purchasing trees and plants for garden, and for making hot-beds therein, wire fence, &c...

6,250 00 For refurnishing the President's House, to be

expended under the direction of the President, in addition to the proceeds of the sale of such of the furniture and equipage of the said house as may be decayed, out of repair, or unfit for use..

25,000 00 For painting the exterior of the President's House below the cornice...

1,050 00 For heating and ventilating the Executive Man

sion, painting the exterior thereof, and painting the walls, ceilings, &c., of the rooms on the first floor, and making other improvements and repairs, and for the purchase of books for the President's library...

29,500 00 For erecting lainp-posts and lamps on both sides

of Pennsylvania Avenue, from Seventeenth street to Georgetown, and from the Capitol to the Navy Yard....

3,700 00 For completing the grading and paving of the

carriage way of Pennsylvania Avenue, from Seventeenth street to Rock Creek, and for setting the curb stone and paving the footway six feat wide on each side of said Avenue, in addition to the sum heretofore appropriated for that object....

14,700 00 For inciosing with an iron fence, and otherwise

improving, the triangular space on the north side of Pennsylvania Avenue, opposite the market house, and between Seventh and Eighth streets...

4,500 00 For å deficiency for surveying, leveling, and

measuring the triangular square on the north side of Pennsylvania Avenue between Thirteenth and Fourtrenth streets....

42 00 For supplying a deficiency in the appropriation

made March third, eighteen hundred and fortynine, for completing the room under the Senate post office...

451 31 For lighting the Capitol and President's House,

the public grounds around them and around the executive offices, and Pennsylvania Avenue.....

22,000 00 Towards the erection of the west wing of the Patent Office Building...

..200,000 00 For completing the repairs of the two bridges across the Eastern Branch

4,000 00 Miscellaneous. For salaries and incidental expenses of the commission appointed under the act of March third, eighteen hundred and filly-one, for setting land claims in California

75,000 00

For annuities and grants.....

750 00 year terminating June thirtieth, eighteen hunFor expenses of loans and treasury notes. 20,000 00 drd ani filty-four..

. [Indefinite.) For pensions to widows and orplans under the

For compensation and mileage of the members act entitled "An act to continue half pay to

of the Legislative Assembly, officers, clerk, certain widows and orphans," approved Feb

and contingent expenses of the Assembly, and ruary third, eighteen hundred and tiny three.. 174,000 00 to defray the expenses of taking the census of For the discharge of such miscellaneous claims,

said Territory...

20,000 00 not otherwise provided for, as shall be admitted

For the contingent expenses of the Territory, inin due course of settlement at the Treasury ... 5,000 00 cluding the salary of a clerk of the Executive To enable the Clerk of the House of Representa

deparunent...

1,500 00
tives to furnish, pay for, and deliver the same
books to the delegates from Oregon, New Mex-

$9.609,585 41
ico, and Utah, for the Thirty Second Congress,
ty-sixth July, eighteen hundred and fifty two. 2,700 00! By the act making appropriations for the support
To pay to J. T. Mudd for services in the office of

of the Army, for the year ending the thirtieth
Commissioner of Public Buildings, from the

of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-
day of the death of the late Commissioner to

four.
the appointment of the present incuinbent.... 65 00
For compensation of the warden, clerk, physi-

For pay of the Army...

.$1,814,759 00 cian, chaplain, two assistant keepers, four

For the remounting of the four companies of light guards, and porter of the penitentiary of the

artillery, althorized by the act of March third, District of Columbia...

7,350 00

eighteen hundred and forty-seven............ 18,500 00 For compensation of three inspectors of said pen

For the defense of San Francisco, California....500,000 00 itentiary.....

300 00 For continuing the defenses at the following For the support and maintenance of said peni

forts, viz: tentiary.

1,240 00

Florida.
For the support, clothing, and medical treatment
of insane paupers of the District of Columbia,

Fort Jefferson, at Garden Keys, or Tortugas

Islands... at such places as the Secretary of the Interior

..100,000 00 may, in his discretion, deem proper ..........

Fort Taylor, Key West..... 10,000 00

75,000 00 For the purchase of two hundred and fifty copies

Georgia.
of the Statutes at Large of the United States,

Fort Pulaski, including barracks and quarters... 20,000 00
and of the Synoptical Index thereto, at the con-
tract price paid by Congress, to be distributed

South Carolina,
under the direction of the Department of State,

Fort Sumpter, Charleston harbor........

.110,000 00
among the several consulates and cominercial
agents....

8,750 00

Maryland.
For the collection of agricultural statistics and

Fort Carroll, Sollers's Point, Baltimore harbor. 50,000 00
purchase of seeds, to be paid out of the patent
fund...

Delaware.

5,000 00 For salaries of nine supervising and fifty local in

Fort Delaware, Pea Patch Island, Delaware spectors, appointed under the act approved

river.......

.... 150,000 00
August thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred

Maine.
and fifty-two, for the better protection of the
lives of passengers by steamboats, with travel-

Fort Knox, Penobscot river...

55,000 00
ing and other expenses incurred by them..... 70,000 00

Massachusetts.
For paper required for the printing of Congress
for the first session of the Thirty-Third Con-

Fort Warren, Boston harbor..

45,090 00 gress .....

. 104,064 00

Fort Winthrop, Governor's Island, Boston...... 29,573 00
For paper required for the printing of the Execu-

For commutation of officers' subsistence........615,847 00
tive departments..

10,300 00

For commutation of forage for officers' horses...104,928 00
For the printing of the Senate for the first session

For payments in lieu of clothing for officers' ser-
of the Thirty-Third Congress ......

vants.. 37,463 00

36,320 00 For the printing of the House of Representatives

For expenses of recruiting..

43,200 00 for the first session of the Thirty-Third Con

For three months' extra pay for non-coinmisgress....

56,194 00

sioned officers, musicians, and privates, on reFor the printing of the Executive departments,

enlistinent....

10,000 00 including for paper and printing the annual

For subsistence in kind..

.1,028,497 00
estimates, and for paper, printing, binding the

For clothing for the Army, camp and garrison
Biennial Register, and the annual report of the

equipage, and borse equipments..

..352,143 56 Secretary of the Treasury on commerce and

For the regular supplies of the Quartermaster's navigation...

22,289 04

Department, consisting of fuel, forage in kind
For compensation to the Superintendent of the

for the horses, mules, and oxen, of the Quar-
Public Printing and the two cierks and messen-

terinaster's Departinent, at the several military ger in his office...

6,595 00

posts and stations, and with the armies in the For blank books, advertising for proposals for

field; for the horses of the first and second repaper, postage, &c.

1,102 00

giments of dragoons, the companies of light arFor compensation of the librarian of the Patent

üllery, the regiment of mounted riflemen, and Office, to be paid out of the patent fund....... 1,200 00

such companies of infantry as may be mounted, For the purchase of books for the library of the

and also for the authorized number of officers: Patent Office, to be paid out of the patent fund, 1,500 00

horses when serving in the field and at the out

posts; of straw for soldiers' bedding; and of Merican Boundary Commission.

stationery, including company and other blank For completing the survey of the Rio Grande,

books for the army, certificates for discharged and for ofhce work for one year ......

83,512 00 soldiers, blank forms for the Pay and Quarter-
For arrears due Major William H. Emory's party, 20,000 00 master's Departments, and for the printing of
For expenses attending Lieutenant Whipple's

division and deparunent orders, arıny regula-
party from the Gila...
6,000 00 tions, and reports..

.1,050,000 00
For pay of Commissioner and Secretary, and for

For the incidental expenses of the Quartermaspersonal and traveling expenses of the Com

ter's Department, consisting of postage on letmissioner..

9,500 00 ters and packets received and sent by officers For carrying into effect the provisions of the act

of the army on public service; expenses of establishing an assay office in the city of New

courts-martial and courts of inquiry, including York, in addition to the charges therein author

the additional compensation to judges-advocate, ized to be incurred..

.100,000 00 recorders, members, and witnesses, while on To pay James B. Smallwood and Martin La

that service, under the act of March sixteenth, Truite, boys attending upon the mail wagons

eighteen hundred and two; extra pay to solof the Senate, being twenty per cent. in addi.

diers employed, under the direction of the tion to their pay for the year ending the thir

Quartermaster's Department, in the erection tieth of June, one thousand eight hundred

of barracks, quarters, storehouses, and hospiand fifty-three....

292 00 tals; the construction of roads and other conTo pay the clerks of the Departments of the

stant labor, for periods of not less than ten days, Treasury, War, Navy, the interior, and the

under the act of March second, eighteen hunPost Office, when distributed and arranged as

dred and nineteen ; expenses of expresses to required by the third section of this act accord

and from the frontier posts and armies in the ing to its provisions...... .........[Indefinite.] field ; of escorts to payınasters, other disbursThe Secretary of the Treastıry to purchase at the

ing officers, and trains, when military escorts current market price any of the outstanding

cannot be furnished; expenses of the interment stocks of the United States as he may think

of non-commissioned officers and soldiers; aumost advisable, from any surplus funds in the

thorized office furniture; hire of laborers in 'Treasury...

......[Indefinite.) the Quartermaster's Department, including The President of the United States to compen

hire of interpreters, spies, and guides for the sate Clark Mills for the execution of the eques

army; compensation of clerk to officers of the trian statue of Andrew Jackson, recently placed

Quartermaster's Department; compensation of upon the public square in the city of Washing

forage and wagon-masters, authorized by the ton north of the Executive Mansion, and to

act of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight; make the same the property of the United

for the apprehension of deserters, and the exStates..

20,000 00 penses incident to their pursuit; the various To pay Daniel S. McCauley, the late Consul

expenditures required for the first and second General at Alexandria, in Egypt, for office rent

regiments of dragoons, the companies of light at the rate of four hundred dollars per annum,

artillery, the regiment of mounted ritlemen, and during the time he acted in that capacity.... [Indefinite.) such coinpanies of infantry as may be mounted, For salaries of Governor and Superintendent of

including the purchase of traveling forges, Indian Affairs, three judges, attorney, and mar

blacksinith's and shoeing tools, horse and mule shal of Washington Territory, from the time

shoes, iron, hire and veterinary surgeons, and of their appointment to the end of the fiscal

medicine for horses and mules..... ....300,000 00

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To make such explorations and surveys as may

be deemed advisable, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from

the Mississippi river to the Pacific ocean.......150,000 00 For the purpose of enabling the commissioners of

the Military Asylum to purchase a suitable site with the view of establishing thereat a Western Military Asylum, in addition to the sum in the hands of the commissioners.....

10,000 00 $9,767,413 44

For constructing, repairing, and enlarging bar

racks, quarters, hospitals, storehouses, stables, wbarves, and ways, at the several posts and army depûts ; for temporary cantonments, and the authorized furniture for barrack rooms of non commissioned officers and soldiers; gunhouses for the protection of cannon, including the necessary tools and materials for the objects enumerated, and for rent of quarters and offices for officers, and barracks and hospitals for troops, where there are no public buildings for their accommodation ; for storehouses for the safe-keeping of military stores, and of grounds for summer cantonments and encampments......

.300,000 00 For erecting barracks and quarters at the Republican fork of the Kansas river..

65,000 00 For erecting barracks and quarters for a military post on Minnesota river....

40,000 00 For mileage or allowance made to officers for the

transportation of themselves and baggage, when traveling on duty without troops.

..120,000 00 For transportation of the army, including the

baggage of the troops, when moving either by land or water; of clothing, camp, and garrison equipage, and horse equipments, from the depôt at Philadelphia to the several posts and army depôts; of subsistence from the places of purchase, and from the places of delivery, under contract, to such places as the circumstances of the service may require it to be sent; of ordnance, ordnance stores, and small arms, from the founderies and armories to the arsenals, fortifications, frontier posts, and army depots ; freights, tells, and serriage; for the purchase and hire of horses, mules, oxen, wagons, carts, drays, ships, and other sea-going vessels and boats, for the transportation of supplies, and for garrison purposes; for drayage and cartage at the several posts; hire of teamsters, transportation of funds for the pay and other disbursing departments; the expense of sailing public transports on the various rivers, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic and Pa. cific; and for procuring water at such posts as from their situation require that it be brought from a distance..

.. 1,500,000 00 For the purchase of horses required for the first

and second regiments of dragoons, the companies of light artillery, the regiment of mounted riflemen, and such companies of infantry as may be mounted.......

.......180,000 00 For the inedical and hospital departments..

52,000 00 For cannon, gun-carriages, and projectiles for sea-coast defense...

..200,000 00 For ordnance, ordnance stores, and supplies.... 100,000 00 For the current expense of the ordnance service, 100,000 00 For the manufacture of arms at the national armories....

250,000 00 To make good damages at Harper's Ferry, caused

by the flood of nineteenth and twentieth of April, eighteen hundred and fisty two..... 20,000 00 For repairs and improvements and new machinery at Harper's Ferry.........

43,500 00 For repairs and improvements and new machinery at Springfield Armory.

46,094 00 For arsenals...

41,071 00 For arrearages prior to July first, eighteen hun

dred and fifteen, payable through the office of the 'Third Auditor, under an act approved May first, eighteen hundred and twenty, in addition to an unexpended balance of seven thousand four hundred and twenty-six dollars remaining in the Treasury on the thirtieth of September, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two..... 3,500 00 For arrearages of pay, subsistence and clothing

due to Captain Richard McRae's company of Virginia volunteers, which served in the war with Great Britain in eighteen hundred and twelve and thirteen.............

10,334 31 For bridges, and establishing communications be

tween Fort Leavenworth and the Republican fork of the Kansas river...

11,725 00 For fuel and quarters for officers of the army

serving on ligbl-house duty, the payment of which is no longer made by the Quartermaster's Department....

4,053 87 For fuel and quarters, and for mileage or trans

portation for officers and enlisted men of the army serving on the coast survey in cases no longer provided for by the Quartermaster's Department...........

10,000 00 For the discharge of claims for preventing and

suppressing Indian hostilities in Florida.... [Indefinite.) To extend the provisions of the first section of

the act entitled "An act making appropriations for the support of the Army for the year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one," approved September twenty-eight, eighteen hundred and finy, granting estra pay to the officers and enlisted inen of the Army serving in Oregon and California, to the officers and men of the two companies of regiment of mounted riflemen that garrisoned the post of Fort Laramie, Oregon route, during

the time they occupied said post. ..[Indefinite.) To pay to Richard B. Lee, late commissary of

the Pacific division of the army, the sum of eleven hundred and seventy-five dollars, with interest froin the ninth of June, eighteen bundred and filly, being for money lost in being transported from Honolulu to San Francisco, under his charge, and for which he has ac counted to the Department, and which sum includes the expenses incurred in efforts to recover the same..

1,367 70

By the act making appropriations for the Naval service for the year ending the thirtieth of June,

one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four. For pay of commission, warrant, and petty offi

cers, and seamen, including the Engineer Corps of the Navy..

.82,882.148 00 To pay to the officers, petty officers, and seamen

of the United States Navy, to the officers, noncommissioned officers, musicians, and privates of the Marine Corps, and to the officers and men of the Revenue service who served in the Pacific ocean, on the coast of California and Mexico, during the late war with Mexico, and since the conclusion of the war up to the twenty-eighth of September, eighteen hundred and fifty, the same additional compensation as has been by law directed to be paid to the officers and sol

diers of the Army who served in California. [Indefinite.] To allow to Lieutenant William Lewis Herndon

and Lardner Gibbon, officers of the United States Navy, who were engaged upon the exploration of the Amazon, the same pay as has been allowed to the Superintendent of the Naval Astronomical Expedition in Chili, by the act making appropriations for the naval service, approved March third, eighteen hundred and fiity-one, during the period of their service as aforesaid, which period shall be reckoned from the date on which each officer left the United States until the final return of the exploring party.......

. [Indefinite. ) For pay of superintendents, naval constructors,

and all the civil establishments at the several navy-yards and stations...

..108,650 00 For provisions for comuission, warrant, and

perty officers and seamen, including engineers

and marines attached to vessels for sea service,686,200 00 For the completion of a scientific investigation

and experiments upon the character of alimentary substances, used as subsistence in the Navy, and means to prevent their deterioration...

5,000 00 For surgeons' necessaries and appliances for the

sick and hurt of the Navy, including the Marine Corps.....

37,300 00 For repair of vessels in ordinary, and for wear

and tear of vessels in commission, including fuel and purchase of hemp...

1,941,450 00 For ordnance and ordnance stores, and small

arms, including incidental expenses.... ..200,000 00 For preparing for publication the American Nautical Almanac ...

19,000 00 For the purchase of nautical instruments re

quired for the use of the Navy, for repairs of the

same, and also of astronomical instruments... 11,000 00 For the purchase of nautical books, maps, and

charts, and for backing and binding the same.. 12,500 00 For printing and publishing sailing directions,

hydrographical surveys, and astronomical ob. servations ......

5,500 00 For models, drawing, and copying, postage, sta

tionery, freight, and transportation ; for pay of lithographer, and for working lithographic press, including chemicals; for keeping grounds and buildings in order; for fuel and lights; for repairs of buildings, and for all other contingent expenses of the Hydrograph

ical Office and United States Observatory.... 7,240 00 For continuing the publication of the Wind and

Current Charts, and for defraying all the expenses connected therewith...

10,000 00 For pipes for carrying gas to, and fixtures for

lighting with it, the National Observatory... 2,500 00 For the wages of persons employed at the Ob

servatory and Hydrographical Office, viz: one lithographer, one instrument maker, two watchmen, and one porter.......

3,160 00 For contingent expenses that may accrue for the

following purposes, viz: freight and trans. portation, printing and stationery, advertising in newspapers, books, maps, models, and drawings, purchase and repair of fire-engines and machinery, repairs of, and attending to steam-engines in navy-yards, purchase and inaintenance of horses and oxen, and driving teams, carts, timber wheels, and the purchase and repair of workmen's tools, postage of pub. lic letters, furniture for Government houses, suel, oil, and candles for navy-yards and shore stations, pay of watchmen and incidental labor not chargeable to any other appropriation, la bor attending the delivery of stores on civil stations, wharfage, duckage, and rent, traveling expenses of officers and others under orders, funeral expenses, store and office rent, stationery, fuel, commissions and pay of clerks to navy agents and storekeepers, flags, awnings, and packing boxes, premiums and other expenses of recruiting, apprehending deserters, per diem pay to persons attending courts. martial and courts of inquiry, and other services authorized by law, pay to judges-advocate, pilotage and towage of vessels and as

sistance to vessels in distress, bills of health and quarantine expenses of the United States Navy in foreign ports..

.527,810 00 For improvement and repair of buildings and

grounds, and support of the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland

46,059 00 For purchase of land, extending walls, making

new roads and wharf, building and furnishing hospital, and changing the fronts of houses, at

the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.. 38,000 00 For meterological observations, to be conducted

under the directions of the Secretary of the Navy..........

2,000 00 For construction, extension, and completion of

the following objects, and for contingent ex-
penses at the several navy-yards, viz:

Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
For cooper's shop and watchman's quarters,

dredging in front, and pointing and puddling
stone basin, boiler-room, boilers, engine and
machinery, reservoir for engine house, pipes,
gutters, drains, and cisterns, grading yard near
timber shed, and for repairs of all kinds, in-
cluding care of floating dock........

53,107 00 Boston, Massachusetts. For rebuilding smitbery, cooperage, and pack

ing-house, coal-house, for rope-walk, engines,
stone wall west of timber-dock, rebuilding bat-
tery, grading and paving timber-shed number
thirty-one, and for repairs of all kinds........ 81,460 00

New York, New York.
For completing commander's house, smithery,

timber shed; lime, pitch, and coal-house; con-
tinuing quay-wall, muster office, cob wharf;
dredging channel and piers ; completing en-
gine-house, culvert, and removing piles in
front of dock; filling in timber-pond and low
places; paving gutters and flagging, and for re-
pairs of all kinds..

...249,320 00 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For extending wharf number four, and dredging,

completing, paving, and for repairs of all kinds, including floating dock....

23,925 00 Washington, District of Columbia. For filling in timber-dock, (completion of,) ex

tending boiler-shop, converting old ordnanceshop into machine-shop, steam-engine and other machinery for ordnance works, ordnance foundery for casting brass guns, railway from anchor and boiler-shop to wharves, quay-wall south front of yard, and for repairs of all kinds...

...162,512 00 Norfolk, Virginia. For extending quay-wharves, completing timber

dock, machinery for engine, machine and armorers' shop, dredging, filling in low grounds, grading, completing magazine and keeper's house, Fort Norfolk, hauling up slips and mud scows, and for repairs of all kinds..

.....114,600 00 Pensacola, Florida. For permanent wharf, paint shops, and cooper

age, construction of deep basin and dredging, rebuilding central whari, and wharves J and C,smoke-stack, and extending machine-shops, mooring anchors, cables, and fixtures for mooring and operating floating dock, and for repairs of all kinds..

.. 225,800 00 Memphis, Tennessee. For completing hemp-house, completing black

smith-shop and office building, cisterns for rope-walk, culvert from rope-walk to river, and for repairs of all kinds..

43,976 00 For completion of railing for vertical wall... 800 00 For the purchase of iron railing for the rope-laying machinery of the rope-walk....

4,090 00 San Francisco, California. For blacksmith-shop, carpenter's shop, storehouse, and wharf

. 100,000 00 To complete and carry into execution the verbal

contract for a basin and railway in California, in connection with the floating dock, as made by the late Secretary of the Navy in pursuance of authority for that purpose, given by the act of September the twenty-eighth, one thousand eight hundred and fifty,entitled "An act inaking appropriations for the naval service for the year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one," and as stated in the letter of the said late Secretary, addressed to the Hon. Howell Cobb, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and dated the twenty-first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one..

.,150,000 00 For HOSPITALS.-At Boston. For repairs of all kinds

600 00 At New York. For repairs of all kinds...

300 00 At Philadelphia Naval Asylum. For tinning roof of asylum, laying water-pipes,

furnaces, grates and ranges, pavements and

gutters.... For repairs of all kinds.

............. 5,000 00

1,000 00 At Norfolk. For wall to inclose a grave-yard, including excavation....

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For the purchase of land, to be used as a road

communicating with the Navy hospital grounds at Norfolk, Virginia..

2,500 00 For repairs of all kinds..

2,500 00 At Pensacola. For wall around hospital grounds..

22,500 00 For draining and filling ponds.

2,650 00 For repairs of all kinds ....

11,175 00 For MAGAZINES.- At Boston, Massachu

setts. For beds to stow shot, for arrangements for

bouching, filling, and unloading shells, and for repairs of all kinds....

2,800 00 At New York. For fitting storerooms, work-shops, and machin

ery for ordnance purposes, for gun-skids, graveling ordnance grounds, and for repairs of all kinds....

4,285 00 At Washington. For foundations for stowing shot, and protection

of shells, for powder magazine, new floor, and for repairs of all kinds....

4,700 00
At Norfolk.
For foundations of guns and shells, for machin-

ery, for bouching shells, and preparing filling,
and tank-houses, and for repairs of all kinds.? 4,500 00

At Pensacola.
For preparing platform for saluting battery, and
for repairs of all kinds......

950 00 Marine Corps. For pay of officers, non-commissioned officers,

privates, musicians, clerks, messengers, stew.
ards, and servants serving on shore; for rations
and clothing for servants, subsistence for offi-
cers, and pay for undrawn clothing and rations,
bounties for reënlistments, and pay for unex-
pired terms of previous service...

.223,530 44 For provisions for marines serving on shore.... 29,984 75 For clothing..

52,064 00 For fuel...

14,194 50 For military stores, repair of arms, pay of arm

orers, accouterments, ordnance stores, flags,

drums, fifes, and musical instruments... 8,000 00 For transportation of officers and troops, and expenses of recruiting ......

12,000 00 For repairs of barracks and rent of temporary

barracks, and offices, where there are no pub-
lic buildings for that purpose......

6,000 00 For contingencies, viz: ireight, tonnage, toll,

cartage, warfage, compensation to judges advocate, per diem for attending courts-martial, courts of inquiry, and for constant labor, houserent in lieu of quarters, burial of deceased marines, printing, stationery, postage, apprehension of deserters, oil, candies, forage, straw, furniture, bed sacks, spades, axes, picks, shovels, carpenters' tools, keep of a horse for the messenger, pay of matron, washerwoman, and porter, at the hospital headquarters... 25,000 00 For the purpose of paying the lien existing on the

lands recently purchased as an addition to the
navy-yard at Brooklyn. .....

12,247 05 For the service of continuing the survey of the

coast of the Gulf of Mexico from Appalachi
cola bay to the Mississippi river, by the act of
March third, eighteen hundred and forty-one,
and which has been carried to the credit of the
surplus fund, be, and is hereby,

reappropriated
to pay for the services of the officer or officers
employed in that survey...

1,164 10

$8,209,260 77 By the act making appropriations for the service

of the Post Office Department during the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand

eight hundred and fifty-four. For transportation of the mails...

$5,029,000 00 For compensation to postmasters... ..2,026,000 00 For ship, steamboat, and way-letters........... 30,000 00 For wrapping paper....

52,000 00 For office furniture in the ollices of postinasters.. 8,000 00 For advertising..

76,500 00 For mail bags.

51,000 00 For blanks....

55,000 00 For mail locks, keys, and stamps..

20,000 00 For mail depredations and special agents.. 50,000 00 For clerks in the offices of postmasters........ .556,000 00 For miscellaneous items...

.120,000 00 For postage stamps and stamped envelopes..... 55,000 00 To supply any deficiency that may arise in the

revenues of the Post Office Department, to
meet the foregoing appropriations for the year
ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight
hundred and fitty-four.....

...1,800,000 O

$9,928,500 00
By the act making appropriations for the current
and contingent expenses of the Indian Depart-
ment, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with
various Indian tribes, for the year ending June
thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-
four.
For the current and contingent expenses of the

Indian Department, viz :
For the pay of Superintendents of Indian Affairs,

per acts of fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty, twenty-seventh February, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, and third March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two...

$12,500 00 For the pay of the several Indian agents, per acts

of fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty, twenty-eighth September, eighteen hundred and fifty, and twenty seventh February, eighteen hundred and fifty one..

48,750 00 For the pay of Interpreters, per acts of the thirti

eth June, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, and twenty seventh February, eighteen hundred and fifty-one...

28,000 00 For the pay of clerk to Superintendent at St. Louis, Missouri, per act of twenty-seventh

June, eighteen hundred and forty-six... 1,200 00 For the pay of clerk to Superintendent at Van

Buren, Arkansas, per aci of twenty-seventh

June, eighteen hundred and forty-six...... 1,000 00 For the pay of clerk to Superintendent in Cali

fornia, per act of third March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two....

2,500 00 For office rent, fuel, lights, and stationery, for

the Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Oregon........

2,400 00 For traveling expenses of Superintendent of In.

dian Affairs in Oregon and agents therein..... 2,000 00 For general incidental expenses of the Indian service in the State of California....

30,000 00 For general incidental expenses of the Indian

service in the Territory of New Mexico...... 10,000 00 For general incidental expenses of the Iudian service in the Territory of Utah.....

10,000 00 For expenses already incurred, and that may

hereafter be necessary, for vaccination of Indians.........

5,000 00 For presents to Indians..

5,000 00 For provisions for Indians..

11,800 00 For repairs of buildings at agencies.

2,000 00 For contingencies of the Indian Department..., 36,500 00 For deficiencies in the fund for the contingencies of the Indian Department....

15,000 00 To the Christian Indians. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the acts of

May twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and twen.
ty-four, and May twentieth, eighteen hundred
and twenty-six...

400 00 To the Chippewas of Saganaw. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of the third of August, seven-
teen hundred and ninety-five.....

1,000 00 Fer permanent annuity, stipulated in the second

article of the treaty of seventeenth November,
eighteen hundred and seven...

800 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of twenty-fourth of Sep-
tember, eighteen hundred and nineteen..

1,000 00 For permanent provision for the support of black

smiths, and for farming utensils and cattle, and
for the employment of persons to aid them in
agriculture, stipulated in the eighth article of the
treaty of the twenty-fourth of September, eigh-
teen hundred and nineteen, and the seventh
article of the treaty of fourteenth of January,
eighteen hundred and thirty-seven...

2,000 00 For education, during the pleasure of Congress,

stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty of the
fifth of August, eighteen hundred and twenty-
six

1,000 00 Chippewas, Menomonies, Winnebagoes, and

New York Indians.
For education, during the pleasure of Congress,

stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty of the
eleventh of August, eighteen hundred and
twenty-seven...

1,500 00 Choctaws. For permanent annnity, stipulated in the second

article of the treaty of sixteenth of November,
eighteen hundred and five.

3,000 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the thir

teenth article of the treaty of the eighteenth of

October, eighteen hundred and twenty........ 600 00 For perinanent annuity for education, stipulated

in the second article of the treaty of twentieth

of January, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, 6,000 00 For permanent provision for blacksmith, stipu

lated in the sixth article of the treaty of the
eighteenth of October, eighteen hundred and
twenty, and the ninth article of the treaty of
twentieth of January, eighteen hundred and
twenty-five...

600 00 For iron and steel, &c., for shop, stipulated in

the ninth article of the treaty of twentieth of
January, eighteen hundred and twenty-five... 320 00

Chickasaws.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the act of

the twenty-fifth of February, seventeen hun-
dred and ninety-nine.....

3,000 00 Chippewas of Lake Superior and the Mis

sissippi.
For seventeenth of twenty installments in money,

stipulated in the second article of the treaty of
the twenty-ninth of July, eigbteen hundred and
thirty-seven .....

9,500 00 For seventeenth of twenty installments in goods,

stipulated in the second article of the treaty of
the twenty-ninth of July, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven..

19,000 00 For seventeenth of twenty installments for the es

tablishment of three smiths' shops, supporting
three smiths, and furnishing iron and steel,

stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-ninth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty seven...

3,000 00 For seventeenth of twenty installments for the

support of farmers, purchase of implements, grain or seed, and to carry on their agricultural pursuits, stipulated in the second article of tne treaty of the twenty-ninth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven..

1,000 00 For seventeenth of twenty installments for the

purchase of provisions, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven

2,000 00 For seventeenth of twenty installments for the

purchase of tobacco, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven

500 00 For twelfth of twenty-five installments in money,

stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of October, eighteen hundred an forty-two....

12,500 09 For twelfth of twenty-five installments in goods,

stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two

10,500 00 For twelfth of twenty-five installments for the

support of two smiths' shops, including the pay of two smiths, and furnishing iron and steel, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two....

2,000 00 For twelfth of twenty-five installments, for the

pay of two farmers, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two........

1,060 DO For twelfth of twenty-five installments for the

pay of two carpenters, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two...

1,200 For twelfth of twenty five installments for the

support of schools, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two....

2,000 每 For twelfth of twenty-five installments for the

purchase of provisions and tobacco, stipulated
in the fourth article of the treaty of the fourth
of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two... 2,000 80

Creeks.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of the seventh of August,
seventeen hundred and ninety...

1,500 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second

article of the treaty of the sixteenth of June,
eighteen hundred and two......

3,000 0 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of the twenty-fourth of

January, eighteen hundred and twenty six ... 20,000 00 For permanent provision for blacksmith and as

sistant, stipulated in the eighth article of the
treaty of the twenty-fourth of January, eigh-
teen hundred and twenty-six..

840 00 For iron, steel, &c., for shops, stipulated in the eighth article of the treaty of the twenty-fourth

of January, eighteen liundred and twenty-six, For seventeenth of twenty installments for the

pay of two blacksmiths and assistants, stipu.
lated in the thirtieth article of the treaty of the
twenty-fourth of March, eighteen hundred and
thirty-two .......

1,680 For iron, steel, &c.; stipulated in the thirtieth ar

ticle of the treaty of the twenty-fourth of

March, eighteen hundred and thirty-two..
For permanent provision for the pay of a wheel-

wright, stipulated in the eighth article of the
treaty of the twenty-fourth of January, eigh-

teen hundred and twenty-six ...
For twenty-third of thirty-three installments for

education, stipulated in the thirteenth articie
of the treaty of the twenty-fourth of March,
one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two,
and fourth article of the treaty of the fourth of
January, eighteen hundred and forty-five ...

3,000 For interest on three hundred and fifty thousand

dollars, at tive per centum, stipulated in the
third article of the treaty of the twenty-third
of November, eighteen hundred and thirty-
eight .....

17,500 For tenth of twenty installments for education,

stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of
the fourth of anuary, eighteen hundred and
forty-five...

3,000 to For blacksmith and assistant during the pleasure

of the President, stipulated in the fifth article
of the treaty of the fourteenth of February,

eighteen hundred and thirty-three.....
For iron, steel, and coal, during the pleasure of

the President, stipulated in the fifth article of
the treaty of the fourteenth of February, eigh-

teen hundred and thirty-three
For wagon-maker, during the pleasure of the

President, stipulated in the fifth article of the
treaty of the fourteenth of February, eighteen

hundred and thirty-three
For agricultural implements, during the pleasure
of the President, stipulated in the eighth article
of the treaty of the twenty-fourth of January,

eighteen hundred and twenty-six...
For education, during the pleasure of the Presi-

dent, stipulated in the filth article of the treaty
of the fourteenth of February, eighteen hun-
dred and thirty-three ...

1,000 to
Delawares.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of third of August, seven-
teen hundred and ninety-five..

...

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3,000 00

six...

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third

article of the treaty of the thirtieth of September, eighteen hundred and nine

500 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fifth

article of the treaty of the third of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen....

4,000 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the supple

mental treaty of the twenty-fourth of Septem

ber, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine...... 1,000 00 For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in the private

article of supplemental treaty of the twentyfourth of September, eigbteen hundred and twenty-nine, to the treaty of the third of Oc

tober, eighteen hundred and eighteen ..... 200 00 For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in the sup

plemental article of the treaty of the twentysixth of October, eighteen hundred and thirtyIwo......

100 00 For permanent provision for the purchase of salt,

stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the seventh of June, eighteen hundred and three ..........

100 00 For permanent provision for blacksmith and ag

sistant, stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty of third of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen...

720 00 For iron, steel, &c., for shop, stipulated in the

sixth article of the treaty of the third of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen.

220 0 For interest on forty-six thousand and eighty dol

lars, at five per centum, being the value of thirty-six sections of land set apart by treaty of eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, for education, stipulated in resolution of the Senate of the nineteenth of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight.........

2,304 00 Florida Indians, or Seminoles. For the removal and subsistence of Seminoles now in Florida......

..200,000 00 For tenth of fifteen installments in goods, stipu

lated in the sixth article of the treaty of the fourth of January, eighteen hundred and fortyfive .....

2,000 00 For tenth of fifteen installments in money, stip

ulated in the fonrth article of the treaty of the fourth of January, eighteen hundred and for. ty-five ...

3,000 00 Lowas. For interest on one hundred and fifty-seven thou

sand five hundred dollars, at five per centum, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the nineteenth of October, eighteen hun. dred and thirty-eigbt .....

7,875 00 Kanzas. For interest on two hundred thousand dollars, at

five per centum, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the fourteenth of January, eighteen hundred and forty-six

10,000 00 Miamies. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of the twenty-third of Oc

tober, eighteen hundred and twenty-six...... 25,000 00 For permanent provision for blacksmith and as

sisiant, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty of the sixth of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen.....

720 00 For iron, steel, &c., stipulated in the fifth article

of the treaty of the sixth of October, eigliteen hundred and eighteen

220 00 For permanent provision for the purchase of one

thousand pounds of tobacco, two thousand pounds of iron, and one thousand pounds of steel, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of ihe twenty-third of October, eighteen hundred and twenty-six...

770 00 For permanent provision for jy of miller in lieu

of gunsmith, stipulated in the gah article of the treaty of the sixth of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, and the fifth article of the treaty of the twenty-fourth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-four......

600 00 For permanent provision for the purchase of one

hundred and sixty bushels of salt, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty of the sixth of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen... 320 00 For education and support of poor during the

pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty of the twenty third of

October, eighteen hundred and twenty-six.... 2,000 00 For thirteenth ot'iwenty installments in money,

stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of November, eighteen hundred and forty....

12,500 00 For permanent provision for payment in lieu of

laborers, stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of November, eighteen hundred and forty........

250 00 For permanent provision for agricultural assist

ance, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty of the sixth of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen....

200 00 Eel Rivers :

Miamies.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of third of August, seven-
teen hundred and ninety-five...,.

500 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third

article of the treaty of the twenty-first of August, eighteen hundred and five..

250 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third

article of the treaty of the thirtieth of September, eighteen hundred and nine ........

350 00

Menomonies.
For eighteenth of twenty installments as annuity,

stipulated in the second article of the treaty of
third of September, eighteen hundred and thir-
ty-six....

20,000 00 For eighteenth of twenty installments for two

blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the third of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-six...

1,440 00 For eighteenth of twenty installments for iron,

steel, &c., for shops, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the third of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-six.....

440 00 For eighteenth of twenty installments for the pur

chase of provisions, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the third of September,

eighteen hundred and thirty-six., For eighteenth of twenty installments for the pur

chase of two thousand pounds of tobacco, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of third of September, eighteen hundred and thirtysix......

400 00 For eighteenth of twenty installments for farm

ing utensils and cattle, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the third of September, eighteen hundred and thiny-six..

500 00 For eighteenth of twenty installments for thirty

barrels of salt, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the third of September, eighteen bundred and thirty-six....

150 00 For second of fifteen installments for pay of mil

ler, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the eighteenth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-eight....

600 00 Omahas. For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleas

ure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty

720 00 For iron, steel, &c., for shops, during the pleas

ure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty

220 00 For agricultural implements, during the pleasure

of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty .....

500 00 Ottoes and Missourias. For education, during the pleasure of the Presi

dent, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-first of Septenuber, eighteen hundred and thirty-three..

500 00 For pay of farmer, during the pleasure of the

President, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty of the twenty-first of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-three....

600 00 For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure

of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty.

720 00 For iron, steel, &c., during the pleasure of the

President, stipulaied in the fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty....

220 00 Ottowas. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of ibe third of August,

seventeen hundred and ninety-five...... 1,000 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second

article of the treaty of the seventeenth of November, eighteen hundred and seven..

800 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of the seventeenth of September, eighteen hundred and eighteen... 1,500 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth of
August, eighteen hundred and twenty-one.... 1,000 00

Ottawas and Chippewas.
For nineteenth of twenty installments, stipulated

in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-
eighth day of March, eighteen hundred and thir-
ty-six..

30,000 00 for interest to be paid as annuity, on two hun

dred thousand dollars at six per cent. per annum, stipulated in the resolution of the Senate of the twenty-seventh of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six..

12,000 00 For education for ewenty years, and during the

pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-eighth of Marcii, eighteen hundred and thirty-six ...

5,000 00 For missions for twenty years, and during the

pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of

March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six..., 3,000 00 For vaccine matter, medicines, and pay of physi

cians, so long as the Indians remain on their reservation, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six

300 00 For nineteenth of twenty installments for the pur

chase of provisions, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six.....

2,000 00 For nineteenth of twenty installments for the pur

chase of six thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty eighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six ....

800 00 For nineteenth of twenty installments for the pur

chase of one hundred barrels of salt, stipulated

in the fourth article of the treaty of the twentyeighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirtysix...

200 00 For nineteenth of twenty installments for the pur

chase of five hundred fish barrels, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twentyeighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirtysix

400 00 For three blacksmiths and assistants for twenty

years, and during the pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty six.........

2,160 00 For iron, steal, &c., for shops, for twenty years,

and during the pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six.......

660 00 For gunsmith at Mackinac for twenty years, and

during the pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of the twentyeighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty

600 00 For iron, steal, &c., for shop, for twenty years,

and during the pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of March, eighteen hundred and thir ty-six...

220 00 For two farmers and assistant, during the pleas

ure of the President, stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of the twenty eighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six.... 1,600 00 For two mechanics, during the pleasure of the

President, stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six ..

1,200 00 Osages. For sixteenth of twenty installments as annuity,

stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the eleventh of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine...

20,000 00 For sixteenth of twenty installments for two

smiths' establishments, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the eleventh of January, eighteen hundred and thirty nine........ 2,000 00 For interest on sixty-nine thousand one hundred

and twenty dollars, at five per centum, being the valuation of finy four sections of land, set apart by the treaty of the second of June, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, for educational purposes, per resolution of the Senate of the nineteenth of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight.......

3,456 00 Piankeshaws. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of the third of August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five....

500 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third

article of the treaty of the thirtieth of December, eighteen hundred and five.....

300 00 Pawnees. For agricultural inplements, during the pleasure

of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the ninth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-three.......

1,000 00 Pottawatomies of furon. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second

article of the treaty of the seventeenth of No-
vember, eighteen hundred and seven......... 400 00

Pottawatomies.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

article of the treaty of the third of August,

seventeen hundred and ninety five.... 1,000 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third

article of the treaty of the thirtieth of September, eighteen hundred and nine....

500 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third

article of the treaty of the second of October,
eighteen hundred and eighteen.....

2,500 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second.

article of the treaty of the twentieth of September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight... 2,000 00 For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in the sec

ond article of the treaty of the twentieth of September, eighteen hundred and twentyeight....

100 00 Fof permanent annuity, stipulated in the second

article of the treaty of the twenty ninth of July,

eighteen hundred and twenty-nine.... 16,000 00 For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in the third

article of the treaty of the twentieth of Octo

ber, eighteen hundred and thirty two........ 400 00 For nineteenth of twenty installments as annu

ity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the twenty-sixth or September, eighteen hundred and thirty-three...

14,000 00 For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in the third

article of the treaty of the twenty-sixth of Sep

tember, eighteen hundred and thirty-three.... 700 00 For nineteenth of twenty installments as annui

ty, stipulated in the second supplemental article of the treaty of the twenty-sixth of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-three..

2,000 00 For permanent provision for the purchase of salt,

stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the seventh of June, eighteen hundred and three....

140 00 For permanent provision for the purchase of one

bundred and sixty bushels of salt, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the sixteenth of October, eighteen bundred and iwenty-six.... 320 00

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seven...

two .....

For education during the pleasure of Congress,

stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the sixteenth of October, eighteen bundred and twenty-six...

2,000 00 For permanent provision for blacksmith and as

sistant, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the sixteenth of October, eighteen hundred and twenty six....

720 00 For perinanent provision for iron, steel &c., for

shop, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the sixteenth of October, eighteen hundred and twenty-six...

220 00 For education during the pleasure of Congress,

stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twentieth of September, eighteen hundred and twenty eight.......

1,000 00 For permanent provision for the payment in

money, in lieu of two thousand pounds of to. bacco, fifteen hundred pounds of iron, and three hundred and finy pounds of steel, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twentieth of September, eighteen hundred and twenty eight, and the tenth article of the treaty of the finth

of June, eighteen hundred and fortysix......

300 00 For permanent provision for blacksmith and as.

sistant, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twentieth of September, eighteen hundred and twenty.eight....

720 00 For permanent provision for iron, steel, &c., for

shop, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twentieth of September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight......

220 00 For permanent provision for the purchase of fifty

barrels of sali, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth of July, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine...

250 00 For education during the pleasure of Congress,

stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-seventh of October, eighteen hundred and thirty two....

2,000 00 For interest on six hundred and forty-three thou

sand dollars, at five per centum, stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of the fifth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-six. ........ 32,150 00 To supply a deficiency in the appropriation of

September thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty, for the payment of the balance of the awards of General Williain B. Mitchell, commissioner under the treaty of Chicago of the twenty-sixth of September, eighteen hundred and thirtythree, with the Potawatomies, reported by him to the Secretary of War on the twenty-eighth day of January, eighteen hundred and fortyone, as adjudicated and approved by the said Secretary in his decision of March the third, eighteen hundred and forty-one....

4,200 00 Quapaws. For education during the pleasure of the Presi

dent, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the thirteenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three....

1,000 00 For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure

of the President, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the thirteenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty three...

840 00 For iron, steel, &c., for shop, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the ihirteenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three...

220 00 For pay of farmer, during the pleasure of the

President, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the thirteenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty three....

600 00
Six Nations of New York.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the sixth

article of the treaty of the eleventh of Novem-
ber, seventeen hundred and ninety-four....... 4,500 00

Senecas of New York.
For permanent annuity, in lieu of interest on

stock, per act of the nineteenth of February,
eighteen hundred and thirty-one.....

6,000 VO For interest, in lieu of investment, on seventy

five thousand dollars, at five per centum, per act of twenty seventh of June, eighteen hundred and forty-six.......

3,750 00 Stockbridges. For interest on sixteen thousand five hundred dollars, at five per centum, stipulated in the ninth article of the treaty of the twenty fourth

of November, eighteen hundred and forty.eight, 825 00 For the reappropriation of this amount, being a

part of the sum carried to the surplus fund per warrant nuniber thirteen, dated the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, for pay. ment of claims (of that portion of the Stockbridge and Munsee tribe of Indians who emigrated West) under the sixth article of the treaty of September third, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine...

702 00 Sioux of Mississippi. For interest on three hundred thousand dollarr,

at five per centuin, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth of Sep

tember, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven.... 15,000 00 For seventeenth of twenty installments as annuity

in goods, stipulated in ihe second article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth of Septeinber, eighteen hundred and thirty seven...

10,000 00 For seventeenth of twenty installments for the

purchase of medicines, agricultural implements, and stock, and for support of farmere physi

cians, and blacksmiths, &c., stipulated in the

of the treaty of the twentieth of July, eighteen second article of the treaty of the twenty ninth

hundred and thirty-one..

20 00 of September, eighteen hundred and thirty

8,250 00

Senecas.
For seventeenth of twenty installments for the

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth
purchase of provisions, stipulated in the sec-

article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth of Sepond article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth of

tember, eighteen hundred and seventeen.... 500 00 September, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, 5,500 00

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth
For second of fifty installments of interest, at the
rate of five per centum, on one million three

article of the treaty of the seventeenth of Sep.
hundred and sixty thousand dollars, stipulated

500 00 tember, eighteen hundred and eighteen.....

For blacksinith and assistant, during the pleasure in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty

of the President, stipulated in the fourth article third of July, one thousand eight hundred and

of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of February,
fifty.one....

68,000 00
eighteen hundred and thirty-one.......

840 00 For second of fifty installments of interest, at the

For iron, steel, &c., for shop, during the pleasure rate of five per centinn, on one hundred and

of the President, stipulated in the fourth article twelve thousand dollars, being the amount

of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of February, in lieu of the reservation set apart in the third

eighteen hundred and thirty-one....

220 00 article per Senate's amendment to treaty of the

For pay of miller, during the pleasure of the
twenty third July, one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-one....

President, stipulated in the fourth article of the
5,600 VO

treaty of the iwenty-eighth of February, eighFor second of fifty installments of interest, at the

teen hundred and thirty-one...

600 00
rate of five per centum, on one million one
hundred and sixty thousand dollars, stipulated

Wyandolls.
in the fourth article of the treaty of fifth of Au-
gust, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-

For permanent provision for blacksmith and as-
one....

58,000 00

sistant, stipulated in the eighth article of the For second of fifty installments of interest, at the

treaty of the seventh of March, eighteen honrate of five per centum, on sixty-nine thousand

dred and forty-two....

17,500 OG dollars, being the ainount allowed in lieu of the

For permanent provision for blacksmith and asreservation of lands set apart by the third arti

sistant, stipulated in the eighth article or the cle per Senate's amendment to treaty of fifth of

treaty of the seventeenth of March, eighteen August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty

bundred and forty two...

840 00 one...........

3,450 00 | For permanent provision for iron, steel, &c., for

shop, stipulated in the eighth article of the Sacs and Fores of Missouri.

treaty of the seventeenth of March, eighteen For interest on one hundred and fifty thousand

hundred and forty-two....

370 00 four hundred dollars, at five per centum, stipu.

For permanent provision for education, stipulated lated in the second article of the treaty of the

in the fourth article of the treaty of the seven-
twenty-first of October, eighteen hupdred and

teenth of March, eighteen hundred and forty-
thirty...
7,870 00

500 00 Sacs and Foxes of Mississippi.

Weas.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fifth ar-
article of the treaty of the third of November,

ticle of the treaty of the second of October, eigh-
eighteen hundred and four .....

1,000 00
teen hundred and eighteen.....

3,000 00
Fortwenty-second of thirty installments, as annu-
ity, stipulated in the third article of ihe treaty

Winnebagoes.
of the iwenty-first of September, eighteen hun-
dred and thirty-two..

20,000 00 | Fortwenty-fifth of thirty installmente as annuity,
For twenty-second of thirty installments for gun-

stipulated in the second article of the treaty of smith, stipulated in fourth article of the treaty

the first of August, eighteen hundred and twenof the twenty-first of September, eighteen hun

ty-nine....

12,000 00 dred and thirty-two

600 00

For twenty-second of twenty-seven instalļments
For twenty-second of thirty installments for iron,

as annuity, stipulated in the third article of the
steel, &c., for shop, stipulated in the fourth ar-

treaty of the fifteenth of September, eighteen ticle of the treaty of the twenty-first of Sep

hundred and thirty-two....

10,000 00 tember, eighteen hundred and thirty-two..... 220 00

For twenty-fifth of thirty installments, for the
For twenty-second of thirty installments for

purchase of fifty barrels of salt, stipulated in
blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the

ihe second article of the treaty of the first of fourth article of the treaty of the twenty first of

August, eigbteen hundred and twenty-nine... 250 00
September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two.. 840 00

For twenty-fifth of thirty installments, for the
For twenty-second of thirty installments for iron,

purchase of three thousand pounds of tobacco,
steel, &c., stipulated in the fourth article of the

stipulated in the second article of the treaty of treaty of the twenty-first September, eighteen

the first of August, eighteen hundred and twenhundred and thirty-two.

ty-nine..... 220 00

604 00 For twenty-second of thirty installments for forty

For twenty-second of twenty seven installments, barrels of salt, stipulated in the fourth article of

for the purchase of one thousand five hundred the treaty of the twenty-first of September,

pounds of tobacco, stipulated in the fifth article eighteen hundred and thirty-two....

200 00

of the treaty of the fifteenth of September, For twenty-second of thirty installments for forty

eighteen hundred and thirty-two...

300 00 kegs of tobacco, stipulated in the fourth article

For twenty-fifth of thirty installments, for three of the treaty of twenty-first of September, eigh

blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated in the teen hundred and thirty-two...

tbird article of the treaty of the first of August,

800 00 For interest on two hundred thousand dollars, at

righteen bundred and twenty-nine...

2,160 00 five per centum, stipulated in the second arti

For twenty-fifth of thirty installments, for iron, cle of the treaty of the twenty-first of October,

steel, &c., for shop, stipulated in the third artieighteen hundred and thirty-seven....

cle of the treaty of the first of August, eighteen

10,000 00 For interest on eight hundred thousand dollars at

hundred and twenty nine.....

660 00 five per centum, stipulated in the second arti

For twenty-fifth of thirty installments, for laborcle of the treaty of the eleventh of October,

ers and oxen, stipulated in the third article of
eighteen hundred and forty-two........ 40,000 00

the treaty of the first of August, eighteen bun.
dred and twenty-nine....

365 00 Shawnees.

For twenty-second of twenty-seven installments,
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

for education, stipulated in the fourth article of
article of the treaty of the third of August, sev-

the treaty of the fifteenth September, eighteen

· hundred and thirty-two...
enteen hundred and ninety-five ...
1,000 00

3,000 00 For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

For twenty-second of twenty-seven installments, article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth of Sep

for six agriculturists, purchase of oxen, plows, tember eighteen hundred and seventeen... 2,000 00

and other implements, stipulated in the fifth For permanent provision for the purchase of salt,

article of the treaty of the fifteenth of Septemstipulated in the third article of the treaty of the

ber, eighteen hundred and thirty-two...

2,500 00 seventh of June, eighteen hundred and three.. 60 00

For twenty-second of twenty-seven installments,
For blacksmith and assistant, during

the pleasure

for pay of two physicians, stipulated in the of the President, stipulated in the fourth article

treaiy of the fifteenth of September, eighteen of the treaty of the eighth of August, eighteen

bundred and thirty-two...

400 00 hundred and thirty-one......

840 00

For interest on one million one hundred thousand
For iron, steel, &c., during the pleasure of the

dollars, at five per centum, stipulated in the
President, stipulated in the fourth article of the

fourth article of the treaty of the first of Novemtreaty of the eighth of August, eighteen hundred

ber, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven....... 55,000 00 and thirty-one.

220 00

For interest on eighty-five thousand dollars, al
For the payment in full of all claim under that

tive per centum,

stipulated in the fourth article part of the treaty of eighteen hundred and

of the treaty of the thirteenth of October, eighthirty-one which has relation to the grant of one

teen hundred and forty-six.... hundred thousand acres of land, in fee-simple,

Texas Indians. to the then Ohio Shawnees.....

66,246 23

For compensation to three special agents and
Senecas and Shawnees.

four interpreters for the Indian tribes of Texas,
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth

and for the purchase of presents.......

30,000 00
article of the treaty of the seventeenth of Sep.
tember, eighteen hundred and eighteen..... 1,000 00

Miscellaneous.
For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure

For payment of the third of ten installments in
of the President, stipulated in the fourth article

provisions, merchandise, etc., and the transof the treaty of the twentieth of July, eighteen

portation of the same to certain tribes of In-
hundred and thirty-one.........

840 00 dians, per seventh article of the treaty of Fort
For iron,
steel, &c., for shops, during the pleasure

Laramie, of seventeenth of September, one
of the President, stipulated in the fourth article

thousand eight hundred and fifty-one......... 00,100 00

4,250 00

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