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Statement exhibiting the sales of Public Lands, moneys paid into the Land offices, expenses incident to the sales, and

moneys paid into the Treasury on account thereof, during the year ending the 31st December, 1829.

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Marietta,

7,574 23 9,748 57 5,044 73
Zanesville,

37,619 67 47,146 63 18,875 81 Steubenville, 28,095 91 35,418 72 12,660 65 Chillicothe,

19,585 52 24,481 97 7,002 63 Cincinnati,

35,477 99 44,839 62 43,190 62 Wooster,

21,664 32 37,115 42 25,279 92 Piqua,

2,405 57 3,006 98 Tiffin,

23,793 19 30,418 29
Jeffersonville, Ind. 20,861 03 26,151 32 29,479 18
Vincennes,

26,495 34 33,158 75 28,473 95
Indianapolis, 89,861 94 112,327 11
Crawfordville, 203,049 48 256,109 62
Fort Wayne,

6,259 72 7,824 52
Shawneetown, Ill. 8,143 78 10,226 98 5,831 81.
Kaskaskia,

6,380 57 7,975 71 2,528 28
Edwardsville, 28,602 10 35,752 65 2,248 70
Vandalia,

19,405 48 24,258 13 Palestine,

47,221 45 59,026 70 Springfieid, 86,492 35 108,175 47

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12,681 13 2,112 11 14,793 30 1,341 53 11,992 22
54,498 48 11,523 96 66,022 44 3,272 19 50,866 93
36,470 61 11,608 76 48,079 37 2,996 93 40,220 00
16,399 49 15,085 11 31,484 00 1,867 84 14,710 11
23,478 99 61,550 25 88,029 24 3,343 63 17,351 02
55,798 37 6,596 97 62,395 34 2,088 44 32,355 91

1,832 26 1,174 72 3,006 98 1,099 35 700 00
21,887 45 8,530 84 30,418 29 2,014 40 19,713 34
42,016 37 13,614 13 55,630 50 2,713 75 38,341 26
52,622 06 9,010 64 61,632 70 4,769 91 43,347 98
111,827 24 499 87 112,327 11 4,330 26 112,618 18
254,326 68 1,782 94 256,109 62 9,475 80 153,152 10
7,824 52

7,824 52 1,152 91 1,500 00
12,383 49 3,675 30 16,058 79 1,400 71 11,471 00

8,885 97 1,618 02 10,503 99 1,154 77 5,964 93 35,651 69 2,349 66 38,001 35 1,618 10 15,396 00 24,202 13 56 00 24,258 13 1,683 73 8,381 99 58,930 70 96 00 59,026 70 2,304 46 39,112 77 106,637 04 1,538 43 108,175 47 4,528 261 118,283 03

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89,438 07 112,563 0

St. Louis, Mo. 24,499 62 30,624 56 5,537 60 33,368 781 2,793 381 36,162 16 1,937 531

37,749 32 Franklin,

40,255 76 50,320 53 4,287 24 48,792 25 5,815 52 54,607 77 3,318 93 61,033 04 Palmyra, 54,936 56 68,670 82

67,692 74 978 08 68,670 82 3,418 62 73,660 34 Jackson, 5,309 32 6,624 14

6,624 14

6,624 14 1,368 52 11,150 00
Lexington,
27,544 38 34,373 99

34,249 11

124 88 34,373 99 2,539 77 51,420 59 St Stephen's, Ala. 15,877 56 19,846 96 2,846 11 16,322 53 6,370 54 22,693 07 1,741 13 10,395 00 Cahaba,

66,905 05 83,647 1679,201 49 147,654 24 15,194 41 162,848 65 7,270 20 126,428 32 Huntsville,

1,919 02 2,398 74 30,478 82 20,788 49 12,089 07 32,877 56 2,017 58 19,578 49 Tuscaloosa, 12,905 592 15,865 71

15,242 26 623 45 15,865 71 2,896 77 79,165 00
Sparta,
22,593 88 28,221 32

27,489 39 731 93 28,221 32 2,096 60 24,039 50
Washington, Miss. 7,238 78 8,849 10 63,785 74 51,993 45 20,641 39 72,634 84 2,732 26 42,917 00
Augusta,
1,608 36 2,010 45

2,010 45

2,010 45 1,656 77 Mount Salus, 17

109,929 77 2,634 22 112,563 99 4,131 75 73,731 87 New Orleans, La. 320 00 400 00

400 00

400 00 1,008 00 Opelousas

7,319 29 9,149 09 11,524 16 20,428 75 244 50 20,673 25 1,674 71 6,000 00 Ouachita, 20,309 08 25,795 62

25,395 62 *400 00 25,795 62 2,057 97 22,000 00 St Helena, 3,072 01 3,840 01

3,840 01

3,840 01
Detroit, Mich. T. 23,329 48 29,141 93 3,782 68 32,309 41 615 20 32,924 61 2,412 11 24,510 74
Monroe,
44,530 78 55,798 13

55,798 13

55,798 13 3,167 45 45,765 00 Batesville, Ar. T. 2,003 84 2,504 67

2,504 67

2,504 67 1,184 49 1,238 00 Little Rock, 677 36 846 69

846 69

846 69 1,389 85 Tallahassee, F. T. 53,276 49 68,207 771

68,207 77

68,207 77

4,171 39 70,914 15 St Augustine, No sales.

1,000 00 1,244,860 01; 1,572,863 54 382,060 12 1,730,243 38 224,680 281,954,923 66 108,351 37 1,517,175 13 Lewis and Clark warrant.

† Accounted for in 1st quarter of 1830. The column of • incidental expenses' includes the salaries, commissions, and contingent expenses of the Registers' and Receivers' offices; also, the allowances for transporting public moneys, made in pursuance of the provisions of the act of Congress of 220 May, 1826.

STATEMENT OF THE EXPENDITURES OF THE U. STATES FOR THE YEAR 1829.

CIVIL, MISCELLANEOUS, AND FOREIGN Florida clairas

1,238 74 INTERCOURSE..

Stock in the Louisville and Legislature

$ 467,447 59 Portland Canal Company 143,500 00 Executive Department 530,172 14 Stock in the Dismal Swamp Officers of the Mint

9,600 00
Canal Company

50,000 00 Surveyors and their clerks, 23,057 44 Stock in the Chesapeake Commissioner of the Pub.

and Ohio Canal Company 125,000 00 lic Buildings

2,000 00 Stock in the Chesapeake Governments in the Terri

and Delaware Canal tories of the U. States 55,344 99

Company

150,000 00 Judiciary

239,447 20 Building Custom-houses
and warehouses

9,131 93 $1,327,069 36 Revolutionary claims, per Annuities and grants

1,800 00

act of 15th May, 1828 235,446 24 Mint establishment

34,265 00 Miscellaneous expenses 51,436 57 Extending the Mint estabJishment 51,666 67

1,566,679 66 Unclaimed merchandise 716 69 Diplomatic department 122,452 14 Light-house establishment 289,149 07 Contingent expenses of Surveys of public lands 51,289 08

foreign intercourse 15,515 16 Registers and Receivers of

Agency in relation to northLand Offices

1,125 00 Preservation of the public

eastern boundary

19,200 22

Relief and protection of archives in Florida

1,077 45
American seamen

10,410 67 Land claims in Florida ter

Treaties with the Mediterritory

3,549 74
ranean powers

11,938 88 Do. in Michigan ter

Claims on Spain

18,537 40 ritory

2,202 79 Payment of claims under Do. in Saint Helena

the 9th article of the land district

800 00
treaty with Spain

598 99 Roads within the State of

Awards under the 1st artiOhio

3,577 93

cle of the treaty of Ghent Roads and canals within

9,033 38 the State of Indiana 8,902 11

207,765 85 Encouragement of learn

ing within the State of Illinois

1,727 83

MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT. Repayment for lands erro

Pay of the Army and subneously sold by the Uni

sistence of officers, 1,134,284 40 ted States 92 50 Subsistence

299,408 63 Marine hospital establish

Quartermaster's department 341,133 18 ment 63,562 28 Forage

39,874 97 Appropriation for the Navy

Clothing or purchasing dehospital fund 125,000 00 partment

167,366 41 Public buildings in Wash

Bounties and premiums 25,601 13 ington

74,114 67 Expenses of recruiting 13,987 84 Penitentiary for the Dis.

Medical or hospital departtrict of Columbia 14,500 00 mient

23,362 14 Accommodation of the

Purchase of woollens for President's household 14,000 00 1829 and 1830

20.000 00 Consular receipts under the

Contingencies

7,987 39 act of 24th April, 1792 156 84 Military Academy, West Bringing votes for Presi.

Point

27,925 11 dent and Vice President 2,706 50 Armories

361,384 44 Payment of balances to offi

Arsenals

107,125 18 cers of old internal reve

Arsenal at Augusta, Maine 18 40

215 57 Arsenal at Mount Vernon, Payment of balances to col

Alabama

23,200 00 lectors of new internal

Ordnance

95,551 88 revenue

248 46 Armamant of fortifications 136,767 61 Payment of all claims for

Arming and equipping milibuilidogs destroyed 1,480 00 tia

219,654 37

nue

5,000 00

5,000 00

61,203 50

7,310 54

1,187 00

2,550 00

Repairs and contingencies

of fortifications Fort Monroe Fort Calhoun Fort Delaware Fort Hamilton Fort Adams, Fort Jackson Fort at Mobile point Fort Macon Fort at Oak island, N. C. Fortifications at Charles

ton, South Carolina Do. Savannah, Georgia Do. Pensacola, Florida Repairs and preservation of

fort Lafayette Completion of battery at

Bienvenue Erection of a tower at Bay

ou Dupre, La. Construction of a wharf at

fort Constitution, Ports

mouth, New Hampshire Do. do. at fort M’Henry,

Baltimore, Maryland Do. do. at fort Wolcott Barracks at Michilimacki

nac, Michigan Do. at fort Sullivan, East

2,250 00

10,000 00

7,390 25

47,200 60 10,000 00

5,760 00 3,941 00

port, Maine

Repairing piers at Port 7,496 30 Penn and Marcus Hook, 101,500 00 Penn. 100,000 00 Do. at Kennebunk river,

12,000 00 in Maine 100,000 00 Preservation of islands in 97,277 06 Boston harbor 16,000 00 Completion of sea-wall, 10,000 00

George's Island, Boston 57,975 00 harbor 66,534 12 Deepening the harbor of

Sackett's harbor, N. Y. 31,672 00 Do. harbor of Mobile,

4,300 00 Alabama 90,000 00 Do. the channel through

the Pass au Heron, near 22,000 00 Mobile bay

Deepening the channel be6,447 80 tween St John's and St

Mary's Harbor 16,677 41

Closing the breach made

in the peninsula at

Presque Isle bay, Penn. 600 00 Improving the navigation

of the Ohio and Missis1,500 00

sippi rivers
31 21 Do. of the Ohio river

Do. of Red river, Arkan1,765 40

sas

Do. of Mill river, Conn. 2,500 00 Do. of Genesee river, N.

York 5,900 00

Do. of Cape Fear river

N. C. 1,000 00

Do. of Conneaut Creek,

Ohio 9,000 00

Do. harbor of Cleaveland

Ohio 10,000 00 Improving the navigation

of the harbor of Hyannis,

Mass. 66,905 00 Removing

obstructions,

mouth of Grand River, 22,618 34 Ohio

Do. do. Huron river, 9,206 00 Obio 17,895 99 Do. do. Ashtabula creek,

Ohio 3,751 26 Do. do. Cunningham

creek, Ohio 2,000 00 Do. do. Berwick branch of

Piscataqua river, N. H. 32,100 00 Do. do. Black river, Ohio.

Do. do. Apalachicola riv19,358 14

Do. do. of Kennebunk 9,812 75 river, Maine

Do. do. Ocracock inlet, 2,500 00 N. C.

Do. do. harbor of Nan. 30,000 00 tucket harbor, Mass.

Do. do. Big Sodus bay, 150 00 N. Y.

10,000 00

6,760 00

6,590 00

9,000 00

1,650 00

3,135 11

Do. at fort Trumbull, N.

London, Connecticut Do. at fort Severn, An

napolis, Ma. Do. . at fort Winnebago,

N. W. T. Do. at fort Crawford, Prai.

rie du Chien, N. W. T. Erection of a breakwater at

the mouth of Delaware

bay Building piers, mouth of

Oswego river, N. Y. Do. mouth of Buffalo

creek, N. Y. Do. New Castle, Del. Do. at Allen's Rock, War

ren river Do. at La Plaisance bay,

Michigan Do. &c. Merrimack riv

er, Conn. Do.

&c. Stonington, Connecticut Do. harbour of Dunkirk,

N. Y. Extending piers, harbour of

Edgartown, Mass. Do. harbour of Black

Rock, N. Y. Examining piers at Sandy

bay, Mass.

5,935 00

6,000 00

2,956 00

3,170 00
5,500 00

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3,000 00

712 40

2,216 85

356 00

54 50

109 00

3,274 85

180,865 63

4,236 46 764,492 38

6,948 84 4,549 87 29,825 00 15,100 00 11,246 76

97,338 34

Survey of obstructions,

Wabash river, Ind. Do. the Cocheco branch

of Piscataqua river, New

Hampshire Do. Penobscot river, &c.

Maine Do. North river, Massa

chussetts Do. the harbor of Bass

river, Mass. Do. the river Thames,

Conn. Do. the harbor of West

brook, Conn. Do. the harbor of Nor

walk, Conn. Do. the harbor of Stam

ford, Conn. Do. the harbor of Sag

harbor, N. Y. Do. of Flat Beach, alias

Tucker's island, New

Jersey Do. Deep creek, Virginia Do. Pasquotank river, N.

Carolina Do. the passes at the

mouth of the Mississippi Do. the water tract be

tween lake Ponchartrain

and Mobile bay Do. the harbor of St Au

gustine, Flor. Surveys and estimates of

roads and canals Completion of the Cumber

land road to Zanesville Preservation and repairs of

Cumberland road Construction of the Cum

berland road in Ohio,

west of Zanesville Continuation of the Cum

berland road in Indiana. Road from Detroit to fort

Gratiot Do. Detroit to Saganaw Do. Detroit to Chicago Do. Mattanawcook to

Mars hill, Maine Do. Little Rock to can

tonment Gibson, Arkan.

sas Do. fort Smith to fort

Towson, Ark. Do. Colerain to Tampa

bay, Florida Road between Pensacola,

Blakely, and Mobile

point, Florida Repairing road between

Pensacola and Tallahas. see, in Florida

Repairing road between St 500 00 Augustine and Tallahas.

see, Florida

Payment of Georgia militia 59 76 claims

Balances due to certain
297 30 States on account of mi.

litia
178 94 Relief of officers and others

engaged in the Seminole
149 93 campaign

Relief of a company of 150 00

rangers under Capt. J.

Bigger
130 00 Ransom of American cap-

tives in the late war
80 00 Relief of sundry individu-

als
100 00 Invalid and half-pay pen-

sions 150 00 Pensions to widows and

orphans

Revolutionary pensions
100 00

Arrearages
80 00 Civilization of Indians

Pay of Indian agents
80 00 Pay of Indian sub-agents

Presents to Indians
500 00 Contingencies of Indian

Department

Suppression of Indian age 175 00 gressions on the frontiers

of Georgia and Florida 300 00 Choctaw schools

To aid the emigration of 30,044 01 the Creek Indians

Pay of Illinois and other 42,624 82 militia

Expenses of an exploring 100,000 00 delegation of Indians

To extinguish the claims of

Cherokee Indians to 50,212 82 lands in Georgia

Compensation to Indians 14,600 00 in Ohio, for depredations

committed by white citi8,150 00 8,188 90 Purchase of provisions for 8,250 00 Quapaw Indians

Effecting certain Indian 29,224 89 treaties, per act of 20th

May, 1826

Effecting a treaty with the 258 26 Creek Indians, per act

of 220 May, 1826 360 10 Effecting certain Indian

treaties, per act of 24th 2,810 36

May, 1828
Effecting certain Indian

treaties, per act of 2d 3,000 00 March, 1929

Annuities to Indians

3,041 04 7,599 41

16,510 45

856 55

6,589 50

2,768 00

zens

1,539 35

1,000 00

3,031 91

8,599 39

7,920 44

125,506 49 245,108 00

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