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Sponges and rainmers.
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Powder horns.

Priming wires.
Thumbstalls.
Portfire stocks,
Tompions.
Dark lantern,
Arullery harness sets for two wheel hors s.
Artillery harness sets for two leading horses.
32 pounder cannon balls.

CLASS 1.

CLASS 2.

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CLASS 5.

6 pounder grape shot fixed.

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Copper tacks.

Borax, lbs.

Rosin, lbs.

Antimony, lbs.

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Refined whiskey, gallons.

Timber, pieces.

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ORDNANCE OFFICE, Washington, November 20, 1835,

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STATEMENT, in abstract, of the operations of the United States lead mines in the vicinity of Fever river, from the 30th of September, 1834, to the 30th of September, 1835.

3,754,290

Pounds of lead made during the year -
Pounds of lead which have accrued as rent during the present
year

209,585 Pounds of lead remaining due September 30, 1834 328,802

538,387

Total of rent lead due
Pounds of rent lead received in the year ending September 30, ,
1835

45,074

Pounds of rent lead remaining due September 30, 1835

493,313

ORDNANCE OFFICE,
Washington, November 20, 1835.

GEO. BOMFORD, Colonel of Ordnance.

I. STATEMENT of the lead made annually at the United States lead mines, from the year 1821, when their superintendence was transferred from the Treasury to the War Department, to September 30, 1835.

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Note.—The amount of rent lead accruing for the above period is 5,909,216 pounds.
ORDNANCE OFFICE,
Washington, November 20, 1835.

GEO. BOMFORD, Colonel of Ordnance.

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