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LIST OF REPORTS-Continued.

Ta Department, and nature of the report.

By what authority.

Page. When expected to be

made.

1817, Mar. 3

A list of such officers as have not settled their accounts

within the year, for moneys advanced one year prior to the 30th September, 1832,

Laws U. S. vol. 6

202 Early in Decem.

BY THE TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES.

1789, Sept. 2

Statements of his accounts, with an account of the state of

the Treasury,

Do.

vol. 2

49

Do.

BY THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE SINKING FUND.

1795, March 1802, April 29

A report of all their proceedings during the year 1832,

Do Do

vol. 2 vol. 3

498 First week in Feb. 492

ruary

BY THE SECRETARY OF WAR.

Date of the law or

resolution:

1992 of 11:32

Annual.

Annual.

Annual.

1794, April 2

An account of the expenses of the national armories, to

gether with an account of the arms made and repaired therein, during the year 1832,

Do

vol. 2

386 Early in Feb.

Early in January.

du

vol. 3

167

DO

Early in January.

A statemont of contraota made by the various bronchon of ho War Doparumont, on behalf of the United States,

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809, April ei

1809, March 3

ring
A statement of the expenditure of tho moneys appropriated

for the contingent expenses of the military establishmont,

for the year 1832,
A list containing the names of the persons employed as

clerks in the various offices of the War Department, du-
ring the year 1832, with the compensation of each,

1818, April 20

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vol. 6

820 Early in January.

1820, May 1

A statement showing the appropriations for the military ser

vice, for the year 1832, with the expenditure under each specific head; and the balance of the several appropriations unexpended at the end of the year, with an estimate of the probable demands which may remain on each of

Do

vol. 6

488 First of February.

1822, May 6

Do

vol. 6

51

In January

1822, May 6

An abstract of licenses granted for carrying on trade with

the Indians,
Copies of the accounts of Indian agents, superintendents,

and others, charged with the disbursement of money,
goods, or effects, of any kind, for the benefit of Indians;
with a list of the names of such agents or other persons;
showing, also, who are delinquent, if any, in the settle-

ment of their accounts, -
The Army Register, (printed)

Do vol. 6 Journal H. R. 21 Con, 1 Sess

1830, Feb. 1

51 227 242

In January In February

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1832, Feb. 24

On the claim of Massachusetts for further allowances on ac

count of service of militia, and disbursements during the

late war,

Journal H. R.

283
407 Early in the Sess.

1832, May 7

A revised digest of the acts relating to the Army of the U.

States,

Journal H. R.

634
713

First week,

1832, July

9

A statement of the number of fortifications and defences in

Maine, the men and armament of each, and his opinion
of the expediency of increasing the military defences of
that State. Also, information as to the number and kind
of fortifications erected and maintained in the British pos-
sessions adjoining the State of Maine,

Journal H. R.

1,103
1,110

First week.

1832, May

5

A report of all proceedings under the act for extending vac

cination to the Indians,

Laws U. S. 21st Con. Ist Sess.

52 By 1st Feb. 1833.

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1808, April 21

A statement of the contracts made by the Navy Depart

1809, March

Early in January.

992

vol. 1

Do.

1815, Dec. 11

A statomont of the oxpenditura of the monoy appropriated for the chontingent expenses of the naval establishment

year 1832 A register of the officers of the navy and of the marino

Early in January.

corps,

Journal Senate,

1818, April 20

Laws U. S. vol. 6

320

Early in January

1820, May

1

A list containing the names of the persons employed as

clerks in the Navy Department in 1832, with the com

pensation of each, A statement showing the appropriations for the naval ser

vice for the year 1832, with the expenditure under each specific head, and the balance of the several appropriations unexpended at the close of the year, with an estimate of the probable demands which may remain on each of such balances,

Laws U. S. vol. 6

488

1st of February

1832, July 10

A report of the receipts and expenditures of the Navy and

Privateer Pension Funds, the names of pensioners, and

the amount of their pensions, respectively, A similar report in relation to the Navy Hospital Fund,

163' | During the Sess.

Laws U.S. 22d Con. 1st Sess. Laws U. S. 22d Con. 1st Sess.

1832, July 10

163

Do.

1830, May 29 | A list of applicants for pensions, or for increase of pension,

whose cases are not embraced by the laws, but which ought to be granted,

Laws U. S. 21st Con. Ist Sess.

155 | Early in the Sess.

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Special A revised code of the rules and regulations governing the

naval service,

Laws U. S. 22d Con. 1st Sess.

55

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1809, April 21 A statement of the contracts made at his department, on

behalf of the United States, in the year 1832,

Laws U. S. vol. 4

167 Early in January.

1825, March 3

A list of such post routes as have not, after the second year,

produced the third part of the expenses of transporting the mail on the same,

Do.

vol. 7

391

In February

1818, April 20

A list of the names of the persons employed as clerks in

the General Post-office in the year 1832, with the pay of each,

Do.

vol. 6

320 Early in January.

1825, March 2

A statement of the amount of postage accruing in the year

1832 at each of the post offices in the several States and
Territories of the United States, classifying the said ac-
counts of postage so accruing by States and Territories,

Journal H. R.

292

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