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B. EXHIBIT of the operations of the Land Offices of the United States in the several States and Territories, during the year ending 31st December, 1831; the half year ending 30th June, 1832, and the quarter ending on the 30th Seplember, 1832; and of the payments mude into the Treasury, on account of the public lands, during those several periods.

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Total for 1831 2,777,856 893,557,023 76 131,995 3.3 366,144 26

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Gate of Ohis, Ist & 2d qrs., 1832
Indiana

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Illinois

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Missouri
Alabama do
Mussissippi

180,134 09 225,193 16
191,309 39 239 150 07

86,495 09 108 118 85
104,137 89 130,202 95
167,580 52 209,256 14
73,546 63 91,909 75
21,324 28 32,905 30
129,464 84 161,631 13

167,973 16 174,118 37

93,256 64

do Lousiana

do Territory of Michigan

do Arkansas

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Florida do

5 101 341 6,376 67
4,859 101 6 073 87

129,982 23 32 61 206 882 77

89,878 11 32,180 74 161.614 99

6,376 67 6,073 87

l'otal, 1st & 2d qrs. 1832

963,913 171,211,017 99

32 631,068,317 53

qr.

235 44

1832
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State of Ohio, 3d

Indiana
Illinois
Missouri

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Alabama

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Mississippi

Louisiana
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63 30

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84,460 78 105,576 02 143,469 28 179,336 57 41,028 0,3 51,311 02 56, 177 12 70,246 43 82,518 99 109,086 98 53 402 66 66,852 45 16 655 22 20,819 03 65.106 32 86,403 31 1,004 59 1,255 741 2,065 57 2,581 96

88,626 87 155,950 55 43,062 86 70,226 45 108,529 73 66,298 07 20,739 03 86,403 31 1,255 74 2,581 96

Aikansas do
Florida do

358 74

643,674 57

Total, 3d quarter, 1832 545,888 56

693 ,449 5.3 Sigregate of 1st, 2d, & 3d qrs. 1832 1,509,801 731,904,467 52

391 371.711 992 10

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State of Ohio, for 1831

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Total, for 1831

93,076 67 229,798 27|3,689,019 103,210,815

State of Ohio, 1st & 2d qrs. 1832

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Total, 1st & 2d qrs. 1832

12,838 07 129,895 02 1,211,050 621,094,870 4

2,585 301
664 35
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State of Ohio, 3d qr. 1832

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Arkansas do
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620 55 554 38 80 00

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Total, 3d quarter, 1832

4,518 58 45,615 12

693,808 27

515 259 4

Aggregate of 1st, 2d, & 3d qrs. 1832

17,356 65 175,510 141,904,858 89 1,610,130 18

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
General Land Office, 30th November, 1832.

ELIJAH HAYWARD.

2d Session.

1.

CONTINGENT PUND OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 1832.

LETTER

FROM

THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

TRANSMITTING

.Report of the Expenditure of its Contingent Fund for the year 1832.

DECEMBER 6, 1832.
Read, and laid upon the table.

CLERK'S OFFICE, House of REPRESENTATIVES U. S.,

December 3, 1832. Sır: In obedience to the resolution of Congress, approved by the President of the United States, on the 1st March, 1823, I have the honor to report that papers A, B, C, D, contain, in detail, all the information required by the resolution.

With great respect,
I am, sir,

Your most obedient servant,
MW. ST. CLAIR CLARKE,

Clerk Ho. Reps. U. S. The Hon. the SPEAKER of the Ho. of Reps. U. S.

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A. Names of the persons employed as Clerks in the House of Representatives of the

United States during the year 1832, with their compensation, respectirely.

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Salary $1,800 per annum.

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William J. McCormick was employed, during the last session of C grees, under the direction of the Doorkeeper, as the attendant in the P Offre of the House, ard was allowed a compensation of four dollars a da by the Committee of Accounts.

MW. ST. CLAIR CLARKE,

Clerk Ho. Reps. U. S. CLERK'S OFFICE, HOUSE OF REP. U. S.

December 3, 1832.

B. , Names of the persons employed as Messengers in the service of the House of }

presentatives of the United States, with their compensation, respectively

1 50 do

James Barron, to the Clerk's office, Compensation $700 per annun W. W. Stewart,

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2 per day. S. D. Fletcher,

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2 do John Humes, during the Session

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2 do Ab. Snailwood, to the Clerk's office, during the Session, at Thomas Hurdle, to the House,

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2 do Joho Wheat, do

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2 do Harvey Bestor, do

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2 do David Pancoast, do

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2 do Samuel Stewart, do

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2 do George Berry, do

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do Willian T. Stewart, do

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do George C. Bestor, do

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2 do Samuel Goldsmith, do

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2

do Bernard Parsons, during the year, to the House,

2 do Joseph Follansbee

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2 do Six boys were alsn employed as runners or attendants in the Hall during the session, whose compensation was $1 50 per day, each, viz. John C. Burch, James O. Pease, Templeman Brown, James Baldwin, John Brannan, and Benjamin Hunter.

MW. ST. CLAIR CLARKE,

Clerk Ho. Reps, U. S. CLERK'S OFFICE, HOUSE OP REPs. U. S.'

December 3, 1832.

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C.

STATEMENT of the Application and Expenditure of the Contingent Fund of the House of Representatives of the United States, for the year ending on the 30th November, 1832, prepared in obedience to a resolution of Congress of lo March, 1823.

$64,464 12

Paid for printing

stationery for the House, viz.

10 reams cartridge paper 12 do super royal

10 222

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Messengers employed in House and

office
Messengers employed per resolution

of July, 1832
horses employed in the service of the

House and office
A. J. Stansbury, draftsman 1 year

5,500

17,919 62

1,944 1,500

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