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Nathaniel Pope,...JII. Judge, Illinois District........ 3 Mar 1819 Robert Weakley,.. Ten. Commissioners to treat with 26 Mar 1819 Newton Cannon,.. Ten. S Chickasaws................ 26 Mar 1819 Morris S. Miller,..N Y Com.to sup'd Treaty with Senecas

1819 George F. Strother, Va. Kec'r, Pub. Moneys, St. Lou, Mo 6 Apr 1920 Tunstal Quarles,...Ky. Receiver of Public Moneys at

Cape Girardeau. Missouri.... 6 Apr 1820 James Johnson, ....Va. Coll'r, Norfolk and Portsmouth Va 15 May 1820 Solomon Sibley, Mich'u.Com. to Treat with Indians...... 1 June 1820 Daniel M. Forney, N. C Cum, to Treat with Creeks...... 21 Oct 18 20 Zabdiel Sampson, Mass Coll'r and Insp'r, Plymouth, Mass 9 Dec 1820 John Crowel,...... Ala. Indian Agent Creek Nation ...... I Mar 1821 James Wilson,....N. J. Post Master, Trenton, N J..... 22 Mar 1821 Bernard Smith,. ..N J. Reg's of the Land Office, Arkapsas 12 Apr 1821 James Stevens,...Conn. Post Master, Stamford, Cono.... 17 May 1822 S. Van Rensselaer, N. Y Post Master, Albany, N. Y...... 14 June 1822 J. A. Cuthbert, ....Ga. Cóm., treat with Creeks &Cherok's 15 June 1822 Hugh Nelson,.. ......Va. Minister to Spain.......

15 Jan 1823 Cesar A. Rodney,.. Del. Minister to Buenos Ayres........ 27 Jan 1823 Sam'l. L. Southard, N. J Secretary of the Navy.. 16 Sep 1823 James Brown,..... Lou. Minister to France

9 Dec 1823 Ninian Edwards.....111. Minister to Mexico.............. 4 Mar 1824 Lot Clark,........N. Y. Post Master, Norwich, N. York.. 29 Apr 1825 Henry Clay,.......Ky. Secretary of State....... 7 Mar 1825 James Barbour, .Va. Secretary of War................... 7 Mar 1825 Joel R Poipsett,..S. C. Minister to Vexico............. 8 Mar 1825 Rufus King.......N. Y Minister to Great Britain....... 5 May 1825 Jobo F Parrott,..N. H Post Master, Portsmouth, N. H. 24 Feb 1826 Philip. S. Markley,.. Pa Naval Officer, Philadelphia ..... 3 Mar 1827 Win H Harrison. Ohio Envoy to Colombia....

24 May 1828 Martin Van Buren, N.Y Secretary of State............... 6 Mar 1829 Samuel D. Ingham, Pa. Secretary of the Treasury... 6 Mar 1829

Johu H, Eaton,.. Tenn. Secretary of War................ 9 Mar 1829 John Branch, ....N.C. Secretary of the Navy.... 9 Mar 1829 John McP, Berrien, Ga. Attorney General United States 9 Mar 1829 John Chandler,.. Maine Collector, Portland, Maine. .... 11 Mar 1829 George W. Owen,.. Ala Collector, Mobile, Alabama..... 11 Mar 1829 Thomas P. Moore,.. Ky Envoy to Colombia...... 13 Mar 1829 Louis McLane,.... Del. Envoy to Great Britain...... 18 Apr 1829 William C Rives,.. Va. Envoy to France....

18 Apr 1829 Selah R. Hobbie,..N. Y Assistant Post Master General.. 1 Nov 1829 John Randolph,.... Va. Envoy to Russia ......

26 May 1830 James W. Ripley, Maine Collector, Passamaquoddy, Maine 31 July 1830 Philip ?. Barbour ..Va. Judge Eastern District, Virginia 6 Oct 1830 John Biddie,.... Michi. Register of Land Office, Detroit.. 10 Jan 1831 Thomas Irwin,......Pa. Judge Western District Penn.... 14 Apr 1831 Levi Woodbury,..N. H. Secretary of the Navy...... 23 May 1631 Erward Livingston, Lou Secretary of State................. 24 Mav 1931 Nicli's. D Coleman, Ky Post Master, Maysville Kentucky 7 Sept 1831 James Buchanan,... Pa Envoy to Russia ...

4 Jan 1832 Powhatan Elli',.. Missi Juage Mississippi District, li4 July 1832 VOL. XII.

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Pay of Members of 22nd Congress

Sest

51:

1144

1st Sess. 2nd Sees.

1st Sess. 2nd Sess. Horace Everett

2232 1160 Thomas R. Mitchell 2184 1112 William W. Ellsworth 2099 20 1048

John J. Milligan

1893 60 821 60 John M. Felder 2230 40 1150 40 Henry A. Mublenberg,

1952 880 William Fitzgerald 2600 2008 Jeremiah Nelson James Findlay 2197 60 1125 60 Thomas Newton

1976 904 James Ford

2040
968 Daniel Newnan

2392 1320 Thoms F. Foster

2340 1268 William T. Nuckolls 2216 1136 Nathan Gaither 2440 1368 John M. Patton

1704 740 George Grendell, jr. 2176 1104 Dutee J. Pearce

2447 20 1144 80 John Gilmore

2040 968 Edmund H. Pendleton, 2046 40 974 40 John K. Griffin

2296
1224 Nathaniel Pitcher

2180

1108 William F. Gordon 1768 808 Job Pierson

2134 40 1062 40 Hiland Hall

704
David Potts, jr.

1928 856 Joseph Haininong 2278 40 1206 40 James K. Polk

2396 80 1324 80 Joseph M. Harper 2264 1192 Franklin E. Plummer,

3560

2488 Thomas H. Hall

2001 60

929 60 James F. Randolph 1976 80 904 80 M. T. Hawkins 1736 864 John Reed

2256

1184 Albert G, Hawes 400 1328 Edward C. Reed

2252 80 1180 80 William Hall

2508 1436

Abraham Ren cher 2144 1072 William Heister 1896 824 Erastus Root

2112 1080 Cornelius Holland 2352 1280 Jobn J. Roane

1900

828 James L. Hodges 1744 1128 William Russel

2152 1112 William Hogan 2347 20 1139 20 Charles S, Sewall

788 Michael Hoffman

2200
1128 Willian Slade

2224 1152 Henry Horn 1920 848 James Standifer

4320

12A8 Benjamin C, Howard 1828 80 756 80 William Stanberry 2120

1048 Henry Hubbard 2294 1152 Andrew Stewart

1960

1040 40 Jabez w. Huntington, 2059 20 987 20 Philander Stephens 2056

.984 Jonatban Hunt

697 60

Benedict I. Semmes 1820 748 Thomas H. Hughes 1992 920 John H. Spence

1900 924 Ralph J. Ingersoll 1984 80 968 80 A. Stevenson, (Speaker,) 3698 40 1554 40 Peter Ihrie, jr.

1969 60 897 60 William B. Shepard 2031 20 95920 Jacob C. Isaacks

2568
1640 Augustine H, Shopperd, 2104

1032 William W. Irwin 2101 60 1053 60 Jesse Speight

2100

1028 Leonard Jarvis.

2419 20 1347 20 Ambrose H. Sevier 3460 2500 Freeborn G. Jeweto 2113 60 1121 60 Samuel A. Smith

1955 20 883 20. Daniel Jepifer 1843 20 771 20 William L. Storrs

2017 60 1057 60 Charles C. Johnston

1570
Nathan Soule

2136 1096 Richard M. Johnson 2268 1908 Isaac Southard

1988 916 Cave Johnson

2440 1368 Joel B. Sutherland 1920 Joseph Johnston

568
John W. l'aylor

2336 1088 Edward Kavanaugh 2344 1272 Phineas L. Tracy

2324 Joseph G. Kendall 2185 60 1113 60 Francis Thomas

1834 40 1874 40 John Leeds Kerr

1904 832 Wiley Thompson Willian Kennon

2040

968 Christopher Tompkins, 2456 John King 2140 80 1068 80 John Thompson

2048

976 Henry King

1952
880 Philemon Thomas 3640

2568 Adam King 1868 80 788 80 Joseph Vance

2168 1128 Garrit Y. Lansing

2122 40 1048
Gulian C: Verplanek

1980

900 Henry G. Lamar 2458 40 1922 40 Samuel Vinton

2144

1072 James Lent 1872 848 Aaron Ward

2018 40 946 40 Joseph Lecompte 2400 1328 Daniel Wardwell

2253 20 1191 20 Robert P. Letcher 2386 40 1314 40 John G. Watmough 1920 848 Humphrey H. Leavitt

1984

968

George O. Washington 1816 744 Dixon H. Lewis 2556 80 1468 80 James M. Wayne

2464 139 Chittenden Lyon

2716
1644 John W. Weeks

2336 1264 Joel K. Mann

1940 80 868 80 Grattan H. Wheeler 2344 1272 John Y. Mason 1960 888 Samuel J. Wilkin

2056 80

984 80 Lewis Maxwell

2034 40 962 40 Frekerick Whittlesey, 2272 1280 Thomas A. Marshall 2328 1256

Campbell P. White

1936 920 Satnuel W. Mardis 2572 1500 Lewis Wiliams

2032 1032 Rofus McIntire

2308 1236

Richard H. Wilde 2280 2320 Robert MeCoy

1912 840 Charles A. Wickliffe 2348 1276 William McCoy 1852 80 876 80 Elisha Whittlesey

209 40 1022 40 Tho's M. T. McKennan, 1951 20 911 20 Edwarı D. White

3771 20 2011 20 James J. McKay 1700 1124 Austin E. Wing

2712 1640 George McDuffie 2296 1'68 Joseph M. White

3312 80 2240 80 Jonathan McCarty 2376 1304 John 1'. H. Worthington, 1840 80 768 80 Charles F. Mercer 1832 760 Ebenezer Young

2132 1060 George E. Mitchell . 1420

Total Representatives, 467,625 20 247,067 20

848

1252

2340

1268 1384

162

Expenses of Congress and Executive Bepartinents Statement exhibiting the amount from 4 March 1789 to 31 December 1794, and

for each year, from 1791 to 1832, of,
\I. The Revenue of the United States, exclusive of Loans :

II. The compensation to Members of both Houses of Congress, and Officers :
III. The Contingent Expenses of Congress :
IV. The Salaries of President, Vice President, Heads of Departments, Post-

master General, and Officers, Clerks, and Messengers : and
V The Contingent Expenses of the Executive Offices.
I Annual reven. I! Compensa III Contin-

IV. Contingent Years. de exclusive of

IV. Salaries of tion to Mem. Igent expenses President, &c.

expenses of Es Loans. bers of Cong' of Congress.

ecutive offices, 1791 4,418,913 19 344,515 43 20,043 65 211,219 18 12,835 87 1792 3,669,960 31 134,799 80 10,005 50 136,713 35 14,291 55 1793 4,652.923 14 88,709 09 8,772 13 160,774 49 12,488 96 1794 5,431,904 87 200,802 19 8,890 00 137,726 78 12,579 50 1795 6,114,534 59 121,815 87 9,500 00 121,660 95 16,014 42 1796 8,377,329 65 174,402 21 11,550 00 140,599 01/ 31,924 53 1797 8,668,780 99 200,128 27 18,450 00 145,062 16 | 23,976 97 1798 7,900,495 80 218,078 46 17,600 00 159,135 49 30.330 89 1799 7,546,813 31 112,544 00 11,200 00 173,977 32 42,598 64 1800 110,848,749 10 160,302 84| 25,500 00 190,260 02) 46,749 4 1801 12,935,330 95 120,122 98 18,36€ 09 194,028 77 39,093 95 1802 14,395,793 95 157,150 87/ 26,378 55 202,299 34 27,169 44 1803 11,064,097 63|145,349 24 15,500 00 203,289 38 26,955 28 1804 (11,826,307 38/224,519 82 42,909 30 189,788 30 29,637 57 1805 (13,560,683 20/ 139,328 97 28,016 23 211,542 71 32,985 78 1806 15,559,931 07 193, 105 88| 30,950 00211,398 80 28.712 05 1807 16,398,019 26/186,661 69 14,643 50 208,539 13 35,413 70 1808 17,060,721 93 231,403 80 30,000 00212,927 61/ 30,217 35 1809 7,773,473 12/225,117 02 38,900 00 218,322 00 29,858 49 1810 9,384,214 28/214,366 16 34,000 00 216,331 45 33,146 73 1811 (14,423,529 09 171,793 41| 31,000 00221,152 26 35,324 38 1812 9,801,132 76319,082 26 61,300 00 219,642 97 44,324 56 1813 14,340,409 95 258,838 67 59,000 00231,409 71| 42,010 13 1814 (11,181,625 16 347,086 98 52,688 29 271,574 46 61,036 57 1815 15,696,916 82 215,843 29 53,000 00 319,750 34 68,622 78 1816 47,676,985 66 531,176 12 51,866 17 349,040 71101,765 20 1817 33,099,049 74 274,493 46 46,450 00 373,280 11 80,110 68 1818 121,585,171 04 398,512 50 35,350 00 398, 107 62 69,796 00 1819 24,603,374 37 292,578 34 54,362 86458,462 35 88,589 31 1820 17,840,669 55 423,479 26 55,250 00 427,626 37| 86,584 54 1821 14,573,379 72 307,641 92 53,644 22 407,349 74| 98,288 35 1822 20,232,427 94 412,170 52 42,786 08 392,126 991 60,891 94 1823 20,540,666 26 300,648 01 57,298 09 410,330 36 45,988 30 1824 19,381,212 79 489,242 39 114,496 00 405,462 06 69,408 40 1825 21,840,858 02 496,551 48 85,289 00 385,404 17 75,686 41 1826 125,260,434 21 426,611 20 66,745 25 403,846 93 87,609 08 1827 22,966,363 96 327,299 00 90,666 25 414,931 91 88,556 20 1828 24,763,629 23 502,419 13 121,653 001 414,278 73 88,083 00 1829 24,827,627 38/355,124 96 120,450 00| 431,337 46 92,707 31 1830 24,844,116 51 566,995 16 125,758 00428,668 95|115,304 30 1831 |28,526,820 82 293,482 42 100,800 00458,105 86 103,866 38 1932 (36,368,475 611 97,513 68|174,300 00| 449,605 42|117,709 96

DEPARTMENT OF STATE. LOUIS M.LANE, of Delaware, Secretary, $6,000 per

annum. The Department of State was created by the act of 15th September 1789. Previous to that period, by act of the 27th of July, 1789, it was denominated the Department of Foreign Affairs. The Secretary is, ex officio, a Commissioner of the Sinking Fund, and, by usage, a mumber of the Cabinet He condurts the negotiation of all treaties between the United States and Foreign Powers; and corresponds officially with the public Ministers of the United States at Foreign Courts, and with the Ministers of Foreign Powers resident in the United States. He performs á lso the main duties of what, in other Governments, is called the Home Department. He has the charge of the seal of the United States, but cannot affix it to any commission until signed by the President, nor to any other instrument or act, without the special authority of the President. He is, by law, entrusted with the publication and distribution of all the Acts and Resolutions of Congress ; and all Treaties with For. eign Vations and Indian Tribes. He preserves, also, the original of all Laws and Treaties, and of the public correspondence growing out of the intercourse between the United States and Foreign Nations : and is required to procure and preserve copies of the statutes of the several States. He grants passports to American citizens visiting foreign countries; preserves the evidence of Copy rights; and has control of the Joffice which issues Patents for useful inventions. He holds his office at the will of the President.

CLERKS. IN TAE DEPARTMENT OF STATE. ASBURY Dickins, Chief Clerk.................

32000 00 William S. Derrick,

1600 00 Aaron Ogden Dayton,...... Diplomatic Bureau........... 1500 00 William Hunler, Jr. ....

1400 00 Francis Markoe, Jr... Consular Bureau.....

S 1400 00 Benjamin C. Vail,

1400 00 And. T. McCormick, Home Bureau.............

S 1400 00 Lewis Randolph,

? 900 00 Thomas P. Jones, ........... 2 Bureau of Archives, Laws and 1400 00 George Hill,.... S Commissious.......

1000 00 Arthur Shaaj, Bureau of Pardons and Remissions, and

Copyrights, and of the care of the Library.... ..........1400 00 Edward Slubbs, Ireland, Disbursing and Superintending Bureau 1450 00 Robert Greenhoro, Translating and Miscellaneous Bureau.......1600 00 Joseph Warren,

$ 700 00 William H. Prentiss, messengers ......

350 00 PATENT OFFICE. John D. CRAIG, Superintendent...

..1500 00 Alex. McIntire, Clerk....

..1000 00 Samuel P. Walker, Clerk......

..1000 00 Wm. T. Stiger,

.....800 00 Charles M Keller, .. ..... Macbinist....

.700 00 Henry Bishop, messenger................... ......................400 00

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