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President of the United States

131 Sales of Public Lands in each State,

Vice President.

1820-1832,

236

President's Message, Dec. 4, 1833

15-28 Lands Subject to private entry, ist

Salaries of Presidents and Heads of De- January, 1833,

236
partipeuts, Clerks, wc. and contin- Whole amount of Public Lands, Sold,
gent expenses of Executive officers an-

prior to 30th September, 1833, 237

nually, 1789 to 1832 inclusive

52 Nett proceeds of Public Lands to 30th

The Congress-

29 September, 1833,

237

Senator's

30 Whole amount of Public Lands Survey-

Representatives from each State, with ed and exposed to salı, prior to 301b

the disu icts, where States are divided September, 1833,

237

into districts

31–38 Quantity of publc Lands Surveyed, and

Committees of the Senate

39 remaining

unsold, 30th Sept. 1833, 237

Committees of the House of Representa- Quantity of Public Lands granted for

tives

40-43 Military Services, for Literary Pur-

Officers of the Senate

38 poses, Internai Improvements, &c. 237

Officers of the House of Representatives 38 Surveyors of Public lands

231

Library of Congress

38 Registers of Land Offices

232

Alphabetical list of Senators

44 Receivers of Public Moneys

233

Alphabetical list of Representatives, with Public Lead Mines

142

Districts and Committees

44-46 The Customs-

Members of Congress appointed to office Collectors of the Customs; Surveyors ,

from 1789 to 1832, inclusive,

47-49 Naval Officers ; App!. isers ; with the

Compensation and Mileage of each mem-

dates their Commissionis

238-243

ber of 22d Congress

50,51 Table of Fees of officers of the Cus-

Expenses of Congress, annually, from

[118-[120

1789, to 1832 inclusive,

52 Collectors, Serveyors, Naval officers, Ap-

Department of State-Secretary's office 53 praisers, Inspectors, Weiglers Gau-

Patent Office

53 ger's, and Measurers, in each District

Commissioners for Claims on France 54 of the several States

253-264

Commissioners for Claims on Naples 55 Light House k.stablishment-Superinten-

Act for carrying into effect convention dents and Ker pers of Light Houses 247-251

with Naples

55 Floating Lights

251

Convention with Napless Oct. 14,

1532

56 Revenue Cutters— i he station of exch;

Treaty with Russia,

58-60 their officers, with the dates of their

Treaty with Mexico,

60-67 commissions

243-246

Treaty with the Ottoman Porte, 67 Expenses of Collection of the Customs,

Publishers of the Laws

269,270 1789-1832

Intercourse with Foreign Nations 115 Expenses of Light House Establishment,

Ministers, Consuls, and other Diplomatic 1789-1832,

252

Agents in foreign countries 115–118 Gross amount of Duties, Expenses of
Ministers, Consuis,. c. of Foreign Na- Coilection Gross and Nett amount of
tions in the United States

119-121 Revenue, and Payments into the Trea-
Expenses of Intercourse with Foreign sury, in the year 1832,

[96,[97
Aations, 1789-1832.

122 War Department-Secretary's Office Re-

Treasury Department-

69 quisition, Pension, Indian, and Boun-

Rep'rt of Secrtary,on the Finances 205–211 ty Land Bureaus

86-87

Secretary's Office

70 General Staff of the Army-

Offices of the ist and 2d Comptrol- Head Quarters

87

ler

72–751 Adjutant General's Ofice.

88

ofices of the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th Enginees Department

88

Auditor

76–79 Topographical Bureau

89

Solicitor's Office

80 Ordnanc Department

89

Treasurer's Office

81 Quartermaster's Dtpartment

91

Register's Office

81-83 Pruchasing Department

94

General Land Office

84

Clothing Department

94

Signing and Executing Land Patents, 85 Pay Department

95

Commissioners for Private Land Claims Subsistence Department

95

in Missouri

54 Medica Department

96

Act for adjustment of Land Claims in

The Armys
Missouri

Go Report of the Secrctary of War 123-130
Commissioners of Insolvency,
85 Conditii. of the Army in 1833

131

Public Lands-

Recruiting, 1833

131

Land Districts, and when est;blished, 230 Position and distribution of the troops 132

Sales of Public Lands in each District, perations under the Quartermaster's

in 1832,

218-211

133

sales of Public Lands, quantity and

Department, in 1833
) aware Breakwater

134
value of, in each State in 1832 & 1833, 23; | Officers, &c. under Quart'mr's Departmt 134

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officers, &c. of Engineer Department, Marine Corps

298

pot in Army List

140 Vessels of the Navy

300

Civil Engineers under Topographical Attorney General-

Bureau

140

Attorney General's Office

99

Operations of the Engineer Depart- General Post Office-

135-139 Postmaster General and Clerks

100, 101

Operations of Ordnance Department, Clerks in Post offices

102, 103

in 1933

141 Rates of Postage

104

Militia, number in, and apportionment Franking

105

of arms to, each State

142 Postmaster General's Report 183

Act to improve the condition of the non- Post Roads

184

commissioned officers and privates 157

Transportation of the Mail

184

Act authorizing regiment of Dragoons, Revenue of the post office

186

and discharging Mounted Rangers 158 Retrenchment of expenses

187
Aet for payment of horses and arms lost Mail Contractors in eacb State, with

in Military Service against Indians 159 the amount of their original con-
Expenses of Military establishment in tracts, and additional allowances
each year, from 1789 to 1832, inclusive 160 made to them

189-204

Army List, containing a list of all the of The Judiciary-

106

ficers of the Army, with their Rank, Supreme Court

107

and the dates of their Commissions, and District Courts

108
the Regiments to which attached 274–285 Circuit Courts

Relative Rank

282-284 Places and times of holding courts 111

Pay of the Ariny

285 Courts in the Territories

113

Departments of the Army, Posts and Ar- Courts in the District of Columbia 113

senals, with the names of permanent Penitentiary

113

commander's

132 Expenses of each Judicial District,

Resignations, Deaths, &c. in 1833 273 1826-1832

114
Military Academy-

Pension184

Report of Board of Visiters

151-157 Pension Agents :

149

Professors, &c. Jan. 1, 1834
271 Navy Pensione 1's

180
Cadets, January 1, 1834

271 Privateer Pension Fund
Cadets'attached to Army Register
273 Revolutionary claims

181
Deaths, Resignations, &c. in the Ar- Revolutionary Pensions, 1789–1832 100

my, from 1815 to 1833, inclusive [1-[24 Invalid Pensions, 1789-1832

Army Register of 1797

[25-027 Revolutionary and Invalid Pensioners 150

Number of officers in the Army, and The Indians-

Cadets at the Military Acadeiny, from Indian Affairs

143

each State in 1831

(27

Indian Agents

146

Number of Troops, (continental and mi- Sub-Agents

146

litia) furnished by each state in each Interpreters, &c.

147

year, from 1775 to 1783, inclusive [27-[32] Negotiations with Indians 143, 144

American Officers, Prisoners of War, Oc- Commissioners for treatiug with Indians 148

tober 23, 1782

[35-[37 Indian Schools

145

Officers and Soldiers, killed, &c. at Fort Indian Annuities

224
du Quesne, Sept. 14, 1758

(37 The Mint-

Names of Virginians killed at Fort du

Officers of the Mint

85

Quesne

(38 Operations of the Mint, 1833

229

Navy Department-

American Gold received at the Mint,

Secretary's Office

97 1824-1833

229

Secretary's Report

160-177 American Coin exported

(53

Board of Navy Commissioners 99 Gold and Silver in Bullion and Specie
Dry Doclis

179 imported in each year, from 1821 to

Vessels on the Stocks

177 1832, inclusive

(40, 141

Vessels in Ordinary

177 Gold and Silver, Foreign, in Bullion and

Navy Stores on hand

778 Specie, exported in each year, from

Live Qak Franes

178 1821 10 1832, inclusive

[42, (43

Act for gradual increise of the Navy 181 Gold and Silver imported and exported,

Act for relief ot' Widows and Orphans of

1821-1832

[39

Officers and Seamen of the Sylph

180 Gold and Silver coined, 1821–1832

(39

Names or officers and ces en lost in the Fie ceipts and Expenditures

205

Sylph

180 Public Debt

206

Expenses of Naval Establishinentincach Estinates for 1834

207

year from 1789 to 1832, inclusive 182 Effect of the Tariff on the revenue 209

Oficers, Natal, and Civil employed in Duties on Merchandise, imported in 1832 212

Nary yards

$6, 287 Explanatory Statements in relation 10

Navy Herist containing at all the Specific duties

213-217
officers of the Nayy; the dates of their Sales of Public Lands 1832

commissions and wei e stationed 289-30 Receipts into the Treasury in 1832, from

Resignations, &c. in 1833

28 sources other than Customs and Public

Pay, &c. of the Navy

90 Lands

217

.

218

187

Expenditures in 1832—

Navigation of the United States, dur-

Civil

220 ing the year ending Sept. 0, 1832

Miscellaneous

221 Value of all articles re of duty inport-

Foreign Intercourse

221 ed and exported, luring the year end-

Military stablishment
221-225 ing Spteinber 30, 1932

(78

Naval establishment

225 Value ot all articles subject to duties, ad

Public Debt

226

valorem, imported and Xportei, dur.

Statement of the Nett revenue in 1832 227 ing the year ending Sept 30, 1832 [79, [80]

Statement of the Public Debt Jan 1, 1834 227 Quantity and alue of all articles paying
Statement of Receipts, Expenditures, Specific rates of duty, imported and x-

and Appropriations, froin 1789 228 ported during the year ending septem-
Expenditures in each year, from 1776 to ber 30, 1832

[81, [84

to 1781, inclusive

[33, [34 Classification of Domestic Esports for the

Receipts in each

year,

1789–1832

193, [99 year ending September 30, 1832 (84

Expenditures in each' year, from 1789 to Imports and Exports of each State, for

1832

(100, [101 the year ending Sept. 30, 1332 (85

Presidents, Directors, and Cashiers of the

Tonnage of each District for the year

U.S. Bank and its branches 265-267

ending September 30, 1832

{85

State Banks selected for receiving the Tonnage, 1815–1832

Public Deposites

267 Value of all Manufactures of Wool, Cot.

Amount of Public Funds in the Bank of

ton, Flax, Silk, Hemp, Iron and Steel,

the United States, and branches in each and Leather, imported in the year end-

month of the years from 1318 to 1833 268

ng September 30, 1832

(88

Amount of Public Moneys in Slate Banks 26n Value of Iron in Pigg Bar Iron, Steel,
Commerce and Navigation

Hemp, Wool, Paper and Books. im.
Treaty with Russia

58-61

ported in the year ending Sept 30, 1832 (89

Treaty of, with Mexico

61-57 Value of Rags, Fuis, Hides, Dye Wood,

Treaty of, with Turkey

67

Indigo, Copper, Tin, and Crude Salt

Commerce of the United States, in 1832 [77 Petre, imported in the year ending

Navigation of the United States, in 1832 77 September 30, 1832

[90

Commerce of each state in 1832

[85 Value of Molasses, Coffee, Sugar, Salt,
Value of al Imports into the United

Wines, Spirits, Fruits, Spices, and se

States, in each year, from 1821 to 1832, gan, imported in the year ending Sep-

inclusive, and whence imported.44, 145 feber 30, 1832

[91

Value of all Exports from the United Value of Fish, Fish Oil, Whale bone,

States, in each year, from 1821 to 1832, Spermaceti and Tallow Candles, and
inclusive, distinguishing Domestic

Soap, Beef, Tallow, &e. Butter and

from Foreign Produce, and where ex- Cheese, exported during the year end-

ported

[46-[49) ing September 30, 1832

(92

Quantity of American and Foreign Ton- Value of Staves, other Lumber, Masts,

nage, employed in the Foreign 'rade Oak Bark, Manufactures of Wood,

olihe United States, in each year from Naval Stores, Pot and Pearl Ashes, and

1821 to 1832 inclusive, distinguishing Skins, and Furs, exported during the

the Tonnage of each Country (50, [51 year ending September 30, 1832

Value of the principal articles of Foreign

[93

Value of Hats, Leather, kc. Snuff and
Produce and Manufacture Imported Manufact'l Tobacco, Medicinai Drugs
and exported in each year, from 1821 Copper and Brass, Co.nbs and Buttons,
to 1832, iclusive

[52, (53 Iron, and Manufactures of Cotton, eso

Quantity and Value of every di-scription

ported during the year ending Sep-

of Goods, Wares, and Merchandise, of tember 30, 1832
the Growth, Produce and Manutacture Value of Park, Hams, &c. Flour, Corn
of the United States, exported in each Indian Meal, Buiscuit, Rice, Cotton

year, from 1921 to 18.32, inclusive (54-58 and Tobacco +-xported during the year

Quantity and Value of Spirits imported ending September 30, 1832

[95

tro:n the West Indies, 182.-1832 59 Act concerning discriminating Duties [102

Quantity and Value of Molasses Import- Act of the 14th Ju’y, 1832, to alter and

froin the W-st Indies, 1821-1832 [60 mend the several acts imposing duties
Quia tity and Value of Coffee Imported on Imports

(102-109
from the West Iudies, 1821-1832 [61 Act to modify the act of 14th July, 1832,
Quantity and Value of Sugar Imported and all other acts imposing duties on
from the W st Indies, 1821-1832 [62 Imports

[109, [111
fotai Va ue of Exports to and Imports Act to explain and amend the 18th sec-

from the West Indies, 1821-1832 63 tion of the act of 14th July, 1932,
Total Quanti y of American and Foreign

[111]

Act to explain and amend the act of 14th

Connage, employed in West India July '3i, so far as relates to Hardware,

Trade, 1820–1832

64,[65 kc.

(112

Total value of Domestic and foreign Aci further to provide for ihe collection
Exports from each Siate and Territory, of duties on Imports

(113–15
in each

year, from 1791 to 1832 inclile Circular to Collectors, Naval officers, and

sive

(66,76

Surveyors, 26 December, 1833 (115-117

Statistical View of the Commerce and

Additional Circular, 15 Jan. 1834 (117

.

[94

.

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Note. The figures with a bracket prefixed, refer to pages of the Appendix.
A

(Appropriations since 1789.... ..228
Act supplementary to act for ad- Balances of, 1789—1832 .. [103

justment of Land Claiins...... 54 Argentine Republic ............ 21
Act for adjustinent of Claims on Arkansas-
Naples........

54 Delegate. 23d Congress
Act prescribing the mode of sign- Judiciary of..................113

ing Land Patents...... ...... 85 Mail Contrartors in ....... ..204
Act for improving coodition of Armories.......

89, 141
Soldiers and Marines.... .. .157 Arms, apportionment of, 1832 ..142
Act for defence of the Frontiers 158 Arms made, in 1833.......... .. 141
Act for the payment of horses Army Bureaus......... ......

87-96
and Arms lost in Indian War 159 Army, condition of.. ..123, 131
Act for the relief of widows and

Army, expenses of, 1789-1832.. 160
orphans of officers and seamen Army, Head Quarters.......... 87
lost in the Sylph ..............

..180 Army, Report on the.... ..123–130
Act in addition to act for gradual

improvement of condition of 123
improvement of the Navy....131 employment of Dragoons.. 124
Acts amending act for the re-

pay of Medical Corps......125
lief of officers and soldiers of

advantages of subsistence
the revolution..
.............181

Department .............125
Act respecting countervailing du-

Brevet Commissions ......126
ties

....[102)

Invalid Officers. ...126
Act of 14 July, 1832, respecting Supera linuated Soldiers 126
duties on imports

. [102 Desertion......

.................131
Act modifying the act of 14 July,

Recruiting ................131
1832

[109 Distibution of Troops .. 132
Act amending 18th section of acc

Number of Officers of, from
of 14th July, 1832 ..... ...[111

each State...........

..(27
Act further to amend act of 14th Army Register-
July, 1832

.......[112 General Staff Officers...... ..274
Act further to provide for collec- Medical Department..........275

tion of Duties on Imports, 20 Purchasing Department ......274

March, 1833 ... ....(113 Pay Department..............274
Adjutant General's Office

Quartermaster's Department 274
Ad valorem duties......

Ordnance Department........276
Agents, Indian..

146, 148 Corps of Engineers.. .........276
Agents, Navy.....

.298 Topographical Engineers.. 276
Agents, Fension........ ..149

Dragoons.....

....277
Alabama

1st Regiment of Artillery ...,277
Senators, 230 Congress.... .. 30 2. Regiment of Artillery ......278
Representatives, 23d Congress 37 3r1 Regiment of Artillery.. ..278
Courts in.....

.. 109 4th Regiment of Artillery. .,279
Mail Contractors in ..........200 1st Infantry.... .............279
Custom House Officers in.. 264 2nd Infantry

279
Algiers....

............117

34 Infantry
American Officers, Pris's, 1782.. (35|| 4th Infantry ..... ........

.280
Annual Revenue exclusive of

5th Jufantry

..................281
Loans 1789-1832............ 52 6th Iofantry

281
Annuities, lodian.................

.224 715 Jufantry
Apportiopment of Arms ...... 14. Lineal Rank......

......282-284
Appraisers....

.243 Commanders of Posts ..132

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Posts and Arsenals...... ....

..132 Brigadier Generals... ..........274
Deaths and resigoations......273 Boatswains......................

...296
Dismissions......

..273 Boston Dry Dock, cost of .... ..179
Military Departments...... ..274 Buenos Ayres...................118

Recruiting, 1833 ... .... ....131 Building and repairing ressels
Army Register, 1797.... (25-27 1789—1832....

...,182
Army, Revolutionary..

...... [28-32 Bullion, See Gold and Silver.
Army vacancies ..........(1-124 Bureaus, War Department...... 86
Arsenals.. .........
.132, 141, 222

Army..........

..87, 96
Artillery
..277-279

C
Ass't Post Masters General ....100 Cadets.......

..271 273
Assistant Surgeons, Army.... ..275 Number of, from each State.. [27

Navy....

.... ..292 Candles and Soap exported,
Attorney General......

99 1821-1832....... ........157, 92
Attorneys, See Judiciary.

Cannon, cost of, 1789—1832 ...160
Auditor 1st, office of..... ..... 76 Captains, Army..... .283, 284
21, office of...

77 Navy.

..............289
3d, office of......

Marine Corps................299
4th, office of............ 78 Carpenters......

.............. 296
5th, office of............. 79 Cattle, &c. exported, 1821-32.. [55
Austria .........

....116, 120 Central America.... .21, 118
B

Chaplains
Baden...
.121 Cherokees

..143
Balances in the Treasury 1789-

Chile........................

....21, 118
1832......

..[99 Chupa ............................118
Bank Divideuds, 1792 1832.. ..[99 Circuit Courts..................110
Banks, Deposites in.. ..24.26 Circulars to Collectors... (115 117
Bank of the United States-

Civil Engineers

..140
Presidents, &c of. ........ 265-267 Civil List, Expenses of..........220
Amount of Public Funds, in, Civil List, expenses of, 1789-32 [100
1818-1833 ..............
..268 Claims on France.....i

54
Banks, State

Llams on Naples......

....55-57
Selected for Public Deposites, 267 Claims, Revolutionarý..........181

Amount of Public Funds in .. 269 Clerks in State Department .. .. 53
Barbary Powers, Consuls to.....117

Patent Office.......... 53
Bar Iron Imported, 1832.... ....[89 Treasury Department 70
Barracks................

..133, 222

1st Comptroller's Office 72
Belgium.......... ...20, 116, 120

2d Comptroller's Office 75
Board of Navy Commissioners.. 99

First Auditor's Office.. 76
Bolivia

21

Secind Auditor's Office 77
Books Imported, 1832.... .[89

Third Auditor's Office 78
Boots & Shoes ex ported, 1821-

Fouth Auditor's Office 78
1832.......

..[57, 94

Fifth Auditor's Office. 79
Boundary, Mexican............ 21

Solicitor's Office in
Bounty Land Office .......

Treasurer's Office .... 81
Brass Manufactures imported,

Register's Office

81
1822......

...[88

Lant Office........

............ 84
Brazil.........

..117, 121

Was Department...
Breakwater
........ 133, 222

R 40 3inson Bureau.... 80
Breinen.....

120

Bounty Land Oifie
Brevet Cominissions

Office of lndam fairs C

... 80

.... 86

...... 46

... 86

...126

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