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Exhibit of the operations of the Land Ofices of the United States in the several States and Territories, during thc year

ending December 31, 1833; the first, second, and third quarters of 1834 ; and of payments made into the Treasury on account of Public Lands during those periods.

Lands sold after deducting erro-
STATES AND TERRI
neous entries.

Amount received in scrip.
Amount received

Aggregate re- Amount paid into
TORIES.
Acres. Purchase money.
in cash. Forfeited land) Military land ceipts.

the Treasury.
stock.

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Ohio ........for 1833.. 551,153.59 $692,426 09 $511 482 94 % 11,924 31 169,018 84 8692,426 09 $475,812 82
Indiana..........do... 554,681.78 693,522 40 543,048 77 7,314 84 143,158 79 693,522 40 459,839 82
Illinois...... .....do... 360,240.51 450,242 701 415,156 02 2,998 67 32,088 01 450,242 70 374,138 51
Missouri..........do 226,285 68 296,522 58 296,423 38 99 20

296.522 58 334,860 02
Alabaina .........do... 451,319.73 565,818 90 544,434 42 21,384 48

565,818 90 531,722 54 Mississippi........do... 1,121,494.97 1,531,390 31 1,528,545 58

2,844 73

1,531,390 31 1,153,054 83
Louisiana........do... 89,441 18 111,809 34 111,420 72 388 62

111,809 34 108,018 09
Michigan Ter....do... 447,780.17 563,264 92 541,422 561 275 70 21,566 66 563,264 92 501,272 79
Arkansas Ter....do... 41,859.43 52,324 42 52,324 42

52,324 42 18,114 27
Florida Ter......do... 11,970-521 14,963 18 14,963 18,

14,963 18 10,847 86
Total for 1834.... 3,856,227.56 4,972,284 84 4,559,221 99 47,230 55 365,832 30 4,972, 284 84 3,967,681 55
Obio, 1, 2, & 3d qrs '34 347,804 30 434,758 08 353,288 15 7,837 17 73,632 76 434,758 08 352,473 59
Indiana.. .....do... 427,735 74 534,669 81 489,143 46 1,973 35 43,553 00 534,669 81 483,727 06
Illinois............do... 222,458.19 278.145 10

264,226 01 1,160 87 12,758 22) 278,145 10 271,663 05
Missouri..........do... 141,439 30 177,042 42 176,009 61 1,032 81

177,042 42 168,720 14 Alabaina......

.........do... 414,070 73 546,032 48 539,898 49 6,033 99 100 00 546,032 48 507,145 52 Mississippi..

361,026.85 451,342 34 448,652 43 786 58 1,903 33 451,342 34 750,291 67
Louisiana.........do... 53,108.31 67,985 14 67,904 64 80 50

67,985 14 62.027 58
Michigan Ter.. .do... 351,951.32 439,949 90 415,498 25 160 00 24,291 65 439,949 90 408,977 55
Arkansas Ter....do... 47,227.57 59,034 44 59,034 44

59,034 44 63,344 36 Florida Ter......do... 6,100.04 7,636 301 7,636 30

7.636 30 8,104 98 Total for 3 grs of 1834. 2,372,931.35) 2,996,596 01 2,821,291 781 19,065 27) 156,238 961 2,996,596 01 3,076,475 50

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EXPENDITURES. Stalement of the expenditures of the United States for the year 1833.

Civil, M19CELLANEOUS, AND FOREIGN INTER COURSE. Legislature......

$469,073 83 Executive Departments.... ................................ 658,608 41 Surveyors........

26,908 97 Commiesioner of Public Buildings ............................ 2,000 00 Officers of the Mint.......

12 575 00 Governments in the Territories of the United States....... 54,750 35 Judiciary...

338,841 72 Civil.......

$1,562,758 28 Payment of sundry pensions granted by the late and present Government...

$1,367 93 Mint establishment...........

40,134 22 Extending the Mint establishment...........

11,000 00 Payment for unclaimed merchandise....

210 19 Light house establistment...

265,684 32 Building light houses, &C.................................... 48,245 82 Surveying public lands....................................... 84,000 00 Survey of the Choctaw cession in the States of Mississippi and Alabama ...............

45,000 00 Survey of the public lands recently purchased from the Indians in Indiana .........

7,000 00 Registers and receivers of Land Offices.........................

2,871 20 Repayment of lands erroneously sold..........

88 62 Keepers of the public archives in Florida........

1,100 00 Survey of the coasts of the United States......

18,313 48 Marine hospital establishment................................. 68,948 73 Roads within the State of Ohio, three per cent. fund........ 32,190 43 Roads and canals within the State of Indiana, three per cent fund........

28,075 47 Roads and canals within the State of Alabama, three per cent. fund.........

19,790 62 Roads and canals within the State of Missouri, three per cent. fund.........

16,145 45 Road froin Line creek to the Chattahoochie.

2,000 00 Public buildings in Washington.......

185,359 03 Purchase of the rights of the Washington Bridge Company,

and for the erection of a bridge on the site thereof...... 13,000 00 Support and maintenance of the Penitentiary in the Dis.

trict of Columbia ............ ............................ 17,000 00 Furniture of the President's house........................... 20,000 00 Purchase of the rights of Washington Canal Company.... 150,000 00 Improving the navigation of the Potomac river between

Georgetown and Alexandria, and for other purposes..... 100,000 00 Aqueduct across the Potomac river at or near Georgetown 50,000 00 Stock in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company.. 299,000 00 Boundary line between Florida and Alabama.............. 200 00 Western boundary line of the State of Missouri ......... 140 00

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Revision of all the former estimates of the population of the United States.......................................

$300 00 Consular receipts.......

614 52 Payment of certain certificates........................... 1,026 30 Building customhouses and warehouses...................... 250,415 23 For the discharge oi sundry judgments against the former

Murshal for the eastern district of Pennsylvania, and for the relief of J. & W. Lippincott & Co...............

450 30 For liquidating and paying certain claims of the State of Virgluia....

289,576 59 Relief of sundry in lividuals...

132,172 55 Miscellaneous expenses..... .............................. 110,772 14 Revolutionary claims.......... ........................... 184,237 93 Duties refunded on merchandise ........................... 701,760 70 Miscellaneous...................

$3,198,091 77 Salaries of the ministers of the United States...... $37,049 57 Salaries of the secretaries of legation ............

7,396 61 Salaries of the chargés des affaires.

58,348 94 Outfits of ministers to Great Britain, France, and Russia 4,500 00 Outfits of the chargés des affaires to Great Britaio, Central America, and Colombia....

13,500 00 Contingent expenses of all the missions abroad..

20,721 35 Salary of a dragoman and for contingencies of the legation lo Turkey..

6,500 00 Diplomatic services of George W. Slocum, consul at Buenos Ayres........

4,870 '00 Diplomatic services of Michael Hogan, rendered in Chili. 18,112 50 Outfit and services of John R. Clay, acting as chargé des

affaires at St. Petersburg.................................. 7,200 00 Arrearages on account of the services of Washington Irvin,

as chargé des affaires at London.... .................. 1,833 35 Contingeni expenses of foreign intercourse ................. 20,000 00 Expenses of conveying the Netherlands minister and suite irom New York to Curaçoa ......

1,182 78 Exp-nses of accommodating the chargé des affaires at

Constantinople, and for conveying the consul at Tangiers from Port Mahon to Tangiers, and for conveying the consul at Tripoli from Port Mahon to Tripoli.,

500 00 Services of George F. Brown, consular agent at Algiers., 3,366 00 Intercourse with Barbary Powers......

12,649 47 To indemnify Sweden od account of injuries sustained by her subjects at St. Bartholomews.....

5,666 66 Compensation and expense of an agent to Havana to procure the archives of Florida.....

4,000 00 Expenses of the commission under the convention between the United States and Denmark.....

7,200 86 Expenses of the commission under the convention between

the United States and the King of the French ........... 18,802 58 Expenses of the commission under the convention between

the United States and the King of the Two Sicilies..... 2,541 67

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Salaries of the agents of claims at London and Paris..... $4,000 00
Relief and protection of American seamen .........

25,835 24
Payment of claims under 9th article of treaty with Spain 6,175 00
Awards under the 1st article of the Creaty of Ghent..... 281 76
Awards under the convention with Denmark......

663, 161 04 Foreign Intercourse.......

$955,395 88

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MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT.
Pay of the army and subsistence of officers... .......$1,260,108 62
Arrearages of the pay departinept...............

99 32 Subsistence................................................. 324,649 97 Quartermaster's department..............

169,424 52) Travsporation of officers' baggage, &c. .................. 62,479 14 Transportation of the arıy..........

208,143 78 Forge

49,047 98 Purchasing department............

256,507 60 Clothing for officers' servants......

27,389 35 Bounties and premiuins.....

8,441 41 Expenses of recruiting.

20,992 94 Gratuities.......

146 50 Medical or hospital department...........................

34.416 14 Arrearages of the medical and hospital department......, 3 000 00 Contingencies of the army ................................ 10,555 54 Arrearages prior to 1st July, 1815......

3,629 60 Invalid and half pay pensions.

288,007 13 Pensions to widows and orphans............

6,284 15 Revolutionary pensions.....

787,376 88 Revolutionary pensions, per act 71h June, 1832..... 3,507,484 22

Fuel, forage, stationery, &c., at West Point.............. 8,500 00
Repairs and improvements of the buildings and grounds
at West Point......

4,000 00
Pay of adjutant's and quartermaster's clerks at West
Point.

900 00 Increase and expenses of the library at West Point...

1,400 00 Models for drawing at West Point......

900 00 Models for engineering at West Point.........

600 00 Philosophical apparatus at West Point......

890 00 Miscellaneous items at West Point........................ 1,575 00 Expenses of Buard of Visiters at West Point............. 2,000 00 Nacional armories......

360,140 65 Dwelling houses at Springfield.......

7,000 00 Shop for grinding at Springfield......

6,000 00 Additional machinery at Springfield...........

3,500 00 Double racks at Springfield....

4,500 00 Dwelling houses at Harper's Ferry....

8,600 00 Three new water wheels at Harper's Ferry..

8,400 00 Repairs, &c, of dam, &c. at Harper's Ferry.

3,374 55 Right to water power at Harper's Ferry.

2,600 00 Enlargement of canal at Harper's Ferry....

10,000 00 Repairing workshop at Harper's Ferry

1,500 00 Arsenals......

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Arsenal in Florida.....
Forty-five acres of land at Watervliet.....
Ordnance ........
Armament of fortifications....
Arining and equipping the militia ..............................
Repairs and contingencies of fortifications.....
Accoutrements and swords....
Fort Adams
Fort Calhoun.................

Fort Columbus a od Castle William.. ................
Fort Delaware....
Fort Jackson.....
Fort Macon.....
Fort Monroe..
Fort al Oak island, Cape Fear, North Carolina
Fort at Throgg's Neck, New York....................
Fort at George's island, Massachusetts....................
Fort on Cockspur island, Georgia.
Fort at Mobile point, Alabama ....................
Fort on Foster's bank, Pensacola harbor...................
li hart at Fort Washington........
Fort on Grand Terre, Louisiana.......
Preservation of Castle island, and repairs of Fort Inde-

pendence...
Repairs of Fort Marion, and sea wall at St. Augustine....
Fortifications at Charleston, South Carolina.....
Fortifications at Peosacola Florida....
Purchase of ground at Fort Trumbull.... ...... .........
Purchase of land at Fort Gratiot........
Whart and site at Fort Pretle......
Wharf at Fort Independence....
Wharf at Fort McHenry..
Barracks at Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien, N.W. Terry
Barracks at Fort Howard, Green bay.....
Barracks at Fort Severn, Anna polis......
Barracks, quarters, &c, at Savannah.................
Barracks, quarters, &c, near New Orleans.....

Barracks and bospital at Baton Rouge..................
Barracks at Key West, and for other purposes..... ....
Storehouse and stable at Pittsburg...
Purchase of one acre of land near Pittsburg..
Erection of a storehouse at Baton Rouge...
Breakwater, Delaware bay......
Breakwater, Hyannis harbor, Massachusetts..
Breakwater, Merrimack river, Massachusetts .............
Breakwater and dyke in Mill river, Connecticut....
Sea wall, Deer island, Boston harbor......
Pier and mole at Oswego, New York.....
Piers at Buffalo, New York........
Work at Black Rock harbor, New York.....
Work at Dunkirk barbor, New York...

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