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Piers io Keunebunk river, Maine .........................
Pier head in Cunningham creek, Ohio......................
Piers in La Plaisance bay, Michigan.......
Preservation of Provincetown harbor, Massachusetts.....

Repairing Plymouth beach, Massachusetts ................
Deepening channel, mouth of Pascagoula river, Mississippi
Improving the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers,

from Pittsburg to New Orleans......
Improving the navigation of the Ohio, Missouri, and Mis-

sissippi rivers.................
Improving the navigation of Gennessee river, New York..
Improving the navigation of Cumberland river, Tennessee
Improving the navigation of Cape Fear river, N. Carolina
Improving the navigation of Arkansas river...............
Improving the navigation of Conneaut creek, Ohio.......
Improving the navigation of Ochlochvey river, Florida...
Improving the navigation of Choctawhaichie river, Florida
Improving the harbors of New Castle, Marcus Hook,

Chester, and Port Pend..........
Improving the harbor of Presque lele, Pennsylvania ......
Improving the harbor of Cleareland, Ohio.......
Iniproving the harbor of Chicago, Ulinois.......
Improving the navigation of Red river, Louisiana, and

Arkansas.....
Removing obstructions in Kenuebeck river, Maine ........
Removing obstructions, Big Sodus Bay, New York ........
Removing obstructions in Huron river, Ohio....... .......
Removing obstructions in Black river, Ohio..............

Remoring obstructions in Grand river, Ohio................
Removing obstructions in Ashtabula creek, Ohio......
Removing obstructions in Ocracoke iulet, North Carolina
Removing obstructions in Savannah river, eorgia .........

Removing obstructions in Appalachicola river, Florida....
Removing obstructions in Escambia river, Florida........
Removing obstructions in the river and harbor of St.

Mark's, Florida......
Survey of White and St. Francis rivers, Arkansas........
Purchase of instruments for ascertaining the northern

boundary of Ohio........
Expenses of taking observations for northern boundary of

Ohio..........................
Surveys and estimates of roads and canals...............
Cumberland road in Ohio, west of Zanesville....
Cumberland road in Indiana ......
Cumberland road in Illinois................
Repairs of the Cumberland road east of the Ohio........
Repairs of the Cumberland road in Virginia ................
Repairs of the Cumberland road......
Road from Maitana wcook to Mars Hill, Maine...
Road from Detroit to Fort Gratiot.......
Road from Detroit to Sagana w bay.......

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Road from Detroit to Chicago........
Road from Detroit to Grand river..........
Road trom La Plaisance bay to Chicago road........
Road from Fort Howard to Fort Crawford.....
Road from Little Rock to the St. Frauris river, Arkansas..
Road from Washington to Jackson, Arkansas..........

Road from Line creek to the Chattahoochie ..............
Surveys of canals between the bays of St Andrew's and

Chattahoochie, Florida, &c....
Payment of militia claims for services in 1831......

Payment of militia and volunteers o I linois and other States
Pay and subsistence of mounted rangers......
Subsistence of militia to suppress lo lian hostilities........
Regiment of mountert diagoons.............................

Balance due for printing infantry tactics..
Relief of sundry individuals....
Civilization of lodians......................................
Pay of Indian agenis........................
Pay of Indian sub agents...................................
Pay of loterpreters and translators..
Pay of gun and blacksıniths, and assistants..
Presents to Indians......
Provisions for Indians at the distribution of annunties....
Iron, steel, coal, &c., for gun and blacksmiths' shops..
l'ransportation and distribution of annuities..
Houses for agents and blacksmith's shops.....
Provisions for Indians moving west in 1831 .................
Surveying reservations for half-breeri Sac and Fox Indians.
Surveying the northwestern boundary of the Miami and

Pocta wallamie cession
Removing Indian boundary line in Florida ................
Provisions and assistance to Indians emigrating and those

settled on Kansas river........
Corn and other provisions for Seminole Indians.....
Additional expenses at the Red river agency.....
Claims against Osages hy citizens of the United States....
Extinguishment of titles of Creeks to lands in Georgia ...,
Extinguishment of claims of Cherokees to lands in Georgia.
Purchase of the Creek and Cherokee reservations......
Treating with Choctaw- and Chickasaws for lands in Mis-

sissippi
Effecting treaty with the Creeks.....
Effecting treaty with Cherokees.....
Effecting lieaty of Butte des Morts...
Effecting treaty with the Winnebagoes........................
Annuities to various Indians and Indian tribes.....

Education of Indian youths..........
Blacksmiths, gunsmiths, millers, &c.........
Transportation and distribution of annuities, &c......
Claims against the Ottawas....................
Adyances to Ottawas.........

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Arrearages of Indian Department prior to 1829............ $744 54 Cherokee schools.....

42,490 00 Medals for lodian chiefs......

2,000 00 Vaccination of Indians....

775 50 Efterting treaty with the Creek Indians........................ 2,622 45 Effecting treaty with the seveca lodja vs................... 2,153 60 Extinguishing titles of Delawares to reservarious in Obin.. 307 84 Three commissioners to treat with bodians......

16,000 00 Provisions for Quapa ws...........

1,000 00 Relief of friendly Indians on the northwestern frontier..... 883 55 Effecting certain Indian treaties per act January 13, 1831. 970 75 Effecting certain Indian treaties per act 2d March, 1831.. 22,767 40 To effect certain Indian creaties, per acts of 2d March, 1831, aud 4th June, 1332

66,692 14 Stipulations of certain treaties for 1831, per act of 20th April, 1832....

4,565 00 Stipulations of certain treaties with Creeks, Shawa neps, &c, per act of 4th June. 1932...

123.565 00 Effecting certain treaties, per act 131h July, 1832...... 1,072 50 Extinguishment of Indian titles to lands in Missouri and I'.

livois. &c, per act of 14th July, 1832................... 9,908 05 To carry into effect certain Indian treaties and for other purposes, per act 2d March, 1333 ....

735,329 79 Excess of expenditures by commissioners to hold treaty with the Potta watanies............

3,700 00 Services of A. L. Davis, secretary to commissioners........ 171 00 Rem ving and subsisting Indians, per 7th article of treaty 241h January, 1826....

2,438 23 Repayment of improvements 10 Creeks, under the 11th article of treaty of 24th January, 1826.......

9,300 75 Deputation of Chickasaws to the seat ol Government...... 1,650 00 Delegation of New York Indians to visit Green bay...

1,890 00 Removing Shawa nees froin Ohio........................... 1,640 00 Payment of two opgroes to George Fields..

700 00 Expenses of Sac and Fox prisovers as hostages..

2,489 14 Removing and subsisting lodians....

367,602 42 Annuities, per act of 19th February, 1808.....

48 34 Annuities, per act of 3d March, 1819.......

484 15 Annuities, per act of 26th May, 1824

268 13 Annuities, per act of 20th May, 1826, and 2d March, 1827. 1,270 00 Annuitics per act of 26th May, 1826.....

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$ 13,199,146 99 From which deduct the following repayments: For Rigolets and Chef Menteur.................. $14 17 Repairing battery at Bienvenue ................ 89 10 Security of Perpatch island, Fort Delaware.... 727 17 Survey of the harbor of Westbrook, Conn...., 69 06 Survey of the harbor of Sag Harbor, N. Y..... 15 71 Survey of the river Thames, Cooo...

5 24 Examining piers at Sandy bay, Mass.......

3 32 Survey of Tucker's islan:1, N. J....

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Survey of the harbor of Stamford, Conn....... 8 16 60
Road from St. Augustine to Tallahassee....." 34 28
Permanent annuity to Miamies for 1831.....

2 50
Contingencies of Indian department............ 95,474 82
Exchange of lands with Jodians, and their re-
moval

181 20 Aiding Creeks in their removal........

412 52 Annuities per act of 25th February, 1799....... 5,073 00 Annuities per act of 21st April, 1806.......... 666 67 Tobacco, iron, steel, aod laborers, for Miamies, for 1831..

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$102,994 56 Military Establishment.........

$13,096,152 43

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Naval ESTABLISHMENT. Pay and subsistence of the navy.............

$1,348, 368 49 Pay of superintendents, naval constructors, &c..... 51,013 86 Provisions.................................

376,269 63 Medicines and hospital stores................................

33,734 16 Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire.....

27,407 49 Boston, Massachusetts........................

71,573 47 New York....

53,571 18 Philadelphia...........

5,124 29 Washington City

36,248 00 Norfolk, Virginia...

150,877 45 Pensacola, Florida..

28,976 64 Ordnunce and Ordnance stores..........

24,879 04 Gradual jucrease of the navy ........

1,859 24 Gradual improvement of the navy..........

272,552 96 Repairs of vessels......

668,631 12 Building, equipping, and employing three schooners....... 379 89 Tinber to rebuild the Java and Cyane......

4,167 97 Rebuilding the frigate Macedonian.....

62,666 08 Iron tanks...................................

73,886 06 Navy hospital at Norfolk.....

3,944 101 Furniture for navy hospital at Norfolk

1,8.5 75 Navy asylum at Philadelphia....

27,300 00 Furniture for navy asylum at Philadelphia.

4,856 26 Navy hospital at Charlestown, Mass.......

26,000 00 Nary hospital at Brooklyn, New York..

20,000 00 Navy hospital at Pensacola, Florida...

12,800 00 Privateer pension fund...

1,014 36) Agency on the coast of Africa (prohibiting slave trade).. 1.650 00 Purchase of a' bridge at Norfolk...

16.000 001 Survey of Narragansett bay..

1,217 99 Compensating board of officers for revising rules, &c., of naval service.................

4,512 56 Captors of Algerine vess Is.................................. 20 85

Relief of sundry individuals................................. 6,795 97 Contingent expenses for 1831...

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Contingent expenses.......................... ............. $268,644 39 Coolingent expenses not enunerated......

4,467 40 Arrearage of contingent enumerated, prior to 1832..... 3,292 88 Pas and subsistence of the marine corps........................

124.971 92 Subsistence on shore.....

13,645 52 Extra emoluments of officers of the marine corps...........

113 00 Allowances to certain officers of the marine corps........... 18,337 28 Clothing for the marine corps.......

29,519 17 Medicines and hospital stores for the marine corps

2,371 25 Military stores for the marine corps................

253 04 Fuel for the marine corps..................................

10,641 57 Contingent expenses of the marine corps................... 14,321 23 Marine barracks at Philadelphia.........................

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$3,921,573 42 From which deduct the following repayments : Navy hospital fund.......

$18,123 56 Navy pension fund ........

415 35 Covering and preserving ships in ordinary.... 423 00 Timber fled, Portsmouth........................

511 61 Timber shed, New York.......................

6 97 Timber docks at Washington, Norfolk, and Boston..........

1 00 Building teu sloops of war.............

44 66 Contingent expenses prior to 1824......

67 73 Contingent expenses 1826

2 60 Contingent expenses 1829..

191 36 Contingent expenses 1830.......

420 02 Contingent expenses not equmerated for 1831.. 8 81

20,216 67 Naval Establishment.........................

$3,901.3.36 75 PUBLIC DEBT. Interest on the funded debt ..........

$303,796 87 Redemption of the exchanged 45 per cent, slock of 26th May 1824...........

1,001,533 30 Redemption of the 5 per cent. stock of 3d March, 1821.... 23,340 71 Redemption of the 3 per cent stock........................

213.886 56 Principal and interest of Treasury notes.................... 929 13 Paying certain parts of domestic debt......

50 81 Public Debt.............

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RECAPITULATION. Civil......

. 1,562,758 28 Miscellaneous............................................. 3,198,091 77 Foreigo Intercourse.......................................

955,395 88 Military Establishment..................................... 13,096. 152 43 Naval Establishment..................................... 3,901,356 75 Public Debt..........

1,543 543 38 Total expenditures in 1933..

$24,257,298 49

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