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SECOND AUDITOR'S OFFICE. William B. Lewis, Auditor, $3,000 per annum. The Second Auditor receives and settles. -1. All accounts relative to the pay of the army, subsistence and forage of officers, and pay, subsistence and clothing of their servants. 2 All accounts appertaining to the Cloathing and Purchasing Department. 3. All accounts for the contingent disbursements of the aros, for which no specific appropriations are made by Congress. 4. All accounts relating to the purchase of medicines, drugs, surgical instruments, hospital stores, &c. also the claims of private physicians, for medical services rendered sick officers and soldiers, who cannot be attended by the surgeons of the army. 5. All accounts relatiog to the recruiting service. 6. All accounts of the Ordnance Department; those of the various arsenals; and accounts appertaining to arinaineut oi new fortifications, and to arming and equipping the militia, &c. 7. Accounts for disbursements at the national armories, 8. All accounts appertaining to disbursements in the Indian Department, such as pay of agents, presents, annuities, holding treaties, running boundary lines, contingent expenses, &c., and the property accounts of the army, arising out of the foregoing expenditures.

CLERKS IN THE SECOND AUDITOR'S OFFICE. JAMES EAKIN, chief clerk

1700 00 John Wells, jun. book-keeper

1400 00 John Peters, examines and states accounts of the Indian Department....................

1400 00 Samuel Levis, jun records letters, and the requisitions ou the Treasury.....

1150 00 Richard M Boyer, examines and states army paymasters accounts........

..... 1150 00 Robert Ellis, examines and states the accounts of the commis.

sary of purchases; of the paymasters at the national armories; and such of the accounts of the quarter master's as are

adjusted by the Second Auditor ...................... 1150 00 William Mechlin, examines and states individual claims, and accounts of the pay and Indian departmnt.

.........: 1150 00 Leonard Mackall, adjusts the store and property accounts of

the army, growing out of the settlements made by the Second Auditor............

1150 00 Peter Brady, adjusts the store and property accounts, and keeps the appropriation books. ....

.............. 1150 00 Richard T. Queen, examines and states army paymasters accounts....

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1000 00 OS Hall.

1000 00 Examines and states accounts of the Josiah F Polk.,

1000 00 Edward B. Grayson Indian Department.

1000 00 William Ford, records reports on accounts, sent to Second Comptroller for revision, and assists in adjusting property

800 00 William Lloyd, messenger.......................................

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THIRD AUDITOR'S OFFICE. Peter hagner, Auditor, $3,000 per annom. The duties of the office of the Third Auditor extend to the auditing of all accouuts for the Quartermaster Department, both as lo money aud property, and the same as to the accounts for subsistence of the army, also of accounts for fostifications ; for the Military Academy, for roads, surveys, and other internal improvements; for revolutionary, invalid, and half pay pensjons; pensions to widows and orphans ; of outstanding claims, arising before and during the late war; and of all unseliled accounts of the War Department, from the commencement of the government to the first of July, 1815. There are employed in this office

Ove chief clerk, assisting the Auditor in the general superintendence Two clerks as book-keepers of the principal books, Three clerks as examiners of accounts in the Quartermaster Department, fortifications, military academy, and internal improveinents. Two clerks as examiners of subsistence accounts." Three clerks as examiners of pension accounts. Two clerks as examiners of soldier's claims, and pensions to widows and orphans One clerk as examiner of paymasters accounts, and other unsettled accounts of the late war. One clerk rogageo in recording reports and requisitions. One clerk engaged in recording letters and copying documents. Three temporary examining clerks.

CLERKS IN THE THIRD AUDITOR'S OFFICE. J. THOMPSON, chief clerk., 1700 00 James Davidson ....... .1150 00 Charles Vinson....

............1400 00 Samuel S. Rind............1150 00 John Abbull... ............1400 00 Gideon Pearce. ............

..1150 00 Richard Burges..

............. 1400 00 Benjamin M. Miller ........1000.00 Robert Reed.......

...............1400 00J B. Kirkpatrick..........1000 00 Henry Whelcroft...........1400 00 John Harry................. 1000 00 Bennet Clements. ..........1150 00 Leven Jones.................1000 00 Henry C. Matthews.... ....1150 00 Anthony Hyde..

800 00 Thomas Gunton............1150 00 Silas H. Hill.....,

800.00 Samuel B. Goddard........1150 00 Thomas Dove, messenger.... 700 00 Henry Randall...... ....1150 00 Richard Dove, as'ı meseng'r 350 00

FOURTH AUDITOR'S OEFICE. Amos Kendall, Auditor, $3,000 per annum. The Fourth Auditor receives all accounts accruing in the Navy Department or relative to it. He examines the accounts, certifies the balances, and transmits the accounts, with the vouchers and certificates, to the Second Coinptroller, for his decision upon them.

CLERKS IN THE FOURTH AUDITOR'S OFFICE. Thomas H. GILLISS, chief clerk, has the general superiotendence of the

business of the office, and conducts the correspondence......$1700 00 Joseph Mechlin, book keeper..........

.......... 1400 00 William Hunter, examines and states the navy and privateer pension accouuts....

1400 00 Robert Geily..

1150 00 Examine and state accounts of Robert Johnson....

1150 00

Pursers, &c. &c. Henry Forrest......

1000 00

George Gullis, examines and states accounts of paymaster and quartermaster of marine corps.... ....

.......... 1150 00 Richard Bennett, states current accounts of the office, and keeps

a record of the reports of accounts, and certificates on navy ageóts........

1150 00 Robert McGill.. ¿ Joseph Perry.... Examine and state accounts of navy agents S 1150 00

and contractors in the United States. 1000 00 George M. Head, registers the requisitions drawn by the Secretary of the Navy.....

1000 00 H. C. Williams, examines and states purser's accounts of re.

ceipts and expenditures of provisions; keeps a record of the deliveries of slop-clothing and other stores to pursers from the

navy stores, and states the accounts of live oak agents...... 1000 00 Alexander U. Kyle, keeps the record of the current correspondence of the office, &e......

1000 00 Samuel Kendall, jroz on miscellaneous business................ 1000 00 Samuel Grubb, messenger .........

700 00

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FIFTH AUDITOR'S OFFICE. Stephen Pleasenton, Auditor, $3,000 per annum. The Fifth Auditor receives all accounts accruing in, or relative to, the Department of State, the General Post Office, and those arising out of Indian trade; examines them, certifies the balances, and transmits the accounts, with the vouchers and certificates, to the First Comptroller for his decision upon thein. To the Fifth Auditor has also been assigned the duties heretofore performed by the Commissioner of the Revenue, in superintending the building and repairing light houses and light vessels, beacons, buoys, and piers ; supplying the light houses with oil, and the adjustment of the expenditures of the light house establishment.

CLERKS IN THE FIFTH AUDITOR'S OFFICE. Thomas MUSTIN, chief clerk, has charge of the diplomatic, consular,

and other accounts, appertaining and relating to the Department of State ..............

•$1700 00) John H. Houston, engaged in the settlement of diplomatic and other accounts.............

........................ 1400 00 James D. King, settles diplomatic and other accounts......... 1150 00 Arthur i'ampbell, settles diplomatic and other accounts......... 1000 00 Joseph Thaw, engaged on light house business, corresponding

with keepers and superintendents, receiving and examining their accounts, &c....

1400 00 Ebeneser J. Hume, copying and recording the correspondence in

relation to light houses, contracts for building light houses,

floating lights, and for supplying the same with oil.... ... ... 1150 00 David Easton......

1150 00 Willian Dewees..... Engaged in the settlement of Post 1150 00 Henry W. Ball

Office accounts.

1150 00 Jimes Gooch.....

1000 00 Edward Holland, messenger ........

700 00

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SOLICITOR'S OFFICE. Virgil Maxcy, Solicitor of the Treasury, $3,500 per annum.

The office of the Solicitor of the Treasury was created by the act of 29th May, 1830. He superintends all the civil suits, crimmenced in the name of the United States, in all the courts, until they are carried up to the Supreme Court of the United States, when they conie under the superintendence of the Artorney General. He instructs the district attorneys, marshals and clerks in all matters and proceedings appertaining to those suits, and receives from them, after each term of court, reports of their situation and progress. He receives from collectors reports of custom house bonds put in suit, and of information, &c, directed by them. He establishes, with the approbation of the Secretary of the Treasury, such rules and regulations, not inconsistent with law, for the observance of collectors, district attorneys, and morohals, as may be deemed necessary for the just responsibility of those officers, and the prompt collection of all revenues and debts due, and accruing to, the United States.

This officer also has charge of all lands and other property, which have been or shall be assigned, set off, or conveyed to the United States in payment of debts, and all trusts created for the use of the United States in payment of debts due them; and has power to sell and dispose of lands assigned or set off to the United States in payment of debts, or being vested in them by mortgage or other security for the payment of debts.

CLERKS IN THE SOLICITOR'S OFFICE. Nicholas Harpur, employed in making ducket entries from the returns of

the United States' attorneys, marshals, and clerks of courts, of suits on Treasury transcripts--transmitting Treasury transcripts of accounts for suit-in receiving, endorsing and bling communications to the of

fice, and in minor correspondence, &c. &c......... $1150 00 Benjamin F. Pleasants, employed in making docket entries

from the returns of the United States' attorneys, marshals, clerks, and collectors, of suits brought on custom house bonds, and for fines, penalties, and forseitures, for violations of the revenue lawsin receiving, endorsing, and filing communications to the office, in relation 10 that class of business, &c. &c......

........ 1150 00 Basil Waring, employed in attending to the business relating

to internal duties and direct taxes; the business relating to lands, &c., set off to the United States in payment of debts; keeping records of deeds and conveyances made for the same by the Solicitor ; recording letters relating to those two branches of business; endorsing and filing letters received relating to the same, and in minor correspondence in relation to these branches, &c. &c,,......

1150 00 Pacificus Ord, messenger.

500 00

TREASURER'S OFFICE. John Campbell, Treasurer, $3,000 per annum. The Treasurer receives and keeps the moneys of the United States, and disburses the same upon warrants drawn by the Secretary of the Treasury, countersigued by the proper Comptroller and Auditor, and recorded by the Register.

CLERKS IN THE TREASURER'S OFFICE. PETER G. WASHINGTON, chief clerk.

1700 00 Henry Jackson, attends to the payment of warrants at Wash ington.

1400 00 George W. Dashiell, attends to remittances........

1100 00 Samuel Forrest, attends to the Treasurer's quarterly accounts.. 1000 00 Andrew Smith, issues receipts for moorys paid into the Trea

sury on account of patents, drafts for transfers of money, records public letters, &C........

800 00 James Moore, messenger......

700 00

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REGISTER'S OFFICK. Thomas L. Smith, Register, $3,000 per annum. The Register of the Treasury keeps all accounts of the receipts and expenditures of the public money, and of all debts due to, or from, the United States; he keeps the district tonnage accounts of the United States; he receives from the Comptroller the accounts which have been finally adjusted, and with their vouchers and certificates, preserves thein; he records all warrants for the receipt or payment of inoneys at the Treasury, certifies the same thereon, and transmits to the Secretary of the Treasury copies of the certificates of balances of accounts adjusted. By an act of the 10th February, 1820, it is also made the duty of the Register of the Treasury, to prepare statistical accounts of the commerce and navigation of the United States, to be laid before Con. gress anoually.

CLERKS IN THE REGISTER'S OFFICE. MICHAEL NOURSE, chief clerk ; his special duty is to keep the books

containiog the general accounts of the debt of the United States, and the accounts of individuals, creditors in the books of the Treasury; be

prepares all reports and statements that inay be required in relation to the public debt, including the annual statements and report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund; he also keeps the leger appertaining to the revenue, arising from the sale of the public lands, &c., conlaining the accounts of the several receivers, the entries in which are made ou the quarterly settlements at the Treasury; and makes a short entry of all accounts admitted and certified by the First Comptroller; pays the contingent accounts of the Register's office. His other duties are of a more general character, appertaining to the calls from the

Departinents and Congress, and to correspondence............$1700 00 James McClery, superintends the branches of commerce and

wavigation, of revenue and drawback, and discharges various

other duties in relation to these bran:nes..................... 1400 00 John D. Barclay, keeps the principal books of receipts and

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