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228, 337

332, 333

Act concerning the Gold Coins of the (General statement of the value of all

United States

260 domestic produce exported to each for

Finances

reign country, during the years ending

Sinking Fund

63 September 30, 1832, and 1833; distin-

Report of the Secretary of the 'Trea- guishing the amount exported in Amer-
sury on the state of the Finances 219 ican or Foreign vessels

314

Receipts and Expenditures, 1833, 1834 219 Summary statement of the value of do-

Public Debt

220, 221

mestic produce, exported during the

Estimates tor 1835

222 year ending September 30, 1833 315-317

Statement of Estimates, Appropria- Classification of Domestic Exports for the

tions and Expenditures

y ar ending September 30, 1833

317

Effect of the tariff on the revenue 232 Statement of American and Foreign ton-

Public Deposites

234 for the year ending Dec. 31, 1833 255

Duties on Merchandise, imported, 1833 239 Quantity of American and Foreign ron-

Explanatory statemenús in relation to nage entertd and departed during ihe

specific duties

240-244 jear ending September 30, 1833 317

Sales of Public Lands 1833, 1834 245 Tonnage ot cach District on the 31st of

Receipts into the Treasury in 1833, December, 1832

328

from sources other than Customs and American and Foreign tonnage entered

Public Lands

244

into and de part d from each district,

Expenditures in 1833

during the year ending Septeinber 30,

Civil

246 18 3

328, 329

Miscellaneous

246 Statement exhibiting the number of ves-

Foreign Intercourse

247 seis and amount of tonnage entertd

Military Establishment

248-253 into and departed from the United

Naval Establishment

253 States, from and to each for ign coul-

Public Debt

254 try, during the year ending Septem-

Statement of the Nett Revenue in 1833 255

ber 30, 1834

Statement of the Public Debt for 1834 255 Value of ali manufactures of Wool, Cut-

Statement of the Public Debt, Jan. 1835 255 ton, Fax, Silk, Hemp, Iron and Sti el,

Statement showing the actual amount of and leather, imported in the year end-

the Public Debt of the United States, ing September 30, 1833

318

on the 1st of January in each year, Value of Iron in Pigs, Bar Iron, Steel,

from 1791 to 1835; and the payınents Henip, Wool, Paper and Books, im-

made annually therein

339

ported in the year ending Septenaber

Stocks owned by the Cnited States 337 30, 1833

319

Commerce and Navigation-

Value of Rags, Furs, Hides, Dye Wood,
Treaty of, with Chile

65-73 Indigo, Copper, Tin, and Ciude Sait

Additional explanatory Convention to Petre, imported in the year ending

Treaty with Chile

73 September 30, 1833

320

Statistical view of the Commerce and Vaiue of Molasses, Coffee, Sugar, Salt,

Navigation of the United States, for Wines, Spirits, Fruits, and spices,

the year ending September 30, 1833 302 imported in the year ending Septem-

Commerce of each Siate in 1833

326 ber 30, 1833

321

Navigation of each State, 1832, 1833 327 Value of Fish, Fish Oil, Whale bone,

Statement exhibiting the total value of Spermaceti and Tallow Candles and

Merchandise imported from each For- Soap, Betf, Tailow, c. Butier, and

eign ('ountry, during the year ending Cheese, exported during the year end-

September 30, 1833

303

ing September 30, 1833

322

Statement exhibiting the total value of Value of Staves, other Lumber, Masts,

Foreign Merchandise exported to each Oak Bark, Manufactures of Wood,
country, during the year ending Step- Naval Stores, Pot and Pearl Ashes, and

tember 30, 1833

304 Skins and Furs, exported during the

Value of all árticles free of duty import- year ending Septenber 30, 1833 323

ed and exported, during the year end- Value of Hats, Leather, &c. Snuff and

ing Septeinber 30, 1833

305 Manufaci'd Tobacco, Medicinal Drugs

Value of all articles subject to duties, ad Copper and Brass, Co.bs and Buttons,

valorem, imported and exported, dur- Iron), and Manufactures of Cotton, ex-

ing the year ending Sept 30, 1833 306 ported during the year ending Sep-
Quantity and va'ur ofali articles paying tember 30, 833

324

specific rates of duty, imported and ex. Va ue of Pórk, Hams, &c. Flour, Corn,

ported during the year ending Septem- Indian Meai, Biscuit, Rice, Cotton,

ber 30, 1833

308-311 and Tobacco, exported during the year

statement exhibiting the quantity and encing September 30, 1833

325

value of certain foreign articles import- Act to suspend the operation of certain

ed, which were free of duty, after 3d provisots of the act to alter and amend

March, 1833

312 the st veral acts imposing duties on

Statement exhibiting the quantity and imports

334

value of certain foreign articles ex- Act concerning the duty on Lead 3341

ported, which were free of duty on Act concerning tonnage duty on Spanish

importation, after 3d March, 1833 313

vesseis

334

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| Adjutant General's Office....... 97
Act regulating transfers of copy Ad valorem duties...... ...239
rights.....

188
58 Igents, Indian......
Acts, in relation to Patents, ab- Act regulating....

.........179
stract of...................58, 63 Agents, Navy..

..370
Act to extend the time allowed to Agents, Pension ., ..

189
Cominissioners of Claius on Agedis, Post Office...... 116

France............. ........ 63 Alabama-
Art to revive and amend act for Sepators, 23d Congress.... .. 40

relief of insolvent debtors..... 93 Representatives, i 3. Congress. 47
Act to regulate trade and inter- Courts in ........

122
course with luujan tribes, and Custon House Officers io.....,298

10 preserve peace on frontiers 172 Annuities, Jodian...............183
Act to provide for the organiza- Apportionment of Arirs.........167
tion of ludiao Department....179 Appraisers..........

278
Act increasing and regulating Appropriations..... ......2:7

pay of Army Surgeons........197 Transters of...... ........213
Act providing for paynent of Appropriations and expenditures 337
clajins for property lost, cap. Argentine Republic............

181
tured, &c. in late Indian war.198 Arkansas
Art for the better government of Delegate, 23d Congress....... 48
the marine corps..............210 Judiciary of.....

...126
Aet making allowances and grant- Armories...... ....

.98, 248
ing á rrea ages to marine corps 311 Arms, apportionment of, 1833... 167
Aci conreining naval pensions Arms inade in 1834..

..166
and the navy pensjon tund....211 Aimy..........................29. 141
Act further to extend provisions Ariny bure aus.. ...........96-108

of privateer pension fund..... 212 Arniy, condition of......... 141-148
Art li provide fur rebuilding the Army, report on the........141-148

inigaie Congress..............212 employment of diagoous. 141
Act authorizing the purchase of

advantages of subsistence
live oak trames...............213

Department............143
Art authorizing Secretary of the

brevet commi-sions......144
Navy to make experiments for

pension frauds...........144
the safety of steam engine....213 recruiting................150
Act to authorize the President to

distribution of the troops. 151
direct transfers of appropria- Army Regi-ter-

tions in the naval service..., 213 General Staff Officers.........346
Ari regulating value of foreign Medical Department..........347
gold coins.......

........259 Purchasing Department... ..346
Art regulating value of foreign Pay Department..............346

..........259 Quartermaster's Department..346
set concerning gold coins of the Ordnance Department........348

..........260 Corps of Engineers...........348
*ct suspending certain parts of Topographical Engineers.....348
acı of 14 July, 1832..........334 Diagoons.......

349
sct concerning duty on learl....334 1st Regiment of Artillery.... 349
ct concerning tonnage duty on zd Regiment of Artillery ....350

....334

3. Regiment of Artillery....350

silver cojus......

United States

Spanish vessels...

.....201

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Army Register-

Brass manufactures imported,
4th Regiment of Artillery .. ..351 1833.

318
1st Lufantry.

.....351 Brazil........ ...17, 129, 140
2d Infantry

.351 Breakwater.......

.......143, 153
3d Infantry.
352 Bremen

139
4th Infantry..
.352 Brevet commissions..

144
5th lofantry.

.353 Brigadier Generals...... 346
6th Infantry..
...................353 Boatswains....

.368
7th Infantry...................353 Boston Dry Dock.........
Lineal rank..............354-356 Buenos Ayres...................

..129
Commanders of posts.........

...151 Bullion.- Se Gold and Silver.
Posts and arsenals............151 Bureaus, War Departineat...... 95
Deaths and resignations......345 Army ...............96-108
Dismissions...................

345
Military Departments........346

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Recruiting: 1834.............. 150 Cadets....................... 343-345
Army Surgeons, pay increased., 197 Camanches ............. ...141
Arsenals......

........151 Candles and soap exporter, 833.322
Artillery..
349-351 Captains, Army...

355-356
Assayer....

256
Navy

.361
Assays of foreign coins... .257

Marine corps...

..371
Ass't Postmasters General......112 Central America ........
Assistant Surgeons, Army. .......347 Chaplains....

.....................364
Navy.......363 Cherokees

..147
Attorney General ..........111 Chief Justices, since 1789.......

340
Attorneys General since 1789...341 Chile........

......129, 140
Attorneys.-See Judiciary

Treaty with................

....65-74
Auditor, First, office of.......... 84 China......

.129
Second, office of ...... 85 Chociaw Academy.. .........172
Third, office of........ 86 Circuit Courts.............

.123, 125
Fourth, office of....... 86 Civil Engineers

. 165
Fifth, office of......... 87 Civil List, expenses of.......
Austria ..
.......128, 139 Claims on France

631
Relations with....
15 Claims on Naples ..

641
Clains on Spain...

75
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Claims to land in Missouri...... 64
Baden.....

140 Claims for losses in Indian war..198
Bank dividends....

.223 Clerks in State Department...... 57
Bank of United States.. 25–28, 223

Patent Olhce........
Banks, State..................... 28

Treasury Department. 78
Barbary Powers, Consuls to....129

1st Comptroller's Office 80
Relations with................ 16

2d Comptroller's Office 83
Bar Iron imported 1833..........319

First Auriitor's Office.. 84
Barracks............
......152, 249

Second duditor's Office 85
Belgium ..........16, 128, 139, 342

Third Auditor's Office. 86
Bills on France.........

....224

Fourth Auditor's Office 86
Board of Navy Commissioners .111

Fifth Auditor's Office.. 87
Books imported, 1833...........319

Solicitor's Office
Boots and shoes exported, 1833..324

Treasurer's Office...... 39
Boundary, Mexican...

17

Register's Office ....... 89
Bounty Land Office...... 951

Land Office....... 32

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Clerks in War Department...... 95/Comptroller, Office of First...... 80

Requisition Bureau .... 95 Comptroller, Office of Second ... 82
Bounty Land Office... 95 Congress
Office of Indian Affairs 95 Election, duties, and privi-
Pension Office......... 96 leges of Members of........ 38)
Adj't G veral's Office.. 97 Senators.....

40
Engineer Department. 97 Officers of the Sevate........ 48
Topographical Bureau 98 Alphabetical list of Senators., 54
Ordnance Department. 98 Representatives............41-48
Quartermaster's Dep't. 99 Officers of the House.......
Purchasing Departm't.105 Librarian.....
Pay Department......106 Committees of the Senate.... 49
Subsistence Departm't. 107 Committees of the House..50-53
Medical Department.. 108 Alphabetical list of Repre's.. 54
Navy Department...,109 Congress Frigate..., ....212
Navy Coinm's Office.. 111 Convecticut-
Attorney Gen's Office.. 111 Senators, 23d Congress....... 40
Gen’al Post Office 112-116 Representatives 23 Congress.. 41
Senate ....

48 Courts in......

............ 122
House of Rep's........ 48 Custom House Officers in.... 290
Clerks of Courts.-See Judiciary.

Consuls of the U. States...127-129
Clothing Department............105 Powers and duties of....129-137
Coast, survey of.............

...205, 237
Fees of.......................

. 135
Coin, exported and imported....338 Foreigo in United States. 138-140
Foreign............

.........257 Consular systea.............. 129-137
Value of, regulated.........259 (opper imported, 1833..........320
Coinage, gold...........29, 235, 256 'opy rights, transfers of....... 58
Coins made in 1834...........,257 orn exported, 1833............325
Collectors of the Customs..273 275 Corps of Engineers.... ..348
Fees of..........
.299 Cotton exported, 1833...

..325
Colombia...

....................... 17 Cotion manufactures imported
Colonels......
...................354 in 1833

..313
Commanding Officers of posts....151 Exported, 1833....

.324
Commerce and navigation ......302 Couris-Supreme................. 120
Trealy of, with Chile... .65-74 Circuit.....

..123, 125
Commercial Agents........127 137 District..................121, 124
Conimissaries. ....................346 Courts, Territorial..............126
Coinmissioner of Land Office.... 92 District of Columbia .......126
Commissioners of the Navy....111 Creeks...........
Comm'r of Public Buildings.... 48 Cuinberland Roar..............160
Commissioners of Insolvency.... 93 Custom House Officers......287-298
Commis'rs for Claims on France. 63 Fees of.......

...299-301
Commissioners of Sjuking Fund. 63 Customs-
komm’rs for Claims on Naples 64 Revenue from.......

....239-244
Commissioners for Land Claims. 64 Collectors of the...............273
Commissioner of indian Affairs,. 95 Surveyors.....................

..275
Commissioners for treating with Appraiser s........

278
Iodians.......

......146
Naval Officers..

277
Commissioner of Pensions...... 96 Assistant Appraisers..

..278
Commerce of U States, 1833..302 Laws relating to.............334
Cominerce of each State, 1833..326 Cutters, Revenue ..........

....278-281

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Election of President and Vice
Dead Letter Office.....

. 116
President.....

.33
Deaths-Army, 1834...
....345 Egypt...........

129
Navy. ........360 Engineer Department.. ..97
Debt, U. S.-See Public Debt. Additional Engineers.... 142
Debtors, insolvent......

.93 Officers, &c. employed by....160
Defence of Frontiers............172 Operations of, in 1834....155-160
Delegates in Congress............48 Fiscal concerns of............161
Delaware

Works projected by...........163
Sevators, 23d Congress........40 Engineers, Corps of.............343
Representatives, 23d Congress.43 Civil..........

..165
Courts in.....

122 Topographical................142
Custon: House Officers in.. ..295 England......

127, 138
Delaware Breakwater...... 143, 153 Equador......

......17
Deomark..
..................

128, 139 Estimates for 1835..............222
Relations with....

.................15 Expenditures in 1833...... 246-254
Department of State.. ...........57 Expenditures in 1834.. ......219

of the Treasury ...77 Expenditures, 1833–
of War

..95 Fortifications....... 161, 249
of the Navy... 109 Internal Improvements..161, 250
of the Army...
........151

Light Houses.................162
of Indian Affjars... 179 Foreign Intercourse ...........

..247
Director of the Miot............

..256 Military Establishment..248–252
Dismantled Posts, Keepers of....154 Naval Establishment.........253
Dismissions-Ainiy,

1834.......345 Light Houre Establishment... 246

Navy..............360 Pension List........... ..248
Distribution of the Troops......151 Expenses of Indian Department,
District Courts............. 121-124 1833.

...251
District of Columbia-

Exports, 1933.........

.......302, 304
Courts in............

Of each State in 1833........326
Custom House Officers in... ..296 Exports of Gold and Silver ......338
Districts of Representatives..41-48 Exports and Imports, 1833..305-311
Districts for sale of public lands 261 Exports, domestic produce,
Dividends Bank U. S............223 1833....

..314-317
Domestic Produce exported, Exports, value of principal arij.
1833.....
......314-317 cles of, 1833...

.322-325
Dragoons............ 141, 149, 349
Dry Docks...... ..201, 209

F
Dry Dock recominended.....32, 201 Fees of Consuls.................136
Duties on Imporis, 1833....239-244 Fees of Officers of Customs,299-301
Duties, expenses of collection, Finances....................24, 219
&c. 1833.............

......330, 331 Report on...............219-238
Duties, Laws relating to...... .334 Fish and oil expo ted, 1833.....322
Duties, gross amount, 1832..... 330 Flag of Revenue Cutters........279
Duty on Lead.. ...... .334 Flax, manufactures of, imported,
Duty on Spanish vessels. .......
.334

....318
Dye Wood imported, 1833......320 Floating lights........

Florida
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Delegate, 230 Congress........48
Eastern Department of the army.151 Judiciary of..................126
Education Fund for Indians.....171 Custom House Officers in....,298)

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1833..........

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