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Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Bureau of Yards and Docks,

of the navy, for the year ending June 30, 1864.
Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Bureau of Equipment and

Recruiting, of the navy, for the year ending June 30, 1864..
Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Bureau of Navigation, in

the Davy, for the year ending June 30, 1864.
Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Naval Observatory for the

Fear ending June 30, 1864..
Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Nautical Almanac for the

Frar ending June 30, 1864..
Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Bureau of Ordnance, of the

navy, for the year ending June 30, 1864
Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Bureau of Construction

and Repair, of the navy, for the year ending June 30, 1864..
Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Bureau of Steam Engineer-
ing, of the navy, for the year ending June 30, 1864..
Estimate for appropriations for the support of the Bureau of Provisions and

Clothing, in the navy, for the year ending June 30, 1864...
Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Bureau of Medicine and

Surgery, in the navy, for the year ending June 30, 1864..
Estimates for appropriations for the support of the Marine Corps for the year
ending June 30, 1864.
Estimates for appropriations for postal service for the year ending June 30,

1964. Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting..
Estimates for appropriations for the Capitol extension and new dome.

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Fines and deductions from the pay of contractors for the year ending June

301, 1862. Letter from the Postmaster General reporting.. Fisk, J. L., Captain, of the expedition to escort emigrants from Fort Aber

crombie to Fort Benton, &c. "Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report of... Foreign Affairs. Papers relating to.. Fortifications for the year ending June 30, 1864. Estimates for appropri

stions required for the support of the engineer department for.

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General and staff officers of the army for the year ending June 30, 1864. Es

timates for appropriations for the support of the...
Generals who are not assigned to command. Letter from the Secretary of

War relative to........
Generals not assigned to actual command. Letter from the Secretary of War,

reporting the names, number, &c., of brigadier and major .

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Head of departments in case of death, absence, or sickness. Letter from

the President of the United States in relation to the temporary appoint

ment of...... Hutchinson, John, for damages sustained at the hands of governinent. Let

fer from the Secretary of War relative to the claim of...

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Indian Affairs. Annual report of the Commissioner of.....
Papers and documents accompanying the above report.

NORTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY.
No. 1. Report of C. W. Thompson, superintendent.
No. 2. History of the Indian war in Minnesota, by Lieutenant Governor Don-

nelly.

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No. 3. Letter of the Acting Commissioner to the Commissioner relative to

paying the Sioux annuities in coin No. 4. Letter of the Commissioner to the Secretary of the Interior, protest

ing against the hanging of the three hundred Sioux, under sentence of

death in Minnesota No. 5. Report of A. C. Morrill, special agent for the Chippewas.. No. 6. Correspondence between the Commissioner and others, while in Min

nesota, relative to troubles among the Chippewas... No. 7. Letter from Acting Secretary of State, transmitting copy of one from

the United States consul general at Montreal respecting the Indian trouble upon the northwestern frontier... No. 8. Report of L. E. Webb, agent for the Chippewas of Lake Superior... No. 9. Report of St. A. D. Balcombe, agent for the Winnebagoes

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CENTRAL SUPERINTENDENCY,

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No. 10. Report of H. B. Branch, superintendent.....
No. 11. Report of F. Johnson, agent for the Delawares..
No. 12. Report of 0. H. Irish, agent for the Omahas..
No. 13. Report of Reverend R. I. Burtt, missionary for the Omabas.
No. 14. Report of C. C. Hutchinson, agent for the Sacs and Foxes.
No. 15. Report of J. B. Abbott, agent for the Shawnees
No. 16. Report of C. B. Keith, agent for the Kickapoos
No. 17. Report of G. A. Colton, agent for the Osage River Indians
No. 18. Report of W. W. Ross, agent for the Pottawatomies..
No. 19. Report of B. F. Lushbaugh, agent for the Pawnees
No. 20. Report of John P. Baker, agent for the Ottoes and Missourias
No. 21. Report of John Lorce, agent at the Upper Platte agency..
No. 22. Report of H. W. Farnsworth, of Kansas agency,
No. 23. Report of John A. Burbank, agent at the Great Nemala agency.....

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SOUTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No. 24. Report of Wm. G. Coffin, superintendent.
No. 25. Report of G. A. Cutler, agent for the Creeks..
No. 26. Report of Isaac Coleman, agent for the Choctaws and Chickasaws..
No. 27. Report of G. C. Snow, agent for the Seminoles...
No. 28. Report of P. P. Elder, agent at the Neosho agency,
No. 29. Report of Superintendent Cottin relative to refugee Indians.
No. 30. Report of the Commissioner, in answer to a resolution of the House

of Representatives of May 28, 1862, relative to refugee Indians...
No. 31. Reports of Agents Carruth and Martin relative to the refugee Indians
No. 32. Letter of Superintendent Coffin relative to making new treaties with

the various Indian tribes
No. 327. Letters of Superintendent Coffin relative to correspondence with

refugee Indians ..
No. 33. Instructions to Baptiste Peoria for ascertaining the loyalty or disloy-

alty of the Indians of Western Missouri and Arkansas No. 34. Report of Baptiste Peoria under above instructions

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DAKOTA SUPERINTENDENCY.

No. 35. Report of Wm. Jayne, governor and ex officio superintendent.
No. 36. Report of Henry W. Reed, agent for the Blackteet.
No. 37. Report of John B. Hoffman, agent for the Poncas..
No. 38. Report of Samuel N. Latta, agent at Upper Missouri..

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UTAH SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No. 39. Report of James Duane Doty, superintendent..
No. 40. Report of Luther Mann, jr., agent..
No. 41. Report of F. W. Hatch, agent at Spanish Fork reservation.
No. 42. Leiter of Superintendent Doty relative to danger from Indians...
No. 43. Despatch from Benjamin Holliday to the Postmaster General relative

to danger to the mail in crossing the plains....
No. 44. Letter of Reverend P. J. De Smet relative to the same subject...

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No. 45. Notice to persons contemplating crossing the plains of danger from

the Indians

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NEVADA SUPERINTENDENCY,

No. 46. Report of James W. Nye, governor and ex officio superintendent.... 2
No. 47. Report of same relative to difficulties with the Indians of Owen's river.

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COLORADO SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No. 48. Report of John Evans, governor and ex officio superintendent
No. 49. Report of H. M. Vaile on his expedition from Denver, Colorado, to

Great Salt Lake City, and back.....

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NEW MEXICO SUPERINTENDENCY.

No. 50. Report of James L. Collins, superintendent
No. 51. Report of W. F. M. Arny, agent....
No. 52. Report of José A. Mauzanaries, agent
No. 53. Report of Lorenzo Labadi, agent..
No. 34. Report of correspondence relative to furnishing Indians in New Mex-
ico with provisions...

OREGON SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No. 55. Report of William H. Rector, superintendent..
No. 56. Report of William H. Burnhart, agent at Umatilla agency.
No. 57. Report of B. R. Riddle, agent at Siletz agency.
No. 57. Report of James B. Condon, agent at Grand Ronde agency
No. 59. Report of William Logan, agent at Warm Spring reservation..
No. 60. Report of Linus Brooks, special agent at Alseya sub-agency...

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WASHINGTON SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No. 61. Report of B. F. Kendall, late superintendent..

CALIFORNIA SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No. 62. Report of George N. Hanson, superintending agent for northern dis

trict
No. 63. Report of same relative to loss of Klamath reservation..
No. 61. Report of same of March 31, 1862..
Nu. 65. Report of same relative to his visit to different reservations.
No. 66. Report of same relative to reduciug the number of Indian reserva-

tous.
No. 07. Report of John P. H. Wentworth, superintending agent for the

southern district....

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No. 71. Memorial of S. C. Pomeroy for the removal of Indians from Kansas.
No. 72. Report of the Commissioner to the Secretary of the Interior relative

to the memorial of the honorablo S. C. Pomeroy ..

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No. 73. Letter of the Commissioner to the Secretary of the Interior relative

to raising a brigade of loyal Indians in Kansas No. 74. Statement showing the schools, population, and wealth of the differ

ent Indian tribes which are in direct connexion with the government of the United States.

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INDIAN TRUST FUND.

No. 75. Report of Elisha Goddard on trust fund.
No. 76. Siatement of Indian trust fund No. 1.
No. 77. Statement of Indian trust fund No. 2..
No. 78. Statement of Indian trust fund No. 3..

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A 1.-Letter of P. Chouteau, jr., & Co., to Commissioner, relative to troubles

in the northwest A 2.-Message of chiefs of Uncpapa band of Sioux to their agent, accompa

nying the above. A 3.-Letter of Charles Primeau to P. Chouteau, jr., & Co., also accompany

ing the above.... B.-Letter of Sergeant W. G. Stewart to Governor Ramsey relative to cap

tives in the hands of the Sioux..
C.-Letter of Agent W. A. Burleigh to Commissioner on same subject
D.-Letter of James McFetridge to Hon. H. M. Rice relating to the Sioux.

Indorsed by Mr. Rice...
E 1.-Letter of P. Chouteau, jr., & Co., to Commissioner, on same subject..
E 2.-Letter of Charles Primeau to P. Chouteau, jr., & Co., accompanying

the above..
F.-Report of W. A. Burleigh, agent for the Yancton Sioux.
G 1.-- Report of C. H. Hale, superintendent of Indian affairs in Washington

Territory
G 2.-Report of S. D. Howe, agent..
G 3.-Report of E. C. Chirouse, teacher.
G 4.-Report of H. A. Webster, agent.
G 5.-Report of J. G. Swan, teacher.
G 6.-Report of G. A. Paige, agent.
G 7.-Report of W. L. Hays, farmer.
G 8.-Report of A. A. Bancroft, agent.
G 9.-Report of J. H. Wilbur, teacher..
G 10.-Report of C. Hutchins, agent..
G 11.-Articles of agreement with Nez Percés...
G 12.-Letter of Hon. Gilmer Hays to Superientendent Hale.
Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior relative to the payment of

annuities to the Miami tribe of....
Indians in the State of Michigan. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior,

transmitting reports of amounts due to the Chippewa, Ottawa, and other

tribes of... Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, asking an appropriation

for the support of the Utah and other Indians in Kansas. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, asking an ap

propriation for certain Ottawa.. Indian affairs for the southern superintendency. Letter from the Secretary

of the Interior relative to the accounts of the superintendent of.. Indian reservations in California. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior,

transmitting a bill for the sale of Indian reservations in California, &c. Letter from the Secretary of the Inte

rior relative to the survey and sale of certain... Indian service in the northern district of California. Letter from the Secre

tary of the Interior, submitting additional estimates for the... Indians of Dakota Territory. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, re

commending an appropriation for the loss of goods in transitu for the Yanc

ton Sioux Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting information

relative to the Stockbridge and Munsee. Indian tribes in the northwest. Letter from the President of the United

States respecting the cause of the recent outbreaks of the...

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Indian agents in Nevada and Utah Territories. Letter from the Secretary of

the Interior, recommending an increase in the salaries of certain.... Indian affairs of the southern superintendency. Letter from the Secretary of

the Interior, transmitting the accounts of the superintendent of.. Infantry for the year ending June 30, 1864. Estimates for appropriations

for the support of nineteen regiments of... low d. Annual report of the surveyor general for the district of Wisconsin

and..... Ilsabe. Annual report of the board of visitors and superintendent of con

struction of the government hospital for the.
Interior. Annual report of the Secretary of the...
Interior relative to the payment of the annuities of the Miani tribe of Indians.

Leiter from the Secretary of the.....
Interior, transmitting reports of the amounts due to the Chippewa, Ottawa,

and other tribes of Indians in the State of Michigan. Letter from the Sec

Ttiary of the
Interior, transmitting a statement of the balances on the books of the Second

Comptroller to the credit of the Department of the Interior. Letter from

the Secretary of the.... Interior, transmitting estimates of the department for the year ending June

30, 1-64. Letter from the Secretary of the.. Interjor relative to the mineral resources of Nevada Territory. Letter from

the Actiug Secretary of the.....
Interior, transmitting reports from Agent Seys relative to the care of liberated

Africans. Letter from the Secretary of the..
Interior, asking an appropriation for the support of Utah and other Indians.

Letter from the Secretary of the....
Interior, asking an appropriation for certain Ottawa Indians in Kansas. Let-

ter from the Secretary of the....
Interior, transmitting estimates for the Capitol extension and new dome. Let-

ter from the Secretary of the..
Interior relating to the necessity for appropriations for Dakota Territory.

Letter from the Secretary of the..
Interior relative to establishing a Bureau of Statistics in connexion with the

Department of the Interior. Letter from the Secretary of the
Inierior, recommending certain unexpended balances for Indian service to

be otherwise applied. Letter from the Secretary of the....
Interior, showing the receipts and disbursements, and names of persons em-

ployed in the Patent Office up to January 1, 1863. Letter from the Secre-
tary of the....
Interior relative to the accounts of the superintendent of Indian affairs for

the southern superintendency. Letter from the Secretary of the
Interior, transmitting a prepared bill for the sale of the Indian reservations in

California, Letter from the Secretary of the...
Interior, transmitting additional estimates for the Indian service in the northern

di-trict of California. Letter from the Secretary of the...
Interior relative to the survey and sale of certain Indian reservations in Cali-

Szia, &c. Letter from the Secretary of the..
luitrivr relative to the mission of D. J. Browne to Europe, as agent of the

ar cultural division of the Patent Office. Letter from the Secretary of the. Intror, recommending an increase of appropriations for the survey of the

puble ands in kansas. Letter from the secretary of the..... Interior, recommending an appropriation for loss of goods in transitu for the

Yancton Sioux Indians of Dakota Territory. Letter from the Secretary of

the Interior, transmitting information relative to the condition of the Stockbridge

and Munsee Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the.... Interior, recommending an appropriation to pay Messrs. Jones and Brown for

running and marking boundary lines between certain Indian tribes. Let

ter from the Secretary of the.. Interior respecting the outstanding liabilities of the agricultural division of

the Pateni Office. Letter from the Secretary of the.. Interior, transmitting a list of clerks and other persons employed in the De

partment of the Interior, and the amount received by each. Letter from the Secretary of the

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