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List of contracts by the Engineer department—Continued.

Contractors.

Date.

Objects and terms of contracts.

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R. N. Gero with Brevet Lieut. Col. C. E. Blunt, major of Nov. 26

engineers.
R. N. Gere with Brevet Lieut. Col. C. E. Blunt, major of Nov. 26

engineers.
R. Nelson (ere with Brevet Lieut. Col. C. E. Blunt, | Nov. 26

major of engineers.
Dr. Alex. I1. Hofi' with Brevet Maj. Gen, John Newton, Sept.

lieutenant colonel of engineers.
Routh & Lane with W. Milnor Roberts, superintend- Dec. 5

ing engineer Ohio river improvement.
Routh & Lane with W. Milnor Roberts, superintend- i Dec.

ing engineer Ohio river improvement.
Routh & Lane with W. Milnor Roberts, superintend- Dec.

ing engineer Ohio river improvement.
King, Reinbart & Tripp with W. Milnor Roberts, super- Dec.

intending engineer Ohio river impovement.
Swan & Fenlon with W. Milnor Roberts, superintend- Nov. 1

ing engineer Ohio river improvement.
Manfull & Kerr with W. Milnor Roberts, superintend- Dec. 4

iug Ohio river improvement.
F. K. Ballou with Brevet Brig. Gen. II. W. Benham, | Nov. 17

lieutenant colonel of engineers.
Bodwell, Webster & Co, with Brevet Maj. Gen. I. Dec. 27

W. Benham, lieutenant colonel of engineers.

For labor required in putting in iron and spikes into the pier or cribs at Little Sodus

iy, N. Y., at two cents per pound. Contract expires December , 1867.
For furnishing stone required for filling cribs of United States piers at Little Sodus har-

bor, N. Y., at $1 per cubic yard. Contract expires June 1, 1867.
For filling cribs of United States piers at Little Sodus harbor, N. Y., at 98 cents for

every cubic yard of stone. Contract expires August 1, 1867.
For medical services to officers and hired men of Engineer department at Sandy Hook,

at $100 per month. Contract expires at will of engineer officer in charge or Chief of

Engineers.
For delivering and putting into rip-rap dams at Captina island, Ohio river, 3,000 cubic

yard of stone, at $1 25 per cubic yard, and for loading and transportation of same,

and placing of same, $1 per cubic yard. Contract expires November 1, 1867. For delivering and putting into rip-rap dams at Logtown bar, in the Ohio river, 5,000

yards, (cubic,) more or less, of stone, at $1 25 per cubic yard, and for loading and

transportation and placing. $1 per cubic yard. Contract expires November 1, 1867. For delivering and putting into rip-rap dams at Fish Creek is land, Ohio river, 4,000

cubic yards of stone, at $1 25 per cubic yard, and for loading on boats and trans

portation, $1 per cubic yard. Contract expires November 1, 1867. For furnisbing 3,000 cubic yards, more or lesz, of stone, and putting into rip-rap dams

at Petticoat bar, Ohio river, at $1 75 per cubic yard, and for loading, transportation,

&C., Ej cents per cubic yard. Contract expire3 November 1, 1867.
For furnishing 5,000 cubic yards of stone and putting into rip-rap dams at White's

ripple, Ohio river, at $1 75 per cubic yard, and for loading, transporting, &c., $1 35

per cubic yard. Contract expires November 1, 1867.
For furnishing 4,000 cubic feet of stone put into rip-rap dams at Twin islands, Ohio

river, at $1 13 per cubic yard, and for loading, transporting, &c., $I 47 per cubic

yard. Contract expires November 1, 1867, For delivering upon railroad trucks upon the wharf at Great Brewster island, Boston

barbor, 2,000 10 2,500 tons of quarry shells or paving stone, at $2 49 per ton. Con

tract expires May 5, 1867.
For delivering on railroad trucks on the wharf at Great Brewster island, Boston har.

bor, sca-wall facing stone as described in advertisement, at $i 75 and $3 75 respect.

ively, per superficial foot of face measure. Contract expires July 31, 1867. For Burmishing iron for harbor worky at Erio, Pa., and Connoaut, Ashtabula, Grand

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James Lovedny with Brevet Brig. Cien. T. J. C'ram, 1 Oct.

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colonel of engineers.

river, Cleveland, Vermillion, and Huron, Ohio, at prices ranging from 44 to 77 cents

per pound. Contract expires June 10, 1867. W. W. & E. T. Williams with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Oct. 24 For doing all the dredging required in the channel of St. Clair flats and disposing of the Cram, colonel of engineers.

material excavated, at 70 cents per cubic yard. Contract expires December 1, 1867. W. H. Mott with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Cram, colonel Oct.

2 For doing certain work upon the repairs of the piers at Monroe harbor, Mich., at prices of engineers.

ranging from 16 cents per running foot to $8 per thousand, board measure, according

to description of work. Contract expires November 30, 1867.
J. M. Sterling with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Cram, Oct. 2 For furnishing timber and iron and stone for repair of piers in the harbor of Monroe,
colonel of engineers.

Mich,, at 29 cents per running foot, and $20 per thousand, board measure, for timber;
5% and 74 cents per pound for iron and spike respectively, and $8 50 per cord for

stone. Contract expires June 10, 1867.
Kenneth McKenzie with Brevet Brig. Gen. T.J. Cram, Oct. 1 For work on repairing United States piers at Conneaut, Ohio, at 13 cents per running
colonel of engineers.

foot of timber to $il per M feet, board measure, and at $4 per cord for putting stone

in piers. Contract expires September 1, 1867.
Kenneth McKenzie with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Cram, Oct. 1 | For furnishing timber and lumber for United States piers at Conneaut, Ohio, at 24 cents
colonel of engineers.

per running foot and $2€ per M, respectively; for spikes at eight cents per pound, and

for stone at $10 per cord. Contract expires June 10, 1867.
Kenneth McKenzie with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Cram, Oct. 1 For furnishing white-pine timber and lumber, at 24 cents per running foot and $28 per
colonel of engineers.

M feet, board measure, respectively; and for spikes at eight cents per pound, and stone

at $11 per cord. Contract expires June 10, 1867. Ashtabula harbor piers.
Kenneth McKenzie with Brevet Brig. Gen. T.J. Cram, Oct. 1 For doing the work on the repair of Ashtabula harbor piers, at prices ranging from 13
colonel of engineers.

cents per running foot to $11 per M feet, board measure, and at $4 per cord for putting

in stone. Contract expires September ), 1867.
William Nicoll with Brevet Brig. Gen. T.J. Cram, col. Oct. 10 For doing the work on the repair of the United States piers at Vermillion harbor, Ohio,
onel of engineers.

at prices ranging from 14 cents per running foot of timber to $8 per M feet, board mea-
sure, and for putting in stone, $2 50 per cord. Contract expires before the close of

lake navigation in 1867.
F. D. Ketchum with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Cram, col. Oct. 20 For furnishing 274 cords of rubble-stone for repair of United States piers at Vermillion
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harbor, Ohio, at $10 per cord. Contract ceases June 10, 1867.
Thomas Dunbar & Co. with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Oct. 12 For dredging the channel of the outer harbor of Toledo, in Maumee bay, and depositing
Cram, colonel of engineers.

the material, at 40 cents per cubic yard. Contract expires July 1, 1867.
Thomas Dunbar & Co. with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Oct. 12 For dredging the outer bar of Sandusky harbor, Ohio, and depositing the material, at
Cram, colonel of engineers.

75 cents per cubic yard. Contract expires August 1, 1867.
John Brown & Co. with Brevet Brig. Gen. T.J. Cram, Oct.

5 For dredging in the middle channel of Lake George, St. Mary's river, Michigan, at folcolonel of engineers.

lowing rates: 48 cents per cubic yard soft material, 90 cents per cubic yard hard pan, $2 per cubic yard loose rock and boulders. Contract expires November 30, 1867,

soft material; if hard pan or rock during the following season of 1868, in the judg.

ment of the engineer. John Brown & Co. with Brevet Brig. Gen. T.J. Cram, Oct. 5 For dredging a channel through the outer bar of the Saginaw river, Michigan, at 75 cents colonel of engineers.

per cubic yard of material dredged. Contract expires November 30, if soft material ; if hard, in the judgment of the engineer in charge.

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List of contracts by the Engineer department—Continued.

Contractors.

Date.

Objects and terms of contracts.

F. D. Ketchum with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Cram, col- Oct. 3 For delivering, at Huron harbor, Ohio, timber, lumber, iron, and stone, at 30 cents per onel of engineers.

running foot for white-pine timber, $22 per M, board measure, for lumber, 8 cents per

pound for spikes, and $o per cord for stone. Contract expires June 10, 1867.
W. H. Mott with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Cram, colonel Oct. 3 For work on the piers in Huron harbor, Ohio, at prices ranging from 15 cents per run-
of engineers.

ning foot to $8 per M, board measure, for timber and lumber, and at $2 50 per cord for

putting in stone. Contract expires November 30, 1867.
J. E. & D. E. Bailey with Brevet Brig. Gen. T.J. Cram, Oct. 10 For work on extension of piers of Cleveland harbor, Obio, at the following rates: For
colonel of engineers.

driving piles, per pile, $5; to shoulder and face same, each, 16 cents; framing and
putting in extensions, &c., per foot, 12 cents; for furnishing stone, per cord, $12 50;
for putting in same, per cord, $2; fór framing and fitting, per M, board measure, $3.

Contract expires September 1, 1868.
P. Smith with Brevet Brig. Gen. T. J. Cram, colonel Oct. 10 For furnishing 1,978 round white-oak piles for extension of the piers in Cleveland harbor,
of engineers.

Ohio, at $3 92 per pile. Contract expires June 10, 1867.

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