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There was paid to mechanics and carpenters, during the same month, at $3 per day

$457 00 There was paid for drawings, &c..

48 00 In the month of October there was paid to laborers, mostly colored men, at $2 each per day..

435 23 To John Cameron, stonemason, for laying stone wall, at $5 30 per perch ...

851 00 To Walter D. Wyvill, hardware merchant, for shovels, nails, &c.. 179 43 To mechanics and laborers, (mechanics, $3 per day ; laborers, $2). 1,077 61 In the month of November, io W. D. Wyvill for nails

48 00 Laborers, at $1 75 per day

339 46 In January, 1865, to Win. McLean, for spruce lumber, at $40 per thousand

194 00 Laborers, in December, at $1 75 per day..

285 91 To Thomas Lewis, for 92 barrels of cement, at $2 50 per barrel... 207 07 For 115 perch of stone, delivered, at $4 per perch....

460 00 NOTE — The first appropriation was expended at this point, but the second having been made, the accounts were carried along and all adjusted together.

The second appropriation was made April 7, 1866, and was $20,505. Lumber of S. Norment, ranging from $30 to $50 per

thousand.... 795 61 Pay-roll for laborers, at $1 75 per day each ...

215 94 Pay-rull for January, 1865, paid in Nay, 1866, laborers .

83 97 Pay-roll for carpenters, April, 1866, at $2 per day

516 40 Pay-roll for March, 1866, white and colored laborers, $1 75 per day each....

97 29 Pay-roll, April, 1866, for soldiers employed as laborers, at $1 75 per day

1, 409 60 Pay-roll, May 1866, for soldiers employed as laborers, at $1 75

1, 448 00 To Charles Stewart, for 50 perches of stone, at $4 per perch

200 00 For 104 loads of sand, at $0 cents per load..

82 20 John Cameron, for laying in cement 422 perches of stone, at $4 50 per perch...

1, 899 00 Paid Walter D. Wyvill, for nails, tools, &c

523 50 Paid George Waters, 252 barrels of cement, at $2 25 per barrel 567 00 Paid Mr: J. Dixon, for 57 perches of stone, at $4 per perch..... 228 00 Paid Mr. John Cameron, for laying 110 perches of stone-masonry, at $5 30 per perch....

742 00 Pay-roll for laborers for the month of May, 1866, at $1 75 per day each

464 94 Paid Wm. McLean, for joist and timber, averaging about $45 per M. 306 36 Pay-roll for mechanics in the month of May, 1866, at $3 per day each .....

908 19 J. M. Stake, for 200 perches of stone, delivered, at $1 per perch , 800 00 Nobic D. L rner, 100 loads of sand, at 80 cents a load.

80 00 S. Norment, for lumber, averaging about $45 per M....

189 70 Joli Cameron, for 200 perches of stone, at $4 50 per perch, (heavy stone for capping)..

900 00 Pay-rill for laborers in the month of June, $1 75 per day each ... 222 74 Paid Samuel Cook for grading

566 10 George Eslin, for 95 perclies of stone, at $t per perch...

380 00 Jolin Caineron, for laying 200 perches of stonemason work, at $4 50 per perch..

900 00 Pay-roll for mechanics for the month of Junc, at $3 per day.

785 57 Pay-roll for laborers and carts for the month of Junc...

430 50

per day

$479 96

2, 100 00

65 00 105 00

123 07 4, 299 00

332 99

Pay-roll for laborers in the month of June, (second pay-roll)
Paid Thomas Lewis, for 70,000 hard brick, laid in arch, at $30 per

thousand ....
Paid Thomas Fahey, for 65 loads of sana
Paid J. A. Boyce, 30 perches of stone, at $3 50 per perch.
Paid William Smoot, for 52 barrels of cement, at $2 25 per

barrel.. Paid Thomas Lewis, for laying 143,300 brick, at $30 per thousand. Pay-roll for laborers and carts, $1 75 each for laborers, and $3 for

horses and carts ... Paid John Cameron, for 3:9 perches of stone-masonry, $4 50 per

perch..... Paid John Cameron, for 250 perches of stone-masonry, at $4 per

perch
Samuel Norment's bill for lumber, June 23, 1866, omitted in its

proper place
Paid John Cameron under his contract.
Advertising ..
Internal revenue

1,525 50

1, 000 00

1, 842 35 1, 000 00

49 44 64 61

39, 525 24

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The work that has been done has been well and faithfully done, and bas already stood two of the heaviest freshets we have had for many years.

The bills have all passed through the Interior Department into the Treasury, where they have undergone the strict scrutiny of the accounting officers, and have been allowed and adjusted. The items can all be seen, at any time, on the files of this office. I am, with high respect, your obedient servant,

B. B. FRENCH,

Commissioner of Public Buildings. Hon. Schuyler Colfax,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

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