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April 4, Detroit Daily Tribune, publishing revised con

stitution,
Detroit Daily Tribune, papers furnished mem-

bers of convention,
Peninsular Freeman, publishing revised con.,
Jonesville Telegraph, do

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Hillsdale Gazette,

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St. Clair Observer, publishing revised constit'n,
Hillsdale Standard, do

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Niles Express,

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do American Citizen,

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do St. Joseph Co. Advertiser, do

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St. Joseph Co. Advocate, do do
Le Citoyen, Detroit, do

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Niles Intelligencer, do
Oakland Gazette,

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do Lapeer Co. Democrat, do

do Flint Republican,

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do Genesee Whig,

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do Harmon, Brodhead & Co., do

do Christian Herald,

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Michigan Expositor, do

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Lake Superior Journal, do
Western Chronicle, do

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Detroit Advertiser, Duncklee, Wales & Co.,

publishing revised constitution,
Harmon, Brodhead & Co., for papers furnish-

od members of convention,
Detroit Daily Advertiser, for daily papers fur-

nishod mombers of contention,
Pontiac Jacksoninn, for publishing rerleed Co.
Grand Rapids Enquires, do

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Cold Water Sontinel do
Eaton Co. Democrat do

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Shiawassee Demooon do

do Macomb Gazette

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do Michigan Telegraph

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April 4. Macomb Herald, for publishing revised constit'n, $25 00 Niles Republican,

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25 00 Kalamazoo Gazette, do

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25 00 Allegan Record,

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25 00 Monroe Commercial, do

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25 00 Washtenaw Whig do

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25 00 N. Western Dollar Weekly, do

25 00 Livingston Courier, do

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25 00 Michigan Argus,

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25 00 Ypsilanti Chronicle, (June 23d, 1851,) do 25 00 Estate of Austin M. Goald, for services in re. moving Supreme Court papers and records in 1847, from Ann Arbor to Jackson, (Act No. 16, of 1851,)

23 00 L Fasquelle, for translating Governor's Message, 1851, into French,

40 00 Jackson Patriot, for publishing revised constitu

tion, and furnishing papers to members of
Convention,

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New York Spirit of the Times, for papers fur-
nished,

2 50 Hartford Times, for papers furnished,

1 00 New York Mercury,

2 00 New Hampshire Statesman, papers furnished, 1 00 A. S. Bagg, enrolling paper,

10 00 Adrian Watchtower, for publishing revised constitution,

25 00 June 23. Simeon Dearin, for setting out and staking trees around and in the Capitol yard,

30 25 Allegan Record, for publishing act No. 25, of 1851,

10 40 Hollander, for publishing same,

10 40 Shiawassee Democrat,

13 00 Detroit Free Press,

10 40 Lapeer County Democrat,

10 40 Paw Paw Free Press,

10 40 Eaton County Democrat,"

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June 23. Monroe Commercial, for publishing act No. 25,

of 1851,
Flint Republican,
Livingston Courier,
Western Chronicle,
Barry County Pioneer,
Cold Water Sentinel,
Alexander Sheldon, for stationery furnished

Supreme Court,
Charles J. Fox, for services superintending pub-

lication of debates of constitutional conven

tion, after adjournment of convention, Horace S. Roberts, for services as secretary of

constitutional convention after adjournment, D. P. Quackenbush, for painting, &c., on Cap

itol,
June 25. C. A. Hedges, for paper furnished, and bind-

ing for Senate and House,
Elisha Taylor, for fees as register in Chancery,

Attorney General, vs. Macomb Co. Bank,
Smith, Dwight & Co., for lumber furnished for

fence around lot in Detroit,
Detroit Free Press, for publishing notice of

time of holding circuits,
State Journal, for publishing same,
D. Denby and M. Nowland, for cartage for

Adjutant General, lumber and arms,
J. Lane and T. H. Kinkead, for services build-

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ing gun shed and fence, for arsenal yard,
B. B. & W. R. Noyes, for nails furnished,
S. Davis, for repairing locks and furnishing,

keys to State building,
June 28. L. Post, for zinc for cupola of Capitol,

H. L & H. Baker, for repairing of chairs for

Capitol,
John C. Williams, for work for Senate,
Calvin Britain, for tacle blocks, used in the

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expenditures of the appropriation for the im

provement of St. Joseph river, in 1847, to

be paid out of said appropriation,
June 28. Adrian Watchtower, for publishing act No. 25

of 1851,
Wm. M. Fenton, for per diem at regular and

extra sessions,
Ionia Gazette, for publishing act No. 25, 1851,
Macomb Gazette,
Knowlton S. Pettibone, for services rendered

under the provisions of act No. 24 of 1845,
B.C. Whittemore, for repairs on safe,
W. S. Brown, for expenses incurred for State

Treasurer's office,
Wheeler, Beals & Co., for envelopes for Treas-

urer's office,
J. B. Clark, for ivory folders for State offices,
C. A. Hedges, for blank book and envelopes for

State Library,
Smith & Sharpsteen, for pump for well in Cap.

itol yard,
M. Mitchell, washing for State offices,
Price & Page, lumber for boxes,
F. B. Way & Co, advertising for Adj. & Quar-

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ter Master General's dep't,
State Land Office, exchange on draft,
J. A. Bascom, tacks for carpets,
Harry Everitt, straw do
V. Teeter, for improvements at Lansing,
X. Sagendorph do

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F.P. Markham & Bro., Letter press for Land
Office,
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do for Secretary of States' Office, D. W. Buck, desk for Auditor General's Office, John Frink & Co., transportation for State offi

ces in Feb'y and March,

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June 28. J. Simmons, metalic pens furnished committee

on supplies House of Representatives,
M. O Randall, pens for Land Office,
D. W. Buck, furniture for public offices,
S R. Green, book case for Treasurer's Office,
M. Mitchell, washing for State offices,
D. D. Curtiss, services assisting porter of

Capitol,
Elson Teeter,

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Joseph M. Coon, Lansing improvements,
State Treasurer, expenses to Detroit,
Austin Allen, services as porter,
F. M. Cowles & Co., basket,
Macomb Gazette, advertising Normal School

lands,
H. L. & H. Baker, stool for Auditor's office,
Vincent Teeter, wood for Capitol,
J. W. Holmes, stationery for public offices,
Lansing post office, postage for Legislature,
Michigan Argus, advertising forfeited school

lands, 1850,
State Treasurer, office expenses,
C. C. Darling, Lansing improvements,
M. Teeter, work about Capitol,
X. L. Fitch, stationery for Land Office,
D. Curtiss, Lansing improvements,
N. Sagendorph, for services,
J. Frink & Co., transportation for public offi-

ees,
Austin Allen, services as porter,
Allen Goodridge, extra labor, making tract

sales book, &c.,
P. Homan, stationery for Treasurer's office,
DeGraff & Kendrick, repairing seal press for

Land office,
Thomas Gallagher, candles for Sec. States' of.

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