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SOLD BY THOMPSON & HOMANS, Washington; BILLIARD, GRAY & Co

WAIT, AND CARTER & AENDEE, Boston; G. & c. & A CARVILL, & co. New York; CAREY & HART, AND T. T. ASH, Philadelphia; P. LUCAS, JR. AND W. & J. NEALE, Baltimore; 6, HALL, Norfolk; SANSAY & STREET, Richniond; cales & Sox, AJD TURJIR AND 10GUES, Raleigh; AND W. H. BERRET, Charleston...

1833.

MEMORANDA.

John C. Calhoun has resigned the office of Vice President of the United States, and has been appointed a Senator from South Carolina, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of R. Y. Hayne.---page 33

Hugh L. White Senator from Tennessee, has been appointed President pro. tem. of the Senate. page 33

John Jay Langdon, has been appointed a Clerk in the Navy Depart. ment in place of Richard H. Bradford.---page 135

An additional Land office has been established at Manroe, Michigan Territory, the appointments are

Levi S. Humphrey, Register, February 9, 1833
Dan. B. Miller, Receiver, February 9, 1833.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1833, by Peter Force, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Columbia.

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118

President of the United States

13 Cost of the Public Lands

200

Vioe President

14 Surveyors of Public Lands

261

Electors of President and Vice President 15 Registers of Land Offices

262
Votes for President and Vice Presi- Receivers of Public Moneys

202

dent, 1789-1833

18,19 Public Lead Mines

180

President's Message, Dec 4, 1832 20-31

The Cu toms-

The Congress-

31 Collectors of the Customs ; Surveyors ;

Senator's

33 Naval Officers; Appraisers; with the

Representatives from each State, with dates of their Commissions

318-323

the districts, where States are divided Table of Fees of officers of the Cus-

into districts

34-40 toms

315-317)

Committees of the Senate

41 Deputy Collectors, Inspectors, Weigh-

Committees of the House of Represen- ers, Gaugers, and Measurers, in each

tatives

42 District of the several States

323

Officers of the Senate

43 Light House Establishment-Superinten-

Officers of the House of Representatives 43 dents and Keepers of Light Houses 264–268

Library of Congress

43,44 Floating Lights

260

Alphabetical list of Senators and Rep- Revenue Cutters-The station of each;

resentatives

45,46 their officers, with the dates of their

Pay of Members

451 commissions

Table showing the commencement and

termination of each session, from the War Department--Secretary's Office Re-
1st to the 22d Congress, inclusive; the quisition, Pension, Indian, and Boun-
number of days in each session, with the ty Land Bureaus

114-115

Speakers, &e

47 General Staff of the Army-

Head Quarters

116

Department of State-Secretary's office 80 Adjutant General's Office

110

Patent Office

81 Engineer Department

117

Laws concerning patents

81, 82 Topographical Bureau

117

Commissioners for Claims on Denmark 82 Ordnance Department

117

Commissioners for Claims on France 82 Quartermaster's Department

Act for Adjustment of Claims on France 83 Purchasing Department

121

Commissioners for Mexican Boundary 84 Clothing Department

129

Act and Treaty for fixing Mexican Boun- Pay Department

122

dary

84-86 Subsistence Department

123

Publishers of the Laws

87 Medical Department

124

Intercourse with Foreign Nations 149

Ministers, Consuls, and other Diplomatic The Army-

Agents in Foreign countries 150–152 Origin of the Army of the Revolution 1071

Priv eges of Foreign Ministers in the Report of the Secretary of War 157-170

United States

152 Movements of the Army in 1832 170-174

Ministers, Consuls, &c. of Foreign Na- Recruiting

174
tions in the United States 153–155 Officers, &c. of Engineer Department,

British Consular establishment

156

not in the Army List

170

Civil Engineers under Topographical

Treasury Department-

Bureau

179

Report of Secretary, on the Finances 269–279 Operati ons of the Engineer Depart-

Secretary's Office

90

ment, 1832

176-179

Offices of the 1st and 2d Comptrol- Officers, &c. under the Quarter Master's

ler

91-95 Department, not in Ariny list

175

Offices of the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th Delaware Breakwater

175

Auditor

96-99 Militia, number in, and Apportionment

Solicitor's Office

991 of Arms to, each State

180

Treasurer's office

100

Register's office

101-103 Army List, containing a list of all the
General Land office

103 Officers of the Army, with their Rank,

Commissioners for Private Land Claims and the dates of th ir Commissions,

in Missouri

104 and the regime. ts to which attached.

Act for adjustment of Land Claims in Departments of ihe Army, Posts and

Missouri

105 Arsepals with the names ot permanent

Commissioners of Insolvency

106

Commanders and Sutiers

181-192

Act for the reliet of Insoivent debtors 106 Resignations, Deaths, &c., in 1832 193

Public Lands

257 Cadets attached to Army Register 193

Sales of Public Lands in 1831

257 Report of Board of Visiters, Military

Sa les of Public Lands and quantity and Academy

195-190
value of, in each State in 1832 258, 259 Act organizing Ordnance Di partment 114
Donations of Public Lands

2601 Act authorizing Mounted Rangers 94

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