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2,500 00

12,512 00

2,500 00

1,000 00 2,662 33

519 00

84 92

11,130 00

12,900 00

6,400 00

702 50

1,800 00

5,250 00

1,175 00

Clothing of officers' ser

Light-house at Cleaveland, vants

20,287 42 on Lake Erie, Ohio
Bounties and premiums 22,936 88 Light-house, Buffalo har-
Expenses of recruiting 11,389 71 bor, New York
Medical or Hospital Depart.

Beacon-light at Erie, Lake ment

25,985 64 Erie, Pennsylvania Purchase of woollens 10,000 00 Beacon-light on the pier at Contingencies of the army 10,613 99 Grand river, Ohio Arrearages

5,674 07 Piers at Oswego, New York Invalid and half pay pen

Claim of contractors for loss. sions

1,170,665 14 es by storm in 1829, on Military Academy

21,328 13 piers at Oswego, N. York National armories

383,943 56 Balance due contractors Arsenals

81,178 78 piers at Oswego, N. York Ordnance

65,751 59 Stone pier head and mole at Armament of fortifications 79,213 41 Oswego, New York Arming and equipping mili

Pier at the mouth of Buffalo tia

175,838 81 harbor, New York Repairs and contingencies

Piers in the harbor of Dun. of fortifications

9,525 12 kirk, New York Fort Adams

83,950 25 Arrearage due for materials Fort Calhoun

80,000 00 delivered for works DunFort Columbus and Castle

kirk, New York William

24,876 00 Arrearage due the superinFort Hamilton

10,000 00 tendent of the works at Fort Jackson

15,000 00 Black Rock, New York Fort Macon

51,644 33 Piers and other works at Fort Monroe

80,000 00 Stonington, Connecticut Fort at Mobile Point

98,250 00 Piers at the entrance of KenFort at Oak Island, Cape

nebunk river, Maine Fear, N. C.

89,200 00 Piers in La Plaisance Bay, Fort Wood, Louisiana

3,600 00

Michigan Materials for a fort on the

Completion of sea wail, right bank of the Missis

George's Island, Boston sippi

192 00 harbor Security of Pea Patch Is

Completion of sea wall, Deer land, Fort Delaware 16,213 94 Island, Boston harbor Fortifications at Charleston,

Preservation of ProvinceS. C.

48,000 00 town harbor, Massachu. Fortifications at Savannah,

setts Georgia

60,801 95 Repairing Plymouth beach, Fortifications at Pensacola,

Massachusetts Florida

100,000 00 Deepening the harbor of Repairing the battery at Bi

Mobile, Alabama

3,004 00 Improving the navigation of Barracks at Fort Winneba.

the Ohio and Mississippi go, N. W. Territory

3,272 53 rivers Barracks at Fort Crawford,

Improving the navigation of Prairie du Chien

6,004 93

the Ohio and Mississippi Barracks at Fortress Mon

rivers from Pittsburg to

1,700 00 New Orleans Barracks at Key West, and

165 99

5,049 86

12,390 00

3,154 36

2,820 00

13,421 22

envenue

59,867 00

roe

97,000 00

Improving the navigation of for other purposes

1,270 15 Red river, Arkansas Barracks, quarters, hospitals,

Improving the navigation of and store-houses at Green

Cape Fear river, North
Bay

8,000 00 Carolina
Jefferson Barracks, Missouri 1,447 48 Improving the navigation of
Store-house at Baton Rouge 1,500 00 Connedut creek, Ohio
Breakwater, Delaware Bay 251,031 50 Improving the navigation of
Breakwater, Hyannis har-

Gennesee river, N. York bor, Massachusetts

7,680 00 Improving the harbors of Breakwater in Merrimack

New Castle, Marcus Hook, river, Massachusetts 11,500 00 Chester, and Port Penn

2,500 00

22,665 00

6,370 00

16,670 00

7,400 00

Improving the harbor of
Cleaveland, Ohio

3,415 00 Improving the harbor of

Presquc Isle, Pennsylva-
nia

1,700 00 Removing obstructions Ken

nebeck river, Maine 5,000 00 Removing obstructions Nan

tucket harbor, Massachu-
setts

6,780 00 Removing obstructions Big

Sodas Bay, New York 17,450 00 Removing obstructions fluron river, 0.

3,480 00 Do. Black river, 0. 9,275 00 Do. Grand river, O.

4,675 00 Do. Ashtabula creek, O. 7,015 00

Do. Ocracoke inlet, N.
Carolina

14,355 62 Removing obstructions Apa

lachicola river, Florida 8,000 00 Removing obstructions St.

Marks river and harbor,
Florida

6,000 00 Arrearage due for survey.

ing the raft of Red river,
Louisiana

187 50 Surveys and estimates for roads and canals

23,969 63 Cumberland road

172,406 85 Road from Mattanawcook to Mars Hill, Maine

22,861 85 Road from Detroit to Fort Gratiot

3,500 00 Do. Detroit to Saganaw bay

3,500 00 Do. Detroit to Chicago 6,500 00 Do. Green Bay to liin. nebago lake and Fort Winnebago

2,000 00 Road from Alagua to Marianne, Florida

1,890 00 Do. Alachua courtbouse to Jacksonville, Florida

1,000 00 Opening the Old King's road in Florida

2,262 37 Road from Washington to Jack-on, Arkansas

593 60 Arrearage due to T. S. Knapp

14 75 Florida canal

6,099 00 Massachusetts inilitia clarus 419,718 26 Georgia inilitia clains

2,115 16 Payment of mounted voiune

teers of Arkansas for scrvices in 1829

590 83 Relief of sundry individuals 13,566 45 Civilization of Indians

7,737 81 Pay of Indian Agents 29,078 63 Pay of Indian Sub-agents 19,902 33 Presents to Indians

17,496 61 Pay of Interpreters and translators

20,239 92

Pay of gun and blacksmiths,

and assistants at the sev-
eral agencies

14,033 33 Iron, stcel, coal, &c. for

gun and blacksmith's
shops

2,761 36 Transportation and distribution of annuities

5,753 92 Provisions for Indians at

the dstribution of annui.
ties

8,234 90 Payment of sundry claims for Indian depredatinns

1,300 00 Building houses for agents,

sub-agents, and blacksmith
shops

5,999 05 Provisions, &c. for emigrat

ing Indians, and those

now on kansas river 2,957 69 Effecting a treaty with the Creek Indians

4,857 56 Effecting a treaty with the Cherokees

13,279 79 To extinguish the claims of

the Cherokee India!s to
lands in Georgia

10,798 15 Expenses of an exploriog delegation of Indians

153 37 Contingencies of Indian Department

30,353 57 Arrearages of Indian De.

partment prior to 1829 60,089 60 Pay of Illinois and other militia

373 31 Choctaw schools

3,163 00 Medals for lodian Chiefs 1,000 00 To provide for an exchange

cf lands and the removal
of Indians

190,682 28 For effecting certain Judian

treaties, act 20th May,
1820

8,183 OS For etlecting a treaty with

the Creek indians, act 22d
May, 1826

8,142 29 For electing certain Indian

treatics, act 2d March,
1929

12,077 27 For effecting certain Indian

treaties, act 25th March,
1830

50 00 For eflecting the treaty of

Putie des Morts, act 201h
Mar, 1930

750 00 For efiecting a treaty with

the Choctaws, act 30th
April, 18:30

6,143 57 For effecting a treaty with

the Seneca Indians, act
30 March, 1831

7,751 30 Expenses of holding certain

Indian treaties, act 7th
April, 1930

393 00 For effecting certain Indian

treaties, act 13th January,

Washington, and for two 1831

37,609 25 building ways at Norfolk 5,443 71 For effecting certain Indian

Ordnance and ordnance stores 17,710 65 treaties, act 2d March

Gradual increase of the navy 7,619 32 1831

81,097 94 Gradual improvement of the To carry into effect certain

navy

490,470 56 Indian treaties, act 20

Repairs of vessels

554,752 62 March, 1831

112,367 80 Covering and preserving Annuity to Seneca Indians,

ships in ordinary

10,422 30 act 19th February, 1831 6,000 00 Building, equipping, and emDeficiency due to the Sen

ploying ihree schooners 63,544 45 eca Indians

2,614 40 Removing and rebuilding Annuities to Indians

174,786 32

the monument in the navy
yard, Washington

2,100 00 6,954,813 75 Agency on the coast of From which deduct the

Africa, pro. slave trade 11,406 63 following repayments :

Reimbursement of the Mar. Repairing piers, and im

shall of Florida for expenproving the harbor of

ses of certain Africans

6,249 18 Marcus Hook

245 52 Support of certain Africans Repairing piers at Port

brought into New Orleans Penn, Marcus Hook, and

in the Spanish schooner Fort Mimin 3 44 Fenix

594 80 Survey of Deep Creek, Va. 55 90 Relief of sundry individuals 18,111 59 Survey of Pasquotank river,

Relief of the widows and orN. Carolina

32 75 phans of the officers, seaRoad from Fort Smith to

men, and marines of the Fort Towson, Arkansas 1,806 52 sloop of war Hornet

1,735 24 Road from Colerain to Tam

Privateer pension fund

225 90 pa bay, Florida

1,404 58 Contingent expenses 282,716 54 Repairs of Fort Delaware 20 19 Pay and subsistence of the Barracks at Fort Trum

marine corps

106,414 14 bull, Connecticut

1 16 Subsistence of 400 non-comExpenses of a brigade of

missioned officers, &c. of militia

1,000 00 the marine corps, serving To aid the emigration of the

on shore

14,777 44 Creek Indians

1,504 03 Extra emoluments to offTreaties with the Florida In

cers of the marine corps 10,203 46 dians

195 00 Arrearages of pay and subCertain Indian treaties, act

sistence of the marine 24th May, 1828 5,305 93

11,973 00 Clothing for the marine 11,575 02 corps

34,930 32 Medicines and hospital stores 6,943,238 73 for the marine corps

2,513 30 Military stores for the ma.

2,882 00 NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT.

Fuel for the marine corps

9,639 02 Pay and subsistence of the

Contingent expenses of the navy afloat 1,573,890 95

18,964 43 Do. shore stations 45,583 83 Pay of Superintendents,

4,010,564 65 artificers, &c.

55,240 08 From which deduct the Provisions

445,070 30 following repayments: Medicine and hospital stores 29,623 60 Navy Hospital Fund

5,018 38 Repairs and improvements

Navy Pension Fund 138,959 73 of the navy yards

201,238 4 Building ten sloops of war 39 05 Timber sheds

39,374 29 Repairs of sloops of war 4,819 33 Timber docks at Norfolk,

Navy yard at Pensacola

842 30 Washington, and Boston 2,718 78 Timber sheds, Boston

485 54 Repairing and enlarging

Arrearages prior to 1828

183 63 wharves at Washington

Contingent expenses, 1824 92 10 and Norfolk 2,393 76 Do.

1826

8 55 Repairs of store-houses at

Do.

1827 91 80

corps, 1829

rine corps

inarine corps

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STATEMENT of the COMMERCE of each State and Territory, commencing on the 1st day of October, 1830, and ending

on the 30th day of September, 1831.

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499

167
46,596
2,568
1,032

8,826
2,186
10,455

872
9,985
1,729
29,011
13,491
11,840

7,596

965
10,276

878
11,879

1,990
29,045
14,307
10,953

3,926,458

76,231

91
4,455

13

96,753

91
5,163

43

55,541

138
476

53,558

138
610

VALUE OF EXPORTS.

STATES AND TERRITORIES,

VALUE OF
IMPORTS.

Domestic
produce.

Foreign
produce.

5,825
1,766

3,706,562
19,215

810
9,809,026

Maine,
New Hampshire,
Vermont,
Ni assachusetts,
Rhode Island,
Connecticut,
New York,
New Jersey,
Pennsylvania,
Delaware,
Maryland,
District of Columbia,
Virginia,
North Carolina,
South Carolina,
Georgia,
Alabama,
Mississippi,
Louisiana,
Ohio,
Florida Territory,
Michigan Territory,

Tota), dollars,

941,407
146,205

166,206
14,269,056

562,161

405,066
57,077,417
12,124,083

21,656
4,826,577

193,555
488,522

196,356
1,238,163

399,9-10
224,435

799,748
109,456

925,127
4,027,201

319,250

482,073
15,726,118

11,430
3,594,302

34,514
3,730,506
1,207,517
4,149,956

3-40,973
6,528,605
3,957,245
2,412,862

1,919,411

578,141
13,155

9,766,693

617
115,710
27,299

12,835,531

14,728
28,493
12,392

2,002

103,191,124

61,277,057

20,033,526

922,952

972,504

291,948

271,994

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