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To cash paid A. D. Arms half year's salary as Librarian, 37 50
J. L. Buck, Assistant Clerk of House, half of
75 00 C. L. Knapp, Secretary of State, half of last year's salary, -
150 00 C. L. Knapp, Secretary of State, in part of present year's salary,
150 00 N. Williams, Secretary of Senate, half of last
year's salary, -
present year's salary, - -
75 00 Wm. Weston, Assistant Secretary of Senate,
in part of this year's salary, -
ter, under special appointment by the Gov-
o in part of present year's sal. 87 50 D. Peirce, Auditor of Accounts, one year's salary, 150 00 G. B. Manser, Sec. of Civil and Military Affairs, one year's salary,
200 00 F.'W. Hopkins, Adjutant and Inspector General, in
part of his salary,
143 09 St. George,“
19 33 Canaan, Lemington, “
26 21 Williston,
230 32 Woodford,
56 58 Marlboro',
174 46 interest on money borrowed of Bank of Montpelier, 788 89 one year's interest on loan of five thousand dollars from Bank of Burlington, -
300 00 Bank of St. Albans interest on advances, - 174 92 Caledonia, “
12 00 Woodstock,
12 73 Brattleboro',
" . . 52 18 Bellows Falls,
« . 79 64 Rutland,
36 88 $90724 92
Ads "100 00
Cr. By balance in the Treasury last year,
$6238 31 cash received of C. L. Knapp, avails of sale of Vt. Reports, 36 30
of S. P. Short and E. P. Walton, in full of note
and interest to Treasurer, - - 99 54 for Safety Fund, - - - 2137 68 of several State's Attorneys,
- 4359 30 of Clerks of Supreme and County Courts, 1069 12 a t s for taxes, principal, -
- 52292 45 for interest on arrearages of taxes,
920 87 20 of Bank of Orleans,
- 180 00 Vergennes,
192 00 sale shof Farmers' Bank, .
240 00 GER
- 240 00
It dupa Bellows Falls,
- 600 00 Brattleboro',
- 702 00—7886 86
116 00 cash received of Quarter Masters in Militia
323 38 of S. & R. M. Beach, on note to State Treasurer, 25 78 borrowed of A. Willard,
5000 00 of Bank of Montpelier,
680 00 balance due to the Treasurer,
$90724 92 Your Excellency's most obedient servant,
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S REPORT...1840.
QUARTER MASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE,
MONTPELIER, Oct. 17TH, 1840. SIR,—You will receive herewith a return of all the military property of this state in my possession; also an abstract of the annual returns of the public property in the several Brigades of the militia of this state, and an abstract of moneys received from the State Treasury and from fines, and how the same has been appropriated.
The returns, from which the abstracts have been made, being by law returnable to the office of the Adjutant and Inspector General, I could not at an earlier date, make the returns to you, which the law requires shall be done in the month of September; and I would take the liberty to suggest whether it would not be expedient to have the law so altered as to require the returns from the several brigades and regiments to be made to the Quarter Master General, or relieve him from the duty of making returns to the Commander in Chief.
Previous to the first of June last, I had delivered to the several commandants of Regiments, for the use of the light infantry companies, fourteen hundred and twenty (1420) muskets, and for the use of the rifle companies seven hundred and sixty-two (762) rifles. It appears from the abstract of returns that 652 of the muskets and 402 of the rifles are unac
counted for; but what regiments have failed to account for the arms ree sceived, I am unable to state, as the returns are in the hands of the Adjutant and Inspector General.”
I am, sir, very respecfully,
Your ab't servant,
eral of the Militia of Vermont. To his Ex'y S. H. JENISON, Governor and Commander in Chief.
RETURN of the ordnance, apparatus, arms, and other military property of this state, in my possession.
3 pieces of 6 pounder iron Cannon.
61 cartouch boxes.
DAVIS RICH, Quarter Master General. Quarter Master General's Office,
Shoreham, Sept. 30th, 1840.