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Contingent Fund_Continued.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what.

Amount.

1811. May 21.

$49 00

26

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To warrants to John Carlin, in full, for his ser-
vices and expenses in conveying State Bonds

from Quincy to Springfield,
To warrants to John Carlin, in full, for his ser-
vices and expenses in conveying State Bonds
from Springfield to New York,
To warrants to James M. Morse, in full, for
his services, and expenses as a special mes-
senger to the Governor,
To warrants to Isaac Greathouse, in full, for
his services in conveying Moses May, a con-
vict, froin the penitentiary to Pike county,
on a writ of habeas corpus,
To warrants to John M. Krum, in full, for his
services in examining into the situation of S.
T. Sawyer's property, searching records and
attending to sale of printing office,
To warrants to Samuel B. Chandler, in full,
for his services and expenses in going to St,
Louis, and for amount advanced by him to
the jailer in removing Zelman Holmes from
St. Clair county, Missouri, to St. Clair coun.
ty, Illinois,

24 50

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25 00

5

43 12

Sept.

6 25

62 25

Oct.

4 To warrants to J. M. Bassett, for advertising

proclamation for apprehension of P. B.

Hume,
20 To warrants to John Carlin, in full, for his

services and expenses in going to the Execu-
tive of Missouri, to demand John Rose, who
was committed to jail in Pike county, Mis-
souri, on a charge of horse stealing in Pike

county, Illinois,
21 To warrants to Thomas Ward, in full, for his

account of boarding, receiving and discharg.
ing Z. Holmes at the jail of St. Clair county,

on a writ of habeas corpus,
To warrants to S. B. Chandler, in full, for his
services and expenses in conveying Charles
Benton from the jail in St. Louis, to the jail

in St. Clair county, Illinois,
29. To warrants to Virgil Hickox, in full, for

amount advanced by him towards comple-
ting Supreme Court room,

17 25

10 00

Dec.

159 57

Contingent Fund_Continued.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what.

Amount.

$14 CO

4 50

290 00

1842. Jan. 20. To warrants to H. B. Houghton, in full, for

publishing the Governor's proclamation, Feb. 11.

To warrants to D. Rockwell, in full, for a re-
cord made out upon the order of the Attor.
ney General, in the case of the Treasurer, vs.
Thomas Mather, to be taken to Supreme

Court,
March - 4. To warrants to Jno. Steel, in full, for his ser-

vices as agent for the State, in appraising
and estimating work done, and materials fur-
nished on the Alton and Mt. Carmel Rail-
road, in conformity to an act entitled “An
act, to authorize the Mt. Carmel and Alton
Railroad Company to construct the Southern
Cross Railroad,” Approved, February 27th,

1841,
7 To warrants to William Walters, in full, for

his account for publishing canal report, for

Secretary's office,
16 To warrants to John Carlin, in full, for his

services and expenses in conveying Charles
Howard, a fugitive from justice, from St.

Louis, Mo., to Jackson county, Illinois,
24

To warrants to John Wentworth, in full, for
publishing the Governor's proclamation, for
the apprehension of Fatheree, a fugitive from

justice,
25 To McDonald & Roberts, in full, for publish-

ing the Governor's proclamation for the ap-
prehension of Fatheree, a fugitive from jus-

tice,
29 To warrants to John Carlin, in full, for his

services and expenses as messenger to the

Governor of Missouri,
April 1. To warrants to S. J. Iankiewiez, in full, for his

4 50

59 00

300

3 00

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services and travelling expenses as special messenger from the Auditor's office to the Governor of Illinois,

43 00

48 00 same as above, To warrants to John B. Young, do. do.

Contingent Fund—Continued.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what. '

Amount.

$100 OU

100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00 100 00

1842.
May 6. To warrants to Wm. L. D. Ewing, in part

for an appropriation made him by the
Governor for his services and expenses in se.
lecting lands granted to the State of Illinois
by the act of Congress, entitled "An act to
appropriate the proceeds of the sales of the
public lands, and to grant pre-emption rights,
approved, Sept. 4th, 1841, and in conformi-
ty to the “Act to authorize the Governors of
Illinois, Arkansas and Missouri, to cause to
be selected the lands therein mentioned,” ap-
proved March 19th, 1812,
To warrants to William Carlin, in part of the
appropriation as above,
To warrants to Samuel Whiteside, do. du.
To warrants to Wm. C. Greenup, do. do.
To warrants to Isaac S. Berry, do. do.
To warrants to John B. Young, do. do.
To warrants to Jacob Judy, do. do.
To warrants to Samuel W. Rogers, do. do.

To warrants to William H. Carlin, do do.
June 21. To warrants to J. M. Pitman, in full, for his

services and expenses as a special messenger
to the Executive of Missouri, to demand a

fugitive from justice,
24 To warrants to Michael McNamara, in full, for

cutting wood, (60 cords) piling same in the
basement of State House, making and keep-
ing up fire in the offices of Auditor, Treas-
surer and Secretary of State, and taking
care of furniture, and of other property about
the State House, from 12th October, 1811,

to 13th May, 1842,
July 8. To warrants to E. Abbott, in full, for publish-

ing the Governor's proclamation in the lili-
nois Statesman, for the apprehension of Jno.

Williams of Clark county,
22 To warrants to Wm. C. Greenup, in part for

his services and expenses in selecting lands

granted to the State by act of Congress,
9 To warrants to Isaac S. Berry, in part, for

192 00

140 00

2 00

100 00

100 00 100 00 9 00

Contingent FundContinued.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what.

Amount.

6

$ 320 00

260 00 310 00 200 00

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1842. July To warrants to Isaac S. Berry, in full, do. do.

To warrants to John B. Young, do. do. 26 To warrants to Wm. H. Carlin, do. do.

To warrants to Samuel W. Rogers, do. do,
27 To warrants to James Shields, in full, for

amount paid by him to engraver for State
bonds, engraved with impressions and cou-
pons, and for his own expenses in going to

Cincinnati and back,
Oct. 21. To warrants to John H. Pettit, in full, for pub.

lishing the Governor's proclamation, offering
a reward for the apprehension of Smith and
Rockwell, and for printing twelve quires
circulars, .-
To warrants to Daniel D. Waite, in full for
publishing the notice of the Governor, Audi-
tor and Treasurer, prohibiting the receipt
of the State Bank paper,
To warrants to E. F. Fletcher, in full, for pub-

lishing the notice as above,
To warrants to George M. Shipper, for pub.
lishing the notice of the Governor, Auditor
and 'Treasurer, prohibiting the receipt of
State Bank paper for taxes of 1842,
To warrants to P. B. Stone, in full, for pub-
lishing the notice as above,
To warrants 10 Brown & Somers, in full, for

publishing the notice as above,
To warrants to John Wentworth, in full, for

publishing the notice as above,
To warrants to William E. Jones, in full, for
publishing two proclamations of the Execu-

tive officers, prohibiting State Bank paper, -
22 To warrants to Z. Eastman, in full, for pub-

lishing the notice of the Governor, Auditor
and 'Treasurer, prohibiting the receipt of

State Bank paper for taxes of 1812,
Noy. 1. To warrants to S. Penn, in full, for publish.

ing the Governor's proclamation, for the ap-
prehension of Wm. Fatheree, a fugitive from
justice,

3 00

2 00

2 00

66

3 00

9 00

1 50

Contingent Fund_Continued.

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