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A slalement of ordinary expenses incurred from December 1st, 1840, to December 1st, 1842.

Amount.

For what particular item.

Appropriations.

Total.

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Special appropriations,

Cutting wood, stone coal, &c.
Conveying convicts to the Penitentiary,
Advertising delinquent lands,
Land office abstracts of lands entered, and furnished the

Auditor's office,
Sheriffs' and clerk's fees on lands stricken off to the State

for taxes,
Sheriff's attendance on Supreme Court, at its sessions, &c.
Transcribing records, rent of room for Supreme Court, &c.
Postage on Executive documents, and letters of the State

officers,
Printing blanks for State officers,
Stationery for do do
Sundries,

996 95
724 22
112 60

19,179 09

Incidental expenses,

1,728 43
622 01
426 02
208 95

2,985 41

Publishing the Governor's proclamations,
Special messengers to Executive of other States, &c.,
Sheriffs going after prisoners to the Penitentiary, &c.
Sundries,

221 50
944 00

94 87
385 00

Contingent fund,

$ 1,615 37 Statement of ordinary expenses --Continued. A statement of the amount drawn from the Treasury on account of the

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Appropriations.

For what particular item.
Int. on school col. & sem. fund Paid to counties,
Wolf scalps,

Bounty on wolves killed in the State,
Public Printing,
do Binding,

Distribution of the laws and journals in the State,
The Militia,

Adjutant General's pay and Inspector's of Militia,
Premium on silk,

Bounty paid to silk growers,
Taxes refunded on lands re- Paid to purchasers of lands sold for taxes, said lands having

deemed by minor heirs, been redeemed by minor heirs,
Redemption money,

Paid to purchasers of lands sold to them by the Auditor

for taxes, and since redeemed by minor heirs, Money refunded,

To revenue collectors for amounts overpaid and to individuals

for amounts paid to them for taxes through errors,
Appropriations to witnesses, To witnesses summoned by the people of the State of Illi-

no is, in certain suits,
Penitentiary Inspectors,
County assessore,

For half of the expenses in assessing properties,
General Assembly,

For mileage and per diem to members,
Judiciary,

Salaries to Judges of Supreme Court,
The Governor,

Salary and travelling expenses,
The Auditor,

do of Auditor and clerks,
The Secretary of State, do &c.
The Treasurer,

do and clerk hire,
The Attorney General,

do The Circuit Attorneys,

do of eight Attorneys,

Total amount of the ordinary expenditures,

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Contingent Frind, from December 1st, 1840, to December 1st, 1842.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what.

Amount.

$ 161 00

5 00

5 25

27 00

5 00

1840.
Dec. 1. To warrants to D. Chapman, in full, for fitting

up Speaker's seat, making and hanging cur-
tains, and in the Senate chamber,
To warrants to Wm. Hodge, in full, for pub-

lishing Governor's proclamation, convening
2 the Legislature, special session, 1840,

To warrants to Jas. L. Boyd, in full, for pub-
lishing the Governor's proclamation, con-

vening the Legislature, special session, 1840,
1811.
Feb. 20. To warrants to S. Francis & Co., in full, for

publishing the Governor's proclamation, con-
vening the Legislature, sessions 1839 and
'40, and special session 1840, and reward for
the apprehension of Hume, a fugitive from

justice,
26 To warrants to John McDonald, in full, for

publishing in the “Illinois Sentinel," the Gov-
ernor's proclamation, convening the Legisla-

ture, special session, 1840,
March 15. To warrants to T. A. S. Doniphan, in full, for

publishing in “the Mississippi Free Trader”
the Governor's reward offered for the appre-
hension of Jas. Graham, a fugitive from jus-
tice,
To warrants to Bolton & Patterson, in full,
for publishing the Governor's reward for the
apprehension of E. Bavis and J. Graham, fu-

gitives from justice,
16 To warrants to Wm. Stewart, in full, for pub-

lishing the Governor's proclamation, conven-
ing the Legislature, special session, 1840, and
reward for the apprehension of Bavis and Gra-

ham, fugitives from justice,
April 5. To warrants to Thomas Henderson, in full,

for his services and expenses in going to the
Executive of Pennsylvania to demand Jas.
P. Graham, accused of the murder of Wm.

A. Law,
23 To warrants to J. C. Bailhache, in full, for

publishing in "the Alton Telegraph” the
Governor's proclamation, convening the Le-
gislature, special session, 1840,

30 00

20 00

66

13 00

142 75

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Contingent Fund-Continued.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what.

Amount.

$49 00

300 00

48 00

66

1841. May 21. To warrants to John Carlin, in full, for his ser

vices and expenses in conveying State Bonds

from Quincy to Springfield,
26 To warrants to John Carlin, in full, for his ser-

vices and expenses in conveying State Bonds

from Springfield to New York, June 5 To warrants to James M. Morse, in full, for

his services, and expenses as a special mes

senger to the Governor,
7 To warrants to lsaac 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,
Aug. 2. 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,
5 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 Holines from
St. Clair county, Missouri, to St. Clair coun.
ty, Illinois,

24 50

25 00

43 12

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To warrants to J. M. Bassett, for advertising
proclamation for apprehension of P. B.
Hume,
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,
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,
To warrants to Virgil Hickox, in full, for
anaount advanced by him towards comple-
ting Supreme Court room,

10 00

Dec.

29.

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Contingent Fund_Continued.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what.

Amount.

$14 CO

4 50

290 00

1842. Jan. 20. To warrants to Hl. 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,
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,
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

3 00

3 00

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

43 00

48 00

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