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TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN.

1841. 1

Sept. 18. For amount due William Walters for printing

governor's proclamations for the years A.D.
1837 and 1838,

$11 25
Novir 11. For amount due William R. Smith for hall
vears salary as adjutant general,

75 00
For amount due Julius T. Clark for quarter
years salary as auditor,

15 00 101 25
For amount due Abner Adkins for services
as constable in the U.S. district court for
Iowa county,

53 00
For amount due Hiram Knowlton for servic-

es as constable in the U. S. district court
for Iowa county,

18 00
For amount due Samuel M'Atlee for services

as constable in the U.S. district court for
Iowa county,

800) 79 00
For amount due Wm. Sampson for services
| as constable in the U. S. district court for
Iowa county.

54 00
For amount due Amos Vaughan for services

as constable in the U. S. district court for
Iowa county.

1400
For amount due Bennet Million for services

as constable in the U. S. district court for
lowa county,

600 74 00 For amount due A. A. Bird for going after

election returns for the year A. D. 1841, 64 00 1842, Jan'y 26, For amount due William R. Smith for half years salary as adjutant general,

75 000 27, Foramount due M. M. Jackson for half years!

salary as attorney general, Feb'y 18. For amount due Joản P. Sheldon for services locating university lands,

145 00 21, For amount due M. M. Jackson, appropria

tion made to said Jackson by act of legis

lative assembly approved Feb’y 18, 1842, 140 00 285 00 For amount due H. N. Wells for half years 1 salary as attorney general,

125 00 For amount due N. Č. Prentiss, appropria

tion made to said Prentiss by act of legis

lative assembly approved Feb'y 18, 1842, 267 50 For amount due N.'T. Parkison. appropria

tion made to said Parkison by act of legis

lative assembly approved Febʼy 18, 1842, 19 10 411 60
For amount due A: A. Bird, appropriation
made to said Bird by act of legislative as-
sembly approved Feb’y 18, 1842,

60 12
For amount due Daniel Wells, appropriation
made to said Wells by act of legislative

assembly approved Febʼy 18, 1842, 75 00 135 12
For amount due R. L. Ream, appropriation
made to said Ream by act of legislative
assembly approved Febʼy 18, 1842, | 125 00!
Amount carried over

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TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN.

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June 27,," salary as auditor,

30 00

1812.

Amount brought forward,
For amount due John T. Wilson, appropria-

tion made to said Wilson by act of lezis

lative assembly approved Feb'y 18, 1812, March 26, For amount due Julius T. Clark, appropria

tion made to said Clark by act of legisla

tive assembly approved Feb'y 18, 180, 29, For amount due J. A. Noonan, appropriation

made to said Noonan by act of legislative

assembly approved Feb'y 18, 1812,
For amount due H. N. Wells, appropriation
made to said Wells by act of legislative

assembly approved leb’y 18, 1812,
May 14, For amount due 11. M. Jackson for quarter

years salary as attorney general,
For amount due Edward M’Sherry, appropri-

ation made to said M’Sherry by act of le-
gislative assembly approved Feb’y 18,

1842,
For amount due John Bracken, appropria-

tion made to said Bracken by act of legis

lative assembly approved Feb’y 18, 1812,1 June 27, For amount due Julius T.Clark for hall years July 19. For amount due John Delany, appropriation

made to said Delany by act of legislative

assembly, approved February 18, 1812, 1
For amount due John Delany, for printing|
done by him for adjutant general's oflice,

as per order of adjutant general,
21. For amount due John Blount for services as

constable in the U. S. district court for
Green county,
For amount due Wm. R. Smith,for half years

salary as adjutant general,
For amount allowed Wm. R. Smith, appro-

priation made to said Smith as acijutant
general, to meet the expenditures of that
ofiice, by resolution of the legislative as-
sembly approved February 19, 1841, for
the year 1812,
For amount due M. M. Jackson, quarter

years salary as attorney general, ending

June 26, 1812,
Sept. 13, For amount due Edward N. Foster, sheriff

of Jefferson and Dodge counties, for taking
the census in said counties, under act of

legislative assenibly,approved Feb 18,1812.) Oct, 8, For amount due A. A. Bird, sheriff of Dane

and Sauk counties, for taking the census

in said counties, under act of legislative
| assembly, approved February 18, 1812, 1

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20 00

Amount brought forward,

52575 21 Oct. 28, For amount due II. J. Jackson,quarter years

| salary as attorney general, ending Sept.

26, 1812,

Foramount due VI. M. Jackson for half years Nov. 11, salary as attorney general up to this date,

For amount due Wm. R. Smith, quarter

1 years salary as adjutant general, ending Dec. 12, Oct. 20, 1812,

375) 210 73
For amount due J. T. Clark, for half years
13, salary as auditor,
16, For amount due Joseph Ward, sheriff of

Milwaukee and Washington counties, for
taking the census in said counties, a greca-
ble to act of legislative assembly approved
February 18, 1812,

225 25 255 25 22, For amount due Michael Myers, sheriff of

Racine county, for taking the census in

I said county, agreeable to act of legislative 1843. I assembly approved Feb. 18, 1812,

151 361 Jan. 8, For amount diie George Messersmith, sheriff

of Iowa county, for taking the census in
said county, agreeable to act of legislative

assembly approved Feb. 18 1812, I 105 52
For error in return of 5 per cent. revenue due

from Dane county to ierritory for 1812, 49 45 286 03 11, For amount due Joseph Woodle, sheriff of

Green county, for taking the census of said
county agreeable to act cf legislative as-
sembly approved Feb.18, 1842,

36 88
30, For amount paid Green county for two au.
ditor's warrants and scrip, &c.,

101 001
Feb. 17, For amount paid Rock county for territorial
| bond, (cancelled)

59 74 27, For amount paid Milwaukee county for ter

I ritorial bonds and auditor's warrants,(can1842. celled.)

1371 79 1563 41 Dec. 16, For amount paid Grant county for territorial

bond, scrip, and auditor's warrant, 213 63
For amount paid Grant county, balance due

said county, audited and not paid.
For amount paid Walworth county for territo-
rial bond and auditor's warrants,

156 24
For amount paid Brown county for auditor's
warrants,

100 00
March 7, For amount paid Jefferson county for audit-
ors warrants,

60 74
For amount due L. G. Fisher,sheriff of Rock

county, for taking the census agreeable to
act of legislative assembly approved Feb./'

18, 1842,
For amount due James Morrison for cight-

een months salary as territorial treasurer,
up to March 3, A. D. 1813,

90 00
For amount due James Morrison for station-
| ery for use of territorial treasury & postage, 894998 86

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TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN,

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By amount of territorial revenue in the sev

eral county treasuries, as per territorial treasurer's report made to the legislative assembly a: their annual session of 1841 and 1842,

#1794 86 By amount returned due from Milwaukee

county, as per returns for the year A. D. 1841,

$754 05 By amount returned due from Racine coun

ty, as per returns for the year A. D. 1841, I 317 761 1071 81 By amount due from the following named

counties, as per returns on file, for the year

A. D. 1842: Amount returned due from St. Croix county, as per returns,

16 63 66 Green

82 30 16 16 16 66 Dodge

18 49 6 Sheboygan

23 42 Grant

113 46 66 Dane

197 46 66 66 66 66 Manitouwoc

22 43 66 Iowa

310 92 66 66 66 66 Rock

99 93 6 Crawford

64 46
16 Racine

339 781
66 Jefferson 66 50 001
66 Brown a 108 19
6 Milwaukee 65 370 26

66 Walworth 66 130 00 1947 73 By balance against the territory, exclusive of

the amount that may be due from the counties of Fond du Lac and Washington, from which no returns have been received for the year A. D. 1842,

1081 37 $5,895 77

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A PROCLAMATION, By JAMES DUANE Doty, Governor of the Territory of Wisconsin:

Be It Known : that, whereas, the act of Congress of the 29th of August, 1842, declares that "ro session of the legislature of a Territory shall be held until the appropriation for its expenses shall have been made ;" and no appropriation was made for a session to be held on the first Monday in December last ; by reason whereof the legislature of the territory of Wisconsin was unable lawfully to commence its session on the said first Monday ; or to continue it to any other day:

And whereas, the governor of the territory has been this day officially informed that the congress of the United States has, during its present session, to wit: on the 24th day of December, 1842, appropriated the sum of nineteen thousand two hundred and seventy-five dollars in and by an act entitled "An act making ap. propriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of government for the half calendar year ending the 30th day of June 1843,99 for the expenses of a session of said legislature to be held according to law during the said half year:

And whereas, it is provided in and by an act of the said legislature of Wisconsin, passed in the year 1839, "that the governor of the territory may, as often as in his opinion the public interest requires it, appoint by proclamation, special sessions to be holden at such time as he may designate, not less than thirty days from the isssuing any such proclamation ; and any such special session shall not exceed twenty days," $c.

And whereas, a majority of the members elect of the said legis. lative assembly did on the 10th of December last, declare that there are many important subjects deeply affecting the interests of the people, upon which they are now anxiously desiring legislative action :

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