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TABLE B.

Showing the number of Tons of Copper, Iron, Grain, &c., passing

through the Canal each month, for the year 1861.

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480 1,574% 47476

1454

96

299%

8874

231

272 5,270

Butter,

fons (oppar Ore,.1 1,336 1 356721,121% 1.5124 83974 Tons Iron Ore,..

1,200

6,214 12 505 19,429 72 3,156 tons Pig Iron,... 4954) 3,963% 107 784 949 Tons Iron Pars,..

342 107

70 Tons Ground Feou, 39 37

864 Tong Powder .... 372 11441 12472)

94% Flour, buie., 1,838 1,939 3,076

3,684 5,834 Wheat, bu.,... Coarsa Grain,...

5,894 4,735 8.335 6,119 32,743 Beof, bbls.

368 227 103 395 281 Pork, bbls.,

744 238 166 459 580 Bacon, bbis.,

101
51 103

97 134 Lard, bbls.,

48
28
33
65

44
1b8.,

25370

20350 43757 33654 32871 Chooso, 168.,.. 14810 12069 2,480 3 915 15150 Tallow, lbs., 4,700

3.800 3,760 Cunulcs, Ibs, 29442

10460 2,052 1,175 6,880 Boap, box & bbls.. 196 263 156 164 241 Apples, bbls.,

464
83

1 297 847 Priod Fruit, lbs.,.

29239 2.350 3,600 8.011
Bugar, lbs.,. 52710 19176 26757 38442 53886
O fuo, bags,

121
39
65
97

71
Tsa, chests,..
106 1242 68

83

91 Vegetables, bu 3,866

2,105 917

1,559

3,334 alt, bbls.,

69 1,893 315 211 339 Vinegar, bbls.

68

9
39
33

55
Tobacco, lbs., 9,992 6.900 6.260 5.189
Coal, tons,

1,496 3,268 2,956 2,752 645 Nails, kegs,

632 148 212 2,198 250 Morchanuise, tons 628 623

816% Limy, bbls.,

626
250

295 185
Lumber, M,
142 98 51 35

3 Shingles, M,

16 Lath, M,

60 660 500 130 Window Glass, 171 52

44
36

58 Hay, Lons,

163
34

202 13372 Horsus and Mules 87

23 12 14 Cattle, heads, 654 335 309 379 399 Shoep, heads,

43
14 266 195

45 Hogs,

175 194 63 145 72 Brick, M,

69 136 39 171 27 Furniture, pcs.

1,645 1,952 827 825 662 Hides,

616
22
10

70 530 Furs & Pelis, bdle, 1.240

4 Machinery, tons,.. 91

152%

72 Engin, 8 & Builers 6 Wagons & Buggi 8. 25 17 15

13

6 Fish, bols.,

211 177 95 214% 108 Liquor, bb.s.,

1.926 762 908 02) 832 Halt, lbs

7,442 800 2,802 80 7,398 Passinger, 1,490 1,655 1,635 2,001 1,137

15,084

157 451 131

61 50360 9 590 1,500 41107

856

849 1.000 90999

190

1642 2,598 167

47
11590

460
660
958
150
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999 7,645 757% 44,836 228 % 3,434

760% 152 1,711% 89

325 % 1,112

22,743 223 223 3,920 76,830

370 1,951 140 2,718 63 680 50

319 8,350 217712 1,000 59,014

800 14,560 8,000 99.116

60 1,926 570 3,111

95 44 295 400 282390

20 603 113

755 100 14,470 80 3.014

10 261 760 49,441

30 11,507 200 4.200 455 4,766% 50 2,057

394%

16 1,340

438 17

637% 20 185 181 2,860 546 1,109 164 927

432 119 6,967 75 1 423

1,244 20 478%

11 3

87 30 1,149% 181

7,142 960 32 032 216 8,816

8,750

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601

3674

90 77 52

8 353

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114

1,037

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STATE OF MICHIGAN.

1861.

DOCUMENT NO. 8.

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ANNUAL REPORT of the Adjutant General. MILITARY DEPARTMENT, MICHIGAN,

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Detroit, December 24th, 1861. To His Excellency, Austin BLAIR,

Governor and Commander-in-Chief : SiR-I have the honor to submit the following report of the troops raised and being raised in this State, for the service of the General Government of the United States, or for service in the State, in conformity with an act to amend an act entitled "an act to provide a military force," approved March 16, 1861, and to add several sections thereto, approved May 10, 1861.

In consequence of the absence of most of the regiments at the seat of war, and the inconveniencies and irregularities attending the nature of the service in which they are engaged, some of the regiments have failed to make reports in detail sufficient to insure so much of a detailed report as might have been made under other circumstances, and some errors of minor importance may naturally be expected; but upon the whole, the report is nearly correct, having been made up from the records in this office, and the reports of the regiments, so far as received

OFFICERS IN SERVICE OF THE STATE.

His Excellency, Austin BLAIR, Commander-in-Chief.

Brigadier General Jno. ROBERTSON, Detroit, Adjutant General, March 15th, 1861.

Colonel Jabez H. FOUNTAIN, Manchester, Quarter Master General, April 1st, 1861.

Colonel James E. Pittman, Detroit, State Paymaster, May 21, 1861.

Col. E. O. GROSVENOR, Jonesville, Col. WILLIAM HAMMOND, Varshall, Col. John F. Miller, Ann Arbor, Col. JEROME Crocl, Detroit, Aides de-Camp to Commander-in Chief, May 15th, 1861.

Major W. K. Gibson, Jackson, Military Secretary to Commander-in Chief, May 15th, 1861.

Captain DeGARMO JONES, Detroit, Assistant Adjutant General June 15, 1861.

Captain Friend PALMER, Detroit, Assistant Quarter Master General, May 17, 1861.

STATE MILITARY BOARD.

Capt. Ed. H. Thomson, Flint, President; Adjutant Genl. Jso ROBERTSON, Qr. M. Genl. J. H. FOUNTAIN, Col. E. O. GROSTENOS Col. JNO. F. MILLER, Col. J. E. PITMAN; Capt. DeGARMO JONES, Secretary

MILITARY CONTRACT BOARD.

Col. E. O. GROSVENOR, Chairman; Col. WILLIAM HAMMOND, Col. JEROME CROUL.

UNITED STATES SERVICE.

Brigadier General-ALPHEUS S. Williams.
Brigadier General—ISRAEL B. RICHARDSON.
Capt. William D. Wilkins, Assistant Adjt. General.
Capt. HENRY M. WHITTELSEY, Assistant Quarter Master.

1st Lieut. SAMUEL E. Pirtuan, Aid-de-Camp to Brig. General Williams.

NUMBER OF REGIMENTS AND COMPANIES.

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First Regiment Infantry, three months.
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Second
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Fourth

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Sixth,
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Eighth
Ninth
Eleventh
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Mechanics and Engineers, three years.
First

Cavalry, three years. Second

Third 3

First Company Sharp-Shooters, 3 years, 1st Regt. U. S. S. S. Second

2d Coldwater Light Artillery, three years. Battle Creek Engineer Co.,

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