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Contingent Fund—Continued.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what.

Amount.

$100 OU

66

6.

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

86

6

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 tu 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, 184,
July 8. To warrants to E. Abbott, in full, for publish-

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

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

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

66

140 00

2 00

100 00

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

100 00 100 00 9 00

Contingent Fund_Continued.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what.

Amount.

66

$ 320 00

260 00 310 00 200 00

66

467 00

22 75

2 00

3 00

1842. July .9 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 I'reasurer, 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 Bauk

paper

for taxes of 1842,
To warrants to P. B. Stone, in full, for pub-

Jishing the notice as above,
To warrants to 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,
Nov. 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,

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Contingent Fund_Continued.

Date.

To whom paid, and for what.

Amount.

$1 75

1842.
Nov. 5. To warrants to Stephens & Knodle, in full, for

publishing the notice in the Ruck River Re-
porter, prohibiting the receipt of the State
Bank paper, for the State revenue for the

year 1842,
11 To warrants to S. Francis & Co., in full, for

publishing the Governor's proclamation, for
the apprehension of J. Smith and Rockwell,
and for proclamation, prohibiting the receipt
of the State Bank paper for the State reve-

nue of 1842,
25 To warrants to Wm. D. Latshaw, for publish-

ing the Executive proclamation in the Wa-
bash Republican," prohibiting the receipt of
State Bank paper

for State revenue,
29 To warrants to A. N. Ford, in full, for pub-

lishing the Executive proclamation in the
Illinois Gazette," prohibiting the receipt of
State Bank

paper for revenue of 1842,

13 00

10 00

3 00

$4,851 34

1

A comparative statement of the Revenue of 1841 and of the year 1842.

Counties.

1841.

1842.

$10,256 20

Adams,
Alexander,
Bond,
Boone,
Brown,
Bureau,
Calhoun,
Carroll,
Cass,

Christian,
Clay,
Clark,
Champaign,
Clinton,
Coles,
Cook,
Crawford,
De Kalb,
De Witt,
Du Page,
Edgar,
Edwards,
Eitingham,
Fayette,
Franklin,
Fulton,
Gallatin,
Greene,
Grundy,
Hamilton,
Hancock,
Hardin,
Henry,
Henderson,
Iroquois,
Jackson,
Jasper,
Jefferson,
Jersey,
Jo Daviess,
Johnson,
Kane,
Knox,

$10,032 07

O

1,565 84

277 07 3,883 94 3,253 42 1,241 00

183 09 1,652 79 1,781 37

2,115 57

929 24 1,235 09 3,151 17 6,975 72 1,146 84

252 02 1,556 61

1,267 81 1,335 81

204 51 1,943 52 2,859 99 1,285 14

198 75 1,778 94 1,146 25

639 31 2,885 41

720 00 1,903 75 2,988 24 5,664 48 1,551 19

217 22 1,176 05

739 11 3,675 2! 1,136 75

227 16 1,143 38

5:27 49 5,250 49 3,518 51 4,251 10

957 37 464 23 5,111 77

291 16 1,815 88 2,094 24

589 04 1,465 01

195 68 1,126 90 2,560 58 1,147 72 845 25

578 36 4,242,65

3,365 88 1,194 45

6,450 75 2,780 96 4,069 64 1,140 60

493 78 6,568 77

300 30 1,651 64 2,117 39

872 94 1,350 35

263 00 1,323 34 2,714 79 2,537 37 801 54

701 91 4,626 76

Comparative statement of Redenue-Continued.

Counties.

1842.

$734 75

Kendall, Lake, La Salle, Lawrence, Livingston, Lee, Logan, Macon, Macoupin, McLean, McDonough, McHenry, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Menard, Mercer, Montgomery, Monroe, Morgan, Mason, Ogle, Peoria, Perry, Pike, Pope, Piatt, Putnam, Randolph, Rock Island, Sangamon, Scott, Schuyler, Shelby, Stark, St. Clair, Stephenson, Tazewell, Union, Vermilion, Wabash, Warren, Washington, Wayne,

1841.

330 80 5,487 13 1,726 08

282 40 1,716 17

5,653 20 3,087 04 4,294 96

510 35

995 37 1,890 84 1,807 08 1,979 26 1,684 66

$668 35

317 66 7,288 85 2,168 98

117 41 274 26 1,267 29 1,123 00 4,441 87 2,794 26 5,039 31

394 83 9,394 65

760 80 1,995 42 2,276 03 1,995 52 1,088 53 1,783 17 10,133 72

286 52

501 73 4,801 44 1,028 10 5,920 31 674 16

193 74 1,207 34 2,811 78 1,377 98 10,855 69 1,941 81 3,312 27 1,618 23 1,382 46 6,845 82

466 78 4,383 39 1,372 09 4,700 32 1,732 53 4,319 67 1,199 48 902 43

647 45

469 47 5,432 26 1,009 54 7,234 28

693 56 447 37 1,370 97 2,264 45 1,665 52 11,299 24 2,134 00 3,339 63

1,668 12

4,500 25 1,426 10 4,327 52 1,726 66 4,017 56 1,266 61 970 66

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