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JOHN D. WHITESIDE & Milton CARPENTER, State Treasurers, in account with the State of Illinois.

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3,851 86

For amount received for redemption of de

By amount deposited in the State Bank of linquent lands and town lots stricken off

Illinois, from Ist Dec., 1810, to Ist Dec., to the State from 1st Dec., 1840, to the

1842, 1st Dec., 1842,

$2,011 32 By old State Bank paper received into the For amount received from minor heirs for

State Treasury for State revenue and redemption money during the above

burned, period,

195 90 By amount of Auditor's warrants drawn For amount received from revenue clerks, · 1,104 45

on the State Bank, and taken into the sheriff's

18,253 70 State Treasury by Milton Carpenter, collectors

263,633 49 towards the State revenue, and depositState Bank for

ed by him in the Auditor's office, half per cent. on capital stock owned by

By amount of postage bill paid by M. Carindividuals,

15,461 24

penter, Treasurer, on official letters, For amount received from the sale of

&c., for quarter ending 30th Septemseminary lands,

400 00 ber, 1842, For amount received from insurance com

By this amount remaining in the hands of panies,

300 00 M. Carpenter, Treasurer,

County Commissioners' Courts, for the tax of 1839, not regularly assessed,

3,700 00
For amount of interest allowed by the

Bank on Auditor's warrants received by
* the Treasurer, upon which interest was
not charged by individuals,

224 60
1842.

$305,284 70 Dec. 1. For balance due from M. Carpenter, $12,117

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The State Bank of Illinois, in account with the State of Ilinois.

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$294,190 93 By balance of principal due the State

Bank for warrants paid as per account

on settlement, Sept. 30, 1842. By balance of interest due State Bank on

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1842. Dec. 1. By balance of principal and in

terest due said Bank,

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$1,184 42

For balance of redemption money in the

Treasury on the 1st day of December,

1840,
For amount_received into the Treasury

from 1st December, 1840, to the 1st
December, 1842,

By amount of redemption money paid out from the 1st day of December, 1840, up.

to the 1st day of December, 1842, By this amount to balance account,

162 96 $1,208 44

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To this amount to balance account,

the above sum,

$294,190 93

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REDEMPTION ACCOUNT.

$1,371 40

$1,371 40

1842. Dec. 1. For balance of redemption mo- .

ney in the Treasury, this Ist day of December, 1842,

$1,208 44

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A slatement shewing the condition of the School, College, and Seminary

Funds on the first day of December, 1842.
Amount of school fund on the first day of
January, 1842,

$346,326 21 Amount of surplus revenue which was added

to the school fund, 4th March, 1837, 335,592 32 $681,918 53

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69,249 20

Amount of college fund on the 1st day of

January, 1842,
Amount of seminary fund on the 1st day of
January, 1842,

56,817 66
Amount received into the Treasury since the
1st day of January, 1842,

100 00

56,917 66

Total amount of school, college and seminary

fund,

$808,085 39

A statement shewing the amount of warrants drawn upon the State Bank

from the 1st day of December, 1840, to the 1st day of December, 1842, for the current expenses of the State, and charged to the following accounts, viz:

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Special appropriations,
Interest on school, college and seminary funds,
Wolf scalps,
Incidental expenses
State House special appropriation,
Interest fund,
Judiciary,
County Assessors,
Public Printing,
Circuit Attorneys,
Distribution of laws and journals,
The Militia,
Contingent Fund,
Bounty on silk,
Pedemption money,
Taxes refunded,
Appropriations to witnesses,

do for library,

do to counties,
Penitentiary Inspectors,
Public Binding,
General Assembly,
The Governor,
Auditor of Public Accounts,
Secretary of State,
Treasurer,
Attorney General,

$35,489 48 85,098 75 12,037 00

5,170 91 36,895 33 42,350 00 26,695 19 11,158 17 9,865 28 5,146 24 1,295 13 1,670 00 4,851 94 530 35

162 96 1,037 93

295 87 4,810 00 1,148 42

223 00 5,530 80 67,036 00 3,000 00 4,600 00 3,600 00 3,200 00 1,233 92

Deduct from the above sum, amount expended for special

disbursement, Leaves this sum disbursed for the ordinary expenses of

the Government,

374,401 19 106,896 21

$ 267,504 98

Total.

A statement of special disbursements from 1st December, 1940, to 1st December, 1842.
Appropriations.
For what particular item.

Amount.
Taking State census,

$5,265 59
Mileage of the Presidential Electors,

262 50
Special appropriations to individuals for sundry articles fur-
Special appropriations,
State House, and other bills,

4,906 30
Portraits of Washington and Lafayette,

1,000 00 Scammon's Reports,

4,454 00 Clerks of Board of Auditors and Public Works,

422 00

$ 16,310 36

900 00

Incidental expenses,

Sett of Books for the Auditor's office to transcribe into lands,
Furniture for Supreme Court room, for Auditor, Treasurer
• and Secretary's office,

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Completing Supreme Court room,
Agents selecting lands granted by Congress,
Agent estimating work and materials on the Alton and Mt.

Carmel Railroad,

Contingent fund,

290 00

3,206 57

Special appropriation for

State House.

Engraving bonds to settle with Bank of Illinois,

467 00 For work done and materials furnished for the State House, 29,885 33 To complete the State House,

7,000 00

36,885 33

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Additional revenue of 10 c. on each $100 valuation, set

apart for the payment of interest public debt, paid over

to Fund Commissioner,
For proceeds of Saline lands,
For Supreme Court and Legislative Libraries,

Total amount of special disbursements,

42,350 00 1,148 42

4,810 00 $106,896 21

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