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TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sr:ss.II. Crr. 54. 1838. 219 For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand six hundred Ccnt.exp.` dollars; For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the Q,uar— Quartermastermaster General, seven thousand three hundred dollars; *0* G¤¤¤¤"¤l· For contingent expenses of said office, six hundred dollars; Cont. exp. For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the C0m· Oni Com’y. miss:-try General of Purchases, four thousand two hundred dollars; G¤¤’l·0f Pm`- For contingent expenses of said office, eight hundred dollars; ex . . . P. For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the Com- Oni Com’y. missary General of Subsistence, four thousand three hundred dollars; G°¤°l~ <>fS¤b· For contingent expenses of said office, two thousand six hundred Sgggfzxp dollars; i ` For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the Chief Fm: Chl¤YE¤· Engineer, five thousand six hundred and fifty dollars; gm°°" For contingent expenses of said office, including one thousand dol· Cont. exp. lars for expenses attending the removal of the office, two thousand dollars; For compensation to clerk and messenger in the office of the Surgeon 052 Surgeon General, one thousand six hundred and fifty dollars; G°”°"“l· For contingent expenses of said office, seven hundred dollars; Cont. exp. For compensation of clerks and messenger in the Ordnance office, Ordnance DHI eight thousand six hundred and fifty dollars; For contingent expenses of said office, nine hundred and fifteen dol- Cont. exp. lars; For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the Topographical 'l`<>¤¤sr¤1>hi¢¤l Bureau, two thousand five hundred dollars; Bum'"" For contingent expenses of said bureau, one thousand two hundred Cont- expand thirty-five dollars; For compensation of superintendent and watchmen of the northwest S¤p’dt- and executive building, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; ¥§'§l;mg‘;iS; For contingent expenses of said building, including rent of Bounty Comgnggnt Land office; Rrr improving the grounds for a new building; for land for expenses. the engine house, authorized by the act of March three, eighteen hun- 1837 h 33 dred and thirty-seven; and for the contingencies of the fire engines and ’ C ’ ‘ apparatus, five thousand three hundred dollars; For compensation of the clerks and messengers in the office of the Oti1Sec.Navy Secretary of the Navy, twelve thousand eight hundred and fifty dol- g;‘;;*(;;*“dm°“‘ lars; ` For contingent expenses of said office, three thousand dollars; Cont. exp. For compensation of the Commissioners of the Navy Board, ten C¤mmission’s thousand five hundred dollars; °f N°"Y B°¤Yd· For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy Board, two thousand Secretary. dollars; For compensation to the clerks and messenger of the Navy Board, Clerks and eight thousand four hundred and fifty dollars; m°”°"3°*’· For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand eight hundred Cont. exp. dollars; For salary of superintendent and watchman of the southwest execu- Sup’dt. and tive building, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; w'g‘xm22iEi·, . . . . . . gg For contingent expenses of said building, three thousand three hun- C0m_ exp, dred and fifty dollars; For compensation to three Assistant Postmasters General, por act Assis’t._P¢rsthird [second] July, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, seven thousand 3*38*;* gg; 5,; five hundred dollars; gm? f For compensation to clerks and messengers in the General Post Clerks and Office, forty-eight thousand six hundred dollars; "’°”°"g"”· For contingent expenses of said office, including four thousand dol- Cont. exp. lars for rent and fuel for the Auditor’s office, twelve thousand five hundred dollars;