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220 TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess.II. C1-1.54. 1838, Arrearagesfor For arrearages for the year eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, six 1837. thousand seven hundred and forty-nine dollars and ninety-eight cams; Watchman. For compensation of two watchmen, six hundred dollars; A d': f F r com ensation to the Auditor of the Post Office thre th · ¤·»9‘· ?>'?l=·?’- sofa, P ’ ° Clerks and For compensation to clerks and messengers in said office, lilly-five m°S*°”E°”- thousand five hundred dollars; I Contingent For contingent expenses of said office, including the expense of °¤’°¤$°“· uarterl books, stationer , rintmg, ay of laborers, and arreara e or expenses incr en e occupa ron o e new office seven thousand q y' 'd taltothy P f pfth m hg four hundred and thirty-seven dollars; , Surv’r. Gerrl. For compensation of the Surveyor General northwest of the Ohio, N·W·°f Ohm- two thousand dollars; Clerks, 1836, For compensation to clerks in his office, per acts of ninth May, °l’”l’· 6”· eighteen hundred and thirty~six, six thousand three hundred dollars; fgvmpogepglj mfpgslpggrgngpfgpg to the Surveyor General for Illinois and Missouri, Missouri. . ’ . . Clerks. For compensation to clerks in the office of said Surveyor General, per acts of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three thousand two hundred dollars; °i§¤X;;;u¢:`·;¤’l· For compensation to the Surveyor General of Arkansas, two thousand ' dollars · Clerks. For dompensation of clerks in the office of said Surveyor General, three thousand dollars; Surv’r._G¤n’l. For compensation of the Surveyor General of Louisiana, two thou- °f L°“““““" sand dollars; Cl¤¤l¤¤· For compensation to clerks in the office of said Surveyor General, per acts of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, four thousand three hundred dollars · S¤ry’r: qos'!. For compensation df the Surveyor General of Mississippi, two thou- °l` M*”“¤PPl· sand dollars; Clerks. For compensation of clerks in the oflioe of said Surveyor General, per acts of the ninth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, five hundred dollars; ‘ 0i$nXy’x‘;gen’l· For compensation of the Surveyor General of Alabama, two thousand ”‘ "· dollars · 9Cl·gglg¤» lgiugo For hompensation of clerks in the office of said Surveyor General, ’ ,'_* ° ‘ · per acts of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, including one dgdlzlppnal thousand five hundred dollars for additional clerk-hire in preparing the

 *` °‘ suiéyey and rptprn of the Cherokee cession, two thousand eight hundred

an twenty dollarsd§¤p*£pdSi¤n’l- d {br compensatioh of the Surveyor General of Florida, two thousand ’ dollars· Clerks. For lzompensation of clerks in the office of said Surveyor General, _ two thousand dollars; °,9;¤'{)¥£g¤§°!l§* _ For compensation to the Commissioner of Public Buildings in Washhfsll “‘xnpon, two thousand thrple hundred dollars gh C . ssimnes, or compensation to t ree assistants to the ommissioner, as super- &·°· intendent of the Potomac bridge; for the expense of oil for the lamps, one thousand nine hundred and l`orty-two dollars and lilly cents; dgxggz? t For compensation to the officers and clerks of the Mint, twenty thoulsand (our hundred dollars; I-Qlgorerstend For pay of laborers in the various departments of the Mint, and for °°“°‘”g°“ °"l" contingent expenses, fourteen thousand six hundred dollars;

 sign For compensation to the officers and clerk of the branch Mint at

at Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina, six thousand dollars; Laborers. For pay of laborers in the various departments of the same, three thousand six hundred dollars;