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TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 202. 1842. 53} unexpended balances of former appropriations, fourteen thousand dollars, namely: For office of surveyor general northwest of the Ohio, four thousand five hundred dollars. For office of surveyor general of Wisconsin and Iowa, one thousand dollars. For office of surveyor general of Illinois and Missouri, four thousand five hundred dollars. For office of surveyor general of Arkansas, one thousand dollars. For office of surveyor general of Louisiana, three thousand dollars. For surveying in the State of Louisiana, to be expended at a rate Suweriug iu not exceeding eight dollars a mile, required in part to pay deficiencies L°“""““· in existing appropriations, thirteen thousand dollars. No. 29. Southeast Executive building: S. E. execu- For labor, two thousand two hundred dollars. five building. For fuel and light, three thousand seven hundred dollars. For miscellaneous items, one thousand nine hundred dollars. No. 30. In the Auditor’s olhce of the Post Office Department: Office ofAu- For blank books, binding, and stationery, two thousand and seventy- dim 0W1G P- six dollars and sixty-eight cents. · O*D°P‘*“m°“*• ‘ For printing blanks, eight hundred and eleven dollars and fifty cents. For labor, one thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. For continuing fourteen temporary clerks to January first, eighteen hundred and forty-three, employed under the act of September ninth, Sep:.9, 1841, eighteen hundred and forty-one, four thousand one hundred and eighty· °h· N two dollars and nineteen cents. For miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars. For blank books and printing, prior to May, eighteen hundred and forty-one, three thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven dollars and seventeen cents. Post Office Departmmt.—No. 31. For blank books, binding, and Post Offive stationery, one thousand one hundred and ninety dollars. D°l““`°m°m· For newspapers and periodicals, one hundred dollars. For fuel and oil, including arrearages, three thousand six hundred dollars. For miscellaneous items, one thousand two hundred and thirty- seven dollars. For printing, four hundred and fifty-three dollars. For labor, nine hundred and thirty-eight dollars. For one day watchman, three hundred and sixty dollars. For compensation of temporary clerks, thirty-five hundred dollars. _ United States DEM and Branches.--No. 32. For coinage expenses, bM¤$1:'¤l including materials and implements, fuel, new machinery and repairs mln, fphilu of old, die making, and wastage of gold and silver, at the Philadelphia delphia mint, fifteen thousand two hundred dollars. _ _ _ For house expenses, including water·rent and taxe , repairs, lighting, cleaning, and watching at the same, four thousand dollars. _ For office expenses, including stationery and postage, six hundred dollars. No. 33. For coinage expenses, including materials and implements, Brapeli mint ` fuel, repairs, and wastage of gold, at the Charlotte branch mint, one **G ”°"°· thousand two hundred dollars. _ For house expenses, including repairs, lighting, and cleaning at the same, two hundred dollars. For office expenses, including stationery and postage at the same, one hulrglred dollars. 1 d M d _ I G ts Branch mm o. 34. For coin e ex enses, including materi s an amp em n , fuel, repairs, and iv§age of gold, at Dahlonegir branch mint, six hun- “*D“m°“°"‘ dred dollars.