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Anditor's office during the year ending 30th September,

1849. Abstract of expenditures under the head of
contingent expenses of the navy, as settled at the

Fourth
Auditor of the Treasury, with copies of accounts of dis-

bursements for the benefit of the Indians. Report

of the Second
Auditor of the Treasury of the disbursement of moneys,

&c., for the benefit of the Indians. Report of the

Second
Auditor of the Treasury, with a statement of the claims

of the Cherokee nation of Indians, aceording to
the principles established by the treaty of August,
1846. Report of the Second Comptroller and

Second
Austria. Correspondence with the agent employed to

visit Hungary during the recent war between that
country and

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Black river. (See River.)
Badisco, the Russian minister. Report in relation to

the measures taken by the Secretary of State on
the memorial of the great grandnephew and attor-
ney of the heirs of General Kosciusko against

Alexandre de
Botanical specimens collected in the primitive region south

of Lake Superior. . Catalogue of -
Boundary line between the United States and New Mexi

co. Operations of the commission to run and

mark the .
Boundary line between the British and French possessions

in North America, as fixed by the treaty of Utrecht.
Extract of a letter from Mr. Everett, United States
minister at London, to Mr. Webster, Secretary of

State, relative to the
Bounty land warrants. (See Land.)
Brazos de St. Jago. Message of the President relative

to the commerce of the port of
British chargé d'affaires for Chili to the lady of the

American consul for Valparaiso. Correspondence
in relation to the resentment of an indignity offered

by the
British vessels between the Atlantic and Pacific ports of

the United States, and the granting of American
registers to British built vessels purchased by citi-
zens of the United States; also to an increase of
duty on British produce or manufactures. Corres-
pondence with the British minister relative to the
Irade in .

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British government for slaves deported in violation of the

treaty of September 3, 1783. Report of claims of

American citizens against the
British ships of war. Correspondence in relation to the

searching of American vessels by
British and French possessions in North America. Ex--

tract of a letter from Mr. Everett, United States
minister at London, to Mr. Webster, Secretary of
State of the United States, in relation to the

boundary line between the
Bronno Bronski, in relation to an improved variety of silk-

worms which he desires to have introduced into

the United States. Memorial of Count de
Bureau of Construction, &c., relative to contracts with

Mr. R. L. Stevens for the construction of a war
steamer, shot and shell-proof. Report of the chief

of the
Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repairs. Re-

port and detailed estimates of the ·
Bureau of Navy Yards and Docks. Report and detailed

estimates of the
Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography. Report and de-

tailed estimates of the
Bureau of Provisions and Clothing. Report and detailed

estimates of the
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. Report and detailed

estimates of the
Bureau of Yards and Docks. Abstract of offers for fur.

nishing articles coming under the cognizance, un-

der act of 3d March, 1843, of the -
Bureaus of the War Department during the fiscal year

ending 30th June, 1849. Statement of contingent
expenses of the several offices and

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California and New Mexico. Message froin the President

of the United States communicating information

and correspondence in relation to
California. Copy of the constitution of -
California, &c., accompanied by a report from Gilbert

Rodman, special agent. Report of the Secretary of
the Treasury, with correspondence, relating to the

security and collection of the revenue in ·
California; and also in relation to the condition of civil

affairs in Oregon. Message of the President of the
United States, with a report of the Secretary of
State, communicating further information in rela.
tion to the forination of a State government in

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California and Oregon. Reports of Generals Smith and

Riley, Lieutenants Talbot and Ord, Mr. Tyson,
and Professor Frazer, in relation to the geology

and topography of
Census board, of its operations since it was constructed.

Report of the
Census board, in answer to a resolution of the Senate of

March 18, 1850, in relation to contracts for paper,

&c. Report of the
Cherokee Indians. (See Indians.)
Chief of the Bureau of Construction, &e. (See Bureau.)
Chief Engineer. (See Engineer.)
China, under the act to carry into effect certain provisions

of the treaties between the United States and
China, and the Ottoman Porte. Report of the

Commissioner to
Choctaw certificates. (See Land.)
Clerks. (See Esecutive departments.)
Coast at the mouth of the Rio Grande. Report of Lieut.

Webster of a survey of the gulf :
Coast survey, showing the progress of that work during

the year ending November, 1849. Report of the

superintendent of the
Commerce and navigation of the United States for the

year ending 30th June, 1849. Report of the Re-

gister of the Treasury, of the
Commerce of the lakes. (See Lakes.)
Commissary General of the army for 1849. Annual re-

port of the
Commissary General of Subsistence during the year 1849.

Report of contracts by the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Annual report of the
Commissioner of Pensions. Annual report of the
Coininissioner of the General Land Office on the opera-

tions of that office during the year 1849. Report

of the
Commissioner to run and mark the boundary between

the United States and Mexico, parts 1 and 2.

Correspondence relative to the operations of the -
Commissioner of the General Land Office in relation to

the public lands in the Milwaukie land district.

Report of the
Commissioner of the General Land Office relative to the

land claimants of the land surrounding the Hot

Springs of Arkansas. Report of the
Comptroller and Second Auditor of the Treasury, with a

statement of the claims of the Cherokee nation of
Indians, according to the principles established by
the treaty of August, 1846. Report of the Second

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Corstitution adopted by the inhabitants of New Mexico,

with a digest of the votes for and against it; also,
a letter to the late President Taylor from Manuel

Alvarez. Copy of the
Cousul at Valparaiso. Correspondence in relation to the

resentment of an indignity offered at Lima by the
British chargé for Chili, to the lady of the Amer-

ican
Contingent expenses. (See Expenditures.)
Contracts authorized by the Treasury Department, &c.,

in 1849. Statement of
Contracts under the cognizance of the Bureau of Con.

struction, Equipment and Repair, from December

4, 1848, to November 14, 1849. List of
Contracts made by the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydro-

graphy, for the year ending 30th June, 1849.

Statement of
Contracts made and received by the Bureau of Yards

and Docks, since November 4, 1848. List of
Contract for furnishing annual supplies coming under

the cognizance of the Bureau of Yards and docks,

under act of March 3, 1843. Abstract of offers to
Contracts with R. L. Stevens for the construction of a

war steamer to be shot and shell-proof. Report of
the Chief of the Bureau of Construction, &., in re-

lation to the
Cantract for furnishing navy supplies, transportation of

stores, &c. Abstracts of proposals to
Coutracts made by the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing

for supplies for the navy during the fiscal year

ending June 30, 1850. Statement of
Contracts made under the authority of the War Depart-

ment during the year ending June 30, 1849. State-
ments by the Quartermaster, Commissary, and
Surgeon Generals, and Colonels of Engineers,
Topographical Engineers, and Ordnance

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Courts of admiralty against foreign vessels entering the

ports of the United States. Correspondence rela-

tive to suits instituted in
Cuba, or some of the provinces of Mexico. Proclama-

tion of the President of the United States, and
correspondence in relation to an armed expedition

for the invasion of
Cuba. Correspondence of the several heads of depart-

ments, in relation to alleged revolutionary move.

ments in
Cumberland dam. Report and estimate of Lieutenant

Colonel Long, in relation to the repairs of the

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Deaths in the United States squadron on the coast of Af.

rica, and the annual cost of that squadron. State-

ment of the number of
Defences. (See Frontier.)
Denmark. Correspondence with the Danish legation, in

relation to fitting out, in New York, the American
steamer "the United States," with intent, as al.
leged, to be employed in the service of the central

government of Germany, in its war against
Disbursements of the appropriations for the service of the

State Department, including foreign missions, du-

ring the year 1849. Statement of the
Disbursements made for the benefit of the Indians. State-

ments of
Dismissions. (See Navy.).
District of Columbia. Report of the annual expenses, for

the last ten years, of the judiciary of the
Duty on British produce or manufactures. Correspond-

ence with the British minister in relation to an in-
crease of -

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Electro-magnetic power as a mechanical agent for the

purposes of navigation and locomotion. Report of
Professof Charles G. Page, relative to his experi-
ments for testing the capacity, &c., of the

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Electromagnetic power as a mechanical agent for the

purposes of navigation and locomotion. Report of
Charles G. Page, relative to

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El Paso, from Fort Smith to Santa Fe, by Captain Marcy;

of an expedition into the Navajo country, by Lieu:
tenant Simpson; and of an expedition on the west-
ern frontier of Texas. Reconnaissances of routes,
by Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Johnson, and others,
from San Antonio to

14 64 1
Engineers, with a copy of P. T. Tyson's report on the

geology of California. Report of the Bureau of
Topographical

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Engineers, in relation to the commerce of the lakes,

American tonnage engaged, and the number of sea-
men employed thereon, &c. Report of the Bureau
of Topographical

10 48 1
Engineer of the army, for 1849. Annual report of the

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Chief

11 1 200
Engineers, with estimates, for 1849. Annual report of

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the Colonel of the Corps of Topographical

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