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Army of the United States, for the year ending June 30, 1861. Annual

report of the sick and wounded of the...
Army, including the new enlistments under act of Congress of July

29, 1861. Table showing estimated strength of the regular.....
Army pensions. (See Pensions.)
Arrest of persons in Kentucky, and their imprisonment. Message

from the President, relative to the..
Ashburton treaty, establishirg the boundary line between the United

States and British America. Letter of the Secretary of State, with
papers, relative to the amount of money paid the States of Maine

and Massachusetts for yielding assent under the
Assay offices. Report of the engineer in charge of the construction of.
Attorney General, relative to the claim for payment of bills of ex-

change accepted by John B. Floyd. Letter of the....
Auditor's fice, for the year ending June 30, 1861. Report of opera-

tions in the First..
Auditor's office, for the year ending June 30, 1861. Report of opera-

tions in the Second..
Auditor's office, for the year ending June 30, 1861. Report of opera-

tions in the Third
Auditor's office, for the year ending June 30, 1861. Report of opera-

tions in the Fourth..
Auditor's office, for the year ending June 30, 1861. Report of opera-

tions in the Fifth...
Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department. Annual re-

port of operations in the office of the....
Auditor, in relation to war claims in Oregon and Washington Terri-

tory. Report of the Third ..
Auditor of the Treasury, transmitting copies of all accounts received

at that office from persons charged with the disbursement of moneys,
goods, &c., for the benefit of the Indians, from July 1, 1860, to

June 30, 1861. Letter of the Second
Austria and the Secretary of State, relative to the arrest and detention

of certain persons, passengers on the British mail steamer Trent.
Correspondence between the minister from...

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Back river, Virginia, July 25, 1861. Report of the destruction of

vessels in
Bank notes in District of Columbia. Veto message of President of

the United States on bill for circulation of one dollar, two, three,

and four dollars......
Banks in the different States at specified dates. Synopsis of the re-

turns of the.....
Banks in the different sections of the Union in 1856–57, 1857-'58,

1858-59, 1859-'60, 1860-'61. Comparative view of the condition

of the...
Banks, according to returns dated nearest to January 1, 1861. Gene-

ral statement of the condition of the....
Banks in the United States in different years, from 1851 to 1861, in-

clusive. General view of the condition of the...
Barometrical report of the survey of the north and northwestern

lakes. Annual..
Barometers. Comparison of lake survey.
Bark Augusta (See Slave trade.)
Battle at Shiloh, or Pittsburg Landing. Report from Secretary of

War of the......
Belmont, Missouri, November 9, 1861. Report of an action at
Bishop's improvement in the construction of ressels-of-war. Letter

of Secretary of the Navy relative to Martin
Blind. (See Deaf and dumb, and blind.

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Blockade of ports of States in rebellion. Circular instructions from

the Secretary of the Treasury to collectors, surveyors, and other

officers of the customs relative to the enforcement of the....
Blockade of ports of States in rebellion. Proclamation of the Presi.

dent of the United States declaring a..
Brigade officers nominated to the Senate for its confirmation January

14, 1862. Statement of number, &c., of
Breadstuffs and provisions exported annually from 1821 to 1861. Ag-

gregate value of
Brandies imported. (See Imported.)
British North American colonies. (See imports and exports.) Under

the reciprocity treaty in 1859-'60-'61..
Buildings, with statement of expenditures. Annual report of the

Commissioner of Public
Buildings. Report of the engineer in charge of the Bureau of Con-

struction in relation to the ventilation of the old treasury..
Buildings. Report of the engineer in charge of the construction of

territorial public
Building of the Navy Department for the year ending June 30, 1861.

Estimate of appropriations required for the southwest executive....
Bullion and specie. (See Imports and exports.)
Bullion. (See Coin and bullion.)
Bull Run. Report of battalion of marine corps in battle of......
Bareau of Construction. (See Construction.)
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. (See Medicine and surgery.)
Bureau of Provisions and Clothing. (See Provisions, &c.)
Bureau of Yards and Docks. (See Yards and docks.)

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California. Relative to the survey of public lands, discovery of mine-

ral deposits; sale of public lands, with cash receipts therefor for
year ending June 30, 1861; with costs of the survey of confirmed

private land claims to September, 1861, in....
California Relative to running and marking the eastern boundary of.
California, from 1857 to 1861, both inclusive. Amounts paid for in-

vestigating land titles in the State of
Cameron. (See President of the United Statse.) Relative to the arrest

of Simon
Cameron. Message of President relative to resolution of House of

Representatives censuring Simon....
Canada. (See Exports.) Imports, and under reciprocity treaty with

Great Britain...
Capital and labor. Remarks of the President in his annual message

respecting the assumed and true relations between .
Capitol extension. Report of M. C. Meigs, superintendent of
Carmack & Ramsay. Report of the Postmaster General relative to

the claim of....
Caralry forces of the United States, and volunteer cavalry mustered

into the service February 14, 1862. Tabular statement showing the-
Caw lands on Kansas river. Letter of Secretary of the Interior, with

reports of Messrs. Walsh and Coombs relative to half-breed....
Cents of former issue deposited at the mint for exchange for cents of

new issue to June 30, 1861. Statement of amount of
Cent, to June 30, 1861. Statement of amount and denomination of

fractions of the Spanish and Mexican dollar deposited for exchange

for the new
Chaplains. Letter of the President relative to the compensation of

certain Christian ministers voluntarily acting as hospital.
Chippewas, Choctaws, Chickasaws, Creeks. (See Indian agency.)
Claim of Cammack & Ramsay for damages. Letter of the Postmaster

General relative to tbe..

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Claims for damages done to private property by the United States

troops. Letter from the Secretary of War, with list of.........
Clothing and clothing materials, under advertisement of the Bureau

of Provisions and Clothing, April 4, 1861. Abstract of proposals

received for......
Coal. (See Navy)
Coffee for the use of the troops. Reports and correspondence relative

to purchase of extract of.....,
Coinage of the mint and its branches from their organization to June

30, 1861. Tabular statement and summary exbibit of the......
Coins of various nations. Statement of the denomination, weight,

fineness, and value of gold and silver....
Coin and bullion imported and exported annually from 1821 to 1861,

inclusive, and amount of importation over exportation and exporta-
tion over importation during the same years. Exhibit of the

amount of
Closed mails. (See mails.)
Colonization of persons released from service or labor under the act

of August 6, 1861, and of such free colored people as may desire it.

Annual message of the President recommending the....
Collectors, surveyors, and other officers of the customs, conveying

instructions relative to the enforcement of the blockade of southern

ports. Circular of Secretary of Treasury to the......
Collection of duties on imports and for other purposes. An act fur-

ther to provide for the....
Commissary General of Subsistence. Annual report of the..
Comptroller of the Treasury for fiscal year ending June 30, 1861.

Statement exhibiting outline of current business in the office of the

First .....
Comptroller's office for the year ending June 30, 1861. Statement

showing the operations of the Second......
Confiscate the property of rebels Message of the President informing

Congress that he had approved the act to
Construction, with tabular statements showing number of custom-

houses and marine hospitals purchased or built prior to 1850, date
of purchase, cost of purchase or construction to September 30,
1861 ; custom-houses, court-houses, post offices, marine hospitals,
and other works constructed since 1850, &c. ; the amounts dis-
bursed in each year, from 1807 to 1861, on various public build.
ings purchased, constructed, or constructing under the treasury ;
total amount of appropriations for each work; date and cost of pur-
chase of site ; the amount available September, 1860; amount ex-
pended for the year ending September 30, 1861; amount available
for current year; additional appropriations required for current
year ; date of contract; contract time of completion ; actual time
of completion ; contract price of construction ; and total cost of

the work, &c. Report of the engineer in charge of the Bureau of..
Construction, Equipment and Repair. Estimates for the year ending

June 30, 1863, of the Bureau of..
Construction, Equipment and Repair, under the head of "contingent,"

for the year ending June 30, 1861. Bills paid by the Bureau of....
Construction, Equipment and Repair. Abstract of report of Bureau of..
Construction, Equipment and Repair, made and received since date of

last report, November 22, 1860, to November 29, 1861. List of con-

tracts, embracing all under cognizance of the Bureau of...
Consular offices of the United States, for the year ending December 31,

1860. Statement of the amount of salaries and loss in exchange

paid to, and fees received from the.....
Consular offices with a salary of $1,500 each, either newly created, or

the compensation increased by act of August 2, 1861. List of......
Consuls and commercial agents appointed under act of August 2, 1861.

Letter of Secretary of State relative to...

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Contingent expenses of the navy and Marine Corps. (See Navy-Marine

Corps )
Contracts with Bureau of Construction. (See Construction.)
Contracts for naval supplies. (See Navy Yards )
Contracts, as relates to gun contracts of Schubarth. Letter of the

Secretary of War in answer to a resolution of the Senate, transmit-
ting so much of the report of Messrs. Holt and Owen, on the subject

of ordnance and......
Contracts and claims on account of ordnance and ordnance stores.

Report of Secretary of War with report of commissioners Holt and

Owen on investigations of......
Contracts for the army and payment of troops. Letter of the Secretary

of War relative to....
Copper at the navy yard, Washington, under advertisement of October

2, 1861. Scale of offers to furnish ingot
Courts to administer summary justice in insurgent States. Annual

message of the President relative to the establishment of.......
Court of Claims. Annual message of the President relative to giving

power to make judgments final to the.....
Court-houses, &c. (See Construction, &c.) Report of the engineer in

charge of the construction of..
Cotton exported annually from 1821 to 1861, inclusive, and average

price per pound. Quantity and value of ..
Cotton in its African possessions. Despatch from the United States

minister resident at Lisbon, touching measures taken by the gov-

ernment of Portugal to encourage the culture of
Corrections to be made in vol. 2 of Senate Executive Documents No. 1

of the 36th Congress, 2d session, &c., sent with President's Mes.

sage of December 3, 1860, to Congress. Table specifying....
Corrections to be made in the annual report of the Topographical Bu-

reau for the year 1860. Table specifying...
Cumberland, Brigadier General Sherman commanding. Return of

the Department of the
Cunard line. (See Revenue.)
Custom-houses. Report of the engineer in charge of the construction of.
Custom-houses in the United States for the year ending June 30, 1861.

Statement of the amount of moneys expended at the ...
Customs for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1861, with their occupation

and compensation. Statement showing the number of persons em-

ployed in each district of the United States for the collection of....
Customs for the year ending June 30, 1861. Report of the acting

commissioner of
Curritoman's creek, and an engagement with the rebels. Report of

the burning of a vessel at..

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Damages done by United States troops. (See Claims.)
Dead letters containing money registered, and articles of value other

than money registered and sent out for delivery to the writers and

owners thereof for the year ending June 30, 1861. Statement of...
Dead letters sent from and returned to the United States for the year

ending June 30, 1861. Amount of postage accounted for on foreign.
Dear and Dumb and the Blind in the District of Columbia. Report of

the board of directors of the Institution for the
Debt of the United States December 1, 1861. Statement of amount of

public....
Debt of the United States on the 1st of January in each of the years

from 1791 to 1842, inclusive, and at various dates in subsequent years
to July 1, 1861. Statement of the public.....

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Debt from March 4, 1789, to June 30, 1861. Payments made annually

on account of the interest and principal of the public...
Debt, interest on the public debt and redemption of the public debt

from March 4, 1789, to 1861. Payments made annually on account

of the interest and reimbursement of the domestic...
Defences of Maine. (See Maine.)
Delawares. (See Indian agency.)
Delta of the Mississippi. (See Engineers.)
Deposit accounts, receipts and judgments, and outstanding drafts, con-

densed from the treasurer's weekly exhibits rendered during the

year ending June 30, 1861. Statement in relation to the......
Director of the Mint. (See Mint.)
District of Columbia. Report of the board of directors of the Institu-

tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind in the
District of Columbia. Report of the inspectors, warden, &c., of the

penitentiary of the United States for the...
District of Columbia. Annual message of the President suggesting

the expediency of restoring the old boundaries of the ...
District of Columbia. Annual message of the President recommend-

ing relief for such as bave suffered from the rebellion in the........
District of Columbia. Message of the President approving act to

emancipate slaves in the
District of Columbia. Message of the President with his objections to

the bill to repeal that part of the act of Congress that prohibits
the circulation of bank notes of a less denomination than five dollars

in the
District land offices. (See Lands.)
Domestic produce (see Exports and foreign merchandise) exported to foreign

countries from June 30, 1846, to June 30, 1861. Statement of

value of manufactured articles of
Duties, revenues and public expenditures during the year ending June

30, 1861, agreeably to warrants issued, exclusive of trust funds.

Statement of.....
Dutiable merchandise. (See Merchandise.)
Duties. (See Imports, iron, steel, &c.)

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Eddyville, Tennessee, October 30, 1861. Report of an action at..
Engineer Bureau. Annual report of the chief of the.
Engineers. Annual report of the chief of the Bureau of Topographical
Estimate of appropriations, under cognizance of the Navy Department,

for the support of the Marine Corps for the year ending June 30,

1863. General....
Estimate of appropriations, under cognizance of the Navy Department,

for navy yards and other special objects for the year ending June

30, 1863. General...
Estimate for salaries and contingent for the Navy Department and

southwest executive building for the year ending June 30, 1863.

General.....
Estimate of expenditures for the postal service for 1862-'63..
Estimate of appropriations, under cognizance of the Navy Department,

for the support of the navy for the year ending June 30, 1863.

General...
Estimate of the pay and subsistence of the Marine Corps for the year

ending June 30, 1863. General....
Estimate from the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery of the navy for

the year ending June 30, 1863..
Estimates from the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing for the year

ending June 30, 1863..

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