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TABLE 3.

Statement showing the amount disbursed in each year, from 1807 to 1861, on

the rarious public buildings purchased, constructed, or constructing, under the Treasury Department.

From 1843 to 1861 the disbursements in this table are for the fiscal year ending June 30.]

Year.

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1834 1835 1836 1837 1838 1839 1840 1841 1842 1843 1843 to 1844 1844 to 1845 1845 to 1846 1846 to 1847 1847 to 1848 1848 to 1819 1849 to 1850 1850 to 1851 1851 to 1852 1852 to 1853 1853 to 1854 1854 to 1855 1855 to 1856 1856 to 1857 1857 to 1858 1858 to 1859 1859 to 1860 1860 to 1861

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$119,853 32 328, 208 44 379,816 21 144, 200 00 259, 725 00 304, 716 32 286,597 00 159,451 13 123, 273 14 30,428 69 99, 648 08 337, 663 36 198,815 31 68,587 22 72,319 28 273,402 27 707,300 09 453, 365 64 572, 124 67

650, 929 20 1, 293, 907 71 2,044, 402 09 2, 213, 396 87 3,250, 429 93 2, 902, 014 71 1,871, 316 87

894, 003 98 850, 138 65

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None. 132, 500 00 166, 650 00 144, 000 00

75, 100 00 130, 191 31

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S. M. CLARK,
Acting Engineer in charge, Treasury Department.

Ex. Doc. 2-8

TABLE 4.

Statement showing the places where custom-houses, court-houses, and post offices have been finished since 1850, or in process of construc

tion, the revenue collected at each, and cost of collection, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1857, dr., with total cost of building:

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Belfast, Me..........

$5,052 05 Bath, Me* ..............

34, 094 08 Bangor, Me.............

1,131 36 Portland, Me ...........

288, 967 28 Waldoboro', Me ........

1,368 02
Wiscasset, Me..........

130 93
Burlington, Vt

8,581 70
Barnstable, Mass........ 1,462 75
Gloucester, Mass

58,461 61
Bristol, R.I.

17,901 74
Providence, R. 1........ 54, 750 36
Plattsburg, N. Y ........ 17,792 52
Wilmington, Del........ 2,004 95
Pittsburg, Pa.......

3,599 68
Cincinnati, Ohiot

81,380 34
Sandusky, Ohio.........

567 84
Toledo, Ohiof.

103,773 28
San Francisco, Cal.. ... 1,581,926 96
Ellsworth, Me

954 96
Portsmouth, N. H.

5,530 54
New Haven, Conn

252, 259 31
Buffalo, N. Y

10,140 53
Oswego, n. Y

6,149 09
Newark, N. J.

384 30
Georgetown, D. C....., 25,527 90
Alexandria, Va......... 7,297 17
Norfolk, Va.....

61,370 68 Petersburg, Va.......

53, 262 47 Richinond, Va.......... 101,781 21

$960 82 $2,002 30

4,784 36
8966 03

19,675 16
6,179 12 588 34
7,228 16 1,110 78
7, 703 77 5,745 65
10,490 55 745 48

2, 190 77
1,579 85
33, 155 38

2,251 29
13,843 43 9,352 10

35,575 82

87,719 30
3, 804 82 5, 722 61

8,631 10

134, 821 01
4,077 13 1,156 39
5,453 95 1,999 53

22,334 42
6, 755 98 46.827 67
12,065 49 9, 120 29
1,211 25 18,902 71

5,268 51
9,209 14
10.089 83
11,068 76
32, 59 60

$1,203 13 $799 17
2,501 02 2,283 34
3,237 65

5,728 38
12, 273 34 7,402 12

480 69 107 65

586 43 524 35 2,523 14 3, 222 51

394 45 351 03
1,086 19 1,104 58
842 27

737 58
9,037 50 24, 117 E8
1,141 60 1,110 29
3,181 00 6,171 10
13, 480 00 29, 095 82
25,249 13 62,470 17
2,670 26

3,052 35
8,060 00 571 10
31, 205 04103, 615 97

631 70 524 69
2,075 82 2,923 71
5,271 00 17,063 42
23, 118 92 23, 708 75
3,074 90 6,045 39
4,925 00 13,977 71
2,585 89 2,604 62
3,629 24 5,579 90
4,259 93 5,830 30
3,900 00 7,168 76
11,938 44 20,921 16

$161 65 $27,783 80

9,810 71
263,428 36

6,071 47
6,703 81
4, 481 26

10,139 42
51,849 10
14,502 15
64,860 12
5,073 46

7,672 33
23,334 96
142, 424 62

752 47
100,348 69
1, 283, 141 17

3,552 44

2,530 24
248,897 59
16,952 77

6,020 10
12,766 46
24, 134 63
7,665 19
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59,065 42
114, 429 93

$33,084 27

99,51 53
104,338 49
339, 724 54
24.324 68

2,200 00
52,556 14
33,370 80
49,858 32
26,535 75
249, 753 22
71,435 17
41,096 62
109,666 87
291,502 00
75,040 49
76,533 11
757, 456 68

23, 107 83
159,532 94
183,643 50
195, 426 91
125,943 92
159, 907 05
58,846 45
73,785 34
217.403 75

99, 664 88
254,763 35

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TABLE 5.

Statement showing the places where custom-houses, court-houses, and post offices hare been asked for but not authorized, the revenue col

lected at each, and cost of collection, for the fiscal yeur ending June 30, 1857, with the estimated cost of buildings.

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$1,675 61 $20,000

1,830 00 20,000
256
$158, 468 17

1,000,000
52
15,929 07

150,000
3,949 99

100,000
3 142, 579 50

200,000
816 15

20,000
21,326 17

50,000
459 41,829,584 29

2,000,000
17
26,340 06

200,000
17,520 49

1,000,000
615 24

100,000
110
5,783 53

100,000
4,917 01

100,000
420 91

50,000
15, 140 95

50,000
113, including 415, 256 55

500,000
Columbus. 1,033 62

50,000
5,577 74

50,000
10
1,479 78

50,000
4,060 89

50,000
7,252 08

50,000
20
264 63

50,000
4,224 65

150,000
30
11,331 96

50,000
10
4,930 33

50,000
14,345 83

50,000 513 19

50,000 4,596 51

50,000

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1,526 16

493 93

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1, 961 89 1,090 95

363 60

153 40

7,309 4,275 66 8,319 69 10,978 90

0,000 00 2,050 71 3,585 26 3,278 75

5,359 3 2, 221 93 4,927 43 7,700 15

6,495 99 2,717 90 4,927 43 7,700 15

50,000 50,000 5'), 100 50,000

13, 115,261 41

1, 298, 376 56 11,833,565 436,680 58 1,226, 107 76 336,150 86 869,950 90

12,740,500 76

3,505 61 6,560,000

S. M. CLARK, Acting Engineer in charge, Treasury Department.

Quincy, III
Alton, ill...................
Peoria, ili
Bt. Paul's, Minn ..............

210 20

Total..

* $122,033 40, amount of revenue from railroad iron in bond.

1 $26,883 90, amount of revenue Aom railroad iron in bond. $6,516 13, amount of revenue from railroad iron in bond.

$ 98,472 90, amount of revenue from railroad iron in bond. $10,323 50, amount of revenue from railroad iron in bond. Note.--These estimates are such as would be asked for, judging by others for like places and purposes.

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