North Carolina Newspapers

    VOLUME . V.J
NEW BERN, Nl C. SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1 822.
NUMBER 2 J 8.
..... Ami tenen WEEKLY BY
fH.M - -
PASTE UR WATSON,
At p per aunum half jin advance,
BY AUTHORITY
AN ACT makinz Appropriations for
'.k cnooort of Government fqr.the
r one thousana eigiu nunurcu
ind tvrenty-two, and for! other pur-
oosps. f !
Te it enacted by the Senate and
nf Revreseniatives of -the Urn-
tatfi of Americain Congress as-
r,n Urn
I hat tne lonowiug sums ue, i
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ttar onehousand eight hundred and
cnty-two; that is to say j:
Fur compensauuii, giamt Lfjfia,i
i O .nnl IlnncA nf RpnrntPn. I
tan. . - i . . .
ifiLx: ineir omcers, juu auuiua iu, i
of ttfo himdred and fourteen thousand
and sixtv-seven dollars and fourteen
onf two hundred and one thousand
v.. hnnHred and twenty-one dollars
knd eisbiv-six cents. -:
For the expenses of fire wood, sta
tionary, printing, and all other con
tjjipent expenses of the two Houses
of Congress, forty-live thousand uol
lars. 1 . ...
For the expenses of the Library of
Congress, including the librarian's
allowance for me vear, one monsanu i
nine hundred and fifty dollars.'
For books for the Library, one
thousand dollars.
For compensation to the V ice Pre-1
sident of the .United States, live. thou-1
sano nouaFs.
i jn
For compensation to the Secretary
of State, six thousand dollars.
For compensation to the Clerks in
the Department of State, byhe Act
of twentieth April, one thousand eight
hundred and eighteen, fifteen thou-
tand nine hundsed dollars.
For compensation to the messen
gers in said department, including the
messenger in tie Patent Office, nine
nunarea anu sixty dollars.
For the contingent and incidental 1
expenses oi the uepartmen! of Nate,
tatludin? expenses of publishin'2 the
Foreign correspondence of the confe
deration Congress, for extra copying
of papers, and a deficiency in the ap-
propnauon lor printing the secret
journals of the old Congress, t'wenty-
f ur thousand fom hundred and ninety
twj dollars, and hfty-six cents.
l or compensation to the Secretary
01 the treasury, six thousand dv!Iars. j
ror compensation to the clerks in
ice otnceol the Secretary of the Trea- I
tury, ten. thousand -dollars.
lor compensation-to the mpsspn.
pers in said offioe, one thousand and
u..y aonars. in lull ot all allowances. J
ror compensation to thei rirst
"'inpiroiier 01 the I'reasurv, three
tootisand five hundred dollars.
For compensation ta the c!pr in
te c.Sce of the First Conptroller,
P?r act of twentieth AnriL one thou-
fcnd ei.-ht hundred and eii-btten.
enleen thousand eight hundred and
ty dollars.
, r or compensation to the messen
p m said office, seven hundred dol
trs, in full of arUliowances: "
rjjr compensation to ihe Second
Uaptroller of the Treasury, three
fcausand .dollars. . - . " ;
for compensation to the clCTks'in
oe oftce of ths Second Comptroller,
-act of tLe tvventietjicf April, one
asand eight hundred and eighteen,
": nf lJioasand seven hundred and fifty
For
romnensation to the messpnrrpp
, 1 - O
tefi ,ce' scven hundred dollars,
Wcl all allowances. ;
i-r compensation to the First Au
"";.rcf the Treasury, three thousand
t . -
Pcnwtion to the clerks in
"ce of the First Aaditqr, per Act
ii j . . 1 . num. .out: iuuu-
ii hun,1red and'eighteen, i
r auand two hundred dollars.
i nuinirpri nrt iirhfppn. fir.
h .Pensation to the messenger
fnii r ' ssven hundred dollars,
aaJ the same are nereoy, rtpecuriy i thousand eigm nunarea anu eigiueeij,
,nrmuriated for the service of the fifteen thousand and fifty dollars.
For compensation, to "the President pri said officsev:en"ijaiidrd dollars,
of the United Stales, twenty-five thou- I in-full-of ali afleva?ices ,t?lv '
sanu uonars. . . -.i .r or coniW&simnn 10 uie i rrasurrr
1 cf
for wsipensduuii, u uie luiiu
r , . , a- .t. c i
h Auditor of. Uie lreasury, three tnou
sand dollars. : -j V'! ; v. t Kper act of twentieth April, one thou
::Fo'r com perisatiori-to the clerks, iriisand eight hundred and eighteen,
the office of the Second Auditor, sil twenty-three thousand dollars.
iceu iiiuuaiiu iwo uuuuicu uuiidis. v; r or, compensation ro me messen
For compensation to the messenger gers in said office, one thousand and
in said office, seven hundred dollars,
in full of all allowances.;
4 For compensation to the Third Au-
ditor of the Treasury, three thousand
dollars. ' . "
For coropensation to Hie clerks in
the office of the Third Auditor, per'
Act of the twentieth of April, one;
thousand eight hundred and eighteen,,
tnr'entv-cieht thousand six: hundred;
dollars. .
For compensation to the messeri -
fifers
fift
I Auditor of the Treasury, three thou-
san(j dollars. " - - ' ;
r0r compensation to the clerks tn
the office of the Fourth Auditor, per
ACt or tne iwennem oi prii, ,ue
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For compensation to the messenger
jn said office, seven hundred dollars, j;
Jn Jull 0i aji iiuvuicc.
t." .o-jrTn f-A tlio FifMl A II-
aitoronne lreasury, imcc uiuusauu
m '
dollars.- '
.For compensation to-the clerks in
the office of. the. rifth Auditor, per
Act of ' the twentieth ot April, one
thousand' eisht hundred and eighteen,
ten thousand five hundred dollars.
For two'clerksto complete the du
ties of the Commissioner of the Re
venue, transiexreu 10 iue uuh.k i mi-
i . . i n-: i.
Fifth Auditor; tv 6 thousand live hun
dred and fifty dollars
For one clerk on. tne business of
the Agent of tile Treasury transfer-
redio the oiace pr.rne rmu vuunor.
one fhousand- one hundred and fifty
dollars
: For compensation to tlieniesssnger
of tht United States, three thousand
dollars
For compensation to the clerks in
the office of the Treasurer of xhe
United States, per Act of twentieth of
4 . i . i -,1 :.,u
pni,one iiiousdiiu ciui nuuuitu
and eighteen, five thousand two hun-
dred and fifty dollars.
For compensation to an additional
clerk, as allowed by act of appropri
ation of one thousand eight hundred
and nineteen, and one thousand eight
hundred and twenty.; and also, ror.au
assistant to the chief clerk, ouelhuu-
sand two hundred dollars.
r or compensation to the messenger
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in SKtd otuce, seven uunureu uouars,
in full of all allowances.
For cewnpensation to the Commis
sioner of the(jeueral Land Office,
three thousand dollars.
' For compensation to the clerks in
the omce ot said commissioner, per
Act of twentieth of April, one thou-
sand eight hundred nd ei'hten.
twenty - two thousand five hundred trid
fifty dollars.
Frr rnmnPiKntinn to the mpssenrr er
in said office, seven; hundred dollars,
in fi' n ;JI
For coinpensatioivto the Register osf
the lieary, thiee thousaud dollars.
For compensation to the clerks in
the office of the Register, per Act of
twentieth of April, one, thousand
'eight hundred and eighteen, twenty
two thousand five hundred and fifty
dollars.
For compensation to the messenger
in sid office, including the allowance.
for stamping ship's registers, eight
hundred dollars, in full of all allow
ances. For compensation to the Secretary
of the Commissioners of the Sinking
Fund, two hundred and fifty dollars.
'For allowance to; the person em
ployed in - transmitting passports and
sea-letters ; for expense of translating
foreign languages, in'lhe office of the
Secretary of the. Treasury; for sta
tionery; fuel, printing, 'and all other
incidental and contingent expenses in
the Treasury Department, and the
several office therein, -including the
expenses of statin? and printing the
public accounts for the year one thou
sand eiuht hundred and twenty-two,
thirtv-six thousand. dollars. -
For allowance to the surperinten
dant and four - walchmpii, employed
for the security dt the State and Trea
sury buildings;-" for trie repairs of en-ginc-,
liose, and buckets, one thousand
nine hundred dollars. '
' For compensation to the Secretary
sou
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in Jsaia omce, one uwumuu iu umeraiui x urcnasesjninree mousana
v dollars, in full of aU aUowances.ij dollxs. - ; y . f ;
For 'comDensatioh to the r ourtli ; A Jcompensation Jto the clerks in
War, six thousand dollars.
For compensation to the clerks in
- t the office of the Secretary - of War.
nfty dollars. . -T -.- " -
1 - For compensation to the Pavmas
ter GeneraL two thousand five hun-
di ed dollars.
,Fpr compensation to the clerks in
J the office of the Paymaster General,
four thousand two hundered and fifty
dollars. - ; f
For compensation to fhe messeri-
per aid office, seven hundred dbl-
ilar-fn full of all allowances.
i For compensation to the Commissary
J the office of the Commissary general
j of Purchases; tSxo thousand eight han-
dred dotiais.
. For compensation to the messen
ger in said office, seven hundred dol
lars, ir full of alf allowances.
For compensation to the clerks in
the office of the Adjutant General,
two fhousaDd one hundred and fifty
dollars. .
Fbr compensation to t"he clerks in
the office of the Ordinance', two 'thou
sand nine 'hundred and fifty dollars. ,
For compensation to the clerks in
the office of the Commissary General
-of Subsisrence, two thousand one hun
dred and fifty dollars. ",' v -
For compensation to the elerks in
the EmineeF Office, two thousand
lone hundred andfiffv dollars. -
For compensation td the cl'f-k ui
t the office of the Surgeon General, one
thousand one hundred and fifty dol
lars. .. .
For contingent expenses of the war
Department including fuel, stationary,
and other
contingent
expenses, six
thousand dollars.
For compensaticn to the Secretary
of the Ma vy, six thousand dollars.
For compensation to tle clerks in
the office of the Secretary. of the Na
vy, per act of Anyptieth of April, one
thousand eight hundred and eighteen.
eiht thousand two huodieQ dollars.'
For compensation to the, messeu
: gers in said office, one thousand and
! thousand and fifty dollars, in full of
jail allowances.
For the contingent expenses of the
'Said office tvto thousand dollars. ' h
For compensation to the Commis
sioners of the Navy Board, tea thou-
r sand five hundred dollars.
For compensation to . tlie Secretary
,to the Commissioners of the Navy
I Board, to thousand dollars. !
j For compensation to the clerks in
the office of the Commissioners of the
;Navy Board, per act of twentieth
April, one thousand, eht hundred
and eighteen, three thousand, five
hundred, and fifty dollars.
For compensation of three clerks
and a draftsman, as allowed by acts
of appropriations since the first of Ja
nuary, one thousand eight hundred
and nineteen, four thousand dollars.
F01 compensation to the messen
ger in said office, seven hundred dol
lars, in full of all allowances.
For the contingent expenses of said
office, two thousand dollars.
: For allowance to the superintendent
and four watchmen employed for the
security f the War and iNavv build
ings, .and for the incidental and con
tingent expenses, including oil, fuel,
and candles, two thousand and sixty
eijjht dollars.
For compensation to the Postmaster
General, four thousand dollars.
For compensation to two Assistant
Postmasters General, five thousand
dollars. - -
I For compensation to the clerks in
the General Post Office, per act of
twentieth April one thousand eight
hundrtd and 'eighteeen, twenty-two'
thousand seven hundred dollars.
I For compensation to the messen
gers in said office, one thousand and
fifty dollars, in full of all allowances.!
j For contingent expenses of said
office, four thousand dollars.
I For compensation to the Surveyor;
General, two thousand dollars.
For compensation to the clerks in
trie office of the Surveyor -General,
twx thousand one hundred dollars
For
For. compensation to the Surveyor
ith cf Tennessee, two thousand'
dollars.
For compensation to the clerks in
the office of said Surveyor, one tboa-
snd seven hundred dollars.
For compensation to the Surveyoi
in Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas,
two thousand dollars.
For compensation to ' the clerks in
me oruce or saiu surveyor, two tnou-, 01 uecemoer last, .forty-seven, inou
sand doilars. a 'r. -.'- :: j. j nd six huiulrcd and forty-seven dol-
f or compensation fb the Survejoir
in Alabama, two thousand dollars, f
For compensatiori to the clerk in
the office of the Siirvevor iu Alab-
ma? one thousand five hundred dol
lars. ;.;..'' ."
For compensation to the late Com
missioner o the Public Buildings
Washi ngton City, four hundred and
sixty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents, J
r ur. compensanon to me orticeri
and clerk in the Mint, nine thousand
six hundred dollars.
. For persons employed in the dil-
lerent operations of the Mint, ninel
inousaua ana nrty dollars.
For incidental and contingent ex
penses arid repairs cost of roachinem
j'f'i'.'iii! i : . .ifi
uiju lur auowance oi wasieage in m
.old and silver coinage of the Mint
eight thousa: one hundred dollars.
For compensation to the Governor
Judges and Secietaiy, of the Arkaiii
sas teri uory, six thousand six hundred
dollars. . J
For the contingent .expenses of said
territory, three hundred and fifty dol
lars.
.For
compensation to the Cover-!
nOr,; Judges,'; and Secretary, of thej
Michigan Territory, six thousand six
hundred tlolfars. i
For the contingent expenses of ?aid!
territory, three hundred and fifty dol-j
For" compensation to the Chief Xus-;
lice, - the Associate Judges, and Dis4
trict Judges', of the United. States, in-
eluding the Chief, Justice, .and Asso-j
ciate . Judges of the District of Co-!
lumbia, seventv-eioht thousand -two!
hundred dollars. ' j
For compensation to the Attorney
General of-the United States, three
thousand five hundred dollars.
For compensation to the clerk in
the office; of the Attorney General,;'.
eurht hundred dollars. J S!
'For compensation to the Reporter I
of the decisions of the . Supreme;-
Court, oie thousand dollars. I
For compensation to sundrj' Dis
trict Attorneys and Marshals, as gfant-l
ed bV law, including those in the se
veral territories, cin,t thousand niiie
hunilred and fifty dollars. ... ' .1
For defraying the expenses of the i
Supreme, Circuit, and District Courts .
of the United Statcy, including the
District of Colunibia, and of jurors
and witnesses, in aid of .the funds a-
rising from .fines, penalties, and for
feitures and for defraying the- ex-
penses of prosecutions for offlnces
against the United States, and. for the
safe keeping oi prisoners, thirty thou
sand dollars. '
For the payment of sundry pen
sioners granted by the rate and pre
sent government, two thousand nine
hundred and forty-eeven dollars and
ninety-nine cents. . .
. For making good a deficiency in
the xund for the relief of 'seamen,
thirty thousand dollars.
' For the support and maintenance
of iiglit houses, beacons, butys, and
stallages, including the purchase and"
transportation of oil, keeper's' sala
ries, repairs, and improvements, and.
contingent expenses, forty one thui
sand otfe hundred and four dollars and
sixty-eight cents, in addiau to an
unexpended balance ot litty-tnree
thousand four hundied aijd- twtntyr
six dollars and 5ity-two cents.
For1 rebuilding Vuj light hoiise 011
Fayei weather Jsl;ind, which was blown!
down in the gale of third September
last, three thousand dollars. V
s For! building a ligiiit house cn the
Bodkin, and two light houses on IVoilh
Point, in AlaiylatiJ, in addition to
the suais huettifoi appropriated for
tiio.se objectsix thousand sit huii
dred dollars. -
For :p!iicing buoys in the chajjnls
through the shoals of CaJ.e liatteras,
and'Cpe Lookout, and' in the chan
nels t li ro ug h t ).e FA i ng I'an Sho a Is ,
and over the birs at UcracocK una
Cape Fear, one t lie usantf six hundred
dollars
For stationery, books, &c. tor the
offices of Commissioners ' cf Loans,
six thousand nine hundred and sixty-
nine dollars and sixteen cents. ;
For surveying the publip lands of.
trie'-United States, actually perfoiraed
in one" thousand eiglit hundre4 and
twenty-two, one hundred thousand
dullars. ' '
For payment to John Trumbult,
for paintings commernorative of the
most important events of die revolu
tibrr, six thousand dollars." ' ' '
For the prohibition of the Slave
Trade, being the amount carried to 1
V the Surplus. Fund on the thirty-first
j lars and sixty-seven cents.
For the payment of balances due
to officers of ibe old internal revenue
and direct tax, fourteen thousand fiftj
&ix dollars and ten cents.
' For the discharge of $uch miscel
laneous claims against the United
States not otherwise provided for, a
shall be admitted in due ciurse of
settlement at the Treasury, six them
sand dollars. ' . . .
For the salaries of the Ministers of
the United States to London, Pi ii,
St. Petersburg, Lisbon, aiid Madrid,
with the salaries of their several e
crttaiies of Legation, and htt sala
ries of the Charge des Affaires at tin)
.Hague and at Stockholm, si ty -four
thousand dollars.
For an outfit to a vMiiiisterLat.Lui
bon, niue tliutuand doM.tis. -
Forthe contingent expenses of those
niU'sions ten thousand dollars.
For expenses 'of carrying into ef
fect the fifth, sixth, aod seventh ar
ticles of the Treaty of Ghent, con
eluded 'On nlie ivveiity-fourth of De
cember, one thousand eiht hundred
ad fourteen including the compel
j sation of the'-coinmissioners, agents'
and surveyors, and trteir contuiget
expenses, twelve thousand five hun
dred dollar. a
For the salaries of the Comtnis
sidners, Secretary, cleik, and messeo
ger, together nith the contingent exr
penses of thegtwo tonnnissions under
the treaty with Spain, of the twenty
second of Febfuary, one thousand
eight, hundred and nineteen, thirty
thousand dollars.
For the expense of ascertaining the
longitude of the Capitol,-to wit : For
the compensation to William "Lam
bert, two thousand dollars; to Wil
liam Elliot, five hundred dollars ; to
Oswald Dunn, one bundled dollars ;
and for contingent expenses three
! hundred and sixty dollars and ninety
two cents. ! :
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted.
That the several sums.. hereby apprui
pnatedshall be paid out ot any mo
ney in ! the lreasury not otherwise ,
the
appropriated ; Provided, - hoiceuer,
"1 hat no mpneyappropriatedsby thik
net, T by. the act making appropna-
ti ins- lor the military service of-the f
United j States, for the year eighteen
hundred Uiid twenty-two, and'towards
the service of the year eighteen hun
dred and. twenty-three, shall -'be paid ;
to any person for his compensation,
who is in arrears to the United States,
until such person shall have account
ed for, ao'l paid At tn, the Treasury,
,-ll sums for which he may be liable;
Procidvd, further, 'lliSt nothing in
this section contained shall extend to.
balances arising solely lit hi the de
preciation of 'I reasury Notes received
by such person to be X;cnded in the
public servi. e ; but,'in all cases where
the ;pay or salary of any ner5on is
withlieid in pursuance of this act, it .
shall be the duty ok the accounting
officer, if jitmanded by the party, his
aeiit, orat'ornry, to report foith with j
to the ngt fit of .the T'uiy I'ej ait
tncnf, the .balance due; and it sl.nlj '
be the dot) of sairi hiiI, withinsixly
days dieHfter, to order suit to be
c nnxm d gainst &uch dthntjutnt
and his suieties.
Sec. 3. And be it further ennctid,
That'lhe experis tor postage itiruritd
by marsliais in taking ;i.d Mtuining
the ft uith census of the L'nitt d States,
hot exceeding two thousand dollars
be paid out ol an urn xpend d baSarce
ol'-an ; pprojrition foi dt tidying (he
expriise of the U urth 1 m nieiation of
the' itdjo'hittnts of L i.ind Males. .
PJ1ILIP P. BAhIK)UIt,
Spcakci i l the UuuSe of lrpresenta
lives. : I
J ( 11 X G A I L L A TI D , ; " ,
President of tlie .Senate, pro tmipore
Apiil-?0, j.r(ed,
JAM La MOM'tOl-:.
AN ACT to lethal the fouiternth
I action of :n A.ct to r-t)iici ;mfL
j fixtheiniliti.rv prjce estilblihmeut,
v passea the secViuj d:iy of iMarch one
inousbiiu eigm uunureu auu iweniy-
one.. ' j "
lie tt enacted by j the Senate and
Ildziserf Representatives of the Uni
ted States of America in Cvn grist as .
ttVtbhd, j I hat the fourteenth section
f the act, entitled "An act to reduce
nd fix the" military peace estahtish-
ent7 passed the second day of
March, one thousand eight hundred
and twenty-one, be, and the same b
iereby, repeared.
Approved Max 7, 1822.
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