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'EWBEM. COIMi;BGipr: AQUICUlLTIJRAIi AND MTEBAIKY EITOEILMGENCEIS.
LIBERTY.. ..THE CONSTITUTION. ...UNION.
PUBLISHED . ;
BY TIIOSEVS WATSON.
At three dollars per annum payable in advance.
"""LAWS OF THE UINTED STATES.
yS6ED AT THE SECOND SES3I0N OF THE TWENTY-FIRST
N ACT-making, appropriations for the support of Go
vriiaient fo-ihe year one thousand eighi hundred a..d
thtity-one. , s ' - ' -.Be
it tr aded by the Stnatt and House of Representa
tive of the United States of America in .- Congress assent'
btd: i tiat lt lolli.-wing sum be, and the suieare h re
jv.'appiopriated, to he paid out of any unappropriated
.inJoey ih;the treasury, viz: 1. ,
. For pay ai,d milt-ae of the members of Congress and
deifies, three hundred aud ; seven thousand uine bun
drel and Sixty -eight dollars.
For py of the officers and clerks of both Houses, thi -(y.four
thousand three hundred dollars.
For stationary, fuel, printing, and all other incidental
and contingent expenses of the Senate, twenty-nine thou
sand six honored and eighty five dollais
For stationary, fuel, printing, and al! other incidental
and contingent expenses of the House of Rrpre.-enlHtives,
one hundred thousand dollar. The said two sums last
named t j be jij. plied to the payment of the ordinary ex
periditurs of tne Senate and House of Representatives,
severalty, snd in no eTther purpose.
Far salary or 'Triciprtl r.. J assistant Librarians
fflo thousand three 'hundred dollars.
For .cntit'K' Ht expenses of the Library, and pay of
Messenger, eigtu hundred dollars.
Fo." the purchase of books for the Library of Congress,
'five tii 'USHnd dollars. ' , -" - .
For compensation to the .President and Vice President
the United States, the Secretary of riale, the Secretary
of the Treasury, the Secretary of War, the Secretary of
the IN'vy, and the '.-PostinasteV General, sixty thousand
F'r Clerks and Messenger in the office of the Secre
tarv'of State, nineteen thousand io-ux hundred dollars.
For clerks, machines-, ' and messenger, in -he Pat nt
Ofuc. five thousand lour hundred dollars. .
For incidental and contingent expenses of the Depait
rnent of slate, including the printing and , packing thg
Jaws, twenty JhousHn-: dollars. ;
- I-'or cmpiling printing, and binding the biennial re
pisTer to the thirtieth September, one thousand eig.t hu
Tlred -and thirty one, in pusuauce of the resolution of
I ,-..rtr ,il tuion'ti vinh Ani-il finn thousand eiirht
(.Ulltl I JO -' . n J . C
hundred aud sixteen, one thousand dollars.
For storage of laws and'tlocuments, three hundred ai:d
ioi ty dollars. "'-. f
Fo contingent expenses of the Patent Office, to u it :
books, parch mev.t, stationary, -tod fuel, and including
xlra clerk hire, one thousand- five hundred and 'thirty
dollars- ' . , ' ,
Fi. repairs and improvements of grounds a.d buildings
of the Patent Offi.r, three hundred and sixty dcllars.
T'-r compensation if ile superinten lent and watch-Men
ci 4lie northeast executive building, eight hundred and
fif v dollars..
F ir s;itifyuig the claim of John Marshall, late super
'intfoaW of the War. and Navy huiWings, one bundled
and thiily sevtn liollarsi' .. ..
For contingent expenses ot sain nuuuiup, ihuui...5
fuel, labor, oil, repair of building, engines and buckets,
mid unprovement of ground, three thoua.!'i three hun
dre'd -diid fifty -dollars.'.-? A - .
For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the
Ofli;e of the Secretary of the Treasury, fifteen thousand
l'ou. ir!'d! ' d lollars.
For cfuipeiisatiori to the! First Comptroller of the
'Jreasuryl, thr-.-e :hou-,and five hunJred dollars.
For compensation ic the fie ks and messenger? in th
.'office of jthe First Compt oller, nineteen thousand one
Jiun red dollars. " r . '
For compensation to the, Second Cmj)trol!er of the
Tiea-ury, three thousand dollars.
For Compensation to th- clerks and messenger in tne
office of' the Second Comptroller ten thousand four hun
dred and fifty dollar'-, - ;
' For compensation to the First Auditor of the Irea
sufvi three tliousand dollars. ; m
For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the
r.(Q e of the Fir.-t Auditor thirteen thousand nine hun
dred dollars. C. . -
For compensation to the Second Auditor of the Frea-
;nrr lhrfp thousand dollars." 1
For compensation to the clerks and messeneer in the
office .,fh1P Serond Auditor sixteen thousand nine hun
dred dollars '
Tor compensation to the Third Auditor of-the Trea
nd dollars. : I
For compensation to thelerks and messengers in. the
officeof Mi Third Auditor, twenty-one thousand nine hun
dred 'and 'fifty dollars.'-.
; Fr compensation to the Fourth Auditor of the Trea
sury, three thousand dollars.
Tor c jmoens ition to the clerks' and i messenger
office of the Fo-iHh. Auditor, seventeen thousana seven
Iurinired and fifty dollars. ' f j
For compewsati 'm to the Fifth Auditor of the Treasury
three thousand dollars. :
I'm- ramnwst'inn n the clerks and roessenrer in the
office of j.e Firth Auditor, twelve thousand eight huu
dree' dollars. . '
For compensation to the Treasurer of the United States,
three thousand dollars. '
For corp)ensat!ion to the clerks and messenger in the
office of r lie Treasurer of the United States, six thousand
seveu h imlred and (If t r-en dollars. :
For compensation o the Register of the Treasury,
three thousand dollars ; "
For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the
. office ot the Register of the Treasury, twenty-four thou
sand two hundred dollars.
For compensation to the Commissioner of the General
Land Office, three thousand dollars. -
For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the
office of-the Commissioner of the Gen- ral Land Office,
twenty thousand five hundred dollars ; and for temporary
clerks, to enable the. Commissioner to bring up the busi
ness of his office, five thousand dollars;
For the commutation of five years full 'pay to Mount
' joy Bailey ; tA-o thousand four hundred dollars.
For compensation to: the Solicitor of the Treasury,
tbVee thousand five hundred dollars, j
For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the
office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, three thousand
iiine hundred and fifty dollars. I
For compensation to the Secretary to the Commission
ers of the Sinking Fund, two hundied land fifty dollar
For the expenses of stationary, printing, and ail other
incidental and contingent expenses of the several offices
of the Treasury Department, the following several .sums,
Forthe office of the Treasury, including advertising
and ' xtra copying, five thousand dollars.
For the office ot the First' Comptroller, one thousand
dollars.'.'. ' . ' .
For the office of the Second Comptroller, one thousand
hilars. . ?
For the office of the First Auditors eight hundred dollars.
For the office of the Second Auditor, eight hundred dol
For the office of the Third Auditor, one thousand dollars.
For the office of the Fourth Auditor, one thousand five
of the Fifth Auditor, one thousand dollars,
ce of the Treasurer of the United States,
i or the ofuce
tor the office
seven hundred dollar
i- For tne office of the Register of. the Treasury, three
"For the office of the Commissioner of the General
: Land Office, inciuding compensation for maps required
hy resolution of the Senate of twenty third ot February,
.we thoosahd eight hundred and twenty three, nine tnou
. For compensation for extra aid, during one thousand
'8n hundred hod thirty, in the issuing military lano
scrip, patents foundedon Virginia military surveys, and
writing ana recording patents for lands sold, four thou
, sand dollars" V
For theofficeof the Solicitor of the Treasury, including
. turcQase of lawbooks for hatoffice, two thousaod dollars.
For translations, and for Submitting passports and sea
otters, three hundred dollars.
" For slating and printing tne public accounts for the
year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, one thou
sand four hundred dollars.
For compensation f superintendent, and watchmen of
the southeast executive building, eight hundred aud fifty
For contingent expenses of said building, inciuding
fuel, labor, oii, repairs of building, engines and buckets,
and improvement of adjoining ground, three thousand
three hundred and fifty dollars. !
For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the
office of the Secretary of War, tweuty-one thousand six
hundied and fiity dollars. ) -
For contingent vxpehses of the office of the Secretary
oi n ar, three thousand dollars
For nooXs, maps, n?.d plans for the War Department
one thuu-and dollars. I
For compensation to the; clerks and messenger in the
office of ih Paymaster General, four thousand six hun
For contingent expenses of said office, two hundred
For compensation to the'clerks and messenger in the
othce of the Vomtnissary Gene al -of Purchases, four
t,.ouaiid tto bundreo dollars.
" For contingent expenses ot said office eight hundred
For compt t.sation to the clerks-in the office of the Ad
jutant General, two thousand nine hundred and fifty dol
; For contingent expenses of said ofilec, one thousand
dollars . .
For compensation to the clerks in the, office of the
Coinmiss .ry Gen- ral of; Subsistence, two thousand nine
hundred and fifty dollars, j"
For contingent expenses fjf said officr. including ex
penses oi advertising, two rtiousand six hunzted dollars.
For compensation to th clerks-in the office of the
Chief Engineer, two thousand nine hundred and fifty
dollars. j J '
rur contingent expenses;
of said office, one thousand
'wo hundred and seventy dollars.
For drawing- instruments, repairing instruments, pur
chase adi prtir books and Miaps, one thousand oue hun
dred and ninety dollars. j
For the service of a lithographer, aqd for materials
and repairs of the lithographic press, six hundred and
ilni y-ix doila-6. -
For .11 reari of the same, one hundred and twenty dollars.
For compensation to 'hejclerks in the Ordnance Office,
tVo thousan d nine hundred and fifty dollars.
For :o'itiug. nt expenses of -aid office, eigut hundred
Fui compensation to the clerk in the office' of the Sur
gtn General, eleven hundred and fifty dollar.
For contingent tXj-eni. of said offi:t , two huadrrd and
For compensation to the clerks in the offiV.e of the Q:iar-t-r
MaslerXJeneral, two thousand, one hundred and fifty
ohar.. ' j'
For contingent expenses of said office, six hundred dol
lars. ; "
! For (he salary of the suprin(e;:dent and watchmen f
the nor'bwest executive building, eight hundred and fifty
Foi contingent expenses! of said building, including
fuel, labor, oi!, repairs of building, and engines, an im
pi ovement of adjoining ground three thousand three hun
dred aiu bit v doirars. j
For compensation to the'clerks and messengers in the
office of (he Secretary of thej Navy, eleven thousand two
hundred an'J fifty dollars.
For contingent expenses of said office, three thousand
For compensation to the! Comroi-sioners of the Navv
Board, ten Uiougand five hundred dollars."
For compensation to the Secretary of the Commission-v-
f the Navy fcio.ird, two thousand dollars.
For compensation to the clerks, draughtsman, and mes
senger, in the office of the Commissioners of the Navy
Board, eight thousand four hundred and fifty dollars.
For contingent expenses Of the office of the .Commis
sioners of tb Navy Board, lone thousand eight hundred
For the salary of -.he superintendent of ihe southwest
executive bu;l-:in, and the watchmen, eight hundied and
fifty dollars. -j
For contingent expenses of said building, including
fuel, repairs' of building, engines, aud unprov ment of
ground three ihou-aud three hundred and fifty dollar.
For compena' ion lo the two Assistant Posluabsters Gen
eral, five thousand dollars, i
For conipensation to the clerks and messengers in the'
office of , the Postmaster General, forty one thousand one
hundred dollars. '. .'
For contingent expenses of said oce, seven thousand
five huudrt-d de-liars, ! -
For supeiirWtndency of the buildingsmaking up blanks,
and compensation to two watchmen and one laborer, six-
teeif hundred and forty do'Lvs.
For t onipensation to tne
extra clerks employed in the
the laie Pos; maste: General
Post OfficH Department, by
from the first ot January, One thousand eight ir.u.'idre and
twenty eight to the first of April, one tnousanu eight hun
dred and twenty ni .e, four thousand one hundred and
seventy five iiollars, twenty seven cents..
For compensation to the temporal y ctnd extra clerk-;
employed in the Post Office Department, unce ihe first
day of April, one thousand eight huudred and twenty
nine, to the thirty first December, one thousand eight hun
dred and thirty, fifteen thoulsdild eight hundred and sixty
nine dollars, eight ceuts. , ' i " ' ' , "
For completing the new Post Office building, four hun
dred ai.d eighty four dollars, ihree ceiits.
I or oomp. usat'Oti to -the Surveyor General in Ohio,
Indiana, and Michigan, two thousand dollars.
For compensation to the clerks in the office of said Sur
veyor, two thousana one L'unareu uouars.
For compensation to the purveyor south ol Xennessee,
two thousand dollars. !
For compensation to the clerks in the office of said
Surveyor, including two? hundred dollars of arrears, one
thousand nine hundred dollars.
For coinpensrtiou to the Surveyor in Illinois, Missouri,
and Arkansas, two thousand dollars.
J? or Conipens,aiion to cier&s in uic ouae oi oaia our-
veor, two tnousao-- uonais.
For compensation to tne surveyor in Aiaoama, two
For compensation to clerks in the office of said Survey
or, one thousand five hundred dollars. .
For compensation to the Surveyor in teriua, two
thousand dollars. -
" For compeusation to the clerks in Ihe office of said
Surveyor,-two thousand dollars.
For compensation to the Commissioner of the public
buildings in Washington City, two mousanu aouars.
For compensation to the
officers and clerk of the Mint,
nine thousand six huudred
For co'upeusation to ass
istants in several departments
ot the Mint, including extrdi clerk hire and laborers, four-
teen thousand sis hundred
For incidental, and corf
tinfent expenses and repairs,
cost oi machinery, for allowance for-wastage in gold and
silver coinage, of the Miiit, thirteen thousand five nun-
b'nr omnoncal An tn'thA tAVetnOI. JUUCBS. HUU Ctf
reta.y of ihe Michigan Territory, seven thousand eight
hundred dollars. 1 .?i . i
For contingent expenses of the Michigan Territoiy,
three hundred and fifty dollars. f
For compensation aud mileage of the members of the
Leffiiative Council, nav of ihe officers of thie Council,
fuel, stationary, and prntj.:g, and rpairs of he legisla
tive had, including arrearages, erght thousand two bun
dred and ninety dollars.
For compensation to the Governor, Judges, and Sec
retary of ihe Arkansas Territory, inclucUnj additional
compensation to each Jude. to thirtieth June, one thou
sand eight hundred and thirty-oue, nine thousand four
nunarea aouars. " j
For pay and mileage pf th? Lvgisislative Council of
said Territory, five thousand four liuudred and ten dollars
For. contingent expenses of tue Arkansas. Territory,
three hundred and fifty dollars -
For incidental expenses; of the Legislature of Arkansas
byact of twenty fourth May, one thousand eight hundred
and twenty eight, seven hundred andtweniy dollars.
For compensation to the Governor, Judeges, aod Sec-
retary of the Florida Territory, including additional com
pensation for the Judges for extra duty under the act of
twents third Mjv, one thousand eight hundred aim tvren
ty eight, fifteen thousand three hundred and forty-nine
For contingent expenses of the Florida Territory, three
hundred and fifty dollars,
For compensation and milenge of the members of the
Legislative Council of Florida, pay of .officers and ser"
va:jts of the Council, fuel, stationary, printing, and dis
tribution of the laws; including two hundred and forty"
eight dollars for arrears, seven thousand six hundred and
For compensation to the Chief Justice, the associate
Judges, and district judges oftheUnited States, including
arrearages arising from increased salirins of certain dis
trict Judges under the act of av twenty-ninth, one thou
sand e ghl bun red a:.d thirty, eighty seven thousand sev
en huudred and twenty dollar?, eighteen cents.
For th- salaries of Chief Justice and associate Judges
of the Dbinct of Columbia, and oi the Judges of the
Orphans' Court' of the said distiict, uine thousMid five
For compensation to William Cranch Chief; Justice of
he Circu i V-ouit for the District of Columbia, for pre
paring a code oi civil and crinvnal Jurisprudence, in com
pliance with an act of Co- gress. approved 29th ;prt', one
thousand eight hundred and six'een, one thousand dollars.
For compensation to the Attorney General oi the Uni
ted Si air-1,, four thousand dollars.
-Fa compensation to the cierk in the office of the At
torney General, eight hundred dollars. -
For contingences t the office of the Attorney General,
live huuareu dollars.
For a messenger in said offi, . , fi e hundred dollars,
For purchase of books for ufficce of Attorney General,
five hiind red dollars.
For defraying the expenses already incurred in fitting
up the office of the Attorney General, seven hundred and
thirty Wire dollars.
t or compensation to the Reporter of the decisions of
the Supreme Court, one thousand dollars.
For compensation to the District Attorneys and Mar
shals, as granted by law. including those in the several
.Territories, eleven thousand three hundred dollars.
For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, Circuit,
and District . ourts of the United Stains, including the
District of Colombia ; aiso, for jurors and witnesses, in aid
of the funds arising from fines, penalties, and forfeitures,
incurred in the year eighieen hundred .nd thirty one,
and preceding years; aud, likewise, for defraying the ex
penses ol suits in which the United States ar e c ncerned,
and of p. osecuiivjns lor oflenccs committ d agai::st the
1 nited r-la'es, and for the safe keeping of prisoners, one
liuudn d and ninety thousand dollars.
For t'ie ayment of s.,nlry pensions granted by the
brie and present Governments, one thousand seven hun
dred and fitly dollars.
For ihe supj oit and maintenance of light house?-, float
ing !igi;ts, beacon, buoys, and stakeages, including the
purchase oi oil, keepers' salaries, repairs and improve
ments, and contingent expenses, one hundred and nine
ty ihree thousand one hundred and fifty six dollars.
'or building light-houses on Little Watt's islam'!, Ma
ry 'ami ; on Clay island, Maryland; at the entrance of
Roanoke Sound, in North C arolina; at or m ar Choctaw
Point, in A iabama ; and near it. Marks harbor, in Florida,
twenty nti e thous nJ eight hundred dollars, being the
a in on n- oi balances of moneys heretofore appropriated
to the 'said objects; which said several ''alances are here
by reappropiiated to the several objects specifically
For the salaries of Registers and Receivers of Land
Offices where there are uo sales, two thousand dollars.
For the salaries of two keepers of the public archives ia
Florida, one thousand dollars ,
Fot statio; ary and books for th offices bf Commission
ers of coaiis, five hundred dollars ;" t
Fr allowance to Assisrant Counsel and District" AHor
ney, under the act supplementary to the several acts pro
vides t'-ir tiie settlement ot private land cla-ms in Florida
dated twemy third of May, one thousand eight hundred,
ami twenty eight, including coritingencies, eight thousand
dollars, including the uiiexpended balance of the last year's
lpprupiiation for the same objects. '
For the third payment to Luigi Pcrsico, for statues for
the Capitol, four thousand dollars.
For alteration, and improvemems in tne executive;
builditi'gs, and paiatmg the same, six thousand fiivv hun -tired
For surveying the public lands, including the amount of
arrearages due for the last year, one bundled and thirty
Fo: the Salaries of the Ministers of the United States
to Great Britain, Frai ce opain, Russia, the .Netherlands,
and Columbia, fi'fy four thousand dollars.
For the salaries of the Secretaries o? Legation to the
sinif places, twelve thousand doll irs
For :he salar.es of the Cisargc ds Affaire? to Portugal,
i.'eninatK, Sweden, Brazil, Buenos Ayre3, Chili, Peru.
Mexico and Guatemala, forty thousand five hundred dollars
For outfit ofthe present Minister to Russia, nine thou
sand dollars. " ; 5
For outfits of the Charge des Affaires at Peru, Chili,
rirazii, aud Guatemala, eighteen thousand dollars.
For the outfit and. salary of a Charge d' Affaires, for
the salary of a Drogoman at Constantinople; and for the
contingent expenses of ihe Legation, thirty six thousand
five Hundred dollars to wit : For the outfit of a Charged'
Affaires, tour thousand five huudred dollars; for salary of
a charge d Affaires, four thousand fire hundred dollars; j
for aalaiy of a Drogoman two thousaed five hundred dol,
lars ; lor the contingent expenses of the Legaiion, twen
. . : i . 1 1 S- - .
iy nve tnousanu uuiiars. i
1 or the contingent expenses of foreign intercourse ; in
addition to the surn of tweuty five thousand dollars here
inafter appropriated, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars-
For cori'ingerd expenses oi all the misssionsabroad,
ivvt-ntv tuousan dollars
For the salaries of the agents for claims at London and
Paris, our thousand dollars. j
For the expenses of intercourse with the Barbarv pow
ers, thirty thousand dollars
t or the relief and protection of American seamen, in
foreign countries, twenty thousand dollars.
For the contingent expenses of foreign intercourse,
twenty five thousand dollars.
t or carry ing into effect the act of May twenty ninth,
one thousand eight hundred and thirty, for the settlement
of the accounts of certain diplomatic functionaries, ten
thousand five hundred dollars.
For the payment of elaims for property lost, captured
or destroyed, by the enemy, the balance of the appropri
ation made by the act of third March, one thousand eight
hundred and twenty five, heretofore carried to the sur
plus fund, thirty two thousand svrnty three dollars and
For compensation due to James Parker for investi
gating the accounts of Robert Arnold, ate Collector of
Amboy, two hundred thirty nine dollars and sixty four
cents. ' i ,
For the designation and marking the boundary line be
tween the State of Louisiana and the district of Arkansas,
three thousand dollars ; th? same to be expended under the
direction of tl-.e riecretary of State.
For preparing a revision of the. tormer estimates ot
the population of the 'United States, one thousand dollars
Speaker of the Mouse of ltepresentati ves,
JOHN C. CALHOUN.
President of the Senate.
Approved. March 2, 1831. !
s ANDREW! JACKSON.
AN ACT making additional appropriations tor the im
provement of certain, harbors, snd t moving obsiruc
tions m the mouths of certain rivers.
Be it enacted by Vie, Senate and House of Represtnta.
lives of the United States of America in Congress assem
bled, inat tne louowing sums ot money be, and the s;me
are hereby, appropriated, for carrying 0u and compk-
!!bg certain worw ucreioiure com oienced, to be paid out
of any roonv in the Treasury not otherwise appropria
ted, viz : ;
For removing obstructions at ihe mouth of Huron ri
ver, Ohio, thr ee thousand four hundred and eighty doUars.
For removing sand bar at or near the mouth of Black
river, Ohio, nine. thousand two hundred and seventy-five
dollars. I . Mi
For completing the improvement of Cleaveland hart
bor,Obio, three thousand six hundred aod seventy dollars;
1 For completing the removal of obstructions at the
mouth of Grand river, Ohio, five thousand six huudred
and eighiy dollars.
For completing the removal of obstructions at the mouth
of Ashtabula creek, Ohio, seven thousand and fifteen
For improving the navigation of Conneaut Creak,
Ohio, six thou and tbree hundred and seventy dollars.
For compli-trng the improvement of the harbor of
eqe isie, f ennsylvanin, one thousand seven hunarea
i ' For improving the navigation of Genesee river, New
York, sixteen thousand six hundred and seventy dollars.
Forremovig obstruction at the mouth of Big Sodus
bay, INew York, seventeen thouftand fiuir hundred and
; t r completing piers at Oswego, New York, two thou
sand ight hundred and twelve dollars and ninety-two
cents. - .
For claim of contractors for losses by storms in eigh
teen hundred snd twenty-niner five hundred and nineteen
For balance due contractors for said piers, eighty-four
dollars and ninety-two cents. .
For secui ing the works of Oswego harbour, New York
oy a stone pier-neaa ana mote, eighteen thousand sis
hundred dollars. 4
For completing the pier, at the mouth of Buffalo har
bor, New York, twelve thousand nine hundred dotfars.
For securing and completing the works at the harbor
of Dunkirk, New York, six thousand four hundred dollars.
For further protection and preservation of the beach
of .Provincetown, Massachusetts, two thousand and fifty
For the repair anfTcompiefe f he breakwater at the
mouth of Merrimack river, Massachu'sefTru-trrc1
sand dollars. T
For completing repairs to piers at the entrance of
Kennebunk river, Maine, one thousand one hundred and
For completing the sea ivall for the preservation of
Deer island, Boston harbor, Massachusetts, twelve thou
sand three hundred and ninety dollars.
-or repairing Flymou'h beach, Massachusetts, two
thousand eight jiundred and twenty dollars.
For completing the breakwater at Hyannis harbor,
Massachusetts, eight thousand four hundred dollars.
For removing the bar at the mouth of iNantucket har
bor, Massachusetts, ei,;ht thousand two hundred aud six
ty five dollars.
For improving the harbors of New Castle, Marcus
Hook, Chester, and Port Penn, in the Delaware river,
loui thousand dollars. ..
, For improving Cape Fear river, below Wilmington,
North Carolina, twenty five thousand'seven hundred and
For carrying on the works for the improvements of
Oeracock inlet, North Carolina, seventeen thousand
Fi-r completing the removal of obstructions in the ri
ver and harbour of St. Mark's, Florida, seven thousand
foui hundred and thirty dollars.
For completing the removal of obstructions in the Ap
palachicala river, Florida, eight thousand dollars.
For arrearage due Major Birch lor survey of the Raft
ol Red river, Louisiana, one hundred and eighty-seven
dollars anJ fifiy cents.
I For arrearage due the superintendent of the works at
Black Rock harbor, iSew York, one thousand eight huu
; For arrearage due for materials delivered to the works
at Dunkirk harbor, New York, seven hundred and two
dollars fifty cents.
f For carrying on the work of the Delaware breakwater,
two hundred and eight thousand dollars.
Approved, March 2, 1831. ;
AN ACT mr.king appropriations for f he naval service for
the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one.
Be. it enacted by ihe Senate and House of Representatives
f United Stales of America in Congress assembled.
That the following sums be, and they are hereby, appro
priated, to be paid out of any moneys in the Treasury
not otherwise appropriated:
For pay and subsistence of the officers of the navy,
and pay oi seamen, one million two hundred and seventy-eight
thousand six hundred and ninetv-four dollars.
J or ,ay of superintendents, naval constructors, and all
the civil establishment of the several navy yards and sta
tions, fifty-seven thousand six hundred and eighty dollars.
For provisions, one hundred and seventy-three thou
sand four hundred and sixty-three dollars.
r For repairs of vessels in ordinary, and the wear and
tear of vessels in commission, six. hundred and fifteen
thousand four hundred dollars.
For medicines, surgical instruments, hospital stores,
and oiher expenses on account of the sick, twenty-five
thousand five hundred dollars.
j For repairs and improvements of navy yards, two hun
dred and forty-four thousand dollars.
For the erection of a wharf at the navy yard at Pen
sacola, twenty-eight thousand two hundred and fifty
For defraying expenses that may accrue during the
year one thousand eight hundred and thirty one for the
follow ing purposes, viz :
For tre;ght and trunsportation of materials and slores
of every description; for wharfage and dockage, storage
and rent, travelling expenses of officers, ad transporta
tion of seamen, house rent, chamber money, and fuel
and candles to officers, other than those attached lo navv
yards and stations, and for officers in sick quarters, where
there is no nospitat, and lor funeral expenses ; for com
missions, clerk hire, and office rent, stationary and fuel
to navy agents; for premiums and incidental expenses
of recruiting; for apprehending deserters, for compensa
tion to judge advocates ; for per diem allowances for
persons attending courts martial and courts of inauirv
and for officers engaged in extra service beyond the limits1
oi tueir stations; lor printing and stationary of every
description, and for books, maps, rharts. and mathema
tical and nautical instruments, chronometers, models and
drawings ; for purchase and repair of steam and fire en
gines, and for machinery ; for purchase and maintenance
of oxeitf and horses, and for carts, timber wheels, and
workmen s tools ol every description; for postage of let
ters on public service ; for pilotage ; for cabiu turniture
of vessels in commission; and for furniture of officers'
bouses at navy yards ; for taxes on navy yards and pub
lie property; for assistance rendered to vessels in dis
tres: lor incidental labor at navy yards, not applicable
to any other appropriation; for coal and other ful for
forges, foundries, and stenm engines: for candles, oil.
t. sr. . .
na iu. i lor vessels in commission and in ordinary; for
repairs of magazines and powder houses ; for preparing
moulds for ships to be built ; and for no other object or
pui poe whatever, two nunarea and fifty thousanddollars
F-.r contingent expenses for objects arising during the
year one mousanu eight hundred and ihirty-one, and
uui iiciem oeiore enumerated, five thousand dollars..
For pay of the officers, nun-commissioned officers, and
f""'" suufcisience oi omcers ot the marine
corps, one hundred and nine thousand three hundred and
seventy-three dollars; the pay, subsistence, emoluments
and allowances of the said officers, non-commissioned
omcers, and privates, to be the same as thev were ore
v iously to the first of April, one thousand eight hundred
For subsistence for four hundred and sixty-one non
commissioned officers, musicians, and privates, and wash
erwomen serving on shore, twenty thousand oue hundred
and ninety one. dollars.
For clothing, twenty-eight thousand seven hundred and.
For fuel, nine thousand and ninetv-e.irht dollars.
For contingent expenses, fourteen thoiuand dollars.
Foi military stores, t-;0 thousand dollars.
For medicines, -tWo thousand three hundred and sixty
Hinedoll&j. For ca, ry ing into effect the acts for tne suppression oi
the slave f rade, including the support to , the United States,
and lor a term not exceeding six mouths after their arri
val in Africa, of all persons removed from the United
States under the said acts, ten thousand dollars.
The said several sums io be respectively applied to the
several objects of appropriation abovementioned, in ad
dition to the unexpended balances of appropriation for
similar objects in the year one thousand eight hundred
For the support of certain Africans brought into nort
of -New Orleans in the Spanish schooner Fenix, and now
In the charge of the manual of the eastern district ol
support under the direction of the Secretary of the Navy
rate not exceeding Inrentir rents ner dV. I
To enable the President of the United States to allow
compensation to Captain William B. Finch, for extra
servtcea and expenses in command of Ihe sloop of tvar
vincennes, in the years one thousand eight hundred and
twenty nine and one thousand eight hundred and thirtv,
ave thousand dollar. ; the accounta for such services and
expense to be settled under the direction of th President.
For compensation to Captain Benjamin Pendleton for j
moneys paid by him for cancelling the charter party, and ,
outfit and, demurrage of the brig Serapb, of Stonington,
for his pay as a Lieutenant of the Navy, and for moneys
paid by him to the ship keeper of the said vessel, four -thousand
seven hundred and sixty-three dollars. " j
For rebuilding snd removing the monument erected in
the navy yard, at Washington by the officers of the Ame
rican Navy, to the memory of those who fell in battle in
the Trlpolitan war, a sum not exceeding twenty-one hun
dred dollars, to be expended under the orders of the Se
cretary of the Navv,
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum here
tofore appropriated for the erection of a marine barracki
at Philadelphia, and which has passed to the surplus fund,
be, and the same isxhereby, appropriated to the same
Approved, March 2, 1831.
JOSEPH M. GRANADE, & Co.
At tlie Store formerly- occupied by Wm Dunn
CORNER OF POLLOK& MIDDLE-STREETS.
OFFER FOR SALE
A QESERAL ASSORTMENT OP
Spirits, Wines, Hardware, I?s s
StoneWare. They have just received from New York and Bakimore tue follow ii
articles, which they will sell low for caU viz .-
1 hhd. very siMerior New Orleans SUGAR.
4 bbls. English Island Do. '
5 do. Loat Sugar,
4'qr. chests Gunpowder &, Hyson TEAS.
5 bags Rio COFFEE,
1 qr. cask very superior old Sherry )
1 do. L. P. Teneriffe - C WINE.
1 do. sweet Malaga
Cogniac Brandy, HollandGin, Jamaica Rum.
10 bbls. Apple Brandy,
10 do. Baltimore Rye Whiskey,
5 do. old Monongahela Do.
5 boxes Sicily ORANGES,
6 do. do. LEMONS,
4 do. LEMON SIROP,
20 bbls very superior New York Canal j
10 do. Baltimore Howard Street VFLOUIL
20 half bbls. do. do. do. .
1 bale Scotch Oznaburgs, in half pieces,
1 bbl. Lorillard's Scotch SNUFF,
4 doz. " N. Bears" cast-steel bitted AXES,
50 pair Trace Chains, "
10 doz. Carolina Weeding Hoes,
20 bbls. prest HERRINGS, N. Y. City Inspection:
ALSO IN STOKE,
40 bbls. Mess rrrtr
40 do. Prime PORK,
20 Kegs LARD, of 20 lbs. each.
800 bushels Indian CORN.
Ncwbern, July 1st, 1831.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, )
Pitt County. y 1
Superior Court of Law; March Term, A. D. 183 fcj
George W. Randolph, )
vs. Original Attachment.
IT appearing to the Court, that the Defendant w
not an inhabitant of this State, It is therefore
ordered, that publication he made in the North
Carolina Sehtihel, for x weeks, that said Defen
dant appear at the Superior Court of Law to be held
or Pitt County, at the Courf-Hoage in Greenville.
on the first Monday of September next, and replevy
or plead to issue, or judgment final will be entered up
Attest, R.S. BLOUNT, Clerl
AT August Term, A, I). 1831, of Craven County Court,
Letters of Admini6tra1ion on the Estate of Colonel
JOSEPH NELSON, deceased, were granted to the sub
scriber. Notice is hereby aiven. io all persons indebted
to said" Estate, to make immediate pay ment, and those
having claims against it; are required to present them
duly authenticated, within the lime prescribed by law, or
this notice will be plead in bar of (heir recovery. .
JOSEPHUS NELSON, JL&irif. '
Craven County, Aug. t, 1831.
OME time in June last, ia heaving the anchor of the
Schooner James Monroe. Capt. William B. tlaskilL
near Ocracoke Bar it was found attached to an Anchor
and Chain Cable., The owner is requested to cornel for-
ward, piove property, pay salvage, and take the same
or it will be sold for the benefit of all concerned within
the time prescribed by law. Inquire of - i
, JACKSON 2i HIGGirv'S.
Newbern, Aug. 15, 1831. dt. 1$
SADDLER As HARNESS MAKEK
Has just returned from Philadelphia, with a fereral aiiorlinentof
the various articles in bis line of business.
Coach and Gig Trimmings, Shoe
makers Trimmings, &c. fcc.
Which will be sold at moderate prices.
Ci Gentlemen who have Tickets in his Domestic
Lottery for sale, will please return -them, in order
that the Lottery may be drawn.
Newbern. Julv 27, 1831.
Claret Wine $ Porter.
The subscribers have jast received from New York,
per the Schooner Perseverance, K
One cask Marseilles Claret,
OSTE CASK, CONTAINING v
4 doz. quart bottles Porter,
6 do. pint ditto ditto
Which they wiU sell low -for Cash.
JOSEPH M. QEAK kh &,
Ncwbern, Angnst 1st, 131.
SILVER ;rABLE & TEA SPOONS
lias just received afresh supply of
Silver Table Spoony
M nstArd Salt S noon&
Pencil Cases, .
Thimbles, &c. &c.
Which will be sold as low as they can be imrjopted.
- ALSO, '
tA PAIR OF 13 INCH GLOBES.
Newbern, 20th July, ;-183L ; ,
DOCTOR JOSEPH 31 AIRS -
TTTTAVING resumed the Practice of Medicine irt
M thisplace, offers his phonal semces to the
Tt,oVntnf Newbern and its vicing. His Office
House. ymqpmiuf. y l
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