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EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS

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BY ORDER OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,

DURING THE

FIRST SESSION OF THE THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS—1849-50.

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Academy at West Point, for 1849. Report of the board

of visitors of the Military
Adjutant General of the army, with returns, position, and

distribution of the troops, in 1849. Report of the
Admiralty against foreign vessels entering the ports of

the United States, &c. Correspondence relative

to suits instituted in the courts of
Africa, and the annual cost of that squadron. Report of

the annual number of deaths in the United States

squadron on the coast of .
Agriculture, agricultural statistics, meteorology, &c.

Report of the Commissioner of Patents, with a
general view of American

(See table of contents, at page 3, of above.)
American vessels by British ships of war. Correspond-

ence relative to the searching of

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Appropriations for the service of the State Department,

including foreign missions, during the year 1849.

Statements showing the disbursements of
Appropriations for the naval service for the fiscal year

ending 30th June, 1849. Statement of
Appropriations for the naval service during the year end-

ing 30th June, 1849. Statement of transfers of .
Appropriations and expenditures for the service of the

War Department during the fiscal year ending

June 30, 1849. Statement of
Arms, percussion powder, and caps in France, Belgium,

Holland, and England. Report of Brevet Major

Hagner, in relation to the mode of manufacturing
Armories and arsenals during the fiscal year ending 30th

June, 1849. Statement of the principal operations

at the
Armories, and the number of arms and appendages made

and repaired during the year ending 30th June,

1849. Statement of the expenses of the national
Army in 1849, (part 1.) Report of Major General Scott

on the state and operations of the
Army, with returns, position, and distribution of the

troops in 1849, (part 1.) Annual report of the Ad-

Jutant General of the
Army for the year 1849. Annual report of the Quarter-

master General of the
Army operations in New Mexico, in 1849. Report of the
Army operations in Florida, in 1849. Report of the
Army operations in Texas, in 1849. Report of the
Army for 1849. Annual report of the Paymaster General

of the
Army for 1849. Annual report of the Commissary Gene-

ral of the
Army for 1849. Annual report of the Surgeon General

of the
Army of the United States in Texas, and the adjacent

Mexican states on the Rio Grande, accompanied
by astronomical observations, and descriptive and
military memoirs of the country. Report of Secre-
tary of War, with a map showing the operations

of the
Army operations on the Rio Grande. Report of the Sec-

retary of War of the
Arsenals and armories during the year ending 30th June,

1849. Statement of the principal operations at the
Arts and manufactures for the year 1849. * Report of the

Commissioner of Patents in relation to
Assistant Postmaster General. (See Postmaster General.)
Auditor of the Post Office Department, accompanying the

annual report of the Postmaster General. Report
of the

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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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