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Interior, recommending an increase in the salaries of certain Indian agents in
Nevada and Utah Territories. Letter from the Secretary of the

Interior, transmitting the accounts of the superintendent of Indian affairs of
the southern superiutendeucy. Letter from the Secretary of the

Interior, transmitting a statement of contingent expenses for the year ending
June 30, 1862. Letter from the Secretary of the

Interior relative to the reduction of expenses of the Department of the Inte-
rior. Letter from the Secretary of the

Jones and Brown, for running and marking boundary lines between certain Indian tribes. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, recommending an appropriation for the pay of

Jules et Marie. Menage from the President of the United States in relation to the collision between the United States war-steamer Sun Jacinto and the French brig

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Kansas and Nebraska, trict of

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Annual report of the surveyor general for the dis-

I.;uul Office. Annual report of the Commissioner of the, General

Papers accompanying the abort.

1. Statement of surveying operations from July 1, 18C1, to September 30, 1*62

2. Sales and other disposals of lands during the five quarters ending September 30, 1862

3. Swamp land table, exhibiting the quantity of lands selected under the acts of 184U and 1850 to September 30, 1802

4. Like table, exhibiting the quantity of laud approved under same acts up to same date

5. Table showing the quantity of land patented to the several States under the swamp land act of September 28, 1850

C. Condition of bounty land business under acts of 1847, 1850, 1852, and 1855

7 and 8. Statements of sales of public lands during the first and last halves of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1802

9. Estimates of appropriations for salaries and contingent expenses of General Land Office during fiscal year ending June 30, 1804

10. Estimates of appropriations for the surveying department

11. Like estimate for surveying public lands

12. Estimate to supply deficiency during the year ending June 30, 1863... 14. Reports of surveyors general and accompanying maps, (A to J inclusive)

Land Office for the year ending June 30,1864. Letter from the Commissioner, transmitting estimates for the support of the General

Lauds in Kansas. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, recommending an increase of appropriations for the survey of the public

Library of Congress. Message from the President of the United States relative to publications presented by the British Museum to the

Light-house Hoard, transmitting estimates for the support of the light-house establishment for the year ending June 30, 1804. Letter from the chairman of the

Loan created in 1841, &c. Inciter from the Secretary of the Treasury relative to the United States ."

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Mails between Washington city and New York. Letter from the Postmaster
General relative to the cost of transporting the

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Marine corps, for the year ending June 30, 18G4. Estimates for appropriations

for the support of the

Mechanical report of the Patent Office for the year 1802. Letter from the

Commissioner of Patents, transmitting the

Medicine and Surgery, iu the navy, for the year ending June 80, 1804. Es-

timates for appropriations for the support of the Bureau of

Metropolitan Police. Report of the Board of

Mexico. Letter from the President of the United States in relation to the al-
leged interference of our minister in favor of the French in

Mexico. Letter from the President of the United States, transmitting informa-

tion upon the present condition of

Military Academy, for the year ending June 30, 1804. Estimates for appro-

priations for tbe subsistence of officers, allowances, and pay of the

Military Academy, for the year ending June 30, 1804. Estimates for appro-

priations for the current and ordiuary expenses of the

Military Academy, for the year ending June 30, 1804. Estimates for appro-

priations required l>r the engineer department for the support of the

Military Academy at West Point. Letter from the Secretary of War, trans-

mitting a copy of the report of the hoard of visitors at the

Military establishment for the year 1862. Letter from the Secretary of War,

transmitting n statement of the contingent expenses of the

Minnesota. Annual report of the surveyor general for the district of

Missouri. Annual report of the surveyor general for the district of

Money received by the revenue officers of New York under the 5th section of

the act of May 520, 1862. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury rela-

tive to

Morris, George IT., lieutenant commanding, for valor and heroism in his

defence of the United States sloop-of-war Cumberland. Message from the

President of the United States recommending a vote of thanks to

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B.—Report of the hoard of officers appointed to witness the examination of
the midshipmen at the Naval Aca'iemy, &v

C.—Letter of the superintendent of the Naval Academy and reports of the

commandant of midshipmen and commanding officer of the practice-

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D.—Scale of bids for enlarging the southwest executive building.
No. 1. Detailed estimates for the office of the Secretary of the Navy, south-
west executive building, and Naval Academy

Jfo. 2. Report, detailed estimates, &c, of the Bureau of Yards and Docks

No. 3. Detailed estimates of the Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting

No. 4. Detuiled estimates of the Bureau of Navigation

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No. 5. Report, detailed estimates, &c, of tlie Hure.au of Orlnance

No. 6. Report, detailed estimates, &c, of tlie llureuu of Construction and
Repair

No. 7. Detailed estimates of tlie Hureau of Steam Engineering

No. H. Report, detailed estimates, &c, of the Uurenu of Piovisions and
Clothing

No. 9. Report, detailed estimates, &c, of the liureuu of Medicine and
Surgery

No. 10. Report of the commandant and detailed estimates of tlie paymas-
ter and quartermaster of the marine corps

No. 11. General estimate (civil) of the ofhco of the Secretary, bureaus, and southwest executive building

No. 12. Summary estimate for tlie naval service

No. IX General estimate—navy proper

No. 14. General estimate—marine corps'

No. 15. General estimate—special objects under control of the Navy Department

No. 10. Comptroller's statement of navy appropriations, expenditures and balances

No. 17. Abstract of expenditures charged to the appropriation for "contiu- j gent expense*" of the navy, allowed in the settlement of accounts at the

Fourth Auditor's office during the fiscal year ending June 30, Ifti'J

Navy, transmitting estimates for appropriations for tlie support of the Navy

Department for the year ending June 30, IftH. Letter from the (Secretary

of the

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Navy relative to appointments in the Naval Academy. Letter from the Sei
rotary of the I 4

Navy, recommending an appropriation for navy yard at League island. Let-
ter from the Secretary of the j 5

Navy yard at League island. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, recom- I
mending an appropriation for '5

Navy, with reference to prize matters. Letter from the Secretary of the i 7

Navy, transmitting a statement of pay, rations, and travel advanced to naval ]
officers for the year ending June XI), lf-u'3. Letter from the Secretary of
the I 7

Nebraska. Annual report of the surveyor general of tlie district of Kait-as'
and j 2

Nevada Territory for the year ending June 30, 1*1)4. Estimates for appro- j
print ions for the support of the Indian agency in 4

Nevada Territory. Letter from the Acting Sccietury of the Interior relative
to the mineral resources of 5

New Gruimdu. Letter from the President of the United States relative to our
minister at I 5

New Mexico. Annual report of the surveyor general of. I 2

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Ordnance department of tlie army for the year ending June 30, 18(34. Esti-
mates of appropriations for the support of the [ 4

Ordnance service of the army for the year ending June SO, lt04. Estimates
for appropriations required for the 4

Ordnance, of the navy, for the year ending June 30, ]8(>4. Estimates for ap-
propriations required for the support of the liuieaii of 4

■Ordnance supplies. Letter from etie Secretary of War relative to providing additional means for the storage and preservation of 4

Oregon. Annual report of the surveyor general for the district of. 2

Oregon for the year ending June 30, ]rM>4. Letter from the superintendent | of Indian affairs, transmitting estimates of the expense of supporting the Indian agency in

Paroles granted to rebel officers. Letter from tlie Secretary of War relative to. Passengers arriving in the United States for the year ending December 31, leo'2. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting annual statement of.

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Patent Office, up to January 1, 1863. Letter from the Secretary of the Inte-
rior showing the receipts and disbursements, and the names of persons em-
ployed in the

Patent Office. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior relative to the mis-
sion of I). J. Browne to Europe, as agent of the agricultural division of the

Patent Office. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior respecting the out-
standing liabilities of the agricultural division of the

Patents, in relation to the expenditure of the agricultural fund. Letter from
tb* Commissioner of

Patents, transmitting the Mechanical Report of the Patent Office for the year
1862. Letter from the Commissioner of

Patents on agriculture and agricultural statistics for the year 1862. Report
of the Commissioner of.

Paymaster General of the United States. Annual report of the

Paymaster General, transmitting estimates for appropriations for the support
of the Paymaster General's department for the year ending June 30, 1864.
Letter from the acting

Penitentiary. Annual report of the warden of the

Pensions. A nnuul ieport of the Commissioner of

Paper* accompanying the above.

A.—Tubular statement showing the number and yearly amount of original
applications, and for increase of army pensions, admitted in each State
and Territory during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1862

B.—Tabular statement showing the amount of arrearages of army pensions
admitted and payable at the date of issuing the pension certificates, for
the year ending J une 30, ] 862

C.—Tabular statement showing the amount paid for army pensions at the
agencies in the several States and Territories, for the year ending Juno
30, 1 862

D.—Tabular statement showing the amount of funds in the hands of each
agent for paying army pensions, on the 30th day of June, 1863

E.—Tabular statement showing the number and yearly amount of army
pensions on the rolls of each State and Territory on June 30, 1802

F.—Tabular statement having exclusive reference to navy pensions, and
showing—

1. The number and yearly amount of original applications admitted
during the year ending June 30, 1862

2. The amount paid at the agencies in the several States and Territo-
ries during the year ending June 30, 18(52

3. The number and yearly amount on the rolls on the 30th June, 1802

4. The amount of funds in the hands of the agents on the 30th day of
June, 1862

Police. Report of the Board of Metropolitan

Pope, Johu, major general, concerning the operations of the army of Vir-
ginia. Letter from the Secretary of War transmitting a copy of the re-

port of.

Porter, David D-, acting rear-admiral, for brilliant services in attacking Ar-
kansas Post. Letter from the President of the Un.ted States recommend-
ing a vote of i h inks to

Porter, Kitz John, general. Copy of the proceedings of the court-martial in
the trial of

Post Office Department for the year ending June 30, 1862. Letter from the
Treasurer of the United States transmitting a report of the receipts and dis-
bursements of the

Postmaster General. Annual report of the

Papers accompanying the abote.

1. Tabular ft -dement showing the number of each class of post offices in
the several States and Territories

2. Tabular statement of the operations of the appointment office for the
year ending June 30, 1862, arranged by States

3. Classifying changes made in tho appointment office during the year
ending June 30, 1862

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4. Tabular statement showing the increase or decrease of post offices in the several States and Territories during the year ending June 30, 1862..

5. Tabular statement of the number aud classes of agents, with their compensation

6. Tabular statement showing the operation and results of the foreign mail service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1862

7. Postal convention between the United States and Mexico

8. Postal convention between the United States and Guatemala

9. Settlement of further details under the postal treaty with Great Britain..

10. Letter suggesting improvements in international postal urrungenieuts..

11. Table of mu.il service for the year ending June 30, 1862

12. Mail service in the States of Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Iowa, Minnesota, Kentucky, California, Oregon, and Kansas, and the
Territories of Mew Mexico, Utah, Nebraska, Washington, Colorado, and
Dakota

13. Railroad service as in operation on the 30th of June, 1862

14. Mail routes and service ou which contractors were reported disloyal and contracts changed to other parties

15. Tabular statement of the receipts of the Post Office Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1862

16. Tabular statement of the expenditures of the Post Office Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1862

17. Estimates of expenditures for the year 1864

18. Postage stamps aud stamped envelopes issued during the year 1862 ...

19. Comparative statement ot the value of stamps aud stamped envelopes issued during the last three years

20. Statement of money letters received during the year ending June 30,1862.

21. Statement of "minor deud letters" containing papers of value other than money registered and sent to the writers or owners thereof, from the 1st of July, 1861, to the 1st of July, 1862 '.

22. Causes of the non-delivery of 21,493 valuable letters

23. Reasons assigned for the return to the department of 139,580 letters sent out for deli very to the writers

24. Statement of the foreign department of the dead letter office, of dead letters returned to foreign countries during the fiscal year 1861-'62

25. Statement of dead letters received from foreign countries during the fiscal year 1861-62

26. Comparative statement of the number of miles in the American aud British service, by the various modes of carriage, excluding loot

27. Statement showing postal revenue aud expenditures of the United States, in toto and per capita, according to population, at eight successive decades, from 1790 to 1862, inclusive

28. Auditor's report

Showing—

1. The receipts of the department under their several heads

2. The expenditures of the department under their several heads

3. The postal receipts and expenditures in theseveralStates and Territories.

4. The number of letters, circulars, newspapers, aud pamphlets received anddeliveied by carriers, and the amount received and paid out for carriage iu the cities named therein

5. The amount of letter postage on British mails received in and sent from the United States

6. The amount of letter postage ou Prussian mails received iu and scut from the United States

7. The amount of letter postage on French mails received in aud sent from the United Stutes

8. The amount of letter postage on Belgian mails received in and sent from the United States

9. The amount of letter postage on Bremen mails received iu aud sent from the United States

10. The amount of letter postage on Hamburg mails received iu and sent from the United States

11. The number of letters and newspapers exchanged between the United States and the United Kingdom, in British mails

12. The number of letters and newsiiaperB exehauged between the United States and the Kingdom of Prussia, iu closed nuiils

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