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William Smith, navy agent
John Stewart
Thomas Shubrick, contractor
Habijah Savage, midshipman
John Sprigg, sailingmaster
Joseph G. Smith, midshipman.
William Strong, captain marines
Walter Stewart, lieutenant
Benjamin Smith, lieutenant
Isaac Sharp, midshipman
John D. Sears, midshipman
John R. Smith, boatswain
William G. Stewart, midshipman
Joseph P. Sawyer, sailingmaster
Hugh C. Sweeney, midshipman
Thomas Shields, purser
John K. Smith, navy agent
Charles W. Stephens, midshipman
J. H. Sherburne, clerk Navy Dept.
David Stafford
Edward H. Stewart, sailingmaster
John R. Sherwood, lieutenant
Robert Swart woul, navy agent

Philadelphia
Portland, Maine
Maryland
New Orleans

$242 56

120 00 Dead. 17,000 00

44 00 Dead. Account transmitted for suit 1811.

9 45 Deail. 131 40 Overpayment by purser.

185 95 Advanced by commanding officer.
2,684 85 | Dead.

71 66 | Dead.
19 11
19 19 Dead.
52 48 Dismissed August, 1810.
57 70

Dead.
188 16 Balance on settlement March, 1820.

304 90 Advanced by navy agent.
98,471 30 Balance on settlement.
280,258 61 Reported for suit October 17, 1831.

2 52 Overpayment by purser.
510 00 Advanced on his drafts for which he claims

credit.
7 13
236 40 Balance on settlement August, 1826.

775 00
47,352 06 | Balance on settlement.

Suit against the principal still

pending. Judgment May term,
1828, against Francis H. Ni-
choll, surety for penalty of bond,
$20,000, which has been paid,

with interest. 5,397 57 Foramount of their notes for property bought Suit ordered September 10, 1830; at auction.

continued at Aug't lerm, 1834 proceedings suspended until 3 March, 1836, on account of petition pending before Con

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gress, and the recommendation

of the Committee of Claims. 2,687 01 For amount of their notes for property bought Same remark in this case as above.

at auction.
200 00 Advanced by G. Macdaniel, per order of the

Secretary of the Navy, Ociober 31, 1827.
13 00 | Advanced by G. Harrison.
169 00 Loss on Treasury notes.
1,001 86 Balance on settlement March 11, 1833.
53 00 Advanced by Commodore Hull. Lost in the

Sylph.
6 42 Balance on settlement.
60 92 | Overpayment by purser.
16 86 Overpayment by purser.
70 00 Overpayment by purser.
110 00 Reported for suit.

38 00 Advanced by Navy Department. De
670 00 Dead. Advanced by Navy Department.
60 00 Advanced by Navy Department.
25 00 Advanced by recruiting officer.
71 56 | Dead.
50 00 Advanced by navy agent.
45 00 Advanced by navy agent.
389 46 Dead. Balance on settlement.hu
246 37
562 00 Balance of advance by n. agent for recruiting
68 00 Dead. Balance of advance by N. Department.
241 00 Balance of advance by Navy Department.
132 00 Advanced by navy agent.
22 22 | Advanced by navy agent for prisoners in

England.
34 50 Overpayments to seamen recharged.
33 76 Overpayment by purser.
48 00 Advanced by purser for recruiting.
90 00 Advanced by recruiting officer.
93 23 Balance on settlement March, 1822.
24 94 Dead. Balance on settlement Jan. 1823.
781 75 Balance on settlement July, 1823.
31 89 Balance on settlement.
476 21 Advanced by N. Department and navy agent.
20 00 | Advanced by navy agent.

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Ferdinand Smith, midshipman
W. A. Spencer, master commandant
G. K. Spence, purser
L. W. P. Summers, midshipman
Persifor Taylor, carpenter
William Turner, surgeon
Thomas Truxton, jr. midshipman
John Town, sailingmaster
Wm. L. Travers, midshipman
Samuel Truit, midshipman
Robert Thompson, chaplain
Tobias Tyler, midshipman
George Thomas, sailingmaster
George Tomlin, midshipman -
William Thompson, carpenter
Francis Taylor, midshipman -
Thomas G. Tillinghast, lieutenant
John Trumbull, master's mate
Philip H. Topham, sailingmaster
Samuel Thwing, midshipman
Benjamin Trevitt, sailingmaster
George C. Tucker, sailingmaster
Joseph H. Townley, steward
James Tootell, purser
Joseph Thompson, midshipman
Francis Tuscan, midshipman -
William Tyler, midshipman -
James B. Taylor, lieutenant
Edward Tilley, surgeon's mate
James B. Tilden, midshipman
Joseph Taylor, sailingmaster
Dagomier Taylor, lieutenant
Ira Titus, midshipman
Henry E. Turner, midshipman

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J. Templeman and E. McCartey, cont’rs Cumberland, Md.
Henry P. Tudor, captain's clerk
E. W. Turner, purser -

North Carolina

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$777 24
400 00 Advanced by purser.
489 15 Dead. Omitted to be credited by him in last

settlement of his account in 1820, and sub

sequently charged to him. 1,591 07 Same remark as above.

13 11 Overpayment by purser.

123 62 Dead.
14,324 59 Dead. Balance on settlement in 1839. Cred-

its claimed for money and property left on
board the Constitution at the time of his

death. Amount unknown.
27 91 Advanced by J. Brooks.
2,136 56 Balance on settlement.
181 57 Balance on settlement in July, 1800.
238 46 Advanced by commanding officer.
86 40 Balance on settlement March, 1809. Dead.
25 00 Advanced by commanding officer.
40 00 Advanced by Navy Department.
30 00 Advanced by Navy Department.
622 79 Advanced by Navy Department and over.

payment by purser.
1 00 Advanced by recruiting officer.
75 00
4 65

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63 00
116 81
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40 00
70 (NO)

Charlestown, Va.
Providence, R. I.
Albany, NY

Balance on settlement July, 1803.
Advanced by Navy Department, 1800.
Advanced by navy agent, 1800.
Advanced lry

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Clark Wheelock, purser

James Watson, midshipman. Kitten Head, S. C.
Charles Walsh, midshipman. Baltimore
John Williams, captain marine corps Prince Wm.co. Va.
William Walker, midsbipman Carlisle, Penn.
George Wade.
Horace Walpoole, lieutenant

Savannah, Ga.
Henry

Wilkinson, sailingmaster
John Wailes, midshipman

Thomas H. Wilkinson, midshipman - Fairfax co. Va.
George Watts, sailing master

Philadelphia
Williams and Carroll, contractors Georgetown, D.C.

Sussex, Del.

John W. Wendell
Robert Ward, midshipman

New York
Job West
John Williams, sailingmaster -

Currituck Inlet
Joshua E. White, midshipman

Dist. of Columbia
Benjamin Wilds, midshipman

Charleston, S. C.
Erasmus Watkins, midshipman
Henry Wells
Francis B White, lieutenant marines Boston
Walter Winter, lieutenant

Charles co. Md.
0. W. W. Wood, midshipman

Rhode Island
William Widgrow, sailingmaster
Thomas Williams, captain
Minor Winn, midshipman
Thomas Waine, purser

Boston
Conway Whittle, midshipman

Norfolk
John Wolfenden, sailing master
Joseph R. Wilson, purser

Georgetown, D.C.

9,923 46 No suit. Lost in the Pickering. Residence

of representatives unknown. 50 00 Advanced by Navy Department.

48 41 Advanced by Navy Department. 1,485 80 Balance on settlement July 22, 1833.

31 00 Ove payment by purser.

165 50 Advanced by navy agent and com'd'g officer.
1,837 72 Advanced by navy agent for recruiting ser-

vice.
245 21 | Advanced by Navy Department.
60 00 Advanced by Navy Department.
60 00 Advanced by Navy Department.

80 00 Advanced by Navy Department.
4,776 78 Balance on settlement in July, 1815. Copy Suit ordered August 17, 1894.
of account transmitted for suit.

Still pending
140 00 Advanced by Navy Dept. and navy agent.
59 91 Overpayment by purser.
452 40 Advanced by navy agent for recruiting.
322 00 Advanced by Navy Department,
25 00 Balance on settlement.
462 00 Balance advanced for recruiting.
43 70 Balance on settlement in May, 1823.
137 99 Advanced by commanding officer.
445 02 Dead. Balance on settlement.
489 00 Dead. Balance on settlement.
87 52 Dead. Balance on settlernent.
25 00 Advanced by recruiting officer,
81 70 Dead.
40 00
77 91 Dead. Overpayment to seamen recharged.
53 56 Balance on settlement.
432 00
200 00 Dead. Advanced by recruiting officer. Omit-

ted to be credited by him.
546 11 Balance on settlement in May, 1818.
1,730 78 Dead. Balance on settlement in April, 1824,

27 80 Balance on settlement, 1819.
49 16 Balance on settlement, 1819.
149 29

51 63
250 00 Advanced by commanding officer.

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Remarks by the Agent and Soli

cilor of the Treasury.

$53 98 Advanced by Navy Department.
25,775 15 Balance on settlement in 1824.
290 97 Balance on settlement 1823. Account trans. Non est inventus.

mitted for suit.
4 32 Advanced by purser.
412 72 Balance on settlement, 1827. Account trans. Dead. No suit. Representatives
mitted for suit.

unknown.
10 00
6,721 50
456 33 For amount of his note for property pur- Judgment, January term, 1833,

chased at auction. Account reported for for $650 87 and costs, against
suit, September 7, 1830.

Hiram Steele endorser, exe-
cution stayed at the request of
the Committee of Claims unti

3d March, 1835.
800 25 For amount of his note for property pur- Judgment, August term, 1834;

chased at auction. Amount reported for proceedings suspended as above
suit, September 7, 1830.

noted.
35 33 Advanced by E. N. Cox.me
17,989 02 Balance on settlement August 20, 1835 Pay stopped

2 70 Balance of advances by J. Laughton.ee
5,039 93

Advanced loy comercing omuer.

ABSTRACT-Continued.

Names and rank.

Residence.

Amount.

Remarks of the Fourth Auditor.

Mason Wilson, midshipman
George S. Wise, purser
Thomas Watts, sailingmaster

Tennessee
New York
Baltimore

George F. Weaver, midshipman
Jonathan B. Winn, agent slave trade

John F. Wallace, midshipman
Tobias Watkins, fourth auditor
Frederick White

Washington
Sackett's Harbor

2 00 Balance on settlement August 20, 1835.
1 90 Advanced by J. Brooks. ISO

Sol. White & Dexter Hungerford

Sackett's Harbor

New York

D. G. Woodbridge, midshipman
M. T. Woolsey, captain
John W. Willis, midshipman
A. W. Wilson, midshipman
Joseph Watson, purser
J. M. de Yoznardie, consul
Benjamin Yancey, midshipman
Jobo Yayan surgeon's mate

sailings vanniter

Edward

Washington

27 40
2:26 13
150 00
10 CO

Balance on settlement in May, 1823.
Advanced by navy agent and purser.

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