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Aqueduct, accompanying the President's annual message, (part 2.)

Report of the operations upon the Washington
Arkansas. Annual report of the surveyor general of -
Armories, and the number of arms and appendages made and al-

tered thereat during the ycar ending June 30, 187. State-

ment of the expenses of the.....
Armories and arsenals during the year ending June 30 1857, (part

2, President's message.) Statement of the procipal opera-

tions of the...
Army during the year 1857. Report, accompanying the President's

annual message, part 2, of the condition and operations of

the
Army, (President's message, part 2.) Annual repost of the Com-

manding General on the general condition and wants of the.
Army, (President's message, part 2.) Annual repat of the Adju-

tant General of the
(See list of documents accompanying the above at page 94 of same.)
Army, (President's message, part 2.) Annual reprt of the Quar-

termaster General of the
Army, (President's message, part 2.) Annual report of the Com-

missary General of the...
Army, accompanying President's message, part 2. Annual report

of the Surgeon General of the
Army, accompanying the President's annual message, part 2. Re-

port of the Chief Engineer of the
Army, accompanying the President's annual ressage, part 2. Re-

port of the Chief Topographical Engineer of the...
Army, accompanying the President's annualmessage, part 2. Re-

port of the Chief of Ordnance of the.i-...
Army officers belonging to the several reginents in service in the

field, or at remote or frontier statioss, are now absent from
duty, and the cause of such absence in each case. State-

ment showing what.
Arsenals and armories during the year ending June 30, 1857, ac-

companying the President's annul message, (part 2.) State-

ment of the principal operationsof the.
Arts and manufactures for the year 1817, (part 1.) Report of the

Commissioner of Patents on the subject of..
Arts and manufactures for the year 157, (part 2.) Report of the

Commissicner of Patents on tle subject of.
Arts and manufactures for the year 1857, (part 3.) Report of the

Commissioner of Patents on the subject of
Attorney General of the United Stites in relation to the legality of

the seizure of the American vessels “Georgiana” and “Lizzie
Thompson" by the Peruwan war steamer “ Tumbes” while
taking in cargoes of gusno purchased of Vivanco, or his
agents, curing the struggle between Vivanco and Castillo.

Opinion of the
Auditor on the operations o his office for 1857. Report of the

First
Auditor on the operations of his office for 1857. Report of the

Second....
Auditor on the operations of his office for 1857. Report of the

Third
Auditor on the operations of his office for 1857. Report of the

Fourth
Auditor on the operations of his office for 1857. Report of the

Fifth
Auditor on the operations of his office for 1857. Report of the

Sixth

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Auditor of the Treasury, from July 1, 1856, to June 30, 1857, in-

clusive, accompanying the President's annual message, part
3. Abs:ract of expenditures under the head of “contingent

expenses," settled and allowed at the office of the Fourth..-
Auditor of the Post Office Department of the receipts and expendi.

tures o‘the Post Office Department, together with the ope-
rations of his office in connexion therewith, for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 1857. Report of the...
Auditor of the Treasury of the United States communicating copies

of acounts of persons charged with the disbursement or ap-
plication of moneys, goods, or effects, for the benefit of the
İndans, during the year ending June 30, 1857, together
wità a list of the names of persons to whom goods, moneys,
or effects have been delivered during that period. Letter of
the Second

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Beale's exploration for a wagon-road from Fort Defiance, in New

Mexico, to the western borders of California. Report of E. F.
Bills by Congress at so late a period of the session as not to give

him sufficient time to examine them. Remonstrance of the

President against the passage of ....
Blythe island, in the State of Georgia. Report in regard to meas-

ures taken to establish a naval depot on
Boundary line between the United States and Mexico. Report in

relation to the progress of the Report of Major Emory of the

Survey of the
Bremen, in relation to alleged claims for losses sustained by sub-

jects of the Hanse Towns at the bombardment of Greytown.

Correspondence with the ministers of......
Bridge. Report of the engineer in charge of the Little Falls......
Brig Macedonian. (See Macedonian )
British authorities at the Island of Jamaica. Report of the recep-

tion and humane treatment of the officers and crew of the
American ship Susquehanna, who were sick with the yellow

fever, by the...
British ship-of-war on the coast of Africa. Correspondence relating

to the seizure of the American barque Panchita, by a
Browne, on the late Indian war in the Territories of Washington

and Oregon. Report of J. Ross..
Bullion imported and exported annually from 1821 to 1857, amount

of importation over exportation, and of exportation over
importation, during the same years. Statement of the

amount of coin and.....
Bureau of Explorations and Surveys, embracing the subject of sink-

ing artesian wells on the public lands, surveys for military
defences, and the exploration of the Colorado west, (Presi.

dent's message, part 2.) Report of the
Bureau of Yards and Docks, accompanying the President's annual

message, (part 3.) Report and detailed estimates of the...
Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, including those of the Naval

Observatory and Naval Academy, accompanying the Presi-
dent's annual message, (part 3.) Report and detailed esti-

mates of the...
Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repairs, accompanying the

President's annual message, (part 3) Report and detailed

estimates of the...
Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, accompanying the President's

annual message, (part 3.) Report and detailed estimates of the.
(See list of prpere accompanying the above, at page 904 of the same )

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California. Annual report of the surveyor general of .
California. Exploration of a route for a wagon-road from Fort

Defiance, in New Mexico, to the western borders of
Canada is authorized to make and receive on goods or articles im-

ported into the United States from that place. Report of
the Secretary of the Treasury in relation to the fees or

charges that the consul general of ...
Canal. Report on the condition of the Louisville and Portland...
Capitol extension, reconstruction of dome, and post office extension,

(President's message, part 2) Report of Captain Meigs,

engineer in charge of
Chile, of the proceeds of the cargo of the brig Macedonian, the

property of citizens of the United States. Correspondence

relative to the seizure by the authorities of....
Chief engineer. (See Engineer-army.)
Chief Topographical Engineer. (See Engineer - army.)
China, relating to the consular courts of the United States of Amer-

ica in China. Letter from the commissioner of the United

States in...
China. Copy of instructions given to Mr. Reed, commissioner of

the United States to
Chorpenning, jr., surviving partner of Woodward & Chorpenning,

mail contractors. Settlement of the claim of George
Circular instructions. (See Treasurer.)
Claiborne, special agent appointed to collect statistics on the con-

sumption of cotton in Europe. Report of John..--..
Coal depot for naval purposes at Key West, Florida, accompanying

President's annual message, (part 3) Report of the super-

intending engineer of the.....
Coast survey, (in quarto.) Annual report on the..
Coasting trade from 1015 to 1857. Enrolled and licensed tonnage

employed in the...
Cod fishery. (See Fishery )
Coin and bullion. (See Importedexported )
Coinage at the United States mint annually from its establishment

in 1792, and including the coinage of the branch mints
and the assay office, (New York,) from their organization, to

September 30, 1857. Amount of gold and silver...
Coinage at the mint of the United States, branches, and assay office,

during the first six months of 1857; report of the director,

with explanatory tables. Statement of the amount of .....
Collection districts. (See Imported— exported)
Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and Blind, (part 1.)

Report of the President of the
Commandant of the marine corps. (See Marine corps.)
Commanding general of the army. (See Army.)
Commerce a'id navigation of the United States, for the year ending

30th June, 1857. Report with statements of the...
Commerce of the United States, &c. Statistical view of the
Commerce of each State and Territory of the United States, &c.

Statistical view of the.....
Commerce in the ports of Mexico. Correspondence in relation to

measures adopted to protect American..

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Commercial relations, (in quarto.) Report of the Secretary of

State on.....
Commissary General of the army. (See Army.)
Commissioner of Customs on the operations of his office during the

past year. Report of the..
Commissioner of the General Land Office, accompanying the annual

message of the President, showing the operations of the
General Land Office, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1857,
and for the quarter ending September 30, 1857, (part 1.)

Report of the...
Commissioner of Patents, for the year 1857, on Agriculture, Arts,

and Manufactures, (parts 1, 2, 3, 4.) Annual report of...
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, with accompanying reports and

statements from the several superintendents, agents, and

teachers. Annual report of the.
(For accompanying papers, see page 301.)
Commissioner of Pensions. Annual report of the......
Commissioner of Public Buildings. Annual report of the....
Commissioner to China. Copy of instructions given to Mr. Reed
Comptroller of the Treasury of appropriations applicable to the

Interior Department, viz: Showing the balances of appro-
priations for 1856 ; the appropriations for 1856-57; repay-
ments and transfers; amounts applicable to the service,
and drawn by requisitions from the treasury, for the year
1856-'57 ; balances on the 30th June, 1857, with such ap-
propriations as have been carried to the surplus fund. State-

ment of the Second...
Comptroller of the Treasury of appropriations applicable to the

War Department, during the fiscal year 1856-57; the
amount drawn by requisitions ; the balances on the 1st
July, 1857, and such appropriations as have been carried to

the surplus fund. Statement of the Second
Comptroller of the Treasury accompanying the President's annual

message, (part 3,) with a statement of appropriations for the
Navy Department, viz: Balances of appropriations on July
1, 1856 ; appropriations ; repayments nd transfers ; amount
applicable to the service ; and amounts drawn from the
treasury by requisitions during the year 1856-'57; and the
balances on the 30th June, 1857, with the sums specially
designated that have been carried to the surplus fund. Be-

port of the Second
Comptroller showing the operations of his office during the past

year. Report of the First....
Comptroller showing the operations of his office during the past

year Report of the Second ...
Construction, Equipment, and Repair. (See Bureau of Construc-

tion, &c.)
Contingent fund of the House of Representatives. Letter of the

Secretary of the Treasury to the First Auditor, respecting

the
Consul General. (See Canada.)
Contingent expenses of foreign intercourse for the year ending Nov.

30, 1857. Statement of...
“Contingent expenses," settled and allowed at the office of the

Fourth Auditor of the Treasury from July 1, 1856, to June
30, 1857, accompanying President's annual message, (part 3)

Abstract of expenditures, under the head of...
Contingent expenses of the War Department for the year ending

June 30, 1857. Statement of expenditures for

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Contracts made under the cognizance of the Bureau of Yards and

Docks since the last report under act of April 21, 1808,
accompanying the President's annual message, (part 3.)

List of
Contracts made under the cognizance of the Bureau of Construc-

tion, Equipment, and Repair, from October 15, 1856, to
November 19, 1857, accompanying the President's annual

message, (part 3.) List of
Contracts made under the authority of the War Department during

the year 1857. Statement of
Contract made with Russell, Majors & Waddell for beef cattle ; and

also a statement of contracts made by the department, or
under its authority, during the present session of Congress,
in connexion with the Utah expedition, without public

notice. Copy of a...
Cotton in Europe. Report of John Clairbone, esq., special agent

appointed to collect statistics on the consumption of.
Court-houses, &c. Report on the construction of...
Custom-houses, &c. Report on the construction of
Customs each year, and the expenses of collection during the same

period. Statement of the amount of importations annually,

from July 1, 1849, to 1857 ; the amount of ..
Customs in the Pacific ports from July 1, 1850, to June 30, 1857...
Customs, on the operations of his office during the past year. Re-

port of the Commissioner of..

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Deaf and dumb and blind. Report of the President of the Columbia

Institution for the
Deaths and dismissals in the navy. (See Navy.)
Debt, on the 1st July, 1857; the amount paid and redeemed since,

and the amout outstanding November 17, 1857. Statement

of the amount of public....
Debt, on the 3d March, 1857; the amount redeemed and paid to

July 1, 1857 ; the amount since, and the total amount out-
standing November 17, 1857. Statement of the amount of

the public....
Denmark, for the discontinuance of the Sound dues. Copy of a

convention between the United States and his Majesty the

King of
Dickson, an American citizen, residing at Jaffa, in Palestine. Report

concerning the outrages lately committed against the family

of Mr....
Disbursing agents. (See Penn-La Sere.)
Disbursing officers and disbursing agents employed under the direc-

tion of the Treasury Department. Circular instructions to
the

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Emigrants, arising from the practice of contracting with irrespon-

sible parties in Europe for American inland passage tickets.
Copies of correspondence with, and dispatches from Ameri-
can ministers at the courts of England, France, Switzerland,

and other powers, on the subject of the dangers to ...
Emory on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey. Report

in relation to the progress of the Report of Major...
Engineer in charge on the construction of custom-houses, court-

houses, port offices, marine hospitals, and other public build-
ings confided to the charge of the Treasury Department.
Report of the

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