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Interior, transmitting communication from the Commissioner of

Indian Affairs relative to destitution of Sioux Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the..... Interior, relative to the survey of land in Alaska. Letter from

the Secretary of the..... Interior, transmitting report relative to the sale of certain Indian

lands in Kansas. Letter from the Secretary of the......... Interior, transmitting estimates of appropriations for expenses

of Osage Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the........ Interior, transmitting estimate of appropriations for survey of

land for the benefit of Cheyenue and Arapahoe Indians. Let

ter from the Secretary of the...... Interior, transmitting draught of appropriations required by

Interior Department for the present fiscal year. Letter from

the Secretary of the..................................... Interior, transunitting estimates of appropriations for Indian

tribes. Letter from the Secretary of the..... Interior, submitting a clause to be inserted in the appropriation

bill relative to the purchase of the United States statutes.

Letter from the Secretary of the.........
Interior, transmitting communication from the Commisioner of

Indian Affairs relative to the suffering condition of the Qua

paw Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the....... Interior, relative to appropriations for carrying on Indian

treaties. Letter from the Secretary of the..... Interior, relative to the Cherokee neutral lands in Kansas. Let

ter from the Secretary of the................ Interior, relative to the survey of the Choctaw country. Letter

from the Secretary of the......... Interior, relative to the sale of the Sioux Indian reservation.

Letter from the Secretary of the......................... Interior, relative to the claim by the Choctaw Nation against

the United States. Letter from the Secretary of the........ Interior, relative to the payment of interest to Cherokee Indians.

Letter from the Secretary of the.......
Interior, relative to the petition of the Iowa Indians. Letter

from the Secretary of the........
Interior, transmitting estimates of deficiencies in the office of

the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Letter from the Secre

tary of the............................ . Interior, transmitting estimates of appropriation for the removal

of the Creek Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the...... Interior, relative to estimates of appropriation required by the

General Land Office for the year ending June 30, 1869. Let

ter from the Secretary of the.............................. Interior, transmitting estimates of additional appropriations for

various bands of Sioux Indians. Letter from the Secretary

of the........................ Interior, transmitting communication from the Commissioner

of Indian Affairs relative to the Navajo Indians in New

Mexico. Letter from the Secretary of the.................. Interior, transmitting report of the commission to select a site

for a post office in the city of New York. Letter from the

Secretary of the................................
Interior, relative to certain liabilities on account of records fur-

nished for the use of the register of deeds for the District of

Columbia. Letter from the Secretary of the........... Interior, relative to the proposed reduction of estimates for the

surveying service for the year ending June 30, 1869. Letter

from the Secretary of the............................ Interior, relative to amount of Indian spoliation claims in the

Department of the Interior. Letter from the Secretary of the. Interior, relative to an appropriation to carry out treaty stipula

tions with the Sissiton and Wahpeton bands of Dakota Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the...................

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Interior, submitting estimate of appropriation for the Indian
service in California, incurred during the years 1860 to 1867.

Letter from the Secretary of the......
Interior, relating to report of commissioners under treaty with

the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians. Letter from the Secre

tary of the...... Interior, relative to the grant of lands to lowa for railroad pur

poses, by act approved May 15, 1856. Letter from the Sec

retary of the......... Interior, recommending an appropriation to be expended in

presents for the Indians of the Aleutian isle, in Alaska. Let

ter from the Secretary of the........... Interior, transmitting report relative to removing certain desti

tute Indians, with estimates of appropriations needed there.

for. Letter from the Secretary of the....... Interior, transmitting report relative to the necessities of the

Chippewa Indians, and recommending an appropriation for

their relief. Letter from the Secretary of the.... Interior, transmitting statement of disbursements for the Indian

service. Letter from the Secretary of the............ Interior, relative to the necessity of increased force of clerks in

the Patent Office. Letter from the Secretary of the......... Interior, relative to an appropriation for subsisting friendly In

dians. Letter from the Secretary of the....... Interior, transmitting communication from the Commissioner

of Indian Affairs relative to the survey of the eastern boundary of the Choctaw and Chickasaw country. Letter from the

Secretary of the........................................ Interior, transmitting letter from General Sibley relative to the

destitute condition of the Sioux Indians. Letter from the

Secretary of the.......
Interior, transmitting report of A. R. Banks relative to the des-

titute condition of Indian tribes in Karsas. Letter from the

Secretary of the..........
Interior, transmitting communication from the Commissioner

of Indian Affairs relative to an appropriation to destitute

friendly Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the..... Interior, transmitting list of clerks appointed since April 1.

Letter from the Secretary of the........................... Interior, transmitting estimates of appropriations to carry out

treaty stipulation with the Pottawatomie Indians. Letter

from the Secretary of the................. Interior, transmitting information relative to the irrigation of

public lands. Letter from the Secretary of the..... Interior, transmitting a communication from the Commissioner

of Indian Affairs relative to an appropriation for certain

friendly Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the ......... Interior, transmitting telegram from General Sherman relative

to the removal of the Navajo and Ute Indians. Letter from

the Secretary of the........... Interior, asking an appropriation to carry out treaty stipulations

with certain Sioux Indians. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting estimates of appropriations for damages

sustained by settlers in Nebraska. Letter from the Secretary of the..............: Interior, transmitting Major General Dodge's report. Letter

from the Secretary of the...... Interior, transmitting estimate of appropriation to carry out

treaty stipulations with Seneca and other tribes of Indians.
Letter from the Secretary of the.......
Interior, transmitting statement relative to the Kickapoo In-

dians. Letter from the Secretary of the....
Internal Revenue. Annual report of the Commissioner of.....
Internal Revenue, relative to the Gettysburg Asylum lottery.
Letter from the Commissioner of......

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Internal Revenue, relative to the mode of taxing the Shaker association at New Lebanon, N. Y. Letter from the Comarissioner of ........

............. Irrigation of public lands. Letter from the Secretary of the

Interior, transmitting information relative to......
Iron-clads, sale of. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy rela-

tive to the.............
Iron-clad monitors. Message from the President of the United

States transmitting report from the Secretary of State relative

to the sale of the Opeoto and Catawba......
Iron-clads of Europe and this country. Report of Captain

Eades on........
Island, San Juan. Letter from the Secretary of War relative

o the occupancy of.........

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Jail. Annual report of the warden of the United States....... Japanese treaty fund. Letter from the Secretary of State relative to the........

le............................. .............. Judge Advocate General. Annual report of the...

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Land Office, General. Annual report of the Commissioner of

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No. 1. Tabular statement showing the number of acres of

public lands surveyed in the land States and Territories up to June 30, 1866, during the last fiscal year, and the total of the public lands surveyed up to June 30, 1867 ; also, the total area of the public domain remaining unsurveyed

within the same............................... No. 2. Statement of public lands sold, of cash and bounty.

land scrip received therefor; number of acres entered under the homestead law of May 20, 1862; of commissions received under the sixth section of said act; also land located with scrip un 'er the agricultural college and mechanic act of July 2, 1862, and commissions received by registers and receivers on the value thereof; and statement of incidental expenses thereon in the first half of the fiscal year com

mencing July 1, 1866, and ending June 30, 1867......... No. 3. Statement showing like particulars for the second half

of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1867.................. No. 4. Summary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1867,

showing the number of acres disposed of for cash, with bounty-land scrip, by entry under the homestead laws of May 20, 1862, and March 21, 1864, with aggregate of $10 homestead payments, homestead commissions ; also, locations with agricultural college and mechanic scrip. under

act of July 2, 1862........ No. 5. Statement showing the quantity of swamp lands

selected for the several States under the acts of Congress approved March 2, 1849, and September 28, 1850, and

March 12, 1860, up to and ending September 30, 1865.... No. 6. Statement exbibiting the quantity of swamp land ap

proved to the several States under the acts of Congress approved March 2, 1849, September 28, 1850, and March

12, 1860, up to and ending September 30, 1867........... No. 7. Statement exbibiting the quantity of swamp land

patented to the several States under the acts of Congress approved September 28, 1850, and March 12, 1860; and also the quantity certified to the State of Louisiana under the act approved March 2, 1849...

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No. 8. Exhibit of bounty-land business under acts of 1847,

1850, 1852, and 1855, showing the issue and locations from the commencement of the operations under said acts to Jur

30, 1867.......................................... No. 9. Statement showing the State selections under the

“internal improvement" grant of 4th of September, 1841,

and on the 30th of June. 1867....... No. 10. Statement respecting the accounts of receivers of pub

lic moneys, disbursing agents, and adjustment of the five per cent. fund............ No. 11. Statement showing the selections made by certain

States of lands within their own limits under agricultural and mechanic act of July 2, 1862, and its supplementai acts of April 14, 1864, and June 21, 1866; also, the loca

tions made with scrip under said acts....................! No. 12. Statement exbibiting land concessions by acts of

Congress to States and corporations for railroad and military wagon-road purposes from the year 1850 to June 30,

1867............. No. 13. Statement exhibiting land concessions by acts of

Congress to States for canal purposes from the year 1827

to June 30, 1867 ...................................... No. 14. Statement showing the homestead fees and commis

sions required to be paid under the several homestead acts. No. 15. Estimate of appropriations required for the office of

the Commissioner of the General Land Office for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 1869................. No. 16. Estimates of appropriations for the surveying depart.

ment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869......... No. 17. Estimate of appropriations required for surveying

the public lands for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869.. No. 18. Reports of surveyors general, A to L inclusive...... No. 19. Statement of confirmed Indian pueblo grants and

private land claims in New Mexico............ No. 20. General tabular statement exhibiting the following:

No.1, States and Territories containing public lands; No.
2, square miles and areas of States and Territories contain-
ing public land; No.3, quantity sold ; No. 4, entered under
the homestead law ; No.5, granted for military services ;
No.6, granted for agricultural colleges; No. 7, approved
under grants in aid of railrvads; No 8, approved swamp
selections; No.9, quantity granted for internal improve-
ments ; No. Jo, donation and grants for schools and univer-
sities ; No. 11, locations with Indian scrip; No. 12, located
with float scrip; No. 13. estimated quantity granted for
wagon roads; No. 14, quantity granted for ship canals ;
No. 15, salines; No. 16, seats of government and public
buildings; No. 17, granted to individuals and companies ;
No. 18, granted for deaf and dumb asylums; No. 19, re-
served for benefit of Indians; No. 20, reserved for coinpa-
nies, individuals, and corporations ; No. 21, confirmed pri.
vate land claims; No. 22, quantity remaining unsold and

Quappropriated June 30, 1867...
No. 21. Historical and statistical table of the United States

of North America..................................... No. 22. Statement showing the area and population of the

British possessions porth of the United States boundary... No. 23. Statement showing the area and population of the West

Indies, Mexican states, Central America, and New Granada. No. 24. Set of 28 maps of all the public land States and Territo

ries, to wit: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Dakota, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Nebraska, Kansas, Indian territory, Colorado, New Mexico, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, Utab, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington Territory, and Russian America....

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Each map shows the extent of the public surveys where such

have been extended; also the names of countries and resources,

so far as furnished by the data on hand........ No. 25. Connected map of the United States from ocean to

ocean, exhibiting the extent of the public surveys, localities, land districts, seats of surveyor generals' offices and district officers ; also localities of railroads of general interest and mineral deposits ...... No. 26. Map of the world on Mercator's projection....... Land, tract of, near New London, Connecticut. Letter from

the Secretary of the Navy relative to ...... Lands, grant of, to lowa. Letter from the Secretary of the In

terior in reference to........ Lands, Indian, Kansas. Letter from the Secretary of the In

terior, transmitting report relative to the sale of...... Lands, swamp, in rebel States. Letter from the Secretary of

War, transmitting report from military commanders in south

ern military districts relative to... Lands granted for railroad purposes, forfeiture of. Letter from

the Secretary of War, transmitting report from quartermaster

general relative to........ Lands, survey of, for Cheyenne Indians and Arrapahoe. Let.

ter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting estimate

of appropriations for........
Land grants in the rebel States. Letter from the Secretary of

War, transmitting papers relative to .......
Life-saving inventions. "Letter from the Secretary of the Treas.

wy, transmitting the report of the commission on .......... Light-house at Black Rock. Letter from the Secretary of the

Treasury relative to ........
Ligbt house Board. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury,

trausmitting report relative to a beacon at Long Beach bar

from the ...
Light-house at Port Austin. Letter from the Secretary of the

Treasury relative to ...
Light-house sites, sale of. Letter from the Secretary of the

Treasury, transmitting report of Light-house Board rela-
tive to .......
Light-bouse at Au Sable river. Letter from the Secretary of

the Treasury, transmitting communication from the Light

bouse Board relative to the erection of a ........
Loans by national banks. Letter from the Secretary of the

Treasury relative to......
Louisiana, property seized in. Letter from the Secretary of

War, transmitting reports relative to ......
Louisiana and North Carolina. Message from the President of

the United States relative to proceedings in .....
Lusk, Albert M. D. C. Message from the President of the

United States relative to the trial of .....

M.

Mails between New York and Philadelphia. Letter from the

Postmaster General relative to....
Mails between Baltimore and New York. Letter from the Post-

master General relative to....
Maine, separate customs districts in. Letter from the Secretury

of the Treasury relative to ...... Maps. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting

communication from the Commissioner of the General Land

Office relative to the publication of .
Meade, General George G. Letter from the General of the

army, transmitting telegram from .......
Mercantile marine, and commercial policy of Great Britain.

Message from the President of the United States, transmitting
Hon. F. H. Morse's report of the ...

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