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RECAPITULATION.

Archibald Campbell.

Personal expenses

Total salary and personal expenses
John G. Parke...

Personal expenses

Total salary and personal expenses
Deduct amount received from U. S. pay dept

Total received from northwest boundary comm'n
G. Clinton Gardner
Personal expenses

Total salary and personal expenses
William J. Warren
John J. Major
C. B. R Kennerly

Travelling expenses

7,315 63 Joseph S. Harris.

Assistant surgeon and naturalist
Mar. 27, 1857 Mar. 31, 1864 7

15 150 per month

12, 624 19
Henry Custer.

Topographer
April 16, 1857 June 30, 1864 7

15 125 per month
Francis Herbst

10,812 50
.do

April 16, 1857 Mar. 31, 1859 1 11 15 125 per month
J. Nevin King

2, 937 50
Quartermaster and commissary

May 21, 1857 Jan. 15, 1861 3 7 26 150 per month
George Gibbs.

6, 575 80
Geologist and interpreter.
June 22, 1857 May 31, 1862 4 11 9 150 per month

8,895 00
R. V. Peabody

Guide
Aug. 1, 1857 Jan. 15, 1861 3 4

150 per month
Amount paid to employés, as per detailed statement herewith.

6 072 58

157, 143 89
Total salary of officers and employés to December 31, 1868.

385, 508 78
Total contingent expenses of northwest boundary survey to December 31, 1868, as appears by abstract herewith

209, 724 25
Total

595, 233 03
1868, as appears by the records of this office.
I hereby certify the above and foregoing to be a true and correct statement of expenditures on account of the United States northwestern boundary commission to the 31st December,

C. M. WALKER, Fifth Auditor.

Disbursements for contingent expenses of northwestern boundary survey from February 14,

1857, to December 31, 1868. Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1857.

$32, 551 34 Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1858.

24,957 65 Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1859.

62, 414 33 Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1960.

67,978 11 Total amount di-bursed for the year ending December 31, 1861.

12,506 41 Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1862

1, 263 78 Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1863.

1, 206 89 Total amount dixburred for the year ending December 31, 1864.

1, 354 52 Total amount disbursed for the year evding December 31, 1865.

1, 235 57 Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1866.

1,358 53 Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1867

1, 468 51 Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1868.

1, 428 53 Total amount disbursed on account of northwestern boundary survey for contingent expenses

from February 14, 1857, to December 31, 1868, as appears from the records of the office of the Fifth Auditor of the Treasury.

209, 724 25

Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey for 1857.

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FIRST QUARTER. J. C. Woodruff.... 1 portable transit.

1 zenith telescope
Franck Taylor..... 2 Burritt's Geography of the Heavens.

Logarithmic tables.
Francoeur Geodesy
Francoeur Astronomy

Shortrede's Logarithmic Tables, 2 volumes, 8vo.
J. & A. Henderson.. 3 cases for packing note-books, stationery, &c.....

Contingent expenditure for first quarter, 1857.

SECOND QUARTER.
T. J. Haynes & Co. For 32 half-barrels of clear pork, at $43...
Wm. Horr & Co... For 19 boxes pilot bread, 1,369 pounds, at $9
Bosworth, Martin For 23 barrels flour, at $12 75.
& Co.

For 962 pounds Ames's hams, at 22 cents.
For 975 pounds crushed sugar, at 194 cents.
For 8 bushels white beans, 500 pounds, at 6 cents.
For 355 pounds Carolina rice, at 8 cents
For 455 pounds Batavia coffee, at 184 cents
For 40 gallons vinegar, at 47} cents...
For 108 pounds sperm candles, at 50 cents.
For 300 pounds Hill's soup, at 8 cents..
For 5 bushels salt, 300 pounds, at 1t cents
For 109 pounds dried apples, at 14} cents
For 162 pounds Chili peaches, dried, at 30 cents

For 32 gallons sirup, at $1.......
Reynolds & Law... For 3 cases water crackers, 30 pounds each. 90 pounds, at 12 cents

For 3 cases assorted pickles, 6 dozen, at $4 50.
For 3 cases preserved fruits, 6 dozen, at $5 50.
For 6 cases preserved corn and tomatoes, 12 dozen, at $4 50.
For 1 case assorted spices.....
For 3 cases cheese, 144 pounds, at 14 cents.
For I case French macaroni...
For 2 bags corn meal, 600 pounds, at 5 cents.
For 2 gross matches, at $1, $2; 1 dozen French matches, at $1 50
For l case English sauce, 3 dozen, at $4 50, $13 50; 1 pound

nutmegs, $1 25.
For 3 kegs molasses, 26 gallons, at $1 05..
For 2 cases (7 cans) butter, 160 pounds, at 35 cents.
For 6 bags hominy, 60 pounds, at 14 cents
For 3 boxes sperm candles, 96 pounds, at 50 cents.
For 3 bags potatoes, 300 pounds, at 18 cents..

For 2 bags onions, 150 pounds, at 10 cents.
Reynolds & Law.... For 15 pounds black tea, at 50 cents.
William J. Warren.. For amount paid for commutation of subsistence in San Fran-

cisco of secretary, astronomer's clerk, and 4 assistants, from

May 16 to June 17, 1857, 6 persons, 33 days, at $2 per day....
For amount paid for commutation of subsistence in San Fran-

cisco from May 21 to June 17, 1857, of l assistant 28 days, at $2
For amount paid for commutation of subsistence in San Fran-
cisco of 6 employés from May 16 to June 21, 1857, 6 persons,
33 days, at $1 per day..

1,037 87

365 41

Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, &c.—Continued.

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C. A. Bagley.. For 8 bottles olive oil, at 75 cents.
J. W. Raymond For transportation of commissioner, chief astronomer and sur-

veyor, commissioner's secretary, astronomer's clerk, 4 assist-
ants, and 6 employés, (barometer and chronometer carriers

and instrument tenders,) from New York to San Francisco.... $3, 237 50
For freight on 17 cases instruments from New York to San Fran-
cisco ...

53 80
John G. Parke...... For porterage on instruments from Department of Interior to
Coast Survey office, Washington

1 50
For travelling expenses from Washington, D. C., to Boston and
return

30 05
For porterage on instruments in Washington, D.C.

1 00 For porterage on instruments in Washington, D. C..

75 For porterage on instruments in Washington, D.C..

75
For porterage and fare from Washington to New York,

7 75
For freight on 3 cases note books and stationery from Washing.
ton to New York

4 00
For porterage on 3 cases, &c., in New York

75
For transportation of barometers and chronometers to steamer
in New York

3 00
For hire of boat for transportation of barometers and chronom-
eters from Panama to steamer

800
C. Clinton Gardner.. For actual expense in travelling from Salem, Oregon Territory,
to Portland, Oregon Territory

8 50 For passage from Portland, O. T., to San Francisco, California.. 40 00 Archibald Campbell. For hack-hire and porterage to Washington depot

2 50 For travelling expenses from Washington to New York

7 50
For porterage in New York

87
For freight paid on stationery case, &c., from Washington to
New York...

5 00
For porterage and hack-hire from hotel to steamer, per Aspinwall 1 75
William J. Warren. For amount of commutation of subsistence in New York, 3 days,
at $2 per day

6.00
For amount paid for porterage and coach to and from hotel in
New York...

2.00 For amount of commutation of subsistence on the isthmus, 1 day. 2 00 John J. Major...... For porterage and coach to cars in Washington

1 00
For fare from Washington to New York.

7 50
For commutation of subsistence from Washington to New York,
and in New York 5 days, at $2 per day.

10 00
For porterrge and coach to and from hotel in New York.

2 00 For commutation of subsistence on isthmus, 1 day..

2 00 C.B. R. Kennerly. For porterage and coach to cars in Washington..

1 00
For fare from Washington to New York

7 50
For commutation of subsistence between Washington and New
York, and in New York 5 days, at $2 per day

10 00
For porterage and coach to and from hotel in New York.

2 00 For commutation of subsistence on the isthmus, 1 day

2 00 Joseph S. Harris.... For porterage and coach to cars in Washington.....

1 00
For fare from Washington to New York

7 50
For commutation of subsistence between Washington and New
York, and in New York, 6 days at $2 per day

12 00
For coach and porterage to and from hotel in New York

2 00 For commutation of subsistence on isthmus, 1 day.

2 00 H. Custer..... For porterage and coach to cars in Washington

1 00
For fare from Washington to New York

7 50
For commutation of subsistence between Washington and New
York, and in New York 5 days, at $2 per day

10 00
For porterage and coach to and from hotel in New York.

2 00 For commutation of subsistence on isthmus, 1 day..

2 00 F. Herbst... For porterage and coach to cars in Washington..

1 00
For fare from Washington to New York.

7 50
For commutation of subsistence between Washington and New
York, and 5 days in New York, at $2 per day

10 00
For porterage and coach to and from hotel in New York

2 00 For commutation of subsistence on isthmus, 1 day

2 00 William J. Warren.. For fare from Washington to New York of 5 employés, at $7 50.. 37 50

For amount paid for porterage on baggage to depot in Washing.
ton, 5, at 50 cents each.

2 50
For amount paid for commutation of subsistence between Wash

ington and New York and in New York 5 days each for 4, 3
days for 1—23 days, at $1 ...

23 00

22 50

22 50

24 50

22 50

22 50

Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary surory, &c.—Continued.

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$74 00

900

15 00

302 70

168 00

340 36

53 12

17 41

25 49

2 75

36 87

Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary surrey, &c.—Continued.

To whom paid.

Nature of expenditure.

Amount.

Total,

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8. F. Baird.-Cont'd. For gauze for insect nets

For landing net...

For insect frames..
S F, Baird ... For 50 sheets cork, at 10 cents each.

For 2,500 insect pios.
For 10 pounds arsenic, in cans.
For brushes for same.
For 2 pounds tartar emetic, in cans
For 50 pounds salt and alum, in 12 cans.
For raw cotton.
For small bottles..
For small boxes
For 2 dredges, at $5 each.
For 1 botanical press.
For 1 box water-color.

For pencils..
William Bond & Sons For 1 best sidereal chronometer, No. 188

For 1 best sidereal chronometer, No. 235
For 1 mali olar pocket chronometer, No. 201
For repairs, readjusting, cleaning sidereal chronometer, No. 2,475.
For repairs to solar chronometer. No. 75.
For repairs to solar chronometer, No. 76.
For leather travelling cases for the above

For 2 caskets prepared for sea transportation and camp use.
A. P. Hill..

For 24 sheets backed elephant paper, at $1 38 per sheet. Taylor & Maury... For 24 sheets thick French tracing paper...

For 12 yards tracing cloth....
J. & W. Henderson.. For 1 stationery box

For marking and lettering the same..
George S. Gideon... For 300 blank sheets for experiments of magnetic deflection..

For 300 blank sheets for experiments of magnetic vibration.
For 300 blank sheets for -xperiments of magnetic dip.
For I ream observations with zenith telescope.
For 2 reams vouchers, at $10....
For making 72 note-books, 1 quarter each demi 8vo., at 50 cents
For half binding 3 vols. Meteorology, at 50 cents each
For half binding 1 vol. pub. doc., Report of Secretary of War..
For half binding 1 vol. pub. doc. Iudian Hostilities, western Ter
For half binding 1 vol. pub. doc. Indian Affuirs, Western Ter...
For half binding 1 vol. Astronomical Tables
For full binding 1 vol. quarto Geometrical Observations.
For full binding 1 vol. Catalogue of Stars....
For full binding 2 vols, extra, from Mexican Boundary Survey,

at 87 cents each

For making 1 portfolio, 30 inches by 30 inches.
R. Farnham ..... For 1 memorandum book

For 1 ream note paper, $2 50; 200 envelopes, $1.
For 1 memorandum book.
For 1 ream letter paper, $4; 12 field books, $4 59
For 3 memorandum books, with alphabets, at 374 cents,
For 1 long day book, $1 25; 1 small day book, 50 cents.
For 3 6-quire record books, at $3...
For 3 4-quire blauk books, at 375 cents.
For 2 pocket memorandum books, at 75 cents.
For 2 dozen packs blank cards, at $1 50....
For 2 reams note paper, at $2 50..
For 700 envelopes at 37 ceuts
For 250 white official envelopes, at 75 cents

For 4 reams wrapping paper, at 50 cents
William Wurdeman. For 1 8-inch transit theodolite, with illnminating apparatus,

stands, &c.
For 1 6-inch transit theodolite, vertical circle.
For 2 sextants, at $115; 2 art, at $40
For 2 Schmelcoldn compasses, with tripods, at $30.
For 1 5-foot steel ruler, $7 50; 2 German silver scales, at $6.
For 1 telescope, at $33; 1 at $26, and I at $8
For 1 20-yard steel chain, $10; 1' 10-yard steel chain, $8; 2 dozen

pins, $3.
For 12 turning heliotropes, at $2 50; 1 coll. eye-piece, $8.
For 1 beam compass, $9; German silver $4
For 4 new instruinent cases, and packing. $35; clearing and re-

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pairs, $18. For 10 outside boxes, $30; 10 tin cases, $40 For tools and materials, $22; 10 plummets, $13.

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