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Statement of the finances of the Post Office Department for the year

ending June 30, 1851, in conformity with the 22d section of the act of July 2, 1836.

The amount of balances due to the department and to the

credit of the revenue account July 1, 1850, was...

$893, 078 11

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The expenditures during the year were as follows:
Compensation to postmasters ..
Ship, steamboat, and way letters
Transportation actually paid during the year.
Transportation liabilities credited the year..
Fines and deductions charged during the year.
Transportation paid for previous years .
Wrapping paper.
Ofice furniture.
Advertising
Mail bags.
Blanks.
Mail locks, keys, and stamps.
Mail depredations and special agents,
Clerks for offices .....
Miscellaneous payments.
Payments on account British mails.
Payments on account dead letters...
Post Office Laws, List, and Regulations.
Postage stamps..
Maps of post-routes..

$1,781,686 34

84,581 50 3,538,063 54 3,570, 658 12

34, 105 54 104,005 34 32, 353 15

4,978 64 75,070 22 40, 855 46 85,588 42

7,964 64 37,193 71 859, 098 45

85, 626 74 233,285 40

32 71 11,474 86

34 00 564 00

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Leaving this amount of balances to the credit of the reve

pue account, and due to the department July 1, 1851.

1,024, 972 73

Audrror's OmniCE, Post Office DEPARTMENT, March 24, 1852.
Respectfully submitted :

J. W. FARRELLY, Avditor.
Hon. NATRAN K. Hall, Postmaste; Generol.

1st Session.

No. 109.

FINANCES POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

LET TER

FROM

THE POSTMASTER GENERAL,

TRANSMITTING

A statement of the finances of the Post Office Department.

MAY 3, 1852.
Laid upon the table, and ordered to be printed.

Post OFFICE DEPARTMENT,

March 30, 1852. 8x: In obedience to the requirements of the fourth subdivision of the twenty-second section of the “ Act to change the organization of the Post Office Department, and to provide more effectually for the settlement of the accounts thereof,” I have the honor to transmit, herewith, a statement of the finances of the Post Office Department for the year ending on the 30th day of June, 1851, duly certified by the Auditor of the Treasury for the said department. I have the honor to be, with great respect, your most obedient servant,

N. K. HALL,

Postmaster General. 'The Hon. LINN BOYD,

Speaker of the House of Representatives U. S.

A list of clerks and other persons employed in the Department of the Interior during the year 1851.

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D. C. Goddard. .chief clerk.
George C. Whiting....clerk.
R. H. Williamson. do
A. S. H. White. do.
Wm. Richards.

do.
Nicholas Cleary do.
Robert Bowie.

do.
B. G. Baldwin.

do.
Thomas Sewall. do.
Q. A. D. Clarke. do
O. D. Blanchard

do
John S. Williams. do.
A. H. Markland. do
H. O. Boudinot.. .do.
Thomas Birge

.do.
W. L. Boak.

do.
F. Moulton..

..do
8. G. Hyde

do
D. C. Wirt.

.do..
J. W. Shields messenger.
John N. Ford..

Japuary 1, 1851 to January 1, 1852.

..do.. .do. .do. .do.

.do.. .do. .do.

do. .do. .do.

.do. .do..
..do.

.do. .do.
..do. .do. .do..
January 1, 1851 to October 8, 1851.
January 1, 1851 to January 1, 1852
April 1, 1851 to January 1, 1852.
April 15, 1851 to January 1, 1852.
April 15, 1851 to December 6, 1851.
April 15, 1851 to December 5, 1851.
April 15, 1851 to December 5, 1851..
April 18, 1851 to December 5, 1851.
April 22, 1851 to December 5, 1851
May 19, 1851 to December 5, 1851.
January 1 to October 1, 1851, at $3 33. per day.
October 1, 1851, to January 1, 1852, at $1,000 per annum.
December 2, 1851 to January 1, 1852.
January 1, 1851 to January 1, 1852.
January 1, 1851 to October 31, 1851.
January 1, 1851 to March 31, 1851, at $96 per annum
April 10, 1851 to September 30, 1851, at $120 per annum
October 1, 1851 to January 1, 1852, at $180 per annum.
November 1, 1851 to January 1, 1852.
January 1, 1851 to October 31, 1851..
January 1 to November 21, 1851..
November 22, 1851 to January 1, 1852.

$2,000 00
1,600 00
1,400 00
1,400 00
1,300 00
1,300 00
1, 500 00
1, 200 00
1,000 00
1, 200 00
1, 200 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00
1,000 00

$2,000 00
1,600 00
1,405 00
1,400 00
1,300 00
1,300 00
1,300 00

926 08
1,000 00

900 00
83 84
610 87
610 87
610 87
632 63
621 61
517 47

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250 00

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1, 200 00

700 00
700 00

37 82
700 00
683 96

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$24 00
60 00
45 00

123 00

W.E. Xoran...
W.E. Moran..
Tbomas Moran
1. Reidy

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700 00
600 od
600 00
600 00

116 03
417 11
28 63
64 84

Total..

20, 861 06

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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,

Office of Indian Affairs, February 7, 1852. SIR: I have the honor herewith, in accordance with the eleventh section of " An act legalizing and making appropriations for such necessary objects as have been usually included in the general appropriation bills without authority of law,” &c., approved August 26, 1812, to transmit duplicate lists of clerks and other persons employed during the year 1851, or any part thereof

, in this office, the time they were employed, the amount paid to cach, and the place of his residence at the time of appointment.

With regard to the other requirements of the section referred to, I have to state that the clerks of this office have generally been usefully employed; that the services of the present number are indispensable, and that the remoral of no individual is at this time required for the better despatch of business. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

L. LEA, Commissioner. Han. A. H. H. STUART,

Secretary of the Interior.

:

List of clerks and other persons employed in the office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs during the year 1851, the

residence of each at the time of appointment, the period of employment and amount paid.

Name and office.

Residence.

Time employed.

Amount.

Whole year

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Charles E. Mix. .chief clerk.
John Dowling clerk.
Hezekiah Miller.. .do..
T. R. Cruttenden .do
James J. Miller ..do.
William B. Waugh.

.do.
N. Quackenbush. .do.
L. Berryman.
S. D. Leib.
John H. Steel.
L. R. Smoot..
J.A. Collins

.do.
S. J. Potts...

do.
J. C. Mullay ..........do......
George H. Holtzman...do.
Alfred Chapman

.do.
J. S. Reed........

..do. Isaac Winston.......

.do.
W.J. Reese..

.do.
Charles Drane.....messenger.
Henry Bittinger.
A. H. Markland. .extra clerk.
James E. Stewart. .do.
E. B. Grayson...... .do.
Lorenzo Dorsey.
H. R. Schoolcraft.
M. Schoolcraft.
John T. Cochrane.. extra clerk.

District Columbia.
Mississippi
District Columbia.
District Columbia.
Virginia..
Maryland.
New York,
District Columbia
Pennsylvania.
Georgia..
New York.
Maryland.
District Columbia.
Tennessee
District Columbia.
Virginia..
District Columbia.
Virginia..
Pennsylvania.
District Columbia.
Ohio.
Kentucky
Virginia.
District Columbia
Maryland.
New York.
New York.
District Columbia

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January 1 to October 20,
Whole year.

...do....
March 20 to December 31
Whole year....
January 1 to April 14.
January 1 to April 14, and May 18 to December 31
April 14 to December 31.
April 18 to July 19..
July 28 to December 31.
October 20 to December 31.
Whole year.....

..do..
January 1 to April 14.
November 1 to December 31.
October 10 to December 31,
October 10 to December 31

$1,950 82
1,600 00
1,400 00
1,400 00
1,400 00
1,400 00
1, 200 00
1, 200 00

954 45
1,533 33
1,121 76
1, 263 33
1,400 00

410 10
930 17
932 82
367 80
431 63
234,79
70000
600 00
285 00
228 00
820 00

264 00
1,700 00

918 00
200 00

do.

.....do

Whole year.

....do.....
June and July

Total

26, 236 00 Indian tribes, and making appropriation for the same.

*H. R. Schoolcraft, and M. Schoolcraft, his copyist, are employed specially under fifth article of act of March 3, 1847, requiring consus and statistics of

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