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Venezuela during the year 1857. Commercial relations of the

United States with...
Vessels engaged in trade between the United States and France,

and vice versa ; also those (steam vessels) in contemplation ;
the number of 200 horse power and upwards, tonnage, crews,
and the aggregate entered and cleared at the ports of Bos-
ton, New York, and New Orleans, during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the number of Ameri-
can and French steam and sailing.

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Vessels in commission belonging to the navy on October 1, 1857.
Statement of the....

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Vessels in ordinary, repairing and equipping, belonging to the
navy on October 1, 1857. Statement of the...

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Vessels on the stocks and in progress of construction belonging to
the navy on October 1, 1857. Statement of the

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Vessels, the names of which have been changed under the act of
March 5, 1856, &c Statement of the number of...

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Vessels of the United States in the Gulf of Mexico and on the coast

of Cuba. Message of the President of the United States
transmitting a report of the Secretary of State relative to
attacks upon.

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Vessels, with their tonnage and crews, which cleared from the

United States for foreign countries during the year ending June

30, 1857. Statement of the number of American and foreign. 14
Vessels, with their tonnage and crews, which entered the United

States from foreign countries during the year ending June

30, 1857. Statement of the number of American and foreign. 14
Veseels which entered into and cleared from the United States for

foreign countries during the year ending June 30, 1857.
Statement of the national character of the foreign

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Vessels arriving from and departing to each foreign country during

the year ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the tonnage
of the American and foreign.

14
Vessels entered into each State and Territory during the year

ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the number, crews,
and tonnage of

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Vessels cleared from each State and Territory during the year

ending June 30, 1851. Statement of the number, crews,
and tonnage of

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Vessels, their tonnage and crews, which cleared from each collec

tion district of the United States for foreign countries during
the year ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the number
of American and foreign

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Vessels, their tonnage and crews, which entered each collection

district of the United States from foreign countries during
the year ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the number
of American and foreign

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Vessels wuich departed from each district of the United States, and

the countries to which they cleared, during the year ending
June 30, 1857. Statement of the pumber and tonnage of
American and foreiga..

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Vessels built in each State and Territory during the year ending

June 30, 1857. Statement of the number, class, and too-
nage of the

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Vessels built in the several States and Territories from 1815 to

1857, inclusive. Statement of the number, class, and ton-
nage of.....

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Virginia military claims. Views of the Commissioner of the Gene-
ral Land Office relative to the

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Volunteers and regular troops for the army. Report of the Adjutant

General relative to estimated difference of expense between.. 2

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Walker and his followers. Letter of the Secretary of State that

the government of Nicaragua had made no complaint against
the United States on account of the arrest of William

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Walker and his followers in Nicaragua. Message of the President

of the United States, relative to the seizure of Gen'l William. 7
Walker, late governor of Kansas, certain extraordinary expenses

incurred by bim. Letter of the Secretary of State, relative
to the repayment to Robert J...

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War Department during the year ending June 30, 1859. Estimates
for expenses for the support of the..

1
War, asking that an appropriation be made to supply deficiency in

the appropriation for the manufacture of arms at the
national armories, caused by omission of the appropriation
in the army appropriation act of last session. Letter from
the Secretary of.

1
War, stating that the new hall of the House of Representatives is
ready for occupation. Letter of the Secretary of .

1
War, showing the operations of the army and the War Department

during the year 1857. Annual report of the Secretary of... 2

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Papers accompanying the above report.

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No. 1. Reports on Utah expedition ....
No. 2. Report from Bureau of Explorations and Surveys...
No. 3. Report on the Capitol extension, reconstruction of

dome, and Post Office extension...
No. 4. Report from Commanding General.
No. 5. Report of the Adjutant General....
No. 6. Report of the Quartermaster General
No. 7. Report of the Commissary General
No. 8. Report of the Paymaster Genera.
No. 9. Report of the Surgeon General..
No. 10. Report of the Chief Engineer.
No. 11. Report of the Chief Topographical Engineer

No. 12 Report of the Chief of Ordnance...
War, transmittizg a statement of balances against disbursiog offi.

cers of the army standing for more than twelve months.

Letter of the Secretary of...
War, transmitting the last annual report of Lieutenant Colonel J.

D. Grabam on the harbors of Lake Michigan. Letter of the

Secretary of......
War, transmitting a statement of expenditures for contingencies of

that department during the year 1857. Letter of the Secre-

tary of...
War, transmitting an estimate for subsistence of troops for the

Utah expedition. Letter of the Secretary of..
War, transmitting copies of the Official Army Register for 1858.

Letter of the Secretary of
War, as to present condition of works of improvement on the west-

ern and northwestern lakes and rivers. Letter of the Secre-

tary of ....
War, transmitting estimates for appropriations for completing the

harbors on Delaware river. Letter of the Secretary of...
War, transmitting a report of the commissioners to ascertain the

expenses incurred in the Indian wars in Oregon and Wash-

ingion Territories Letter of the Secretary of..
War, transmitting a statement of appropriations drawn during.

the year 1856–57, and balances on hand on July 1, 1857,
and amount carried to the surplus fund. Letter of the
Secretary of .

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War, transmitting estimates for the repair of works in Plymouth
harbor. Letter of the Secretary of.....

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War, transmitting a report relative to the costs of the completion
of the Delaware breakwater, &c. Letter of the Secretary of 9

52
War, transmitting abstract of the returns of the militia of the
United States. Letter of the Secretary of

9 53
War, transmitting a statement of the expenses of the national ar-

mories, &c., for the year ending June 30, 1857. Letter of
the Secretary of ..

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War, transmitting statement of contracts for the year 1857. Letter
of the Secretary of

9 58
War, transmitting a list of clerks and other persons employed in

the War Department during the year 1857. Letter of the
Secretary of..

9

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War, transmitting a statement of the contingent expenses of the

military establishment during the year 1857. Letter of the
Secretary of ......

9

65
War, transmitting a transcript of the official Army Register for
1857. Letter of the Secretary of....

9

66
War, relative to the military expedition ordered into the Territory
of Utah. Report of the Secretary of.....

71
War, transmitting a report relative to the improvement of the Des
Moines rapids. Letter of the Secretary of....

10

83
War and Major General John E. Wool. Message of the President

of the United States, transmitting correspondence between
the late Secretary of...

10 88
War, relative to the sale of the military reservation at Fort Ripley.
Letter of the Secretary of .

11 94
War, transmitting a statement of all contracts made in connexion

with the Utah expedition. Letter of the Secretary of...... 12 99
War, transmitting the report of Colonel Johnston's survey of the

southern boundary line of Kansas. Letter of the Secretary
of

12 103
War, transmitting reports of Captains Sitgreaves and Woodruff of

the survey of the Creek Indian boundary line. Letter of
the Secretary of....

104
War, in answer to a resolution of the House, calling for the report

on the wagon road from Fort Defiance to the Colorado
river. Letter of the Secretary of ...

12 108
War, transmitting the report of the superintendent of the wagon

road from Fort Defiance to the Colorado river. Letter of
the Secretary of

13 124
Warehouse from July 1, 1856, and on each succeeding month, to
June 30, 1857. Statement of the amount of goods in.. 1

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Washington Territory for the year 1857. Annual report of the sur-
veyor general of public lands in....

2 1 2
Washington during the year 1857. Report of the colonel of topo-

graphical engineers on the condition of the military roads
in the Territory of.

2 2 2
Washington Territories. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior,

transmitting a report of J. Ross Browne on the subject of
the Indian War in Oregon and....

9

38
Washi:gton. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting

a report of J. Ross Browne, special agent, on the subject of
Indian affairs in the Territories of Oregon and

9

39
Washington Territories. Letter of the Secretary of War, transmit-

ting a report of the commissioners to ascertain the expenses
incurred in the Indian wars in Oregon and...:

9

45
Washington Territories, &c. Message of the President of the

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United States, transmitting correspondence and documents
relating to Indian affairs in Oregon and

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Washington Territories. Message of the President of the United

States, transmitting geological surveys of Oregon and...... 13 126
Wheeler, late minister to Nicaragua. Letter of the Secretary of

the Treasury, transmitting copies of papers relating to the
claim of John H......

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Wheeling Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, relative to the
claim of Joseph E. Johnson and F. J ....

12 -... 116
Wool from 1840 to 1857, inclusive. Statement of the foreign im-

portation and exportation and home consumption, and the
consumption of domestic...

1

3
Wool. Message of the President of the United States, transmit-

ting correspondence between the late Secretary of War and
Major General John E.....

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Wines, spirits, &c., imported annually from 1843 to 1857. State-
ment of the value of the...

1

3
Wisconsin. Statement of the quantity of land selected under the

several acts for the improvement of the Fox and Wisconsin
rivers, in....

2 1 2
Wool from 1840 to 1857, inclusive. Statement of the foreign im-

portation and exportation and home consumption, and the
consumption of domestic......

1

3
Wool. Message of the President of the United States, transmitting

copies of correspondence between the late Secretary of War
and Major General John E..

10 88
Wurtemburg during the year 1857. Commercial relations of the
United States with..

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294

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Yards and Docks of the Navy during the year ending June 30,

1859. Estimates for appropriations for the support of the

Bureau of....
Yards and Docks of the operations of his bureau during the year

ending June 30, 1857. Report of the Chief of the Bureau
of ....

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Papers accompanying the above report.
A. General estimate from Yards and Docks...
No. 1. Estimate for the support of the bureau
No. 2. Estimate for recruiting stations ...
No. 3. Estimate for officers and others at yards and stations
No. 4. Statement showing the sums which make up the

first and second items in paper A......
No. 5. Estimate for improvements and repairs at yards and

stations...
No. 6. Estimate for improvements and repairs at hospitals

and naval asylum
No. 7. Estimate for improvements and repairs of magazines
Yards and Docks during the year 1857. Abstract of the offers

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cognizance of the Bureau of ...

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Vol. II.

Ex. Doc.
No. 2.

DECEMBER 8, 1857.-Read, and committed to the Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, and ordered to be printed.

DECEMBER 16, 1857.-Resolved, That there be printed, for the use of the members of the House of Representatives, twenty thousand extra copies of the President's Annual Message and accompanying documents.

WASHINGTON:

CORNELIUS WENDELL, PRINTER.

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