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Publishers, and sirty cents; to the publishers of the Detroit Free Press, one hunpapers.

dred and thirty-six dollars; to the publishers of the Detroit Advertiser, thirty-five dollars and thirty-six cents; to the publisher of the Hillsdale Gazette, one dollar; to the publisher of the Hillsdale Standard, one dollar ; to the publisher of the True Democrat, Ann Arbor, seventy-five cents; to the publisher of the Coldwater Sentinel, one dollar and fifty cents ; to the publisher of the Washtenaw Whig, three dollars ; to the publisher of the Paw Paw Free Press, fifty-cents; to the publisher of the Adrian Watchtower, three dollars and twenty-five cents; to the publisher of the Oakland Gazette, one dollar and fifty cents; to the publisher of the Monroe Advocate, three dollars; to the publisher of the Port Huron Observer, two dollars ; to the publisher of the Pontiac Jacksonian, two dollars ; to the publisher of the Cass County Advocate, seventy-five cents; to the publisher of the Niles Express, one dollar ; to the publisher of the Ypsilanti Sentinel four dollars ; to the publisher of the Livingston Courier, one dollar.

To A. S. Bagg, for stationery furnished the Clerk of the House in the year eighteen hundred and forty seven, seven dollars and fifty cents; also, stationery furnished in eighteen hundred and forty-seven to the Attorney General, four dollars and thirteen cents; also, for stationery furnished the Engrossing and Enrolling Clerk of the House of Representatives in eighteen hundred and forty-seven, ten dollars and twelve cents; also, for furnishing the court of chancery for the first circuit with stationery, in eighteen hundred and forty-seven and eighteen hundred and forty-eight to date, eighteen dollars and seven cents.

To Messrs. Bagg & Farmon, for stationery furnished the State Treasurer in the years eighteen hundred and forty-seven and eighteen

hundred and forty-eight to date, thirty-one dollars and fifty cents; to Bush & Tho. Messrs. Bush & Thomas, for stationery furnished the Senate and

House of Representatives, and articles for repairs in the month of January, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, thirty-eight doliars and fifty-two cents ; also, for articles furnished members of the House in eighteen hundred and forty-eight, through the committee on supplies, five dollars.

To H. H. Smith, for stationery and necessary articles for the Hall for the year eighteen hundred and foriy-eight, sixteen dollars and

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eighty-nine cents; to James Turner, for stationery per committee on
supplies of the House, in eighteen hundred and forty-eight, thirty-eight
dollars and fifty-six cents.
To Augustine W. Hovey, Clerk of the House of Representatives,

A W Hovey. for compiling and preparing for publication, making indexes and superintending the publication of House journal and documents of the present session, two, hundred dollars, to be paid on the certificate of the Secretary of State that the work has been correctly done, To Bagg & Harmon, for stationery furnished the Auditor General's

Bagg & Haroffice in eigiiteen hundred and forty-eight, to March twenty-eighth, eleven dollars and thirty-eight cents; also, for stationery and printing for Secretary of State to March thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fortyeight, twenty-nine dollars ; also, for stationery furnished the Auditor General's office during the years eighteen hundred and forty-seven and eighteen hundred and forty-eight not included in the above amoun“, two hundred and eleven dollars and sixty-two cents : to A. S. Bagg, for one Injunction Master's Register furnished to Edmund Rice, six A s Bogg dollars; also, to A. S. Bagg, for binding two hundred and sixty legislative manuals and lettering the same, ninety-seven dollars and fifty cents; to Bagg & Harmon, for stationery furnished the House of Bagg & H Representatives, during the session of eighteen hundred and fortyeight, three hundred and thirty-seven dollars and thirty-seven cents. To C. C. Darling, for paste furnished for the use of the House du

CC Darling ring the session, three dollars; to II. Gibbs, for making two tables for committee rooms, one dollar ; to C. C. Willis, for extra services as fireman for the House of Representatives the present session, ten dollars.

To Joseph Keusch and William Riggs firemen, the sum of fifty cents per day extra, for services as firemen during the time they each w Riggs acted as such.

To the members of the House of Representatives from the coun- Rep from ties of Mackinac and Chippewa, the sum of ninety dollars cach, for Chippewa necessary expenses incurred before and after the session,

To Henry Bloss, assistant sergeant-at-arms, three dollars per day during his term of service.

To John Rives, assistant fireman, two dollars a day for twenty-two days; and to the assistant clerks of the House, three dollars a day

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To the messengers of the House of Representatives, fifty cents per day each, in addition to the amount already appropriated by law for

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Bagg & Har To Bagg & Harmon, for printing divisions, circulars to newspapers

and certificates of pay, thirty dollars and fifty cents.

That the following sums be and the same are hereby appropriated

out of the general fund : to Russel Robinson for fitting state armory Cole & Gard at Detroit, twenty-five dollars and thirty-one cents; to Cole & Gard.

ner for printing rules for court of chancery and publishing Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, ten dollars and eighty cents ; to Henry N. Walker, late Attorney General, for balance of salary and postage paid, thirty-six dollars and four cents; to G. F. Rood & Co. for stationery furnished the Secretary and Enrolling

Clerk of the Senate of eighteen hundred and forty-seven, twenty-one R W Jenny dollars ; to R. W. Jenny for publishing Adjutant General's notice to

county and township clerks, two dollars ; to Perry Joslin for publish

ing Adjutant General's notice to county and township clerks, two D S Merritt dollars; to Daniel S. Merritt for publishing Adjutant General's notice

to county and township clerks, two dollars; to Jewett & Graves for

publishing Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, J B Bennett two dollars ; to Joel B. Bennett for publishing Adjutant General's T Gallagher

notice to township and county clerks, two dollars; to Thomas Gallagher for candles furnished the Secretory of State for the use of the Capitol, seventy-seven dollars and ninety-four cents.

To A. S. Williams for advertising for the Adjutant General's office

for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, forty dollars and ten publishers, cents; to John Ingersoll, for publishing Adjutant General's notice to

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township and county clerks, two dollars; to V. Hascall for publishing
Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, two dollars;
to Alexander Sheldon, for publishing Adjutant General's notice to
township and county clerks, two dollars ; to A. C. Van Raalte, for
translating the Governor's message into the Dutch language, for the
year eighteen hundred and forty-eight, twenty-five dollars; to E. N.
Lacroix, for translating the Governor's message into the French lan-
guage, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-eight, twenty-five dol-

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lars; to Julius Gruber, for translating the Governor's message into the German language, for the year eighteen hundred and foriy-eight, twenty-five dollars ; to W. L. Bancroft for printing the Adjutant General's notice for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, sixteen dollars ; to E. O. Briggs for publishing Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, two dollars ; to H. B. Stillman, for publishing Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerk's two dollars ; to Clark & Raulson for publishing Adjutant General's noice to township and county clerks, two dollars; to E. R. Powell for publishing Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, two dollars ; to M. A. Childs, for publishing Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, two dollars ; to George Coombs for materials furnished and for his services in and about the capitol for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, two hundred and eightyfour dollars and ninety-three cents; but no further allowance shall hereafter be made by the State for any services for taking care of the old capitol building; to David Sanford for publishing Adjutant Gen- D Sanford eral's notice to township and county clerks, and printing for Michigan volunteers, four dollars.

To Edward D. Ellis for printing general orders from Adjutant Gene. E D Ellis ral's office for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, thirty-eight dollars and sixty cents; to Bagg & Harmon for stationery furnished Bagg & Harto the Senate for the year eighteen hundred and forty-eight, sixty-five dollars and ninety-five cents; to M. Shoemaker for cash paid for sundry articles for Senate, four dollars and eighty-two cents; to A. S. Bagg for stationery furnished to Superintendent of Public Instruction from June 3, 1847, to January 28, 1848, one hundred and sixteen dollars and forty-two cents; to A. S. Bagg for stationery furnished Secretary of the Senate, March 17, 1847, four dollars; to A. S. Bagg for binding and covering school laws and reports of Superintendent of Public Instruction, and for ruling school blanks, eighty dollars and seventy-five cents ; to Bagg & Harmon for printing for Superintend- Bagg & Harent of Public Instruction, one hundred and thirty-six dollars ; to Bagg & Harmon for printing for the several circuits, by order of the judge of the supreme court, fifty-three dollars and twenty cents.

To Bagg & Harmon, for printing for Secretary of State, and publishing laws of 1847 in state paper, three hundred and seventy-six dol lars and fifty cents; to S. G. Southerland, for extra services in re- & G Soutbor moving and arranging furniture and book case, and arranging book.

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CC Darling in the library, twenty-five dollars; to C. C. Darling, for paste furnishA S Baga

ed the Senate, two dollars; to A. S. Bagg, for stationery, binding, &c. for Secretary of State, from February 27, 1847, to February 2, 1848, one hundred and forty-one dollars and nineteen cents; to A. S. Bagg, for stationery furnished to the State Treasurer, forty-six dollars and

forty-four cents; to A. S. Bagg, for stationery furnished Governor SG Souther- Greenly, eighteen dollars and fifty cents; to S. G. Southerland, for land

i articles furnished Secretary of State's office, five dollars; to each SeSenators

nator for stationery for self, five dollars; the appropriations to each Senator to be paid by the State Treasurer out of the treasury, upon

the certificate of the Secretary of the Senate for 1848 ; to T. R. inge

Cumings, for extra services in arranging furniture in House and Se-
nate, twenty-five dollars; to Charles Smith, Secretary of the Senate,
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furnishe 1 the members and officers of the Senate, fortythree dollars and twenty-five cents; to Charles Smith, for compiling and preparing for publication, making index and superintending the publication of the Senate journal and documents of the present session, including the Executive journal, two hundred dollars; to Peter Cary,

for services about the capitol, one hundred and twelve dollars; to T. TRCuming® R. Cumings, for services in bringing up records in Secretary of State's

office in 1846 and 1847, one hundred dollars; to Bush and Thomas, for stationery furnished the President of the Senate for 1848, sis dol. lars; to the Chaplain of the Senate, two dollars per day for each day's service, to be paid on the certificate of the Secretary of the Senate ; to G. O. Whittemore, for extra services in bringing up the records in

the office, and in fitting up the two houses of the legislature, two hunJ Allen, 4 dred dollars ; to John Allen, A. N. Hart and Z. M. Mowry, for expen

ses as committee in visiting the state prison, ten dollars each. AS Bags

To A. S. Bagg, for stationery furnished Adjutant General, from

April 20th to December 30th, 1847, nineteen dollars and thirteen cents; J Barns & co to Jacob Barns & Co., for publishing the time of hɔlding circuit courts

by order of the judge of said court, (3d circuit.) four dollars and eighty

eight cents; to Bela Pra't, firemin of the Senate, Henry W. Smith, Messengers Ezra H. Bailey and Smith Clapsaddle, messengers of the Senate, fifty

cents extra each for every day's attendance during the sitting of the

legislature, to be paid on the certificate of the Secretary of the Senate; RB Cheney

to R. S. Cheney, for publishing “Daily Patriot” (during session) two

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