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Eritish American colonies with the United States and other countries since

Report in relation to the trade and commerce of the ........ 3 23 1
Ba p Albion, in Oregon, for a violation of the revenue laws. Corres-
wadence in relation to the seizure of the.....

........... 3 30 T
Bahradorities and San Salvador and Honduras, &c. Message of the

President of the United States communicating information in relation

to be difficulties between the.................................... 5 43 1
bon. (See Exports, and also Imports.)
resa of Construction, Equipment, and Repair. Report and detailed esti-
Dates from the..........................................

.............. 1 1 230 1
brezo of Ordoance and Hydrography, including the Hydrographic Office

20 Naval Academy. Report and detailed estimates from the...... 1 1 303 1
Bexan of Navy-yards and Docks. Report and detailed estimates from the. 1 1 313 1
Bere of Provisions and Clothing. Report and detailed estimates from the. 1 1 337
Barzag of Medicince and Surgery Report and detailed estimates from the. 1 1 364
Bre, laze milirary storekeeper, and the correspondence in relation thereto.

Proceedings of the court-martial in the case of David.............. 3 27 1

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Cutomia, and to receive, in the mean time, gold bullion which has been

350ped and stamped in payment of government dues. The Presi-

dent of the United S ales recommends the establishment of a mint in. 1 1 10
Caltania, Texas, and New Mexico. Correspondence in relation to lodian
bostilities in.......

......................................... 1 1 11
Cufan land titles. Keport of William Carey Jones, special agent to ex-

amine the subject of.........................................
Cazada o 1849 and 1850. Tabular statement of the quantity and value of

grain and breadstaffs of all kinds, vegetables, fruits, animals, hides,
vool, tallow, horns, salt and fresh meats, ores of all kinds of metals,
timber, stares, wood, and lumber, imported into the United States
from .......

.......................... 3 24
Ces Company. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury communicating
pformation in relation to the stock of the Louisville and Portland... 5

1
Canal between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Views of, and information

coromanicated by, the President of the United States in relation to

the construction of a ship...................................... 1 1 5
Clafeld, chargé d'affaires of Great Britain, and Mr. Squier, American

chargé d'affaires, in relation to the seizure of Tigie island by the Brit-
ish saral forces. Correspondence between Mr. .......

.............. 5 431
Che Engineers. (See Engineers.)
Carl of the Topographical Engineers. (See Engineers.)
Cart Ordnance. (See Ordnance.)
Chá ud their cargoes. Views of the President in relation to discrimina-
ting duties upon vessels of .....

........ 1 1 7
Dins against the United States. Views of the President of the United

Starea in favor of a commission to settle private................... 1 1 15
Jets and other persons employed in that department during the year

1850. Report of the Secretary of State, with lists of the.......... 3 37 1
Pret sursey, showing the progress of that work during the year ending

November, 1850. Report of the Superintendent of the............ 2 7 1
at survey from the Treasury to the Navy Department. Report of the

Secretary of the Treasury relative to the transfer of the............ 3 36 1
Ganey from the Treasury to the Navy Department. Report of the

Seeretary of the Navy relative to the transfer of the ..............
annage. (sé Mint.)
ato. Report of the expedition of Lieut. Whipple, from San Diego to

............ 3 19 1
"anene of the British American colonies with the United States and

other countries since 1829. Report in relation to the trade and ..... 4 23 1
zaissary General for 1850. Annual report of the .................. 1 1 338

autoder of Indian Affairs for 1850. Report of the.......
Comisioner of Pensions for 1850. Report of the....

1 1 177
Comisioner of the General Land Office, exhibiting the operations of that
fire during the year 1850. Report of the.....

2 2 1
Coaner of Pensions, with alphabetical lists of invalid, widow, orphan,
and other pensioners. Report of the....

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Commission to settle all private claims against the United States, a<"d the
appointment of a solicitor to represent the government before such
commission. Recommendation by the President of the United States
in favor of the appointment of a 1 1 IS

Contracts and purchases made by the bureaus of the War Department.

Slate • ent of. 3 11

Construction, Equipment, and Repairs. Annual report of the bureau of... 1 1 230

Contingent expenses. (See Expenditures )

Contoy, dec. Correspondence in relation to the prisoners captured by the

Spanish authorities at or near the is and of 5 41

Contracts and purchases in the War Department, during the calendar year
1850, made by the several bureaus thereof. Statements in tabular
form of.... 3 11

Contracts authorized by the Treasury Department during the years 1849
and 1S50; of payments made at the treasury during the year ending
June 30, 1850; and of expenditures from the marine hospital fund
during the same period. Statement of 3 25

Cotton, rice, and tobacco, exported from 1821 to 1850. Statement of the

quantity and value of 2 4 11

Court-martial in the case of David Butler, late military storekeeper, and the
. correspondence in relation thereto. Proceedings of the 2 27

Court-martial in the case of Commodore Thomas Ap Catesby Jones, and

certain correspondence relating thereto. Proceedings of the 5 45

Cross, quartermaster United States army. Report, in the form of a journal,
of the march of the regiment of mounted riflen.en to Oregon, from
May 10 to October 5, 1849, by Major 1 1 12'

Cuba, not heretofore communicated. Correspondence relative to the pri-
soners captured by the Spanish authorities at or near the island of
Contoy ; also relative to any projected expedition to the island of.... 5 41

Custom-houses, made under the superintendence of Professor Bache, by
Professor McCullnh. Report of the computation of a manual of
tables, to be used with the hydrometer recently adopted for use in the
United Stales 3 28

Customs at San Francisco, California, and the amount of outstanding drafts
issued prior to July 1, 1850, on the said collector. Report of the
Treasurer of the United States, with a statement of the amount at
his credit June 30, 1850, with the collector of 3 16

Customs, their occupation and compensation, during the fiscal year ending
June 30, lf-50. Statement of the number of persons employed in
each district of the Uniti d States for the collection of 2 4 36

Custom-house in the United States durirg-the year ending June 30, 1--50.
Siut> mi nl of advances from the treasury on account of the expenses
ateach 2 4 52

D.

Deaths in the navy since December 1, 1849. I/st of. 1 1 220

Debt on the 30th of November, 1850. Statement of the public 2 4 54

Diplomatic salaries. (See Salaries.)

District of Columbia, showing the number of insane persons at present sup-
ported in the lunatic asylums of Maryland by the United Stales, and
the annual expense of each. Report of the marshal of the 3 8 I

Du Buque to Fort Clark, in Iowa. Report of the Secretary of War, com-
municating correspondence in relation to a pro, osed military road
from 3 15 1

Duties. Statement of the quantity and value of wines, spirits, Ac, import-
ed annually, from 1843 to 1850, with the foreign cost, per gallon, un-
der specific and ad valorem 2 4 145

Duties and a modification of the tariff. Views of the President of the Uni-
ted States in favor ef specific ■ 119

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Electro magnetic power as a mechanical agent. Report of Professor Page's

experiments in testing the capacity and usefulness of the 1 1 213

Ellet, in relation to deepening the passage over the bars at the mouths of the

Mississippi river. Report of C. > 3 17 1

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Exgirer, for 1650. Annual report of the Chief.........

1 1 342 2
Engate, for 1850. Annual report of the chief of the topographical.... 1 1 385 2
Encons on the inundations of the lower Mississippi river. Report of the
board of topographical.................

....... 3 13
Engineers, accompanying the plan proposed by Mr. Ellet, for improving

the barization across the bars at the mouths of the Mississippi river.

Report of Colonel Abert, of the corps of topographical............ 3 17 1
Engineers, from San Diego to the Colorado. Report of the expedition of

Lieutenant Whipple, of the corps of topographical................ 3 19 1
Engineer, in relation to the expediency of granting the fort at Chef Men-

tear Pass to the owner of the land upon which it is erected. Report

of Brevet Brigadier General Totten, Chief. ....
Engineers. Statement of contracts made during the year 1850, for works

under the direction of the Bureau of Topographical............... 3 11
Engineer department, during the year 1850. List of contracts received at,

and made under the........
kamates for the Department of the Interior......
Lamsis for the office of the Secretary of the Navy and the several bureaus

of the Navy Department, and report of Lieutenant Davis relative to

pablication of the Nautical Almanac.............
Escogies for the Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repairs....... 1
Ismatra for the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, including the Hy-
drographie Office and Naval Academy......

303
Detinates for the Bureau of Yards and Docks..........................

313
Estimates for the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing....................

337
Extimates for the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery .......................

364
Estimates from the paymaster and quartermaster of the marine corps......

370
Estimatea, in the aggregate, for the fiscal year 1851-'52..................
Lonates for the office of the Secretary of the Navy and the several bureaus
of the Navy Department................

386
Eamate for the southwest executive building ........

386
Extmate for the support of the navy..................................

387
Estimate for the support of the marine corps...

388
Estimate for special objects under the control of the Navy Department.

389
Banates for the revenue-cutter establishment for the year ending June 30,

1832 ............
Estimates for marine hospitals, for 1850. Report, with.........

149
Erimates for frontier, Atlantic, lake, and other surveys, for the year ending
June 30, 1852...................................... .........

1 1 460
Batinates for rivers and harbors for the year ending June 30, 1852. .......
Eemates for roads for the year ending June 30, 1852......

1 461
Edicates for light-houses for the year ending June 30, 1852.........

1 462
Bénate for the office of Commissioner of the General Land Office for the
Escal year ending June 30, 1852 .....

2

......................... 2 39
Exceste for the surveying department of the public lands for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1852...........

........................ 2 2 40
Expenditures under the head of contingent expenses, as settled and allowed

at the office of the Fourth Auditor, for the year ending June 30, 1850.

Statement of ................. ..............................
Expenses of the western military departments of the army. Statement of. T.

2
Krpenditures from the marine hospital fund during the year ending June 30,

1850. Statement of........................................... 3
Erpeoditures for the service of the State Department, including foreign mig.

sions, during the year ending June 30, 1851. Statements of ....... 5 38 1
neditures during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1850. Statement of re-

cerpts and............................... ..............
menses of the government, payments on account of the public debt, and

of the debt assumed per act of May 20, 1836, from July 1, 1842, to

June 30, 1850. Statement of the aggregate annual................ 2 4 56
kreditares for the years ending June 30, 1850, 1851, and 1852. State-

ment showing the actual and estimated receipts and............... 2 4 56
Lapenditures for the seven fiscal years succeeding the declaration of war

vith Mexico, showing the excess over the basis of the fiscal year 2

ending Jane 30, 1845. Statement of actual and estimated..........
lapenditures, actual and estimated, for the War Department for seven years

prior to 1852. Statemenis of................................... 2 4 62
Legenditares made, approprialed, and estimated for, on account of the In-

Bans in California, Utah, and New Mexico. Statements of........ 2 4

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Expenditures for the seven years ending June 30, 1852, for objects not
appropriated for, or not included in the sum of $21,380 04!) 36 ex-
hibited as the expenditures of the year ending June 30, 1845, ex-
clusive of the public debt. Statement showing in part the actual and
estimated civil 2 4 81

Expenses of the government, &c, from January 1, 1828, to December 31,

1845. Statement of the annual 2 4 86

Expenditure in the different bureaus of the War Department from June 38,

1845, to June 30, 1850, and the estimated excess for the fiscal years

ending June 30, 1851 and 1652. Statement showing the annual in-

crease of 2 4 87

Expenses of the mint and its branches to October 31,1850. Statement of the 2 4 143

Exported from 1821 to 1650. Statement of the quantity and value of

bread-stuffs 2 4 110

Exported from 1821 to 1850. Statement of the quantity and value of cot-

ton, rice, and tobacco 2 4 111

Exported and imported, and consumption per head from 1821 to 1850.

Statement of foreign merchandise 2 4 113

Exported from the United States to Great Britain, &c, from 1844 to 1848.

Statements of cotton and cotton manufactures 2 4 115

Exports of cotton-wool and cotton manufactures from the United Stales

from 1846 to 1850. Statement of the value of 2 4 110

Exports of cotton manufactures from the United Stales and Great Britain

in 1848 Statementof 2 4 118

Exports, exclusive of specie, during each fiscal year from 1821 to 1850.

Statement of the total value of imports and the imports consumed in

the United States, exclusive of specie, and of. 2 4 119

Exported from warehouses under act of August 6, 1846. Statement of the

vnlue of dutiable merchandise re-exported annually from 1821 to

1850; also, the value re- 2 4 120

Exported annually fiom 1821 to 1850. Statement of the amount of coin

and bullion imported and 2 4 144

F.

Finances. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the state of the ... 2 4 1
[See List of labia, fyc, accompanying the above, at page 28.]

Flogging in the navy. Report of the Secretory of the Navy, with informa-
tion and suggestions, in relation to the abolishing of. 3 12 1

Florida. Correspondence in relation to Indian difficulties in 1 1 83 2

Foreign missions from July 1, 1849, to June 30, 1850. Statement of con-

tingent expenses of 5 38 31

Fort Clark, in Iowa. Correspondence in relation to a proposed military

road from Dubuque to 3 15 1

Fort at Chef Mentcur Pass to the owner of the land upon which it is erected.

Report of Colonel Toiten, of the Engineer department, on the expe-

diency of granting the 3 34 1

Fourth Auditor. (See Auditor.)

Frauds. (See Revenue.)

G.

General-in-chief of the army, with returns of the Adjutant General. Report

of the 1 1 114 2

General Land Office (See Land Office.)

Geologists, in relation to the mineral lands in the Lake Superior land dis-
trict. Report of J. W. Foster and J. D. Whitney, United Slates... 2 2 147

Great Britain, 19th April, 1850, relative to the construction of a ship canal

between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and for other purposes. In-

formation and views of the President concerning a convention with

the government of 1 1 5 1

Guano. Views of the President of ihe United States in relation to the im-
portance of securing, at a reasonable price, the trade in Peruvian.... 117 1

II.

Hawaiian Islands. Views of the President of the United States in relation

to the treaty with his Majesty the King of the 117 1

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Hsberof 5ew Castle, and other Harbors in the Delaware. Report of the

Sec-tusry of War communicating information in relation 10 the 3 22 I

Harinrsand rivers, with estimate* for 1852. Report of the Topographical) . . ( 393 > «

Bureau in tela'ion to improvements of ) \ 460 J

Hempen goods imported annually, from 1821 to 1850. Statement of the

valoeof 2 4 122

Beat) aid cordage imported arnually, from 1821 to 18o0. Statement of

ike value of 2 4 124

Hoapesl faod for the year ending June 30, 1850. Statement of expendi-

tares from the marine 3 25 1

Hospruli and marine hospital fund Report of Doctors Loring and Ed-

W»tu, Id relation to marine 3 14 1

Hosprals. Reports on the condition, &c, of the several United States

marine 2 4 149

H«dson'« Bay Company. (See Oregon )

Hungary during the recent struggle for independence. Correspondence

with ihe Austrian choree d'affaires in relation to the agent sent to... 3 9 1
HrdrojTaphic office. (See Ordnance.)

Hjdroe&eters recently adopted for use in the United States custom-houses,
made under the superintendence of Professor Bac he, superintendent
of weights and measures, by Professor McCulloh. Report of the
compulation of tables to be used with the 3 28 8

I.

laperted into the United States from Canada during the years 1849 and
1850. Statement of the quantity and value of grain and breadstuff's
of all kinds, vegetables, fruits, animals, hides, wool, tallow, horns,
■alt and fre*h meats, ores of all kinds of metaU, timber, staves,
wood, and lumber 3 24 1

reported from l?2l to 185<l. Statement of the quantity and value of iron. 2 4 103

Imported from 1840 to 1850, dtc. Statement of the quantity and value of

iron 2 4 109

Imported and exported, and consumption per head, from 1821 to 1850.

Statement of foreign merchandise 2 4 113

Imports and ihe imports consumed in the United States, exclusive of specie,
during each fiscal year, from 1821 to 1850; also the value of the
domest.c and foreign exports, exclusive of specie, and the tonnage
employed during the same periods. Statement of the total value of. 2 4 119

Imported annually, from 1821 to 16.">l). Statement of the value of hempen

goods 2 4 122

Imported annually, from 1821 to 1850- Statement of the value of hemp

and cor J age 2 4 124

Imported during the years ending June 30, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1848, 1849,
and 1850. Statement exhibiting the value of woo'lens, cottons,
hempen goods, iron, and manufactures of iron, sugar, hemp unmanu-
factured, salt, and coal, with the duties thereon. 2 4 126

Imported from 1821 to 1850, with the average price per pound in each year.

Statement of the quantity and value of cotton 2 4 12S

Imported annually, from 1843 to 1850, with the foreign cost per gallon, un-
der specific and ad valorem duties. Statement of the quantity and
value of wines, spirits, &c 2 4 145

Indian Affairs for 1650. Report, with accompanying documents, of the

Commissioner of 1 1 35 1

Indian hcxtiiiiies in Texas, New Mexico, and California. Correspondence

in re'anon to 1 1 11 2

Indian difficulty in Florida. Correspondence in relation to 1 1 83 2

Indians in California, Utah, and New Mexico. Statement oi' the amount
of expendituies made, appropriated, and estimated for on account of

the..!? ... 2 4 80

lodian depreciations in Texas and New Mexico. Views of the President
of the United States in favor of raising one or more regiments of

mounted men for the prevention of 1 1 11 1

Iwsne persons. (See District of Columbia.)

lnieiert. (See Loatxi.)

iwrior accompanying the President's annual message, on the state of the

I'mon. Rt port of the Secretary of the 1 1 19 1

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