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APPROPRIATIONS AND ALLOTMENTS, Boston Harbor, Mass., 4; New York Harbor, N.
Y., 5; Washington, D. C., 7; Hampton Roads, Va., San Francisco, Harbor, Cal.,
mining casemates, 8; sites for fortifications, 9.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. J. C. MALLERY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS
ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR FORTIFICATIONS REQUIRED FOR
POST OF WILLETS POINT, NEW YORK.-UNITED STATES ENGINEER
SCHOOL-BATTALION OF ENGINEERS.-ENGINEER DEPOT,
GENERAL STATEMENT, estimates, removal of wrecks, establishment of harbor lines,
examination of bills for bridges, construction of bridges across navigable waters,
obstructions to navigation, 21; occupancy and injury of public works, engineer
divisions, South Pass of the Mississippi River, rules and regulations for the use
of canals, 22.
ATLANTIC COAST AND GULF OF MEXICO.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. PETER C. HAINS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
St. Croix River, Me., 23; Lubec Channel, Me., Moosabec Bar, Me., Pleasant River,
Me., 24; Narragangus River, Me., breakwater from Mount Desert to Porcupine
Island, Me., 25; Bagaduce River, Me., 26; Penobscot River, Me., 27; Belfast Har-
bor, Me., Camden Harbor, Me., 28; Rockport Harbor, Me., Rockland Harbor, Me.,
29; Kennebec River. Me., 30; Harraseeket River, Me., 31; Portland Harbor, Me.,
32; channel in Back Cove, Portland, Me., 33; Saco River, Me., 34; Kennebunk
River, Me., York Harbor, Me., 35; Portsinouth Harbor, N. H., Bellamy River,
N. H., 36; Cocheco River, N. H., 37; harbor of refuge at Little Harbor, N. H., 38;
removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, examina-
tions and surveys, 39.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. S. M. MANSFIELD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS--
Newburyport Harbor, Mass., Merrimac River, Mass., 40; Powow River, Mass., 41;
Ipswich River, Mass., harbor of refuge, Sandy Bay, Cape Ann, Mass., 42; Gloucester
Harbor, Mass., 43; Manchester Harbor, Mass., Salem Harbor, Mass., 44; Lynn Har-
bor, Mass., 45; Winthrop Harbor, Mass., Boston Harbor, Mass., 46; Weymouth
River, Mass., Hingham Harbor, Mass., 48; Scituate Harbor, Mass., 49; Plymouth
Harbor, Mass., Wellfleet Harbor, Mass., 50; Provincetown Harbor, Mass., Chat-
ham Harbor, Mass., 51.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. W. H. BIXBY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Harbor of refuge at Hyannis, Mass., 52; harbor of refuge at Nantucket, Mass.,
Marthas Vineyard inger harbor at Edgartown, Mass., 53; Vineyard Haven Harbor,
Mass., Wareham Harbor, Mass., 54; New Bedford Harbor, Mass., 55; Westport
Harbor, Mass, 56; Taunton River, Mass., 57; Pawtucket River, R. I., 58; Provi-
dence River and Narragansett Bay, R. I., removal of Green Jacket Shoal, Provi-
dence River, R. I., 59; Greenwich Bay, R. I., cove and waterway near Coaster
Harbor Island, R. I., 60; Newport Harbor, R. I., 61; harbor of refuge at Point
Judith, R. I., 62; harbor of refuge at Block Island, R. I., 63; Pawcatuck River,
R. I. and Conn., 64; harbor of refuge at Stonington, Conn., removing sunken ves-
sels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 65; examinations and sur-
IN THE CHARGE OF COL. D. C. HOUSTON, CORps of Engineers—
Mystic River, Conn., Thames River, Conn., 67; Connecticut River, Mass. and Conn.,
68; Duck Island Harbor, Conn., 70; Clinton Harbor, Conn., New Haven Harbor,
Conn., 71; breakwater at New Haven, Conn., 72; Milford Harbor, Conn., Housa-
tonic River, Conn., 73; Bridgeport Harbor, Conn., 74; Black Rock Harbor, Conn.,
Norwalk Harbor, Conn., 75; Wilsons Point Harbor, Conn., Five Mile River Har-
bor, Conn., 76; Stamford Harbor, Conn., Port Chester Harbor, N. Y., 77; Larch-
mont Harbor, N. Y., 78; Echo Harbor, New Rochelle, N. Y., East Chester Creek,
N. Y.. 79; Greenport Harbor, N. Y., harbor at Port Jefferson Inlet, N. Y., 80;
Huntington Harbor, N. Y., 81; Glen Cove Harbor, N. Y., Flushing Bay, N. Y., 82;
Patchogue River, N. Y., Browns Creek, Sayville, N. Y., 83.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. G. L. GILLESPIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Hudson River, N. Y. 84; harbor at Saugerties, N. Y., 86; harbor at Rondout, N. Y.,
87; Wappinger Creek, N. Y., Harlem River, N. Y., 88; East River and Hell Gate,
N. Y., 90; Newtown Creek, N. Y., 91; Buttermilk Channel, New York Harbor,
92; Gowanus Bay, N. Y., 93; New York Harbor, N. Y., 95; Raritan Bay, N. J.,
96; removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, ex:
amination and survey, 97,
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. THOMAS L. CASEY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Sumpawanus Inlet, N. Y., Canarsie Bay, N. Y., 98; Sheepshead Bay, N. Y., 99;
Arthur Kill, N. Y. and N. J., 100; channel between Staten Island and New Jer-
sey, 101; Passaic River, N. J., 102; Elizabeth River, N. J., 103; Rahway River, N.
J., Raritan River, N. J., 104; South River, N. J., 105; Keyport Harbor, N. J., 106;
Mattawan Creek, N. J., 107; Shoal Harbor and Compton Creek, N. J., Shrewsbury
River, N. J., 108; Manasquan River, N. J., 109.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. C. W. RAYMOND, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Delaware River, Pa. and N. J., 110; harbor between Philadelphia Pa., and Camden,
N. J., 112: Schuylkill River, Pa., 113; ice harbor at Marcus Hook, Pa., 114; ice
harbor at head of Delaware Bay, Del., construction of iron pier in Delaware Bay,
near Lewes, Del., 115; Delaware Breakwater, Del., 116; Rancocas River, N. J., 117;
Alloway Creek, N. J., 118; Maurice River, N. J., removing sunken vessels or craft
obstructing or endangering navigation, examination, 119.
IN THE CHARGE OF WILLIAM F. SMITH, UNITED STATES AGent, Major of Engi-
NEERS, U. S. ARMY, RETIRED—
Wilmington Harbor, Del., 120; ice harbor at New Castle, Del., Appoquinimink
River, Del., Smyrna River, Del., 121; Mispillion Creek, Del., 122; Broadkiln
River, Del., inland waterway from Chincoteague Bay, Va., to Delaware Bay at or
near Lewes, Del., 123; Susquehanna River above and below Havre de Grace, Md.,
North East River, Md., 124; Elk River, Md., 125; Fairlee Creek, Md., Chester
River, Md., from Crumpton to Jones Landing, 126; Choptank River, Md., Cam-
bridge Harbor. Md., 127; Wicomico River, Md., 128; Manokin River, Md., Onan-
cock Harbor, Va., 129; harbor at Cape Charles City, Va., and approaches by
Chenton Inlet, 130; removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering
navigation, examinations and surveys, 131.
IN THE CHARGE OF COL. WILLIAM P. CRAIGHILL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Patapsco River and channel to Baltimore, Md., 132; James River, Va., 134.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. CHARLES E. L. B. DAVIS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Potomac River at Washington, D. C., 136; Potomac River at Mount Vernon, Va..
138; Occoquan Creek, Va., 139; Aquia Creek, Va., 140; harbor at Breton Bay,
Leonardtown, Md., Nomini Creek, Va., 141; Patuxent River, Md., 142; Rappahan-
nock River, Va., Urbana Creek, Va., 143; York River, Va, 144; Mattaponi River,
Va., 145; Pamunkey River, Va., examinations and surveys, 146.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. EDW. BURR, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Harbor of Norfolk, and its approaches, Va., 147; approach to Norfolk Harbor and
the United States (Norfolk) navy-yard between Lambert Point and Fort Norfolk,
149; Hampton Creck and Bar, Va., Nansemond River, Va., 150; Chickahominy
River, Va., 151; Appomattox River, Va., inland water route from Norfolk Harbor,
Va., to Albemarle Sound, N. C., through Currituck Sound, 152; North Landing
River, Va., and N. C., 153.
IN THE CHARge of Maj. W. S. STANTON, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Staunton River, Va., 154; Roanoke River, N. C., 155; Pasquotank River, N. C.,
Mackeys Creek, N. C., 156; Ocracoke Inlet, N. C., Fishing Creek, N. C., 157; Pam-
lico and Tar River, N. C., Contentnia Creek, N. C., 158; Trent River, N. Ć., 159;
Neuse River, N. C., 160; inland waterway between Newberne and Beaufort, N. C.,
harbor at Beaufort, N. C., 161; inland waterway between Beaufort Harbor and
New River, N. C., 162; inland waterway between New River and Swansboro,
N. C., New River, N. C., 163; North East (Cape Fear) River, N. C., Black River,
N. C., 164; Cape Fear River, N. C., above Wilmington, Cape Fear River, N. C.,
at and below Wilmington, 165; Lockwoods Folly River N. C., 167; Yadkin River,
N. C., harbor at Georgetown, S. C., 168; Winyaw Bay, S. C., removing sunken
vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 169,