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REPORTS FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR-Continued.

In answer to resolution of the Senate of the 6th January,
1862, relative to the purchase of extracts of coffee for the
use of the troops

In answer to resolution of the Senate of the 17th July, 1861,
and January 14, 1862, relative to contracts for the army
and payment of troops

In answer to resolution of the Senate of the 16th December,
1861, relative to the aides-de-camp appointed under the
act of August, 1861....

In answer to resolution of the Senate of the 4th February,
1862, relative to orders, supplies, and amount of force
given to the military command in Kansas

In answer to resolution of the Senate of 29th January, 1862,
relative to number of troops raised in each State for ser-
vice of United States....

In answer to resolution of Senate of 7th January, 1862,
relative to number of three years volunteers in service,
and number of brigadier generals and other brigade officers
nominated to the Senate..

In answer to resolution of Senate of 16th January, 1862,
relative to payments for transportation made to railroads
in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania............
In answer to resolution of Senate of 17th December, 1861,
relative to names and numbers of major generals and
names of officers acting as such, also the number of officers
and soldiers of their staff, and rent of buildings occupied
by them as offices

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In answer to resolution of Senate of 30th January, 1862,
relative to vessels purchased or chartered for the use of
the War Department since April 1, 1861...
Communicating the report of Edwin F. Johnson upon the
defences of Maine...

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In answer to a resolution of the 2d May, 1862, relative to
the present condition of the Military Asylum...
In answer to a resolution of the Senate of 2d June, 1862,
with letter of appointment of Hon. Edward Stanly as
military governor of North Carolina, also his instructions
from the War Department.....

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In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 21st June,
1862, with so much of the report of Joseph Holt and
Robert Dale Owen on the subject of the ordnance and gun
contracts of Schubarth

In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 9th May,
1862, with reports of officers in command at battle of
Pittsburg Landing...............

In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 4th June,
1862, with instructions given to commanding generals
under act of Congress of August 6, 1861, setting free
slaves employed by consent of their masters against the
United States...

In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 10th June,
1862, with a statement of claims made by citizens of the
United States upon the War Department for damages to,
or destruction of, property by the federal army
In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 11th July,
1862, with report of the commission consisting of Joseph
Holt, Robert Dale Owen, and Major P. V. Hagner, for
investigating contracts and claims on account of ordnance,
ordnance stores, &c.....

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Subject, &c.

REPORTS OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY:

In answer to a resolution of the Senate relative to the em-
ployment of George D. Morgan, of New York, to purchase
vessels for the government....

In answer to a resolution of the Senate relative to the em-
ployment of George D. Morgan, of New York, to purchase
vessels for the government, part 2..

In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 18th March,
1862, relative to contracts made with Robert L. Stevens
for the construction of a steam floating battery.
In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 13th March,
1862, relative to the removal of the Naval Academy from
Annapolis, Maryland, to Newport, Rhode Island...
In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 22d May,
1862, with official reports and documents relative to the
engagements on the Mississippi river which resulted in the
capture of Forts Jackson, St. Philip, and the city of New
Orleans, the destruction of the rebel flotilla, &c.
In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 4th June,
1862, relative to testing an improvement in building
ships-of-war by Martin Bishop, of Indiana

In answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 11th June,
1862, with the last report of the board of examiners of
the naval school at Newport, Rhode Island

REPORTS FROM THE POSTMASTER GENERAL, in answer to a resolution
of the Senate of the 8th May, 1862, relative to the nature,
amount, and condition of the claim of Carmack & Ramsay
on his department....

REPORTS FROM THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, in answer to a resolution of
the Senate of the 2d March, 1861, relative to the claim of
Pierce & Bacon for payment of sundry bills of exchange
accepted by the late Secretary of War, Mr. Floyd
REPORT FROM THE SECOND AUDITOR OF THE TREASURY, with all ac-
counts of persons charged with disbursements of moneys,
goods, and effects for the benefit of the Indians for 1860-61.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS on Agriculture
for 1861

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REPORT

OF THE

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY,

ON THE

STATE OF THE FINANCES,

FOR

THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1861.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

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INDEX TO REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

The Secretary's report.

Statement No. 1, of the receipts and expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1861.
Statement No. 2, of duties, revenues, and public expenditures during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1861, agreeably to warrants issued, exclusive of trust funds.
Statement No. 3, of the receipts and expenditures for the quarter of the fiscal year
1862 ending September 30, 1861.......

Statement No. 4, showing the amount of the public debt on December 1, 1861.....
Statement No. 5 exhibits the quantity and value of iron and steel, and manufactures

thereof, imported into the United States during the fiscal years ending June
30, 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, 1860, and 1861......
Statement No. 6 exhibits the value of foreign merchandise imported into, and the
value of foreign merchandise and domestic produce exported from, the United
States during the years ending June 30, 1859, 1860, and 1861..............
Statement No. 7 exhibits the imports and exports of specie and bullion; the imports
entered for consumption and specie and bullion; the domestic exports and
specie and bullion; the excess of specie and bullion exports over specie and
bullion imports, and the excess of specie and bullion imports over specie and
bullion exports..

Statement No. 8 exhibits the values of articles of foreign production imported into
the United States from, and the exports of foreign merchandise and domestic
produce to, certain countries during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1861....
Statement No. 9. Annual report of the director of the mint for the fiscal year end-
ing June 30, 1861, and accompanying tables....
Statement No. 10. Report of the acting engineer in charge on construction of

custom-houses, court-houses, post offices, marine hospitals, and other public
buildings confided to the charge of the Treasury Department; also, report
upon the result of the analysis of iron and iron ores.....
Statement No 11 exhibits the receipts and expenditures of the marine hospital fund,
for the relief of sick and disabled seamen in the ports of the United States, for
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1861..

Statement A. Report of the First Auditor on the operations of his office...............
Statement B. Report of the Second Auditor on the operations of his office........
Statement C. Report of the Third Auditor on the operations of his office..------
Statement D. Report of the Fourth Auditor on the operations of his office........
Statement E. Report of the Fifth Auditor on the operations of his office..........
Circular No. 1. Circular of the Secretary to collectors, surveyors, and other officers

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of the customs, dated May 2, 1861....

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