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President of the United States, in relation to railway systems in Europe.
Message of the

President of the United States, in relation to the Territory of Nevada.
Message of the

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President of the United States, in relation to the Indian war claims in
Oregon and Washington. Message of the..

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President of the United States, with treaty with Great Britain for the
suppression of the African slave trade. Message of the....
Privateer Savannah, June 5, 1861. Report of capture of..
Privateer schooner Judah. Report of the burning of the..
Privateer Beauregard. Report of the capture of the....

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Prize money allotted to the officers, seamen, &c., of the Bon Homme
Richard. Detailed statement of the amount of.

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Proclamation declaring a blockade of the ports of States in rebellion
against the government. President's..

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Produce. (See Manufactures.)

Property by the federal army. Report of the Secretary of War with
statement of claims for damages to or destruction to private.....
Provisions and Clothing.

Abstract of annual report of the Bureau of.
Provisions and Clothing for the year ending June 30, 1863. Estimates
from the Bureau of.....
Provisions and clothing, small stores, and contingent on hand at the
United States navy yards and at naval depots on foreign stations
July 1, 1861. Value of...

Provisions, clothing, small stores, and contingent condemned on board
of the national vessels and at the naval stores at home and abroad,
or otherwise destroyed; loss by leakage, evaporation, or other
casualties of the service, &c., &c. Cost of..

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Provisions and Clothing, for and in behalf of the Navy Department,
for "supplies for the navy' for the year ending June 30, 1862.
Contracts made by the Bureau of..

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Provisions exported. (See Breadstuffs.)

Public lands. (See Lands.)

Public buildings. (See Buildings.)

Public debt. (See Debt.)

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Quantico creek October 11, 1861. Report of the burning of a schooner in. 3
Quartermaster general. Annual report of the....

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Railroad grants. (See Lands.)

Railroad to connect the loyal regions of Tennessee, North Carolina,
and Kentucky with other loyal parts of the Union. President's
annual message recommending a.....

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Railroads. (See Transportation.)

Railway systems in Europe. Message of the President transmitting a
report in regard to

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Receipts and expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1861, actual
(1st quarter) and estimated; receipts and expenditures for the year
ending June 30, 1862, and estimated receipts and expenditures for
the year ending June 30, 1863. Table showing the...
Receipts and expenditures of the United States for the quarter ending
September 30, 1861, exclusive of trust funds. Statement of the...
Receipts and expenditures of the marine hospital fund. (See Hospitals.)
Receipts and expenditures of the Post Office Department. (See Postal
receipts.)

Receipts and disbursements in closed mails between the United States
and Prussia for the year ending June 30, 1861. Statement of the.

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Reciprocity treaty. (See Imported.)
Register of the Treasury submitting tabular statements and reports
covering the operations of the office for the year ending June 30,
1861. Letter of the

Revenue collected from the beginning of the government to June 30,
1861, under the several heads of customs, public lands, and miscel-
laneous sources, including loans and treasury notes; also the
expenditures for the same period, and the particular tariff and the
price of lands under which the revenues from those sources were
collected. Statement of...

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Revenue may be discontinued without detriment to the public service.
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury stating what officers
employed in the collection and protection of the.
Revenue to the United States, also to the Post Office Department by
Cunard line, for year ending June 30, 1861.

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Statement of.....

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Russia relative to the taking of Mason and Slidell from the steamer
Trent. Instructions from the minister of..

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Sac and Fox. (See Indian agency.)

Salaries and contingent for navy. (See Navy.)

Salaries and loss in exchange paid to, and fees received from the con-
sular officers of the United States, under operation of act of August,
1846, for the year ending December 31, 1860. Amount of.....
Schubarth. (See Contracts.)

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Schubarth, for supplying arms to United States and pay to Hon. J. F.
Simmons for obtaining same. Relative to contract with C. D......

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Seamen. (See American seamen.)

Second Auditor. (See Auditor.)

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Siam, to the President of the United States, accompanied by certain
presents, and President's answer thereto. Copy of two letters from
the king of.....

Sick and wounded. (See Army.)

Silks. (See Imports.)

Silver of domestic production deposited at the mint of the United
States and its branches from January, 1841, to June 30, 1861.
Amount of ..............

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Amount of.

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Silver coined at the mint and branches at San Francisco and New Or-
leans, under act of February, 1853, to June 30, 1861.
Sixth Auditor. (See Auditor.)

Slavery within its limits, and recommending its passage. Message of
the President of the United States, with draft of bill for compen-
sating any State which may abolish
Slavery in the District of Columbia, and recommending an amenda-
tory act. Message of the President informing Congress that he
had signed the act to abolish...

Slave trade, with names of bondsmen, amounts they were bonded for,
and amounts realized by the government; also, names of all per-
sons arrested and bailed from May 1, 1852, to May 1, 1862, in said
district, charged with being engaged in said trade; with names of
their bondsmen, amount of their bonds, and what the government
has realized by their forfeiture. Names and number of vessels ar-
rested and bonded for the year ending May 1, 1862, in the southern
district of New York, charged with being engaged in the....

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Slave trade.

Subject.

Letter of Secretary of the Interior, with names of per-

sons and names and number of vessels engaged in the
Slave trade. Message of President, with treaty with Great Britain
relative to suppression of the African.....

Slave vessel, bark Augusta. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior,
communicating copies of correspondence and evidence in the case
of the....

Slaves employed by the consent of their masters against the United
States. Copies of instructions given to commanding generals, in
pursuance of act of Congress, setting free....

Slavery therein. Draft of bill from the President to compensate any
State that may abolish.....

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Slavery in a State. Intended veto message relative to freeing by Con-
gress from

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Slidell and Mason, and their suites. Report by Captain Charles
Wilkes of the capture of Messrs...

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Slidell, Mason, Eustis, and McFarland, relative to their seizure and
detention on board of the United States steamer San Jacinto. Me-
morial of Messrs...

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Sloops, under advertisement from the Bureau of Construction, Au-
gust 8, 1861. Scale of offers to furnish machinery for steam screw.
Snake Indians. (See Indians.)

Solicitor of the Treasury, for the year ending June 30, 1861. Report
of operations in the office of the.......

Soldiers' Home, amount of receipts and expenditures to May 1, 1862;
inmates admitted, died, left, dismissed, &c., in each year from its
organization. Report of the board of commissioners in relation to
the present condition of the...

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Stanly, military governor of North Carolina. Letter of Secretary of
War, with copy appointment of Hon. Edward....

State, in relation to the law requiring passports from passengers going
direct from New York to San Francisco Letter of the Secretary of.
State, relative to consular and commercial agents appointed under act
of August, 1862. Letter of the Secretary of.....
State and the authorities of Great Rritain and France, relative to the
arrest of Messrs. Mason, Slidell, and suites on board of the British
steamer Trent. Correspondence between the Secretary of
State and the Prussian minister, relative to the arrest of Messrs. Ma-
son, Slidell, and suites on board of the British steamer Trent. Cor-
respondence between the Secretary of.................

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State and the Russian minister, relative to the arrest of Messrs. Ma-
son, Slidell, and suites on board of the British steamer Trent. Cor-
respondence between the Secretary of......

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State, for the service of the United States. Letter of Secretary of
War relative to the number of troops raised in each................
State and the Italian minister, relative to the arrest of Messrs. Mason,
Slidell, and suites, on board of the British steamer Trent.
respondence between the Secretary of......

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State that may abolish slavery therein. The draft of a bill from the
President to compensate any...

State. Intended veto message on bill freeing slaves within a....
State, with papers relative to the amount of money paid the States of
Maine and Massachusetts for yielding assent, under the Ashburton
treaty, establishing the boundary line between the United States
and British America. Letter of the Secretary of ....

State, relative to the arrest and detention of certain passengers on
board of the British mail steamer Trent. Correspondence between
the Austrian minister and the Secretary of
State Department and Hon. Franklin Pierce upon the subject of a sup-
posed conspiracy against the government Letter from the Secre-
tary of State, transmitting papers and a correspondence between the-

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Statute laws of the United States. Annual message of the President,
recommending a revision of the....

Steel. (See Iron and steel.)

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Steamers, under advertisement of August 8, 1861. Exhibit of all
offers received by the Bureau of Construction, &c., for side-wheel.. 3
Steam floating battery. Letter of the Secretary of the Navy, trans-
mitting copies of all contracts made with R. L. Stevens for the con-
struction of a

Stevens, for a floating battery. Letter of Secretary of the Navy rela-
tive to contracts with Robert L....

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Stone. Message of the President relative to the arrest of Brigadier
General......

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Subsistence. (See Commissary General.)

Sugar. (See Imported.)

Sumter, Charleston harbor, by Captain J. G. Foster, corps of engi-

neers. Engineer journal of the bombardment of fort

Supplies for the navy. (See Navy.)

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Supplies for the marine corps. (See Marine corps.)

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Survey of the north and northwestern lakes for the year ending June
30, 1863. Estimate for continuing the..............
Surveying department for the year ending June 30, 1863, and to sup-
ply deficiencies for the years ending June 30, 1860, 1861, and 1862.
Estimates of appropriations for the....
Surveyor general of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Dakota Territory, for
1861, with estimates. Report of the
Surveyor general of Oregon, for 1861, with statements showing the
condition of surveying contracts not closed August 30, 1860, and
the contracts made for surveying the public lands since August 30,
1860, &c., with estimates. Report of the.....

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Surveyor general of California, for 1861, with estimates and appendix.
Report of the....

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Surveyor general of Washington Territory, for 1861, with statements,
estimates, and expenditures. Report of the..
Surveyor general of New Mexico, for 1861. Report of the
Surveyor general of Kansas and Nebraska, for 1861.
Surveyor general of Minnesota, for 1861. Report of the
Surveyor general of Colorado Territory, for 1861. Report of the
Surveyor general of Nevada, for 1861.
Surveyor general of Dakota, for 1861.
Swamp lands. (See Lands.)

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Tariff. (See Revenue.)

Temporary loan of $2,875,350 for sixty days, issued under act of July
17, 1861. List of subscribers to

Territories of Dakota, Colorado, and Nevada. Report relating to the
organization of and extension of the surveying system to the new..
Territories of the United States and Texas. Report relative to the
running and marking, and expense thereof, of boundary lines be-
tween the...

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Texas and the Territories of the United States. Relative to the run-
ning and marking of the boundary lines between.
Thanks of Congress. Messages of President recommending that cer-
tain officers of the navy receive the

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Tobacco and rice exported annually from 1821 to 1861. Quantity and
value of...

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Tonnage of the United States annually from 1789 to 1861, inclusive;
also the registered and enrolled and licensed tonnage employed in
steam navigation in each year. Amount of the
Topographical engineers. (See Engineers.)

Topographical Bureau of the War Department for the year 1860. Cor-
rections to be made in the annual report of the....
Transportation on railroads in Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, Dela-
ware, and Pennsylvania, up to January 30, 1862, acted upon by the
Quartermaster General. List of bills for....

Treasurer of the United States for the year ending June 30, 1861.
Annual report of the....
Treasurer's weekly exhibits for 1860.
Treasury on the state of the finances.

(See Deposit accounts, &c )
Annual report of the Secretary

of the...
Treasury to collectors, surveyors, and other officers of the customs
relative to the enforcement of the blockade of ports of States in
rebellion. Circular instructions from the Secretary of the..
Treasury relative to the employment of a special agent in the State of
Minnesota. Letter from the Secretary of the

Treasury, with documents, relative to payments for the relief of the
beirs of John Paul Jones. Letter of the Secretary of the...
Treasury on the operations of his office. Annual report of the Register
of the

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Treasury for the year ending Juue 30, 1861, submitting tabular state-
ments and reports. Letter from the Register of the...
Treasury for the year ending June 30, 1861.
of the ...

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Report of the Solicitor

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Treasury. Report of the engineer in charge of the construction of the
extension of the

Treasury notes were issued for coin, and amounts thereof, under act of
March 2, 1861, authorizing an issue of $10,000,000. List of names
of parties to whom sixty days...

Treasury relative to discontinuance of officers employed in protection
of the revenue. Letter of Secretary of the...

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Treasury, with tabular statement of the quantity and value of articles
of merchandise imported into the United States from the British
North American colonies in 1859-'60, and '61, under the reciprocity
treaty. Letter from the Secretary of the..

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Treasury, showing the amounts paid to the marshals of the District of
Columbia for 1861. Letter from the Secretary of the

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Treaty with Great Britain relative to suppression of the African slave
trade. Message of President with.

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Trent. British mail steamer. (See State.)

Troops in the western department, October 10, 1861. Statement of..

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Trust funds. (See Indian trust funds.)

Tybee island, November 25, 1861. Report of the taking of..

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United States military roads. (See Military roads.)

Utah. Relative to public lauds, and the delinquency of the late sur-
veyor general in the Territory of..

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Vanderbilt, for the valuable present to the United States of the steamer
"Vanderbilt." Message of the President, recommending that some
suitable acknowledgment be made to Cornelius

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Vaults. Report of the engineer in charge of the construction of fire-
proof.....

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Vessels purchased for the government by George D. Morgan. List of.
Vessels chartered and purchased for the use of the War Department,
from April 1, 1861, to January 30, 1862. List of...

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