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ESTIMATE of Appropriations for 1817.- Continued.

CORPS OF ENGINEERS.

Pay.

Forage.

384 288 576 288

900

720 1,200

720 480 600 480 600 480

Subsistence.

438 365 584 365 219 292 219 292 219

288

288

288

292 219 219

1 Colonel
1 Lieutenant-Colonel
2 Majors
1 Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy
1 Assistant ditto
1 Professor of Mathematics
1 Assistant ditto
| Professor of the Art of Engineering
1 Assistant ditto
I Chaplain and Professor of Ethics, (not provided

for by law; pay, &c. of a Brigade Chaplain)
1 Teacher of the French Language
I Teacher of Drawing
I Teacher of Music .
| Paymaster.
I Master of the Sword
6 Captains
6 First Lieute ants
6 Second Lieutenants
250 Cadets
4 Sergeants
4 Corporals
20 Artificers
12 Musicians
80 Privates
42 Private Servants

288

600 480 480

96 600

320 2,880 2,160

1,800 48,000

384 336 2,400

864 4,800 2,520

292

146 1,314 1,314 1,314 36,500

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ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.

Pay. 1 Colonel

1,080 1 Lieutenant-Colonel

900 2 Majors

1,440 10 Captains

6,000 10 First Lieutenants

4,000 10 Second Lieutenants

4,000 10 Third Lieutenants

3,600 3 Master Armourers

1,080 9 Master Carriage Makers

3,240 9 Master Blacksmiths

3,240 100 Armourers

19,200 100 Carriage Makers .

19,200 100 Blacksmiths

19,200 100 Artificers

15,600 100 Labourers

10,800 48 Private Servants

2,880

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Forage.

720

REGIMENT OF LIGHT ARTILLERY.

Pay.

Subsistence. 1 Colonel.

900

438 1 Lieutenant-Colonel

365 1 Major

600

292 I Surgeon

540

219 I Surgeon's Mate

360

146 | Adjutant

120 1 Paymaster

600

292

384 288 288 192 192 192 288

ESTIMATE of Appropriations for 1817.-Continued.

Subsistence.

Forage.

192

I Quarter-master 1 Sergeant-major 1 Quarter-master's Sergeant 2 Principal Musicians 10 Captains 10 First Lieutenants 10 Second Lieutenants 20 Cadets 40 Sergeants 40 Corporals 20 Musicians 80 Artificers 580 Privates 27 Private Servants.

Pay.

120 108 108

192 4,800 3,600 3,000 3,840 3,810 3,360 1,440 9,600 34,800 1,620

2,190 2,190 2,190 2,920

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2,016

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Clothing.

1,003

1,971

Dollars.

74,268

13,213

3,019

Subsistence.

1,460
1,168

Forage.

1,152 1,152 1,536 1,536 2,304

CORPS OF ARTILLERY.

Pay. 4 Lieutenant-Colonels

2,880 4 Majors

2,400 8 Adjutants

960 8 Quarter-masters

960 8 Paymasters

4,800 32 Captains

15,360 32 First Lieutenants

11,520 64 Second Lieutenants, (32 of them Conductors of Artillery)

23,040 32 Thir Lieutenants

8,832 32 Quarter-master's Sergeants

3,456 160 Sergeants

15,360 256 Corporals

21,504 128 Musicians

9,216 3,200 Privates

192,000 128 Private Servants

7,680

2,336
7,008
7,008

14,016
7,008

7,680

Clothing

9,344

4,756

Dollars. 319,968

49,348

12,436

Forage.

3,072 2,304 2,304 1,536 3,072 1,536 1,536 2,304

EIGHT REGIMENTS OF INFANTRY..

Pay.

Subsistence. 8 Colonels

7,200

3,504 8 Lieutenant-Colonels

5,760

2,920 8 Majors

4,800

2,336 8 Surgeons

4,320

1,752 16 Surgeon's Mates

5,760

2,336 8 Adjutants

960 8 Quarter-masters

960 8 Paymasters

4,800

2,336 8 Sergeant-majors

864 8 Quarter-master's Sergeants

864 16 Principal Musicians

1,536 80 Captains

38,400

17,520 80 First Lieutenants

28,800

17,520 80 Second Lieutenants

24,000

17,520 320 Sergeants 320 Corporals

26,880 160 Musicians

11,520 5,410 Privates

326,400 244 Private Servants

13,440

15,352

IIIII

30,720;

17,664

Clothing

8,323

Dollars. 537,984

83,096

25,987 100,000

ESTIMATE of Appropriations for 1817.-- Continued.

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REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN.

Pay. 1 Colonel

900 1 Lieutenant.Colonel

720 1 Major

600 1 Surgeon

540 2 Surgeon's Mates

720 1 Adjutant

120 1 Quarter-master

120 1 Paymaster

600 1 Sergeant-major

103 2 Quarter-master's Sergeants

108 2 Principal Musicians

192 10 Captains

4,800 10 First Lieutenants

3,600 10 Second Lieutenants

3,000 40 Sergeants

3,810 40 Corporals

3,360 20 Musicians

1,140 680 Privates

40,800 28 Private Servants

1,680

2,190 2,190 2,190

2,208

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Pay of Officers of the Army having brevet commis.

sions and commands Travelling Allowances to discharged Soldiers Double Rations to Officers of the Army entitled

thereto Half-pay Pensions of Widows and Orphans

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32,000

Total

Dollars.

122,000

46,000

6,500

Dollars. 202,695 126,817 132,142

90,500 381,752 6-47,067

81,048 174,500

32,000

813,960
646,430

General Staff
Engineers
Ordnance

Light Artillery
RECAPITULATION.

Artillery
Infantry
Riflemen

Miscellaneous
Replacing Deserters and those rendered unfit for duty, including bounties and pre-

miums for enlisting
Subsistence to the non-commissioned Officers, Artificers, Musicians, and Privates of

the Army.-4,284,005 rations, estimated at an average of 19 cents per ration Clothing for the non-commissioned Officers, Musicians, and Privates Camp equipage, fuel, straw, tools, stationery, transportation, erecting and repairing

barracks, and hire of quarters Medicines, instruments, and stores for hospitals, posts, garrisons, and regiments,

and for paying Assistants, Nurses, Matrons, and Attending Physicians not of the

Army
Ordnance and ordnance stores, and Arsenals, and for the public Armouries at Spring-

field and Harper's Ferry
Fortifications
Contingencies
Maps, plans, books, and instruments for the War Department
Buildings at West Point
Maps, plans, books, instruments, fuel, and stationery for the Military Academy;

repairing buildings at West Point, &c.

460,000

100,000

1,066,000 838,000 100,000

2,500 47,500

16,750

ESTIMATE of Appropriations for 1817.- Continued.

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ARREARAGES.

Dollars. Pay for the Army

430,000 Subsistence

200,000 Quarter-master's Department

450,000 Advance by the State of Pennsylvania, for defraying the expenses of the Militia of that State

300,000 Running the lines of the Territory ceded by the Creek Nation, on the 14th of August, 1814

25,000 Ordnance Department

135,000 Total POR MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT.... Dollars. 7,499,625 Indian Department

200,003 TOTAL FOR MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT AND INDIAN DEPARTMENT.... Dollars. 7,699,625

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NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT. Pay, Rations, and Subsistence of the Officers, Seamen, Ordinary

Seamen and Boys, of the Navy of The United States.

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25,200

1,900 Seamen
1,600 Ordinary Seamen

350 Boys 5,444

Dollars 1,092,782

Provisions for 5,444 persons; making 1,987,060 rations, at 25 cents

496,765 Hospital stores, medicines, instruments, &c. including the Marine Corps

10,000 Kepairs of Vessels, exclusive of the Macedonian

275,000 Repairs of the Frigate Macedonian

50,000 OI nance and Ordnance stores

100,000 Salt.petre and sulphur, &c.

20,000 Repairs of Navy Yards, construction of Docks, &c.

350,000 Conungent Expenses

300,000 To cover deficit of the ycar 1816, in consequence of arrearage claims for the last year of the War

50,000

TOTAL FOR NAVY

Dollars

2,744,497

Estimate of Appropriations for 1817.-Continued.

MARINE CORPS.
PAY AND SUBSISTENCE.

Number
annual 'Number of Ra.

Amount Amount Pay per amount of Ra. tions Price of of

of Pay Month. of Pay. tions рег Rations Rations and per day. annum.

Rations Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Dollars. Cents. Dollars. Dollars.

75 900 11 4,005 20 803 1,703 50 1,200 3

2,190

438 1,639 40 9,600 2 14,600

2,920 12,520 11,520 2 23,360

16,192 7,128

7,128 8,256

8,256 5,040

5,040 56,736

56,736

I Lieutenant Colonel 2 Majors 20 Captains 32 Lieutenants 66 Sergeants 86 Corporals 60 Musicians 788 Privates

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1,080

1,055
Extra Pay to Adjutant, Pay-master and Quarter-master, at 30 dollars per month
Provisions for 1,055 Persons, making 385,075 Rations, at 20 cents, including !
Ration to each Officer, not estimated above

Dollars

77,015

187,308

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CONTINGENT ACCOUNT.
Camp-kettles, barrack furniturc, beds, stationery, &c.
Fuel for the Officers and Corps, Forage for the Commandant, &c.
Transportation of detachments and baggage, instruments, &c.
Travelling expenses, courts-martial, postages, &c.

4,100 10,000 4,000 1,500

19,500

TOTAL FOR MARINE CORPS
TOTAL FOR NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT AND MARINE CORPS

242,161 Dollars. 2,986,658

GRAND TOTAL OF ESTIMATE OF APPROPRIATIONS
FOR 1817

Dollars 12,451,799

Treasury Department, Register's Office,

26th December, 1816.

JOSEPH NOURSE, Register.

(1816-17.]

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