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Naval Constructors..... 29:3|Netherlands.................

...116, 12 Naval Establishinent, expenses New Grenada ..........

....20, 117 of, 1832...

..225 New HampshireExpenses of, 1789-1832.... Senators, 23d Congress.. 30 Naval Officers..................242 Representatives 23d Congress 31 Fees of......

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Courts in............ Navigation, in 1832........ ....111 Mail Contractors in.......... 189 Navy Coinmissioners aod Clerks 99 Custom House Officers in.. .254 Navy Department....... .......97 New JerseySecretary and Clerks.. ......

97 Senators 23d, Congress.. 30 Navy Board.......

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Representatives. 23d Congress 33 Navy Estimates, 1934..........166 Courts in.

...........109 Navy, Expenses of, 1789-1832...182 Mail Contractors in.......... . 194

Gradual Improvement. of.. ..181 Custom House Officers ju.. ..260 Navy Hospitals....

..172 Newspaper postage......... ..104 Navy List

New York Captains...... ............ 289 Senators, 23d Congress........30 Masters Commandant.... ....289 Repretentatives 23d Congress 32 Lieutenants.... ...... ..289, 291 Courts in......

109 Surgeons............

Mail Contractors in..........192 Assistant Surgeons............ 292 Custom House officers in ......257 Pursers.... .292 Norfolk Dry Dock..

.179 Chaplains............

............292 North CarolinaPassed Midshipmen.

Senators, 23. Congress.. 30 Midshipmen......

...........293-296 Representatives, 23d Congress 34 Sailing Masters...

Courts in......

.109 Boatswains....

Mail Contractors in .. ..198 Gunners..

Custom House Officers in., ..262 Carpenters.............. ....296 Norway.... .........116, 120 Sailmakers.......

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O Navy Agents........ .....298|Officers of the Customs.......253-264 Naval Storekeepers....

Fees of......... ....[118 [120 Naval Constructors

.298 Officers of Revenue Cutters,. ..244 Vessels of War........ 300 Ohio Vessels in Ordinary....

.177 Senators, 23d Congress...... 30 Vessels on the Stocks.........177 Representatives 23d Congress 36 Pay of Oificers................

..297

Couris in................ Navy

Mail Contractors in..........201 Report of Secretary of....161-177 Custom Hlouse Officers in... ..263 Vessels of............ ..300 Oldeuburg.....

.....121 Pay and subsistence of........297 Ordnance Department..... 89, 141 Deaths of Officer's of..........283 Orduance Storekeepers.......... 89 Resignations of Officers of....283 Ordnance Sergeavis......

Dismissions of Orlicers of.. ..288 Ordnance and Stores fabricated Navy Pension and Hospital Fuod 98

in 1833.....

.....141 Navy Schools......

..1630.dnance and Stores distributed Navy Yards......

.225 to Militia in 1833........ ....142 Officers of...... ..., 286, 287 Ottoman Porte, Treaty with.. 67 Vessels on the Stocks in.. ....177

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Sales of, in 1832 and 1833... 23
Patents, Land, Secretary for Sales of, 1820-1833.... ..236
signing..

Subject to Private Entry ..236
Pay Department....

96 Sales and neti Proceeds of....237
Pay of the Army

.286 Whole quantity surveyed ....237
: ay of the Naty.

.297 Quartily unsold..............237
Pay of Membe:s of Congress.... 50 Grapts of, for specific purposes 237
t'ay of Nou commissioned Offi Public Lands, 1796-1832........ .198
cers and Privates increased...157 Public Ministers, U. S

115
Paymasters..........

....274 Publishers of the Laws..........269
Penitennary..

.113 Purchasing Department......94.274
Pennsylvania-

Pursers...............

..292
Senators, 23d Congress.. .... 30

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Representatives 23d Congress 33 Quartermaster General.... .....274
Courts in ............... ...... 109 Department ol..............91-94
Mail Contractors in.... .....

...194 Officers, &c., employed in.....134
Custom House Officers in ......260 Quarter Masters......

..274
Peru,....
............21. 118

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Pension Office..........
87 Raft of Red River....

138
Pensions.................. ......172 Rags imported, 1832. .190
Pensions, 1789-1832...... ....(100 Rangers, mounted.. 131,159
Pensioners, Navy.. . 166, 180 Kaw Hides imported "21-32 [52, 90

l'uivateer ...... ....... 167, 180 Receipts from 1789.... .228
Revolutionary.. 149, 160, 181, 222 Receipts in each year, 1789.
Invalid........149, 160, 181, 222

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Piers.........

...222 Receipts and Expenditures.. ...228
Prisoners of War, 1782.... ....[35 Receivers of Public Moneys......233
Portugal....................116-120 Recruiting, 1833.....

131
Relations with..... ....... ...19 Re-eolistments encouraged......158
Position of Troops..... ....... .132 Registers of Land Offices........ 232
Postmasters, compensation of....186 Registers Office....

81
Postage, rates ol.. ......

104 Relative Rank..............9

..282-284
Postage, 1793-1332........... ..198 Reports from-
Posts and Arsenals..... .132 War Department.. .... 123-130
Post Masle General.. ......100 Navy Departmeni........161-177
Report of............

.183-188) Postmaster General...... 183-188
Post Offices, Clerks in.......... 102 Treasury Department.... 205-211
Post Roads....

........184

Visiters, Military Academy ..151
President of U.S. duties of, &c. 13 Representatives....... ........31-38

Message to Congress.......15-28 Requisition Bureau. ....
Privateer Pension Fund........100 Resignations-Army, 1833,......273
Priv te Land Claims............ 54 Army, 1815-1833....... ...(1-24
Prussia.....
...117, 20 Navy.

288
Public Building, burnt....... 24,211 Revenue Cutters............243-246
Public Buildings, Coinm’r of......38 Revenue Laws, 1832,33 ..[102- 1 15
Public Debt, payments on, 1832 226 Revenue, exclusive of Lorns,
Public Debt, payments oli, 1833 207 1789-1832........

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State of, Jan. 1, 1834........227 Reyenue from Customs.....212-217
Public Lands-

from Sales of Lauds..........218
Sales of, in 1832. .....218! from all other sources.... ....217

1832.....

....... 86

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Revolutionary Army. .[20-34% Solicitor's Office...... .......... 80
Revolutionary Claims.. ........

..181 South Carolina-
Pensions.. 160,181 Senators, 23d Congress

30
Pensioners........149 Representatives, 23d Congress 35
Revolution, expenses of, 1776. Courts in............... . 109
1781........

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Mail Contractors in...........199
Rode Islaod

Custom House Officers in .....263
Senators, 230 Congress........ 30 Spain......

.........116-119
Representatives, 23d Congress 31 Relations with..............17 19
Courts in........
...109 Specific duties ..

213.217
Custom House Officers in..... 256 Starding Committees.. .39.43
Rice exported 1821-1832....[56, 95 Spices imported, 1832...... •191
Riveis..................... 136 138 Spirits.......

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Roads....

133,139,223 Spirits imported 1821-32 [52, 59, 91
Roads and Canals, Lards grant Staff, general, of the Army-

ed for.... ....................237 Head Quarters..................87
Rome......

...................117-121 Adjutant General's Office ......88
Russia ............ ....116,119 Engineer Department..........-88
Relatious with.......

Topographical Bureau..
Treaty with................58-61 Ordnance Office ................89
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Quarter Masters Department .91
Sail Makers.........

296 Purchasing Department........94
Sailing Masters.................

...296 Clothing Department.... ...94
Sales, &c. of Public Lands.. 235-237 Pay Department................95
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........214 Subsistence Department... ....95
Salt imported, 1821-1832....[53,91 Medical Departinent............96
Sandwich Islands..

5.000............118|Staff, Military Academy........271
Sardinia .......
.........................121 State Banks......

............267
Saxe Weimar............. 121 State Banks Public Funds in....269
Saaony..

......117,120 State, Department of..............53
Schools, Navy.....

163 Secretary and Clerks..........53
Schools, Indian.....

145 State, Exports of each, 1791-
Secretary of State..
..53 1832..

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69 States, commerce of, 1832.. ..[85
Report of......... ..205-211 Steam Batteries...

170
of War.............
......... 86 Steel imported, 1832.

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Report of.. .......... 123. 130 Storekeepers, Military. 134,272
of Navy....

97 Naval...

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Report of...............161-177 Ordnance.......................89
Segare imported, 1832...... ....(91 Subsistence Department 125,95,274
Seua tors...............
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Senate See Congress.

Sugar imported, 1821-32 [53, 62, 91
Sergeants, Orduance...

90 Superintendent-
Sicily..

..55,117,121

of Patent Office........ ....53
Silk manufactures inported '21-

of Indian affairs...

.[52,88 of Light Houses...........247-251
Silver exported and imported [39-43 Supreme Court.................106
Sinking Fund....

54 Surgeon General's Office........ 96
Skins and Furs expurted, 1832...[93 Surgeons, Army...

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Soldiers, act for inproving their Surgeone, Navy....

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Surveyors of the Customs.. ....240 Vermont-
Fers of..................... [118 Senators, 23d Congress

32
Sweden...............

..116, 120 Representatives 23d Congress 32
Switzerland...
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Courts in ..................... 109
Sylph, Officers and Crew of....... 180 Mail Contractors in..........190
Syria ..

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Custom House Officers in.....254
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Vessels of War of the U. S......300
Tariff.........

23, 209 Vessels, cost of builring and re-
Tariff Lawe, 1832-1833.. .[102-115 pairing, 1789—1832.......... 182
Teas..
.213 Vessels in ordinary..............

..177
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Senators, 23d Congress... 30 Vice President, Duties, &c of.... 14
Represelitatives 23a Congress 36Virginia-
Courts in ....................

.110 Senators 23d Congress.. 30
Mai) Coutracıors in..........203 Representatives 23 Congress 34
Territorial Courts...... ...113 Courts in....
Territories, Delegates trom...... 38 Mail Contractors in..........196
Governors of.. ................

..113 Custom House Officers in ....262
Timber exported, 1821 32.......

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Timber, Navi, ou hand..

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Quesne....

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Tin imported, 1832.......... ...[90

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Tobacco exported, '21-32[56, 57, 95 War Department................ 86
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Serretary and Clerks....
Tonnage, Americau and For Requisition Bureau..., ......

86
vign 1821–1832.... ......[50, 51 Pension Office....

87
Tongage, West India Trade [64, 65 Bounty Land Bureau........... 86
Tonnage of each District, 1832 [86 Indian Office

86
Tonnage, 1815-1832........ .[87 Bureaus of General Staff...... 88
Topographical Bureau .... ..... 89 War with lodians, 1832.. ... ..159
Topographical Engineers.... 276 Watchnien.....

...71, 99, 191
Transportation of the Majl 184, 188 Weighers, Fees of ..........[120
Treasurer of the viint.......... 85 Western Departm’t of the Army 132
Treasurer's Office. ...... 81 West India Trade, 1821-1832 [59.65
Treasury Department.. ..... 69 West Indies

Secretary a pri Clerks.. .69-71 Spirits imported from..... [59
Treasury Report...... 205-211 Molasse imported from .[60
Tieslies with indiaus.... ,128 130 Coffee imported from

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Treaty for adjustment of Claims Sugar imported from.........[62
on Naples....

56 Iinports from and Exports to ..[63
Treaty with Russia....n ..58 61

Tourage in trade with.. ..[64, 65
Treaty with Mexico...... ...61-67 Whalebune exported, 1821-32.. [54
Treaty with the Ottoman Porte 67 Whiskey rarious abolisheli...... 166
Tripoli........

.......117 Wines, duties on, 1832..........213

..........112ives 19) poried, 1821-32....[52, 91
Turkey....
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f'uscany....

.121 Wood, ye, imported 1832.. ... [90
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PRESIDENT OR THE UNITED STATES. ANDREW JACKSON, of Tennessee, $25,000 per annum.

The President must be thirty-five years of age, fourteen years a resi. dent of the United States, and a natural born citizen or a citizen at the time of the adoption of the Constitution. In case of his removal, death,, or resignation, or inability, the duties of his office devolve on the Vice President: and, by act of 1st March, 1792, in case of removal, death, or resignation, or inability both of President and Vice President, the President of the Sepate pro tempore, and in case there shall be no President of the Senate, then the Speaker of the House of Representatives, for the time being is to act as President. The legal title of this officer is The

President of the United States ; and he is, by the Constitution, Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the service of the United States. He receives ambassadors and other public ministers; and it is his duty to take care that the laws are faithfully executed. He is empowered, with the advice and consent of two thirds of the Senators present, to make treaties; and, by and with the advice of a majority of the Senate, he appoints anbassadors, other public ministers and consuls, judges of the Supreme Court, and all other officers established by law, whose appointments are not otherwise provided for in the Constitution, and the appointment of whom, when of an inferior nature, is not vested by Congress in the President alone, in the courts of law, or in the heads of Departments He commissions all officers of the United States ; and may grant reprieves and pardons, except in cases of impeachment. The compeasation of the President is 25,000 dollars per anbum, which cannot be increased or diminished during the term for which he is elected. His

salary was fixed by act of 18th February, 1793. . He, as well as the Vice President, is elected by Electors, in the respective States, who are chosen as the Legislatures of the several States may provide.

According to an act of Congress, of the 1st of March, 1792, the choice of these Electors nust be made within thirty-four days preceding the first Wednesday of December, of the year in which an election of the Presi. dent and Vice President takes place : and they must “ be equal to the

number of Senators and Representatives to which the several States may by law, be entitled at the time when the President and Vice President thus to be chosen shall come into office. Provided always, That where no apportionment of Representatives shall have been made after any eaumeratior., at the time of choosing electors, then the number of Electors shall be according to the existing apportionment of Senators and Representa

No Senator or Representative, or persou holding an office of trust or profit under the United States, can be appointed an Elector The votes for President and Vice President are given by the Electors on the first Wednesday of December, in every fourth year, throughout the Union.

The Electors meet in their respective States and vote by ballot for President and Vice President, one of wbom, at least, shall not be an in.

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