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Isajab Ingham.......... Chilicothe .........

Mar. 25, 1830 Bernard Van Horne.... Zanesville......

Dec. 21, 1830 ia mnel Quimby Wooster..................

var. 2, 1831 Robert I. Skinner Wapaukonpetta

Dec. 21, 1830 Joseph H. Lirwill..... Bucyrus....

May 29, 18:30 Jaines G. Reed

Jefferson ville......lodiana Feb. 21, 1831 Jobp D Wolverton.... Vincennes...... ...... Mar. 25, 1830 Abner Mc' arty.. Indianapolis.....

Dec. 4, 1833 James T Pollock......

Crawfordsville........ Jan. 8, 1833 John Spencer.. Fort Wayne ..

Dec. 30, 1831 John M. Lemon....... La Porte......

Mar. 2, 1833 Elward Humphreys.... Kaskaskia ..........Illovo :

Mar.

5, 1833 John Caldwell..

Shawneetown............. Feb. 10, 1830 Benjamin F. Edwards.. Edwardsville.... .......... Jan. 15, 1834 William Linn........ Vandalia.....

Jan,

12, 1831 Guy W. Smith.......... Palestine....

Mar.

5, 1833 Thomas Carlje.......... Quincy.....

Mar.

2, 1831 John Taylor Springfield......

Mar. 25, 1830 Samuel McRoberts. Danville.....

Mar. 2, 1831 Jonathan Kearsley

Detroit......

• Michigan Mar. 3, 1833 Thomas C Sheldon.... Bronson .....

Mar. 3, 1831 Danby Miller....... Monroe

F.b.

9, 1833 Samuel Merry.....

St. Louis. .........

Missouri Dic 23, 1832 Uriel Sebiee......... Fayette

Dec. 17, 1833 John Hayes...... .Jackson ... .........

May 12, 1832 Edward M. Ryland.... Lexington

Dec.

24, 1830 William Blakey... Palmyra ........

Jan, 14 1832 Caleb S. Manley....... Bi tesville... Arkansas Ter. Feb. 27, 1833 Peter J. Crutchfield Little Rock....

Nov.

5, 1833 Matthew Leiper....... Fayetteville....

July 10, 1832
Daniel T. Wilter...... Washington...........

July 10, 1832
Josoph Friend........
Quachila ........ Louisiana Mar.

2, 183 i Benjamin Robert Rogers Opelousas.

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25, 1830
Maurice Caunon
New Oileans...

Aug. 23, 1833
Paris Childress..
St Hel.-da C. H.

June 5, 1833
Thomas Lewis....... Washington. ... Mississipp May 26, 1930
Hanson Alsbury
Augu-td....

Mar.
Samuel W. Dickson.... Mount Salus............. Oct. 11, 1833
Wiley P. Harris......... Columbus..

Mar.

2. 1833 R. H. Sterling..... Chocchuma.. ....

Mar.

2, 1833 William Forbes bavage Poutitock...

Mar

'2, 1833 Johu Heory Owen.....

St Stephens... llabama Jan, 21, 1832
Samuel Cruse.........
Huntsville..........

Jan.

4, 1832 Wliliam G Parish Tuscaloosa ............

Jan Uriah G Mitchell.. .... Cahaba .................

May 17, 1832
John S. Hunter.... .... Sparta..

May 14, 1832
Joab Lawier.. ........
Mardisville.

July 14, 18:32
Nimrod E. Beison..... Montgomery

July 14, 1832 Thoinas Simpson... Demopolis..

Mur. Richard K Call..... Tallahassee..

..... Florida Mar. William H. Allen St. Augustine...

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2, 1833 3, 1933

Fxhibit of the operations of the Land Offices of the Uniled States in the sereral States and Territories, during the year end.

ing 31st Dreimber, 1832, the 1st 2d, and 3d quarters of 1833, and of the payments made into the Treasury on account of
Public Lands during those periods.
TA I'ES AND TERITO

Lands sold after deducting erro-
neous entries.

Amount received in scrip.
RIES.

Amount received

Aggregate re Amount paid into Actres. Purchase money. in cash. Forfeited land Military land ceipts.

the Treasury: stock.

scrip.
Ohio
.....for 1832...

412,714 61 $541,275 05 $430,619 37 $16,115 00 $94:940 68 $541,275 0: 03601,641 14
Indian?.... .....do.... 546,844 24 684,209 69 543,680 24 6,255 85 134,273 60 684,209 69 527,366 48
Dlinois.. ........do.... 227,375 91 284,936 17 254,363 83 3,057 9227,514 42 284,936 17 228,222 69
Missouri..., .....do.... 251,280 09 313,141 12 312,775 67 365 45

313,141-12 305,624 72
Alabama.... ....do 412,682 79 522,337 64 512,990 53 9,347 11

5?2,337 64 451.886 36
Glississippi.........do... 261.313 67 326,578 90 322,963 91 3,614 991

326,578 90 307,900 51
Louisiana ........do.... 78,453 48 98,280 290 96,848 67 1,431 62

98,280 20 100,455 00
Michigan ! er....do.. 252,21 44 320,284 831 319 584 00 700 83

320,284 83 317,635 42
Ark rusas Ter....o.... 10,179 47 12,724 33 12,724 33

12,724 3:31

13,538 115
Florida Ter......do.... 9,286 46 11,608 07 11,608 07

11,608 07!

10,040 66
Total for 1832.... 2,462,.342.16 3,115,376 09 2,818,158 62 4:!,328 77 256,328 70 3,115,376 09 2,6 :3,381 03
Ohio, 1, 2, & 3d qrs '33 372,685 22 466,455 821 327,764 11 12,753 30 125,938 41 466,455 82 325,253 75
indiana...........

...do.. 338,286 20 425,371 79 305,457 33 7,084 33 112,830 13 425,371 77 270,816 62
Illinois ............do.... 246,636 41 309,423 45 28 1,222 51 2,435 44 25,765 50 309,423 45 269,898 45
Missouri...... ...do.... 146,866 83 183,636 15 183,536 95 99 20

183,636 15 208, 423 75
Alibama.... ....do.... 219,212 69 275,722 36 260,433 51 15,288 85

275.722 36 301,796 69
sis-issippi.. ....do.... 315,725 16 394,841 41 393,040 34 1,801 07

394,841 41 365,498 66
Louisian ...........do....
61,983 35 77,487 64 77,299 77 187 87

77.487 64 75,104 69
lichigan Ter... do....) 316,081 89 395,102 03 394,826 33 275 70

395,102 03 367.609 61
lrkansas Ter.. oro.... 16,829 30 21,099 90 21,093 90

21,098 90 16,114 27
Florida T'er......do
8,333 33 10,416 65 10,416 65

10,416 65 9.440 Point for 3 yrs of 183 | 2.042,640 281 2,559,556 20 2,25), -96 401 39.925 76 264,534 14 , 59,156 02.2!1 OR;

OFFICES

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statement of the quantity of land sold at the Land Offices in each State from the 1st of July, 1820, to the 31st of December, 1832; and of public land subject to private entry, in the several States and Territories on the 1st of January, 1833. dali od 1820) 1821.

1822

1823 Onio..........ucres 44,917 75 114,940 55 18.),181 39 124,735 32 burialit...........

162,490 82 264,578 38 252,982 34 165,046 69 Illinois.............

6,699 99 50,382 15 27,763 84 60,534 77 Missouri....

24,821 84 99,687 78| 32,163 70 80,958 57 Alabama ..........

59,310 36 218,691 28 161,638 04 153,502 93 lississippi..

1,670 46 23,765 47| 10,147 06 31,016 24 Louisiana ............

632 55 1,157 32 90,829 76 1,225 67 Michigan..........

2,860 32 7,444 39 17,339 38 34,017 77 Arkansas...........

360 00 23,160 67 2,281 56 Florida....

Total, acres.. 303,404 091 781,213 320 26 18 653,319 52
OFFICES

1824.
1825

1826.

1827 Ohio..........ucres

106,752 01

141,9.2 6113..,789 02151,003 31 indiana......... 154,558 51 162,270 71 200,190 7:|209,691 21 Wlinois.....

43,987 97

45,804 28 81,083 73 58,605 07 lissouri....

86,785 12

85,807 99 58,517 03 155,070 53 raha04, ......

131,185 96

200,917 53147,716 00 98,078 94 riississipplo.

81,201 74

86,565 30 82,422 37 60,749 51 Louisiana....

3,627 26 560 07 19,184 87 6.475 4 Michigan .......... 78,246 68 106,752 63 59,361 96 42,410 05 Arkansas.......... 2,977 79 7,794 50 13 352 20 4,055 98 Florida ............

55 056 07 52,464 36 140 587 71
Total, acres.. 749,323 04 893,461 69:48,482 261 746,727 76
OFFICES.

1828.
18.

183

1831. Onio........ .ucres 163,733 37

176,216 40,156 392 701335,392 64 tudjana........-..

250.812 21 346,5 27 51 476,351 85 554,436 78 Ulinois............. 96.092 91 196,245 733 6,451 71|339,411 4 Missouri....

147,148 12 152,545 64214,917 44 296 467 94 Habama...........

167,812 64

120,201 10373 203 73|661,832 08 ilississippi

68 700 36 98,285 311 8,439 67160.798 14 Louisiana......

4,126 03

31.020 37| 74 647 70 67,384 28 Michigan....

26,895 79

67,860 26147,061 55 320,476 90 Arkansas.........

3,035 46 2,631 20 2,648 95 13,377 33 Florida..

35,182 87

53,276 49 59 618 49| 28,279 35 Toral, acres.. 96),6000 36' 1,24 1, o 1,929,733 791 2,777,856 98 OFFICES

1832.

To al Subject to priale entry. Phil..........acres 412.714 61 23 9,767 6%|Uno 11C: +9 5 107.54 srdiana.. 546,844 24 3,746,782 57|Indian

10 8813 luois......:

227,:375 91 1,550 439 50liinois ... 16,4.1 53 Missouri ...

251,280 09 1.696,171 79|| Mi-souri. 16 147 4: abaina ........... 412,692 79 2,906,773 38| Mississippi 9,517,14 Mississippi.... 261,313 67 1,075,075 30|| Vlaha ina .. 17,579.63 1:,lisandt.......... 78,453 43 379,324 811: ouisiana : 6,178,7 ibigan...., ....

252,2!1 44 1,162.959 1: lichigan.. 9,4180 Aikansas......... 10.179 47 86,105 U

Hikinas. loida.

9 2 6 10 43751 80 Florila.... 5.053 75 Toll, ""

; 337.151 061) 7pyte

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1833.

Statement of the whole amount of Public Lands ea posed to sule; the quantity sold, and the quantity remaining unsold, September 30, 1833, with the nett proceeds of the Sale:.

The whole amo'nt

of public lands Nett proceeds of Whole amount sur Whole amount reStates and sold since they sales after deal veyed and expos. inaining unsold. Territor es. were ceded to ducting all char

ed to sale, previ- 30th September. the U. S. prior ges, &c. prior to

ous to 30th Sept.

1833. to 30th Sept. 1833.

30th Sept. 1833. Acres. Hd hs. Dolls. cts. Acres. hdths. Acres. hdths. Ohio 9,592,137 51 17,570,759 12 14,654,381 68 5,062,244 17 Indiana 6,741,839 93 8,393,943 56 17,258,284 49 10,516.444 56 Iliinis 2,652,024 77 3,135,549 27 18,789,515 45 16,137,490 68 Missouri 2,353,719 90 3,269,126 27| 18,346,734 98 15,993,015 08 Mississippi 2,173,327 40 3,126,648 07 11,374,650 57 9,201,323 17 Alabama 4,967,366 67 9,630,080 16 22.327,810 19 17,360,443 52 Louisiana 484,190 88 734,725 86 6,450,942 05 5,966,751 17 Michigan 1,516,582 48 1,872,737 94 10,592,240 15 9,075,657 67 Arka usas

105,009, 16 100,342 90 9,953,041 39 9,848,032 23 Florida 442,238 17

564,658 19 5,487,658 38 5,045,420 21 Total, 131,028,436 87 48,398,571 34 135,235,259 33 104,206,822 46

Quuntity of Public Lands, granted for Miliiary Services, and to the several States, co

for specific purposes.
Quantity granted to each of the States for

Reserved for
Quantity of

Seats of

schools, being State and land patent. Colleges, led for servi-acadein's, Roads and

Govern

the 1-36th part

Saline reserTerritories.

ment &

of all the public ces during & univer- Canals.

vations.

public the late war sities.

lands ceded to build’gs.

United States.
Acres.
Acrt.
Acres. Acres Acres.

Acres. Ohio 69.120 830,137

23 680 00) 684,743 lodiana 67,960 46,080 580,800 2,560 23,040 00 626,868 Illinois 12,878,720 46,080 48,000 2,560 121,629 68 1,034,897 Missouri 468,960/ 46,080|

2,449 46,080 00/ 1,23 1,639 Mississippi

46,080
1,280

834,364 Alabama

46,560 400,000l 1,620 23,040 00 889,030 Louisiana 46,080

873,973 Michigan

46,080
10,000

543,893 Arkansas 1,037,12 46,080)

7,400

950,258 Florida

46,0801
| 1201

877,484 Total 14,452,76 184,32 12,290,9371:8,989237,469 68 8,546, 149

Grant to the Ohio Company

Acres, 100,000 to A. H Dohrman, for services rendered American pris. oners during the revolutionary war

20,480 to the French inhabitants of Gallipolis

25,200 to the Deaf and Dumb Asylu:n in Conn, a lownship in Ala. 23,040 to the Deaf and Dumb Asylum in Ken. a township in Flo 23,040 to General Lafayette, a township in Florida

23,028 Lands appropriated for religious purposes in the purchases made by John Cleves Symines and the Obio Company 43.595

Total, Acres, 258,313

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OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. The principal officer employed in the collection of the duties or imports and tonnage, is the Collector, lo whoni the Naval Officer is at once laid and a check. The Surveyor superintends and directs the inferior officers of the customs, and all three are appoiuted by the President and Senate. Toey formerly held their offices for an indefinite period ; but, by an act of 15th May, 1820, their appointment is now limited to four years. Weighers, Gaugers, Measurers and Inspectors are appointed by the Collector with the approbation of the principal officer of the Treasury Department For the duties of these several officers, see the act of Congress, of the 2d of March 1799. Public Appraisers are authorized by an act of the 2016 of April, 1918. Their business is to appraise insported goods subject to duty ad valorem, when they are suspected to have been invoiced below the true value. They are appointed by the President and Senate, and hold their commissions during the pleasure of the President. Assistant Appraisers are authorized by the act of the 28th of May, 1830.

COLLECTORS OF THE CUSTOMS.
Names,

Where employed. Date of Commission.

Maine
James W. Ripley.. Passamaquoddy....

........ Dec 17, 1830 Scmuel A Morse ....... Machias......

Jan 28, 1832 Edward S. Jarvis... Frenchman's Bay... Mar 3, 1831 Joshua Carpenter.......

Penobscot............

Mar 19, 183
Deuny M.Cobb...
Waldoboro.

Mar 3, 1833
Thomas M. Crate..... Wiscasset........... Mar 11, 1833
William King....
Bath

Mar 25, 1830
John Chandler............

Portlaud.......... Mar 11, 1833
Jobo F. Scanman......
Saco rio...

Mar 11, 1833
Baroabas Palmer.

Kennebunk.. .......... Mar 11, 1833
Mark Dennet.............

York................... Mar 11, 1833
Daniel Lane.....
Belfast.

Jan. 4, 1831

New Hampshire. William Pickering.. Portsmouth.

April 8, 1830

Vermont.
Archibald W. Hyde..... Burlington ............. Feb 15, 1830

Missachuselts.
Samuel Phillips........ Newburyport..

Mar 24, 1830
William Beach...... Glouceste:

Mar 24, 1820
James Miller....
Saleni......

Jan 3, 1833
Benjamin Knight..... Maiblehead..

Feb 19, 1830
David Henshaw........
Boston...................

April 12, 1830
Timothy Souther.... ... Ipswich ........

April 12, 18:30
Scuyler Sampson...... Plymouth............ Mar 11, 1833
Horario Prill..........
Fall River.....

Mar 4, 1833
Isaiah L. Green........ Barnstable....... ..... Mar 3, 1833
Lemuel Williams..
New Bedford.. ........

Mar 8, 1830
John P. Norton......... Eagartown..

Feb 19, 1830 Martin T. Morton...... Nantucket...... .....

Jan 30, 1830

Rhode Island.
Walter R Danforth..... Providence..

Mar 11, 1833

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