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There has been paid out during the year on audited warrants the following sums, to-wit: On account of revenue of 1839 refunded, - ..

28 80 On account of revenue of 1841 'refunded, -

7 84 On account of revenue of 1843 refunded,

4 18 On account of revenue of 1844 refunded,

21 57 On account of revenue of 1845 'refunded,

471 On account of revenue of 1846 refunded,

33 40 On account of revenue of 1847 refunded,

77 21 On account of delinquent revenue of 1847 refunded,

92 89 On account of revenue of 1848 refunded,

$2,548 62

$2,819 22 On account of legislative expenses,

28,465 96 On account of judiciary expenses,

16,662 67 On account of payments to probate judges,

5,066 00 On account of specific appropriations,

1,202 62 On account of prosecuting attorneys,

570 00 On account of stationery and fuel,

3,416 36 On account of executive salaries,

4,496 66 On account of distributing laws and journals,

532 58 On account of militia officers and expenses,

1,226 74 On account of State Prison, -

2,475 04 On account of governor's house,

154 28 Ou account of public printing and binding,

7,471 22 On account of State Library,

751 99 On account of presidential election,

588 72 On account of contingent fund,

842 12 On account of public arms, their transportation, preservation, and repairs,

217 60 On account of State House, -

329 73 On account of New State Prison,

25,318 14 On account of education of the blind,

15,146 89 On account of the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, - 26,370 00 On account of the Hospital for the Insane,

20,331 00 STATE UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE FUND. On account of loans made, - - $4,850 00 On account of professor's salaries, .. 3,750 00 On account of expenses of fund,

128 75

8,728 75

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THREE PER CENT. FUND.
On account of three per cent. fund distributed

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NEW ALBANY AND VINCENNES ROAD.

On account of construction,' .
On account of repairs,
On account of incidental expenses,
On account of damages, -

$451 85 6,854 68 3,199 48

10 00

10,516 01

CENTRAL CANAL, NORTHERN DIVISION.

On account of repairs, - -
On account of incidental expenses, -

$2,060 05

295 50

$2,355 55

MADISON AND INDIANAPOLIS RAIL ROAD.
On account of Madison and Indianapolis Rail Road

Stock, - ..

5,363 35

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ON ACCOUNT OF INCIDENTAL EXPENSES OF

TREASURY NOTES,

279 00

TREASURY NOTES ONE-FOURTH OF ONE

PER CENT.

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12,134 00

969 16

3,767 32

480 00

On account of general expenses of

trustees, - - . On account of expenses of Land Office,

at Vincennes district, On account of expenses of Land Office,

east and west of Tippecanoe, On account of money refunded on ac

count of erroneous interest at Vin

cennes district, On account of expenses of Superin

tendence of canal, - - On account of expenses of surveys, On account of ordinary repairs, - On account of extraordinary repairs, On account of salaries and expenses of

toll collectors, -
On account of construction between

Coal Creek and Terre Haute.
On account of construction of Potaka

Summit, -
On account of construction from Terre

Haute to Point Commerce, .

6,585 99 13,581 84 30,597 94 9,311 80

4,221 35

247,082 22

2,969 57

103,982 36

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Deduct expenditures as above,

• 1,137,398 25 Leaves a balance in the Treasury, on the first day of November, 1849, of

$428,941 19

Of this balance, the sum of $201,849 26, is in the hands of the Trustees of the Wabash and Erie Canal, to be expended under their direction in the completion of that work. And the residue of said balance consists almost entirely of Treasury notes and State scrip, redeemed and ready to be cancelled.

The following tables exhibit the amounts that have been assessed, set apart, and paid by the State, under the laws passed for the establishment and support of the benevolent institutions for the Deaf and Dumb, the Blind, and the Hospital for the Insane :

ASYLUM FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB.

$24,750 00

Amount of proceeds from assessments of Revenue of

1848, Amount of proceeds of delinquent Revenue from as

sessments of 1847,

1,620 00

$26,370 00

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