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Accounts of the government for the year ending June 30, 1859.

Report of the Treasurer of the United States, transmitting

a statement of the

Adjutant General of the United States for the service of the army

during the year ending June 30, 1861. Estimates of the...

African squadron. The number of officers and men in the service

of the United States who have died in that service belonging

to the ..

African negroes. Relative to the capture of the slaver “William,"

near the Isle of Pines, with five hundred and fifty..

American seamen registered in the several ports of the United

States during the year ending September 30, 1859. Letter

of the Secretary of State, transmitting an abstract of the

returns of......

Appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1861. Report of

the Secretary of the Treasury of the estimates for...

Appropriations, specific and indefinite, which may be required for

the service of the last three quarters of the fiscal year ending

June 30, 1860, made by former acts of Congress. State-

ment of the Register of the Treasury of the estimates for...

Appropriations to the credit of the Interior Department on June

30, 1859. Statement of the balances of....

Appropriations to the credit of the War Department on July 1, 1859.

Statement of the balances of..
Appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the government. Mes-

sage of the President of the United States, in explanation of

his approval of the bill making -.-

Armories for the year ending June 30, 1859. Letter of the Secre.

tary of War, transmitting a statement of the expenses of the

national

Arms, accoutrements, and ammunition of the militia of the United

States for the year 1859. Abstract of the returns of ....
Army Register for the year 1859. Letter of the Secretary of War,

transmitting transcripts of the.....
Army during the year ending June 30, 1861. Estimates for appro-

priations for the support of the

Art commissioners. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, in re-

gard to the report of

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Art commissioners. Report of the....
Auditor of the Treasury, transmitting copies of the accounts of the

disbursements made for the benefit of the Indians during

the year ending June 30, 1859. Letter of the Second
Auditor of the Treasury, on the subject of claims growing out of

Iudian hostilities in Oregon and Washington Territories

Report of the Third ...
Auditor, in regard to the contract entered into between W. H.

Degges, F. H. Smith, and M. C. Meigs, for and in behalf of
the United States, with certain statements of transactions
under it, particularly in reference to the interest of W. H.

De Groot Statement of the Third
Austria during the year ending September 30, 1859. Statements

of the commercial relations with

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Balances of appropriations to the credit of the Interior Depart-

ment on June 30, 1859. Statement of the.....
Balances, a list of, due the United States, remaining unsettled for

more than three years prior to July 1, 1859; and also a list
of said balances due and unsettled for more than one year
prior to July 1, 1859. Statement of the Comptroller of the

Treasury, furnishing the....
Balances of appropriations to the credit of the War Department on

July 1, 1859. Statement of the
Banks of the United States Letter from the Secretary of the Treas-

ury, in rerard to the condition of the.....
Barbary States during the year ending September 30, 1859. State-

ments of the commercial relations with the..
Bolivia during they ear ending September 30, 1859. Statements

of the commercial relations with..
Bonestcel, A. D., agent for the Menomonee Indians. Relative to

charges preferred against...
Books ordered to be published by either or both houses of the 33d

Congress. Statement of the amount paid out of the treasury

for ...
Brazil du ing the year ending September 30, 1859. Statements of

the commercial relations with.

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California Private land claims in the State of.....

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China during the year ending September 30, 1859. Statements of

the commercial relations with....
Chili during the year ending September 30, 1859. Statements of
the commercial relations with...

2
Chickasaw trust fund during the year 1859. A statement of the 12
Choctaw Indians. A statement showing what amount is due the.. 12
Chinese coolie trade. Message of the President in regard to... 13
Civil list for the year ending June 30, 1861. Estimates for appro-
priations for the....

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Claims. Letter of the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a
statement of payments of miscellaneous ..

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Clerks and other persons employed in the Department of State

during the year 1859. Statement of the names and compen-
fation of the....

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Clerks and other persons employed in the Navy Department during

the year 1859. Statement of the number and compensation
of the

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Clerks and other persons employed in the War Department during

the year 1859. Statement of the number and compensation

of the
Clerks and others employed in the Treasury Department during the

year 1859. Statement of the number and compensation of

the
Clerks and others employed in the Post Office Department during

the year 1859. Statement of the number and compensation

of the...
Clerks and others employed in the Department of the Interior dur-

ing the year 1859. Statement of the number and compen-

sation of he....
Coast Survey of the United States during the year ending June 30,

1861. Estimates for appropriations for the continuation of

the....
Coast Survey, showing the number and names of persons employed

on the Coast Survey. Report of the disbursing agent of the.
Coast Survey, showing the progress of the survey during the year

1859. Report of the Superintendent of the..

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Papers accompanying the said report.

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No. 1. Distribution of the parties of the Coast Survey upon

the coasts of the United States during the survey.

ing season of 1858–59...
No. 2. List of army officers on Coast Survey duty March 1,

1859
No. 3. List of army officers on Coast Survey duty September

1, 1859.
No. 4. List of pavy officers on Coast Survey duty March 1,

1859..
No. 5. List of navy officers on Coast Survey duty September

1, 1859
No. 6. List of information furnished by the Coast Survey

during the year 1858-'59, under authority of the

Treasury Department.
No. 7. Statistics of field and office-work of the Cnited States

Coast Survey during the year..
No. 8. General list of Coast Survey discoveries and develop.

ments to 1858, inclusive
No. 9. Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, communi.

citing the position of a sunken rock off Seguin
island, coast of Maine, determined by Leut
Comd'g J. Wilkinson, U. S. N., assistant Coast

Survey
No. 10. Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, commuui

catiug bearings and ranges from the true position
of the Hussy rock, in Casco bay, as determined
by Lieut. Comdg John Wilkinson, U. 8. N, as-

sistant Coast Survey..
No. 11. Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, reporting

the development of a rock off Oğunquit, coast of
Maine, by Lieut. Comd'; Alexander Murray, U.

S. N., assistant Coast Survey
No. 12. Report of Lieut. Comd'g John Wilkinson, U. S. N.,

assistant Coast Survey, on determining the posi-
tion of a small rock at the entrance of Hyannis

harbor, Massachusetts
No. 13. Letter of the Superintendent, addressed to the Pres-

ident of the New York Chamber of Commerce,
with the report of Lieut Comd'g T. A. Craven,
U. S. N., stating the result of an examination
of the Battery shoal

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Coast Survey of the United States, papers accompanying-Cont'd.
No. 14. Tide tables for the use of navigators, prepared from

the Coast Survey observations by A. D. Bache,
Superintendent. (Furnished by authority of the
Treasury Department to E. & G. W Blunt, New

York, and revised October, 1859)
No. 15. Table showing the least water in the channels of

certain harbors, rivers, and anchorages on the
coasts of the United States ; reprinted from the
list of 1857, and revised, with additions and

tidal data...
No. 16. Table for navigators, showing the variation of the

compass for the year 1858, compiled from the
general chart of F. J. Evans, R. N.-(Sce sketch

No. 38).
No. 17. Report of Capt. W. R. Palmer, United States topo-

graphical engineers, assistant Coast Survey in
charge of the office, and sub-reports of the chiefs

of office divisions....
No. 18. List of registered topographical sheets received sub.

sequent to No. 680..
No. 19. List of registered hydrographic sheets received sub-

sequent to No. 632..
No. 20. List of geographical positions determined by the

United States Coast Survey, and continued from

reports of 1851, 1853, 1855, and 1857.....
No. 21. Report of Prof. O M. Mitchel, director, on the

moon culminations observed for the United States

Coast Survey at Cincinnati Observatory
No. 22. Discussion of the magnetic and meteorological obser-

vations made at the Girard College Observatory,
Philadelphia, in 1840, 1841, 1842, 1843, 1844,
and 1845. Part 1. Investigation of the eleven-
year period in the amplitude of the solar diurnal
variation, and of the disturbances of the mag-

netic declination, by A. D. Bache, LL.D.
No. 23. Results reported from the observations made by

Assistant Charles A. Schott, for magnetic decli-
nation, dip, and horizontal intensity, in sections

I and II, and Canada, 1859....
No. 24. Report of Assistant Charlos A. Schott on the latest

results of the discussion of the secular change of
the magnetic declination, accompanied ly tables
showing the declination (variation of the needle)
for every tenth year from the date of the earliest
reliable observation, for twenty-six stations on
the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United

State's ...
No. 25. Gulf Stream explorations – Third memoir : Distri

bution of temperature in the water of the Florida
channel and straits, by A. D. Bache, Superin-
tendent United States Coast Survey. (Communi-
cated, by authority of the Treasury Department,
to the American Association for the Advance-

ment of Science).....
No 26. Report of Assistant Henry Mitchell on the physical

surveys of New York harbor and the coast of
Long Island, with descriptions of apparatus for

observing currents, &c
No. 27. Report to the Superintendent hy Assistant L. F.

Pourtales, in charge of the field and ottice-work
relating to tidal observations

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Coast Survey of the United States, papers accompanying-Cont'd.
No. 28. Circulars found in current bottles thrown from the

surveying steamer Corwin, in 1857 and 1859, in

the vicinity of the Florida reef....
No. 29. Extracts from a report by Lieut. Comd'g C. M. Faun-

tleroy, U. 8. N., assistant in the Coast Survey,
relative to commercial advantages afforded by

the upper waters of Port Royal sound, s. C......
No. 30. Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, reporting

the completion of the survey of Sapelo sound,
Ga., and communicating extracts from a report
by Lieut. Comd'g C. M. Fauntleroy, U. S. N.,
assistant Coast Survey, relative to its commer-

cial facilities as a harbor
No. 31. Extracts from reports made by Sub-Assistants F. W.

Dorr and Charles Ferguson, describing the topo-
graphical and other features of Charlotte harbor,

Florida
No. 32. Extracts from the report of Assistant 8. A. Gilbert,

descriptive of the coast of Texas, intervening

between Matagorda bay and Corpus Christi.
No. 33. Tables for projecting maps of large extent, arranged

by J. E. Hilgard, assistant U. S. Coast Survey ..
No. 34. Description of an apparatus devised by Assistant

W. P. Trowbridge, and of the method of applying
it in determining ocean depths and obtaining

specimens of bottom.-(Sketch No. 40)
No. 35. Extracts from letters of J. M. Batchelder, esq ,

stating the results of trials made with Hunt's

tide-metre at Charlestown navy yard, Mass ..
No. 36. Letter of the Secretary of the Treasury, relative to

placing the Coast Survey steamer Active under

the authority of Brevet Lieut. General Scott....
No. 37. Letter of Captain John Pope, U. S. N., commandant

at Portsmouth navy yard, addressed to Lieutenant
Commanding Alexander Murray, U. S. N., as.
sistant Coast Survey, on the occasion of service

rendered by the Coast Survey steamer Bibb
No. 38. Letter addressed to the Superintendeut by Captain

D. G. Farragut, U. S. N., on visiting Beaufort
river, South Carolina, with the United States

steamship Brooklyn
No. 39. Letters addressed to Lieutenants T. A. Craren and

J. N. Maffitt, U. S. N., on their detachment from

the Coast Survey.
No. 40. Aids to navigation recommended in reports made

to the Superintendent by assistants of the Coast

Survey ..
No. 41. Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, communi.

cating recommendations from Lieutenant Com-
manding Alexander Murray, U. S. N., assistant
Coast Survey, for buoys in the vicinity of Fletch-

er's Neck, coast of Maine
No. 42. Letter of the Secretary of the Treasury, communi.

cating a recommendation from Lieutenant Com-
manding J. N. Maffitt, U.S. N., assistant in the
Coast Survey, for placing buoys in St. Helena

sound, South Carolina...
No. 43. Letter to the Secretary of the Treusury, communi.

cating the recommendation of Lieutenant Com-
manding C. M. Fauntleroy, U. S. N., assistant
Coast Survey, for buoys to mark the east channel
into Port Royal sound, South Carolina..

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