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Norlok Dry Dock...... 202
Carpenters......

.416 North Carolina-
Sailmakers...........

.416

Senators, 24ur Congress....., 44
Navy Agents.......

.418

Representatives 24th Congress 50
Naval Storekeepers..

Mail Contractors in..........237
Naval Constructors. em.

..418 Custom lionse Officers in...,337
Vessels of War...........
..420 Norway.

.132, 137
Pay and subsistence ..........417

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Deaths of Officers of ..... ....424 Oak Bark exporter, 1834.......365
Resignations of Officers nf....424 Observatory .......

...196
Dismissions of Oficers of......424 Officers of the Customs.....311.947
Navy-

Fees of........

.343.-345
Report of Secretary....133--201 Onio-
Condition of

133 Senators, 24th Congress...... 4.1
Increase of.......,

194 Representatives 24th Congress 59
Improvement of Yards. 195 Mail Couteactors in..........2.12
canuon Foundry....

Custom House Officers in.....340
Apprentices.....

195 Oil esportes, 1834....... .364
Schools.....
....196 Oldenburg.......

139,
Observatory.

196 Ordnance Department........... 95:
Hospitals.....
197 Ordnance Storekeepers.......

95
Pensions......................197 Ordnance and stores fabricated
Dry Docks........, ..... 199

in 1835.................

..166
Vessels on the stocks.........,202 Ordnance and stores distributed

Vessels in ordinary ............203 to Militia in 1835.......... 167
Navy Pension Funid..... .204 Orgavization of the Army......151
Navy Schools....................196 Oryanization of the Milicia .....144
Navy Yaris....................422 Organization of Post Office De-
Improvement of....... .,195

partment.........

...... 109
Officers of................422, 423

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Negotiation with Indians........174 Pacific Islands....
Netherlands.................132, 137 Pamphlet Postage..............117
Nett Revenue, 1831........378, 379 Paper imported, 1834...........361
New Granada .........18, 133, 138 Passed Midshipmen........412--414
New Hampshire--.

Parent Difice..... ............ 7
Sevators, 24in Congress.. 44 Parents, acts relating 10......... 73
Representatives 241h Congress 451 Pay Deparıment................104
Mail Contractors in.......... 228 Pay of Members of Congress 64. 70

Custom House Officers ill...,..316 Pay of the Army.
New Jers”y-

Pay of the Navy...... 197, 204, 417
Senators, 24th Congress...... 44 Paymasters...

393
Representatives 24th Congress 47 Pennsylvania-
· Mail Contractors in..........233 Senators, 24th Congress

Custom House Officers in....332 Representatives, 24ih Congress 17
Newspaper Postage....

Mail Contractors in ..........231
New York

Custom House Officers in....333
Senators, 24th Congress...... 44 Peru....... .........18, 13:3
Representatives 24th Congress 46 Pension Agents...

.180
Mail Contractors in ............ 230 Pension Fund-
Custom House Officers in .....324 Navy.... ......

......197, 204
New York Dry Dock.. ...,199, 206 Privateer......

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.......295

....393

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..285

Pension Office ..........

....... 92 Public Lands-
Pensioners, Navy......

197 Purchase of..................293
Privateer............

197 Whole quantity surveyed....295
R:volutionary

.181 Quantity sold.......
Invalid......

.181 Public Ministers of U. States... 130
Piers.......

158 Purchasing Depariment.........103
Police of the Capitol............ 55 Pursers......

.......412
Pork, &c, exported, 1834......367
Portugal...............16, 132, 137 Quartermaster General.........393
Position of Troops.....

.. 150

Department of............96-102
Postmasters, Compensation of..207 Operations of, 1835........ . 152
Postage, Rates of ...............117 Officers, &c., employed in....1.54
Postage....

........................ 207 Quartermasters...
Posis and Arsenals.............150

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Postmaster General............. 109 Raft of Red river..........149, 161

Report of................ 207--227 Rage imported in 1834..........362
Post Office Department......... 38 Raw hides imported in 1834....362

Post Routes...................207 Receipts from Customs.....
Post Offices...... ........ 207 Receipts from Lands....... 251
Revenue and Expenditure..., 207 Receipts, Miscellaneous........258
Compensation to Postmasters 207 Receivers of Public Moneys...., 286
Transportation of Mails....,207 Recruiting, 1835...

.151
additional Allowances........207 Registers of Land Offices........
Finances..............

.208.-213 Register's Office..... .86--89
- Conţracts......
.213 Renoval of Indians.

...147
Steamboat Routes..... ...214 Relative Rank...

.401, 403
Railroad Routes.... .214--217 Reports from
Re-organization..... ..219--222 War Department..io. 139--149
Lelter Postage:......

222 Navy Department......193--201
Mail Contractors........ 228-- 244 Postmaster General...... 207--227
Post Office regulations....113, 122 Treasury Department..245--27 1
Post Offices...

...207 Visiters, Military Academy ...182
Post Offices, Clerks int......119-122 Representatives......45--54, 61--63
Post Routes......

....207
Pay of............

com......65--701
Pot Ashes exported, 1834. .....365 Requisition Bureau............ 91
President of U.S., Duties of, &c. 13 Resignations-Army, 1835......40%
Election of...........
40 Navy, 1835....

.....424
Message to Cougress......15-41 Revenue Cutters.cosi..... 303.-306
Privateer Pension Fund........197 Officers of........

..305
Prussia ................16, 132, 137 Revenue, 1834............378, 379
Public Buildings, Commi'r of.... 55 Revenue and expenditures......245

Public Debt................26, 247 Revenue from customs..... 249.-254
Public Debt, January 1, 1836..248 Froin sales of lauds......254, 258
Public Lands...
28 From all other sources.....

..258
Sales of, iu 1834......... .....288 Revenue, Post Office....... ..207
Sales of, in 1834 and 1835.,290 Revolutionary Pensioners ..
Sales of, 1787--1835.........291 Rhode Island
Donatious of........

293 Sevators, 24th Congress...... 44
Cost of......................

293 Representatives, 2411 Congress 46
Subject to private entry

Mail Contractors in ..........236
Sales and neit proceeds of....295) Custom House Oificers in.... 321

......181

......295

.........380

....

..........57..59

Rice exported, 1834............367 Spain........................ 131, 136

To France, 1821-1834....384 Relations with ................ 16

To England, 1821--1834 ... 381 Speakers of House of Reps..... 71
Rivers.......

.153, 157 Specific duties.............240--244
Roads......

152, 162 Sperm Candles esporterl, 1834, 364
Rome.••••

.132, 138 Spices imported, 1834..........363
Russia

131, 136] Spirits imported, 1834..........363
Relations with.....

17 From France, 1821--1834.....384
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Springfield Armory.

95
Sai!makers........... .6.416 Staff, General, of the Army-
Sailingmasters........ ...416 Head Quarters.......

93
Sales, &c. of Public Lands 288--295 Adjutant General's Office..... 93
Salt imported, 1834..... .363 Engineer Department......... 94
British, 1821--1834..

Topographical Bureau ........ 95
Sandwich Islands...... ..133] Ordnance Office ....

95
Sardinia.......

132, 138

Quartermaster's Department 96
Saxe Weimar...!
..................138

Subsistence Deparımentoi... 102
Saxony..

......132, 137 Purchasing Department...... 103
Schools, Lands granted for....293 Clothing Bureal.... ...104
Schools, Navy......
....196, 416 Pay Department..

104
Schools, Indian.....

..172 Medical Department..........105
Scotland.....

131 Staff, Military Academy........405
Secretary of State.

72 Standing Committees, Senate.. 56
Of the Treasury

.. 75

Tlouse of Representatives.... 57
Report of......... 245.-271 Duties of......
Of War....doc

90 State Bauks.................31- 33
Report of............... 139.-149 State, Department of ............ 72
of the Navý

.106 Secretary and Clerks......... 72
Report of....... ,245--271 Stales, Coinmarce of, 1834......368
Select Committees...

60 Navigation of each, 1834.....369
Seminoles....

..174 Staves exported, 1834...........365
senato. S........

.......44, 61 Steam Batteries recommended.. 141
Pay of................ ... 64 Steamboat Post Routes.........214
Senate:-See Congress.

Steam Engines.......

.199
Sessions of Congress........... 71 Steel imported, 1834..

.361
Ship Letters.....
...117 Storekeepers, Military

95
Sicily
132, 138 Naval.........

.418
Silk ina n'ufactures imported '34,360 Ordoance..

95
Froin France, 1821--1834....384 Sub Agents, Indian).

..177
Silver, coined, 1835....... .275 Subsistence Department........102
Sinking Fund........... 74 Sugar importeri, 1834...........363
Skins and Furs exported, 1834..365 Superintendente
Slave Traile. ...in

200 Or Patent Office.............. 72
Souff

, &c. cxported, 1834......366 of Indian Affairs..............177
Solicitor's Oifice :..i.

of Light Houses.........307.-312
South American States......... 18 Supreme Court...............,

123
South Carolina-

Surgeon General's Office .... 105
Senators, 24th Congress...... 44 Surgeons, Army ............ .347
Representatives, 24th Congress 50

Navy................411
Mail Contractors, in ..........238 Surplus in the Treasury.

.260
Custom House Officers in.....338 Survey of the Coast............. 200

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Surveyors of Public Lands...... 284

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Surveyors of the Customs... .300 United States Bank..., 29--31, 278
Fees of......
....................343 Uruguay......

........133
Surveys, 1834............. 164

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Suedell...... ..17, 132, 137 Value of Domestic Exports,
Switzerlapil.................

132, 138

1790.-1835...... .......274
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Value of Foreign Exports, 1790,
Tangiers......

.133
1835........

..273
Tennessee

Value of Imports, 1833--1835...271
Senators, 24ih Congress...... 44 Value of Imports, 1790--1835...273
Representatives 24th Congress 52 Venezuela.............13, 133, 138

Mail Contractors in ..........240 Vermont-
Territorial Courts.........

129 Senators, 241h Congress....., 44
Territories, Delegates from..... 54 Representatives, 24th Congress 46
* Expenditures 011...

388 Mail Contractors in..........229
Tin importedt, 1834..

.36? Custom House Officers in... 317
Tobacco exported, 1834........367 Vessels, Entéreil; 1331....369--374
To England, 1821--1834.....381

Cleard, 1834....369--374
To France, 1821--1834.... ..384

Built, 1833...

....374
Tonnage-

Vessels of War of the U. S.....420-
Enrolled, &c. 1815--1833.....359 Vessels in ordinary...... 203
Of the United States, 1833...375 Vessels on the stocks..... 202
Orihe United States, 1834....346 Vice President, Dulies, &c. of.. 14
Of each District, 1833........3761 Election of..

40
of each State, 1831...........369 Virginia-
of each Foreign Country, 1834,374 Senators, 24th Congress....., 441
Entered each District........370 Representatives 24th Congress 49
Clearen each District.........371 Mail Contractors in..........236
Eutered from each Foreign Custom House Officers.in....3361

Country.... .......372 Visiters, Military Academy....187
Cleared to each Foreign

Report of.....

182
Country........

.373

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Entered and Departed, 1834, 376 War Departinent....... 911
Tonnage, British, 1821 -- 1834..393 Secr-tary, and Clerks.... 911
French, 1821. 1834.383 Requisition Bureau..

91
Topographiesa í Bureau.......... -95 Pension Office......

92
Topographiial Engineers.. 140, 164 Bounty Land Burea(... 91:
Operations of, in 1835,........164 Indian Oce...

92
Tranportation of the Mail...

.207 Bure: us of General Staff..... 93
Treasurer of the Miut...........275 Watchmen......

.77, 108
Treasurer's Offre ............. 86, Weighers, Fees of....

.345
Treasury, Condition of...... .246 "Vesieri Deportin't of the arms 150
Treasury Department.......... 75 West Indies.......

136
Secretary and Clerks......75.-77 Wholenone exposiedl, 1834 .....364
Treasury Report....., 245--271 W1!rnt Flour exporled, 1834....367
Treasury, surplus in............ 260 Wines in porteit, 1834...... ..303
Tripoli.......

..133 From France, 1821--1834....384!
Troops, Distribution of........150 Woodl, Dye, iinpoileri, 1834....362
Tunis..........
.133 Wool, importeil, 1834......

.361
Turkey. .....................18, 132 Wool, manufactures of, iinport.
Tuscany
132, 1381 ed, 1834..

.361, 380

1836.

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. ANDREW JACKSON, of Tennessee, $25,000 per annum.

Tue President must be thirty-five years of age, fourteen years a resident 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 Senate 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 Uniled States; and he is, by the Constitution, Commander-in-chief of the Ariny 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 em. powered, with the advice and consent of two-thirds of ihe Senators present, to make treaties; and, by and with the advice of a majority of the Senate, he appoints a inhassadors, other public ministers, and counsuls, 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 vot 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 compensation of the President is 25,000 dollars per annum, 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 must be made within thirty-four days preceding the first Wednesday of December, of the year in which an election of

President 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 Presi. dent thus to be chosen shall come into office. Prorided always, That were no apportionment of Representatives shall have been made after any enumeration, at the time of choosing Electors, then the number of Electors shall be according to the existing apportionment of Senators and Representatives." No Setrator or Representative, or person holding an office of trust or profit under the United States, cau 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 the l’resident and Vice President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an

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