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Arms obtained from private manufactures and from foreign coun-
tries for the use of the army. Report by the Secretary of War
of the purchase of.....
Army to supply vacancies by desertions, &c. Statement by the
Secretary of War of the necessity of an increase of the regular..
Army of northeastern Virginia, under command of Brigadier Gen.
eral McDowell, for the month of June, 1861. Return of the
department of the..

Army of southeastern Virginia, under command of Major General
Butler. Returns from the department of the...
Army of Utah, commanded by Colonel Cooke, of the second dra-
goons. Return of the department of the...
Army of the Pacific, commanded by Brigadier General Sumner, of
the United States army. Return of the department of the....
Army of New Mexico, commanded by Colonel Loring, of the
mounted rifles. Return of department of the....

Army of the west. Return of the department of the
Army of Florida, commanded by Colonel Brown, of the second
artillery. Return of the department of the............

Army of the east, commanded by Brevet Major General Wool. Re-
turn of the department of the...

Army of Pennsylvania, commanded by Major General Patterson.
Return of the department of the...

Army of the city of Washington and its vicinity, commanded by
Brigadier General Mansfield, of the United States army, June
27, 1861. Return or consolidated morning report of troops
serving in the department of the....
Arsenals at Baton Rouge, Little Rock, Mount Vernon, Apalachicola,

Augusta, Charleston, and Fayetteville, the ordnance depot at
San Antonio, and all the other government works in Texas.
Information from the Secretary of War of the surrender by
commanders, or the seizure by disloyal persons, of the.......
Assistant Secretary of War. (See War.)

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Barks Cora and Mary Kimball, as slavers. Report of the capture of
the

Beer and ale. A tax recommended by the Secretary of the Trea-
sury upon.........

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Blockade of the ports in the rebel States.

Measures adopted by

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the Navy Department to enforce a
Board of visitors of the Military Academy at West Point. Report
of the....

Bonita and other vessels engaged in the slave trade. Report of
the capture of the brig..

Bridge across the Potomac, as a military necessity. Recommenda-

tion by the Secretary of War for the reconstruction of the Long.
Brigs Bonita and Tuccoa, as slavers. Report of the capture of the..
British minister relative to the appointment of a joint commission

to inquire concerning practices destructive of the fisheries adja-
cent to the northeastern coast and islands of North America.
Correspondence with the......

Bureau of Yards and Docks, with estimates. Report of the..
Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, with estimates. Report of
the......

Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repairs, with estimates.
Report of the...

Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, with estimates. Report of the-
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, with estimates. Report of the...

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Cadets who have been reinstated or reappointed within the last year,
with the date of his discharge or resignation, his academic
record, and the effect of such reinstatement upon the discipline
of the academy. Resolution communicated by the secretary
of the board of visitors to the Superintendent of the Military
Academy at West Point, requesting him to communicate to
said board the names of the
Cadets at the Military Academy at West Point who have been re-
instated or reappointed within the last year, with the time such
cadet was discharged or resigned, and the causes therefor,
together with his full academic record, and the effect of such
reinstatement upon the discipline of the academy.

Report of

Colonel Bowman, Superintendent of the Military Academy,
with a statement of the names of all the.
Cadets of the United States Military Academy who, at the examina-
tion in June, 1860, were pronounced "not proficient." Pro-
ceedings of the Secretary of War on the report of the..
Cadets of the United States Military Academy who, at the examina-
tion in January, 1861, were pronounced not proficient. Pro-
ceedings of the Secretary of War on the report of the......
Cadet Blocker, found deficient in mathematics and French at the
June examination, be turned back one year. Order of the
Secretary of War that...

Cadets found deficient and reinstated.

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Letter from the professor of

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mathematics at the United States Military Academy to the
president of the board of visitors in reference to-
Charlotte, Dahlonega, and New Orleans. Information by the Sec-
retary of War of the unlawful seizure, by State authorities, of
the United States mints at......
Circulars to collectors, surveyors of ports, and other officers of the
customs, directing them to intercept the transit of arms, mu-
nitions of war, provisions, &c., to persons in States in open
rebellion against the government. Copy of.....

Clerical force in the Navy Department, &c.

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Recommendation of

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(See Fisheries.)

Recommendation of the Secretary

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Coast of Newfoundland, Labrador, and Nova Scotia.

Coffee, tea, sugar, and molasses.

of the Treasury to impose additional duties on..

Collections of Customs. (See Circular.)

Commissariat to enable it to furnish a greater variety of food to the

army. Recommendation by the Secretary of War of the expe-
diency of enlarging the powers of the...
Commodores McCauley and Paulding, in relation to the navy yard
and government property at Norfolk, Virginia. Instructions
of the Secretary of the Navy to.....
"Confederate States." Information by the President of an alliance
formed by certain States, in opposition to the general govern-
ment, under the name of the...

Congress to place at the control of the government four hundred
thousand men and four hundred millions of dollars for the sup-
pression of the rebellion in certain States against the general
government. Recommendation by the President of the United
States for..

Construction, Equipment, and Repairs, with estimates.

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Report of

the Bureau of...

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Cora and Mary Kimball, and other vessels engaged in the slave

trade. Report of the capture of the barks.....

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Subject.

Courts of the United States in the various States of the Union, and
of the districts in which there are vacancies. List of the names
of the judges of the.....
Creditors to whom treasury notes were issued, and the amounts
thereof, under act of June 22, 1860, during the fiscal year end-
ing June 30, 1861. List of public..
Customs, directing them to intercept the transportation of arms,
munitions of war, provisions, &c., to persons in those States
now in open rebellion against the constitutional authorities of
the Union. Circulars issued by the Secretary of the Treasury
to collectors, surveyors, and other officers of the......

D.

Dahlonega. Information from the Secretary of War of the unlawful
seizure, by State authorities of the United States, mints at New
Orleans, Charlotte, and......

Debt of the United States on the 1st January, 7th March, and 1st
July, 1861. Statement showing the amount of the public....
"Director of Ordnance," to have the immediate supervision of the
manufacture, description, and supply of ordnance for the navy,
&c. Recommendation by the Secretary of the Navy for the
appointment of an officer to be known as the.....

District courts of the United States, and of the districts where
vacancies exist. Report of the names of the judges of the....
Duties on imports and for other purposes. Form of a bill recom-

mended by the Secretary of the Treasury further to provide for
the collection of....

Duty of 2 cents per pound on brown sugar; 3 cents on clayed

sugar; 4 cents on loaf and other refined sugars; 2 cents on
sirup of sugar; 6 cents on candy; 6 cents per gallon on molasses;
and 4 cents on sour molasses; 5 cents on coffee; 15 cents on
black tea; and 20 cents on green tea. Recommendation of
the Secretary of the Treasury to impose a...........

Duty on stills and distilled liquors, ale, beer, tobacco, bank notes,
spring carriages, silverware and jewelry, and on legacies.
Recommendation of the Secretary of the Treasury to impose a..

E.

East. (See Army of the Department of the Eas'.)

Estimates of total appropriations for the Quartermaster's, Subsist-
ence, Ordnance, Pay, Adjutant General's, Engineer, Topo-
graphical Engineer, and Surgeon General's departments, and also
of amounts due States which have made advances for troops....
Estimates for the Bureau of Yards and Docks, accompanying the
report of the Secretary of the Navy...

Estimates for the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, accompany-
ing the report of the Secretary of the Navy.
Estimates for the Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repairs,
accompanying the report of the Secretary of the Navy....
Estimates for the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, accompanying

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the report of the Secretary of the Navy...

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Estimates for the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, accompanying
the report of the Secretary of the Navy...

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Estimates for the marine corps, accompanying the report of the
Secretary of the Navy...

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Estimates for the naval service, to meet deficiencies in the navy
appropriations for the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1862.
Summary statement of supplemental...

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Subject.

Expenditures of public moneys for the civil list, foreign intercourse,
miscellaneous objects, Interior, War, and Navy Departments,
Texas creditors, redemption of Treasury notes, and interest on
the public debt for the year ending 30th of June, 1861. State-
ment of...

F.

Federal government in, and seizure of forts, arsenals, dock-yards,
custom-houses, &c., by the several States of South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida Infor-
mation by the President of the suspension of the functions of
the.
Fisheries adjacent to the northeastern coast and islands of North
America. Correspondence with the British minister relative to
the appointment of a joint commission to inquire concerning
practices destructive of the..

Floating batteries. (See Steamers.)
Florida. (See Army of Florida.)
Forts, arsenals, dock-yards, custom-houses, &c., by the States of
South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and
Florida. Information by the President of the seizure of United
States

Forts Macon, Caswell, Johnson, Clinch, Pulaski, Jackson, Marion,
Barrancas, McKee, Morgan, Gaines, Pike, Macomb, St. Phillip,
Livingston, Smith, and three at Charleston, Oglethorpe, Bar-
rancas, and New Orleans barracks, Fort Jackson, on the Mis-
sissippi, the battery at Bienvenue, Dupre, and the works at Ship
Island. Information by the Secretary of War of the unlawful
seizure, by the authorities of certain States, of

Fort Sumter, near Charleston, S C. Information by the President
in relation to the attack by the troops of the rebel States, and
surrender of.....

Franking privilege, and of the reduction of postal expenses. Recom-
mendation by the Secretary of the Treasury in favor of abolish-
ing the

G.

Government arsenals. (See Arsenals.)

Government of the United States, under the name of the "Con-
federate States." Information by the President of the United
States of an alliance formed by certain States against the......
Government of the United States. Recommendation by the Presi-
dent of the United States to Congress to authorize the raising
of four hundred thousand men and four hundred millions of
dollars, to be used in the suppression of the insurrection of
certain States against the........

H.

Habeas corpus in certain cases, with his reasons therefor. Informa-
tion by the President of the United States of the suspension
authorized by him of the privilege of the writ of....

I.

Imports, and for other purposes." Form of "a bill," recommended
by the Secretary of the Treasury, "further to provide for the
collection of duties on...

Imports, and for other purposes." Form of "a bill," recommended
by the Secretary of the Treasury, "to provide revenue from....

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Insurrection of certain States against the general government. Re-
commendation by the President of the United States to Con-
gress to authorize the raising of four hundred thousand men
and four hundred millions of dollars, to be used in the suppres
sion of the......

Iron-clad steamers. (See Steamers.)

J.

Judges of the district courts of the United States, and of the dis-
tricts in which there are vacancies. List of the names of the..

L.

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Labrador. (See Fisheries.)
Lane as a brigadier general in the army of the United States. Cor-
respondence relating to the appointment of the Hon. James H.
Levant sloop-of-war, supposed to be lost. Recommendation by
the Secretary of the Navy that legislative provision be made
for the benefit of the families of the officers and crew of the..
Liquors. (See Tax.)
Loans. Recommendation of the Secretary of the Treasury to raise
eighty millions of dollars by taxation, and two hundred and
forty millions by

Loans actually made, showing what resources therefrom are availa-
ble under existing laws. A comparison of the acts by which
loans have been already authorized, and of the....

Loan of not less than one hundred millions of dollars, to be issued
in the form of treasury notes or exchequer bills, bearing a yearly
interest of seven and three-tenths per centum, to be paid half-
yearly, and redeemable at the pleasure of the United States,
after three years from date. Recommendation of the Secretary
of the Treasury in favor of opening subscriptions to a national..
Loan of $8,000,000, under act of February 8, 1861, and notice of
February 13, 1861, with the name of the bidder, amount bid,
rate and amount accepted, and amount declined. Schedule
of bids for the

Loan of $8,000,000, under act of February 8, 1861, and notice of
March 22, 1861, with the names and residence of bidders, rate
per centum, amount accepted, and amount declined. Schedule
of bids for the

Loan of $8,994,000, under act of February 8, 1861, and notice of
May 11, 1861, with the rate per centum, amount accepted, and
amount rejected. Schedule of bids for...

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Loan, and for other purposes. Form of a bill recommended by the
Secretary of the Treasury to authorize a national..

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Long Bridge. (See Bridge)

Lyons, the British minister, to Mr. Seward, Secretary of State, in
relation to the appointment of a joint commission by Great
Britain, the United States, and France, to inquire concerning
practices destructive of the fisheries of North America, off the
coasts of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Labrador, and other ter-
ritories. Letter of Lord

M.

Marine Hospital at New Orleans, by State authorities. Information
by the Secretary of War of the illegal seizure of the United
States

Marine corps of the navy. Recommendation by the Secretary of
the Navy of an increase of the....

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