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Exports of coin from 1821 to 1854, statement of the.....

from 1821 to 1854, exclusive of specie, a statement of the

value of the foreign and domestic. .......
of tobacco and rice from 1821 to 1854, statement of the

amount of the......
of breadstuffs and provisions from 1821 to 1854, a state-

ment of the.........
of cotton from 1821 to 1854, and the price per pound, state-

ment of the amount of....
of domestic produce, including specie, from 1847 to 1854,

statement of the amount of.........
of foreign merchandise and domestic produce from 1821 to

1854, a statement of the amount of.
of domestic produce and manufactures during the year end-

ing June 30, 1854, a statement of the........
of foreign produce and manufacture during the year end-

ing June 30, 1854, a statement of the.....

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Fees of the United States courts, report of the First Comptroller of

the treasury relative to the modification of the..................
Finances of the country for the year ending June 30, 1854, repori of

the Secretary of the Treasury on the state of the................
Fines and deductions from the pay of contractors for carrying the

mail during the year 1851, report of the Postmaster General of the.
Florida for the year 1854, a report of the surveyor general of public
lands in the State of...............

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Foreign intercourse for the year ending June 30, 1856, estimates for

appropriation for the expenses of...............................
Foreign intercourse for the year ending June 30, 1854, report of the

Secretary of State of the contingent expenses of.................
Fortifications and defences of the country, report of the Engineer-

in-Chief of the United States army upon the condition of the......
Fortifications and defences of the country during the year ending

June 30, 1856, estimates for appropriation for the repairs and

completion of the...........................................
France to permit Mr. Soulé, United States minister to Spain, to

pass through the territory of France, correspondence in relation

to the refusal of the authorities of.........
Frémont in California in 1846 and 1847, report of the board of offi-

cers to examine the claims contracted by Lieut. Col. John C.....

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Gibson, correspondence with the government of the Netherlands re- ;

specting the claim for damages for the imprisonment of Captain

Walter M.................
Gibson, report of the Secretary of State upon the subject of the
clairn of Captain Walter M........

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Gold and silver coin and bullion deposited at the mint of the United

States and its brauches during the year 1854, a statement of the

amount of......
Grattan, of the United States army, by the Sioux Indians, corres-

pondence in relation to the massacre of Lieut. J. L....
Grattan, of the United States army, by the Sioux Indians, corres-

pondence relative to the massacre of the United States troops

under the command of Lieut. J. L.........
Great Britain and the United States, supplemental postal treaty be-

tween the government of..
Greeks from Egypt, correspondence with the Turkish government

in Egypt relative to the expulsion of the.........

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Harbors and rivers, report of the Chief Engineer of the United States

army in relation to the improvement of....... 11 2

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Harbors and rivers, report of the colonel of the Bureau of Topo-

graphical Engineers in relation to the improve-

ment of the northern and western ........... 11 2
during the year ending June 30, 1855, message

from the President of the United States veto-
ing the bill making appropriations for the im-

provement of..............................
message from the President of the United States,

communicating at length his reasons for re-
turning the bill making appropriations for the

improvement of...........................
Hospital for the insane of the army and navy and the District of

Columbia, report of the Secretary of the Interior relative to the

organization of the.....................
Hospital fund for the year ending June 30, 1854, statement of the

receipts and expenditures of the marine.................

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Mlinois, for the year 1854, report of the surveyor general of public

lands in the State of ..........
Imports from 1789 to June 30, 1854, statement of the gross value of.

now made free by the reciprucity treaty with Great Britain,

statement of the amount of duties on..................
of coin and bullion from 1821 to 1854, inclusive, state-

ment of the amount of.......
exclusive of specie, from 1821 to 1854, amount consumed

in the United States, value of foreign and domestic ex-
ports, and the tonnage employed during the same pe-

riod, a statement of the amount of........
re-exported and consumed annually from 1821 to 1854,

also estimated population and rate of consumption per

capita. statement of the amount of .....................
annually from 1821 to 1854, statement of the value of the..
re-exported annually from 1821 to 1854, statement of the

value of the........................................
remaining annually in the warehouses from 1847 to June

30, 1854, and the amount of duties payable thereon, a

statement of the amount of ......
of wine, spirits, &c., annually, from 1843 to June 30, 1854,

statement of the amount of...........................
of foreign produce and manufactures during the year end-

ing June 30, 1854, statement of the amount of.........
indian account, caused by the failure of Selden, Withers and Com-
pany, with whom it was deposited, estimate for an appropriation

to supply the deficiency in the amount held on ....
Indian Affairs of the operations of his office during the year 1854,

report of the Commissioner of..............

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List of papers accompanying the abore.
No. 2. Report of Marcus II. Johnson, sub-agent for the New York

Indians...........................................
No. 3. Report of Matthew Smith and Rebecca Turner, committee

of Indian affairs in New York .........
No. 4. Report of H. C. Gilbert, Indian agent in Michigan.
No. 5. Mission report of Rev. A. Bingham..............
No. 6. Mission report of Rev. Peter Dougherty........
No. 7. Mission report of Rev. james Shaw ...........
No. 8. Mission report of Rev. George N. Smith .....
No. 9. Mission report of Rev. George Smith. .......

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NORTHERN SUPERINTENDENCY

No. 10. Report of Francis fluebschman, superintendent...
No. 11. Report of John V. Suydam, sub-agent..........
No. 12. School report of Rosalie Dousman...........
No. 13. School report of John Wiley.........

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MINNESOTA SUPERINTENDENCY.

No. 14. Report of Gov. Willis A. Gorman, superintendent ex officio.
No. 15. Report of D. B. Herriman, agent...
No. 16. Mission report of Rev. J. P. Bardwell....
No. 17. Report of 'J. E. Fletcher, agent.......
No. 18. Report of F. Andrews, physician.....
No. 19. School report of Canon Francis di Vivaldi.
No. 20. Report of R. G. Murphy, agent.......
No. 21. Mission report of Rev. $. R. Riggs.....
No. 22. Mission report of Rev. Thomas J. Williamson ....
No. 23. School report of Thomas J. Williamson ..
No. 24. School report of G. A. Belcourt.
No. 25. Farm report of A. Robertson ...
No. 26. Farm report of P. Prescott...,

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No. 27. Report of A. Cumming, superintendent ......
No. 28. Report of Alfred J. Vaughan, agent........
No. 29. Report of John W. Whitfield, agent......
No. 30. Special report of John W. Whitfield, agent..
No. 31. Report of Daniel Vanderslice, agent............

. School report of S. M. Irwin.
No. 33. Farm report of Thomas J. Vanderslice...........
No. 34. Report of Burton A. James, agent.............
No. 35. Mission report of Rey. Jotham Meeker.........
Nor 36. Report of B. F. Robinson, agent..............
No. 37. School report of Davis W Thayer ...........
No. 38. School of Francis Barker......................
No. 39. School report of Thomas Johnson ..............
No. 40. School reports of J. B. Duerinck.....

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SOUTHERN (ARKANSAS) SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No. 41. Report of Thomas S. Drew, superintendent
No. 42. Report of George Drew, agent.......
No. 43. Mission report of Rev. D. B. Cuinmings.......

44. Mission report of Rev. E. J. Mack.
45. Mission report of Rev. S. A. Worcester.....
46. Mission report of Rev. Stephen Foreman....
47. Mission report of Rev. Evan Jones.........
48. School report of H. D. Reese........

49. School report of F. S. Lyon....
No. 50. School report of Pauline Avery and others...
No. 51. Temperance report of T. B. Wolfe ........
No. 52. Report of Andrew J. Dorn, agent......
No. 53. School report of John Schoenmaker...
No. 54. Report of James W. Washbourne, sub-agent......
No. 55. School report of John Silley........
No. 56. Report of Douglas H. Cooper, agent........

57. Mission report of Rev. Cyrus Byington .....
No. 58. Mission report of Rev. C. c. Copeland......
No. 59. Mission report of Rev. (). P. Stark.......
No. 60. School report of Jason D. Chamberlain....
No. 61. School report of E. Hotchkin...
No. 62. School report of A. Reed...........
No. 63. School report of A. G. Moffat.........
No. 64. School report of C. Kingsbury .......
No. 65. School report of John Edwards..
No. 66. School report of John Edwards......
No. 67 School report of Nathaniel M. Talbott
No. 68. School report of W. L. McAlister....
No. 69. Report of A J. Smith, agent.........
No. 70. School report of J. H, Carr.............
No. 71. School report of J. C. Robinson...
No. 72. School report of A. L. Hay...
No. 73. School report of Vary Brown...

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No. 74. School report of E. B. Duncan .............
No. 75. School report of Thomas B. Ruble .............
No. 76. School report of R. M. Loughridge.............
No. 77. School report of Morris R. Mitchell ............
No. 78. School report of Thomas C. Carr...................
No. 79. School report of M. J. Lewis.....

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No. 80. Report of R. S. Neighbors, principal special agent........
No. 81. Letter from R. S. Neighbors, with accompanying papers...
No. 82. Report of George T. Howard, special agent.
No. 83. Report of G. H. Hill, special agent............

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NEW MEXICO SUPERINTENDENCY.

No. 84. Report of Gov. D. Meriwether, superintendent ex officio...
No. 85. Report of D. A. Graves, agent.

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WASHINGTON SUPERINTENDENCY.

No. 86. Report of Gov. Isaac I. Stevens, superintendent ex officio-..

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OREGON SUPERINTENDENCY.

No. 87. Report of Joel Palmer, superintendent........
No. 88. Letter from Joel Palmer, superintendent.......
No. 89. Report of F. M. Smith, agent, with accompanying papers.
No. 90. Letter from Joel Palmer, superintendent. .......
No. 91. Letter from R. R. Thompson, agent......
No. 92. Letter from R. R. Thompson, agent.........
No. 93. Report of R. R. Thompson, agent...
No. 94. Mission report of Rev. C. Mesplie....
No. 95. Report of J. L. Parish, agent.......
No. 96. Report of Samuel D. Culver, agent........
No. 97. Report of W. W. Raymond, sub-agent.........

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CALIFORNIA SUPERINTENDENCY.

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No. 98. Report of E. F. Beale, superintendent...........
No. 99. Report of Thomas J. Henley, superintendent........... 1! 1
No. 100. Letter from Thomas J. Henley, superintendent, with ac-

companying papers..................................
No. 101. Circulars to agents and sub-agents ..................... 11 1

Appendix containing papers relating to the Menomonee

Indians. .........................................
Indian Affairs for the year ending June 30, 1856, estimates for

appropriations for the service of the department of./
letter of the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting
additional estimates for appropriations for the ser- |

vice of the department of.....
Indian agents, estimates for appropriations for the compensation of
. additional................................................... 10
Indian hostilities, message from the President of the United States, i

transmitting a letter from the Secretary of War, suggesting the
employment of volunteer troops for the suppression of........... 5
Indians, since their removal west of the Mississippi river, message

from the President of the United States relative to the i
causes of the difficulties between the Creek and Semi-

nole................................................
of the Mississippi river, estimate for an appropriation for

the expense of the transportation of annuity goods and

provisions for the Sioux ..............................
the interest money due them, estimate for an appropriation

to pay the Cherokee..................................
in the 'Territory of Kansas, estimates for an appropriation

to carry into effect the treaties with the several tribes of ..

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Indians, statements showing the amount credited and paid out of the

several trust funds held for the Chickasaw nation of ....
report of the Secretary of the Interior of the correspond-

ence relative to carrying out the stipulations of the treaty

with the Delaware ..................................
in Texas to their reservations, estimates for appropriations

for the expenses to be incurred in treating with and

removing the Camanche and Apache tribes of ..........
message from the President of the United States relative to

the colonization of the California......................
message from the President of the United States trans-

mitting papers relative to an appropriation for the ex-

penses of colonizing the California
of Lake Superior, estimates for an appropriation for the

expenses of carrying into effect the treaty with the

Chippewa.............
report of the Secretary of War, transmitting information

relating to an engagement between the United States

troops and the Sioux....
report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs upon the

claims preferred against the United States by the Broth-

erton tribe of.........
during the year ending June 30, 1854, report of the Second

Auditor, transmitting a statement of the accounts of the

disbursements made for tbe benefit of the ..............
estimate for an appropriation for fulfilling the third article

of the treaty of 1842 with the Wyandott...............10
Insane of the army and navy and the District of Columbia, report

of the superintendent of the hospital for the..............
of the army and navy and the District of Columbia, report

of the Secretary of the Interior in relation to the organiza-

tion of the hospital for the.........................
Interior Department, for the year ending June 30, 1856, estimates

for appropriations for the service of the......
Interior, exhibiting the operations of the Interior Department during

the year 1854, report of the Secretary of the .........

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Report of the California land commissioners..............

of the First Comptroller upon the fee bill for the

United States courts ........
of the Commissioner of the General Land Office.
of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs .......
of the Commissioner of Pensions.........
of the Commissioner of Public Buildings...
of the warden of the penitentiary for the District of

Columbia ........
of the superintendent of the national hospital for the

insane .........

of the Superintendent of the Seventh Census........
Interior, submitting additional estimates for appropriations for the

service of the Indian Department for the year ending

June 30, 1856, a letter of the Secretary of the.......
transmitting a report of the superintendent of the hos-

pital for the insane of the army and navy and of the
District of Columbia, relative to the organization thereof,

a letter of the Secretary of the........................
submitting a statement of the appropriations for the year

ending June 30, 1854, and balances on hand on June 30,

1854, report of the Secretary of the........
submitting an estimate for an appropriation for the trans-

portation of annuity goods and provisions for the Sioux
Indians of the Mississippi river for the year ending June

30, 1856, a letter of the Secretary of the ......
transmitting the correspondence in relation to carrying into

effect the treaty stipulations with the Delaware Indians,
report of the Secretary of the .

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