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Commissioner of the Revenue, -
Principal, and six other Clerks, on the business

of the revenue, light-houses, general returns,

and statements, &c.
Messenger and Office Keeper,
Register of the Treasury,
Three Clerks on the impost, tonnage, and ex-

cise accounts,
Two ditto on the books and records relative to

the receipts and expenditures of public mo

neys, Two ditto on the duties assigned to the Regis

ter, by the acts concerning the registering and recording, enrolling and licensing, ships

or vessels, Three ditto for drawing out, checking, and issu

ing, and taking receipts for certificates of

the domestic and assumed debts, Three ditto on the books of the general and par

ticular loan offices, comprehending the interest accounts, and unclaimed dividends,

at the several loan offices, • Six ditto on the books and records which relate

to the public creditors, on the several de

scriptions of stock and transfers, Two ditto on the books and records of regis

tered debt, including the payment of its in

terest, One ditto to complete the arrangement of the

public securities in books prepared for their

reception in numerical order, 'Two ditto on the books of the late Govern

ment, One Transcribing Clerk, Two Office Keepers, incident to the several of

fices of record, at 25) dollars per annum each,

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1,500 00

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500 00

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500 00

500 00

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DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
The Secretary of State,
Chief Clerk,
Four Clerks, at 500 dollars each,
Clerk for foreign languages,
Ofice Keeper and Messenger,

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800 00
2,000 00

250 00
250 00

6,800 00

MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. Director of the Mint,

2,000 00 Assayer,

1,500 00

1,500 00 Engraver,

1,200 00 Treasurer,

1,200 00 Three Clerks, at 500 dollars each,

1,500 00

8,900 00 For defraying the expense of workmen, 3,385 00

12,285 00

Chief Coiner,

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DEPARTMENT OF WAR.
The Secretary of the Department,
Principal clerk,
Six clerks, at $500 each,
Messenger and office keeper,
Accountant of the War Department,
Seven clerks, at $500 each,

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800 00 3,000 00

250 00

050 00

1,200 00 3,500 00

4,700 00

11,750 00

LOAN OFFICERS.
For New Hampshire

Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia

650 00 1,500 00

600 00 1,000 00 1,500 00

700 00 1,500 00

600 00 1,000 00 1,500 00 1,000 00 1,000 00 700 00

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GOVERNMENT OF THE WESTERN TERRITORY.

District Northwest of the River Chio. Governor, for his salary as such, and for discharging the du

ties of Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Northern Department,

2,000 00 The Secretary of the said District,

750 00 Three Judges, at $800 each

2,400 00 Stationery, office rent, &c.

350 00 District Southwest of the River Ohio. Governor, for his salary as such, and for discharging the du

ties of Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Southern Department,

2,000 00 Secretary of said district,

750 00 Three Judges, at $800 each

2,400 00 Stationery, office rent, &c.

350 00

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PENSIONS GRANTED BY THE LATE GOVERNMENT.

Isaac Van Voert,) Each a pension of $200 per annum, pur;
John Paulding,

suant to an act of Congress of 23d
David Williams, S November, 1780,
Dominique L'Eglize, per act of Congress of 8th Aug. 1792,
Joseph Traverse, per do
Youngest children of the late Major General Warren, per act

600 00

of the 1st July, 1780,

120 00 120 00

450 00

120 00

Samuel McKenzie, Per act of 10th September, 1783, en-
Joseph Brussells, titled to a pension of $40 each per
John Jordon,

annum,
Eliz. Bergen, per act of 21st August, 1781
Joseph De Beauleau, per act of 5th August, 1782
Richard Gridley, per acts of 17th November, 1775, and 26th

February, 1781
Lieut. Colonel Tousard, per act of 27th October, 1788

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360 00

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450 00

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400 00

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GRANT TO BARON STEUBEN.
His annual allowance, per act of Congress
Annual allowance to the widow and orphan children of

Colonel John Harding, per act of 27th February, 1793,
Also, to the orphan children of Major Alexander Truman,

per same act Annual allowance for the education of Hugh Mercer, son of

the late Major General Mercer, per act dated 2d

March, 1793
For the Incidental and Contingent Expenses re-

lative to the Civil List Establishment,
Under this head are comprehended fire wood, stationery,

together with printing work, and all the contingent ex-
penses of the two Houses of Congress, rent and office
expenses of the three several Departments, viz: Trea-
sury, State, and War, and also for the Mint of the

United States.
Secretary of the Senate, his estimate

3,000 00 Clerk to the House of Representatives, his do. 7,000 00

10,000 00

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Secretary of the Treasury, per estimate

500 00 Comptroller of the Treasury, per do.

800 00 Treasurer, per do.

400 00 Commissioner of the Revenue, per

do.

300 00 Auditor of the Treasury, per do.

500 00 Register of the Treasury (including books for the public stocks,) per do.

2,000 00 Rent of the Treasury

650 00 Ditto, of a house taken for a part of the office of the Register

240 00 Ditto, of a house for the office of the Commissioner

of the Revenue, and for part of the office of the Comptroller, and part of the office of the Auditor

266 66 Ditto, of a house for the office of the Auditor, and á sınall store for public papers ·

440 00 Wood for the Department (Treasurer's excepted) candles, &c.

1,200 00

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2,061 67

DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
Including the expense which will attend the publication of

the Laws of the First Session of the Third Congress,
and for printing an edition of the same, to be distribut-
ed according to law

MINT OF THE UNITED STATES.
The Director estimates for the several expenses of the Mint,

including the pay of a Refiner, when employed, for
gold, silver, and copper, and for the completion of the
melting furnaces

2,700 00

DEPARTMENT OF WAR. Secretary of War, per statement

800 00 Accountant to the War Department

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The House then, according to the order of the day, again resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole House on the said report; and, after some time spent therein, Mr. Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Trumbull reported that the committee had, according to order, again had the said report under consideration, and come to a resolution thereupon, which he delivered in at the Clerk's table, where the same was twice read, and agreed to by the House, as followeth :

Resolved, That, for making good deficiencies for the support of the Civil List Establishment ; for aiding the fund appropriated for certain officers of the court, jurors, and witnesses; for the support of light-houses, and for other purposes, there be appropriated the several sums of money following, to wit :

To make good deficiencies for the support of the Civil List, for the year 1793. Extra Clerk hire, in the office of the Secretary of State, in preparing documents for Congress

600 For an index to the Laws of the Second Congress 200

800 00 The Secretary of War estimates, to make good so much

short estimated for contingent expenses for the year 1793

205 76 Additional compensation from 1st October, 1793, to 31st

December following, to certain public officers, by act

passed the 2d March, 1793. Auditor of the Treasury, at 500 dollars per annum 125 00 Commissioner of the Revenue, ditto

125 00 Comptroller of the Treasury, ditto

62 50 Register of the Treasury,

ditto

62 50
375 00

1,380 70 Clerks of Courts, Jurors, Witnesses, etc. The fund arising from fines, forfeitures, and penalties, hav

ing last year proved insufficient for the discharge of
the accounts of Clerks, &c. to which they were ap-
pointed, a sum for the present year is estimated, in or-
der to provide against a similar contingency, of

12,000 00 For the maintenance and support of light-houses, beacons,

public piers, and stakeage of channels, bars, and shoals,
and for occasional improvements in the construction of
lanterns, and of the lamps and materials used

20,000 00
To make good a deficiency in the estimate for 1792, for the
same objects.

-4,000 00

24,000 00 For the expenses towards the safe-keeping and prosecution

of persons committed for offences against the United
States

4,000 00 For the purchase of hydrometers for the use of the officers

of the Customs, and Inspectors of the Revenue, for the
Year 1794

1,500 00 For the coinage of Copper at the Mint of the United States. To replace so much advanced at the Bank of the United

States, for the purpose of an importation of copper,

under the superintendence of the Director of the Mint, 10,000 00 To pay for copper purchased in the year 1793

7,350 00 For the purchase of ditto, 1794

7,350 00

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Arrearages of pension due to the widow and orphan children of

Colonel John Harding.
For their allowance from 1st July, 1792, to the 31st Decem-

ber, 1793, per act of Congress, dated 27th February,

1793, at 450 dollars per annum Arrearages of pension due the orphan children of Major Alex

ander Truman, For their allowance from 1st July, 1792, to the 31st Decem

ber, 1793, per act of Congress, dated 27th February,

1793, at 300 dollars per annum
For the indemnification of the estate of the late Major Ge.

neral Greene, for a certain bond entered into by him,
during the late war, upon the principles of the act of

Congress for that purpose, dated 27th April, 1792.
For a balance stated by the Auditor of the Treasury, to be

due to said estate, in which is included interest due on

bonds from their dates, to 12th April, 1793
To defray the expense incident to the stating and printing

the public accounts for the year 1793, in compliance
with the order of the House of Representatives, of the

30th December, 1791
For the discharge of such demands against the United

States, not otherwise provided for, as shall have been ascertained and admitted in due course of settlement at the Treasury, and which are of a nature according to the usage thereof, to require payment in specie

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Ordered, That a bill or bills be brought in pursuant to the said resolution, and the resolution for the expenditure of the Civil List; and that Mr. Boudinot, Mr. Trumbull, and Mr. Gillespie, do prepare and bring the same.

On motion, Resolved, that the Secretary of the Treasury do furnish the House with a general statement of the nature of such expenses, extracted from the accounts of the Commissioners of Loans, on which the estimate of forty thousand dollars is founded, as contained in his report of the twenty-third of December last.

Mr. Nicholas, from the committee appointed to select such parts of the President's communications, respecting the Regency of Algiers, as his letter, accompanying the said communications, suggests it would be proper to keep secret, made a report; which was read, and ordered to lie on the table.

Ordered, That the message from the President of the United States, of the seventh instant, respecting the appointment of an officer for receiving, safe-keeping, and distributing, the public supplies, under the direction of the War Department, which lay on the table, be referred to Mr. Hartley, Mr. Beatty, and Mr. Swift; that they do examine the matter thereof, and report the same, with their opinion thereupon, to the House.

Mr. Samuel Smith, from the committee to whom was referred the petition of William Patterson, Samuel Sterrett, and Gustavus Scott, the committee appointed by the Legislature of Maryland to draw and distribute the moneys granted by that State, for the relief of the French emigrants from the Island of St. Domingo, made a report; which was read, and ordered to be committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.

The several orders of the day were further postponed until Monday next.
And then the House adjourned until Monday morning eleven o'clock.

MONDAY, JANUARY 13. A petition of John M'Chesney and others, prisoners taken by the enemy at Quebec, Long Island, and Fort Washington, during the late war, was presented to the House and read, praying that they may receive the pay and emoluments to which they are entitled by several resolutions of the late Congress. Ordered, That the said petition be referred to Mr. Findley, Mr. Grege, and Mr. Gil.

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