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Brought forward, $ 1 house off prison ground, 250 00 50 M feet of lumber, 900 00 Axes, shovels, crowbars, pickaxes, wheel-barrows, &c. 500 00 2 M feet of timber for roof of prison, 250 00 1 ton of nails, assorted sizes, 220 00 Castings, window frames and anchors, 500 00 1 brick yard, 200 00 Cash on hand, $2,500 00 Cash which will be received in Jan. '39, 4,500 00 — 7,000 00 Making, $42,761 40 The commissioners have received by appropriation from the state, passed winter of 1838, $20,000 00 They have also borrowed of the state bank at Detroit, 17,000 00 37,000 00 Balance, $5,761 40

Leaving the amount of valuation money on hand and to be received from the state bank in January next, five thousand seven hundred and sixty-one dollars and forty cents, over the amount of money already appropriated and loaned by the commissioners. Also there will be in two weeks (weather permitting) thirtyfour cells in readiness for the reception of prisoners. All of which is respectfully submitted by Your obedient servant, B. PORTER, Acting Commissioner. Jacksonburgh, Jackson county, ! November 3d, 1838. AUDITor GENERAL's OFFICE, Detroit, 15th Dec., 1838. The foregoing statement is a correct copy of the original filed

in this office.
ROBERT ABBOTT, A. G., S. M.

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Henry Howard, Treasurer of Internal Improvement Fund, in account current with Internal Improvement Fund for the quarter ending 31st March, 1838.

DR. 1838. To balance from last quarter, $80,543 55 Jan. 3. To Stevens T. Mason's draft on J. Delafield, New York, sold bank of Michigan, 60,000 00 Another draft of S. T. Mason's on J. Dela

field, sold Michigan state bank, 90,000 00 Feb. 5. Cash received of Oliver Newberry on ac

count of state loan, 81,000 00

24. Cash received of Oliver Newberry, 50,000 00

Mar. 31. Cash received of State Treasurer as per resolution of the legislature of 30th Jan., 7,224 84

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1838.

April 1. To balance in treasury this day, $222,511 49 CR.

1838.

Jan. 2. Cash paid warrant favor J. B. Hunt, acting commissioner of internal improvement, $50,000 00

A. H. Adams, 167 85 6. J. Burdick, 267 00 17. J. M. Barbour, 285 00 D. C. McKinstry, 24,187 34 23. J. B. Hunt, 30,000 00 25. G. D. Williams, 189 00 26. Gideon Paull, 22 50 31. D. C. McKinstry, 267 00 Feb. 9. do 3,611 62 Hart L. Stewart, - , 309 OO Mar. 2. K. Pritchette, 100 00 J. B. Stewart, 5,000 00 L. S. Humphrey, 2,224 84

16. do 10,000 00 26. Theo. Romcyn, 10,000 00

Carried forward, $

Brought forward, $
Mar. 26. Cash paid warrant favor Theo. Romeyn, 1,800 00
Jon. L. King, 25 75
31. Bank of Gibraltar, 7,800 00

Balance in the treasury, carried to debit of
next quarter, 222,511 49

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DR. 1838. To balance in the treasury from last quarter, 222,511 49 Mav 19. Cash received on account of state loan, 80,000 00

June 16. Cash received, balance first instalment on sale state stock to Morris canal and banking company, 10,397 70 26. S. T. Mason, per hand of J. B. Murray, in the bills of the Morris canal and banking company, being the second instalment, due 1st August next, on account of sale of state bonds to said company, “100,000 00 28. Cash received on account of August payment on sale of state bonds to the Morris canal and banking company, in bills of said bank, on special deposite in Michigan state bank till 1st August next, *95,285 00 30. Oliver Newberry, on account of state loan, 30,000 00

$538,194 19 July 2. Balance from last quarter in treasury, 331,131 S9

*The two sums charged on the 26th and 28th June, marked with an asterisk, amounting to $195,285, were made at the instance of the Treasurer, being bills received of the Morris canal and banking company, for state stock sold, but on the 3d day of August was informed by the Governor and Treasurer, that by a subsequent arrangement the bills were to be returned to New York and drafts at ninety days to be drawn on said company in lieu thereof; the above amount and a subsequent charge on the 13th December of $4,715, will form a sum of $200,000 first received of said company, and in full of February payment.

20.

May 4.
. Cash paid warrant favor Conrad Ten Eyck

15. 16.

17.

18.

19.

CR.
By cash paid warrant favor A. H. Adams,
J. Howard,

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I. S. Humphrey, audited 5th and issued
7th April,

D. C. McKinstry, audited 6th and issued
7th April,

Justus Burdick, audited 6th and issued 7th
April,

Sheldon McKnight,

H. L. Stewart,

Cash loaned state of Michigan,

for damages awarded by commissioners
under an act April 5th, 1838, central rail-
road No. 1,
No. 2. Horace Heath,
3. S. W. Osgood,
4. J. Gilbert,
5. Hosea Gage,
6. Marcus Lane,
7. Samuel Torbert,
8. James C. Gillet,
9. Royal Ballou,
10. J. M. Wightman,
11. Daniel Thompson,
12. B. L. King,
13. Julius M. Hume,
14. John Kreider,
Edwin H. Lothrop to purchase oil, as per
resolution of board,
No. 1. James B. Hunt, acting commission-
er Clinton and Kalamazoo canal, as per
resolution of the board,
No. 1 .Rix Robinson, acting commissioner,
per resolution,
Wm. Steers, No. 15, as per award of com-
missioners, damages,
No. 16. Wm. Woodbridge,
Cash paid warrant No. 17, favor John Van
Fossen,

$6 00 400 00 20,000 00 93 00 279 96 30,000 00 100 00

20,000 00 981 15

273 17 22 73 330 00 80,000 00

6,000 00 570 00 50 00 774 09 75 72 10 00 15 00 50 12 70 00 5 00 18 00 75 00 5 00 20 00

21. 21.

Carried forward,

1,000 00

5,000 00 5,000 00

4 00 90 00

50 00

May 22.

26.

28.

June 2.

Brought forward,
John Norton, Jr. for moneys paid the fol.
lowing persons for damages awarded by
COmn) ISSIOmerS :
John, Elizabeth and Francis Chovin,

Silas Carpenter, $10 00
Charles Chovin, 10 00
Francis Chovin, 8 00
Paul D. Anderson, 32 64
Wm C. Maples, 95 00

Ephraim A. Shaw,
Henry McVay,
l'hilip Sims,
John Burbank,
Warrant No. 1. Wm. A. Burt, acting com-
missioner northern railroad and Saginaw
canal, as per resolution of board, May
18th, 1838,
No. 18. Jacob Dix, for damages as award-
ed by commissioners,
No. 19. Benjamin Cotton, for damages as
awarded,
No. 20. Samuel Dix,
21. Samuel Sims,
22. Lewis C. Miles,
23. P. O. Whitman for work and pile
driver for the central railroad,
24. do. for materials for pile driver,
25. Charles Noble, painting Rouge
bridge,
26. Mark Norris, timber central rail-
road,
27. Chas. Davis, fitting car-wheels do.
28. Titus Dort, waggonway at Dear-
bornville,
29. John Stowits, per award commis-
sioner central railroad,
30. David C. McKinstry, for work and
materials on contract, central
railroad,
31. Lansing B. Mizner, acting com-
missioner, do. as per order of
board, May 18th,

June 7. Cash paid warrant favor J. R. Williams,

Carried forward,

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