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GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

(December 1st, 1844.)

EXECUTIVE--President and Cabinets { JOHN TYLER, of Virginia, President.....

.......... Salary $25,000 JOHN C. CALHOU N, of South Carolina, Secretary of State.......

6,0003 GEV), M. BIBB, of Kon'ucky, Secretary of the Treasury ..............

6,000$ 3 WILLIAM WILKINS, of Pennsylvania, Secretary of War..

6,0003 JOHN Y. MASON, ot Virginia, Secretary of the Nady,.........

6,000 $ SJOHN NELSON, of Maryland, Altorney-General....

4,000 CHARLES A. WICKLIFFE, of Kentucky, Postmaster-General........ 6,000$

There is now no Vice-President; John Tyler was elected to that office, but succeeded to the Presidency on Sthe death of Gen. HARRISON, April 4th, 1841, just thirty days after the Inauguration of the latter. In case of the death or removal of Mr. Tyler, the Presidency next devolves on the President of the Senate, which station is Snow held by Hon. WILLIE P. MANGUM of North Carolina.)

JUDICIARY--Supreme Court. ROGER B. TANEY, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Salary $5,000. JOSEPH STORY, of Mass., Associate Justice. I JAMES M. Wayne, of Georgia, Associate Justice of New York,

JOHN M'KINLEY, of Alabama, JOHN M'LEAN, of Ohio,

WILLIAM CATRON, of Tennessee, of Pennsylvania,

| PETER V. DANIEL, of Virginia

[Salary of Associate Justices $4,500.]
Major-General of the Army--WINFIELD Scott, of New-Jersey.

XXVIIIth CONGRESS.
Assembled December 4, 1843: Expires March 3d, 1845.

SENA TE.
Hon. WILLIE P. MANGUM, of North Carolina, President.
Members. Term expires. Members. Term expires. Members. Term expiros
MAINE.
DELAWARE.

TENNESSEE.
George Evans.................1847 Richard H. Bayard...........1845 Ephraim H. Foster ...........1845
John Fairfield...... ....1845 Thomas Clayton...............1847 Spencer Jarnagin...... ......1847
NEW-HAMPSHIRE.

MARYLAND.

KENTUCKY. Levi Woodbury................1847William D, Merrick..........184) James T. Morehead...........1847 Charles G. Atherton............ 1849 James Alfred Pearce...........1849 John J. Crittenden........... VERMONT. VIRGINIA.

OHIO. Samuel S. Phelps....... 851 William C. Rires.......

1845 Benjamin Tappan........ William Upham...... ......1819 William S. Archer.......

1847) William Allen...........
MASSACHUSETTS.
NORTH CAROLINA.

INDIANA.
Rufus Choate.....
....1845 Willie P. Mungum............1849124

1847 Albert S. White............ 1845 Isaac C. Bates.................1847 William H. Haywood, Jr...... 1849[Edward A. Hannegan......... RHODE ISLAND. SOUTH CAROLINA.

ILLINOIS. William Sprague..............18 .... 1845 Daniel E. Huger...........

.1847 James Semple...............

1849 Sidney Breese....... James F. Simmons............1847 George McDuffie... CONNECTICUT. . GEORGIA.

. MISSOURI. Jabez W. Huntington.........1845 John M. Berrion..............1847 Thomas H. Benton.... .1851 John M. Niles.............

19 Walter T. Colquitt......... 849 David R. Atcheson........... 1849 NEW-YORK. ALABAMA.

ARKANSAS. Henry A. Foster............. 1845 Dixon H. Lewis.. ............ 1847 Chester Ashley................

1847 Daniel S. Dickinson..... ....... 1849 Arthur P. Bagby........ 1849 Ambrose H. Sevier...... NEW-JERSEY. MISSISSIPPI.

MICHIGAN.
William L. Dayton...........1845 John Henderson................1045 Augustus S. Porter.........
Jacob W. Miller............... 1847 Robert J. Walker........

William Woodbridge.........
PENNSYLVANIA.

LOUISIANA.
Daniel Sturgeon...............,1843 Alexander Barrow............. 1847 Whigs, in Italics....
James Buchanan....... ........1849. Henry Johnson.. .............1849 Locos, in Roman......

Messrs. Foster and Dickinson, of New York, hold temporarily by appointment from the Governors Sof those States, but will be elected by the Legislatures of these States, or succeeded by Senators of like

politics. 3 D To the next Senate, Messrs. Phelps and Benton have already been reëlected (for six years from March 54th, 1845,) while the Legislative elections ensure that Messrs. Fairfield, Chonte, Sprague, Davion, Sturgeon, Bayard, Merrick, Foster and White, will either be reëlected or succeeded by Senators of like politics in each case. Ohio has already chosen THOMAS CO-WIN Whig, for six years ensuing, in place of Benj. Tappan. Loro. The result in Virginia is doubtful. Mississippi and Michigan will elect Locos in place of Messrs. Henderson and Porter. The new Senate will therefore either be tied or have a Whig majority of two, as Vir.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Hon. John W. JONES, of Virginia, Speaker. *
MAINE.

SOUTH CAROLINA. 31 Joshua Herrick,

4 Freeman H. Morse, 1 James A. Black, 4 *John Campbell, 2 Robert P. Dunlap, 5 Benjamin White, 2 Richard F.Simpson, 5 Arternus Burt, 3 Luther Severance, 6 Hannibal Hamlin, 3 Joseph A. Woodward, 6 *Isaac E. Holmes, 7 Shepard Carey.

7 *R. Barnwell Rhett. NEW-HAMPSHIRE.-(General Ticket.)

GEORGIA.-(General Ticket.) *Edmund Burke, Moses Norris, Jr.

*Edward J. Black, Hugh A. Haralson, John P. Hale. *John R. Reding.

Absalom H. Chappella Joseph H. Lumpkin,
VERMONT.

Duncan L. Clinch, Alexander H. Stephens,
Howell Cobb,

William H. Stiles. 1 Solomon Foot,

3 George P. Marsh, 2 Jacob Collamer, 4 Paul Dillingham, Jr.

ALABAMA. 1 James Dellet,

4 *Winter W. Payne, MASSACHUSETTS.

James Ē. Belser,

5 *Georges, Houston, 1 *Robert C. Winthrop, 6 Osmyn Baker,

3 0 William L. Y ncey, 6 *Reuben Chapman, 2 Daniel P. King, 7 Julius W. Rockwell,

7 Felix G. McConnell. 3 Amos Abbott, 8 * John Quincy Adams,

MISSISSIPPI.- (General Ticket.) 4 *William Parmenter, 9 Henry Williams.

*Jacob Thompson, Robert W. Roberts, 5 *Charles Hudson, 10 Joseph Grinneli.

William J. Hammet, Tilghman M. Tucker. RHODE ISLAND.

LOUISIANA. 1 Henry Y. Cranston, 2 Elisha R. Potter.

1 John Slidell,

3 *John B. Dawson, CONNECTICUT.

1 2 Alcee Labranche, 4 Isaac E. Morse. 1 Thomas H. Seymour, 3 George H. Catlin, t.

OHIO. 2 John Stewart, 4 Samuel Simons.

1 Alexander Duncan, 11 Jacob Brinkerhoff, NEW-YORK.

2 * John B. Weller, 12 Samuel F. Vinton, 1 Selah B. Strong, 18 Preston King,

3 Robert C. Schenck, 13 Perley B. Johnson, 3 2 Henry C. Murphy, 19 Orville Hungerford, 4 Joseph Vance,

14 Alexander Harper, 3 J. Phillips Phænir, 20 Levi D. Carpenter,

5 Emery D, Potter, 15 Joseph Morris, 3 4 William B. Maclay, 21 Jeremiah E. Carey,

6 Henry St. John, 16 *James Mathews, 5 Moses G. Leonard, 22 Sunith M. Purdy,

7 Joseph J. McDowell, 17 William C. McCauslen, 6 Hamilton Fish, 23 Orville Robins:n,

8 John I. Van Metre, 18 *Ezra Dean, 7 Joseph H. Anderson, 24 Horace Wheaton, 9 Elias Florence,

19 Daniel R. Tilden, 8 *Richard D. Davis, 25 George Rathbun, 10 Alfred P. Stone, 20 * Joshua R. Giddings, 9 *James G. Clinton, 26 Amasa Dana,

21 Edward S. Hamlin. $10 Jeremiah Russell, 27 Byram Green,

KENTUCKY. 11 Zadock Pratt, 28 Thomas J. Patterson 1 *Linn Boyd,

6 * John White. 312 David L. Seymour, 29 Charles H. Carroll, 2 * Willis Green,

7 William P. Thomasson, 3 * 13 * Daniel D. Barnard, 30 William S. Hubbell,

3 Henry Grider,

8 *Garret Davis, S14 Charles Rogers, 31 Asher Tyler,

14 George A. Caldwell, 9 Richard French, 15 Lemuel Stetson, 32 William A. Moseley, 5 James Stone,

10 Joseph W. Tibbatts. 16 Cheselden Ellis, 33 Albert Smith, 17 Charles S. Benton, 34 Washington Hunt.

1 Andrew Johnson, 6 *Aaron V. Brown, NEW-JERSEY.

12 William T. Senter, 7 David W. Dickinson, 1 Lucius Q.C. Elmer, 3 Isaac G. Farlee, 13 Julius W. Blackwell, 8 Joseph H. Peyton, 2 George Sykes, 4 Littleton Kirkpatrick 4 Alvan Cullom,

9 *Cave Johnson, "5 William Wright.

5 George W. Jones, 10 John B. Ashe, PENNSYLVANIA.

11 * Milton Brown. 1 Edward J. Morris, 13 Jam's Pollock,

INDIANA. 2 * Joseph R. Ingersoll, 14 Alexander Ramsey.

1 Robert Dale Owen, 6 John W. Davis, 3 John T. Smith, 15 Henry Nes,

2 Thomas J. Henley, 7 Joseph A. Wright, 4 *Charles J. Ingersoll, , 16 James Black,

3 Thomas Smith,

8 John Pettit 5 Jacob S. Yost, 17 * James Irvin, 4 Caleb B. Smith,

9 Samuel C. Sample, 6 Michael H. Jenks, 18 Andrew Stewart, 5 William J. Brown, 10 *Andrew Kennedy. 7 Abraham R. McIvaine, 19 Henry D. Foster, 8 * Jeremiah Brown, 20 John Dickey,

ILLINOIS. 9 John Ritter,.. 21 Cornelius Darragh,

1 Robert Smith,

4 John Wentworth, 10 Richard Brodhend, Jr. 22 Samuel Hays,

1 2 John A. McClernand, 5 Stephen A. Douglass, 11 *Benjamin A. Bidlack, 23 Charles M. Rced,

3 Orlando B. Ficklin, 6 Joseph P. Hoge, 12 George Fuller, 24 Joseph Buffington.

7 John J. Hardin. DELAWARE.

MISSOURI.-General Ticket.) *George B. Rodney.

Gustavus M. Bower, James M. Hughes,

James B. Bowlin,
MARYLAND.

John Jameson, 1 John M. S. Causin,

James H. Relfe. 4 * John P. Kennedy. 2 Francis Brengle, 5 Jacob A. Preston

ARKANSAS. 3 3 John Wethered, 6 Thomas A. Spence?

*Edward A. Cross. VIRGINIA.

MICHIGAN. 1 Archibald Atkinson, 8 Willoughby Newton. 1 Robert McClelland, 2 Lucius Lyon. S 2 George C. Dromgoole, 9 Samuel Chilton,

3 James B. Hunt. 3 *Walter Coles, 10 William Lucas,

Territories : 4 *Edmund W. Hubard, 11 William Taylor, § 5 * Willinm L. Goggin, 12 Augustus A. Chapman,

FLORIDA.... David Levy. 6 *John W. Jones, 13 *George W. Hopkins,

WISCONSIN....Henry Dodge. 7 Thomas H. Bry y. 14 * George W. Summers,

IOWA.... Augustus C. Dodge. 15 *Lewis Steenrod.

Whigs in Italics, 81–the residue (142) Loco-Focos. NORTH CAROLINA.

* Members of the last House. Thomas L. Clingman, 5 *Romulus M.Saunders. I 2 Daniel M. Barringer, 6 *James J. McRay.

la Elected as a Whig.but now supports Polk and Dal3 David S. Reid,

7 *John R. J. Daniel, las because of their opposition to the Tariff. ? * Edmund Deberry, 8 * Arch'd H. Arrington, bln place of Dixon H. Lewis, now U.S. Senatot.

9 * Kenneth Rayner.

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REGISTER

OF ALL THE OFFICERS AND AGENTS, CIVIL, MILITARY AND NAVAL, IN THE SER-S VICE OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH THE NAME AND FORCE OF ALL SHIPS AND VESSELS BELONGING TO THE UNITED STATES, TOGETHER WITH THE COM

PENSATION OF ALL PERSONS IN THE EMPLOY OF THE GOVERNMENT.

The following List of United States Officers in the employ of the various Departments of Gov. ernment, has been compiled chiefly from the "REGISTER” prepared at the Department of State, in pur suance of Resolutions of Congress. This work, usually styled the “Blue Book,” is more particularly de signed for the use of Government Officers, contains upwards of 800 pages, and is not accessible to the great mass of the People of the Country.

EXECUTIVE.

Salar

per Year. PRESIDENT UNITED STATES........... $25,000: V

Saları per Year. E PRESIDENT UNITED STATES.....$5,000

STATE DEPARTMENT.

Three Clerks, each - Home Bureau.

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SECRETARY OF STATE..
....... 6,000 Secretary of Legation....

............ 2,000 3 Chief Clerk.........$2,000 Clerk................ 2,000 Consuls at Riga, Archangel, and Odessa........: Fees Diplomatic Bureau.

FRENCH DOMINIONS.
Clerk...............$1,600 Do.................$1,400 Envoy Extraordinary und Minister Plenipoten-
Do.......
...... 1,500 | Do.................

... 900
900 tiary, (Paris,)..........

$9,000 Consular Bureau.

Secretary of Legation, (Paris,)....... ..... 2,000 Three Clerks, each ..............................$1,900 Ports on the Atlantic--Consuls at Havre,

Consuls at Lyons and Sedan.......

Fees.

Fees. Four Clerks, each... $1,400 | Packing and filing Nantes, La Rochelle, and Bordeaux....

On the Mediterrancun-Consuls at Marseilles SOne do.. ... 1,000 Newspapers ......

Fees. One Clerk... 800

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and Cette....... Translator & Lib'n.: 1,600 | Snp. of N. E. Exec.

West Indies-Consuls at Point-a-Pitre, in Gua Disbursing Agent... 1,450 Building........... 250

daloupe, and at St. Pierre, in Martinique.... Messenger .......... 130 Three Wuto

AFRICA.
PATENT OFFICE.

Consul at Tangiers ....

................... Fees: 2 COMMISSIONER............... ............$3,00

SPANISH DOMINIONS. Chief Clerk.........$1,700 | Seven Clerks, empl'd

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten. Three Clerks, each.. 1,500 irregularly at trans

tiary, (Madrid,)........ S Three do. do .. 1,250 _cribing ......

Secretary of Legation, (Madrid).. Four do. do .. 1,200 | Messenger .....

Consuls at Bilboa, Cadiz, Malaga, Barcelona, S One do.......... 1,150 Day Watch in Na.

and Port Michon

Fees.

......................... One . 1,000 tional Gallery...

Cuba--Consuls at Havana, Matanzas, Trini. One do.......... 800 | Night Watch.......

dod, St. Jago, Baracoa, Xibura, Neuvilas, Fees. Three do. for every Two Laborers, each

Cienfuegos, and Cardenas , 100 words..........10 cts.

Puerto Rico-Consuls at Ponce, San Juan, Fees S MINISTERS, CONSULS, AND OTHER DIPLO- Mayaguez, and Guavama.

MATIC AND COMMERCIAL AGENTS OF | Spanish Islands-Tenerifle, Canary, Manilla
THE U. S. IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

and Phillipine .................

Fees.) BRITISH DOMINIONS-ENGLAND. PORTUGUESE DOMINIONS AND ISLANDS. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten

Charge d'Affaires, (Lisbon,)...

.....$4,500 tiary, (London,).........

.....$9.000 Consuls at Lisbon, St. Ubes, Oporto, Fayat. ) Secretary of Legation .......

2.00

to, Fayat, Fees. Funchal, Madeira, St. Jago........

.............. 2.000 Consul at London-fees, and ................... 2,000

BELGIUM. SConsul at Kingston-upon-Hull, at Liverpool,

Charge d'Affaires, (Brussels,)... Bristol, Falmouth, Plymouth, and Cowes,.. 3 fees. Consul at Antwerp.............

***............. $4,500

Autweip.............................. Fees.) Scotland-Consuls at Leith, Dundee & Glasgow.Fees.

NETHERLANDS. Ireland-Consuls at Dublin, Belfast, London, Fees Charge d'Affaires, (Hague,)..........

$4,500 derry, Cork, and Galway.....

Consuls at Amsterdam and Rotterdam .... East Indies-Consuls at Bombay, Singapore, Fees. Colonies of the Netherlands-Consuls a: Per. and Calcutta . ...

amaribo, Curaçao, Batavin, (E. Ind.)..... China-Consul at Hong Kong

Fees, In and near Europe and Africa-Consuls at )

DANISH DOMINIONS. Gibraltar, Island of Malta, Cape of Good Fees, Charge d'Atfaires, (Copenhagen,)...... Hope, St. Helena, Port Louis (Isle of France)

Consuls at Copenhagen, Colsinei and Altona.. Fees. North America-Consuls at St. John, (N. B.)

| West Indies-Consuls at Sainte Croix and St. ?

Fees, 3 Halifax, Pictou, and Sidney ................

Thomas........................... South America-Consul at Demarara .......... Fees.

SWEDEN AND NORWAY. West Indies-Consuls at Bermuda, Nassau, ) Charge d'Affaires, (Stockholm.)................ $4.500

(N. P.) Turks (sland, Kingston, Barbadoes, Fees. Consuls at Stockholm, Gothenburg and Bergen. Fees. s Island of Trinidad, St. Christophers, Antigua)

PRUSSIA. Australia-Consu! at Sidney......

Envey Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten. 3 Van Dieman's Land-Consul at Hobart Town. Fees.

1 tiary, (Bedin,)..... RUSSIA.

..........$9.000

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INDEPENDENT PACIFIC ISLANDS. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten Commissioner at Sandwich Islands ...

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HAYTI, OR SAN DOMINGO. Consuls at Vienna, Trieste and Venice.......... Fees. Commercial Agent at Port Republican, Aux Fepe. Saxony-Consuls at Leipsic and Dresden...

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Cayes, and Cape Haytien ...................s Bautria - Consnl at Munich.....

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REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. Crrand Duchu of Hysse-Consul at Hesse ..... Fees. Charge d'Affaires, (Washington). Grant Duchy of Mecklenburg-Consul at

Consuls at Galveston, Matagorda, S

Fees. Rostock ........................

Brazoria, and Velasco.................,

. 3 Hanseatic, or Free States-Consuls at Ham.

MEXICAN REPUBLIC. burg, Bremen, and Frankfort on the Maine, 3 Fees. Envov Extraordir

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........$9,000

Secrelary of Legution................ Consuls at Basle and Zurich.

...... 2,000 > ....... Fees. Consuls at Mexico, Santa Fe, Tampico, Vera)

: SARDINIAN STATES.

Cruz, Tobasco, Laguna, Campeche, Merida, Charge d'Affaires, (Turin,).......

Matamoras, Monteroy, Mazatlan, San Blus,

os, Consuls at Genou and Nice......

Tees San Francisco, Guaymas....
Tuscanu-Cunsuls at Leghorn and Florence ... Fees. Central America-Consuls at Guatemala and

Fees. Pontifical States--Consuls at Rome and Ancona Fees. | Grenada.....................................!

NEW GRANADA.
KINGDOM OF THE TWO SICILIES.

Charge d'Affaires, (Bogota,)...... sCharge dAffaires, (Naples,)......

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VENEZUELA.
TURKISH DOMINIONS.

Charge d'Affaires, (Caraccas.) ..
Minister Resident, (Constantinople,).............$6,000 Consuls at Maracaibo, Puerto Cabello, Laguayra Fees.
Dragoman,

BRAZIL.
Consuls at Constantinople and Smyrna ......... Fees. Minister Plenipotentiary and Envoy Extraor.
Consuls at Beyrout, Damascus, and Said... ... 500

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EGYPT.

Secretary of Legation ........ ................... 2,000 Consul at Alexandria............................ Fees. Consuls at Maranham, Para, Pernambuco, ). GREECE.

Rio de Janeiro, Santos, St. Catharine Island, Fees. Consul at Athens........

........ Fees.

Rio Grande, San Salvador.
| Uruguay-Consul at Mentevideo....

sui ut Montevideo............... Fees. > BARBARY STATES.

Buenos Agres--Consul at Buenos Ayres ....... Fees, Consul at Tangiers............

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CHILI. Consulüt Tuol ..............

2000 Charge d'Affaires, (Sant Jago,). Consul at Tripoli.................

. 4,000 Consuls at Valparaiso, Talcahuano, Aquimbo.: Fees MUSCAT asul at Muscat and Island of Zanzibar........)

..... Fees. Charge d'Affaires, (Lima,)......................$9,000 CHINA.

Agent to the Coast of Africa, under act of Con. Commissioner.....

.....$9.000 gress of 3d of March, 1819-Iberia........... $1,500 Secretary to the Mission .

W: 4.500 Special Agent to Austria, in relation to the Consul at Canton........

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Chief Clerk.........$1,700 Two do. $Chief Clerk......... $2,000 Four do. " .. 1,000 Two Clerks, ench .. 1,400 Tesssenger.......... 700 Clerk................ 1,800 Messenger .......... 700 Four do. " 1150 Four Clerks, each.. 1,600 - Do. ...... ... 650D

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Chiet Clerk.........$1,700 Four Clerks Two do. “ : 1,150 |

Two Clerks, each .. 1,400 Messenger .......... 700 First COM PTROLLER..........

... $3,500 Four do. "... 1,200 Chief Clerk.........$1,700 Five do. Four Clerks, ca h.. 1,400 Messenger.

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700 Ş SECOND COMPTROLLER......

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.. 1,150 Ass't do. .......... Chief Clerk.........$1,700 | Two do. .. 1,000 Ten do.

... 1,000 Two Clerks, each .. 1,400 Two do. Three do.." .. 1,150 Messenger ...

2001 COMMISSIONER OF GENERAL LAND OFFICE. $3,000 FIRST AUDITOR.......

000/Solicitor...........$2,000 | Clerk ..... S Chief Clerk...... ..$1,700 One do.....

Rec:rder ........... 2,000 Four Clerks, each .. 1.4002 T'wo Clerks, ei 1.. 1,400 | Messenger ..

Sixteen do. .. 1.300 Six do. 1,150 | Ass't do. ...... 3501 lic Lands

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890 Clerk ............... 1,500 | Messenger .......... 500 Six Clerks, each.... 1,400 Messenger ...... S Twelve do, " .... 1,150 | Ass't do.

350 AUDITOR OF TREASURY FOR POST-FFFICE Eight do. “.... 1.0001

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160 COLLECTOR-Eastport.....................$3,000 Surveyor .......... Surveyor 1,256 Deputy Col. and Insp....

361 Four Bep. Col. and Insp.-Eastport, each...... 1,095 Insp. and Measurer .............

453 Houton....... 1.013

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'9283 3 Collector-Machias.... 575 Naval Officers .......

872 Inspector 750 Surveyor......

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812 2 Collector-Castine.... 937 Two Guagers, each about.

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1.800 1,003 Bond Accountant...

1.009 Insp. and Measurer, do. .. 927 Clearance Clerk .

1,4073 St. George... 720) Debenture"

1.907 S Deputy Col and Insp.-Noblcboro' 7:25 Impost

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.. 1,5 03 Inspector-Bath and Topsham.... 891 Thirty.two Inspectors, each......

1,095 * in Revenue Boat 1,071 Two Storekeepers, each......

1,0953 Georgetown ........ 936 Merker of Spirits ............

1,0913 Harpswell........ 1,000 Messenger......

730 Gardiner.......

1.0931 Arranging Custom House Papers.. Hailowell and Augusta..

1.095 Naval Officer.................. Deprty Col. ani Insp.-Canada Road 1,095 Lep.

1,500 COLLECTOR-Portland ....

Two Appraisers, each... Deputy Col. and Clerk-Portland....... 909 Two Aso't Appraisers, euch 3 Surveyor and Insp. 768 Clerk...................

1,000 Inspector 95 Three Mensurers, each....

800 Ten Inspectors

" ench #3 p. day
900 Invoice Clerk....

7062 Collector-Saco ....

" Examiner.

600 Inspector " (Outer Harbor)....

1,195 Six Laborers, each..
Scarborough .......
1,095 Surveyor ...........

5,6003 Collector - Kennehunkport.....

1,500 Dep. Col.

Clerk.......

900 3 Iuspector 500 Inspector of Light Houses..

500 In addition to the above, there are from sixty to Assistant Marker......

942 one hundred persons attached to the Customs in differ.

In addition to the above, the services of extru ent parts of the State, some of them only temporary-Clerks are occasionally required. ? compensation generally about $3 per day.

COLLECTOR-Plymouth ..
New-Hampshire.

Insp. and Dep. Col.-Sctuate....
Superintendent Light Houses--Portsmouth..... $839

Marsh field.

160 3 Deputy Col. and Insp.

730

Duxbury .. Four Dep. Col. and Insp. do. whose offices yield

Kingston ....

300 3 each, about ...

Plymouth 3 Eight Insp. Weighers, do. ************* less than Insp. and Boarding Officer-Kitteru............ 5001. COLLECTOR-Fall River......

New Castle

500 Deputy Collector Dep: Col. and Insp............ Dover............

Three Luispectors, Weigliers and Measurers
Lancaster ......
COLLECTOR-Barnstable......

1,126
Stewartstown.
261 Deputy Collector and Clerk.

2005 3 Naval Officer ....

Portsmouth ....
Four Inspectors, &c. each avout..

230 3 Clerk ......

90 Measurer-Sandwich.............. Surveyor......

Deputy Collector-Chatham ... Inspector......

Inspector...

503 Sundry Watchmen, Guagers, &c. ..........

Fees.

Deputy Collector-Well ficet ....

Inspector.....
Massachusetts.

Deputy Col, and Insp.- Provincetown.
The salaries paid the following officers, are Deputy Col.-Falmouth....
generally a per diem allowance for the time employed, COLLECTOR-New-Bed ford......
which, during the last year, were as follows:

Dep. Col two Insp. Meas, and Clerk... 3. COLLECTOR-Newburyport ................$1,413 Insp. at Dartmouth, Mattarpinsett, Wareham, Naval Officer

| Sippican, Westport and Fairhaven, sala ies Surveyor .... 196 each ubot ........

125 Ten Insp. and Dep. Col., Measurers, &c. at COLLECTOR-Edgartown ....

2 03 Newburyport, at $3 per day - services Deputy Col. and Insp.-Holmrs Hoie.

000 amonnting from $60 to $1000 per year.

Edgartown....

5003 COLLECTOR-Ipswich .....

23? Inspector-Tarpaulin Cove........... Inspector

COLLECTOR-Nantucket .........
COLLECTOR-Gloucester .......
518 Inspector.....

630 Surveyor 172 Boatmen ......

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