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CR. Nov. 8. By balance brought down, $419 20 14. This amount of vouchers, from No. 432 to 570 inclusive, for construction of central

railroad, 4,607 80 $5,027 00

DR. Nov. 15. 13. By warrant of Auditor General, $5,000 00 Dec. 4, 14. Warrant of Auditor General in full, 133 52 Error in Mark Norris' voucher, 503, 0 32 do in do do 504, 1 27 $5,135 11

CR. Nov. 15. By balance brought down, $27 00

Dec. 3. This amount of vouchers, from No. 471 to 506 inclusive, for construction of central railroad, 5,108 11

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A. H. Adams, secretary of the board of Internal ..o.o. moneys received and disbursed for the construction of the Central Railroad.

DR.

1838. Dec. 1. 1. To warrant of Auditor General, $2,079 27 3. 2. do do 1,611 42 4. 3. do do 2,006 35 5. 5. do do 6,051 36 6. 6. do do 987 52 7. 7. do do 415 15 8. 8. do do 218 98 11. 9. do do 2,356 46 13. 10. do do 100 50 11. do do 255 00

15. 15. do do 1,135 60

22, 28. To warrant of Auditor General,
29, 28. do do

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29. Balance carried down,

To warrant of Auditor General, CR. 1838. Dec. 1. By this amount of voucher No. 1, 3. This amount of vouchers from 2 to 8 inclusive,

4. 9 to 14 inclusive,
5. 15 to 58 inclusive,
6. 59 to 64 inclusive,
8. 65 to 74 inclusive,
75 to 77 inclusive,
11. 78 to 81 inclusive,
13. 82,
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15. 84 to 87 inclusive, Dec.22. By this amount of voucher No. 88, 29. 89 to 102 inclusive,

29. By balance brought down,

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After the death of Hiram Alden, late acting commissioner on the central road, it was made known to me by several of the commissioners, that contracts had been entered into with the late commissioner for the construction of part of the central railroad, that the monthly estimates would be rendered to the board and the claimants require payment. Desiring therefore to avoid any failure on the part of the state in complying with existing contracts, I drew warrants on the treasury on satisfactory vouchers being produced, to the amount of $18,594, in favor of Mr. Adams,

who disbursed the same to the respective claimants.
AUDITOR GENERAL's Office,
Detroit, 1st Jan. 1839.

ROBERT ABBOTT. A. G., S. M.

(No. 10.)

William A. Furt, Acting Commissioner of the Northern Railroad and Saginaw canal, in account with Internal Improvement fund.

DR. 1838. May 22. I. To warrant of Auditor General, 5,000 00 Sept 4. To balance carried down, 93 15 $5,093 15 CR.

Sept. 4. By amount of vouchers for construction of

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the northern railroad, from No. 1 to 36, 2,912 09 Amount of vouchers for construction of Sagi

naw canal, from No. 1 to 9 inclusive, 2,181 06 $5,093 15 DR. 1. To warrant of Auditor General, $5,000 00 Balance carried down, 34 76 $5,034 76 CR. Balance brought down, $93 15 Amount of vouchers for construction of the northern railroad, from No. 37 to 47 inclusive, 2,941 60 Amount of voucher No. 10, for construction of Saginaw canal, 2,000 00 $5,034 76 DR. 3. To warrant of Auditor General, $5,000 00 Error in S. J. Smith's voucher, No. 91, 0 87 Balance carried down, 176 00 $5,176 87 CR. Balance brought down, $34 76

Amount of vouchers for construction of the
northern railroad, from No. 48 to 65 in-

clusive, 3,286 44 Vouchers for the construction of Saginaw canal, from No. 11 to 17 inclusive, 1,855 67

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DR. Dec. 5. 4. Warrant of Auditor General, $5,000 00

CR. Dec. 5. Balance brought down, $176 00

AUDITOR GENERAL's OFFICE,
Detroit, 1st Jan'y, 1839.
ROBERT ABBOTT, A. G., S. M.

(No. 11.)

James B. Hunt, Acting Commissioner of the Clinton and Kalamazoo canal, in account with the Internal Improvement Fund.

DR. 1838. May 19. 1. To warrant of Auditor General, 5,000 00 Sept. 17. Balance carried to debit, 5 56 $5,005 56 • CR.

Sept. 17. By amount of vouchers for construction of
Clinton and Kalamazoo canal, from No.

1 to 39, 5,005 56 $5,005 56

DR. Sept. 17. 2. To warrant of Auditor General, $5,000 00 Balance carried down, 42 43 $5,042 43

CR. Sept. 17. By balance brought down, $5 56

Nov. 30. Amount of vouchers for construction of
Clinton and Kalamazoo canal, from No.

39 to 59, 5,036 87 $5,042 43

Dr. Nov. 30. 3. To warrant of Auditor General, $5,000 00 Dec. 13. Balance carried down, 714 06 $5,714 06

CR. Nov. 30. Balance brought down, $42 43

Carried forward, $

Brought forward, $ Dec. 18. Amount of vouchers for construction of Clinton and Kalamazoo canal, from 50

to 79, 5,671 63 5,713 06 DR. Dec. 18, 4. To warrant of Auditor General, $5,000 00 CR. Dec. 18. By balance brought down, $714 06 Total of amount drawn up to date, 20,000 00 Advanced by order of the board on contract for stone, 10,000 00 $30,000 00

AUDITOR GENERAL's OFFICE,
Detroit, 1st Jan. 1839.
ROBERT ABBOTT, Auditor General, S. M.

(No. 12.)

Levi S. Humphrey, Acting Commissioner of the Havre Branch and Southern Railroads, in account with the Internal Improvement Fund.

DR. 1838.

July 25. 1. To warrant of Auditor General, $5,000 00 2. do do 5,000 00 3. do do 5,000 00 4 do do 5,000 00 5 do do 5,000 00 6 do do * 5,000 00 $30,000 00

CR.

July 25. By this amount of vouchers for construc-
tion of southern railroad,from No.1 to 66, $28,637 28

Amount of vouchers for construction of the
Havre Branch railroad, from No. 1 to 7, 401 65
Balance carried down, 961 07

$30,000 00

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