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War steamers. Letters of Commodore M. C Perry in relation to........ 1 1 224 1
War, with documents accompanying the President's annual message. An-

nual report of the Secretary of ................................ 1 1 3 2
War, submitting a report of a board of officers in relation to additional

grades in the army officers, and making provision for the exercise of

civil functions by them. Letter of the Secretary of............... 2 5 I
War, with a statement of the expenses of the national armories, &c., during

the year ending June 30, 1850. Report of the Secretary of........ 3 10
War, with statements of contracts and purchases made by the bureaus of

that department during the year 1450. Report of the Secretary of.. 3 11
War, communicating a report of the board of Topographical Engineers on

the inundations of the Mississippi river. Report of the Secretary of 3 13 1
War, communicating the correspondence in relation to a proposed military

road from Dubuque to Fort Clark, in lowa. Report of the Secre-
tary of .........

....................... 3 15 1
War, communicating the report of C. Ellet in reference to the deepening of

the passage over the bars at the mouths of the Mississippi river. Re-

port of the Secretary of........................................ 3 17 1
War, communicating the report of Lieutenant Whipple's expedition from

San Diego to the Colorado. Report of the Secretary of........... 3
War, communicating information in relation to the harbor of Newcastle,

and other harbors, in the Delaware. Report of the Secretary of.... 3
War, communicating Colonel McCall's reports in relation to New Mexico.

Report of the Secretary of......... ........
War, communicating the proceedings of the court-martial in the case of

David Butler, late military storekeeper, and the correspondence in re-
lation thereto. Report of the Secretary of.........

............ 3 27 1
War as to the expediency of granting the fori at Chef Menteur Piss in the

owner of the land upon which it is erected. Report of the Secre-
tary of ...................................................

................ 3 34
War, communicating a copy of W H. Sidell's survey of a route for a rail-

road from the Great Bend, on Red river, to Piovidence, on the Mis-

sissippi river. Report of the S-cretary of ....................... 5 42 1
Warehouses under act of August 6, .1846. Śtatement of the value of duti-

able merchandise re-exported annually from 1821 to 1850; also, the

value re-exported from ........................................ 2 4 120
Warehouses at the close of each quarter, from September 30, 1817, to June

30, 1850, and the amouni of duties payable thereon. Statement

showing the value of goods remaining in ........................ 2 4
Water into the city of Washington for the better security of the govern-

ment property, &c. Views of the President of the United States in

favor of the introduction of a greater abundance of pure........... 1 1 15 1
Whale's Back Rock, in Portsniouth harbor, New Hampshire. Report of

Major Turnbull, of 'he Topographical Bureau, in relation to the con-
struction of a new light-house at..

............. 1 1 457 2
Whipple's expedition from San Diego to Colorado. Report of Lieutenant. 3 19 1
Wines and spiri:s. (See Imports.)
Woollens. (See Imports.)

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OF

EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS

PRINTED

BY ORDER OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,

DURING THE

SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS—1850-51.

MESSAGES FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

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Vol. No. Page. Pt. On the state of the Union.........

......... 1 1 1 1 Reports and documents accompanying, viz : Interior, with estimates, &c. Annual report of the Secretary of the...... 1 1 191 Indian Affairs. Annual report of the Commissioner of .......

(See schedule of papers accompanying, page 46.) Pensions. Annual report of the Commissioner of...................... 1 1 177 1 Nary. Annual report of the Secretary of the..........

Accompanying documents, viz :
Report of Professor Page relative to his experiments “for testing the

capacity and usefulness of the electro-magnetic power as a mechani-
cal agent".......

.......... 1 1 213 1 List of deaths, resignations, and dismissions in the navy, since the last re

port........ ..................... Letters of Commodore Perry relating to war steamers................... 1 I 224 Detailed estimates for the office of the Secretary of the Navy and the several

bureaus of the Navy Department, together with the report of Lieutenant C. H. Davis, relative to the preparation of the Nautical Alma

nac for publication under his superintendence..................... 1 1 225 1 Report and detailed estimates from the Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repair.....................................

1 1 230 1 Report and detailed estimates from the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrog

raphy, including the Hydrographic Office and Naval Academy...... Report and detailed estimates from the Bureau of Navy Yards and Docks. I Report and detailed estimates from the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing. Report and detailed estimates from the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery... 1 364 1 Report of the commandant of the marine corps, and detailed esiimates from the paymasters and quartermasters of the corps ..................

370 Aggregate of estimates .............................................

383 General estimate for the office of Secretary of the Navy and the several bureaus of the Navy Department......

386 General estimate for the south west Executive building ..........

386 General estimate for the support of the navy. .......

387 General estimate for the support of the marine corps......

388 General estimate for special objects under the control of the Navy Department.....

1 389 1 Statement of the expenditures under the head of contingent expenses, as

settled and allowed at the office of the Fourth Auditor of the Treas

ury Department, for the year ending June 30, 1850............... 1 1 390 1 Statement of the appropriations for the naval service, viz: balances on hand

July 1, 1849; appropriations for the fiscal year 1849-'50; amounts
drawn from the treasury during that fiscal year; and balances on
hand June 30, 1850....

............. 1 1 397 1

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