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The State Bank Of Illinois, in account with the Stale of Illinois.

For amount deposited from last quarterly settlement, up to 1st December, 1840

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For Balance

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By Balance due the State Bank, on settle

ment, September 30, 1840 - - $185,922 55

By amount of Warrants paid from that period,

up to 1st December, 1840 - . 12,404 01

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REDEMPTION ACCOUNT.

For balance of Redemption Money in the
Treasury on the 1st December, 1839

For amount received from 1st December,
1839, to 1st December, 1840

1,818 31
19 74
$1,838 05

For balance of Redemption Money in the

Treasury on the 1st December, 1840 - $1,184 42

By amount of Redemption Monev paid out
from the 1st December, 1839, to 1st De-
cember, 1840

By amount to balance

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A Statement, showing the amount of Warrants drawn upon the State Bank,from the 1st December, 1839, to the 1st December, 1840, for the current expenses of the State, and charged to the following accounts, viz:

To what charged.

Special Appropriations - -

Interest on School, College, and Seminary Funds

Circuit Attorneys - - - 1

General Assembly

Money refunded ...

The Judiciary ....

The Secretary of State

The Militia ....

Incidental expenses ...

The Attorney-General ...

Penitentiary Inspectors

The Auditor ....

The Contingent Fund ...

The Treasurer ....

Appropriations to Counties

The Governor ....

Public Printing ....

Redemption Money ....

Taxes refunded on Lands redeemed

Appropriations to killing wolves

Appropriations to State House, Springfield

Distribution of Laws and Journals

County Assessors - ,

Appropriations to witnesses

Premium on Silk

Amount.

15,051 41 44,934 36 2,887 50 45,243 64 370 63 14,575 00 2,000 00 919 89 2,361 65 558 08 1,140 00 2,400 00

2.599 93

1.600 00 300 00

1,5C0 00 23,610 92 653 62 590 87 2,576 50 31,702 00 1,886 37 7,044 11 2,585 60 22 32

$209,114 40

The sum above charged to Public Printing embraces the following accounts, viz:

For paper for Laws, Journals, &c. Session 1839-40, and
expenses in procuring same - - $6,794 04,

For paper for Laws, Journals, &c. of the pre-
sent session, and expenses in procuring same 7,098 67

For printing, folding, stitching, and binding of
Laws, Journals, &c. Session 1839-40, and
current printing of said Session - -" 9,718 21

$23,610 92

A Statement of the Amount drawn from the Treasury, on account of the Contingent Fund, from Dec. 1st, 1839, to Dec. 1st, 1840.

Date.

1839. Dec. 19.

To whom paid.

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To warrants to Hawley & Dunlap, in full,
for commission, storage, &c. on State
arms, at Alton, -

To warrants to Willaim H. M'Cracken, in
full, for publishing Governor's Procla-
mation, convening the Legislature, ses-
sion 1839 and '40, -

To warrants to J. S. Power, in full, for pub-
lishing Governor's Proclamation, conven-
ing the Legislature, session 1839 and '40,

To warrants to Bailache & Dolbee, in full,
for publishing Governor's Proclamation,
convening the Legislature, session 1839
and '40, ....

To warrants to Brooks & Pettit, in full, for
publishing Governor's Proclamation, con-
vening the Legislature, session 1839 and
'40, ....

To warrants to J. M. Bassett, in full, for
publishing the Governor's Proclamation,
convening the Legislature, session 1839
and '40, -

To Warrants to J. A. Townsend, in full, for
the amount allowed him out of this fund,
for services as Clerk to the Investigating
committee, session 1839 and '40,

To warrants to John Wentworth, in full,
for publishing Governor's Proclamation,
convening the Legislature, session 1839
and '40, ....

To warrants to John Shaw, in part, for
amount allowed him, for services and ex-
penses, as a messenger to the Governor
of Missouri, to demand a fugitive from
justice, ....

To warrants to John Shaw,in full,for allow-
ance, as above, ...

To warrants to Milton H. Wash, in part,
for services, as a messenger to the Gov-
ernor, on official business,

To warrants to Milton H. Wash, in full,
for services, as above,

Amount.

5 50

7 00

6 75

6 50

7 00 6 56

60 00 6 00

100 00 100 00

24 00

24 00

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Contingent Fund,—Continued.

Date.

To whom paid.

Amount.

1840.

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To warrants to S. M. Eartlett, in full, for
publishing Governor's Proclamation,
convening the Legislature, session 1839
and'40, -

To wairants to Wm. Stuart, in full, for pub-
lishing Governor's Proclamation, conven-
ing the Legislature, session 1839 and '40,

To warrants to William A. Denning, in full,
for an allowance made him by the Gov-
ernor, for his services, as a messenger to
Governor of Indiana; to demand George
Noble, a fugitive from justice,

To warrants to M. C. Steans, in full, for
conveying State Bonds from New-York
to Quincy, ...

To warrants to Edmund Roberts, in part,
for his services and expenses, in convey-
ing State Bonds from Springfield to
Washington City, -

To warrancs to A. G. Henry, in part, of
an appropriation from this fund by the
Governor to the Stale House Commis-

sioners, - - -

To warrants to Edmund Roberts, in full,
for his services and expenses, in convey-
ing State Bonds from Springfield to
Washington City, -

To warrants to A. G. Henry, in full, for an
appropriation from this fund by the Gov-
ernor to the State House Commissioners,

To warrants to T. C. King, in full, for his
services, as a messenger to the Governor
of Missouri, on a demand for the surren-
der of a fugitive from the penitentiary at
Alton, -

To warrants to Burr C. Brent, in full, for
his services and expenses, as a messenger
to the Governor of Missouri, to demand
sundry fugitives from justice,

To warrants to J. M. Pittman, in fuli, for his
services and expenses, as an assistant
messenger to the Governor of Missouri,
to demand certain fugitives from justice,

7 00 7 00

100 00 175 00

100 00

700 00

125. 00

800 00

38 12

125 25

18 50

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