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Statement of expenditures for general purposes for the year 1838,

including the expenses of the November session of the legisla

ture, year 1837, as per warrants paid the following persons. 1838. Jan. 1. Paid Epaphs. Ransom, one quarter year's

salary, associate justice, ending Dec. 31, $375 00 3. John Goodrich, for compensation for his

services in transcribing and transporting
the records of the circuit court of the
county of Oakland, to the office of the
supreme court. Detroit,

12 00 5. Jno. E. Schwarz, one quarter year's salary

as adjutant general, up to Dec. 31, 1837, 31 25 Wm. A. Fletcher, one quarter year's sala

ry as chief justice, ending Dec. 31, 1837, 400 00 6. George Morell

, one quarter year's salary as
associate justice, ending Dec. 21, 1837, 375 00
K. Pritchette, one quarter year's salary as

Secretary of State, ending December 31,
1837,

250 00 15. D. Houghton, State Geologist,

6,000 00
Elijah Ely, one of the committee
in case of Geo, Morell,

$45 45
John Berry, services as enrolling
clerk,

39 00
John Norton, jr., fiscal agent,
for
pay

of members of the
Senate and House of Repre-
sentatives,

12,491 30 John Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

for pay of members of the legislature, and other expenses,

3,632 94

16,208 69 19. John Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

for pay of members of legis-
lature,

8706 50
John Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

for pay of J. S. Bagg, and
Bagg, Barns & Co., account
for printing and stationery
furnished both houses of the
legislature,

7,403 99
L. L. Mason, six days attend.

Carried forward,

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730 00

5 75

100 00

Horatio James, witness in case G. Morell,
8. K. Pritchette, salary as Secretary of State

from Jan. 1 to Feb. 5,
9. S. Van Nest, witness before a
committee at Monroe,

$15 00
Geo. Sedgwick, services ren-

dered commissioner in revis-
ing laws,

65 00

80 00 7 12 9 19

35 00

7,224 84

13. Rial Irish, witness in case of Geo. Morell,
15, Thurber, Halslack and Barbour, do. do.
21. F. Cowdery, recording journal adjourned

session of legislature,
Mar. 1. Internal improvement fund—this amount

loaned the commissinners,
2. Wm. F. Shepard, witness in case Geo.

Morell,
3. Jno. Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

sundry expenses of legisla-
ture,

$230 75
Jno. Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

sundry expen's of legislature, 171 00

6 40

Carried forward,

3 00

Brought forward,
Mar. 3. Jno. Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

paid wm. Moore,
Jno. Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

several witnesses in case G.

Morell,
Henry C. Bunce, for Calhoun

County Patriot,

11 50

5 00

421 25

30 00

375 00

6. Rob't Abbott, auditor general,

and H. Howard, treasurer,

postage, (off,)
14. E. Farnsworth, one quarter year's salary,

ending Dec. 31, 1837,
28. P. Morey, half year's salary,

from Sept. 21, 1837, to 21st
March, 1838, 8400,

200 00
Geo. W. Wisner, as mem-

ber of the legislature and
mileage,

163 50
John Gallaway, witness in case
Geo. Morell,

2 50
Daniel Pittman, inspector 3d
division militia,

70 00

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531 25

375 00

3. Geo. Morell, one quarter year's salary end

ing March 31, 1838,
4. Epaphs. Ransom, one quarter

year's salary ending March
31, 1838,

$375 00
Samuel Forsyth, for bread fur.
nished militia,

6 25
S. N. Gantt, witness in case of
Geo. Morell,

10 63

391 88

Carried forward,

Brought forward, Apr. 7. H. Howard, one quarter year's salary as treasurer, ending March 31,

125 00 11. Elon Farns worth one quarter

year's salary as chancellor,
ending March 31,

375 00
Hals year's instalment, interest,

due May 1, 1838, on $100,-
000 state stock, payable at
Phænix bank, N. Y.

3,000 00

3,375 00 14. Morse & Brother, stationery

furnished Executive, Secre-
tary of State and Treasu-
rer's offices,

$56 05
C. J. Walker, editor Grand
River Times, papers,

3 00
H. A. Mansfield, services ta-

king census of Monroe co., 30 00
W. A. Fletcher, chief justice,

one quarter year's salary
ending 31st March,

400 00
W. A. Fletcher, services revi-

sing laws, one quarter year,
ending 8th March,

375 00
John S. Bagg, advanced him
account printing state

5,000 00
S. McKnight, Quartermaster

General Michigan militia,
pay of sundry persons,

114 17
Jno. Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

pay of sundry members of the legislature,

22,279 50
Interest on $10,000 Palmyra

and Jacksonburgh railroad
state stock, falling due May
1, 1834, at Manhattan bank, ·
New York,

350 00
O. Marsh, services as librarian, 291 00

28,898 72 18. Jno. Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

several warrants for pay of
members and other expen-
ses of the legislature, viz:

on

laws,

Carried forward,

Brought forward,
one for $326 00, one for
$1,399 50, one for $1,123 20,
one for $8,250 51, one for
$947 81,

$12,047 08

12,047 08

15 00

April 20. L. M. Mason and Ira Porter, witnesses be

fore committee investigating locations of

the northern and soulheru railroad,
21. Jno. Norton, jr., fiscal agent,

warrants for pay of mein-
bers and other expenses of
the legislature, viz: one for
$150 17, one for $888 00,
one for $307 78,

$1,345 95

1,345 95

270 00

312 50

5 62

E. J. Roberts, salary as commissioner su

perintending publication of the revised

laws up to April 20,
23. Thomas Fitzgerald, salary as bank com-

missioner up to April 18,
24. A. Fuller and Ira Davis, witnesses in case

of Geo. Morell,
25. Jno. Norton, jr., fiscal agent, sundry war-

rants, each $8, 86, $35,
B. Farrand, this amount loaned him,
26. John Gibson, services attending sup. court,
27. Lemuel Goodell, services as meinber of

court martial, first division brigade in

spector,
28. John Norton, jr., fiscal agent, sundry ex-

penses legislature,
May 4. Michigan state bank; this am't

borrowed of said bank, $40,000 00
Interest on do, from January
1st to May 4,

825 00

49 00 800 00 120 50

41 00

454 19

40,825 00

312 50

A. Felch, bank coinmissioner, one quarter

year's salary up to May 2,
11. Paid Messrs Burch & Field

for teaming arms &c. from
Fort Gratiot to Detroit,

$40 00
K. Pritchette, bank commis-

sioner, one quarter year's sa-
lary ending May 7,

312 50

Carried forward,

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