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OREGON.

Name. Residence. Exp'o of Term. P. A. Marqnam Portland....March 14, '60

WASHINGTON TERRITORY.

Wm. Bailsman Whatcom June 11, '62

J. C. L. Wadsworth." July 14, '62

REPUBLIC OP CHILE.
Name. Residence. Exp'n of Term.
Wm. L. Hobuon Valparaiso Feb. 24, '62

NEW CALEDONIA.
George Wallace Victoria, V. L.Aug. 5, '62

4. MISCELLANEOUS*

Flournoy Shockley .. .Port Warden...

John B. Shaefer ""

Julius Korn ""

Thomas Brennan ""

S. E. Woodworth ... .Pilot Commissioner

J. P. Haven ""

Charles Walsh ""

K W. Heath ""

William S. Wells ""

Charles Allison ""

R. B. Cunningham ""

Alexander G. Abell... Com'r Immigrants
John E. Addison State Gauger

Date of Com'n.

San Francisco ... Feb. 9, 1856 .. .Feb. 18, 1858 ...Feb. 18, 1858 .. .June 8, 1858 ...Sep. 24, 1856 ...Dec. 7, 185*7 .. .Feb. 27, 1858 ...April 1, 1858 Benicia & Vallejo Apr. 12, 1858 ;' Apr. 27, 1856 "July 23, 1858 San Francisco .. .April 6, 1857 ...May 25, 1858

XII.—MILITARY DEPARTMENT.

John B. Weller Commander-in-Chief.

William C. Kibbe... Quartermaster-Gen., Adjutant-Gen. and Insp'r-Gen.

Jos6 M. Covarrubias Major-General 1st Division

Andreas Pico Brigadier-General 1st Brigade, 1st Division

JohnONeill Brigadier-General 2d Brigade, 1st Division

Horace W. Carpentier Major-General 2d Division

Joshua P. Haven Brigadier-General 1st Brigade, 2d Division

Charles E. Allen Brigadier-General 2d Brigade, 2d Division

Samuel Booker Major-General 3d Division

(Vacant) Brigadier-General 1st Brigade, 3d Division

Thomas N. Cazneau Brigadier-General... .2d Brigade, 3d Division

Tolney E. Howard Major- General. 4th Division

N. Greene Curtis Brigadier-General 1st Brigade, 4th Division

0. C. Hall Brigadier- General 2d Brigade, 4th Division

John A. Sutter Major-General 5th Division

William C. Burnett Brigadier-General 1st Brigade, 5th Division

P. B. Hewlett Brigadier-General 2d Brigade, 5th Division

John D. Cosby Major-General 6th Division

D. D. Colton Brigadier-General 1st Brigade, 6th Division

S. H. Dosh Brigadier-General 2d Brigade, 6th Division

* These Officers derive their compensation from fees; term of office two years.

THE

STATE REQISTER,

FOR

18 5 3.

PAET FOURTH.

FINANCES, ETC.

I. —UNITED STATES.

1. Statement Of The Debt Of The United States, November, 1857.*

The public debt on the 4th of March, 1853, amounted to the sum of $69,129,937 27, and was subsequently increased to liquidate the debt of Texas, by the sum of $2,750,000, which gives the public debt at 171,879,937 27. It has since been reduced, up to the 17th day of November, 1857, the date of the Register's last report, to the sum of $25,165,154 51.

In addition to the public debt as above, there is due, under treaties with various Indian tribes, payable on time, the sum of $21,066,501 36. This debt, as it becomes payable, constitutes an item of annual expenditure, and is estimated for by the Department of the Interior.

2. Receipts And Expenditures Of The United States For The Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1857.

Receipts from Customs, quarter ending Sept.

30, 1856 $20,677,740 40

Receipts from Lands, quarter ending Sept.

30, 1856 892,380 39

Receipts from Miscellaneous and incidental

Sources 355,310 57

$21,925,431 36

Receipts from Customs, quarter ending Dec.

31, 1856 14,243,414 90

Receipts from Lands, quarter ending Dec. 31,

1856 808,252 86

Receipts from Miscellaneous and incidental

Sources 123,999 59

15,175,667 35

Receipts from Customs, quarter ending March

31, 1857 19,055,328 55

Receipts from Lands, quarter ending March

31, 1857 1,065,640 11

Receipts [from Miscellaneous and incidental

Sources 274,054 90

20,395,023 56

* Compiled from the Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, Dec. 1857.

Receipts from Customs, quarter ending June

30, 1857 $9,899,421 20

Receipts from Lands, quarter ending June 30,

1857 1,063,213 28

Receipts from Miscellaneous and incidental

Sources 172,756 92

$11,135,391 40

Total Receipts 68.631,513 67

Balance in the Treasury, July 1, 1856 19.901,325 45

Aggregate Means of the Treasury, for fiscal year ending

June 30, 1857 88,532,839 12

Expenditures: Civil, Foreign Intercourse and

Miscellaneous.. 27,531,922 37

Service in charge of Interior Department 5,358.274 72

Service in charge of War Department 19,261.774 16

Service in charge of Navy Department 12,726,856 69

Purchase of Public Debt, principal, premium

and interest 5,943,896 91

Total Expenditures 70,822,724 85

Balance in Treasury, close of fiscal year, June 30, 1857.. 17,710,114 27

The receipts of the first quarter of the current fiscal year, ending Sept. 30, 1857, were;

From Customs 18,573,729 37

From Public Lands 2,059,449 39

From Miscellaneous Sources 296,641 05

20,929,819 81

The estimated receipts during the three remaining quarters of the current fiscal year, to June 30, 1858, are:

From Customs 33,000.000 00

From Public Lands 3,000.000 00

From Miscellaneous Sources 750.000 00

Making an aggregate estimate of Means'

for the current year, of 75,389,934 08

The expenditures of the first quarter, ending

Sept. 30, 1857, were:

Civil, Foreign Intercourse, etc 7,315.789 00

Service, Interior Department 3,240,098 99

Service, War Department 7,290,950 83

Service, Navy Department 3,915,906 99

Purchase Public Debt, principal, premium

and interest 1,951,782 56

36,750,000 00

23,714,528 37

The estimated expenditures, during the three remaining quarters of the current fiscal

year, ending June 30,1858. are 51,248,530 04

'74,963,058 41

Leaving an estimated balance in the

Treasury, July 1, 1858 $426,875 67

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