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THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION OP THE STATES THEY MTJST BE PRESERVED.''
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XVI.
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1849.
Number 788.
. - . 4 - - V i - -
rgE NORTH CAROLINA STANDARD
IS PUBLI8HED WEIKLY, BY
WILLIAM W. HOLDEN,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. '
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it?. -
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' coSptroller's report.
CONTINUED.
rnM.ES L. Hinton, Treasurer of the Literary Fund
in account wnn inc. on "
DR.
. i T TT
una Nov. To casn receivea m. .
Jones, v;asn r 01 me bsuh
Fear, being a dividend on 112 shares of
etnrk held in said anx, Dy interna
Improvement Fund,
W. H. Jones, Cash'r being dividend
336 00
of 3 per cent on 10 shares ot stocK neia
in the Bank of Cape Fear by the State,
(unappropriated)
Jno. Y. Hicks to be applied to the
credit of Charles Hays of Macon
county, assigned of Jno. Dobson, for
the purchase of Cherokee lands, tract
No. 12, section No. 9, (sale of 1822,)
James A. Turner, late Sheriff of John
ston, as additional taxes for 1847,
ec. Sheriff ot Cherokee Co., being in
full of his public tax for 1847,
30 00
105 00
5C 40
200 31
Jacob Siler agent tor toe collection
of Cherokee Bonds,
Wm. H. Jones Cash'r being amount
loaned the State by the Bank of Cape
Fear
Edmund B. Freeman Clerk of the Su
841 92
40000 00
330 00
preme Court on Attorney License,
J. Cathey, Wm. Patton and George
W. Hayes, being a board of valuation
under an Act of the Legislature for the
sale of Cherokee lands, in Macon Cher
okee c'ty, which had been surrendered
to the State,
1849 Feb'y For this sum received of C.
Dewey, Cash'r being the nett amount
of a note negotiable and payable at the
B'k of the State, for seventy-one thou
sand one hundred and forty-eight dol
lars, in pursuance of a Resolution of
the General Assembly for the relief of
the Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road,
March. Wm. F. Collins, being principal
and interest on his bond given for the
purchase of Public Buildings, State
Offices, . "
E. Smith being in full oLbisnote giv
en lor the purchase of the old enclosure
around the Capital square, .
"This sum being ain't of State bonds
issued under an act of the General As
sembly passed, "at its Session of 1848
mri ti rorloomnhle in 10 vears.
402 00
21,128 14
550 12
"V.
21 75
18,000 00
675 00
dill -M 9 "- ww. mT
i " Jacob Siler agent for tho collection of
Cherokee Bonds, m
" Thi being amount of State Bonds is
sued under an act of Gen'l Assembly,
passed at its Session of 1848 and 49
redeemable in tenyr's,
May. Win. H. Jones Cash'r being a div
idend of 3 per cent declared on 112
shares of stock held in the Bank of
Cape Fear by the B'd of Internal Im
provements, " Wm. H. Jones Cash'r of the Bank of
Cape Fear, being dividend on 10 shares
of stock held in said Bank by the State,
unappropriated,
" This amount being for State Bonds is
sued under an act of the Gen'l Assem
bly passed at its session of 1848 and
4!, redeemnable in ten yr's,
June. E. B. Freeman, Clerk of the Su
preme Court tax on Attorney's License,
14 This amount being for sale of State
Bonds issued under an act of the Gen
eral Assembly passed at its session of
lfua and 49. "redeemable in ten years,
21,700 00
336 00
30 00
50,000 00
180 00
10,200 00
July. This amount being for the sales of
State Bonds issued under an act oi ine
General Assembly passed at its session
ot and 4U, redeemaDie in ten
years,
100,100 00
" W. H. Jones Cash'r being interest for
12 months on $50,000 of the W llming
ton and Raleigh Rail Road Bonds held
by the State and endorsed by the
State, 3,000 00
" F. J. Hill one of the Board of Internal
Improvements, amount of bis expen
ses returned, 10 00
" Green Hill Superinlendantof the Cap
ital for old brick sold belonging to the
State, 5 00
Aut. Sundry Sheriffs being amount of
Public Taxes paid by them this month, 18,688 59
" Jacob Siler agent for the collection of
Cherokee Bonds, 800 00
u W. W. Clark as tax due the State be
ing 25 cents on 2250 shares of stock
held in the Merchant's Bank of New-
bern by individuals, 562 50
M 0. G. Parsley Pres't of the Commercial
B'k of Wilmington as a tax of 25 cents
on 1823 shares of stock held in said
Bank by individuals, 455 75
" James R. Dodge Clerk of the Supreme
Court at Morgan ton, being tax on At
torney License, 180 00
"spt. Sundry Sheriffs being amount of
public tax paid into the Treasury this
month, 93,743 58
- Sheriff of Caswell Co., being the
juonc tax of said county lor iai, b07
Taos. R. Gibbs Sh'ff of Hyde county
& an additional return of public tax for
1848. 3 47
U 'Pi . ' ... .
o.8 amount on bonds issued under an
ct of the General Assembly passed at
li session of 1818 and 49, to aid the
instruction of the Fayetteville Plank
Road, 24,500 00
Charles Dewey Chashr being tax on
ndiridual stock held in the Bank of the
je, , , 2,243 25
W. H. Jones Cashier of the Branch . .
"ankof Pans foorot Poloirrh Kolnrr trk V
n individual stock held in said Bank, 2,389 00
Jacob Silpr 9iren fnr ttia ,! 1nin (
Cherokee Bonds, 345 00
$412,756 01
?' To balance in hands of Public
1 feasurer as Treasurer of the Fund 1st
"J Nov. 1849, $39,238 04
iRia xr CR.
'it8 Nov. l. By balance due Public
P , t4 a9 treasurer oi ine ruouc
linn rt i t .
, on the 1st of Nov. 1848,
T1 Pitd' bei"2 am'tof disburs
37,068 08
of disbursements
"llIe I'ublic T
reasury, from 31st of
Oct. 1848 to the 1st Nov., 1849, - 336,449
Balance, 39,238
9412,756
Disbursements, 184&-49.
Judiciary i
Nov. Cash paid Seaton Gales for printing,
publishing and distributing Supreme
C't Reports,
" R. M. Pearson, Judge, his half year's
" D. F.Caldwell do do
" John L. Bailey, do do
" John M. Dick do do
B. F. Moore Ato. Gen'l 4 certificates,
" H. C.Jones, Sol. 11 certificates,
M Th. S.Ashe, Sol. 10
Dec. M. E. Manly, Judge, his half year's
salary
263
975
975
975
975
80
220
200
975
975
975
" Thos. Settle,
Aug". Moore,
R. R. Heath,
J. S. Hawks,
TT Ci. Jrirfc.
do do do
do do do
So). 9 certs,
do 2 do
do 1 do
180
40
20
ti
W. J. Caldwell, 1 do
20
625
Jan. Thos. Ruffin, Chief Just. Supreme
Court, his 4th auarter's salary,
" Fred Nash, Judge do do
" W. H. Battle, do do do
" Ex'rs of J. J. Daniel, late Judge of the
Supreme Court, his 4th qur's salary.
" E. B. Freeman, Clerk to the Supreme
Court, for salary and Record Books,
B. F. Moore, Atto. Gen'l attending
Supreme Court,
" B. S. Gaither, Sol. 9 certs.
" J. F. Poindexter, do 6 do
" J. S. Hawks, do 1 do
" James Iredell, Reporter to Supreme
Court,
" Seaton Gales, printing for Supreme
Court,
Apl. Thomas Ruffin, Chief Jus. Supreme
Court, his 1st quarter's salary,
F. Nash, Judge do do
" R. M. Pearson do do
" J. F. Poindexter, Sol. 6 certs.
" B. S. Gaither, do 5 do
" J. S. Hawks, do 1 do
" T. S. Ashe, do 2 do
" J. T. C.Wiatt, Marshal to the Supreme
Court,
" B. F. Moore, Atto. Gen. 8 certificates,
E. B. Freeman, Clerk to the Supreme
Court, being his half year's salary, in
cluding also bis pay for recording and
for Books,
May. M. E. Manly, Judge, his half year's
salary,
" Thos. Settle, Judge, do do
" J. M. Dick, do pt. do do
" B. F. Moore, Atto. Gen. 2 certificates,
" J. S. Hawks, Sol. 10 do
" Dan'l Coleman, do 11 do
" W.N. H.Smith do 10 do
" B. S. Gaither, do 4 do
June. D. F. Caldwell, Judge, his half
year's salary,
" J. L. Bailey, do do do
J. M. Dick, bal. do do do
" W. H. Battle, do do do
" John W. Ellis, do do do
" J. F. Poindexter, Soli'tor, 5 certificates,
" R. R. Heath, do 1 do
M John S.. Hawks, dd 1 do
James Iredell, Reporter for Supreme
Court,
" Seaton Gales, Printing for Supreme
Court,
Seaton Gales, for printing and distrib
uting Supreme Court Reports, Dec.
Term, also for extra copies,
July. Thomas Ruffin, Cb. Jus. 2d quar
ter's salary.
F. Nash, Judge, do do
" R. M. Pearson, do do
B. F. Moore, Atto. Gen'l. attending
Sup. Court,
D. Coleman, Sol. 2 certs,
" E. B. Freeman, Clerk to Supreme
Court, his i year's salary, and for re
625
625
625
112
100
180
120
20
300
63
625
625
625
120
100
20
40
182
160
744
975
975
720
40
200
220
200
80
975
975
255
975
975
100
20
20
150
43
858
625
625
625
100
20
cording the proceedings for said Court
and Record Books,
" James R. Dodge Cl'k of Supreme
Court at Morganton, for two Rec'd.
Books,
" J. T. C. Wiatt, Marshal to Supreme
Court,
E. B. Freeman, for Furniture of Sup.
Court,
Aug. B. F. Moore, Atto. Gen. attending
Supreme Court.
B. S. Gaither, Sol. 2 certs,
" Th. S. Ashe, Sol. 10 do
" John H. DeCarteret, for services ren
dered the Supreme Court and Judiciary
ofN. C.
Sept. B. F. Moore, Atto. Gen'l 4 certifi
cates, T. S. Ashe, Sol. 3 certs,
" J. R. Dodge, Cl'k of Supreme C'rt at
Morganton, for salary, recording, &c,
" Milton W. Kincaid, Shff of Burke, at
tending on Supreme Court at Morgan
ton, August Term,
Oct. F. Nash, Judge Supreme Court, his
3d qu'r sal'y
" R. M. Pearson, do do do ;
J. F. Poindexter, Solicitor, 6 certifi-
B. s! Gaither, do 3 do
" W. H. Battle, Judge, p't of his half
year's salary,
771
22
96
15
100
40
200
64
80
60
441
78
625
625
120
60
575
$29,232 80
Public Printing.
Nov. Cash paid Thos J. Lemay his bill
for printing,
r Do do "
Do do . "
Do do
Do do
Dec. C. C. Raboteau his bill for print
ing, ,
" W . Whitaker do '- do
Jan'y. W. W. Holden da do
Feb'y. C. C. Raboteau do do
C. B. Root administrator W . R. Gales,
Thomas Loring per Resolution,
4i do " do printing School Dis
tribution, . .
Thos. J. Lemay his printing bill,
W. Hill Sec'y of State, by annual al
lowance for superintending public
printing, .
April.' Wesley Whitaker printing Journ's
of the Legislature of 1848 and 49,
June. C. C. Raboteau printing for Treas
ury Department,
8 50
17 00
18 25
9 00
19 75
7
7
1
28
1230
8
8 -
77
100
642
. 9
37
5
41
- 5
1700 -
392
; 2
122
21
60
July. W. W. Holden his printing ac
count,
Jno. Brown do do
Aug. Seaton Gales do do Ex.
Department.
Sept. Dennis Heartt do do
May. Thos. J. Lemay printing Laws and
Journals,
" Do do , Treas. Report, ,
Do do Blank Keep's,
C. RaboteauT printing form for tax
lists,
Do do Common Sch'l warrants,
J. H. DeCarteret binding Laws and
Books for the State,
$4579 74
89
04
Post Office.
1848 Nov. Cash paid Wm. White, Post
Master, his bill.
01
Jan'y
March
May
June
Sept'r
it
$267
422
2
139
35
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Capitol Square.
1848 Nov. Barns and Stronach balance
due them on contract for ..enclosing
Capitol Sqnare,
1849 Oct'r. Green Hill, for Locks to
Gates, t-
" Pnttick and Findlater deepening well
. on the square, cutting rock, &c,
$563
998
' 316
29
148
Stationary Ac't.
Nov. Sandry Bill of Stationary,
Feb'y. Henry . Ttlef4or Stationary,
April. Do do do
May. Hogan and Thompson do
00
00
00
00
00
$792
00
00
Governor's House.
Nov. J.J. Briggs for work at Govern
or's House,
Dec. Do do do
" M. B. Royster do do
Jan. Joseph Woltering do
Feb. L. O. Manly private Sec. being in
part of appropriation for furnishing
Governor's House,
Henry Patterson for work at Executive
Mansion,
March. Williams, Haywood & Co., for
Paints, Oils &c, to the use of Govern
. or's House,
Henry Levy painting of Governor's
House,
M. B. Royster for sundry repairs at the
Governor's House,
" Joseph Woltering sundry repairs at
Governor's House,
April. L. C. Manly Private Secretary,
part of appropriation for furniture for
Governor's House,
Henry Patterson for brick masonry
done at the Governor's House,
00
80
00
00
00
700
55
78
57
179
00
00
45
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
89
150
4
$1323
71
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
95
Fund or Internal Improvements.
1848 Nov. W. M. Morrison, Governors
Private Secretary and Clerk to Board
of Internal Improvement to defray ex
penses of the members of said Road,
S. Birdsall for 43 days work done for
the Internal Improvement Board,
Feb'y W. F. Collins amount of Chero
kee Land Funds being amount for ser
vices rendered in keeping the ac'ts of
Cherokee Bonds by Resolution of the
General Assembly passed in 1848 and
49,
April L. C. Manly Sec'y to Internal Im
provement Board to defray expenses of
the members of said Board,
June L. C. Manly to defray expenses of
the Board of Internal Improvements,
July S. Birdsall Cor services rendered the
Board of Internal Improvement,
1848 L. C. Manly Sec'y to the Board of
Internal Improvement to defray expen
ses of the members of said Board t o
Fayetteville,
Do do
Do . do
Do do
Do do
Do do
51 00
129
450
110
40
75 00
47
00
00
00
00
00
$988
Interest on Raleigh and Gaston R. R. Bonds.
1848 Dec. Charles Dewey Cashier, being
interest due in conas oi me itaieigu
and Gaston Rail Road Company,
1849 April Charles Dewey Cashier, in
terest on Rail Road Bonds,
201
36
225
18,519
390
May Charles Dewey Cash'r do
July Chas. Dewey Cash'r do
Aug. Unas. JJewey do do
30
60
00
25
00
00
00
70
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Jan'y Chas. Dewey do do
19,704
$39,075
Treasury Notes Burnt.
1848 Dec. For this sum as allowed by
the Committee of Finance, on Treasu
ry Notes returned at the Public Treasury,
$2 95
$2 95
1848 Pensioners.
Dec. Paid Ann Patterson her pension
claim,
32
50
100
80
80
200
50
50
32
80
" Alexander Taylor his do
1849 Martha Thompson her do
Jan. Theoph's Gardner, his do
44 Wm. Sasser, his do
" Jesse Rhem, his do
41 Thomas Ewell, his do
June Martha Spies, her do
Sept. Ann Patterson, her do
44 Sally Peacock, her do
$755
5
86
5
153
1848 Public Librart.
Dec. Paid Abel Heard, from State ap-
propriation,
M.
M. Robeson.
March. R. S. James, subscription to
Southern Lilt. Mess.
June E. B. Freeman, books for State Li
brary, $250
1849 Valuation of Cherokee Lands.
Jan. Paid John Cathey, Wm. Patton and
George W. Hayes, a Board constituted
for the valuation of Cherokee l'ds pro
vided for by Act of the Legislature, for
the Counties of Macon and Cherokee, 402 00
1849. International Exchanges.
Jan. Paid Alexander Vattemare, in pur
suance of the provisions of an Act of
the last Gen'l Assembly, to provide for
the support of the system of Interna
tional, Literary and Scientific Ex
changes, 30 00
Apl. Henry D. Turner, for Books furn
ished Mons. Vattemare, by Resolution .
of General Assembly, 459 00
50
50
00
00
92
00
00
50
00
00
50
50
00
50
00
00
72
00
35
00
25
$795
Ralejgh and Gaston Rail Road Bonds Princi
iQQ PAL.
Jan. Paid sundry Bonds of the Raleigh
and Gaston Rail Road Company,
Feb. Sundry Bonds of R. and G. R. R.
Apl. . do . do do do
May do , do - do . lo
12,000
4,000
5,500
4,500
$26,000
Interest on State Loan.
1849 Jan. Wm. H. Jones Cashh'r of the
Branch Bank of Cape Fear at Raleigh,
being semi-annual interest on $90,000,
July Interest oh sundry State Bonds, or
teript
2,700
657
71
13
43 23
24 24
52 56
31 01
70 7
45 55
interest on State
3,705
$7,147
Insolvent Polls.
1849 Jan'y C. N. White Sheriff of Cabar
rus county, for Insolvent Polls for
1844-'5and 1846,
" A. S. Moring Sheriff of Martin Coun
ty for Insolvent Polls for 1846,
Sept'r Ji W. Cooper late Sheriff of Nash
for 60 Insolvent Polls, as allowed by
County pourtjV-' -
47
i
00
00
00
$59
12
11
1
100
1 . State Capitol.
949 Jan'y James W. Walton for 36
00
13
66
02
48
inairs purchased for btate (JapuoJ,
March Joseph Woltering. work done at
- the Capitol,
: "SI. BV Royster for work done on Sec-
J 'retarjr of State's' office,
: June Wm. Ashley for relayingfioor in the
aecreiary oi state's oflice,
29
$125
Aug. Do do do .
Sept.Dododo
July Wm. H. Jones
Loans by Bank,
Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road Debts.
1849 Feb'y W. W. Vass Treas Raleigh
r and Gaston Rail Road to pay for Iron
-h for the said Road as per Resolution of
the General Assembly, . 2,829 73
ti Chas. Manly Chairman ex officio of the
Board of Commissioners for the man
agement of the Raleigh and Gaston R.
Road in pursuance of an order of said
Board to be appropriated to the pay
ment of certain debts of said Road pro
vided foby Resolution of the General
-' Assembly, which said debts have been
passed upon by the said Board, 16,531 78
MarchV Uriah Weills being one of the .
depts pro vided to be paid by Resolution
of the Gen. Assembly for the repairs '
of an Engine, 2,100 00
. .W. W. vass, Treas. to pay for Iron
provided for by Resolution of the Gen
eral Assembly, 5,300 00
April. Gov. Manly Chairman of the Board
of Commissioners-Tor the management
of the Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road
to beapplied to the payment of certain
3 47
3 95
1 00
X 65
00
75
12
50
70
14
00
50
78
debts provided to be paid by the Legis
lature and passed upon,
2,314
3,526
1 1 hi w aoa, ijcos a Avail ivuau iu t J
for Iron provided for by Resolution,
June. W. W. Vass Treas'r of the Rail
Road being funds set apart by Resolu- -
tion of the General Assembly for the
support of the Road, 2,659 62
Aug. W. W. Vass, Treas'r being balance '
of an appropriation of $15,000 to repair
Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road, 683 58
July. Cbarls Dewey Cash'rbeing amount
of Bonds given by Gov. Graham under
advice of his Council for the benefit of -the
Raleigh and Gaston R. Road and
subsequently directed to be paid by the
General Assembly at its session of 1848
and 49, interest included, 25,739 55
Sept'r. Gov. Manly Chairman of the Board
. of Commissioners to be applied to the
-pajn)Cnf of Winston & Simons, debt
T provided to bit paid by Resolution Gen
eral Assembly and passed upon by the
Board,. 202 07
00
00
50
00
62 50
$61,887
00
Council of State.
1849 March L. C. Manly Private Secre
tary to Gov, Manly to defray expenses
of the Council of State,
State Loan.
1849 July W. H. Jones Cashier of the
Bank of Cape Fear being loan made
to the State by Resolution of the Gene
ral Assembly,
1849 Executive Department.
Jan. Paid Gov. Graham his 4th qr. sal'y,
44 Wm. H. Morrison Private Secretary
his 4th quarter salary 1848,
44 do do do servant hire,
Apl. 44 Gov. Manly his 1st quar. salary,
44 L. C. Manly Priv. Sec. his 1st qr. sal.
July. 44 Gov. Manly his 2d quar. salary,
44 L. C. Manly Priv. Sec. his 2d qr. sal.
Oct. 44 Gov. Manly his 3d quar. salary,
44 L. C. Manly Priv. Sec. bis 3d qr. sal.
171
00
00
00
00
00
90,000
00
500
75
48
500
75
500
75
500
75
00
$2,348
1849 Treasury Department.
Jan. Paid C. L. Hinton Pub. Treas. his
4th quarter salary 1849,
44 S. Birdsall Clerk do do
Apl. 44 C. L. Hinton Pub. Treas. his 1st
quarter salary 1849,
44 S. Birdsall Clerk do do
July. 44 C. L. Hinton Pub. Tres. his 2d
quarter salary 1849,
44 S. Birdsall Clerk do do
Oct. 44 C. L. Hinton Pub. Treas. his 3d
quarter salary 1849,
44 S. Birdsall Clerk do do
50
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
50
00
375
125
375
125
375
125
375
125
00
50
00
00
77
$2,000
1849 State Department.
Jan. Paid Wm. Hill his 4th qr. sal. 1848,
A pi. 44 44 44 1st 44 44 1849,
July. 44 44 44 2d 44 44 44
Oct. 44 44 44 3d 44 44 44
200
200
200
200
$800
1849. Comptroller's Depantment.
Jan. Paid Wm. F. Collins, Comptroller
his 4th quarter salary 1848r 250
Apl. 44 do do 1st do do 1849 250
July 44 do do 2d do do 44 250
Oct. 44 do do 3d do do 44 250
00
$1,000
1849 Adjutant General.
Jan. Paid R. W. Haywood, Adj. Gen.
his half year' 8 salary,
July. 44 do do do
100
100
$200
1849 Superintendent Public Buildings.
Jan. Paid G. Hill, Sop. his 4th qr. sal. '48 65
Apl. 44 do do 1st do '49 65
July 44 do do 2d do 44 65
Oct. " do do - 3d do 44 65
00
$260
1848 ! State Librarian.
Nov. Paid James F. Taylor, Librarian,
1849. his salary for the year 1848,
Feb. 44 do do his 4th qr. sal. for '46,
Apl. 44 do do his 4th and 1st qr, sal. '
for 1848 and 1849, ,
300
75
150
00
00
00
00
$525
'. ... J
750
75
00
1849 Weights, and Measures.
SepU Paid F. Myers & Co., Philadel
phia, being his bill for furnishing
Weights and Measures,
44 Bill for Standard Measures provided
for by Act of Assembly,
'00
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July. Paid S. M. Fox, State Engineer,
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Aug. 44 S. M. Fox, Engineer, surveying
and locating Salisbury and Western
Turnpike Road,
44 Wm. Hill, Sec. of State, for furnish
ing" Engineer with a copy of the Re
port of Prof 'r. Mitchell upon survey
of Road,
44 S. M. Fox, Engineer, for survey of
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1849. Stock in Fayetteville Plaxk Road.
Oct. Paid Sam'l Tillinghast, Treasueujf
Fayetteville and Western Plank Road,
being first payment of State subscrip
tion of $40,000 to stock in said Road, 10,000 00
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Dec. Paid John Ellis, mem. Ho. Com.
44 Leonidas - Lemay, " as Eng'r'g Clerk
pro tem. .
1849 Jan. John Barnard, member Senate,
H. W. Conner do
John Walker do
John H. Drake do
John Exum do
Wm. B. Shepard do
W. J. T. Miller do
D. D. Daniel do
B. F. Eborn do
John F. Spicer do
Henry Willey do
George Bower do
Calvin Graves, Speaker Senate
Th. D. Smaw, member Senate
Wyatt Moye, do
Alex. Murchison, do
John A. Rowland do
. Robert Kendall do
. James Collins do
J. W. Thomas do
Lewis Thompson do
Robt. H. Hester do
-Geo. F. Davidson do
W. S. Ashe do
E. S. Bell do
Wm D. Bethell do
John Reich do
J. M. Worth do
John A. Gilmer do
Wm. Albright do
Rich'd. Wootcn do
S. Graham . . do .
M. J. Fafson do
W. H. Washington do
John Hargrove do
W. N. H. Smith do
Andrew Joyner. do
Wm. B. Lane do
A. B. Hawkins do
E. G. Speight do
Geo. W. Thompson do
J. M. S. Rogers do
J. A. Lillington do
W. H. Thomas do
N. W. Woodfin do
S. F. Patterson do
Daniel Ward do
John Berry "do
W. H. Watson do
Henry W. Miller, Prin. Clerk,
P. McGowan, Doorkeeper,
H. W. H usted, Ass. Clerk,
Green Hill, Doorkeeper,
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Wm. J. Blow
Henry T. Farmer
Newton Coleman
Sam'l J. Person
Tilman Farrer
James L. Moseley
Calvin Koonce
Chris. D. Foy
James J. Williams
Robt. J. McDowell
N. A. Harrison
Andrew H. Shuford
Henry Walser
William Wilkins
David D. Allen
Thomas H. Williams
Thos. Grijrgs
Jesse J. Gamble
Ale,x. C. Mcintosh
Wm. B. Wadsworth
F. B. Satterthwaite
E. M Campbell
Wm. Thigpen
Thomas B. Nicholls
James Y. Hararick
Albert G. Logan
Council Wooten
Samuel N. Stowe
Walter L. Steele
J. M. Leach
Allen Skeen
Nathaniel E. Kennedy
Joseph W. Scott
Jennings S. Piggott
Nathaniel L. Williams
Dennis D. Ferebee
C. W. Williams
James Sheek
Albert A. Oglesby
James W. Doak
L. B. Carmichael
W. K. Martin
Josh. M. Taylor,
George W. Pegram
James H. White
-F. D. Reinhardt
John McNeill
Calvin Johnson
D. A. G. Palmer
James C. Dobbin
Geo. S. Stephenson
Geo. W. Greene
Arthur JJrown
Nicholas N. Nixon
David W. Spivey
Wm. F. Dancey
Thomas J. Person
Kader Biggs
Isaac White
J. M. Clement,
W. W. Hayman
Zebedee Russell
Andrew M. Gamble
James H. Headen
George W. Hayes
Reuben Mast
Daniel Hacknej
John N. Davis
John V, Sherrard
Tod R. Caldwell
John Stockard
Jonathan Trail
T. L. Skinner
John Blackburn . '
Ricliard Jones
'. Amos Herring
Isaac B. Kelly
James G. Dixon ,
Jno. Y. Hicks
Calvin Edney
Thos. VV. Keene .
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R. B. Gilliam, Speaker do
Charles McCleese do
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. . Johnston R. Hargrave do
F. A. Thornton. - do
C. H. K. Taylr do
Frederick S. Poctor do
Curtis Ht'Brogden do
Wiley Bean do
H. C. Jones ;v do
David Fi Caldwell do
E. P. Miller do
. . : Patterson H.' McDade do
Rufus II. Jones do
Spence McClanahan do
A. J. Leach do
Robert T. Payne 4o
T. S.D. McDowell do
' Daniel W. Courts do
Cad. Jones, Jr. do
James D. Newsom do
Lynn B. Sanders do
Berry D. Simms do
Grles.Mebane do
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v Edward Stanly do
Kenneth Rayner do
Rufas Barringer -do
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R. K. Bryan, En'g
J. L. Badger 44
L. E. Thompson"
Jno. Price 44
Q. Busbee 44
H: M. Wauffh 44
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O. H. Perry 44 44
W. H. Joyner 44 44
J. L. Erwin. mem. H. C.
W. R. Lovel Prin.. Door Keeper,
W. Webster, Ass't do do '
' Jane S. Johnson for Firewood for
Legislature
R. H. Page articles furnished do
J. E. Lumsden work done for do
Feb'y P'd Joseph Halsey, mem. Senate
Wm. Hill, Sec. State cop'g laws
P. Busbee per Resolution
W. J. Clarke do -
P F Pescud do
Wm Thompson do
Wm. J. Lougee do
Jas McKimmon do
T. H. Selby do
March 44 Heniy W. Miller copying Jour
nals of the Senate
Rich'd Smith, for articles furnish
ed Legislature
$44,632 66
1848
Presidential Elections.
Paid Sheriff ol Caswell County 13 33
44 Mecklenburg 44 29 36
Edgecomb 44 12 12
44 Hertford 44 .21 83.
" Currituck 44 41 28
44 New Hanover 44 25 16.
" Nash 44 8 13
44 Onslow 44 21 33
44 Cleveland 44 35 83
44 Anson 44 22 90
44 Bertie 44 20 66
44 Camden' tt 37 95
44 Chatham 44 8rt)0
44 Northampton 4 22 001
44 Iredell - - t - 27 70
44 Cherokee. 44 7196
44 Buncombe 44 -4? 33
44 Haywood 14 52 50
44 Polk 44 . 42 70
44 Beaufort 44 22 50
44 Ashe 44 37 50
44 Caldwell 44 37 50
44 Cabarrus 44 37 75
44 Orange 44 8 50
44 Davie 44 23 50
44 Rowan 44 23 90
44 Stokes 44 22 50
44 Chowan tt 3l 83
44 Gates 44 29 66
,44 Johnston 44 6 66
44 Halifax 44 20 00
44 Rockingham 44 14 16
44 Columbus 44 23 50
44 Henderson 44 52 50
" Macon 44 .59 16
, " Rutherford 4.4 40 16
" Hydo 4 35 50
44 Randolph 44 17 50
" Wilkes 44 32 50
" Stanly 44 24 41
Richmond 44 19 16
4 Craven 44 22 50
" Davidson 44 19 83
" Lincoln 44 32 06
4 Surry 44 30 00
' Perquimans 44 32 50
44 Pasquotank 44 36 83
44 Lenoir 44 15 83
44 w Granville 44 9 00
44 Montgomery 44 21 53
44 Wayne 44 11 66
4 Greene 44 14 00
44 Robeson 44 18 50
44 Pitt 44 18 33
44 Guilford 44 16 17
44 Jones , 20 00
44 Person 44 10 83
44 Franklin 44 7 67
'4 Burke 35 83
44 Sampson 44 13 13
" Cumberland 44 12 33
44 Carteret 44 29 17
Elec's of Prest. J. W. Osborne 35 00
" Jno. Winslow 15 00
" Jno. Baxter " 56 80
" " R. Galloway 23 25
" 44 John Kerr ... 16 20
44 . 44 George Davis ' 29 80
44 H. W. Miller 3 00
Sh'ff Washington Co., 25 00
44 Alexander 44 ' 31 86
44 rTyrreli 44 1 35 80
44 Moore - 44 11 66
44 Yancy t. 45 gj
44 Martin 44 : 18 83
Elec's Prest. T. R. Caldwell - 47 00
44 44 K. Rayner 28 40
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1848. Senatorial Ei
Nov'r. P'd Sh'ff Montgomery Co.,
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44 ' 44 Robeson
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In 1786, Gen. Washington imported two ploughs
from England, because he found our own too inferior
for good husbandry. Washington Republic
In 1849, Gen. Taylor imported 500 yards of Brus
sels carpet from England, because he found our own
too inferior for an American President to walk upon.
This is another proof chat Gen. Taylor is a second
rrasAington. f . VaUtmor Argus.
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If we are Dot struck with judicial blind oers, ve
shall cling to this Constitution as the marines cliairs
td ht last plank when night and the tempest , are
about him. Ltwu (Jabs.
Somebody, who writes more of truth than lie does
of poetry, says: 4 An Angel without money is not
so much thought of, now-a-days, as a devil with a
bag full of guineas."
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