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E. Longyear, to postage, box and drawer rent for State

offices, for quarter ending Sept. 30th, 1864,
viz:

Land office,...
Treasurer's office,
Governor's office,
Library office,

Secretary of State's office,
John Nagel, to services as porter in State offices, from

Sept. 28th to Nov. 23d, 1864, inclusive, 57

days, a $1 50,..
to wasbing 98 pieces, a 40,

to making towels and sheets,
State Treasurer, to postage stamps furnished to

Secretary of State,
Supt. Pab. Instruction,..

State Land Oflice,...
to postage stamps used in State Treasurer's

office, from Aug. 10th to Nov. 22d, incl., ..
to counterfeit and broken bank bills received

at the State Treasurer's office during the

fiscal year 1864,....
to paid C. H. Dunks, for repairing gold pen,
to paid exchange on coupons, $567 50, a

cent.,....
to paid commission on same, paid in New
York, o 1 1 cent.,

* ...
Henry A. Davis, to services as night watchman in

State offices from Nov. 20 to 15th, 14 nights, a $2,.
Thos. Bates, to sawing wood for offices 2 days,..
A. S. Paddleford, to sawing wood for offices 1 day, .
Van Keuren & Thompson, for Treasurer's office,

to 2 lights of glass, and setting same,..
Wm Hammond, to balance of salary as Qr. Master Gen-

eral, for third quarter ending the 30th day of Sept., 1864,

30 15

124 00

75

12

2 83

28 00 3.75 1 76

2 60

183 33 222 80 Wm. A Robinson, 2 160

66

L. B. Potter, to 1 No. 7 first qual. Morton gold pen for
Land Office,

$4 50 Franc B. Way, to adv. notice of sale of reserved min.

eral lands in the Branch County Gazette, 4 folios, 4 weeks, a $1 25,....

5 00 M. Gazemere, to sawing wood for State offices,... 4 00 to 13 days labor,......

3 07 The following amounts were allowed the commission

ers herein named, under the provisions of Act No.
21, Session Laws of 1864, to receive and return
the soldiers' votes, (Session Laws, 1864, p. 50, 6CC-
tion 32):

William Sinclair, 2,260 miles travel, o 10c,.... 226 00
Albert Miller, 1,712

171 20 Sylvester Higgins, 2,134

213 40 M. S. Bowen, 2,150

215 00 Jobn C. Laird, 2,150

215 00 T. G. Smith, 2,230

223 00 Jas. J. Hogaboom, 2,214

.... 224 40 Josiah Turner, 2,000

200 00 E. D. W. Burtch, 2,166

216 60 D. O. Farrand, 266

26 60 Caleb Clark, 1,666

166 60

November 28th, 1864.
E. C. Hinsdale, 2,300 miles travel, o 100,.... $230 00
Wm. B. Williams, 1,383

138 20 D. B. Harrington, 2,300

230 00 W. G. Rumuey, 2,014

201 40 John McNeil, 1,812

181 20 M. S. Hamilton, 2,300

230 00 Levi Sparks, 2,768

276 80 Wm. Hulsart, 2,228

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216 00 Henry H. Holt, 2,423

242 30 N. H. Biteley, 2,818

281 80

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P. C. Ayres, to labor, lumber, stone, nails and paints, for State offices,....

$117 75 A. S. Paddleford, to sawing and splitting 34 cords of wood, for offices, a $1,......

3 75 Joseph Graham, to 7 days services as night watchman, at State offices,

14 00 P. C. Andre, to adv. in Saginaw Valley Republican

sale of forfeited State lands, 3 folios, 4 weeks,..... 3 75 W. S. Wood, to services and expenses as messenger

in going to Berrien and Cass counties to secure election returns,..

33 88 J. Owen, to paid telegram to Monroe in regard to election returns,

45 A. Williams, Attorney General, to paid 2 telegrams,...

1 80 to paid for stationery,....

12 00 to paid for postage stamps,..

6 00 to paid for blank circulars, to Pros. Attys,.. 3 00 J. J. Speed, to services and expenses in going to Hills

dale county as messenger to procure election returns,

13 60

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