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1865 Schooner G. F. Foster.. 1865 Steamer (a Canadian) 1866 Schooner A. D. Fartior, 1866 Brig A. H. Mitchell* 1866 Propeller Brockwell* 1866 Schooner Burnsides. 1807 Schooner Kate Doak* 1867 Schooner Argo... 1869 Schooner Ben Flint 1871 Schooner City of Boston* 1872 | Schooner Jennie Lind 1875 Bark Kate Bully* 1875 Propeller City of Painesville* 1875 Schooner Thomas Mott. 1875 Schooner Suvenier.. 1875 Schooner Minnie Carlett... 1879 Schooner A. 0. Hanson. 1879 Schooner Mercury 1879 Tug Lamont.. 1879 Schooner Gen. Grant. 1879 Schooner G. P. Ward* 1879 Schooner Restless 1879 Schooner Gen. Worth. 1879 Schooner Chas, Smith. 1880 Propeller City of Toledo* 1880 Schooner City of New York.. 1880 Propeller Hilton 1880 Barge Rotter 1881 Schooner Thayer* 1681 Propeller Columbia* 1881 Schooner Wm. Sturgis* 1 Schooner Jefferson.

Schooner Frank Forest
Schooner David Vance.

8, 500 40,000 25, 000 30,000

4, 300 10, 500 25, 000 30,000 10, 500 20, 000 35, 000 25, 000 12, 000 12, 000 10, 000 12, 000

2,000 10,000 6,000

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$17,000 North of Ludington..

Unknown Off Hamlin.... 8, 000 16, 500 Off Ludington 36,000 76,000 Off Little Point Sable 15, 000 40,000 Off Lincoln 25,000 55, 000 Off Big Point Sable 4, 000 8,300

Off Ludington 8,000 18,500 .do 10,000 35, 000 Off Big Point Sable 20,000 50,000

do 5,500 16, 000

Off Ludington 10,000

30,000 North of Ludington. 25, 000 60,000 .do 20, 000 45, 000

Off Ludington'. 3, 500 15, 500 .do 3, 600 15, 600 South of Ludington.. 3, 000

13, 000 North of Ludington. 5,000 17, 000 Off Ludington

2, 000 South of Ludington. 2,000

12, 000 ...do 2,000 8,000

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Unknown 600 3, 600 ..do 30,000 70,000 North of Ludington.

Off Ludington 4, 500 24, 500

South of Ludington.. 60,000 130, 000 Off Ludington

7, 500 47, 500 Off Sheboygan, Wis. 35,000 115, 000 North of Big Point Sable.

10,000 On beach at Ludington 10,000 25, 500 Off Ludington 10,000 25, 500 Off Big Point Sable.

Off Ludington 646, 500 1, 705, 400

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All the cargoes were total losses. The captain of the schooner Thayer, which went ashore at Sheboygan, Wis., says that if there had been a harbor of refuge on the east shore of Lake Michigan he could have saved his vessel; as it was, he lost his vessel

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d'communication from the Secretary of the Interior, recommending an ar

propriation for twenty-five additional assistant ecaminers of patents.

MARCH 27, 1882.-Referred to the Committee on Appropriations and ordered to be

printed.

To the Senate and House of Representatives :

I transmit herewith a communication from the Secretary of the Interior, dated the 24th instant, with accompanying letter of the Commissioner of Patents, submitting a supplemental estimate for an appropriation of $52,500 for the employment of twenty-five assistant principal examiners of patents, at an annual salary of $2,100 each. The matter is commended for the consideration of Congress.

CHESTER A. ARTHUR. EXECUTIVE MANSION, March 27, 1882.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,

Washington, March 25, 1882. SIR: I have the ho nor to transmit herewith, with my approval, copies of a letter of the Commissioner of Patents, togther with a supplemental estimate for an appropriation of $52,500 for the employment of twentyfire assistant principal examiners of patents, at an annual salary of $2,100 each, the increase of force being necessary, in the opinion of the Commissioner of Patents, to properly and promptly transact the greatly augmented work of his office, and asks the favorable consideration of Congress. Very respectfully,

S. J. KIRKWOOD,

Secretary The PRESIDENT.

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