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velops to members of the senate and assembly, session of eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, nine hundred and eighteen dollars and ninety-two cents ($918.92).

53. To David Clark, for stationery furnished for the use of the secretary of state's office, forty.one dollars and fifty. cents ($41.50).

54. To E. R. Borden, for services as private secretary of the governor during the present session of the legislature, three hundred dollars ($300.00):

55. To David Clark, for stationery furnished for the use of the treasury office, five dollars and fifty-four cents ($5.54).

56. To I. M. Tucker, for stationery furnished per order of stationery committee of the house of assembly, twelve hundred and sixty dollars ($1260).

57. To David Naar, for printing done for military purposes, &c., forty-three dollars and twenty.one cents ($43.21).

58. To David Clark, for stationery furnished for the use of the supreme court office, thirty-two dollars and ten cents ($32.10).

59. To David Clark, for stationery furnished for the use of the state library, twenty-eight dollars and eight cents ($28.08).

60. To David Clark, for stationery furnished for the use of the assembly, twenty-one dollars eighty-eight cents ($21.88.)

61. To David Clark, for stationery furnished for the use of the clerk in chancery's office, four hundred and thirtythree dollars ($433.00).

62. To David Clark, for stationery furnished for the use of the court of chancery, prerogative court and clerk's office, two hundred and sixty dollars and fifty-seven cents ($260.57).

63. To Lewis Parker, David S. Anderson and James H. McGuire, for appraising personal property at state prison, two hundred and four dollars ($204.00).

64. To John J. Strasser, for repairing and fitting up locks at state house, twenty dollars and seventy-six cents (20.76).

65. To David Clark, for stationery fornished legislature, twenty-nine dollars and eighty cents ($29.80).

66. To the inspectors of N. J. state prison, for investigating the claim of Silas Thomas against the state, forty-six dollars and thirty-seven cents ($46.37).

67. To the state prison committee, for expenses and fare in going to Albany, eighty-eight dollars and fifty cents ($88.50.)

68. To C. J. Ihrie, for services rendered in stamping and arranging books in library, and other services, two hundred and three dollars ($203.00).

69. To David Clark, for stationery furnished for the use of the senate, forty-four dollars and fifty-two cents ($44.52).

70. To David S. Anderson, for work and materials furnished senate chamber, nine dollars and ninety-seven cents ($9.97).

71. To Phillips & Boswell, printing done for chancery office, sixty-four dollars and ninety cents ($64.90).

72. To Francis A. Pitman, goods furnished for use of house of assembly, nineteen dollars and nineteen cents ($19.19).

73. To Philips & Boswell, printing commissions on parchment for secretary of state, eight dollars ($8.00).

74. To Francis A. Pitman, for stationery furnished house of assembly, thirty-four dollars and twenty-three cents ($34.23).

75. To Phillips & Boswell, printing done for adjutant general, four dollars ($4.00).

76. To Wm. A. Benjamin, stamps furnished for sepate, two hundred and twenty-four dollars ($224.00).

77. To Joseph McPherson, for satchels furnished to senate and assembly for secretary and clerk, ten dollars ($10.00).

78. To James Murphy, for articles furnished to the state house, one dollar and fifty-three cents ($1.53).

79. To G. Hinkler, for locks and keys furnished house of assembly, two dollars and fifty-one cents ($2.51).

80. To Israel Wells, for stationery and binding for supreme court, twenty-one dollars and seventy cents ($21.70).

81. To the Trenton Waterworks Company, for water supplied to state house, as per agreement, one hundred dollars ($100.00).

82. To Wm. Johnson, for work done and materials fur. nished to the treasury and chancery office, one hundred and sixty-five dollars and forty cents ($165.40).

83. To John C. Grant, for work done and materials furnished to the state house, forty-one dollars and fifteen cents ($41.15).

84. To Charles Scott & Company, for stationery furnished to the house of assembly, one hundred and twentyeight dollars and sixteen cents ($128.16).

85. To Charles Scott & Company, for stationery furnished to the senate, two hundred and thirty-six dollars and eighty-nine cents ($236.89).

86. To Charles Scott & Company, for stationery furnished for the engrossing clerk of the senate, seventy-five dollars and twenty-nine cents ($75.29).

87. Charles Scott & Company, for stationery furnished for the use of the executive department, seventy-one dol. lars ($71.00).

88. To Charles Scott & Company, for stationery furnished for the clergymen of the city of Trenton, per resolution of the senate, eighty-six dollars and twenty-five cents ($86.25).

89. To William A. Benjamin, for stamped envelops, furnished for the clergymen of the city of Trenton, per resolution of the senate, forty-seven dollars and seventy cents ($47.70).

90. To Charles Scott & Company, for recording books and stationery furnished for the use of the court of chancery and for the clerk's office, one hundred dollars and eighty-two cents ($100.82).

91. To Charles Scott & Company, for stationery furnished for the use of the house of assembly, one hundred and eighteen dollars and eighty-five cents ($118.85).

92. To Merchants' Transportation Company, for freight from Bridesburg to Trenton, on twenty-five boxes muskets, five dollars ($5.00).

93. To Francis A. Pitman, for stationery furnished for the use of the engrossing of the house of assembly, secretary, seventy-nine dollars and thirty-two cents (79.32).

94. To Charles Scott & Company, for stationery farnished for the use of the engrossing clerk of the house of assembly, twenty-one dollars and forty-seven cents ($21.47).

95. To William R. Barricklo & Company, for tumblers and gas shades furnished supreme court office, two dollars and seventy-five cents (2.75).

96. To David Clark, for paper furnished the treasurer's office, three dollars ($3.00).

97. To David Clark, for paper furnished the library, two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50).

98. To the Mechanics and Manufacturers' Bank of Trenton, for interest due on governor's warrants, ninety-three dollars and sixty-one cents ($93.61).

99. To Trenton Banking Company, for interest due on governor's warrants, two hundred and forty-two dollars and seventy-one cents ($242.71).

100. To the Newark Daily Advertiser, for advertising proclamation, thanksgiving notice and military convention, fifteen dollars ($15.00).

101. To E. Winton, for advertising proclamation notice, three dollars ($3.00).

102. To R. M. Smith, for the expenses incurred by the attorney general, for advertising in the National Intelligencer, Washington, New York Tribune and the Trenton State Gazette and Republican, for six months, the notice of inquisition, also the taxed bills of cost and other expenses in the matter of escheat of lands of Jacob Wortman, deceased, six hundred and forty-two dollars ($642.00).

103. To J. G. Brearly & Company, for stationery furnished the house of assembly by order of the committee, one hundred and fifty-six dollars ($156.00).

104. To David Clark, for stationery furnished senate, seven dollars and seventy cents (7.70).

105. To George H. Dean, for service as page to governor, one hundred and eleven dollars ($111.00).

106. To Isaac D. James, for stationery furnished house of assembly, seven dollars and eighty-two cents ($7.82).

107. To D. L. M. Moore, for knives and stationery furnished senate, one hundred and seventy-three dollars and twenty-five cents ($173.25).

108. To Charles P. Brearley & Company, for stationery, lock, &c., furnished to state house, seven dollars and four cents ($7.04).

109. To C. J. Ibrie, for amount paid, item, for library, seventy-five dollars and eighty-five cents ($75.85).

110. To Brewer & Ott, for horses and carriages to take committee to asylum, ten dollars ($10.00).

111. To Samuel R. Smith, for one trunk for the use of the state, one dollar and seventy-five cents ($1.75).

112. To Charles Scott & Company, for stationery for the use of the clergymen of the city of Trenton, ninety-two dollars ($92.00).

113. To Thomas F. Howell, for balance due from the state for erection of a workshop at state prison, seven hundred and twenty-four dollars and fifty cents ($724.50).

114. To Alexander M. Cumming, assistant secretary of the house of assembly, in full for his services, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

115. To D. L. M. Moore, assistant secretary of the senate, in full for his service, five hundred dollars ($500.00).

2. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect immediately.

Approved March 23, 1859.

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