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Twenty installments, for agricultural and in- Two installments, of $7,100 each, | Vol. 12, p. 934, § 11 dustrial school, pay of teacher, blacksmith, carpenter, physician, and farmer. Smith, carpenter-shop, and tools.... Pay of blacksmith
Two installments, last series, of Vol. 12, p. 953, § 4 $4,000 each, due.
Statement showing the present liabilities of the United States to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations-Continued.
Description of annuities, &c.
Number of installments yet unap- Reference to laws, propriated, explanations, &c. Statutes at Large.]
Twenty installments, for two schools, one of which is to be an agricultural and industrial school, keeping the same in repair, and providing books, stationery, and furniture. Twenty installments, for superintendent of teaching, two teachers, superintendent of farming, two farmers, two millers, two blacksmiths, tinner, gunsmith, carpenter, and wagon and plow maker. Twenty installments, for keeping in repair Two installments, of $2,000 each, hospital, and furnishing medicine, &c., pay of physician, repair of grist-mill and sawmill, and furnishing the necessary tools. Twenty installments, for keeping in repair buildings for employés. Salary of head chief for twenty years..
Twenty installments, for keeping in repair the blacksmith's, tinsmith's, gunsmith's, carpenter's, and wagon and plow maker's shops, and furnishing tools.
Two installments, of $500 each, Vol. 12, p. 953, § 5 due.
Two installments, of $14,600 each, due.
Two installments, of $300 each,
$1,549,460 00 13, 700, 929 28 $358, 653 38 86, 302, 668 44
SUPERINTENDENT UNITED STATES COAST SURVEY.
UNITED STATES COAST SURVEY OFFICE,
SIR: I have the honor to transmit this abstract, showing the localities and the class of work done in each, in continuation of the survey of the coast of the United States in the course of the year ended June 30, 1877. Beginning at the northeastern boundary, the work will be recapitulated in geographical order, going southward along the coast of the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. On the Pacific coast, work near the San Diego boundary will be mentioned first, and in succession the work done at localities along the coast of California, Oregon, and Washington Territory.
The work done has included hydrography of the sea-coast of Maine near Mount Desert Island, and soundings in Eggemoggin Reach and Isle an Haut Bay; tidal observations at the entrance of Penobscot Bay; topography of the shores of the Penobscot from Hampden to Bangor; soundings near the entrance of Saco River, Maine; triangulation in the vicinity of Mount Washington, New Hampshire; tidal observations at Boston, and off the coast tidal currents observed in the Gulf of Maine; the triangulation of Taunton River, Massachusetts; tidal observations at Providence, R. I.; topography of the vicinity of New Haven, Conn.; primary triangulation across the Hudson River, near Albany; tidal observations at Governor's Island, Brooklyn, and Sandy Hook; observations with the pendulum at New York City; supplementary soundings. in Gedney's Channel; triangulation in Northern New Jersey; the hydrography of Barnegat Bay, including Tom's River, New Jersey; sailingnotes for navigation between Sandy Hook and Cape May, and for Delaware Bay and River; triangulation in Eastern Pennsylvania; sailingnotes for the coast of Maryland and Virginia, and for the estuaries of Chesapeake Bay; determination of the positions of life-saving stations between Cape Henlopen and Cape Charles, Virginia, for insertion on charts; special shore-line survey and hydrography of the harbor of Baltimore City, for United States commissioners; determination of the magnetic elements at Washington City; surveys in the vicinity of Smith's Island, Chesapeake Bay, for the boundary commission of Maryland and Virginia; topography of the shores of the James River, Virginia, from City Point upward to Kingsland Creek, and of the northeastern approaches to Norfolk; tidal observations at Fortress Monroe; selection of station-points in West Virginia for geodetic work; primary triangulation along the Blue Ridge, in Virginia and North Carolina; hydrographic examination between Hatteras and Oregon Inlet, and of the Frying Pan Shoals, North Carolina; soundings in Ocracoke Inlet, and hydrography extended in Pamlico Sound, Currituck Sound, and East Lake, North Carolina, and in North Landing River, Virginia; lati