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64 SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 47. 1800. Specific ap. thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, including the extra expenses P¥°P*i°*i°“’· of the clerks, in the said office, three hundred and lsix dollars. For compensation to the clerks to the Commissioners of Loans, and an allowance to certain loan officers in lieu of clerk hire, and to defray the authorized expenses of the several loan offices, fifteen thousand dollars. For compensation to the Secretary of State, clerks and persons employed in that department, eleven thousand three. hundred dollars. For the incidental and contingent expenses in the said department, thirteen thousand dollars. For the expenses incident to the removal of the Department of State from Philadelphia to Trenton, during part of the summer of the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, including the extra expenses of the Secretary for the department,_the clerks and messengers therein, five hundred and eight dollars and sixty cents. For compensation to the following officers of the Mint: The director, two thousand dollars. The treasurer, one thousand two hundred dollars. The assayer, one thousand five hundred dollars. The chief coiner, one thousand five hundred dollars. The melter and refiner, one thousand five hundred dollars. The engraver, one thousand two hundred dollars. One clerk at seven hundred dollars, and two at five hundred dollars each, one thousand seven hundred dollars. For the wages of persons employed at the different branches of melting, refining, coining, carpenters, millwrights, and smiths’ work, including the sum of eight hundred dollars per annum allowed to an assistant coiner and die forger, who also oversees the execution of the iron work, seven thousand dollars. For the purchase of ironmongery, lead, wood, coals, stationery, office furniture, and for all other contingencies of the establishment of the mint, six thousand three hundred dollars. For compensation to the Secretary at War, clerks and persons employed in his officc, eleven thousand one hundred and ninety dollars. For expenses of firewood, stationery, printing, rent, and other contingent expenses in the office of the Secretary at War,two thousand dollars. For compensation to the accountant of the War department, clerks ang persons employed in his officc, ten thousand eight hundred and fifty 0 ars. For contingent expenses in the office of the accountant of the War department, one thousand dollars. For the expense incident to the removal of the War department from Philadelphia to Trenton, during part of the summer of the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, including the extra expenses of the Secretary for the department, the accountant, the Paymaster-General, the Quartermaster-General, the keeper of military stores, clerks and messengers in each office, four thousand four hundred and twenty-six dollars and fifty-six cents. For compensation to the Secretary of the Navy, clerks and persons employed in his office, including deficiencies in former appropriations for clerk hire, nine thousand one hundred and fifty-two dollars and twenty-five cents. _ For the expense of lirewood, stationery, printing, rent, and other conpnggncées the office of the Secretary of the Navy, three thousand three un re dollars. For compensation to the accountant of the Navy, clerks and persons employed in his office, nine thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. For contingent expenses in the office of the accountant of the Navy, seven hundred and fifty dollars.