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522 TENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 18. 1809. Specific ap. and persons employed in his office, ten thousand nine hundred and ten propriations. d0]];,,-s_ For contingent expenses in the office of the accountant of the war department, one thousand dollars. For compensation to the clerks employed in the paymaster’s office, two thousand eight hundred dollars. For contingent expenses in the said office, two hundred dollars. For compensation to the purveyor of public supplies, clerks, and persons employed in his office, and for expense of stationery, store rent and fuel for the said office, including the sum of five hundred dollars for compensation to clerks in addition to the sum allowed by the act of the twenty-first of April, one thousand eight hundred and six, five thousand one hundred dollars. For compensation to the Secretary of the Navy, clerks, and persons employed in his office, nine thousand eight hundred and ten dollars. For expense of fuel, stationery, printing, and other contingent expenses in the said office, two thousand dollars. For compensation to the accountant of the navy, clerks and persons employed in his office, ten thousand four hundred and ten dollars. For contingent expenses in the office of the accountant of the navy, seven hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the Postmaster—General, assistant Postmaster- 1806, ¤h· 41- General, clerks and persons employed in the Postmaster—General’s office, including the sum of one thousand five hundred and forty-five dollars, for compensation to clerks in addition to the sum allowed by the act of the twenty-f1rst of April, one thousand eight hundred and six, sixteen thousand dollars. For expense of fuel, candles, house rent for the messenger, stationery, chests, &c. pertaining to the Postmaster-Gcncral’s office, two thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation to the several loan officers, thirteen thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the clerks of the several commissioners of loans, and for allowances to certain loan officers, in lieu of clerk hire, and to defray the authorized expense of the several loan offices, fifteen thousand dollars. For compensation to the surveyongeneral and his clerks, three thousand two hundred dollars. For compensation to the surveyor of the lands south of the state of Tennessee, clerks employed in his office, and for stationery, and other contingencies, three thousand two hundred dollars. For compensation to the officers of the mint: The director, two thousand dollars. The treasurer, twelve hundred dollars. The assayer, fifteen hundred dollars. The chief coiner, fifteen hundred dollars. The melter and retiner, fifteen hundred dollars. The engraver, twelve hundred dollars. One clerk, at seven hundred dollars. And two clerks, at five hundred dollars each, one thousand dollars. For wages to the persons employed in the different branches of melting, coining, carpenter’s, millwright’s and smith’s work, including the sum of one thousand dollars per annum, allowed to an assistant coiner and die forger, who also oversees the execution of the iron-work, and of six hundred dollars per annum, allowed to an assistant engraver, eight thousand five hundred dollars. For repairs of furnaces, cast-rollers and screws, timber, bar-iron, lead, steel, potash, and for all other contingencies of the mint, three thousand, two hundred dollars.