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No. 9.-Statement showing the condition of the State selections under the act of

September 4, 1841, on the 30th day of June, 1867.

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* The States of Illinois and Alabama received grants under prior acts, to which, with the quantities her given, make up the quantity of 500,000 acres.

JOS. S. WILSON, Commissioner. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,

General Land Office, October 15, 1867.

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No. 10.-- Accounts of receivers of public moneys, disbursing agents, and adjust

ment of the five per cent. fund. The accounts of the several receivers of public moneys, as also those rendered by them as disbursing agents, have been adjusted to July 1, 1867, and reported to the First Comptroller for settlement. It is a source of gratification to report that the balances have, in general, been promptly deposited in accordance with law and instructions.

Accounts have been examined and adjusted between the United States and the several States entitled to the five per centfund accruing to the latter upon the net proceeds of the sales of the public lands situated within their respective limits, as the following table will exhibit: Statement showing the amount of five per cent. accruing to the following States :

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* No accounts have been reported because the expenses incident to the disposal of the public lands have exceeded the proceeds of sales. t Not entitled. No account stated.

JOS. S. WILSON, Commissioner. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

General Land Office, October 15, 1867.

No. 11.--Agricultural selections within certain States, and also scrip locations

under agricultural and mechanic act of July 2, 1862, and supplements of April 14, 1864, and July 23, 1866.

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No. 11.–Agricultural selections within certain States, 80.-Continued.

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No. 12.-Statement exhibiting land concessions by acts of Congress to States and corporations for railroad and military wagon road

purposes from the year 1850 to June 30, 1867.

States.

Date of laws.

Statutes.

Page.

Name of road.

Mile limits.

}|2,595, 053.00

Do.

Illinois Sept.20, 1850 9 466 Illinois Central.. 6 and 15

2,595, 053.00 do..... 9 466 Mobile and Chicago..

6 and 15 Mississippi. .do...... 9 466 Mobile and Ohio River

6 and 15 737, 130. 29

1,004, 640.00 *Do Aug. 11, 1856 11 30 Southern railroad

6 and 15
171,550.00

404,800.00
Do
.do.....

11 30 Gulf and Ship Island railroad. 6 and 15
Alabama
Sept. 20, 1850
9 466 Mobile and Ohio River.

6 and 15
419,528.44

230, 400.00
*Do
May 17, 1856 11
15 Alabama and Florida

394, 522.99

419, 520.00 Ꭰo . ..do....

11 15 Alabama and Tennessee.

6 and 15 440,700.16

481, 920.00 Do . June 3, 1856

11 17 Northeastern and Southwestern.. 6 and 15

289, 535.58

691, 840.00 Do .do..

11 17 Coosa and Tennessee.

6 and 15 67,784. 96

132, 480.00 Do .do... 11 17 Will's Valley

6 and 15 171,920.51

206, 080.00 Do .do...

11 17 Mobile and Girard.

6 and 15 504, 145.86

840, 880.00 Do .do... 11 17 Coosa and Chattooga 6 and 15

150,000.00
Do .
.do...
11 17 Tennessee and Alabama Central.. 6 and 15

576, 000.00
Aug. 11,1856
11 32 (No map filed.)

6 and 15
*Florida
May 17,1856

11
15 Florida railroad

6 and 15 281,984. 17

442,542, 14 Do .do...

11 15 Alabama and Florida.

165, 688.00

165, 688.00 Do . .do...... 11 15 Pensacola and Georgia.

1, 275, 212,93

1,568, 729.87 Do .do... 11 15 Florida, Atlantic, and Gulf Central.

37,583, 29

183, 153,99 *Louisiana June 3,1856

11 18 Vicksburg and Shreveport.

353,211.70

610, 880.00 Do ...do.. 11 18 New Orleans, Opelousas, and Great

719, 193,75

967, 840.00
Western.
Do Aug. 11,1856

11 32 (No map filed.) * Grants to Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana, under acts of May 17, June 3, and August 11, 1856, having expired, application will be made to Congress to extend the time

for the completion of the railroads in said States.

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