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No. 2.-Statement of public lands sold for cash, and entered under the homestead and timber-culture acts, 8c.-Continued.

Aggregate of acres disposed of for cash and under the homestead and timber-culture acts.

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$11, 997 93
19, 197 65

4, 908 41
47, 135 05
27, 202 88
27, 390 98
7, 273 07
5, 433 28
9, 252 60

169, 930. 01
238, 430.03

63, 585. 18
535, 795. 13

139, 257.38
1, 377, 948. 22
151, 129. 18
84, 767.94
16, 344. 64
4, 106.65

80.00
1, 711, 571. 62

49, 246. 04
127, 626. 16
958, 137.83
65, 884. 49
53, 393. 53
47, 587. 31
614, 773. 99
12, 143. 82
96, 466.76

76. 35
139, 597. 12
128, 651. 29
227, 473. 89
128, 996.01
23, 333. 67

$22, 380 54
48, 807 92
19, 806 85
456, 773 92

89, 673 01
238, 531 10
27, 116 56
21, 876 16
9,827 39
1, 105 46

34 50
314, 433 62

7, 669 44
37, 408 45
226, 494 64
15, 409 75

6, 914 61
22, 441 10
109, 835 12

4, 225 25
37, 285 28

5) 35
67, 881 70
58, 465 58
106, 483 76
50, 804 23
8, 773 92

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7, 166, 334. 24

2,010, 535 41

408, 434 12

J. A. WILLIAMSON, Commissioner. SWAMP LANDS.

RECAPITULATION-Continued.

Quantity of land entered under the timber-culture acts of

March 3, 1973, and March 13, 1874 (Revised Statutes,
section 2464), with the amount of government fees and
registers' and receivers' commissions received thereon.

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States and Territories.

Acres.

Government

fees.

Registers' and Total fees
receiver's

and com-
commissions. missions.

Acres.

1, 600.00
8, 189. 42
15, 474. 73
579, 804. 05

$110 00

610 00
1, 240 00
37, 610 00

$44 00
244 00

488 00
15, 044 00

$154 00

85 00
1, 728 00
52, 654 00

22, 169, 53
7, 537. 47

1, 580 00

890 00

632 00
356 00

2, 212 00
1, 246 00

592, 634. 36

39, 290 00

16, 076 00

55, 366 00

Alabama
Arkansas
Arizona Territory
California
Colorado
Dakota Territory
Florida.
Idaho Territory
Iowa
Illinois
Indiana
Kansas
Louisiana
Michigan.
Minnesota.
Missouri
Mississippi
Montana Territory
Nebraska
New Mexico Territory
Nevada.
Ohio.
Oregon
Utah Territory
Washington Territory
Wisconsin
Wyoming Territory

348, 508. 75

26, 885 00

10, 756 00

37, 641 00

960.00
195, 652. 66

320.00
600.00

80 00
14, 050 00

20 00
50 00

32 00
5, 620 00

8 00
20 00

112 00
19, 670 00

28 00
70 00

18, 446. 21

1, 280.00
77, 237.00

1, 300 00

90 00
5, 610 00

520 00

36 00
2, 244 00

1, 820 00

126 00
7, 854 00

Total

1,870, 434. 18

129, 115 00

52, 120 00

181, 535 00

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, GENERAL LAND OFFICE, October 28, 1878.

No. 3.--Statement exhibiting the quantity of land selected for the sereral States under acts of

Congress approved March 2, 1819, September 28, 1830(Revised Statutes of the United States, section 2479), and March 12, 1860 (Revised Statutes of the United States, section 2490), up to and ending September 30, 1878.

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No. 4.--Statement exhibiting the quantity of land approred to the sereral States under acts of

Congress approved March 2, 1819, September 28, 16.0 (Rerised Statutes of the l'nited States, section 2479), and March 12, 1860 (Revised Statutes of the l'nited States, section 2490), up to and ending September 30, 1878.

Fourth quarter

First quarter of

Third quarterof

States.

of 1877.

1878.

Second qu

of 1878.

1878.

Year ending
June 30, 1878.

Total since date

of grant.

Acres.

Acres.

Acres.

Acres.

Acres.

40. 00

400.00

40, 080.32

14, 433. 31

40.00 42, 318.85

160. 75

344. 02

36. 29 1, 809.83

504, 77

36. 29 5, 173. 69

247. 96

80.00

40.00

80.00
247. 96

Alabama
Arkansas
California
Florida..
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Louisiana (act of 1849)
Louisiana (act of 1850)
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi.
Missouri
Ohio
Oregon
Wisconsin

Acres.

400, 434. 78 7, 625, 877. 68 1, 392, 051. 68 11, 797, 436.98 1, 492, 979. 43 1, 263, 932. 97

924, 232. 53 8, 291, 225, 31

239, 731. 58 5, 720, 996. 63 1, 473, 172. 39 3, 068, 642. 31 4, 441, 840.06

23, 660. 71

4, 449. 34 3, 139, 719. 24

640. 00 9, 270. 15

102, 777. 11

680,00 112, 047. 26

16, 523. 14

25. 35

40.00

16, 588. 49

20.00

Total.

26, 714. 04

1, 097.33

144, 743. 53

14, 493. 31

177, 637. 31 51, 502, 403. 82

No. 5.—Statement echibiting the quantity of land patented to the sereral States under the acts

of Congress approved September 24, 1850 (Revised Statutes of the United States, section 2179), and March 12, 1850 (Rerisel Statutes of the United States, section 2490), and also the quantity certified to the State of Louisiana under act approved Varch 2, 1819.

Fourth quarter

First quarter of

Third quarter of

Year ending
June 30, 1878.

States.

of 1877.

1878.

Second quarter

of 1878.

1878.

Total since date

of grant.

Acres.

Acres.

Acres.
2, 595. 48

54, 000. 37
7, 070. 51

1, 638. 53

120.00

40.00 4, 163. 86

1, 754. 54

247. 96

Alabama
Arkansas
California
Florida.
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Louisiana (act of 1819)
Louisiana (act of 1850)
Michigan.
Minnesota
Mississippi.
Missouri
Ohio
Oregon
Wisconsin.

Acres. Acres.

Acres. 2, 595. 48 395, 315. 09 54, 000. 37 7, 121, 953. 48 9, 349.04

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1, 413, 233. 71

10, 735, 403. 21 120.00, *1, 453, 891. 67

40.00 11, 256, 671. 96 6,078. 10 11, 173, 955. 74 247. 96 8, 291, 225. 31

217, 274. 84

120.00 $5, 657, 817. 19 1,037. 75 102, 166. 47 1, 318, 524. 15

2, 681, 383. 16 21, 694. 40 113, 301, 797. 41

25, 640. 71

4, 449. 54 11, 846. 99 T3,071, 419. 61

120.00 102, 166. 47

5, 251. 26

16, 443. 14

Total.

113, 500. 12

77, 761. 98

4,350. 02

1,037. 75 208, 259. 11

48, 119, 956.78

* 2,309.07 acres of this contained in indemnity patents under act of March 2, 1855.

14.880.20 acres of this contained in indemnity patents under act of March 2, 1855. 321, 468.23 acres of this contained in indemnity patents under act of March 2, 1855.

18,903.93 acres of this contained in indemnity patents under act of March 2, 1855. 11 37,062.23 acres of this containerl in ind mity patents under act of March 2, 1855. || 34,910.75 acres of this contained in indemnity patents under act of March 2, 1855.

No. 6.--Condition of bounty-land business under acts of 1817, 1850, 1852, and 1855, showing the

issues and locations with bounty-land warrants, and the number outstanding, from the commencement of operations under said acts to June 30, 1878.

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No. 7.-Statement exhibiting land concessions by acts of Congress to States and corporations for railroads and military wagon-road purpose8 from the year 1850

to June 30, 1878.

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Illinois
Sept. 20, 1850
466 Illinois Central.

6 and 15 13
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Sept. 20, 1850 9 466 Mobile and Chicago

2, 595, 053. 00

6 and 15 S
Mississippi
Sept. 20, 1850 9 466 Mobile and Ohio River

6 and 15

*737, 130. 29
Aug. 11, 1856 11
Vicksburg and Meridian

6 and 15

198, 027. 82
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Ang. 11, 1856 11
Gulf and Ship Island

6 and 15
Alabama
Sept. 20, 1850 9 466 Mobile and Ohio River

6 and 15

419, 528. 44
Do
May 17, 1836 11
Alabama and Florida.

6 and 15

394, 522. 99
Do
June 3, 1836 11
Selma, Rome and Dalton

6 and 15

457, 407. 37 May 23, 1872 17

159 Act confirming lands heretofore certified to the State for the Alabama and Ten

nessee.
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June 3, 1856 11
Coosa and Tennessee

6 and 15

67, 784. 96
Do.
June 3, 1856 11
Mobile and. Girard.

6 and 15

7504, 145. 86 June 3, 1856 11 Alabama and Chattanooga

6 and 15

552, 555. 44
Do.
Apr. 10, 1869 16

Act to renew certain grants of land to the State of Alabama.
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June 3, 18.36 11
South and North Alabama

6 and 15

433, 600. 80
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Mar. 3, 1857 11 200 Act amending the sixth section of original act.
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Mar. 3, 1871 16 580

Act to renew certain grants of land to the State of Alabama.
Florida
May 17, 1856 11 15 Florida Railroad

6 and 15

281, 984. 17
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May 17, 1856 11 15 Florida and Alabama

6 and 15

165, 688.00
Do.
May 17, 1856 11 15 Pensacola and Georgia

6 and 15

1, 275, 212. 93
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May 17, 1856 11 15 Florida, Atlantic and Gulf Central

6 and 15

37, 583. 29 Lonisiana June 3, 1856 11 18 North Louisiana and Texas.

6 and 15

353, 211. 70
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June 3, 1856 11 18
New Orleans, Opelousas and Great Western

6 and 15

1719, 193. 79 July 14, 1870 16 277 Act declaring forfeited to the United States all the lands not lawfully disposed

of by the State. Arkansas Feb. 9, 1853 10 153 Saint Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern

6 and 15

1, 115, 408. 41 Do July 28, 1866 14 338 do..

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2, 760.00 204, 921. 08 Do

May 6, 1870 16 376 Resolution extending the time for completion of first twenty miles of road. * In the adjustment of this grant, the road was treated as an entirety, and without reference to the State line; hence, Alabama has approved to her more and Mississippi less land than they would appear to be entitled to in proportion to the length of road line in the respective States.

† No evidence of the construction of any part of these roads, as required by the acts, having been filed in the General Land Office, the grants are presumed to have lapsed, but
the lands have not been restored to the mass of public lands, ('ongress having taken no action to that end.

Lands earned by the construction of eighty miles of road prior to June 3, 1866, 51,452.03 acres.
Lands within the limits of New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Shreveport Railroad grant of March 3, 1871, 227,879.94 acres.
Lands restored to market March, 1873, under the act of July 14, 1870, 439,861.82 acres.

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