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24th Congress.]

No. 629.

[1st Session.

STATEMENT OF THE NAMES, THE PAY, AND ALL EMOLUMENTS AND ALLOWANCES PAID; THE ITEMS OF ALL ALLOWANCES; AND THE STATIONS AND SERVICES OF ALL THE OFFICERS OF THE NAVY IN 1833 AND 1834.

COMMUNICATED TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, APRIL 23, 1836.

Navy Department, April 22, 1836.

Sir:

I have the honor, in compliance with the resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 17th of January, 1835, to send herewith the abstracts and statements therein required, as to the compensation, allowances of all kinds, and the stations, grades, and places and distances traveled to and from, by the officers of the navy enumerated.

After the passage of the act increasing the pay of officers of the navy, it was presumed the information would not be required, (as, from its various character, and the greater number of accounts, records, and returns to be carefully examined, it could not be prepared before the 3d of March, 1835, when that act was passed) and the examination, &c., was then discontinued; otherwise it would have been earlier furnished. Having, since the present session commenced, received a communication from the mover of the resolution, that the information was still desired, the report has been prepared with as much expedition as the necessary current duties of the Department would permit.

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

M. DICKERSON.

Hon. James K. Polk, Speaker of the House of Representatives, United States.

Treasury Department, Fourth Auditor's Office, January 28, 1836.

Sir:

I have the honor to transmit herewith a report, prepared in conformity with the resolution of the House of Representatives, of the 17th of January, 1835, upon the motion of the Hon. Mr. Mann, of New York; and it may be proper to state why it has been so long delayed. It was commenced soon after the resolution was communicated to this office, but after making some progress it was discovered that it could not be prepared before the end of the session, and was suspended for that reason; and after the passage of the act of the 3d of March last, regulating the pay of the navy, it was supposed to be no longer necessary, and was therefore abandoned.

I was not myself aware of the existence of the resolution, until Mr. Mann inquired for the report early in the present session, and stated that he wished it to be prepared. This has been done; and as much labor and research have been requisite, it could not have been finished in less time, without neglecting the current business of this office further than a due regard to the public interests would warrant.

Upon an inspection of the report, it will be perceived that there are some very striking inequalities in the pay of officers of the same rank. This will be explained by a reference to the nature of the service performed by them and the law regulating their pay.

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. C. PICKETT.

Hon. Mahlon Dickerson, Secretary of the Navy.

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General statement, showing the aggregate pay and emoluments, including all stated and special allowances actually paid and allowed to each commissioned officer, by name, of the navy of the United States, for the fiscal years ending September 30, 1833 and 1834.

Names.

Pay and rations for 1833.

Allowances of all kinds for 1833.

Aggregate for 1833.

Pay and rations for 1834.

Allowances of all kinds for 1834.

Aggregate for 1834.

CAPTAINS.

John Rodgers

$3,500 00

$893 80

$4,393 80

$3,500 00

$378 30

$3,878 30

Charles Morris

3,500 00

950 30

4,450 00

3,500 00

482 10

3,982 10

Charles Stewart

2,986 90

2,986 90

1,927 60

1,927 60

James Barron

2,637 60

1,436 75

4,094 35

2,657 60

1,406 75

4,064 35

William Bainbridge

2,012 02

535 89

2,547 91

Died 27th July, 1833.

Isaac Hull

2,657 60

1,408 25

4,065 85

2,657 60

950 75

3,608 35

Isaac Chauncey

2,992 79

783 52

3,776 31

3,500 00

377 40

3,877 40

Jacob Jones

2,657 60

1,208 75

3,866 35

2,657 60

1,226 75

3,884 35

Lewis Warrington

2,657 60

764 75

3,422 35

2,657 60

959 75

3,617 35

William M. Crane

2,640 60

879 70

3,520 30

2,657 60

850 25

3,507 85

James Biddle

1,927 60

350 00

2,277 60

1,927 60

1,927 65

Charles G. Ridgeley

2,134 60

673 93

2,808 53

2,657 60

1,019 05

3,676 65

D. T. Patterson

2,657 60

360 00

3,017 60

2,657 69

1,360 00

3,017 60

M. T. Woolsey

2,657 60

264 00

2,921 60

2,591 60

298 00

2,889 60

John O. Creighton

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

John Downes

2,657 60

360 00

3,017 60

2,428 60

737 25

3,165 85

John D. Henley

2,641 60

433 10

3,074 60

2,657 60

415 40

3,073 00

J. D. Elliott

2,414 60

913 85

3,328 45

2,657 60

889 25

3,546 85

Stephen Cassin

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

166 40

2,094 00

James Renshaw

1,927 60

193 33

2,120 93

1,993 60

115 15

2,108 75

A. S. Wadsworth

1,927 60

540 61

2,474 21

2,597 60

331 00

2,928 60

George C. Read

1,927 60

240 00

2,167 60

1,927 60

240 00

2,107 60

Henry E. Ballard

1,927 60

445 92

2,373 52

1,927 60

262 00

2,189 00

David Deacon

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

Samuel Woodhouse

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

J. J. Nicholson

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

49 71

1,977 31

W. Chauncey

1,927 60

1,927 60

2,035 60

334 37

2,369 97

E. P. Kennedy

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

156 85

2,084 45

A. J. Dallas

2,657 60

776 75

3,134 35

2,549 60

826 17

3,375 77

J. B. Nicholson

1,927 60

240 00

2,167 60

1,927 60

240 00

2,167 60

B. V. Hoffman

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

Jesse Wilkinson

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

T. Ap C. Jones

1,927 60

625 13

2,552 73

1,927 60

1,927 60

William C. Bolton

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

125 70

2,053 30

W. B. Shubrick

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

174 00

2,101 60

A. Claxton

1,927 60

12 40

1,940 00

1,927 60

1,927 60

C. W. Morgan

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

1,927 60

L. Kearney

1,504 80

1,504 80

1,927 60

1,927 60

MASTERS COMMANDANT.

George Budd

1,173 85

257 00

1,430 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

Lawrence Kearney, from Oct. 1, to Dec. 19, 1832.

257 47

221 50

478 97

Foxhall A. Parker

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

721 06

1,894 91

Edward E. McCall

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

Daniel Turner

1,173 85

487 50

1,661 35

1,173 85

1,173 85

David Connor

1,173 85

248 03

1,421 88

1,173 85

1,173 85

John Gallagher

1,173 85

334 74

1,508 59

1,173 85

382 33

1,556 18

Thomas H. Stevens

1,173 85

1,195 05

2,268 90

1,173 85

889 50

2,063 35

William M. Hunter

1,173 85

654 57

1,828 42

1,173 85

894 50

2,008 35

John D. Sloat

1,173 85

647 64

1,821 49

1,173 85

894 50

2,068 85

M. C. Perry

1,173 85

668 13

1,841 98

1,173 85

894 50

2,068 35

Charles W. Skinner

1,173 85

278 48

1,452 33

1,173 85

232 50

1,406 35

John T. Newton

1,173 85

244 99

1,418 84

1,173 85

834 50

2,008 35

Joseph Smith

1,173 85

859 05

2,032 90

1,173 85

589 60

1,763 35

Lawrence Rousseau

1,173 85

514 50

1,688 35

1,173 85

452 64

1,026 49

George W. Storer

1,173 85

552 25

1,726 10

1,173 85

849 50

2,023 35

Beverly Kennon

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

E. E. Shubrick

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

F. H. Gregory

1,173 85

514 00

1,687 85

1,173 85

65 00

1,238 85

John H. Clack

1,173 85

479 41

1.653 26

1,173 85

784 50

1,958 35

P. F. Voorhees

1,173 85

180 00

1,353 85

1,173 85

70 00

1,243 85

Benjamin Cooper

1,173 85

489 83

1,663 68

1,173 85

19 00

1,192 85

William L. Gordon, to May 25, 1834

1,173 85

575 25

1,749 10

764 68

524 52

1,289 20

David Geisinger

1,173 85

1,723 25

2,897 10

1,173 85

582 25

1,756 10

Silas Duncan, to September 14, 1834

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,121 86

1,121 86

R. F. Stockton, furlough

360 00

360 00

360 00

360 00

Isaac McKeever

1,173 85

642 00

1,815 85

1,173 85

640 85

1,814 70

John P. Zantzinger

1,173 85

135 00

1,308 85

1,173 85

180 00

1,353 85

William D. Salter

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

180 00

1,353 85

--887--

General statement, &c.—Continued.

Names.

Pay and rations for 1833.

Allowances of all kinds for 1833.

Aggregate for 1833.

Pay and rations for 1834.

Allowances of all kinds for 1834.

Aggregate for 1834.

C. S. McCauley

$1,173 85

$343 56

$1,517 41

$1,173 85

$149 20

$1,323 05

John H. Bell, from Oct. 1, 1832, to Aug. 14, 1833

1,025 50

1,025 50

Thomas M. Newel

1,173 85

793 65

1,967 50

1,173 85

165 50

1,339 35

E. A. F. Valette

1,173 85

720 89

1,894 74

1,173 83

180 00

1,353 85

William A. Spencer

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

117 00

1,290 85

Thomas T. Webb

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

272 60

1,446 45

John Percival

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

49 35

1,223 20

John H. Aulick

1,173 85

770 75

1,944 60

1,173 85

460 42

1,634 27

William V. Taylor

1,173 85

90 00

1,263 85

1,173 85

34 50

1,208 35

Mervine P. Mix

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

105 00

1,278 85

Bladen Dulaney

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

S. H. Stringham

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

1,173 85

Isaac Mayo, from Dec. 20, 1832, to Sept. 30, 1834

918 37

918 37

1,173 85

1,173 85

W. K. Latimer, from Mar. 2, 1833, to Sept. 30, 1834

684 85

684 85

1,173 85

94 87

1,268 72

Wm. Mervine, from June 12, to Sept. 30, 1834

355 52

355 52

LIEUTENANTS.

James Armstrong

962 60

962 60

1,036 98

53 33

1,090 32

Joel Abbot

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 62

Wm. M. Armstrong

962 60

286 50

1,259 10

962 60

962 60

Henry A. Adams

962 60

156 00

1,118 60

962 60

49 70

1,012 30

George Adams

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Henry J. Auchmuty

962 60

150 00

1,012 60

962 60

962 60

Charles M. Armstrong

962 60

962 60

962 60

33 64

996 24

G. C. Ashton

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Edward B. Babbett

962 60

230 67

1,193 27

962 60

393 50

1,356 10

Samuel L. Breese

962 60

547 25

1,509 85

962 60

527 25

1,489 85

Charles Boarman

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

William J. Belt

962 60

932 60

962 60

297 00

1,259 60

William Boerum

1,138 60

100 00

1,238 60

962 60

962 60

Charles H. Bell

962 60

25 28

987 88

962 60

962 60

Abm. Bigelow

962 60

962 60

962 60

902 60

Edmund Byrne

962 60

962 60

962 60

24 96

987 56

John Bubier

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

A. J. D. Browne, alias A. J. Dallas

962 60

11 76

974 36

962 60

962 60

Franklin Buchanan

962 60

25 52

988 12

962 60

962 60

Henry Bruce

962 60

53 48

1,016 08

962 60

18 16

980 76

George S. Blake

962 60

147 07

1,083 51

962 60

33 52

996 12

Samuel Barron

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Timothy G. Benham

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Oscar Bullus

962 60

8 00

970 60

962 60

151 12

1,113 72

Theodore Bailey, jr.

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Edward B. Boutwell

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

John E. Bispham

713 94

962 60

575 60

575 60

Ed. O. Blanchard

962 60.

962 60

962 60

962 60

John L. Ball

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Henry H. Bell

.962 60

176 00

1,138 60

962 60

718 00

1,680 60

Junius J. Boyle

962 60

21 32

983 92

962 60

962 60

Robert L. Browning

962 60

33 64

996 24

962 60

962 60

Owen Burns

647 60

647 60

709 93

709 93

C. F. Crowley

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

S. Champlin

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Thomas Crabb

962 60

295 34

1,257 94

962 60

962 60

Joseph Cross

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

T. A. Conover

297 60

297 60

297 60

297 60

A. S. Campbell

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

J. A. Cooke

962 60

73 12

1,035 72

340 82

134 83

475 65

H. H. Cocke

962 60

962 60

962 60

56 76

1,019 36

J. B. Cooper

962 60

962 60

962 60

73 99

1,036 59

E. W. Carpenter

962 60

94 66

1,057 26

962 60

72 50

1,035 10

I. S. Chauncey

962 60

962 60

962 50

962 60

R. B. Cunningham

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Joseph Cutts, jr.

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

J. Crowninshield

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

W. H. Campbell

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

E. J. Calhoun

297 60

297 60

37 10

37 10

J. R. Coxe, jr.

637 74

637 74

J. A. Carr

669 93

18 84

688 77

962 60

962 60

S. B. Cocke

962 62

962 60

962 60

962 60

John Cassin

962 60

962 60

962 60

40 80

1,003 40

John Calhoun

962 60

962 60

962 60

67 60

1,030 20

C. W. Chauncey

962 60

250 00

1,212 60

962 60

33 64

996 24

--888--

General statement, &c.—Continued.

Names.

Pay and rations for 1833.

Allowances of all kinds for 1833.

Aggregate for 1833.

Pay and rations for 1834.

Allowances of all kinds for 1834.

Aggregate for 1834.

T. T. Craven

$962 60

$962 60

$962 60

$962 60

Jerome Callan

962 60

962 60

718 54

718 54

S. W. Downing

1,173 85

$120 00

1,293 85

1,085 60

$70 00

1,155 00

J. M. Dale

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Thomas A. Dornin

962 60

962 60

1,063 35

73 20

1,136 55

Samuel F. Dupont

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

A. E. Downes

962 60

51 96

1,014 56

962 60

962 60

Fitz Allen Deas

962 60

25 52

988 12

962 60

902 00

N. W. Duke

982 60

962 60

962 60

962 00

Charles H. Davis

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

John Evans

1,053 26

51 66

1,104 92

962 60

962 60

Frank Evans

962 60

424 50

1,387 10

962 60

114 50

1,077 10

Frederick Engle

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Hy. Eagle, jr.

962 60

962 60

962 60

18 16

980 76

F. B. Ellison

962 60

962 60

962 60

20 40

983 00

W. A. C. Farragut

962 60

962 00

962 60

962 60

A. Fitzhugh

1,068 35

78 48

1,146 83

1,173 85

120 00

1,293 85

F. Forrest

962 60

477 25

1,439 85

962 60

477 25

1,439 85

T. W. Freelon

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

D. G. Farragut

962 60

962 60

1,045 35

47 00

1,092 35

A. H. Foot

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

E. Farrand

1,022 60

34 00

1,056 60

962 60

962 60

John Gwinn

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

C. Gaunt

1,173 85

120 00

1,293 85

1,068 10

60 00

1,128 10

J. H. Graham

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

J. Goodrum

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

T. R. Gerry

873 82

873 82

W. H. Gardner

962 60

447 00

1,409 60

962 60

67 36

1,029 96

J. Glynn

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

T. R. Gedney

962 60

97 27

1,059 87

962 60

962 60

L. M. Goldsborough

962 60

351 50

1,314 10

962 60

962 60

J. T. Gerry

962 60

962 60

962 60

15 68

979 28

W. M. Glendy

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

W. Green

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

A. G. Gordon

962 60

962 60

962 60

395 46

1,358 06

J. Graham

962 60

17 36

979 96

962 60

962 60

Henry Henry

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Joseph B. Hull

962 60

327 25

1,289 85

962 60

16 80

979 40

William S. Harris

962 00

962 60

962 60

962 60

H. H. Hobbs

962 60

962 60

962 60

9 96

972 56

George N. Hollins

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

William L. Hudson

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

W. L. Howard

962 60

120 00

1,082 60

962 60

24 24

980 84

Sterne Humphreys

806 80

24 88

831 68

297 60

297 60

A. A. Harwood

962 60

962 60

773 60

773 60

James T. Homans

432 76

59 28

492 04

962 60

962 60

W. W. Hunter

962 60

962 60

962 60

44 00

1,000 00

Henry Hoff

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

W. E. Huntt

962 60

962 60

447 92

29 12

477 04

N. M. Howison

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

G. M. Hooe

723 86

723 86

H. M. Houston

260 02

260 02

C. G. Hunter

260 02

260 02

William Jameson

962 60

962 60

962 60

13 43

976 03

William Inman

962 60

962 60

962 60

26 00

988 60

Joseph R. Jarvis

962 60

68 86

1,031 46

962 60

342 25

1,304 85

Edward S. Johnson

962 60

962 60

962 60

13 52

976 12

D. N Ingraham

297 00

962 60

297 60

297 60

Richard A. Jones

962 60

460 80

1,423 40

962 60

87 32

1,049 92

Z. F. Johnston

962 60

19 16

981 76

962 60

962 60

Robert W. Jones

962 60

962 60

962 60

18 16

980 76

Charles H. Jackson

962 60

41 32

1,003 92

962 60

962 60

Jonathan Ingersoll

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

George Izard

571 24

Resigned

571 24

Stephen Johnston

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

John T. Jenkins

739 42

18 88

758 30

962 60

962 60

Harry Ingersoll

468 50

34 08

502 58

John Kelly

962 60

24 88

987 48

962 60

962 60

James D. Knight

962 60

73 34

1,036 04

962 60

35 12

997 72

William H. Kennon.

962 60

962 60

W. K. Latimer*

401 99

* Master commandant, March 3, 1833.

--889--

General statement, &c.—Continued.

Names.

Pay and rations for 1833.

Allowances of all kinds for 1833.

Aggregate for 1833.

Pay and rations for 1834.

Allowances of all kinds for 1834.

Aggregate for 1834.

U. P. Levy

$962 00

$962 60

$962 60

$962 60

John Collins Long

1,173 85

$120 00

1,293 85

982 68

$46 33

1,029 01

Samuel W. Lecompte

962 60

28 64

991 24

962 60

962 60

Charles Lowndes

962 60

20 40

983 00

962 60

24 08

986 68

Thomas J. Leib

962 60

962 60

962 60

35 80

998 40

Arthur Lewis

962 60

14 40

977 00

962 60

962 60

John H. Little

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

William F. Lynch

962 60

962 60

962 60

50 00

1,484 60

Sidney S. Lee

902 60

18 80

981 40

962 60

962 60

Samuel Lockwood

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

James L. Lardner

962 60

25 52

988 12

962 60

962 60

N. C. Lawrence

962 60

962 60

962 60

33 64

996 24

William B. Lyne

962 60

112 80

1,085 40

962 60

962 60

Isaac Mayo

211 14

William Mervine

1,136 00

99 00

1,235 60

669 62

669 62

William E. McKenney

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

James M. Mcintosh

1,133 68

97 33

1,231 01

962 60

307 25

1,269 85

William J. McCluney

1,173 85

120 00

1,293 85

1,035 60

59 16

1,094 76

John B. Montgomery

962 60

62 30

1,024 90

962 60

89 21

1,051 81

Joseph Moorehead

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Joseph Myers

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

William H. McKean

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Samuel Mercer

962 60

33 33

695 93

962 60

962 60

John Marston, jr.

962 60

50 00

1,012 60

962 60

8 56

971 16

Joseph Mattison

962 60

962 60

962 60

36 04

998 64

George A. Magruder

962 60

15 52

978 12

962 60

962 60.

Thomas J. Manning

962 60

962 60

962 60

37 76

962 60

John Marshall

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

H. W. Morris

962 60

34 08

996 68

962 60

962 60

John H. Marshall

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Richard H. Morris

245 04

29 68

274 72

962 60

962 60

John W. Mooers

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

R. H. McMullin

315 88

315 88

John Manning

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Murray Mason

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Charles H. McBlair

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Samuel E. Munn

723 86

723 86

William McBlair

723 86

95 96

819 82

J. S. Missroon

72 86

72 86

A. H. Marbury

263 33

263 33

William C. Nicholson

962 60

315 30

1,277 90

962 60

70 96

1,033 56

William D. Newman

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

John S. Nicholas

962 60

16 76

979 36

962 60

547 68

1,510 28

Joseph M. Nicholson

494 10

494 10

Dead.

Lloyd B. Newell

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

F. A. Neville

962 60

962 60

962 60

34 08

996 68

William H. Noland

723 86

21 72

745 58

James Noble

723 86

87 80

811 66

James P. Oellers

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Henry W. Ogden

962 60

411 00

1,373 60

962 60

54 64

1,017 24

William S. Ogden

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Thomas Paine

1,010 93

65 56

1,076 49

1,173 85

120 00

1,293 85

Benjamin Pago, jr.

962 60

107 67

1,083 69

962 60

962 60

Hiram Paulding

980 10

403 64

1,083 74

1,173 85

120 00

1,293 85

William Pottenger

335 50

335 50

Dead.

Hugh N. Page

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Charles T. Platt

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

G. J. Pendergrast

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

John S. Paine

962 60

962 60

962 60

13 20

975 80

John E. Prentiss

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Thomas Pettigru

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

R. S. Pinkney

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

A. B. Pinkham

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

George T. Pearson

962 60

4 44

967 04

962 60

962 60

John Pope

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Levin M. Powell

962 60

73 68

1,036 28

962 60

962 60

Elisha Peck

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

William Pearson

962 60

6 56

969 16

962 60

5 64

968 20

William P. Piercy

962 60

159 84

1,122 44

962 60

320 74

1,283 34

R. R. Pinkham

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Henry Pinkney

962 60

962 60

962 60

55 16

1,017 76

--890--

General statement, &c.—Continued.

Names.

Pay and rations for 1833.

Allowances of all kinds for 1833.

Aggregate for 1833.

Pay and rations for 1834.

Allowances of all kinds for 1834.

Aggregate for 1834.

H. Y. Purviance

$962 60

$962 60

$962 60

$34 92

$997 52

L. Pennington

962 60

$80 16

1,042 76

962 60

962 60

Amasa Paine

962 60

77 32

1,039 92

962 60

20 52

983 12

William D. Porter

723 86

723 86

Richard L. Page

496 10

19 44

515 54

William Ramsay

765 67

68 00

833 67

1,173 85

120 00

1,293 85

Beverly B. Randolph

531 44

531 44

Ebenezer Ridgeway

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

E. C. Rutledge

922 26

922 26

297 60

297 60

V. M. Randolph

962 60

37 20

999 80

297 60

297 60

John Rudd

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Robert Ritchie

962 60

962 60

962 60

8 12

970 72

John M. Rinker

641 00

641 00

Dead.

C. Ringgold

962 60

69 52

1,032 12

962 60

40 80

1,003 40

H. H. Rhodes

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Edmund M. Russell

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Robert G. Robb

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

James H. Rowan

723 86

723 86

John G. Rodgers

962 60

20 40

983 00

348 80

15 48

364 28

Joseph Smoot

1,086 10

183 12

1,269 22

1,062 02

56 67

1,118 69

Lewis E. Simonds

962 60

962 60

962 60

6 00

968 60

H. B. Sawyer.

962 60

349 50

1,312 10

962 60

962 60

C. K. Stribling

1,062 60

578 92

1 641 52

962 60

17 36

979 96

Joshua R. Sands

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

W. F. Shields

1,160 43

112 33

1,272 76

1,053 27

51 67

1,104 94

John L. Saunders

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

John M. Sullivan

380 72

380 72

Irvine Shubrick

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

John H. Smith

297 60

297 60

743 76

743 76

D. R. Stewart

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Alexander Slidell

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

William Seton

962 60

33 64

996 24

734 50

734 50

T. O. Selfridge

962 60

51 80

1,014 40

962 60

962 60

A. G. Slaughter

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

J. S. Sterrett

962 60

20 40

683 00

662 60

40 80

1,003 40

T. D. Shaw

962 60

45 12

1,007 72

962 60

962 60

Joseph Stallings

962 BO

962 60

962 60

962 60

S. W. Stockton

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Grey Skipwith

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Jonathan W. Swift

962 60

962 60

962 60

33 56

996 16

P. A. Stockton

297 60

297 60

110 78

110 78

William Smith

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

A. R. Strong

962 60

66 96

1,029 56

962 60

962 60

Ab. S. Ten Eick.

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

William Taylor

1,002 52

216 32

1,218 84

1,070 93

61 33

1,132 26

Josiah Tattnall

1,001 35

22 00

1,023 35

962 60

962 60

R. D. Thorburn

962 60

19 14

981 74

962 60

962 60

Charles C. Turner

962 60

24 40

987 00

962 60

962 60

Edward G. Tilton

962 60

20 32

982 92

962 60

962 60

John W. Turk

962 60

962 60

962 60

1,032 56

Peter Turner

858 43

18 16

980 76

962 60

69 76

980 76

H. K. Thatcher

761 77

23 16

784 93

962 60

18 16

787 47

Benjamin J. Totten

660 10

660 10

787 47

962 60

George P. Upshur

962 60

962 60

962 60

1,262 44

Ralph Voorhees

962 60

962 60

1,153 77

108 67

962 60

Frederick Varnum

962 60

56 14

1,018 74

962 60

980 76

G. J. Van Brunt

962 60

7 20

969 80

962 60

18 16

962 60

Edward M. Vail

962 60

962 60

962 60

16 67

P. C. Valdes

297 60

297 60

16 67

962 60

Thomas W. Wyman

962 60

263 52

1,226 12

962 60

1,014 30

John White

962 60

100 00

1,062 60

962 60

51 76

962 60

J. D. Williamson

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Chas. L. Williamson

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

James Williams

962 60

962 60

962 60

52 16

1,014 76

Stephen B. Wilson

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

William C. Wetmore

962 60

962 60

962 60

92 64

1,055 24

Wm. S. Walker

962 60

962 60

962 60

16 00

978 60

James P. Wilson

962 60

165 90

1,128 50

962 60

962 60

Charles Wilkes, jr.

962 60

1,087 68

2,050 28

962 60

1,271 93

2,234 53

Wm. G. Woolsey

962 60

33 64

996 24

962 60

962 60

John W. West

962 60

25 52

988 12

962 60

962 00

--891--

General statement, &c.—Continued.

Names.

Pay and rations for 1833.

Allowances of all kinds for 1833.

Aggregate for 1833.

Pay and rations for 1834.

Allowances of all kinds for 1834.

Aggregate for 1834.

Wm. C. Whittle

$062 60

$962 60

$962 60

$17 20

$979 80

James H. Ward

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

Hampton Westcott

962 60

962 60

962 60

962 60

James M. Watson

962 60

$64 08

1,026 68

962 60

58 00

1,020 60

G. G. Williamson

489 33

489 33

John J. Young

962 60

480 00

1,442 60

962 60

480 00

1,442 60

SURGEONS.

Wm. P. C. Barton

1,202 60

547 25

1,749 85

1,202 60

527 25

1,729 85

Thomas Harris

1,202 60

353 15

1,555 75

1,202 60

1,202 60

William Turk

2,319 94

2,319 94

2,417 60

2,417 60

Hyde Ray

1,104 93

497 25

1,602 18

1,202 60

455 92

1,658 52

Gerard Dayers

1,104 93

1,104 93

1,202 60

57 00

1,259 60

John A. Kearney

2,090 27

89 48

2,179 75

2,401 27

2,401 27

Bailey Washington

1,435 60

1,435 60

1,202 60

254 50

1,457 10

William Swift

1,082 60

389 49

1,472 09

1,137 93

587 25

1,725 18

T. B. Salter

1,082 60

192 73

1,275 30

1,082 60

1,082 60

Peter Christie

2,297 60

2,297 60

1,202 27

103 90

1,306 17

Samuel Jackson

2,297 60

2,297 60

1,914 93

91 00

2,005 93

Andrew B. Cooke

1,591 60

33 52

1,625 12

2,297 60

2,297 60

Leonard Osborne

1,082 60

621 08

1,703 68

1,082 60

595 88

1,677 68

Stephen Rapalje

951 60

33 64

984 24

1,282 60

1,282 60

James M. Green

848 10

848 10

904 85

24 56

929 41

John R. Chandler

780 10

406 87

1,186 97

904 85

101 34

1,006 19

B. R. Tinslar

780 10

441 00

1,221 10

1,003 85

75 82

1,079 67

William Plumstead

780 10

18 94

799 04

904 85

342 25

1,247 10

George W. Codwise

826 43

33 64

860 07

1,282 60

1,282 60

G. R. B. Horner

1,082 60

1,082 60

898 27

8 86

907 13

W. S. W. Ruschenberger

1,082 60

1,082 60

889 93

889 93

William Johnson

780 10

780 10

780 10

10 36

790 46

Samuel Mosely

1,029 60

1,029 60

1,082 60

1,082 60

Robert J. Dodd

1,082 60

1,082 60

961 10

961 10

William F. Patton

948 77

31 04

979 81

1,082 60

1,082 60

S. B. Malone

297 60

297 60

162 02

162 02

L. Hurman

753 90

753 90

Jonathan Cowdery

1,205 00

477 25

1,682 25

1,205 00

121 51

1,326 51

Thomas Williamson

1,085 00

477 25

1,562 25

1,085 00

477 25

1,562 25

George S. Sproston

1,085 00

602 65

1,687 65

1,085 00

162 11

1,147 11

Benajah Ticknor

1,236 25

1,236 25

1,249 08

152 07

1,401 15

Mordecai Morgan

1,236 25

Thomas J. Boyd

931 35

292 25

1,223 60

965 10

247 75

1,213 85

James Cornick

931 35

230 76

1,162 11

931 35

401 17

1,332 52

Charles Chase

933 66

178 45

1,112 11

940 14

181 12

1,024 26

D. S. Edwards

933 75

933 75

940 25

940 25

J. Halse

931 35

413 55

1,344 90

931 35

507 25

1,438 60

J. S. Wiley

988 27

480 98

1,469 25

1,114 92

1,114 92

George Terrill

933 75

933 75

966 25

966 25

John Haslett

931 35

97 91

1,029 26

931 35

587 25

1,518 60

Waters Smith

8.96 74

896 74

935 50

517 92

1,453 42

Benjamin F. Bache

874 92

312 25

1,187 17

935 75

312 25

1,246 00

A. A. Adee

1,208 83

1,208 83

1,164 25

1,164 25

Thomas Dillard

900 11

262 71

1,162 89

928 75

10 14

938 89

ASSISTANT SURGEONS.

W. A. W. Spotswood

590 00

590 00

592 50

320 16

912 66

Mifflin Coulter

793 42

793 42

665 99

12 12

678 11

George W. Palmer

691 35

389 61

1,080 96

691 35

392 65

1,084 00

William Whelan

540 10

215 56

755 66

638 10

533 49

1,171 59

William Milnor

434 34

434 34

dead.

Samuel Barrington

540 10

540 10

638 52

126 66

765 18

Thomas L. Smith

540 10

266 95

807 05

638 93

544 69

1,183 62

A. E. Kennedy

472 33

472 33

Dead.

Lewis B. Hunter

540 10

540 10

637 68

73 36

711 04

H. N. Glentworth

664 43

125 00

789 43

636 85

43 84

680 69

George Blacknall

782 60

782 60

744 35

124 10

868 45

William M. Wood

739 27

739 27

542 50

542 50

George B. McKnight

588 27

21 99

610 26

751 77

751 77

Jones W. Plummer

594 60

140 96

735 56

540 10

173 57

713 67

John Vaughan Smith.

708 66

708 76

708 76

708 76

Isaac Brinkerhoff

762 60

762 60

540 10

540 10

Daniel Egbert

540 10

186 44

726 54

540 10

540 10

Solomon Sharp

540 10

340 60

880 70

540 10

440 25

980 35

John F. Brooke

693 75

693 75

693 75

452 29.

1,146 04

--892--

General statement, &c.—Continued.

Names.

Pay and rations for 1833.

Allowances of all kinds for 1833.

Aggregate for 1833.

Pay and rations for 1834.

Allowances of all kinds for 1834.

Aggregate for 1834.

H. S. Coulter

$693 75

$86 40

$780 15

$693 75

$693 75

S. W. Ruff

645 67

46 65

692 32

720 26

$25 52

745 78

Frederick Wessels

542 50

134 36

676 86

628 33

237 39

866 22

Richard K. H. Sims

412 50

175 64

588 14

Died July 4, 1833.

John C. Spencer

584 00

65 52

649 52

814 83

814 83

William G. Micks

653 50

45 35

698 85

30 75

30 75

John B. Elliott

653 33

36 90

672 23

785 00

50 56

835 56

Amos G. Gambrill

642 50

458 60

1,001 10

678 00

16 76

694 76

George Clymer

770 67

770 67

602 00

602 00

Euclid Borland

574 17

8 12

582 29

682 00

682 00

Henry Dewitt Pawling

664 00

664 00

729 00

729 00

Jonathan M. Foltz

662 50

662 50

703 00

43 20

746 20

Hugh Morson

646 33

646 33

771 99

43 64

815 63

Wm. L. Van Horn

661 50

661 50

689 33

29 36

718 69

John C. Mercer

541 50

541 50

697 33

697 33

Samuel C. Lawrason

541 50

541 50

697 33

697 33

William J. Powell

542 50

542 50

659 00

18 88

677 88

Edward Gilchrist

541 00

541 00

684 99

684 99

John A. Lockwood

546 50

546 50

621 17

21 08

642 25

Daniel C. McLeod

542 00

542 00

708 83

708 83

Lewis W. Minor

542 50

$77 04

619 64

679 83

679 83

Robert M. Baltzer

542 50

542 50

718 33

718 33

Lewis Wolfley

542 00

64 64

606 64

622 17

622 17

J. F. Sickles

319 50

319 50

541 50

541 50

Napoleon C. Barrabina

318 50

25 52

344 02

602 50

602 50

M. G. Delaney

318 50

17 04

335 54

540 00

540 50

Henry S. Reynolds

338 50

8 12

346 69

542 50

542 50

Wm. F. McClennahan

318 50

318 50

602 50

602 50

E. H. Freeland

558 87

212 50

771 17

785 00

785 00

Richard Kennon

693 75

693 75

81 25

Resigned Nov. 12, 1833.

81 25.

PURSERS.

660 10

660 10

660 10

233 75

893 85

Clement S. Huntt

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Samuel Hambleton

660 10

100 00

760 10

660 10

660 10

Francis A. Thornton

660 10

509 25

1,169 35

660 10

509 25

1,169 35

James M. Halsey

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Edward Fitzgerald

539 10

256 25

795 35

660 10

524 49

1, 184 59

William S. Rodgers

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Samuel P. Todd

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

George Beale

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

James H. Clark

660 10

488 25

1,148 35

660 10

488 25

1,148 35

Joseph Wilson

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

William Sinclair

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

John N. Todd

660 10

458 25

1,118 35

660 10

461 25

1,121 35

Timothy Winn

660 10

1,220 19

1,880 29

660 10

194 41

854 51

Joseph H. Terry

660 10

491 25

1,151 35

660 10

279 32

939 42

Thomas Breese

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

John De Bree

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Charles O. Handy

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Silas Butler

660 10

262 12

922 22

660 10

660 10

Edward N. Cox

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

John N. Hambleton

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

William McMurtrie

660 10

128 28

788 38

660 10

221 28

881 38

Garret R. Barry

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

D. McF. Thornton

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Josiah Colston

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Dudley Walker

660 10

660 10

660 10

199 91

860 01

McKean Buchanan

660 10

25 28

686 38

660 10

311 21

971 31

Henry Etting

660 10

449 25

1,109 35

660 10

449 25

1,109 35

James Brooks

660 10

660 10

660 10

39 48

699 58

Grenville C. Cooper

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Francis B. Stockton

660 10

660 10

660 10

669 10

Francis G. McCauley

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

William A. Slacum

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Nathaniel Wilson

660 10

3,092 74

3,752 84

660 10

764 50

1,424 60

Philo White

660 10

660 00

660 10

47 88

707 98

Benjamin J. Cahoone

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Sterret Ramsay

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Edward T. Dunn

660 10

51 91

712 06

660 10

660 10

John A. Bates

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Andrew J. Watson

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Peyton A. Southall

 

 

 

 

 

 

--893--

General statement, &c.—Continued.

Names.

Pay and rations for 1833.

Allowances of all kinds for 1833.

Aggregate for 1833.

Pay and rations for 1834.

Allowances of all kinds for 1834.

Aggregate for 1834.

John S. Punch

$660 10

$660 10

$500 18

$18 88

$509 06

A. McD. Jackson

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

William P. Zantzinger

660 10

660 10

113 70

113 76

CHAPLAINS.

John D. Fenner

375 46

$259 13

634 59

Resigned.

James Everett

660 10

110 51

771 61

660 10

454 00

1,114 10

Addison Searle

634 44

325 04

959 48

237 60

65 96

303 56

John W. Grier

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Hervey H. Hayes

362 68

142 66

505 34

Resigned.

Charles S. Stewart

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

William Ryland

660 10

413 50

1,073 60

660 10

415 75

1,075 85

Timothy J. Harrison

660 10

406 75

1,066 85

660 10

406 75

1,066 85

Walter Colton

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

George Jones

660 10

660 10

660 10

660 10

Thomas R. Lambert

474 10

25 64

499 74

NAVY AGENTS.

James K. Paulding

2,000 00

2,400 00

4,400 00

2,000 00

2,400 00

4,400 00

George Harrison

688 17

800 00

1,488 17

To the 31st Mar. 1833.

Isaac Philips

820 09

778 51

1,598 60

To the 30th Sept. 1833.

Nash Legrand

2,000 00

2,400 00

4,400 00

2,000 00

2,400 00

4,400 00

John P. Henry

7 39

250 00

257 39

16 58

250 00

266 58

Daniel D. Brodhead

2,000 00

1,600 00

3,600 00

2,000 00

1,600 00

3,600 00

John Laighton

1,523 04

500 00

2,023 04

1,373 88

500 00

1,873 88

John T. Robertson

78 79

500 00

578 79

60 89

500 00

560 89

Elias Kane

1,911 87

1,900 00

3,811 87

1,998 43

1,900 00

3,898 43

Byrd C. Willis

1,079 39

1,031 25

2,110 64

1,478 76

1,375 00

2,853 76

Henry Toland

1,120 62

800 00

1,920 62

1,755 30

1,600 00

3,355 30

John Thomas

598 25

603 75

1,202 00

Abstract showing the items of all the accounts and claims for compensation and allowances of the captains, masters commandant, lieutenants, pursers, chaplains, and navy agents of the navy of the United States, for the fiscal years ending the 30th September, 1833 and 1834; showing, also, the places from and to which, and the computed distance between such places, and the amount for which transportation or travel has been allowed and paid to each officer of the navy.

John Rodgers, Commissioner.

Traveling expenses to Baltimore and back to Washington, in 1833, seventy-six miles by land, at 15 cents

$11 40

From Washington to Baltimore, thence to Norfolk, and back to Washington

45 30

Sixteen days' detention at Norfolk, at $3 per day

48 00

From Washington to Portsmouth, N. H., whole distance 491 miles:

 

By land 189, at 15 cents

$28 35

 

By water 302, at 10 cents

30 20

 

 

58 55

Same back to Washington

58 55

Eleven days' detention at different yards

33 00

Two hundred and thirteen days' attendance revising naval code, at $3 per day

639 00

 

$893 80

From 1st October, 1833, to 30th September, 1834: One hundred and six days' attendance as a member for revising the naval code, at $3 per day

$318 00

Traveling expenses from Washington to Baltimore, thirty-eight miles, land

5 70

From Baltimore to Norfolk, 179 miles, water

17 90

From Norfolk to Washington, 217 miles, water

21 70

Five days' detention at Norfolk

15 00

 

$378 30

 

Charles Morris, Commissioner.

From 1st October, 1832, to 30th September, 1833: Services as president of the court of inquiry, from 5th December, 1832, to 19th January, 1833, twenty-seven days, at $3 per day

$81 00

Traveling expenses from Washington to Sackett's Harbor, 549 miles:

 

By land 256 miles, at 15 cents

$38 40

 

By water 293, at 10 cents

29 30

 

 

67 70

--894--

Back to Washington

$67 70

Two days' detention, at $3

6 00

From Washington to Baltimore and back, 76 miles, at 15 cents

11 40

From Washington to Norfolk and back, 434 miles, at 10 cents

43 40

Seven days' detention at Norfolk, at $3

21 00

From Washington to Portsmouth, N. H., 491 miles:

 

By land 189 miles, at 15 cents

$28 35

 

By water 302 miles, at 10 cents

30 20

 

 

58 55

Back to Washington

58 55

Eleven days' detention at different yards, at 63

33 00

One hundred and ninety-four days, revising naval code, at $3

582 00

 

$950 30

For year 1834:

 

Eighty-six days' attendance, revising naval code, at $3

$258 00

Traveling expenses from Washington to Norfolk and back, via Baltimore, 434 miles:

 

By land 76 miles, at 15 cents

$11 40

 

By water 358 miles, at 10 cents

35 80

 

 

47 20

Five days' detention at Norfolk, at $3

15 00

From Washington to Portsmouth, N. H., 491 miles:

 

By land 183 miles, at 15 cents

$27 45

 

By water 309 miles, at 10 cents

30 90

 

 

58 45

Back to Washington

58 45

Fifteen days' detention at different yards, at $3

45 00

 

$482 10

 

Isaac Chauncey, commander of Navy yard, New York, and Commissioner.

At New York from 1st October, 1832, to 19th June, 1833:

 

For candles, at $65 per annum

$46 75

For wood, at $8 1/2 per cord

183 46

For three servants, at $8 each

207 21

For three rations

196 00

Traveling expenses from Washington to Portsmouth, N. H., 189 miles by land, at 15 cents, 302 miles by water, at 10 cents

58 55

Traveling expenses back to Washington

58 55

Eleven days' detention, at $3

33 00

 

$783 52

 

Isaac Chauncey, as Commissioner, for 1834.

Sixty-nine days, revising naval code, at $3

$207 00

Traveling expenses from Washington to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and back to Washington, on a visit to several navy yards:

 

364 miles, by land, at 15 cents

$54 60

 

618 miles, by water, at 10 cents

61 80

 

 

116 40

Eighteen days' detention at yards, at $3

54 00

 

$377 40

 

Isaac Hull, commandant Navy yard, Washington.

House provided for him in the navy yard. Allowances from 1st October, 1832, to 30th September, 1833:

 

Thirty cords of wood, at $4.25 per cord

$127 50

Candles

65 00

Three servants, at $8 per month each

288 00

Three servants' rations, at 25 cents

273 75

Per diem for revising naval code, rules and regulation, from 6th November, 1832, to 11th June, 1833, 218 days, at $3 per day

654 00

 

$1,408 25

From 1st October, 1833, to 30th September, 1834:

 

Candles

$65 00

Thirty cords of wood, at $4.50 per cord

135 00

Servants' wages

288 00

Servants' rations

273 75

Sixty-three days, revising naval code, at $3

189 00

 

$950 75

--895--

James Barron, commandant Navy yard, Philadelphia.

House rent, from 1st October, 1832, to 30th September, 1834

$600 00

Candles, same time

65 00

Thirty cords of wood, at $7

210 00

Three servants, each $8 per month

288 00

Three servants, at one ration per day, at 25 cents

273 75

House rent, from 1st October, 1833, to 30th September, 1834

600 00

Candles

65 00

Thirty cords of wood, at $6 per cord

180 00

Three servants, $8 per month each

288 00

Three servants, one ration per day, at 25 cents

273 75

 

$1,406 75

 

William Bainbridge, commandant Navy yard, Boston.

House provided in the yard. Allowances from 1st October, 1832, to 30th April, 1833, seven months:

 

Candles, at $65 per annum

$37 92

Wood, for same time, 17 1/2 cords, at $9.77 per cord

170 97

Three servants, seven months, at $8 per month each

168 00

Three servants' rations, at 25 cents per day

159 00

 

$535 89

 

Jacob Jones, commandant Baltimore station.

House rent, from 1st October, 1832, to 30th September, 1833

$300 00

Candles

65 00

Firewood, thirty cords, at $6 per cord.

180 00

Three servants, at $8 per month each

288 00

Three servants' rations, at 25 cents per day for each

273 75

Thirty-six days' allowance as president of board of examiners of midshipmen, held at Baltimore, at $3 per day

102 00

 

51,208 75

The same allowances as above for the year ending 30th September, 1834

$1,106 75

Forty days' allowance as president as above, $3 per day

120 00

 

$1,226 75

 

Lewis Warrington, commandant Navy yard, Norfolk.

From 1st October, 1832, to 30th September, 1833. House for time in the yard:

 

Candles

$65 00

Thirty cords of wood, at $3.50

105 00

Three servants, at $8 per month each

288 00

Three rations per day for same, at 25 cents each

273 75

Eleven days as president of court-martial, at $3

33 00

 

$764 75

From 1st October, 1833, to 30th September, 1834:

 

Candles, firewood, &c., as above

$731 75

Seventy-six days as president of court-martial, at $3

128 00

 

$959 75

 

William M. Crane, commandant Navy yard, Portsmouth, N. H.

From 9th October, 1832, to 30th September, 1833:

 

House provided in the yard.

 

Candles

$63 94

Firewood, thirty cords, at $6.75

198 56

Three servants, at $8 per month each

282 39

Three servants' rations, at 25 cents

263 31

Traveling expenses from Norfolk, Va., to Portsmouth, N. H., whole distance 647 miles:

 

By land, 144 miles, at 15 cents

$21 40

 

By water, 503 miles, at 10 cents

50 30

 

 

71 70

 

$879 70

--893--

From 1st October, 1833, to 30th September, 1834:

 

Candles

$65 00

Firewood, thirty cords, at $6.75

202 50

Three servants, at $8 each

288 00

Three servants' rations

273 75.

Traveling expenses from Portsmouth to Boston and back, whole distance 120 miles:

 

By laud, at 15 cents

18 00

One day's detention in Boston

3 00

 

$850 25

 

James Biddle.

Returning home from commanding the squadron in the Mediterranean:

 

Traveling expenses from Marseilles to Havre in the fall of 1832

$140 00

Passage from Havre to New York

210 00

 

$350 00

 

Charles G. Ridgley, commandant, New York.

From 30th June, 1833, to 30th September, 1833:

 

House provided in the navy yard.

 

Candles

$18 25

Firewood, thirty cords per annum, at $8.50

75 29

Three servants, at $8 each

80 79

Three servants' rations, at 25 cents

77 25

Traveling expenses from Baltimore to Washington

5 70

One hundred and thirty days' attendance at Washington, as a member of the board for revising rules of navy, at $3

390 00

Traveling expenses from Washington to New York:

 

By land, eighty-three miles, at 15 cents

$12 45

 

By water, 142 miles, at 10 cents

14 20

 

 

26 25

 

$673 93

From 1st October, 1833, to 30th September, 1834:

 

Candles

$65 00

Thirty cords wood, at $9

270 00

Three servants

288 00

Three servants' rations

273 75

Twenty-three days as member as above

69 00

Traveling expenses from New York to Washington and back, 450 miles:

 

By land, 166 miles, at 15 cents

$24 90

 

By water, 284 miles, at 10 cents

28 40

 

 

53 30

 

$1,019 05

 

Daniel T. Patterson, commanding Mediterranean squadron.

Cabin furniture, from 1st October, 1832, to 30th September, 1833, twelve months, at $30

$360 00

Same, for 1834

360 00

 

$720 00

 

M. T. Woolsey, commanding Brazil squadron.

Cabin furniture, from 7th January to 30th September, 1833, eight months twenty-four days, at $30

$264 00

Same, from 1st October, 1833. to 28th July, 1824, nine months, eight days, at $30

298 00

 

$562 00

 

John Downes, commanding squadron in the Pacific.

Cabin furniture from 1st October, 1832, to 30th September, 1833, at $30

$360 00

Cabin furniture to 7th June, 1834, eight months and seven days, at $30

247 60

Commission of one per centum on amount of bills drawn on Secretary of the Navy, while in command of the squadron in the Pacific

490 25

 

$737 25

--897--

John D. Henley, commanding West India squadron.

 

 

Traveling expenses in 1822, from Portsmouth, N. H., to Washington, whole distance 704 miles:

 

By water, 490 miles, at 10 cents

$49 00

 

By land, 214 miles, at 15 cents

32 10

 

 

$81 10

Cabin furniture from 9th October, 1832, to 30th September, 1833, eleven months and twenty-two days, at $30

352 00

 

$433 10

Cabin furniture for 1834

$360 00

Traveling expenses from Norfolk to Washington and back, 434 miles, by water, at 10 cents

43 40

 

Four days' attendance as witness, $3

12 00

 

$415 40

 

Jesse D. Elliot, Charleston.

At Charleston, from 24th October, 1832, to 30th April, 1833:

 

House rent, at $300 per annum

$156 57

Firewood, twelve and a half cords, at $6

75 00

Candles, at $65 per annum

33 92

Three servants, at $8 per month each

149 60

Three servants' rations

141 75

At Boston, from 12th May to 30th September, 1833:

 

House provided in the Navy yard.

 

Candles, at $65 per annum

25 00

Thirty cords wood, per annum, at $9.77

114 30

Three servants, at $8 per month

111 21

Three servants' rations

106 50

 

$913 85

From 1st October, 1833, to 30th September, 1834:

 

Candles

$65 00

Thirty cords wood, at $8.75

262 50

Three servants, at $8 per month each

288 00

Three servants' rations

273 75

 

$889 25

 

Stephen Cassin, on leave.

Forty-one days' service, as member of a court-martial on board the Java, at Norfolk, in 1834, at $3

$123 00

Traveling expenses from Washington to Norfolk, and back, by water

43 40

 

$166 40

 

James Renshaw, commanding frigate Brandywine.

Cabin furniture from 1st October, 1832, to 20th July, 1833, nine months and twenty days, at $20 per month

$193 33

Cabin furniture from 29th July to 30th September, 1834, two months and three days

63 00

Traveling expenses from Middletown, Conn., to Norfolk, Va.:

 

By water, 445 miles, at 10 cents

$44 50

 

By land, fifty-one miles, at 15 cents

7 65

 

 

52 15

 

 

$308 48

 

A. S. Wadsworth, surveying Narraganset Bay.

Traveling expenses from Washington to Newport, R. I., and back, in 1832, 806 miles:

 

By land, 166 miles, at 15 cents; by water, 640 miles, at 10 cents

$88 90

For allowance of double rations, from 4th June to 1st December, 1832, 1,448 rations, at 25 cents

362 00

For allowance of double rations, in December, 1832, to 7th June, 1833, 186 rations, at 25 cents

44 00

Chamber money from 4th June to 1st December, 1832, at $2 per week

51 71

 

$546 61

Commanding Pacific squadron: Cabin furniture from 30th October, 1832, to 30th September, 1834, eleven months and one day, at $30

$331 00

--898--

E. P. Kennedy, waiting orders.

Forty-four days' attendance as member of court-martial, in 1833 and 1834, at $3

$132 00

Traveling expenses from Fairfax Court House to Norfolk, 238 miles:

 

By water, 217 miles, at 10 cents

$21 70

 

By land, twenty-one miles, at 15 cents

3 15

 

 

24 85

 

$156 85

 

George Read, commanding frigate Constellation .

Cabin furniture to 30th September, 1833, twelve months, at $20

$240 00

Cabin furniture to 30th September, 1834, twelve months at, $20

240 00

 

$480 00

 

Henry E. Ballard, commanding U. S. ship Delaware.

Traveling expenses from Baltimore to New York:

 

By water, 142 miles, at 10 cents

$14 20

By land, forty-five miles, at 15 cents

6 75

 

$20 95

Forty-seven days' attendance as member of board of examiners and of court-martial, at $3 per day

141 00

Eighteen days' per diem for superintending rendezvous

54 00

Cabin furniture from 21st February to 30th September, 1833, at $25

183 33

Traveling expenses from New York to Norfolk and thence to Baltimore:

 

By water, 614 miles, at 10 cents

$61 40

 

By land, forty-one miles, at 15 cents

6 15

 

 

67 59

 

$445 92

Cabin furniture from 1st October, 1833, to 12th February, 1834, at $25

$110 00

Cabin furniture from 13th February to 30th September, 1834

152 00

 

 

$262 00

 

J. J. Nicholson.

Traveling expenses from Baltimore to Boston, in 1834, whole distance 394 miles:

 

By land, eighty-one miles, at 15 cents

$12 55

 

By water, 313 miles, at 12 cents

37 56

 

 

$49 71

 

A. J. Dallas, commanding Navy yard, Pensacola, to 30th September, 1833.

House in navy yard.

 

Candles

$65 00

Firewood, thirty cords, at $5

150 00

Three servants, at $8 per month each

288 00

Three servants' rations

273 75

 

$776 75

 

To 7th July, 1834:

 

Candles, at $65 per annum

50 01

Firewood, 30 cords per annum, at $5

115 40

Three servants, at $8 per month each

221 61

Three servants' rations

210 00

Four days' attendance as witness at court-martial

12 00

Traveling expenses from Norfolk to Washington, 217 miles, by water

21 70

From Pensacola to Washington, fifty-six miles, by water, at 10 cents

$5 60

 

Same, 994 miles, by land, at 15 cents

149 10

 

 

154 70

From Perth Amboy to Norfolk, forty-one miles by land, at 15 cent

$6 15

 

346 by water, at 10 cents

34 60

 

 

40 75

 

$826 17

 

J. B. Nicholson, commanding frigate United States.

Cabin furniture for 1833

$240 00

Cabin furniture for 1834

240 00

 

$480 00

 

Thomas Ap C. Jones, inspector of ordnance.

Eighteen days' services inspecting ordnance, from 15th November to 3d December, 1833, at $3

$54 00

Traveling expenses from New York to Washington, 225 miles:

 

By land, 247 miles, at 15 cents

$22 05

 

By water, seventy-eight miles, at 10 cents

7 80

 

 

29 85

--899--

From Philadelphia to Washington, 138 miles:

 

By land, fifty-eight miles, at 15 cents

$8 170

 

By water seventy-eight miles, at 10 cents

7 80

 

 

$16 50

Inspecting ordnance from 1st to 9th October, 1833, eight days, at $3

24 00

Inspecting ordnance from 8th to 14th November, 1833, seven days, at $3

21 00

Transportation to and from arsenals

21 32

Traveling expenses from Washington to Norfolk, by water, 217 miles, at 10 cents

21 70

476 miles by water, at 10 cents, on inspection duty

$47 60

 

414 miles by water, at 15 cents, on inspection duty

62 10

 

 

109 70

One hundred and nine days preparing instruments and inspecting ordnance at Portsmouth, &c., at $3

327 00

 

$625 13

 

William C. Bolton, waiting orders.

For 1834, forty days' attendance to examine midshipmen, at $3

$120 00

Traveling expenses from Washington to Baltimore, 38 miles, at 15 cents

5 70

 

$125 70

 

Wm. B. Shubrick.

Traveling expenses from Baltimore to Norfolk and back to Baltimore, in 1834, 510 miles by water, at 10 cents

$51 00

Forty-one days' attendance at Norfolk on court-martial, at $3.

123 00

 

$174 00

 

Alexander Claxton, on leave of absence.

Traveling expenses in 1833 from Stafford to New York and back, 124 miles, at 10 cents

$12 40

 

George Budd, master commandant.

For cabin furniture while commanding Vandalia, from 12th September, 1832, to 9th October, 1833, at $15 per month

$194 00

Services as president of court-martial twenty-one days, at $3

63 00

 

$257 00

 

Lawrence Kearney, master commandant.

For attending rendezvous at New York from 1st October to 31st December, 1832:

 

House rent, $300 per annum

$75 00

Candles, at $40 per annum

10 00

Five cords of wood, at $8.50

42 50

Two servants, at $8 per month each

48 00

Rations for two servants

46 00

 

$221 50

 

Foxhall A. Parker, master commandant.

Traveling expenses from Snickersville, Va., to Norfolk, Va., whole distance 266 miles:

 

By land 87, at 15 cents

$13 05

 

By water 179, at 10 cents

17 90

 

 

$30 95

House rent from 15th November, 1833, to 30th September, 1834, at $300 per annum

264 19

Candles, at $40 per annum, $35.22; twenty cords of wood per annum, at $3.50, $61.63

96 85

Two servants, at $8 per month, $169.07; rations for same, $160.