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TABLE NO. 5— NUMBER OF ACRES APPROVED
DIRECT BY THE UNITED STATES TO RAIL-
ROADS IN FLORIDA, UNDER ACT OF
CONGRESS OF MAY 17, 1856.

Name of Railroad. Acres.

Alabama & Florida (from Pensacola to Ala-
bama line) 166,691.08

Pensacola & Georgia (from Lake City to Pen-
sacola) \ 1,273,105.37

Fla. Atlantic & Gulf Central (from Jackson-
ville to Lake City) 29,103.74

Florida Railroad (from Fernandina to Cedar
Key) 290,183.28

Florida Central & Peninsular (from Waldo to
Tampa) 436,073.48

Total approved direct by the United States. 2,195,156.95
Total af res conveyed to railroads by the Trus-
tees of the Internal Improvement Fund of
Florida 8,242,317.69

Grand total to railroads 10,437,474.64

Total acres conveyed to Canal and Drainage
Companies by the Trustees of the Internal

Improvement Fund of Florida 2,276,173.14

t(Lands not deeded to railroads, although claimed in cer-
tifi<^ates, are not included in the above estimates.)



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TABLE NO. 6— STATEMENT SHOWING THE STA-
TUS OF ALL SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED
LANDS PATENTED TO THE STATE PRIOR
TO JAN. 1, 1905, UNDER ACT OF CON-
GRESS OF SEPT. 28, 1850.

Number of acres patented to the

State 20,133,900.67

Number of acres conveyed to

railroad companies 8,242,317.69

Number of acres deeded to ca-
nal and drainage companies. 2,276,173.14

Number of acres deeded E. N.
Dickerson in 1867 for coupons
on Florida R. R. bonds,
which fell due prior to 1866. . 248,602.98

-Number of acres deeded Wm. E.
Jackson in 1868 for coupons
on Florida Atlantic and Gulf
Central R. R. bonds 113,064.80

Wells & Randolph, agents of the
State to select swamp and
overflowed lands, under con-
tract with the Governor of
Florida of Nov. 8, 1851, re-
ceived the proceeds from sale
of about 100,000.00

Number of acres deeded on ac-
count of L. G. Dennis, agent
of the State to procure and
receive patents for swamp and
overflowed lands at Washing-
ton, under contract with the
Governor of Florida of Nov.
10, 1875 (see orders of trus-
tees of July 5, 1881 and April
14, 1883) 5,800.27

Number of acres deeded on ac-
count of Williams & Swann,
agents of the State, to select

swamp and overflowed lands '^ ' -

under contract with the Trus-
tees of the Int. Imp. Fund of
March 5, 1871 39,480.27



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TABLE No. 6— Continued.

(Other lands were deeded on ac-
count of W. & S. under above
contraiet, belonging to the Int.
Imp. Fund proper, embracing
4,837.98 acres for |6,155.73,
are not embraced in this
statement, as they were not
swamp am' overflowed land*. »

"fifumber of acres deeded on a*'
count of Williams, Hwann and
Cor ley, agents of the State to
select swamp and overflowed
lands under contract with the
Trustees of the Int. Imp.
Fund of May 18, 1873 13,542.61

(Other lands were deeded on
account of W., S. & C, under .
above contract, belonging to
the Int. Imp. Fund proper,
amounting to 15,163.56 acres,
which are not embraced in
this statement, as they were
not swamp and overflx)wed
lands.)

Number of acres deeded on ac-
count of Sydney I. Wailes,
agent of the l^tate to pro€ure
patents for swamp and over-
flowed lands at Washington,
under contracts with the Trus-
tees of the Int. Imp. Fund of
April 13 and Oct. 19, 1878. .. . 224,562.80

Kumber of acres deeded on ac-
count of John A. Henderson
agent of the State to select
swamp and overflowed lands
under contract with the Trus-
tees of the Int. Imp. Fund, of
March 15, 18S4 161,134.68 •

(Other lands wore deeded on ac-
count of J. A. Hendei-son,
amounting to 3,685.72 acres.



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TABLE No. 6— Continued.

which have not been patented
and are not embraced in thi»
statement, as they are not pat-
ented.) X

27amber of acres deeded on ac-
count of 8. W. Teagne, agent
of the State to select swamp
and overflowed lands under
contract with the Trustees of
the Int. Imp. Fund, of March
22, 1902 5,778.37

Number of acres deeded in Diss-

ton sale 4,000,000.00 '

NumbLr of acre;* deeded ti» aU

other persons 1,723,203.60

Total disposed of 17,153,661.21

Leaving balance on hand, Jan.

1, 1905 2,980,239.4a

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TABLE No. 7— SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED LANDS

Since tlie first day of January, 1903, the following Pat-
ents for Swarap and Overflowed Lands have been received
from the United States,, to-wit : .

Acres-
Patent No. 137, Gainesville District 2,862,280.00

Patent No. 138, Gainesville District 295.63

Patent No. 139, Gainesville District 1,749.96

Patent No. 140, Gainesville District 2,700.00

Patent No. 141, Gainesville District 40.11

Patent No. 142, Gainesville District 2,928.19

:patent No. 143, Gainesville District 2,339.03

Patent No. 144, Gainesville District 4,647.31

Patent No. 145, Gainesville District 9,042.91

Patent No. 146, Gainesville District 2,253.89

Patent No. 147, Gainesville District 1,516.77

Patent No. 148, Gainesville District 2,343.94

Patent No. 149, Gainesville District 3,620.99

Patent No. 150, Gainesville District 313,648.')1

Patent No. 151, Gainesville District 63.2o

Total 3,009,469.99

Quantity previously patented,
as shown by report of Com-
missioner of Jan. 1, 1903. . . 17,124,430.68



Making total patents received. 20,133,900.67

The quantity disposed of prior

to Jan. 1, 1903, as shown by

last report of Commissioflfer,

less 88,933.41 acres recon-

veyed 16,733,068.15

Amount sold in 1901, embraced

in patents received in 1903,

not deducted in last report,

as land had not then been -«-.,-. m

patented 205,285.00 ^

Amount conveyed to 8. W. ' "" * 1

Teague in 1903 606.05

Amount sold in 1903 109,732.14

Amount sold in 1904 4,600.39 .

Amount conveyed to S. W. : 7 ? * ^

Teague in 1904 6,778.37 ""



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TABLE No. 7— Continued.

Amount conveyed J. A. Hen-
derpon in 1904, (98,276.83
acres, of which 3,()85.72 acres
have not been patented, leav-
ing 94,591.11 patented) 94,591.11

Total disposed of up to Jan. 1, 1905 17,153,06151



Leaving balance on hand Jan. 1, 1905 2,980,239.4ft



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TABLE NO. 8.



XiUt of Swamp and Overflowed Lands Sold During tlie Years*
1903 and 1904.



1903.



1904.



No.

Entry.



Acres .



Amount.



No.

Entry.



Acres .



Amount.



15,791


6.40


$ 6.40


15,863


536.73


$ 805.10^


15,792


28 65


14. 3S


15,864


40.00


20.00


15,793


3,600.00


3,000. OC


16,868


1,920.00


960.00


16,794


700.00


1,000. C(


15,871


40.14


40.14


15.822


76.08


26.6:^


15,873


75.02


187.55


15,824


11,520.00


3.456. C(


15,877


78.20


97.75


15,825


11,520 00


3 456.((


15,881


240.00


3C0.C0


16,826


11,520.00


3,456. OC


15,882


1,192.44


1,490.55


15;827


11,620.00


3 4 56. a


15,883


39.79


19.58-


15,828


11,520.00


3,456. 0(


15,884


40 CO


50. CO


15,829


11,520 CO


3,458. a


15,885


40 CO


50.00


15},830


8,480.00


2,544, 0(


15.888


39 89


99.73


15,831


22,400. G(.


6,720. C(


15,889


63.25


79.06


15,884


1,120.00


1,400. 0(


15.890


UO.CO


150.00


15,886


3,836.93


:2,877.7(


J5.891


41.43


51.79


15,841


44.08


44. OJ-


15,892


80.00


^0.00


15,844


320.00


320. OC


15,899
rotal 1904


13.50


27.00


Total 1903


'109,732.14


$ 38,689. U


4,600.39


$ 4,568.25



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TABLE NO. 9— SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED LANA
CONVEYED TO S. W. TEAGUB UNDER ORDER
OP TRUSTEEJS OP MAY 16 AND NOV. 11,
1903, IN PAYMENT FOR SERVICES IN-
SPECTING J.ANDS IN PLACE WITH
GOVERNMENT AGENT.

Date of Entry. No. of Entry. AerM»

December 15, 1903 15,850 24«i9C

fDecember 15, 1903 16.851 208.78

;December 15, 1903 15,852 169jW

Total 60«.«^

.'Swamp and overflowed lands conveyed to S. W.
Teague under order of Trustees of March 22,
1902, and July 29, 1904, in part payment for
services for making selections of swamp and
overflowed lands, a« per entry No. 15,875,

July 29, 1904 5,617.1*

As per entry No. 15,893, December 13, 1904 UUKt

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Total 5,77&ar

:Swamp and overflowed lands conveyed on^ ac-
count of John A. Henderson, State agent, un-
der contract with Trustees of Mlarch 15, 1884,
and orders of Trustees of Nov. 15, 1897, and
Dec. 28, 1904, as per entry No. 15,898, Dec.

28, 1904 98,2TltaB?

♦(Of which 3,685.72 acres have not yet been patented.)



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TABLE NO. 10— SWAMP LAND INDEMNITY.

The quantity of lands located by the respective owners
of ^wainp Land Indemnity Certificates, which have been
patented to the State, is as follows ;

Acres*

Amount as per last report 85,333.38

Supplement **E'' to Special Indemnity

Patent No. 4 \ 207.43

Supplement "B" to Indemnity Patent

No. 4 6,116.13 6,323.5t>

Total 91,656.94

Of which, there has been conveyed by
the State to the owners of the cer-
tificates, or to such persons as they
direct, as shown by last repoii: 56,186.92

CJonveyed during the years 1903 and •

1904 .'. '» .* 31,303.58

Total 87,4OT.50f



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TABLE NO. 11.— INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT LANDS.
Granted Under Act of Congress September 4, 1841.



Acres.
Amount on hand January 1, 1903 (actual calculation).-. 81,988.19

Amount sold during 1903 14,948.56

Amount sold during 1904 1,643.21— 16,591.77

Balance on hand January 1, 1905 15,346.42



List of Internal Improvement Lands Sold During the Years
1903 ard 1904.



1903.



1904.



No.
Entry.


Acres .


Amount


No.

Entry.


Acres.


Amount.


15,795


40.13


$ 50.16!


15,856


40.22


$ 50.27


15 797


39.87


4^.84


15,857


40.63


50.79


15,799


40.47


50.59


15,858


40.22


50.28


15,800


2,657.72


1,727.61


15.859


40.22


60.28


15,801


40.00


50.00


15,860


201.53


201.53


15,802


40 07


50.09


15.861


40.40


50.50


15,805


40.12


50.15


15,862


120 90


151.13


15,817


440.67


550.84


15,865


40.07


50.09


15,818


160.00


96.00


15,866


40.00


50.00


15,819


73.81


73.81


15,889


40.00


50.00


15.821


45 33


56.66


15,872


867.97


367.97


15,823


8,837.78


8,837.76


15,876


40.11


50.14


15,832


126 55


94.91'


15,878


304.00


481.12


15,833


•80.61


80.61'


15,880


40 00


50.00-


15,835


615.45


484.09


15,894


78.94


157.88


15.837


40.12


60.18'


15,896


40 00


80.00


15.840
15,842


120.35
678.67


150.541
678.67'


15.897


47.98


95.96








15,846


40 22


50.28


total 1904


1,563.19


$ 2,037.94


15 847


40 01


50.01








15,848


78 88


78.881








15,853


39 95


49.94








16,864


39 95


49.94








16,855


160.52


200.65


1






Total 1908


14,547.23


$ 18,672.11





• The missing numbers are Swamp or Installment Entries. See
Tab'es Nos. 8 and 12.



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TABLE NO. 12.

List of Internal Improvement Lands So^d Under the Provisions
of Sections 449 to 453, Revised Statutes, During^ the Years
1908 and 1904.



1903.


1904.






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15,796


40.11


$ 50.14


$ 16.67


15,867


40.12


$ 50.15


$16.72


15,798
15,803


39.69
40.08


49.61
50.10


16.75
16.75


15,870


39.90


49.88


16.70










15,804


40.08


50.10


16.75


Total 1904


80.02


$100.03


$38.42


15,808


40.08


50.10


16.75








15,820


40.40


50.50


16.75








15,838


40.12


60.18


20.06








15,843


40.07


50.09


16.70








15,845


40.07


50.09


16.70








15^9


40.63
401.33


50.79


16.93








Total 1903


$ 511.70


$ 170.81





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TABLE NO. 13— LI?T OP INTERNAL IMPROVE-
MENT LANDS.



Sold under the provisions of Sees. 449 to 453, Revised
iStatntes, prior to January Ist, 1903, upon whicli pay-
:ments were made during tlie years of 1903 and 1904.



1903.



1904.



No.

of

Entry


No,
of


Amt.


No.

of

Entry


No.
of


Amt.


Install-
in ent


Paid


Insta'l-
ment


Paid


15,515


3


f 16.65


15,650


2


f 16.65


15,596


3


16.65


15,796


2


16.74


15,563


2 and 3


33.44


15,594


3


16.86


15,612j


2 and 3


66.65


15,729


2


20.10


15,786|


2 and 3|


loaoo


15,098(


2 and 3


33.40


15,547


3


16.68
33.72


15,564


3


33.4(J


15,608


3


15,640


3


33.12


15,594 1


2


16.861


15,555 1


2 and 3


33.25


15,640


2


33.131


15,631


3


33.30


15,631


2


33.35


15,838


2 and 3


40.13


15,632


■2


16.65


15,773


2


16.70


15,588


3


16.65


15,632


3


16.60


15,589


3


16.50


15,663


3


16.34


15,590


3


1«.62


15,783


3


16.75


15,591


3


16.82


15,729


3


20.07


15,109 1 5


I and 3|


66.65 1


15,775


2 and 3


66.66


15,663 1


2


17.00


15,654


3


16.38


15,654


2
3


i7.oe

16.60


15,849
T'l. 1904


2


16.93


15,593 1

1


1463.33



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TABLE NO. 14.— SCHOOL LANDS GRANTED LENDER
ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1845, FEB-
RUARY 26, 1859, AND FEBRUARY 28, 1891.

Acres.
Amount on hand January 1, 1903. (ax>proxi-

mated) ^ * 218,461.71

Amount of school indcninitv lands approved in

1904 ^. ,. 2,200.76

Total 220,662.47

Amount sold in 1903 73,225.14

Amount sold in 1904 12,059.79— 85,284.93



Balance on hand January 1, 1905 135,377.54



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TABLE NO. 15— LIST OP SCHOOL LANDS SOLD
DURING THE YEAR 1903.



No. Entry



Acres j Amount || No Entry | Actei



Amount



3,374
3,375
3,376
3,377
3,378
3,379
3,380
3,381
3,382
3,383
3,384
3,385
3,388
3,389
3,390
3,391

3,394
3,395
3,396
3,397
3,398
3,399j
3,4001
3,4021
3,403
3,404
3,405
3,406

3,408
3,409
3,410
3,411
3,412
3,413
3,414
3,415
3,416
c:,418



40.13
1,243.37

39.98

39.95
319.92
200.08

80.00
382.51

39.90

2,561.32

119.86

1,039.50

400.35

640.00

40.78
200.15

998.98

478.74

104.501

119.991

5,691.61'

1,840.80;

80.(M)i

3,836.721

519.40

40.00 ;

406.631
400.451

640.24

640.00

1,280.00

75.98

640.001

239.04

159.24

880.30

1,091.07

2,646.73



50.16

1,554.21

39.98

39.95

319.92!

250.101

100.00 i

478.141

49.881

3,201.65 1

119.861

1,299.37J

500.44 j

800.001

50.98 1

^30.09 1



1,248.731 1
598.43 Ji
130.621 1
149.99 I

5,691.61';

2,301.00, 1
100.00 1 1

4,796.90 ; I



3,438
3,439
3440
3,441
3,442
3,443
3,445
3,446
3,448
3,449
3,450 :
3,4511
3,452
3,453
3,454
3,455-
3,456!
3,457'
3,45S|
3,459:
3,460'
3,461 1
3,4621
3,463 j
3,464,



25!).70


1 3.465


160.04


50.00


3.466


159.63


508.29


3,467


442.74


500.50


3,468


40.23


i


3,469


80.00


800.30


3,470


160.00


800.00


3,471


400.15


1,600.00


3,472


640.24


75.98


3,473


80.15


800.00


3,474


361.54


298.80


3,475


3,827.90


199.05


3,477


120.00


1,100.38


3,478


640.00 1


1.363.841


3,479


641.20



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40.05

40.00
317.28
643.76
640.76
6,310.61
440.00
400.50
319.50
480.42
1,120.00
640.00

80.00
640.40
279.44 1
440.00 1

40.181
199.61
644.641

40.00 ;

120.181
40.05 1
1,684.72 1
1,241.511
39.951
60.04
59.63
42.74
40.28
80.00
60.00
00.15
40.24
80.15
61.54
27.90
20.00
40.00
41.20
319.42



50.06

50.00

396.60

804.70

640.76

7,888.26
550.00
500.63
399.38
600.53

1,400.00
800.00
100.00
800.50
349.30
550.00
100.33
249.51
805.80
50.00
150.23
50.06

2,105.90

1,551.89
49.94
200.05
199.54
553.43
* 50.29
100.00
200.00
500.19
800.30
100.19
451.93

4,784.88
150.00
800.00
801.50
399.28



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TABLE No. 15— Continaed.



No. Entry | Aeras


Amouiit


No. Entry


Aoros


Amoant


3,420


598.13


747.66


3,481


407.25


609.0«


3,421


640.04


800.05


3,482


40.64


60.80


3,425


521.76


652,20


3,483


81.68


102.10


3,426


560.00


560.00


1%


39.97


49.96


3,428


200.08


250.10


39.89


49.87


3,429


628.40


785.50


3i486


6,275.86


6;2fl6M


3,430


360.45


450.56


3,487


698.76


748.46


3,432


640.00


800.00


3,488


400.00


300.00


3,433


558.50


698.12


3,489


634.32


792.90


3,435


2,517.80


3,147.25


3,490


40.02


6q.03


3,436


1,284.40


1,605.50


3,491


240.75


300.94


3,437


640.16


800.20


3,492
T'l. 1903


399.35
72,503.18


499.19




$86,117.90



* The missing numbers ore Seminary or InstfiLllment Ea-
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TABLE NO. 16.
List of School Lands Sold During the Year i0O4>.



No.

Entry.


Acres.


Amount.


No.
Entry.


Acres.


Amount.


a,493


40 06


$ 50.07:1 3,517


640.00


$ 1,280.00


&494


199.48


249.35


3,518


640.00


1,280.CO'


3,495


39. 8K


49.85


3,519


50.00


62.50'


3,496


39.88


49.8511 3,521|


600.00


450.00


3,498


240.00


300. OC


,1 3 522


119.64


149.55


3,499


516 23


1.032. 46i, 3,523


639.60


799.50


3.500


639.52


,1,279.04


1; 3,524


39 80


99.50


3^501


120.10


150.1!]


1 3,525


640.00


800.00


3,502


401.23


501.54


i 3.526


160 06


320.12


3,503


359.61


449.51


i 3,527


320.60


512.96


3,504


39.97


49. 9(


r 3 528


320.60


512.96


3,505


31.50


39.381 3,530
83.3Si 3.o8l


241 35


482.70


3,506


66.70


100.00


200.10'


3,507


641 50


801.8.^


3,532


:^7 32


74.64


3,508


160 00


240. CK


>i 3,533'


80.31


160.62


3,510


40.09


50.11


; 3,r-34'


633,53


791.91


3,511


5 42


5.41


3,530


520.00


650.00


3,512


20H.20


208. 2(


3.586


6o^^00


750.00-


3,513


•404.84


404.84


8,537


639.60


1,279.20


3,514


1(53. 25


204. OP


! 3,538


160.00


320.00


3,515
3,516


160 14
239.81


2(X).18
479.62








i Total

II


11,939.82


$ 17,854.98



When entries Nos. 2,302 t«> 3306, inclusive, were made, Au-
gust 15, 1902. amounting? to $1,517.56, the amount was charged
on floats issued.by Board, January 4, 1902; and not knowing the
Treasurer had not placed the money he received for the floats to
the credit of the School Fund, but was holding it under order of
the Board as per minutes of Board of January 4, 1902, to be cred-
ited when notified of these entries, these certificates of entries
were not turned over August 15, 1902 and were turned in Febru-
ary 20, 1904, to have amount of same proi erly credited to School
Fund. This money was never paid into this otlice.

* The missing numbers are Seminasy or Installment Entries.
SeeTable^^Nos. 17 and 19.



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TABLE yo. 17.

/List of School Lands SoM Under the Provisions of Sections
449 to 453, Revised statutes, During the Years 1903 and 1904,



IflOS.


1904.






6








6








03


.


1




'%




^




S


TS


t




•M


•«




en





'i


! 1


en


c

3


I






i


.a


' 5"





fl


CO


M


<


<


o


^


< <


Q


3,386


39.9';


$ 49.fi6


$ 16.33


3,509


1 1

80.00.$100.CO $33.34


3.387


40 V,


50.21


16.75


3,539


39.97 49.96 16.70


3,392
3,393


,40 a

140. Of


50. 0(

50. oe


16.75
16.67








Total 1904


119 97 $149. Cr


$50.04


. 3,401


82. a


102. 5f


34.20




i




3,407


40. 0(


50. 0(


16.75






3,417


40. Of


50. Of


16.75






3,422


39. 9(


49. K


17. CO






3,423


39. 4f


49. 3f


16.75






3,424


40. 0(


50. a


16.75






3,444


161. OC


201. 2r


66.67






3,447


79 2c


99. 0(


33.34






3,476


40.07


50.0f


16.67






Total 1903


721. 9e


$ 902.44


$ 301.38











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TABLE NO. 1»— LIST OF SCHOOL LANDS



Sold under the provisions of Sections 449 to 453, Re-
vised Statutes, prior to January lat, 1903, upon which
payments were made during the years of 1903 and 1904.



1903.



1904.



No

of

Entry


of




Amount


No.

of

Entry


No.,


Amount


iDBta 1-
luent




Paid


Instal'-
ruent


Paid


3,027


3




$ 16.55


2,889


2 and 3


f 66.52


3,009


2 and


3


99.83


1 3,145


3


16.60


3,061


3




14.98


1 3,294 1


2 and 3


67.00


3,12.5 1 3




16.64


1 3,248


2


16.68


3,01512 and


3


66.43


1 3,129


3


16.68


2.795 1 2 and


3|


33.38


1 2,673 1


2 and 3


33.36


3.22812 and


3


99.44


i 3,259


2


16.65


3,154


2




16.51


1 3,143


3


16.69


2,951


2 and


3


1 66.88


1 2.8761


2 and 3


33.36


3,042


3


1


66.26


3.154


3


16.52


3,115|2 and


3


65.25


3,180


3


16.57


3,174


2




33..38


3,266


2


12.83


3,082


3




16.87


3,185


3


33.17


3.055


3




50.25


2,728


3


33.40


3,070


3




16.77


3.238


2


16.74


3,143


2




16.68


2,556


3


12.29


3,036| 3




33.35


1 3,278|


2 and 3


33.30


3,180 1 2




16.57


1 3.175


3


16.70


■3,185 1 2




33.17


2,825


2


16.83


3,124{2 and


3


66.86


3,041


2


33.35


•2,798


2 and


3


33.42!


2,821 1


2 and 3


33.86


2,807


2 and


3


33..38


2,9181


2 and 3


33.49


3,175


2




16.71


3,001


2 and 3


33.25


3,081


3




33.25


2,822


3


16.65


3,065


3




16.59


2,827


3


33.40


3,033 [2 and


3


132.69


2,860


3


16.70


D,048|2 and


3


132.69


1 3,225 1


2 and 3


33.35


2,740|2 and


3


33.75


1 2,681


2 and 3


33.3S


3,090| 3




66.72


1 3,207


3


66.71


2,215|2 and


3


33.37


i 3,208


3


66.72






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1903. 1904.



of

Entry



No
of
Install-
ment



2,()75l2 and

3,108 1 3

3,401! 2 and

3.207 1 2

3,2081 2



2,941


2


and


3,147


2


and


:{.174


3


3,224


2


3,444 2


and


3.137


3


3,104


1
1


3



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SCHOOL INDEMNITY LANDS.

On February 14th, 1893, the State Board of Educatioa.
appointed B. F. ITampton, Esq., of Gain(5Hville, Florida^
agent to select Sdiool indemnity Lands due the State
under act of Congress of February 20, 1859, and after-
wards the board entered into contract with Mr. James
M. Graham, of Alachua county, Florida, to sell him all
lands approved to the State under the selection of B.
F. Hampton, at the rate of one dollar and twenty-five
cents an acre. The board has not been put to any ex-
pense in making these selections, and has not paid any
commissions for the work.

The contract made with Messrs. Graham and Hamp-
ton is as follows :

Statk of Florida.
Leon (^'ounty.

This contract made and entered into this 25th day
of April, A. T). L^a'5, by and between Heni-y L. :Mitchell,
Governor; William B. Lamar, Attorney -General; Joha-
L. Crawford, Secretary of State; Clarence B. Collins^
State Treasurer, and William N. Sheats, Superintendent
Public Instruction, as officei's and meml>ers of the State
Board of Education of Florida, parties of the fi?st part,
and James M. Graham, by his attorney in fact, Benjamiir


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