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Summey, Spears & Co.,

B. J. Smith,

Gaines, Deaver & Co.,

H. F. WolstenholmeSj

G. W. Goodlake,

J. H. Rumbough,

Thomas L. Yail, -

T. P. Siler, ^^

W. W. Ward,

IW. G. Lamb,

J. P. Nowel,

Martin County, per Asa Biggs, Agent,

P. G. Foster,

John Watts,

C. H. K. Taylor,
Williamson Page,
Willie Askew,
Wm. G. Hill,
W. B. Hughes & Bro.,
T. H. McRorie,
Davidson & Miller,.
Watts, White & Co., .^*->
Jamison, Simonton & Co.,
Wm. M. Parsley,
Moore county, per Alex. Kelly,
Hartiett county, per J. Pt. Grady, Ag't,
C. N. McAdoo,

Catawba county, per P. F. Simonton,

Johnston Co., in part per J. B. Beckwith,

Thos. G. Whitaker,

W. H. Carrer,

Cape Fear Steamboat Co., per J. A.

Worth,
Committee of Safety, Newbern, per A.

T. Jerkins,
,Newbern, Washington & tlyde county



119

26
1,620
30
62
298
36

m

14187
1,280|94:

22

1,944

286

102

30
591
130
171
ISO
7,267

40

61
504



20
25

92
74
02
50
65



■87
45
34

10
98



50

97

83

68
4645



22

5

264

297

190

168

532

1,122

5,426

3,708

35

2,856

3,000

14

129

807

4,581



50

16
01
70
20
56
51
06
53

61



82
20

86



1862.



-Comptroller's Statement.



151



Steamboat Company, per R. L. My
ers, Afijeut,

Paul C. CaraeroD,

Davie county, per A. G. Carter,

Sundry persons,under resolution of Gen-
eral Assembly, in favor of claims al-
lowed by Board of Claims, as follows :

B. W. Goodwin,

N. Wightman & Co.,

J. N. Smith,

Wm T. Moore,

T. L. Lowe,

S. F. Phillips, as Commissioner of the
Board of Claims,

B. F. Moore, as Commissioner of the
Board of Claims,

J. M. Worth, Salt Commissioner, part
of appropriation of Convention N.
C, for the manufacture of salt,

Dowd, Brown & Co., for 506^ yds. can-
vass cloth furnished the State,

Benjamin L. Perry, under resolution of
General Assembly in favor of claims
allowed by the Board of Claims,

Sundry Sheriffs for making returns of
an election of Electors for President
and Vice President of tlie Confeder-
ate States, in November 1861,

John W. Symc, Printer to the Conven-
tion, for printing done at adjourned
session of Convention, November
1861,

•Jno. W. Syme, for publishing in Raleigh
Register, Ordinances of the Conven-
tion, passed at its adjourned session,
Nov. and Dec, 1861,

Bank of North-Carolina, amount of note
on account of loan by said Bank to|
meet State liaiiilities,

John M. Long, as Presidential Elector
in 1S61,

N. W. Woodfin, as Presidential Elector
in lS«a,

D. W. Courts, Public Treasurer of N.
C. his 4th quarter's salary for 1S61,

W. R. Richardson, Clerk to Public



$



3,000
2,583
1,511



1,005

318

333

23

396

210

498



PubHc fiinfl—
disbursemeat^.



75



12
72
62
63
35




4.1^ \A



15<



1862.-r— -Comptbollkk's Statemekt.



Pvtftic

dl!



1861.
L- _ Dec.



Treasurer, his 4th quarter's salary
for 1S61,

J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury

department,
jHenry Ilardie, for services in Treasury
department,

Sundry Telegraphic despatches, I^ov.
186i,

Southern Express Company, freight on
package,

L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury
department,

T. II. Hill, for work on Statistical state
ment, authorized by the Convention
of N. C,

Southern Express Company, freight on
box and package,

P. F. Pescud, expenses incurred in con-
veying funds from Newbern to Pub-
lic Treasurer at Raleigh,

J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury
department,

L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury
department,

Henry Ilardie, for services in Treasury
department,

B. W. Starke, for services in Treasury
Department,

W. M. Black, agent for Corson & Arm-
strong, New Orleans, Lithographing
and Printing 225 Coupon Bonds Wes-
tern N". C. liailroad Company,

D. C. Murray, expenses incurrecl in con-
veying Funds from Charlotte and
Greensboro', to Public Treasurer at
Raleigh,

Oats, Wiswall & Co., Lincolnton,N. C,
for writing paper furnislied the State

W. J. Palmer, Principal N. C. Institu-
tion for the Deaf and Dumb and the
Blind, for having trimmed Treasury
Notes of small denominations,

Pulaski Cowper, expenses incurred in
conveying funds from AV^ashington,
N. C. to Public Treasurer, Raleigh,



1862.



-CoMPTEOLLER'a STATEMENT.



Ui



J. J. Landsell, for services in Treasury

Department, $

R. M. Saunders, board expenses to and

from Wilmington, N. C, on business

for the State,
S. Smith, expenses to and from Rich-
mond, Va., on business for the State,
L. S. Perry, for services in Treasury

Department,
Henry Ilardie, for services in Treasury

Department,
B. W, Starke, for services in Treasury

Department,
B. W, Starke, for services in Treasury

department.
Southern Express Company, freight on

package,
Forest Manufact'r'g Comp'ny, for print

ing paper furnislied State Printer,
Forest Manufacturing Company, for

printing paper furnished Syme &

Hall, Printers to the Convention,

Soutliern Express Co., freight on

package,
Belvidere Manufactur'g Co., Richm'nd,

Va., for 10.000 sheets Bank Note

paper furnished the State,
Southern Express Company, freight on

package,
Pulaski Co wper, Private Sec'ry to Gov.

Clark, for sealing 97 State Bonds,



W. n. Hamilton, Superintendent of
Capitol Square, his itli quarter's sal-
arv for 1861,

D. W. Bain, Clerk in Comptroller's De
partment, his 4th quarter's salary for

1861,

The following Sheriffs, for making re-
turns of Congressional election in
November, 1861 :

E. D. Davis, Sheriff Jackson Co.,
Isaac A. Reel, " McDowell
Watson Curtis, " Clay *
C. Austin, " UaioQ '



80

3

23
50
25
10

100
3

204

185
3

751
6

9

75

87



10
13



Public fund —
diiJ}ur»rment9.



50
40



40



22

50
50
70



50



S3
66



1916
4I32



154



1862.-



-Comptrollee's Statement.



1862.

PoblKSfQD*- Jan

disbursements.



W. S. "Webster, on account of contract

[ for distributing Kevised Code,

C. C. Tally, on account of contract for

distributing laws,
Wm. Cheek, on account of contract for

distributing laws,

C. C. Tally, on account of contract for
distributing Kevised Code,

D. B. Allen, for services as Clerk in Ex
ecutive Department for the quarter
ending Dec. 31st, 1861, as authorized
by the General Assembly,

E. Emmons, State Geologist, his 3d and
4th quarter's salar}'^ for 1861,

Rev. M. A. Curtis, Assistant State Geol-
ogist, his 4th quarter's salary for 1861,

Sundry persons, interest on State Cou-
pon Bonds of N. C,

Sundry persons, interest on Coupon
Bonds of Cape Fear & Deep Eiver
Navigation Company,

Sundry persons, interest on State Reg-
istered Bonds,

Sundry persons, interest on bonds of
Fayetteville & AVestern Plankroad
Company,

W. II. Battle, Judge Supreme Court,
4tli quarter's salary tor 1861,

M. E. Manly, Judge Supreme Court,
his 4th quarter's salary for 1861,

R. M. Pearson, Chief Justice Supreme
Court, his 4th quarter's salary for
1861,

L. D. Starke, Solicitor jpro tem.^ for 1
certificate from 1st Circuit, Fall
1861,

A. S. Merrimon, Solicitor 2^'''o ^^^^^ ^<^''
3 certificates from 7th Circuit, Fall
1861,*

P. P. Dick, Executrix of J. M. Dick,
Deceased, Judge Superior Court for
6 certificates from 1st Circuit, Fall
1861,

John Kerr, Solicitor pro ^^m.,for 1 cer-
tificate from 4th Circuit, Fall 1861,



93 75
150

220
62 50



125

1,250

125

73,089

2,355

2,884

2,670
625

625

625
20
60

487
20



10



91



50



i



1862. CoMPTROLLEe's STATEME^T.



155



Capt. T. D. Ilog^, C. S., for the use of

Subsistence dopartinent,
Col. J. A. J. Bradford, for services as a

member of the MiHtary Board,
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the

use of the Quarter Master's depart-
ment,
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the

use of the Quarter Master's depart-
ment,
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the

use of the Quarter Master's depart

ment,
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q, M., for the

use of the Quarter Master's depart

ment,
Capt. M. A. Bledsoe, A. Q. M., for the

use of the Quarter Master's depart-
ment,
Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the

use of the Quarter Master's depart-
ment,
B. F. Moore, expenses incurred by

Board oi Claims,
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that department,
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that department,
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that department,
Maj. A. U. Lewis, Pay Master, for tlie

use of that department,
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that department,
Capt. T. D. IIo^r<;, C. S., for the use of

the Suhsistencc department,
Maj. J. Devereuv, A. Q. M., for the use

of the Quarter Master's department,
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that department,
Maj. A. M Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that dc'iiartment, i

Capt. T. D. Ho^;^, C S., for the use of

Subsistence department,
Capt. T. D. IIo":;^, C S., for the use of

Subsistence aepartment, |



$ 3,000


Public fnnd —
disbursements.


162




2,876


50


274


05


2,664




2,938


73


5,000




14,606


19


8




346


66


1,250


88


164




180




517


66


1,100




50,876


99


164




1,962


04


1,000




2,000





15G



1862. Comptboller's Statement.



1862.

Public fond — Jan
d'lttburtements.



Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of

! Subsistence de])artment,

Mi-s. M. A. E. Kamsay, for services of
her son, "W". H. Ramsay, as mes-
senger to Board of Claims, for 15
days, to December 15th, 1861, inchi-
sive,

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the
use of that department,

Maj. Jolin Devereiix, A. Q. M.. for the
use of the Quarter Master's depart-
ment,

Thos. Loring, for advertising in Golds-
boro' Tribune^ orders of Adjutant and
Commissary Generals,

Major A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the
use of that department,

Capt. Thos. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use
of Subsistence department,

Maj. Jolm Devereux, A. Q. M., for
the use of the Quarter Master's de-
partment,

F. Nash, his compensation as Clerk to
Board of Claims, from Dec. 31st, 1861,
to Jan. 17th, 1862, inclusive,

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of
Subsistence Department,

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for th^ use of
Subsistence Department,

Capt. Jas. Bryan, for Maj. D. Coleman,
residue in his favor for services as
Lieut, in N. C. Navy,

Maj. J. Devereux, A. Q. M., for the use
of the Qnai'ter Master's Department,

Dennis Simmons, for traiii^portation ser-
vice of Schooner " Pattie Martin,"

Capt. C. \V. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the
use of the Quarter Master's Depart
mcnt,

S. Whitaker, for Col. IL G. Spruill, for
payment of laborers on Coast De
fences at Fort Oregon, N. C,

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S , for the use of
Subsistence Department,

Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of
Subsistence Department, {



1$ 5,600



47,743



03



2,023:22



7
176

5,000



287

72

11,052

5,000

211

13,562

397

20,000

240

5,000

23,000



50

82

74

27



1862. Comptroller's Statemiint.



157



Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the
use of the Quarter Master's Depart-
ment, |j$ 4,383 08
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the| j

use of that Department, I '483 86

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that Department, li 200

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the
use of the Quarter Master's Depart-
ment, 1 626 81
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that Department, 1 150

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the|

use of that Department, | 164

Capt. T. D. llo<rg, C. S., for the use of

Subsistence Department, 4,000

Chas. E. Johnston, Surgeon General of

N. C, for the use of that Department, 5,000
Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that Department, 382 1

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that Department,
Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S., for the use of

tlie Subsistence Department, 3,000

Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the

use of that Department, 26,276 19

Maj. John Devereux, A. Q. M., for the
use of the Quarter Master's Depart-
ment, 3,000
Capt. T. D. Tlogg, C. S , for the use of

the Subsistence Department, 8,000

Sundry persons, under an ordinance of
the Convention in favor of claims al-
lowed by Board of Claims, as follows :> j
Z. B. Vance, 1,98056
S. Satterthwaite, 50|
P. F. Pescud, -64^.5
Jones county, per "Will. Foy, 5,32<i 97
R. D. Hart, 42|
ijohn Randolph, 374 25
Alfred Everett, 74,75
Angclo Garybaldo, 177'Tt
Chiitliam countv, per IT. A. London, |j 4,34(>[4l

J. S. Holt, * , , I! ^'^1

New Hanover countv, per W. T. J.,| i

1 Vanu, ' :' 7,172!S3



PobKc fund —
dibbarsements.



158



1862.-



-Comptroller's Statement.



1862.


1 . '







Public fund— Ton
dit-bursemeata.


0. Perkins & Son,
D. Pender & Co.,


$ 21
21


52




E. 0. Belvin,


42


45




;D. C. Murray,


41


40




L. M. Cook,


25







Wm. Smith,


30






Orrell Sl Ilawes,


208






Pride Jones,


197


73




Jolm L. Baker,


285


25




Duplin conutj, per Jere Pearsall,


3,790


57




D. C. Parks,


302


87




Ilyraan, Dancey & Co.,


648






J.'B. Fulton,


137


40




Davie county, balance per J. A. Moore,


3,320


79




Rowan, balance per Jas. A. Moore,


2,645


SO




Isaac House,'


17


10




J. T. Barnes,


181


80




Willie Simms,


30


30




J. 11. Applewhite,


39


30




Beaufort county, per "W. J. Ellison,


14,697


06




Pasquotank county, in part per Frank








Vaughn,


1,000






Johnston county, in part per J, B. Beck-








• « •/ / X J,

with,


1,000






Currituck county, per J. S. Dey,


6,124


05




J. S. McElroy,


632


51




Jos. Ramsay,


29


32




M. Witty,


126






Edwin Want,


436


15




Capt. T. D. Hogg, C. S,, for the use of








the Subsistence Department,


7,000






Mrs. M. A. E. Ramsay, for services of








her son, Wm. H. Ramsay, as messen-








ger to the Board of Claims, from 16th








December, 1861, to 19th January,








1862, inclusive.


21






Maj. J. Devereux, A. Q. M., for the use








of the Quarter Master's Department,


2,000






A. W. Lawrence, Capt. Ordnance De-








partment, for the purchase of ord-








nance, ordnance stores and supplies,


. 20,000






Capt. C. W. Garrett, A. Q. M., for the








use of the Quarter Master's Depart-








ment,


3,000






Capt. A. Myers, A. Q, M., for the nse








i of the Quarter Master's Departnicfnt,!


2,000





1862. Comiteoller's Statement.



15»



O



O



Maj. A. M. Lewis, Pay Master, for the
use of that Department,

S. E. Phillips, traveling expenses as
special messenger, on business for the
State,

J. M. Worth, Salt Commissioner, part
of appropriation of Convention of N.
C, for the manufacture of salt,

The following persons, under resolution
of General Assembly, in favor of!
claims, allowed by Board of Claims:

E. J. Kirksey,

J. E. Morris,

Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of
Presidential election in Nov. 1861,

H. Beverly, Cashier, premium on check
on Charleston, S. C.,

J. G. Gra}', Tax Collector, Macon coun-
ty, an allowance for 39 white polls, as
volunteers from said county,

H. H. Page, Secretary of State, his 4th
quarter 8 salary for 1861,
H. Perry, State Librarian, his 4tli
quarter's salary for 1861, and services
as to Cabinet of Minerals,
H. Perr)^, for payment of subscrip-
tion to newspapers and periodicals
for State Lil)rary and postage.

Bank of Clarendon, being amount bor-
rowed of said Bank, to meet State'
liabilities, j

Hillsboro' Saving Institution, beingi
amount borrowed of said Institution,
to meet State liabilities, !

Sundry persons, principal of State Reg-
istered Bonds, dated Jan. 1852, and
running ten years,

Drury King, Superintendent of Capitol,
his 4th quarter's salary, for 1861,

George T, Cooke, Post Master, Raleigh,
postage account of Treasury Depart-
ment,

Geo. T. Cooke, post age account ofBoard
of Claims, j

Drary King, for payment of wages of!



$ 44,784



31



3,100



93



Public fund —
diaburtKuieuts.



902|38

12:82

160:82



100



31



200



112



20



50



> f ' "A



25,000



5,068



7,500,



65



29



53



IS



xGO



1SG2.



■Comptkolleb's Statement.



(}isbiirs«nients>



Jau.



\ servant at the Capitol, for Nov. and
Doc. 1861,

B. W. Starke, for services in Treasury
Department,

J. J. Landsell, for services in Treasury
Department,

John (t. AVilliams, expenses to and from
Richmond, Ya., on business for the
State,

W. G, Strickland, 41 cords of wood
furnished the State,

Sundry telegraphic dispatches for Dec.

. 1861,

Southern Express Co., freight on sundry
packages,

J. Mullins, for J. Manouvrier, New Or-
leans, for Lithographing Treasury
Notes for the State of North Caro-
lina,

Forest Manufacturing Company, for 20
reams printing paper furnished State
Printer,

Henry Ilardie, for services in Treasury
department.

Southern Express Co., freight on sun-
dry packages,

W. W. Ilolden, for advertising in N.
Carolina Standard for Treasury de-
partment,

Southern Express Co., freight on pack-
age,

E. H. Britton, for publishing in Char-
lotte Bidlctln, sundry proclamations
of the Governor,

W. W. Holden, for publishing in N. C.
Standard, sundry proclamations of
the Governor,

W. W. Ilolden, for advertising in N. C.
Standard, for State department,

W. W. Ilolden, for publishing in N. C.
Standard, Ordinances and Resolu-
tion!? <'>f tlio adi-^nrncd ''CPjion of the
Coiiveiitit)n of K. C, Nov, and Dec,
isci,

Soutliern Express Co., freight on pack
ii;:e,



30

2

65

30

161

44

7

274

120
40

8

15

2

11

26
3



13
91
50

79



50

50
50

25

12

37



50 67



1862.



•Comttrollee's Statement.



161



O. H. Perry, for services in Treasury
department,

Sontliern Express Co., freight on pack-
age,

Jas. E. Iloyt, expenses incurred in con-
veying funds to llaleigli for Public
Treasurer,

P. F. Pescud, expenses to and from
Petei-sburg, Va., on business for the
State,

S. L. Ilayman, for services in Treasury
department,

John G. Wilharas, expenses to and from
Richmond Ya., on business for the
State,

J. J. Lansdell, for services in Treasury
department,

Henry Hardie, for services in Treasury
department,

T. E. Steele, for services in Treasury
department.

Southern Express Co., freight on pack-
age,

J. W. Eandolph, Richmond, Virginia,
for Bank Note paper, furnished the
State,

Belvidere Manufacturing Company,
Richmond, Virginia, for 35,000 sheets
Bank Note paper, furnished the
State,

S. L. Ilayman, for services in Treasury
department,

J. D. Primrose, for services in Treasury
department,

O. II. Perry, for services in Treasury
partment.

Forest Manufacturing Co., for paper

I furnished the State,

Southern Express Co., freight on pack-
age,

C. L, Cook, int'st on 2 Treasury Notes
of N. C, of $100 eacli.

Paid Members of tho Convention of N.
C, adjr»nrnod session, Jau. and Feb.,
1862, as follows :
11



50
9 35

30

24 50
20

30
60
50
10
1

154



2,102

20

5

50

2,505



Public fund-
disbursements.



25



20



50



50



350

80



l$2



1S62. CoirrTROu.EE'8 Statement.



18C2.

Public fund— Yq\)
disburaemoDtB.



W.N.Edwards, Prs't,
Thos. A. Allison,
A. H. Arrington,
R. F. Armfield,
P. A. Atkinson,
Geo. E. Badger,
D. W. Baglej,

D. A. Barnes,

L. W. Batch elor,
W. S. Battle,
L. N. B. Battle,
[John Berry,'

A. M. Bogie,
Jas. Bond,

E. T. Brodnax,
Bedford Brown,
J. 11. Bryson,
Thos. Bunting,
R. A. Caldwell,
Jas. Calloway,
J. S. Cannon,
S. H. Christian,
J. W. Councill,

J. W. Cunningham,
W. A. Darden, Jr.,
11. P. Dick,
Jas. Dickson,

B. C. Douthet,
M. Durham,
Peter EUcr,
W. J. j:ilison,
D. D. Ferebee,
J. E. Foster,
A. G. Foster,
Wm. Foy,

J. P. Fuller,
J. A. Gilmer,
Ralph Gorrell,
W. A. Graham,
Geo. Green,
J. II. Greenlee,
T. V. Hamlin,
T. L. Hargrove,
Eben Hearne,
J. II. Ileaden,
iWm. Hicks,



"Warren


Co.,


Iredell


u


Nash


((


Yadkin


((


Pitt


((


"Wako


((


Martin


((


Northampton
Halifax


((
((


Edgecombe


((


Nash


((


Orange


((


Alexander


((


Bertie


((


Rockingham


u


Caswell


«


Cherokee


((


Sami)son
Rowan




AVilkes


((


Perquimans


((


Montgomery


u


Watauga


((


Person


i(


Greene


it


Guilford


a


Duplin
Davidson


u


Rutherford


((


Wilkes


((


Beaufort


((


Camden


((


Ashe


((


Randolph
Jones




Robeson


((


Gniltord


((


Do.


((


Orange


((


Craven


((


McDowell


((


Surry
Granville




Stanly
Chatham


it
((


Haywood


((



1862. Compteolleb's Statement,



1«3



1862.






1




'^^^


Feb.


W. W. llolden,


Wake , Co.,1


$ lU






J. L. Holmes,


New Hanovei


. ((


116


so




II. M. Uonston,


Union


«


139






Geo. Howard, Jr.,


Wilson


((


92


60




S. X. Johnston,


Gaston


<(


10.^;


20




E. W. Jones,


Caldwell


((


140






J. B. Jones,


Currituck


«


70






H. C. Jones,


Rowan


((


141






A. H. Joyce,


Stokes


((


14^]






Neill Kelly,


Bladen


((


LIS


80




B. A. Kittrell,


Davidson


{(


12f5






J. A. Leak,


Anson


"


111






W. F. Leak,


Riclimond


((


161






W. J. Long,


Randolph


{( ;


IIV


60




T. B. Lyon,


Granville


((


9'-






E. L. Mann,


Hyde


<( 1


12<;


40




John Manning;, Jr.,


Chatham


<<


or,


60




J. C. McDowell,


Burke


« 1


104


40




J. A. McDowell,


Madison


((


145


20




M. J. McDuffie,


Cmnberland


it


114






David McNeill,


((


a


12.-?






A. S. McXeill,


Harnett


i< 1


9!'


40




T. D. Meares,


Brunswick


ii '


137


20




Giles Mebane,


Alamance


a


10^






L. J. Merritt,


Chatham


((


111


60




G. W. Michal,


Rutherford


((


164






W. J. T. Miller,


Cleavcland


«


144






A. Mitchell,


Iredell


.1


145


10




|R. a. Moseley,


Sampson


u


9<


60




A. Myers,


Anson


((


14*


40




A. J. Mnriill,


Onslow


u


7<






J. W. Osborne,


Mecklenburg


(i


111'


50




M. P. Penland,


Yancey


((


l?,o






W. S. Pcttigrew,


Washington


«


t- -
1 •-'






Caleb Phifer,


Cabarrus


«


13^






Id. S. Reid,


Rockingham


"


130






!J. T. Rhodes,


Duplin


(i


ISr:






S. S. Royster,


Granville


«


94






Thomas Ruffin,


Alamance


((


12.=J






0. B. Sanders,


Johnston


«


^ 1(»,






F. B. Satterthwaite,


Pitt


ii


1 12-






David Schcnck,


Lincoln


((


14:.


40




George Setter,
W. M. Shipp,


Catawba


ti


li.*






Henderson


((


1 ^"^






Wl. n. Smith,


Halifax


it


^'






,W. A. Smith,


Johnston


((


110


50



Public fund —
distmt^ements.



164



1S62. CoMPTKOLLER^a STATEMENT.



1^02.
J'ublic f«nd— Feb
disbunemeoU.



Macon Co.,

Pjisquotank "

Davio "

Tyrrel «

Forsyth "

Kew Hanover "

Mecklenburg "

Wayne

Robeson

Carteret

Jackson

Wayne

Warren

Moore

Gates

]3eaufort

Lenoir

Franklin

Caswell

Forsyth

JJnncombe

Columbus



0. D. Smith,
II. K. Speed,
Robt. Sprouse,
Eli Sprnill,

D. II. Starbuck,
"iRobt. Strange,
J. M. Strong,
,Geo. V. Strong,
J. C. Sutherland,
C. R. Tliomas,
iW. n. Thomas,

E. A. Thompson,
;F. A. Thornton,
jll. Turner,
\\. J. Walton,

E. J. Warren,

jj, C. AVashington,

jA. p. Williams,

'J. E. Williamson,

T. J. AVilson,

N. W.AVoodfin,

Richard Wooten,

W. L. Steele, Principal Secretary to

Convention,
L. C. Edwards, Assistant Secretary to

Convention,
J. n. Moore, Engrossing Clerk,
Frank I. Wilson, temporary Assistant!

Clerk,
James Page, Principal Door Keeper,
W. R,. Lovell, Assistant Do.,
J. C. Moore, Do Do.,

I). King, temporary ass't Do.,
W. R. Lovell, under resolution of Con

vent.ion,
P. Cowper, Clerk Council of State, ex-
penses of meeting of Council, Feb.

'JOth, isr;2, ^
Sundry Sheriffs, mileage and per dum^

for making returns of Congressional

election in Nov. ISGl,
Ed. Cooper, for repairing fence around

Executive Mansion,
W. E. Ander.sou, Treasurer Insane Aey-

inm, on Account of said Asylum,


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