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iState Library,
State Loans,
'Tax on Bank Stock,
{Tax on Corporations,
Tax on Attorney's Liconso,



Detailed as follows :



$



2,100

3,098

201

149

12,619



25



50

64045

18,000

6,000
61,040



88

32

697,823

823,408

15

,879,839

17,986

250

6841



55
16
35



54
45



3,523,981 25



Received of Commissioners of Sinking
Fund of N. C, for bonds of the State
bearing date July Ist, 1860, and run-
ning thirty years,

W. E. Anderson, Treasurer Insane Asy-
lum, oa account of Insane patient m

, said Asylum, , j r n

O. H. Perry, for books purchased tor U



5,000
14



1



1861, Comptroller's STATEMEirr.



la



F. Moore, and paid for out of State
money,

Bank of Washington, tax on stock in
said Bank,

Bank of Wilmington, tax on stock in
said Bank,

E. B. Freeman, Clerk Supreme Court
in full of decree made in Equity iu
case of Slate vs. J. II. Wilson auc
others, June term, 1860,

Jacob Siler, Agent for collection ol
Cherokee Bonds, on account of saic
Bonds,

Issued to A. M. Powell, President of
the Western North Carolina Railroad
Company, 68 State Coupon Bonds of
$1,000 each, dated October 1st, 1860
and running thirty years.

Accrued interest to Nov. 18th, 1860,

Seaboard and Eoanoke Railroad Com-
pany, interest on bonds of said Com-
pany, held by the State of North
Carolina,

Bank of Commerce, tax on stock in said
Bank,

Issued to n. W. Guion, President of
WiJmington, Charlotte and Ruther
ford Railroad Company, 200 bonds
ol ;^l,uuu each, dated Oct. Ist, 1860,
and running thirty years.

Received of the following persons, for
100 State Coupon Bonds of $1,000
each, dated Cctober Ist, 1860, and
running thirty years, issued on ac-
count of the Fayetteville and Western
Railroad :

U. L. My rover,

|George McNeill,

W. T. Home,

jJames Kyle,

IT. S. Lutterlob,

R FI Pn ?«, t«x on "act to incorporate the
(jiu'lrjcr \ nlley Mining C«»nii)any,'*l



•nipa
)^- hii



IG. N. Folk, ca«-li ovi'tdiiiun by iiinj af
a member of the IIoQ&« of Common?
I 1856-'57,



16

812
1,893



98 25
1,000

68,000
408

646|45

182 75



200,000



I



20,00(»
20,000
20,000
20,000
20,000

9fi



oO



Pablie fon^— '
receipts.



50



20



1861.



-CoMPTBOLLKB^a StATEMKBTT.



Public faul—



1860.
Dec.



1861.
Jan.



Feb.



Fdb.



Mar.



FI. "W. Gtiion, President of "Wilmington,
Chjirlottc and Rutherford Railroad
Company, interest on bonds issued bj
said Company,

Issned to 11. W. Gnion, President of
Wilmington, Charlotte and Ruther
ford Railroad Company, 200 State
Coupon Bonds of $1,000 each, dated
October Ist, 1860, and running thirty
years,

Sundry persons cash overdrawn by them
as members of the House of Com-
mons, 1860-'61, as follows :

J. I). Stanford,

Turner Bynum,

J. S. Woodardy

J. M. Carson,

:E. G. L. Barringer,

George T. Moore, Trustee on account of|
inuigcnt patient in Insane Asylum.

S. Johnson, Trustee, on account of indi

fent patients in Insane Asylum from
lalifax County,

P.II. SullivaUjtax on " act to incorporate
the Baltimore and North Carolina
Copper and Gold Mining Company,"

P. 11. Sullivan, tax on " act to incor-
porate Davidson Copper Minin
Company,"

Chas. ]jatham,tax on "Act to incorpor-
ate Green Swamp Company,"

P. II. Sullivan, tax on " Act to incor-
porate Silver Valley Mining Com-
pany,"

W. J. Murray, balance due on account
of indigent patient? in Insane Asylum
from Alamance county,

W. U. Michael, Trustee, on account of
indigent patients in Insane Asylum
from Lincoln county,

E. Clarke, Trustee, on account of indi
gent patients in Insane Asylum from
Craven county,

H. W. Gnion, President of Wilmington,,
Charlotte and Rutherford liailroadj



200,000



1861. Compteollak's Statement.



91



Company, interest on Bonds issued
by said Company,

Fayette vi He and Western Railroad Com-
pany, interest on Bonds issued by
said Company,

E. B. Freeman, Clerk of Supreme Court,
moneys remaining in his office pur-
suant to 73d chap. Revised Code,

A. D. Speight and C. F. R. Kornegay,
in payment of the taxes due the State
from Jas. E. Exura, Sheriff of Greene
county, for the year 1859,

Commercial Bank of Wilmington, tax
on stock in said Bank,
R. Blossom and others, tax on " Act
to incorporate Korth-Carolina Fibre
Company,"

H. P. Coffin, tax on " Act to incorpor-
ate Valley River Gold Mining Cora-

E. B. Freeman, Clerk of Supreme Court,
Raleigh, tax on Attorneys' Licenses,
Dec. Term, 1860,

Received from Wadesboro', in an anon-
ymous letter,

N. Bower, tax on "Act to incorporate
Judson Female College,"

Jas. A. Moore, Clerk of Supfirior Court
of Wake county, in full of Public
Taxes, paid him by the sureties of
W. W. Ward, late Sheritr of Martin
county, due the State from said Sheriff
for the year 1860,

Jacob Siler, Agent for the Collection
of Cherokee Bonds, on account of
said Bonds,

Gov, Ellis, as a donation to the State
from an unknown source,

L. W. Humphrey, cash overdrawn by
him as a member of the Senate, ses-
sion 1860-'61,

Sundry Banks, temporary loana to meet
liabilities of the State, as follows:

Bank of North-Carolina,
" Ixrxington,

" CJiarlotto,



^ 6,000

6,000

88

5,651

875

25

25

555

1

25



9,022

1,100
200

6



800,000
20,000
60,000



Poblic fund-
receipts.



55



92



75



02



S3



ISOl.



-Comptrolleb's Statestent.



Ibtil.

TaWio fond — "Kf ay.



Judo.



I



July.



Bank of Clarendon, (|$

Fayetteville,
Ca])e Fear,
jMerchan'ft' J^aiik, Newbern,

Bank of Washington,

Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Greens-
borough,

Brancli J3ank of Cape Fear, Salisbury,

Branch Bank of Cape Fear, Salera,

Bank of North-Carolina, tax on stock in
said Bank,

J. F. Hoke, Attorney for Collection of
tax on Collateral Descents, &c.,

Sundry Bank?, temporary loans to meet
liabilities of the State, as follows :

Bank of Cape Fear,

I Farmers' Bank, Greensboro',

Bank of ^'anceyville.

Bank of Wihnin<jjton,

Commercial Bank of "Wilmington,

Bank of Wadesboro^

Branch Bank of Cape Fear, "Washing-
ton,

Bank of Commerce, Xewborn,

A. II. Hassell,Sheriff of Bertie county,
in part payment of taxes due the
State from said county, for fiscal year
ending September 3Gth, ISGl,

Issued to n. W. Guion, President of the
Wilmington, Charlotte and Ruther-
ford Kailroad Company, two hundred
and fifty State Coupon Bonds of
$1,000 each, dated April 1st, 1861,
and running thirty years, issued on
account of said Koad in compliance
with a resolution passed by the State
Convention, 2Sth June, 1861,

Received of Warren Winslow, Military
Secretary, in part payment for sale
of ships belonging to North-Carolina
to the Confederate States,

Received of the following Sheriffs, in
part payment of public taxes due from
their respective counties, for 1860, as
follows :

G. Durden, Sheriff Washington Co.



50,000
50,000
40,000

5,000|

8,342 r>4r



30,000
30,000
30,000



10,648
3,0000



BO*



40,000
30,000
40,000
50,000
35,000
40,000

50,000
4,500



6,000



250,000
9,350

1,806



8&



1861. COMPTEOLLKE^S STATEMENT.



23



W. T. Crawford, Sh'flf Martin Co.,
A. H. Ilnssell, " Bertio "

Sundry Banks, temix)rary loans, as fol-
lows :

Bank of Cape Fear, Washington,
Mutual insurance and Trust Company,

Greensboro',
Bank of Fayetteville,
Bank of North-Carolina,
Bank of "WilmingUn,
Hank of Wadesbor*',
Fanners' Bank of jSftrth-Carolina,
Miners' and Plautert' Bank,
Jiercliaut«' Bank of ITewbern,
Bank of Clarendon,

A. P. Eikel, tax for the charter of
" Greensboro' Gas Light Company,"
Sundry Sheriffs, tax on account of in-
digent insane patients in Insane Asy-
lum from their respective counties, as
follows :
J. A. Long, Sheriff Richmond Co.
J. E. Robinson, " Catawba
A. IL Hissell, " Bertie
R. B. Paschal, " Chatham
Nathan Hiatt,Ch'n, &c., Guilford
David Loftin, Sheriff Davidson
Warren Winslow, Military Secretary,
in part fur sale of vessels, belonging
to North-Carolina, to the Confederate
States,
Sundry Sheriffs', State taxes for 1860,

due in 1801, as follows:
R. B. Paschal, Sheriff Chatham Co.,
in part,



$



W. W. Long,

J. A. L0D£^, "

J. E. Robinson, "

G. Durden, "

in parf,
A. n. Hassell,
T. J. Carr,
Elias Carr,

R. B. Paschal, "

J. R. Smitlj, Tax Col



Yadkin
Richmond
Catawba
Washington

Bertie

Duplin

Greene

Chatham

Wayne



J. W. Steed, Sheriff Randolph



4,700
4,000



95,000

25,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
40,000
20,000
12,497
20,000
60,000

25



93



29
73



471
24

478
1,020
1,080

150



26,690



7,625 97
4,620166
7,6(12154
6,688|

1,100
1,120|S9
8,906128
5,123!05
2,99695
13,22796
7,49l!l7



Public fODd-
rocoipU.



M



Igfll. CoMTTEOLLKE'a STATEMENT.



Pukh : food—
receyU.



1861.
Aug.



Bept.



A. J. McBrido, Sheriff Watauga Co.,

0. Austin, " Union *'

David Loftin " Davidson "

M. Spainhour, Tax Col. Burke "

L. H. Lowrance, SheriiF Lincoln "

R. V. Blackstock, Tax Col. Buncombe
county,

J. B. Lee, Sheriff Currituck conntj.

Sundry Banks, temporary loans, as fol-
lows :

Bank of Wilmington,

Commercial Bank of Wilmington,

Bank of Charlotte,

Bank of Clarendon,

Bank of Fayettoville,

Bank of Yancey ville,

Bank of Commerce, Newbern,

Merchant's Bank, Newbern,

Bank of Washington,

Bank of Lexington,

Bank of Cliarlotte, tax on capital stock
in said Bank,

J. K. Dodge, Clerk of Supreme Court
at Morganton, tax on Attorneys' Li-
censes, August Term, 1861, of said
Court,

E. B. Freeman, Clerk of Supreme Court
at Raleigh, tax on Attorneys' Li
censes, Juno Term, 1861, of said
Court,

Sundry Sheriffs, tax on account of indi
gent insane patients in Insane Asy-
lum of North-Carolina, from their
respective counties, as follows:

Mathias Masten, Sh'ff Forsyth Co.,



$



W. A. Walton,


((


Rowan


W. W. Grier,


((


Mecklenburg


F. D. Foxliall,


((


Edgecombe


J. L. Ward,


((


Polk


G. M. Green,


(C


Cleaveland


IL B. Norman,


(C


Tyrrol


J. B. Hare,


u


Hertford


P. F. White,


u


Chowan


W. B. Campbell,


((


Beaufort


W. T. J. Vann,


((


New Hanover


R. M. Jones,


u


Orange



1,506
5,391
9,00(i
4,923
5,600

6,022
3,103



43
41

20
22

84

18
69



50,000
35,000
20,000
25,000
25,000
10,000
75,500
20,000
70,000
12,000

750



57



71



360
323

288
698
144
466
399
288
174
404
558
763



25



Q6



a



1861. CoMiTKOLiKE'a Statkmknt.



25



1861.
Sept.



C. A. Boon, Sheriff Guilford CouDty,
Warren Winslow, Military Secretary
in bonds of the Confederate States of
America, for vessels sold by this State
lo the Confederate States Govern
ment,
Sundry Sheriffs, State taxes for 1860,

payable in 1861, as follows:
J. L. Bnndy, Sheriff Cabarrus Co.,
W. II. Ciilloin, " Johnston
Joseph Lusk, " Gaston

W. F. Wasson, " Iredell
Wm. Plemons, Tax Col. Haywood
Josiah Hodges, Sh'ft Pitt
Isaac A. Real, " McDowell
W. J. Murray, " Alamance
W. E. Mann, " Pasquotank
J. D. Markhara, Tax Col. "
W. A. Walton, Sh'ff Rowan



R. G. Tuttle,

F. D. Foxhall, «
W. W. Grier, "
W. A. Thompson, "
W. A. Mcroney, "
Martin Walker "
W. T. Crawford, "
A B Long, former "

G. B. Threadgill, "
R. P. Melvin «

M. Fletcher,
H. B. Deaver,
J. L. Ward,
J. M. Caison,
Wm. Ilavmore,
J. C. Grirtith,
J. R. Grady,
Ililliard Gibbs,
J. T. Barnes,
N. W. Cooper,
Nath'l Moody,
J. C. Smith,
G. M. Green,
J. B. Hare,
II. B. Norman
W. II. Smith,



Caldwell

Edgecombe

Mecklenburg

Wayne

Davie

Rutherford

Martin

Rutherford

Anson

Bladen
Tax Col. Henderson
" " Madison
Sh'ff Polk
" Ashe

Surry,

Caswell

Harnett



H;;de

W ilson

Nash

Stokes

Alexander

Cleaveland

Hertford

Tyrrel

Person



IWost Massey, Tax Col. Johnston



$ 658



25,000



39 Public fnnd-
reoeipttt.



8,466 96
4109

4,60838
8,62184
1,687|33



13,311

2,680

6,992

156

7,299

13,205

2,834

20,491

17,894

233

6,664

5,395

4,506i95

240

9,94024

6,49571

6,05671

96

62

74



12
54
21
48
21
44
80
56
46
24
10
58



61
62
46



1,164
1,237
2,302
3,905 .33

14,04080
3,200
4,756

10,732
9,642 66
4,277;69
2,572'94
5,242,59
8,091161
2,41 3'75
8,336199
8,673160



I



2S



1861. COMPTEOLLKB*8 STATEMENT.



18(il.
Public fnod— Sept.
reeei;>U. *



i



A. II. Sanders Sh'ff Monto:omery Co.,



K, A. (rupton, "
I, K. Hunter, "
S. A. Warren, "
Walker Smith, "
K. I). Davis, "

K. IL Worthy, "
Joseph ^[arshall, "
W. A. Philpott, "
W. U. Campbell, "
Rufiis Galloway, "
E. J. Barco, "

J. G. Gray, Tax Col



Franklin

Gates

Northampton

Ilockingham

Jackson

Mooro

Stanly

Granville

Beautbrt

Brunswick

Camden

Macon



W.D.lIumphrey, Sh'ff Onslow



S. A. Oates,

N. 11. Jones, "

iGoodman Durden,"

W. T. J. Vann, "

P. F. White, "

R. M. Jones, "

Hector McNeill, "

W. II. Ilii^Mi,

Jesse Bledsoo, *'

JGeorpe Dill, "

J. S. Keener,Tax. Col. Cherokee

J. S. Snow, Sh'lf Halifax

J. II. Nethercutt, "

Wm. Fields, "



Sampson "

Warren "

Washington "

New Hanover "

Chowan "

Orange "

Cumberland "

Wake «

Alleghany "

Carteret . "



Jones

Lenoir

Perquimans

Ivobcson

AVilkes

Yancey

Craven

Guilford

Forsythe



J. K. White,

Reuben King,

R. M. Smith,

W. W. Proffitt,

C. Byrd, former

A. C'. Latham,

C. A. Boon,

MathiasMasten,

Bedford J3rown, cash overdrawn by him

as a member of the Senate of North

Carolina, session 18C1,
S. H. Walkup, cash overdrawn by him

as a member of the Senate of North

Carolina, session 1861,
Bank of North Carolina, temporary loan

to meet liabilities of the State,
Bank of Lexington, temporary loan to

meet liabilities of the State,



2,855
10,685 99



U



t),052

11,057

11,852

1,344

4,833

8,130

17,393

13,757

4,255

3,350

1,989

5,275

10,4ly

15,649

2,802

33,514

6,394

13,332

17,752

30,675

1,039

3,879

2,278

19,152

4,347

9,009

5,947

7,264

3,809

1,852

49

17,605

14,079

9,727



6

3

100,000

12,000



23
62
71
73
39
92
60
21
92
55
91
95
76
81
10
89
84
64
61
31
SO
68
18
61
SI
61
50
08
04

49

58
72
29



1861. COMPTEOLLKE^S STA.TK»rENT.



27



1861.
Sept.



Sundry Banks, tax on capital stock in
Banks, as follows :

Bank of Fayetteville,

Bank of Wndesboro',

Bank of Yanceyville,

Merchants' Bank of New Berne,

S. W. Davis, tax for the cliartcr of
"North Carolina Powder Manufac-
turing; Company,"

J. C. Smitli, Sheriff of Alexander Co.,
cash overpaid him on account of Pres
dential election,




Public fund-
receipts.



3,523,981125



PUBLIC YJJl^BS—iDishirscme^its.)

Statement D.

Showing the several objects foi' which, the Disbursements of
the Public Fund have been made.



Public Fund —
disburden] eota.



i



Agricultural Societies,

[Appropriation for Educational purposes,

Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb and the

l31ind,
(Bank Tax Befunded,
Binding Laws,

jBoard of Internal Improvements
iBogiie Banks,
Cape Fear and Deep River Improve

ment,
Capitol Square,
Commissioners of Kcvenue,
Commissioners to Alabama,
Commissioners to Washington,
Commissioner from Georgia,
Commissioner from South Carolina,
Commissioner to Virginia,
Comptroller's Department,
Congressional Election,
Contingencies,
Convention,
Convention Election,
Copying Laws,



$



2,000
1,200

3,000
3y,052



10
169J59
71,50
47 50



88



25



13,884

300

770

f)44'«^(j

1,10020

10

10

10

75

3750

10,313'f^3

19.290'57

2,951^49

6921



28



1861.



•Compteollkr's SrATEMEarr.



1861.










Council of State,


$ 613


20


oblic Fund—
uiburMiiieoU.


Electors for President and Vico Presi-








dent of the United States,


257


80




Executive Department,


2,550






Expenses of Sinkin^j Fund,


30






Favotteville and Western Railroad,


100,000






Fucri fives from Justice,


63S






General Assembly,


93,795


01




Geological Survey,


4,406


67




Governor's Election,


15






Insane Asylum,


30,000






Interest on State Coupon Bonds,


345,866






Interest on Coupon Bonds of Cape Fear








and Deep River NavigationCompany,


10,350






Interest on Bonds of Fayetteville and








Western Plankroad Company,


7,650






Interest on State Registered Bonds,


9,940


72




Investigation of affairs of Atlantic & N.








C. Railroad Company,


C67


83




Judiciary,


31,293


93




Military Appropriation,


2,198,038


02




Pensions,


370






Post Office,


196


46




Premium on Northern Funds,


9,984


78




Presidential Election,


2,576


18




Public Arms,


215


25




Public Printing,


7,691


60




Public Tax Refunded,


2,592


80


>


Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Bonds,


2,500






Senatorial Election,


27


57




Sheriffs for Settling,


2,187


61




State Department,


1,000






State Librarian,


450






State Library,


1,041


61




State Registered Bonds,


52,000






Superintendent of Capitol,


260






Treasury Department,


2,062


50




Western N. C. Railroad,


68,408






Western N. C. Railroad, Survey,


13,653






Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford








Railroad,


650,000






3,750,039


74



Detailed as follows :



1861. Comptroller's Statement.



2J)



18G0.
Oct.



DnpUn county Agricnltural Society,
State's quota for 1800, $

W. R. Elolt, President State Afijricultural
Society, State's quota to said Society
for 1860,

Macon county Agricultural Society,
State's quota for 1860,

Jere Pearsail, for services as Commis-
sioner to investigate affairs of the At
lantic and North-Carolina Kailroad
Company

W. B, Thompson, for services as witness
before the Commission,

James Miller, for services as witness
before the Commission,

Rufus Barringer, for services as Cora-!
missioner to investigate affairs of At-|
lantic and N. C. Railroad Company,'
and preparing report of same,

Gov. Ellis. Pres t ex officio Board of In-j
ternal Improvements, expenses of
meeting of said Board in Raleigh,
October 30, 1862,

James Davis, Sr., money due him on
account of Bogue Banks, as per re-j
port of Commissioners appointed by
the county court of Carteret, I

Henry A. London, Treasurer of Cape'
Fear and Deep River Navigation'
Company, for sundry bills and pay
rolls for September, 1860, i

C. H. Brogdcn, Comptroller, bis 3di
quarter's salary, 1860, I

Henry C. Jones, Attorney for collection i
of Collateral Descents, tfec.

Muse (fcTurabro, for advertising in New-
bern Enquirer^ reward for arrest of
the murderers of John Chatnian,

M. A. Curtis, his half year's salary for
1860, as A89i«tant State C t

W. E. Andercon. Treasurer I \-v-

luin of North Carolina, on account of
said Asylum,

Bank of the Republic, New York, for
interest on State Coupon Bonds of
North Carolina,



33
60

75



50

1,500
50

166
1

7

288
23



47150

2,673 58
■ 250
2001

8
250



Public fund —
di&bnrspaicDi-i.



5,00f;'
81,04:.



^



ISOl. Comptroli.ek's Statemknt.



Fabtie food—
AtborMBMnlK.






Bank of the Republic, N. Y., for interest
on Coupon l^onds of C. F. & D. R.

Navigation Company,
Commissioners of Sinking Fund, interest

on State Coupon Bonds, owned bj

said Fund,
Grahutn Daves, Attorney for Edward

F. Smallwood, Ex'r of Eli Smallwood,

dec'd, interest on State Registered

Bonds,
Jas. S. Purcfoy, Treasurer Wake Forest

College, interest on State Registered

Bonds,
H. C. Jones, Reporter Supreme Court,

his last half year's salary for 1860,
W. H. Battle, Judge Supreme Court,

his 3d quarter's salary for 1860,
M. E. !Manly, Judge Supreme Court

his 3d quarter's salary for 1860,
R. R. Heath, Judge Superior Court,i

for 10 certificates from 3d Circuit,
Will. A. Jenkins, Attorney General, for

6 certificates from 3d Circuit,
Wm. Lander, Solicitor for 5 certificates

from 6th Circuit,
Robert Strange, Solicitor, for 4 certifi-
cates from 5th Circuit,
Thos. Settle, Solicitor, for 4 certificates

from l-tli Circuit,
Bank of Wilmington, premium for check

on New York,
R. II. Page, Secretary of State, his 3d

quarter's salary for 1860,
0. II. Perry, for books purchased of

Willis & Sotheran, London, for State

Library,
O. II. Perry, for books purchased of E.

J. Halo tfe Sons, for State Library,
jo. H. Perry, for works and repairs in

State Library,
0. 11. Perry, freight on books for State

Library,
L)niry King. Superintendent of Capitol,

his .'<r(l quarter's salary for 1860,
J«s. C. Turner, Chief Engineer of the

Western North Carolina Railroad



$



1861. Coin^uotAMn^Q Statement.



Survey, on account of said survey^
W. R. liicliardson, for pa3-ment of pos-
tage stamps for Treasury Department,
Whi taker & Avent, for printine for Ex-
ecutive Department and JBoard ot
Internal Improvements,
Drury King, for payment of wages of
servant W. il. Dempey, for services
at the Capitol for September, 1860,
Drury King, for brooms purcbae ed for

tbe State,

Adams Express Company, frciglit on

package from N.Y. to Public Treas.,

jGraham Daves, Private Secretary to

Gov.Ellis, for sealing 121 State Ponds,

Adams Express Co., Raleigh, freight

on package from New York lo Public

Treasurer,

Telegraphic dispatch to New York for

Public Treasurer, I

Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Co., freightj

on sundry boxes for the State. I

Adums Express Co., Raleigh, freight'

I on package from New York to Public'

I Tre.'Kuror, j

jMeckleuburg county Agricultural So-'

I ciety, State's quota for 1860, I

Davie county Agricultural Society,;

State's quota for 1 860,

Moore county Agricultural Society,!

States' quota for 1S60, i

Henry A. London, Treasurer Cape Fear

& Deep River Navigation Company,

R. S. French, Attorney for collection

of Collateral Descents, cfce.,
Whitaker <fe Avent, for advertising iu
Democratic Press reward for appre-
hension of C. II. tfc G. W. Latham,
Fugitives from Justice in Beaufort
county,

Harrison Rand, interest on Sta^o Reg
j istcrod Bonds. '

Geo. Howard, Judge Superior Court,!!
for 1^ Certific' ' m 1st Circuit, i
R. M. Saunders, • uprrior Cuuit, i

i for 12 Certiticatee livm 4ib Circuit,!)'



$ 6,000



18

15
6
1

12

1

2

11

1

50

60

60
3,152



Pnblie fund —
diBbureementR.



10

71
76



33
19850



12

45

975



975



33



18S1.— — CoiTPTEOLLER's STATEMENT.



Psblie fuod-
dabitnwnfU



1 ^«";o.

N..V.




Tlios. Settle, Solicitor, for Certificates

I from 4th Circuit,

'E. C. nines, Solicitor, for 10 certificates'
from 1st Circuit,

David Coleman, Solicitor, for 9 Certifi-
cates from 3d Circuit,

W. A. Jenkins, Attorney General for 4
Certificates from 3d Circuit,

John Norfleet, for services as Commis-
sioner to investigate afi'airs of Atlan-
tic & N. C. Railroad Company,

Ransom Winecoff, for copying report of[
said Commission,

Geo. T. Cooke, Postmaster, Raleigh, for]
postage stamps furnished State De-
partment,

Same, for postage stamps furnished Ex-
ecutive and Comptroller's Depart-
ments,

Same, for rent of boxes in Post OflBce
for several Departments in Capitol,

Same, stamps furnished oflicors at Cap
itol,

Sundry Sheriffs, for making returns of
election for Electors for President and
Vice President of the United States,
in November 1S60,

D. G. McRae, expenses of storing boxes
of arms in State Arsenal, Fayettevillo,

W. W. Ilolden, for printing for State
offices.

Bank North-Carolina, for one Bond of
Raleigh & Gaston Railroad Com-
pany,

A . M. Powell, President of "Western N.
C. Railroad Company, in 08 State
Coupon Bonds of $1,000 each, bear-
ing date October Ist, 1S60, and run-
ning 30 years.

Accrued interest,

Dniry King, for repairs to flag staff on
Capitol,

Adam's Express Company, Raleigh,
freight on 3 packages from New York^
to Pubfic Treasurer,



$



e8,oof>

40S'




1861. Oomptrolleb''8 Statement.






Syme & Hall, for advertising^ sale of
State Bonds in Kaleigh li^YjiMer, i$

Drury Kin<;, for paj-ment of wages of j
servant, W. II. Dempsej, for services'
at Capitol, for October 1800, j

Jere Pearsall, C. <Sc M. in Equity, Du-j
plin county, for cost of case of State
vs. Stephen Graham, Adm'r, &c.,

H, Mahler, for seal for Alleghany coun-


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