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LIST OF CONTRACTS-Continued

Date. Expiration.

Names.

Articles.

1854. 1855.
Nov. 17 June 30 J. R. Anderson

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5,000 pounds best American iron, flat, sizes as may be re

quired, from 1 to 6 inches wide, and from to 1, inch

thick.
3,000 pounds best American iron, round and square sizes,

as may be required, from inch to 3 inches.....
12 sheets best American sheet iron, i inch thick, estimated

to weigh 700 pounds
10 sheets best Russia sheet iron, to weigh 90 pounds.
1,000 pounds galvanized sheet iron, from No 30 to No. 16,

wire gauge, as required
1,000 pounds boiler iron, assorted.
20.. ..do..iron cut finishing nails
3,000...do.....do ..nails, from 4-penny to 40-penny
600.....do..wrought iron nails, from 6-penny to 20-penny.
1,700 ...do....... .do ... .spikes, sizes as required
1,000 ...do..5-inch railroad spikes

..do..pressed spikes, 5 to 7 inches, as required
50. .....do. .iron wire, from No. 6 to No. 14, wire gauge

as required
10,000 feet, board measure, 2-inch yellow pine plank, 18

to 20 feet long, and 12 to 16 inches wide
25,000 feet, board measure, 1-inch yellow pine boards, 18

to 20 feet long, and 12 to 16 inches wide
5,000 feet, board measure, 14-inch yellow pine plank, 18 to

20 feet long, and 12 to 16 inches wide..
7,000 feet, board measure, No. 1 white pine, seasoned, 2-

inch plank
8,000 feet, board measure, No. 1 white pine, seasoned, 13-

inch plank...
5,000 feet, board measure, No. 1 white pine, seasoned, l-

inch plank
25,000 feet, board measure, 14-inch yellow pine, dressed

flooring

Dec. 15 June 30 W. J. Keyser

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Nov. 22 Juno 30 Pierce & Rowe

Ex. Doc. 2147

Nov. 17

June 30 C. L. Richards

Nov. 16 June 30 Peck & Church.

Nov. 27
Nov. 23

June 30 Ingraham & Willis.
June 30 Storer & Stephenson

1,000 foot, board measure, 1-inch cypress bonrdu, sa wed,

rough edge, 20 feet long, and not loss than 12 inches

wide.... 1,000 feet, board measure, ?-inch cypress boards, sa wed,

rough edge, 20 feet long, and not less than 12 inches

wide...
2,000 feet, board measure, juniper plank, 20 feet long, and

from 7 to 1 inch thick, as may be required...
25,000 cubic feet of granite, for flagging, in blocks 1 foot

thick, 3 feet wide, and from 3 to 6 feet long, averaging
4 feet long; the four sides or edges to be scabbed to
joints not exceeding an inch, and the top and bottom

surfaces to be left rough
100 feet best patent stretched leather belting, 12 inches wide.
300 pounds gum elastic packing, thickness as required..
100 feet vulcanized rubber belting, 10 inches wide.
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250 squares 20 inch slate
2,100 barrels hydraulic cement, equal to Rosendale.
125,000 first quality hard burned bricks
8,600 pounds pure white lead, ground in oil
500....do... best chrome green .......
300....do... best venitian red..
300....do...best Spanish whiting
400....do... best Spanish brown.
120....do...lampblack
900 lights best 12 by 16 inches window glass.
250 lights best lu by 12 inches window glass.
320 gallons pure spirits turpentine, in tin cans.
560..do...pure linseed oil..
250..do... best winter strained oil, (lard).
750..do... best winter strained sperm oil.
1,000 pounds best zinc paint.
2,000..do....yellow ochre.
100....do....Paris green.
200....do....red lead....
100....do....litharge....
50.....do....Turkey umber...
40 gallons best copal varnish, in tin cans ...

60 per cub. ft.
1 06 per foot.

55 per pound.
76 per foot.
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10 62 per square.
1 87} per barrel.
12 00 per M.

10 per pound.
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16 per light.
10 do
80 per gallon,

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Nov. 23 June 30 Storer & Steph nson-Con. 20 gallons best Japan drying, in tin cans

2 packs gold leaf, 20 books each
1 ounce gold bronze, light color
10 pounds best Indian red
10 gallons Damar varnish, for zinc paint
60...do...neatsfoot oil...
10...do...olive oil.
5....do...harness varnish, in tin cans.
20...do...Japan varnish, in tin cans..

56 pounds pulverized black lead.....
Feb. 15 June 30 Matthew Sturdivant 24 pieces yellow pine, 14 feet long, 17 by 17 inches dressed,

8 square 5,000 feet board-measure yellow pine, 20 feet long, 3 by 4

inches 50 pieces yellow pine square timber, 50 feet long, 12 by 14

inches, 2,916 feet. 50 pieces yellow pine sawed timber, 24 feet long, 6 by 12

inches, 7,200 feet 100 round yellow pine piles, 65 feet long, and not less than

10 inches diameter at the top end. These piles inust be nearly straight, without wind shakes, decayed knots, or large knots of any description. The bark to be stripped

off when the tree is cut down 500 pieces white oak, 4 feet long, and split out 2 by 3 inches

square. 100 pieces hickory, 4 feet long, and split out 2 by 3 inches

1,000 feet board-measure 2-inch white ash plank .... June 30 C. P. Knapp ...

5,000 pounds miscellaneous iron castings, according to pat

terns to be furnished 250 cords hard sound oak wood. 500 cords sound pine wood

Date. Expiration.

Names.

8 ounces drop lake. 1855. 1855.

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75 per barrel. 2,000..do....oats.........

80 per bushol.

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200....do....bran
65 tons best eastern screw-pressed hay

28 50 per ton.
1,000 cublic yards cockle shells for concrete, to be clean,
hard, and free from earth......

3 50 per cub. yd.
2,500 cubic yards cockle shells for paving, to be ard and sound. 3 50 do
215 casks first quality stone lime...

1 39 per cask.
3 barrels plaster of Paris, (estimated weight 9000 pounds).. 3 per pound.
Steam engine, boilers, and Worthington pump set up com-
plete, except the foundations...

9,500 00..
Saw-mill for vertical sawing, except ways.........

1,850 00 Futtock saw-mill, except ways....

4,000 00 Circular up saw

850 00 Small circular saws, (2)..

300 00 each.
Double whip saw..:

340 00
Large planing machine.

1,200 00
Timber planer....

850 00
Boring machine ....

250 00
Tennoning machine..

650 00
Mortising machine.....

425 00
Grooving and matching machine..

300 00
Large lathe

220 00
Small lathe

175 00
Apparatus for hauling up logs, and chain, including the
ways and inclined plane...

750 00
Finished shafting, gears, pulleys, hangers, couplings, and

13 per pound. Fitted work not finished, such as pillars to which shafting is to be hung, (estimated to weigh 1,800 pounds).

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3,500 00
Belting, 3 inches wide.

20 per foot.
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Dec. 30 June 30 James T. Ames.

300 barrels well burned charcoal. 2,000 bushels corn .....

finishing ways, including all finished work not belonging
to the machines, (estimated to weigh 20,000 pounds)

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Mar. 22 June 30 James W. Smith

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June 30
May 23 June 23
May 14 July 14
Jan. 23

Horace P. Russ..
Pease & Murphy.
T. H. & E. Faron
S. W. Haight.

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Laying 6-inch cast iron pipe.

$0 35 per foot..... New York. Do....4-inch...

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18 do Constructing pavement around dıy-dock

3 50 p. sup. sq.yd. 2 wrought iron curbs for foundry

1,537 50 each. 1. ............. do..........

2,400 00....do...... Norfolk. 1,200 cubic yards building sand

2 25 per yard... San Francisco. 700 cubic yards screened gravel

2 50 1,300 barrels fresh wood burnt lime...

3 12} per barrel
1,092 cubic yards of hard sandstone..

5 67 per cub. yd.
104 window sills, 3 feet 9 inches long 5 by 9 inches square.. 7 75 each.
22 door sılls, 3 feet 9 inches long 5 by 19 inches square.. 11 25 do
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15 75 do 8. .do.....4..do..9.....do....5 by 19. .do.....

14 25 do 40....do.....9..do..6.....do....9 by 24. ..do..

47 50 do 68....do.....4..do..9.....do....5 by 9.. ..do.

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do 4,000 pounds red lead ground in oil

14 per pound. 4,000 pounds white lead ground in oil.

13 do 400 gallons linseed oil.

1 62 per gall. 50 gallons spirits turpentine.

2 25 do 40 gallons Japan varnish

2 25 do 400 pounds black paint..

10 per pound. 1,200 pounds litharge

12 do 2,000 pounds whiting

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do 2,550 lights 9 by 13 glass, (say 2,100 feet)

10 00 per 100 feet. 350 lights 9 by 12 glass, (sa y 300 feet)

10 00 2,144 lights 10 by 15 glass, (say 2,200 feet).

11 00 do 338,000 best brick

38 50 per M. 1,165,000 common hard burnt brick

12 90 830,000 feet timber and lumber

35 14 do 355,000 hard-burnt bricks

6 72 do...... Portsmouth, N. H

Jan. 15

Harvey & Co.

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A. C. Bradford

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