Brown's Political History of Oregon; Provisional Government, Treaties, Conventions, and Diplomatic Correspondence on the Boundary Question, Historical Introduction of the Explorations on the Pacific Coast, History of the Provisional

Brown's Political History of Oregon; Provisional Government, Treaties, Conventions, and Diplomatic Correspondence on the Boundary Question, Historical Introduction of the Explorations on the Pacific Coast, History of the Provisional

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...00 To salaries of governor, judges and clerks 900 00 Total $4675 00 F. ERMATINGER, Oregon City, Dec. 10, 1845. Treasurer. Sheriff's Report for 1845, Joseph L. Meek, sheriff and tax collector for the Provisional Government, submitted the following report and bill to the Legislative Committee of 1845, for tax collected as levied in 1844, and his bill for services rendered in the year 1845. TAX COLLECTeD. The amount collected in the upper country $396 77 "" "Clatsop county 11 39 Total----$408 16 Deduct per cent, allowed for collecting. 40 81 Balance $367 35 Amount paid to treasurer-$356 77 "in my hands 10 58 Total $367 35 Amount still unpaid 1n upper country 70 41 "" "Clatsop county---257 Total $ 72 98 Three orders of no value for taxes 3 37 PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT. Taking census in 1844, --2107 persons at $5.00 per hundred $105 35 Attending circuit court 100 53 Total $205 88 JOSEPH L. MEEK, No date. Sheriff: 1846 Members Of Leg1slature; Gov. Abernthy's Message; Veto Of L1quor Law; Memor1al To Congress; M1l1tary Company; Battle Creek Battle; L1eut. How1son's Report And Wreck Of The Shark; Ass1stAnce Rendered--Correspondence Of Same; H1s Report On The CounTry, People, Resources, Etc.; Ogden And Douglas Letter; Puget Sound Agr1cultural Soc1ety; Congress1onal--Floyd's Report; Bla1r's Report On The Columb1a R1ver; Mag1nn's Op1n1on; Pres1Dent's Spec1al Message; Senate Proceed1ngs On The Rat1f1cat1on Of The Treaty; Prov1s1onal Government Seal; Douglas's Letter On The Treaty; Notes; Elect1on Returns And Off1c1al Reports. THE year 1846, was the most prosperous the settlements had yet known. The harvest of the previous year having been abundant the people were enjoying peace and prosperity. The election for members of the...show more

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  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 13mm | 454g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236531795
  • 9781236531797