Washington: Sales & Seaton (Printers), 1827. Hardcover. Paper title label with black lettering laid onto tan leather/boards. Red/black title labels on spine; gilt lettering. 98 multi-fold pages; no illustrations. Good, tight contents w/o extraneous marks but with some foxing; page edges very uneven, and those edges that stick out are age-soiled. Front cover detached but present; back cover nearly detached; spine worn. Item #159271
Executive documents from the Second Session of the 19th Congress. Unsettled accounts--Office Third Auditor. : Letter from the comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting reports from the Third Auditor, 1. Of the names of such officers as have not rendered their accounts within the year. 2. Of accounts in his office which have remained unsettled more than three years prior to the 30th September last. 3. Of moneys advanced prior to 3d March, 1809, on the books of the late accountant of the War Department, and which remain to be accounted for. : December 13, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. A lengthy list of names and amounts and reasons or circumstances. All names are on the 98 folded leaves. WORLDCAT locates one copy. A goldmine for genealogical research. "Not to be taken from committee room" printed on front label. Obviously, someone didn't play by the rules.
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