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Deepening channel of Stump Creek : 15,000 cubic yards of dredging, at 16 cents.. Engineering and contingencies, 15 per cent

AMOUNTS APPROPRIATED.

By act of Congress approved June 14, 1880.
By act of Congress approved March 3, 1881.

Total.....

Amount expended..

Money statement.

July 1, 1881, amount available

July 1, 1882, amount expended during fiscal year, exclusive of out

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35, 279 00 20,000 00

Amount available for fiscal year ending June 30, 1883......

Amount (estimated) required for completion of existing project......
Amount that can be profitably expended in fiscal year ending June 30, 1884.

APPENDIX E.

IMPROVEMENT OF RIVERS IN NORTHERN NEW JERSEY, AND OF STATEN ISLAND CHANNEL AT ELIZABETHPORT-IMPROVEMENT OF HARBORS ON LAKE CHAMPLAIN, AND OF OTTER CREEK, VERMONT, AND TICONDEROGA RIVER, NEW YORK.

REPORT OF MAJOR GEORGE L. GILLESPIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS, BVT. LIEUT. COL., U. S. A., OFFICER IN CHARGE, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1882, WITH OTHER DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE WORKS.

IMPROVEMENTS.

1. Passaic River, New Jersey, above Newark.

2. Passaic River, from Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge to its mouth.

3. Channel between Staten Island and
New Jersey at Elizabethport.

4. Shrewsbury River, New Jersey.
5. Rahway River, New Jersey.
6. Elizabeth River, New Jersey.

7. Woodbridge Creek, New Jersey.
8. Manasquan River, New Jersey.
9. Raritan Bay, New Jersey.
10. Mattawan Creek, New Jersey.
11. Plattsburg Harbor, New York.
12. Burlington Harbor, Vermont.
13. Swanton Harbor, Vermont.
14. Otter Creek, Vermont.
15. Ticonderoga River, New York.

EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS.

16. Harbor at Port Henry on Lake Cham- 18. From a point between Ellis Island

plain.

17. Channel between islands of North He

ro and South Hero, Lake Cham-
plain.

and the docks of New Jersey Central Railroad to a point between Robbins Reef light and Constable Hook, in waters of New York Bay, New Jersey.

UNITED STATES ENGINEER OFFICE,
New York, July 25, 1882.

GENERAL: I have the honor to transmit herewith the annual reports for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1882, for the works of improvement of rivers and harbors and of surveys which have been in my charge.

I assumed charge September 1, 1881, relieving Col. John Newton, Corps of Engineers, who had temporary charge of the district after the death of Lieut. Col. N. Michler, Corps of Engineers, July 19, 1881. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

Brig. Gen. H. G. WRIGHT,

Chief of Engineers, U. S. A.

G. L. GILLESPIE,
Major of Engineers,
But. Lieut. Col., U. S. A.

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