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Books....
Stationery
Tuition refunded....
Drugs and medicines.
Express...
Freight .
Fuel, wood.
Fuel, coal.
Gas...
Gas fixtures.
Garden tools.
Garden seads.
House rent.
Insurance
Ink, pens, pen-holders and pencils..
Labor...
Postage and stamped envelopes.
Printing
Repairs
Luinber
Stoves and repairs
Straw...
Traveling expenses
Paints and oils..
Matches...
Crayons..
Apparatus for school-room.
Machines.
Blacking

$83 21 87 50

5 50 105 20

5 10 25 96 479 00 285 12 326 20 32 25 37 05

17 05 1000 00 50 00

5 95 410 93 54 56 62 65 669 10 224 70 207 10

8 00 37 40 137 70

8 30 1 40 17 99 67 00

83 25 48 5 00 2 00 10 00 12 15 15 00 12 00 14 46 12 70

2 40 28 00 50 00 4 00 4 00 2 25 3 00 4 00

Wall paper.

Lime.
Revenue stamps..
Care of piano and tuning.
Honey..
Clothes rack.
Croquet setts.
Rope ...
Chocolate...
Palm leaf fans.
One refrigerator
One large ice box..
Confectionery at Christmas
Nuts....
Candle brackets
Christmas tree...
Iron for lame child's shoe to support ankle.

Coffee mill...
Umbrella
Miscellaneous
Seamless bags.

$150 3 25 8 70 1 00

$4673 64

Total expenditures.....

$15,734 97

RECAPITULATION
Of Receipts and Expenditures, for the two years ending December 1, 1868.

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Balance left for expenses for present quarter....

$1,312 21 Respectfully submitted.

C. T. WILBUR, M. D., Superintendent.

SEVENTH BIENNIAL REPORT

OF THE

Superintendent of Public Instruction

OF THE

STATE OF ILLINOIS,

1867-_-1868.

Vol. II-53

COMMUNICATION.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,

Springfield, December 15, 1868. To His Excellency RICHARD J. OGLESBY,

Governor of Illinois : SIR-In compliance with the law, I have the honor, herewith, to transmit a synopsis of the SEVENTH BIENNIAL REPORT of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, of the condition and progress of the Common and Normal Schools of Illinois, for the two years commencing October 1, 1866, and ending September 30, 1868; together with the accompanying documents.

I am, very respectfully,

Your obedient servant,

NEWTON BATEMAN, Superintendent of Public Instruction.

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