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SUBMITTED TO THE

THIRTEENTH

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE STATE OF IOWA,

WHICH CONVENED AT DES MOINES, JANUARY 10, 1870.

SAMUEL MERRILL, GOVERNOR.
MADISON M. WALDEN, LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND PRESIDENT OF THE

SENATE.
ED WRIGHT, SECRETARY OF STATE.
JOHN A. ELLIOTT, AUDITOR OF STATE.
SAMUEL E. RANKIN, TREASURER OF STATE.
CYRUS C. CARPENTER, REGISTER OF THE STATE LAND OFFICE.
ABRAHAM S. KISSELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
AYLETT R. COTTON, SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

VOLUME II.

DES MOINES :
F. M. MILLS, STATE PRINTER.

CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.

1. Second Report of John N. Dewey, Commissioner to adjust with the United

States certain claims arising out of the Rebellion, the defense of the

Border, and the five per cent on the sales of the Public Lands.

2. Ninth Biennial Report of the Iowa Institution for the Education of the

Blind, at Vinton, Benton county.

3. Eighth Biennial Report of the Iowa Institution for the Education of the

Deaf and Dumb, at Iowa City,

4. Report of Commissioners for the erection of buildings for a Deaf and Dumb

Asylum, at Council Bluffs.

5. Fifth Biennial Report of the Trustees, Superintendent, and Treasurer of

the Iowa Hospital for the Insane, at Mt. Pleasant, for the years 1868

and 1869.

6. Report of Commissioners for the erection of buildings for an Insane Asylum

at Independerce.

7. Third Biennial Report of the Board of Trustees of the State Agricultural

College and Farm.

8. Report of the Secretary of the Iowa State Agricultural Society for the

year 1869.

9. Report of the Superintendent of the Orphan's Home at Cedar Falls, to the

Board of Trustees.

10. Report of the Board of Trustees of the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home,

for the two years ending November 1st, 1869.

11. First Biennial Report of the Trustees and Superintendent of the Iowa

Reform School.

12. Biennial Report of the Warden of the Penitentiary of the State.

13. Seventh Biennial Report of the Board of Curators of the Iowa State Histo-

rical Society for the two years ending December 1, 1869.

14. Special Message of the Governor to the Thirteenth General Assembly,

submitting a Report of Reprieves, Pardons, and Commutations, from

January 16, 1868, to January 12, 1870.

15. Special Message of the Governor in reference to the Des Moines River

Lands.

16. Special Message of the Governor in relation to the proposed removal of the

National Capital.

17. Special Message of the Governor in reference to the proposed Improvements

of the Fox and Wisconsin rivers.

18. Report of the Joint Committee appointed to visit the State University.

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