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For each additional 3 inches in width, up to 8 feet, fifty cents per superficial foot additional ...

$0 50 Rough stock, not exceeding 30 cubic feet, per cubic foot.. Rough stock, from 30 to 70 cubic feet, three-quarters of a

cent additional per cubic foot. Rough stock, exceeding 70 cubic feet, three-quarters of a

cent additional per cubic foot. For stones of greater width than three times their thick

ness, an additional price of twenty-five (25) per cent. for

each additional 3 inches in width: No. 1 hammering, as per sample, per superficial foot,

(eighty cents,)...... No. 2 hammering, as per sample, per superficial foot, (sixty

cents,)..... No. 3 hammering, as per sample, per superficial foot, (forty

eight cents,).. No. 4 hammering, as per sample, per superficial foot, (thirty-seven cents,)...

37 For beds, builds, &c., (eighteen cents,)

11 For channels and rebates, not exceeding 4 by 2 inches, per

lineal foot.....
For mouldings of one curve, 100 per cent. additional upon

the cost of plain work, per superficial foot.
For mouldings of two curves, 200 per cent. additional, &c.
For each arris on same, per lineal foot, (twenty cents,)...
For bevelled work, 40 per cent. additional to plain work.
For circular work, 70 per cent. additional to plain work.
Balustrade, iucluding base, &c., per lineal foot ...

37 36 Yours, very respectfully,

HORACE BEALS

C. P. DIXON. Captain A. H. BOWMAN,

Supt. Treasury Building Extension, Washington City. The undersigned, Courtlandt Palmer and 0. D. F. Grant, of the city, county, and State of New York, as guarantors, hereby undertake that the above-named Horace Beals and C. P. Dixon will, if their proposal be accepted, enter into a contract and bond as required, with proper and sufficient securities, in the sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000,) for its faithful performance.

COURTLANDT PALMER.

0. D. F. GRANT. Witness :

GEO. W. MORTON,

United States Court.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

Southern District of New York, 88: I, George W. Morton, dis'g clerk of the district court of the United States for the southern district of New York, and United States commissioner, do hereby certify that I am well acquainted with the responsibility of Courtlandt Palmer and Oliver De Forest Grant, who subscribed the foregoing proposal in my presence, and I know them to be perfectly responsible for upwards of one hundred thousand dollars. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name, and

affixed the seal of the said district court, this twenty-fifth day [L. S.] of August, A. D. 1855.

G. W. MORTON,

Dis'g Clerk U. S. Court.

Proposal of J. J. Rink, New York.

Cornice and entablature, per lineal foot...
Architrave over columns, outside.
Architrave over columns, inside.
Architrave over antä..
Capitals of columns......
Capitals of antæ.........
Bases of antæ.....
Bases of columns, in 1 piece.
Shafts of columns, in 1 piece.
Shafts of columns, in 5 pieces.
Plain steps, per lineal foot..
Platforms, per square foot.
Stones, 30 cubic feet..
Stones, 70 cubic feet.
Stones, 100 cubic feet.
Hammering, No.1...
Hammering, No.2...
Hammering, No. 3.
Hammering, No. 4..
Hammering. No. 5.
Ashlars, 45 cents additional..
Sand-rubbed granite curbs....
Channels, &c , rebates, per lineal foot...
One curve, per cent..
Two curves, per cent.
Arrises, per lineal foot...
Bevelled work, per cent..
Circular work, per cent.
Sand-rubbed, per cent...

$301 50 $161 76 $149 00 2, 273 00 1,915 00 1,887 00 1, 286 00 1,047 00 1, 047 00

758 00 553 00 536 00
1, 128 00 724 00 709 00

356 00 228 00 216 00
185 00 156 00 149 00

522 00 435 00 420 00
10, 340 00 10,694 00 10, 676 00
6,092 00 5, 456 00 5, 360 00

2 86 3 35 3 35
1 44

2 23 2 27
70
1 67

1 67
1 09

2 10 2 10
1 35
2 52

2 52
90
58

58
72
56

53
60
52

48
72
55

51
27
14

13
1 35

92

87
40
15

15
1 60

75

70
70
40

35
90

47
80
65

55
75
75

65
5

5

$170 00 1,922 00 1,160 00

560 00 745 00 235 00 164 00

399 00 10, 672 00 5,496 00

3 60 2 43 1 60 2 03 2 45

60 58 54 52 20 96 20 80 45 65 62 62 75 5

60

50

1 64

52

40

Proposals for the Treasury building extension. Proposals No. 1, for granite, per samples No. 1. Proposals No. 2, for marble, per samples No. 2a. Proposals No. 3, for marble, per samples No. 36. Proposals No. 4, for marble, per samples No. 4.

H. Rep. Com. 137—5

Bid and proposals No. 1, for granite, as per samples No. 1, or as ordered.

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Cost of stock (140) 200 cubic feet.$1,020 00 Architrave over column, inelud'g cost of stock, Cost of 128 square feet plain work. 100 00 freight, and workmanship... $2, 273 06 Cost of additional piece moulding. 1,153 00 Inside...

1, 286 00 Outside...

2,273 09 2,273 00

Cost of stock, 80 cubic feet...... $130 00
Cost of 56 square feet plain work. 42 00
Cost of additional piece moulding. 566 00

Architrave over antæ, including cost of stock,

freight, and workmanship... $758 00

$758 00

$94 00 Capitals of columns, each, including cost of 1,034 00 stock, freight, and workman. ship....

Cost of stock, 69 cubic feet......
Cost of work....

.. $1, 128 00 1, 128 00

Cost of stock, 32 cubic feet......
Cost of work....

$26 00 Capitals of antæ, each, includ'g cost of stock
330 00 freight, and workmanship... $356 00

356 00

Cost of 32 cubic feet of stock....
Cost of 38 square feet plain work.
Additional cost.....

$26 00

39 00 120 00

Bases of antæ, each, including cost of stock,

freight, and workmanship... $185 00

Mouldings....

185 00

Cost of 72 cubic feet of stock.... $117 00 Buses of column, each, including cost of stock, Cost of 72 square feet plain work. 49 00 freight, and workmanship... $552 00 Additional cost moulding..... 386 00

552 00

PROPOSALS.-Continued.

Cornice.

Cost of 640 cubic feet of stock...$7,000 00 Shafts of column, each, in 1 piece, including Cost of work, 448 square feet... 1,320 00 cost of stock, freight, and 768 feet curves....

1,960 00 workmanship....... ..$10,340 00

10, 340 00

Cost of 640 cubic feet of stock..$2,600 00 Shafts of column, cach, in 3 or more pieces, inCost of 448 square feet of work .. 1,532 00 cluding cost of stock, freight, and work768 feet curves... 1,960 00 manship.....

$6,092 00

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For hammering of mouldings of one curte,

70 per cent. ; of two curves, 90 per cent. additional upon the cost of plain worš

and hammering No. 1, per superficial foot For hammering of each arris on moulding

on curves, per lineal foot.... $1 46 For hammering bevelled work, 80 per cent

additional to plain work ; but to apper only to the part cut off from the square work, and not be measured in the plain

work. For hammering of circular work, 75 per

cent upon the cost of plain work, per stk perficial foot.

If sand-rubbed, 40 per cent. is to be added

upon No. 1 hammering ; and if oiled, 6 per cent. is to be added.

If Quincy granite be ordered, 30 cents is to

be added per cubic foot.

JOHANN JOSEPH RING,

Residence No. 95 West Thirty-second stret, Nea Park. New YORK, August 18, 1855. Acknowledged before me, August 18, 1855.

GEORGE W. MORTON, U. S. Cool

Bid and proposals No. 2, for marble, as per sample No. 2 a, or different steak

uhen ordered.

Entablature and balustrade.

Stock, 12 cubic feet......
Plain work, per square foot....
Moulding and balustrade

John Joseph Rink, architect, stonecutter,

and sculptor, of the city and State of New York, for furnishing all the materials for the exterior walls of the south wing

the Treasury Department building. $20 00

The subscriber offers to furnish all the 57 00 stone for such building, and deliver the

same, wrought and prepared, and ready to 95 00 put into the building at Washington, at the

following, prices, viz:

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