Ninth. For audited paper, issued under various enactments,
sixty-nine thousand four hundred and fifty-one dollars and fifty-
Tenth. For miscellaneous liabilities, twenty-six thousand one
hundred and twenty-nine dollars and eighty-seven cents.
Eleventh. For ten per cent, bonds, issued by-Commissioners to
negotiate a loan for five millions of dollars, viz: For loan obtained from Bank of United States, four hundred thousand dollars;
for purchase of steamer Zavalla, ninety-thousand and fourteen
dollars and efghty-four cents ; for purchase of naval vessels under
contract with F. Dawson, now owned by James Scott and E. D.
Whitney, one hundred and forty thousand dollars.
Twelfth. For interest on the above liabilities, issued subject to
interest as stated in the face of the certificates, one million four
hundred and sixty-eight thousand one hundred and fifty-five dollars and twenty-six cents.
Thirteenth. For additional interest to July 1, 1850, allowed by
act approved February 11, 1850, on claims which had been audited prior to its passage, one hundred and thirteen thousand six
hundred and sixty-four dollars and eighty cents.
Fourteenth. For amount filed and receipted for as second class
debt, six hundred and seventy-nine thousand two hundred and
twenty-two dollars and fifty cents.
Fifteenth. For amount filed and receipted for as third class,
since recognized as second class, sixteen thousand four hundred
and sixty-seven dollars and ninety-five cents.
Sixteenth. For amount audited by special act of the Legislature, seventy-two thousand and seventy-seven dollars and twenty-
eight cents—less thirty-eight thousand and fifty-three dollars and
seventy-three cents, amount acknowledged by joint resolution,
approved March 15th, 1848.
Sec 2. That the disbursements herein provided for, shall be
made in the bonds or stock of indemnity alluded to in the first
section of this act, or the proceeds thereof, by the Treasurer of
this State upon the certificates of indebtedness, issued by the Auditor and Comptroller under, the provisions of the laws above
named ; and in all other respects the said Treasurer shall be governed by the laws regulating the payment of money out of the
State treasury; and the Comptroller of public accounts for the
State of Texas is hereby authorized to transfer a sufficient amount
of said stock, when the transfer shall be necessary, by simple endorsement, attested by his seal of office, to be countersigned by
the Treasurer of the State, which transfer shall divest the State
of all interest in such bonds or stock, and invest the same in the
holder thereof. Provided, that payment shall be made on any
claim against'the State included in or forming a part of articles
first, second, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, and eleventh; or for interest which may have accrued thereon, included in articles
# twelfth and thirteenth, in the first section of this act. When the