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fact often "blown out" entirely for the want of a supply of salt water. The committee are clearly of opinion that there is a legal liability resting on Stuart, Buchanan & Co. to make good to the State the loss resulting from this failure on their part to comply with their contract. The tenor of the evidence estimates the loss from this source at from fifteen thousand to twenty thousand bushels of salt. The Superintendent, in his communication to the Board of Supervisors, of date September 4, 1863, complains that the lessors delivered a portion of the leased furnaces in very bad order, the flues of some of the furnaces requiring extensive repairs, almost, or quite equivalent to rebuilding them. These allegations are fully sustained by the evidence, and the loss accruing therefrom at one of the furnaces, estimated by one of the witnesses at "from four hundred to five hundred bushels of salt per day for ten or twelve days," when the State first took possession. Your committee wou