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ase, whereby said furnaces could not be worked up to their full boiling capacity, and were in 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 report then proceeds with the following recommendations: That the State shall immediately impress the six furnaces known as the "Charles Scott & Co's works," and shall, prior to the 8th day of June next, impress nine of the ten furnaces of Stuart, Buchanan & Co., now leased by the State; also the "Preston" well, and so much salt water from the King and Finley wells as shall be ample to supply the said fifteen furnaces. Likewise, that the superintendent have authority, under the supervisi