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AN ACT to change the port of entry from New Iberia to titled "An act for the relief of certain surviving officers Franklin, in the State of Louisiana
and soldiers of the Army of the Revolution," approved the Be it enacted, &c. That hereafter, the port of entry in 16th May, one thousand eight bundred and twenty-eight, the district of Teche, in the State of Louisiana, shall be be, and the same are hereby, extended to the said Daniel at Franklin, instead of New Iberia, in said district ; and McDuff, as Captain in the Continental Line, in the same the Collector thereof shall hereafter reside at said Frank manner, and to the like effect, as if he had been placed on lin.
the pension list, as Captain under said act. A Approved, March 31, 1830.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said Daniel
McDuff shall be entitled to demand and receive a warrant AN ACT changing the residence of the Collector in for the like quantity of land, for which warrants have been the district of Burlington, in the State of New Jersey. issued to other Captains of the Continental Line, in the
war of the Revolution. Be it enacted, &c. That, hereafter, the Collector of the
Approved, April 2, 1830. district of Burlington, in the State of New Jersey, shall reside at Lamberton, instead of Burlington, in said district.
AN ACT for the relief of the legal representatives of Approved, March 31, 1830.
Francis Tennille, deceased.
Be it enacted, &c. That the sum of fourteen hundred AN ACT to change the time and place of bolding the and twenty-eight dollars and fifty-seven cents be, and the
Court for the county of Crawford, in the Territory of same is hereby, appropriated to the legal representatives Michigan.
of Francis Tennille, late of the County of Washington, and Be it enacted, do. That the term of the Court appoint- State of Georgia, payable out of any money in the Trea: ed to be held, annually, on the second Monday in May. sury, not otherwise appropriated, being an indemnification at the village of Prairie du Chien, by the additional for the claim of said Francis, for one four hundred and Judge of the United States for the Territory of Michi- twentieth part of the Tennessee Company's pretended gan, shall be held on the first Monday in October, annu- purchase of land from the State of Georgia : Provided, ally, at Mineral Point, in the county of Iowa in the said That the said legal representatives sball previously take Territory; and the cases which shall be pending in the the oath required by the third section of the act, passed on said Court on the second Monday in May next, shall be the thirty-first day of March, one thousand eight hundred tried and determined at the time and place abovo desig: and fourteen, providing for the indemnification of claimants nated, in the county of Iowa ; and the Clerk and Sheriff of lands in the Mississippi Territory, which affidavit, and of said county shall be the Clerk and Sheriff of this the travsfer of the interest and claim of the representataCourt; and its jurisdiction shall be and continue the tives and heirs of Francis Tennille, to the United States, same as if said county of Crawford had not been divided shall be filed in the Department of State, with the Approved, April 2, 1830.
transfers, conveyances, and recordo, returned to that De
partment by the Commissioners appointed under the AN ACT for the relief of Richard Taylor, of Kentucky, act supplementary to the act aforesaid, passed on the Be it enacted, &c. That nothing in the provisions of twenty-third day of January, one thousand eight bundred
and fifteen. the act, entitled "An act to prevent defalcations on the part of disbursing agents of the Government, and for
Approved, April 2, 1830. other purposes," approved the twenty-fifth of January, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, shall be AN ACT for the relief of Marigoy D'Auterive. 80 construed as to prevent the payment of the pension Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury now due, or which may hereafter become due, and pay. (pay to to Marigoy D'Auterive, out of any money in the able to Richard Taylor, of Kentucky, an invalid pension: Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, the sum of eight er; but the same shall be paid to him as though the act hundred and fifty-five dollars, for ninety-five cords of had never passed.
wood, taken by the troops, during the late war, under the Approved, March 31, 1830.
command of General Carroll, near New Orleans, and for AN ACT for the relief of the legal representatives of of December, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, to
the nse of a cart, horse, and driver, from the seventeenth Erastos Gránger.
the twenty-fourth of January, one thousand eight hundred Be it enacted, &c. That the Postmaster General is hero- and fifteen. by authorized and directed to discharge and release, to Approved, April 2, 1830. the legal representatives of Erastus Granger, late of Buffalo, in the State of New York, a judgment rendered AN ACT for the relief of the Mayor and City Council against the said Erastus Granger, in the District Court of
of Baltimore. the Northern District of New York, in favor of the Postmaster General of the United States, for the sum of one
Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury thousand one hundred and fifty-three dollars and fifty.
cause to be paid unto the Mayor and City Council of Bal.. two cents and costs
, at the August term of said Court, in timore, or to their authorized agent, the sum of seven the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six.
thousand four hundred and thirty-four dollars and fifty: Approved, April 2, 1830.
three cents, io full for their claim against the United
States, for money borrowed and expended by them, in AN AOT to increase the pension of Charles Larrabee.
defence of said city, during the late war, Be it enacted, &c. That Charles Larrabee, an invalid cause to be paid, as aforesaid, interest on the sum men
4. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That said Secretary pensioner, be, and be is hereby entitled to receive twenty. tioned in the preceding section, according to the provisions five dollars per month, in lieu of the pension to which and regulations of the act to authorize the payment of he is now entitled.
interest due to the city of Baltimore," passed May the Approved, April 2, 1830.
twentieth, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, and
that said sum be paid out of any money in the Treasury, AN ACT for the relies of Captain Daniel McDuff.
not otherwise appropriated. Be it enacted, &c. That the provisions of the act en- Approved, April 2, 1830.
Laws of the United States.
[21st Cong. 1st Sess.
AN ACT amendatory and supplementary to the act to aid , John H. Keozie, and Henry Gratiot, for services rendered
the State of Obio in extending the Miami Canal from by them in negotiating the said treaties, six hundred dolDaytop to Lake Erie, and to grant a quantity of land lars.
to said State, to aid in the construction of the Canals Approved : April 7, 1880. * authorized by law, and for making donations of land to certain persons in Arkansas Territory.
AN ACT for the relief of the legal representatives of ! Be it enacted, &c. That so much of the act approved
Jean Baptiste Couture. May twenty-fourth, one thousand eight bundred and twen- Be it enacted, &c. That the
Secretary of the Treasury ty-eight, entitled " An act to aid the State of Ohio in ex- pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise aptending the Miami Canal from Dayton to Lake Erie, and to propriated, to the legal representatives of Jean Baptiste grant a quantity of land to said State, to aid in the con-Couture, the sum of two thousand dollars, the value of a struction of the Canals authorized by law, and for making dwelling house, store, and lumber house, stable, bake, and donations of land to certain persons in Arkansas Terri- wush house, situate at Frenchtown, on the river Raisin, tory," as provides that the extension of the Miami Capal which were in the military occupation of the United States, suall be completed within twenty years, or that the State by the command of an officer in the service, and while so sball be bound to pay the United States the amount of any occupied, and in consequence thereof, were destroyed by land previously sold be, and the same is hereby repealed: the British and Indians, on the twenty-third of January, Provided, That if the State of Ohio sball apply the said one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. lands, or the proceeds of the sales, or any part thereof, to Approved : Ăpril 7, 1830. any other use wbatever, than in the extension of the Miami Canal, before the same shall have been completed, AN ACT for the relief of J. W. Hollister and Company, the said grant, for all lands upsold, shall thereby become
George Anderson. pull and void, and the said State of Obio shall become Be it enacted, &c. That the Collector of the port of Portliable and bound to pay to the U. States, the amount for land, in the State of Ohio, District of Sandusky, be, and be which said land, or any part thereof, may have been sold, is bereby, authorized to refund to J. W. Hollister and Comdeducting the expenses incurred in selling the same : pany, and George Anderson, of Sandusky, the sum of four And provided also, That it shall be lawful for the Legis- hundred and fifty-eight dollars and thirty cents, being the łature of said State to appropriate the proceeds of the land amount of duties paid by them on certain goods imported so granted, either in extending the said Miami Canal from by them in the schooner Governor Cass, B. W. Miller, magDayton to Lake Erie, or in the construction of a rail-road ter, in the month of May, one thousand eight bundred and from the terinination of the said Canal, at Dayton, towards twenty-seven. the said Lake.
Approved: April 7, 1830. Seo. 2. And be it further enacted, That whenever the line of the said Canal to be extended as aforesaid from AN ACT for the relief of Captain John Burnham. Dayton to the Maumee River, at the mouth of Auglaize, Be it enacted, &c. That the sum of one thousand six bun. shall pass over land sold by the United States, it shall be dred and three dollars and seventy-five cente be paid out lawful for the Governor of the State of Ohio to locate of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, other lands in lieu of the lands so sold: Provided, such lo- to Captain Joho Burnbam, being the balance of the sum cations sball pot exceed the number of acres necessary paid by him to the Government of Algiers, to effect bis to complete an aggregate quantity, equal to one-half of ransom.' five sections in width, on each side of said extended Approved : April 7, 1830. Canal. Approved, April 2, 1830.
AN ACT for the relief of John Rodriguez
* Be it enacted, &c. That there be paid to John Rodriguez, AN ACT making appropriations to pay the expenses in- or to his legal representatives, out of any money in the
curred in holding certain Iodian Treaties. Treasury dot otherwise appropriated, the sum of eight hun. Be it enacted, &c. That the following sums be appro- dred and eighty-three dollar's, for damages done to bis printed, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury, plantation by digging or using earth for works of defence not otherwise appropriated, for the objects herein speci- during the late war, and for materials and labor to repair fied, viz.:
said plantation. For payment of the expenses incurred by the Commis- Approved: April 7, i830. sioners, in preparing for and holding treaties with the Winnebago Indians, and, also, with the Chippewas, Otta- AN ACT for the relief of Thomas Shiverick. was, and Potawatamies, and the council held with the Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury is Saos and Foxes, at Prairie du Chien, in July and August, hereby authorized to pay to Thomas Shiverick, of Dennis, in one thousand eight bundred and twenty-nine, eight thou- Massachusetts, out of any money in the Treasury, pot other. sand dine hundred and ninety-four dollars and fourteen wise appropriated, the sum of fifty dollars, being the cents.
amount of a penalty incurred and paid by him for rot reFor reimbursiog the "contingencies of the Indian De- oewing, before the expiration of a legal term, the coasting partment,” this amount paid from said contingencies to license of the schooner Adeline. General M'Neil and Mr. Atwater, on account of their Approved : April 7, 1830.
compensation, two thousand three hundred and ninetyi four dollars and sixty cents.
AN AOT for the relief of Hubert La Croix. For payment of compensation yet due to one of the Be it enacted, &c. That the sum of eleven hundred and Commissioners, seven hundred and fifty-three dollars and fifty dollars be paid, out of the Treasury, out of any mo. forty-three cents.
veya not otherwise appropriated, to Hubert La Croix, of For payment of the compensation and all other services the Territory of Michigan, in full satisfaction for the deof the Secretary of the Commission, four hundred and struction of a dwelling house, the property of said La thirty dollars.
Oroix, by the British and Indians, at Frenchtown, on the For payment of a draft drawn by the Commissioners on river Raisin, the twenty-third of January, eighteen hundred the Secretary of War, on account of presents to the Sacs and thirteen ; and, at the time of its destruction, in the miand Foxes, eight hundred and fifty dollars.
litary occupation of the United States. For paying Dr. Alexander Walcott, Gen. H. Dodge, I. Approved : April 7, 1880.
AN ACT for the relief of Andrew Wilson.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That, in like manger Be it enacted, &c. That the Collector of the Customs the Collector of the port of New Orleans, le directed to for the district of Newburyport, in Massachusetts, is here- permit the firm of Currell Kilsbaw and Company, as the by authorized to pay to Andrew Wilson, late owner of a lawful Attorneys of Allen Reynolds, of Matamoras, to com. fishing schooner, lost at sea, called the Betsey, of sixty-plete the entries made by the said Allen Reynolds, in the five tous and sixteen ninety-fifths of a ton burthen, and to month of June, one thousand eight bundred and twenty. the persone composing her late crew, such allowance, to pipe, for the benefit of drawback, on two cases of ealicoes
on entitled to receive, bad the said schooner completed her for Rio Grande, and that in like manner, the benefit of fishing term and returned into porte,
Drawback shall be extended to the said entries. Approved: April 7, 1830.
Approved: April 15, 1880.
27 AN ACT authorizing the appointment of an additional AN ACT making additional appropriations for the im
Brigadier General for the Territory of Arkansas. provement of certain harbors, and for removing obBe it enacted, &c. That the President of the United structions at the mouths of certain rivers, for the year States, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, one thousand eight hundred and thirty of od Branden be, and he is hereby, authorized to appoint a Brigadier Be it enacted, dc. That the following sums of money General for the Second Brigade of the Arkansas Militia be, and the same are hereby appropriated for carrying Approved : April 16, 1830.
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on and completing certain works heretofore commenced,
to be paid out of any money in the Treasury, not otherAN ACT authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to re- wise appropriated, víz:
fund a sum of money, now in the Treasury, to Charles For removing obstructions at the mouth of Hurou river, Henry Hall,
Obio, one thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars, Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury and thirty-six cents. is hereby authorized to refund Charles Henry Hall the For completing the removal of obstructions at the sum of two thousand one hundred and seventy-three dol. mouth of Grand river, Ohio, five thousand five hundred lars, being the nett proceede, after paying the duties, of and sixty-three dollars and eighteen cents. four hundred and twenty-two casks of wine, imported into For completing the improvements of Cleaveland har. New Orleans in the brig Sarah, by Hazard and Williams, bor, Ohio, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-six and improperly condemned for an alleged breach of the dollars and fifty-six cepts. revenue laws: Provided, The said Hall shall produce For removing saod bar at or near the mouth of Black Aatisfactory evidence to show that the said wines in fact river, Ohio, eight thousand five hundred and fifty-nine belonged to him, and that he is the person entitled to dollars and seventy-seven geota. receive such part of the proceeds as now remaja in the For iinproving the navigation of Conneaut Creek, Ohio, Treasury.
six thousand one hundred and thirty-five dollars and sixty Approved: April 16, 1830.
For completing piers at the mouth of Dunkirk harbor, AN ACT for the relief of the Mercantile Insurance New York, one thousand three hundred and forty-two Company, in Salem, Massachusetta.
dollars and seventy-five cents. Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury For completing piers at Buffalo barbor, New York, fifbe, and he is bereby, authorized and required to repay to teed thousand four hundred and eighty-eight dollars. the President and Directors of the Mercantile Insurance For extending the pier at Black Rock, three thousand Company, in Salem, Massachusetts, out of any money in one hundred and ninety-eight dollars. the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, the sum of two For improving the navigation of Genesee river, New hundred and thirty dollars and binety-two cente, being the York, thirteen thousand three hundred and thirty-five amount paid to the Collector of the Customs for the Dis- dollars. trict of Belfast, in the State of Maine, for duties op sails, For removing obstructions at the mouth of Big Sodus rigging, and other materials, saved from the American Bay, New York, fifteen thousand two hundred and sighty Brig Lydia, which was wrecked at Martinique, in the year dollars. one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, and which For completing the removal of the sand bar at or near materials were subseqnently brought back, and landed in the mouth of Merrimack river, Massachusetta, three said District. Provided, it shall be satisfactorily shown thousand five hundred and six dollars and seventy-two to the Secretary of the Treasury, that the articles upon cents. which said duty has been paid, were a part of the ma- For the preservation of Plymonth Beach, Massachuterials of said brig Lydia.
setts, one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. Approved : April 15, 1880.
For erecting piers or other works at or near Stonington
harbor, Connecticut, sixteen thousand four hundred and AN ACT for the relief of Peter and John S. Crary and ninety-one dollars and sixty-seven cents.
Company, of New York, and of Allen Reynolds. For deepening an inland passage between St. John's Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury and St. Mary's rivera, fifteen hundred dollars
. is hereby authorized to extend the provision of an act, For improving the navigation of the Missimsippi and entitled * An act, authorizing the Secretary of the Trea- Ohio rivers, fifty thousand dollars. Bury to direct the completion of entries for the benefit of For removing obstructions to the navigation of the drawback after the period of twenty days," to the entries Kepuebec river, at Lovejoy's Narrows, Maine, five thoumade by Manuel Velez, of Colombia, in the months of sand dollars.
ooo September and October, one thousand eight hundred and For improving the harbors of New Castle, Marcus twenty-eight, of five bales of merchandize, exported on Hook, Chester, and Port Pelin, in the Delaware river, board the brig Athenian, Sullivan master, for Carthage ten thousand dollars. Da, and to direct the Collector of the port of New York, For improving the Cape Fear river, below Wilmjogton, to permit Peter Crary, John S. Crary, Henry Todd, and North Carolina, twenty-five, thousand six hundred and Oliver E. Cobb, trading under the firm of Peter and eighty-eight dollars. Jobo S. Crary and Company, to complete the said en For completing the removal of obstructions in the Ap tries, as the lawful Attorveys of the said Mabuel Velez.I palachicola river, in Florida, two thousand dollars.
For completing the removal of obstructions in the river be, and he is bereby, authorized to issue a patent to Gaand harbor of St. Marks, in Florida, ten thousand dollars. briel Godfroy and John Baptiste Beaugrand, for a tract of
For completing the Breakwater at Hyannis harbor, in two bundred and twenty-five acres, surveyed for them Massachusetts, six thousand five hundred and seventeen under an act, entitled “ An act regulating the grants of dollars and eighty-two cents.
land in the Territory of Michigan," and designated on For carrying on the works of the Delaware Breakwater, the plat of survey of the United States reserve, of twelve for the year one thousand eight bundred and thirty, one miles square, on the Maumee of the Lake, is number hundred thousand dollars; and for carrying on the same five hundred and ninety-five, on their paying to the Reworks during the first quarter of one thousand eight hun-ceiver of Public Moneys in the Land Office at Detroit, dred and thirty-one, sixty-two thousand dollars.
the balance of the purchase money due thereon, without Approved : April 23, 2830.
interest, and with the usual discount, at any time within
one year after the passage of this act: Provided, The AN ACT to amend an act, entitled, “ An Act to extend said tract of land shall not have been sold to any other
the time for locating Virginia Military Land Warrants, person.
AN ACT for the relief of Arund Rutgers, of Missouri
. Be it enacted, &c. That the officers and soldiers of the Be it enacted, &c. That Arund Rutgers be, and is bereVirginia Line, on the Continental Establishment, their by, authorized to locate five hundred arpents of land, upon heirs or assignees, entitled to bounty land within the tract any of the public lands in the State of Missouri, that are of country reserved by the State of Virginia, between subject to private entry, upon relinquishing to John Wel
. the Little Miami and Sciota rivers, shall be allowed until den, bis heirs or assigns, before the Recorder of land titles the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and at St. Louis, all his right and claim to the like quantity of thirty-two, to obtain warrants, subject, however, to the con- land, confirmed to the said John Welden, within the ditions, restrictions, and limitations, relatiog to locations, boundaries of bis original grant; and the Commissioner of surveys, and patents contained in the act of which this is the General Land Office, upon a duly certified copy of an amendment
such relinquishment being presented to him, together with Sec. 2.' And be it further enacted, That no location a plat and survey of said land, duly and regularly made, shall be made by virtue of any warrant obtained after the shall issue a patent therefor. said first day of January, one thousand eight hundred Approved: April 23, 1830. and thirty-two; and no patent shall issue in consequence of any warrant obtained after that time. And that the AN ACT for the relief of Luther Chapin. second proviso, inserted in the first section of the above Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury recited act, except only that part thereof which requires be, and he is hereby, authorized to pay to Luther Chapin *& certificate from the Register of the Land Office of the sum of two thousand dollars, out of any money in the Virginia, that po warrant has issued from the said Land Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, for his vessel, called Office for the same services," be, and the same is hereby the Cuyahoga Packet, captured by the enemy, on Lake repealed.
Erie, during the late war, while in the military service of Approved: April 23, 1830.
the United States.
Approved : April 23, 1830. AN AOT to regulate and fix the compensation of Clerks in the Department of State.
AN ACT to authorize the Commissioners of the Sinking Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of State be, and Fund to redeem the
public debt of the United States. he is hereby, authorized to employ one Chief Clerk, e it enacted, &c. That whenever, in the opinion of the whose compensation shall not exceed two thousand dol- Secretary of the Treasury, the state of the Treasury will lars per annura ; one Clerk, whose compensation shall admit of the application of a greater sum than ten millions not exceed one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; of dollars in any one year, to the payment of interest and one Clerk whose compensation shall not exceed one thou charges
, and to the reimbursement or purchase of the prin. sand five bundred dollars per annum; six Clerks, whose cipal of the public debt, it shall be lawful for him, with compensation shall not exceed one thousand four hud- the approbation of the President of the United States, to dred dollars each per annum; one Clerk, whore salary cause such surplus to be placed at the disposal of the shall not exceed one thousand one hundred and fifty dol Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, and the same shall be lars per appum; one Clerk, whose salary shall not ex. applied by them to the reimbursement or purchase of the ceod ove thousand dollars, to be charged with the duty principal of the
public debt, at such times as the state
of of translating foreign languages, in addition to other du- the Treasury will best admit.
ties; one Clerk, whose salary shall not exceed one thou- Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That whenever, in any | sand dollars per annum; ope Clerk, whose salary sball year, there shall be a surplus in the Sinking Fund beyond
Dot exceed nine bundred dollars per annum; one Clerk, the amount of interest and priocipal of the debt which whose compensation shall not exceed eight hundred dollars may be actually due and payable by the United States, in per annum; one Superintendent in the Patent Office, whose such year, in conformity with their engagements, it shall salary shall not exceed one thousand five hundred dollars be lawful for the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund to per annum ; two Clerks in the Patent Office, whose com- apply such surplus to the purchase of any portion of the pensation shall not exceed one thousand dollars each, per public debt, at such rates as, in their opinion, may be ad. annum; ove Clerk, whose compensation shall not exceed Vantageous to the United States; any thing in any act of eight hundred dollars per anoum.
Congress to the contrary notwithstanding. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all acts, and parts Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the fourth and of acts, inconsistent with the provisions of this act, be, and fifth sections of the act, entitled "An act to provide for the same are hereby, repealed.
the redemption of the public debt, approved on the third Approved: April 23, 1830.
of March, one thousand eight hundred and seventeen, are
hereby repealed. AN ACT for the relief of Gabriel Godfroy and John Bap. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the sum of two tiste Beaugrand.
hundred thousand dollars, being the balance of the sums Be it enacted, &e. That the President of the U, States heretofore appropriated for the expenses of taking the
21st Cong. Ist Sess.)
Laws of the United States. Dext Census, and wbich will not be required for that pur- with said warrant, to the Commissioner of the General pose, be, and the same is bereby directed to be passed to Land Office, whose duty it shall be to issue a patent of the surplus fund upon the last day of the year one thou- patents for land so entered. sand eight buodred and thirty, any law to the contrary Approved, April 24, 1830, notwithstanding Approved : April 24, 1830.
AN ACT to refund the moiety of the forfeiture upon the
schooner Volant. AN ACT to extend the time for commencing the improve- Be it enacted, &c. That there shall be paid to John
ment of the navigation of the Tennessee river. Burton, Dunbar Henderson, E. Hale, Charles HolmenBe it enacted, &c. That the time for commencing the botiser, Benjamin Burton, and Thomas Burton, the amount improvement of the navigation of the Tennessee river, paid by them into the Treasury of the United States, under an act of Congress * to grant certain relinquished as a moiety of the forfeiture decreed against the schooner and unappropriated lands to the State of Alabama, for the Volant: and that the same be paid out of any money in purpose of improving the navigation of the Tennessee
, the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated. Cabawba, and Black Warrior rivers," approved the Approved, April 24, 1830. twenty-third day of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, be, and the same is bereby, extended AN ACT for the re-appropriation of certain unexpended to the first day of December next.
balances of former appropriations. Approved: April 24, 1830.
Be it enacted, &c. That the following sums, being un
expended balances of former appropriations for sundry AN ACT for the relief of the widows and orphans of the objects of the service of the War Department, and in rela
Officers, Seamen, and Marines, of the sloop of war tion to Indian Affairs,' which remained in the Treasury on Horuet
the last day of the year one thousand eight hundred and Be it enacted, &c. That the widows, if any such there twenty-nine, and are now subject to the provisions of the be, and in case there be no widow, the child or children; law directing such balances to be carried to the account and, if there be no child, then the parent or parents ; of the surplus fund, be, and the same are hereby re-apand if there be no parent, then the brothers and sisters propriated to the several objects, respectively, of their of the officers, seamen, and marines, who were in the original appropriation. service of the United States, and lost in the United States' For the materials for å fort on the right bank of the sloop of war Hornet, shall be entitled to, and receive, out Mississippi, one hundred and ninety-two dollars. of any money in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, For the Georgia militia claims for one thousand seven A sum equal to six montbs pay of their respective de- hundred and ninety-two, one thousand seven hundred ceased relatives, aforesaid, in addition to the pay due to and ninety-three, and one thousand seven hundred and the said deceased, on the tenth day of September last, up ninety-four, appropriated by act of March 2d, one thouto which day the arrears of pay due the deceased, shall sand eight hundred and twenty-seven, forty-one thousand be allowed and paid by the accounting officers of the Navy and five dollars and forty-four cents. Department.
For the expenses.of the militia of Georgia and Florida, Approved : April 24, 1880.
for the suppression of Indian aggressions on their frontiers,
by act of March second, one thousand eight hundred and AN ACT for the relief of the President, Directors, and twenty-seven, five thousand dollars. Company of the Bank of Chillicothe.
For the remaining purchase money of a house and lot at Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury Eastport, in Maine, five dollars and thirty two-cents. pay, out of any money in the Treasury, not otherwise For the removing obstructions in the Saugatuck river, appropriated, to the President, Directors, and Company, twenty-eight dollars. of the Bank of Chillicothe, the sum of two thousand three For the building of piers at the entrance of La Plaihundred and sixty-two dollars eighty-five cents, the in-sance bay, eighty-nine dollars and eleven cents. terest on certain bills, drawn on the Paymaster General, For the road from Fort Towson to Fort Smith, three conformable to a contract, and on the Secretary of War, hundred and ninety dollars and eighty-five cents. which were duly accepted, and protested for non-pay- For the road from Pensacola to St. Augustine, five ment; and for advances made on the requisition of the thousand three hundred and sixty-nine dollars and seventyCommanding General of the eigth military district, for two cents. money to pay the troops under his command, on their For the road, called the King's road in Florida, two march to the frontier,
thousand dollars. Approved: April 24, 1880.
For carrying into effect a treaty with the Choctaw lo
dians, dated eleventh of October, one thousand eight hunAN ACT for the benefit of Daniel McDuff. dred and twenty, the balance of the sum appropriated by Be it enacted, &c. That Daniel McDuff be, and he is the act of March third, one thousand eight bundred and hereby authorized to locate his warrant for military bounty twenty-one, re-appropriated by the act of May twenty: land, in the county of Jackson, and State of Alabama, so six, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, and as to include his improvement in Ashburn's cove, by legal again by an act of March the second, one thousand eight subdivisions, in adjoining tracts, not to exceed in the bundred and twenty-seven, being twenty-one thousand whole three hundred and twenty acres, or half a section. seven hundred and thirty-seven dollars.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That it shall be law- For carrying into effect the treaty with the Cherokee ful for the said Daniel McDuff, upon surrendering to the Indians, and extinguishing their claim to lands within the Register of the Land Office, at Huntsville, bis said war- State of North Carolina, two thousand four buodred and rant for military bounty land, paying one dollar and fifty-nine dollars nineteen cents. twenty-five cents an acre, for the excess over and above For defraying the expenses of treating with the Choothree hundred acres of land, expressed in said warrant, taw and Chickasaw Indians, for extinguishing their title and making proof before said Register of the quarter sec- to lands within the limits of the State of Mississippi, one tion in which said improvement lies, to enter one half thousand two hundred and fifty-three dollars seventy nine section of land as aforesaid; and thereupon it shall be the cents. duty of said Register to issue to said Daviel McDuff a fipal For purchasing certain tracts of land within the State of certificate of purchase; and to forward the same, together. Georgia, reserved by treaties, in fee to the Creeks, and