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Go to the Cherokee Indians, the balance of the appropriation other cases : Provided, however, That if in the interme1 of fifty thousand dollars, made for those objects by an act diate time between the purchase and presentation of the

of March the third, one thousand eight hundred and said receipt, any of the said lands shall have been paid twenty-three, being nine thousand one huudred and eigh- for and entered by any other persons, ignorant of the forty-three dollars.

mer purchase, the said Register shall not enter the same For gratuitous pay for disbanded officers and soldiers, lands, but may permit the party to enter other landa in including travelling allowances for the same, five hundred lieu thereof, of equal quality, within the same district, 1 and forty dollars and ten cents, being the unexpended ba- which may be subject to entry, and shall give him, her,

lance of appropriations for those objects carried to the or them, a certificate therefor, upon wbich a patent sball 1 surplus fund on the last day of the year one thousand eight issue as in other cases. i hundred and twenty-six..

Approved : May 6, 1830. For the purpose hereinafter stated, to wit: the sum of eight thousand dollars, appropriated for the erection of a AN ACT to authorize the appointment of a Marshal for Custom and Warehouse at Mobile, by act of May twenty. the Northern District of the State of Alabama. fourth, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, be, Be it enacted, &c. That a Marshal shall be appointed

and the same is hereby re-appropriated, and an additional for the Northern District of the State of Alabama, whose 4 appropriation of eight thousand dollars to complete the duties shall be the same, in every respect, within said

same on an enlarged plan, be, and the same is bereby District, as those required by law to be performa ed by the made, to be paid out of any unappropriated money in the present Marsbal. Treasury.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That when a Mar Approved, April 30, 1830.

shal shall be appointed for said Northern District, he

shall be entitled to a salary of two hundred dollars per A RESOLUTION authorizing the transmission of papers, anpum, besides the fees of office fixed by law, and the by mail, relating to the fifth census.

salary of the present Marshal be two hundred. dollars Resolved, &c. That so much of the thirteenth sec- per annum, instead of the sum heretofore allowed. The tion of the act of the third of March, one thousand eight sum allowed, by law, to the Marshal of Alabama, for tak. hundred and twenty-five, as restricts the weight of packa- ing the fifth census, shall be divided between the Marshals gea by mail, shall not apply to the transmission of papers of South and North Alabama, according to the number of relating to the fifth census, or enumeration of the inhabi- souls enumerated in each district; and so soon as the Mar. tants of the United States.

shal for the Northern District shall be appointed under this Approved, April 30, 1830.

act, the duties of the present Marsbal shall cease and de

termine in said district. An AOT for the relief of Charles Wilkes, Jun. Approved: May 6, 1830. Be it enacted, &c. That the proper accounting officer of the Treasury allow to Charles Wilkes, Junior, a Liey. AN ACT to amend an act, entitled “An act for the benefit tenant in the Naval Service of the United States, and to of the incorporated Kentucky Asylum for teaching the any other person or persons with whom he may have Deaf and Dumb," and to extend the time for selling the contracted for the saine, all such sums of money, as land granted by said act. he shall have paid, or, in thy case of such other person Be it enacted, &c. That the further time of five years, or persons, be shall have contracted to pay them, for from and after the fifth of April, one thousand eight hun. such astronomical and mathematical instruments, as, by dred and thirty-one, be, and the same is hereby, allowed the letter of the Secretary of the Navy to him, dated the the Trustees of the Centre College of Kentucky, who are eighteenth day of November, one thousand eight. hun- also Trustees of the Kentucky Asylum for teaching the dred and twenty-eight, he was direct to procure for Deaf and Dumb, to sell the land granted to said Trustees the exploring expedition to the Pacific Ocean and South for the use and benefit of said Asylum, by an act, entiSeas, on said accounting officer being furnished with sa- tled " An act, for the benefit of the incorporated Kentuctisfactory evidence that the respective articles are of the ky Asylum for teaching the Deaf and Dumb,” passed on value and quality specified in the contract therefor, and the fifth of April, one thousand eight hundred and twentyhave been delivered to such person or persons as the six; and all sales under the provisions of this act, by the Secretary of the Navy shall have directed: Provided, Trustees aforesaid, or their successors in office, for the The amount to be allowed and paid for the said instru- use of said Asylum, shall be good and valid to pass the menta, exclusive of the sums already paid by the Navy title, any thing in any former law to the contrary note Department and Navy Agent at New York, shall not ex. withstanding. ceed the sum of three thousand three hundred dollars ; Approved : May 6, 1880. which sum is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated.

AN ACT to change the time of holding the Court of the Approved: May 5, 1830.

United States for the District of Mississippi, and the

Circuit Court of the United States in the District of AN ACT to authorize the Registers of the several Land Ohio.

Offices in Louisiana, to receive entries of lands in cer- Be it enacted, &c. That, instead of the times now pretain cases, and give to the purchasers thereof certificates scribed by law for holding the Court of the United States for the same.

for the District of Mississippi, the said Court shall comBe it enacted, &c. That, in all cases where persons have mence its sessions ou the fourth Monday in January, and purchased lands of the United States within the State of the fourth Monday in Jụne, in each and every year. Louisiana, and have paid in full therefor, and who have Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all process failed or omitted to enter the same, the Register of the which may have issued from said Court, at the passage of Land Office of the district in which the land was purchas- this act, and which may issue previous to the fourth MonAd shall, on presentation of the original receipt of the day of June next, shall, by virtue of this act, be returnaReceiver of said district by the original purchaser or pur- ble before the said Court on that day; and all causes chasers of land, his, her, or their heirs, cause an entry pending in the said Court, and which may have been thereof to be made, and give to bim, her, or them, a cer- continued by order thereof, to the term heretofore ditificate for the same, specifying the time when the land rected to be held on the first Monday in October next, was purchased, upon wbich a patent shall be issued as io lsball, by virtue of this act, stand continued to, and be

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triable at the term hereby directed to be beld on the fourth survey, on which ady ladds are claimed, under any de Monday in June pext.

cree of the said Court, was in fact, made or issued by or Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the Circuit Court under the authority of the person or persons purportiog to of the United States, within and for the District of Ohio, have made or issued the same, or unless the said warrant, instead of the time now fixed by law, shall hereafter be concession, grant, or order of survey, shall have been de held on the second Monday of July, and the third Monday termined by the said Court, on the hearing of a bill of reof December, in each year; and the District Court of the view to be genuine. United States, în and for said District, shall bereafter Seo. 4. And be it further enacted, That no entry, survey be held on the Mondays pext succeeding the times here- or patent, shall, at any time hereafter, be made or issued in fixed for holding the Circuit Court. And the Circuit under the said aet, except in the name of the original Court for the District of West Tennessee, shall here- party to any such decree, and on proof to the satisfaction after be held on the first Monday in September in each of the officers respectively, that the party applying is such year, instead of the time now fixed by law. And all origiual party, or is duly authorized by such original party, suits and matters of every kind returnable to, or pro- or his heirs, to make, receive, or require such entry, patent, ceeding in, either of said Courts, shall be held to be re- or survey. turnable, and continued, to the terms of said Courts herein Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That, in all cases in provided for

which the said Court shall

, by decree or adjudication, obApproved : May 5, 1830.

der this act, review and annul any prior decree or adjudi

cation therein, any lapds which may have been heretofore AN ACT for further extending the powers of the Judges entered, under any such prior decree or adjudication, sball

, of the Superior Court of the Territory of Arkansas, uD- thereafter, be subject to sale or entry as other public lands der the act of the twenty-sixth day of May, one thou- of the United States may be. sand eight bundred and twenty-four, and for other pur- Seo. 6. And be it further enacted, That the President of poses.

the United States is hereby authorized to employ, on Be it enacted, &o. That the act approved on the bebalf of the United States, such council on their part in twenty-sixth day of May, one thousand eight bundred tho Territory of Arkansas, or elsewhere, to be associated and twenty-four, entitled "An act to enable claimants to for that purpose with the District Attorney of the same lands within the limits of the State of Missouri and Terri Territory, as be may deem the interests of the United tory of Arkansas, to institute proceedings to try the vali- States may require, in the prosecution of such bills of re dity of their claims," shall be, and hereby is, continued view before the said Court. in force, so far as the said act relates to the claims within Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That, in all cases, the the Territory of Arkansas, until the first day of July, one party against whom the judgment or decree of the said thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, for the purpose Court may be finally given, shall be entitled to an appeal of enabling the Court in Arkansas, having cognizance of within one year from the time of its reddition, to the claims'under the said act, to proceed by bills of review, Supreme Court of the United States, which Court shall filed, or to be filed, in the said Court, on the part of the have power to review the decision of the Court below, United States, for the purpose of revising all or any the both on the law and the facts; and the Court in Arkansas decrees of the said Court, in cases wherein it shall ap- be, and the same is hereby, required to spread upon the pear to the said Court, or be alleged in such bills of re-record the whole testimony, together with the reasons for view, that the jurisdiction of the same was assumed, in their decision in each case, and to transmit to the Supreme any case, on any forged warrant, concession, grant, or. Court of the United States the same, together with the der of survey, or other evidence of title ; and, in every original warrant, concession, grant, order of survey, or ease wherein it shall appear to the said Court, on the pro- other evidence of title. secution of any such bill of review, that such warfant, Sec. 8. And be it further enacted. That each of the concession, grant, order of survey, or other evidence of ti- Judges of the Superior Court of the Territory of Arkansas, tle, is a forgery, it shall be lawful, and the said Court is shall, while in the discharge of their duties imposed by hereby authorized to proceed, by further order and decree, this act, be allowed at the rate of eight hundred dollars to reverse and apnul aby prior decree or adjudication upon per annum, in addition to their salary as Judges of the such claim; and thereupon, such prior decree or adjudi- Superior Court for the Territory of Arkansas, wbich shall eation shall be deemed, and held in all places whatever, be in full for their services, to be paid out of any money in to be pull and void to all intents and purposes. And the the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. said Court shall proceed on such bills of review, by such Approved, May 8, 1830. rules of practice and regulation as they may adopt, for the execution of the powers rested or confirmed in them by this act.

AN ACT supplementary to the act, entitled "An act to Seo. 2. And be it further enacted, That no entries of land

authorize the citizens of the Territories of Arkansas in any of the land offices in Arkansas, under any of the

and Florida to elect their officers, and for other purprovisions of the said act, shall be made, until the further

poses." direction of Congress.

Be it enacted, &c. That in case any vacancy bas occurSec. 3. And be it further enacted, That Do patent shall red, or shall occur in any office to which any person has be issued for lands under any decree of the said Court, been, or shall be elected by the citizens of Arkansas, under in any case in which the original warrant, concession, the provisions of the act to which this is a supplement, grants or order of survey, has been withdrawn from the either by a refusal to accept the same, or by death, resigfiles of the said Court, unless the person or persons claim-pation, or otherwise, the Governor of the said Territory is ing auch patent shall first produce and deposite, in the bereby authorized and required to supply such vacancy, Office of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, until the next general election: And in case any vacancy the original warrant, concession, grant, or order of sur sball occur, in the offices of Justice of the Peace, Auditor, vey, on which such decree was founded, and on which or Treasury for the said Territory, either by a refusal to the said Court took jurisdiction under the said act; and accept the same, or by death, resignation, or otherwise, no patent shall be issued until the further order of Con- the Governor thereof hereby authorized and required gress, in any case, under the said aot, until it shall satis- to supply such vacancy until the next meeting of the factorily appear to the Commissioner of the General Land Legislature. Office that the warrant, concession, grant, or order oft Approved, May 8, 1830.

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AN ACT to authorize the re-conveyance of a Lot of contemplated by this act to be done, under the superin

Land to the Mayor and Corporation of the City of New tendence and authority of the Corporation of Georgetown, York.

is properly and sufficiently well done, and is entirely safe Whereas, the Mayor and Corporation of the City of New for the passing of wagons, then, and not before, shall the

York, on the sixth of May, one thousand eight hundred appropriation berein be paid, or so much of the same as and eight, did convey to the United States, a lot of shall be sufficient to meet the expenses of making said land at the foot of Hubert-street, in the City of New draw. York, called the North Battery, “ so long as the same Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That said Corporashould be used and applied to the defence and safety of tion of Georgetown shall not interrupt the passage across the port of New York, and no longer.”

said bridge for a longer period than sixty days, under the Be it, therefore, enacted, &o. That, whenever the Presi. penalty of paying to the Bridge Company an amount dent of the United States shall determine that the said lot equal to ten dollars, for each and every day over sixty is no longer useful for the purpose aforesaid, he be, and he days, that the passing of said bridge may be interrupted. hereby is authorized, to cause the same to be reconveyed Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That if said Company to the Mayor and Corporation of New York, the works shall refuse to the Corporation of Georgetown the right thereon to be dismantled, and the materials thereof to be to execute the provisions of this act, then the rights and disposed of, in sueh manner as, in bis judgment, the public provisions in favor of said Company, secured by the seinterest may require.

cond section of this act, shall be null and void, and of no Approved, May 10, 1830.

effect.

Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That if the said ComAN ACT for the relief of the legal representatives of pany shall refuse to permit the alteration in the draw Richard Eppes.

herein provided for, and shall, within thirty days after the Be it enacted, &c That the Secretary of the Treasury passage of this act, notify the Corporation of Georgetown pay to the legal representatives of Richard Eppes, out of of such refusal, then this act, and every thing therein conany money in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, tained, shall cease to bave effect. the sum of two hundred and ninety-four dollars and twed- Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That the Corporation ty-five cents, for that amount paid by him into the Trea- of Washington, in said District of Columbia, be authorized sury, on account of clothing, which was delivered to the to form a draw in said bridge, over the Eastern channel fourth regiment of Virginia militia, by the Quartermaster of said river, thirty-five feet wide; for which purpose the General of the State of Virginia, and improperly debited sum of two thousand dollars is hereby appropriated, and in the account of said Eppes.

is to be applied in the same manner by the Corporation of Approved, May 10, 1830.

Washington, to the construction of the said last mentioned

draw, as the appropriation in the first section of this act is AN ACT for the relief of James Abbott. to be made and applied by the Corporation of Georgetown, Be it enacted, dc. That the Secretary of the Treasury to the construction of the first mentioned draw; and furpay to James Abbott, out of any money in the Treasury ther, that all the provisions of this act, relating to the first not otherwise appropriated, the sum of seventy dollars, for mentioned draw and the Corporation of Georgetown, shall his fences, necessarily taken by the soldiers of the United apply to the draw last mentioned and the Corporation of States stationed at Detroit, and burnt for fuel, in the Washington. winter of eighteen hundred and thirteen.

Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That nothing conApproved, May 10, 1830.

tained in this act shall be considered as giving a construc

tion to so much of the tenth and eleventh sections of the AN ACT to alter the Bridge and Draw across the Poto- original charter of said Bridge Company, as relates to the

mac, from Washington Cily to Alexandria. construction of draws in said bridge. Be it enacted, &c. That the Corporation of George. Approved, May 14, 1830. town, in the District of Columbia, be, and they are hereby authorized, within six months from the passing of this AN ACT to alter the time of bolding the sessions of the act, to form a draw in the bridge leading from Washing

Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida. ton City to Alexandria, across the Potomac river, not less than sixty-six feet in length, nor less thao twelve feet

Be it enacted, &c. That the Legislative Council of the wide ; and for defraying the expense of making said draw, Territory of Florida shall commence its session on the the sum of six thousand dollars be, and the same is bereby first Monday in January in each year, instead of the secund appropriated, out of any unappropriated money in the Monday in October, as now directed by law. Treasury.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That the first and Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Washington hension of criminals and the punishment of crimes and

third sections of an act “to amend an act for the appre. Bridge Company shall hereafter be required to keep eight reflecting lampe, to be lighted during the night, of which misdemeanors," passed by said Legislative Council the four shall be at the principal draw, two at the smaller fifteenth day of November, eighteen hundred and twenty. draw, and one at each end of the bridge ; and in repairing vine, be, and the same are hereby annulled. said bridge, the Company may, and are hereby permitted

Approved, May 14, 1830. to reduce the width of the bridge to twenty-four feet, leaving four feet on one side of said bridge for foot AN ACT for the relief of sundry Revolutionary and other passengers, which shall, by a strong and sufficient railing,

Officers and Soldiers, and for other purposes. be separated from the carriage way.

Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of War be, and he Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That, in making said is bereby, authorized and required to place the names of draw, the opposite side of the warps, above and below the John L. Polleresky, a major, Samuel Snow and David bridge, sball be eurved off in a circular form; and the side Mead Randolph, captains, Sylvanus Wood, Samuel Geof the spaces covered by said draw, shall be sufficiently rock, William Holgate, and Nathaniel Elliott, lieutenants, and strongly planked up on each side; and said Bridge and George Wunder, an ensign, in the Revolutionary war, Company sball remove from the passage through it, all on the list of Revolutionary pensioners, and to pay them obstructions to safe navigation.

each at the rate of twenty dollars a month, commencing See. 4. And be it further enacted, That so soon as the on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred Secretary of War shall be fully satisfied that the work and tweuty-eight

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Laws of the United States. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary Tandebeste, a Seneca warrior of the late war, Thomas of War be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to Flemming, Cornelius Huson, Stephen Twist, William place the names of Samuel Hoadly, late a major, Robert Turney, James Riley, Adrian Peters, on the list of invalid Kane, an adjutant in a corps of volunteers, Zachariah s. pensioners, and to pay them at the rate of eight dollars per Conger, John Downer, Stephen Shea, and Michael Fish- month each, commencing respectively on the first day of el, lieutenants, and Henry. Starring, jr, an ensign in the January, eighteen bundred and twenty-eight. late war, on the list of invalid pensioners; and to pay Seo. 6. And be it further enacted, That

the Secretary of them as follows, to wit: to Samuel Hoadly, twelve dol- War be, and he is hereby authorized and required to place lars a month; to Robert Kane, eight dollars a month : to the names of the following persons upon the invalid pes, Zachariah S. Conger, fourteen dollars a month; to John sion list, at the following rates, to wit: Silas Peese and Downer, fifteen dollars a month; to Stephen Shea, twen- Peter Shite at the rate of eight dollars a month each; ty dollars a month; to Michael Fisbel, seventeen dollars Joshua Bill, Henry Barton, Robert Mophet, James D. Ria month; and to Henry Starring, jr., ten dollars a month, chardson, and Daniel Depuy, at the rate of five dollar: commencing on the first day of January, one thousand thirty-three and one-third cents each; Benjamin Gates, at eight hundred and twenty-eight.

the rate of six dollars ; William Gamage, Isaac Plumer, Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary Thomas Gilbert, Jonathan Edwards, Asa Pratt, Elisha of War be, and he is hereby, required to place the names Douglass, Jobn Pearle, William Clark, Jonathan Hoyt, and of the following persons upon the list of Revolutionary Henry Johnson, an Indian warrior of the Six Nations, at pensioners, viz: Samuel French; William Lawrence, Asa the rate of four dollars a month each, commencing respee, Wilkins, Stephen Fuller, Stepben Wilcox, Elijah John- tively on the first day of January, eighteen bundred and ston, Samuel Sykes, Josiah Morge, Abiel Brown, John twenty-eight. Lemnon, Andrew Bacon, Joseph Raynesford, Benjamin Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary Mott, Joseph Boss, Levi Hutchins, John Perry, second, of War be, and he is hereby, directed to pay to Ano LitJames Johoson, James Robinson, Chamberlain Hudson, tle, administratrix of the estate of William Little, deceasPhilemon Tiffany, Lemuel Pardee, Joseph Wilson, Isaac ed, the amount of pension of said William Little, for ope Smally, William Cole, Hartman Lower, Jobu Reizer, year, vine months and twenty-nine days. Daniel Hiods, Joseph B. Jennison, Henry Romer, David Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, that the Secretary Carswell, Joseph Barlow, Hamblin Cole, John Powell

, of War be, and he is hereby required, to place the name Christopher Cary, William Scott, of Connecticut, Joseph of Rachael Turner, widow of Peter Turner, a soldier of Chaplin, John Putney, John Stout, Philip Nagle, Frede- the late war, on the list of balf-pay pensioners, and pay rich Stull, James Porter, Absalom Baker, Richard Nagle, to her at the rate of four dollars a month, for the term of Robert Ditcher, Ezekiel Knowles, Caleb Wiseman, Tho- five years, to commence on the first day of January, one mas Putney, Anselm Bailey, William Scott, of Smithfield, thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight. Bradford county, Pennsylvania, Micajah Mayfield, Tris- Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of tram Dagget, Edward Curran, George Giller, Samuel War be, and be is hereby, required to place the name of Fox, Joseph Neilson, Eli Sugart, Timothy Benedict

, Asa Andrew Herrick, a soldier of the Revolution, and Dow a Quiry, Seth Higley, William Higginbotham, Lemuel Witb- lunatic, upon the list of Revolutionary pensioners, and pay ington, William Harris, Amos Ingrabam, Benjamin Jones, to such persons as shall be appointed and properly authoThomas Salsbury, John Israel, Elias Porter, Frederick rized, for the time being, to take charge of his person and Sheckler, Reuben Ricker, Anthony Sluthour, Reuben estate, at the rate of eight dollars per month, to commence Carter, Joseph Smith, John Hudson, Nathaniel Fuller, on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred Henry Doll, Amos Andrews, Valentine Stickell, Joel and twenty-eight. Riggins, William Vickroy, Joseph Randall

, John McMur. SEC. 10. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary try, James Long, William Rockwell, Stephen Bennet, of War be, and be is hereby, directed to place the name of Josiah Mott, Simon Fobes, Thomas Bloomfield, Obed Thomas Scott, alias Knox, a soldier of the late war, and Cusbman, Nathan Lockwood, Dennis Jones, Robert Mil- now a lunatic, upon the list of invalid pensioners of the ton, James Needs, Christopher Ward, Eliakim Clap, Wil- United States, and to pay to such person or persons as may liam Pew, Revolutionary soldiers, Jobp McClain, a sailor, be appointed and properly authorized to take charge of and Christopher Sype, a musician, and restore to the the person and estate of said Thomas Scott, alias Knox, at same list the names of Archibald Jackson, Roger Merrill, the rate of eight dollars per month, to commence on the David Colson, Samuel Payeon, Zadock Morrie, Jacob first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and Cramer, James Davidson, George Lucas, Jacob Rading twenty-eight; which said pension shall contioue so long as ton, Ebenezer Beeman, Charles Sterns, Zacheus Rich, the said Secretary shall be satisfied of the continuance of Francis Newtod, Joshua Spears, Zephaniah Ross, Leonard the disability aforesaid. Corl, and Moses Weld; and to pay them each at the rate Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of eight dollars a month, commencing on the first day of of War be, and he is bereby, directed to pay to the minor January, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight.

children of Collins Hurlbut, a soldier of the late war, their Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary guardians, or such other person as may be lawfully authoof War be, and he is hereby, authorized, and required rized to receive the same for the use of said children, the to ļpay, instead of their present pensions, to Humphrey sum of four dollars per month, for the term of five years, Becket, Levi Hathway, and Jacob Zimmerman, Revolu- to commence on the first day of January, one thousand tionary soldiers, the sum of eight dollars a month to the eight bundred and twenty-eight. two former, four dollars to the latter, and eight dollars Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary a month to Minney Rybeason, and George Doogan, sol- of War be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to diers of the late war, to commence respectively on the place upon the pension roll the name of James Royal, of first day of January, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight. Tennessee, at the rate of eight dollars per month, to be

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary paid at the same time, and in the same manner, as pensions of War be, and he is hereby authorized and required to are usually paid, to conimence on the first day of January, place the names of James McFarlane, Henry Houser, one thousand eight bundred and twenty-nine. James Ferrel, Esau: Ritchey, George W. Morrison, Ro- Seo. 13. And be it further enacted, That the pensions bert Gumbleton, Robert Currey, William Ferguson, Levi aforesaid shall be paid out of any moneys in the Treasury, M. Roberts, William M. Fowler, Ebenezer Lord, Joseph not otherwise appropriated, in the same manner that other Booth, John Carlton, second, soldiers of the late war, i pensions are now payable.

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Sec. 14. And be it further enacted, That in all cases and other Green Teas, twelve cents per pound ; Souchong, i of the death of any of the pensioners named in this act, and other Black Teas, except Bohea, ten cents per pound I leaving a widow, such widow shall be entitled to receive and Bobea four cents per pound; and on Teas imported

the arrears of pensions due at the decease of her husband, from any other place, or in vessels other than those of the under such rules and regulations as the Secretary of War United States, the following rates, to wit: Imperial, Gunmay prescribe.

powder, and Gomee, thirty-seven cents ; Hyeon and Young Approved : May 20, 1830.

Hyson, twenty-seven cents; Hyson Skin and other Green

Teas, twenty cents : Soucbong, and other Black Teas, AN ACT to establish a port of delivery at Delaware City. except Bobea, eighteen cents; and Bohea, six cents per

Be it enacted, &c. That Delaware City, in the District of pound.
Philadelphia, sball be a port of delivery; and a Surveyor Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That Tea, Cocoa, and
shall be appointed, who shall reside at said City. Coffee, which have been, or which sball be hereafter put
Approved : May 20, 1830.

into the Custom House stores, under the bond of the im

porter, and which sball remain under the control of the AN ACT making appropriations to carry into effect the proper officer of the customs, on the thirty-first of DecemTreaty of Butte des Mortes.

ber, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, and the thirtyBe it enacted, &c. That the following sums be, and they first day of December, one thousand eight bundred and are hereby appropriated, to be paid out of any unappro- thirty-one respectively, shall be subject to no higher duty priated money in the Treasury, to carry into effect a than if the same were imported, respectively, after the treaty with the Chippewa, Menomonie, and Winnebago In: said thirty-first day of December, one thousand eight bundiads, ratified the twenty-third February, one thousand dred and thirty, and the thirty-first day of December, one eight bundred and twenty-nine, viz.

thousand eight hundred and thirty-one: Provided, That For the expense of distributing goods among the In- nothing hereiu contained shall be construed to alter or dians at said treaty, as stipulated in the fourth article, fif- postpone the time when the duty on the said Tea, Cocoa, teen thousand six hundred and eighty-two dollars. and Coffee shall be payable.

For purposes of education, as provided by the fifth ar- Approved, May 20, 1830. ticle, for three years, three thousand dollars.

For compensation of Commissioners, and other expen- AN ACT for the relief of Jonathan Taylor, and the represes attending the adjustment of boundaries and fother ob- sentatives of James Morrison and Charles Wilking. jects referred to in the first, second, and third articles, five Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury. thousand dollars.

pay, out of any money not otherwise appropriated, to JoApproved: May 20, 1880.

Dathan Taylor, and the representatives of James Morrison

and Charles Wilkins, twelve thousand sixty-one dollars and AN ACT for the relief of the City Council of Charleston, ninety-nine cepts, in the proportion of one-third to each, South Carolina.

for the improvements made by the said Taylor, Morrison, Be it enacted, &c. That the sum of twenty-five thousand and Wilkins, at the salt works, in what is now the State dollars, if so much be necessary, be applied by the Secre- of Illinois, under a lease between the United States tary of the Treasury to the erection, or purchase of a and them, dated on the fifth of February, one thousand United States' Marine Hospital for the sick and disabled eight hundred and ten ; which amount was liquidated beamen, at Charleston, South Carolina ; and, also, to in by the President of the United States, on the second of demnify the City Council of Charleston, for the damages June, one thousand eight hundred and twenty ; and to be which they have sustained, from being obliged to provide discharged by surrendering to said lessees, kettles of a building or buildings for such sick and disabled seamen, that value, at said works, but which the State of Illinois as would have been entitled to relief from the Marine has declined to surrender, claiming to own them by the Hospital Fund, in consequence of the failure of the Trea- cession of said works by the United States to the State of sury Department to furnish the amount of fifteen thou- Illinois. sand dollars, for the erection of a Marine Hospital, accord- Approved, May 20, 1880. ing to the terms of a contract entered into in the year one thousand eight hundred and four, between the then Secre- AN ACT to amend an act, entitled, “ An act to regulate tary of the Treasury, and the said City Council.

the practice in the Courts of the United States, for the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of

District of Louisiana." twenty-five thousand dollars be, and the same is bereby Be it enacted, &c. That the mode of proceeding in appropriated for the foregoing purposes, out of any money drawing and empanneling juries in the Courts of the United in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated.

States for the Louisiana Distriets sball be the same as is Approved, May 20, 1830.

now provided by law in the District Courts of the State

of Louisiana ; and that the Judge of the United States' AN ACT to reduce the duties on Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa. Courts in said District be, and he is hereby authorized, by

Be it enacted, dc. That from and after the thirty-first rule, to adopt any amendment that may hereafter be made day of December, one thousand eight bundred and thir. to the laws of the said State, prescribing the qualification ty, the duty on Coffee shall be two cents per pound, and of jurors, and providing for drawing and empanneling from and after the thirty-first day of December, one thou- juries. sand eight hundred and thirty-one, the duty on Coffee Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all the duties shall be one cent per pound, and no more ; and from and prescribed by the laws of the State of Louisiana, to be after the thirty-first day of December, one thousand eight performed by the Sheriff, in relation to the drawing and hundred and thirty, the duty on Cocoa sball be one cent eummoning of jurors, shall be performed by the marshals

, per pound, and no more. And that, from and after the and those so prescribed for the Parish Judge, or the Disthirty-first December, one thousand eight hundred and trict Judge of the State, shall be performed by the Disthirty-one, the following rates of duty od ano other, shall trict Judge of the United States. And that the duties so be levied and collected on Teas imported from China, or prescribed by the said State laws, imposed on any other other place East of the Cape of Good Hope, and in vessels State officer, shall be performed by such householders as of the United States, to wit: Imperial Gunpowder, shall be designated by the said "Judge of the District and Gomee, twentyfive cents per pound; Hyson and Court of the United States. Young Hyson, eighteen cents per pound ; Hyson Skin Approved, May 20, 1830.

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