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State of New York.--Four thousand dollars for a light structions at the mouth of the same, and to make an estihouse in Hudson river, at Four Miles point, on the west male of the cost. side of the river, and four miles north of the city of Hud One hundred and fifty dollars for examining the piers son, or at some other site in the vicinity.
erected at Sandy bay, to report the condition of the same, Five thousand dollars for a light house on or near one of and what works are necessary to make a good and safe the islands called the Brothers, at the Narrows in Long harbor at that place, together with an estimate of the cost. Island Sound ; and
Thirty thousand dollars for removing the bar at the Five hundred dollars for eight buoys to be placed at mouth of the harbor of Nantucket. proper sites between the city of Albany and a point oppo Two thousand five hundred dollars for extending the site Red Hook.
pier on which the light house is built, at the entrance of State of New Jersey.— Two hundred dollars for placing Edgartown harbor to the shore ; and buoys at proper sites at New Inlet, or its vicinity, in the One hundred and fifty dollars to survey the harbor at district of Little Egg harbor.
Bass river, between Yarmouth and Dennis, to ascertain the State of Pennsylvania.-Seven hundred and sixty-seven practicability and experise of improving the said harbor. dollars for placing four buoys in the channel to the east State of Connecticut.-Six thousand and ninety-seven ward of the Pea Patch.
dollars for improving the navigation of Mill river, by reState of Delaware --Five thousand dollars for a light moving obstructions in the said river, and constructing such house on a proper site, on or near the northern extremity works as will prevent the sand from filling up the channel of Bombay Hook island, in the Delaware bay.
of the same. State of Virginia.-Five thousand dollars for a light One hundred and fifty dollars for making a survey of the house or beacon light, at a point of land at or near Back river Thames, with a view to improve the navigation of the river point on the Chesapeake bay.
same, and the cost of such improvements. State of South Carolina.-Six hundred dollars for the One hundred and thirty dollars for making a survey of erection of a beacon near the Charleston light house, in the harbor of Westbrook, near the mouth of Connecticut order to mark the entrance into the channel commonly river, with a view to the improvement of the said harbor, known as Lawford's channel ; and three hundred dollars for and for ascertaining the cost of such improvement. placing three buoys on proper sites on the Georgetown bar. Eighty dollars for making a survey of the harbor of Nor
State of Georgia.-One thousand dollars for placing a walk, with a view to its improvement. buoy on the outer edge of the shoal called Martin's Indus One hundred dollars for making a survey of the harbor try, at the entrance of Port Royal sound, or such other place of Stamford, with a view to its improvement. as shall be designated.
One hundred and fifty dollars to place a buoy on a rock State of Ohio.—Three hundred and sixty dollars for six in Long Island Sound, opposite Lloyd's Neck. buoys to be placed on proper sites on the middle ground or State of New York.-One hundred and fifty dollars for bar at the entrance of Sandusky bay.
surveying the bar at the mouth of Sagg Harbor, to ascerEight thousand dollars to build a light house at Cleave- tain the best method of preventing the harbor being filled land, on lake Erie.
up with sand, and the cost of the same. Territory of Michigan. Instead of building the light Thirty thousand dollars for extending the pier of Black house at Otter creek point, as directed by an act of the first Rock harbor, at the outlet of Lake Erie, to a point opposite session of the twentieth Congress, the sum of five thousand Bird's island. dollars, therein appropriated, is hereby directed to be ap For removing obstructions at the entrance of the harbor plied to build one at some other point or place, to be des- at Big Sodus bay, on Lake Ontario, twelve thousand five ignated, in that vicinity.
hundred dollars. Eight thousand dollars for a light house at a suitable For the improvement of the navigation of the Gennesplace near Fort Gratiot, at the entrance of Lake Huron. see river, in the State of New York, ten thousand dollars.
Territory of Florida.-Seven thousand five hundred dol State of New Jersey.--One hundred dollars for surveylars, in addition to the sum heretofore appropriated, for ing Flatbeach, alias Tacker's island, situated between building a light house at the mouth of St. John's river; and Old and New Inlet, with a view to preserve the anchor
Eight thousand dollars, in addition to the sum heretofore age of the port, and to report an estimate of the cost of appropriated, for building a light house near St. Mark's such improvements as may be necessary to effect those harbor.
objects. State of Mississippi.--Five thousand dollars for a light State of Pennsylvania.-Five Thousand dollars for rehouse at or near the Pass Christian.
pairing the piers at Marcus Hook ; for filling up the sluice Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sums of between the said piers, and improving the harbor of Marmoney appropriated by this section be, and the same are cus Hook, by the removal of obstructions. hereby, direcied to be paid out of any money in the treasury State of Virginia.--Eighty dollars for making a survey not otherwise appropriated, and placed at the disposition of Deep creek, or branch of the South branch of Elizabeth of the President of the United States, for the following river, for the purpose of improving the navigation of the specified purposes or objects, to wit:
same, and an estimate of the cost. State of Maine.-Five thousand dollars for repairing the State of North Carolina.--Eighty dollars for making a pier on the eastern side of the channel at the entrance of survey of Pasquotank river, for removing bars or obstrucKennebunk river; and
tions in the same, and an estimate of the cost. Three hundred dollars for surveying the ship channel of Twenty-one thousand dollars, being an additional apPenobscot river, from Whitehead to Bangor, and ascer- propriation, for effecting the removal of the shoals forming taining the cost of improving the navigation of the same, obstructions to navigation near Ocracock Inlet; and and proper sites for spindles and buoys.
Twenty thousand dollars for improving the navigation State of New Hampshire.-Sixty dollars for making a of Cape Fear river, between the town of Wilmington and survey of Cochecho branch of Pisca taqua river, from Dover the mouth of the said river falls to its confluence with the Piscataqua, for the purpose Two hundred and fifty dollars for placing buoys at the of ascertaining the practicability of removing obstructions new channel point, at Gales's Island point, and at the to navigation, and the cost.
lower mouth of Wallace's Channel in Pamlico Sound, State of Massachussetts.--One hundred and eighty dol State of Ohio.-Seven thousand five hundred dollars for lars for surveying North river, between Scituate and improving the navigation of Conneaut creek, by removing Marshfield, to ascertain the expediency of removing ob- the bar at the mouth of the same.
State of Louisiana.-Two hundred dollars for making For completing the military road from the mouth of a survey of the entrance of the river Teche, with a view | Matanawcook river to Mars Lill, in the State of Maine, to improve and shorten the navigation of the same, and an furty-two thousand nine hundred and thirty-two dollars. estimate of the cost of such improvements.
For repairing the military road between Pensacola and Five hundred dollars for making a survey at the passes Tallahassee, three thousand dollars. at the mouth of the Mississippi, with a view to improve For repairing the same road between St. Augustine ments in the navigation, and building light houses and and Tallahassee, three thousand dollars. buoys.
For fuel, transportation, stationery, &c., repairs, and for State of Mississippi.-Five hundred dollars for placing improving buildings, procuring articles for the mathemabuoys at Pass Christian.
tical, drawing, chemical, and mineralogical departments, Five hundred dollars for placing buoys at Pass Ma- and for the library and contingencies for the Military Acarianne.
demy at West Point, twenty-iwo thousand two hundred Two hundred dollars for making a survey of the water and fifty-seven dollars. tract between Lake Pontchartrain and Mobile bay, with a For deficit of the appropriation of one thousand eight view to the erection of light houses and placing of buoys. hundred and twenty-seven, for the expenses of the Board
State of Alabama.- Twenty thousand dollars, the sum of Visiters, one thousand one hundred and sixty-eight required for completing improvements in the harbor of dollars and eleven cents. Mobile.
For expenses of the Board of Visiters in one thousand Territory of Florida.— Three hundred dollars for mak- eight hundred and twenty-nine, one thousand five huning a survey of the harbor of St. Augustine, and the bar dred dollars. at or near the entrance of the same, with a view to re For the contingencies of the army, seven thousand five move the latter, and to render the access to the harbor hundred dollars. safe at all times, and to make an estimate of the cost of For National Armories, two hundred and seventy thouaccomplishing that object ; and
sand dollars. Six thousand five hundred dollars for improving the har For armament for fortifications, seventy-five thousand bor of St. Mark's, by removing obstructions in the same. dollars. Approved : 2d March, 1829.
For the current expenses of the Ordnance service, fifty
thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. AN ACT making an additional appropriations for the mi For Arsenals, ninety-eight thousand dollars.
itary service of the United States, for the year one thou For arrearages between the 1st of July, one thousand sand eight hundred and twenty-nine.
eight hundred and fifteen, and the 1st of January, one Be it enacted, g-c., That the following sums be, and the thousand eight hundred and eighteen, one thousand five same are hereby, respectively appropriated for the military hundred dollars. service of the United States for the year one thousand The following sums, transferred to the surplus fund, on eight hundred and twenty-nine, in addition to the several the thirty-first of December, one thousand eight hundred sums appropriated by the act of the 24th of May, one and twenty-eight, are hereby re-appropriated : thousand eight hundred and twenty eight, to wit :
For the preservation of the point of land forming ProFor pay of the army and subsistence of officers, includ. vincetown harbor, appropriated by act of 20th of May, ing the Military Academy, seven hundred and ninety- one thousand eight hundred and iwenty-six, three thouthree thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars.
sand five hundred dollars. For subsistence, in addition to the unexpended balance For removing obstructions in the harbor of Mobile, apin the treasury on the 31st day of December last, of twen- propriated by act of 20th May, one thousand eight hunty-five thousand dollars, two hundred and eighty-two dred and twenty-six, two thousand eight hundred and sethousand four hundred and fifty-two dollars.
venty-one dollars and twenty-two cents. For forage for officers, thirty thousand and ninety-six For piers at Newcastle, appropriated by act of the twendollars.
tieth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, For clothing for servants of officers of the army, and seventeen thousand eight hundred and ninety-five dollars of the Military Academy, and twenty supernumerary se and ninety-nine cents. cond lieutenants, graduates of the Military Academy, four Creek treaty, appropriated by the act of the twentyteen thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight dollars. second of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty
For the contingent expenses of the recruiting service, six, sixty thousand nine hundred and sixty-five dollars and in addition to the unexpended balance in the treasury on sixty-five cents. the thirty-first day of December last, of three thousand For the purchase of provisions for the Quapaws, by act dollars, twelve thousand and forty-seven dollars.
of the third of March, one thousand eight hundred and For the recruiting service, in addition to the unexpend- twenty-five, two thousand dollars. ed balance in the treasury on the thirty-first of December And for carrying into effect certain Indian treaties, per last, of eleven thousand eight hundred and thirty-iwo dol act of twentieth of May, one thousand eight hundred and lars, seventeen thousand two hundred and sixty-two dollars. twenty-six, eleven thousand three hundred and twenty
For the Purchasing Department, in addition to mate- eight dollars and twenty-five cents. rials on hand, amounting to eighıy thousand dollars, viz: Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That eight hundred For clothing for the army, camp equipage, cooking uten and fifty-six dollars and fitty-five cents be appropriated to sils, and hospital furniture, sixty-two thousand five hun- pay a company of Illinois militia, commanded by Captain dred and sixty-nine dollars.
Achilles Morgan, called into service on the Northwestern For the purchase of woollens during the year one thou- frontier, in one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven ; sand eight hundred and twenty-nine, in advance for the to be settled by the Secretary of War, agreeably to third year one thousand eight hundred and thirty, twenty thou- section of an act making appropriations for the military sand dollars.
service of the United States for the year one thousand For the Medical and Hospital Department, in addition eight hundred and twenty-eight, approved 21st of March, to the probable amount on hand on the thirty-first of De one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight. cember last, of eight thousand dollars, eleven thousand Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the several dollars.
sums hereby appropriated, shall be paid out of any money For the Quartermaster's Department, two hundred and in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. fifty-eight thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars. Approved : 2d March, 1829.
AN ACT authorizing the subscription of stock in the AN ACT for the construction of the Cumberland Road,
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, and in the westwardly of Zanesville.
Be it enacted, fc. That the sum of one hundred thou8c. That the Secretary of the Treasury, be, and the same is hereby appropriated, for the purpose Be it ena
sand dollars, of any money not otherwise appropriated, be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to subscribe, of opening and making the Cumberland Road, westwardin the name and for the use of the United States, for seven ly from Zanesville, in the State of Ohio; which said sum hundred and fifty shares of the capital stock of the Chesa - of one hundred thousand dollars shall be replaced out of peake and Delaware Canal Company; and also, for two hundred shares of the capital stock in the Dismal Swamp the direction of Congress, by the several acts passed for
the fund reserved for laying out and making roads, under Canal Company; and pay for the same, at such times, and the admission of the States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and in such proportions, as may be required by the said com
Missouri, into the Union, on an equal footing with the oripanies respectively; to be paid out of any money in the
ginal States. treasury not otherwise appropriated. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary diate accomplishment of this object, the second and third
SECT. 2. And be it further enacted, That, for the immeof the Treasury shall vote for President and Directors of sections of the act, entitled “ An act for the continuation the said Companies respectively, according to such number of the Cumberland Road,” passed third of March, eighteen of shares, and shall receive upon the said stock the propor- hundred and twenty-five, which authorize the appointment, tion of the tolls which shall, from time to time, be due to prescribe the duties, and fix the compensation, of a Superthe United States for the shares expended.
intendent of said road, shall be in force, and apply to the Approved : 2d March, 1829.
construction of the road authorized by this act. AN ACT making provision for the payment of pensions
Approved : 2d March, 1829. to the widows or children of pensioners, in certain cases, AN ACT for the continuation of the Cumberland Road. and for other purposes.
Be it enacted, g-c. That the road located through the Be it enacted, &c. That, in case of the death of any in- State of Indiana, as declared by the act of Congress, entivalid pensioner, before the certificate of the continuance of tled an Act to authorize the appointment of Commissioners his disability, required by the act, entitled "An act regu lo lay out the road therein mentioned," approved fifteenth lating the payments to invalid pensioners,” passed March May, eighteen hundred and twenty, and the act, entitled third, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, was ob An act for the continuation of the Cumberland Road," tained, it shall be lawful for the Secretary of War, and he approved third of March, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, is hereby directed, to pay to the legal representatives of such the President of the United States shall cause the said road deceased invalid, the arrears of pension due at the time of to be opened eighty feet wide, by cutting off the timber, his death, at the rate at which it was fixed at his last ex- removing it from the road, and digging down the banks amination ; Provided, Such last examination was within preparatory to making a turnpike road, commencing at two years from the time of his death.
Indianapolis, cutting and digging as aforesaid, to be eastSecr. 2. And be it further enacted, That whenever any ern and western boundary of the said State. Revolutionary pensioner shall die, the Secretary of War Sect. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of shall cause to be paid the arrears of pension due to the fifty thousand dollars, of moneys not otherwise appropriatsaid pensioner at the time of his death; and all payments, ed, be, and the same is bereby, appropriated, for the purunder this act, shall be made to the widow of the deceased pose of opening and making the road, as mentioned in the pensioner, or to her attorney, or if he left no widow, or first section of this act, which said sum of fifty thousand she be dead, to the children of the pensioner, or to their dollars shall be replaced out of the fund reserved for laying guardian, or his Attorney ; and if no child or children, then out and making roads, under the direction of Congress, by to the legal representatives of the deceased.
the several acts passed for the admission of the States of Sect. 3. And be it further enacted, That in all cases of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri, into the Union, on an applications for pensions, for wounds received in the Revo- equal footing with the original States. lutionary war, the testimony to establish the facts may be Sect. 3. And be it further enacted, That, for the acauthenticated in the same manner with those who apply complishment of this object, the President shall appoint two for pension for wounds received in the late war with Great fit persons, as the superintendents of said road, whose duty Britain.
it shall be, under the direction of the President, to divide Approved : 2d March, 1829.
the same into sections, of not more than ten miles each ;
to contract for, and personally superintend the opening and AN ACT making appropriations for completing certain making the said road, as before mentioned, as well as to Roads, and for making examination and surveys.
receive, disburse, and faithfully account wit
for all sums of money by them received in virtue of this Be it enacted, g-c. That the following sums be, and the act; that the superintendents, before they enter upon the same are hereby, appropriated, to wit: For continuing the discharge of the duties enjoined by this act, shall execute a road from Detroit to Chicago as far as the boundary line to bond to the United States, with security, to be approved the State of Indiana, eight thousand dollars. For defray- of by the Secretary of the Treasury, conditioned for the ing the expenses incidental to making examinations and faithful discharge of their duties, prescribed by this act; surveys under the act of thirtieth of April, one thousand that they shall hold their office during the pleasure of the eight hundred and twenty-four, thirty thousand dollars. President, and shall receive at the rate of eight hundred For completing the road from Detroit to Saganaw, ten thou- dollars each per annum, for their services, during the time sand dollars. For completing the road from Detroit to they may be employed in the discharge of the duties reFort Gratiot, fifteen thousand dollars. For the completion quired by this act. and improvement of the military road recommended by the Approved : 2nd March. 1829. Quartermaster-General, between Pensacola and Blakeley and Mobile Point, three thousand dollars.
AN ACT making appropriations for the Indian DepartSect. 2. And be it further enacted, That the several ment, for the year one thousand eight hundred and sums, hereby appropriated, shall be paid out of any money twenty-nine. in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.
Be it enucted, gc. That the following sums be, and the Approved : 2d March, 1829.
same are hereby, appropriated, to wit:
For pay of the Superintendent of Indian Affairs at St. Sect. 2. And be it further enacted, That the said SeLouis, and the several Indian Agents, as authorized by cretary of the Treasury shall vote for President and Dilaw, thirty-one thousand dollars.
rectors of said Company, according to such number of For pay of Sub Agents, as allowed by law, fifteen thou- shares, and shall receive upon the said stock, the prosand one hundred dollars.
portion of the tolls which shall, from time to time, be due For presents of Indians, as authorized by the act of one to the United States for the stock aforesaid. thousand eight hundred and two, fifteen thousand dollars, Approved: 2d March, 1829.
For pay of Indian interpreters and translators, employed at the several superintendencies and agencies, eighteen AN ACT making additional appropriations for the supthousand five hundred and fifty dollars.
port of the Navy of the United States for the year one For pay of gun and blacksmiths, and their assistants, thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine. employed within the several superintendencies and agen Be it enacted, fc., That, for defraying the expenses of cies for the benefit of the Indians, under trealy provisions the Navy for the year one thousand eight hundred and and orders of the Department of War, nineteen thousand twenty-nine, the following sums be, and the same are four hundred dollars.
hereby, respectively appropriated, in addition to the seFor iron, steel, coal, and other expenses attending the veral sums appropriated by the act of the twenty-fourth gun and blacksmith shops, five thousand dollars.
of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, to For expense of transportation and distribution of In- / wit: dian annuities, nine thousand five hundred dollars.
For the pay and subsistence of the officers, and pay of For expense of provisions for the Indians at the distri- the seamen other than those at navy yards, shore stations, bution of annuities, while on visits of business with the and in ordinary, nine hundred and eighteen thousand different superintendents and agents, and when specially five hundred and fourteen dollars. assembled on public business, ten thousand dollars.
For pay, subsistence, and allowance of officers, and For expense attending the visits of such Indian de- pay of the seamen at navy yards, shore stations, hospitals, putations to the Seat of Government as it may be deemed and in ordinary, one hundred and sixty-two thousand nine necessary to authorize, five thousand dollars.
hundred and thirty-three dollars. For expenses incurred by the Marshal of the Michigan For pay of Superintendents, naval constructors, and all Territory, and authorized by the War Department, in the civil establishment, at the several yards and stations, conducting the prosecution against the Winnebago In- forty-four thousand seven hundred and seventy-seven doldians, at Prairie du Chien, in one thousand eight hundred lars. and twenty-eight, one thousand eight hundred dollars. For provisions, three hundred and twenty-four thou
For contingencies of Indian Department, twenty-two sand three hundred dollars. thousand five hundred and fifty dollars.
For repairs of vessels in ordinary, and for wear and For expenses incurred by the exploring party of In- tear of vessels in commission, three hundred and fifty-six dians under the control of Captain Kennerly, in the thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. year eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, in addition to the For medicines, surgical instruments, and hospital stores, sum of fifteen thousand dollars, heretofore appropriated, twenty thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. the sum of seven thousand one hundred and sixty-eight For ordinance and ordinance stores, thirty-seven thoudollars and thirteen cents.
sand five hundred dollars. For the purpose of purchasing such reservations of For repairs and improvements at navy yards, one hunland as are yet claimed by Indians, or Indian country- dred and seventy-eight thousand seven hundred and fifty men, within the limits of the State of North Carolina, by dollars. virtue of treaties made by the United States with the Che For defraying the expenses that may accrue during the rokee Indians, the sum of twenty thousand dollars ; which year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, to wit: sum, or such part thereof as may be found necessary, for freight and transportation of materials and stores of shall be applied, under the directions of the President of every description; for wharfage and dockage, storage the United States, to the purpose aforesaid, and to no and rent, travelling expenses of officers, and transportaother purpose whatever.
tion of seamen, house rent, chamber money, and fuel, To enable the President of the United States to extin- and candles to officers other than those attached to the guish the title of the Delaware Indians to their reserva- navy yards and stations, and for officers in sick quarters, cions in Ohio, and to aid them in their removal west of the where there is no hospital, and for funeral expenses; for Mississippi, under the provisions of the treaty of St. Mary's commissions, clerk hire, office rent, stationery, and fuel in eighteen hundred and eighteen, six thousand dollars. to Navy Agents; for premiums and incidental expenses
For compensation to the Indians in Ohio, for depreda- of recruiting; for apprehending deserters; for compensations committed upon their property by white citizens, tion to Judge Advocates, for per diem allowance for the under the intercourse law, one thousand five hundred and persons attending courts martial and courts of inquiry, thirty-nine dollars and twenty-five cents.
and to officers engaged on extra service beyond the limits Approved : 20 March, 1829.
of their stations ; fòr priņting and for stationery of every
description, and for books, maps, and charts, nautical and AN ACT to authorize a subscription for stock, on the mathematical instruments, chronometers, models, and
part of the United States, in the Lonisville and Port- drawings; for purchase and repair of steam and fire land Canal Company.
engines, and for machinery; for purchase and mainteBe it enacted, &c., That the Secretary of the Treasury nance of oxen and horses, and for carts, wheels, and be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to subscribe workmen's tools of every description ; for postage of letfor or purchase, in the name of and for the use of the United ters on public service ; for pilotage, for cabin furniture States, any stock which may have been forfeited to the Com- of vessels in commission, and furniture for officers' houses pany, and which shall be undisposed of on the fourth day at navy yards ; for taxes on navy yards and public proper." of March next, not exceeding thirteen hundred and fifty ty; for assistance rendered to vessels in distress; for incishares of the capital stock of the Louisville and Port- dental labor at navy yards not applicable to any other apland Canal Company; and to pay for the same, when calle propriation; for coal and other fuel for forges, foundries, ed upon by said Company, out of any money in the trea- and steam engines; for candles, oil, and fuel for vessels in sury not otherwise appropriated : Provided, Said shares can commission and in ordinary; for repairs of magazines and be had for a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars each. powder houses; for preparing moulds for ships to be built ;
and for no other object or purpose whatever, one hundred For the erection of new barracks and quarters at Fort and ninety-five thousand dollars.
Trumbull, New London, Connecticut, ten thousand dollars, For contingent expenses for objects arising during the For the erection of new barracks for one company at year o ne thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, and not Fort Severn, Annapolis, Maryland, five thousand dollars. herein before enumerated, three thousand seven hundred For the erection of new barracks for two companies at and fif ty dollars.
Fort Winnebago, at the portage of Fox and Ouisconsin For the reinbursement of the Marshal of Florida, for rivers, ten thousand dollars. expen®es incurred in the case of certain Africans, who To complete the barracks, quartermaster and storewere wrecked on the coast of the United States, and for houses at Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien, ten thousand the expense of exporting them to Africa, sixteen thousand | dollars. dollars.
For the repair of the marine barracks at the navy yard The following sums transferred to the surplus fund: in Washington, three thousand five hundred dollars.
For the gradual increase of the Navy, forty-seven thou For the construction of a new wharf at Fort McHenry, sand six hundred and nineteen dollars, eighty-eight cents. Baltimore, Maryland, one thousand five hundred dollars.
For survey of Savannah, by act of fourteenth March, For the construction of a new wharf at Fort Constitueighteen hundred and twenty-six, three thousand four hun- tion, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, six hundred dollars. dred and sixty-seven dollars and twenty-seven cents.
For the construction of a new wharf at Fort Delaware, For captors of Algerine vessels, by acts of twenty-se- Delaware, two thousand dollars. venth April, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, and Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the several eighteenth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twen sums hereby appropriated, shall be paid out of any moneys ty-six, fourteen thousand six hundred and ninety dollars in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. seventy-five cents.
Approved: 2d March, 1829. For pay and subsistence to the Marine Corps, ninety-one thousand seven hundred and eighty-two dollars.
AN ACT making additional appropriations for certain forFor clothing for the same, twenty-five thousand one hun tifications of the United States, for the year one thousand dred and twenty-three dollars.
eight hundred and twenty nine. For fuel for the same, six thousand seven hundred and Be it enacted, f.c. That the following sums be, and the thirty-nine dollars.
same are hereby, appropriated, in addition to the several For contingencies for the same, twelve thousand two sums appropriated by the act of the twenty-fourth of May, hundred and fifteen dollars.
one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, for certain For military stores for the same, two thousand two hun fortifications of the United States, for the first quarter of dred and fifty dollars.
the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, to For medicines for the same, one thousand seven hundred wit: for fortifications, to each, specifically, as follows: and seventy-seven dollars.
For Fort Adams, at Newport, Rhode Island, eighty-five Sect. 2. And be it further enacted, That the several thousand dollars. sums hereby appropriated, shall be paid out of any money For Fort Hamilton, New-York, eighty thousand dollars. in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.
For Fort Monroe, eighty-five thousand dollars. Approved : 2d March, 1829.
For Fort Calhoun, ninety thousand dollars.
For Fort Macon, North Carolina, fifty thousand dollars, AN ACT making additional appropriations for the pay For fort at Oak Island, North-Carolina, forty-seven thou
ment of the Revolutionary and other pensioners of the sand eight hundred and thirty-four dollars. United States, for the year one thousand eight hundred For fortifications at Charleston, South Carolina, sixtyand twenty-nine.
thousand dollars. Be it enacted, g-c. That the following sums be, and For fortifications at Savannah, Georgia, sixty thousand they are hereby, respectively, appropriated, towards the dollars. military service of the year one thousand eight hundred and For fortifications at Pensacola, West Florida, fifty-five twenty-nine, in addition to the several sums appropriated thousand dollars. by the act of the twenty-fourth of May, one thousand eight For fort at Mobile point, Alabama,eighty thousand dollars. hundred and twenty-eight, to wit:
For completion of the battery at Bayou Bienvenu,six thouFor invalid and half-pay pensioners, exclusive of a bal- sand four hundred and forty-seven dollars and eighty cents. ance on hand of one hundred and eighty-one thousand nine For completion of the sea wall for the preservation of hundred and eighty dollars and nine cents, forty-two thou- George's Island, in Boston harbor, seven thousand three sand one hundred and thirteen dollars.
hundred and ten dollars and fifty-four cents. For Revolutionary pensioners, exclusive of a balance on For repair of the pier on which is constructed Fort Lahand of one hundred and ten thousand six hundred and fif- fayette, and such other repairs as are absolutely necessary teen dollars and seventy cents, four hundred and eighty-nine for the preservation of that fort, thirty-three thousand three thousand three hundred and eighty-four dollars.
hundred and eighty-six dollars and seventy cents. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the several For repairs at Fort Delaware, fifteen thousand dollars. sums hereby appropriated, shall be paid out of any money For repairs and contingencies of fortifications, eleven in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.
thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. Approved : 2d March, 1829.
Sect. 2. And be it further enacted, That the several
sums, hereby appropriated, shall be paid out of any money in AN ACT making appropriations for the erection and the treasury not otherwise appropriated.
completion of certain barracks and quarters, and for oth Approved : 2d March, 1829. er purposes.
Be it enacted, fc. That the following sums be, and the AN ACT providing for the printing and binding sixty thousaine are hereby, appropriated, to wit:
sand copies of the Abstract of Infantry tactics, includFor the erection of a tower at Bayou Dupre, Louisianna, ing manoeuvres of Light Infantry and Riflemen, and for sixteen thousand six hundred and seventy-seven dollars and
other purposes. forty-one cents.
Be it enacted, fc. That the Secretary of War be, and For the erection of barracks for one company at Fort he is hereby, authorized and directed, to contract with Sullivan, Eastport, Maine, two thousand five hundred dol- Hilliard, Gray, and Company, of Boston, or some other lars,
person or persons, for printing, binding, and delivering,