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in Kalamazoo county. From Saganaw, by Mackinac, to the Sault St. Marie. Froin Saganaw to the mouth of the river Saganaw. From Kalamazoo, in Kalamazoo county, to the mouth of North Black river. From Grand River Rapids to Grand Haven. From Kalamazoo to the mouth of the South Black river. From Northfield, by Hamburgh, to Howell. From New Buffalo, Michigan, to Laporte, Indiana. From Adrian by Hillsdale, to Coldwater. From Marshall, via Johnson, Athens, and Durham, to White Pigeon. From Kalamazoo to Kent. From Ann Arbor to Ionia.
From Marianna to Daleville, Alabama. From Marianna to Saint Josephs. From Pensacola, by Floridatown, Pittman's ferry to Campbelltown.
In Aria es
From the mouth of Arkansas river, via mouth of White river, Helena :d mouth of Saint Francis, up the west bank of the Miss.ssippi river, to Greenock, and the county seat of Mississippi county, to New Madrid, in Missouri. From Pine bluffs, by Cabean's, to Monroe, in Louisiana. From Columbia, Ecore a Fabre, to Washington, in Hempstead county. From Batesville, by Clinton, to Lewisburg and from Clinton, by Glass's village, to Dardanelle, in Pope county. From the county seat, 'in Izard county, to Dardanelle, and from thence, by the county seat of Scott, to Zebulon, county seat of Pike, and thence to Washington, Hempstead county. From Washington to Miller court-house, and from thence on the south side of Red river, to Lafayette court-house. From Carrollton to Springfield, iu Missouri.
From Columbia, by Roacheport, Boonville, and Jonesboro, to Lexington. From Columbia, by Younger's mills, Paris, Richard Sharp's to Palmyra. From Jefferson city by Versailles, Benton court-house, Equality, Springfield, to Carroll court-house in Arkansas. From Benton court-house, by the county seat of Rives and Allensville, to the county seat of Van Buren, and from thence by the county seat of Johnson to Saint Helena. From Jefferson city to Waynesville. From the county seat of Crawford, by Masscy’s iron works, to Union in Franklin county, From Greenville to Castor, and thence by Johnson's, in the West prairie, to the Grand prairie, in Stoddard county. From Caledonia, in Washington county, by Van Buren, in Ripley county, to Jackson, in Arkansas Territory: From Jonesbispo, by Arrowrock, to Favette. From Saint Genevieve to Farming.on. From the county seat of Morgan to the county seat of Pule ki. From Springfield to the county seat of Barry. From Keytesville
to Compton's store, on Grand river. From Fulton, by James Harrison's, in the Grand prairie, to Paris. From Jefferson city to Columbia. Froin Columbia, by Rock mills, to Nashville, in Boon county. From Jefferson city, by Portland, to Loutre island. From Huntsville, by the county seat of Shelby and Cooper's settlement, to Monticello. From Fulton, by Portland, to Mount Sterling. From McMurtry's, in Callaway county, by Thomas Harrison's, in the Grand prairie, to Huntsville. From Johnson court-house, by Blackwater settlement, to Lexington. Froin Hannibal, by Florida, Paris, and Huntsville, to Fayette. From Louisiana to Atlas, Illinois. From Old mines, in Washington county, by the Rich woods and Virginia, to Union. From Benton to Commerce. From Bowling Green, by Bandurant's and Core spring. to Florida. From Bolivia, by the cross roads, to Fredericktown. From Monticello, in Lewis county, westwardly, to Sandy Hill. From Richmond to Compton's store, on Grand
From Liberty to Plattsbury. From Helena to Benton court house. From Columbus, Kentucky, by Benton, Jackson, Fredericktown, Farmington, Caledonia, seats of justice of Crawford, Pulaski, and Puttis counties to Blackwater, and thence to Independence. From Boonville. by seat of justice of Pettis county, to the seat of justice in Johnson county: From Springfield to Pulaski court-honse, Crawford court-house, Massie's iron works, to Union. From Jefferson city, by Mt. Sterling, to Crawford court-house. From Castor to Greenville. From Castor. by Grand Prairie, in Stoddart county.
From Macomb, county of Ne Donough, Illinois, by Burlington, In Wisconsin. In Mount Pleasant, Desinoines county. From Racine, on Root rifer, by the outlet of Lake Koskenong and Mineral point, to Cassville. From Richlandtown to Burlington, thence to MonIuouth, Illinois. From Milwankee to the outlet of Lake Koskenong. From Galena, via Sinsinawa mound, Sinsinawa post office, Gibralter, Van Buren, Cassville, and Prarie du Chien, lo Fort Snelliag. From Bellevue to Galena, Illinois. From Mineral point, by way of T. J. Parish's, to the English prairie. From Galena, Illinois, by way of White Oak springs, Gratiots Grove, and Wioata, Mc Nutt's Diggings and Wisconsin city, to intersect the Root river and Cassville route. From Coldwater, in Branch county, to Michigan city, in the State of Indiana, via Centreville. (onstantine, Mottville, Bristol, Elkhart, Mishawaulkie, South Bend. and Laporte. From Jacksonburg, 10 White Pigeon, via Spring Arbor, Concord, Homer, Tekonsha, Goodwinville, Durham Nottawa and Centreville. From Warsaw, Niinois, by Keokuck, Fort Desmoines, Fort Madison, Gibson's ferry, Burlington, Iowa, Clark's ferry, Daveuport, Parkhurst, Bellevue. Du Buque', Peru, Durango, Weyman's, Cassville, and Prairie du Chieri, to Port Snelling. From Du Buque, by Siusinawa, and Blast furace, to Elkgrove. From Mineral point, by Dodyville and i leiena, to Arena. From Galena, by Vinegarhill, Elk Grove,
and Bellemont, to Mineral point. From Fort Wennebago, by Fond du Lac, Calumet village, to Grand Kalkalin. From Chicago, by Pike river, Racine, Milwalky, Chebawgan, Pigeon, Maulitowack, to Green bay. From Wisconsin to the city of the Four Lakes. From the city of the Four Lakes, by Fond du
Lac, and the city of Winnebago, at the northeast end of Lake 'Winnebago, to a point of intersection with the route from Prairie du Chien to Green bay. From Fond du Lac, at the south end of Lake Winnebago to Milwaukee. From Milwaukee, by the city of the Four Lakes, to the Blue mound, there to intersect the route from Green bay to Prairie du Chien.
Post Routes discontinued.
From Camden to Vinal Haven.
From Waupakonetta to Sugar Grove. From Piqua to Waupakonetta.
From Mount Hill to Varennes. From Stauntonville, by Golden Grove, to Greenville court-house.
Approved, 2d July, 1836.
CHAP. 272. An ACT for the relief of John Howell. [Sec. 1.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen
tatives of ihe United States of America in Congress assembled, Konfirmed in his That John Howell be, and he is hereby, confirmed in his title to house and 640 acres a tract of land, containing six hundred and forty acres, claimed
by virtue of a settlement made thereor in the year one thousand eight hundred and two, situated on the river Dardenne, in the county of Saint Charles, State of Missouri, to be surveyed in a square, or as near as may be, so as to include his improvement; and in the event of there not being unappropriated public land adjoining his said settlement sutficient for the purpose, then the deficiency may be located upon any unappropriated land of the United States within the land district embracing said tract, sub ject to entry at private sale. Approved, July 2d, 1836
CHAP. 273. An ACT for the relief of George Dawson. (Sec. 1.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen
tatives of the United States of America in Congress assembledh His secnůnt to 2 That the Secretary of the Treasury he, and he is hereby, authoespeditably peuled rized to settle upon principles of equity the accounts of George
Dawson, late a contractor for mason work on the Cumberland
road, and that the balance found due to him be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated.
Approved, July 2d, 1836
CHAP. 274. An ACT for the relief of Nancy Haggard, and for other purposes.
(Sec. 1.) Be it enacted by the Senate and IIouse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting officers of the Treasury be, and they Seven yenis' hade are hereby, required to pay to Nancy Haggard, only daughter finery allow.de and surviving heir of William Grymes, who was a captain in the Virginia line, on the continental establishment, during the revolutionary war, and who died in the service of the United States, during the said war, the aggregate amount of the half pay of a captain of infantry for seven years, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated; Provided, That the f'roviso. said Nancy Haggard, before the payment thereof, do exhibit such proof to the Secretary of the Treasury, as will satisfy him that she is the only daughter and heir of said William Grymes.
SECTION 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of money Robert allowed to the representative of Robert Jouett, deceased, by the presentatives :• act passed at the present session of Congress, entitled - An act for the relief of the representatives of Robert Jouett, deceased, be paid out of any money in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated.
Approved, July 2d, 1836.
CHAP. 275. An ACT for the relief of the sureties of Nicholas Kern. (Sec. 1.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sureties of Nicholas Kern, who are bound with hini Solicitor of Tuca** to the United States, in two bonds, one dated the thirteenth day tie suik. of Jaquary, eighteen hundred and fourteen, and the other dated the seventeenth day of October, eighteen hundred and sixteen, given by the said Nicholas Kern, as collector of direct taxes and internal duties for the eighth collection district of Pennsylvania, and their legal representatives, are released from all liability for Nicholas Kern, as sureties in said bonds—the commissioner of the revenue and the agent of the Treasury having extended the time of payment without the consent of the said sureties--and the Solicitor of the Treasury is hereby directed to discontinue the suits which have been brought against them severally on said bonds; Provided, That said Nicholas Kern, his heirs, ex- Proviso. ecutors and administrators, shall nevertheless be held bound and liable to pay the whole amount that may due by him as said collector.
Approved, July 2d, 1836.
CHAP. 276. An ACT for the relief of Nathaniel Platt. (Sec. I.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representalives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
1836. That the Secretary of the Treasury pay to Nathaniel Plati, out $2 tu be print of any money in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, the
sum of two hundred and eighty-three dollars and fifty cents, in full compensation of his claim, for rent, forage, and provisions. furnished the troops under command of General Mooers, in eighteen hundred and fourteen, and for all damages done to tlu premises of the said Platt, in consequence of the occupancy thereof by the troops aforesaid. Approved, July 22, 1836.
CHAP. 277. An ACT for the relief of the Lexingion and Ohio Railroad
Company. [Sec. 1.) Be it enacted, by the Senate and House of Represen$1,901 piated as diretatives of the United Slates of America in Congress assembled.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized to refund to the Lexington and Obio Railroad Company, the sun of nineteen hundred and eighty-four dollars, paid by said company into the Treasury of the United States, as duties on railroad iron imported into the United States, in the years eighteen hundred and thirty-two and eighteen hundred and thirty three, for making of a railroad from Lexington, in Kentucky, the Ohio river, whenever it shall be made appear to the satisfaetion of the Secretary of the Treasury that said iron has been applied to the uses for which it was imported.
Approved, July 21, 1936.
CHAP, 978. An ACT for the relief of the heirs or James Moore. (Sec. 1.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen
tatives of the United States of America in Congress assenbled. seven years ha! That the proper accounting officers of the Treasury Departmer
. be, and they hereby are, directed to ascertain and allow to Mrs Sarah Swan and Mrs. Mary Waters, the only surviving children of James Moore, late a brigadier general in the army of the revolution, the amount of seven years' half pay, at å rate corte sponding with the pay to which the said Moore was entitled at the time of his death; and that the said amount, when so ascertained, shall be paid to the said Sarah Swan and Mary Waters, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated.
Approved, July 21, 1836.
CHAP. 279. An ACT for the relief of William P. Rathbone.
tatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. His accos es That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he hereby is, allpay master awing thorized to settle the accounts of William P. Rathbone, late a dis
trict paymaster in the army of the United States; and also bis accounts as an army contractor, under his contracts of the first
Contractor to be