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CHAP. 49. An ACT for the relief of William Eadus.

1839. [Sec. 1.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress aissembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury pay, out of any Sec. Treas. unappropriated money, to William Eadus, two thousand dollars, se for a house in full, for his house burnt by the British at Sodus, New York, lish'in 18136 in June, eighteen hundred and thirteen.

Approved, April 6th, 1838.

CHAP. 50. An ACT for the relief of Isaac Wellborn, junior, and William

Wellborn [Sec. 1.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represenatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there shall be, and is hereby, relinquished to all the right, Isaac Wellborn, jr., and William Wellborn, their heirs and as- which may have signs, all the right, title, and interest which may have accrued accrue de or reverted, or might hereafter accrue or revert, to the United reservation of States, to a certain reservation of six hundred and forty acres Harrison, under of land, made to a certain Thomas Harrison, the head of an Cherokees of Seo Indian family of the Cherokee tribe, under treaties made behandling hot an! tweeen said tribe and the Government of the United States, on relinguished to the eighth of July, eighteen hundred and seventeen, and the and w. well. twenty-seventh of February, eighteen hundred and nineteen, and assigns. which tract of land is situated in Jackson county, Alabama, and bounded as follows: Beginning at two post oaks and a red oak; thence west three hundred and twenty poles to a stake near the top of a steep rocky mountain ; thence south three hundred and twenty poles to a white oak and red oak on the top of a ridge; thence east three hundred and twenty poles to a stake ; a Spanish oak, chinquepin oak, mulberry, and two hickories, marked as pointers; thence north three hundred and twenty poles to the beginning : Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be proviso. construed to impair or lessen the right or title of any individual claiming under the said Thomas Harrison, and who may not have fairly or legally transferred his or her interest in the said tract of land.

Approved, April 6th, 1838.

CHAP. 51. An ACT for the relief of Samuel Milligan. [Sec. 1.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the collector of the District of Champlain, in the Collector of State of New York, be, and he is hereby, directed to permit trict directed to Samuel Milligan, of Montreal, to export, with the benefit of permits. Milli. drawback, certain merchandise imported by him into the district lain merchandizo aforesaid from the Province of Lower Canada, upon his com- of drawback. plying with the forms and regulations required by existing laws relating to the exportation of merchandise with the benefit of drawback.

Approved, April 6th, 1838.

1838. CHAP. 52. An ACT for the relief of William R. Taylor, administrator of Jona.

than Taylor, deceased. [Sec. 1.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre

sentatives of the United States of America in Congress asSec. Treas, di- sembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, the clain of w. directed to settle the claim of William Rufus Taylor, adminisB Taylor admis: trator of Jonathan Taylor, deceased, for interest on a liquidated ceased, for inte demand in favor of the said Jonathan Taylor, and James Mordated demand in rison, and Charles Wilkins, who were lessees of the United Taylor, &c., upon States, of the salt works in the State of Illinois, upon the same ples that he in: principles that the interest of the said demand was settled with terest of said de: the legal representatives of James Morrison, deceased, pursuant

to the act of Congress approved the first of May, one thousand rison, deceased." eight hundred and thirty-four; and that the proportion of interest

ascertained to be due to the said William Rufus Taylor, administrator as aforesaid, be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, April 6th, 1838.

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CHAP. 53. An ACT for the relief of Doctor David H. Maxwell. [Sec. 1.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre

sentatives of the United States of America in Congress asThe proper ac- sembled, That the proper accounting officers of the Treasury of the Treas. to settle the claim of Doctor David H. Maxwell for services persettle the claim formed by him as physician and surgeon for a company of Maxwell for ser mounted rangers, under the command of Captain Williamson sician and sur. Dunn, and other companies of rangers, volunteer militia, and sroops from 13th United States infantry, from the thirteenth day of April, eighteen April 1813 to 16th hundred and thirteen, until the sixteenth day of March, eighteen

hundred and fourteen, inclusive; and also his claim for medicines, furnished at his own cost, for said companies ; also, any damages he may have sustained, by injury to his surgical instruments when in said service ; and allow him the same pay and emoluments he would have been entitled to had he been regularly commissioned a surgeon's mate ; deducting from the amount to be settled and ascertained, the pay he has heretofore received as a private mounted ranger ; as also the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars repaid him by the officers and men of said Captain Dunn's company.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the money so found found due to be to be his due, be paid to him out of any money in the Treasury unappucopriated not otherwise appropriated. Approved, April 6th, 1838.

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CHAP. 54. An ACT making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses

of Government for the year eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. [Sec. 1.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby,

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appropriated, to be paid out of any unappropriated money in 1838. the treasury, viz :

For pay and mileage of the members of Congress and dele- Pay and milegates, five hundred and sixty-seven thousand six hundred and of Congress. eighty dollars;

For pay of the officers and clerks of the Senate and House Pay of officers, of Representatives, forty thousand four hundred dollars ;

For stationery, fuel, printing, and all other contingent ex- Contingent expenses of the Senate, fifty thousand dollars ;

For stationery, fuel, printing, and all other contingent ex- Contingent expenses of the House of Representatives, two hundred and keps. twenty-five thousand dollars ;

The two sums last mentioned to be applied to the payment Two last sums of the ordinary expenditures of the Senate and House of Re-applicabili canly presentatives, severally, and to no other purpose.

For compensation to the President and Vice President of President, Vice the United States, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of the President, and Treasury, the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, menis. and the Postmaster General, sixty thousand dollars ;

For salary of the secretary to sign patents for public lands, Secretary to per act of March second, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, lands. one thousand five hundred dollars ;

For clerks and messengers in the office of the Secretary of off. Sec. State. State, twenty thousand three hundred dollars;

For the contingent expenses of the Department of State, in- Contingent excluding publishing and distributing the laws, twenty-five thou- penses. sand dollars ;

For the superintendent and watchman of the northeast ex- Supdt. and ecutive building, one thousand five hundred dollars ;

Ex: building. For contingent expenses of said building, including fuel, Contingent erlabour, oil, and repairs, three thousand three hundred and fifty lollars ;

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office off. Sec. Treas. of the Secretary of the Treasury, sixteen thousand four hun-Clerks and mesdred and fifty dollars;

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For compensation to the clerks in said office, per act of Additional twenty-third June, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three thousand and six hundred dollars;

For compensation to the First Comptroller of the Treasury, 1st Comptroller. three thousand five hundred dollars ;

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office Clerks and mes. of the First Comptroller, nineteen thousand three hundred Sengers, dollars ;

For compensation to the Second Comptroller, three thousand 21 Comptroller. dollars ;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office Clerks and mess of the Second Comptroller, including the compensation of two clerks transferred from the office of the Fourth Auditor, twelve, thousand two hundred and fifty dollars ;

For compensation to the First Auditor of the Treasury, three ist Auditor. thousand dollars ;

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1838. For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office Clerks and mes. of the First Auditor, fifteen thousand nine hundred dollars.

For compensation to the Second Auditor of the Treasury, three thousand dollars ;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of the Second Auditor, seventeen thousand nine hundred dollars ;

For compensation to the Third Auditor, three thousand dollars ;

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office of the Third Auditor, twenty-seven thousand two hundred and

fifty dollars; Two additional For compensation to two additional clerks, employed under

the act of the eighteenth January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, for the payment of horses and other property lost or destroyed, two thousand four hundred dollars;

For compensation to the fourth Auditor, three thousand

dollars; Clerks and mes. For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office

of the Fourth Auditor, fifteen thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars;

For an additional clerk in the same, to carry into effect the act of the third of March last, for the more equitable administration of the pension fund, one thousand dollars ;

For compensation to the Fifth Auditor, three thousand dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of

the Fifth Auditor, nine thousand eight hundred dollars; Treasurer. For compensation to the Treasurer of the United States,

three thousand dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of the Treasurer of the United States, ten thousand seven

hundred and fifty dollars; Register. For compensation to the Register of the Treasury, three

thousand dollars ;

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office of the Register of Treasury, twenty-four thousand two hundred dollars;

For compensation of the Commissioner of the General Land of General Land Office, per act of fourth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-six,

three thousand dollars ; Other officers For compensation of the recorder, solicitor, draughtsman, in the General and assistant draughtsman, clerks, messengers, and packers, in

the office of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, one hundred and seven thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars;

For compensation to the Solicitor of the Treasury, three Treasury.

thousand five hundred dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, three thousand nine hundred

and fifty dollars; Contingent ex For expenses of stationery, printing and all other contingent Treas. Dep.

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For the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, including

1838. copying, and expenses incurred in consequence of the burning Oil Sec, Treas. of the Treasury building, twelve thousand five hundred dol-copying, &c. lars; For translating foreign languages, and for receiving and

Translating, transmitting passports and sea letters, in the office of the Se- &c. cretary of the Treasury, three hundred dollars ;

For stating and printing public accounts, one thousand four Seating and hundred dollars;

printing public For the office of the First Comptroller, two thousand dollars; Off. 1st Complr.

For the oflice of the Second Comptroller, one thousand five Oxf. 24 Comptr. hundred dollars;

For the office of the First Auditor, one thousand dollars ; Of 1st Auditor. For the oifice of the Second Auditor, one thousand dollars;

For the office of the Third Auditor, including one thousand Ort. 3d Auditor. four hundred and fifty dollars, the estimated amount due to printers for publishing rules and regulations and notices to claimants, under the act of the eighteenth of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, to provide for the payment of horses and other property lost or destroyed in the military service of the United States, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars;

For the office of the Fourth Auditor, one thousand dollars;
For the office of the Fifth Auditor, one thousand dollars; Off. 5th Auditor,

For the office of the Treasurer of the United States, one thousand three hundred dollars;

For the office of the Register of the Treasury, three thou- ok. Register. sand dollars; For the office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, including five of Solicitor of

the Treasury. hundred dollars for the purchase of books, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For compensation of superintendent and two watchmen for Supet. and the additional building for the use of the General Land Office, Goril. Lan one thousand and fifty dollars;

For compensation of the superintendent and watchman of Surut, and the southeast executive building two thousand one hundred E. Ex. building. dollars;

For contingent expenses of the building occupied by the Contingent ex Treasury, including fuel, oil, labour, repairs, furniture, and for building. rent, amounting to four thousand three hundred and fifty dollars per annum, twelve thousand dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office off. Sec. War. of the Secretary of War, including the messenger in the Bounty sengers. Land Bureau, thirteen thousand two hundred and fifty dollars;

For contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary of Contingent or. War, three thousand dollars.

For books, maps, and plans, for the War Department, one Books. mapa thousand dollars;

For compensation of extra clerks, when employed in said of- Extra clerks. fice, three thousand dollars ;

For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, or Commissioner three thousand dollars ;

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office Clerks and mes

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