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of Saint Paul, Minnesota, widow of William B. McGrorty, deceased, late a first lieutenant and regimental quartermaster in the fifth regiment Minnesota volunteers, on the pension roll, at the rate of seventeen dollars per month, to commence from the sixteenth day of February, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, and to continue during her widowhood, and two dollars per month to each child of said William B. McGrorty, under the age of sixteen years, to commence from the twenty-fifth day of July, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and to continue until they shall respectively attain the age of sixteen years.

Approved, June 11, 1868.

[PRIVATE–No. 18.] AN ACT granting a pension to Sarah Webb, widow of William R. Webb, and her miner

child. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to place the name of Sarah Webb, widow of William R. Webb, a private in company K, first regiment Tennessee infantry volunteers, on the pension roll, and to pay her at the rate of eight dollars per month, to commence from the fourteenth day of May, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, to continue during her widowhood, and the additional sum of two dollars per month for the minor child of said William R. Webb, to commence from the twenty-fifth day of July, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and to continue until the said child shall have attained the

age

of sixteen years. Approved, June 11, 1868.

[Private-No. 19.]

AN ACT granting a pension to Mary Atkinson. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to place on the pension roll the name of Mary Atkinson, mother of Andrew B. Atkinson, late a quartermaster in the United States navy, who died in service of the United St es and in the line of duty, and allow and pay her a pension at the rate of twenty dollars per month, to commence from the passage of this act, and to continue during her natural life; said pension to be paid out of the naval pension fund.

Approved, June 11, 1868.

[PRIVATE–No. 20.] AN ACT to remove political disabilities from Roderick R. Butler, of Tennessee. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all legal and political disabilities imposed by the United States upon Roderick R. Butler, of Tennessee, in consequence of participation in the recent rebellion, be, and the same are hereby, removed. And the said Butler, on entering upon the discharge of the duties of any office to which he has been or may be elected or appointed, instead of the oath prescribed by the act of July two, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, shall take and subscribe the following oath : 1, Roderick R. Butler, do solemnly

swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter, so help me God.

Approved, June 19, 1868.

[PRIVATE-No. 21. AN ACT granting a pension to Sherman H. Cowles. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to place the name of Sherman H. Cowles, late a private in company E, nineteenth regiment Connecticut volunteers, on the pension roll, at the rate of eight dollars per month, to commence from the eighteenth day of May, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, and to continue during his natural life.

Approved, June 19, 1868.

[PRIVATE-No. 22.] AN ACT granting a pension to Caroline E. Thomas. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to place the name of Caroline E. Thomas on the pension roll, and allow and pay her a pension at the rate of eight dollars per month from and after the passage of this act.

Approved, June 19, 1868.

[PRIVATE-No. 23.)

AN ACT granting a pension to James A. Guthrie. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to place on the pension rolls the name of James A. Guthrie, of Iowa, who was a private in company A, sixteenth regiment Illinois volunteers, in the war with Mexico, and allow and pay him a pension at the rate of fifteen dollars per month from the sixth day of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, to continue during his natural life.

Approved, June 19, 1868.

[PRIVATE-No. 24.] AN ACT granting a pension to Caroline and Margaret Swartwout. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to place upon the pension rolls the names of

Caroline and Margaret Swartwout, sisters of Samuel Swartwout, late a cominodore in the navy of the United States, and to pay to them, or the survivor of them, a pension at the rate of thirty dollars per month from the fifteenth day of February, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, during their joint lives and the life of the survivor.

Approved, June 19, 1868.

[PRIVATE–No. 25.]

AN ACT granting a pension to Michael Kelly. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to place the name of Michael Kelly, late private in the first Vermont battery volunteers, on the pension roll, at the rate of fifteen dollars per month, to commence from and after the passage of this act, and to continue during his natural life.

Approved, June 19, 1868.

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[PRIVATE–No. 26.) AN ACT granting a pension to Bartlet and Carrie Edwards, children of David W. Edwards,

deceased. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to place upon the pension roll the names of Bartlet and Carrie Edwards, children under sixteen years of age of David W. Edwards, deceased, and to allow and pay to them or their legally appointed guardian or guardians a pension at the rate of fifteen dollars per month from the thirteenth day of October, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, until they shall respectively attain the age of sixteen years.

Approved, June 19, 1868.

[Private-No. 27.] AN ACT to relieve from disabilities certain persons in States lately in rebellion. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, (two-thirds of each house concurring therein,) That all legal disabilities imposed by the United States upon the following-named citizens of North Carolina in consequence of participation in the recent rebellion be, and the same are hereby, removed, namely:

Franklin county : A. M. Timberlake, W. S. Harris, E. A. Crudup, and Green H. Grupton.

Wake county: William H. Harrison, Willie D. Jones, Albert Johnson, Jacob Sorrell, Hilliard J. Smith, C. L. Harris, and W. R. Richardson.

Pitt county : Joseph Staten, Lewis Hilliard, Charles J. O'Hagan, Calvin Cox, James C. Langley, and Charles Roundtree.

Halifax county: Charles N. Webb, John O'Brien, John T. Gregory, George W. Owens, John A. Reed, and J. T. Evans.

Beaufort county : Samuel T. Carrow, Hiram E. Stilley, William B. Rodman, George L. Windley, Howard Wiswall, Edmund Hodges, Luther Ruff, Jesse

G. Bryan, Edward J. Warren, Edward S. Hoyt, Samuel Windley, John B. Respass, Henry Hodges, Jesse Robason, William A. Blount.

New Hanover county : David Bunting, Edward Kidder, Silas N. Martin, James II. Chadbourne, George Hooper, James Alderman, L. H. Bowden, and George Chadbourne.

Stanley county: Joseph Marshall, James E. Malden, Dumas Coggins, Daniel Richey, Lafayette Green, Allen Burris, Franklin A. Lafion, and Jolin A. Morton.

Davidson county: Evander Davis, Emory Lavis, Ephraim Hampton, Green H. Lee, David Loftin, Willis Cecil, and Henderson Adams.

Person county : John D. Wilkerson.

Caldwell county : Lloyd T. Jones, William M. Barber, A. W. Austin, Samuel McCall, Washington Moore, James M. Barber, Robert B. Bogle, and Hosea Bradford.

Wilson county : George W. Blount, Newett D. Owens, William D. Farmer, John Wilkinson, and Francis W. Taylor.

Forsyth county : Joseph S. Phipps, John G. Sides, John M. Stolts, Israel Moses, William Clinard, E. A. Volgar, William B. Stipe, and Allen Spach.

Transylvania county : Jeremiah Osborne, J. C. Duckwoth, Samuel Reed, Robert Hamilton, J. W. Clayton, William R. Galloway, Periy Orr, Isaac Harris, R. P. Kilpatrick, and G. C. Neil.

Henderson county : Benjamin Williams, James M. Justice, William D. W bitted, James Spann, R. J. Allen, M. Owenby, John C. Gulick, M. B. Lance, D. M. Justice, Leander Pace, William K. Leadbetter, Bedford Brown, S. R. Stancill, G. P. Edney, Thomas Osteen, S. B. O. McCall, and David Stradley.

Guilford county : William M. Mebane, Joseph Haskins, Wyatt Ragsdale, Robert P. Dick, Frederick Fentress, Calvin Causey, George W. Bowman, Newton D. Woody, Barnabas Pane, John Hyatt, John W. Kirkman, Andrew C. Murrow, Abram Clapp, David Greeson, and Robert M. Stafford.

Alamance county: Joseph C. Thompson, Nathaniel Stout, William P. McDaniel, Simpson Vestle, James Albright, and Henry Boon.

Lincoln county: Rufus Clarke, W. B. Bynum, and Henry Wilkinson.
Bladen county : Dugald Blue and Calvin Jones.

Wilkes county : R. M. Smith, John M. Brown, James F. Tugman, Andrew Porter, Samuel P. Smith, senior, John F. Parlier, Isaac S. Call, Harrold Hays, Ambrose Wiles, Toliver Shoumate, William E. Reynolds, Emanuel Harrold, James H. Hays, and Calvin J. Cowles.

Cleaveland county : James 0. Bridges, Andrew Parker, David Hall, Henry Wortman, A. W. Gowins, John Cook, Lewis Donnss, and J. C. Ryers.

Cumberland county : Robert Orrell, A. G. Thornton, Duncan G. McCormick, and Robert Mitchell.

Sampson county: Caeton Cessoms, Robert Cain, Clifton Ward, Amos N. Hall, William Cessoms, Robertson Ward, and Lorenzo D, Hall.

Carteret county : Malvin J. Davis, W. J. Doughty, and John C. Manson.
Duplin county : William E. Hill and Thomas K. Murphy.
Currituck county: M. V. B. Gilbert, M. D. Lindsay, and W. D. Chaddick.

Alexander county : Robert Carson, R. O. Bennet, W. W. Stafford, William S. Teague, Elisha Bebber, Gabriel Marshall, William M. Bogle, Thomas J. Dula, Daniel Moore, George W. Long, James J.•Teague, Andrew C. Watts, F. D. Reece, F. A. Campbell, and J. N. Carson.

Mecklenburg county: H. W. Pritchard, William R. Myers, Robert McEwen, Jeremiah S. Reed, Rufus Barringer, Robert M. Martin, and Alex: McIver,

Camden county : Isaac Morriset, John M. Forbes, A. P. Cherry, George W. Spencer, and James W. Chamberlain.

Edgecombe county: William S. Battle, Redden S. Petway, John J. Killebrew, William H. Knight, Jesse Mercer, Exum L. Moore, Thomas Norfleet, Llewellen Harrold, W. H. Johnson, Joseph Cobb, R. W. Proctor, William W.

Parker, John Norfleet, Henry E. Odom, John W.Johnson, Micajah P. Edwards, Lawrence Bunting, Robert Norfleet, and Napoleon B. Bellamy.

Alleghany county : William A. Brooks, Morgan Bryan, A. Marion Smith, William Andrews, Nathan Weaver, Goldman Higgings, L. M. Blackburn, Reuben Sparks, Hugh Hanks, John Parsons, John A. Jones, Solomon Stamper, and Alex, Black.

Ashe county : John Williams.

Hyde county : Sylvester McGowan, James G. Carrowan, George V. Credle, W. B. Tooley, and Joseph P. Flowers.

Iredell county : Thomas Holcomb, E. B. Stimpson, and Henry C. Cowles. Wayne county : Curtis H. Brogden and John C. Rhodes.

Stokes county : John J. Shaffer, A. H. Joyce, Aquilla Moore, William V. Shelton, J. R. Jewett, Ambrose Jessup, Ira Gentry, James Harris, J.B. Young, J. J. Martin, Eaton B. Terrell, W. B. Vaughn, ard William M. Gordon.

Perquinans county : Nathan B. Cox, Robert J. White, and Jonathan W. Albertson.

Yadkin county : Moses Gross, Meekins Castioens, Thomas Hanes, George Long, E. C. Brown, Aquilla Speer, Thomas F. Martin, Samuel C. Wech, Winston Fleming, James H. Myers, H. Thomason, J. N. Vestal, Jesse Reives, Sexton Jones, Moses Chappell, S. Speere, Jonathan Waggoner, George Nix, David Hutchins, J. S. Jones, William W. Patterson, George D. Williams, Barnett C. Myers, William H. Rodwell, T. L. Tulbert, John D. Holcomb, R. M. Pearson, and Jesse Lackey.

Harnett county: James S. Harrington, John F. Shaw, Neil McLeod, Robert A. Norden, James Hodge, John Harrington, James M. Turner, and A. J. Tudington.

Northampton county : William Barrow, John B. Odom, Noah R. Odom, David A. Barnes, Jesse W. Grant, Jesse Flythe, Samuel Calvert, senior, Samuel J. Calvert, and George Holloman.

Madison county : F. M. Lawson, 0. S. Deaver, D. E. Freeman, James Ramsey,

James Croder, and L. G. Brignum. Warren county: William A. White, John W. Patille, John H. Bullock, John C. McGraw, James T. Russell, Nathaniel R. Jones, William W. White, and J. T. Allston.

Union county : William M. Austin, Arthur Stigall, Robert Bivens, Benjamin F. Fincher, James McNeily, Milos A. Lemons, Jackson Greene, Thomas W. Griffin, Richard Tarlton, and Asa Brumblow.

Nash county : George N. Lewis and Absolom Baines.

Rowan county: J. A. Hawkins, Math. Boyden, George Bemhardt, Levi Trexler, William P. Atwell, and Peter Williamson.

Vashington county: James A. Melson, Thomas Benbridge, Eli Spruill, and W. W. Ward,

Rockingham county: Thomas Settle and Thomas A. Ragland.

Burke county : James H. Hall, Joseph Deaton, Asley Mull, Jeremiah Smith, William Bailey, and James Hildebran.

Gaston county : D. A. Jenkins.

Montgomery county: John K. Lofflin, James Batten, James W. Ressas, David Wright, John C. Nichols, and James B. Ballard.

Chowan county : Charles E. Robinson.

Pasquotank county : John Pool, George D. Pool, Frank Vaughn, F. M. Godfrey, C. W. Garanly, junior, W. G. Pool, George W. Charles, and C. W. Hollowell.

Buncombe county : James Reed, James P. Ellar, Levi Penland, P. J. Israel, Amasa Roberts, and James E. Reed.

Moore county : Thomas W. Ritter, William J. King, John S. Ritter, R. W.

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