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468 THIRTY—FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 134, 135, 136, 137, 138. 1856. Proviso in case eighteen hundred and fifty-five, for five years Provided, That in case of Pf h" dimh °*‘ her death or intermarriage before the expiration of the five years atommt°m°m°°g°' said, then the half-pay shall enure to his children under sixteen years of age for the balance of the term. Approved, August 18, 1856. Aug. 18, 1856. Can-. CX.XXIV.—An Act granting a Revolutionary Pension to Sam}: Blount. S ». BI » S B" ‘7'L1"“”l °’ ”'°é~S°"“'° “""’ Hitsé ‘?¥£$’Z’{f§eifflifidflitgllif im 011** tates 0 mertca in angress assem e * ‘ — zgfzegggid rg; rior be, and he is hereby directed to place the name of. Sarah Blount, at $20 per an- widow of John Blount, deceased, a soldier of the Revolution, on the roll {fum jc; Hgh of revolutionary pensioners, and pay her the sum of twenty dollars per 1?éii_ u y ’ annum, from the fourth of July, eighteen hundred and thu·ty-six, during her natural life. Approved, August 18, 1856. Aug. 18, 1856. Gun. CXXXV.—An Actfqgznting ¢;uP2s;•;L;?tdN¢Z¤cy M. Gunsally,formerlg Widow 1-—-—— o man . , eecased. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United N. W. Gunsal- States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the In- ?(R§"h"5°“d)t° terior be, and he is hereby directed to place the name of Nancy M. Gungngggs I-Jill at sally, formerly the widow of Lyman M. Richmond, deceased, upon the gw PGY ¤¤¤¤m» roll of pensioners of the United States, and pay her at the rate of ninety- §°;`n?f'°§;’9f'°m six dollars per annum, for five years from the first day of January, Anno ° Domini eighteen hundred and forty-nine. APPROVED, August 18, 1856. Aug- 18, 1866- Cusr. CXXXVI.-—An Act for the of Francis A. Gibbons and Francis X.

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Be it enacted by the Senate and Ihnse of Representatives of the United Paymenhto p_ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the A- Gibbons and Treasury be and he hereby is directed, out of any money m the treas- €{m§}]§‘°1}f' h?' ury not otherwise appropriated, to pay to Francis A. Gibbons and Branhouses in (isn. cis X. Kelly, the sum of thirty-one thousand one hundred and ninety f°'¤i** wd 0*`°· dollars and fifty-four cents, in full for the balance due them, under their g°°' contract with the United States for the building of lighthouses in California and Oregon. Approved, August 18, 1856. Aug- 18, 186% CHAP. CXXXVII.—An Act for the Relicfof the Heirs of Jabe: B. Rooker, deceased. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Accounts ofJa· States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting {fz ;tg&’k°:;3 officers of the treasury, be directed to settle and adjust the accfouptsbpf sd" t d. Jabez B. Rooker deceased late clerk to the Commissioner 0 u ic use Buildings, and to’allow at the rate of nine hundred dollar; per anputn; for the time he was actually employed in said service su sequent y Payment to be the third day of March, eighteen hundred and forty-three ; and that the ';¥”·€’° wall; ““"' amount so found due, after deducting all sums paid to him for his services mug c i m` during said period, be paid to the surviving children of said Rooker, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, August 18, 1856. A¤g· 18, 1856- Curr. CXXXVIII.-—An Act for the Rclic_fcf.khn H. Scranton and James M. Hunt. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives 1y' the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Trcns·