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542 THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. C11. 106, 107, 108, 109. 1858. ¤i§¢d ¤¤d¢¤ M sehooner“Speedwe1l," captured in the Patuxent River by the British xgékgffing naval forces on the twenty~sec0nd of August, eighteen hundred and four. by capture of teen, and which was in the waters and within the territorial jurisdiction

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‘;£Pg:2; of the United States on the seventeenth day of Fehruary, eighteen hun-

$27000- dred and fifteen, the day of the exchange of the rat16cauons of the said V¤!· viii- p- 218- treaty of Ghent, and was carried away out of the said waters and territoriaijurisdiction of the United States, in violation of the said first article of the said treaty; and that the said officers shall ascertain the value of the said schooner “Speedwell," from such proof as may be exhibited to them, within six months from the date of this act, and that the amount so ascertained shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise Pmviso. appropriated: Prm.ride¢L always, That the said amount shall not exceed the sum of two thousand dollars. Approved, June 5, 1858. Juno 6, 1868. Gun. CV'!.-An Ac: for the Rdiq'¢y'Mi¤ajah Brooke. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ _ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Inteit,l§$;J";?'§;5g rior is hereby directed to place the name of Micajah Brooks, of the State p€,,s;0§’m, $4 R of Georgia, on the pension roll, at the rate of four dollars per month, or mouunrrpm Jun- forty-eight dollars per annum, and that he be paid at that rate from the ggfjgg tg 2;**d* Grst day of January, eighteen hundred and fifty; and that said amount paid hjgchildrsn, be paid to said Micajah Brooks, if living; otherwise, to his sur[vi]v- in children. ghrrnovmn, June 5, 1858. June 5, 1858. Cnr. CVH.-—An Act for the Relief of Elizabeth McBrier, only surviving Child and ’_°""`"" Hair of Colonel Archibald Laughzy, deceased. Be it enacted by the Senate and lbuse of Represmtat-ives of the United ,S¢ates of America in Uonyress assembled, That the Secretary of the In- I-·¤¤d _¤¤1‘iP terior be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to issue land scrip in Q"§§:Q°_§°§ct:;s to eighty acre certificates, receivable in payment for public lands at any of igsue to Elizabeth the land-offices in the United States, in favor of Elizabeth McBrier, only Emc£&& surviving child and heir of Colonel Archibald Loughry, deceased, or to her order, for an amount equal to six thousand six hundred and sixty-six acres and two thirds of an acre of land which may be located on land subject to private entry, at one dollar and twenty-Eve cents per acre or less. Approved, June 5, 1858. June 5, 1858. Gun. CVI[L——An Ac! for the Rdiqfcfkichard B. Alexander. Be it enacted lg the Senate and Hozzsc of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting Richard B· A1- officers of the treasury pay, out of any moneys in the treasury not °§?5";‘;g5°f;’: otherwise appropriated, to Richard B. Alexander, late a major in the first horse md mum Tennessee regiment, Mexican war, the sum of two hundred and fifty dol-

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‘ said war. Approved, June 5, 1858. June 5, 1858. CHAP- CIX··-An A6! for Nw  %l alW.1\(;$1shman, jbrmerly an acting Parser _"_"°"`_— In I 5 GU]. Bc it enacted by the Senate and [muse of Representatives of the (Ended Stems of America in Congress assembled, T hat the proper accounting Robert W. officers of the treasury be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed C““hm"“ °° ’°‘ to pay, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to