816 THIRTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Cnr 215 216 217 218 21 I i 7 7 9• Aug. 3, 1854. CHAP. CCXV.—An Adjbr the Belief of Marv] ll Gus/ting. Be it enacted the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Awsn-unt for States of Amerzea zn Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the s° “’“"h b°““*Y Interior be and is hereb l thd dd ' mud as J, W,, y, au ·orizc an require to issue to Mary H. Cu,,,,,,g_w,,,,ld Cushing, daughter of John Wamright Cushing, deceased, a soldier of the pzcsgvpxfuvgpg, war of eighteen hundred and twelve, a warrant for so much military ms djs:;,, bounty land as the said John Wainright Cushing would be entitled to Mary receive were he now living. Armzovnn, August 3, 1854. Aug. s, 1854, Cum-. CCXVI.—An Act for the Relief ay` Rebecca Baggerty, widow 4g' David ·—;———- Baggerlg, deceased. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Jyidgwbgaegc- 8'tates of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Integdoffthe pcgmu mor is hereby authorized and required to place the name of Rebecca roll under the Baggcrly, of Lincoln county, Tennessee, widow of David Baggerly, de-
°£,g*;l%7» ceased, who was a soldier and private of the Maryland line in the war of
Marg}, 3, 184%, the Revolution,•on the pension roll, under the acts of July seven, eighteen ch. 102, June 17, hundred and thirty-eight, March third, eighteen hundred and forty-three 1844, ch. 102 · ’ and July 29,* June seventeenth, eighteen hundred and forty-four, and of July twenty- 1848, ch, 120,,,; ninth, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, at the rate of twenty dollars per $22,5;* *:*,3um- annum, the same to be paid, as other pensions have been paid, in pursu- Pance of the provisions of the aforesaid acts. Approved, August 3, 1854. Aug. 8, 1854. CHAP. CCXVIL-An Act jor the Relief of George Mattingly Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United fcoiginislsioppr States of rinzerzca in Congress assembled, That the Commissioner of §’¤l;“t0*g0n';;y·m Public Buildings. be, and he hereby is, authorized to convey to George sn?d M,,,,i,,g,,Q Mattingly and h1S1l€ll;S,ftll the right, title, interest, and estate of the
- }_it:]l;¤,figl;;,c;c. [lmted States of America in and to square numbered four hundred and
to squm ,,,5 in ninety-five on the plat of the city of Washington : Provzded, The said put or city or Mattingly,_or his heirs, shall iirst produce to the said Commissioner of Vi*,';m£°¤· Public- Buildings n certificate of the Secretary of the Treasury that he ' has paid to him, for the United States, the sum of three hundred and eighty-seven dollars and eleven cents, with interest thereon from the twenty-sixth day of July, eighteen hundred and forty-four. Approved, August 3, 1854. Aug. 8, 1854. CHAP. CCXVIII.—An Act for the Relief of Joseph McMinn. I Be tt enacted by the Senate and [muse of Re‘ _ _ presentatwes o the United ,70,,,,,;, Mc- idtates of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretaryéf the Inte- 5,**;: :%;><;)§:£¤· mor be instructed to place the name of Joseph McMinn, upon the pension 5,0,, ,.01,,,,, $4 roll, aridltfo pay him at the rate of four dollars per month during his or month, from natura 1 e, commencinre tho pension from the first da of Januar ganagy 1» 185% eighteen hundred and fiflyfour. y 'Y, ` Approved, August 3, 1854. Aug. 8, 1854. CHA?. CCXIX.—An Act for the Relief of Jesse R. Iaut/cner, of Missouri. Jmok Fulk StBe it enacted tlte Senate and House of Representatives of the United MMO bg Pimaé I atcs of America in Oangress assembled, That the Secretary of the ,,,,:,,,,,,,,, mu, lpterxor be, and he is hereby, required to place the name of the said J esse gonsaigrpcmp, Pjaplkner upon the pension rolls, and cause to be paid to him the sum ,-0,,,,,,, ¤ ro eng t dollars per monthzfor and during the term of his natural life, corpmencing Jappnry fixgt, eighteen hundred and fifty-four. PI‘R()Vl·2D, ugust , 1854.