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THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Suse. I. Ch. 62, 63, 64, 66, 67. 1856. 453 Cnn. LXII.—An Ad jbr the Relief g` Captain J P. Hatch, of the Zbzited States July 17, 1856. Why. __—-__'--_- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the accounting officers of AU9W¤¤<=¤ of the treasury, in the settlement of the accounts of Captain J. P. Hatch, f?g’,;‘t_“j’f";{"°° of the United States Army, be and they are hereby directed to allow Hatch. to his credit the sum of six hundred and ten dollars, the amount lost by him whilst the recruiting officer at Cleveland, on the twenty-fifth day of October, eighteen hundred and fifty-four. APPROVED, July 17, 1856. Cx-nr. LX.III.—An Adfvr the Rolt}é`h<g)`ptl;;: s;E£presm2tatives of Captain Joseph H July 17, 1856. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That in the settlement of the Q¤P¤· J- H- accounts of the late Captain Joseph H. Wliipple, the accounting officers ggéggxycgi be authorized and directed to pass to his credit the sum of twelve hun- tain amount in di-ed and ninety-eight dollars and three cents, or so much thereof as, in his **°°°“¤”- the opinion_of the Secretary of War, was properly expended by him on account of " barracks at Turkey River,” and that the amount due on such settlement, if any, be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. APPROVED, July 17, 1856. CHAP. LXIV.—An Act for the Relief of Jacob Price, of Jejerson County, Virginia. July 17, 1856, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Inte- J=¤<>¤b P¤‘i<=¤ W rior cause the name of Jacob Price, of Jefferson County, Virginia, to be b;£lQ‘;°d,;’Q placed on the pension roll at four dollars per month, during the term of $4 per month for his natural life, commencing the first day of January, one thousand eight £`gkf'°m JM- 1» hundred and fifty-four. ' APPROVED, July 17, 1856. Cuu. LXVI.—An Act to authorize the Entry of certain Lands in the State of Iowa by July 30, 1856. Mrs. Caroline Newington. ""é"""‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Mrs. Caroline Newington Mrs. Carolina be and she is hereby authorized to enter, at the proper land-office, in the Zggu State of Iowa, the east half of section seven and the west half of section swam limes in eight, in township ninety-six north of range nine west, situated in the I°WthWl*hi¤ Six State of Iowa, upon payment to the receiver of the proper land-office one mm s` dollar and twenty-five cents per acre: Provided, That said entry shall be made within six months after the passage of this act. APPROVED, July 30, 1856. CHAP. LXVII.—An Act jbr the Relief of Elizabeth VZ Lomax, only surviving Child of July 30, 1856. Captain l¤Villiam Londsay, of the Revolution. """""""" Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting Elk- V- Lv; officers of the treasury be and they are hereby required to pay to Eliza- §`g“§,,g° L’;,£g';,_ beth V. Lomax the sum of five thousand six hundred and seventy-five roirs cit ppnsion dollars, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated; the £l;n(££”· lusame being the arrears of pension due Captain William Lindsay, from the y' first of October, seventeen hundred and seventy-eight, to the first of September, seventeen hundred and ninety-seven. APPROVED, July 30, 1856. VOL. xr. PP1v.—-60