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470 THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess.I. Ch. 142,]43,144, 145,146. 1856. Pmviao vided, The per diem allowance shall not exceed that paid to General Wilkinson, nor be less than that of the secretary to the commission for their extra. services while they were engaged in the same service. Approved, August 18, 1856. Aug. 18, 1856. CHAP: CXLII.—An Acijbr the Reliegfof John Tucker. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United rg, mem to States of America in Congress assembled, That: the Secretary of War J°h¤ }1:¤¤k¤r· cause to be paid to John Tucker, of Florida, the amount to which he would have been entitled under the act cniitlcd “An act providing pay- ment for certa.in military services in Florida," approved March third, one 1845, ch. 64. thousand eight hundred and forty-fivc, had his name appeared upon the V¤1- V- P- 745· roll as a. private in Major Isaac Gm·mson’s command. A1>r1{0v1·;1>. August 18, 1856. Aug 18, 1856_ Gun-. CXIJIII.-An Act for the Reliqf of James Davidson, of Kentucky. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United pension of yas_ States of America in Congress assembled, Thai: in licu of the pension now Davidson to be paid to James Davidson of Kentucky, the Secretary of the Interior be, g_°H£:" ”‘°“*h and he is hereby authorized and directed to pay to said James Davidson twenty dollars per month from the day his present pension commenced, for and during his natural life. APPROVED, August 18, 1856. Aug 18’1856_ CHA?. OXLIV.—An Act for tim Relief of Isaac Cock and others. Be it enacted by the Senate and fbuse of Representatives of the United payment to [_ States of America in Congress assemblei That the Secretary of the Treas- Qc0k, B- A- Na- ury be, and he is hereby directed to pay to Isaac Cook, B. A. Napier £;§":;dtg;§_hiL?: and Pelatiah Shepard, or the legal representatives of such of them as spehive execu- may be deceased, the sum of two hundred dollars, out of any money in WS, &¤· the treasury not otherwise appropria,ted, in full for the use of the schooner Tempest, belonging to them and impressed by Major J. G. Camp, in the month of September, Anno Domini eighteen hundred and fourteen. Armzovmn, August 18, 1856. Aug_ 18, 1g5g_ CHAP- CXLV-—An Actjbr the Reliqf of Franck Taylor. _"“`—°“ Be it enacted I4] the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Repaymentto States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Franck Taylor. Treasury be, and he is hereby authorized and directed to pay out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Franck Taylor, of the city of Washington, the amounts of duties paid by or for him to the collectors of the ports of New York and Philadelphia, upon importations of quills, by or 'for him during the years eighteen hundred and fifty- three, eighteen hundred aud fifiy-four, and eighteen hundred and fifty- ?¤>viS¤· five: Provided, said quills shall have been imported and delivered at the navy yard of the United States, in Washington city, in pursuance of any contract with, or orders from, the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography of the United States. APPROVED, August 18, 1856. Aug 18’1856_ CHAP. CXLVI.—An Act for the { the I¥qresentatives and Surelies of Robert Be it enacted by the Senate and .Hbusc of Representatives of the United &atcs of America in Congress assembled, That the district attorney of