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508 THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 89, 122, 123, 124. 1857. Mm-ch 8, 1857. Can. LXXXIX.-An Act for the Relief of Jedediah H Lathrop and his Sureeies, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represenlative: of the United Jedediah H. States of America in Congress assembled, That Jedediah H. Lathrop and L"·thl°P ¤¤d M5 his sureties be and they are hereby released from the judgments recovered

$}*€;,;§j§g*°d against them by the United States, at the October term, eighteen hundred

judgments. and fifty-six, of the circuit court for the District of Columbia, in the sum of seven thousand nine hundred and fifty-seven dollars and twenty-ve cents, and interest thereon from the twenty-third day of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, upon the official bond of said Jedediah H. Lathrop, as navy agent at the city of Washington, in said District: Provided, Pagiosw **0 b° said Lathrop and his sureties shall pay all costs accrued on the said ' "u ments. J frrnovzn, March 3, 1857. March 3, 1857. CHAI. CXXII.-—-An Act for the Relief of William L. Davidson. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting officers of the treasury be and they are hereby directed to ascertain and Half-pay to allow to William L. Davidson, for himself and the other children of $;Ld'°‘b,?§idg§g• Lieutenant-Colonel William Davidson, of the North Carolina line, in the lufxill. continental army of the United States, who was killed in battle on the first of February, seventeen hundred and eighty—0ue, at C0wan’s ford, on the Catawba River, the amount of the half-pay for seven years of the said Colonel Davidson, as a 1ieutenant—c0lonel of infantry. The said sum of money, when ascertained, to be paid, without interest, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, and to be in full of all claims which the children of the said William Davidson may have against the United States under the resolution of Congress of the twenty-fourth 0f August, seventeen hundred and eighty. Approved, March 3, 1857. March 3, 1857. CHAP. CXX1`II.·-—An Act jbr the Relief of Commander John L. Saunders. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Payment to Treasury be and he is hereby authorized and directed to pay to Comgg;'} L' S““”` mander John L. Saunders, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, ten dollars a day from ninth of September, eighteen hundred and forty-five, to sixteenth of September, eighteen hundred and forty-five, both inclusive, in full compensation for entertaining on board the ship St. Mary’s, Colonel John C. Eldridge, whilst a bearer of despatches from Pensacola to Aransas, in September, eighteen hundred and 0rty~five. A1>1>1z0vm>, March 3, 1857. March 3, 1857. Can. CXHV.—An Act to authorize Issue ¢y" Register to the Bark "Ann Elizabeth." Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Uongress assembled, That there shall be issued, Registry to under directions of the Secretary of the Treasury, a certificate of regis- E:;‘;°,E‘;;;‘§B:’,f’k try for the bark "Ann Elizabeth," a, vessel built in the United States, but ` wrecked in the waters of the British West Indies, sold to British subjects, and afterwards repaired within the United States, and purchased and now owned by William Cummings and Thomas A. Norgrave, of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, whenever the said Cummings