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510 THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 129, 130, 131, 132. 1857. March 3, 1857. Gun. CXXIX.-An Act jor the &Zief of James D. Johnston. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Jgmgg 1g__;,,;,,,,,. States of America in Congress assembled, That James D. Johnston, g,

      • 9 °°l¤¤Y¤9 cs}'- lieutenant in the navy of the United States, shall be entitled to a credit, in

5;'0§;°;l}°m hm the settlement at the treasury of his accounts as naval storekeeper and acting purser of the storeship Fredonia, stationed in the harbor of Valparaiso, Chile, during the years eighteen hundred and fifty-three, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and eighteen hundred and fifty-five, of the sum of two thousand and forty-three dollars and eighty cents; the said allowance to be in full for losses of public property stolen or embezzled from said vessel during the time he was in command of her. Approved, March 3, 1857. March 3, 1357, Czar. CXXX.-An Act jbr the Relief of Robert S. WG`mberly. Be it enacted by the Senate and Ezuse of Representatives of the United Robert S. Wim- States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the btggd "° b°th Interior be and he is hereby directed and required to place the name of g,,,,,,,,,, ,2),% at $g Robert S. Wimberly, of the State of Georgia, upon the roll of invalid per month from pensions; and pay to him, from the first day of December, eighteen hun- Hé? 1* 18*-’5· f°’ dred and fifty-Eve, eight dollars per month, from thence during his (the said Wimber1y’s) natural life, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, March 3, 1857. March 3, 1857. CHAP. CXXXI.—An Act jbr the Relief tgagiseph Irish, Wdliam Sturgis, and Barthoro- """"""" mem wm. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United -T¤¤§Ph Irish, States of America in Congress assembled, That Joseph Irish be and he gT,h0fg;,€,*:;“d is hereby authorized to enter the northwest quarter of section thirty-six, Baldwin, each township twenty-eight, range twenty-two; that William Sturgis be and he °°:h°“i:d, {0 d is hereby authorized to enter the east half of the northeast quarter, and the §x;£;:,,;,l,,l;__9'n northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section thirty-·six, in township thirty-five north, of range thirty west, containing one hundred and sixty acres ; that Bartholomew Baldwin be and he is hereby authorized to enter the southeast quarter of section thirty-six, township twenty-seven, range twenty-two, upon payment by said Joseph Irish, William Sturgis, and Bartholomew Baldwin, of the usual minimum of one dollar and twenty-Eve cents per acre; and the Commissioner of the General Land-Oiiice is directed to issue patents on said entries. Other school Sec. 2. And be it furtlwr enacted, That the superintendent of public {::3;, l°,ub‘},€;°' schools in the Territory of Minnesota is hereby authorized to select, in thereof equal amounts, other lands in said territory for the use of public schools, in lieu of the lands herein granted. Ar-rnovnn, March 3, 1857.

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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ,°I,f:“lg£f,*;‘;;*" States of America in Congress assembled, That the name of Henry pension mu ,,,58 Stewart be placed on the roll of invalid pensioners, at the rate of eight gw m011th, from dollars per month, commencing the first of December, eighteen hundred m?' 1* 1855* f°” and fifty-five, and to continue during his natural life. Approved, March 3, 1857.