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374 FORTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 115, 116, 119, 120. 1868. June 25, 1868. CHAP. CXV. —An Ad increasing the Pension of Susan A. Mitchell. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Y¢¤¤i°P *0 s¤· States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the In- °°°A' Ml°°b°u` terior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the pension rolls, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension laws, the name of Susan A. Mitchell, mother of Lieutenant Leander F. Alley, late of company I, twentieth Massachusetts regiment volunteer infantry, as the mother of a. second lieutenant, in lieu of the pension she is now receiving. Approved, June 25, 1868. J¤¤¤ 25. 1669- CHAP. CXVI. -— An Act to place the Name of Josephine K. Bugher on the Pension Rolls. Be it enacted by the Senate and [buss of Representatives of the United P¢¤¤§<>¤ ¤¤ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the In- ‘£‘f§,§’;‘;"" K‘ terior be authorized and directed to place the name of Josephine K. i Bugher, of Missouri, on the pension rolls, at the rate of twenty dollars per month, commencing on the first day of August, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, as the widow of Captain William J. Bugher, subject to the limitations and provisions of the pension laws. Approved, June 25, 1868. July Bi H"- CHAP. CXIX. — An Actjbr the Rely ¢y" the Widow and Children of Colonel James A. M igandeccased. Preamble. `Wlierees James A. Mulligan on the fifteenth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, was mustered into the service of the United States as colonel of the twenty-third Illinois infantry, known as the “Irish brigade]? marched to the front in July, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, and from that time, (excepting two months when a prisoner of war,) was actively engaged in the military service of the republic against armed rebels until he fell on the battle-field of Wiriclxester, the twenty-sixth day 0f July, eighteen hundred and sixty-four; and whereas during two years of that military service he was assigned to the command of brigades and divisions, and performed the duties of brigadier and major general, but received only the pay of si colonel; and whereas the widow and children of the said Colonel James A. Mulligan are justly entitled to, and need for their support, the amount of pay which he would have received if he had been commissioned according to his respective commands in the field; Now, theretbre, in consideration of the premises, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Pqyment to States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of tlie ]l£l"""'_:,&‘:l‘;,. Treasury be, and is hereby, directed to pay to Marian Mulligan, widow 50g3mi James of said Colonel James A. Mulligan, the sum of five thousand dollars, to be A- M¤lllS¤¤· paid out of the money appropriated {br the pay of the army. Approved, July 3, 1868. July 8, 1868. CHAP. CXX.—An Act jbr the Relfqfzf Albert Grant. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Payment to States of America in Congress assembled, That there be, and is hereby, All’°"" G"““*· appropriated, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of thirty thousand dollars to Albert Grant, in full satisfaction of all demands against the United States on account of the construction of buildings numbered twenty-nine, thirty. and thirty-one, at the Norfolk navy yard, by Albert Grant and H. A. Pierce, who were partners, doing business under the name and style of A. Grant and Company. Ammovmn, July 3, 1868.