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FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 773-777. 1890. 1235 pension laws, the name of William A. Thomas, late private Company , Sixty-first Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry, and pay him a pension equivalent to that paid for the loss of an arm, in lieu of the pension he is now receiving. Approved, August 15, 1890. CHAP. 'l'I4.—An act increasing the pension of Samuel D. Pitcher. August 15, 1890. Be tt enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary Samuel 1;. mom:. of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to in- *’°“‘*°" “““'°“°‘· crease the pension now allowed and being paid to Lieutenant Samuel D. Pitc er, late a lieutenant in Captain John Loyall’s troop of Georgia Mounted Volunteers in the war with Mexico, to twenty-five dollars per month, and that the sum of twenty-five dollars nper month _ be paid to said Lieutenant Samuel D. Pitcher, in lieu of e pension now allowed. Approved, August 15, 1890. CHAP. 115.-An act for the relief ot John S. Dill. August 15, mw. Be it enacted by the Senate and. House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary John som. of the Interior be, and is, authorized and directed to place on the “”"*°“ `on—roll the name of John S. Dill, late a private in Jonathan Mayds company, First Regiment Illinois Volunteers, in the Black Hawk war, and allow him a pension at eight dollars per month Approved, August 15, 1890. CHAP. 'l'I6.—An act for the relief of Mrs. Angeline Green. August 15, imo. Be tt enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the _ United States 0£America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary Angeline cmu. of the Interior e, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place Y°'““‘°"· upon the pension—ro1l, suléject to the provisions and limitations of the pension laws the name o Mrs. Angeline Greene, dependent mother of Edwin S urgin, late of Company C, Twenty-seventh Indiana Volunteers; Alldxander Greene, of omcpany , Seventy-third Indiapa Volunteers, and Allen Greene of ompany D of the Sixty-seven h Indiana Volunteers, and William Greene, of Company C of the Twent ·seventh Indiana Volunteers, and Alfred Greene, of Company M of 'Iywenty-nrst Indiana Infantry Volunteers. Approved, August 15, 1890. CHAP. 777.-An act for the relief of George W. Hutchison. August 15, im. Be it enacted by the Senate and House og Representatires of the United States o£€America in Congress assent led, That the Secretary G,,,,,g,,w_Hm,,,,m of the Interior , and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place P¤¤¤*·>¤- upon the pension-roll, subject to thpvprovisions and limitations of the nsion laws, the name of George . Hutchison, a dependent son of gghn W. Hutchison, late a private of Company G, Twenty-seventh Indiana Volunteers, and pay him, through his legally constituted guardian, a pension at the rate of eighteen dollars per month. Approved, August 15, 1890.