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FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 887. 1902. 233 On the vessel schooner Three Friends, Samuel Miller, master, c,£;',°,Q'_‘j’],0,,}§‘,‘{ff;;,!,*°" namely: statute: ···rhie¤ Edward N. Dingley, administrator de bonis non, and so forth, of F"°"d°' gVi{liam Nickels, deceased, one thousand three hundred and sixty-nine ol ars. ' Isaac F. Thompson, administrator of Robert Thompson, deceased, one thousand three hundred and sixty-nine dollars. David Chamberlain, administrator de bonis non of Samuel Miller, deceased, one thousand three hundred and sixty-nine dollars. On the brig Industry, James Very, master, namely: B*"•!"I¤°'¤'="Y·" Henry C. Prentiss, administrator of the estate of Isaac White, deceased, four thousand seven hundred and twentyieight dollars and two cents. Nathaniel Very, administrator of the estate of James Very, deceased, one thousand and fifty-seven dollars and sixty-seven cents. On the vessel brig Sally, Samuel Wells, master, namely: Bri: "S¤11y·" Geor G. Sill, administrator de bonis non of Thomas Sanford, deceased? six thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars and thirty- seven cents.' On the brig Good Intent, Oliver C. Blunt, master, namely: B¤'l8"G<>°di¤*¤¤-" Thomas Scott, administrator of the estate of Mark Simes, deceased, two thousand and twenty dollars. Frederick P. Jones, administrator of the estate of Martin Parry, deceased, two thousand and twenty dollars. ()n the schooner Ariel, John Compton, master, namely: S°l¤°°¤°*"A**°*·" VVilliam Woodyear, administrator of the estate of Jeremiah Yellott, deceased, two thousand and seventeen dollars. __ __ On the schooner Polly, Charles Ellms, master, namely: S°l‘°°“°' P°‘l" Seth P. Snow, administrator of Crowell Hatch, deceased, seven hundred and eleven dollars and thirt -eight cents. Edward E. Ellms, administrator ofy William Vinal, junior, deceased, three hundred and seventy-five dollars and twenty-one cents. Edward E. Ellms, administrator of Lemuel \ inal, deceased, three hundred and seventyfive dollars and twenty-three cents. Edward E. Ellms, administrator of Charles Ellms, deceased, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars and forty~five cents. ‘ On the schooner Hiizard, Thomas Childs, master, namely: S°h°°“°"'““”"'·" Lowell P. Haskell, administrator of Thomas Johnston, junior, deceased, one thousand three hundred and fifty-six dollars and twenty- five cents. Lowell P. Haskell, administrator of George Sproul, deceased, one thousand five hundred and twenty dollars an twenty-five cents. Lowell P. Haskell, administrator of William Spronl, deceased, one thousand three hundred and fifty-six dollars and twenty~live cents. Charles Francis Adams, junior, administrator of Peter C. Brooks, deceased, six hundred dollars. On the snow or brigantine Eliza, Ephraim Perkins, master, namel : B"8°°“°° "E“¤·" Theodore Moody, administrator of Joseph Moody, deceased, eight hundred and twentyeiight dollars. Robert Codman, a ministrator of Williain Gray, deceased, six thousand dollars. On the sloop Cornelia, Burr Thorp, master, namely: S\¤<>:>··¤<>r¤»¤i¤:’ F enelon Hubbell, administrator 0 Richard Hubbell, deceased, two thousand two hundred and thirty dollars. Provided, Imweoer, That an French spoliation claim appropyiated ming or ,n_ for in this Act shall not be paidv if held by assignment or owned y any mmuce coixgpanies insurance company. But this shall not apply to any claim of a class “‘}§§2.§,°{,',}'Q,_ ‘ heretofore paid under the Act approved L arch third, eighteen hun- V°*·’°·P-*’°"· dred and ninety-one, entitled "An-Act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the fisca year ending June