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TWENTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 49,52,53. 1828. 209 be lawful for said company to pass through any of the reserved squares or open spaces of the city without the consent of Congress. Approved, May 9, 1828. S·r.u·u·n: I. CHAP. XLIX.—¤An Act regulating commercial intercourse with the islands of May 9, 1828, Martinique and Guadaloupe. (a) `?’“‘;ObS0lete‘]“ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representativesof the United French ven-; States ¢y" America, in Congress assembled, That all French vessels ¤¤l=11°°i¤P¤¤S 3:- coming directly from the islands of Martinique and Guadaloupe, and {5;,,%, 2-ugh; laden with articles, the growth or manufacture of either of said islands, tinique and and which are permitted to be exported therefrom in American vessels, G¤é¤<{¤l1°¤P¤;m may be admitted into the ports of the United States on payment of no ;;‘t,c1‘;S°';h”;‘ higher duties on tonnage, or on their cargoes, as aforesaid, than are im- growth; Szc., posed on American vessels, and on like cargoes imported in American nfsitlff ¤*` d vessels: Provided, That if the President of the United States shall, at *;,'jfj;,j,· any time, receive satisfactory information that the privileges allowed to ports Orme American vessels and their cargoes at said islands, by the French ordi- United Stnm. nance of February fifth, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, gl‘¤f:;“‘“ °°“' have been revoked or annulled,he is hereby authorized, by proclamation, p,,,,i,,,_ to suspend the operation of this act, and withhold all privileges allowed under it. Approved, May 9, 1828. S·rA·ru•1·¤ I. CHAP. LII.-—An Act supplementary to “An act to provide for the adjustment of May 15, 1828. claims of persons entitled to indemnification, under thejlrst article ny" the treaty { ""“_""' Ghent,and for the distribution among such claimants, of the sum paid, and to e paid by the Governmentcf Great Britain, under a convention between the United States and his Britannic Majesty, concluded at London, on the thirteenth of November, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-·sio.·," passed on the second day of March, one thousand eight hundredand twenty-seven. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United AN ¤YM¤¤'¤h States of America, in Congress assembled, That the eighth section of 2* ;6' the aforesaid act shall be, and the same is hereby, repealed. tim, repealed_ Sec.2. And be it further enacted, That the commission created by Commissipn the said act, shall not continue after the lirst day of September next. :a;:‘;:°;“;““° Approved, May 15, 1828. ;g28_ P’ '_;` S·r.u·ur1-: I. CHAP. LIIl,—An det for the relief hy certain surviving ohicers and soldiers of May 15, 1828. the army o the revolution. T"""""' Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Each of the States of America, in Congress assembled, That each of the survi- '“"";;.’§1 °m' ving officers of the army of the Revolution in the continental line, who $gi:,,°,,,,;,r°` was entitled to half pay by the resolve of October twenty —first, seventeen army in the canhundred and eighty, be authorized to receive, out of any money in the *i“°'!*°l u”°· *° treasury not otherwise appropriated, the amount of his full pay in said Z?,:;:; ¥:yh?:` line, according to his rank in the line, to begin on the third day of March, rank in the one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, and to continue during his h¤°- natural life: Provided, That, under this act, no officer shall be entitled Proviso. to receive a larger sum than the full pay of a captain in said line. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That whenever any of said oth- M°¤¤X recers has received mone of the United States as a ensioner sin e the °°"°d °"'°° . y . t ’ P ’ , ° March3, 1826, third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, afore- to be deducted. (a) See notes to act of Jan. 7, 1824, ch. 4. z 2