rules and regulations, with the reasons therefor, to the then next session of Congress.
Approved, May 19, 1828.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, to wit: For the completion of the Cumberland road, continued to Zanesville, compilation in the state of Ohio, one hundred and seventy-tive thousand dollars: (a) of C¤¤¤b¤¤’l¤¤d which said sum of money shall be replaced out of the fund reserved, for '°°d’ &°' laying out and making roads, under the direction of Congress, by the several acts passed for the admission of the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri into the Union, on an equal footing with the original states. To complete the removal of obstructions at the mouth of Grand river, R¤¤¤¢>)’¤l of in the state of Ohio, nine thousand one hundred and thirty-five dollars g_l;S,:‘g’;‘;'5s and eleven cents. mc.-, To complete the removal of obstructions at the mouth of Huron river, Rcmoynl of in the state of Ohio, four thousand four hundred and thirteen dollars and ,‘?b'"“°t‘°“' . rom Huron 1.1Il".y·i'1V€ COHIS. river, To complete the erection of piers, at the mouth of Dunkirk harbour, 'Piers at Duriin the state of New York, six thousand dollars. MK :;:;"`;.“;;n To complete the construction of the road from Detroit to Maumee, 1,,,,,,,,, to 1;;,,,,, tive thousand nine hundred dollars. mee. To continue the road from Detroit to Chicago, as far as the boundary Road n·¤m_ line of the state of Indiana, eight thousand dollars. D°*’°’* *° CM To pay a balance due the commissioners for laying out a road from °”'$Q°},,l,mc,, Detroit to Saganaw river and bay, and a road from Detroit to Fort Gra- due for laying tiot, in the territory of Michigan, three hundred and two dollars and °¤* ‘* '°*d» Swsixty-nine cents. To complete the building of two piers at the mouth of Oswego har- T“’° Pi°'1_°·* bout, in the state of New York, authorized by an act of Congress, ap- g‘:w';‘g:°,:',; proved the twentieth [second] of M archlast, entitled "An act to authorize acm-, the improving of certain harbours, the building of piers, and for other Mt °fM¤*¤b purposes," nine thousand five hundred and eighty-three dollars and thirty- 2* I827* °h‘ 4G' nine cents.(b) For deepening the channel of entrance, into the harbour of Presque Deepening Isle, six thousand two hundred and twenty-three dollars and eighteen ;:;:h;;‘:°lu° cents. Isla. sq For completing the removal of obstructions at the mouth of Ashta- Removal of hula creek, Ohio, two thousand four hundred and three dollars and fifty 2l;:;:,;’_:;:““ ‘“ (wigs- _ _ _ creek, Ohio. or completing the removal of obstructions at the mouth of Cunning- Remoyu of ham creek, Ohio, one thousand five hundred and seventeen dollars and "‘ SBVOIIIY-SlX cents. crack, §)hi0_ For removing obstructions to the navigation of Kennebec river, at 1temoying_ Lovejoy’s Narrows, by removing the half tide and other rocks, in addition ‘;’s*-'“'i)“°“§ m to the appropriation of last session, three thousand five hundred dollars. °m°° °°r"°r' For preserving and securing the lighthouse on the Brandywine Shoal, Lighthou e on in the bay of Delaware, ten thousand dollars. B};¤¤fiYWi¤¤ For defraying the expenses incidental to making examinations and ° ?:c,den,dex_ surveys, under the act of thirtieth April, one thousand eight hundred and penses,&:c. (a) Notes of the acts which have passed relating to the Cumberland road, vol. ii. 357. (b) This act was passed on the 2d March, l827.