532 TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Ssss. I. Ch. 130. 1832. Srkruzm I. June 15» 1832- CHAP. CXXX.—An Jctfor the re-appropriation of certain unexpended balance.; - [Obsolete_] of fcrrmer agyroprialzons ; and for other purposes. Certain unex- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatwes of the Ditited P°¤d°db¤l?¤<>€¤ States of America, in Congress assembled, That the following Sums, being '°'°PP'°pmt°d‘ unexpended balances of former appropriations, be, and the same are hereby, reappropriated to the original objects of their appropriation, specifically, namely : For the expense of visits of Indian deputations to the seat of government, three hundred and ninety-four dollars and forty-two cents. For expenses incurred by the marshal of Michigan territory, in prosecuting Winnebago prisoners, one hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty-eight cents. For carrying into edeet the treaty with the Florida Indians, according 1824, ch. 151. to the act of twenty-sixth May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty- four, one hundred and ninety-five dollars. For carrying into effect the Creek treaty, according to the appropria- 1826, ch. 148. tion to that effect in the act of twenty-second May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, and the re-appropriation of the balance thereof, by the act of second, one thousand eight hundred and twenty- nine, ten thousand seven hundred and forty-five dollars and ten cents. For compensation to Cherokee emigrants from Georgia, according to 1829, eh. 50. the act of second March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, ten thousand five hundred and fifty-one dollars and thirty cents. For carrying into effect the treaty with the Pattawatamies, by act of 1829, eh. 50. second March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, eight hundred and sixty-five dollars and ninetyrtwo cents. For compensation for improvements abandoned by the Cherokees of 1829,ch. 50. Arkansas, by act of second March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, seventeen thousand five hundred and forty-one dollars and thirty-three cents. 1829, ch. 50. For provisions for the Quapaws, by act of second March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, one thousand dollars. 1828, ch. 47. For aiding certain Creeks in their removal, by act of ninth May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, six hundred and four dollars and three cents. For extinguishment of the title of the Delaware Indians to their reser- 1829,¢h· 50- vation in Ohio, by act of second March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, one thousand four hundred and eighty-seven dollars and sixty-seven cents. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of one thousand dollars, heretofore appropriated for contingent expenses of the topographical AMC, p_ wg bureau by the act making appropriations for the support of government for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, be, and the same is hereby, transferred and appropriated to the contingent expenses of the office of the chief engineer for the same year. That the following sum be, and the same is hereby appropriated : For defraying the expenses of the Wyandott delegation to the city of Washington, in January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, four hundred dollars; and for defraying the expenses of the Cherokee delegation, west of the Mississippi, now in the city of Vlfashington, seven hundred and seventy-two dollars. r11am3s militia, Sec. 3. And be Mfurther enacted, That for the purpose of paying the &¤· militia of the state of Illinois called into the service of the United States by competent authority, and for paying the expenses incurred in defending the frontier from a recent invasion by several bands of hostile Indians, and including the pay of the militia legally called out for the same purpose irom the neighbouring states and territories, three hundred thousand dollars, if so much be necessary, be, and the same is hereby, appro-
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