TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. 1. Ch. 153. 1832. 551 or the United States vested in the corporations of said towns, or which have been set apart for churches or burying grounds by the laws aforesaid, or by any ordinance of the corporate authorities of the said cities. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the title to the lot of ground G,.,,,,, of M in St. Augustine, known as the Old or Burnt Hospital lot, with all its whereou to_ appurtenances, be, and the same is hereby, vested in the mayor of St. $*°°; i’“ii‘ii°8° Augustine, and his successor for ever, in trust, for the purpose of erect- ,,i;~i;d;,i;`:Q°,:°_°°° ing thereon, by the local authorities of St. Augustine, buildings necessary for the education of free white children of both sexes. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the President shall cause the Buildings ssbuildings which may be selected for public purposes under this act, to be i?°“"i f°f P“i" reiitted and repaired fit for use, and the better to preserve them from ruin Q; ,E;;€;?&:; and dilapidation, for which purpose, the sum of five thousand dollars is Appropriation. hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. · Sec. 5. And be zt_]9u·ther enacted, That the President of the United Part ofcertzin States is hereby authorized to dispose of such part of the military reser· iiiiiimy i’°¤¤"¤· vations in the city of Detroit, and upon the river Rouge, in the territory gs? i3`;°° HSE; of Michigan, as in his opinion may not be wanted for the public service, oeeds to be vestand to vest the proceeds inithe purchase or erection of a store-house and ed i¤ the Pm'- wharf in the said city of Detroit, and in the erection of an arsenal in ;°ii;:s°;,.°: 3:;: the vicinity thereof; either upon the public lands or upon a site to be house, whartQ procured for that purpose. and ¤·1‘¤¢¤¤l· Approved, June 28, 1832. Srarvrs I. Curie. CLIlI.—.£n dc! making appropriations far certain internal improvements July 3, 1832. for the year tme thousand eight hundred and thirty-two. " Be it enacted by the Senate umd House af Representatives af the United Appropriations. States ty" America, in Congress assembled, That the following sums be appropriated for the purpose of making the improvements hereinafter enumerated, viz : For removing obstructions to the navigation of Kennebeck river, at Maine. Lovejoy’s Narrows, Maine, including a balance of former appropriations, of two thousand five hundred and seventy-nine dollars and sixty-eight lgupdredths, carried to the surplus fund, two thousand six hundred 0 lars. For repairing Plymouth Beach, Massachusetts, two thousand five hun- Massachusetts. dred dollars. . For further protection and preservation of the Beach at Provincetown, Massachusetts, four thousand six hundred dollars. For deepening the channel through the Pass uu Heron, Alabama, Alabama; being the balance of the appropriation of one thousand eight hundred i828»"i‘~ '3— and twenty-eight, carried to the surplus fund, first January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, six thousand and fifty dollars. For deepening the channel at Pascagoula river, being the balance of the appropriation of one thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, carried to the surplus fund the first of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, fifteen thousand nine hundred dollars. For improving the navigation of the Red river, Louisiana, and Arkan- Louisiana. SBS, being the balance of the appropriation of one thousand eight hun- 1’;é'§“:;”% drcd and twenty-eight, carried to the surplus fund, two thousand six ’' hundred and twenty-eight dollars, and the further sum of twenty thousand dollars. For carrying on the work of the Delaware breakwater, two hundred D¤l¤W¤¤>- and seventy thousand dollars. Cumberland T0 enable the Secretary of War to pay Lucius W. Stockton the road,
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