SEVENTH CONGRESS. SEss.1. Ch. 27, 29,34, 42. 1802. 47 ley, and exported on the fifteenth day of June last, in the ship Enterprize, Captain Hearsy, for Havanna, on full and satisfactory proof being made to the said collector, of the actual quantity of wine in the said pipes, at the time of their being shipped, as aforesaid: Provided, That Qu what conevery other requisite shall have been pursued, agreeably to law, for the d"’°"‘ obtaining the said drawback. - Arenovnn, April 14, 1802. --—. Srnurz I. Cmp. XXVLI.--an naefw the mrtg ty Pano Peay. Avril 14· 1502- Be it enacted, &·c., That there be allowed and paid to Paolo Paoly, a subject of his Danish majesty, or to his lawful attorney, out of any Specific appromoneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of seven P“““°¤· thousand and forty dollars and fifty-five cents, being the amount of damages and costs of suit, awarded by the circuit court of Pennsylvania, in favour of the said Paoly, as owner of the schooner Amphitheatre, against Williarn Maley, commander of the public armed vessel the Experiment, belonging to the United States, for the capture and detention of the said schooner: on condition that the said Paoly, or his lawful attorney, shall cause to be entered on the records of the said circuit court, an acknowledgment of his receipt of the sum aforesaid, in full satisfaction of the judgment rendered against the said Maley in the premises. Approved, April 14, 1802. ...;. Sururs I. crm. xxix.-an aczfw me relief if Lewis Tamara. AP111 21» 1802- Be it enacted, @0,, That the secretary of the treasury be, and he is hereby authorized to pay to Lewis Tousard, latc lieutenant-colonel, com- Allowance to mandant of the second regiment of artillerists and engineers, out of any L0W1¤T¤11¤¤1d· money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of six hundred and seventy-five dollars and fifty-five cents, being in full payment and adjustment, and to be considered as a final settlement of all ac-· counts between the United States and the said Lewis Tousard, except only the pay and emoluments due to him by the paymaster of the regiment lately under his command: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to sanction the conduct of any person who has made advances of money not authorized by law. Approved, April 21, 1802. ··—· Srarurra I. CHAP. XXX1V.—-—./2n ./Yctfor the relief of Thcodosius Fowler. Ap1il29, 1802. Be it enacted, (Src., That the comptroller of the treasury be, and he is hereby authorized and required to cause to be discontinued the suit sui; against now pending in the circuit court of the district of New York, in the gk9g00s1H; name of the United States, against Thcodosius Fowler, for moneys diggloligggcdd charged to him on the books of the treasury as advanced or paid on account or in consequence of a contract entered into by him with the Secretary of the Treasury on the twenty-eighth day of October, one thousand seven hundred and ninety, and that the said Theodosius Fowler be, and hereby is, discharged from the said demand. Ammovnn, April 29, 1802. Sryrurs 1. CHAP. XLII.——An Act to empower John James Dufour, and his associates, to pur- May 1, 1802. chase certain lands. "_'*—""‘ Be it enacted, rye., That to encourage the introduction, and to pro- Terms upon mote the culture of the vine within the territory of the United States, whgch John r_ north-west of the river Ohio, it shall be lawful for John James Dufour, Dufopr Md his and his associates, to purchase any quantity not exceeding four sections ;f;‘;‘If;‘;Sc’;‘r‘fY of the lands of the United States, lying between the Great Miami river mg,] iam3S_
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