11S TWELFTH CONGRESS. Sess.II. Ch.29,41,46, 49. 1813. Thomas Harwood; and that the amount due be paid to the said John Murray, out of any moucy in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Appnovmn, February 25, 1813. Snrurs I1. "'_'“ Feb. 25. 1813- Cine. XXIX.-Jln dal for the relief of Royal Uunverce. i"`-` Be it enacted, qc., That Royal Converce, now imprisoned in the
town of Burlington, in the county of Chittenden, and district of Vermont. mont, shall be, and is hereby released and discharged from all claim
and demand of the United States, to or upon a certain judgment or sentence, before the circuit court of the second circuit of the United States, began and holden at Rutland, within and for the said district of Vermont, on the third day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve, recovered or rendered, for the sum of five hundred and twenty-eight dollars, with costs, at their suit, for importing into the United States, to wit: into the said Vermont district, certain goods, wares, and merchandise, contrary to law. Approved, February 25, 1813. Snrun II. """“' Mm,ch3,1B13_ Cup, XLI.—An Acl auihwzzzngpzrfngjgmrge ofDanzelI}_§1dzkefrom lm rm,. To be released Be it enacted, &c., That Daniel Updike, of North Kingstown, in the from imprison- county of Washington, and state of Rhode Island, now confined in ¤¤>¤¤· prison in said county, on a judgment obtained against him in favor of the United States, be discharged from his imprisonment: Provided, however, That he shall first assign and convey all the estate, real or personal, which he may now own or be entitled to, to some person or persons, for the use and benefit of the United States, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, for the purpose of satisfying said judgment: And provided, also, That any estate, real or personal, which the said Daniel Updike may hereafter acquire, shall be liable to be taken in satisfaction of said judgment, in the same manner as if he had not been imprisoned and discharged. Avraovnn, March 3, 1813. Sn·ru·rs II. _ _ Much 3, 18,3. Crue. XLVI. —An Act for the relzqf of Washzngton Lee.
Be it enacted, &c., That the proper accounting officer of the Departmy ohjudgc ment of War be, and he is hereby, directed to allow to Washington Lee,
advocate. now a captain in the army of the United States, in the settlement of his account as judge advocate for the southern department of the army, from the nineteenth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and ten, until the sixth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and twelve, the same compensation which is provided for judge advocates, when taken from the line, by an act passed the eleventh day of Janu- 1819, ch. 14.. ary, one thousand eight hundred and twelve, entitled “An act to raise an additional military force." Approved, March 3, 1813. Snrurx I1. `—"" March 3, mm Cum. XLIX.-An Aclfor the rcl·iefqfLe·wis Clmoheric. ·;$E Be it enacted, &·c., That the proper officers of the Treasury Departhis lewizes as ment be, and they are hereby authorized and required to pay to Lewis translator. Chacherie the additional sum of fourteen hundred dollars, in consideration of his services as translator of the French and Spanish languages, to the board of commissioners for the western land district of the territory of Orleans, now state of Louisiana, which shall be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Armovnn, March 3, 1813.