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THIRTEENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 83, 86, 88, 89. 1814. 143 S·u·ru·rs II. Cun. LXXXII1.—-An Act for the relief of Jervis Cutler. April 18, 1814. Be it enacted, ¢$·c., That the proper accounting officers be, and they Allowed P - - . _ W are hereby authorized to settle and adjust the account of Jervis Cutler, or a eapzam. late a captain in the army of the United States, and to allow him the pay and emolument of a captain, from the third of March until the 6f- teenth of June, one thousand eight hundred and nine. Amuzoven, April 18, 1814. """"" S·rn·u·rs I1. CHA?. LXXXVI.-—An Act for the relief of John Pitchlyn. April 18, 1814. Be it enarted, Qc., That the proper accounting officers of the depart- Compensation ment of war be, and they are hereby authorized and required, to settle for services as and adjust the account of John Pitchlyn, late an interpreter for the “‘ i“*°’P'°"°’· Choctaw Indians, and to allow him a reasonable compensation for his services from the first of February, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-six, until the third of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine, the amount whereof shall be paid out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Aernovnn, April 18, 1814. —···- Srnrvrs 11. Czar. LXXXVII1.—./fn Act for the renewal of a land warrant to George April 18, 1814. Shannon. Ti Be it enacted, ¢§·c., That the Secretary of War be, and he hereby is L,md_w,,m,,, directed to cause to be granted to George Shannon a warrant for three to be phi-amed to hundred and twenty acres of land, in lieu of warrant number twenty-one G°°· 5 “““°“· for the said quantity of land issued to the said Shannon, on the sixth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and seven, under an act of Congress passed the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred Act of March and seven, entitled "An act making compensation to Messieurs Lewis 3* 1807* °h‘ S2' and Clark, and their companions," which is lost; which said warrant, so to be granted, shall have all the properties of the one heretofore obtained by the said Shannon : Provided, nevertheless, and it is hereby Proviso. declared, That the said warrant heretofore obtained by the said Shannon, and any proceedings that may be had thereon, shall be null and void to all intents and purposes. Aepnovsn, April 18, 1814. ... S·rA·rurm II. Cr-ray. LXXXIX.-An Act for the relief of John Whitney and Joseph H. Dorr. APM 18*1814* Be it enacted, 4;-1:., That the Secretary of the Treasury of the United p,,,,,],,,, ,E_ E States be, and hereby is authorized and empowered, upon the petition mitteq on merof John Whitney and Joseph H. Dorr, the sureties of the owners of the g2g3d;;;;;:;' schooner Industry, to remit the penalty\which the said owners incurred ° by the illegal unlading of sixty-nine boxes and eight half boxes of segars, and nineteen hundred and eighty-six pounds of coffee from said schooner, at the port of Edgartown, in the district of Massachusetts, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and nine, in the same way and manner as he is now by law empowered to remit the same upon the petition of the said owners; and the said secretary is also authorized to pay to the said Whitney and Dorr, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, any sum that may be by him so remitted : Provided, Prebigq however, This act shall not be construed to authorize the remission of any greater portion of said penalty than what has accrued to the use of the United States: And provided also, That the said secretary shall be of opinion that the said penalty ought to be remitted. Aernovun, April 18, 1814.