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186 FOURTEENTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch.20,26,27,28. 1817. Hotilla in the waters of the Chesapeake, under a commission of captain in the navy from the state of Virginia ; to be paid to him, the said Tay- lor, half yearly, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated by law. Approved, March 1, 1817. Snmn II. -———— Much 1, 1817. •Cmu». XX.-dn Jklfor the relief of the legal representatives of Jo/m .L Yamall, ·-——-;———— deceased. Be it enacted, ¢§·o., That the Secretary of the Navy be, and he is Accounts to hereby, required to adjust and settle the accounts of John J. Yamall, l’° ”°“l°‘l· "°· deceased, late a lieutenant in the navy of the United States, u n rin. _ _ P0 P ci le of e uit and ustiee, and to make such allowances therein as Pd th of y t J f th hall bl ’ un er e circums ances 0 e case, s appear reasona e. Approved, March 1, 1817. Snrurs 11. ·········· March 1, 1817. CHAP. XXVI.-adn Aetfor the relief of Park Holhnd. Be it enacted, &·c., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is Tc be dis- hereby, authorized and directed to discharge from imprisonment Park $=l*¤*‘$¤d l`¤¤¤: Holland, who is now confined in prison at Castine, under an execution lmpmf°"m°"issued from the district court of the United States for the district of P*°*'¤¤°· Maine: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to exempt any property which he may hereaiter acquire from the satisfaction of the said debt and costs. Approved, March 1, 1817. Scwrvzrn 11. ""’* M h 1. 1817. C¤.u·. XXVII.—.¢1n Act or th I' the I entat' Igmce Clurlmet L Delino, deceased; andetyizjdtlifmy ggezacqdrncd L. .lllwll)lgz·erges. Be it enacted, &-e., That the accounting officers of the Department To be com- of War be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to audit and pcnsntodgor settle the claim of the legal representatives of Ignace Chalmet Delino, f33vé'? °' deceased, on account of the destruction of the property of the said gelino, and of Anthony Cruzat and L. P. Deverges, in the vicinity of ew Orleans by order of Major-general Andrew Jackson. bfppmggcmdhm Spc. Anllhbe itafurther enacted, That the said accounting officers appoints are ere y authorize to appoint three good and discreet citizens, who shall repair to the plantation of the said Delino, where the propcrt `s alleged to have been destroyed, and there diligently inquire what girdperty may have been destroyed, in the manner aforesaid, and to make a just appraisement of the value thereof, and transmit a true return of such appraisement, under oath or affirmation, to the accountant of the War Department, who shall award thereupon such sum, to be paid to the claimants, as may appear reasonable and just; which sum, so awarded, shall be paid to the legal representatives of the said Delino, and to Antholpy Qruzat and L. Deverges, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriate . Approved, March 1, 1817. Snrurs II. ___;_ March 1, 1817- Cr-rn XXVIII ..An Act eurlwrizrng me settlement if me www · _______________ . . of Flavzl Sabin, deceased. Be it enacted, dw:. That the additional accountant f th D t- rgppgplgeptp ment of War be, andlhe is hereby, authorized to adjustoand iettlagihe mum mia contingent recruiting account of lieutenant Flavil Sabin, with his admins18d_ mstrator, Joseph Holland, in such manner as he may judge to be just and equitable. Ammovnn, March 1, 1817.