EIGHTEENTH CONGRESS. Sess.I. Ch. 68, 69, 70, 71,72. 1824. 299 carp. LXVIII.—-An not fw the nut; ty William rv: Em. ““""’“ L Be it enacted, dw., That the accounting officers of the treasury depart- ment be, and they are hereby, authorized to adjust and settle the accounts of William N. Earle, late a lieutenant in the thirty-sixth regi- Accoumstobc ment United States’ infantry, in like manner as if no judgment had been “°"l°d‘ obtained against him : Provided, That the judgment, heretofore re- _ covered against the said William N. Earle, shall stand as a security for P'°"“°· the balance, if any, that may be found due on such settlement; and, upon payment thereof, and the costs of the suit; or, if no balance shall be found due, on payment of the costs, the said judgment shall be considered satisfied. Approved, May 17, 1824. ———— Snrurs I. Cnn. LXIX.-——An Act releasing the mrmcrs of the ship General .I`ackson,_from May 17, 1824, the payment of certain duties. *"'*"“"`*" Be it enacted, dw., That Francis G. Macey, and the other owners of the ship General Jackson, of the port of Nantucket, in the state of Mas- The owners of sachusetts, be, and they are hereby, released and discharged from the ;l'°;hlP G°¤· payment of all duties upon oil, imported into the said port, in the said e3?,;? r;;i°°` ship, in the month of July last, and also, from the payment of any extra ment ofdmies, tonnage duty, charged upon the said ship, in the said month, by reason &·°· of the foreign character of John Fisher, the master of the said vessel. Approved, May 17, 1824. ———— Srnura I. CHA?. LXX.-—An Act jbr the reliy of Alvin Branson. May 17, 1824. Be it enacted, Src., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to Alvin Bronson, or his legal Paymenfjv be representative, or representatives, the sum of three thousand dollars, out zfiifsewflns of any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated; being the ,,,,;,.,0,,,,, pcm,. value of his schooner called the Penelope, captured by the British at 1<>r>e,captured· Oswego, during the late war, while in the military service of the United States, without an agreement that the risk was to have been incurred by the owner. Arvrzovrtn, May 17, 1824. "* Snrurs I. CHAP. LXXI.-—./2n [ict for the relief of Nathaniel Jones. May 17, j824_ Be it enacted, rye., That there be paid to Nathaniel Jones, the sum of five hundred and fifty dollars, out of any money in the treasury, not p,,,,,,,,,,; to otherwise appropriated, in full for the value of a boat captured by the him for value of enemy, in the late war, on Lake Ontario, while in the service of the “l’°“*°"l’“”°d· United States. APPROVED, May 17, 1824. “"_" Srnurz I. CHAP. LXXII.-Jin Act authorizing zz/e iiysuing of certain debentures to Barnard May 17, 1g2q_ 00 t. —·········——· Be it enacted, <§~c., That the collector of the customs in and for the district of New York be, and he is hereby, authorized to issue to Bar- To issue to nard Thooft, merchant, of said city, debentures for duties on two par- him debentures cels of coffee, exported by said Barnard Thooft, in the brig Ohio, in f‘:0'l;‘;;*; “0f the month of May last, from the port of New York, for the port of com,,, ,,,,,0,.,8d Amsterdam; in the same manner as if the export bond had been exe- by him. cuted by the said Barnard Thooft within the period of twenty days from the clearance of the said vessel, conformable to the provisions of the act of Congress in such case made and provided. Armovmn, May 17, 1824.
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