376 TWENTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 37, 38,43. 1828. directors, from among the stockholders, for the management of the said Company, as is directed by the original act of incorporation. The proprietor Sm:. 3. And be it further enacted, That the proprietor or propriegV'°E;*l7*°¤» tors of the stock in said Bridge Company shall continue to have and ,,,g',;m,, :f°,h° use the name of “The Anacostia Bridge Company," and by such name, Anacostia shall sue and be sued, and do every other matter and thing which the B'id8° c°¤¤· said Company is by law authorized to do; and in consideration of the P°°y'&'°' expense of rebuilding and repairing the said bridge, and keeping the same in repair, the said bridge, and all its profits, shall be, and the same is hereby, vested in the said William Benning, his executors, administrators, and assigns, according to their respective shares; and it shall and may be lawful for the said William Benning, his executors, administrators, and assigns, at all times hereafter, to take and receive the same tolls, from persons passing the said bridge, as are now by law allowed to be taken by the Navy Yard Bridge, in the District of Columbia, incorporated by an act of Congress. Congress may Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That it shall be competent for 3;;*u*; "°P°°l Congress, at any time hereafter, to repeal or modify this act. ' Approved, April 28, 1828. Snrurs I. April 28, 1828. CHAP. XXXVII. -.£n Act for the relief of Richard Taylor. Be it enacted, drc., That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby $2551.58 to be directed to pay to Richard Taylor, of Kentucky, out of any money in P¤id_him f¤r the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of two thousand five p°m"°°‘ hundred and fifty-one dollars and fifty-eight cents, for pension, being the difference between two dollars and a half per month, from the sixth of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two, to the last day of December, one thousand eight hundred and four, and twenty dollars per month, for the same time. Armtovnu, April 28, 1828. Szuwrs I. April 28, mm Cuu-. XXXVIII.-—An Act for the relief of Asa Herring. Be it enacted, &c., That Asa Herring be, and he is hereby, released Released from from the payment of that portion of the debt due to the general post
0;; office department by William Myers, formerly Post Master at Mechannl P_ 0_ fy icsburg, in Pennsylvania, which accrued subsequently to the seventeenth
Myers. of June, eighteen hundred and twenty-two. Approved, April 28, 1828. Snrurr I. · May 2, 1g2s_ Curr. XLIII.-An Aol to authorize the cancelling if n bond, therein mentioned. Be it enacted, rye., That the Clerk of the sixth Circuit Court of the A bond for United States for the District of Georgia, be, and he is hereby, author-
- i;_¤¤i¤;%z*¤¤X?g ized and required to cancel a certain bond, given in pursuance of the
cm nagrgas [J' decree of the said court, for the exportation, beyond the limits of the he cancelled. United States, of sundry African negroes, parcel of the cargo of the Spanish vessel called the Antelope, or Ramirez, which bond was executed by Cuesta Manzanal and brothers, by their Attorney, and Joseph Cummings, and Francis Sorrell, and acknowledged by them on the twenty-fourth December, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, before the Marshal of the Georgia District, in the penalty of fourteen thousand eight hundred dollars, and conditioned for the exportation of the slaves aforesaid. Approved, May 2, 1828.