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404 TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. S1css.I. Ch. 15, 16, 17, 18. 1830. Snrum I. Feb. 11, 1830. Cru!. XV .-.8n dat for the reliq`1¢1' the widow and children of Benjamin VK ··—~··—···· qilcins. Payment to _Be it enacted, &c., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he i widvw Md chil- hereby, authorized and directed to pay out of any moneys m the treasury 2f2S1g8B,-0¥v‘ not otherwise appropriated, to Harriet Strong, widow, Edwin W. Hopdamagesiresult- kins, and Maria A. Hopkins, children of Benjamin W. Hopkins, delggfrvm d¤l"¤¤l¢ ceased, the sum of thirteen thousand two hundred and seventy dollars, ° U' S" &°‘ being for damages sustained by the said Benjamin W. Hopkins, in con. sequence of the government failing to furnish an engineer to lay out the fort at Mobile Point, at the time the contract commenced, Provided, Pf¤Vi¤¤· however, That from said sum of thirteen thousand two hundred and seventy dollars, there be deducted the amount of three judgments which the United States recovered in the Northern District of New York before the District Court of the United States at the January term of said court, in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, against Roswell Hopkins and Thaddeus Laughlin, sureties of Benjamin W. Hopkins, on three different custom-house bonds, amounting, with the costs, to one thousand seven hundred sixty-two dollars and thirty-one cents; and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby directed to discharge said judgments, and to release and cause to be re-delivered to the owner, any and all property on which any execution or executions which have been issued on said judgments or either of them, has been levied. Approved, February 11, 1830. Scnrurs I. ""-" Feb. 11, 1830. Cnr. XVI. -An Act for the relief of Nancy Dolan. Be it enacted, dw., That there be paid to Nancy Dolan, of Louisiana, Pnvmem for out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, the sum l°‘:fugf,*;:‘§·‘:£n of twelve hundre dollars, which shall be in full satisfaction of the claim gouge. of said Nancy, for remuneration from the United States for the loss of a lot of ground at Baton Rouge, in said state. Ariuwvn, February 11, 1830. _ Sururs I. Feb. ll, 1830. CHAP. XVII.--An Act for the relief af the churchwardens of Elizabeth City """"'°*""""‘ parish, in the State of P?rginia·. Be it enacted, rye., That the Secretary of the Treasury pay, out of P¤J'm¤¤¤ fqr ¤ any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, the sum of one llfglszizlfcgngf hundred and thirty dollars, and fifty cents, to the churchwardens of the rj_ S_ Elizabeth City parish, in the state of Virginia, to defray the expense of recasting a bell, broke during the late war, while used by direction of un officer commanding at that place, as an alarm bell. Approved, February 11, 1830. Srnurs I. Feb. 11, 1830. CHAP. XVIII.-An. Act for the relief of Joseph Dixon. Be it enacted, &c., That the proper accounting officers of the treasury be, and they are hereby, authorized to pay Joseph Dixon the sum of dP¤Ym¢¤l felt thirty dollars, in full for the damages done to his lot of land, in taking ]:,;Qfg°s '° "’ part of the oil of said lot to erect a fortification on Dixon’s Point, on the eastern side of Piscataqua river, in the state of Maine, to be paid out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated. Armovan, February 11, 1830.