TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 210, 212, 114. 1830. 447 Cru?. CCX.—An Act for the relief of Jasper Parish. STATUTE L _ , May 29, 1830. Be it enacted, dm., Phat the Secretary of the Treasury pay to Jas- -——-——— por Parish, out of any money not otherwise appropriated, the sum of pizysgigng,-Yr four hundred and twenty-seven dollars and fifty cents, the value of his strayed. fences necessarily taken and consumed by the troops of the United States, near to, or at the mouth of, Conjockety Creek, in the state of New York, under the command of Brigadier-General Smythe Approved, May 29, 1830. ——; Snrurn I. oan».ccx11.-me not for the nun of Benjamin mus. MW 2*% *8%- Be it enacted, nyc., That the accounting officers of the treasury be, Agggunts to and they hereby are authorized, directed, and required to settle the be §¤¢*l¤d, ¤¤d accounts of Benjamin Wells, as Deputy Commissary of Issues at the °r°d’t° °‘u°w°d' magazine at Monster Mills, in Pennsylvania, under John Irvine, Deputy Commissary General of the army of the United States in said state, in the revolutionary war, and as Deputy Foragemaster, under David Duncan, Deputy Qnartermaster at the same magazine of the army aforesaid, in said war; and that they credit to him the sum of Eve hundred and seventy-five dollars and four cents, as payable February ninth, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine, and three hundred and twenty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents, payable July twentieth, one thousand seven hundred and eighty, in the same manner, and with such interest, as if those sums, with their interest from the times respectively as aforesaid, had been subscribed to the loan of the United States, proposed by an act, entitled "An act making provision for the debt of the United States," passed August fourth, one thousand seven hundred and Ac, 0,- A,,g_ 4, ninety, and such subscription had been made on the thirty-first day of 1790, eh. 34,. December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety; and pay to him such sums so credited, together with the amount of principal which would have been paid, or now remain due, under the provisions of said act; and that the same be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Arnnovmo, May 29, 1830. ";“‘ Srarurz 1 Cru?. CCXIV.——An Act for the relief of sundry owners of vessels sun/c for the May 29, 1830. defence of Baltimore. ··‘···—·=—— Be it enacted, dw., That the Third Auditor of the Treasury ascertain Post, p. 5.52 and the value or the following vessels, at the time they were taken to be P·57°· sunk for the defence of the city of Baltimore, in the year one thousand ¤Y;1':;s:;`,¤°‘fg eight hundred and fourteen, to wit: The ships Thomas Wilson, Chesa· 1,., a qgrtained pealce, Adriana, Scioto, Temperance, Fabius, India Packet,Mars, and ¤·¤d Wd- Nancy ; brigs Aid, George, Swallow, Blanche, Sally, Eliza, Betsey, Father and Son, and Ann ; schooners Scudder, Ann, Columbia, Enter— prise, and Packet, and the sloop Rosanna ; and to allow to the owners, respectively, the amount of twenty-five per centum on said valuation : Provided, That in each and every case, the said valuation shall be duly proviso, established by full and competent disinterested testimony, and that the damages sustained in the vessels in question, by being sunk and raised exclusively, was to the full extent of the said per centum over and above all the amount or amounts heretofore received for said damages by said owners, or their legal representatives, respectively; Andprovided, also, Pi-oviso. That the said vessels, at the time they were taken, were sound and seaworthy, and would have remained sea-worthy at the return of peace in one thousand eight hundred and fifteen; And provided, also, That in Provisvno instance where any vessel is not proven to have been sea-worthy at the time she was taken to be sunk, shall a greater allowance be made than will, with the money heretofore received for damage and detention
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