TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. l. Ch. 224, 225. 1830. 449 said Jerome, and marked on a map referred to in the deposition of James Ganou, on file in the office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives, number sixteen, which was destroyed by fire, by order of an American officer, to prevent its use as a cover by the British and Indians, in the battle of the twenty-second of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, at Frenchtown, on the River Rasin; and, also, to ascertain the value of the personal property of said Jerome in and about said barn, and which was destroyed in consequence of such burning; and the sums so found to be due, shall be paid out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Avrnovnn, May 31, 1830. ""’""' Sraruru I. Cnn. CCXXIV.—An Act for the relief of the legal representatives of Simeon Mw 3l* i830' Theus, deceased. Be it enacted, dye., That the proper accounting officer of the trea- Payment on sury be, and is hereby, authorized to pay out of any money in the trea- ;°°;’l““* °f bad sury, not otherwise appropriated, to the legal representatives of Simeon °n s' Theus, deceased, the sum of thirty-eight thousand two hundred and eleven dollars and ninety-nine cents, being the amount of bad bonds, for which he receipted to his predecessor, and for which he obtained no credit upon settlement at the treasury. Ammoven, May 31, 1830. -1*** Srivrurm I. Cnae. CCXXV.——.x2n, Act for the relief of John F. Carmichael, of the state of Mississippi. Be it enacted, ¢§·c., That John F. Carmichael, of the state of Missis- Umd chem sippi, be, and he is hereby, confirmed in his claims to two tracts of land, °°°5""°d` by virtue of two Spanish grants in favor of Claudio Bourgard, one dated the thirtieth of November, one thousand seven hundred and eighty- nine, for one thousand arpens, the other dated sixth March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, for one thousand and thirty-four arpens, lying and being partly in each of the states of Louisiana and Mississippi, on Week’s Creek, which rises in Wilkinson county, Mississippi, and runs into the parish of Feliciana, Louisiana, through the line of demarkation dividing said states, near the Lake of the Cross, adjoining the lands of Christian Bingaman on the south; the same having been reported for confirmation by the Commissioners of the Land Office at St. Helena, Louisiana, in their report of January, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four. i Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Commissioner of the _Y¤¤¤¤f= t0 General Land Office, upon being presented with plats and certificates l°"°‘ of survey of the said tracts of land, legally executed by a proper officer, shall issue patents for the same ; which patents shall operate only as a relinquishment, on the part of the United States, of all right and title to said lands. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That, if it shall appear to the Right to enter satisfaction of the Commissioner of the General Land Office that the °"‘°' l"‘“d· claims, or any part thereof, herein mentioned, shall have been sold, patented, or confirmed, to any other person, previous to the passage of this act, then, and in that case, the said John F. Carmichael shall be allowed to enter the same number of acres of the claims thus sold, patented or confirmed, to any other person, on any of the unappropriated lands in the state of Mississippi, or in the land district of St. Helena, in the state ofLouisiana, that may be subject to private entry, conforming, in such entry, to the divisions and subdivisions established bylaw. Am-noviso, May 31, 1830. 57 2 N 2
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