TWENTY—SECOND CONGRESS. Sx:ss.I. Ch. 215, 216, 217. 1832. 509 Sutton I. CHA?. CCXV.--.011 .0ct for the relief of the legal representatives of Peter, Crzlha- July 13, 1832. rine, and Charles Su/rget. """‘"—;` Be it enacted, <§·c., '1`hat the legal representatives of Peter, Catharine, and Charles Surget, that is to say, Francis Surget, Jacob Surget, Char- Authorized to lotte C. Bingaman, James Surget, Catharine Pilmore, and William Sur· l*}°f'°d6f*D,’€f'°” get, the living heirs of Peter and Catharine Surget, and Charles Surget, ;,S;,?P,_m m` deceased, in conjunction with the devisees of Susannah Stocker, who was also one of the heirs, but died, devising her real estate to Charlotte C. Bingaman, Catharine Pilmore, James Surget, and Adam L. Binga— man, who, as such, are entitled to one undivided seventh part of said two grants of land to Peter and Charles Surget, be, and they are hereby, authorized to locate, on any of the unappropriated lands of the United States, in the state of Mississippi, subject to sale at private entry, six hundred and forty acres of land, in lieu of the like quantity granted to Peter Surget by virtue of a Spanish warrant or order of survey, dated November thirteenth, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, and confirmed to Catharine Surget (wife of said Peter) on the twenty-sixth of November, one thousand eight hundred and twelve, and sold by the United States. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the legal representatives of Representa- Charles Surget be, and they are hereby, authorized to locate on any of gv9S °f Charles the unappropriated lands of the United States, in the state of Missis· izgggfg sippi, subject to sale at private entry, five hundred arpens, in lieu of the 600 arpens, &.c. like quantity granted to Charles Surget by virtue of a warrant or order of survey, dated December thirteenth, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, and confirmed by the Board of Commissioners west of Pearl river, on the twenty-sixth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and twelve, and sold by the United States: Provided, That Proviso. the locations herein authorized, shall, in each case, conform to the divisions and subdivisions established by law. Approved, July 13, 1832. Srarum I. CHAP. CCXV 1.-An Act for the relief of Jacob Cl Jordan. July 13, 1832. Be it enacted, &c., That the Commissioner of the General Land Of? fice cause a patent to be issued to Jacob C. Jordan, for the north-east _Land patent to quarter of section twenty-seven, township eighteen, range two east, in "‘·S“°· the St. Stephen’s land district, in the state of Alabama, upon his surrendering the patent heretofore issued him for the south-west quarter in the above named section, township, and range. Avpnovnn, July 13, 1832. Sruuriz I. CHAP. CCXVII.——An Act corjirming the claim of Maria Holliday to a tract of land July 13, 1832. in Louisiana. Be it enacted, &c., That Maria Holliday be, and she is hereby, coufirmed in her claim to a tract of land, now in her possession, lying be- Land claim ’ tween the river Mississippi and Lake Pontchartrain, and about sixteen °°¤H'm*’d· miles above the city of New Orleans, in the state of Louisiana, and 4 having a front of twenty-four and a half arpens on the said river, and · extending in depth to the said lake: Provided, That such confirmation Proviso. shall only operate as a relinquishment of all right and title on the part of the United States to said land. Arpnovrzn, July 13, 1832. 2 s 2
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