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TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch.278,2`79,2S0. ,1832. 521 tract of land, either against the said Dubois, his heirs or assigns, or the United States, and that a compliance with this proviso on the part of the said heirs, form a condition precedent to be complied with. Approved, July 14, 1832. ""‘ S·rnn·rr: I. Cuu·.CCLXXVHI.-—dn Act for the relief of Gertrude Gates. July 14, 183% Be it enacted, qc., That there be paid, out of any money in the tres- "—`""" sury not otherwise appropriated, to Gertrude Gates, the sum of twenty- Amount ,,5 seven dollars and fifty cents, being the amount of a final settlement ¢=¤rt¤i¤ fi¤¤Igetcertificate issued by William Barber, commissioner, numbered two thou- u°,;"°'“ Q§"F‘H' sand six hundred and sixty-two, with interest on the said sum at six per i::m:{,Y; bgm centum per annum, from the first day of March, one thousand seven Midhundred and eighty; which certificate was issued to Isaac Van Vrankin, and of which the said Gertrude Gates is now owner ; also, the sum of five dollars and fifty-five cents, being the amount of another final settlement certificate issued by William Barber, commissioner, numbered two thousand three hundred and forty-five, with interest on the said sum at six per centum per annum, from the first day of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty; which certificate was issued in the name of Jacob Clute, and of which the said Gertrude Gates is now owner; Provided, That the said Gertrude Gates shall first execute pmvuuu and deliver to the First Comptroller of the Treasury, a bond, in such form and with such security as the said Comptroller shall direct and approve, to indemnify the United States from and against the lawful claim of any other person or persons, for or on account of the said certificates. Approved, July 14, 1832. ""` Sururn I. CHAP. CCLXXIX.—An Act for the relief of VWZliam J. Tcnnille, July 14, 1832, Be it enacted, rye., That the proper accounting officer of the treasury "—"""" audit and adjust the claim of Colonel William A. Tennille, late Quar- Account to be termaster·General in the service of the state of Georgia, as agent of the ¤d.l¤Si°d· GW- United States in receiving, paying, and disbursing moneys on their aecount, between the years one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, and one thousand eight hundred and eighteen, and allow him five per centum on the money by him disbursed and accounted for, and allow the difference between that sum and the amount heretofore allowed to him on a judgment against him in favor of the United States, the allowance to be made as of the date of the judgment; the same being in full for his services, expenses of travelling, negotiating draughts, office rent, stationery, fuel and all other charges. Approved, July 14, 1832. ————-- Srnurs I. Cmtr. CCLXXX. —-.011 det granting to Mddleion McI{ay, a section (rg; land in July 14, 1832. lieu of the reservation given him by the {realy of Dancing- Rabbit eek. ""“”’““"""'° Be it enacted, &c., That there be granted to Middleton McKay, of the state of Mississippi, six hundred and forty acres of land, including Giant °fl¤¤d his improvements: Providcd, The said Middleton McKay shall release °°i>,2;'g0_ to the United States, in such form as the Commissioner of the General Land Office may direct, all right or interest he may have in a reservation secured to him by the treaty made with the Choctaws at Dancin Rabbit Creek; Provided, That the said Middleton McKay shall hold Proviso. the said six hundred and forty acres hereby granted, (to be surveyed in such form as the original reservation in said treaty was required to be surveyed) subject to the conditions and restrictions imposed by the said treaty upon the original reservation. Approved, July 14, 1832. . 66 2 r 2