568 TWENTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 80,81,82, 83, 84. 1834. Srsrura I. I“"° 26· 183* CHAP. LXXX. —·•,a7l Act for the rc16J of Jolharn Lincoln, administrator of Sam,. I---—-I- nel Burr Lincoln, deceased. Be it enacted, qc., That there be paid to J otham Lincoln, of Massa- Paymaut for chusetts, administrator of Samuel Burr Lincoln, deceased, out of any fn°;;‘: da' money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of four thhu. sand six hundred and sixty-six dollars and eighty-six cents, which- shall be in full satisfaction of all damages sustained in consequence of the failure, on the part of the Government, to designate, at the proper time, the sites for three light-houses and dwclling—houses to be erected at Cape Florida, Thompson’s Island, and Bush Island. Am-rtovnn, June 26, 1834. Srnurn I. ..._... June 26, 1834. CRAP. LXXXI.-dn Act for the relief of Joseph Guedry and others. Bc it enacted, &·c., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and is Qertain sums hereby, authorized to pay, out of any money in the treasury not otherfgiagg 3;*;: WIS6 appropriated, the following sums, to wit: mrund,,d_ To Joseph Guedry, of the state of Louisiana, fifty-nine dollars and seventy-six cents. To Edward Lambert, of the state of Louisiana, ninety-four dollars and fifty-one cents. _To Michael Leboeuf, of the state of Louisiana, sixty dollars and sixty- nine cents. Act of May 29, T0 Jean Vavasseur, of the state of Louisiana, eighty dollars and sev- 1830* °h‘2°8· €Ut€€l'l cents, being the purchase money paid by them to the land office at New Orleans, under the pre-eruption law of twenty-ninth May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, for several tracts of land of which they were already bona fide proprietors, under title derived from the former Government of Louisiana. Approved, June 26, 1834. Snrura I. M J“°° 26• 183* CHAP. LXXXII. —An oiclfnr the relief of Richard .Nance. Be it enacted, rye., That the proper officers be, and are hereby, au- _A mistake in thorrzed and required to correct a mistake in issuing a patent for the
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,,,,¤.°md_ cast, containing fifty-seven acres and ninety-two hundredths, in the distrrct of lands offered for sale at Indianapolis, and issue apatent to Richard Nance for said land. Approved, June 26, 1834. Snr-ur-: I. . E 26, 1834. Cum-. LXXXIII.-dn Act for the relief ey" Pearson Freeman. Be it enacted, rf-o., That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, To beplaad authorized and required to place the name of Pearson Freeman on °" P°"”’°“ t' H10 llst of revolutionary pensioners, and to pay him the sum of eighty dollars per annum during his natural life, commencing on the fourth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one. Approved, June 26, 1834. Sruurn I. ._ June 26, 1834. CHAP. LXXXIV.·-—.»2n Aot granting further relief to Jael Byington. Be it enacted, ¢§·o., That the Secretary of the Treasury pay, out of dgzymentfzr any moneys therein not otherwise appropriated, the sum of one hunpmp:€;";’° is flféd and forty-eight dollars and one cent to Joel Byington, of Chaz)', U} the State of New York, in full of his demand for damages done to hrs pfoperty by the occupation thereof by troops of the United States during the late war. Approved, June 26, 1834.