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TWENTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 195,196, 197, 198. 1834. 585 sum was paid by said Haslett to the receiver of public moneys in said land office, on the twentieth November, eighteen hundred and eighteen, but not credited to said Haslett on the books of said land office ; which certificate shall be received in payment for any land which may be hereafter sold in said district. Approved, June 30, 1834. Srnura I. Cru?. CXCV. —An Act for the relief of Judith Thomas and Daniel Palmer. June 30, 1834. Be it enacted, &c., That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, required to pay to Judith Thomas, widow of John Thomas, a soldier Five Y¢¤r¤’ of the late war, the sum of two hundred and forty dollars, being the l‘“lgf°’:,":ul:§ amount of five years’ half pay of the said soldier; and to Daniel Palmer bib,,,,?,,,? an invalid pensioner, the sum of one hundred and nine dollars, being Pnymenwfpran arrearage of pension, at the rate of two dollars per month, from the *****3 ‘{I§’°“S‘°" twenty-ninth of September, eighteen hundred and fifteen, to May twelfth, toa mm" eighteen hundred and twenty, at which last time his pension was raised to its present rate, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, June 30, 1834. h;-` Summa I. Crrnr. CXCVI.~—An Act for the relief of Henry Scwall and Robert SewalL . ·I¤¤¤ 30. 1834- Be it enacted, Q-c., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and required, out of any money in the treasury not P¤Ym¢¤t for otherwise appropriated, to pay to Henry Sewall and Robert Sewall, of g::£,°;éY d0' St. Mary’s county, state of Maryland, the sum of ten thousand dollars; ` it being in consideration of property to them belonging, which was destroyed by the enemy in the late war between the United States and Great Britain, because of its occupancy by United States troops. Approved, June 30, 1834. Srnwn I. Gnu. CXCVII.-An Act for the relief of John G. Reynolds. June 30, 1834. Be it enacted, &c., That John G. Reynolds, a lieutenant of the marine corps of the United States, be allowed and paid, out of the P¤¥m°P*f°* funds appropriated for the naval service, for services performed by him ?§;,`Q§;;,¥l§g:E` for the quartermastefs department of the said corps, at the rate of partment. fifteen dollars a month, from August first, eighteen hundred and twenty- eight, to April thirtieth, eighteen hundred and thirty-one. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Navy Also, uprobe, and- he is hereby, authorized to cause to be paid to the said Reynolds "°S‘ mm ”·l· the usual allowances made by the department in case of extra duty, as provost marshal of general court martial, and for such time as he, the said Reynolds, shall be able to prove such service to have been actually performed. Am-xovnn, June 30, 1834. "_°"" Sururs I. CHAP. CXCVIII. —— An Act for the relief of Robert Reynolds. June 30, 1834. Be it enacted, &c., That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, required to place the name of Robert Reynolds on the list. of revo1u— Tc be plpigd tionary pensioners, and to pay him a pension at the rate of eight dollars °" l’°"°*° ' a month, to commence and be computed from the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty. Arr>Rovnr>, June 30, 1834. 74