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[ ]`WENTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 253, 254,255. 1834. 599 tober, seventeen hundred and seventy-five, and ending June fifteenth, seventeen hundred and seventy-six ; and the amount that shall be found due shall be paid, out of any unappropriated money in the treasury, to the heirs at law of said James Bell: Provided, That the sum to be proviso_ allowed said heirs, shall not exceed the sum of five thousand seven hundred and twenty-seven dollars and three cents. Approved, June 30, 1834. Srnvrn I. Curr. CCLI1I.—An mt for the relgf of zz part of the crew of the brig Sue-alt Jung go, ;g34_ 'corge. ———— Be it enacted, dc., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to M. S. Gordon, late master of Pugment to the brig Sarah George, or to his legal representatives, the sum [cfg two B¥;n6n(_f;'°’d£; thousand one hundred and ninety-one dollars and thirty-five cents, eing vgred {,.3,,: mei the amount awarded by the Brazilian Government to the crew of the Bruzilian go- Sarah George for wages and interest, and remitted to the treasury of ""“'“°"‘· the United States, by W. H. D. C. Wright, of Rio de Janeiro, except the sum authorized to be paid by. the second section of this act, the respective proportions of said first-mentioned sum having been paid to the crew of the said Sarah George, entitled thereto, by the said Morgan S. Gordon, Sue. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Trea- Also, to Jesse sury is hereby authorized in like manner to pay to Jesse Powell, late P°W°llsecond mate of the Sarah George, or to the legal representatives of his assignee of said claim, the sum of three hundred and seventy-six dollars and eight cents, being his exact proportion of money paid into the treasury of the United States, as mentioned in the iirst section of this act, in the case of M. S. Gordon. Approved, June 30, 1834. Sruurs I. CHAP. CCL1V.—An Act for the relief of the legal representatives of Laurence June 30, 1834. Jllilligan, deceased. ””"‘1""' Be it enacted, $1:., That the legal representatives of Laurence Milligan, deceased, be, and they are hereby, authorized to locate, within Aurhorizsdtq twelve months alter the passing of this act, under the direction of the 10%*6 lud- Register and Receiver of the western district of Louisiana, on any unlocated lands in said district, a tract not exceeding eight hundred arpens; which said tract shall be granted to the representatives of the said Laurence Milligan in lieu of an equal quantity confirmed to him by a board of commissioners, under a certificate marked B, number nine hundred and seven, and subsequently sold by the United States; and that the proper officers of the Government be authorized and directed to issue a patent to the said representatives accordingly. Ari-rtovnn, June 30, 1834. Sruurn 1. CHAP. CCLV.—An Act for the relief of Bened1'ct.r?lford and Robert Brush. Jung 30, 1834, Be it enacted, ¢§•c., That the Secretary of War be required to place the names of Benedict Alford and Robert Brush on the list of revolu- Tg bg plgcgd tionary pensioners, who shall be entitled to, and receive, pensions at the <>¤ r<>r¤l5¤¤¤¤¤g, rates following: The said Benedict Alford at the rate of sixty dollars, "Y p°"s'°" ' and the said Robert Brush at the rate of forty dollars per annum, from the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, and to continue during their natural lives. Armtovmn, June 30, 1834.