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PRIVATE ACTS OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS or me UNITED STATE S, Passed at the first session, which was begun and held at the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on ZVIonday, the seventh day of December, 1835, and ended on the fourth day of July, 1836. ANDREW J ACKSON, President; Marvrru VAN Bunmsr, Vice President of the United States, and President of the Senate; Wrnnram R. KING, President of the Senate, pro tempore, July 1, 1836; Jluvms K. Pouc, Speaker of the House of Representatives. STATUTE I. Jan. 19, 1836. Cru!. II. -— dn dot to authorize the allowance of certain charges in the accounts `”`";"" of the .dmerican Consul at London. Be it enacted by the Senate and .House of Representatives of the United Allowance for States of America in Congress assembled, That the proper accounting f;“gi:g;:{ni:% officers of the treasury be, and the same hereby are, authorized an ' directed in settling the accounts of the American consul at London, to continue the allowance for clerk hire, office rent, stationery, {'nel, and other miscellaneous expenses from the first day of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty~five, and until otherwise provided for by law, in like manner as the same have heretofore usually been allowed, in settling the accounts of the said consulate, and that the same be paid out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Ammovmr, January 19, 1836. S·rnv·n I. ·*········ Feb. 9, 1836, Can. IV`.--An Act for the reli;/` of Jane Taylor and her children, the heirs of ·—·—···—-—— the ate James Plun/colt. Be it enacted, &c., That the Secretary of the Treasury be directed Payment (ora to pay Jane Taylor, for herself and children of J umes Plunkett, out of

°";‘;d"°·‘”" any money not otherwise appropriated, one hundred and fifty dollars,

' the value of a horse and acccutrements impressed into the military ser— vice of the United States, during the late war, to aid in transporting ordnance on the day of the engagement with the enemy at Bladensburg, and not restored, which was the property of James Plunkett, then the husband of the said Jane. Avmzovnn, February 9, 1836. Scnrun I. ... Feb- 9. !836- Orrin. VI.-—An Act for the relief %the heirs of Guiseppe Franzoni, and the heirs of aneis Jarclella. Be it enacted, &c., That the Secretary of the Treasury pay, out of Allowance to any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of four

2g.¥L'f
f;:?£g_ hundred dollars, to Virginia Franzoni, as administratrix of Guiseppe

truth, &c_ Franzoni, as an allowance to close a contract with him to return his family to Italy, their native country. (620)