668 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 293, 294, 295, 296. 1836. Snrvrs I. July 2, 1836. CHAP. CCXCIII.-edn Ac! additional io the act for the relief of James L. Calhcarf. Be it enacted, 4Q-c., That there be paid out of any money in the Payment to treasury not otherwise appropriated, to James Lt Catheart, the sum of himiq fullvf fifteen hundred and eighty-three dollars and thirty-three cents, in full au °I°’ms' satisfaction of all claims against the United States. Approved, July 2, 1836. Snrurs I. July 2, 1836. Crum. CCXCIV. -·- An Act for the relief of dnlonio Segura, and others. Be it enacted, rfc., That each of the following persons be, and they Authorized to are hereby, authorized to locate a quarter section of land, out of any l06m 8 ¤f¤¢¤ unappropriated lands, subject to private entry, within the southwestern °f 1a"d‘ district of Louisiana, south of Red river, to wit: the widow of Francisco Segura, Antonio Romero, Louis Segura, Eloy Segura, Rafael Segura, St. Jago Segura, Nicholas Goudran, the widow Viator, and Matildo Segura, wife of Juan Miguel : Provided, That in making said location they shall conform to the lines of the public surveys. And it Pmvim shall be the duty of the Commissioner of the General Land Office to issue to each of the above—named persons, or their legal representatives, a patent for said lands, as soon as they shall have located the same. Ar-rnovnn, July 2, 1836. STATUTE L CHAP. CCXCV.— An Jlcf for the relief of ./2. and .L Dermisioun and Company, Jul}' 2» 1836- of New Orleans. Be it enacted, e§·c., That the proper officers of the treasury pay to A. Am°¤¤*°f°¤*'· and J. Dennistoun and Company, of New Orleans, the sum of fourteen Lzglliigggfgtafge hundred seventeen dollars and four cents, being the amount of certain refunded. debenture certificates which were refunded because the said Dennistoun and Company failed to procure the certificates required by law that certain goods were landed in Havana. Avrnovan, July 2, 1836. S·r1vru·rs I. July 2» 1836- Cum. CCXCVI.-An Act for the relief of the heirs, or their legal representatives, of William Conway, deceased. Be it enacted, <§~c., That the heirs of William Conway, deceased, or lA¤¤l*°Fl¤¢d *0 their legal representatives, be, and they are hereby, authorized to locate, ,2:::;’;}vf°und_ within twelve months from the passage of this act, on any unappropriated public lands in the state of Louisiana, one thousand and seventy acres thereof, in a body in contiguous tracts according to the legal subdivisions of the public surveys; and that they are further authorized to locate, on any of the public lands in said state subject to entry, the quantity of two thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine acres, under the same limitations; and that the proper officers of the Government of the United States be authorized and directed to issue a patent or proviso_ patents accordingly 1 Provided, however, That the said heirs of William Conway, or their legal representatives, within one year after the passage of this act, and previous to making the locations authorized by it, shall execute a release, in favor of the United States, of the land originally included in three grants from the Government of Spain, and confirmed by the commissioners for investigating land titles in the district west of Pearl river, by the reports numbered forty-eight, forty-nine, and fifty. Approved, July 2, 1836.
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