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TVVENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 155, 156, 195, 196, 197. 1838. 727 Cru?. CLV.—- An Act for the relief of Jacob Brown, confirming his purchases of Sururn II. certain Jana in .Hr·kan.su.s. July 5. 183,; Be it enacted, 8;*0., That the entries of the following described tracts 1-7-* or parcels of land permitted to be made by the registers and receivers c{,“:Egm:,{m;;, of the Little Rock and Helena land districts, under the belief that said patents td issue. tracts of land had been proclaimed and offered at public sale, and under circumstances which satisfied said officers that said tracts of land were in market, and legally liable to be so entered, to wit: The east fractional half of the south-east quarter of section thirty-six; the south-east quarter of the north-east quarter of section thirty-six; the north-east quarter of section thirty-six; the west half of the south-east quarter of section thirty-six; the south-east quarter of section twenty-five, and the north-east quarter of section twenty-five, of fractional township ten, south of range one west, in the state of Arkansas, be, and the same are hereby, confirmed; and patents shall issue to the purchasers as in other cases, any law to the contrary notwithstanding. Approved, July 5, 1838. Sryrurn II. Crrnr. CLVI.-—An Act for the relief;}' Richard Cravat, Hardy Perry, and Beley july 5, ]838_ l6’IL6y. ¥_______________, Be it enacted, Qc., That the Register and Receiver of the Land Land ewan. Office at St. Stephens, Alabama, be, and they are hereby, authorized °¤*° *0 Mueand required to issue to Richard Cravat, Hardy Perry and Beley Chency, each, a certificate for the quantity of land to which said individuals were, respectively, found to be entitled under the provisions of "An Act 0,- M,, 8, act for the relief of John McGrew, Richard Cravat, Hardy Perry, and 1820, ch.74·. Beley Cheney," approved on the eighth of May, eighteen hundred and twenty ; the land to which said Cravat, Perry, and Cheney were entitled having been sold by the United States, according to the several reports of said register and receiver, dated September twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and thirty-six; and said certificates shall authorize the said Richard Cravat, Hardy Perry, and Beley Cheney, respectively, to enter a like quantity of public land, subject to private entry, in any land office in the said state of Alabama, free from charge. Approved, July 5, 1838. —————- STATUTE I1. crm. cxcv.-en an ja- the may of nw aaa. J“"' 7* me Be it enacted, Qc, That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, To be placed directed to place the name of Isaac Gale on the pension list of invalid °” P€“°*°¤ l¤’*· pensioners of the United States; and that the said Isaac Gale be entitled to receive a pension, at the rate of six dollars a month, from the first of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. Avmzovsn, July 7, 1838. ‘-""‘" Srnvrm I!. crm. cxovr.-an na fn ne relid of Mum Frame. my "· *8*8- Be it enacted, dec., That the Secretary of War be directed to place To be_ placed the name of Miller Francis, of Nashville, in the state of Tennessee, on °“ P°¤“*°¤ *’°l’· the roll of invalid pensioners, and pay him at the rate of fifteen dollars per month, to commence from and after the first day of January, in the year of our Lord 1837, during his natural life. Armzovnn, July 7, 1838. —····*"’ Snruu II. CHAP. CXCV11.-—An Act for the relief of Benjamin B. Dowd. July 7*1838' Bc it enacted, e§·c., That the Secretary of War be, and hereby is, direc- T., bg. phcgd ted to place the name of Benjamin B. Dowd, of Connecticut, upon lthe ¤¤ p¤¤¤¤¤¤ r¤11. pension roll, and pay him the sum of six dollars per month during life; commencing the first day of January, 1838. Avrimvnn, July 7, 1838.