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TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. SEss.I11. Ch. 110,111,112,113,114. 1839. 763 Srnuam III. CHAP. CX. --An Aet for the relig" of the heirs of Crocker Sampson, deceased. March 3, 1839. Be it enacted, <$~c., That the Secretary of War cause to be issued a duplicate of warrant number one thousand nine hundred and fifteen, Duplicnteland issued to Crocker Sampson, a lieutenant in the Massachusetts line of ?"""f',“"° M the army of the Revolution, for two hundred acres of land: Provided, lS§l:.g,,{s,,_ That nothing in this act contained shall be so construed as to affect the interest of any bona fide assignee of said original warrant, if the same shall be still in existence; in which event, the duplicate hereby authorized shall be null and void. Approved, March 3, 1839. —-—-— Srarurs III. Crisp. CXI. --An Act for the relief of Farish Carter, and the heirs of Charles Murch 3. 1839. Willianmmz, deceased. """"""‘;" Be it enacted, ¢§·e., That Farish Carter be, and he is hereby, authorized and empowered to enter six quarter sections of land on any unre- F. Carter emservcd and unappropriated land in Florida, in lieu of so many quarter P°‘{¢*•j,·* ‘° °”‘ sections for which he had paid the United States, and held certificates M an ` from the receiver; and that Seaton Grantland, administrator of Charles S_ G,,,mi,,,.,d Williamson, be, and he is hereby, authorized and empowered to enter empowered to one halt-quarter section of land in the name and for the use of the heirs °‘“°‘” 1*****1- of the said Charles Williamson, on any unreserved and unappropriated land in Florida, and one other halfiquarter section on any land of the United States which has been offered for sale, in lieu of that much land for which the said Williamson had paid the United States, and held certificates from the receiver; and that patents do issue free of purchase to the said Farish Carter and the heirs of the said Williamson, respectively, for the land so entered. Aprizovren, March 3, 1339.


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Cum`. CX1I.-An Aet for the relief Z E. H. Williams, administrator of the March 3. 1839- estate of Doctor azel WT Crouch. Be it enacted, eye., That the Secretary of War ascertain the time that Doctor Hazel W. Crouch attended on the sick at Fort Moultrie Allowance for and at the Charleston dep6t, under a contract made on behalf of the 3‘;‘g°‘g:“°"d' United States by Major Pool, of the army; and that he allow therefor ’ ` the sum due under said contract, and for such medicine as was furnished by Doctor Crouch. S20. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Trca- Appropriation. sury pay the amount so allowed out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, March 3, 1839. -·-——— Snrura III. CHAP. CXIII.-An Ac! for the reliq" of Nathaniel Plumb. March 3, 1839. Be it enacted, nyc., That the Secretary of War is hereby authorized and required to cause to be issued to Nathaniel Plumb, or his legal re- Bounty land presentatives, a bounty land warrant for one hundred acres 'of land, to :;;:;*3** W be which he is entitled for services rendered during the Revolutionary war. ‘ Arpnovrzo, March 3, 1839. ···""" Surums III. CHAP. CX1V.-An Aet granting a pension to Susannah Rowe, widow of John Mami, 3, 18;>,g_ Rowe, deceased. """“’°“""“ Be it enacted, rye., That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, To be ,,1,,,,,,1 authorized and required to place the name of Susannah Rowe, widow on pension roll. of John Rowe, deceased, of the state of Virginia, on the pension roll;