TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 33, 34, 35, 36, 37. 1842. 829 Sruurm II. Cnnp. XXXIII. — An Act granting a pension to Benjamin Franklin. June 1, 1842. Be it enacted, &c., That there be paid to Benjamin Franklin, who -_———_—_` meeived an injury while serving as an ordinary seaman on board of the A,,,,,,,,;,,,, ,,1. United States frigate President, in the Mediterranean, in the year eigh- lowed him. teen hundred and one, and while in the line of his duty, a pension of six dollars per month, commencing on the first day of January, in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty, and continuing during his natural life; to be paid out of the naval pension fund, or, in case of the failure thereof, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropri— ated. Approved, June 1, 1842. Snrvcrz II. Cnip,XXXIV.-.x2n Act for the relief of James Riser and Barnett Foley, of June 4, r34g_ Mssouri. —————————————~ Be it enacted, <$·c., That James Kiser and Barnett Foley, of Missouri, or their legal representatives, be, and they are hereby, authorized to Authorized to enter at the land office, at St. Louis, Missouri, at the price of one dollar 6***9* certain and twenty-five cents, per acre, the west half of the north-east quarter land' of section twenty-six, township thirty-nine, range seven, lying in said district; and upon such entry, and the payment of the purchase money, a patent shall issue, as in other cases: Provided, Said entry be made, Proviso. and the purchase money paid, within six months from the date of this act: And provided, further, That said land has not been sold by the Proviso. United States before the passage of this act. Avmzovso, June 4, 1842. —-———· STATUTB II. CHAP. XXXV. ——An Jflct for the relief of the Plumb Island Bridge and Turn- June 4, 1842. pike Company. —"""_"_‘ Be it enacted, &c., That there be paid to the Plumb Island Bridge and Turnpike Company, of Newburyport, in the state of Massachusetts, Payment for out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum a Wd5G d°* of eight thousand dollars, for the destruction of a bridge, occasioned by s"°y° ' the construction of a breakwater by the United States. APPROVED, June 4, 1842. """"' Srnura II. Crmxr. XXXVI. —-dn Act fur the relief of Caleb Eddy. _],,,,,, 4, 1g4g_ Be it enacted, 4§·c., That there be paid to Caleb Eddy, of Warren, in the state of Rhode lsland, out of any money in the treasury not other- To bg paid the wise appropriated, the sum of two hundred and eighty—Iive dollars and ¤m0¤¤¤0Ydf@W· eighty-seven cents, for the amount of drawback of duties on thirty-nine g:‘:;;f°°m“" bags of coffee, shipped at the port of Boston in the vessel called the Rasselas, in the month of May in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one. .APPROVEI), June 4, 1842. """' Srarvrrrz H. CHAP. XXXVlI.——An Act for the relief of Elizabeth Pearce and Mary BL j,,,,,, 4_ ]842_ Telfair, daughters and heirs of Israel Pearce. -—-—·~·—· Bc it enacted, rfc., That the Secretary of War is authorized, and he is hereby required, to issue to Elizabeth Pearce and Mary M. Telfair, Seven military jointly, seven United States military land bounty warrants, of one hun- bf¤¤*Y;¤:*:bc dred acres each, which appear to be due to the following named indivi- duals, for their services as private soldiers in a Rhode Island regiment, in the war of the revolution, and their right to whiclé grey, each and all
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