TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. U. Ch. 119, 124, 125. 1842. 849 fen-e with the rights and privileges of any individuals or existing cor- p,,,,.;,,,,, pm, porations: And provided, also, That the location of the said bridge ti<>¤t¤ be approupon the public lands aforesaid shall be submitted to and approved by ;':,$bg}"Q§£f’°'°` the Secretary of War, prior to the erection thereof: And provided, P . _ W algo, That all agents, servants, and property in the service of or be- &;?`£(;i,;gr?lgf longing to the United States, shall pass and be transported free of toll. ¢<> Pm **66 <>f Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That on the said terms and con- mu' ditions the said Shenandoah Bridge Company shall be, and they are May erectatolt hereby, empowered to erect a toll-house adjacent to the said bridge on ’,;’;‘)f,gdl“°°"‘“° the lands aforesaid of the United States: Provided, That, should the pi-0v;§` said bridge never be constructed, or, having been constructed, shall be abandoned by said company, the rights vested therein by this act shall cease and determine. Approved, August 1, 1842. STHUTE u CHAP. CXIX.-An Act for the relief of John. A'. Rockwell. Au? lv 1842* Be it enacted, nyc., '1`hat the President of the United States be, and _ P¤¢¤¤¤¢q be he hereby is, authorized to issue a patent to John A. Rockwell, or Lf:;,?;?,:? for his legal representatives, for the south—east quarter of section number fourteen, in township number thirty-three, north of range one, east of the third principal meridian, in the district of lands formerly subject to sale at the land office at Galena, in the state of Illinois: Provided, Proviso. That the said John A. Rockwell, or his legal representatives, shall satisfactorily appear to the Secretary of the Treasury to have been the legal assignee of Richard Long, of the certificate of purchase of said lands, or shall prove to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the Treasury that he holds a conveyance for the same, executed to him by the said Richard Long before his right of pre-emption to the said lands had been set aside by the proper department, on account of a defect in the proof of cultivation. Approved, August 1, 1842. _ -——·—*· brnrurn I1. CHAP. CXXIV.—-An Act explanatory of an act entitled *‘ An actfar the relief of Avg. 4, 1842. C/ur/t W00dr0ojf," passed May tenth, eighteen hundred and forty-two. """"*""‘ Be it enacted, dec., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is ActofMay 10, hereby, authorized to refund the balance of the amount paid for lands 18;Q>l°h‘ 27*,, purchased from the United States, at the land office of the St. Helena amozgilggidcyor district, in the state of Louisiana, on the tenth and twenty-third days of lands, to whom February, of the year eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, in the name m b° '°f“"d°d‘ of Clark WoodrooHQ either to said Woodr00hQ or to any other person or persons jointly interested with him in said purchase, or to his or their heirs, assigns, or legal representatives, on his or their complying with the conditions of said act. Arpnovmo, August 4, 1842. CHAP. CXXV.-—An Act for the relief of David M. Hughes, Charles Shipman, STATUTE H` and John Henderson. Aug. 9, 1842. Be it enacted, dec., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he Amount or hereby is, authorized and directed to make an inquiry into, and cause ;§‘3;§°,j °£:‘;‘ an estimate to be made of, the damage incurred by David N. Hughes, dm, min as- Charles Shipman, and John Henderson, by reason ofinjuries committed vcysainéd wd by a party of emigrating Creek Indians, under the command of an oth- pm ' cer of the United States, on lands owned by them at Pass Christien, in the county of Hancock, and state of Mississippi, known as the Livingston claim, in the summer of eighteen hundred and thirty-seven; and pay the amount thereof, when ascertained, to the said David M. Hughes, Charles Shipman, and John Henderson, or their legal representatives, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated ; and said Secretary shall cause said estimate to be made only for all trees taken 107
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