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ogg TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sr·:ss.II. Ras. 11,12, 134; March 3, 1847. [No. 11.] -.9 Joint Resolution relative to the Preparation and Pmmamm W ··p6 Medals- za certain French, Brztts/t, and Spanzsh Ojiee;-3, Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Suitable geid States rj' America in Congress assembled, That the President of the

  • 26 @;'°;;‘;,f,fj United States is hereby authorized and requested to cause suitable

and presented to gold and silver medals to be prepared and presented to the officers

 Egglslv and men belonging or attached to the French, Brmsb, and spanish

Spmsg Omcem Shippof-war in the harbor of Vera Cruz, who S0 gallantly, and at the imminent peril of their lives, aided in rescuing from a. watery grave many of the officers and crew of the United States brig Somers. Aprnovnn, March 3, 1847. March 3, 1847. [No. 12.] ·-Joint Resolution to prohibit. the ·Sale at private Entry of certain

 Lands in Cmcznnatz, Ohm.

Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives if the Sale of certain United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary lmls in ,Cl¤°i¤· of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to report to the next ses- E$ggc£h1°’ Pm` sion of Congress all the facts in relation to the title to the unsold parts, if any there be, of the reserved fractional section number eleven, of fractional township number four, of fractional range number Facfstc be re- one, in J. C. Symme’s Purchase, State of Ohio, together with the gf;;? m CO"' opinion of the Attorney-General thereon, and that he suspend all further proceedings in relation thereto, until the end of the next session of Congress. Apnnovnn, March 3, 1847.