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THIRTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 15, 16, 17, 18. 1848. 213 Ch.u—. XV.-An Act authorizing Persons, to whom Reservations afLand have Much 9, 1848. been made under certain Indian Treaties, to alienate the same in Fcc. —···—······* Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all the rescrva· Reservees um tions to or for any person or persons named in the treaty of the twenti· cth day of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, made at Camp _§,qg,f’wm,`m.§ Tippecanoe, in the State of Indiana, between the United States by i’<>t•-‘¤w=¤<>rvi~’iS» their commissioners, Jennings, Davis, and Crume, and the chiefs and E;g‘;£;};_“°d headmen of the Pottawatomic tribe of Indians of the Prairie and Kankakee, shall be so construed and held to convey to and vest in said rescrvees, their heirs, and assigns, forever, an estate in fcc simple in and to the reservations so made, by said treaty,t0 or for said reservees respectively. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That said reservees, or their Suidlunds may heirs, may sell and convey all or any part of his, her, or their respec- 2; °“°“**“jz Md tive reserves; and such sale and conveyance shall vest in the pur- ti0,r;°;0u¤m;:ga` cha er, his or her heirs and assigns, such title as is described in such deed of conveyance, to such lands so sold and conveyed: Provided, That all deeds of conveyance made before the passage of this act shall stand upon the same footing as those made after the passage of this act, and the rights of the parties shall be the same in one case as in the . other : Provided, That such deed of conveyance for any of said lands, _App{¤v=¤¤fthe made before or after the passage of this act, shall not be valid for such mg; purpose until the same shall have been approved by the President of essemim. the United States. Ammovim, March 9, 1848. CHA?. XVI.-An Act g1-anzingthe Fran/ring Privilege to Louisa Catharine Mamhg, 1g4g_ Adams. ——;-— Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all letters and Fmnking privipackets carried by post to and from Louisa Catharine Adams, widow {ESG vQJ’*"'°df 3° of the late John Quincy Adams, be conveyed free of postage during Qéféig ° ' her natural Iifc. Armovnn, March 9, 1848. CHA?. XVII. -.61:. ./Bot l0 amend an. Act entitled “An Act in Amendment of the March 9, 1848. Acts respecting the Judicial System of the United States." ·i··— Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Gzited States of America in Congress assembled, That in case of a vacancy A tcm orary in the office of the clerk of any Circuit Court of the United States in °l<?’k mf i;¤ ¤P· vacation, the judge of the District Court in the district within which Ctgrttg; such vacancy occurs may appoint a clerk, who shall hold said office until the districtjudge, the end of the next term of the Circuit Court for said district, unless ;’;;T,S“i;°QQ1;{ the office is sooner filled by an appointment according to existing tion. l laws. Arpuovzn, March 9, 1848. Cum-. XVIII.—An Act to make Attachments which are made under Process March14·, 1848. issuing j?·0m tha courts of the United States conform to the Laws regulating *-——- mach attachments in the courts of the State:. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Attachments United States of America in Congress assembled, That whenever, upon ‘"‘;°F ":{;“°r=_’;°' process instituted in any of the courts of the United States, property $8 c:f.m$,rui2