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THIRTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 77, 78, 80, 81. 1848. 719 Cntr. LXXVII.—An Act for the Relief of the legal Heirs of John Snyder, Jung 26, 1g4g_ deceased. ——-——··———-—- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the legal heirs Hgipg of John of John Snyder, deceased, a private of Captain Sadlier’s company of $5*36% d¤¢·=¤¤- the sixth regiment of infantry, who enlisted the twelfth of June, eigh- ;,,g;.“t1g6";‘;,.; teen hundred and twelve, for five years, and died whilst in service, on oflaud. the twenty-seventh of January, eighteen hundred and thirteen, be, and they are hereby, authorized to enter at the proper land oflioe in any of the States and Territories in which the same may lie, one hundred and sixty acres of land. Approved, June 26, 1848. Cyn. LXXVIII.-.011 Act for the Relief of Phineas Capen, Administrator of yum, 26 1g4g_ John Coz, deceased, of Boston. ;-{—- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sdm of $486 28, being four hundred and thirty-six dollars and twenty-eight cents be, and the jh° ‘*m°“"* d“° . . . . ohn Cox, desame is hereby, directed to be paid, out of any moneys in the treasury c,,,,,,,d’mb,,, paid not otherwise appropriated, to Phineas Capen, legal administrator of his ¤dmi¤i¤¢r¤¤>¤ John Cox, late of Boston, deceased, it being the amount due to the said John Cox, deceased, by the United States, for his services on board of one of its ships, and which said sum was fraudulently obtained from the treasury officers by a person unknown to, and unauthorized by, the heirs and the legal administrator of said John Cox, deceased. Arrnovsn June 26, 1848. CHAP. LXXX. —-dn dot to change the Name of the Steamboat “Charles Down- June 9.8, 1848. ing," to the “Calhoun} ··‘—·;··· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the collector N¤m¤yf¤¤¤¤m— of the port of Charleston, in the State of South Carolina, be, and he gfffming,9ll;r1§; hereby is, authorized to issue an enrolment and license for the steam- changed to the boat now called the "Charles Downing," in the name of the “Cal- "C“u‘°““·" houn ; " the owner thereof, William A. Carson, paying the usual fees, and complying in all respects with the laws regulating the granting of enrolments and licenses to vessels employed in the coasting trade : said enrolment shall state, in addition to the usual description, that the former name of said steamboat was the Charles Downing, and that it was changed by authority of this act. Approved, June 28, 1848. Can. LXXXI.—An Aet to autlwriye the issuing a. Register to the Schooner June 28, 1848. " amos." "‘__"""""' Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there be issued, 4 register to under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, a register or en- be ‘”““1· rolment for the schooner “James," formerly a British vessel, but now owned by Timothy Carman, a citizen of South Oyster Bay, Queen’s county, State of New York., and which said vessel, having been wrecked and condemned on the south shore of Long Island, was pur- ¤h¤5€d by him, and which he has caused to be repaired: Provided, It Proviso, as to Shall be proved to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the Treasury that °°“°*°P°"’· the cost of the repairs made in the United States after the purchase of