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802 THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 48, 57,58, 59. 1850. remain subject to such contracts and liabilities as may have lawfully accrued against and upon the same during the life-time of the said Cotte-se-pawn. Approved, August 30, 1850. Sept. 9, 1850. Cru?. XLV1II.—-An Act to grant a Register to the Barque Jas. Patton, Jun‘r, """""""”' Mw the Grenadien Barque “Bogota." Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Anewregister United States o America in Co ress assembled, That the Secretar . _ ”é' _ _ Y

  • °‘““°· of the Treasury be, and IS hereby, authorized and directed to grant a

register to the bar_que Jas. Patton, Jun’r., owned by Mr. Benson, Proviso. an American citizen, residing in the city of New York: Provided, It shall be made to appear to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the Treasury that the aforesaid barque Jas. Patton, Jun’r., is an American built vessel, formerly owned by the said John Benson, and conveyed by him to foreign owners under the name "Bogota;" but subsequently re-transferred to him, the terms of the sale aforesaid not having been complied with. Approved, Se tember 9, 1850. P Sept. 16, 1850. Cru?. LVII.—.&n Act for the Relief of Wintholop S. Harding. Be it enacted by the Senate and Howe of Representatives of the t W6S·H¤1%¤1i¤g United States of America in Congress assembled, That the notes or Qu, fh,°;;n;°§, bonds against Winthrop S. Harding, one of the sureties of Benjamin $2110. Rush Gantt, be credited with the sum of two thousand one hundred and ten dollars, being the amount of money received by the United States belonging to said Gantt, and which should be allowed him on said judgment. Exempt from Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That said Harding be ex- {j‘;rg:,Qm°“' °f empted from the payment of interest on the notes executed by him in _ favor of the United States for the balance due by him as surety of P'°“°°· Ben'amin Rush Gantt: Provided, Said notes be unctuall aid. J P Y P Approved, September 16, 1850. sep|;,16, 1850, Crux-. LVIII.-..911 Act for ths_Rcliqf of Skelton Felton. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rqzresentatives of the A pension of United States of America in Gmgress assembled, That the Secretary £j3w£;'S§§Q;g of the Interior be required to place the name of Skelton Felton upon Felton. the roll of invalid pensioners, and that the said Felton be entitled to receive the sum of ten dollars per month during his natural life, to commence on the first day of January, eighteen hundred and fifty. Approved, September 16, 1850. Sept. 16, 1850. Gun. LIX. —- Jin Act for the Relief of Sarah Jane Wes:. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rgpresentatives of the Extra pay, em., United States of America in Congress assemble , That Sarah Jane g;‘:S€f,°h3:{m‘}g‘ West, the widow of Gardner West, who was a musician in Patriclc H ,,,,;,,5,,,, Marué Gardner’s company of volunteers, (company K, of Col. Will1am’S U¤¤*¢d IM- regiment of Kentucky volunteers,) be paid three months extra pay, and two and a half months pay, to which her deceased husband was