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114 '1`HIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. 1. Rss. 1, 2, 4, 5. 1860. RESOLUTIONS. N .1. Aitesoluri zh Co .¢fCbngress¢oCatatn WHI'm B.Shubr‘k

 [ tb acizept a Swordazrglgdigl td himnl; Ceaptain-General ada Presidenui Urquiza of  

Argentine Confederation.

  • Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States

of America in Congress assembled, That the consent of Congress be granted wmsm 5, to Captain William Branford Shubrick, flag-oliicer, late commanding in Shubrisk my chief the squadron on the coast of Brazil and the Paraguay expedition, “°°°P° ""' to accept a sword presented to him by his Excellency, J usto Jose de Urquiza, Captain-General and President of the Argentine Confederation, as a mark of his appreciation of the “distinguisbed character" of that officer-—said sword having been worn by the President on the occasion of signing the new act of Confederation of the Argentine States. Approved, February 24, 1860. Feb. 24.1860. [N0. 2.] Joint Resolution ap'; for imugumging gil, Equesg,-gan St.Bs it rcjlved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ates of merit-a in Congress assembled That the sum of ten thousand Appreprimgm dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the §}'6;‘_‘;Q§,?;:*‘°“ treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be expended by the Secretary statue of Wm-of the Interior in transporting and placing Mills’ Statue of Washington i¤8*<>¤· on the pedestal designated by the proper authorities, and in the ceremonies appropriate to the occasion. APPROVED, February 24, 1860. March 28, 1860. [N0. 4.] A hint Resolution for the Relief 2* the Contractors of the Post-Office Depart- """"""""‘ men . Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States Contractors grneriea in Congress assembled, That the accruing revenues of the Post- {‘:db;°“;:,3!°,:*' ce Department be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, in part pm, _ payment of contractors for carrying the mails, and of route agents, during {v*;‘gp.:Y•· tgp the quarter ending thirty-first March, eighteen hundred and sixty, under ` 'p‘ ‘ the provisions of the act of July second, eighteen hundred and thirty-six. Approved, March 28, 1860. April 8, 1860. [No. 6.] Mn: Re 2 r _ rt r Ilqqm, - ,, · -———--—-- o.,,;;";,";::?;:.;;;;;... ti".; 24.F,.‘:.#.f"“*”~· pmmbit Whereas it is in contemplation, by the Cotton Planters’ Convention of the State of Georgia, to institute and hold a fair in the month of December, in the city of Macon, in the State of Georgia; and whereas. it is contemplated by a foreign association to exhibit their goods at such fair; and whereas Macon being neither a port of entry or delivery, articles imported for exhibition at said fair cannot, under existing laws, g;l$>;§:1)p1tedTf£r1;;u;f(;l'\;ty, though exported again when withdrawn from . I