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THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 220, 221, 222, 223. 1866. 599 CHAP. CCXX. -—-An Actfrr the Benefit of William G. Lee. July 23, 18,66. Be it enacted by the Senale and House 1y' Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Payment to Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to pay William G. Lee, or his Wiiliw G- L<=¤· legal representatives, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of twenty-eight thousand four hundred and twenty— eight dollars and fifty cents,·whicl1 said sum shall be in full payment of his claim against the United States, on account of corn purchased by him in the department of Kentucky, as the agent of the quartermastex-’s department, under the agreement made by him with Captain John A. Morris, in eighteen hundred and sixty-four, and which corn spoiled on his hands by reason of the government failing to furnish transportation for the same. Approved, July 23, 1866. one ccxxr. -4n Aa for the Baer q William H. wma, y Bangor, Mme. JW R1866- Whereas William H. Wheeler, of Bangor, Maine, in the month-of P'°¤mbl°· February, eighteen hundred and sixty-Eve, lost a United States bond `of the denomination of five hundred dollars, issued under the act of twenty- fifth February, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, number eighteen thou- Vg6ih°h·gz sand three hundred and seventy-four, with all the unpaid coupons attaeh·' P` ` ed, which bond has since been found mutilated and partially destroyed; and whereas thirteen of the coupons of said bond have been reclaimed in such condition as to be paid at maturity; and whereas it is uncertain whether the remaining coupons are not still in existence: Therefore —— Be it enacted by the Smale and House of Representatives of the United Stazes q"Anierica in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Trea- nw15cm of sury is hereby authorized to issue and deliver to said William H. l>¤¤d_¤<>_b¤i¤¤¤<·>d Wheeler a duplicate of said bond, number eighteen thousand three hun- °`%¥g2;°;H;1 dred and seventy-four, without coupons attached ; Provided That, before his giving, issuing the same, said Wheeler shall deliver to the Secretary of the Treasury all the remaining fragments and parts of said bond, excepting the thirteen coupons which have been reclaimed as aforesaid, with a good and sufficient bond, with security to be approved by the Secretary of the Treasury, to indemnify the United States against all loss, cost, or damages incurred by reason of the issuing of said duplicate bond. Approved, July 23, 1866. CHAP. CCXXII.—An Aafm- me Rheéiiélegzx/re)Qwms efthe Hawaiian Bark “Kama- July 23, 186, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Slates of America in Congress assembled, That there be paid to Charles Paymeutto Brewer and Company, of Boston, agents for the owners of the Hawaiian Owners of Habark ‘*Kamahamaha V," in coin out of any money in the treasury not Qggjgebjgk f" otherwise appropriated, the sum of thirty-five hundred and thirty dollars, American seain full for the passage, on the Hawaiian bark "Kamahamaha V," of m°¤· sixty-eight destitute American seamen belonging to American vessels which were burned by the Anglo-eonfederate pirate “Shenandoah," from the Island of Ascension to Honolulu. Approved, July 23, 1866. CHAP. CCXXIII.·— An Act for the Relief of the Owners of the Bark Mana Hen:y. July 23, 1866. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Mailed Sialés of America in Congress assembled, That. the Secretary of the owigsmsggggk Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to pay, out of any money in the Mm, H,,m.y_