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598 FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. ll. RES. 49, 50, 53, 54, 58. 1880, A11 S a i n t s ’ be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to remit, or refund, as the Clmch in MMF case may be, the duties paid or accruing upon a stained-glass window

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window mmmés. Pagsn, énligallbot County, Maryland, imported or to be imported in the po 0 a ore. Approved, June 10, 1880. June 10, 1880. [No. 50.] Joint resolution for the relief of Robert L. Martin. Resotved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States _Robert L. Mar- of America in Congress assembled, That leave be granted to Robert L. mi t .,,,1 Martin to withdraw from the iiles of the House of Representatives the dmf,“;§_PB§S,V§;c_papers and proofg iilmiiil bydhimlbeiore the Southern Claims Commission in support of his isa owe 'm. Approved, J ime 10, 1880. June 14, 1880. [N0. 53.] Joint resolution granting the use of artillery muskets and tents at the sol- —+— diers’ reunion at Decatur, Illinois. ‘ Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States Soldiers’reunion of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be and M D*><=¤**[¤‘»m· hereby is, authorized to send for use at the soldiers’ reunion in Deca- L°"’“°‘"mS#&°‘ tur, Illinois, one light battery and equipments, six hundred stand of arms and accoutrements, and five hundred tents, if not incompatible with the public interests, to be used at a reunion of the soldiers of lllinois to be held at Decatur Illinois, during the fall of eighteen hundred Bond- and eighty, the Secretary of War nrst taking a suitable bond for the return of said artillery, arms, and tents free of cost to the government in as good order as when received, ordinary wear and tear excepted. And the Secretary of War is authorized to deliver for use in said light battery during said reunion blank cartridges at the actual cost of same. Approved, June 14, 1880. June 14, 1880. [No. 54.] Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to loan flags and Wm bunting to the city of Boston. _ · Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States gm? °i;_g<>¤*<>g of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy be and °°‘°° “g°* °‘ he is hereby authorized and directed to loan to the city of Boston such flags and bunting for decorative purposes, as said city may desire and as may be now in possession of said Secretary, for use on the seventeenth of June, eighteen hundred and eighty Approved, June 14, 1880. June 16, 1880. [No. 58.] Joint resolution authorizin the Secretary of War to lend to the “Gate City ·—v··—-———- Guard" a military company of Atlanta, Georgia, four hundred government tents under certain circumstances. Preamble- Whereas, the “Gate City Guard” of Atlanta, Georgia, are pI6PM1I1g to blllld a “ memorial armory " in said city commemorative of the rc-HD10D of dthe States and the return of fraternal feeling between the sections; an Whereas, many large organizations of the citizen soldiery of diiierent States,_North and South, numbering several thousands, have accepted invitations to be present on the occasion of laying the corner-stone of said "memor1al armory " during the fall of the present year; and _ Whereas, the said “Gate City Guard " have not the means to furnish