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of,“"'°Y“ °°“‘ Homochitto and Buffalo Rivers.
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Yazoo Pass, to determine the cost of a lock at that place. Osage River, from mouth to Linn Creek, with a view to movable locks and dams. N ish-na-botna River, with a view to increasing the depth of channel in the Missouri River. New Hampshire. NEW . Harbor at Portsmouth, from the sea to the wharf. Little Harbor at Portsmouth, with a view to its improvement as a harbor of refuge. Winnipeseogee Lake, at a point called “The Weirs." New Jersey. NEW JERSEY. Hudson River, on the New Jersey side, from Weehawken to Bergen Point, Hudson County, New Jersey, with a view to deepening the water at the wharf on that side. Corson’s Sound and Townsend Inlet. Mouth of Salem River. Harbor of Atlantic City at Absecon Inlet. New York. NEW YORK. Huntington Harbor. Horton’s Point, near Dutch Pond Point, for breakwater. Salmon River, at and below Fort Covington. Whitehall Harbor. Lake Champlain, at Four Channels. Hudson River, from Troy to mouth of canal. Scajaquada Creek, at Buffalo. Baldwin River, at Baldwin Station, to connect with Long Beach. Month of the Saranac River, at Plattsburgh. Niagara River, from Youngstown to Lake Ontario. Mouth of Salmon River, and the inner natural harbor thereat, on Lake ontario, New York, with a view of making a harbor of refuge for vessels in distress and for purposes of commerce and navigation. North Carolina. NORTH CAROLINA. Black River. Pasquotank River, above mouth of canal. Perqnimons River, above Hartfort. Green River. Cashie River, from its mouth to the town of Windsor, in Bertie Connty. Bouge Sound, between New River and Beaufort. Northeast branch of Cape Fear River, resurvey. gmc_ OHIO. Scioto River. Muskingum River. At Cleveland Ohio, on the opening and improving of the channel known as the old " river bed” of the Cuyahoga River. Oregon. OREGON. Bar at the mouth of the entrance to N ehalim Bay and River.