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1484 FIFTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 115-122. 1900. March 28»1900- CHAP. 115.·—A11 Act For the relief of Thomas Paul. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rgwesentatives of the United g`£<;¤2)=;S,§;*;él-to my States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the mopazea.Interior be, and is hereby, directed to Sell the following-described tract of land, to wit: Lot six, section thirty-four; lot_ seven section thirty-four; the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section thirty-four; lot six, section thirty-five; lot seven, section thirty-five; all in township eight north, of range thirty-five east of the Willamette meridian, aggregating one hundred and thirty-two and fifteen onehundredghs acres, to Thomas Paul for the sum of one dollar and twenty- ve cents per acre. * Approved, March 28, 1900. March 29,1900.CHAP. 1 17.-An Act Granting a pension to Maria E. Mailley, Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofR1e€resentati¢ves of the Mzited §é*;;?0§· M¤m°Y· States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of the ' Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the pension roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the pension aws, the name of Maria E. Mailley, widow of Frank E. Mailley, late of Company D, Ninth Regiment New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, and pay her a pension at the rate of eight dollars per month. Approved, March 29, 1900. March 30, 1900. CHAP. 1 19.-An Act For the relief of Louis Miller. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Ié<>¤iii*gi1*§;h0rab,€ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War be diseiiiige. and he is hereby, authorized and directed to correct the military record of Louis Miller, late a member of the Sixty-second New York Infantry Volunteers and to grant him an honorable discharge as of date August _ fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, from Company I of said regi- §f,"g§{?;,,,c_ ment: Prolvwld, ghat no pay, bounty, or allowances shall be allowed ` by reason o t is ct. Approved, March 30, 1900. March 31,1900. CHAP. 122.-An Act For the relief of Hattie A. Phillips. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rrlegresenttatines of the United Hume A- P¤i1¤P¤· States of America in Congress assembled, at the Secretary of the P“i°i°°m' Treasury be, and is hereby, authorized and directed, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to pay to Hattie A. Phillips, widow of John Phillips, deceased, the sum of five thousand dollars as full compensation for the services rendered by the said John Philli s in bearing dispatches from the commanding officer at Fort Phil Igearny to Fort Laramie from December twenty-first to December twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, after the massacre of the United States soldiers under Brevet Lieuténant—Colonel Fetterman by the Sioux Indians, and by whose services the garrison at Fort Phil Kearny, then surrounded by said Sioux Indians, was rescued and saved from annihilation, and as full payment of all claims against the United States f_or loss and destruction of property belonging to said John Phillips, by Indians. Approved, March 31, 1900.