N INETEENTH CONGRESS. S1:ss.I. Ch. 73. 1826. 171 building lighthouses and light vessels, and erecting beacons and beacon build li8***· lights, and placing buoys, on the following sites or shoals, to wit: h°"S‘"’ &°‘ In the state of Maine, a lighthouse on Mantinicus rock, and one on Mailm- Pemaquid point. In the state of Massachusetts, a light vessel to be anchored at Mawlchuor near Tuckanuck shoal, in the Vineyard Sound; the tonnage of the “m" light vessel not to be under one hundred and twenty-five tons; a lighthouse on the end of Sandy Neck, at or near the mouth of Barnstable harbour. A lighthouse at or near the end of Long Point, Provincetown harboun In the state of Connecticut, a lighthouse at or near the mouth of Nor- Connecticut. walk harbour, to be located on the Rauton Neck, or on the west end of Norwalk, Long Island, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, after an examination of those sites shall have been made by suitable persons, to be by him appointed for that purpose. A beacon on the round shoals, at the mouth of Ousatonic river. In the state of New York, a lighthouse at or near Dunkirk, on Lake New York. Erie. One at the east end of Lake Erie, on a proper site to be selected, at or near the mouth of Budaloe creek. One on the west end of Plum island, in Long Island Sound; and one on Tibit’s Point, in Lake On~ tario. In the states of New York and New Jersey, a lighthouse upon the New York blud`, near fort Tompkins, on Staten Island; one in Princess bay, on said and N°“’ ·I°" island, and two on the Highland of Neversink. se)" In Delaware bay, a lighthouse on the Brandywine Shoals. Delaware. In the state of Maryland, a lighthouse on Cove point, instead of Maryland. Cedar point, as heretofore ordered. A lighthouse on Smith’s island, one on Concord point, at or near the mouth of the Susquehannah river; and a light vessel to be anchored at or near Hooper’s straits, Chesapeake bay. In the state of Virginia, a lighthouse on Smith’s island, near Cape Virginia. Charles, on a proper site to be selected, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury. In the state of North Carolina, a light vessel, not to be under fifty, nor _ North Caroto exceed eighty tons, to be anchored at the south-west straddle of the h“· Royal Shoal; and the beacon on Federal point, at the New Inlet of Cape Fear river, to be made a beacon light. In the state of South Carolina, a lighthouse on Cape Romaine or its _ South Carovicinity, or a light vessel to be anchored oi? the said cape, or its vicinity; lmthe preference to be given to the one or the other, which, in the opinion of the Secretary of the Treasury, shall best subserve the purposes of navigation, and afford security to the same. In the state of Georgia, a beacon on Grass island, at the entrance of Georgia. Cockspur harbour. In the state of Mississippi, a lighthouse on the Mississippi river, at the Mississippi. town of Natchez. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the following sums of money Sums approbe, and the same are hereby, appropriated, to wit: P¤¤*°d· In the state of Maine, four thousand dollars for a lighthouse on Man- Maine. tinicus rock; and four thousand dollars for one on Pemaquid point. In the state of Massachusetts, two thousand five hundred dollars for a Massachu. lighthouse at or near the end of Long Point, Provincetown harbour; eight ¤¤**¤· thousand, for a light vessel to be anchored at or near Tuckanuck shoal, in the Vineyard Sound; and ninety dollars for Spar buoys, to be anchored, one on the Middle Ground shoal, near the entrance of Salem harbour, and one on the Ledge rocks, of Dorchester Flatts, in Boston harbour; three thousand five hundred dollars for a lighthouse on the end of Sandy Neck, at or near the mouth of Barnstable harbour; and two hundred
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