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ISS NINETEENTH CONGRESS. Suss. I. Ch. 134, 135,136. 1826. parties, as may determine, from time to time, all the aids which are contemplated by this act ; and shall designate a proper place at which the emigrants may cross the Mississippi river ; and shall establ1sh_dqoots of provisions at one or more places, under the care of suitable persons, to support them on their march. °°»°°9d°“=¤ Sm:. 5. And be it further enacted, That the sum of sixty thousand

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a y thts act _ . . into etfect. proprxated, shall be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, to defray the expense of carrying this act into effect. Aprxovsn, May 20, 1826. Sz·.u·v·r1: I. May 20, 1826. CHAP. CXXXIV.—-dn Act to allow the transportation tggoada, wares, andmerj__ chandise, to and from Philadetohia and Baltimore, y the way of Lancaster and Y ark, or by the mail-route. Any gwés, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United

l‘fi>"$'°;‘tl:;°‘ States ry America, in Congress assembled, That any goods, wares, and

m.,,;,,.,,?.,.; to merchandise, which lawfully might be transported to or from the city or frcgn Phila- of Philadelphia and Baltimore, by the way of Elkton, Bohemia or Frenchf:;?`?- town, and Port Pen, Appoqumimink, New Castle, Christiana Bridge, t,,,,, 8,;, shan Newport or Wilmington, or to and from the city of Philadelphia and be entitled to Baltimore, by the way of Appoquinimink and Sassafras river, shall, and Q; ‘h;xi;;’t‘;’5gS]; may be, lawfully transported to and from the city of Philadelphia and the';,,,,, ogg Baltimore, by the way of Lancaster and York, or by the mail-route, and goods, asc., shall be entitled to all the benefits and advantages, and shall be subject

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,,,,,,,,8 mm the case fof goods, waries, and merchandise, transported by any of the ticued. routes e ore men wne . Ammovuo, May 20, 1826. Srnrurr I. Mw 20, 1826. Gun. CXXXV. --14: Act lo enable the President of the United States to hold a treaty with the Choctaw and Chicasaw nations of Indians. ti0€pggI;l;·:,;, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re_prescntatives of the United the expenses of States of America, in Congress assembled, That the sum of twenty ° **'°°*>' wml thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated to defray the Lzagiigggyw expenses of treating with the Choctaw and Chicasaw nations of Indians, nations cg- gn, for the purpose of extinguishing their titles to lands within the limits of diana. the state of Mississippi. The said sum [to] be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Commjmon. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That, for the purpose of negotiaers to be up- ting said treaty on the part of the United States, the President shall be, P°“'*°d· and he is hereby, authorized to appoint commissioners after the adjournment of the present session of Congress, or at an earlier period, if practicable, and to Bx their compensation, so as not to exceed what has been heretofore allowed for like services. Armtovrm, May 20, 1826. S·rA·rv·u: I. May 20, 1826. CHAP. CXXXVI.—An Act to regylale the summoning¢y" grand jurors, in the ""'_~`T- {strict courts. The clerks of Be it enacted by the Senuteand H`ausz¢:fRepresentatives of the United tgiggsafglot States of America, in Congress assemb , That, from and after the first fosummlm day of August next, the clerks of the district courts of the United s grand jury, States shall not issue a process to summon, or cause tc be returned to