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228 NINETEENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 44,45,46. 1827. u°C°l;¤¤:¤¤¤i¤¤- ing the ¤ommunication_betwcen Mosjshetc or Halifaxand indian rivers, M;cfB;°::‘ in the line of commumcatnon to Cape Flcrnda, described m the repgrg Halifax andln- of the engineer, appointed in pursuance of an act of Congress, of the di¤¤ riv¤¤‘¤- twemy-eighth day of February, one tlrousand eight hundred and twenty. 1824, ch. 22 guy, agnhogzing the survey of a military wad from St. Augustine 10 a on a. girnovmn, March 2, 1827. Srarurn II. "`L`- M¤¥¤h 2, Gun. XL1V.—An Act for the preservation ry the Oumberland mad. (4) 30,000 dol- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives ly' the United L'::l‘PP'°P"' States of America, in Congress asscmdlcd, That the sum of thiny thou. ° sand dollars be, and is hereby, appropriated for the purpose of repairing the public road from Cumberland to Wheeling, under the direction of the President of the United States, to be paid out of any money in the public treasury not otherwise appropriated. A suitable Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the President of the United P;;?°;;g $1; States be, and he is hereby, authorized to appoint some suitable person {.),,1,:,},, ,0 b, to superintend the repairs to be made .011 said road, whose compensamade on said tion, to be paid out of the sum appropriated by this act, shall be fixed ":?gt;%b"-’ “P' by the President of the United States. PAvrnovnn, March 2, 1827. Snrvrn II. March 2, 1827. CHAP. XLV.—An .3cl in refund certain duties paid upon vessels belonging to 'i"""" citizens of Hamburg, and their cargoes. (b) $<>¤¤‘¢f¤ry of Be it enacted by the Senate and House 1y' Representatives of thu United tgigiigsgg States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the discriminating Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized to refund the discriminating d¤ti¤¤ paid bc- duties that were paid in the ports of the United States between the third

Y'§;;‘rF;° $15 of March, eighteen hundred and fifieen, and the thirteenth November of

and me fm, ’ the same year! upon any vessels belonging to citxaens of the city of Ham- November of burg, and their cargoes; and that the same be paid out of any moneys in uw “m° Y‘""· the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Arpnovnn, March 2, 1827. S1-.u·u·u: H. it March 2, 1827. CHAP. XLVI.—An Act to autiwrizc the improving of certain harbours, the """"""" building of piers, and for other pwpoacs. Sums, re- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ¤P°¤*·SV°lY» 1P* States of America, in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, Pr°P"°t°d' and the same are hereby, respectively appropriated, to be applied under the direction of the President of the United States, to accomplish the objects hereinafter mentioned ; that is to say: Improving For improving Hyannis harbour, in the state of Massachusetts, a sum HY¤¤¤i' h"· not exceeding ten thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. b°§;}1di¤g two For building two piers at the mouth of Oswego harbour in the state piers at me of New York, thirty-three thousand three hundred and forty-eight dollars m°¤*h °*` 0***** and sixty-four cents ; no part of which last-mentioned sum shall be g° h"b°"‘ expended until a contract shall have been made for completing said piers, agreeably to the plan proposed in a report made under the act of the 1826, eh_ 7g_ twentieth of May last; and for erecting a pier by contract, at the mouth of Dunkirk harbour, in the state of New York, three thousand dollars. (a) For the notes relating to the Cumberland mad, nee vol. ii. p. 357. (b) See notes as to discriminating duties, Act of Jan. 7, 1824, ch. 4.