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.128 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 363. 1836. entitled at the time of his death or receiving such wound, for and dur. . ing the term ol' live years; and in case of the death or marriage of such widow before the expiration of said five years, the half pay lor the repmvim majnder of the time shall go to the said decedent: Provided, Tha; the half pay aforesaid shall be half the monthly pay of the officers, non. commissioned officers, musicians and prrvutes of the infantry of the Proviso. regular army, and no more: Provided, also, That no greater sum shall be allowed to the widow or to the child or childrenof any officer, than the half u of a. lieutenant colonel. 1;,,,,,,;;, of the Sec. glnd be it further enacted, That if any officer, non-commis. uct ¤f7¢h June, sioned officer, musician, soldier, Indian spy, mariner or marine, whgsg

d;’;;°;"‘l°d service during the revolutionary war was such us is specified in the ac;

Jyildrgn under passed the seventh day of June eighteen hundred and thirty-two, cmi. certain circum- tied ‘*An act supplementary to the act for the relief of certain surviving ““"‘°°’· officers and soldiers of the rev0l1ut:>n," have dlpd since the fourth day of March, eighteen hun red an t irty-one, an before the date ofsaid ect, the amoignt of pension which would have accrued from the fourth lg; gg3p;: 7. day if March, eighfeen hundred end thhty-one, toltthle tam; of his dgath, ' ‘an ecome a a e to xm y v1rtue o tmt act, 1 e Z1 survive the passage therdlng shall be paid to his widow; and if he left no widow, to his children, in the manner prescribed in the act hereby amended. Exlendedm Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That 1f Iany person who served in W*d°"m °ll*¤¤‘ the war of the revolution, m the manner specified m the act passed the °R°::],; June 7_ seventh day of June, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, entitled "An act. 1832,ch.126. supplementary to the act for the relief of certain surviving officers and pm, P, 31], soldiers of the revolution," have died, leaving a widow whose marriage _ took place before the expiration of the last period of his service, such widow shall be entitled to receive, during the time she may remain unxlnargiecg the annuity in pension which might have been allowed to her us an , y virtue o the act aforesaid, if living at the time it was passed. Tmmycm of Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That an ledcre, mort u e, sale, my 5;-yan rm assignment, or transfer of any right, claim, or lidlerest in nnygrxloney or Void_ °° half pay granted by this act, shall be utterly void and of no effect; each person acting for and nn behalf of any one entitled to money under this act, shall take and subscribe an oath, to be administered by the proper accounting officer and retained by him and put on file, before a warrant shall be delivered to him, that he has no interest in said money by any pledge, mortgage, sale, assignment or transfer, and that he does not plow or believe that the same has been so disposed of to any person w atever. sms; of · Sm:. 5. And be it further enacted, That the Secretar of War shall gm- xoaddept adopt such forms of evidence, in applications under this act, as the “”* President of the United States shall prescribe. » Ammovnn, July 4, 1836. Smear: I. ——— July 4, 1836. CHA?. CCCLXIH.-·—An Ac! maki a idiom m- the im avememt 0

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· __ tlnrty-aix, and for other prupuses. Approprlnziom. Be itpnuctcd, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Uniféd _ ‘ States of America in Congress assembled, That for the security of the - navigation and commerce of the United States, the following sums of ` Z money be, and the same ure hereby directed to be paid out of any _ xnoney in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and placed at the - _ disposition of the President, for the following objects, viz: 1;;*:1*:- Wum in FOYYGFBGDDQ a breakwater on Stanford ledge, in Portland hH}‘b01', Pommd hw wccordrng to the plan reported by John Anderson, of the Engmccr bor. corps, nn the year eighteen hundred and thirty-two, ten thousand dollars.