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322 EIGHTEENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32. 1825. see. to be paid ascertain and pay to Priscilla Adams, widow and administratrix of h", d“° im m Charles Adams, deceased, late a soldier of the sixteenth regiment UmhuSbmd` ted States' Infantry, the amount of monthly pay and bounty due to the said Charles Adams, at the time of his death; and that the same shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, March 3, 1825. 1: . 1;:l;;¤;18I;5 Cru? XXVIII.-./Yn Act for the relief of Elisha Snow, junior.

 Be it enacted, <§·e., That there be paid to Elisha Snow, junior, of

paid him, being Thomastou, out of any money m the treasury not otherwise appropri- 9*8 ¤m°“¤* Pal ated, the sum of two hundred and forty-eight dollars and seventy-tive j—1,i;;°,,l‘}i§ci'r,°,°,?,;lry cents, being the amount paid into the treasury from the proceeds of the ceeds of the sale of the sloop Mary Snow, condemned in the District Court for §lg;’_£_M“'Y Maine district,·at June term, eighteen hundred and twenty-two, and afterwards remitted by the President of the United States. Approved, March 3, 1825. Srnura II. ·——· March 3, 1825. Cnar. XXIX.—An Hot for the relief of Jonathan Hudson, of Baltimore. rm payment Be it enacted, ¢§·c., That-the sum of four hundred and thirty dollars EY is *¤Vm¢ be allowed to Jonathan Hudson, of Baltimore, in part payment of a reve- °° °°nue bond, given by Matthew Pascal, on which he was one of the sureties, being so much paid by him as consignee of the Spanish brig San Francisco, Miguel Zenteno master, to the Collector of Norfolk; which payment was illegally enacted, he having previously paid the tonnage duty, on entry of said brig, to the Collector of the port of Baltimore. Approved, March 3, 1825. Snrurn I1. -;—-- Marcl13, 1825. Cr-rar-. XXX.——An Aet for the relief of Samuel Dale, of Alabama. To be ,],0,,,,,, Be it enacted, aye., That the proper accounting officers of the treamy, &¤· fw 1_5 sury department be directed to allow Samuel Dale, of Alabama, the pay $23%;; {*2,*;,,,:;; and emoluments of a major of infantry in the United States’ army, for the late war. the period of fifteen months, in full compensation for his services during the late war between the United States and Great Britain, and the Creek and Seminole Indians; and that the sum so allowed shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Ahnovnn, March 3, 1825. S·rn·¤r1: II. ——-—- Mu.rch3, 1825. CHAP.XXXI.—··.a1L det for the relief of Thomas Hawes. n,,;,.,,,,,,, -,0 be Be it enacted, dm., That the proper accounting officers of the treap¤¤¢| lvm rn vir- sury department be, and they are hereby, authorized and directed to tue. of m’t GIG- t H t { · h t t th · (,,,,,0,, ,,,,,,,,,1 pay o _ ornas ewes, ou o any money in the reasury no o erwxse against him by appr0pr1ated,the balance which will remain of the sum of four thousand il}:u;§‘:;‘::‘”lu° one hundred and sixty-four dollars twenty-four cents, being the amount ggguyjty Ag- _1_ collected from him by the Marshal of the District of Louisiana, in vir- ·l°¤¤¤· tue of an execution issued against him as the security of James Jones, from the District Court of the United States for the state of Vermont, after deducting the amount of duties remaining due upon certain goods imported into Vermont from Canada by said Jones in the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve, with interest thdreon, and all necessary expenses incurred by the United States, in prosecuting the suits instituted against the said Jones and Hewes, on account of the importation of said goods. Ari-novsn, March 3, 1825. Snrura ll. M,,,,,,, 3, ,8% Curr. XXXII.-.9n ./Jet far the relief of Elias Glen. `pgjmcm {Q" _ Be if cmlcted,_¢§•e., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and hc tptp,) fcjro taking is hereby, authorized to pay to Elias Glen, the sum of one hundred dol- 9 SI1 XII.