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324 EIGHTEENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 38, 39, 40. 1825, And the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed fo pay to the said David Gilmore, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of seventy dollars, being the amount of cost expende by the said Gilmore in defending a suit wrongfully commenced against him. Amount of Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That if the said David Gilmore, l:g,B"¤°;:· WPMS and others, have paid or shall hereafter, and before they can avail me:?,;,,;! 2}- themselves of the benefit of this act, pay the amount of said judgthis uct, to be ment, the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed "°f““d°d‘ to pay to the said David Gilmore, out of any money in the treasury nothotylierwise appyop1riated,htl;e zfrmounl; of iard judgment, together wit the amount 0 the mars a ’s ees ta ent ereon. Approved, March 3, 1825. Surura Il. ‘°’_’ March 3, 1825. CHAP. XXXVIII.-An ./Zct for the relief of Joh; Moody and Samuel Moody, ···——·········· and Elzjah Bailey, an ol ers. Cgllectortg Be it enacted, <.§~c., That the Collector for the District of Bath be, PW ¤m°¤¤¢ of and lie is hereby, directed to pay to John M. Moody and Samuel Moody,

g;°;‘;’;‘;,°V‘Q;8I_ owners of a fishing schooner, which was called the Welcome Return,

come {mum of one hundred and six tons and to the persons composing the crew of as ifl¤¤id , the said vessel, or their legal, representatives, the amount of the allowv°”° h°d°°m' ance to which they would have been by law severally entitled, if said plhed her ism ve sel had returned into port alter completing her fishing term an returns S - info pork See. 2, And be igfurther enacted, That the Collector of New LonpS;°2:§;€;,,,°‘;f don, in the state of onnecticut, be, and he is hereby, directed to pay allowance of to Elijah Bailey, Christopher Lester, Daniel Douglas, and Noyes Bar- ¤l¤<>P T-my ber, owners of a fishing sloop, called the Lucy Anne, of forty-seven A""' tons, and twenty-three ninety-fifths of a ton, and to the persons composing the crew of the said vessel, or their legal representatives, the amount of the allowance to which they would have been by law severally entitled, if said vessel had returned into port after completing her fishing term. Approved, March 3, 1825. S·r.t·ru·r1: II. March 3, 1825. Cm!. XXXIX.-—An dc! granting pensions to James Barker and Zebulon Pike. Be it enacted rye. That the Secretary of War be and he is hereby J¤m¤¤ Barker directed to place ames Barker on the list of revoltitionary pensioner; gzgasgiggon of the United States, at the rate of eight dollars per month, commenciw_ ing on the fourth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and twentyefour; and that said Barker shall be entitled to receive said pension in the manner provided by law. Qolonel Z. Sec. 2. And be rt further enacted, That the Secretary of War be, £1:;‘;é°°g"m6 and he is hereby, directed to place Colonel Zebulon Pike upon the list pgngign im of revolutionary pensioners of the United States, and cause to be paid to him at the rate of twenty dollars per month, commencing on the day the said Zebulon Pike was stricken from the pension roll up to the sixth of November, eighteen hundred and twenty-four, froni which time his pension shall continue. Approved, March 3, 1825. Srrrurs II. Much 3, 1825 Cr-rar. XL. ——An Alot for the relief of Oraven P. Luc/cell and PWll£am Reynolds. Be it enacted, &e., That the proper officers of the treasury be, and $500,0 be they are hereby, authorized and required to allow and pay unto Craven paid to smh of P. Luckett, one of the commissioners for ascertaining the rights of perxhem. sons claiming lands in the territory of Florida, the sum of five hundred dollars, as a full compensation for having brought to the seat of govern-