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'1`WENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. S1css.I. Ch. 141, 142,145},144. 1830. 435 Snrvra I. Cum. CXLI.—An Act for the relief of Jacob Wilderman. May 28, 1830. Be it enacted, &c., That the proper accountingofficers of the treasury department cause to be paid to Jacob Wilderman, of the state of Puyment to Illinois, the sum of two hundred and forty dollars, out of any money in 251:: “m°“"" . . . . ger. the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, in full for the balance of his pay as a mounted ranger, in the company of Captain Short, from the sixteenth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen, to the fifteenth of May, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. Armmvan, May 28, 1830. —-—-——· Srnvrr: I. CHAP. CXLI1.—An Aer? for the relief of Abraham Brownson. May gg, ]g30_ Be it enacted, &c., That the provisions of the act, entitled "An act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the army of Provisions of the revolution," approved fifteenth May, one thousand eight hundred 8333*- l¥lI‘*g3l5· and twenty-eight, be, and they are hereby declared to be, applicable to e,¤,,Q§6(i u,' the case of Abraham Brownson, who enlisted in the regiment command- him. ed by Colonel Seth Warner, in the revolutionary war; and that the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to extend the benefit of the said act to him, any thing contained in the same to the contrary notwithstanding. Approved, May 28, 1830. _; Srnura I. Cr-ur. CXLIII.-—-An dot for the relief of Vincent de Rivqfinoli, and others. May 28, 1830. Be it enacted, rye., That the Secretary of State be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to issue letters patent, in the usual form,·to Letters patent Vincent de Rivafinoli, for himself, and as attorney in fact for Charles i3;;;;'!? f?' “ Harsleben, and William Davis, of the kingdom of Great Britain, as wash;";,;.:,, joint inventors of a machine for facilitating the washing of ores and Gao. alluvial soils, and the extraction of metallic substances and precious stones from ores, earth, sand, or other matter in which they may be found, upon his making oath that he verily believes that he, and the said Charles Harsleben and William Davis, are the true joint inventors and discoverers of the said machine, and upon his complying with all the provisions of the several acts of Congress relative to the issuing of letters patent for inventions and improvements, except so far as the said acts require, on the part of aliens, a residence of two years in the United States. Am-aovan, May 28, 1830. —·—··-· Sruun I. Can. CXLIV. -An Act for the relief tf Wallace Robinson. May 28, 1830. Be it enacted, ¢.§~c., That Wallace Robinson be, and he is hereby, authorized to surrender to the Register of the Land Office at St. Ste- Authorized to phen’s, Alabama, the patent which issued to him on the twentieth day surrenderaicer of October, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, for the west {:;%}*,;*:5 gms, half of the south-west quarter of section twenty-nine, in township seven- another where. teen, of ran e one east, in the district east of Pearl river, in the said Mi &<>· state; and that the said Wallace Robinson be authorized, in lieu thereof, to enter with said Register the west half of the south-west quarter of section twenty-nine, in township seventeen, of range two east, in the same district, for which a patent shall issue: Provided, That the said Pmvisa, last named half quarter section shall remain unsold and unappropriated, and that the said Wallace Robinson shall, at the time of surrendering said patent for the first named half quarter section, file therewith a release of all title to the same. Approved, May 28, 1830.