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PRIVATE ACTS OF THE TWENTY·FIRST CONGRESS or mm: UNITED STATES, Passed at the second session, which was begun and held at the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on .M0nday, the sixth day of December, 1830, and ended on the second day of March, 1831. Ammnw JACKSON, President; Jour: C. CALHOUN, Vice President of the United States, and President of the Senate; Ammtmw SwnvmusoN, Speaker of the House of Representatives. STATUTE II. Can. IV. —-An Act for the benefit of schools in Lawrence county, JIIississ@. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the hl" 13* 1831* United States of America in Congress assembled, That one section of the public lands subject to private entry and sale in the state of Mis- Section of land sissippi, be located for the use and benefit of schools in Lawrence *° l’° l°°°*°d· county, in said state, in lieu of the sixteenth section sold and patented to Will Whitehead. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That any person appointed by order, of the Probate Court, in and for the county of Lawrence, be, and Authority to he is hereby, authorized to locate the quantity of land named in this l°°°*°· act, for the purposes above named. Arvitovnn, January 13, 1831. Srrrurs Il. CHAP. V.--An Act for the relief of Aaron Fitzgerald. JUL 13, MBL Be it enacted, dw., That the Secretary of War be directed to place Aaron Fitzgerald on the pension list during life, at twelve dollars per To be placed month, instead of the pension which he now receives. on pension list. Ssc.2 And be it further enacted, That there be paid to the said Aaron Fitzgerald the sum of three hundred and sixty-one dollars and higymglgggce sixty-six cents, being the diH`erence between six dollars per month actu- ofpQ,ns,0m,_ ally allowed him as a pension, and eight dollars per month which ought to have been allowed him from the twenty-first of February, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, to the eleventh of March, onelthousand eight hundred and thirty; and that the said sum be paid to him out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Armtovmn, January 13, 1831. Srnvrs II. CHAP. VII.—An Act for the relief of Thomas Fitzgerald. Jan. 19, 1831. Be it enacted, dw., That the Secretary of War be, and he hereby is, directed to cause to be paid to Thomas Fitzgerald, ananvalid pensioner Payment of of the United States, the sum of two hundredand eighty-four dollars :;;;f'¤° P°”‘ and twenty-two cents, being arrearages of pension to which he is enti- (451)