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THIRTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 102. 1849. 3IB hundred and forty-eight, the sum of iiftv·two thousand eight hundred EU¤¤’!i¤8 iv; and four dollars eighty-five cents. §,§fL§;f§g wi; Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the military torekeeper dians. at Watertown arsenal, Massachusetts, be allowed, from the first day of Siifglsggf pn October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, the the samecompensation eemrum-gra.-,i as is authorized by the act of the twenty-third August, eighteen hun- keeperigs andred and forty-two, to be paid to the storekeepers at the Washington, wg; ch $,86 Pittsburg, and Watervliet arsenals; and that there be paid to military ’' storekeeper T. A. Webber twenty dollars per month, for and during _AIlownnce to the time he has performed the duties of commissary and assistant com- E:?;;? T“°X missary of subsistence at said arsenal. wagner_ ` Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That any non·commissioned _ N¤¤·¤<>¤¤¤*¤· · - · · - stoned officers, ofiicer, musician, or private, in the company of sappers and miners, and &,,_’ of the sap pontoniers, raised by the acf of May ninth, eighteen hundred and forty- pers, miners, and eight, who served in said company in the war with Mexico, shall, on application, be entitled to receive an honorable discharge from the .,0;., be emitted service of the United States, and stand as if they had served out their *9 an h°¤<•¤`¤l>l€ respective terms. d1?;?:,?-°j,I,,y 15, Approved, March 3, 1849. 184.8, ch. 21. Cru?. CII.-—An Act making ./Pppropriatians for certain Fortifications of the March 3, 1849. United States, for the Year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hun- —_*"" drcd and Be it enacted by tlre‘Senate and House of Representatives of-the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and they are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the preservation, repairs, and construction of certain fortifications, for the year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty : For defensive works and barracks near Detroit, twenty thousand D¢¤¤i*, dollars. $20'000' For fortifications at outlet of Lake Champlain, twenty thousand T;¤k¢ Chandollars. Pl°‘m* 3m*°°0‘ For defensive works and barracks at narrows of Penobscot River, Pe¤¤l>S<=¤tRiv- Maine, twenty thousand dollars. °r* 820*0°°‘ For repairs of Fort Scammel, Portland Harbor, Maine, five thousand Fm Svmmeh anim. $5°°°· , For repairs of fortidcations on Governor’s Island, Boston Harbor, ten m§°§°f§°§,3 m` thousand dollars. Fbrt ivarren, For Fort Warren, Boston Harbor, thirty thousand dollars. $i{_,°»°0¥· d d For repairs of Fort Independence, Boston Harbor, ten thousand encgftpilnygggf ` dollars. 3350 Adams. For Fort Adams, Newport Harbor, Rhode Island, and permanent 8F,;,,.fmmbuu’ quarters and barracks thereat, forty thousand dollars. $10,000. For building Fort Trumbull, New London, Connecticut, ten thou- £°0’&,S°h“7l°1'· sand dollars. 8 Firrt wood, For Fort Schuyler, Long Island Sound, ten thousand dollars. 815.000. _ For repairs of Fort Wood, and sea-wall of Bedlow's Island, fifteen ,,,,Is°g‘1§I,,",f,"1' thousand dollars. Hort nich- For repairs of Fort Hamilton, New York, ten thousand dollars. migndé For Fort Richmond, on Staten Island, thirty thousand dollars. 85O%i;_ as w' For repairs of Fort Lafayette, five thousand dollars. F¤rtDe1¤w¤re, For Fort Delaware, on Pea Patch Island, fifiy thousand dollars. ·$5g£,2°Ma&,°¤ For repairs of Fort Madison, five thousand dollars. 50000. i For fort on Soller’s Point Flats, Baltimore Harbor, forty thousand FlS°“°"* P°‘¤* dollars. ““# *‘“’·°°°·