TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Srsss. I. Ch. 129, 130, 131, 132. 1846. 665 he is legally entitled to receive the same, and that the violation of the navigation act aforesaid was rendered necessary to enable the master to return with his vessel to the United States. . Approved, August 8, 1846. Crur. CXXIX.——.tIn Ad for the Relief of Margaret Gwinnup, of Hamilton Aug. 8, 1846. County, Ohio. "‘-;·····-·· Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary Gwi,,,,u£Mg,g°fg_ of War be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place the ceive a pension name of Margaret Gwinnup, of Hamilton county, Ohio, on the pen- ELEHO P" °‘“‘ sion roll, under the act of July seven, eighteen hundred and thirty- 18,;,, ch 189 eight, and pay her at the rate of one hundred and twenty dollars per annum. Approved, August S, 1846. Crux-. CXXX. —An Act for the Relief of Isaiah Parker. A"!- 8: 1846- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives d` the _ United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Score- ,0 g;a;,”fSdP"§§§ tary of War be, and he is hereby, required and authorized to pay forarrenrs oigpen- Isaiah Parker the sum of three hundred and twenty-eight dollars, for "°“ ‘i“° h““· arrears of pension from March fourth, eighteen hundred and twenty- three, to October thirty-one, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, at the rate of two dollars per month, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Ammovnn, August 8, 1846. Cntr. CXXX1. —An Het for the Regef ofdthe Owner and Crew of the Schooner Aug. 8, 1846. GHC7'8 . Mit Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the collector C<>U¤¤¢¤f M of the customs for the District of Marblehead, in the State of Massa- x;,'b;$k;°Q.d mfg chusetts, is hereby authorized to pay Glover Broughton, owner of the crew or schr. schooner Tancred, and to the persons composing her crew, or their ;f:°’°‘; E'? legal representatives, such sum as said vessel would have been enti- w.,..;,; hays bw: tled to receive had she been engaged more than four months in the eqgdcd lf Md cod fisheries during the season of eighteen hundred and forty-four, ;::g,¥§°° 3i,';: and which was prevented by the loss of said vessel, which sum shall than Your months be distributed according to law: Provided, It shall be proved, to the m °°d €“h°’Y· satisfaction of the Secretary of the Treasury, that the provisions of P‘°"’°· law relating to hshing bounties, other than such as require the actual employment of the vessel at sea for a term or terms of time, shall have been complied with. Approved, August 8, 1846. Gun. CXXXII. — An Act for the Reliqfof Captain John Patton. Aug. 3, 1846. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary Pension ofgw of War be authorized and directed to place the name of John Patton cd“";:‘h_,°;*; on the roll of invalid pensioners, and that he be paid at the rate of puma, Von. IX. Pmv. — 3
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