752 THIRTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. ll, I2, I3, 15. 1849. Jam 8» 1849- Cru?. XI.—An Act for the Relief of Archibald Bull and Lcmucl S. Fimh, Be it enacted by Hu: Senate and House of Representatives of the A. ;Bul1and L. United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary 5A;"};? Thx of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to pay, out of any mon. smices qsjudgg cys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Archibald Bull the $;¤3;lg¢;? :¤g:; sum of fifteen dollars and twenty-five cents, and to Ifemuel S. Finch on the Pmfim the sum of sixty-three dollars and thirty-eight cents, being for services, fund. occ., rendered as judge and as shenif to the United States, to detect a forgery on the pension fund. Armovmn, January 8, 1849. Jan. 8, 1849. Cru?. XII. - .91:. Act for the Reliqf of Colonel Robert Wallace, Aid-de-camp to
- ‘*_* General William Hull.
Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Col- R. Wal- United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary
- ‘.§4§gf2§ QQ? of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, directed to pay to Colonel Robpenqation for his ert Wallace, or his legal representative, out of any moneys in the
$°'“°°* as #*1* treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of seven hundred and 8*0311]}} to Bflg- · . . . . . ad;e,_Ge,,em thirty-four dollars, m full compensation for has services as and-de-camp William Hull. to Brigadier-General William Hull, commencing May first, eighteen hundred and twelve, and continuing for the period of twelve months; and the further sum of one hundred and eighty dollars for one of the horses alleged to have been taken by the enemy at the surrender of General Hull. Ayvnovmn, January S, 1849. Jn_ 3, 1g4g_ Gun. XIII. -— dn Jaz for the Reliqf of Esther Russell. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represcntdtives of the Pension oflils- United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary g‘§:s£ *‘“°u m' of War be directed to increase the pension of Esther Russell, widow of Philip M. Russell, a surge0n’s mute in the army of the revolution, to such sum as would have been allowed her husband for a service of two years us surgeon’s mate during the war of the revolution, by virtue of an act passed the seventh day of June, eighteen hundred and 1832, ch, 126, thirty-two, entitled "An Act supplementary to the act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the revolution; " said pension, so increased, to commence from the fourth day of January, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, and to continue for and during her natural life. Approved, January 8, 1849. Jam HL 1849 Gnu. XV. - An Act far the Reliq of James B. Davenport. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Titles to two United States of America in Congress éssembled, That the titles to two
tolfgg tracts of land, situated in the parish of Moorhouse, and State of Lou-
B. Davenport. isiana, one containing three hundred and eighty arpents, being part of a large tract of land commonly known as the Baron de Bastrop grant, which was assigned and set oil' to the said James B. Davenport, in the partition of the real estate of his father, the late Josiah Davenport, deceased, by dced bearing date the fourth of March, one thousand eight hundred and ten; the other containing seven hundred and sixty-six acres of land, being part of a large tract commonly known as “The