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fonso declared null and void . 304 exceeding 2000 acres confirmed
ib. 56 Time for filing and recording
and who had prior ers in favor of claimants to be fil-
of Congress in relation thereto . ib.
306-7 to the laws and usages of the Spa-
61 Thirdly; claims, neither embrac-
laws and usages
Of the King of Great Britain of the
Of the United States in Congress
assembled pursuant to the resolu-
tion of the 15th June, 1785, a.
gainst unauthorised settlements on
the public lands
315 propriated to the discharge of the
See Georgia, 5, 9.
Evidences of Public Debt.
53 Of public Lands
Register, 15. Forfeiture, 3, 4, 5.
Receivers of Public Monies. Rector, William & Elias ;
Their accounts for surveying pri-
151 vate claims in the Illinois territory
From Canada and Nova Scotia.
See Military Bounties, 17 to 25.
1 of the Land Office to be appoint,
ed for each of the offices of Cin.
cinnati, Chilicothe, Marietta and
Steubenville who shall give bonds
for faithful performance of duties,
offices to be furnished by the Sur-
3 Directions to, in regard to appli-
cations for purchase, entering
them on books, &c.
4 To determine by lot between two
or more applicants for the same
cation, if the party shall not pro-
duce a receipt for one-fourth of
the purchase inoney including the
one-twentieth deposit, he shall
enter the same, and that the land
hath reverted to the United States ib.
6 On such receipt being produced,
he shall note the same, and give
the party a certificate thereof 153
7 When payment is completed, he
shall give a certificate thereof, on
184 fourth of the purchase money by
the letter P, and cross the said A ed to appoint deputies not exceed.
154 ed to the Register or his deputy
See sales of Public Lands, 14, 31.
For satisfying the claims of ancient
settlers on the Mississippi 260
See Virginia Military Bounties.
Reserved Sections. Minet.
1785, sections No. 8, 11, 26, 29,
are reserved for future sale in the
2 And No. 16 for the maintenance
of public schools
174 3 By the Act of 18th May, 1796,
township are reserved for the fu.
ture dissal of Congress · 141-2
a term not exceeding 7 years 156
of 3d March, 1805, and 29th Fe-
See Notes to pages 133, 141.
Sales of Public Lands, 34, 35.
Ohio Company, 3, 4.
as clerk and agent to the Board
of Commissioners at Kaskaskia,
A Canadian refugee; 2240 acres of
land granted to
See Military Bounties.
Sales of Public Lands,
seventh thereof drafted for the use
commissioners of loans of each 18 Lands remaining unsold at pub-
lic sale, to be sold at private sale 149
or evidences of the public debt ib.
of first payment, and the lands
to be sold at vendue for not less
the money paid forfeited, and the
136 Ohio or south of Tennessee, may
be sold singly or two or more to-
gether, under the direction of the
143 option) in, whole, balf, or quarter
ib 27 In the two last cases how the
144 29 No interest chargeable for lands
sold under the act of the 10th
May, 1800, or hereafter sold, if
payment, when it shall be charged
32 Places, times, and terms of sale ib.
ib. are directed to be sold, to be sold
. . 159
ib. ! 34 Au the reserved sections in the
State of Ohio, except No. 16, Salt Reserve, and on the Ohio, between
sections, including the lower Dela-
160 ware town, to be offered for sale
161-2 1807, to be offered for sale at De.
164-5 No. 16, acquired by the treaty of
165 treaties at Vincennes, to be offered
176-7 reserved to John M'Grew, to be
177 | 57 The lands purchased of the
ib. lying in the Mississippi territory,
ib. &c. to be offered for sale on the