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LIST

OF THE

PRIVATE ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS

OF CONGRESS

CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

Acts of the Thirty-fifth Congress of the United States.

STATUTE II.-1858-9.

John Davis, assignment on land warrant to, made valid. An act recognizing the assignment on land warrant number thirty-five thousand nine hundred and fifty-six, (35,956,) issued to John Davis, as valid. Dec. 21, 1858, ch. 2.....

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John Campbell, increase of pension to. An act for the relief of John Campbell. Dec. 21, 1858, ch. 3.....

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Roswell Minard, land warrant to issue to. An act for the relief of Roswell Minard, father of Theodore Minard, deceased. Dec. 21, 1858, ch. 4...

Joseph Hardy and Alton Long, repayment to. An act for the relief of Joseph Hardy and Alton Long. Jan. 12, 1859, ch. 7..

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Elias Hall, payment to. An act for the relief of Elias Hall, of Rutland, Vermont. Jan. 17, 1859, ch. 9.....

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Steamers America and Canada, registers and change of names of. An act authorizing the issue of registers to the steamships America and Canada, and to change the names of said steamships. Jan. 19, 1859, ch. 11.....

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Martin Layman, authorized to enter a quarter section of land. An act for the relief of Martin Layman. Jan. 19, 1859, ch. 12

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James G. Holmes, may apply for extension of patent. An act for the relief of James G. Holmes. Jan. 25, 1859, ch. 14.

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John Duncan, pension for life to. An act for the relief of John Duncan. Jan. 25, 1859, ch. 15.. 113 Mistress Henry R. Schoolcraft, copyright to issue to. An act for the relief of Mistress Henry R. Schoolcraft. Jan. 25, 1859, ch. 16.....

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Schooner William A. Hamill, register granted for. An act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to grant a register for the schooner “ William A. Hamill.” Feb. 2, 1859, ch. 20........ 114 Thomas Laurent, payment to. An act for the relief of Thomas Laurent, surviving partner of the firm of Benjamin and Thomas Laurent. Feb. 5, 1859, ch. 24..... Lieut.-Col. Lewis S. Craig, settlement of accounts of. An act to provide for the settlement of the accounts of the late Lieut.-Col. Lewis S. Craig, for his services in command of the military escort on the Mexican boundary commission Feb. 5, 1859, ch. 25.. C. Edward Habicht, payment to. An act for the relief of C. Edward Habicht, administrator of J. W. P. Lewis. Feb. 9, 1859, ch. 29..

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Henry Hubbard, payment to.

An act for the relief of Henry Hubbard. Feb. 9, 1859, ch. 30.... 115

Mrs. Ambroise Brou, land title of, confirmed. An act for the relief of Mrs. Ambroise Brou, of the parish of St. Charles, State of Louisiana. Feb. 9, 1859, ch. 31.....

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Olivier Landry, land title confirmed to heirs of. An act for the relief of the heirs and legal representatives of Olivier Landry, of the State of Louisiana. Feb. 9, 1859, ch. 32..

Douglas Ottinger, payment to, for use of his surf car, &c. An act for the relief of Captain Douglas Ottinger. Feb. 14, 1859, ch. 34....

Mary Boyle, pension to. An act for the relief of Mary Boyle. Feb. 18, 1859, ch. 36..

A. Baudouin, &c., payment of damages to. An act for the relief [of] A. Baudouin and A. D. Robert. Feb. 18, 1859, ch. 37...

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Dinah Minis, loan-office certificates to be paid to. An act for the relief of Dinah Minis. 1859, ch. 38... Wright Fore, pension to. An act for the relief of Wright Fore. Feb. 18, 1859, ch. 39. Evelina Porter, pension to. An act for the relief of Evelina Porter, widow of the late Commodore David Porter, of the United States Navy, Feb. 18, 1859, ch. 40.... William Yearwood, senior, land warrant to issue to. An act for the relief of William Yearwood, sr. Feb. 18, 1859, ch. 41.....

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Monroe D. Downs, may enter certain land in Nebraska Territory. An act for the relief of Monroe. D. Downs. Feb. 18, 1859, ch. 42....

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Robert A. Davidge, payment to, for services as clerk. An act for the relief of Robert A. Davidge. Feb. 18, 1859, ch. 43..

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Myra Clark Gaines, pension to. An act for the relief of Myra Clark Gaines. Feb. 18, 1859, ch. 44.

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Rebecca M. Bowden, may locate or sell land warrant. An act for the relief of Rebecca M. Bowden
of Prince George county, Virginia. Feb. 18, 1859, ch. 45..
Francis Carver, pension to. An act for the relief of Francis Carver. Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 46..... 118
Bernardo Sequi, land grant to heirs, &c., confirmed. An act to confirm to the heirs and assigns of
Bernardo Sequi, title to lands in East Florida. Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 47.....
Samuel A. Fairchilds, accounts for expenses, &c., in arresting mail robbers, to be audited and settled.
An act for the relief of Samuel A. Fairchilds. Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 48.
Frederick Smith, pension to. An act for the relief of Frederick Smith, Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 49.... 119
Henry King, payment to legal representative of, for services in revolutionary war. An act for the re-
lief of the representative of Henry King, deceased. Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 50......
Leonard Loomis, pension to. An act for the relief of Leonard Loomis. Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 51... 119
David Watson, pension to. An act for the relief of David Watson, Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 52....... 119
John Lee, pension to. An act granting an invalid pension to John Lee, of the State of Maine.
Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 53....

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John Huertas, claimants under, may enter certain lands. An act to authorize the claimants in right of John Huertas to enter certain lands in Florida. Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 54..... Robinson Gammon, pension to. An act for the relief of Robinson Gammon. Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 55...... British brig Caledonia, payment to captors of. An act for the benefit of the captors of the British brig Caledonia, in the war of eighteen hundred and twelve. Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 56..... 120 John F. Cannon, payment to, for extra services, &c., in carrying the mail. An act for the relief of John F. Cannon. Feb. 23, 1859, ch. 57.....

Mary Bainbridge, pension to. An act for the relief of Mary Bainbridge.

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William H. Russell, payment to, for services as collector in Monterey, California. An act for the relief of William H. Russell. Feb. 26, 1859, ch. 62....

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William F. Wagner, payment to, as marshal, for costs. An act for the relief of William F. Wagner. Feb. 26, 1859, ch. 63..

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Kennedy O'Brien, pension to. An act for the relief of Kennedy O'Brien. Feb. 28, 1859, ch. 67.. 121 A. W. Reynolds, payment to, under an award. An act for the relief of Captain A. W. Reynolds. March 1, 1859, ch. 69.......

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William Rich, payment to, as chargé d'affaires while secretary of legation. An act for the relief of
William Rich. March 1, 1859, ch. 70......

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States army.

John Pickell, pension to. An act for the relief of John Pickell, late a lieutenant in the United
March 2, 1859, ch. 71...

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Anthony Caslo, payment to, as pension. An act for the relief of Anthony Caslo, a soldier in the war of eighteen hundred and twelve. March 2, 1859, ch. 72...

Brig Cumberland, enrollment and license to. An act to provide for the enrollment and license of the brig Cumberland. March 2, 1859, ch. 73...

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Jane Turnbull, pension to. An act for the relief of Jane Turnbull. March 3, 1859, ch. 89...... 123 Frances Ann McCauley, payment to, for judicial services of her husband while consul-general. An act for the relief of Frances Ann McCauley. March 3, 1859, ch. 90..... Eli W. Goff, account for damages and losses while inspector of customs, to be audited and paid. An act for the relief of Eli W. Goff. March 3, 1859, ch. 91.......... 123 Mary B. Dusenbery, pension to. An act for the relief of Mary B. Dusenbery. March 3, 1859,

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Jehu Underwood's heirs, land claim of, to be settled. An act to provide for the final settlement of the land claim of the persons claiming as heirs of, or under, Jehu Underwood, as purchasers or otherwise, to certain lands in Florida, and to confirm the title to the proper owner or owners. March 3, 1859, ch. 93.... Edward Ingersoll, payment to, for carriage hire for commissioners at Springfield armory. An act for the relief of Edward Ingersoll. March 3, 1859, ch. 94..... 124 James A. Glanding, pension to. An act for the relief of James A. Glanding. March 3, 1859,

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James Collier, judgment in favor of, against the United States, to be satisfied. An act for the relief of James Collier. March 3, 1859, ch. 96......

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Hugh Glenn, balance of judgment in favor of, against the United States, to be paid assignees of. An
act for the relief of the assignees of Hugh Glenn. March 3, 1859, ch. 97...
Enoch B. Talcott, to be paid amount lost by him when collector, by robbery of custom-house, at Oswego,
N. Y. An act for the relief of Enoch B. Talcott, late collector of customs at Oswego,
New York. March 3, 1859, ch. 98....

William M. Harrison, to be allowed for money stolen from the custom-house at Richmond, Virginia, and the amount of the reward paid. An act for the relief of William M. Harrison. March 3, 1859, ch. 99..

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Lucy A. Wakefield, appropriation in favor of Benjamin Wakefield, to be paid her, &c. An act for the relief of Lucy A. Wakefield, widow of Benjamin Wakefield. March 3, 1859, ch. 100 125 Ferdinand Coxe, to be paid the difference between his salary as secretary of legation and the full salary

of charge d'affaires. An act for the relief of Ferdinand Coxe. March 3, 1859, ch. 101. 126 John Perry, pension to. An act for the relief of John Perry of Illinois. March 3, 1859, ch. 102 126

RESOLUTIONS.

No. 3.

William Hazzard Wigg, accounts of, to be readjusted. A resolution for the relief of William Hazzard Wigg. Feb. 2, 1859..

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No. 5. Isaac Body and Samuel Fleming. Joint resolution to correct a clerical error in "An act for the relief of Isaac Body and Samuel Fleming." Feb. 5, 1859.... No. 11. Michael Pappreniza, indemnity to. A joint resolution for the relief of Michael Pappreniza. March 3, 1859...

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PRIVATE ACTS OF THE THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS

OF THE

UNITED STATES,

Passed at the second session, which was begun and holden at the City of
Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the sixth day of
December, 1858, and ended Thursday, the third day of March, 1859.

JAMES BUCHANAN, President. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, Vice Presi-
dent, and President of the Senate. BENJAMIN FITZPATRICK was
appointed President of the Senate, pro tempore, January 24, 1859, and
so acted until February 10, 1859. JAMES L. ORR, Speaker of the
House of Representatives.

CHAP. II.-An Act recognizing the Assignment on Land Warrant Number Thirty-five Dec. 21, 1858. Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-six, (35,956,) issued to John Davis, as valid.

John Davis rec

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Assignment of States of America in Congress assembled, That the assignment upon land land warrant to warrant number thirty-five thousand nine hundred and fifty-six, (35,956,) ognized. issued to John Davis, under the act of September twenty-eight, eighteen hundred and fifty, for forty acres, be, and is hereby recognized, as valid. APPROVED, December 21, 1858.

CHAP. III.-An Act for the Relief of John Campbell.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the pension of four dollars per month given to John Campbell by special act of Congress be increased to eight dollars per month, the increase commencing on the third day of December Anno Domini eighteen hundred and fifty-five, and that the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and required so to place the name of John Campbell upon the invalid pension roll. APPROVED, December 21, 1858.

1850, ch. 85. Vol. x. p. 520.

Dec. 21, 1858.

Pension to John Campbell of $8 a

month from Dec.

3, 1855.

CHAP. IV.—An Act for the Relief of Roswell Minard, Father of Theodore Minard, Dec. 21, 1858.

deceased.

issue to Roswell

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Commissioner of the General Land-Office shall issue to Roswell Minard, the father of Theo-Land warrant to dore Minard, deceased, a warrant for one hundred and sixty acres of land, Minard. in lieu of bounty-land warrant number thirty-four thousand seven hundred and fifty-four, heretofore issued to Theodore Minard, deceased, which warrant, when so issued, shall be in all respects of the same effect as the said warrant number thirty-four thousand seven hundred and fifty-four would have been had it been issued to said Roswell Minard: Provided, however, That the said Commissioner of the General Land-Office shall be satisfied that said Roswell Minard is the father of the said Theodore VOL. XI. PRIV.-16

Proviso.

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