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F ORT Y—SECON D CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 227. 1873. 521 For completing the light-house at Race rock, Long Island sound, Race rock. seventy-five thousand dollars. For a day·beac0n at Black Ledge, entrance to New London, Connect- Bl¤¤k·l¤dz¤ icut. five thousand five hundred dollars. For protecting the foundations of the light-houses at Calves island, Cslvcs island, Brockway’s beach, and Devil’s wharf, Connecticut river, two thousand five &°‘ hundred dollars. For commencing a light-house on Southwest Ledge,•entrance to New Southwest Haven harbor, Connecticut, fifty thousand dollars. L°‘l8°· For the construction of a light-house to take the place of the light·ship Stratford at Stratford shoals, Long Island sound, fifty thousand dollars, 'l‘°°l°· For protecting the site of east beacon and fog-signal at Sandy Hook, Sandy Hook. New York harbor, twenty thousand dollars; and the fog-bell authorized by act approved June tenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, to be placed at Fort Hamilton, New York harbor, may be placed at any point in the Narrows which the light.-house board may select. For cisterns, coping of exterior walls, and the completion of other Li ht-house works of improvement at the light-house supply—depot, Staten island, New °“PPI>"5l°P°°¤ York, five thousand dollars. Swim "1°‘°d' For commencing the construction of a light-house to replace the light- Cross Ledge ship at Cross Ledge shoal, Delaware bay, fifty thousand dollars. “l‘°“l· For commencing the construction of a light-house at Bulk-Head shoal, Bulk-Head Delaware river, fifty thousand dollars. ’l‘°“l· For a light-house on or near the south end of Pea-Patch island, Dela- Pea-Paton isware river, eight thousand dollars. l““‘l· For completing the range-lights for Craighill channel, Chesapeake bay, Craighill chantwenty thousand dollars. “°l· For re-establishing the light at Love point, Chesapeake bay, ten thou- Love point. sand dollars. For commencing the construction of a light-house at Ship John shoal, Ship ·l<>l¤¤ Delaware bay, fifty thousand dollars. “l‘°“l‘ For completing the buoy depot at Christiana, Delaware, ten thousand Christians. dollars. For building a screw-pile light—house on Thomas’s Point shoal, to take 'l`homa¤’¤ the place of the old light-house on Thomas’s point, Maryland, twenty P°l“l ‘l‘°“l· thousand dollars. For three day—beacons in the Potomac river, fifteen thousand dollars; Potomac riverand the light-house authorized at Shipping point may be placed at any point in the near vicinity that the light-house board may determine u on. PFor building light-houses at Dutch·Gap canal, Virginia, fifteen thou- Dutch-Gap sand dollars. °°"“l‘ For a screw-pile light-house to mark the entrance to the sounds of Holmm Mof- North Carolina by Hatteras inlet, eighteen thousand dollars. For commencing the construction of a first-order light-house at or near Poy¤¤r’¤ hill- Poyner`s hill, a point midway between Cape Henry and Body’s island, North Carolina, fifty thousand dollars. For commencing the rebuilding of the firstforder sea-coast light on Morris island. Morris island, South Carolina, destroyed during the war, sixty thousand dollars. For completing the sea-coast light at Hunting island, South Carolina,] Hunting isfifty thousand dollars. {md' For a screw-pile light-house to replace the light-ship at Tybee, Knoll Tybeeriver, Savannah, Georgia, eighteen thousand dollars. For day-beacons in the river Savannah, Georgia., two thousand five Savannah. 5 hundred dollars: Provided, That tbeappropriation of last year for Oyster Provisol rock shall revert to the treasury. lf For completing the sea-coast light at Saint Augustine, Florida, twenty- e gmt Angus. g five thousand dollars. °‘“°‘ g.

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