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544 F()RTY—FOURT]§{ CONGRESS. Sess. II. OH. 173, 174, 175, 176, 177. 1877. eighteen hundred and sixty-four, to tho first; day of May, eighteen hundred and sixtysiivo, together with tlxrou mon‘hs’ pay proper allowed t0 certain officers of the volunteer service under section l"()Il1'Ol` :1ctofC0u- gress approved March third, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, altar deducting from the amount of said pay and ullowzmcos any sums of money hcrctohoro paid said Morgan for his services for the time aforesaid. Approved, Maroh 3, 1877. . . ~ CHAP. 1'74.—-—An awt for the relief of Chzmcy J. Pooro lame a. private in Battery G

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B0 it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Record of dis- States of America in Ooocgress assembled, That the Secretary ol'War be ¤=¤¤=¤¤‘»:¤ Of Q_l¤=>¤¤Y diroomd to correct tho entry made as the ouuso of the <1isohm~go from J· P°°’°»°°“°“°°d· tho scrvico of tho United States of Chzmcy J. Pooro, lata a private in Battery G, First N ow York Light Artillery, so as to show the causo of such clisolmrgo to have been " phlcbitis " instead of " diabetes " as erroneously entered in send record. Approved, March 3, 187 7. March 3, 1877. CHAP. 175.—·An not lor tho relief of W. W. Van Antwerp, late Major of Fourth ~-—--————-—····‘ Michigan Cavalry. B0 it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United mynmnt to W. States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the \V· V¤¤A¤’¤W¤1‘v· Treasury bo, and ho is hereby, authorized und directed to pay to W. W. Van Antwerp, a citizen of Jackson, Michigan, the sum of one hundread and fifty dollars, out of lilly moneys in the Treasury not orherwisc appropriated, it being the value of an private horse, lost in action while said Van Antwerp was in tho strict line of his duty as an soldier. Approved, March 3, 1877. March 3, 187; CHAP. 176.-An not granting o, pension to Lucinda, Sturnos. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United pension to Ln_ States of America in Oongress assembled, That the Secretary of tho Intecinda, Smmos. rior bo, und ho is hereby authorized and directed to place on tho pension-roll, subject to tho provisions and limitations of the pension-laws, tho name of Lucinda Starnos, mother of Joflérson Starnos, late private of Company F, Fortioclx Regiment of United States Colored Troops Volunteers. Approved, March 3, 1877. March 37 ]877_ CHAP. 177.-An out granting a. pension to James Johnston. Be it cnacied by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United pension tgjamgs States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Into- Johnston. rior be, and ho is hereby, authorized and directed to place on tho pension roll, subject to tho provisions and limitations of the pension laws, the name of James Johnston, late sergeant in Company U, Fdtoonth regiment of Marino volunteers, if found disabled by reason of disease of cho eyes and chills and fovor. Approved, March 3, 187 7.