SIXTEENTH CONGRESS.Sess. I. Ch. 94, 97, 99.1820.
Public lands, to which the Indian title was extinguished by the treaty of Saguina, attached to the district of Detroit.Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all the public lands of the United States within the territory of Michigan, to which the Indian title was extinguished by the treaty held and concluded at Saguina, in the said territory, on the twenty-fourth day of September, in the year one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, shall be, and hereby are, attached to, and made part of, the district of Detroit, in the said territory.
The lands not reserved or appropriated, to be surveyed and offered for sale, &c.Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the lands aforesaid, to which the Indian title has been extinguished, and which have not been reserved or appropriated by existing laws or treaties, shall be surveyed, and offered for sale, under the direction of the President of the United States, in the same terms and conditions in every respect, both at public and private sale, as are or may be provided by law, for the disposal of the other public lands within the said district.
Approved, May 11, 1820.
Act of March 2, 1821, ch. 13, sec. 14.
The system of discipline and field exercise observed by the regular army to be observed by the militia.
The Baron de Steuben’s rules and discipline.
Act of May 8, 1792, ch. 33, sec. 7.Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the system of discipline and field exercise which is and shall be ordered to be observed by the regular army of the United States, in the different corps of infantry, artillery, and riflemen, shall also be observed by the militia, in the exercises and discipline of the said corps, respectively, throughout the United States.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That so much of the act of Congress, approved the eighth of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two, as approves and establishes the rules and discipline of the Baron de Steuben, and requires them to be observed by the militia throughout the United States, be, and the same is hereby, repealed.
Approved, May 12, 1820.
Post-roads discontinued.Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following post-roads be, and the same are hereby, discontinued, that is to say:
From Lilly Point to Haleyonville, in Virginia.
From Dublin to Jacksonville, in Georgia.
From Westport to Brunerstown, in Kentucky.
From Whitfield to Jefferson, in Maine.
From Chickasaw Agency to St. Stephens, in Mississippi.
From Choctaw Agency to Monticello; and from Natchez to Lake Pontchartrain, in the same state.
From Rhea Courthouse, Tennessee, to Fort Jackson, in Alabama.
From Haysville to Oxford, in North Carolina.
From Walterborough to Barnwell Courthouse, in South Carolina.
From St. Charles, by Montgomery Courthouse, to Howard Courthouse.
From Franklin, Howard county, to Chariton.
From St. Charles, by Murphey’s in St. John’s settlement, to Howard Courthouse, in the Missouri territory.From Vassalborough to Harlem, in Maine.