EIGHTEENTH CONGRESS.Sess. II. Ch. 45, 46.1825.
of the public road, directed to be opened from Pensacola to St. Augustine, in the territory of Florida, the sum of eight thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.
Approved, March 3, 1825.
Course to be pursued by the Secretary of the Treasury where the exporter or exporters entering any goods, &c. for the benefit of drawback, shall not have completed such entry within the period prescribed by law.Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, whenever the exporter or exporters, entering any goods, wares, or merchandise, for the benefit of drawback, shall not have completed such entry, by taking the oath or giving the bond, required by the existing laws of the United States within the period prescribed by law, but shall offer to complete the said entry after the expiration of the said period, it shall and may be lawful for the Secretary of the Treasury, upon application to him made, by the said exporter or exporters, setting forth the cause of his or their omission, under oath, and accompanied by a statement of the collector of all the circumstances attending the transaction within the knowledge of such collector, if he shall be satisfied that the failure to complete the said entry was accidental, or without any intention to evade the law or defraud the revenue, to direct the said entry to be completed, and the certificates or debentures, as the case may be, to issue, in the same manner, as if such entry had been completed, within the period prescribed by the existing laws of the United States.
Approved, March 3, 1825.
Mail-routes established, and 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 established:
The present road from Freeport to Bowdoin discontinued.In Maine.—From Camden to Vinalhaven. From Portland, by Cumberland, Walnut Hill, in North Yarmouth, Pownal, Durham, Lisbon Four Corners, Lisbon Little River Village, Bowdoin, Litchfield, and Hallowell, to Augusta; and that the present post-road from Freeport to Bowdoin, be discontinued. From Rumford point to Andover, in the county of Oxford. From Portland, through Westbrook, Falmouth, Gray, New Gloucester, Poland, Minot, Turner, Livermore, Jay, Wilton, to Farmington. From Bangor, by Orono, Birch Stream Settlement, Kelmarnock, Maxfield, Siboois, Piscataquois, Passamaduko, Sunkhaze, and Edington, to Bangor. From Bangor to Houlton Plantations. From Anson, by Embden and Concord, to Bingham. From Craig’s Mills to Otisfield. From the Great Falls in Berwick, by Berwick and South Berwick, Elliott and Kittery, to Portsmouth, in the state of New Hampshire. From Paris to Augusta, through Buckfield, the South part of Hartford, and the north part of Turner, and through Wayne and Winthrop.
New Hampshire.In New Hampshire.—From Andover and Grafton turnpike, by Andover, Danbury, Grafton, Orange, Canaan, and Lime, to Orford. From Dover, by Rochester, Milton, Wakefield, Ossipee east of the Lake, and Eaton, to Conway. From Newport, by Croydon and Grantham, to Lebanon. From New Ipswich, through Peterborough, to Hancock.Vermont.In Vermont.—From Manchester, by Arlington, to Cambridge, in New York. From St. Albans, by Sheldon and Enosburg, to Berkshire. From