68 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 259. 1836. Mouth of For the continuation of the works at the harbor near the mouth of rim Raisin theriver Raisin, Michigan Territory, iilteen thousand dollars, U ' Black ,,,,6,., For continuing the removal of obstructions at Black river, Ohio, Su Ohio. thousand six hundred and sixty dollars. Glesveland For continuing the permanent improvement of Cleaveland harbor, harbor- Ohio, fifteen thousand dollars. _ _ _ _ Grand river, For continuing the removal of obstructions at Grand river, Ohio, six Ohm- thousand dollars. _ _ Cunningham For continuing the removal of obstructions at Cunningham creek, °*°€k· Ohio, one thousand two hundred and seventy-five dollars. Connesut For continuing the removal of obstructions at Conneaut creek, Ohio, °'°"’k- two thousand five hundred dollars. Prssque Isle. For continuing the improvement of the harbor*of Presque Isle, Pennsylvania, according to Colonel Totten’s recommendation, fifteen thousand dollars. D¤¤kl¥k»N·Y· For continuing the improvement at Dunkirk harbor, New York, , eleven thousand dollars. Dmdging I"' For a dredging machine on Lake Erie, eight thousand dollars. chme. _ , . Mouth of Ge- For continuing the works at the mouth of Genesee river, New York, ¤¢¤¤·= rim- twenty thousand dollars. 0SW¤g¤ h¤l'· For continuing the pier and mole at Oswego harbor, New York, b"' twenty thousand dollars. Kennebunk. For continuing the pier at Kennebimk, Maine, seven thousand five hundred dollars. ` Hudson river. For continuing the improvement of the navigation of the Hudson river, above and below Albany, in the State of New York, one hundred thousand dollars, to be expended according to the plan and estimate recommended by the Secretary of War. N¤W<=¤¤¤l¤iD¢l- For continuing the improvement of the harbor of New Castle, Delaware, twenty-five thousand dollars. O¢f¤¢0¢k Mel- For continuing the removal of obstructions at Ocracock inlet, North Carolina, nine thousand dollars. _ C¤P¤ Fear For continuing the improvement of the navigation of the Cape Fear nv"' river, below Wilmington, North Carolina, twenty thousand dollars. Ohio river. For the improvement of the navigation of the Ohio river, between Pittsburg and the falls of the Ohio, twenty thousand dollars, which, together with the unexpended balance of the appropriation for this pur- 1835, eh. 26. pose by the act of the third of March, A. D. eighteen hundred and thirty-five, shall be expended by direction of the Secretary of War, under the superintendence of the officers of the engineer corps heretofore employed on that service. _0hio_and Mis- For the improvement of the navigation of the Ohio and Mississippi ¤l¤S¤PP¤ ¤V°Y¤· rivers from Louisville to New Orleans, sixty thousand dollars. Mississippi For the improvement of the Mississippi river above the mouth of the md M1¤S<>¤¤ Ohio river, and for the Missouri river, forty thousand dollars, to be °"' expended in such manner and for the removal of such obstructions as the Secretary of War shall direct. Red river. For continuing the removal of obstructions in Red river, Louisiana, and Territory of Arkansas, forty thousand eight hundred dollars. Boar, and For constructing a boat to prevent a new accumulation of obstruction “'°’k‘”g "· in said river, within the old limits of the Great Raft, so called, fifteen thousand dollars, and the additional sum of fifteen thousand dollars to work and support the same. _ Cumberland For continuing the improvement of the Cumberland river, in Ken- “"°'· KY- tucky and Tennessee, twenty thousand dollars. Fphipola river, For continuing the removal of obstructions in the Chipola river, in °“ *‘· the Territory of Florida, four thousand dollars. twghsugil BES- _ For completing the inland channel between St. Mary’s and St. Jolm’s, ‘in the Territory of Florida, in addition to unexpeuded appropriations.
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