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TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. C1-1. 268. 1836. 77 act making appropriations for the current expenses of the Indian De- ¤¤¤V¤l °f Willpartment for Indian annuities and other similar objects for the year flf,”;g:,,°;{,,,lfQ': eighteen hundred and thirty-six, for the removal of the Winnebago 1836, en. Bs. Indians, may be expended upon such of the said Indians as actually remove, and upon no others. And the said Indians shall be removed either to the neutral ground or to such country as may be assigned to them by treaty on the southwest side of the river Missouri. Approved, July 2, 1836. ’°""""' Srnurn I. CHAP. CCLXVlIl.—An Jlct makin a {ations or certain arti ations Jn1I2v 1836- the [Lifted States for the year one Ihogszzidreight hicrtdrcd amljthirlijg-six, adfd for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby appropriated, to be paid out of any unappropriated money in the Treasury, for certain fortifications, viz : For the preservation of Castle Island and repairs of Fort Independ- Castle Island. ence, Boston harbor, one hundred thousand dollars. &°· For Fort Warren, Boston harbor, two hundred thousand dollars. Fort Warren. For Fort Adams, Rhode Island, two hundred thousand dollars. Fort Adams. For Fort Schuyler, East river, New York, two hundred thousand Fortsclnlyler. dollars. For repairs of Fort Columbus and Castle Williams, and officers’ quar· For: Columters, on Governor’s Island, New York harbor, twenty thousand dollars. b“°* &'°‘ For Fort Delaware, Delaware river, one hundred and fifty thousand Fort Delaware. dollars. For Fort Calhoun, Virginia, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Fort Calhoun. For Fort Caswell, Oak Island, North Carolina, sixty thousand dol- Fg;-g(]agwe]l_ lars. For fortifications, Charleston harbor, South Carolina, and preserva- Fam, chute,. tion of the site of Fort Moultrie, one hundred and fifty thousand dol- wu harborlars. For Fort Pulaski, Cockspur Island, Georgia, one hundred and seventy Fort Pulaski. thousand dollars. For Fort Pickens, Pensacola, Florida, fifty thousand dollars. Fort Pickens. For the fort at Foster’s Bank, Florida, one hundred and sixty thou- Fort stFoster’s sand dollars. B"‘"k· For incidental expenses attending repairs of fortifications, and for Incidents1e:- the purchase of additional land in their neighbourhood, one hundred WHS68- thousand dollars. _ _ For contingencies of fortifications, ten thousand dollars. C¤¤¤¤s¤¤¢¤¤¤· For the purchase of land and the right of way on Throg’s Point, in Re-appropri- Long Island Sound, being the balance of the appropriation of one thou- *;°* l’·'°5’°' sand eight hundred and twenty-six, carried to the surplus fund the first lggél cy, 7g_ of January, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, two thousand dollars. And the following sums, necessary to close accounts in the Office of c03;;S'%;’€?.h';;i the Third Auditor, viz. Audigoykqiiqq, For a fort on Cockspur Island, Georgia, two thousand three hundred Forton Cockand eight dollars and fifty-six cents. _ “P‘“` Isl°‘"d‘ For contingencies of fortifications, sixty-one dollars and eight cents. C,,,,,,,,g,,,,,,;,,,_ For fortifications at Pensacola, one thousand two hundred and twenty- F,m;5,,,5°¤¤ three dollars and thirty-one cents. M P€¤S¤°°l°· For the armament of fortifications, in addition to the amount included A,,,,ame,,; in the bill making appropriations for the support of the army for one gg f¤r¤6<>¤¤<>¤¤» thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, including cannon, mortars, ct of 18% howitzers, gun carriages, howitzer carriages, mortar beds, powder, 0h_ 6g_ cannon balls, shells, and for the transportation of ordnange and ordnance o