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'1`WENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. C11363. 1836. 129 For the survey of a ledge near Owl’s-head harbour, to determine the Suite; Mar expediency of erecting thereon a breakwater to improve said harbor, fjjjoj md four hundred dollars. ‘ ° For the examination and survey of the passage into Cobscook bay, Survey at in the State of Maine, for the purpose of ascertaining the practicability C<>b¤<=<><>k bey- of removing two ledges whereby the navigation of said bay is materially obstructed, three hundred dollars. _ For deepening the channel of the Cocheco branch of the Piscataqua D1LI{,*‘£‘,f°Sl}§Q;,_" river, leading into Dover harbour, five thousand dollars. catagua riier, i For the improvement of the harbor at the mouth of Bass river, ten Massachusetts. thousand dollars and forty-one cents. Blggglxjcsf For removing the wreck in the harbor of New Bedford, ten thousand Removing d0]]3_]·5_ wreck, New For the construction of a breakwater at Sandy bay, agreeably to the B]?;];-‘;{,‘{vl;€:;l;°;E report of a survey made by direction of the Department of War, trans- Sandy hay. mitted to Congress by the President, April twenty-third, eighteen hun- · dred and thirty, ton thousand dollars. For preserving the point of land leading to the fort and lighthouse at _Point of land the Gurnet, in Duxbury, by hurdles or double ranges of piles, five thou- m D¤Xl>¤*Y· sand dollars. For the preservation of Rainsford island, in the harbor of Boston, Rainsford islfifteen thousand dollars. and- For a breakwater at Church’s cove harbor, in the town of Little Rhode Island. Compton, ten thousand dollars, agreeably to a survey made by Lieu- Cli’“‘lL‘f’°*°¥ al tenant Colonel Anderson, of the United States topographical engineers, h,,,;:,? S °°v° in eighteen hundred and twenty-seven. _ For improving the harbor of Saybrook, by removing the bar at the g°“,;’°°*{;’¥· mouth of Connecticut river, twenty thousand dollars. bo? r°° u` For improving the harbor of Westport, agreeably to the report of www; im. John Anderson, of the Engineer corps, three thousand dollars. bor- For a sea—wall to preserve Fairweather island, near Black Rock _ Fairweather harbor, ten thousand dollars. Island- For securing the public works at the harbor of Southport, one thou- Southport. sand five hundred dollars. For further securing the beach at Cedar point, in Connecticut, one Cedar Point. thousand dollars. For deepening the channel leading into Bridgeport harbor, ten thou- Bridgeport sand dollars. h°·'b°l’· For deepening the channel of the river Thames, leading into Nor- Norwich harwich harbor, ten thousand dollars. bidémont For building a breakwater or pier at the harbor of Burlington, ten I;,,,,,,;,,,,,,},,,, thousand dollars. Burlington har- For deepening the channel to eight feet between the islands of North bfjlémnel mm and South Hero, near Saint Alban’s in Lake Champlain, in Vermont, SL Albans_ fifteen thousand dollars. For the improvement of the harbor of Portland, on Lake Erie, ten i;§¤agé"g;__ thousand dollars. im, Lake Erie, For the improvement of the harbor at the mouth of Salmon river, on Salmon ,,,,8,., Lake Ontario, according to the several plans of said harbor, submitted Lake Ontariothrough the Department of War, five thousand dollars. For the improvement of the harbor at the mouth of Oak Orchard Oak Orchard creek, on Lake Ontario, according to the plan thereof made by Joseph ‘3'§il:Ag·’*k° G. Swift, civil engineer, five thousand dollars. . _ ` For the improvement of the harbor at the mouth of Black river, in Black ,.iv,,,,_ the county of J eiferson, five thousand dollars. For building a breakwater or pier at the harbor of Plattsburg, ten Breakwnter at thousand dollars. Pl°"Sb"rg‘ For improving the harbor at the mouth of Cattaraugus creek, on Cattaraugus Lake Erie, iiiteen thousand dollars. °’°°k*l°k° El"' Vox.. V.-17