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TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Szss.I]. Ch. 30. 1837. 157 suing dcscrtcrs, candles and oil for the ¢§iiTercnt stations, straw for the man, bnrrack furniture, bed sucks, spades, axes, shovels, picks, and carpentcfs tools, seventeen thousand nine hundred and sevent,y—seven dollars and ninety-three cents; For military stores, pay of armorcrs, keeping arms in repair, dpums, Mmmy fifes, flags, accoutrcments, and ordnance stores, two thousand dollars; mores, pay of For launching and securing the ship of the Iinc Pennsylvania, one ”§Jm°’°fz &°· hundred thousand dollars; &c?f*;'§i;l§€hn_ For building and equipping two sloops of war, from frames already sgvgmga. provided under former appropriations, two hundred ancleighty thousand *!‘Id!"g °“d dollars; and also six vcsscls of war, if not less than ten, nor more them eighteen guns, four hundred thousand dollars, in addition to any ma- Also six vesterinls on hand ; $618 0***3*- For erecting and furnishing a new hospital building, and for :1 dwell- Hospital near ing for an assistant surgeon; for the repairs of the present building, P°’"‘*‘°°l“· and for all expenses upon their dependencies near Pensacola, forty-seven thousand five hundred dollars; For erecting :1 sca-wall to protect the shore; for enclosing the hospital Hospital near grounds, for completing the basement of south wing; for repairing N°'f°"*· damages sustained from a recent gale, and for all other expenses upon the dependencies of the hospital near Norfolk, eighteen thousand dollars; For graduating and enclosing the grounds about the naval asylum Naval asylum naar Philadelphia, and For ah other expenses upon the building and its negr Philadeldependencies, tcu thousand four hundred and sixty dollars; Pm- Towards an extension of the hospital building near Brooklyn, New Hospital near York, for enclosing the grounds, and for all other expenses upon its B¤'°¤k¥Y¤· dependencies, sixty-six thousand dollars; For the completion of the present hospital building near Bostoyi, and Hospital mm. for all expenses upon its dependencies, one thousand three hundred and Bcswn. fifcy dollars; For the repair of the enclosure, and for the sca-wal] of the magazine Magazine upon upon Ellis’s island, in the harbor of New York, one thousand two hun- EWS ¤ I¤!¤¤d· dred and iiity dollars; For the completion of the enclosure of the magazine ucar Boston, Magazine near the wharf and other dependencies, two thousand seven hundred and B°S*°¤· fifty dollars; For the purchase of that portion of land, belonging to the town of Gosport navy Portsmouth, Virginia, enclosed by the walls of the navy yard at Gos- Y“'d port, four thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine dollars; To defray any additional expense that may Be incurred in making 3,;,,,,;,,,;;,,,,, an examination and survey of the harbors of Beaufort and Wilmington, &¤·. of Beauin North Carolina, with a view to determine the respective facilities and *;‘g gg advantages of the establishment of a navy yard, Eileen hundred dollars; bum? For the survey of May river, from Tybee bar to the Hunting island, Survey ofM¤y fifteen hundred dollars, for a similar object; “"°’· For payment to Thomas J. Harris of his proportion of the sum of Payment m two thousand dollars, appropriated by Congress, for the capture of a §h°‘?'°¤ I- piratical felucca, in eighteen hundred and twenty-three, twenty-nina m dollars and sixteen cents; To defray the expense of examining the shoals of Georgds Bank, for Emmiuingtbc the purpose of determining upon the practicability of erecting :1 light- shoals of house upon the same, (in aid of the general appropriations for the navy,) G°°’€° “Bank- Iivc thousand dollars. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the following sums being Money wap. the unaxpcnded balances of former appropriations, which have been pmprinted. carried to the account of the surplus fund, bc, and the same are hereby rc-appropriated, to be paid out of any money unappropriated in the treasury, viz: For carrying into effect the acts for the suppression oibthe slave trade, Suppressicn