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296 TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. S¤ss.II. C1-1.183,184. 1838. Venue oftran. rule, from regulating the venue of transitory actions, and from changsitory actions. ing the same for a good cause to be shown. _ Au}”“°“:°"' Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That all nssues now pending in iiiziiihstgiiviiem either of said courts shall be tried at the places_ above prescribed for tried. &·¤· holding such court, unless otherwise ordered by Smd court, in pur uancg of the authority given in the last section; and no process issued or proceedings pending in either of said courts shalllbe avoided or impaired by this change of the time and place of holding such court; but all process, bail bonds, and reoogmzances, returnable at the next term of either of said courts, shall be returnable and returned to the said court next held according to this act, in the same manner as if so made returnable on the face thereof; and shall have full effect. accordingly; and all continuances may be made to conform to the provisions of this act. Approved, July 7, 1838. Snrun II. ···—‘·‘ hl? 7» 1838- Crm?. CLXXXIII.-dn dot ceding to the State of Ohio the interest q/' the United `“"""""'”" States in a certain road within that State. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United TMS of the U· States of America in Congress assembled, That all nght or title of the 5;,3 °r§g;;%"}0 United States, acquired by the treaty of Brownstown, in a certain road the site of from the foot of the rapids of the Miami of the Lake to the western OW- line of the Connecticut Western reserve be, and the same is hereby, granted to the State of Ohio. Ammovma, July 7, 1838. Snruerz II. `_'“"' Jul}' 7» l838· CHAP. OLXXXIV.—-An Act to authorize the sale of certain bonds belongng to """"""‘ the United States. [Obsolete.] _ Be it enacted by the Senate and House ¢y" Representatives of the Se,,_·p,.m_ nu. United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of thorized to sell the Treasury be,'and he is hereby, authorized to sell upon the best terms })h°"'° b°“d‘ he can command for money in hand in the markets of this or of any eldby theU. f Q. . . h hanfid f I . f S_ agmnst »· me orugnl country, as upon inquiry e s n rnost or t ie interest 0 president., direc- the United States, the two bonds held by the United States against " the 'fs ;';.‘1h;°m‘ president, directors, and company of the Bank of the United States," hug; of the U_ chartered by the State of Pennsylvania, which will fall due in the month S." chartered of September, in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, gf P§¤';““Yl“‘ and one thousand eight hundred and forty, being the two last of four ¤°several bonds, dated on the tenth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, given to secure the payment of the sum of one million nine hundred and eighty-six thousand, five hundred and eighty- nine dollars and four cents each, with interest upon each bond, at the rate of six per centum per annum, from the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six until paid, the said four bonds having been received by the United States as security for the final pay- meut of the stock held by the United States, in the late Bank of the fI'o executew United States, chartered by Congress, and to execute under his hand and °‘g““““°S‘ the seal of his office, to the purchaser or purchasers of the said bonds, suitable and proper assignments to transfer to the said purchaser or purchasers, his, her, or their representatives, or assigns, all the right, title and interest of the United States, of} in, and to the money due and to become due upon the bonds sold and assigned in pursuance of this act: proviso, Provided, That no sale of either of the said bonds shall be madeupon terms less favorable to the United States than the par value of the bond sold, at the time of sale, calculated according the rules for estimating the par value of securities upon which interest has run for a time, but which securities have not reached maturity. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all money received upon the