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412 TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 6, 7. 1841. This bww of March, one thousand eight hundred and forty, except that this law °°;§;'° m °“° shall expire in one year from and after its passage: Provided, That in Yp1·(§V3S0_ case the Treasury notes outstanding and unrcdccmcd, issued under former laws of Gon css, added to the amount of such notes issued under this act, and actuflily expended or issued to meet payments due aud payable before the fourth day of March next, shall, on the fourth day of March next, exceed the sum of five millions of dollars, then the President of the United States shall be, and he is hereby, authorized to issue, by virtue of the provisions of this act, such further amount of the said notes as will make the whole amount issued under this act, and applicable to payments falling due after the third day of March next, the full sum of Eve millions of dollars. Armovmn, February 15, 1841. Scrnum II. Feb. 18, 1641. CHAP»VI.——·£7| Act maki a iatians or the a ment 0 rcvolutiomzr and

 other gemiuners of the Eiwglu, forghc yea? eilghtcenftzundrcd and girrty-

‘ one, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United

Appmpri¤· States of America in Congress assembled, Thatrthe following sums be,

“°“S· and the same are hereby, appropriated, in addition to former appropriations, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriatcd, for the pensioners of the United States, for the year one thousand eight hundred and fortyjone: g€v0]m;0m,,.y For the revolutionary pcnsxoncrs under the act of the cnghtcenth of pensioners. March, one thousand eight hundred and eighteen, three hundred and mm °h· 19* fourteen thousand dollars; Jnéalid pen- For payment of invalid pensions, one hundred and seven thousand ‘ · ollarsg widows and For pensions to widows and orphans under the act of the fourth of orphans. July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, four hundred and forty- 1g3cr "h‘ 362 eight thousand two hundred and forty-one dollars; Five ye¤rs’ For five years' pensions to widows under the act of the seventh of' P*i¤S1¤¤S¤> July one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, one hundred and

fh mk sixty-eight thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars;

Hulfipay pen. For halfipay pensions, payable through the offices of the Second and ¤i°¤¤· Third Auditors, five thousand dollars; Ammgm 5 035§;::h&gBS, payable through the Second Auditofs office, six hun- ) 130:5 arrcarages, payable through the Third Auditor’s onice, one thousan ollars. Ramowm &c Sm:. 2. And be it further enacted, That one hundred thousand dolof Seminoles. lars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War, for the removal, subsistence, and benefit of such of the Seminole Indian chiefs and warriors as may surrender for emigration. No mms") be Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That no rifles, or arms of any delivered gc kind, shall be delivered to said Indians until they reach the western Umm umih &¤- boundary of the State of Arkansas. Arvnovzn, February 18, 1841. Sn·ru·r¤ II. '_"“ [rgb_ lg, 184L C1-mp. VII.-An Ad to amend an act entitled **.0:1 act ic authorize the State qf

 Tennessee fo iseuc grads and pufccf iitfcs ta certain lands therein described, and

18 1806 £ BL to settle the nlzums to the cacantand umzppropriafed lands within the same," ’ ’passed the czghiccnth day of Jpn], one I/wuscmd ciglui hundred and six. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rapresantatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the State of Tennessee be, and hereby is, constituted the agent of the Government of the