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414 TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 12, 13,21. 1841. the adjacent country, which separates the States of Maine and New Hampshire from the British provinces. Armovnn. February 27, 1841. Swrrurs II. F,,b_ gy 18h_ Cnav. XII.-An Act to confirm to the Stale of Indiana the land selected by hea- ·—-——L-··-—— for that portion of the Wabash and Erie canal which lies between the mouth if 1848> °h· 36· the Tippecanoe river and Terre Haute, and for other purposes. (cr) Be it enacted by the Senate and House af Representatives of the 1;;':,lg;‘}:3{a_ United States of America in Congress assembled, That there be, and m, ,,,,,3,,, act D; there hereby is, confirmed to the State of Indiana, the land selected by 2d March 1827, her, under the provisions of the act of second of March, eighteen hun·

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' land to the State of Indiana, for the pipplosevcgrf Eidipg ttl: State ir; cipaelpinc a canal to connect the waters o the a as wi ose o e Eiie," for that portion of the canal between the mouth of the Tippecanoe river and Terre Haute, as returned by said State to the Secretary of the Treasur . Indiana mmm_ Sec. 2. Andybe it further enacted, That should any of said lands, rizsd to select at the time of their selection and location by the State, have been subqrhcr lands in ject to any right of pre-emption, or other legal incumbrauce, the State 1‘°“-°f ‘h°s° of Indiana shall be and she hereby is, authorized to select, of any lands subject to re· . . ’ . . . . emption, sie. subject to private entry in sa1d State, other lands m lieu of so much thereof as may be so incumbered, and, upon return of a description of the same to the Secretary of the Treasury, the same shall be, and I,mv,S°_ hereby is, confirmed to the State: Provided, That no more land shall be selected, or hereby confirmed, than a quantity equal to one half of live sections in width on each side of said canal, from the mouth of the Ti ecanoe river to Terre Haute. hlhrnovsn, February 27, 1841. Snrurz II. CHAP. XIlI.——An Act urther to continue in orce the act or the ent

 horses and other péwty lost in the militarily service of the U1dtedpaSt3C¢’les. if

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Further c0,,,;_ United States of America in Congress assembled, That the act entitled nuation of aetof "An act to provide for the payment of horses and other property lost or g§“51g;rlg€g· destroyed in the military service of the United States," approved on the y,,,,,; eighteenth day of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, and which was continued in force for two years from the end of the second session of the twenty-fifth Congress, by an act entitled "An act to continue in force the act for the payment of horses and other property lost 1838 ch. 177. . . . . . ' m the military service," approved on the seventh of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, be, and the same is hereby, further continued in force for two years from the end of the present session of Congress. Arvuovmn, February 27, 1841. Sucruerz II. —-`_ CHA?. XXI.-Jin Act maki an `ation to ra the a de a-

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[Obsolete.] pumuw, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the A,,p,.,,,,n,,,;°,,_ United Slates of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of fifteen thousand dollars be appropriated, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to defray the expense of a delegation of the Seminole Indians west of the Mississippi; and other agents (a) An act to grant certain lands to the State of Indiana, the better to enable the said State to extend and complete the Wabash and Erie canal from Terre Haute to the Ohio river; March 3, 1845, chap. 42.