TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess.II. 011.24,25. 1841. 415 engaged in an attempt to effect a pacification with the hostile portion of that tribe in Florida. Approved, March 2, 1841. Snrura II. Can. XX1V.—.22n Act makin a iatiom or certain arti 'ons the United States, for the year huqhyolgihnd eigld hundred alia Mme. qi ° Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the [ so Bw`] United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following N‘P'°P'l°· sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any mm' unappropriated money in the Treasury, for the preservation, repairs, construction, and incidental and contingent expenses of certain fortifications, in the year eighteen hundred and forty-one, viz.: For repairs of Fort Independence and sea-wall of Castle island, Fort Independthirty-five thousand dollars; °¤°°- For Fort Warren, forty-five thousand dollars; Fort Warren. For Fort Adams, thirty-five thousand dollars; Fort Adams. For fortifications at New London harbor, fifteen thousand dollars; New London For Fort Schuyler, thirty thousand dollars; l¤¤fb<>r- For permanent wharves for Fort Columbus, Castle William, and South battery, Governors island, ten thousand dollars; Castle Wil- ` For repairs of sea-wall of Castle William, and other parts of Go- lim ¤¤d smb vernor’s island, ten thousand dollars; bggm Wn_ For repairs of Fort Gibson, New York' harbor, five thousand dollars; liam. For repairs of Fort Washington, fifteen thousand dollars; gm Gll>¤°!¤- For Fort Monroe, thirty-five thousand dollars; w,:nW°°hmg` For Fort Calhoun, ten thousand dollars; Fort Monroe. For repairs of Fort Macon, fifteen thousand dollars; Fm C¤lh¤¤¤· For the preservation of the site of Fort Macon, North Carolina, Fm M°°°n‘ twenty-five thousand dollars; For Fort Sumter, sixty thousand dollars; Fort Sumter. For repairs of Castle Pinckney, two thousand dollars; ng““*l° P"‘°k' For Fort. Pulaski, fifteen thousand dollars; pl;," p,,;,,,k;_ For Fort Pickens, ten thousand dollars; Fort Pickens. For Fort Barancas, thirty thousand dollars; FortBaraneu. For Fort Livingston, thirty thousand dollars; Ft.Li-eingsten. For the repairs of Fort Mifliin, five thousand dollars; Fort Miliiin. For contingencies of fortifications, ive thousand dollars; Contingencies. For incidental expenses attending repairs of fortifications, ten thou- Incidental exsand dollars; P¤¤¤¤¤- For repairs of sea-wall on Deer island, Boston harbor, one thousand Deer island. five hundred dollars; For repairs of sea-wall on Rainsford island, Boston harbor, one thou- Raiusford is!. sand dollars; For continuing sea-wall at St. Augustine, fifteen thousand dollars; St. Augustine. For the preservation of the site of Fort Johnson, sixteen thousand Fortlclmscn. dollars. Approved, March 3, 1841. S·raru·rs II. Cnar. XXV.—An .0ct to wide or the su art 0 the Mlitar Acaclem or the year one flzroasandf eight hwhrdrecl had forty-cmg. of ‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United [ bw cw`] States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, Appropriaand the same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in •·i<•¤¤· the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the support of the Military Academy for the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-one, viz. : For pay of officers, cadets, and musicians, sixty thousand five hun- pay, dred and twenty-four dollars;
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