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465 TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Rss. 1,2,3. 1841. RESOLUTIONS. No. 1. A Resolution mani esti the sensibilit Congress u on the event the

 death of PWlliam Hejnrynliarrison, late lérgslident of thepUnited Stateaqf

Preamble_ The melancholy event of the death of William Henry Harrison, the late President of the United States, having occurred during the recess of Congress, and the two Houses sharing in the general grief and desiring to manifest their sensibility upon the occasion of that public bereavement, therefore Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Presiding ofti- States of America in Congress assembled, That the chairs of the Presig‘;':h:;’sé;j,'?n dent of the Senate and of the Speaker of the House of Representatives be Muck_ shrouded in black during the residue of the session; and that the Presi- Usunlbudge dent pro ternpore of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Repre- {’f'“°“"“”g *° sentatives, and the members and officers of both Houses, wear the usual Bw""' bad e f mournin f r thirt da s. S 0 S 0 Y Y Resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to p,.Bs_ U_ S_ to transmit a copy of these resolutions to Mrs. Harrison, and to assure her send a copy of the profound respect of the two Houses of Congress for her person

  • g'°*?l °° M"- and character, and of their sincere condolence on the late afllicting

mm"' dis ensation of Pr vidence. p 0 Approved, June 14, 1841. Aug. 25, 1841. No. 2. A Resolution relating to the light-boats now stationed at Sandy Hook and ·""· *·‘_ Bartlett’s Red Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Sm Treasury States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the my ¤h¤¤a<= Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized, if upon full inquiry he deem

l§;;;`bg’,°; m' it expedient, to cause the light-boat now stationed at Sandy Hook to be

'removed, and to be placed near Bartlctt’s reef; in Long Island Sound; and whenever the same shall be so removed and placed, to cause the light-boat now at Bartlett’s reef to be removed, and placed, if he deem it expedient, near Execution Rocks, in Long Island Sound, with a bell only for the latter vessel, to be so fixed as to be rung by the motion of the sea. Approved, August 25, 1841. sep; 1, 134], No. 3. A Resolution for the distribution of seven hundred copies of the Digest if

  • "—_‘* atents.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United com _Q , { States of Amergica in Congress assembled, That the Commissioner of Pl,,";`?, ;,;,d Patents be directed to send to the Secretary of State of each of the a certain num. States of this Union, and of the Territories of Florida, Wisconsin, and b¢¤‘h<>f:=¢>P¤¢¤5¤ Iowa, the Digest of Patents published by the Commissioner of Patents, f:;,,,;,’;,l° an under the act of Congress, dated March third, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine; to be disposed of as the Legislaturesof each State and Territory may direct, viz: To the State of Maine twenty copies. To tue State of New Hampshire ten copies. To the State of Massachusetts thirty copies. To the State of Rhode Island four copies. T0 the State of Connecticut twelve copies. To the State of Vermont eleven copies. To the State of New York ninety-eight copies. To the State of New Jersey fifteen copies. To the State of Pennsylvania sixty- nine copies. To the State of Delaware four copies. To the State of Maryland nineteen copies. To the State of Virginia fifty copies. To the State of North Carolina thirty-nine copies. To the State of South Carolina twenty-four copies. To the State of Georgia twenty-eight copies. To the State of Kentucky thirty-one copies. To the State of