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TWEN’I`Y-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Rzs. 4, 5. 1841. 467 Tennessee thirty-three copies. T0 the State of Ohio sixty-one copies. To the State of Louisiana fourteen copies. To the State of Indiana twenty-aight copies. To the State of Mississippi lifleen copies. To the State of Illinois twenty-three copies. T0 the State of Alabama twenty-four copies. T0 the State of Missouri sixteen copies. T0 the State of Arkansas five copies. T0 the State of Michigan nine copies. To the Territory of Florida three copies. To the Territory of Wiscousin two copies. To the Territory of Iowa three copies. Being in the whole seven hundred copies; and that the remaining two hundred Remagmgerm copies of said Digest be left with the Librarian of Congress {br future ilge Librarian of disposition. c°”€*€SS· Resolved, That the sum of five hundred and twelve dollars and thirty- $512 38 due eight cents be paid from the Patent fund to reimburse what is still fo; publishing due for publishing said Digest. gald [gg6SM *° Approved, September 1, 1841. gpm ' N 0. 4. A Resolution to provide for the distribution of the printed returns of the Sept. 1, 1841. Sixth Census. — - · Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the aggregate returns Dismbumm to of the census for the year eighteen hundred and forty, directed to be be made by the printed under the supcrintendcmce of the: Secretary of State, by the act gf°:"*“"'Yf°f entitled "An act to provide for taking the sixth census, or enumeration y0:,; as ° ` of the inhabitants of the United States," shall be distributed and dis- Actof March posed of by the Secretary of State, as follows: to the State of Maine, 3·1839· °b·8°· two hundred; to the State of New Hampshire, one hundred and fifteen; to the State of Massachusetts, three hundred; to the State of Rhode Island, forty; to the State of Connecticut, one hundred and twenty; to the State of Vermont, one hundred and ten; to the State of New York, nine hundred and eighty; to the State of New Jersey, one hundred and fifty; to the State of Pennsylvania, six hundred and ninety; to the State of Delaware, forty; to the State of Maryland, one hundred and ninety; to the State of Virginia, five hundred; to the State of North Carolina, three hundred and ninety; to the State of South Carolina, two hundred and forty ; to the State of Georgia, two hundred and eighty; to the State of Kentucky, three hundred and ten; to the State of Tennessee, three hundred and thirty; to the Stntc of Ohio, six hundred and ten; to the State of Louisiana, one hundred and forty; to the State of Indiana, two hundred and eighty; to the State of Mississippi, one hundred and fifty; to the State of Illinois, two hundred and thirty; to the State of Alabama, two hundred and forty; to the State of Missouri, one hundred and sixty; to the State of Arkansas, filly; to the State of Michigan, ninety; to the Territory of Florida, thirty; to the Territory of Wisc0nsin, twenty; to the Territory of Iowa, thirty; to each membcr of the present Congress, and the delegates from the Territories, the President and Vice President of the United States, to each, five copies; being, in the whole, eight thousand five hundred and ten copies; and• that the remaining copies be placed in the Library of Congress for future disposition. Approved, September 1, 1841. N0. 5. ./2 Resolution in relation la Unc purchase of domestic water-rotled hemp for Sept. 11,184L the use of lhe United States Navy. · · " "**" Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Purchgnsc of Sfafes of America in Congress assembled, That the Sqcrétafy of tht-2 g;l;°$sE°;:;f"' Navy bc, and he hereby is, directed to purchase domestic watcmottcd {Q, the ,,,,vy hemp for the use of the United States Navy, so {hr as the same shall be d¤r<=:ct<><l·