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TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch.32,3S. 1842. 489 turnable at the said term at Cincinnati ; and the said district court shall An adjourned have POWCT, whenever, in the opinion of lllé jlldgé thereof, it may be term ¤’¤¤,V be necessary for the convenient administration of justice, to hold an ad. iing “' C*°"°· jnumed term of said distriili court at the city of Cleveland, in said an ` district, at such time as he may think proper; and the said district court The court may may make all necessary rules for holding such adjourned term of said m¤k°'h° ¤•>¢¢¤ court, and for the proper return of process, my '“l°”· Arpnovnp, June 1, 1842. e Snrurs II. CHAP. XXXII.-—·An Act regctlcziing commercial intercourse with the port of Coy. June 1, 1842 mm, m the colony of french Guwmu, and to remit certam duties. (a) ——·———-—-- B it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Mzited States of America in Congress assembled, That the provisions of the F'?¤°h Y€¤¤€l¤ act entitled "An act regulating the commercial intercourse with the islands of Martinique and Guadaloupe/’ approved on the ninth of May, &,c, to psy mf eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, admitting French vessels coming high" d¤'i€¤ lrom, and laden with articles, the growth and manufacture of either of :,l;;€£m°"°°“ the said islands, are hereby extended to the vessels of the same nation ;3gg)`ch_4$_ coming from the port of Cayenne, in the colony of French Guiana, so as to entitle said vessels coming directly from said port of Cayenne, and laden with articles the growth or manufacture of said colony, which are permitted to be exported therefrom in American vessels, to admission into the ports of the United States, on payment of no higher duties of tonnage, or on their cargoes, as aforesaid, than are imposed on American vessels, and on like cargoes therein imported: Provided, That if Pf•?Sid¤¤¢¤u· the President of the United States shall, at any time, receive satisfactory g;°;:;’f,?e°gpSe‘;;1 information that the privileges allowed to American vessels and their igimsofthts act, cargoes in the said colony of French Guiana by the arretes of its Go· Whwvernor, bearing date the fifth of December, eighteen hundred and thirty- one, and the twenty-eighth of December, eighteen hundred and thirty- three, and by the tariffs and regulations in force in the colony, have been revoked or annulled, he is hereby authorized, by proclamation, to suspend the operations of this act, and withhold all privileges allowed under it. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Trea- C¤¥¢¤i¤;_ duties sury is hereby authorized to refund, out of any money in the Treasury t° b' M “"d°d‘ not otherwise appropriated, such amount of duty, inconsistent with the provisoes of the first section of this act, which, since the arretcs, and the tariffs, and regulations referred to in the provisions to the first section of this act, have been in operation in said colony, as may have been levied in the ports of the United States upon any French vessels coming directly from the port of Cayenne, laden with such articles, the growth or manufacture of said colony, which were allowed to be exported therefrom in American vessels. Aprnovmn, June 1, 1842. Srnurxz II. CHAP. XXXVIII.-J1: .0et ia aut/wrize the collecivr of the disiricf of Fdiffcld to June 4, 1842 reside in either of the towns of Hziqjicld or Bridgeport. —-———---— Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the S I F M United States of America in Congress assembled, That S0 much of 2d(:·`z$;};({7;j’ the act entitled “An act to regulate the duties on imports and tonnage," ch: 22, as reapproved March second, seventeen hundred and ninety-nine, 8S \‘eqUll'€S ilulrefglgeigtig the collector for the district or Fairfield, in the State of Connecticut, to ,‘j°F‘f,,,,,,,,d, N, reside in the town of Fairlield, be, and the same is hereby, repealed; peeled, &.c. (a) See notes of the acts relating to discriminating duties, vol. 4, 2. Vox,. V.—62