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508 TVVENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Cir. 183. 1842. Cerrainlands county of Dubuque, in the Territory of Iowa, heretofore reserved for ”S*""°d M §h° the Dubuque claim, so called, which have not been sold by the United £`;i°,:°Qi€,;hf,“,;"' States; by virtue of the acts of the fourth day of July, one thousand public lands. eight hundred and thirty-six, and the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, be, and the same are hereby, declared to Settlers, &e. be public lands, and that settlers on said land, who but for said reserva- E:§S€“‘°' wd tion would have been enabled to enter the same under the prejemption 1834., ch_54_ laws of nineteenth June, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four, 1838, ch. 119. twenty-second June, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, first ]84O· “h· 3* June, one thousand eight hundred and forty, or fourth September, one 1841’ ch`l6` thousand eight hundred and forty-one, be, and they are hereby, authorized to enter the same at one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, at any time within one year after the date of this act, upon complying with the provisions of either of said acts under which such person may claim; Preference to the settlers under the earlier law being entitled to the preference over

 those under a subsequent one: Provided, That this section is not to be

pmQ,,S,_,_regarded as extending the right ofpre-emption to lands reserved for lead _ mines, salt springs, school sections, or town lots: And provided for- P*°“S°- ther, That should the said claim of Dubuque hereafter prove valid, compensation to the claimants shall be made by the United States in other public lands equal in quantity, subject to private entry. Ammovnn, August 16, 1842. Sruvu: II. I-"-"-` Aug. 23, 1842. CHAP. CLXXXlIl.—An Act making appropriations for the support of the army,

    • 1 `?7Z(? of the military academy, for the year one thousand eight hundred and

or y- wo. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the APDf<>Pfi¤¤i0¤S United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums f°' [M °"“Y· be, and the same hereby are, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the support of the army for the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-two. Yay- No. 1. For the pay of the army, one million four hundred and seventy- seven thousand seven hundred dollars. Subsisfence of No. 2. For commutation of officers’ subsistence, five hundred and °‘H°‘"S‘ twenty-seven thousand two hundred and sixty-four dollars. Forage ofoni- No. 3. For commutation of forage of oli‘icers’ horses, one hundred _ cm' h°'S€S· and sixteen thousand nine hundred and seventy-one dollars. Clothing of of- No. 4. For commutation of clothing of officers servants, thirty thou- H°°”’ S""'"S‘ sand two hundred and forty dollars. dclvthige not For commutation of clothing not drawn in kind by the troops, fifty t;:,;; Y thousand two hundred and forty dollars. Recruiting. No. 5. For expenses of recruiting, fifteen thousand seven hundred and nine dollars and thirty-six cents. Clothing, Ste. No. 6. For clothing of the army, camp and garrison equipage, cooking utensils, and hospital furniture, three hundred and seventy-four thousand eight hundred and seventy-six dollars and eighty cents. Subsistence. No. 7. For subsistence in kind, exclusive of that of officers, seven hundred and sixty-nine thousand six hundred and sixty-eight dollars. (iyaryiiyg No. 8, For the regular supplies furnished by the Quarterlmastefs demps depmmqh p}fOfq1sezl,l§o:i:;;,<i;p£,rsstratv, stationery, and printing, three Barracks. &c. N o. 9. For barracks, quarters, and storehonses, embracing the repairs and enlargement of barracks, quarters, storehouses, and hospitals; the erection of temporary cantonments and of gun-houses for the protection of cannon; the purchase of tools and materials and of furniture for the barrack rooms; rent of quarters for officers, of barracks for troops, where there are no public buildings for their accommodation, of storehouses for the safe-keeping of subsistence, clothing, and other military