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TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. C11. 77, 78. 1843. 611 the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of the navy pensions, which will become due on the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, and on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and forty-four. To pay the invalids new on the rolls, (and those who may be added Pay ofinvaduring the first half year of one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, Me on the said first day of July, twenty thousand dollars; and onthe [said} first day of January, twenty thousand dollars. To pay widows’ pensions under the act of June thirty, one thousand Widows' peugiglit hundred and thirty-four, (including not only those who are new “',9?° ““g°*' 3*** on the rolls, but those who may be added for the first half year of one (l834un<$h.dh4 thousand eight hundred and forty-three,) on the said iirst day of July, l i three thousand dollars; and on the said first day of January, three thousand dollars. To pay the claims of widows and orphans, under the act of March Claims of withird, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven, on the said first day dg"'“ ““‘{,°" h of July, eight thousand dollars; and on the said first day of January, £c:ggfiif,,l:i,t3° eight thousand dollars. 1837. I Approved, March 3, 1843. LXYVII -.0 .4 t t de lands Snwm HL Can. r . n c ta sc asi certain reservations ,on accmmt live oak in the southeastcm district of Louigiana. qi Much 3’ 1g4g' Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 2Afg3%f gflgllh Smtes of America in Congress assembled, That the reservations made sec. 6. ’ ' by the United States in eighteen hundred and thirty-two, of lands situ- CF'*°l¤fF*i>¤<·>*· ate in township thirteen, range twelve east; township fourteen, ranges ENE?; gakuggs twelve and thirteen east; township fifteen, range thirteen east; township aside. sixteen, range sixteen east; and township seventeen, range sixteen east, in the southeastern district of Louisiana, on account of the live oak supposed to grow thereon, be set aside and annulled; and that any per- Right of presons entitled to pre·emption under the existing laws, within the limits fm§'*°‘5‘*'¢ **:,*1 of the said townships, be admitted to make their proofs and complete an " mlm ' their titles, in the same manner as if the reservations for live oak had not been made. Approved, March 3, 1843. ‘_""" STATUTE III. CHAP. LXXVIII.-.£n act authorizing the sale q lands, with tim improvements Mam]13, 1343, thereon erected by the United Slatcs,for the use of their agcnla, teachers, farmers, ·-··-····~··—·· mechanics, and other persons employed amongst the Indians. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Sah, of b,,“d_ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War ings erected tty bc, and he is hereby, authorized to cause to be sold all such dwelling- U- S- l`°é'b*h°“' houses, churches, school-houses, workshops, and other buildings belong- g?;,; 1,,,%,,ns, ing to the United States, as have been, or hereafter shall be, erected for authorized. the use of their agents, teachers, farmers, mechanics, and other persons employed amongst the Indians, when the lands on which the same are erected shall have become the property of the United States, and are no longer necessary for the purposes aforesaid. SHG. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of War be, Sale af l¤¤d_ Rnd he is hereby, authorized to eause to be sold, at his discretion, with ;;£°£Z5gin“'“l‘ each of such buildings mentioned in the preceding section of this act, a quantity of land not exceeding one section; and on the payment of the consideration agreed for, into the treasury of the United States by the purchaser, the said Secretary shall make, execute, and deliver, to the said purchaser, a title in fee simple for such lands and tenements. Aprnovnn, March 3, 1843.