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628 TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. C11. 96, 97. 1843. Exempliiica- Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That exemplifications granted in

  • l°¤¤°l`“’**¤'¤¤*¤ pursuance of the aforesaid section of the act aforesaid, of any warrant

5’,§'al°v:E£fy survey, assignment, and other evidences comprising the entire mumwith the origi- ments of title, whereon any patent has been based for lands granted by mls- the United States in the aforesaid Virginia military land district or elsewhere, shall be, and are hereby, declared and held as of equal validity with the original patent, warrant survey, assignment, or other evidence of title, on file in said office. V Armovao, March 3, 1843. Srnucrs III. --;-— Murch 3, 1843. Cnr.1>.XCVI.-—An Act pmvidirf {or the settlement of claims for supplies fur- "—‘—"*" ni.:/ze the Florida militza. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Cl“l““ ’° **9 States of Amerim in Congress assembled, That the accounting officers

?,;l;°;d0$2qE,Q;' of the treasury are authorized and required to settle the claims for supandjusuce. plies furnished the Florida militia, the payment of which is provided for

1842, ch. 192. by the acts of August the twenty-third, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, upon principles of equity and justice, under the directions of the Secretary of War. Approved, March 3, 1843. Srxrurz III. ···—·-·— March 3, 1843. CHAP. XCVII.—An Act to provide for holding circuit courts al `PWZliam@0rt "`_"*" in the western district nf Pennsylvania. (ez) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the !‘·¤*§ Vwing United Staicsof America in Congress assembled, That so much of

 any act or acts of Congress as vest in the district court of the United

at Williamsport States for the western district of Pennsylvania holding its sessions at ¤g>P¤lQd· Williamsport the power and jurisdiction of a circuit court be, and the whggltg ';‘;“"S’ same is hereby repealed ; and there shall hereafter be circuit courts held held, at Williamsport on the third Mondays of June and the third Mondays of September in each year by the associate justice of the Supreme Court who now is or shall lierealier be allotted to the circuit in which said district is situated and the district judge of the western district of Pennsylvania; either of whom shall constitute a quorum; which circuit court and the judges thereof shall have like powers and exercise like jurisdiction as other circuit courts and the judges thereof, and the said district court and the judge thereof shall have like powers and exercise like jurisdiction as the district courts and the judges thereof, in the other circuits. PF¤$=¤¤dl¤€¤· Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all actions, suits, prosecu- 0OghlZt\blO H1 8· . circuit coun, tions, causes, pleas, process and other proceedings, relative to any cause, mw pending in civil or criminal, (which might have been brought, and could have been ¢h¤ disk ¤<>¤f¢· originally cognizable in a circuit court) now pending in or returnable "°"“f°"°‘l‘ to the said district court of the United States for the western district of Pennsylvania held at Williamsport, acting as a circuit court on the first day of April next shall be and are hereby declared to be, respectively transferred, returnable and continued to the said circuit court constituted by this act to be holden at Williamsport within the said district; and shall be heard, tried and determined therein, in the same manner as if originally brought, entered, prosecuted or had, in such circuit court. And the said circuit court shall be governed by the same laws and regulations as apply to the other circuit courts of the United States; and the clerk of the said court shall perform the same duties and shall be entitled to receive the same fees and emoluments, which are by law established ('or the clerks of the other circuit courts of the United States. Approved, March 3, 1843. (a.) Act of February 19, 1831, chap. *28.