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TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 32. 1844. 659 dollars and seventy-two cents, being the amount of balances of former appropriations for West Head and Southeast batteries on said island, which was subject to revert to the surplus fund on the thirty-first of December last, ten thousand four hundred and twenty-seven dollars and seventy-two cents; For repairs of Fort Independence, and sea-wall of Castle Island, Bos- Fort Indepenton harbor, eight thousand dollars; dence. For Fort Warren, Boston harbor, iilteen thousand dollars; Fort Wanen. For Fort Adams, Rhode Island, eight thousand dollars; For: Adams. For rebuilding Fort Trumbull, New London harbor, Connecticut, Ft. Trumbull. twenty thousand dollars; For Fort Schuyler, East river, New York, thirty thousmd dollars; F crt Schuyler. For repairs of Castle Williams, New York harbor, eight thousand dol- l_C¤¤¢l% Wiljus; rams, ever- For repairs of Fort Wood, Bedlow’s Island, New York harbor, thir- n§*l;;1iisi§g3_ teen thousand dollars; For repairs of Fort Hamilton, New York harbor, eight thousand dol- FortHamllmn. lars; For repairs of Fort Mifllin, being the balance of a former appropria- Fort Mifiim. tion of five thousand dollars, which was subject to revert to the sgrplus fund on the thirty-lirst day of December last, four thousand nine hun- ° dred dollars; For Fort Delaware, Delaware river, provided the title to the Peapatch F t- Delaware. island shall be decided to be in the United States, being part of a Pwvisobalance of eighty-one thousand four hundred and sixty-five dollars and 18**1: °h-17· twenty-five cents of former appropriations, which was subject to revert to the surplus fund on the thirty-first of December last, twenty thousand dollars; For repairing forts at Annapolis harbor, Maryland, being the amount Fans at An. of a former appropriation, which was subject to revert to the surplus ¤¤1>¤li¤· fund on the thirty-first day of December last, five thousand dollars; For repairs of Fort Washington, Potomac river, Maryland, fifteen F<>rtW¤¤hl¤g· thousand dollars; ‘°"• For Fort Monroe, Virginia, fifteen thousand dollars; Fort Monroe. For Fort Calhoun, Virginia, being part of a balance of sixteen thou- Fort Calhoun. sand two hundred and fifty-two dollars and one cent, of former appropriations, which was subject to revert to the surplus fund on the thirty- first of December last, five thousand dollars; For repairs of Fort- Macon, Beaufort harbor, North Carolina, five FM Mwonthousand dollars; For preservation of the site of Fort Caswell, at the mouth of Cape Fm G¤¤W¤U- Fear river, North Carolina, six thousand five hundred dollars; For preservation of the site of Fort Moultrie, Charleston harbor, F°**M¤¤l¤’i¤· South Carolina, ten thousand dollars; For dike to Drunken Dick shoal, for the preservation of Sullivan’s DF¤¤l¤¤¤ Divk Island and the site of Fort Moultrie, Charleston harbor, South Carolina, Sh°°l‘ twenty thousand dollars; For Fort Sumter, Charleston harbor, South Carolina, forty-three thou- Fort Sumter. sand dollars; For preservation of the site of Fort Johnson, Charleston harbor, Fortlohnscn. South Carolina, one thousand five hundred dollars; For Fort Pulaski, mouth of Savannah river, Georgia, thirteen thou- F¤r¢ P¤l¤¤kisand dollars; . F MCR For Fort McKee, Pensacola harbor, Florida, five thousand llars; FTB °°' For Fort Barrancas, Pensacola harbor, Florida, twelve thousand five“"a"°°*‘ hundred dollars; For repairs of Fort Morgan, Mobile Point, Alabama, twelve thousand Fw M¢>1‘s=¤· dollars;