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692 TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 105. 1844. of Michigan south of Lake Superior, at a rate not exceeding five dollars per mile, under the special direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, and such rules and regulations as he may prescribe, twenty thousand dollars. Survey of pri- For survey of private claims in Alabama, and their connexion with vm °1¤im¤· the adjacent public lands, at a rate not exceeding eight dollars per mile, being in addition to the appropriations made for a similar object by the 1838, eh. 54. acts of sixth April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, and l843· ch- 100- March third, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, one thousand five hundred dollars. _Su_rveys in 1l· For the survey of detached tracts in Illinois and Missouri, in addition Q2;;? ““d M‘S' to the appropriation of the third of March, one thousand eight hundred ' and forty-three, for that purpose, at a rate not exceeding six dollars a mile, and including office work, three thousand dollars. Surveying in For surveying in the State of Louisiana, as follows: At a rate not L°“‘“*°““· exceeding eight dollars a mile, to pay for the excess of the contracts over the amount heretofore provided and expended, twenty-one thousand six hundred and twenty-three dollars; at a rate not exceeding eight dollars a mile, for the correction of the surveys in the Greensburg district, under the act of twenty-ninth August, one thousand eight hundred and 1842, eh. 258. forty-two, including office work, thirty-three thousand four hundred and eighty dollars; at a rate not exceeding four dollars a mile, and incidental expenses, being in addition to the unexpended balance of former appropriations, eleven thousand nine hundred and seven dollars. Survey of pri- For the survey of private claims in Florida, and their connexion with {,y;iy;~m¤m the adjacent public lands, at a rate not exceeding five dollars a mile, _ _' _ five thousand dollars. _°£:’:’G¤ “'*°'· Interwurse with Foreign Nations.-For salaries of the ministers to M,,,{,t,,,.,,_ Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, Austria, Spain, Mexico, and Brazil, seventy-two thousand dollars. I $<·=9*¤*¤¤‘i¢¤ ¤F For salaries of secretaries of legation to the same places, sixteen °g“°'°"‘ thousand dollars. mglursés <l¤¤ For salaries of charges des affaires to Portugal, Denmark, Sweden, L °S' Holland, Belgium, Chili, Peru, Venezuela, New Granada, Texas, Naples, Sardinia, and Buenos Ayres, fifty-eight thousand five hundred ollars. Tl}‘£;‘;*"' *° For salary of a minister resident to Turkey, six thousand dollars. D,,,g(,m,,,,_ For salary of a drogoman to the legation to Turkey, two thousand five hundred dollars. U§"b¤’Y P°‘”· d 5`or expenses of intercourse with the Barbary Powers, ten thousand o ars; Contingent For contingent expenses of foreign intercourse, in addition to the °"”"“S°s‘ balance that may remain thirtieth June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, fifteen thousand dollars; m§§:;S°*P· °*` For contingent expenses of all the missions abroad, fifteen thousand Consul at Lon- d0um`$· don. For salary of the consul at London, two thousand dollars. WSWS"! °° B°y' For salary of consul to Beyroot, five hundred dollars. -Outiits. For outfits of the late and present ministers to Brazil and the minister to Mexico, and of charges des aifaires to Portugal, Sardinia, Chili, Texas, Belgium, and Buenos Ayres, fifty-four thousand dollars: Pra- P¤¤*iS<>· vided, That the appointment of a charge d’atfaires to Belgium be made Ommofmms. during the present session of Congress. _ ,8,. ,0 T,,,k,,,,_ For outfit of a minister resident to Turkey, six thousand dollars. outat ol`D. For outfit to David Porter, late minister resident to Turkey, to be P°"°'· paid to his legal representatives, six thousand dollars. L£g:*;“l¤°° ¤* For clerk hire, office rent, and other expenses of the office of the A ‘ r consul at London, two thousand eight hundred dollars.

 "°°` For the relief and protection of American seamen in foreign GOUR-

tries, thirty thousand dollars.