716 TWENTY·EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess.1. Rss. 1, 2, 3, 4. 1844. or their legal representatives, specifying thereon the extent of their several claims by occupancy; and that when the said enuy shall be made, To enure to the same shall enure to the benefit of such persons, severally, in the llwir b¢¤¤&* ¤°· proportions and according to the quantities specified on said plat; And v;};:},};,, provided further, That this act shall not invalidate any rights which ` any other person, not herein named, may be entitled to under any law heretofore passed. Amuwvnn, June 17, 1844. RESOLUTIONS. March 4, 1g44_ No. 1. A Joint Resolution acce_ptin-lg- thliersavord oy" Washington and surf of .-- an tn. Preamble. Whereas, by a joint resolution which passed both Houses of Congress during the third session of the twenty-seventh Congress, the sword 0f Wasltington and the staff of Franklin, presented to Congress by Samuel T. Washington, of Kenawha county, Virginia, were accepted in the name.of the nation, and the thanks of Congress were presented therefor to the donor, and the President of the United States was directed to communicate to the said Samuel T. Washington a copy of said resolution. And whereas, said resolution did not reach the President of the United States before the adjournment of Con— gress, and did not therefore receive his approval and signature. And whereas the President of the United States did communicate to the ' said Samuel T. Washington a copy of said resolution: Therefore, in order to vest the title to said relics in the United States Sword and Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives bf the United ile? ascevtéidé States of America in Congress assembled, That said sword and staif ,,°;Si,,,;l}§°;,?,_ are hereby accepted in the name of the Nation, and that they be deposited in the Department of State of the United States for safe-keeping. Armovnn, March 4, 1844. April 30, 1844, No. 2. Joint Resolution of respect for the memory of the donor of the Carnp Cheat W`; 0 HATE ll . f Ge l Was} ngton Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United sense of th., States if America in Congress assembled, That the Senate and House value of the be- of Representatives take pleasure in recognising to the widow and family $,:‘;‘::j;;5:g&° of the late William Sydney Winder, their high sense of the value of family of w_ S_ the bequest contained in his will, and in expressing their respect for the Winder by memory of the donor. C°"g"°"‘ Avrnovmn A 'l 30 1844 l , pri , . April 30, 1844. N0. 3. Joint Resolution accepting the Camp Chest of General Waslzingtovr. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Camp chest States of Ame1-ico in Congress assembled, That the Camp Chest of ?§°§;’zfg·0*;?gd General George Washington, which he used during the revolutionary Wal', 8, ap,,,?,,,,, ,8, bequeathed, by the last will of the late William Sydney Winder, to the lic in the Dep’t Congress of the United States, be and the same is hereby accepted, and °f °°“‘°* gmt the same be deposited, as a precious relic, to be preserved in the epartment of State. Armtovnn, April 30, 1844. April 30, ]g44_ No. 4. Joint Ruolution repeating the ajnolieation of cu-tain appropriatimm hereto- —i——-- fore made. Settlement f Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ,,,,,,,,,,,,s,~u,.,;8i°; States of America in Congress assembled, That, in settling for suppll0S edmiliria under furnished tomilitia in the service of the United States under the act
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