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718 TWENTY-EIG HTH CONGRESS. Sess.I. Rus. 10, 11, 12,14. 1844., June 12, 1844. No. 10. .2 Resolution respecting receipts issued by the Treasurer of the United '_"‘_"_" Slales, in paymzml for pub/ic lands. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United T.-m,,m·,, States of America. in Congress assembled, Thatdany certiiicfates which ¤·¤¤i55=¤¥¤¤ OY have been issued by the Treasurer of the Unite States, in avor of im

 £‘}"h° dividuals who have deposited moneys at the Treasury in payment for

rgndg under act lands intended by them to be purchased under the act of Congress, sp- OYAPHI 24, proved April the twenty-fourth in the year of our Lord one thousand 52;),; jlgéighgd eight hundred and twenty, entitled “An act making further provision to bg ,mMd’ for the sale of the public lands," and which certificates have been asm P=%Ym¤¤* lbf signed, may be received in payment for public lands purchased at public public lands. · , · bp h sale or by private entry, and any recewer of pu ic moneys w o may have received such certificates in payment as aforesaid, may be credited with the amount thereof, upon delivering, them duly transferred to the Treasury. Approved, June 12, 1844. June 12, 1844. N o. ll. .0 Resolution suspending the joint resolution providing for Ute printing rf addzlwnal cqnes of the journals and publtc documents. l Resolved by the »§’enate and House ¢y"Represenzat·i1>cs of the United Suspended ull States of America. in Gongress assembled, That the resolution " pro- "°"“““l°" °f vidin for the rintinnr of additional co ies of the 'ournals and ublic COUgl'€SS. g n p ° P I P An[g]p_7]7_ documents, shall be suspended and take elfect only from the c0m· mencement of the next session of Congress. Approved, June 12, 1844. _ June 12, 1844. No. 12. .8 Resolution to continue two clerics in the business of reservations and """""' grants under Indian treaties. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Continuedjill States of America in Congress assembled, That the authority given to

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&"’E° glen- the Secretary of War by the joint resolution, approved May eighteenth,

gwé; y one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, to continue for two years A t 583 the employmentoi: two clerks in the business of reservations and grants " °* P‘ · Ender findian] treaties, is hereby extended and continued til} otherwise irecte by ongress. Approved, June 12, 1844. June 15, 1844. N0. 14. .d Joint Resolution in relation to the transmission of the British mail "' between Boston and Canada, and for other purposes. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United

 States of zlmerzca. in Congress assembled, That the Postmaster General

am", emcms be and he is hereby authorized to make such arrangements as may be with british go- deemed expedient with the Post Office Department of the British go· "°"“'“°“' f"' vernment for the transmission of the British mail in its unbroken state 3,;n?£i;i2g_°f or condition between Boston and Canada. tween Boston Be it further resolved, That the Postmaster General be and he is ”“d C*‘""d”· hereb authorized to enter into such arr sr t nts wth Arrangements h · Y _ _ _ ancemen or arrangeme 1

0 be made mf gfe proper puthoritiesi nm Flrapce and1Germany,·and the pwgers 05 énpcnts

ransinissiono vesse s p ying regu ar y e ween t cse countries an the mte ates, il; " whereby a safe and as near as possible a regular direct mai] communi- Europe canon, under official guaranty, between the United States and the con- Ports of Bm- tinent of Europe, viz. : the ports of Bremen in Germany and Havre in

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:1";¤E;‘;°E° France, and such other principal ports on said continent as the P¤Si··

bamcm-8d' &,c_ master•General may deem most proper, shall be secured-—-so that tht! entire inland and foreign postage on letters and all other mail matter,