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TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 41, 42. 1845. 731 stead thereof be commenced and held the second Monday in November, annually. That the circuit courts of the United States for the district Circuit courts of North Carolina shall he held at Raleigh on the Monday preceding l”N·c”°H¤¤· the lirst Monday in December, and alter the year eighteen hundred and {O;-;y-five on the second Monday in March. That the spring term of S.G¤rcli¤¤. said court shall be held in and for the district of South Carolina at Charleston, on the Wednesday preceding the fourth Monday in March, after the ensuing term shall have been held at the time now appointed by law, That the spring term of said court shall be held in [aud] for the Georgia. district of Georgia at Savannah, on the second Monday in April after the ensuing term shall have been held at the time now appointed by law. That the circuit court of the United States for the southern dis- Southern district of Alabama, shall commence its spring term at Mobile, on the ¤'l<>¤¤fAl¤- second Monday of April in each and every year after the ensuing spring b°m“‘ term of said eourt shall have been held at the time now appointed by .. law. And the circuit court for the district of Louisiana shall commence L°°m°°°‘ its spring term at New Orleans on the fourth Monday of April in each and every year, alter the ensuing spring term of said court shall have been held at the time now appointed by law. And all actions, suits, P¤'°<=¢¤¤ T6- appeals, recognizances, processes, writs and proceedings whatever, pend- m“°b!°’ h°w° ing, or which may be pending in said courts, or returnable thereto, shall have day therein, and be heard, tried, proceeded with, and decided, in like manner as if the time of holding said courts or sessions had not been hereby altered. Aernovmn, March 1, 1845. "'__ Summa II. CnA1>. XLI.-An Act renewing certain naval pensions for the term zfjivc years. March 3, 1845. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives qf; the _ United States of America in Cmguress assembled, That the pensions ,£g;‘8“‘°;’;nl:g?‘ for the period of five years, which have been heretofore granted out of ,0 widgws cnn_ the naval pension fund, to the widows of officers, seamen, and marines, unued. who have been killed or died by reason of a wound received in the line of their duty, or who have died by reason of disease contracted, lor of a casualty, by drowning or otherwise, or of injury received while in the line of their duty, and which pensions have ceased in; consequence of the expiration of the period for which they were originally granted, or {br which they were subsequently renewed, shall be continued for_ another period of five years, to such of the said widows as haye remained unmarried; to commence from the day on which such pensions, respectively, terminated; and to be paid out of any money mlthe Treasury not otherwise appropriated; Provided, That every pension hereby re- P,°,,iS,,_ newed shall cease on the death or intermarriage of the widow to whom the same is hereby granted. APPROVED, March 3, 1845. ——~— Sumume II. Cuav. XLII.—An Act to gran! certain lands to the State of Indiana, the better to March 3, 1845. enable ilu: said State to extend and complete the Wabash and Em camzlfrom Terre Haute to the Ohio river. 1841, ch_ 1g_ ° Be it enacted be the Senate and House 0 Representatives of the · United Stales of America in Congress asscmlged, That thet'0 be, and °k‘:;gSc§E;i}°d hereby is, granted to the State of Indiana, for the purpose of aiding said State in extending and completing the Wabash and Erie canal from Terre Haute, in the county of Vigo, in said State, to the Ohio river, at Evansville, in said State, as the course thereof has been established and surveyed by the authority of said State, one moiety of the public lands, (remaining unsold, and not otherwise disposed oi, encumbered or.appropriated,) in a strip live miles in width on each side of said canal i to