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Past roads. Huntington, Poplar Grove and Springhill, 'to

Columbia.

From Charleston, by Dorchester, St. Georges, Orangeburgh, Columbia, Newbury c. h. Belfast, Laurens c. h. Fork Shoal, Greenville, Reedsville and Claytonsville, to Ashville, N. C. to return by Murraysville to Greenville.

From Greenville, return by Tumbling Shoal and Laurens c. h. to Columbia.

From Edgefield, c. h. by Richardsons, Cambridge, Abbeville and Rocky River, to Pendleton c. h.

From Edgefield.c. h. by Long Miers, Willington, Vienna and Andersonville, to Pendleton c. h.

From Jacksonboro', by Barnwell c. h. and Campbelltown, to Augusta, Ga.

From Pocotaligo to Beaufort.
From Charlotte, N. C. to York c. h.
From Petersburg, Ga. to Vienna.

IN GEORGIA.

From Savannah, by Bryan c. h. Riceboro', M'Intosh c. h. Darien and Brunswick, to St. Mary's.

From Augusta, by Lincolnton, Petersburg and Elberton, to Franklin c. h.

From Augusta, by Columbia c. h. Washington, Lexington, Athens, Watkinsville and Clarksboro', to Jefferson.

From Augusta, by Columbia c. h. War. renton, Sparta, Milledgeville, and Jones c. h. to Hawkins, on the Oakmulgee river, and from thence to Coweta.

From Milledgeville, by Putnam c. h. Morgan c. h. and Watkinsville, to Athens.

From Darien, by Jones' to Milledge. Post roads, ville.

From Morgan c. h. to Randolph c. h.
From Milledgeville to Saundersville.

From Augusta, by Waynesboro', Louisville, Georgetown, Warrenton, Powelton and Greensboro', to Washington.

From Augusta, by Jacksonboro', to Savannah.

From Riceboro' to Sunbury.

IN MISSISSIPPI.

From the Big Spring, by Bear creek, M'Intoshville, Walnut hill, St. Albans, Grindstoneford, Port Gibson, Greenville, Washington, Natchez, Ellis' ferry and Loftus Heights, to Pinckneyville.

From M'Intoshville, or White Oak Creek, by Fort St. Stephens, to Fort Stoddert.

From Coweta, by Tuckabachy, Tensaw and Fort Stoddert, to Pascagoola River.

IN ORLEANS TERRITORY.

From Pinckneyville, by Baton Rouge, Abbeville, La Fourche or Houmas, St. Charles and New Orleans, to Balize.

From La Fourche, by Point Coupee, Ope. loosa and Rapid, to Nachitochez.

From Pascagoola river to New Orleans. : Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That from and after the first day of June next, all post roads heretofore established by any act of Congress of the United States, shall be and the same are hereby discontinued : Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be

Post roads.

construed so as to affect any existing con

tracts.

J. B. VARNUM,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JOHN GAILLARD,
President of the Senate, pro tempore.

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AN ACT to extend the time for locating Virginia

military land warrants, and for returning the surveys thereon to the secretary of the department of war.

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E it enacted by the Senate and House of

Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the of. ficers and soldiers of the Virginia line on continental establishment, their heirs or assigns entitled to bounty lands within the tract reserved by Virginia, between the little Miami and Sciota rivers, for satisfying the legal bounties to her officers and soldiers upon continental establishment, shall be allowed a further term of five years, from and after the passage of this act, to obtain warrants and complete their locations, and a further term

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of seven years, from and after the

passage

of this act as aforesaid, to return their surveys and warrants, or certified copies of warrants to the office of the secretary of the war department, any thing in any former act to the contrary notwithstanding : Provided, That no locations as aforesaid, within the abovementioned tract, shall, after the passing of this act, be made on tracts of land for which patents had previously been issued, or which had been previously surveyed; and any patent which may nevertheless be obtained for land located contrary to the provisions of this section, shall be considered as null and void.

J. B. VARNUM,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

GEO: CLINTON,
Vice-President of the United States, and

President of the Senate.

March 16, 1810.
APPROVED

JAMES MADISON.

CHAPTER XLIX.

AN ACT concerning invalid pensioners. BE E it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United

States of America, in Congress assembled, That the

secretary of war be, and he is hereby directed to place the following named persons, whose claims have been transmitted to Congress, pursuant to a law passed the 10th of April, one thousand eight hundred and six, on the pension list of invalid pensioners of the United States, according to the rates, and to commence at the times herein mentioned, that

is to say :

and rates.

Names of Gideon Griggs, at the rate of two dolpersons to be lars and fifty cents per month, to compension list: mence on the ninth day of December, one

thousand eight hundred and nine, ,

Elijah Brainard, at the rate of five dollars per month, to commence on the sixth day of November, eighteen hundred and nine.

Benjamin Cotton, at the rate of two dollars and fifty cents per month, to com. mence on the thirtieth day of January, eighteen hundred and nine,

William Smart, at the rate of five dollars per month, to commence on the second day of February, eighteen hundred and nine.

John Union, at the rate of two dollars and fifty cents per month, to commence on the sixth day of December, eighteen hundred and eight.

Edward Grant, at the rate of three dollars and seventy cents per month, to commence on the twenty-third day of January, eighteen hundred and nine.

Peleg Smith, at the rate of three dollars and thirty-three and one third cents per month, to commence on the tenth day of January, eighteen hundred and nine.

Nathaniel Ladd, at the rate of two dol...

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