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An act providing for the sale of a tract of land ly.

ing in the state of Tennessee, and a tract in the

Indiana territory,

An act providing for the removal of the land office

established at Nashville, in the state of Tennes-

see, and Canton in the state of Ohio; and to au-

thorise the register and receiver of public monies

to superintend the public sales of land in the dis-

trict east of Pearl river,

An act establishing Navy Hospitals,

An act for the relief of Peter Audrain,

An act in addition to the act, entitled “ An act sup-

plementary to the act concerning consuls and
vice-consuls,” and for the further protection of

American seamen,

An act supplementary to the act, entitled “An act

concerning the commercial intercourse between

the United States and Great Britain and France

and their dependencies, and for other purposes,"

An act for establishing trading houses with the In-

dian tribes,

An act to establish the districts of Mumphreyma-

gog, of Oswegatchie and of the White Moun-

tains,

An act authorising a loan of money, for a sum not

exceeding five millions of dollars,

An act to annex a part of the state of New Jersey

to the collection district of New York; to remove

the office of collector of Niagara to Lewiston ;

to make Cape St. Vincent, in the district of Sac.

ket's harbor, a port of delivery; and out of the

districts of Miami and Mississippi to make two

new districts, to be called the districts of Sandus-

ky and Teche; and for other purposes,

An act to extend the time for completing the third

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census, or enumeration of the inhabitants of the

United States,

An act for the relief of John Macnamara,

An act declaring the consent of Congress to an act

of the state of Georgia, passed the twelfth of De-

cember, one thousand eight hundred and four,

“establishing the fees of the harbor master and

health officer of the ports of Savannah and St.

Mary's,"

An act to erect a light house on Boon Island in the

state of Massachusetts, to place buoys off Cape
Fear river, and to erect a beacon at New Inlet, in
the state of North Carolina, and to place buoys at
the entrance of the harbor of Edgartown, and to e-
rect a column of stone on Cape Elizabeth, and to
complete the beacons and buoys at the entrance

of Beverly harbor, in the state of Massachusetts,

An act to extend the right of suffrage in the iri.
ana territory, and for other

purposes,

An act for the relief of Richard Tervin, William

Coleman, Edwin Lewis, Samuel Mims and Jo.

seph Wilson, of the Mississippi territory,

An act to increase the salaries of the judges of the

circuit court for the District of Columbia,

An act making appropriations for carrying into ef-

fect a treaty between the United States and the
Great and Little Osage nations of Indians, con-
cluded at Fort Clarke, on the tenth day of No-
vember, one thousand eight hundred and eight;

and for other purposes,

An act concerning invalid pensioners,

An act making further appropriations to complete

the fortifications commenced for the security of

the ports and harbors of the United States,

An act for allowing a reasonable compensation to

the persons who have taken an account of the

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ACTS.

"An act declaring the assent of Congress to a certain

act of the state of South Carolina, passed the
twenty-first of December, one thousand eight
hundred and four," and continued in force,

chap. 5, p. 8
“ An act declaring the assent of the United States to an

act of the state of Georgia, establishing the fees
of the harbor master, and health officer of the
ports of Savannah and St. Mary's,"

chap. 103, p. 365

ALEXANDRIA TURNPIKE COMPANY.

See Columbia, District of.

ALEXANDRIA, BANK OF. See Columbia, Dis.

trict of

APPROPRIATIONS.

For fortifications,

chap. 2, p. 4
For transporting certain fugitives from Cuba to France,

chap. 8, s. 2, p. 12
'To finish and furnish Senate chamber, &c. &c.

chap. 11, p. 18
For defraying expense of stationery of the first session

of the eleventh Congress, chap. 15, p. 21
Additional appropriation for Cumberland road,

chap. 25, p. 39
For the support of government, for 1810,

chap. 30, p. 46
For the naval establishment, for 1810, chap. 31, p. 57

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