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Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That Donation cerWilliam Coleman be, and he is hereby au- tract of lana thorised to produce to the said register and to be issued to receiver evidence of his right to a donation of William Colea tract of land, on the Tombigbee river in said producing cera territory; and in case he shall produce satis. tain evidence. factory evidence to the said register and receiver, that he was entitled to a donation of such tract, according to the provisions of the second section of the act, entitled “An actregulating the grants of land and providing for the disposal of the lands of the United States, south of the state of Tennessee," and the acts supplementary thereto, it shall then be lawful for the said William Coleman to locate a quantity of land equal to that to which he was entitled under the abovementioned provisions, on any lands of the United States, which shall have been offered at public sale, in the said district, and that shall then remain unsold; and it shall be the duty of the said register and receiver to issue a donation certificate to the said William Coleman, for the land so located

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Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That Edwin Lewis be entitled to the right of pre-emption in

Right of preemption in five acres of land, situate within five acres of the boundaries of a tract of land, whereon he land vested in

Edwin Lewis resides, which five acres were heretofore used for an encampment, for the troops of the Uni. ted States, so soon as the same shall cease to be used for that purpose; the said five acres to be paid for at the same price, on the same terms and conditions, as are provided for lands granted by right of pre-emption in the Missis, sippi territory.

heirs of Wm.

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That Title of Sam. Samuel Mims be, and he is hereby confirmed 684 acres of in his title to a tract of land, containing five Land confirm- hundred and eighty-four acres, granted by the vation of legal British government of West Florida, to Wilremedy to the liam Clark, so as not to deprive the heirs of Clark, &c.

said Clark, or any other person or persons, of their legal remedy, if any they have, for the recovery of said land from said Mims, his heirs or assigns.

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That Joseph Wil- Joseph Wilson be, and he is hereby author

ised to enter with the register of the land ofcertificate of fice bis certificate of pre-emption right, grantpre-emption

ed to him by the board of commissioners, for night, &c.

the district east of Pearl river, in the Missis. sippi territory, for the quantity of four hun. dred and eighty acres of land, lying on the Tombigbee river in said territory; and that payment be made therefor, at the same price and on the same terms and conditions, as are provided by law, for other lands granted in right of pre-emption in said territory.

son autho. rised to enter

J. B. VARNUM,

Speaker of the House of Representatives,

JOHN POPE,

dent of the Senate, pro tempore. Presim

March 3, 1811.

APPROVED

JAMES MADISON.

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AN ACT to increase the salaries of the Judges of
the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia.
E it enacted by the Senate and House of

Representatives of the United States of
America, in Congress assembled, That in ad.

$ 200 per an. dition to the compensation heretofore allowed

num additionby law to the judges of the circuit court for al salary al. the district of Columbia, the sum of two hun- lowed to chief

justice of the dred dollars per annum be paid to the chief circuit court justice of the said court, and the sum of four for the district

of Columbia, hundred dollars per annum be paid to each of and $ 400 adthe assistant judges, payable quarter yearly; each of the asthe first quarterly payment to be made on the sistant judges. first day of April next.

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

JOHN POPE,

President of the Senate, pro tempore.
March 3, 1811.

APPROVED,

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JAMES MADISON.

CHAPTER CVIII.

AN ACT making appropriations for carrying inte

effect 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.
E it enacted by the Senate and House of

Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That for the

and Little

the

$ 5,000 ap. purpose of carrying into effect a treaty be. propriated for

tween the United States and the Great and carrying into effect a treaty Little Osage nations of Indians, concluded and between the signed at Fort Clarke on the Missouri, on the and the Great tenth dayof November, one thousand eight hun

dred and eight, the sum of five thousand dol. tions; with a lars be, and the same is hereby appropriated; permanent and the further annual sum of one thousand dolannual appro- lars to the Great Osage nation, and of five hun$1,000 for

dred dollars to the Little Osage nation, to be $ 500 for the paid annually to the said nations; which Little Osage annuities shall be permanent.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the $ 680 appropriated to pay sum of six hundred and eighty dollars be, and

the same is hereby appropriated, for paying lowed J. E. Leitensdorfer Jolm Eugene Leitensdorfer the sum allowed by the act of him by the act passed on the thirteenth day of February, one February, one thousand eight hundred and

eleven. eight hundred

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the several sums appropriated by this act, shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.

nation.

the sum al

thousand

and eleven.

J. B. VARNUM,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

JOHN POPE,

President of the Senate, pro tempore.

March 3, 1811.
APPROVED,

JAMES MADISON.

CHAPTER CIX.

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Pensioners
and their

AN ACT concerning Invalid Pensioners.
E it enacted by the Senate and

House of
Representatives of the United States of Secretary of

war directed
America, in Congress assembled, That the se-

to place cer-
cretary of war be, and he is hereby directed to tain persons
place the following named persons, whose on the list of
names have been transmitted to Congress, sioners, at cer.
pursuant to the act of the tenth of April, tain rates.
eighteen hundred and six, on the pension
list of invalid pensioners of the United States
according to the rates, and to commence
at the times hereinafter mentioned, that is
to say :

James Trowbridge, at the rate of three dol-
lars and thirty-three cents per month, to com-
mence on the fifth day of February, one thou- rates.
sand eight hundred and ten.

Samuel Mears, junr. at the rate of two dol.
lars and fifty cents per month, to commence
on the tenth day of December, one thousand
eight hundred and ten.

Ebenezer Brown, at the rate of five dollars per month, to commence on the third day of January, one thousand eight hundred and eleven.

Elisha Capron, at the rate of two dollars and fifty cents per month, to commence on the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and ten.

William Woodruff, at the rate of five dol. lars per month, to commence on the twentyfourth day of October, one thousand eight hundred and ten.

Levi Tuttle, at the rate of one dollar and twenty-five cents per month, to commence on

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