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Illinois, Fund from sale of public lands,
Land sales in
Addl. land districts and offices established in
Boundary line of
District Court of, terms altered,
Importers of foreign merchandize. An act for the relief of cer-
tain importers of foreign merchandize. (Ap-
proved, March 2, 1831. ch. 39.)
Incorporated Companies, Whale fishery, privileges of
Indiana, District Court of, Jurisdiction extended,
Fort Wayne, district extended,
Road lands in
Indian Agents, An act to authorize the appointment of a
Sub-agent to the Winnebago Indians, on
Rock River. (Approved, February 25, 1831.
Imprisonment in Dist. Col.
Insolvent Debtors, U. S. An act for the relief of certain In-
solvent Debtors to the United States. (Ap-
proved, March 2, 1831. ch. 61.)
Inspectors, Penitentiary, D. C.
Interpreter, District Court, for E. Dist. Louis.
Jackson and Higgins, An act for the relief of Daniel Jackson
and Lucius M. Higgins of Newbern, North
Carolina. (Approved, March 2, 1831. ch.
Johnston, An act for the relief of George Johnston. (Ap
proved, March 2, 1831. ch. 76.)
Kennebunk, Maine, made port of entry, &c.
Lands. An act to amend an act, entitled "An act to provide
for paying to the State of Illinois three per
centum of the nett proceeds arising from the
sale of public lands within the same. (Ap-
proved, January 13, 1831. ch. 2.)
An act to amend an act, entitled "An act to provide
for paying to the States of Missiouri, Missis-
sippi, and Alabama, three per centum of the
nett proceeds arising from the sale of the
public lands within the same.
January 19, 1831. ch. 6.)
ds. injured by earthquakes in Missouri,
Illinois. An act to authorize the State of Illinois to
surrender a township of land granted to the
said State for a seminary of learning, and to
locate other lands in lieu thereof. (Approv-
ed, March 2, 1831. ch. 74.)
Purchasers of. An act supplemental to the act passed
on the 31st March, 1830, entitled "An
act for the relief of purchasers of public
lands, and for the suppression of fraudulent
practices at the public sales of lands of the
United States. (Approved, February 25,
1831. ch. 34.)
Public, reservation of, from sale,
Land Clauns. An act further supplemental to act enti-
tled "An act making further provision for
settling the claims to land, in the Territory
of Missouri," passed the thirteenth day
of June, one thousand eight hundred and
twelve. (Approved, Jan. 27, 1831. ch. 12.)
An act to extend the time for entering certain
donation claims to land in the Territory of
Arkansas. (Approved, January 27, 1831.
Conflicting, Louisiana, settlement of
Confirmed, Woodson Wren,
Land District, Blakely, abolished,
Entry, Woodson Wren,
Grants, An act granting a quantity of land to the Ter-
ritory of Arkansas, for the erection of a
public building at the Seat of Government.
(Approved, March 2, 1831. ch. 66.)
Trustees of Shawneetown,
Land Location, William Burris,
for schools in Mississippi,
Holders of certificates of new-location,
for Michigan road,
Michigan, An act to establish a Land Office in
the Territory of Michigan, and for other
purposes. (Approved, February 19, 1831.
Land Patents, cancelled, &c.
Land Purchases, An act to authorize the Secretary of War
to purchase an additional quantity of land
for the fortifications at Fort Washington,
upon the River Potomac. (Approved,
March 2, 1881. ch. 42.)
Correction of errors in
Land Sales, An act authorizing the sale of a tract of land
therein named. (Approved, February 12,
1831. ch. 22.)
An act for the sale of the lands in the state of
Illinois, reserved for the use of the Salt
Springs on the Vermillion river, in that state.
(Approved 2d March, 1831. ch. 40.)
Certain, at Tallahassee, made valid.
Larceny, In District Columbia,
Licenses, vessels &c., northern &c., frontiers,
Little Prairie, relinquishment of lands in
Livingston, Taliafero, compensation for Africans, &c.
Little Rock, Public Building at
Live Oak, preservation of for naval purposes
Louisiana, Western and Eastern District Courts of
Louisville, duties on imports secured, etc. at
Lovely, an act for the benefit of Percis Lovely, and for other
purposes. (Approved March 3d, 1831, ch. 103.)
Magnetic separating machine, patent for extended
Maine, District Court of
Manslaughter, etc. in D. C.
Marine Corps, pay, subsistence and emoluments of
Marshal, Rhode Island. An act to provide for the further com-
pensation of the Marshal of the District of
Rhode Island. (Approved March 2d, 1831,
Maryland, State authorized to construct Rail Road in D. C.
Matthews, An act for the relief of William B. Matthews, trus-
tee. (Approved March 3d, 1831, ch. 104.)
Mayhem in Dist. Col.
Michigan, Land office established in
road lands. An act confirming the selections
heretofore made of lands for the construc-
tion of the Michigan road, in the State
of Indiana. (Approved, March 2, 1831.
Middletown, Connecticut, made port of entry, etc.
McIntire. An act for the relief of the legal representatives
of Daniel McIntire, deceased. (Approv-
ed March 2, 1831. ch. 47.)
Miller. An act granting a pension to Martin Miller. (Ap-
proved, March 2, 1831. ch. 120.)
Misdemeanors, in Dist. Col.
Mississippi, District Court of
fund from sale of public lands,
Missouri, District Court of
fund from sale of public lands,
land claims in,
Moore. An act for the relief of the legal representatives
of Edward Moore, deceased. (Approved
Jan'y. 27, 1831. ch. 13.)
Monroe, District of, land office removed,
Nashville, duties on imports secured, etc. at,
Natchez, Duties on imports secured, etc. at,
Negroes, abduction of in Dist. Col.
New Bourbon, relinquishment of lands in,
New Madrid, relinquishment of lands in,
New York, northern district court of
Nicholson. An act for the relief of John Nicholson. (Ap-
proved, March 3, 1831. ch. 110.)
Nicks. An act for the relief of John Nicks. (Approved
March 3, 1831. ch. 105.)
Nowell. An act for the relief of Samuel Nowell. (Approv-.
ed, March 2, 1831. ch. 88.)
Oak, Live. Preservation of for naval purposes,
Offences. An act to provide for the punishment of offences
committed in cutting, destroying, or re-
moving live oak and other timber or trees
reserved for naval purposes. (Approved
March 2, 1831. ch. 65.)
Office, Surveyor General public lands, Louis.
Ohio. U. S. Road in,
Orphan Asylum. (An act to incorporate Saint Vincent's
Orphan Asylum, in the District of Co-
lumbia. (Approved, Feb'y. 25, 1831.
Passports. charges on repealed,
Patents. An act for the relief of Christopher Bechtler.
(Approved, March 3, 1831. ch. 118.)
extended, John Adamson,
Patents, extended, Samuel Browning,
Gold washing machine,
for separating metal from gold ore,
Penitentiary, District of Columbia,
Pennsylvania, western district court of,
Pension, (arrearage) Barnes, Hugh,
Cannon, Joseph S.
Peters and Pond. An act for the relief of Peters and Pond
(Approved March 2, 1831. ch. 51.]
Perjury and subornation of perjury Dist. Col.
Peters' Reports, A resolution directing the Secretary of State
to subscribe for seventy copies of Peters' con-
densed reports of decisions of the Supreme
Pittsburg, duties on imports secured, etc. at
Portage Des Sioux, relinquishment of lands at
Ports of Delivery, etc. An act to establish ports of delivery at
Port Ponchartrain and Delaware City, and
for other purposes. (Approved March 2d,
1831, ch. 75.)
Port Ponchartrain, (port of delivery established,)
Porter, An act for the relief of Thomas Porter, of Indiana.
(Approved March 2d, 1831, ch. 43.)
Post Office, Frank allowed to Commissioners Dan. Conv.
Powell, An act authorizing the Secretary of State to issue a
patent to John Powell. (Approved Feb. 12,
1831, ch. 21.)
Preemption rights, holders of certificates of new location,
Purchasers of town property,.
Purchasers public lands,
To lots in Shawneetown,
Prospect, Maine, (port of delivery established,)
Purchasers of public lands, patents and pre-emptions to
Public Documents, Resolution in relation to the transmission
of public documents printed by order of either
House of Congress.