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To Frances Davis, Harrison County, one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To Henry Dickenson, Pendleton County, five hundred and nineteen dollars.

To William Ewing, Ohio County, forty dollars and twenty-five cents. To Hanning Foggy, Randolph County, two hundred and twenty dollars.

To Catharine Hart, Harrison County, one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To David Hedrick, Greenbrier County, one thousand one hundred and seventy-four dollars.

To Cynthia Hedrick, Pendleton County, one hundred and eight dollars and seventy-five cents.

To Robert F. Hiett, administrator of Isaac Vanosdall, deceased, Hampshire County, one hundred and fifty dollars.

To Elijah Huffman, executor of George High, deceased, Hampshire County, two hundred dollars.

To Zadoc Joliff, Marion County, four hundred and ten dollars.

To Lewis G. Kemp, Jefferson County, ninety-six dollars and twentyfive cents.

To Elizabeth Long, Mineral County, one hundred and thirty dollars and fifty cents.

To Francis Ludington, Greenbrier County, one hundred and five dollars.

To B. H. Lurty, Harrison County, two hundred and fifty dollars. To L. McAleer, Hampshire County, four thousand nine hundred and nineteen dollars and sixty-seven cents.

To Allen J. Moses, Greenbrier County, twenty-two dollars and ninetysix cents.

To Richard and James Sloan, surviving partners of the firm of George Sloan and Brothers, Mineral County, forty-six dollars.

To John L. Smith, Wood County, one hundred and forty dollars.

To Jacob W. Stalnaker, Randolph County, one thousand four hundred and ninety-seven dollars and sixty cents.

To William B. Stump, Hampshire County, six hundred and forty-one dollars and twenty-five cents.

To William B. Stump Hampshire County, three hundred and eightyeight dollars.

To Betty Walker, Raleigh County, four hundred and ninety two dol lars and fifty cents.

To A. Werninger, Harrison County, one thousand and twenty-three dollars and nineteen cents.

To Bassel Wolf, administrator of P. H. Wolf, deceased, Harrison County, one hundred and twenty five dollars.

OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND.

To William H. Bowman, Montgomery County, two hundred and five dollars.

To William Boyer, Washington County, eighteen dollars.

To James Chambers, Washington County, one hundred and twenty dollars and seventeen cents.

To John H. Clagett, Washington County, three hundred and thirtytwo dollars and forty cents.

To Z. S. Claggett, executor, and Mayberry C. Beeler, executrix of Peter Beeler, deceased, Washington County, four hundred and sixty-five dollars and three cents.

To Margaret A. and Joseph F. Davis, executrix and executor of E. Davis, deceased, Washington County, seven hundred and sixty-three dollars and ten cents.

To Jacob Eakle, Washington County, eight hundred and fifty-nine dollars.

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tinued.

To Andrew J. Eyler, Washington County, three hundred and ninetyfive dollars.

To Eliza Fisher, Montgomery County, one thousand five hundred and fifteen dollars.

To Peter Gray, Washington County, fifteen dollars.

To Josiah H. Green, administrator of Barbara A. Green, deceased, Washington County, three hundred and nine dollars and twenty cents. To A. H. Hager, Washington County, four hundred and fifteen dollars. To David C. Hammond, and S. Armstrong, Washington County, three hundred and ninety-eight dollars and seventy-five cents.

To Thomas H. Harrington, Montgomery County, three hundred and thirty-four dollars.

To John Heeter, Montgomery County, seventy-seven dollars and seventy cents.

To John Heeter, Montgomery County, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars.

To John Heflebower, Washington County, ten dollars.

To William M. Hill, administrator and Henrietta Hill, administratrix of David Spong, deceased, Washington County, eighty-five dollars and sixty-two cents

To S. G. K. Hunter, administrator of Thomas Hunter, deceased, Montgomery County, two thousand one hundred and fifty-seven dollars and fifty cents.

To Leonidas Jones, Montgomery County, one thousand six hundred and seventy-nine dollars and five cents.

To Magdalena Jones, Washington County, one hundred and fortyseven dollars and twenty cents.

To Richard W. Jones, Montgomery County, one hundred dollars. To Jacob Knafe, Washington County, one hundred and twenty-five dollars and twenty cents.

To Lafayette Square Association, Baltimore, four hundred and nineteen dollars and eighty-four cents.

To Joseph Laing, Alleghany County, two hundred and twenty-five dollars and seventy-five cents.

To Jesse Moore, Washington County, one hundred and fifteen dollars. To Jacob F. Miller, Washington County, seven hundred and seventyeight dollars and twenty-five cents.

To John Otto, Washington County, eight hundred and ninety-three dollars and eighty-five cents.

To Henry Piper, Washington County, nine hundred and thirteen dollars.

To Samuel Queen, Charles County, three hundred dollars.

To Ann S. Robertson, Montgomery County, three hundred and seventy-two dollars and fifty cents.

To Henry B. Rohrback, Washington County, one thousand five hundred and twenty-seven dollars and seventy-four cents.

To Lavinia Schindel, Washington County, three hundred and seventyfive dollars.

To B. F. Shafer, Washington County, one hundred and forty-three dollars.

To Henry Schamel, Washington County, sixty dollars.

To Alfred Showman, Washington County, one thousand two hundred and six dollars.

To Charles W. Shreve, Montgomery County, two thousand two hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents.

To Susan A. Spielman, Washington County, five hundred and fortyeight dollars and seventy-five cents.

To Lewis H. Steiner, Frederick County, two hundred and ninety-two dollars and sixty cents.

To Christian Stotler, Washington County, one hundred and thirtyfive dollars.

To Michael Spilane, Baltimore, Maryland, forty dollars and sixty-two Maryland, con

cents.

To Maria L. Swann, executrix of Edward Swann, deceased, Baltimore, one thousand one hundred and fifty-five dollars.

To George Shafer, Frederick County, one hundred and fifty-seven dollars and thirty-five cents.

To Richard T. Tubman, Charles County, forty-nine dollars and twenty-five cents.

To Samuel Wagoner, Washington County, one thousand and twentyone dollars.

To William Watkins, Montgomery County, fifty-five dollars and sixtyfive cents.

To David Wolf, Washington County, one hundred and eighty dollars.
To Benjamin Witmer, Washington County, twenty dollars.

To John Zimmerman, Washington County, thirty-eight dollars and twenty-five cents.

OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

To Charles Bradley, in his own right, and Charles Bradley, administrator of Caroline Magruder, deceased, Washington County, four thou sand five hundred and ninety-six dollars and sixty-four cents.

To Mary E. Brown, executrix of Thomas Brown, deceased, one thousand eight hundred and seventy dollars.

To Emily Beale, Washington County, seventy-nine dollars and thirty three cents.

To Ellen J. King, executrix of J. H. King, deceased, Washington
County, seven hundred and thirty-five dollars and thirty-five cents.
To Alexander McCormack, Washington County, two hundred and
ninety seven dollars, and fifty cents.

To John R. Norton, Georgetown, two hundred dollars.

To Joshua A. Ritchie, Washington County, one hundred and fifteen dollars and fifty cents.

OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.

To William C. Brady, Cass County, one hundred and thirty-five dollars.

To Levi Glenn, Hamilton County, one hundred and forty-five dollars. To Emma C. McGhee, administratrix of Andrew J. McGhee, deceased, White County, one hundred and thirty-nine dollars and fifty cents

OF THE STATE OF IOWA.

tinued.

District of Columbia.

Illinois.

Iowa.

To William Cooper, Lee County, two hundred and seventy dollars.
OF THE STATE OF OHIO.

Ohio.

To Rollin L. Curtis, surviving partner of McLaughlin and Curtis, Washington County, ninety-seven dollars and seventeen cents.

Pennsylvania.

OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA.

To Elden and Walter, Franklin County, two hundred and eighty three dollars.

To S. J. Weltz, Adams County, twenty-two dollars and eighty nine cents.

OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.

To Benjamin Emmert, Rowan County, three hundred and ninety-eix dollars and twenty-five cents.

North Carolina.

Kansas.

New York.

Texas.

July 19, 1876.

Payment to J. S. Dickson.

OF THE STATE OF KANSAS.

To William R. Chitwood, Jefferson County, twenty-six dollars and eighty-four cents.

To H. V. Faris, administrator of Irwin Faris, deceased, five hundred and thirty-eight dollars.

To Calvin Hardy, Linn County, one hundred and thirty-two dollars. To Henry Ross, Jefferson County, one hundred and seventy-three dollars and four cents.

OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

To Mary V. B. Smith, New York City, one thousand seven hundred and thirty dollars.

OF THE STATE OF TEXAS.

To Edward W. Wilson, Grayson County, six dollars.

MILTON SAYLER,

Speaker of the House of Representatives pro tempore
T. W. FERRY

President of the Senate pro tempore.

Received by the President July 7, 1876.

[NOTE BY THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.-The foregoing act having been presented to the President of the United States for his approval, and not having been returned by him to the house of Congress in which it originated within the time prescribed by the Constitution of the United States, has become a law without his approval.]

CHAP. 218.—An act for the relief of John S. Dickson, late captain of paroled pris

oners.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to pay to John S. Dickson late captain of company B, paroled prisoners of Wisconsin Volunteers, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the full pay and allowances of a captain of infantry for the period of nine months and twenty days, the same being the time he served as captain of company B, paroled prisoners, deducting therefrom the amount of pay received by said John S. Dickson as sergeant of company C, Eighteenth regiment Wisconsin Volunteers.

Approved, July 19, 1876.

July 20, 1876.

Payment to Martha J. Coston.

CHAP. 219.—An act for the relief of Martha J. Coston.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of thirteen thou sand dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Martha J. Coston, in full of all claim and demand of the said Martha J. Coston upon the Government of the United States for the use of the Coston signal-light, and the manufacture by her of the same.

MILTON SAYLER,

Speaker of the House of Representatives pro tempore.
T. W. FERRY
President of the Senate pro tempore.

Received by the President July 8, 1876.

[NOTE BY THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE.-The foregoing act having been presented to the President of the United States for his approval, and not having been returned by him to the house of Congress in which it originated within the time prescribed by the Constitution of the United States, has become a law without his approval.]

CHAP. 229.—An act to remove the political disabilities of G. T. Beauregard, of New
Orleans, Louisiana.

July 24, 1876.

Political disabil

regard.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, (Two-thirds of each House concurring therein) That all political disabilities imposed upon G. T. Beaure. ities of G. T. Beaugard, of New Orleans, Louisiana, by the fourteenth amendment of the Constitution of the United States, by reason of participation in the rebellion, are hereby removed.

Approved, July 24. 1876.

CHAP. 230.-An act for the relief of George T. Olmstead junior.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President be, and hereby is, authorized to reappoint George T. Olmstead, junior, late a captain of the second regiment of artillery, United States Army, a captain in the Army, and to duly commission him as the same.

SEC. 2. That nothing in this act contained shall be so construed as to authorize said Olmstead to receive any pay or allowances for any time that he has not been in the actual service of the United States. Approved, July 24, 1876.

July 24, 1876.

George T. Olmstead, jr., may be tain in the Army. reappointed a cap

CHAP. 231.-An act for the relief of H. P. Jones and Company.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas ury be, and he is hereby, authorized and instructed to pay to H. P. Jones, P. B. Ruffin, and James F. Cain, trading as H. P. Jones and Company, the sum of two hundred dollars and ten cents, being the amount of drawback of tax due to them on certain tobacco exported by them.

SEC. 2. That this act shall be in force from and after its passage.
Approved, July 25, 1876.

July 25, 1876.

Payment to II

P. Jones, P. B. Ruffin, and James F. Cain.

CHAP. 232.-An act for the relief of Albert W. Preston

July 25, 1876.

Albert W. Pres

restored to

rank of colonel on

1875, ch. 178,

18 Stat., 512.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That Albert W. Preston, who was, on December fifteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy, duly retired to from the active service, and placed upon the list of retired officers of the the retired-list of United States Army, with the full rank of colonel, on account of wounds Army. received in battle while performing the duties of colonel in command of his regiment, be, and hereby is, excepted and relieved from the operations of the act of Congress entitled "An act for the relief of General Samuel W. Crawford, and to fix the rank and pay of retired officers of the Army," approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, solely because the injuries received by him in battle are more severe, dangerous, and disabling, and more fully incapacitate and disqualify him for any service, than the loss of an arm or leg, or the permanent disability of an arm or leg by resection and is hereby restored upon the list of retired officers of the Army, to the full rank of colonel, held by him from the date of his retirement, up to March third eighteen hundred and seventy-five, with the pay of such rank from the date of the passage of this act, and shall hereafter hold and receive the rank and pay of colonel upon the list of retired officers of the Army. Approved, July 25, 1876.

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