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ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS
THE SECOND SESSION
THE THIRTIETH CONGRESS
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m PUBLIC TREATIES MADE AND RATIFIED SUBSEQUENTLY TO THE PUBLICATION Or THE LAWS OF THE PRECEDING SESSION, AND ALL PROCLAMATIONS BY THE PRESIDENT, PROMULGATED WITHIN THE SAME PERIOD, THAT AFFECT ANY LAW OR TREATY OF THE UNITED STATES.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
J. t G. S. GIDEON, PRINTERS.
TASltD AT THE SECOND SESSION, WHICH WAS BEGUN AND HELD AT THE C1TT
James K. Polk, President. George M. Dallas, Vice President. Robert
CHAP. 1.—AN ACT for the relief of the heirs of Jean F. Peny, Josiah
[sec. 1.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the register of the land office at Kaskaskia be certificates of required to issue certificates of confirmation on the several TMrtl'TMi«md °n claims to lands confirmed to the said Jean F. Perry, Josiah to be uBleakley, Nicholas Jarrott, and Robert Morrison, by the gov- "ue t0 ernors of the northwestern or Indiana territories, upon those claims where such certificates have not heretofore issued, which certificates shall be issued to the heirs of the said persons, and shall not exceed in the whole four thousand six hundred acres of land.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That such certificates may be located in legal subdivisions upon any land subject to private entry in any land office in Illinois, established for the sale of the public lands agreeably to the provisions of the act entitled "An act confirming certain claims to land in the Illinois territory, and providing for their location," approved April sixteenth, eighteen hundred and fourteen, and patents shall be psttnuwu.ue. issued therefor agreeably to said act.
ROBERT C. WINTHROP,
President of the Senate.
Approved December 21,1848.
JAMES K. POLK.