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Page Accounts for Clerk hire in the Land-offices of Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas. An act to

enable the proper accounting officers of the Treasury Department to audit and settle the accounts of the surveyor of public lands in the States of Illinois and Missouri, and territory of Arkansas, for extra clerk hire in his office. (Obsolete.) March 3, 1823...

784 Circuit Court of Washington, &c. An act providing for the accommodation of the Circuit

Court of the United States for Washington county, in the District of Columbia,

and for the preservation of the records of said court. March 3, 1823............. 785 An additional Land-office in Missouri established. An act to establish an additional land-office in the State of Missouri. March 3, 1823.....

785 Laws of the United States. An act to authorize the purchase of a number of copies of the sixth volume of the laws of the United States. March 3, 1823......

786 Claims to Lots in Peoria confirmed. An act to confirm certain claims to lots in the village of Peoria, in the State of Illinois. March 3, 1823....

786 Lands granted to the State of Missouri for Education, gc. An act concerning the lands to be granted to the State of Missouri, for the purpose of education, and other public March 3, 1823.....

787 Ransom of American Captives. An act supplementary to “ An act relating to the ransom of American captives of the late war.” March 3, 1823........

788 National Armory on the western Waters. An act to establish a national armory on the western waters. March 3, 1823.....

788 Piracy. An act respecting the punishment of piracy. March 3, 1823....

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RESOLUTIONS.

1. Requiring from the secretary of the Senate and clerk of the House of Representatives

an annual statement of the expenditures from the contingent fund of the two Houses. March 1, 1823..

789 2. To direct the withholding of the compensation of certain prize agents. March 3, 1823. 789

APPENDIX.

I. Proclamations of the President of the United States respecting discriminating duties. 791 II. Proclamation of the President of the United States repcting the admission of Missour into the Union.......

797 III. Instructions to public and private armed vessels.

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LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. .

ACTS OF THE THIRTEENTH CONGRESS

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Passed at the first session, which was begun and held at the City of

Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the twentyfourth day of May, 1813, and ended the second day of August, 1813.

JAMES MADISON, President; ELBRIDGE GERRY, Vice President of the

United States and President of the Senate; Henry CLAY, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

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STATUTE I. Chapter I.–An Act concerning certain streets in Georgetown.(a) June 14, 1813. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Needwood United States of America in Congress assembled, That it shall and may street be lawful for the proprietors of the ground to open a new street in the opened. town of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, beginning at the termination of three hundred and seventy-eight feet and six inches from the intersection of Washington and Bridge streets, on the east side of Washington street and south of Bridge street, and thence running parallel with Bridge street to Rock creek, of the width of sixty feet, to be called Needwood street.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That Greene street, in the said town, be opened and extended to Causeway street, in lines parallel with Montgomery Washington street; and that Montgomery street, in the said town, be

opened and exopened and extended from Bridge street to Needwood street, in lines tended. parallel with Washington street.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the streets called and known Certain parts by the names of Lovely and Wapping, and all that part of Montgomery Lovely postreets street, south from Bridge street to Causeway street, not embraced in

vacated, and lines parallel with Washington street, lying between Washington street the ground reand Rock creek, in the said town, upon the opening and establishment invested in ori

ginal proprieof the said streets, between Washington street and Rock creek, be, and the same are hereby vacated; and the title to the ground over which the same now runs, shall be vested in fee simple in the proprietors of the ground over which the streets to be opened and extended by virtue of this act, shall run, in proportion to the quantity owned by each proprietor. APPROVED, June 14, 1813.

(a) An act to amend the charter of Georgetown, March 3, 1805, chap. 32. VOL. III.-1

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LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.

ACTS OF THE THIRTEENTH CONGRESS

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UNITED STATES,

Passed at the first session, which was begun and held at the City of

Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the twentyfourth day of May, 1813, and ended the second day of August, 1813.

JAMES MADISON, President; ELBRIDGE Gerry, Vice President of the

United States and President of the Senate; Henry CLAY, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

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CHAPTER 1.-An Act concerning certain streets in Georgetown.(a)

June 14, 1813. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That it shall and may street be lawful for the proprietors of the ground to open a new street in the opened. town of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, beginning at the termination of three hundred and seventy-eight feet and six inches from the intersection of Washington and Bridge streets, on the east side of Washington street and south of Bridge street, and thence running parallel with Bridge street to Rock creek, of the width of sixty feet, to be called Needwood street.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That Greene street, in the said Greene and town, be opened and extended to Causeway street, in lines parallel with Montgomery Washington street; and that Montgomery street, in the said town, be

opened and exopened and extended from Bridge street to Needwood street, in lines tended. parallel with Washington street. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the streets called and known

Certain parts by the names of Lovely and Wapping, and all that part of Montgomery lovely streets street, south from Bridge street to Causeway street, not embraced in vacated, and lines parallel with Washington street, lying between Washington street the ground reand Rock creek, in the said town, upon the opening and establishment invested in oriof the said streets, between Washington street and Rock creek, be,

and ginal propriethe same are hereby vacated; and the title to the ground over which the same now runs, shall be vested in fee simple in the proprietors of the ground over which the streets to be opened and extended by virtue of this act, shall run, in proportion to the quantity owned by each proprietor. APPROVED, June 14, 1813.

(a) An act to amend the charter of Georgetown, March 3, 1805, chap. 32. Vol. III.- 1

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