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S. 268. An act for the relief of Mary K. Guthrie. [Approved February 9, 1861.]

S. 111. An act for the relief of Aaron H. Palmer. [Approved February 13, 1861.7 S 531. An act to change the name of the schooner “Augusta

Augusta” to “Colonel Cook.” (Approved February 13, 1861.)

H. R.545. An act granting a pension to Gregory Patti. [Approved February 13, 1861.]

S. 547. An act for the relief of the parish of St. Matthew's Church of the city of Washington. [Approved February 16, 1861.]

S. 551. An act for the relief of Hockaday & Ligget. [Presented to the President February 16, 1861, and became a law in consequence of a failure on his part to disapprove the same within ten days thereafter.]

H. R. 623. An act for the relief of William Cowing. [Approved February 18, 1861.)

S. 125. An act for the relief of John Peebles. [Received from the Court of Claims. Approved February 18, 1861.]

S. 274. An act for the relief of Townsend Harris, or his legal representatives. [Approved February 18, 1861.]

S. 154. An act for the relief of Randall Pegg. [Approved February 19, 1861.]

Ś. 134. An act for the relief of James Smith. [Approved February 20, 1861.]

S. 225. An act for the relief of Annie D. Reeves. [Approved February 20, 1861.]

S. 227. An act for the relief of Laura C. Humber, widow of Charles H. Humber. [Approved February 20, 1861.)

H. R. 400. An act for the relief of James Floyd. [Approved February 23, 1861.)

H. R. 514. An act for the relief of Samuel S. Green. [Approved February 23, 1861.]

H. R. 625. An act for the relief of Captain Alexander V. Frazer. [Approved February 23, 1861.]

H. R. 678. An act for the relief of Samuel Perry. [Approved February 23, 1861.]

H. R. 996. An act for the relief of Azel Spalding. [Approved February 23, 1861.]

S. 345. An act for the relief of Mary Walbach, widow of the late Brevet Brigadier General John DeB. Walbach, of the United States Army. [Approved February 23, 1861.]

H. R. 909. An act for the relief of Thomas Chittenden. [Approved February 28, 1861.]

H. R. 981. An act to confirm a certain private land claim in the Territory of New Mexico. [Approved March 1, 1861.]

H. R. 655. An act granting a pension to Prentiss Champlain. [Approved March 1, 1861.]

H. R. 997. An act for the relief of Greenberry M. Watkins, of Montgomery county, Maryland. [Approved March 1, 1861.]

S. 39. An act for the relief of Simon de Visser and José Villarubia, of New Orleans. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 77. An act for the relief of Richard Chenery. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 146. An act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue registers to the owners of the schooners Helen Blood and Sarah Bond. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 210. An act for the relief of Augustus H. Evans. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 270. An act for the relief of John H. Wheeler. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 399. An act for the relief of Thomas G. Corbin. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 459. An act for the relief of Commander Thomas J. Page, United States Navy. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 490. An act for the relief of Eliza B. Mills, widow of Robert Mills. [Approved March 2, 1861.)

S. 501. An act for the relief of Henry Rice. (Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 502. An act for the relief of Taylor Dudley, of Minnesota. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 524. An act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to issue a register to the schooner Perseverance, of Ogdensburg, State of New York. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 561. An act for the relief of Daniel B. Hibbard. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 565. An act for the relief of Lewis Warrington, paymaster United States Navy. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 568. An act for the relief of Leslie Combs and Robert H. Crittenden, sureties of the late A. J. Mitchell, purser United States Navy. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 203. An act to enable the trustees of Bluemont College to preëmpt a certain quarter section of land, and for other purposes, Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R 311. An act for the relief of Mrs. Mary Ann Henry. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 426. An act for the relief of John Y. Sewell. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 461. An act granting an invalid pension to Charles Appleton. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 530. An act granting a pension to Jane Yates. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R.537. An act for the relief of Katherine K. Russell. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 576. An act for the relief of Messrs. Coale & Barr. [Approved March 2, 1861.1

H. R. 666. An act for the relief of William Sutton. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 852. An act for the relief of certain Chippewa, Ottawa, and Pottawatomie Indians. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 923. An act granting a pension to Eliza M. Plympton. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 975. An act for the confirmation of the title to the saline lands in Jackson county, State of Illinois, to D. H. Brush and others. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

PRIVATE RESOLUTIONS,

H. R. 55. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to change the name of the schooner “Spring Hill” to that of “United States.' [Approved January 19, 1861.]

S. 57. Joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to permit the owners of the steamboat “John C. Frémont” to change the name of the same to that of “Horizon.” [Approved January 19, 1861.]

S. 15. Joint resolution for the relief of Lieutenant John C. Carter. [Approved January 23, 1861.]

H. R. 71. Joint resolution extending the time for taking testimony on the application of Cyrus H. McCormick for the extension of his patent. (Approved February 9, 1861.]

S. R. 58. Joint resolution authorizing Lieutenant T. A. M. Craven, United States Navy, to receive certain marks of distinction tendered to him by the Spanish government. [Approved February 13, 1861.]

H. R. 57. Joint resolution for the relief of Duvall & Brothers. [Approved February 13, 1861.]

H. R. 39. Joint resolution directing the accounting officers of the Treasury to settle the accounts of the late Robert Stockton, quartermaster, &c. [Approved February 16, 1861.]

H. R. 62. Joint resolution for the benefit of George H. Giddings [Presented to the President February 18, 1861, and became a law in consequence of a failure on his part to disapprove the same within ten days thereafter.]

H. R. 5. Joint resolution authorizing the proper accounting officers of the Treasury to revise and adjust the accounts of John Randolph Clay, United States minister to Peru. [Approved February 20, 1861.]

S. 49. Joint resolution to repeal the joint resolution approved June 15, 1860, for the relief of William H. DeGroot. [Approved February ,21, 1861.]

S. 65. Joint resolution authorizing Captain William L. Hudson, of the United States Navy, to accept a diamond brooch for his wife, presented to her by the Emperor of Russia. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

S. 67. Joint resolution authorizing W. H. Smiley, United States commercial agent at the Falkland Islands, to receive a telescope tendered to him by the Belgian government. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 51. Joint resolution repealing a resolution relating to the claim of George Fisher, late of Florida, deceased, approved June 1, 1860. [Approved March 2, 1861.]

H. R. 59. Joint resolution authorizing Commodore H. Paulding to receive a sword awarded to him by the Republic of Nicaragua. Approved March 2, 1861.]

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