Register of Debates in Congress, Comprising the Leading Debates and Incidents of the Second Session of the Eighteenth Congress Page: 121
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APPENDIX—-To Gales & Section's Register. 121
18th Congress, £ Laws of the United. States.
2d Session, j
A lighthouse on a proper site on Moose Peak Islands, in llie state of Maine; and a monument on a proper site
<jn Stage Island, in the same state.
state of Massachusetts.
a Stage Island, in tlie same state.
A lighthouse on a proper site, at or near the mouth of Burlington Harbor, in the state of Vermont.
A house at the entrance of Nantucket Harbor, for the keeper, with a tower on the same for the lantern, in tlie
state of Massachusetts.
A lighthouse, on Dutch Island, in Narraganset Bay, in the state of Rhode Island ; and a small beacon light on
Warwick Neck, in the same state.
Three small beacons at the entrance of Mill River Harbor, in the state of Connecticut.
A lighthouse near the Fire Island inlet, on the south side of-Long Island, in the state of New York; and a light?
house on Stony Point, instead of Verplank's Point, as heretofore directed, in the same state.
A lighthouse on Cedar Point, at or near the mouth of Patuxent River, in tlie state of Maryland, and a small bea.
con light on Point Look Out, at the mouth of Potomac, in the same state.
A light-vessel for Albemarle Sound, in the state of North Carolina, to be placed either at or near the south Point
of Roanoke Island, or at the end of Wade's Point Shoal, at the muuth of Pasquotank lliver, in the same state.
A lighthouse on Point Defer, in the state of Louisiana.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That there be appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury, not otherwise s
appropriated, the following sums of money, to wit: I
For a lighthouse on the Moose Peak Islands, |in the state of Maine, four thousand dollars; for a monument on f
Stage Island, one thousand five hundred dollars; and for placing a buoy, in Winter Harbor, in the same state, fifty I
For a lighthouse at the mouth of Burlington Harbor, in the state of Vermont, four thousand dollars.
For the* keeper's house at the entrance of Nantucket Harbor, with a tower on the same, in the state of Massa-
chusetts, sixteen hundred dollars. „ , , ' , , , , . ,, ,
For a lighthouse on Dutch Island, in Narraganset Bay, in the state of Rhode Island, three thousand dollars; and
for A small beacon light on Warwick Neck, in the same state, one thousand dollars.
For three small beacons at the entrance of Still River Harbor, in the state of Connecticut, two thousand six hun-
dFOTda lighthouse near Fire Island Inlet, in the state of New York, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars; and
for the lighthouse heretofore directed to be buUt on Throg's Neck, and for the site thereof, in the same state, se-
^For a lighthouse on Cedar Point, in the state of Maryland, six thousand dollars ; and for a small beacon light on
Point Look Out in the same state, one thousand eight hundred dollars. ^ r,v_
For the light vessel to be placed on Albemarle Sound, in the state of North Carolina, a sum not e«eeding J^
thousand five hundred dollars. For replacing the buoy at Ocracoke Inlet, and for two buoys t be placed, one at
Fuicher's Point, and one at Cross Rock, Croaton Sound, in the same state, one hundred and eighty doHais.
For three buoj s to^!e placed at proper places, at the entrance of the harbor of Pensacola, m the temtory ot
Florida, one hundred and eighty dollars.
Pn the lio-hthouse on Point Defer, in the state of Louisiana, ten thousand dollars. , , . ,
For compfeting the work to secure Plymouth Beach, in the state of Massachusetts, five thousand seven hundred
^i^rectitg1 a'pler at the mouth of Cuyahoga River in the state of Ohio, five thousand dollars; and for complet-
ing the pier at the mouth of Grand River, in the same state, one thousand dollars. f„llowinc- mir-
And for survevs to be made under the direction of the President of the United Stetes for the ■ « ? lr
poses, to wit: to ascertain the practicability and necessity of cons*ruct,J . pier at the mouth of the Ha,bo of
Marblehead, for the security of shipping; and also a p.er m the Harbor of Holmes Hole, toi the same ODject,
the state of Massachusetts, the sum of four hundred dollars. Approved—March 3, 1825.
AJ\f ACT for the relief of JVimrod Farrow and Richard Harris.
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be cancelled. , ^ tn i,„ delivered ud and released, by proper
Nimrod Farrow, contractor for erecting a fort on Diuphmlsliii;!' | Provided, That the said Nimrod
tv-three thousand seven hundred and forty-seven before he shall be
Farrow, before he shall receive any of the personal P "Perty < be ^ ^ Secretory of War, with secur.ty
entitled to receive the money above mentioned, be shall entet into thousand dollars, conditioned
to the acceptance of said Secretary, in the pena sn™ ^ phonal property, and the money so to be
that the said Nimrod Farrow shall appropriate the nett proceeds<rfU e of (hem> 01,any otherper-
received, towards the payment of the debts contracted by ies furnished, and services rendered, in and
son or persons contracting under said Farrow and ar"s;' bc^ surplus, after paying the said debts contract-
about the erection of said fortification ; and that, iftliei e shal y " ov assignees, his just Pr0P0.r-
ed as aforesaid, said Farrow shall pav to the sa,d[Urn3, « re$^,and it shall be the dutyof the said
tion of said surplus; which bond shall bec®P0';t" interested therein, and satisfactory proof oftliefailure of t e
Secretary, upon the application of any of the pa^s interest prosecuted for the benefit ot the
said Nimrod Varrow to fulfil the condition thereoi to caus^ may have an interest m said
party or parties making such application, and ot such otner peisuu u i
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Gales, Joseph, 1761-1841. Register of Debates in Congress, Comprising the Leading Debates and Incidents of the Second Session of the Eighteenth Congress, book, 1825; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc30752/m1/497/: accessed June 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.