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M Act to Incorpowte th Sisteri of Chftnty of
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jonepn ana uio amen ui hj miMiun
oCfieorgetova, tn ,.y,in ooiurnoit. -
np.lt morttd bu the tendte and- haute of
Jmerica in tongrett asiemolea, i naflurjf
Smith, Kwetti unite wrj-r ieortt,
Bridge f Ferrelli FrancU Jourdan, Ann
Gruber, Adel Silta, Sarah Thomp
son, MarRare t Felicit Brady, Scholasika
Beam, Jolh Shirk, Louisa Koger, Mar,
tha Dadisman, Mary Joseph RlveU, Mary
Age Q'Conner, Mary Clare Shirly,
. Mart Paul Douchlass, ElizaJIarijna
i n . . r-'i:r" 1...- T. i.
CUtcner,- tiUirina vtarac, m 'yic,
Rosetta Tyler, Mary LoverAnn Collina,
Mary McGinnU, Eliiabeth Dellow, Ru
chael Green, Ann Elisabeth Corber, Mary
Maria Sexton, JaneflegmaSmiih, Helena
Elder, Catharine. Stlgars, Ami Frances
Richardson, Ann Magdtline S'lirlj, Maria
Muller, Aon , Prona, Rebecca Oough,
Ullen Piurofi Margaret Shannon, Mary
Green, Mary Delene, ElUn Tinimont,
-5uMnJU0t, WarKret Drsdr, llirr fran
, eeaBoarmtni Amf f)or-rffcit Sl.nr,
Mrr Twrer,Elia Smith, Dridcet Git
ton, Ellen ITuRhea, Wirclharhr Elizabeth1
'"ratr MacyC
tort hereafter to become Sisters oi' Chari
ty of Saint Joseph, according to the rules
ad regulations that have been, or may
biWwr.bea!)Jjshe
tion, br,and they are hereby made, de
clarrd and consiituted a corporal ion or
body politic, in law and in fact, to have
continuance forever, by 'he name, stvlo
and title of the Sisters of Charity of Saint
Joseph.
. Sec Ani be it further enacted. That
Eliza Matthews,.! Alice Lalon, H.irict
Brer.t. Miry N-iale, Elizabeth Ne alo, Mr
jporei MmM, Ann Combs, Louis Junes,
Jane Neale, Ann Wrihf, Elizaheth
ClakN L'.mist . Q,t)een, Jn C. Neale,
.. . MtfJMVtl'' Boarman, Grace Turner, Mary
Cumminss Eiranor Miles, Mary Olivia
r -rJijts-pjgstTH CathHnCornih
Ldcretit Ford, Marry Caroline Neale,
Mry KinR Johanna Barry, Mary E. Neale,
t. Mtrgaret CoqperSarah Cooper,Margiret
Dent, Elizabeth Wiseman, Jerusha Bar
ber, Elizabeth Lancaster,1 Matilda Hana--sn,
Mar? Brooks, Mrgarei.Kine,
becca Harrison, Laura Bevans, Williamina
- Jones, Susan Dute, Catharine Murry,
Eleanor-Corcoran Btldgei Lyjjch. Mar
tine Waide, and Ann French, and theTr"
- uxeaors hereafter JQ.beqome Sisters of
the Visitation, according to the rules ant
. reguidtions that have been or may here7'
Titii ro?t?brthe4 by their-: socUuaai ty torn.
be, and they are hereby made, declared,
and "COnstttuteilai-torpor(iioft-or -body
politic, in law and in fare, to have contin
uance forever, by the name, stvle and ti
tle of the Sister of the Visitation.
Sec. 3. And be it furthtr enacted, That
11 and singular the lands, tenements,
rents, legacies, annuities, rights, property
good, .mid .... chatties, .heretofore. Kiven
granted, devised or bequeathed to either
the said Sisters of Charity of Saint Joseph,
or Sisters of the Visitation, or.'.o any in
dividual of either, or to any person or per
tons for the use of either of said societies,
or that have been purchased for or on ac
count of the same, be, and they are here
by, vested in and confirmed to the said
Corporations respectively, and that they
may severally purchase, take, receive,
and apply to the uses of their associations,
according to the rules and regulations
the said corporations, by- their names,
stylesand titles aforesaid, be, and shall
be hereafter, capable, in law and in equity,
respectively, to sue and b sued, within
the District of-Columbia-ind elsewhere,
in as effectual a manner at other persona
0? corporation .cn aiia,or be sued, and
thaf the eali corporaon, or a- Majority
adoprandiisv' enmro
same to use, alter, or change at pleasure
and from time to time, make suoh b
lawi;
tioa of the United States, or" anvTaw'onDi
Uiagf6ij'irtt expedient
and proper, ?
if, atjanylrne tereafref'"arry the person!
herein lefore named, or any of their suc
cessors, shall cease to be members of said
siterjioods, respectively, such person or
persons shall thereafter have no control
in ; the proceedings ..of said corpor
ation, under and in pursuance of the pro
visions of this act. ,.. ,
A. STEVENSON,
Speaker of the House of Representative!
J. C. CAI.HOUN.
Vice President of the United State, and
I'rcaident of the Senate.
Approved: 21 Mav, 12!.
JOHN' Qt'tVCY ADAMS.
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An Act authorizing a ubetption t the atock
ttt tbt Citesa'take and Ohio Carul Coonpany.
OF. it enacted bu the teHate and houte c'
reflreteKtativer cf-: the -United State-
AmiisaMmsrxMemmfMi That the
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TBarbars MaTloTMv GfcsoruLvdra D
in the name and foe the use of the I nittd
States, for ten thousand shares of the ;ap
same are hereby, respectively, empower
ed to cause, to be constituted certificates
of stock for the surnsl borrowed in Dur
itisnce of the autboritVseverally. irested io
them by ihii act j eaciiof said ccrtificitci
shall be of the form fotywing, to wit r
ity or TWo here tasefttiieiitle oftheGty
L ..Be it known, That thtre w d from the Cor.
powion ;Tne pit ; WfTawn inen insert the
title, of the City or Towit ofj UirtoItrlherf
the came of the creditor, or 1 tsiigna, the
sum of here Insert thr amount in dolta bear
WtjntsrwtMlberei pec centum per annum, from the day ot - .
eighteen hundred and -w-v1ncJujivdy,pt)Ie
rjnartet yeirlyj the pr'mcipal sum above Wm
tio'iea ta to be paid on tne , day of ,
m'M frigKtiirJun4re4 ;id.ar9kwljcb,
ilebt is recorded ia thii Office, and ii transfer,
ble only by appearance in person, or by attoi.
ney, t this office, , in testimony where.
or, I have hereunto aubicribcd my name, and
cause J the seal or the "id City to be allied.
' , Mayor.' '
Register, or other BecorJng Of8
cer otthe Corpuration.
A list of all such certificates, denoting
(heir respective numbers, dates, and
sums, and the persons to whom the same
shall have been issued, authenticated by
the Mayor, subscribing ihejame, shall be
deposited by said officer at the time of
subscribing the same, or within ten days
thereafter, with the Secretary of the
Treasury of the United States.
The said certificate shall aot be issued,
in any case, for a lets sum, each, than
on hotwired dollars uTheiorgery of. any
stirh certificate, or of any transfer there
of, oof arrv fWwer of attorney' ftarporting
it4 .stocV oT the Chesapeake. 40(1 Pyi
Canal Company, and to pay for the same,
at such times, and in such proportions, as
shall be required of and paid by the stock
holders, gencr4lvJv..Uia rules and regu.-.
lationa of the. company, oat of the divi
dends whirh mav accrue to the United
States upon their Biiilc Stock in the Bnk
of the United Siats: Provided, That not
more than one-fifth part of the -sum, so
subscribed for the use o( the United
States, sh -,11 be demanded, in any one
year, after the org oiution of the said
company i nor shall any greater sum be
paid on the shaies so subscribed for, than
hail be proportioned o assessments made
on individual or corporite stockholder,
And provided, moreover, Tint, fur the
supply of water to '.'such' oiter Ciiials SS !
the State of Mjr land, or Virginia, or the;
Congress of the United States, may au
thorize" to be nuur.ted. in connexion ,
with the Chesapeake and Oliio Canal, the ;
section of the said eanl lending from i he
head of the Little Falls of the, Potomac i
river, to the proposed bjsin, next -'aoove1
Georgetown, in the Distru t of Co'unibU.
shall have the elevation, above the tide,
of the river at the head" oT the sai l l'!ls,
and shall preserve, throughout the whole
section VorKSi
of the water, of not less than sixty feet,
arid s depthrbelow the same, of not-less
than five feel, with a suitable breadth at
to Btnhorize each-transfervshall be pun4 tbtisidjsxjLjsjhocyriljr
ishsble in like manner with the forgery
o a certificate of the pub.ic debt of the
United Jstates. .
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That
the said Corporations are respectively,
empowered io employ an aeen'. or agents,
for the purpoHtof oblaiiin jtuljscrjpUoDS
to the lon or loans authorised bv this act,
or of selling, from time to time, the cer-
tihcjtts of stock which mav V cr ated in
pursuance thereof, and to fix 'tie eomp?n
sation of surh agent or agents, whjj-.h
they shall respectively pay, well as ill
other attending the said loan,, out of the
proceeds thereof, or of any other fa ult
which the"y msy respectifelr provide
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That
a tax, at the rate of one per cemu n and
thirteen hundredtns of ona per reimim,
ootbe assessed talue of the'resl .md per
sons! estaie$..snrtwrrthe e't'y f ashing
ton, as shall appear by the appraisement
thereof, made under the authority of "the
corporation, or of the several ai ti of Con
gress, hereinafter declared to be revived!
and in Force, within the ia corporation
to be cxH'i'it;. the lime hereinafter Ii
mited f r thv ci' lection of the bid tax;
snd at the rat? jf Efty sir hundredths of
one per ccn'u'n on the assessed value of
the real S i r personal -estate within tbo
lown of Georgetown, as shall appear by
the appraisement .!herccJlmAde.under the
authority of the C.uporation, or of the
several nets of Congress, hereinafter de
clared to be revived and itt force, within
Uhs said corporauon, to be existing at the
at time hereinafter limiteH rortlBecolleBtdn
Sec. 2 And bl U farther enacted, 1 h
the'i4 Srttary ofthe JlVeasury
vote for the President and Directors ofjeight hundred hsof onr per centum on
the said Company, according to such num-1 the assessed value of the real and person
ber of shaies as the United States may at a estate within the town of Alexandria,
anv time hold in the stock thereof, and' as shall appear, by the appraisement
shall recrive, upon the said stock, the j thereof, made under the authority of the
proportion of Ihe tolls which shall, Irom
time to limp, be due to the United States
for the shares aforesaid "; and shall hive
corporation of the said town, or of the
several acts of Congress, hereinafter de
cTarfcd to be revived -and in-force,-witoin
, .that they may respectively establish, from
time io tiraei for thTmTnageniefirbf the
concerns pf their societies, any lands ten
ements, rents, legacies," annuities; rights;
property and privileges, or toy goods,
chattels or other effects, of what kind or
nature soever, which shall or may hereaf-
ter be given, grameoTsbloVbequeathedorj
devised unto them respectively, by any
person or persoos,. bodies politic or cor
porate, capable of making such grant, and
that they may respectively dispose of the
earner Provided always, That neither of
the said associations shall jt any jiime
i ImsW, usev'possess, and enjoy i within the
District of Columbia, either by legal
seizure or trust,- for their e and- beoc fit
respectively, more than two hundred acres
of land; nor shall either n said societies
bold, in their own right, or by any other
person in trust, or for their benefit, an
amount of rest estate, the annual income
of which shall exceed thirty-five hundred
dollars.
f,kc 4. And be it farther enacted, That
and enjoy, in behalf of the Unite I Sure, j the said corporation, io be existing at the
every other right of a stockholder in thrime hereaf er limited for the collection
said Company. " i of the said tix, be, -nd the same is here-
Approved : 24 Wav, ' )v, imposed and assessed on the real and
rsonal estate Iving and being in me
id citv and towns: and, upon the failure
no. Lxsri
Corporations of the District of Caiu.nt!i, ,id j of the said corporations, or any of ihem,
for other purposes. to pay into the T'easury of the United
BE it cnar'cdb'i the mate and home qj States, ninety days .before the same shall
reftretentativc of the United Statei of become due, to the holders of the shares
America in conret aemblcd, That the or certificates of such loan or loans, as
Corporation of Washington, the Corpora- aforesaid, according to the terms and
tionof Georgetown, and the Corporation j cpnditions thereof, the sum, or sums,
which they or any ot inem ansn nave, r
lumblir shall, severally, have full power4 spectively, stipulated to pay'at the expira-
and. authority to subscribe and pay for
shares of the stock of the Chesapeake
and Ohio Canal Company ; and all such
nh,-rip;iooa aa-ahallhave been already
made by either of the said Corporations
shall, and the same are hereby declared
to be valid and binding on the said Cor.
pomtion, respectively.
Sti. 2- And be it further enacted, That
the said Corporations shall, severally,
have power; and authority, from time to
time, as the same may be deemed by
UMin, respectively eubqr.qecjtssary or
expedient, to borrow money, at any rate
of interest, not exceeding six per cen
tum per annum, to pay their respective
subscriptions, .and the interest accruing
thereon, to the amount which they have
subscribed, or shall hereafter subscribe.
Sec. 3. Andbe it further enacted, That
the said Corporations ajiajj be, and the
tion of the period aforesaid, so that the
same shall not be ascertained beforehand
to be in readiness to meet the demand or
claim shout to arise on the shares or cer
tificates oTheldafJthe-J'residem
of the United States shall be, and he 'is
hereby, empowered to appoint a collector
or collectors, whose duty it shall be to
proceed and collect the tax imposed, as
abive, on the real and .personal estate in
the. jaid city and town, or either of
themTihe corpora
which shall have so failed to payyas afore
s'aldTin advWCenhe svm-or-sumsvaaout
to become due and demandable as alore
aaid, or any part -thereof remaining un
paid, as aforesaid, into the Treasury,
ninety days in advance; such P', in
cases part only be, so in arriar, to be
ratcably and equally assessed, levird, and
collected, upon the property Cftargeable,
a aforesaid, with the said tar. within th
satd city and towns, or either of them
making such default on paying at re
quireu, ninety days in advance, as afore
aaid i the appraisement or assessment o
the value of the said estates, preparatory
19. j? : .Jl?!!t?!.!on or.ibf ' aaidtaxf if not
previously made byTbo said corrfatJonT
-be. marjei lqjhe, mode prescribed, w
aroresal injhe several acta Or congress
l'...i.U j". : -.'''?":. V"
ucicuy- rvvivco ana put in operation i
Provided, That, if satisfactory evidence
be afforded the Preside, ht of the United
States, by the several corporations afore
said, that they are proceeding, in - good
faith, to raise and psr,.m due time, their
portions, respectively ,jolhe. said loan ur
ioiisTandiiT com'MteWtd fllir'ihsy
same by means xn which they rely,' he
shall be, and he is hereby, empowered to
restrain such collector or collectors from
proceeding to collect, the said tax within
the corporation affording the evidence
aforesaid, until the expiration of the nine
iy dsys aforesaid, when if the amount of
the said tax be not actually paid, the col
lection thereof shall proceed, without
further.delay, on notice to the collector of
such default.
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That
the Collector or Collectors, who may be
appointed as aforesaid, shall give bond
with good and sufficient security, for the
faithful performance of the duties re
quired by this act, and shall possess all the
powers, be subject to til the obligations,
and "pfocVed, in "a1T respects," ill the dta-
chaxge of hjt or Jhcr , duties. tn,,tpHectipg
sessed, were subject .to, and were re
quired to do, by an act, entitled " Art act
to provide additional revenues for defray
ing i he expenses ' of . "Government ;. ; and
maintaining the public credit, by laying a
direct tax upon the District of Columbia,"
approved the twenty. seventh of February,
on thousand-eight-'hundred wnd fifteen,
and by the several acts of Congress there
in referred lo, or which were subsequent
ly passed, in order to alter or amend the
samr; all of which acts, for (he effectual
fulfilment of the purpose of this act, and
according to the tenor and intent thereof,
are Hereby declared to be revived, and in
full force within the limits of the several
corporations aforesaid-
Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That
the tax imposed by this act shall be con
tinued and collected, from time to time,
jaccprding.to the provisions and conditions
of this Bctvand of the several acts afore
said, so long arthe proceeds thereof may,
by any possibility, be required lo meet
the payment of the several loans author
ized as aforesaid. Provided, however,
that all or either of the said Corporations
may, in the negotiation of uch loin, or
loans, as they, or either of. them, shall,
deem it expedient to make, in pursuance
of the authority yetted in them by thi-.
act, stipulate such terms or oondftion for
the payment of the interest, or the re
demption-of 4he principal jum.j.hereof, us
shall dispense with the system ol taxation
provided b v t hi act . 7 ; -Sec.
8. And be it further enacted, That,
In thTevehf tnarahy-Tdan "Orleans shall
be negotiated by the said Corporations, or
any one of them, to the extent, in whole
or in part, of the subscription of one or
all of the said Corporations, to. the stock
of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Com
pany in conformity with the provisions of
this act, and b.ued upon the system of
taxation therein provided, a copy or
copies of. the contracts, for an and all
such loans, shall, as soon as practicable
after the execution thereof, be deposited,
either by the Corporation or Coporations
contracting such loan or loans, or by the
creditor or creditors interested therein,
with the Secretary of the Treasury j and.
out of all such sums a3 shall be paid, by
the respective Corporations, in advance,
as aforesaid, on acconnt of their several
contracts, or as shall be levied and collec
ted, in manner hereinbefore provided, the
holders of the certificates of any such loan
shall be entitled to receive, at the Public
Treasury, such, amount as may be due to
them, respectively ; and, on the occur
rence T of any deficiency in the sum or
sums voluntarily paid in or assessed and
collected, within the said Corporations,
respectively, for the payment of their re
pctivxrearJUbextentcuch oV
ficiency shall be ascertained by theSee
retary of the Treasury, from i reference
to the terma of the loan or loans, in rela
tion to which such deficiency may occur ;
and, being so ascertained and published in
some one or more newspapers printed in
the District o( olurbia,he Secret a rof
the Treasury, sha insTrct ;
Collector to .proceed. 5? ! P'F
intohe Public Treasury, the said amount
with all lawful charges attending the
me, according to such farther rateable
assessment upon the estates and property
within the jurisdiction of the Corporation
in arrear, according to the provisions ol
VOL JX.......NO. 484.
to therein, as shall be sufficient to supply
such ascertained deficiency; and, oo the
completion of such collection, the bolder
or holders' of tb i i-.uifkatts of the stock
of the Corpora'ioritkhail be entitled ta re,
ceive such amount as may have been
.fbunddue, and unprovided for, by tha
sums before nid in, or collected on iev"
count.,otuch Corporstiori, . t , )..'
' ao, lxXiv.
An Act to tmend the acta concerning ntturalisa
f - , tlOn.". .V"r ,......, ....,..
BE it enacted bu the lendtf and hout
of rcflrtHUuivet oj ' UeMnUtd MtnM
Jlmenct In (ontrett tumbled, That the)
second-sect Jon of t hp-act entltir"fcai tct"-'s'
tion, end to repeal the acts heretofore oat :J
aed on that subject," which was passed oti ,
tne tourteentn day or April, one thousand
elgUf hundred and two, ind the first see."
tion of the act entitled " An act relative
to'evidence in esses of naturalization,? ""
passed on the twenty-second day of"
March, one thousand eight hundred and
sixteen, be, and the same are hereby, re-
pealed.
Sec 9. And ht it fur the enacted. That '
any alien, being a free whiiJb person, who
Has residing within the limit's, and under " "
the jurisdiction of the United States, be
tween the fourteenth day pPApril, one
thousand eight hundred and two. and tha
eighteenth day of June, , one thousand ' ,
eight hundicu J tvi.,4 wka.tu.
continued to reside wi:hia the samemas- :
be admitted to become a citizen of the ' " "
Ujiittdtej, iithouf WXAxmiti
nrevrous dcTlorlitiortof'nisintentiorr'triT -
become a'citiien : Providtd-'l 'hat when' -
ever any person, without a certificate of
such declaration of . intention, shall make
applicatipn to be admitted a 'ritizen Of the'
United States,' it shall be proved to this
satisfaction of the Court, that the appli
mm waa.. jxjidiug .sjritbjaJe Jllpli'l arid
under .. the jurisdiction, of the United
States, before the eighteenth day of June,
one thousand eight hundred and twelve,
and has continued to reside within the
same, or he shall not be so admitted I
and the residence of the applicant withia
he limns, and under the jurisdiction of
the Uni'ed S'trs, for at least five years
immediately preceding the time ol sch
p;li(-ation, shall be proved by the oath or
ffirmalion of ciiizens. of the United
States ; which citizens shall be named in
the record as witnesses: and such con-
tinned residence within trie limits and un-'---j
der. the jurisdiction of the Umtedtatesi
when. satisfactorily proved, and the place
or places where the applicant has resided
for st least five years, as aforesaid, shall
be stated and vet forth, together with the-,
names of such citizens, in the record of
the Court admitting the applicant ; other -n-
he sme shall not entitle him to be -considered
and deemed a citizen of the
Ul'T-t StlVS-- ".
Approved . 24 May, 1828.
- .BOOK BINDING ..."
Til K subscriber rrspertfuTTy ihformt 1he eit
iiens 'of Salisburyr and the orroiindinf-'
roimtry; lhat lie h established a Boot Binderf -jn.said
town..A. -Main Streei JLfftK.jJboriJOUthtI
of the Gmirt-House v whrw lie-will be thankful
to reeeire any kmrt of work In his line of birsinesv.
From a number of years experience, in Europe
and America, he feels confident of being able to
give entire atifaction to all those who niay fju .
vor him with any description of Binding.
Blank Hoalci made to order, after any pattern
furnished, on short notice, and at prices whicla
no one cn complidn of. '
Old Boukt Jieboutid, either plain or ornamen
tal, on the most moderte terms. All orders
from a distance, ftithfi ttty-attended tj The i
ronage of the public is repectfuily solicited, by
their obt serrt JOHN' M. UK CAHTERET.
SuHthuru, .in'28rA, 1827; 62
MEDICAL DF.PAKTMKNT
THE Medical Lecture will commence, as
usual, on the 1st Monday of November and
terminate on the 1st Sutunlav of March
HiKimi W. DvbLsr, M.U. en Aiyatomy uil
Surgery.
CnisLit CiLOWiLL, M. D. Inttitutet and C'"
meal Practice.
' .toat E. Coots, M. IT. Thtory and Practice jf
Medicine.
Mrittuii fl. HtmsiiBsnw M. D. Ohtlttria m0l
Ditcaiet tf Women and Chilihen.
" Caaati: W.- Shoittv M. D.-Matori JHedit
and Med'mt Botany.
Janes Hlvths, 1) .1). C'kemittry and Pharmacy.
Each Pnifes'or lectures daily, Sabbaths ex
cepted. I he Ticket to the Anatomical and Stir-
ffCTHrwure4-ft?0i each of the othcrS-gt&
Matriculstion with the use of the Libram 1.
The Graduation fee g 20.
" . C. VV. SHOUT, M. I). Dean, fl
fcxingtrn, Kji. .lutrutt 8, ! 8 m. 3t3 J f
H VfVQ qualilied'ar KnvembeT--crmn-aat,-r',;
Oayid Craie late of ItowW tty;dcVlisi.
make payment, with as little d-my as posniblej
and all perwini bing claim ajfaino. I'm estate,
to present hm, legally uttested, within thct i
time prescribed by act of fci-niV,. otherwhto
this notice will plcudin bar of tiiei. recovery." " "
3u.f37 TIMS. CUAIGE,
ItORT. N. CHAlt.E.
tbii act, and of tfie several f cts referred I j i , A-firtrfitafru
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