36th CONGRESS, 
1st SESSION.

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES.

   

DECEMBER 10, 1857.

                               
          Received from the Court of Claims.    
                               
            DECEMBER 30, 1859              
     

Referred to the Committee on Claims.

     
                               
              MARCH 29, 1860.                
                               
Reported by Mr. Iverson without amendment, as Senate bill No. 323, and read
        and passed to a second reading.---(See Mis. Doc. No. 23, lst session, 35th Congress.)
                               
 

 

   A    BILL          
                               

For the relief of Polly Booth, of the county of Madison, State

 
 

 of New York.

                           
                               
   1   Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-
      tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
   3   That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he hereby is,  
   4   directed to pay to Polly Booth, the widow of Isaiah Booth,
   5   deceased, a soldier in the army of the  revolution, the sum
   6   of four hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents, being  
   7   for the arrears of her pension, at the rate of ninety dollars
   8   per annum, from the fourth of March, eighteen hundred and
   9   forty-eight, to the third of February, eighteen hundred and
  10   fifty-three, to which she is entitled under the second section 
  11   of the act of February, third, eighteen hundred and fifty-
12   three, entitled " An act to continue half pay to certain
13  widows and orphans."
Bills and Resolutions, Senate, 36th Congress, 1st Session. Bill 323 of 575. A Bill For the relief of Polly Booth, of the county of Madison, State of New York. (http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=llsb&fileName=036/llsb036.db&recNum=917) (May 13, 2004).

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