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Times of day of May, and at Baltimore, on the seventh holding the
"day of November. couris. In Virginia, at Richmond, on the twentye second days of May and November. ..
In Georgia, at Savannah, on the twentieth day of April, and at Augusta, on the eighth day of November.
In South-Carolina; at Charleston, on the fixth day of May, and the twenty-fifth day of October.
In North-Carolina, at Raleigh, on the first day of June, and on the thirtieth day of No. vember: Provided, That if any of these days shall happen on a Sunday, the court shall be held on the day following.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Certain ads repea. fifth section of an "act for altering the times led.
of holding the circuit-courts, in certain diftricts of the United States, and for other purposes," and the third, fourth, fifth and fixth sections of “ An act making certain alterations
in the act for establishing the judicial, and alterDistrict
ing the time and place of holding certain be held at courts," be, and the same are hereby repeaNewbern.
led ; and that the stated district-courts of North-Carolina, shall, in future, be held at the town of Newbern. .
Sec. 3. And be it further enactéd, That all such process of the several district-courts,within the said district, as before the passing of this act shall have issued, and all recognizances made, returnable to any of the said several diftrict-courts; and all suits and other proceedings, that were continued, and are depending therein, shall now be returned and held continus ed to the district-courtof the faid state, to beholden at Newbern, on the first Monday in April
Time of to the convenience of the people thereof, holding diftrist.couts giving reasonable notice of the time and place in Kentuc. of attendance. ky.
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That front and after the first day of September next, the present terms for holding the district-court, in the Kentucky district, shall ceafe, and there. after the said court, shall be holden on the second Monday in March, the third Monday in June, and the third Monday in November, annually.
JONATHAN DAYTON, Speaker of the
House of Representatives. WILLIAM BINGHAM, President pro
tempore of the Senate. APPROVED, March third, 1797: GEORGE WASHINGTON,
Prefident of the United States.
An AEt for the Relief of John Brown.
O presentatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Comptroller of the Treasury shall and may examine and determine upon such evidence, as John Brown, of Providence, in the state of RhodeIsland, surviving partner of the late house of Brown and Francis, shall and may produce and offer, to establilk and prove the export
and delivery without the limits of the United Draw States, of certain foreign Geneva and empty allowed bottles, said to have been exported from the port of Providence for the East-Indies, in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninetyone, by the said Brown and Francis; and, upon satisfactory proof of such export and deli. very as, by law, is required for goods entitled to a drawback of duties, the Comptroller of the Treasury shall and may direct the payment to the said John Brown, of the drawback of the duties which have been paid on the said Geneva and bottles; any failure of the par-'. ticular certificates' of delivery required by law notwithstanding. JONATHAN DAYTON, Speaker of
the House of Representatives. WILLIAM BINGHAM, President of the
Senate pro tempore. APPROVED, March third, 1797:
President of the United States.
to call on certain
D ESOLVED by the Senate and House of Re.
Il presentatives of the United States of AmePrefident rica, in Congress assembled, That the President
be requested to adopt some speedy and effecItates re- tual means of obtaining information from the specting an states of Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsyl. amend ment to the vania, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Ten. Constitu
neffee and South-Carolina, whether they have tion.
ratified the amendment proposed by Congress
the House of Representatives. WILLIAM BINGHAM, Prehdent pro
tempore of the Senate. APPROVED, March second, 1797 : GEORGE WASHINGTON,
President of the United States.