Feb. 10, 1849.
Chap. LI. — An Act for the Relief of William Fuller and Orlando Saltmarsh.
Accounts of Fuller and Saltmarsh for services in carrying the mail under a contract made by the P. O. Department with Reeside and Avery to be audited and settled.
The amount found justly due them to be paid, deducting payments heretofore made.
Accounts of Reeside to be corrected.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department be, and he is hereby, directed to audit and settle the accounts of William Fuller and Orlando Saltmarsh, for services actually rendered by them in carrying the mail on routes number two thousand three hundred and sixty-six, and number two thousand three hundred and eighty, in the State of Georgia, under a contract entered into by the department with James Reeside and George W. Avery for transporting the mail over said routes from first January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-five, till thirty-first December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, allowing to said Fuller and Saltmarsh the full contract price for said service for the time they continued to perform it. And the Postmaster-General is hereby directed to cause to be paid to said Fuller and Saltmarsh whatsoever sum shall appear to be justly due to them upon said settlement, deducting all payments which may have been heretofore made; and he is hereby further directed and required to correct the accounts of the late James Reeside at the department, by striking from them all credits which may heretofore have been given him for the services above mentioned.
Approved, February 10, 1849.

Printed Document, 1 page(s), Private Acts, 30th Cong., 2nd sess., George Minot, Statutes at Large 9, 761