Thirtieth Congress
thiFirst Session
Congress of the United States
Resolved By the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in
That the Post Master General, in the adjustment of the accounts of H. M. Barney, postmaster at Brimfield, Peoria county, Illinois, be required to charge Barney nothing for the receipts fo his office, during the quarter ending the thirty-first of December, eighteen hundred and forty-seven.
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Passed the House of Representatives
April 7th, 1848.
Attest.Tho. J Campbell

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H.R. 18.
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A Joint Resolution for the relief of H. M. Barney
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In Senate of the United States
February 15, 1849
Resolved, That this Joint Resolution pass.
AttestAsbury Dickins.
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Post office
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Feby 20[th?] Hampton

Partially Printed Document, 2 page(s), Volume Volume 1, RG 233, Entry 362: Records of the United States House of Representatives, Thirtieth Congress, 1847-1849, Records of Legislative Proceedings, Bills and Resolutions Originating in the House, 1847-1849, NAB