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faid courts, to the fame situation, in which
they may have been, when they were so set
afide, suspended or abated; and that the par-
ties to the said suits, actions, process or pro-
ceedings, be, and are hereby entitled to pro-
ceed in such cases, as if no such repeal of the
act aforesaid had taken place. Provided always,
That before any order or proceeding, other
than that for continuing the same suits, after
the reinstating thereof, shall be entered or had,
the defendant or plaintiff, as the case may be,
against whom the fame may have been rein-
stated, shall be brought into court by sum-
mons, attachment or such other proceeding,
as is used in other cases, for compelling the
appearance of a party
FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

RALPH IZARD, President of the

. . Senate, pro tempore. APPROVED, June the seventh, 1794:

GEORGE WASHINGTON,

Prendent of the United States.

CHAPTER LIX.
An Act to continue in Force for a limited Time, the

. Aet supplementary to the Act for the Establisha . . ment and Support of Light-Houses, Beacons, Buoys, and public Piers. ..

(EXPIRED.)

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An Act to amend the Act, intitled, An Act to enable the Officers and Soldiers of the Virginia Line on continental Establishment, to obtain Titles to certain Lands lying north-west of the Rin ver Ohio, between the little Miami and Sciota.

certain
lands.

D E it enacted by the Senate and House of Re- Officers &

D presentatives of the United States of Ameri- fodiers of ea, in Congress assembled, That all, and every

vers Virginia officer and foldier of the Virginia line on con- to obtain tinental establishment, his or their heirs or afligns, entitled to bounty lands on the northwest side of the river Ohio, between the Sciota and little Miami rivers, by the laws of the state of Virginia, and included in the terms of cession of the said state to the United States, shall, on producing the warrant, or a certified copy thereof, and a certificate under the seal of the office where the said warrants are legally kept, that the same or a part thereof remains unsatisfied, and on producing the survey, agreeably to the laws of Virginia, for the tract or tracts to which he or they may be entitled, ducesurvey as aforesaid, to the Secretary of the depart

la ry of Wor. ment of war, fuch officer and soldier, his or

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their heirs or assigns, shall be entitled to, and

receive a patent for the same from the Presi. And re dent of the United States, any thing in any

lacom former law to the contrary notwithstanding. tent from President Provided, That no letters-patent shall be isof United

sued for a greater quantity of land, than shall Statcs.

appear to remain due on such warrant, and that, before the seal of the United States shall be affixed to such letters-patent, the Secretary

of the department of war shall have endorsed . To he en- thercon,

thereon, that the grantee therein named, or dorsed by the person under whom he claims, was ori. Secretary of War.

ginally entitled to such bounty lands, and every such letters-patent shall be countersign

ed by the Secretary of State, and a minute of And coun- the date thereof, and the name of the gran. tersigned by secreta- tee, shall be entered of record in his office in a ry of State, book to be specially provided for that purpose. &c.

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
RALPH IZARD, President of the

Senate, pro tempore.
APPROVED, June the ninth, 1794:

GEORGE WASHINGTON,

Prefident of the United States,

CHAPTER LXIII.
An Act making Appropriations for certain Pur.

poses therein expressed.
Sec. 1. D E it enacted by the Senate and

House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That there be appropriated for the several

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Additional ting a detachment from the militia of the Uni

Cap- ted States, two hundred thousand dollars : propria. mon... For the equipment of gallies, or other vessels

pursuant to an act of the present seslion, eighty thousand dollars: For the expense of additional clerk-hire in the department of war, seven hundred and fifty dollars : For defray, ing the contingent expenses of government, to be applied, under the direction of the President of the United States, according to the regulations and provisions provided in respect of a sum of ten thousand dollars heretofore appropriated for the like purpose, twenty thousand dollars; amounting in the whole to one million, two hundred and ninety-two thousand, one hundred and thirty-seven dollars, and thirty-eight cents : which several sums shall be paid out of the proceeds of such

revenues as shall have been provided during op the present session of Congress.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Prefident of the Uni- President of the United States be empowered ied States to borrow, on behalf of the United States, of a fum the bank of the United States, (which is here

by authorized to lend the fame) or of any ceeding 1,000,000 other body or bodies politic, person or perdollars.

fons, any fum not exceeding in the whole, one million of dollars, to be applied to the purposes aforesaid, and to be reimbursed, as well interest as principal, out of the proceeds of the said revenues.

Sec. 3. Provided always, and be it further

enacted, That there shall be reserved out of the fun to be enacted, reserved. proceeds of the said revenues, a fum fuffici.

ent, to pay the interest of whatever monies may be borrowed pursuant to the act, intitled, « An act making further provision for the expenses attending the intercourse of the United

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