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addition to the pay heretoforè authorized by law, there shall be allowed and paid to the non-commissioned officers, musicians and pri- Additional vates of the militia lately called forth into the pay.

militia calactual service of the United States, on an ex- led forth in pédition to Fort-Pitt, fuch fuñs as shall, with the expedio

a tion to Fort the pay heretofore by law established, be equal Pitt. to the allowances respectively provided in the first and second sections of this act. Provided nevertheless, That the compensations made by any state, to the militia called forth from such ftate, shall be deemed to be included in the additional allowance authorized by this act; and such státe shall be entitled to receive from the Treasury of the United States, such fums as they shall have paid, or allowed to the non- States to be commissioned officers, musicians and privates, ne

Esg a certain. over and above the pay heretofóre allowed by fum. law, and not exceeding the additional allow: ance granted by this act.

Sec 5. Ånd be it further enacted, That for the completing and better supporting the military establishment of the United States, as provided by the act, intitled, “ An act making further and more effectual provision for the protection of the frontiers of the United States," there shall be allowed and paid, from Additional

, pay of inand after the first day of January, one thousand lifted feven hundred and ninety-five, to each non- troops. commissioned officer, musician and private now in service, or hereafter to be inlisted, the additional pay of one dollar per month, during the terms of their respective inlistments; and to each foldier now in the fèrvice of the United States, or discharged therefrom, subsequent to the third day of March last, who shall re-inlift after the first day of January next, an additional bounty of eight dollars,

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Additional making the entire bounty fixteen doliats:

on and to each person not now in the army of
Te inlist
ment. the United States, or discharged as above,

who shall inlist after the said first day of Janu.
ary next, an additional bounty of fix dollars,
making the entire bounty fourteen dollars :

but the payment of four dollars of each addi.
Part of the tional bounty hereby granted, shall be deferá
additional
beunty to red, until the foldier inlisting shall join the
bedeferred. regiment or corps, in which he is to serve.

: Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That Increase of to those in the military service of the United rations to States, who are, or fhall be employed on the those em

Tin western frontiers, there shall be allowed, dur-
themilitary ing the time of their being so employed, two
Service of
the U.S. on ounces of flour or bread, and two ounces of
the western beef or pork, in addition to each of their ra-
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tions, and half a pint of salt, in addition to
every hundred of their rations.
FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.
JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United.

States, and President of the Senate.
APPROVED, January the second, 1795:

GEORGE WASHINGTON,

President of the United States.

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. CHAPTER LXXV.

An Ast authorizing the Transfer of the Stock

standing to the Credit of certain States.

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within two years from the passing of this act, Certain transfers shall and may be authorized, of so itoc

" ing to the much of the stock standing to the credit of credit of a

any state, pursuant to the report of the comi missioners for fettling accounts between the to its cree United States and individual states, and the dite

ad passed thereon, intitled, “ An act making 3 provision for the payment of the interest on the

balances due to certain states, upon a final set-
tlement of the accounts between the United
States and the individual states," to creditors
of such state, who were fuch, prior to the first
day of July, one thousand seven hundred and
ninety-three, as may be necessary to satisfy
their respective demands: Provided, That no Provife.
such transfer shall be made but with the con-
sent of the said state and its creditors.
FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.
JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United

States, and President of the Senate.
APPROVED, January the second, 1795 ::

GEORGE WASHINGTON,
. .. President of the United States,

CHAPTER LXXVI..
An Act providing for the Payment of certain In-

ftalments of foreign Debts ; and of the third
Instalment due on a Loan made of the Bank of
the United States.

Certain in. DE it enacted by the Senate and House of ReNalments of D presentatives of the United States of Amedebt how to be paid.rịca, in Congress assembled, That the President

of the United States be, and he hereby is au. thorized and empowered to cause any initalments of the foreign debts, which may fall due in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, and also the third instalment due on a loan made of the bank of the United States, in pursuance of the eleventh section of the act' for incorporating the subscribers to the faid bank, to be paid out of the proceeds of any foreign loans heretofore made. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG,

Speaker of the House of Representatives. JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United

States, and President of the Senate. APPROYED, January the eighth, 1795:

. GEORGE WASHINGTON,

President of the United States.

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CHÁ P T E R ÍXXVIII. An A& further extending the Time for receiving on Loan the domestic Debt of the United States.

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