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LXVI. An ali to authorize the President to

call out and station e corps of militia,
in the four western counties of Pennsyl- .
vania, for a limited time,

135 LXVII. An act extending the privilege of frank

ing to James White, the delegate from
the territory of the United States fouth
of the river Ohio ; and making provi.
fion for his compensation,

136 LXVIII. An act to amend and explain the twena

ty-second section of " the act establish.
ing the judicial courts of the United
States,"

136 LXIX. An act authorizing a loan of two million of dollars,

137 LXX. An act to authorize the officers of the

Treasury to audit and pass the account
of the late Edward Blanchard, deceal-

ed,

138

LXXI. An act making appropriations for the

support of the military establishment for
the year one thousand seven hundred
and ninety-five ; and for the expenses
of the militia lately called into the service
of the United States,

139 LXXII. An act for the relief of Peter Covenhoven,

141 LXXIII. An act making appropriations for the

support of government for the year one

thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, 141 LXXIV. An act to regulate the pay of the non

commissioned officers, musicians and pri-
vates of the militia of the United States,

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when called into actual service, and
for other purposes,

147
LXXV. An act authorizing the transfer of

the stock standing to the credit of cer.

tain states, . . 150
LXXVI. An act providing for the payment of

certain instalments of foreign debts; .
and of the third instalment due on a
loan made of the bank of the United
States,

152 LXXVII. An act for reviving certain suits and

process which have been discontinued

in the district-court of Pennsylvania, 152 LXXVIII. An act further extending the time

for receiving on loan, the domestic

debt of the United States, . .153; LXXIX. An act for the remiffion of the ton

nage-duties on certain French vessels, 154
LXXX. An act to authorize the settlement of

the claim of Samuel Prioleau, 154
LXXXI. An act for the relief of Epaphras
Fones and others,

154. , LXXXII. An act supplementary to the several

acts imposing duties on goods, wares
and merchandize imported into the
United States,

154 LXXXIII. An act making further provision in

157 LXXXIV. An act in addition to the act, inti

tled, an act to regulate the pay of
the non-commissioned officers, musi-
cians and privates of the militia of
the United States, when called into
actual service, and for other purpo-

fes,"?
LXXXV. An act to e;tablish an uniform rule of

naturalization.; and to repeal the

act heretofore passed on that subject, 163 Vol. III.

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PAGE LXXXVI. An act to amend the act, intitled,

" an act niaking alterations in the

Treasury and War Departments," 166 LXXXVII. An act to authorize the allowance of

drawback on part of the cargo of the

LXXXVII Ship Enter on part of the allowance of 166

LXXXVIII. An act relative to the compensations

of certain officers employed in the
collection of the duties of impost and
tonnage,

167 LXXXIX. An act supplementary to the act concerning invalids,

171 XC, An act for the reimbursement of a

loan authorized. by an act of the last
Sefion of Congress,

172 XCI. An act authorizing the erection of a

light-house near the entrance of George-Town harbcur, in the state of South-Carolina,

174 XCII. An act to establish the office of purveyor of public supplies,

175 XCIII. An act to continue in force, the act, .

for ascertaining the fees in admiral-
ty proceedings in the district courts
of the United States, and for other
purposes,

176 XCIV. An act enabling George Gibbs to ob- ...

tain a drawback of duties on certain

exported wines,
XCV. An act to amend the act, intitled,

an act to establish the post-office and

post-roads withinthe United States," 177 CVI. An act supplementary to the act, in

titled, an act to provide more efa
fectually for the collection of the dua
ties on goods, wares and merchan-
dize imported into the United States,
and on the tonnage of ships or vessels," 179

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XCVII. An act authorizing the payment of four

thousand dollars for the use of the

daughters of the late Count de Grasse, 186 XCVIII. An act to provide some present relief to

the officers of government, and other
citizens, who have suffered in their pro-
perty by the insurgents in the western
counties of Pennsylvania, i

186 · XCIX. An act for the relief of Angus - MLean,

1
C. An act for allowing an additional com-

pensation to the judges of the districts of
Rhode Isand and Delaware,

187 CI. An act to provide for calling forth the

militia to execute the laws of the Union,
fuppress insurrections, and repel inva-
frons ; and to repeal the act now in .
force for those purposes,

188 CII. An act to continue in force, for a limi

ted time, the acts therein-mentioned, 192 CIII. An act for the relief of Robert Barton, and others,

192 CIV. An act for the relief of William Seymour,

193 An act relative to ceffions of jurisdic-' tion in places where light-houses, beacons, buoys and public piers have been,

or may hereafter be erected and fixed, 193 CVI. An act relative to the pasing of coaf

ting-velsels between Long-Iland and
Rhode-iland,

194
CVII. An act for the relief of Spencer Man
and Frantz Jacob Foltz,

195 CVIII. An act to alter and amend the act, ins

titled, an act laying certain duties
upon snuff and refined sugar,"

195

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CIX. An act for continuing and regulating

the military establishment of the United
States, and for repealing sundry acts

heretofore passed on that subject, 204 CX. An act making further provision for

the support of public credit, and for the .

| redemption of the public debt,, 204 CXI. An act making further appropriations

for the military and naval establish-
ments, and for the support of govern-
ment,

218 CXII. An act supplementary to the act, inti

tled, an act establishing a mint, and
regulating the coins of the United

States,"
CXIII, An act for the more effectual recovery
of debts due from individuals to the Uni-

225 CXIV. An act to authorize a grant of lands

to the French inhabitants of Galliopolis,
and for other purposes therein men-
tioned,

228 CXV, An act for the more general promulga

tion of the laws of the United States, 230 CXVI, An act making provision for the purposes of trade with the Indians,

232 CXVII. An act to regulate the compensation of

clerks,
ÇXVIII. An act authorizing the exportation of

arms, cannon, and military stores in
certain cases,

CXIV ted Statetue from ina

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