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lifbments for the year one thousand le.
ven bundred and ninety fix, : LII. An act providing relief to the owners
of stills within the United States, for
a limited time, in certain cases, .
intitled, “ an act to alter and anend
late major.general Nathaniel Greene,
Acts passed at the Second Session of the Fourth
. Congress. CHAPTER ,
" an act for the more general promul.
United States, within the state of Ten.
of the Attorney-general of the United
379 LVIII. An'act granting a certain fum of
money to the widow and children of
John de Neufville, deceased, 380
ted time, the act, in addition to the act,
'PAGE :: LX. An act making provision for the fur.
ther accommodation of the housebold of
the President of the United States, 389 LXI. An ait, in addition to an ałt, inti.
tuled, “ an act concerning the regis
383 - LXII. An ac making aboropriations for the
Support of government, for the year one
... 384 LXIII. An act relativc to the compensations
and duties of certain oficers employed
in the collection of impost and tonnage, 392 LXIV. An act for raising a further sum of
money, by additional duties on certain :
concerning the duties on fpirits distil. : led within the United States, pased
the eighth of May, one thousand seven bundred and ninety two ; and impo- .; sing certain 'duties on the capacity of
stills of a particular defcription, 399 LXVI. An act authorizing the President of
the United States to apply a further
ibe Dey and Regency of Algiers, . 402 LXVII. An act to provide for mitigating or .
(remitting the forfeitures, penalties and
: ; ' 403
PAGE LXVIII. An act to authorize the receipt of
evidencies of the public debt, in pay
ment for tbe lands of the United States, 405 LXIX. An act to alter the time for the next meeting of Congress,
407 LXX. An act to amend and repeal, in part,
the act, intituled, “ an act to ascertain
407 LXXI. An act making appropriations for the .
military and naval establishments, for
409 LXXII. An act to fufpend, in part, the act,
intituled, “ an act to alter and amend
cases arising under the said act,. 412 LXXIII. An act in addition to the act, intituled,
“ an act to establish the post-office and
poft-roads within the United States," 414 LXXIV. An act to provide more effettually for
the settlement of accounts between the
421 EXXV. An act to authorize the adjustment
and payment at the Treasury, of the
Robertson, for their ransom from capti-
424 LXXVI. An act for the remission of the duties
of tonnage on the vessels of James
O'Brien and James Aylneard, 425 LYXVII. Ari act autborizing an expenditure,
and making an appropriation for the
tizens of the United States, for pro-
426 LXXVIII. An act providing for certain buoys, to
be placed in and near the barbour of
428 LXXIX. An act extending the time for receiv.
ing on loan the domestic debt of the
429 LXXX. An aốt to revive and continue the act,
pafled the thirtieth of May, one thou.. sand seven bundred and ninety-fir, in. Lituled, - an act to regulate the compensation of clerks,”
430 LXXXI. An act concerning the circuit-courts of the United States, :;
431 LXXXII. An act for the relief of John Brown, 434 Rcfolve, requesting the President to call on certain : - States, respecting the amendment of the constitution,
:. 436 Resolve, directing the distribution of the laws of ".
the United States,
DEPARTMENT OF STATE; TO WIT:
I hereby certify, That this Edition of the Laws of the United States of America, consisting of three volumes, printed by Richard Folwell, has been published pursuant to the “ A&t for the more general promulgation of the Laws of the United States," and to the 5 Axt to amend the act, intituled, an act for the more general promulgation of the Laws of the United States ;” and that the acts of the first, fécond, third and fourth Congress, contained in this Edition, together with the treaties made by the United States with other nations, have been collated with, and found conformable to the original Rolls deposited in this office ;-—excepting the following
Given under my hand, at Philadelphiae.
the 29th March, 1797: : TIMOTHY PICKERING,
Secretary of State.