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An act to extend the privilege of obtaining patents

for useful discoveries and inventions, to certain
persons therein mentioned, and to enlarge and
define the penalties for violating the rights of

patentees.
An act to fix the compensation of the pay-master-

general, and assistant to the adjutant-general. go

An act to continue in force the act, intituled, “ An

act to authorize the defence of the merchant

vefsels of the United States against French de.

predations."

91

An act to continue in force, for a limited time, an

act, intituled, “An act to prescribe the mode
of taking evidence in cases of contested elec-
tions for members of the House of Representa-

tives of the United States, and to compel the

attendance of witnesses.”

92

An act fixing the rank and pay of the commanding

officer of the corps of marines.

An act supplementary to the act to regulate trade

and intercourse with the Indian tribes, and to

preserve peace on the frontiers.

94

An act to establish a general stamp office.

An act to alter and to establish sundry post roads. 101

An act for the better government of the navy of the

United States.

An act respecting the mint.

127

An act to continue in force the act, in addition to

the act for the punishment of certain crimes

against the United States.

s. 128

An act to repeal the act laying duties on mills and

implements employed in the manufacture of

snuff.

129

An act to make further provision for the removal

and accommodation of the government of the

United States.

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An act to authorize the President of the United

States, to accept for the United States, a cel-

fion of jurisdi&tion of the territory west of

Pennsylvania, commonly called the western

reserve of Connecticut.

An act to provide for re-building the light-house at

New London; for the support of a light-house

at Clark's Point; for the erection and support

of a light-house at Wigwam Point; and for

other purposes.

136

An act supplementary to the laws now in force fix-

ing the compensations of the officers of the Se-

nate and House of Representatives.

138

An act to divide the territory of the United States

north-west of the Ohio, into two separate go-

vernments.

139

An act to enable the President of the United States

to borrow money for the public service. I 42

An act to continue in force an act laying an addi.

tional duty on salė imported into the United

States, and for other purposes.

An act to authorize the allowance of a credit to

William Tazewell.

ibid.

Anact to authorize the sale and conveyance of lands

in certain cafes, by the marshals of the United

States, and to confirm former sales.

145

An act for the regulation of public-arsenals and ma.

gazines.

Anačt making appropriations for the support of go.

vernment, for the year one thousand eight

hundred.

148

An act making appropriations for the military esta-

blishment of the United States, in the year one

thousand eight hundred.

159

An act to establish the district of Kennebunk, and

to annex Lyme to New-London; to alter the

district of Bermuda Hundred and City Point,

170

171

PAGE and therein to amend the act, intituled, “ An act to regulate the collection of duties on imports and tonnage.

161 An ačt supplemental to the act, intituled, “ An act

for an amicable settlement of limits with the
state of Georgia, and authorizing the esta-
blishment of a government in the Missisippi
territory.”

164 An act in addition to the act, intituled, “ An act

to prohibit the carrying on the slave trade
from the United States to any foreign place
or country.

- 167 An act for the relief of Ithamar Canfield. An act to provide for equalizing the valuations of

unseated lands.
An act supplementary to an act, entitled, “ An

act to establih the compensation of the offi-
cers employed in the collection of the duties
on impoít and tonnage.

172 An act to amend the act, entitled, “ An act provi

ding for the sale of the lands of the United
States in the territory north-west of the Ohio,

and above the mouth of Kentucky river.” 174 An act to ascertain the compensation of public ministers.

187 An act to make appropriations for the navy of the

United States during the year one thousand
eight hundred.

188 An act supplementary to the act, intituled, “ An

act to establish the Treasury Department.” 190 An act to authorize the issuing of certain patents. 191 An act to enlarge the powers of the surveyors of the revenue.

192 An act to amend an act, intituled, “ An act to esta

blish the judicial courts of the United States. 195 An act to appropriate a certain sum of money to

defray the expense of holding a treaty or
treaties with the Indians.

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196 PAGE An act directing the payment of a detachment of

the militia under the command of major Tho.
mas Johnson, in the year one thousand seven
hundred and ninety-four.

197 An act to retain a farther sum on drawbacks for

the expenses incident to the allowance and
payment thereof, and in lieu of stamp duties
on debentures.

198 An act to authorize certain expenditures, and to

make certain appropriations for the year one
thousand eight hundred.

199 An act to lay additional duties on certain articles imported.

201 Anait appointing the time, and directing the place . of the next meeting of Congress.

204 An act to make provision relative to rations for

Indians, and to their visits to the seat of go.
vernment.

ibid. An act supplementary to the act to suspend part of

an act, intituled “ An act to augment the army ,

of the United States, and for other purposes." 205 An act to make further provision for the children

of colonel John Harding, and major Alexan-
der Trueman, deceased.

207 An act supplementary to the act establishing the mint, and regulating the coins of the United

ibid.

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States,

RESOLUTION making an annual grant of one

hundred dollars to each of the children of
the late colonel John Harding and major
Alexander Trueman.

208 RESOLUTION recommending to the people of the

United States to assemble, and publicly to
testify their grief for the death of general
George Washington.

209

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