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Pensioners and pension ; Samuel Andrus, a corporal, half a pension; William Bailey, a their rates.

private, one fourth of a pension; Robert Bailey, a private, one fourth
of a pension ; Job Bartram, a captain, half a pension; Francis Baxter,
a private, three fourths of a pension; Enos Blakesly, a private, a full
pension; David Blackman, a private, two thirds of a pension; Elijah
Boardman, a sergeant, three fourths of a pension; Jonathan Bowers, a
corporal, half a pension; Aner Bradley, a sergeant, half a pension;
Jedediah Brown, a sergeant, one fourth of a pension; Isaac Buel, a
private, one third of a pension; Oliver Burnham, a sergeant, one
fourth of a pension; William Burritt, a private, one fourth of a pen-
sion ; John Chappell, a private, one third of a pension; Elisha Clark,
a private, one fourth of a pension ; Jonah Cook, a private, half a pen-
sion; Henry Cone, a private, one fourth of a pension; Simon Crosby, a
private, half a pension; Prince Dennison, a private, half a pension;
İsrael Dibble, a private, one third of a pension; Gershom Dorman, a
private, one third of a pension; Joseph Dunbar, a corporal, three fourths
of a pension; Henry Filmore, a private, half a pension ; Samuel French,
a private, half a pension; Burr Gilbert, a corporal, two thirds of a pen-
sion; David Hall, junior, a sergeant, half a pension; Nathan Hawley, a
corporal, one third of a pension; Daniel Hewitt, a sergeant, one third
of a pension; Isaac Higgins, a private, half a pension; Thurston Hil-
liard, a private, one third of a pension; Thomas Hobby, a major, half a
pension; John Horseford, a private, one eighth of a pension; Benjamin
Howd, a private, three fourths of a pension ; Elijah Hoyt, a private, half
a pension; David Hubbel, a private, half a pension; Enock Jacobs, a
private, three fourths of a pension; Robert Jeroin, a fifer, one fourth of
a pension; Aaron Kelsey, a lieutenant, one fourth of a pension ; Lee
Lay, a captain, one sixth of a pension; John Ledyard, a private, three
fourths of a pension; William Leeds, a lieutenant, half a pension ; Na-
both Lewis, a private, two thirds of a pension; Nathaniel Lewis, a pri-
vate, one fourth of a pension; George Lord, a private, half a pension;
Samuel Loomis, a corporal, one fourth of a pension; Jeremiah Mark-
ham, a sergeant, half a pension ; Allyn Marsh, a corporal, half a pension;
Josiah Merryman, a corporal, two thirds of a pension ; Stephen Minor,
a quarter gunner, half a pension ; Justus Munn, a private, half a pen-
siou ; Elnathan Norton, a private, three fourths of a pension; Joseph
Otis, a private, half a pension ; Thomas Parmelee, a sergeant, one eighth
of a pension; Chandler Pardie, a private, seven eighths of a pension;
Frederick Platt, a private, one third of a pension; Daniel Preston, a
private, one third of a pension; David Ranney, a private, three fourths
of a pension; Solomon Reynolds, a private, two thirds of a pension;
Isaac Richards, a private, one third of a pension; Samuel Rossetter, a
private, half a pension; Elijah Royce, a private, three fourths of a pen-
sion; Elihu Sabin, a private, half a pension; Samuel Sawyer, a private,
half a pension ; Nathaniel Scribner, a captain, one fourth of a pension ;
Thomas Shepherd, a private, one fourth of a pension; Amos Skeel, a
private, one third of a pension; Heber Smith, a sergeant, half a pen-
sion; Aaron Smith, a private, one fourth of a pension; Edmund Smith,
a private, half a pension; Josiah Spalding, a lieutenant, half a pension;
Samuel Stillman, a private, half a pension; Benjamin Sturges, a pri-
vate, one sixth of a pension; Enock Turner, junior, a private, two thirds
of a pension; Richard Watrous, a private, three fourths of a pension ;
Stephen Wells, a lieutenant, half a pension; Jonathan Whaley, a pri-
vate, one fourth of a pension; Ezra Willcox, a private, one fourth of a
pension; Azel Woodworth, a private, three fourths of a pension.

Of the district of Vermont : Elijah Barnes, a private, one fourth of a pension; Elijah Bennett, a private, half a pension ; Gideon Brownson, a major, a full pension ; Thomas Brush, a private, one fourth of a pension ; David Brydia, a private, half a pension; Nathan Burr, a private, half a

pension; James Campbell, a private, half a pension; Oliver Darling, a Pensioners and private, five eighths of a pension ; Samuel Eyres, a private, one fourth their rates. of a pension; Asa Gould, a private, half a pension; Benjamin Gould, a private, half a pension ; Amasa Grover, a private, one third of a pension ; William Hazeltine, a private, half a pension; Jonathan Haynes, a private, two thirds of a pension ; Zimri Hill, a private, half a pension; William Hunt, a private, half a pension; Elijah Knight, a private, one fourth of a pension; Ebenezer M'Ilvain, a private, half a pension; William Martin, a private, two thirds of a pension; Pliny Pomeroy, a private, four fifths of a pension; Moses Saunderson, a private, two thirds of a pension; John Stark, a captain, one fourth of a pension; Thomas Torrance, a private, half a pension; Benjamin Tower, a private, two thirds of a pension; William Waterman, a private, one third of a pension; John Wilson, a sergeant, one third of a pension.

of the district of New York: Thomas Baldwin, a sergeant, half a pension; Abraham Blauvelt, a private, a full pension; Thomas Brooks, a private, three fourths of a pension; Duncan Campbell, a lieutenant, half a pension; William Champenois, a private, three fourths of a pension; Russell Chappell, a private, half a pension; Jeremiah Everett, a private, half a pension ; Samuel Miller, a private, a full pension; Jared Palmer, a sergeant, half a pension ; Stephen Powell, a private, one sixteenth of a pension ; John Rogers, a private, half a pension; William Smith Scudder, a private, half a pension ; James Slater, a private, half a pension ; John Utters, a private, three fourths of a pension; John Vaughan, a sergeant, one fourth of a pension; Asa Virgil, a private, one fourth of a pension.

Of the district of New Jersey: William Crane, a lieutenant, a full pension; William Oliver, a lieutenant, two thirds of a pension; Joel Phelps, a private, half a pension ; Samuel Taylor, a corporal, two thirds of a pension.

of the district of Pennsylvania: John Cardiffe, a private, a full pension; Josiah Conckling, a private, half a pension; William Dewitt, a private, half a pension; Thomas Eagan, a matross, half a pension; Jacob Fox, a private, one third of a pension; Alexander Garrett, a private, three fourths of a pension; Samuel Gilman (alias Gilmore,) a private, half a pension; Adam Godenberger, a private, one fourth of a pension; John Haley, a corporal, three fourths of a pension; David Hickey, a private, a full pension ; Lawrence Hipple, a private, half a pension; Nathaniel Hubble, a major, two thirds of a pension ; Philip Lauer, a sergeant, one fourth of a pension ; Charles M-Cormick, a private, a full pension ; William M'Hatton, a lieutenant, a full pension; Michael Orner, a private, one fourth of a pension; Griffith Rees, a private, half a pension; Thomas Richart, a private, a full pension; Edward Wade, a private, half a pension; Thaddeus Williams, a private, one fourth of a pension ; John Wright, a sergeant, half a pension.

Of the district of Delaware: Donald M.Donald, a corporal, a full pension.

Of the district of Maryland: John Bean, a private, half a pension; William Ormond, a private, three fourths of a pension.

Of the district of Virginia : John Bell, a lieutenant, three fourths of a pension; David Welch, a private, a full pension.

of the district of Kentucky: James Speed, a lieutenant, a full pension.

Of the district of North Carolina: John Benton, a private, a full pension ; George Bledsoe, a private, a full pension; Thomas Chiles, a captain, two thirds of a pension; James Christian, a private, half a pension; Robert Harris, a private, a full pension; John Knowles, a private, two thirds of a pension; James Smith, a private, a full pension. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the pensions allowed by this Vol. 1.-58

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These pen- act, shall be estimated in manner following ; that is to say: A full pensions how to be sion to a commissioned officer shall be considered, the one half of his estimated.

monthly pay, as by law established; and the proportions less than a full pension shall be the like proportions of half pay: And a full pension to a non-commissioned officer or private soldier, shall be five dollars per month; and the proportions less than a full pension, shall be the like

proportions of five dollars per month : Provided, That every commisReturn of com. sioned officer who shall, by virtue of this act, be placed on the pension mutation.

list, as entitled to a sum less than a full pension, shall receive such pension, only upon compliance with the same rule respecting a return of

the commutation, which he may have received, as is provided for, in the 1791, ch. 2.

case of captain David Cook, by an act of Congress, passed December the sixteenth, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the pensioners aforesaid shall sions how to be be paid in the same manner as invalid pensioners are paid, who have paid.

heretofore been placed on the list of pensioners of the United States, under such restrictions and regulations, in all respects, as are prescribed by the laws of the United States, in such cases provided.

APPROVED, April 20, 1796. STATUTE I. April 28, 1796. CHAP. XVI.–An Act in addition to an act intiluled "An act making further

provision for the support of Public Credit, and for the redemption of the Public (Obsolete.]

Debt." Commissioners Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the sinking of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That it shall fund to pay the funded stock be lawful for the commissioners of the sinking fund, and they are hereby bearing an in- required, to cause the funded stock of the United States bearing a present terest of six, per interest of six per centum per annum, to be reimbursed and paid, in man

ner following, to wit: First, by dividends to be made on the last days of Ante, p. 433. March, June and September for the present year, and from the year one

thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, to the year one thousand eight hundred and eighteen inclusive, at the rate of one and one half per centum upon the original capital. Secondly, by dividends to be made on the last day of December for the present year, and from the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, to the year one thousand eight hundred and seventeen inclusive, at the rate of three and one half centum upon the original capital; and by a dividend to be made on the last day of December, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighteen, of such a sum, as will be then adequate, according to the con

tract, for the final redemption of the said stock. The funded Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for the said debt, the inter. commissioners of the sinking fund, and they are hereby required, to cause est of which is deferred, also the funded debt of the United States, upon which an interest of six per by dividends; centum per annum will commence on the first day of January, in the year

one thousand eight hundred and one, to be reimbursed and paid, in manner following, to wit: First, by dividends to be made on the last days of March, June and September, from the year one thousand eight hundred and one, to the year one thousand eight hundred and twentyfour, inclusively, at the rate of one and one half per centum upon the original capital: Secondly, by dividends to be made on the last day of December, from the year one thousand eight hundred and one, to the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, inclusively, at the rate of three and one half per centum upon the original capital : and by a dividend to be made on the last day of December, in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, of such a sum, as will be then adequate, according to the contract, for the final redemption of the said stock.

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said commissioners of the sinking fund, and they are hereby required, to And certain cause to be reimbursed and paid in manner before prescribed, such sum sums of balan. and sums, as, according to the right for that purpose reserved, may right- debt or stock,

ces of funded fully be paid for and towards the reimbursement or redemption of all standing to the such balances of the funded debt or stock of the United States, bearing credit of certain a present interest of six per centum per annum, or which will bear a like blates, in interest, from and after the first day of January, in the year one thousand eight hundred and one, as stand to the credit of certain states, in Ante, p. 371. consequence of an act passed on the thirty-first day of May, in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four; and with the consent of the said states, such additional sums, as will render the reimbursement of the said balances equal to that made upon the residue of the said stock, at the commencement of the present year.

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That, in addition to the sums Appropriation already appropriated to the sinking fund, by the act, intituled “An act for the payment

of said balances making further provision for the support of public credit, and for the

standing to the redemption of the public debt," there shall be, and is hereby, in like credit of certain manner, appropriated to the said fund, such a sum of the duties on goods, wares and merchandise imported on the tonnage of ships and vessels,

1795, ch. 45. and on spirits distilled in the United States and on stills, as, with the monies, which now constitute the sinking fund, and shall accrue to it, in virtue of the provisions already made by law, and the interest upon the sums which shall be annually reimbursed, will be sufficient, yearly and every year, to reimburse and pay the said balances standing to the credit of certain states, in the manner herein before prescribed and directed.

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That it shall be lawful for the The commis. commissioners of the sinking fund, to appoint a secretary, whose duty sioners may apit shall be, to record and preserve their proceedings and documents, and point a to certify copies thereof, when thereunto duly required; and the said secretary shall be allowed a compensation not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars, annually, for his services.

sation. ArPROVED, April 28, 1796.

STATUTE I. Chap.XVII.-An Act making an Appropriation towards defraying the Expenses May 6, 1796. which may arise in carrying into effect the Treaty of Amily, Commerce and Navigalion, made between the United States and the King of Great Britain.

[Obsolete.) Be it enacted by the Senate and Ilouse of Representatives of the Appropriation United States of America in Congress assembled, That towards defray- ing the expen: ing the expenses which may arise in carrying into effect the treaty of

ses of carrying amity, commerce and navigation, made between the United States and the treaty of the king of Great Britain, there be appropriated a sum not exceeding amity, com; eighty thousand eight hundred and eight dollars, to be paid out of the tween the Uni. duties on impost and tonnage, to the end of the present year, not already ted States and appropriated; Provided, that the compensations to be allowed to any into effects of the commissioners appointed, or to be appointed, in pursuance of any article of the said treaty, shall not exceed, to those who shall serve in Great Britain, the rate of six thousand six hundred and sixty-seven Limitation of dollars and fifty cents, per annum; and to those who shall serve in the the commissionUnited States, the rate of four thousand four hundred and forty-five

ers' compensa dollars, per annum. APPROVED, May 6, 1796.

STATITE I. Chap. XVIII.—An Act making an appropriation for defraying the expenses May 6, 1796. which

may arise in carrying into effect the Treaty made between thc United States and the king of Spain.

(Obsolete.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United

Appropriation States of America in Congress assembled, That for the purpose of defray- for the expenses

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of carrying into ing the expenses which may arise in carrying into effect, the treaty made effect the treaty between the United States and the king of Spain, a sum not exceeding the United eighteen thousand six hundred and eighty-three dollars, be, and the same States and the hereby is appropriated, to be satisfied from the duties of impost and tonking of Spain.

nage, to the end of the present year, not heretofore appropriated : ProLimitation of vided, That the compensation to be allowed to any of the commissioners, the commission to be appointed in pursuance of any article of the said treaty, shall not ers' compensa- exceed the rate of three thousand five hundred dollars, per annum. tion.

APPROVED, May 6, 1796.

STATUTE I.

May 6, 1796. CHAP. XIX.--- An Act making an appropriation for defraying the expenses which

may arise in carrying into effect the Treaty made between the United States and (Obsolete.)

the Dey and Regency of Algiers. $24,000 per an Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the num appropria. United States of America in Congress assembled, That for the purpose ment of the an- of defraying the expenses of carrying into effect the treaty made between nuity to the Dey the United States and the Dey and Regency of Algiers, the monies arisand Regency of ing under the revenue laws of the United States, which have been here

tofore passed, not already appropriated to any other purpose, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to the amount of twenty-four thousand dollars per annum, be, and the same are hereby pledged and appropriated for the payment of the annuity stipulated in the said treaty, to be paid to the said Dey and Regency of Algiers, and to continue so pledged and appropriated, so long as the said treaty shall be in force.

APPROVED, May 6, 1796.

STATUTE I.

May 6, 1796. Chap. XX. An Act making appropriations for defroying the Expenses which

may arise in carrying into effect a Treaty mude between the United States and [Obsolete.]

certain Indian Tribes, northwest of the river Ohio. Appropriation Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United for defraying the States of America in Congress assembled, That for the purpose of defrayrying into effect ing the expenses which may arise in carrying into effect the treaty made a treaty made between the United States and the tribes of Indians, called the Wyanbetween the United States

dots, Delawares, Shawanoes, Ottawas, Chippewas, Putawatimes, Miamis, and certain In- Eel river, Weeá, Kickapoo, Piankashaw, and Kaskaskias, at Greeneville, dian tribes, on the third day of August, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, northwest of the river Ohio. the monies arising under the revenue laws of the United States, which

have been heretofore passed, not already appropriated to any other purpose, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and are hereby pledged and appropriated for the payment of the annuity stipulated in the said treaty, to be paid to the said Indian tribes; that is to say; to the Wyandots, one thousand dollars; to the Delawares, one thousand dollars; to the Shawanoes, one thousand dollars; to the Ottawas, one thousand dollars; to the Chippewas, one thousand dollars; to the Putawatimes, one thousand dollars; to the Miamis, one thousand dollars; to the Eel river, Weeá, Kickapoo, Piankashaw and Kaskaskias tribes, each five hundred dollars: And to continue so pledged and appropriated, so long as the said treaty shall be in force." And that a further sum of one thousand five hundred dollars, out of the monies aforesaid, be also appropriated to defray the cost of transportation, and other contingent charges which may arise from the payment of the said annuity, according to the stipulations contained in the said treaty.

APPROVED, May 6, 1796.

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