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house at Baldhead, there shall be appropriated

a sum not exceeding four thousand dollars. Specific ap

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And be it further enacted, That for

3. ens for mil- discharging certain miscellaneous claims upon cellaneous the United States, there shall be appropriated claims, &c.

a sum of money not exceeding eight thousand and four dollars, and thirteen cents; that is to fay: For making good, to the Bank of the United States, loss and insurance on shipments of money for, and on account of the United States, and for loss on silver and gold, received from the Collectors at Wilmington and Edenton, one thousand four hundred and twelve dollars, and ninety-three cents : For paying Joseph Stretch, fole administrator of Joseph Wright, deceased, for modelling a likeness, and cutting two dies, in conformity to a resolution of Congress, of the twenty-fourth of September, one thousand feven hundred and seventy-nine, two hundred and thirtythree dollars, and thirty-three cents : For the payment of a balance due to Arthur St. Clair, pursuant to an act of Congress, of the thirty-first of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, one thousand and fiftyfeven dollars, and eighty-seven cents : For an allowance to the widow and orphan-children of Robert Forsyth, late marshal of the district of Georgia, pursuant to an act of June the seventh, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, two thousand dollars : For defraying the expense of publishing lists of invalid pensioners, in compliance with the resolution of Congress, of the ninth of June, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, eight hundred dollars : For defraying the expense of sundry expresses to and from the collectors of the revenue, in relation to the embargo, five hun

drd dollars: For the discharge of such mitcellaneous demands against the United States, other than those on account of the civil department, not otherwise provided for, and which shall have been ascertained and admitted in due course of settlement at the Treasury, and which are of a nature, according to the usage thereof, to require payment in fpecie, two thousand dollars. : Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the out of what

fund pay. several appropriations, herein before made, abe. shall be paid and discharged out of the fund of six hundred thousand dollars, reserved by the act making provision for the debt of the United States.

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 LXXIV.

An A&t to regulate the Pay of the non-commission

ed Officers, Musicians and Privates of the Militia of the United States, when called into actual Service, and for other Purposes.

E it enacted by the Senate and House

of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That from and after the palling of this act, the-al

Sec. I.

oned officers, &c.

Monthly lowance of bounty, clothing and pay to the commili" non-commissioned officers, musicians and pri

vates of the infantry, artillery and cavalry of the militia of the United States, when called into actual service, shall be at the rate per month, as follows: Each serjeant-major and quartermaster-serjeant, nine dollars ; each drum and fife-major, eight dollars, and thirtythree cents; each serjeant, eight dollars ; each corporal, drummer, fifer and trumpeter, seven dollars, and thirty-three cents ; each färrier, saddler and artificer (included as a private) eight dollars ; each gunner, bombardier and private, fix dollars, and fixty-fix cents.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That in Certain al. addition to the monthly pay, there shall be lowance to allowed to each officer, non-commissioned ofthe cavalry. ficer, musician and private of the cavalry, for

use of his horse, arms and accoutrements, and for the risk thereof, except of horses kila ! led in action, forty cents per day; and to each non-commissioned officer, musician and private, twenty-five cents per day, in lieu of rations and forage, when they shall provide the

fame. Pay when

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That whenever the militia shall be called into the actual service of the United States, their pay hall be deemed to commence from the day of their appearing at the places of battalion, regintental or brigade rendezvous; allowing to each

non-commissioned officer, musician and priAllowance vate soldier, a day's pay and rations, for eve

ry fifteen miles from his home to such place ling

of rendezvous, and the same allowance for travelling home from the place of discharge.

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addition to the pay heretoforè authorized by
law, there thall be allowed and paid to the
non-commissioned officers, musicians and pri- Additionat
vates of the militia lately called forth into the pay to the
actual service of the United States, on an ex- led forth in
pédition to Fort-Pitt, fuch fums as fhall, with the expedie
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 itate shall be entitled to receive from
the Treasury of the United States, such fums
as they shall have paid, or allowed to the nona States to be
commiffioned officers, musicians and privates, a certain
over and above the pay heretofore allowed by fum.
law, and not exceeding the additional allow-
ance granted by this act.

. And be it further enacted, That for
the completing and better supporting the mi-
litary establishment of the United States, as
provided by the act, intitled, “ An ac making
further and more effectual provision for the
protection of the frontiers of the United
States," there shall be allowed and paid, from Additional
and 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, dur-
ing the terms of their respective inlistments;
and to each foldier now in the fervice of the
United States, or discharged therefrom, sub-
fequent to the third day of March last, who
fhâll re-inlift after the firit day of January
next, an additional bounty of eight dollars,

Sec 5.

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Additional making the entire bounty fixteen doliats; bounty on and to each person not now in the army of

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 deferbounty to red, until the soldier 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 ployed in western frontiers, there shall be allowed, durthe military ing the time of their being so employed, two 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

tions, and half a pint of salt, in addition te 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.

CHAPTER LXXV,

An A&t authorizing the Transfer of the Stock

standing to the Credit of certain States.

E it enacted by the Senate and House of Re

presentatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That at any time

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