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An ACT to allow the baron de Glaubeck the pay of a cap
tain in the army of the united states.
Frederick William de Steuben.
in the service of the united states, and of certain other
persons. An ACT for granting lands to the inhabitants and settlers
at Vincennes and the Illinois country, in the territory north-west of the Ohio, and for confirming them in their possessions.
united states and the state of Pennsylvania. 33 An ACT for the relief of certain widows, orphans, invalids,
and other persons. 54 An ACT to compensate the corporation of trustees of the
public grammar-school and academy of Wilmington in the state of Delaware, for the occupation of, and damages
done to the said school, during the late war. 66 An ACT to indemnify the estate of the late major-general
Nathaniel Green, for a certain bond entered into by him
during the late war. 127 An ACT to compensate the services of the late colonel
George Gibson. 127 An ACT concerning the claim of John Brown Cutting
against the united states. 199 An ACT to provide for the allowance of interest on the sum
ordered to be paid by the resolve of congress, of the twenty-eighth of September, one thousand seven hundred and
eighty-five, as an indemnity to the persons therein named. 199 An ACT to repeal part of a resolution of congress of the
twenty-ninth of August one thousand seven hundred and eighty eight, respecting the inhabitants of Post Saint
Vincents. 907 An ACT to authorize the comptroller of the treasury to set
tle the accounts of Thomas Wishart, late a lieutenant in the army of the united states,
Henderson against the united states.
of Saint Domingo, resident within the united states, as
may be found in want of support. 7 An ACT for the relief of Thomas Jenkins and sons. 9 An ACT for the remission of the duties arising on the ton.
nage of sundry French vessels which have taken refuge in
the ports of the united states. 28 An ACT allowing to major-general La Fayette his pay
and emoluments while in the service of the united states. 30 An ACT for the relief of Stephen Paranque. 32 An ACT for the relief of Leffert Lefferts and others. 33 An ACT to authorize Ephraim Kimberly to locate the land
warrant issued to him for services in the late American
army. 36 An ACT allowing lieutenant-colonel Tousard an equivalent
for his pension for life. 62 "An ACT for the remission of the duties on eleven hogs.
heads of coffee which have been destroyed by fire. 64
An ACT providing for the payment of certain expenses in
curred by Fulwar Skipwith, on public account. 65 An ACT for the relief of Reuben Smith and Nathan Strong. 71 An ACT to compensate Arthur St. Clair. 71 An ACT to authorize the settlement of the account of Lewis
Dubois for his services in the late army of the united states. 74 An ACT to extend the term of credit for teas imported in
the ship Argonaut ; and to permit the export of goods
saved out of the wreck of the snow Freelove. 74 An ACT for the relief of John Robbe. 107 An ACT for the remission of the duties on certain distilled
spirits destroyed by fire.
dren of Robert Forsyth.
An ACT to authorize the officers of the treasury to audit and
pass the account of the late Edward Blanchard, deceased. 141 An ACT for the relief of Peter Covenhoven. 154 An ACT for the remission of the tonnage duties on certain
the cargo of the ship Enterprize.
duties on certain exported wines. 186 An ACT authorizing the payment of four thousand dollars
for the use of the daughters of the late count de Grasse. 186 An ACT to provide some present relief to the officers of go
vernment, and other citizens, who have suffered in their property by the insurgents in the western counties of
Pennsylvania. 187 An ACT for the relief of Angus M'Lean. 192 An ACT for the relief of Robert Barton and others. 193 An ACT for the relief of William Seymour. 195 An ACT for the relief of Spencer Man and Frantz Jacob
Foltz. 228 An ACT to authorize a grant of lands to the French inhas
bitants of Galliopolis, and for other purposes therein men
tioned. 244 An ACT for the relief of Benjamin Strother. 248 An ACT for the relief of Israel Loring. 232 An ACT for the relief of Joze Roiz Silva, 262 An ACT authorizing and directing the secretary at war, to
place certain persons therein named, on the pension list. 285 An ACT to continue in force, for a limited time, an act, en
titled, “An act declaring the consent of congress to an act of the state of Maryland, passed the twenty-eighth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ainety-three,
for ile appointment of a health-officer.” 289 An ACT declaring the consent of congress to a certain act
of the state of Maryland, and to continue an act declaring the assent of congress to certain acts of the states of Maryland, Georgia and Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, so far as the same respects the states of Georgia,
and Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. 291 An ACT to authorize Ebenezer Zane to locate certain lands
in the territory of the united states, north-west of the river
Ohio. 351 An ACT for the relief of Silvanus Bourne.. 372 An ACT to indemnify the estate of the late major-general
Nathaniel Greene, for a certain bond catered into by him,
during the late war. 380 An ACT granting a certain sum of money to the widow and
children of John de Neufville, deceased. 424 An ACT to authorize the adjustment and payment at the
treasury, of the expenses of George Smith and John Ro
bertson, for their ransom from captivity at Algiers. 425 An ACT for the remission of the duties of tonnage on the
vessels of James O'Brien and James Aylward. 434 An ACT for the relief or John Brown.
to the daughters of the late count de Grasse.
michael, deceased. 54 An ACT for the relief of North and Vesey, of Charleston,
South-Carolina. 55 An ACT for allowing a compensation to the door-keeper of
the Senate, and his assistant, for their services during the
late session of congress. 56 An ACT for the relief of John Frank. 61 An ACT providing for the payment of the interest on a cer
tificate due to general Kosciusko. 63 An ACT directing the secretary of war to place certain per
sons on the pension list. 65 An ACT for the relief of William Alexander. 78 An ACT for the relief of Sylvanus Crowell. 83 An ACT declaring the consent of congress to an act of the
state of Maryland, passed the twenty-eighth of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, for the ap
pointment of a health-officer. 86 An ACT for the relief of the refugees from the British pro
vinces of Canada and Nova-Scotia. 97
An ACT making an appropriation for the payment of a bal
ance found due to the legal representatives of William
An ACT directing the payment of a detachment of militia,
for services performed in the year one thcusand seven
hundred and ninety-four, under major James Ore.
An ACT to authorize a grant of lands to Stephen Monot,
and others, inhabitants of Galliopolis, therein named. 237 An ACT authorizing the grant and conveyance of a certain
lot of ground to Elie Williams. 252 An ACT for the relief of Thomas Lewis. 252 An ACT for the relief of Jonathan Haskill. 253 An ACT to authorize the reimbursement of monies expend
ed in rendering aid to sick and destitute American sea
men, in foreign countries. 253 An ACT for the relief of Gazzam, Taylor and Jones, and
of Samuel Watt, of the city of Philadelphia. 265 An ACT allowing James Mathers compensation for services
done for the united states, and expenses incurred in ren
dering said services, as serjeant-at-arms to the senate. 496 An ACT for the relief of Comfort Sands, and others.
Henry Harrison, the delegate from the territory of the
sion for his compensation.
An ACT for the relief of Campbell Smith.
packages to Martha Washington. 83 An ACT to discharge Robert Sturgeon from his imprison
ment. $7 An ACT for the relief of the corporation of Rhode Island
college. 144 An ACT to authorize the allowance of a credit to William
Tazewell. 170 An ACT for the relief of Ithamar Canfield. 197 An ACT directing the payment of a detachment of the mic
litia under the command of major Thomas Johnson, in
the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. 207 An ACT to make further provision for the children of co
lonel John Harding, and major Alexander Trueman, de
ceased. 227 An ACT extending the privilege of franking letters to the
delegate from the territory of the united states, north west of the river Ohio ; and making provision for his com
An ACT for the relief of Solomon Boston. 257
An ACT regulating the grants of land appropriated for the
refugees from the British provinces of Canada and Nova
Scotia. 263 An ACT to discharge Samuel Lewis, senior, from his im.
prisonment. 263 An ACT freeing from postage all letters and packets to John
Adams. 263 An ACT for the relief of Nathaniel Holmes. 265 An ACT declaring the consent of congress to an act of the
state of Maryland, passed the twenty-eighth day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, for
the appointment of a health officer. 267 An ACT for the relief of Arnold Henry Dorhman, or his
legal representatives. 293 An ACT authorizing the remission of duties on certain teas
destroyed by fire, while under the care of the officers of
the customs, in Providence, Rrede-Island. 211
A RESOLUTION in honor of captain Thomas Truxton
and James Jarvis.