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An Act further extending the time for receiving on session of Congress each Representative shall be
loan the Domestic Debt of the United States. entitled to receive six dollars for every day he Be it enacted, fc., That the term for receiving shall attend the House of Representatives ; and on loan that part of the Domestic Debt of the shall be allowed, at the commencement and United States, which has not been subscribed, in end of each session, six dollars for every twenty pursuance of the provisions heretofore made by miles of the estimated distance, by the most usulaw for that purpose, be, and the same is hereby, al road, from his place of residence to the seat of further extended until the thirty-first day of De-Congress. And in case any Representative shall cember next, on the same terms and conditions as be detained by sickness on his journey to or from are contained in the act, entitled " An act making the session of Congress, or, after his arrival, shall provision for the debt of the United States:" Pro- | be unable to attend the House of Representatives, vided, That the books for receiving the said sub- he shall be entitled to the daily allowance afore scriptions shall be opened only at the Treasury of said. And the Speaker of the House of Reprethe United States.
sentatives shall be entitled to receive, in addition Şec. 2. And be it further enacted, That it shall to his compensation as a Representative, six dolbe lawful to reimburse so much of the principal lars for every day he shall attend the House: of the debt or stock, which may be subscribed, Provided, always, That no Representative shall pursuant to this act, as will make the reimburse- be allowed a sum exceeding the rate of six dolment thereof equal, in proportion and degree, to lars per day, from the end of one such session or that of the same stock subscribed antecedeni to meeting, to the time of his taking his seat in an
other. the present year; and the said reimbursement shall be made at the expiration of the quarter in
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That there which such debt or stock shall be subscribed, and shall be allowed to each Chaplain of Congress at pursuant to the rules and conditions prescribed the rate of five hundred dollars per annum, during by the act, entitled "An act making further
the session of Congress; to the Secretary of the
provision for the support of public credit, and for the Senate and Clerk of the House of Representaredemption of the public debt.”
tives, fifteen hundred dollars per annum cach, to Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That such commence from the time of their respective apof the creditors of the United States as have not pointments; and, also, a further allowance of two subscribed, and shall not subscribe, to the said dollars per day to each, during the session of that loan, shall, nevertheless, receive, during the year
branch for which he officiates. And the said Seone thousand seven hundred and ninety-six, a rate cretary and Clerk shall each be allowed (when per centum on the amount of such of their de- the President of the Senate or Speaker shall mands as have been registered, or shall be regis- who shall be paid three dollars per day, and two
deem it necessary) to employ one principal clerk, tered, at the Treasury, conformably to the directions in the act, entitled " An act making provis- engrossing clerks, who shall be paid two dollars ion for the debt of the United States,” equal to per day each; during the session, with the like the interest which would be payable to them as
compensations to such clerks, respectively, while subscribing creditors.
they shall be necessarily employed in the recess. Approved, February 19, 1796.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That there shall be allowed to the Sergeant-at-Arms the
sum of four dollars per day, during every session An Act allowing compensation to the members of the oi Congress, and while employed on the business
Senate and House of Representatives of the United of the House.
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the Be it enacted, 4-c., That at every session of said compensation, which shall be due to the Congress, and at every meeting of the Senate members and officers of the Senate, shall be cerin the recess of Congress, from and after the tified by the President; and that which shall be third day of March in the present year, each due to the members and officers of the House of Senator shall be entitled to receive six dollars Representatives, shall be certified by the Speaker; for every day he shall attend the Senate ; and and the same shall be passed as public accounts, shall also be allowed, at the commencement of and paid out of the public Treasury. every such session and meeting, six dollars for Approved, March 10, 1796. every twenty miles of the estimated distance, by the most usual road, from his place of residence to the seat of Congress. And in case any mem- An Act providing relief, for a limited time, in certain ber of the Senate shall be detained by sickness on
cases, of invalid registers. his journey to or from any such session or meet- Be it enacted, f-c., That the Secretary of the ing, or, after his arrival, shall be unable to attend Treasury be, and he is hereby, empowered to althe Senate, he shall be entitled to the same daily low to such vessels and their cargoes, whose reallowance : Provided, always, That no Senator gisters have already, or that may, before the close shall be allowed a sum exceeding the rate of six of the present session of Congress, become invalid, dollars per day from the end of one such session by reason of a non-compliance with the terms of or meeting to the time of his taking his seat in the fifth section of the act “ concerning the regisanother.
tering and recording of ships or vessels," the same Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That at each | privileges and benefits they would have been en
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titled to if no such invalidity had taken place: any existing law of the United States, and has Provided, It shall appear to him that such non- been denied or admitted on the pension list: And compliance did not proceed from wilful negli- provided, That all applications herein snall be gence or an intention of fraud: And provided, made within one year after the end of the prestat also, That a new register shall be obtained, in session of Congress. the manner prescribed by law, for such vessels, Approved, March 23, 1796. respectively, as may now be within the United States, within ninety days from the passing of An Act making certain provisions in regard to the this act: and for others, within the same time
Circuit Court for the District of North Carolina after their first arrival within the United States. Approved, March 10, 1796.
Whereas a sufficient quorum of judges did not
attend to hold the Circuit Court for ibe district An Act making a partial appropriation for the support of North Carolina for the purpose of doing busi
of the Military Establishment for the year one thou- ness in June term, one thousand seven hundred sand seven hundred and ninety six.
and ninety-five; and no judge attended to hold Be it enacted, fc., That the sum of five hun- the said court in November term, in the same dred thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, year, in consequence whereof certain provisions appropriated towards defraying the expenses of are now become necessary and expedient to prethe Military Establishment for the year one thou- vent a failure of justice in the said court: sand seven hundred and ninety-six.
Be it therefore enacted, Lc., That it shall and SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the may be lawful for the district judge of the State said sum shall be paid and discharged out of the of North Carolina to direct the clerk of the said funds following, to wit: First, the balance which court to issue such process for the purpose of causmay remain unexpended of the sum of six hun- ing persons to be summoned to serve as jurymen dred thousand dollars, reserved by the act - mak- at the said court, at the term to commence the ing provision for the debt of the United States," first of June next, as has been before issued by the after satisfying the appropriations made in the clerk of the said court for the like purpose, retoropresent session, for the support of Government.
able to June term, one thousand seven hundred Secondly, the surplus of revenue and income be- and ninety-five; that the pirsons ordered by the yond the appropriations heretofore charged there said process to be summoned for the said purpose upon, to the end of the year one thousand seven shall be ordered to be summoned in the same prohundred and ninety-six.
portion and from the same counties as those perApproved, March 12, 1796.
sons who were oruered to be summoped for the
like purpose by process returnable at June term, An Act for the relief of certain officers and soldiers Provided, That if it shall appear expedient to the
one thousand' seven hundred and ninety-five : who have been wounded or disabled in the actual said district judge that a different time of notice service of the United States.
shall be prescribed than that hitherto prescribed Be it enacted, fc., That every comioissioned, he may cause such other time of notice to be dinon-commissioned officer, private, or musician, rected to be given as to him shall appear most who has been wounded or disabled, while in the conducive to justice and convenieni to the persons line of his duty, in actual service, called out by so summoned ; and the marsbal is hereby directauthority of any law of the United States, while ed to execute the said process so to be issued, and he belonged to the militia; or any volunteer not the persons who shall be legally summoned to belonging to the militia, who has been wounded attend as jurymen in consequence thereof are or disabled while in the line of his duty, in actual hereby required to attend the said court, under service, as aforesaid, shall be placed on the list of the like penalties for disobedience as if the said invalids of the United States, at such rate of pay process had been ordered to be issued by the said and under such regulations, as shall be directed by court in the ordinary method of proceeding; and the President of the United States for the time the marshal and the persons who shall attend as being: Provided., The rate of compensation for jurymen in virtue of the said process so to be issued such wounds and disabilities shall never exceed, shall be entitled to the like allowance for their for the highest disabilities, half the monthly pay services, respectively. received by any commissioned officer at the time Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That all of being so wounded or disabled ; and that the suits and proceedings, of what nature or kind rate of compensation to non-commissioned offi- soever, which have been commenced in the said cers, privates, and musicians, shall never exceed court and not finished, shall be proceeded on a five dollars per month; and that all inferior disa-l the ensuing term, in the same manner and to the bilities shall entitle the person so disabled same effeci as if the said Circuit Court had beet ceive only a sum in proportion to the highest dis- regularly held for the purpose of business in Jane ability: And provided, That these provisions shall and November terms, one thousand seven bmnot be construed to extend to any person wound-dred and ninety-five, and continuances had been ed or disabled before the fourth of March, one regularly entered of all suits and proceediags in thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine, nor to either or both of the said terms, in which they were any person wounded or disabled since that time, depending, in the usual manner of proceeding, as who has made application for a pension under the case might be.
Acts of Congress. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That all several Indian nations within the limits of the writs and other process sued out of the clerk's of- United States. fice of the said Circuit Court, according to the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Preaccustomed method of bearing teste in November sident be authorized to appoint an agent for each term, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, trading house established, whose duty it shall be June term, one thousand seven hundred and nine- to receive and dispose of in trade with the Indian ty-five, or November term, one thousand seven nations aforementioned such goods as he shall be hundred and ninety-five, shall be held and deemed directed by the President of the United States to of the same validity and effect as if the respective receive and dispose of as aforesaid, according to terms of June and November, one thousand seven the rules and orders which the President shall prehundred and ninety-five, had been regularly held scribe; and every such agent shall take an oath by a judge or judges competent to do business or affirmation faithfully to execute the trust com. and continuances in respect to writs or other pro- mitted to him; and that he will not, directly or cess returpable to the iwo last mentioned terms indirectly, be concerned or interested in any trade, had been regularly entered.
coinmerce, or barter with any Indian or Indians Approved, March 31, 1796.
whatever, but on the public account; and shall
sum as the President of the United States shall An Act to continue in force “ An act to ascertain direct, truly and honestly to account for all the
the fees in Admiralty proceedings in the District money, goods, and o her property whatever, which Courts of the United States, and for other purposes.” shall come into his hands, or for which, in good
Be it enacted, fc., That the act, entitled “ An faith, he ought so to account, and to perform all act to ascertain the fees in Admiralty proceedings the duties required of him by this act; and his acin the District Courts of the United States, and counts shall be made up half-yearly, and transmitfor other purposes,” be, and is hereby, continued ted to the Secretary of the Treasury of the Unitin force for the term of two years from the
passing of this act, and from thence to the end of the
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the next session of Congress thereafter, and no longer. agents, their clerks, or other persons employed by Approved, March 31, 1796.
them, shall not be directly or indirectly, concern-
trade or commerce on their own or any other than An Act authorizing the erection of a light-house on
the public account, or take, or apply to his or their Baker's island, in the State of Massachusetts.
own use, any emolument or gain for negotiating
or transacting any business or trade during their Be it enacted, fc., That the Secretary of the agency or employment, other than is provided by Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and di- this act. And if any such person shalioffend against rected to provide, by contract, which shall be ap- any of the prohibitions aforesaid, he or they shall proved by the President of the United States, for be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, building a light-house on Baker's island, near the upon conviction' thereof, forfeit 10 ihe United entrance into the harbor of Salem and Beverly, in siates a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars, the State of Massachusetts. (as soon as a cession and shall be removed from such agency or employof the jurisdiction to the United States over the ment, and forever thereafter be incapable of holdland proper for the purpose is made by the said ing any office under the United States : Provided, State,) and to furnish the same with all necessary | That if any other person than a public prosecutor supplies; and also to agree to the salaries or wa- shall give information of any such offence, upon ges of the person or persons who may be appoint, which a prosecution and conviction shall be had, ed by the President for the superintendence and one-half the aforesaid penalty, when received, care of the same; and that the President be au shall be for the use of the person giving such inthorized to make the said appointments. That formation. the number or disposition of the light or lights in Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the the said light-house be such as may tend to dis- prices of the goods supplied to, and to be paid for tinguish it from others, as far as practicable; ana by the Indians, shall be regulated in such manner that six thousand dollars be appropriated for the that the capital stock furnished by the United same, out of any moneys not otherwise appropri- States may not be diminished. ated.
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That during
the continuance of this act the President of the
draw annually from the Treasury of the United An Act for establishing trading-houses with the In- States a sum not exceeding eight ihousand dollars, dian tribes.
to be applied, under his direction, for the purpose Be it enacted, fc., That it shall be lawful for of paying the agents and clerks; which agents the President of the United States 10 establish shall be allowed to draw out of the public suptrading-houses at such posts and places on the plies two rations each, and each clerk one ration western and southern frontiers, or in the Indian per day. country, as he shall judge most convenient for the Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That one hunpurpose of carrying on a liberal trade with the dred and fifty thousand dollars, exclusive of the
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allowances to agents and clerks, be, and they are An Act authorizing and directing the Secretary of hereby, appropriated for the purpose of carrying War to place certain persons therein named on the on trade and intercourse with the Indian nations pension list. in the manner aforementioned, to be paid out of Be it enacted, f-c., That the Secretary for the any moneys unappropriated in the Treasury of Department of War be and he is hereby directed the United States.
to place upon the list of invalid pensioners of the Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That if any United States the persons hereinafter named. agent or agents, their clerks, or other persons em- who have been returned as such by the judges of ployed by them, shall purchase or receive from the several districts, pursuant to the act of Conany Indian, in the way of trade or barter, a gun, gress passed the twenty-eighth day of February. or other article commonly used in hunting; any one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three, instrument of husbandry, or cooking utensil, of the entitled “ An act to regulate the claims to invalid kind usually obtained by Indians in their inter- pensions," at the rates and proportions annexed course with white people; any article of clothing, to the names of the said persons respectively; (except skins or furs,) he or they shall, respective that is to say: ly, forfeit the sum of one hundred dollars for each Of the District of Maine-Daniel Brawn, a offence, to be recovered by action of debt, in the private, two-thirds of a pension ; John Knowles, name and to the use of the United States, in any a private, one third of a pension ; Ebenezer Phincourt of law of the United States, or of any par- ney, a private, one fourth of a pension. ticular State having jurisdiction in like cases, Ofthe Districtof New Hampshire - Jonas Adams. or in the Supreme or Superior Courts of the a private, one-third of a pension ; Andrew Aiken, Territories of the United States: Provided, That a sergeant-major, three-fourths of a pension; Cano suit shall be commenced except in the State leb Aldrish, a sergeant, a full pension ; Caleb Ausor Territory within which the cause of action tin, a private, one-third of a pension ; Joho Barter, shall have arisen, or the defendant may reside; a sergeaut, half a pension ; Archelaus Batcheldor, and it shall be the duty of the Superintendents of a sergeant, half a pension; Ebenezer Bean, a priIndian Affairs and their deputies, respectively, vate, one-third of a pension; Job Briton, a private, to whom information of every such offence shall one-third of a pension : Ebenezer Carleton, a pribe given, to collect the requisite evidence, if at- vate, three-fourths of a pension ; Levi Chubbock, tainable, and to prosecute the offender without a fifer, one-fourth of a pension; Edward Clark. delay.
a sergeant, one-fourth of a pension ; Morrell CoSec. 8. And be it further enacted, That this act burn, a private, one-fourth of a pension ; Richard shall be in force for the term of two years, and to Colony, a private, half a pension ; Ebenezer Copp, the end of the next session of Congress thereafter, a sergeant, a full pension ; James Crombie, a and no longer.
lieutenant, a full pension; William Curtiss, a priApproved, April 18, 1796.
vate, half a pension ; Henry Danforth, a private,
half a pension ; James Dean, a private, one-fourth An Act supplementary to an act, entitled “ An act to of a pension: Lemuel Dean, a private, half a penprovide a Naval Armament.”
sion; Thomas Eastman, a private, three-fourths Be it enacted, fc., That the President of the of a pension ; Ebenezer Fletcher, a sfer, one-fourth United States be authorized to continue the con- of a pension; James Ford, a captain, half a pension; struction and equipment (with all convenient ex- Stephen Fuller a private, one-third of a pension ; pedition,) of two frigates of forty-four and one Moses Sweat George, a private, half a pension; frigate of thirty-six guns," anything in the act, Joshua Gilman, a private, iwo-thirds of a pension ; entitled " An act to provide a naval armament,” Windsor Gleason, a private, one-fourth of a pento the contrary notwithstanding.
sion ; Joseph Greely, a private, one-fourth of a Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That so pension : Joseph Green, a private, half a pension ; much of the sum of six hundred and eighty-eight Joshua Haynes, a private, half a pension; Joseph thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight dollars Hilton, a lieutenant, half a pension ; Nathan Holt, and eighty-two cents, which by the act of June a private, one-fourth of a pension; Jonathan Holthe ninth, one thousand seven hundred and ten, a lieutenant, half a pension ; Caleb Hunt, a ninety-four, was appropriated, (to defray the ex- private, half a pension; Humphrey Hunt, a pripenses to be incurred pursuant to the act to pro- vate, one-fourth of a pension ; Charles Huntoon, jr., vide a naval armament,) as remains unexpended, a private, one-third of a pension ; Zadoc Hurd, a as well as the sum of eighty thousand dollars, private, one-third of a pension ; Ebenezer Jenwhich was appropriated for a provisional equip- pings, a sergeant, one-fourth of a pension ; Peter · ment of galleys by the before-recited act, be ap- Johnson, a private, one-fourth of a pension; Thos. propriated for the said purposes.
Kimball, a private, one-fifth of a pension, Abm. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the Kimball, a private, half a pension; Benjamin President of the United States be and he is Knight, a sergeant, one-third of a pension , John hereby authorized to cause to be sold, such part Knight, a private, half a pension; Jonathan Lake, of the perishable materials as may not be wanted a corporal, half a pension ; John Lapish, a private, for completing the three frigates, and to cause one-fourth of a pension ; Nathaniel Leaviti, a corthe surplus of the other materials to be safely poral, half a pension ; John Lincoln, a private, kept for the future use of the United States. one-fourth of a pension ; Joshua Lovejoy, a serApproved, April 20, 1796.
geant, half a pension; William Lowell, a sergeant,
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three-fourths of a pension; Jonathan Margery, a William Warren, a lieutenant, one-third of a penprivate, two-thirds of a pension ; James Moore, a sion; Samuel Willington, a private, half a penprivate, a full pension ; Samuel Morrell, a private, sion; Nahum Wright, a sergeant, one-eighth of a iwo-fifths of a pension ; Joseph Moss, a private, pension. two-thirds of a pension; Jotham Nute, a sergeant, Of the District of Rhode Island-Clark Albro, half a pension ; Phinebas Parkhurst, a fifer, a full a private, one-fourth of a pension ; John Baggs, jr. , pension; Amos Pierce, a lieutenant, one-third of a sergeant, one-third of a pension ; Robert Cars, a of a pension; Silas Pierce, a lieutenant, half a pen- private, half a pension; Jonathan Davenport, a şion; Joel Porter, a private, one-fourth of a pen- private, one twenty-fourth of a pension ; Nathan sion; Samuel Potter, a sergeant, half a pension; Jacquays, a private, one-third of a pension: WilThomas Pratt, a private, half a pension ; Jeremiah liam Lúnt, a private, half a pension ; George PopPritchard, a lieutenant, half a pension; Asa Put- ple, a sergeani, one-eighth of a pension ; Job Snell, ney, a sergeant, half a pension ; Charles Rice, a a private, one-fourth of a pension; Edward Vose, private, half a pension; John Smith, a sergeant, a sergeant, one-sixth of a pension. half a pension; Samuel Stocker, a private, half a of the district of Connecticut-Theodore Anpension; Wm. Taggart, an ensign, half a pension; drus, a private, a full pension; Samuel Andrus, a Eliphalet Taylor, a private, one-third of a pension; corporal, half a pension; William Bailey, a priEbenezer Tinkham, a private, one-third of a pen- vate, one-fourth of a pension; Robert Bailey, a sion; John Varnum, a private, balf a pension ; private, one-fourth of a pension ; Job Bartram, a Edward Waldo, a lieutenant, two-thirds of a pen-captain, half a pension; Francis Baxter, a private, sion; Weymouth Wallace, a private, half a pen-three-fourths of a pension ; Enos Blakesley, a sion; Josiah Walton, a private, one-third of a private, a full pension; David Blackman, a private, pension; Jacob Wellman, jr., a private, one-fourth iwo-thirds of a pension, Elijah Boardman, a serof a pension ; Francis Whitcomb, a private, one- geant, three-tourths of a pension ; Jonathan Bowthird of a pension; Robert B. Wilkins, a private, ers, a corporal, half a pension; Anor Bradley a two-thirds of a pension ; Jonathan Willard, an sergeant, half a pension ; Jedediah Brown, a serensign, one-fourth of a pension ; Seth Wyman, a geant, one-fourth of a pension ; Isaac Buel, a priprivate, one-fourth of a pension.
vate, one-third of a pension; Oliver Burnham, a of the District of Massachusetts, Thomas Alex-sergeant, one-fourth of a pension ; William Burander, a captain, half a pension; Ephraim Bailey, ritt, a private, one-fourth of a pension; John a private, half a pension; Robert Bancroft, a pri- Chappell
, a private, one third of a pension ; Eli; vate, one-sixth of a pension; James Batcheldor, a sha Clark, a private, one fourth of a pension; Joprivate, one-fourth of a pension ; James Campbell
, Dah Cook, a private, half a pension ; Henry Cone, a private, one-fourth of a pension ; Caleb Chad- a private, one-fourth of a pension ; Simon Croswick, a private, one-fourth of a pension ; Barnabas by, a private, half a pension; Prince Dennison, a Chapman, a private, one-third of a pension; Rich- private, half a pension ; Israel Dibble, a private, ard Chase, a private, half a pension; Joseph Coxe, one-third of a pension; Gershom Dorman, a pria sergeant, two-thirds of a pension;
Thos. Crow-vate, one-third of a pension; Joseph Dunbar, a ell, a private, a full pension; Levi Farnsworth, a corporal, three-fourths of a pension ; Henry Fillprivate, half a pension ; Benjamin Farnum, a more, a private, half a pension ; Samuel French, captain, one-third of a pension; Moses Fitch, a a private, half a pension ; Burr Gilbert, a corpoprivate, one-fifth of a pension; Frederick Follett, ral, two-thirds of a pension ; David Hall, jr., a a private, half a pension; Joseph Frost, a private, sergeant, half a pension ; Nathan Hawley, a corone-eighth of a pension; Uriah Goodwin, a pri- poral, one-third of a pension; Daniel Hewitt, a vate, one-fourth of a pension; Joseph Hale, a pri- sergeant, one-third of a pension, Isaac Higgins, a vate, half a pension; Gamaliel Handy, a private, private, half a pension; Thurston Hilliard, a pritwo-thirds of a pension ; Peter Hemenway, a vate, one-third of a pension ; Thomas Hobby, a private, half a pension ; Jesse Holt, a corporal, one-major, half a pension; John Horseford, a private, eighth of a pension ; Job Lane, a private, half a one-eighth of a pension, Benjamin Howd, a pripension; Ebenezer Learned, a colonel, one-fourth vate, three-fourths of a pension ; Elijah Hoyt, a of a pension ; Moses McFarland, a captain, one- private, half a pension; David Hubble, a private, third of a pension ; Hugh Maxwell, a captain, one-half a pension ; Enoch Jacobs, a private, threeeighth of a pension; John Maynard, a lieutenant, fourths of a pension; Robert Jeroin, a fifer, oneone-tenth of a pensiun; Tilley Mead, a private, fourth of a pension ; Aaron Kelsey, a lieutenant, one-fourth of a pension; Elisha Munsell, a private, one-fourth of a pension ; Lee Lay, a captain, onehalt a pension; John Nixon, a colonel, one-third sixth of a pension ; John Ledyard a private, threeof a pension ; Timothy Northam, a private, one- fourths of a pension : William Leeds, a lieutenthird of a pension; Joseph Peabody, a private, one-ant, half a pension; Naboth Lewis, a private, third of a pension ; Amos Pearson, a sergeant, two-thirds of a pension; Nathaniel Lewis, one-fifth of a pension; Abner Pier, a private, half a private, one-fourth of a pension; George a pension ; Job Priest, an ensign, one-third of a Lord, a private, hali a pension ; Samuel Loomis, pension; Amasa Scott, a private, one-fourth of a a corporal. one-fourth of a pension; Jeremiah pension; Robert Smith, a private, two-thirds of a Markham, a sergeant, half a pension; Allyn pension; Sylvanus Snow, a private, one-third of a Marsh, a corporal, half a pension ; Josiah Merrypension; Cæsar Sprague, a private, half a pen-man, a corporal, two-thirds of a pension ; Stesion; Simuel Warner, a private, half a pension; phen Minor, a quarter-gunner, half a pension;