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RESOLVED, That when any desertion shall happen from the troops of the United States, the officer commanding the regiment or corps to which the deserters belonged, shall be responsible, that an immediate report of the same be made to the commanding officer of the forces of the United States present.
RESOLVED, That the commanding officer of any of the forces in the service of the United States shall, upon report made to him of any desertions in the troops under his orders, cause the most immediate and vigorous search to be made after the deserter or deserters, which may be conducted by a commissioned or non-commisioned officer, as the case shall require: That if such search should prove ineffectual, the officer commanding the regiment or corps to which the deserter or deserters belonged, shall insert in the nearest gazette, or newspaper, an advertisement, descriptive of the deserter or deserters, and offering a reward, not exceeding ten dollars, for each deserter who shall be apprehended and secured in any of the gaols of the neighboring states. That the charges of advertising deserters, the reasonable extra expenses incurred by the person conducting the pursuit, and the reward, shall be paid by the secretary at war, on the certificate of the commanding officer of the troops.
Definitive treaty of peace with the same
Treaty of amity, commerce and navigation with the same
Treaty of friendship, limits and navigation with Spain
Treaty of peace and friendship with Tripoli
Articles of agreement and confederation with the Delaware nation 83
Articles of a treaty with the Wyandot, Delaware, Chippawa and
Articles of a treaty with the Shawanoe nation
Articles of a treaty with the Wyandot, Delaware, Ottawa, Chippa-
Treaty of peace with the Wyandots, Delawares, Shawanoes, Otta-
was, Chippawas, Putawatimes, Miamis, Eel-river, Weeas,
Treaty of friendship, limits and accommodation with the same
Ordinance for the government of the north-western territory