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An act making appropriations for the support of the navy of the United States, for the ,
An' act for the more convenient arrangement of the times and places of holding the circuit courts of the United States for the districts of South Carolina and Georgia.
An act to regulate the duties. on imports and tonnage.
An act for the relief of certain purchasers of public lands in the Mississippi Territory.
An act to fix the commissions of the collectors of the direct tax and internal duties, and to revive and continue in force “ An act further to provide for the collection of duties on imports tonnage.”
An act for the relief of certain owners of goods entered at Hampden, in the District of Maine.
An act authorizing the payment of a sum of money to John T. Courtnay and Samuel Harrison, or their legal representatives.
An act rewarding the officers and crew of the frigate Constitution, for the capture of the British sloop of war Levant.
An act continuing the salaries of certain officers of government.
An act for the payment of the militia in the cases therein mentioned.
An act for the relief of Charles Levaux Trudeau.
An act making further provision for settling claims to land in the Territory of Illinois. An act supplementary to the act to provide adof go
ditional revenues for defraying the expenses vernment, and maintaining the public credit by laying a direct tax upon the United States, and to provide for assessing and collecting the same.
An act for the relief of Joseph S. Newell.
An act declaring the assent of Congress to an act of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia.
An act confirming the titles of certain purchasers of land, who purchased from the board of trustees of the Vincennes University.
An act directing the discharge of Ebenezer Keeler and John Francis from imprisonment.
An act to increase the salary of the register of
An act providing for the distribution of one hundred thousand dollars, among the captors of the Algerine vessels captured and restored to the dey of Algiers.
An act for the relief of Rufus S. Reed and Daniel Dobbins.
An act authorizing the comptroller of the treasury to cancel certain export bonds executed by Casper C. Schutte.'
An act supplementary to an act making alterations in the treasury and war departments, passed the eighth day of May, 1792.
An act for the relief of Ephraim Shayler.
An act for the relief of Manassah Minor and Isaac Denison.
An act for the relief of Samuel Dick, William Bruce, and Asa Kitchell.
An act making appropriations for repairing certain roads therein described.
An act for the relief of Elizabeth Hamilton.
An act authorizing the judges of the circuit court, and the attorney for the District of Columbia, to prepare a code of jurisprudence for the said district.
An act for the relief of the supervisors of the county of Clinton, in the State of New-York.
An act authorizing the payment of a sum of money to John Rogers and others.
An act authorizing the payment for prisoners captured by private armed vessels.
An act for the relief of Asher Palmer.
An act to establish a land district in Illinois Territory, north of the district of Kaskaskia.
An act for the relief of Thomas Ap Catesby Jones.
An act to increase the compensation of the superintendents of the manufactories of arms at Springfield and Harper's Ferry.
An act for the relief of Moses Turner.
An act to allow drawback of duties on spirits distilled and sugar refined within the United States, and for other purposes.
An act to establish post roads.
An act for the relief of Taylor and M-Neale, Evans and M.Neale, and Henry and John M.Gleester.
An act for the relief William Hamon.
An act for the gradual increase of the navy of the United States.
An act to increase the compensation now allowed by law to inspectors, measurers, weighers, and gaugers, employed in the collection of the customs.
An act regulating the currency within the United States of the gold coins of Great Britain, France, Portugal, and Spain, and the crowns of France, and five-franc pieces.
An act for reducing the duties on licenses to retailers of wines, spirituous liquors, and foreign merchandise.
An act for the relief of the heirs of Alexander Roxburgh.
An act to authorize the building of three lighthouses, viz. one on Race Point, one on Point Gammon, and one on the island of Petite Manan, in the State of Massachusetts.
An act for the relief of Samuel Manac.
An act for the benefit of John P. Maxwell and Hugh H. Maxwell.
An act granting to Amos Spafford the right of pre-emption
An act making appropriations for re-building light-houses, and for completing the plan of lighting them according to the improvement of Winslow Lewis; for placing beacons and buoys; for preserving Little Gull Island; and for surveying the coast of the United States.
An act authorizing the payment of a sum of mo dey to James Levins.
An act for the relief of David Coffin, Samuel and William Rodman, and Samuel Rodman, junior.
An act making further appropriations for the
An act making an appropriation for enclosing and improving the public square near the Capitol, and to abolish the office of commissioners of the public buildings, and of superintendent, and for the appointment of one commissioner for the public buildings.
An act fixing the compensation of the Secretary of the Senate, Clerk of the House of Representatives, and making provision for the clerks employed in their offices.
An act allowing pay to certain persons made prisoners with the revenue cutter Surveyor.
An act directing the discharge of Moses Lewis from imprisonment.
An act to enable the levy court of the county of Alexandria to lay a tax for the purpose of defraying the expense of erecting a jail and courthouse.
An act for the relief of John Holker formerly consul general of France to the United States.
An act to indemnify Jabez Mowry, and others.
An act for the relief of William Crawford, Frederick Bates, William Garrard, and Thomas B. Robertson.
An act for the relief of the widow and children of Charles Dolph, deceased.