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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. In. GH. 178. 1915. 1205 To the Silver’ s Post, Numbered Four hundred an thirt -five Grand Nw ¥·*b•¤¤¤» M- Army of the Republic, New Lebanon, Indiana? twoy condemned Gmc Amn°°t' bronze or_brass cannon, together with a suitable outht of cannon balls for six pyramids, to be placed in their plat in the Mount Zion Cemetery as a memorial to the soldiers of the Civil War; To_the village of Kasbeer, in the county of Bureau and State of K¤¤*>•¤·T¤- Illmois, one condemned bronze or brass cannon or fieldpiece, with carriage and a suitable outfit of cannon balls, to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War; To the officers of Kilfpatrick Post, Grand Arm of the Republic, g·¤·:,=¤g·m0¤1¤- Numbered Forty-one, o La Junta, Colorado, for tile use of said post, M "°°t' two condemned bronze or brass cannon or iieldpieces and a suitable outfit of cannon balls; To the the city of Lebanon, in the State of Pennsylvania, four con- mama, ra demned iron cannon or iieldpieces, with their carriages and a suitable outfit of cannon balls, the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War; To the city of Gainesville, in the State of Florida, two condemned G¤l¤•w¤1•, Fin. bronze or brass cannon or iieldpieces, with their carriages and a suitable outht of cannon balls; To S. Grant Post, Numbered Seventy-·two, Grand Army of the g’::i|¤f*¤¤,I¤d· Republic, Washington, Indiana, two condemned bronze or brass """’°“‘ cannon, without carriages, together with a suitable outlit of cannon balls for six pyramids, to be p aced on the soldiers} monument erected at Washington, Indiana, set aside by the city of Washington, Indiana, for said purposes, as a memorial to the so diers of the Civil War; To the trustees of Rhine Center Cemetery, in the town of Sheboy- Shewyggva. gan, in the county of Sheboygan and State of Wisconsin, two bronze t.,,1}{°°° °°"‘* or bras cannon or iieldpieces, with their C8.1'1'lB?€S, not needed for present service, the same to be placed on the lot o the Union soldiers’ monument in said cemetery; To the Andrew Jackson Chapter of the Daughters of the American 'M1•¤1¤c¤. Ala. Revolution, Talladega, Alabama, two cannon or fieldpieces not needed for present service, to be mounted in the courthouse square of Talladega, in the State of Alabama; To the town of Frazeysburg, Ohio, one cannon or fieldpiece, with Fruvysburs. cue carriage, not needed for (present service, to be placed in Memorial Park, near Frazeysburg, bio; _ _ _ To the city of Wheeling, West Virgmia, for the use of the M. L¤,;%s_;m mm Haskins Battery A, _ Company Numbered Thirty-three, Uniform Y Rank, Knights of Pythias, two brass cannon or iieldpiecas and a suitable outfit of cannon balls; To the Northwestern Military and Naval Academy situated on LM ¤¤¤·v¤»W¤- Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, two condemned bronze or brass cannon or fieldpieces, with their carriages and a suitable outfit of cannon balls· T d the city of Glasgow, in the State of Missouri, one_ condemned G¤¤¤z¤W·¤¤~ bronze or brass cannon or ficldgiece, together with a suitable outfit of cannon balls for two pvrami ; _ _ _ To the town of New Cumberland West Virguua, for the use of Wlfgwj; °*¤¤b•*i¤¤¤» the W. A. Atkinson Post, Numbered Eighteen, Grand Army of the emo Amy past. Republickltgvo brass cannon or 'deldpieces and a suitable outfit of cannon b ; To the city of Niagara Falls, New York, two brass cannon or N*=·=¤¤*`*“¤·N-Y- fieldpieces, with their carriages, not needed for present service, to mounted on the public grounds of the said city of Niagara Falls, m the State of New York; _ To the city of Blue Rapids, Kansas, two cannon or iieldpieces Blue R¤r>ids.Km¤· with their carriages, not needed for present service, to be mounted in the public square, in the said city of Blue Rapids, m the State of Kansas;