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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 178. 1915. 1207 Colonial Army made its stand against the British in the Battle of White Plains; tl`0 the city of Appleton, in the county of Out amie and State of ApP1°‘°“·Wis· Wisconsm, two bronze or brass cannon or fielilpieces, with their carriagbes, not needed for Igesent service, the same to be laced in the pu he square ppplqsite nion soldiers’ monument in said) city; To the city of `amsport, Pennsylvania, one captured Spanish Wi“’““"¥’°"‘»P°· cannon, or bronze or brass cannon, with carriages and a suitable ourgit og cannonibqlés; 0 the city o athena, in the State of Kansas for the use of w°“‘°‘”’,;,,,K"'“· Wathena Grand Army of the Republic post as a inonument, one GHMA wm cannon or fieldpiece, with its carriage and cannon ballsfl`o the city of Mena, Arkansas, two cannon or Eeldpieces and a M°°°’Mk° suitable outfit of cannon balls not needed for present service; To donate two condemned bronze or brass cannon or lieldpieces H°°°°°t°°d’P°“ iiand a iuitable oiétfitlof sannqp balllzfl to tllle itown of Homestead, enns vania, to e p ace in the u `c ar 0 that town; r. mu To J . Hungerford Post, Numbered 'l2hirty-nine, Grand Army of ziwludgmy i>¥ii" the Republic, Dcépartment of Wisconsin, at Sp Green, Wisconsin, one condemned eldpiece or cannon, with a suivtlible outfit of cannon balls, the same to be used in connection with a monument erected to Civil War veterans; 0,, , Wis To the city of Oshkosh, in the county of Winnebago and State of ` Wisconsin, four condemned bronze or brass cannon or iieldpieces with their carriages, and suitable outfit of cannon balls, the same to be placed in a park set a a.rt to commemorate the old camp grounds of the Twenty—Erst and 'Fwenty-third Wisconsin Rwents; To the city of Port Huron, in the State of `chigan, four con- P°"H`"°°’m°1L demned bronze or brass cannon or fieldpieces, with their carri cs and suitable outfit of cannon balls, to be subject at all times toulghe order of the Secretary of War; H To Noah Ring Post Numbered Five hundred and eighteen, Grand c§.i°j°i»i¤i§i}»¤s». Army of the Republic Hymera, Indiana, two condemned cannon, together with a suitable outfit of cannon balls for six p amids, to be laced in the grove at Hymera, Indiana, where said (gl-rand Army of the Republic post holds its annual reunion: To the city of Hamilton, in the State of Missouri, two condemned H°'““°°“'M°‘ bronze or brass cannon or iieldpieces, with carriages and with a suitable outfit of cannon balls, not needed for present service, the same to be mounted and used in the city park of said city; W lm To the Indian Hill Club, of the town of Winnetka, in the county ;,,§'£°m{1%,,;,_ of Cook, in the State of Illinois, one condemned cannon or iieldpiece, with its carriage and suitable outfit of cannon balls, to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War; To the Fort Oswego Chapter, Daugihters of the American Revolu- 3,,,".§§‘{;,§;,¥g`,,,,,,. tion, of Oswego, New York, two con emned bronze or brass cannon *¤*¤R°"°*““°¤· or iieldpieces, with their carriages and a suitable outfit of cannon balls; To Pollock Post, Numbered Forty-two, Grand Army of the Repub- g,§'T§§‘$S;,°S,_ lic, department of Kansas, located at Marion, Kansas, one condemned bronze or brass cannon or fieldpiece and a su1table outfit of cannon balls; To the city of Concordia, Kansas, two cannon or iieldpieces, with C°°°°“¤”’ K°°s“' their carriages, not needed for (present service, to be mounted in the courthouse square, in the said city of Concordia, in the State of Kansas. _ Sum, ml To the cit of Sanford, in the State of Flouda, two bronze or brass ’ cannon, with a suitable outfit of cannon balls, which may not_ be needed in the service, the same to be placed 111 a public park, building, or square in said city;