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150 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 17. 1837. B1¤¤k¤¤¤i¢h’¤ For a blacksmiths shop, a reservoir, and a gun-carriage house at §l,,§;*Q”‘;f;,},°° Watertown, Massachusetts, twenty-three thousand one hundred dollars; Mass.For the purchase of ten thousand copper rifle flasks, seventeen thou. CODPGY rifle sand dollars. d,Q,’k°· t b Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the following sums of money paieiuindtlih rg. be paid, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, guisitipn vffyhe on the requisition of the Secretary of War, and, so far as shall bg C 8 °

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Pay, &,e., of For the pay, travelling, clothing for six months, and other legal ex- '1‘¤¤¤¤¤¤e¤ vv- enses of the Tennessee volunteers, mustered into the service of the ]““‘°°”· United States under the requisition of General Gaines, under date of A ril eighth, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, and the rocliimaticgr of Governor Canngn of twenty»eighth of the same moiith, and approved by the Secretary of War on the ninth of May, by direction of the President of the United States, one hundred thousand dol- Proviso. lars: Provided, That such of said volunteers as volunteered under the groclamation of GOVCIHOE Calnrfrgn og hhe sixth of dlune or twentieéh of ul one thousand eight un r an irty-six, an were mustere into theyservice of the Ungited States, and are entitled to clothing under the Act of May act of May twenty-third, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, W l836·°h·8°· shall not be paid for clothing out of the aforesaid appropriation: Pay, &.c., of For pay, travelling, clothing, and other legal expenses of the Ten- £·;¤:(:¤;¢¤ W- plpsseedvolupttilersgmustered pig;} the gegpce of the lagged State? undeg ' e or er o the ecretary o ar o ay twenty- , one t ousan eight hundred and thirty-six, and Governor Cannon’s proclamation of June sixth, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, ninety-five thousand dollars: Pay, &c., of For pay, travelling, clothing, and other legal expenses of the Ten- £:{:¤;:¤¢¤ W- gesseeav{oliirntee1; ,mustered into the segvice of the United States under ' ener ainess requisition, un er ate o June twenty-eighth, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, and Governor Cannongs proclarrlgation of thuly twer3]ieth,hone thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, t irty-five ousand ree undred and ten dollars: Labgum gn. For the liabilities incurred by Governor Cannon in raising money; so curred by Gov. far as said money has been properly expended in the service of the Uni- C“”“°“‘ ted States, on account of the aforesaid volunteers, thirteen thousand five hundred dollars: 1§¤ydueExe· For pay due the Executive staff of the Governor of Tennessee, while $*(;:;ng?€f°f acgually engaged ip obtaining, horgani(gmg,h11g1ustering, og marching _ vo unteers, uringt e year one thousand ei t undred an thirt -six, Tmmw zpu-the pllaces of their rendezvous, or making returns of said volundeers, ee thousand dollars. One month’s Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary at War be {*:X;£_:·£’d‘·’°* and he hereby is directed to cause to be paid to the volunteers and mmm 0,- K,,,.,_ rplilitia of Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi, including tacky, Terrace- the companies in Mississip i, mustered into the service, who were dul °;3,Gil:¤il;';"·, called into service, and whlhse service was accepted by the Executive; Qc_ pp ’ of the States respectively, during the summer of the year one thousand zi/ght hundred and thirty-six, under requisitions from the Secretary at ar or from generals commanding the troops of the United States, and who were discharged before marching, the amount of one month’s pay, with all the allowances to which they would have been entitled if they had been in actual service during the period of one month; and that the same be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. my to ,,16 Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That eleven thousand six hun— Rig, Rangers, dred and fifty dollars be appropriated for paying the Rifle Rangers, Umm v¤l¤n· Coosada volunteers, and the lndependence Blues, under the command