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TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 64, 65. 1845. 745 For fortifications on the Florida reef, thirty thousand dollars; pimms my d por contingencies of fortifications, forty-one thousand six hundred Contingencies. 0 ars. Arr-novnn, March 3, 1845. Srurorn II. CHAP. LXIV. -An Act providing paydrgent for certain military services in Flo· March 3, 1845. n ’ -———————— Be it enacted by the Senate and House if Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary Mmm !"°*’°°¤ of War cause to be paid the following militia forces of the Territory of t° b° Wd' florida for the periods of their respective service as hereinafter specified, to wit : Colonel Robert Brown’s command, from the sixth April to the twenty- C°l- B¤‘°W¤’¤— second July, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, except the company of Captain North, which shall only be paid to the twelfth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. Major Isaac Garrison’s command, from the nineteenth March to fifth Mill- G°·"l· July, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. . s°" S' Captain Arthur Robert’s company, from September thirteenth, eigh- C¤P*·R¤l>¤¤’¤- teen hundred and thirty-eight, to January thirteenth, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine. Captain J. L. Thigpen’s company, from first March to thirty-first C*{P*· Thig- August, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. P" °‘ _ Captain William William’s company, from sixteenth August, eighteen ,,C*’l’f· W*l· hundred and thirty-eight, to February sixteenth, eighteen hundred and mm ' thirty-nine. I _ Captains William Cone and John Bryan’s companies, from sixteenth C(;’lil“““ ?°"° August to fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and forty. an mm s` Captain J. L. Stewarfs company, from nineteenth August to thir- Capt.Stewart’s. tieth September, eighteen hundred and fort . Captain Stephen Daniel’s company, from Cctober thirteenth to No- C¤pt.Danie1’s. vember twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and forty-two. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of War also $¤PPll¢¤ W be cause payment to be made for such supplies as were actually purchased Pm f"' for the use of any of said troops, and that to the extent to which they furnished themselves equitable allowance be made therefor. M us Sec. 3. And be it further endo-ted, That the muster rolls according be fxfnfc, t° to which the above payments shall be made, shall be sworn to by the &.c. captain of each company, or senior living officer present in Florida, and approved by the Governor of Florida. _ _ Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That all balances remaining un- APPY¤P¤¤¤¤¤· expended out of appropriations heretofore made for payment of lflorida volunteers or militia, or for supplies furnished to militia serving in Florida, be and the same are hereby made applicable to the payment of the militia and supplies provided for in this act, so far as the same may be necessary; and if such balances be insufficient, the remainder of the amount required is hereby appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Amrnovnn, March 3, 1945. Srsrurn II. Gun. LXV.-An Act maki o iutitms or the support of the army, for the March 3, 1845. year ending on the thib]%etir)}iqg·f'%une, eigbteen hundred and forfysia:. "·""*"*··‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United S/ares of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby appropriated, to be paul out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the support of the Von. V.-94 3 N