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THIRTEENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 8. 1814. 95 enlisted into the army of the United States, to serve for the term of live Sum to be years, or during the war, at his election, in lieu of the bounty in money paid to recruits, and of the three months' pay at the expiration of the service now allowed *’° $*2* by law, the sum of one hundred and twenty-four dollars; fifty dollars of . which to be paid at the time the recruit is enlisted, fifty dollars when he whim PNL shall be mustered and have joined some military corps for service, and twenty-four dollars when he shall be discharged from service; and the _R°P"°“°¤*°‘ wife and children, and, if he leave no wife or children, the parents of £5$;d°;E°§S?;° such non-commissioned officer and soldier enlisted as herein before in the reriieg stated, who may be killed in action, or die in the service of the United of the U¤**°d States, shall be allowed and paid the said sum of twenty-four dollars; and St:Qi§f,,dh,‘?0`;’ after the said first day of February next, so much of the fourth section Pract ¤t‘Jariua. of the act, entitled "An act for the more perfect organization of the ry 20, l8l3i charmy of the United States," passed the twentieth day of January, one l2' thousand eight hundred and thirteen, as allows to each ablebodied man enlisted into the service of the United States, in the manner therein stated, an advance of twenty-four dollars on account of his pay, shall be, and the same is hereby repealed. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of eight dollars _No¤-conimisshall he paid to any non-commissioned officer, soldier, or citizen, who :3?,?;s°H:;SS’ shall, after the first day of February next, furnish and procure to be en- citizens to bg listed, according to law, an able-bodied man, to serve for the term of entitled to eight tive years, or during the war. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That every n0n-commissioned officer, ed, gm musician, and private, who has been recruited in the regular army of the _ Soldiers eu- United States, under the authority of the act of the eighth of April, one ;f*f]‘:u'::¤ *2; thousand eight hundred and twelve, entitled "An act in addition to the thi Unimdy act, entitled ‘An act to raise an additional military force,' passed January States, may reeleventh, one thousand eight hundred and twelve," may be re-enlisted **:;*2; fgfiuéls for the term of five years, or during the war; and that every non-com- gm, w§,,_ g missioned officer, musician, and private, recruited under authority of the Act of April act of the twenty-ninth of January, one thousand eight hundred and 8>£:2é,?*}£°· thirteen, entitled "An act, in addition to the act, entitled ‘An act to 29, 1813, ,,h_ 1g_ raise an additional military force, and for other purposes," ’ may be re-enlistcd for five years, or during the war. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the non-commissioned ofii- Such recruits cers, musicians, and privates, re-enlisted under the authority of the pre— ;¤ti*;•*d mg ceding section, shall be entitled to the bounty allowed by this act to b;`;};,,;,, 3,,7*** recruits for five years or for the war. Arpnovnp, January 27, 1814. ··—····· S·rA·ru·i·m II. CHA?. VIII.-An Aot for the appointment of an additional judge for the JIEsso·wri Jn_ 2-;, IgM_ territory, and for other purposes. QEET Be it enacted by the Senate and House zy" Representatives of the United _ Additional States of America in Congress assembled, That there shall be appointed l}[?5‘;u£?’ tg: an additional judge for the Missouri territory, who shall hold his office my to be ,,1,: for the term of four years, unless sooner removed, shall reside at or near pointed to rethe village of Arkansaw, and who shall possess and exercise within the ”°”·" limits of the late district of Arkansaw, as fixed and established while' the same was a part of the territory of Louisiana, or as the limits shall be established by the general assembly of the Missouri territory, the jurisdiction now possessed and exercised in said district, by the court of common pleas, as well as that possessed and exercised by the superior court within the said district, and to the exclusion of the original jurisdiction of the said court of common pleas and superior court within the same: Provided always, That the said superior court, or any judge WMS 0,.0,,0, there0fQ in pursuance of the laws now in force in said territory, or of rg the gguyt G,.