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time, from the said Banks and Company, on account of his being surety for them as aforesaid, to be sued for in the name of the said executors for the use of the United States. Duty of the officers of the Treasury herein.And the officers of the Treasury are hereby authorized to liquidate and Settle the sum due to the estate of the said General Green, to indemnify the same, as aforesaid, according to the true intent and meaning of this act, and to pay the same, out of the Treasury of the United States, to the said executors, to be accounted for by them, as part of the said estate.

Approved, April 27, 1792.




May 8, 1792

Chap. ⅩⅬⅢ.—An Act to compensate the services of the late Colonel George Gibson.


Be it enacted, &c., That there be allowed and paid to the executors or administrators of the late Colonel George Gibson,Money to be paid to the heirs of the late Col. G. Gibson. or to their attorney or attorneys legally appointed and authorized to receive the same for the use and benefit of his heirs, the sum of one thousand dollars for extraordinary services by him rendered to the United States during the year one thousand seven hundred and seventy-six.

Approved, May 8, 1792.




May 8, 1792

Chap. ⅩⅬⅣ.—An Act concerning the Claim of John Brown Cutting against the United States.

Be it enacted, &c., That in consideration of certain expenditures on behalf of the United States, made by John Brown Cutting,Money to be paid to John B. Cutting. in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety, there be advanced and paid to the said John Brown Cutting, the sum of two thousand dollars, out of any public money not otherwise appropriated.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted,Sec. of State to report on his entire claim against the U.S. That the Secretary of State be uthorized to inquire into the entire claim of the said John Brown Cutting against the United States, and upon receipt of the proofs and exhibits in support thereof, to ascertain what sum shall thereupon appear to be due to or from him, in account with the United States, including the advance hereby directed, and to report the same to the next session of Congress.

Approved, May 8, 1792.