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$1000 to be paid to each of the four daughters of the late Count de Grasse.the commander-in—chief of their forces, the President of the United States be, and he is hereby authorized and requested to cause to be paid, before the expiration of two years from the passing of this act, out of any moneys which may be in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, at such instalments, and through such agents, as he shall deem expedient, the sum of one thousand dollars each, for the use of the four daughters of the said late Count de Grasse; namely, Amelie de Grasse, Adelaide de Grasse, Melanie de Grasse, and Silvio de Grasse.

Approved, February 27, 1795.


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Feb. 27, 1795

Chap. ⅩⅩⅩⅢ.—An Act to provide some present relief to the officers of government and other citizens who have suffered in their property by the insurgents in the western counties of Pennsylvania.


Be it enacted, &c., That the President of the United States be, and Appropriation for the present relief of certain persons.he is hereby authorized to draw out of the treasury of the United States, the sum of eight thousand five hundred dollars, to be applied by him to aid such of the officers of government and other citizens, who have (in consequence of their exertions in support of the laws) sustained losses in their property, by the actual destruction thereof, by the insurgents in the western counties of Pennsylvania, as, in his opinion, stand in need of immediate assistance, to be by them accounted for, in such manner as may hereafter be directed by law.

Approved, February 27, 1795.


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Feb. 27, 1795

Chap. ⅩⅩⅩⅣ.—An Act for the relief of Angus M’Lean.


Be it enacted, &c., That the officers of the treasury be, and they Treasury to issue a certificate to Angus M’Lean.hereby are authorized and required to issue and deliver to the said Angus M’Lean, or his attorney duly authorized, a certificate or certificates for the amount of two hundred and fifty-four dollars and forty-three cents, bearing interest at six per cent. from the first day of July, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three, being for his services in the corps of sappers and miners during the late war.

Approved, February 27, 1795.


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March 2, 1795

Chap. ⅩⅩⅩⅧ.—An Act for the relief of Robert Barton and others.


Be it enacted, &c., That the collector of the district of Portland and Collector, &c. to receive oaths validating the certificates of enrolment of certain vessels.Falmouth be, and he is hereby authorized and required to receive from Robert Barton, and the other owners of the schooners Mary, Jane, Phœenix, Industry and Fanny, at any time within ninety days from the passing of this act, the oaths by law required for validating the certificates of enrolment by him granted for the said schooners; and that on the said oaths being received by the said collector, within the period aforesaid, the said certificates of enrolment shall have the same force and operation, and the said vessels shall be entitled to the same benefits, as if the said oaths had been received by the said collector within ninety days from the time of granting the said certificates of enrolment.

Approved, March 2, 1795.


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March 2, 1795

Chap. ⅩⅩⅩⅨ.—An Act for the relief of William Seymour.


Be it enacted, &c., That in lieu of his present rate of pension, William Seymour to have a pension of $20 per month.William Seymour be placed on the pension list, at the rate of twenty dollars per month, to commence on the fifth day of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five.

Approved, March 2, 1795.