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510 SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 384. 1912. c¤n¤¤.11r To the cit of Canton, State of Illinois, two condemned bronze or brass cannogor neldpieces, with camgs and outfit of cannon baléz, the same to be subject at all times to order of the Secretary IA¤¤¤¤f·N·Y· ofT0uti1° city of Laucgtu, New `t%!'§,f tW0_00Ild6I1:1D6d b1'0D§8s_u(;1' cannon or iiald 'eces, with ou t carriages an cannon » lihrgszame to be subjiict at all times to the order of the_Seeretary of War. , . . ¤$¤`L`$5is;iiZ, fiii To the cities of Andalusia and Huntsville, Alabama, and Salisbury, h ¤·‘***·*¤’¥· ·°· North Carolina, each two condemned bronze or brass cannon, with carriages and outfit of ballvz, the same to be subject at all times to the f the Secre of ar. $1 E'? cms; wil`?. like cit of Atgryuras, in the State of California, for the use of the <*¤-¤·*¤¤¥'°•'~ General Canb Post Numbered One hundred and nrty-nve, Grand Army of the llepublic, two condemned bronze or brass cannon or iialdpieces, with their and a siutable outlit of cannon balls, to be subject at all times to ge order of the of War. }'f,?}‘,{*:3Y;“·°,,,d To the city of Red Bluif in the State of Cahfomia, or the use of the A¤¤!P¤•¤· Mansfield Post, Numbered Seventy-five, Grand Army_ of the Rgiublic, two condemned iieldpieces or cannon, with a sintable ou t of cannon balls, same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. _ , °°§'*“'¢·°‘L To the town of Cornmg' California, for the use of the Maywood J-¥¤i»K·2°" °"“"‘ rea, Numbered one hundred md eigray-rm,_c¤ma am or as Republic, two condemned bronze or brass iieldpaeces with carriages, with a suitable outfit of cannon balls, same to be subject at all · times to the order of the SecregEfof War. · ‘ iv'i:st”Llé»°i$¤¤a To the town of Anderson, orma, two condemned bronze or ·*·’¤*Y *’°°‘· brass cannon or fieldpieces, with their carriages, for the use of Wmchester Post Numbered One hundred and eighty-six, same to be sub`ect at all times to the order of the Secretary 0 War. g°iil`t'f»l°.ii»'x(i°ii¤•¤a T10 the town of Columbia, California, for the use of the Columbia AMY PM Post, Numbered One hundred and forty-one, Grand Army of the ` Republic, two condemned mortars or cannon, with a suitable outfit gc cannon bavlés, same to be subject at all times to the order of the re o ar. . §°°i'iii°°w(i°¤l'·1·»w Totilveycit of Redding, California, for use at E. F. Winslow Post, °""° ’“'“’ *°°"‘ Numbered Sliaventymine, Grand Army of the Republic, two condemned twelve-pound bronze or brass cannon or freldpieces, with their carri§fs,_ with a suitable amount of cannon balls, same to be Nana". Cn sub'ect at times to the order of the Secretary of War. s. u. suis oiua 'lio the town of Newcastle, State of California, for the use of Colonel ““" "°°‘~ E. D. Baker Post, Grand Army of the Republic, two condemned bronze_or brass cannon or fieldpieces, with their carri es, the same to mnmmz CAL be subtect at all times to the order of the Secretary ii§War. Jann c. Fremont To the city of Dowmeville, State of California, for use at John C. “'“" ”“"' P°"· Fremont Post, Numbered One hundred and fifty-two, Grand Army of the Republic, two small condemned bronze cannon, with their carriages and six cannon balls, the same to be subject at all times to the Sm nm"' w_ or er of the Secretary of War. chickamausn cms To the city of San Andreas, California, two condemned bronze my "°"· cannon, mounted on carriages, for useat Chickamauga Post Numbered One hundred and fifteen, Grand Army of the Republic the New Cm. QL same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of Wu. Afgyggtwg. ems To the city of Neyada City, California, two obsolete ieee of · ordnance, together with then- camagies for mounting, and) twelve glninon ballsélfpgduse at Cl}ag1au§ogabl1pst;ll*lumbered ge liundred _ , 0 eeuc esameto s` all times to the order ofythe Secretal)·y of lWar. u Jcct at