TWENTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. C1-1.38, 39. 1829. 357 For repairs and contingencies of fortifications, eleven thousand two R?P¤if¤ _ ¤¤d hundred and fifty dollars. °°°““g°"°1°°‘ Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the several sums, hereby appropriated, shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, March 2, 1829. S·rA·ruu: II. CHAP. X XXVIII.—An Act providing for the priming and binding sixty thou- March 2, 1829. sand copies of the abstract of Infantry Tactics, including manozuvres of light im 'E fantry and ryiemen, and for other purposes. ` Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Secretary of States of America, in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War ;.;‘*'é3 833**;; be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to contract with Hilliard, pm ,,g’I,,pa,,t,.y Gray and Company, of Boston, or some other person or persons, for Tactics, src. printing, binding, and delivering, sixty thousand copies of the Abstract of Infantry Tactics, including exercises and manceuvres of light infantry and ritlemen, for the use of the militia of the United States. Also, Also, 3000 five thousand copies of a system of exercise and instruction of field ggggg Sig;;;? artillery, including manceuvres for light or horse artillery, as reported by the Secretary of War, on the eighth of January, eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, agreeably to the proposals of said Hilliard, Gray and Company, made to the Secretary of War, dated on the twenty-seventh October, eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, in their specimen marked B; and when so printed, bound and delivered, the Secretary of War To bg dim;. is hereby directed to apportion the same among the several states and buted among territories, and in the District of Columbia, for the use of the militia ggrfggtssa 3;; thereof, according to the number of the militia in each state and terri- met Op C,,;,,,,,- tory and the District of Columbia; and to forward to the chief magis- bia, through trate of each state and territory the number allowed to such state and *};*5 :h‘°2‘“‘*' territory as aforesaid, to be by said chief magistrate distributed among g a €s’ c` the officers of the militia of such state or territory, for their use, and the use of their successors in office, under such rules and regulations as they may direct. And the Secretary of War will cause the number of copies apportioned to the District of Columbia to be distributed among the officers of the militia in the District, under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the President of the United States. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of fourteen thou- Appropriation. sand seven hundred and ninety dollars, is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to defray the expense of printing, binding and distributing the same. Approved, March 2, 1829. S1·A·ru·r·r·: II. Can. XXXlX.—-An Act to authorize the establishment if a town, on land MMC}, 2, 1g2Q_ reserved for the use of schools, and to direct the manner of disposing of certain —······—··‘ reserved quarter sections of land for the scat of government in Florida. [Ob"1°*°·] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Certain voters States of America, in Congress assembled, That it shall and may be law- in ·l¤°kS°¤ _ ful for the qualified voters in township five, range eleven, north and west °°"°ty’FI°"d&j > to elect com in the county of Jackson, in the territory of Florida, to elect, in such missioriers to manner asmay be directed by the county court of said county, three fit my of ¤ f<>W¤ and discreet commissioners, who shall be, and they are hereby, authorized, g,';s°h°°l I““d“’ by and with the consent of the voters of said township, to be obtained ` in such manner as the said county court shall direct, to lay off and establish a town on one quarter or two adjoining eighths of the sixteenth section
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