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THE

Public Statutes at Large

OF THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

FROM THE

ORGANIZATION OF THE GOVERNMENT IN 1789, TO MARCH 3, 1845.

ARRANGED IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.

WITH

REFERENCES TO THE MATTER OF EACH ACT AND TO THE SUBSEQUENT ACTS

ON THE SAME SUBJECT,

AND

COPIOUS NOTES OF THE DECISIONS

OF THE

Courts of the United States

CONSTRUING THOSE ACTS, AND UPON THE SUBJECTS OF THE LAWS.

WITH AN

INDEX TO THE CONTENTS OF EACH VOLUME,

ANDA

FULL GENERAL INDEX TO THE WHOLE WORK, IN THE CONCLUDING VOLUME.

TOGETHER WITH

The Declaration of Endependence, the Articles of Confederation, and

the Constitution of the United States;

AND ALSO,
TABLES, IN THE LAST VOLUME, CONTAINING LISTS OF THE ACTS RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY,

IMPOSTS AND TONNAGE, THE PUBLIC LANDS, ETC.

EDITED BY
RICHARD PETERS, ESQ.,

COUNSELLOR AT LAW.

The rights and interest of the United States in the stereotype plates from wnich this work is printed, are hereby recogniseda
Kimowledged, and declared by the publishers, according to the provisions of the joint resolution of Congress, passed March 3, 1845.

VOL. III.

BOSTON:

LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY.

THE

Public Statutes at Large

OF THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

FROM THE

ORGANIZATION OF THE GOVERNMENT IN 1789, TO MARCH 3, 1845.

ARRANGED IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.

WITH

REFERENCES TO THE MATTER OF EACH ACT AND TO THE SUBSEQUENT ACTS

ON THE SAME SUBJECT,

AND

COPIOUS NOTES OF THE DECISIONS

OF THE

Courts of the United States

CONSTRUING THOSE ACTS, AND UPON THE SUBJECTS OF THE LAWS.

WITH AN

INDEX TO THE CONTENTS OF EACH VOLUME,

AND A

FULL GENERAL INDEX TO THE WHOLE WORK, IN THE CONCLUDING VOLUME.

TOGETHER WITH

The Declaration of kndependence, the articles of Confederation, and

the Constitution of the United States;

AND ALSO, TABLES, IN THE LAST VOLUME, CONTAINING LISTS OF THE ACTS RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY,

IMPOSTS AND TONNAGE, THE PUBLIC LANDS, ETC.

EDITED BY
RICHARD PETERS, ESQ.,

COUNSELLOR AT LAW.

The rights and interest of the United States in the stereotype plates from wnich this work is printed, are hereby recognisedo Iconowledged, and declared by the publishers, according to the provisions of the joint resolution of Congress, passed March 3, 1845.

VOL. III.

BOSTON:
LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY.

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Military Land Warrants. An act further extending the time for issuing and locating mili-
tary land warrants. (Obsolete.) July 5, 1813......

3

Reward of the Officers and Crew of the Hornet, and Lieutenant Elliott. An act to reward the

officers and crew of the sloop of war Hornet; and Lieutenant Elliott and his offi-

cers and companions. July 13, 1813.......

Franking Privilege to the Superintendant-General of Military Supplies. An act freeing from

postage all letters and packets to and from the superintendant-general of military

supplies. July 13, 1813..

4

Claims of the United States to Goods, fc., captured by private armed Vessels. An act to

relinquish the claims of the United States to certain goods, wares, and merchandise

captured by private armed vessels. (Obsolete.) July 13, 1813....

4

Turnpike Road in the County of Alexandria. An act to incorporate a company for making a
certain turnpike road in the county of Alexandria. July 13, 1813......

5

Turnpike Road in the County of Washington. An act to incorporate a company for making

a certain turnpike road in the county of Washington, in the District of Columbia.

July 13, 1813.....

12

Defence of the Ports and Harbours of the United States. An act providing for the further

defence of the ports and harbours of the United States. July 16, 1813............ 18

Suits and Costs in the Courts of the United States. An act concerning suits and costs in

courts of the United States. July 22, 1813....

19

Collection of Direct Taxes and Internal Revenues. An act for the assessment and collection

of direct taxes and internal duties. (Repealed.) July 22, 1813....

22

Forage to Officers of the Army. An act to regulate the allowance of forage to officers in the

army of the United States. July 22, 1813.....

34

Mobile made a Port of Entry. An act to establish the town of Mobile a port of entry. July

22, 1813...

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