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Page Militia, pensions for wounds, and half pay to widows and orphans 20,247 provision for the pay of those called into service
- 59, 142 of Missouri and Indiana, certain companies to be paid for services in 1832 - . .
149 appropriations for camp equipage for, &c. officers of Post Office establishment exempt from militia duty
170 officers of the army may temporarily discharge duties of paymasters to .
233 further provision for settling claims of States on account of the service of . - - -
254 Military road along frontiers of Missouri and Arkansas, established Military posts along frontiers of Missouri and Arkansas, established 144 Military establishment. See Army. Military Academy, appropriations for - - - - - 150 Military stores, accoutrements, and camp equipage, appropriations
for - - Miles John, pension granted him
127 Milwaukee land district established
83 Milwaukee river, survey mouth of
251 Mint, appropriations for
38, 227 Mineral Point, in Wisconsin, town to be laid off
148 Miscellaneous claims, appropriations for
41 Missionaries, pay for improvements of .
152 Missouri State, western boundary extended to Missouri river
60 Missouri river, improve navigation of ..
146 Missourias Indians, annuity to
70 Mississippi river, improve navigation to New Orleans
146 improve above mouth of Ohio
146 improve to New Orleans, arrears
147 deepen mouth of . .
251 near city of St. Louis, change current of
251 Mississippi State, five per cent. of proceed of Chickasaw lands to
be paid to . Mitchell Wm., money paid for patent refunded Monro Jemima, seven years' half pay of her father paid her
209 Moore James, his heirs allowed seven years' halt pay .
198 Moore Daniel, and Stokes & Stockton, provisions for settlement of their account -
. 201 Morgan Gideon, Col., pension granted him .
54 appropriation for arrears of pension to
156 Morgan General, renew gold medal presented to
143 Mullings James, pension granted him -
111 Munsee Indians, appropriation for
Nashville and New Orleans Rail-road, construct through the pub
lic lands Nash Ira, paid for Indian depredations Navy Department, bours of business in
appropriations for naval service in 1836
Navy, appropriation for steam ship
magazine, and other improvements -
Magazines, appropriations for
appropriation for custom-house at -
remove wreck in harbor of
lands - - - - -
renewed and presented to
Oak Orchard creek, improve harhor at mouth of
published - -
boundary of . ..
boundary between established
improve from Louisville to New Orleans
Ordnance office, clerks to be employed in
28, 1836, with -
Pacific ocean, exploring expedition to be sent into the .
Commissioner of Patents appointed, Patent Office created
and organized, &c. -
provision for extension of
Bank of the United States to cease paying, Secretary of
War to provide for payment of
Florida, provided ..
Florida, provided .
Pensions, widows and orphans of militia, sea fencibles, rangers
and volunteers, entitieù io iive years ball-pay - 246 not to be withheld by reason of indebtedness to U. S. - 56 revolutionary, cannot be pledged or disposed of in any
way - - - Pensions, granted to
Benedict Alford and Robert Brush -
sons Smith, Josiah H. Brown, Isaac Carter, James
Calvin, James B. Folsom -.
and Leslie Combs -
Mullings - -
119 Wm. Foxworthy, Ephraim F. Gilbert, Godfrey Vought,
John Lent -
miah Goldsmith -
123 Ebenezer Dewey, Benjamin Parkhurst, Daniel Havens, Jonas Comins -
124 Isacc Ruland, Job Daniels, Daniel Trabue, Benjamin Coit.
125 Robert Smith, John Daw, Andrew Gray
126 Samuel M. Asbury, John Miles, Josiah Curtis, Wm. Pattie .
Pensions, granted to
Alpheus Hutchins .
General Eleazer W. Ripley - :
Widow of Peter Smith
Amy Wilson, Elizabeth Mays .
Mary J. Babbitt
at Pulaski, in Tennessee
contract . -