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1. Cook allowed a sention,
An Act for the Relief of David Cook and Thom
mas Campbell. Section 1. D E it enacted by the Senate and
D House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress asembled, That David Cook, a captain of artillery in the late war, and who, being shot through the body at the battle of Monmouth, is rendered incapable to obtain his livelihood by labor, shall be placed on the penfion-list of the United States, and shall be entitled to one-third of his monthly pay, as a captain of artillery : Provided, That he return into the treasury-office, a sum equivalent to two-thirds of his commutation of half-pay, being the proportion of his pension to the amount of his commutation. ,
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That Thomas Campbell be placed on the pension-list, and that the half-pay of a captain of infantry be allowed to the said Thomas Campbell, who has been fo injured by repeated wounds in the service of his country, that he is unable to support himself by labor : Provided, That he return into the treasury-office a fum equivalent to the whole of his commutation of half-pay.
JONATHAN TRUMBULL, Speaker
of the House of Representatives. JOHN ADAMS, Vice-President of the United
States, and President of the Senate.
of Government for the Year one thousand feven
hundred and ninety-two. Section 1. PE it enacted by the Senate and
D Houfe of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That for the service of the year one thousand Specific ap. seven hundred and ninety-two, and the sup- propria port of the civil list of the United States, in- 1792. cluding the incidental and contingent expenses of the several departments and offices thereof, there shall be appropriated a sum of money not exceeding three hundred and twenty-nine thoufand, fix hundred and fifty-three dollars, and Civil lin. fifty-six cents; that is to say,
For the compensations granted by law to the tid President of the United States, the Vice-Prefi- president dent, Chief Justice, Associate Judges, and At- ; torney General, fifty-three thousand dollars. judges and
attorneyFor the like compensations to the District general; Judges, nineteen thousand eight hundred dol- district
For the like compensations to the members members of the Senate and House of Representatives, and the officers and attendants of the two of Repre
sentatives, Houses, estimated on a sessions of six months com continuance, and including the travelling ex- attendants: penses of the members, one hundred and twenty-nine thousand, seven hundred and thirty dollars.
and officers For the like compensations to the Secretary of the treaand officers of the several departments of the fury,clerks
and attenTreasury of the United States, including clerks dants, anck and attendants, and the salaries of the respec- loan offi.
of Senate epicicilalVC, and House
tive loan-officers, fixty thousand three hundred
dollars. compensa-, For the like compensations to the Secretary eions to len na
f and officers of the department of State, fix liate and thousand three hundred dollars. allicers,
etary For the like compensations to the Secretary of war and and officers of the department of War, nine, ulicers,
thousand fix hundred dollars. Ibard com. For the like compensations to the members nilioners, kesudic. of the Board of Commissioners, for the settle
ment of the accounts between the United States and the individual states, including clerks and attendants, thirteen thousand one hundred dola
lars. Governors, For the like compensations to the Goverjudges and
her olla nors, Judges and other officers of the Western ers of w. Territory of the United States, including conteritory. tincencies, eleven thousand dollars.
For the payment of the annual grant to B. Stcuben. Baron Steuben, pursuant to an act of Congress,
two thousand five hundred dollars. ons. For the payment of fundry pensions grant
ed by the late government, two thousand feven' hundred and sixty-seven dollars, and seventy
three cents. Incidental For defraying all other incidental and con erpen!es of tingent expenses of the civil list establishment, &c. and the including firewood, stationary, together with bonles the printing work, and all other contingent
expenses of the two Houses of Congress, rent and office-expenses of the three several departa ments, namely, Treasury, State, War, and of the General Board of Commissioners, twentyone thousand five hundred and fifty-five dola'
lars, and eighty-three cents. " Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the