The Military Laws of the United States: Relating to the Army, Volunteers, Militia, and to Bounty Lands and Pensions, from the Foundation of the Government to the Year 1863. To which are Prefixed the Constitution of the United States (with an Index Thereto,) and a Synopsis of the Military Legislation of Congress During the Revolutionary War

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1794 Jan 13 Chap 1 An act making an alteration in the flag of the United
June 7 Chap 52 An act in addition to the Act for making further
Feb 28 Chap 36 An act to provide for calling forth the militia
1796 May 12 Chap 25 An act allowing compensation for horses killed
1997 June 23 Chap 3 An act to provide for the further defence of the ports
Feb 20 bap 9 An art to suspend in part an act entitled An
An act concerning the District of Columbia
1806 April 10 Chap 20 An act for establishing rules and articles for
April 25 Chap 58 An act concerning invalid pensioners
March 28 Chap 46 An act to establish a quartermasters department
1812 April 29 Chap 72 An act making further provision for the corps
1812 Dec 12 Chap 4 An act increasing the pay of the noncommissioned
Feb 24 Chap 24 An act making provision for an additional number
1813 March 3 Res 2 Resolution requesting the President of the United
July 22 Chap 17 An act to regulate the allowance of forage to officers
April 18 Chap 82 An act in addition to the act entitled An act
March 3 Chap 52 An act for the better organization of the general
March 3 Chap 79 An act fixing the military peace establishment
1817 March 3 Chap 45 An act to provide for the prompt settlement of public
1818 March 18 Chap 19 An act to provide for certain persons engaged
May 12 Chap 97 An act to establish an uniform mode of discipline
1821 March 2 Chap 13 An act to reduce and fix the military peace establish
the prompt settlement of public accounts and for the punishment
1825 March 3 Chap 93 An act to authorize the sale of unserviceable ordnance
1830 May 29 Chap 183 An act to exempt deserters in time of peace from
1842 August 23 Chap 191 An act to amend the acts of July one thousand
March 3 Chap 65 An act making appropriations for the support of
June 26 Chap 33 An act to provide for the organization of the volun
1862 July 2 Chap 127 An act to provide for additional medical officers
1847 March 2 Res 5 Resolutions giving the thanks of Congress to Major
August 14 Chap 173 An act making appropriations for the support
1848 March 9 Res 2 Joint resolution expressive of the thanks of Congress
March 3 Chap 25 An act to found a military asylum for the relief
August 31 Chap 108 An act making appropriations for the civil
Feb 3 Chap 58 An act for the relief of Brevet BrigadierGeneral Ben
March 3 Chap 208 An act making appropriations for the support
1857 Feb 7 Chap 36 An act supplementary to an act to organize an institu
1857 March 3 Chap 106 An act making appropriations for the support
1859 March 3 Chap 83 An act making appropriations for the support of
1861 February 21 Chap 49 An act making appropriations for the naval ser
1860 June 10 Chap 66 An act to amend an act entitled An act to organize
1861 July 13 Chap 3 An act further to provide for the collection of duties
1861 August 6 Chap 58 An act to authorize an increase in the corps of engi
1861 December 24 Chap 3 An act relative to courtmartials in the army
June 18 Chap 109 An act providing that the officers of volunteers shall
July 11 Chap 148 An act for the establishment of certain national
of the government of the United States from taking consideration
1849 March 2 Res 12 A resolution authorizing the secretary of war to fur

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