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RESOLVED, That when any desertion shall happen from the troops of the United States, the officer commanding the regiment or corps to which the deserters belonged, shall be responsible, that an immediate report of the same be made to the commanding officer of the forces of the United States present.

RESOLVED, That the commanding officer of any of the forces in the service of the United States shall, upon report made to him of any desertions in the troops under his orders, cause the most immediate and vigorous search to be made after the deserter or deserters, which may be conducted by a commissioned or non-commisioned officer, as the case shall require: That if such search should prove ineffectual, the officer commanding the regiment or corps to which the deserter or deserters belonged, shall insert in the nearest gazette, or newspaper, an advertisement, descriptive of the deserter or deserters, and offering a reward, not exceeding ten dollars, for each deserter who shall be apprehended and secured in any of the gaols of the neighboring states. That the charges of advertising deserters, the reasonable extra expenses incurred by the person conducting the pursuit, and the reward, shall be paid by the secretary at war, on the certificate of the commanding officer of the troops.

OF THE

A P P E N D I X.

Pace

Treaty with the United Netherlands

1

Convention with the same

10

Provisional articles with Great-Britain

11

Armistice with the same

14

Definitive treaty of peace with the same

15

Treaty of amity, commerce and navigation with the same

19

Explanatory article to the above treaty

37

Convention with Great-Britain

58

Treaty of peace and friendship with Morocco

40

Treaty of peace and amity with Algiers

45

Treaty of friendship, limits and navigation with Spain

50

Treaty of peace and friendship with Tripoli

57

Treaty of peace and friendship with Tunis

Treaty of amity and commerce with Prussia

65

Convention with France

Articles of agreement and confederation with the Delaware nation 83

Articles of a treaty with the Wyandot, Delaware, Chippawa and

Ottawa nations

85

Articles of a treaty with the Shawanoe nation

87

Articles of a treaty with the Wyandot, Delaware, Ottawa, Chippa-

wa, Pattawatima and Sac nations

89

Treaty of peace with the Wyandots, Delawares, Shawanoes, Otta-

was, Chippawas, Putawatimes, Miamis, Eel-river, Weeas,

Kickapoos, Piankashaws and Kaskaskias

95

Articles of a treaty with the Six nations

98

Treaty with the same

ib:

Articles of a treaty with the Cherokees

101

Treaty of peace and friendship with the Cherokee nation

103

Articles of a treaty with the Cherokee indians

106

Articles of a treaty with the same

107

Articles of a treaty with the Choctaw nation

110

Treaty of friendship, limits and accommodation with the same 112

Articles of a treaty with the Chickasaws

Treaty of reciprocal advantage and mutual convenience with the

115

Treaty of peace and friendship with the Creek nation

116

Treaty of peace and friendship with the same

119

Treaty with the Oneida, Tuscorora and Stockbridge indians 122

Treaty with the Seven nations of Canada

12S

Articles of agreement and cession with Georgia

124

Declaration of independence

127

Articles of confederation

130

Ordinance for the government of the north-western territory 137

Census

142

Return of ordnance, arms, &c.

Rules and articles of war

145

Judet.

5

6

А

Arrest.
See Army

No. 21
ABATEMENT.

Bankrupt

22
See Judiciary
No. 22, 32

Crimes

34, 36, 37

Judiciary 11, 33, 72
Accessary.
See Crimes

u | ARSENALS AND MAGA:

ZINES.
Accountant of the navy. See page 9.
See Navy Department
Public Officers

21 Assistant of the secretary of

the treasury':
Accountant of the war de-

See Public Officers

10
partment.

Treasury Department 1, 12
See Public Officers

21
War Department 4, 5, 8, 9 Attorney general.

See Judiciary

65
Admiralty.

Post-Office and Post-Roads
See Judiciary 9, 12, 13, 19, 30, 41

42
Seamen

Public Officers 19, 21, 25, 31

Treasury Department 14
ALIEN ENEMIES.
See page 1.

Auditor.

See Public Officers 5, 19, 20, 21
Ambassador.

Treasury Department 1, 5,
See Public Minister.
Appeal.
See Judiciary 10, & seq. 20,
& seq. 30, 49

B
Armories.

Bdil.
See Arsenals and Magazines 2,

See Judiciary 12, 33, 47, 58, 72
4, 7, & seq.

BANK.
Arms.

See page 12.
See Arsenals and Magazines 4,

BANKRUPT.
5, 6, 7
Fortifications

3, 5 See page 18.
Militia

25, & seq.

Benefit of clergy.
ARMY.

See Crimes
See page 2.

14, 25

.

See Army

20, 21

Bribery.

Collector.
See Crimes

No. 21 See Duties No. 4, 9, &c
Duties, collection of 88

Duties, collection of, thro'.

out.
Public Oficers 42, &c. 47,

48, 50, &c.
с

Quarantine 1, 2, 4, 6
Cadet.

Ships or Vessels through-

out.
7, 9, 10

Treasury Department 17,13
Chancery.

COLUMBIA DISTRICT.
See Equity

See page 37.
Chaplain.

Commissioner of loans.
See avy

15, 56
Public Officers

See Debt
37

3, 5, 6, 10, 11
Public Officer's

Treasury Department 17
Charge des affaires.
See Public minister.

Commissioner ofthe revenue.
See Duties

4
Chief judge.

Public Officers
See Columbia District 23, 29,

Treasury Department 13,
34, 46

14, 17
City of Washington.

Commissioner of the sink-
Sue Columbia District.

ing fund.
Clearance.

See uut inroughout.
See Treasury Department

18

Compensation.
Clerk.

See Public Oficers.
See Columbia district 23, 29,43
Copy-right

s Comptroller.
Duties

6, 7

See vary Department
Judiciary 7, 46,& seq. 66, 71,

Public Offici rs

4, 19, &c.
87, 94, 100, & seq.

Treasury Department I, S,
Nary Department

2

23, &c.
Public Officers ll, 12, 14,

Consul.
& seq. 22, & seq. 37, 40
State Department

81
2, 11 Sie sluties, collection of
Treasury Department 8, 9,

Foreign Nations
16, 17

Judiciary

9, 13
War Department 2, 3

State Department
Coasting Trade.

Contempt.
See Seawen

15

See Judiciary
Ships or Vessels 1, 30, &c.

Condested election.
Coins.

See Legislature
See Mint.

1, &c.

1, &c.

34, 40

21, 22

COPY RIGHT.

Deputy surveyor.
See page 55.

See Western Lands No. 41, &c.
Corruption of blood.

District attorney:
See Crimes

No. 2 See Columbia Disiriet 28, 29

Judiciary 35, 67, 68, 71,91,96
Costs.
See Judiciary

20, 43, 71 Docks.
See Navy

12
Counterfeiting
See Bank

12 Door-keeper.
Crimes

14, 15

See Public Officers
Debt

9
Ships or Vessels 25, 27, 58 Drawback.

See Duties, collection of 75, &c.
Court-martial,

131, 132, 133
See Army

14, 22, 25
Fisheries

5, 6
Militia
Navy

42, &c.

DUTIES.

See page 99.
Court of inquiry.
See Navy

51, &c.

DUTIES, COLLECTION OF.

See page 112.
CRIMES.
See page 60.
Criminals.
See Columbia District 44

E
Crimes throughout.

Electors.
Cryer.

See President
See Judiciary

70

Engineers,
See Army

6, 30, 31, 32
D

Equity.
Debenture.

See Judiciary 15, 16, 30, 41
See Duties, collection of 80, &c.

Evidences of the publicdebt.
DEBT.

See Western Lands 19, 53, 58
See page 73.

Execution.
Dedimus potestatem.

See Judiciary 18, 23, &c. 41, 57,
See Judiciary

30

77

Militia
Demurrer.

Treasury Department 34
See Judiciary

32

Extortion.
Deposition.

See Judiciary

45
$uc Judiciary

Ships or Vessels 25, 57

1, &c.

30, 99

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