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					1794]         Thc ~‘tatutc~ at Large of Pennsylvania.                  197

militia engaged for the suppression of the aforesaid insurrec-.
tion, if he shall deem it necessary, and the said surgeons and
quartermasters shall be entitled to the same pay and rations as
surgeons and quartermasters :in the service of the United States.
    [Section VI.] (Section VI, P. J~.) And be it further enacted
by the authority aforesaid, That the sum of one hundred and
twenty thousand dollars be appropriated for providing the neces-
sary arms and ammunition, and for defraying the other neces-
sary incidental expenses for carrying into effect the objects o~f
this act; which sums shall be paid by the state treasurer upon
the warrants of the governor, out of the funds appropriated by
law to pay the expenses of government; and an account of the
disbursements thereof shall be exhibited to the officers of ac-
count, for examination and settlement, as iii other cases, with
like appeals as directed by an act of the general assembly en-
titled “An act to provide for the settlement of public accounts,
and for other purposes therein mentioned”1 and the governor
shall cause a statement thereof to be laid before the general as-
sembly at the next ensuing session.
        iChapter 1696.
        Passed September 19, 1794. Recorded L. B. No. 5, p. 349, &e.
        IPassed April 4, 1792, Chapter 1627.




                      CHAPTER MDCCLXXX.



AN ACT ENABLING CERTAIN FREEMEN OF THE COUNTY OF NORTH-
 TJMBERLAND TO VOTE AT THE FIRST ELECTION DISTRICT, AT
 THEIR NEXT GENERAL ELECTION.

  Whereas by the proclamation of the honorable judges of th&
supreme couit it is directed that a court of nisi prius shall be
holden in the county of Northumberland, on the thirteenth day
of October next, which will interfere with the time of holding
the general election, and unless some provision is made to en-
able such persons as may be necessarily attending the said court
198              The Statutes at Lai~ycof Penn~ylrania.                  [1794

      from distant places to exercise their right of suffrage, they may
      be deprived thereof.
         [Section I.] (Section I, P. L.) Be it enacted by the Senate
      and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Penn-
      sylvania, in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted l,y
      the authority of the same, That all freemen of the county of
      Northumberland who are duly qualified to vote at the general
      election of the same county, and who shall be called to attend
      at a court of nisi prius to be holden in the county of Northumber-
       land, on the thirteenth day of October next, as justices, jurors,
      attorneys, constables, witnesses, parties, or otherwise, in any
      action or prosecution therein depending, shall be allowed at
      the next election to deliver in their votes at Sunbury, to the in
      spector of Augusta township in the first district of the said
      county, the act of the general assenibly for regulating general
      elections notwithstanding.
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             Pa~se~eptember 22, 1794. Recdrded L. B. No. 5, p. 359 &e.




                          CHAPTER MI)COLXXXI.


       AN ACT FOR ESTABLISHING AND BUILDING A BRIDGE ACROSS TH~
                     RAYSTOWN BRANCH OF JUNIATA.

          Whereas it bath been represented to the legislature by the
       petition of William Wallace that the erecting a gqod and sub-
       stantial bridge across the Raystown branch of Juniata, on the
       great road leading from Philadelphia to Pittsburg, in the county
       of Bedford, would greatly benefit the community at large. And
       whereas William Wallace, in order to facilitate the communica-
       tion between Philadelphia and Pittsburg, and at the same time
       in expectation of some advantages to himself, is desirotis of
       erecting a bridge over the aforesaid branch of Junlata at his
       own proper cost and expense, and therefore hath prayed the
       legislature to vest the said bridge, when built, In him, his heirs
       and assigns forever, with liberty to demand and receive such

				
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