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Art. Page.
Deranged officers, allowance to,

25 58
Desertion, punishment for,

18,56,73
Penalty for inticing soldiers to desert, 19 57
Discharge from service, how obtained,

15
Allowance to be made when granted, 58,66,75
Disabilities-See Pensions.
Divine service, attendance on,

2 13
Dragoons, light, liable to serve on foot,

63
Their clothing,

1 79
One surgeon's mate to be added to regt. of, 98

Troops of, number of officers and men each, 4 ib.
Drunkenness, how punished,

45 24
Duels, punishment for wilfully suffering,

26

19
Duelling,

ib.
Duty, hiring done, how punished,

47 24

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ENLISTMENTS, form of; oath, &c.

E
NLIST

15,117,118
Premiums to officers for,

11 71
Enemy, relieving, how punished,

56 25
Corresponding with, &c.

57 ib.
Engineers, article respecting their duty, &c. 63 27
Corps of, to be organized,

26 58
Where stationed,

27 59
Principal engineer, &c.

28 ib.
Promotions in,

26 ib.
Subject to courts martial,

96 35
A teacher of the French and drawing to be
attached to,

2 60
One artificer and 18 men to be added to, 3 ib.

Act making further provision for the corps of, 88
Eighteen month's men may be enlisted,

86
Embezzlements, &c.

39 22
Evidence before courts martial,

73 30

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F
False alarms,

Certificates,
Musters,

Returns,
Farrier, one to each company of light artillery,
Forage masters—their pay, &c.
Forage, fuel, straw, &c.

Monies when to be paid in lieu of,
Officers of light artillery allowed,

Allowance for each horse per day,
Forcing a safeguard,

49 24
14 17
15 ib.
18 ib.
2 79
84,85
40,41
7 52
1 79

41
55 25

Franking letters granted to certain officers,
Fraud or cowardice,
Frontiers, see Rangers.
Furloughs by whom granted,

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GENERALS,

G
ENERALS, two additional to be appointed, 3 62
Seven and their staff,

4 69 Two additional,

1 101 Com'g the U. S. army, allowed a sec'ry, 5 95 Staff, regulations of the duties of,

47 Gestures and menacing words,

76 30 Governor of N. Y. his authority to call out the militia, 113 Guardians and parents—See Minors. Gun to be fired at day-break at certain posts,

46

H Harness

ARNESS Makers-See Saddlers. Half pay-See Widows and Pay. Hiring duty performed, or conniving at, Hospital Surgeons-See Surgeons.

47, 48 24

4 69

I INFANTRI NFANTRY of the army, number of regiments, 1 97

Companies, of what number to consist, 2 ib. Inspector General, his rank, pay, &c. Allowed two assistants, their rank, pay,

&c. ib. Dep. Inspec. Gens. their assistants, pay, &c. 2 101 His postage free,

3 102 Sub-inspectors, to be appointed, Of brigade, allowance for forage,

103 Instructions for recruiting officers, Judge Advocate, and his duty,

69 28 Further duty,

33,34 Oath,

93 ib. Who may appoint,

21 57 One to each division, Justice and good order to be preserved,

3 95

115

1974 32 20

KEEPERS of Arsenals, &c. their duty.

Kettles and tin pans, to be furnished the soldiers,

8 93

41

L LANDS

ANDS-See Bounty. Lt. Artillery...See Artillery--Lt. Dragoons...See Dragoons.

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Art. Page.

87
76 30

105
108
111

113

M
MALT liquor, may be supl’A, instead of spirits

, 2 61
Magazines, and Arsenals, keepers to make returns, 8 93
Master Masons, two be appointed; their pay, &c.
Menacing words or gestures,
Militia, when in the service of the United States, 97 35

Act respecting pay of,

For calling out detachment of 100,000,
Of New-York, Governor's authority to order

into service,
Courts martial for trial of, to be composed
of militia officers only,

35,109
Military peace establishment, act fixing,
Force, additional,

61,68,86
Establishment to be completed,
Stores, by whom provided,

81 82
Law, who subject to,
Agents, their duty,

Law respecting repealed,
Minors not to be enlisted without consent of parents, 54,71
Musters, false,

Commissary of,
Muster rolls, returns of,
Mute or perverse prisoners,

70 29
Mutiny, &c. and punishment for not suppressing, 7, 8 14.

50

65

1985

56
18 85

15 17
16 ib.
13 16

NON-Commissioned officers-See Soldiers.
New-York, militia of the state of, Governor's au-

thority to order them into service,

113

o
Oath
ATHS to be taken, by officers and soldiers, 57,74

To be taken by n. c. officers and soldiers, 10 15
To be taken by members of courts martial, 69 28
To be taken by judge advocate,

29
To be administered to witnesses,

73 30
To be taken by members and judge advo-
cate on court of enquiry,

93 34
Order and justice,

32 20
Organization of the army, act for the more perfect, 97
Ordnance, act for the better regulation of,

91
Commissary General, Assistant, Deputies,
and Assistant Deputies, to be appointed
their rank, pay, emoluments and duty, 91-93

Art. Page. Officers, to subscribe the articles of war,

77 30 Arrest of,

77 30 Recruiting, instructions for,

115 Compensation for extra services,

20 74 For each recruit enlisted,

54 Field and staff of the new army,

68 Killed or dying in service, their widows, &c. allowance to,

55,64,67,73 Not to lie out of their quarters,

42 23 Qath to be taken by

20 57 Of artillery, subject to be tried by c. martial,36 35. Of militia when in service,

97 ib. Serving under any particular state, 98 36 Provision for those attending g. c. martial, 22 58 Rank, those highest in to command, 62 26 To be fixed by the President,

3 80 Redress for wrongs,

34 21 Term of confinement,

79 31 Com’ing a guard, &c. to receive and report, but not to release prisoners,

80-82 ib. To be tried by court martial,

75 30 Their subsistence,

5 52 Estimated,

23 75 Their stationary, regulation respecting,

43 To be citizens of the United States,

9 65 Unbecoming conduct,

83 31 Who may die or be killed in service, 94 34 Wounded or disabled-See Pensions.

PARADI ,

P
ARADE, absence from,

44 23 Parents und guardians-See Minors. Pay of officers and men,

51,62,70,103 Of engineers, cadets, &c.

25 58 Of the corps of artificers,

87 Of the militia when in service,

105,112 Of the rangers,

3 67 And subsistence,

7 70 Extra and allowance to soldiers,

44 Arrears of, not to exceed two months,

54,72 See Quarter Master General-Ordnance. Half-pay for 5 years allowed to widows and children of deceased officers,

15 55

66 For three months to the heirs of soldiers killed, Pay Master of the army, and district pay masters, 16

94 District and regimental,

55

Art. Page.
Dep. Pay Mast. Gen. & assistants, pay, &c. 2 101
Peace Establishment-See Military.
Penalty for desertion,

20 18
For enlisting persons under age,

11 54
For purchasing soldiers' clothing, &c. 1957
Pension list, who to be placed on,

55,64,67,72,77
Physicians, regulations respecting,

45
Postage of letters of certain officers free,

83,102
Posts, abandoned,

52 25
Prisoners, officers com'g: guard, &c. to receive, 80-82 31
President-See Appointments-Promotion.
Promotion, rules respecting,

47,98
Property maliciously destroyed,

54 25
Provoking speeches, &c.

24 19
Public stores taken from the enemy,

58 26
Purveyor of public supplies, his office abolished, 9 83

QUARTERS

Q
UARTERS, regulations respecting,

37
Quitting guard, platoon, &c.

50 24
Quar. Master General's department, act to organize, 80
Act establishing amended,

96
Rank, pay, duty, &c.

81,96,97
Deputies and assistants to take an oath,

82
To give bonds,

4 96
Prohibited dealing in certain articles, 1 ib.
Allowance for clerk hire,

11 83
Not accountable for subordinate officers,

97
To appoint waggon and forage masters, 12 84
Barrack masters,

2 96
His letters free of postage,

10 83
Dep. Qr. Mas. Gen. pay, duty, oath, bond, 80,81,96,97

In what case additional ones to be appointed, 2 101
Asst. D. Q. M. Gen. pay, duty, oath, bond, 80,81,96,97
Quarter Master Sergeants, their pay,

103

R
RANK,

And command,
Rangers, 6 companies to be raised,

Pay, rations, disabilities, &c,

Act amending,
Ration, description of,
Recruits, their bounty,
Recruiting officers, instructions for,
Redress, how obtained,

3 80
62 26

66
67
103
52,70
54,71

115
34 21

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