| Navy officers, sailors and marines, entitled to same emoluments as in land service 85, 162: Land bounty to Dr.
William Brown 106: Office of commissioner of war abolished,
and duties transferred to executive; consequently, certificates for land bounties to be
ordered by executive 133, 134: Officers of the navy, sailors, and marines, entitled to
same land bounty and other emoluments, as officers and soldiers in Virginia line on continental
establishment 162: Deputation of officers to choose
superintendants, for locating and surveying lands granted to officers and soldiers on continental
and state establishments 309: One sixth of surveyor's fees
reserved for William and Mary college 310: Warrants for
bounty lands, when to be delivered 310: Limitation as to
number of surveys 310: −− Warrants to be classed
and drawn for by lot 311: Priority of location determined by
lot 311: Locations and surveys to be made under the direction
of the superintendants 311. Assignees of warrants to pay one
dollar a hundred, besides legal fees 311: All the good lands
on the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers, to be first surveyed, then on the north west side of the
Ohio, between Scioto and Little Miami 312: Governor, if
necessary, may furnish military aid 312: Four thousand acres
| a prime tract, on the Mississippi, may be laid off for a town 312: Lands granted to George Rogers Clarke, his officers and
men, how apportioned, surveyed and patented 335: Proclamation
suspending the surveying of military lands 447: Digest of
laws on the subject of land bounties 559.
| LAND OFFICE.
| Fees of land office to be paid into treasury 443: When register to account 443: Penalty for failure 443: Bond and security 443:
Fees to be paid down 444: Fees credited, to be accounted for,
as if paid 444: Register placed on the civil list 444: His salary and that of his deputy 444: Vacancy in office of register, how supplied 444: Fees on determination of caveats, how paid 444.
| Military warrants & certificates to be received for land-warrants
22: Lands of Richard Goodall, liable to escheat, vested in
Parke Goodall 55. −− Charles Carter re-vested of
certain entailed lands remaining unsold, under a former law 55: How lands distrained for taxes shall be sold 68, 115, 116: Officers and soldiers to give in their land claims 83: −− How their land warrants are to be obtained 83, 133: Bounty in lands
confirmed 84: Additional bounty for six years 84: No locations within their bounds 84: Their certificates