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? bJettlHuss In Florid*v
406 00
temporary clerks in the Pension Of
ce, in addition to the balance of ap
76,000 00 I
p~t cUb***?*' ^
meat, for furniture and labor rendered
necesaary in consequence of tba in
crease of business and number of
dark*, and for deficiency in estimate. 1,700 00
Interior Department.
For l
fice, .
propriationa now on hand 32,933 27
For salary of recorder of land titles in
Missouri 600 00
For compensation of the surveyor-gene
ral of Oregon 1,600 00
For aalariee of the attorney and marshal
of the Territory of New Mexico 400 00
For salaries of the governor, judges, sec
retary, attorney, and marshal of the
Territory of Utah >???"? 8,000 00
For compensation and mileage of mem
bers ol the Legislative Assembly, offi
cers, clerks, and contingent expenses. 84,000 00
For invalid pensions, under various acU 163,000 00
For pensions to widows and orphans,
under the acts of the fourth of July,
eighteen hundred and thirty-six, and
twenty-first July, eighteen hundred
and forty-eight .... 74,820 00
For pensions to widows, under the act of
seventh July, one thousand eight hun
dred and thirty-eight _... 56,000 00
For (tensions to widows, under the act of
the third of March, one thousand eight
hundred and forty-three 12,000 00
For pensions to widows under the acta of
the seventeenth of June, one thousand
eight hundred and forty-four, second
of February, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty-eight, and twenty-ninth
of July, one thousand eight hundred
and forty-eight . 44,000 00
For fulfilling treaty with Wyandots.. .. . 187,000 00
For fulfilling treaty with the Utabs 18,000 00
For fulfilling treaty with the Navajooe.. 18,000 00
For arrearage* of compensation from
first of October, eighteen hundred and
fifty, to thirtieth June, eighteen hun
dred and fifty-one, to the Indian agents
for the Indian tribes of California 6,760 00
For expenses of holding treaties with the
various tribes of Indiana in California,
in addition to the appropriation of the
thirtieth of September, eighteen hun
dred and fifty 26,000 00
For expenses of removal and subsistence
of the Chjppewasof Lake Superior and
the Mfosissippi from the lands ceded
under the treaties of the twenty-ninth
?, one thousand eight hundred and
??seven, and fourth of October,,
one thousand eight hundred and forty
two, in addition to appropriation of"
thirtieth September, eighteen hundredi
and fifty 26,0l>0 00
For expenses of the removal of the su'd
agency for the Cbippewas of Lake Su
perior and the Mississippi from the
old site at Lapointe to the new one,
including the erection of necessary
buildings. ; /. 3 000 0 0
For compensation and expenses of the
committee of old-settler party of C fcer
okees, their clerks, &c., for services
rendered in pursuance of the nrovi
?ions contained in the fifth ar-tide 0f
the treaty of seventeenth Augv?t. eirh
J??" J",J?dred Mld forty ?3r-l in addi
tion to the appropriation <jf thirtieth
of Ssptwaber, eighteen hundred and
fiftv. ?n full for all aerr1Ce rendered,
or hereafter to be rented 1,600 00
FoJ."P^?* holding treaties with the
wUd tnbes of the prairie, and for
bringing delegates on to the seat of
Government..... .. .100,000 00
For expenses of t'j# removal ?md wb
?*?ce of the r^octaws fronTthe Bute
of Mississippi to the Choctaw countiry
west of that river, in addition to for
mer appropriations for that object. ... 20,000 00
For payment to the Winnebago Indiana
of this sum erroneously char g-ed
against the fund of ten thousand dol
lar* set apart (outof the consider ation
to be paid for the lands ceded) Wj the
eighth clause of the fourth article of
the treaty of the first of November,
eighteen hundred and thirty r?even.. 6,228 28
For payment to the Cherokee ns.tion, in
full satisfaction and a final settlement
of all claims aad demands whatsoever
of the Cherokee nation ag ainst the
United States, under any tr eaty here
tofore made witb the Cberr?kees. And
the said Cherokee nation 'shall, on the
payment of said sum of money, exe
cute aad deliver to the United States
a full and final discbarfve for all claims
and demands whataoe ver on the Uni
ted States, except for such annuities
in money or specifio articles of prop
erty as the United States may be
bound by any treuty to pay to aaid
Cherokee nation, and except, also,
auch moneys ar.d landa, if any, aa the
United States may bold in trust for
said Cberokees.?[indefinite ]
For reappropriation of the following
sums, (carried to the surplus fund on the
thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and
forty-six, and the thirtieth June, eigh
teen hundred and forty seven,) under
the following headi':
Fulfilling treaties with the Kansas.... 8,707 21
For fulfilling treaties with the Wyandots 355 28
Support of blacksmiths, Ac., for Osages 6,606 69
Payment of claims for Osage depreda
tions..... 14,876 50
For purchase of cows and calves far
Osages 312 16
For continuing ths collection, and for
publishing toe statistics and otbev in
formation, authorised by the act of the
third of March, eighteen hundred and
forty-seven, and subsequent arts...... 15,300 00
For supplying deficiency in the amount
appropriated at the last session for the
same object 4,06100
For expensee of an agent to coMectinfor
mation, to enable ths Department to
execute the law of Coagreas provid
ing for ths per capita payment to
Cberokees, under the treaty of eighteen
hundred aad thirty-five, so far as ro
le tee to tboes Indians eaat of the Mis
siseippi 1,600 00
For removal and aoheietance of Indians.
This sum is required in order to settla
the claim adjudicated by the acCount
ing officers of the Treasury, in favor
of the Chickasaw natioa of Indians, for
loeees, Ac., In provisions purchased m
eights? hnndred and thirty-sevaa.... 62.610 37
For the pay of the several companies,
and the sxpensesof three companies of
Texas volunteers, called into service
by requisition of Brevet Major Geae
ral Brook u....236,934 34
For expenditures incident to the iaeue 01
the ten milUone dollars of stack for
Te*an Indemnity 10,000 00
For reimbursing ??s State of Florida,
under such rulee *nd regulatione ae
have heretofore -gererned the adjust
ment of similar claims of the eeveral
States oa the United States, for mo
neys advanoed and paid, sod for ex
penses incurred *n<* obligation* con
tracted by eaid State, for subsistence,
supplies, and services of local troops,
called into service during the year
eighteen hundred aad forty-nine, by
and under the authorities of said State 76,000 00
For defraying the expense of an extra
session of the Legislature of Oregon,
held agreeably ta the provisions of
?....
For tfce nay and expeaaesof four compa
niee of volunteers, called into the ser
vice of tbe United Stales by ltrevet
Lieutenant Colonel Washington, i*
New Mexico, is tbe year eighteen
hundred and forty-nine ,135,630 20
9 2,on,036 78
6,000 00
By the met making approfMemtfmr
i evolutionary oM <(urlm?wn< V*P? Untied
Stat?, fur the year tndmMk* thirtieth tfJunt.one \
' tight hundred al fiftjrtwo.
4^vretp?fitionary pensioijfc #jr the
fcH one
lijteen $ 58,000 00 |
varioolacts600,600 00 |
d orphans,
fourMk one
I 'tbiMy
tbe twenty-first, eigh- _
^ and forty-eight 640,760 00
For pension* to Widows, under the act of
seventh July, eightsen hundred and
thirty-night.. 60,000 00
For pensions to widows, under the act of
the third of March, eighteen hundred
and forty-three 1 20,000 00
For psstisM to widows, under the acts
of the seventeenth June, eighteen hun
dred and'forty four, second of Febru
ary, eighteen hundred and forty-eight,
and twenty-ninth of July, eighteen
hundred and forty-eight .. 862,640 00
For half-pay pensions to widows and or
phans, provided for by the eleventh
section of an act approved January the
twenty-ninth, eighteen huadred and
thirteen, and the first and second sec
tions of an act approved the sixteenth
of April, eighteen hundred And six*
teen, in addition to a balance remain
ing in the Treasury undrawn bn the
fifteenth of October, eighteen hundred
and fifty 10,000 00
$2.1*1,900 00
By th* act making, appropriation* for the current and
contingent expenett of the Indian department, and
for fulfilling treaty ttipulaiione with variou* In
dian tribe*, for the year ending June the thirtieth,
one thousand eight hundred ana fifty-two.
For the current and contingent ex
penses ol the Indian department, vis:
For the pay of superintendents of Indian
affairs, and the several Indian agents,
as provided by ths acts of June thir
tieth, eighteen hundred and thirty
four, and March third, eighteen butt
ered and thirty-seven, and of June
twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and
forty six, and of June fifth, eighteen
hundred and fifty, and of September
twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and^ ^ ^
For the pay of sub-Indian agents, au
thorized by the act of June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and .thirty-four.... 13,600 00
For pay of interpreters, authorized by
the same act 16,600 oo
For pay of clerk to superintendent at
St. Louis, authorized by the act of
June twenty-seventh, eighteen hun
dred and forty-six ? 1,200 00
For pay of clerk to acting superinten
dent of the Western Territory, by the
same act 1,000 00
For buildings at agencies and repairs
thereof. ? 2,000 00
For presents to Indians..... 6,000 00
For provisions for Indians. 11,800 00
For contingencies of the Indian depart
ment 36,600 00
7b the Chrietian Indian*.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
acts of May twenty-sixth, eighteen
hundred and twenty-four, and May
twentieth, eighteen hundred and twen
ty-six. ..... 7 400 00
7b the Chippewa* of Saganavo.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of third
August, seventeen hundred and nine
ty-five * ;? 1,000 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the second article of the treaty of sev
enteenth of November, eighteen hun
dred and seven 800 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of twen
ty-fourth September, eighteen hun
dred and nineteen 1,000 00
For permanent provision for the support
of blacksmiths, and for farming uten
sils and cattle, and the employment of
persons to aid them in agriculture,
stipulated in the eighth article of the
treaty of the twenty-fourth September,
eighteen hundred and nineteen, and
the seventh article of the treaty of
fourteenth January, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven 2,000 00
For education, during the pleasure of
Congress, stipulated in the sixth arti
cle of the treaty of fifth August, eigh
teen hundred and twenty-six 1,000 00
7b the Chippewa*, Menomoni**, fVinne
bagoet, and New York Indian#.
For education, during the pleasure of
Congress, stipulated in the fifth article
of the treaty of eleventh August, eigh
teen hundred and twenty-seven 1,600 00
7b tht Chippewa* (f Lake Superior and
Mi**i**ippi
For fifteenth of twenty instalments, In
money, stipulated in the second arti
cle of the treaty of twenty-ninth July,
eighteen hundred and thirty seven. .. 9,600 00
For fifteenth of twenty Instalments, in
goods, stipulated in the second article
of the traaty of twenty ninth July,
eighteen hundred and thirty-seven... 19,000 00
Fot fifteenth of twenty instalments for
the establishment of thtes smiths'
shops, supporting three smiths, and
furnishing Iron and steel, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven.. i'. ...*. 3,000 00
For fifteenth of twenty instalments for
the support of fsrmers, purchaseof im
plements, grain, or seed, and to carry
On their agricultural pursuits, stipu
lated in the second article of the treaty
of the 29th of July, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven 1,000 00
For fifteenth of twenty instalments for
the purchase of tobacco, stipulated in
the second article of the treaty of
twenty-ninth Joly, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven 600 oo
For fifteenth of twenty instalments for
the purchase of provisions, stipulated
. in the second article of the treatv of
twenty ninth July, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven 2,000 00
For tenth of twenty five instalments, in
money, stipulsted in the fourth article
of the treaty of fourth October, eigh
teen hundred and forty-two 12,600 00
For tenth of twenty-five instalments, in
good*, stipulated in the fourth article
of the treaty of fourth October, eigh
teen hundred and forty-two.* 10,600 00
For tenth of twenty-five instalments for
the support of two smiths' shops, in
cluding pay df smiths and assistants,
and furnishing iron and steel, stipula
ted in the fourth article of the treaty of
fourth October, eighteen hondrsd and
forty-two,.. 2,000 00
For tenth of twenty-five instalments for
the pay of two farmers, stipulated, in
the fourth article of thetreaty of fowrth
October, eighteen hundred and forty
two 7 1,000 00
For tenth of twenty-five instalments for
the pay of two car pesters, stipulated
in the fourth article of the treaty of
fourth October, eighteen hundred and
forty-two - 1,200 00
For tenth of twenty-five instalments for
the support of schools, stipulated in the
fourth article of the treatv of fourth
October, eighteen hundrea and forty
two 2,000 00
For tenth of twenty-five instalments for
the purchaseof provisioatand tobacco,
stipulated in the fourth article of the
treaty of fourth October, eighteen hun
dred and forty-ttro^i.rf.. 2,000 00
For fifth of five instalments in goods pay
able to the Pillager Band, stipulated m
the fourth article of ths treaty of twen
ty-first August, eighteen hundred and
forty-seven 3,600 0(
For fifth of forty-el* instalments to be
paid to tiieChtepewas of Mississippi,
stipulated in the tMrd article of the
treaty of second August, eighteen hun- ___
d rad and forty-seven 1,000 W
To ike LW*msiss.
^or^Mruuiwi annuity.stipulate4 i>
tbe act of twentyfifth February, mt
enteen buodrtd and ninrty'Blw 1,000 00
7b tki VhoeUm$. . fl
For permanent annuity, stipulated itfil
the eecond article of the treaty of six
teenth November, ptgtHeeu hundred
and five ...... ,k#1 *????'-? *v ?** *' '?(wu 00
For permanent *?*d#*,-ripulated1ntke
thirteenth articled the treaty of eigh
teenth October, eighteen hundred and
twenty .'.TTvV 000 00
For life annuity to chief Bob Cole, atipu
lated in the tenth article of the treaty
of twentieth January, eighteen hun
dred and twenty-five ? ? ? ? 160 00
For perqahnefat annuity for education,,
stip&Utled ?i the second article of the
treaty of twentieth January, eighteen
hundred and twenty-five 6,000 00
For annuity to tbrie dletriota chief..
stipulated in the fifteenth artiole of the
treaty of twenty-aeventh September,
eighteen hundred and thirty 760 00
For ilfe annuity to one Wayne warrior,
atipulated in the twenty-first arricleof
the treaty of twenty-seventh Septem
ber, eighteen hundred and thirty. ????? 26 00
For permanent provision for black
amiths, stipulated in the fixth article
of the treaty of eighteenth October,
eighteen hundred and twenty, *nd
ninth article of the treaty of twentieth
Janaary, eighteen hundred and twen
ty-five...... 600 00
For iron and >teel, fcc., for shop, stipu
lated in the ninth article of the treaty
of twentieth January, eighteen hun
dred and twenty-five 320 00
7V th? Crtekt.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
fourth artiole of the treaty of seventh
August, seventeen hundred and ninety 1,600 00
For permanent annqity, stipulated in tbe
second artiole of the treaty of sixteenth
June, eighteen hundred and two 3,000 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
fourth article of the treaty of twenty
fourth January, eighteen hundred and
twenty-six - ;? 20,000 00
For twentieth of twenty instalments rn
money, stipulated in the eighth article
of the treaty or twenty-fourth March,
eighteen hundred and thirty-two.: ... 10,000 00
For permanent proviaion forblacksmith
and assistant, stipulated in tbe eighth
article of tbe treaty of twenty-fourth
January, eighteen hundred and twen
ty-six....<..'
For iron and steel for shop 270 00
For fifteenth of twenty instalment* for
the pay of V*o blacksmiths and1 aaeiat
anta, stipulated in the thirteenth arti
cle of tbe treaty of twenty-fourth
March, eighteen hundred and thirty
two. ? w
For iron, ateel, &c., for shops 540 00
For permanent provision for the pay of a
wheelwright, stipulated in the eighth
article of the treaty of twenty-fourth
January, eighteen hundred and twen
ty-six 600 w
For twenty-first of thirty-three instal
ments for education, atipulated in
the thirteenth Article of the treaty of
twenty-fourth March, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-two, and fourth arti
cle of the treaty of fourth January,
eighteen hundred and forty-five..<?.? 3,000 00
For interest on three hundred and fifty
thousand dollars, at five per centum,
atipulated in the third article of the
treaty of twenty- third November, ejgh
teen hundred and thirty-eight 17,600 00
For eighth of twenty instalments for ed
ucation, atipulated in the fourth arti
cle of the troety of fourth January,
eighteen hundred and forty-five 3,000 00
For blackamith and assistant, during the
Bleasure of the President, stipulated in
le fifth article of tbe treaty of four
teenth February, eighteen hundred
and thirty-three. 840 00)
For iron, steel, and coal,during the plea
sure of the President, atipulated in the
fifth article of tbe treaty of fourteenth
February, eighteen hundred an& thir
ty-three'..... 270 00 |
For wagon-maker, during the pleasure
of the President, stipulated in the fifth
article of the treaty of fourteenth Feb
ruary, eighteen hundred and thirty
three 600 00
For agricultural implements, during the
pleasure of the President, stipulated in
the eighth article of the treaty of twen
ty-fourth January, eighteen hundred
and twenty-six...... 7 2,000 00 |
For education, during the pleasure of the
President, stipulated in the fifth article
of the treaty of fourteenth Fsbruary,
eighteen hundred and thirty-three.... 1,000 00 |
To the Delaware*.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
fourth article of tbe treaty of third Au
Kt, seventeen bundrea and ninety
.. 1,000 00 I
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
third article of the treaty of thirtieth
September, eighteen hundred and nine 600 00 |
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
fifth article of tbe treaty of third Octo
ber, eighteen hundred and eighteen... 4,000 00 |
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
supplemental treaty of twenty-fourth
September, eighteen hundred and
twenty-nine 1,000 00 ]
For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in
the private article Of supplemental
treaty of twenty-fourth September,
eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, to
treaty of third October, eighteen hun
dr d and eighteen 200 00 |
For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in
tbe supplemental article to treaty of
twenty-sixth October, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-two 200 00 |
For permanent provision for the purchase
of salt, stipulated In tbe third article of
the treaty of seventh June, eighteen
hundred and tbree ..... ? ? 100 00 |
For permanent provision for blacksmith
and assistant, stipulated in the sixth
article of the treaty of third October, ^
eighteen hundred and eighteen 720 00
Forlron and steel for shop 220 00 |
For interest on forty six thousand and
eighty dollars, at five per centum,
being the value of thirty-six sec
tions of land, set apart by treaty of
eighteen hundred and twenty-nine
for education, stipulated in reso ution
of the 8enate of nineteenth January,
eighteen hundred and thirty-eight.... 2,304 00
7b (As Florida Indians or Seminole I.
For twenty-ninth of thirty instalments
for blacksmith's establishment, stipu
lated in the sixth article of the treaty
of eighteenth September, eighteen hun
dred and twenty-three, and fourth ar
ticle of the treaty of ninth May, eigh
teen hundred aad thirty-two 1,000 00 ]
For eighth of fifteen instalments, in
goods, stipulated in the sixth article of
the treaty of fourth January, eighteen
hundred and forty-five 2,000 00 |
For eighth of fifteen instalments, in mo
ney, stipulated in the fourth article of
the treaty of fourth January, eighteen
hundred and forty-five 3,000 00 |
7b the Iowa.
For interest on one hundred and fifty
seven thousand five hundred dollars,
at five p4t centum, stipulated in the
second article of tbe treaty of nine
teenth October, eighteen hundred and
thirty-eight........ 7,876 00 |
7b the k'xckapooe
For eighteenth or nineteen instalments,
as annuity, atipulated in the fourth ar
ticle of the treaty of twenty-fourth
October, eighteen hundred and thirty
two * 6,000 00
7b the A'aiuos.
For interest on two hundred thousand
dollars, at five per centum, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
fourteenth January, eighteen hundred
and forty-six 10,000 00 I
7b tfu Aftomwt.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the fourth article of tbe treaty of twen
ty-third October,eighteen hundred and
twanty-alx 26,000 00 '
itb
! fifth
Stober,
720 00j
'220 00
two pooDdi of ii*a,and
Olie thousand pound* of steel, stipu
1mUi ia tti* fourth article uf lite treaty
of twenty-ihtyd October, eighteen k?t
dred and twenty-six 770 00
For pwft*n*ut provision for pay af Mil
ler, toltou of gvnialth, stipulated in
the fifth article of the treaty of the sixth
October, eighteen hundred and eigh
teen, and fifth article of the treaty of
second [23d] October, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-four... 600 00 j
For permanent provision for the pur
chase of one hundred and sixty bush
els of sail; stipulated in the fifth arti
cle of the treaty of sixth Oo tuber,
eighteen hundred and eighteen...r... 320 00 I
For education and support of poor, dur
ing tb? pleasure of Congress, stipu
lated iti the sixth article of treaty
of twenty-third October, eighteen
hundred and twenty-six 2,000 00 |
For eleventh of twenty instalments, in
money, stipulated in the second arti- -
cle of the treaty of twenty-eighth No
vember, eighteen hundred ana forty.. 12,600 00
For permanent provision for payment in
lieu of laborers, stipulated in the sixth
article of the treaty of twenty-eighth
November, eighteen hundred and
forty.. 260 00
For permanent provision for agricultu
ral assistance, stipulated in the fifth
article of the treaty of sixth October,
eighteen hundred and eighteen.. 200 00
To the Eel JZtoers, (Miamiei.)
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of third
Ausrust, seventeen hundred and nine
ty-five 600 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the third article of the treaty of twen
ty-first August, eighteen hundred and
five ?? 260 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the third article, and separate article,
of the treaty of the thirtieth Septem
ber, eighteen hundred and nine 360 00
To the Mtnomoniet.
For sixteenth of twenty instalments as
annuity, stipulated in the second ar
ticle of the treaty of third September,
eighteen hundred and thirty-six...... 20,000 00
For sixteenth of twenty instalments for
two blacksmiths and assistants, stipu
lated in the second article of the treaty
of third September, eighteen hundred
and thirty sir 1,440 00
For sixteenth of twenty instalments for
iron, steel, &c.. for shops, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
third September, eighteen hundred
and thirty-six... 440 00
For sixteenth of twenty instalments for
the purchase of provisions, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
(bird September, eighteen hundred
and thirty-.six, 3,000 00
For sixteenth of twenty inatalments for
the purchase of two thousand pounds
of tobacco, stipulated in the second ar
ticle of the treaty of third September,
eighteen hundred and thirty-six '300 00
For sixteenth of twenty instalments for
farming utensils and cattle, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
third September, eighteen hundred
and thirty-six- 600 00 J
For sixteenth of twenty instalments for
thirty barrels of salt, stipulated in the
second article of the treaty of third
September, eighteen hundred and
thirty-six 160 00
7b tht Omahai,
For blaeksmitb and assistant, during the
pleasure of the President, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of fif
teenth July, eighteen hundred and
thirty 720 00 j
For iron and steel, Jtc., for shops, during
the pleasure of the President. 220 00
For agricultural implements, during the
filsasure of the President, stipulated
n the fourth article of the treaty of fif
teenth July, eighteen hundred and
thirty 600 00
7b the Ottoei and Miuouruii.
For education, during the pleasure of the
President, stipulated in the fourth ar
ticle of the treaty of twenty first Sep.
tember, eighteen hundred and thirty
three 600 00
For pay of farmer, during the pleasure
of the President, stipulated in the fifth
article of the treaty of twenty-first
September, eighteen hundred and thir
ty-three. 600 00
For blacksmith and assistant, during the
pleasure of the President, stipulated
in the fourth article of the treaty of
fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and
thirty 720 00
For iron and steel fer shop, during the
pleasure of the President 220 00
7b the OUowai.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the fourth article of treaty of the third
August, seventeen hundred and nine
ty-five 1,000 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
second article of the treaty of seven
teenth November, eighteen hundred
and seven BOO 00
For permanent annuity,stipulated in the
fourth article of the treaty of seven
teenth September, eighteen hundred
and eighteen 1,600 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of twen
ty-ninth August, eighteen hundred
and twenty-one 1,000 00
7b the Ottawa* and Chippewa*.
For seventeenth of twenty instalments,
stipulated in the fourth article of the
treaty of twenty eighth March, eigh
teen hundred and thirty-six 30,000 00
For interest, to be paid as annuity on
two hundred thousand dollars, stipu
lated in the resolution of the Sen
ate of the twenty seventh May,
eighteen hundred and thirty six 12,000 00
For education, for twenty years, and
during the pleasure of Congress, stip
ulated in the fourth article of the treaty
of twenty-eighth March, eighteen hun
dred ana thirty-six 6,000 00
For missions, for twenty years, and dur
ing the pleasure of Congress, stipula
ted in the fourth article of the treaty of
twenty-eighth March, eighteen hun
dred and ibirty-six 3,000 00
For vaccine matter, medicines, and pay
of physicians, so long as the Indians
remain on their reservations, stipula
ted in the fourth artiole of the treaty
of twenty-eighth March, eighteen
hundred and thirty six 300 00
For seventeenth of twenty instalments
for the purcbsse oi provisions, stipula
ted in the fourth article of the treaty
of twenty-eighth March, eighteen
hundred and thirty-six 2,000 00
For seventeenth of twehty instalments
for the purchase of six thousand Bve
hundred pounds of tobacco, stipulated
in the fourth article of the treaty of
twenty-eighth March, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-six 600 00
For seventeenth of twenty instalments
for the purchase of one hundred bar
rel* of salt, stipulated in the fourth ar
ticle of the treaty of twenty eighth
March, eighteen hundred and thirty
six 200 00
For seventeenth of twenty instalments
for the purchase of five hundred fish
barrels, stipulated in the fourth article
of the treaty of twenty-eight March,
eighteen hundred and thirty-six 400 00
For three blacksmiths and assistants, for
twenty yesrs.and during the pleasure
of Congress, stipulated in the seventh
artiole of the treaty of twenty-eighth
March, eighteen hundred and thirty
six 2,160 00
Fer iron, steel, &c., for shops, for twen
ty years, and during the pleasure of
Congree*, stipulated in the seventh ar
ticle of the treaty of twenty-eighth
March, eighteen h jndred and thirty
six 660 00
For rumiuilh it Mtckinici for twintj
ran, and during the plea, um of Con
grtm, stipulatedin the seventh article
of the treaty of twenty-eighth March,
mnA thirt*-?ix <>00 00
??ti
the!
220 00
duringw
_ _ jpulat
seventh article of the treaty
oftwenty-eighth March, eighteen hun
dred ana thirty-aix 1,600 00
For two mechanics, during the pleasure
of the President, stipulated in the se
venth article of the treaty of twenty
eicrhth March, eighteen hundred and
thirty-six .. 1,200 00
7b Uu Otagei.
For interest on sixty-nine thousand one
hundred and twenty dollars, at live
Ser centum, being the valuation of
fly- lour sections of land set apart by
treaty of the second June, eighteen hun
dred and twenty-five, for educational
purposes, per resolution of the Senate
of nineteenth January, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-eight ,.. 3,45* 00
For fourteenth of twenty instalments, as
annuity, stipulated In the second arti
cle of the treaty of i eleventh January,
eighteen hundred and tbirty-wina*... 2?,000 00
For fourteenth of twenty instalment* for
two smiths' establishments, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
| eleventh January, eighteen hundred
and thirty nine ? ?? 2,000 00
For fourteenth of fifteen instalments for
pay of two millers, stipulated in the
second article of the treaty of eleventh
of January, eighteen hundred and
thirty-nine.. ??200 00
To tht Pianktthato*.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
fourth article of the treaty of third Au
gust, seventeen hundred and ninety
five. f*000
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
third article of the treaty of the thir
tieth December, eighteen hundred and
five .. 300 00
To ikt Patcntet.
For agricultural implements, during the
pleasure of the President, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of the
ninth October, eighteen hundred and
thirty-three 1,000 00
To tin Potawatamin of Huron.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
second article of the treaty of the sev
enteenth November, eighteen hundred
and seven . 40?
To the Potawatamie$.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
fourth article of the treaty of third Au
Sust, seventeen hundred and ninety
ve 1,000 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated ^the
third article of the treaty of thirtieth
September, eighteen hundred and nine 500 00
For permanentannuity, stipulated in the
third article of the treaty of second Oc
tober, eighteen hundred and eighteen. 2,600 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated in the
second article of the treaty of twentieth
September, eighteen hundred and
twenty-eight,... 2,000 00
For life annuity to chief, stipulated in the
second article of the treaty of the twen
tieth September, eighteen hundred and
twenty-eight 100 00
For permanentannuity, stipulated in the
second article of the treaty of twenty
ninth July, eighteen hundred and
twenty-nine 16,000 00
For nineteenth of twenty instalments, as
annuity, stipulated in the third article
of the treaty of twentieth of October,
eighteen hundred and thirty-two 16,000 00
For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in
the third article of the treaty of twen
tieth October, eighteen hundred and
thirty-two.... 400 00
For nineteenth of twenty instalments, as
annuity, stipulated in the third article
of the treaty of twenty-sixth October,
eighteen hundred and thirty-two 20,000 00
For seventeenth of twenty instalments, .
as annuity, stipulated in the third arti
cle af the treaty of the twenty-sixth
September, eighteen hundred and thir
ty-three - 14,000 00
For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated in
the third article of the treaty ol twenty
sixth September, eighteen hundred and
thirty-three 700 00
For ssventeenth of twenty instalments,
as annoity, stipulated in the second
supplemental article of the treaty of
twenty sixth September,eighteen hun
dred and thirty three 2,000 00
For permanent provision for the purchase
of salt, stipulated in the third article of
the treaty of seventh June, oighteen
hundred and three 140 00
For permanent provision for the pur
chase of one hundred and sixty bushels
of salt, stipulated in the third article
of the treaty of sixteenth October, eigh
teen hundred and twenty-six 320 00
For education during the pleasure of
Congress, stipulated in the third article
of the treaty of the sixteenth October,
eighteen bundrod and twenty six 2,000 0#
For permanent provision for blacksmith
and assistant, stipulated in the third
article oT the treaty of sixteenth Octo
ber, eighteen hundred and twenty-six 720 00
For permanent provision for iron, steel,
fee., for shop, stipulated in the third
article of the treaty of sixteenth Octo
ber, eighteen hundred and twenty-six 220 00
For education, during the pleasure of
Congress, stipulated in the second ar
ticle of the treaty of the twentieth Sep
tember, eighteen hundred and twenty
eight 1,000 00
For permanent provision for the pay
ment in money, in lieu of two thou
sand pounds ot tobacco, fifteen hun
dred pounds of iron, and three hun
dred and fifty pounds of steel, stipu
lated in the second article of the treaty
of twentieth September, eighteen hun
dred and twenty-eight, and the tenth
article of the treaty of fifth June,
eighteen hundred and forty-aix 300 00
For permanent provision for blacksmith
and assistant, stipulated in the second
article of the treaty of twentieth Sep
tember, eighteen hundred and twenty
eight 720 00
For permanent provision for iron, steel,
&c., for shop, stipulated in the second
article of the treaty of twentieth Sep
tember, eighteen hundred and twenty
eight 220 00
For permanent provision for blacksmith
and assistant, stipulated in the second
Article of the treaty of twenty-ninth
July, eighteen hundred and twenty
nine - 720 00
For permanent provision for iron, steel,
k.c., for shop, stipulated in the second
article of the treaty of twenty-ninth
July, eighteen hundred and twenty
nine ? ? 220 00
For permanent provision for the pur
chase of fifty barrels of salt, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
the twenty-ninth of July, eighteen
hundred and twenty-nine 260 00
For education, during the pleasure of
Congress, stipulated in the fourth ar
ticle of the treaty of the twenty- seventh
October, eighteen hundred and thirty
two " 2,000 00
For interest on six hundred and forty
three thousand dollars, at five per cen
tum, stipulated in the seventh article
of the treaty of the fifth June, eighteen
hundred and forty-six 32,160 00
To the (tujpatvi.
For nineteenth of twenty instalments, as
annuity,stipulated in the fourth article
of the treaty of thirteenth May, eigh
teen hundred and thirty-three. 2,000 00
For education, during the pleasure of the
President, stipulated in the third article
of the treaty of thirteenth May, elgh- ?
teen hundred and thirty-three 1,000
For blackssntth and assistant, during the
pleasure of the President, stipulated in
the third article of the treaty of thir
teenth May, eighteen hundred and
thirty-three H4W w
/
For iron, ilatl, Ac., for i
Basure of th? Preside
third article of t
teenth May, N|hi
"-'-^thraa MO 00
fti
eigtften gmdredJPd thirtfthree. '." 600 00
4 7bT
For peasant
sixth article of
November, seventeen ________
ninety-four . . .tTT. ... 4,600 00
7b <A? Seneca* qf Neva York.
For permanent annuity, in lieu of interest
on stock, per aot of the irimitrnnUi
February .eighteen hundred and thirty -
one.... .?.....> .1 '.j -V , 6,000 00
For interest, in lieu of investment, on
?evenly five thousand dollars, at fin
per centum, per aot of the tyrMty
seventh June, eighteen hundred and
forty-six 1,760 00
7b the Stockbridge*.
For interest on sixteen thousand firs
hundred dollars, at five per centum,
stipulated in the ninth article of the
treaty of the twenty-fourth November,
eighteen hundred and forty-eight.... 826 00
7b ike Sioux of MutUeivpi.
For interest on three hundred thousand
dellar* at five per centum?stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
twenty-ninth September, eighteen
hundred and thlrty-sevqn ....... 16,000 00
For fifteenth of twenty instalments, as
annuity, in goods, stipulated in tb?
second article of the treaty of twenty
ninth. September, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven 10,000 00
For fifteenth of twenty instalments for
the purchase of medicines, agi icultu
ral implements, and stock, and for
support of farmers, physicians, and
blacksmiths, Ac., stipulated in the
seoond article of the treaty of the twen
ty* ninth September, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven....... ,..,. 8,260 00
For fifteenth of twenty instalment* for
| the purchase of provisions, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
twenty ninth September, eighteen
hundred and thirty-seven............ 6,600 00
7b the Sace and Foxes of Mieoour*.
For interest on one hundred and f
seven thousand four hundred dollar*,
at five per centum, stipulated in the
second article of the treaty of the
twenty-first October, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-seven 7,870 00
7b the Sac* and Poxe* qf Mi**i**ippi.
For permanent annuity, stipulated fas
the third article of the treaty of third
November, eighteen hundred and: four 1,000 00
For twentieth of thirty instalment^, as
annuity, stipulated in the third article
of the treaty of twenty-first September,
eighteen hundred and thirty-two.'.... 20,000 00
For twentieth of thirty instalments for
gunsmithk stipulated in the fourth ar
ticle of the treaty of twenty'first Sep
tember, eighteen hundred and thirty
two...., 600 00
For twentieth of thirty instalment* for
iron, steel, Ac., for shop, stipulated
in th6 fourth article of the treaty qf
twenty-first September, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-two..........,?... 220 00
For twentieth of thirty instalments for
blacksmith and assistant, Stipulated ?
in the fourth article of the treaty of
twenty-first September, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-two 840 00
For twentieth of thirty instalments for
iron, steel, Ac., for shop, stipulated
in the fourth article of the treaty of
twenty-first September, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-two 220 00
For twentieth of thirty instalments for
forty barrels of salt, stipulated in the
fourth article of the treaty of twenty
first September, eighteen nundred and
thirty-two... 200 00
For twentieth of thirty instalments for
forty kegs of tobacco, stipulated in th?
fourth article of the treaty of twenty
first September ^eighteen hundred and
thirty-tivo 600 00
For interest ou two hundred thousand
dollars, at five per centum, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
the twenty-first October, eighteen hun
dred and thirty-seven 10,000 00
For interest on eight hundred thousand
dollars, at five per centum, stipulated
in the second article of the treaty of
the eleventh October, eighteen hundred
and forty two 40,000 00
7b the Shawnee*.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of third
August, seventeen hundred and nine
? ty-five 1,000 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of *
twenty-ninth September, eighteen
hundred and seventeen 2,000 00
For permanent provision for the pur
chase of salt, stipulated in the third
article of the treaty of tne seventh
June, eighteen hundred and three.*.. 60 00
For blacksmith and assistant, during the
pleasure of the President, stipulated
in the fourth article of the treaty of
eighth August, eighteen hundred and
thirty-one 840 00
For iron, steel, (ic., for shop, during the
pleasure of the President, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of eighth
August, eighteen hundred and thirty
OD? 220 00
7b the Seneca* and Shawnee*.
For permanent annuity, stipulated in
the fourth article of the treaty of seven
teenth September, eighteen hundred
and eighteen 1,000 00
For blacksmith and aasistsnt, during the
pleasure of the President, stipulsted in
the fourth article of the treaty of twen
tieth July, eighteen hundred and
thirty-one 840 00
For iron, steel, Ac., for shops, during
the pleasure of the President, stipula
ted in the fourth article of the treAty
of twentieth July, eighteen hundred
and thirty-one f20 00
7b the Seneca*. '
For permanent annuity, stipulated In
the fourth article of the treaty of the
twenty-nintb September, eighteen
hundred and seventeen.... 600 00
For permanent annuity, stipulated In
the fourth article of the treaty of the
seventeenth September, eighteen hun
dred and eighteen..... 600 00
For blacksmith and assistant, during
the pleasure of the President, stipula
ted id the fourth article of the treaty
of the twenty-eighth February, eigh
teen hundred and thirty one 840 00
For iron and steel for shop, during
the pleasure of the President 220 00
For pay of miller, during the pleasure
of the President, stipulated in tbe
fourth article of the treaty of twenty
eighth February, eighteen hundred
and thirty-one 600 00
7b the Wyandot*.
For permsnent annuity, stipulated in
the third article of the treaty of the
seventeenth March, eighteen hundred
and forty-two 17,600 00
For permanent provision for blacksmith
and assistant, stipulated in the eighth
article of the treaty of the seventeenth
March, eighteen hundred and forty
two 720 00
For permsnent provision for iron, steel,
Ac., for shop 1 370 00
For permanent provision for education,
stipulated in the fourth article of the
treaty of the seventeenth March, eigh
teen nundred and forty-two 600 00
7b the fVinnebagoee.
For twenty-third of thirty instalments,
as annuity, stipulated in ths sccond
article of the treaty of the first August
eighteen hundred and twenty-nine... 18,000 00
For twentieth of twenty-seven instal
ments, as snnuity, stipulated in the
third article of the treaty of the fifteenth
September, eighteen hundred and thir
ty-two 10,000 00
For twenty-thi^d of thirty instalments
for the purchase of fifty barrels of salt,

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