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For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the Pre- Blacksmiths sident, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of seventh i"*1 a8"""ant9' November, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, eight hundred and forty dollars.

For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars.

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, eight hundred and forty dollars.

. For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars.

TO T*E SENECAS AND SHAWNEES.

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the Annuity, treaty of seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and eighteen, oue thousand dollars.

For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the Pre- Blacksmith and siderit.stipulatedinthe fourth article of the treaty of twentieth088"''8"''4'0, July, eighteen hundred and thirty one, eight hundred and forty dollars.

For iron and steel, ccc. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars.

TO THE SENECAS.

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the Annuities, treaty of twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and seventeen, five hundred dollars.

For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and eighteen, five hundred dollars.

For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the Pre- Blacksmith and sident, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twentyeighth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, eight hundred aad forty dollars.

For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars.

For pay of miller, during the pleasure of the President, stip- Miller, ulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-eighth Februaty, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, six hundred dollars.

TO THE WYANDOTS.

For permanent annuity in lieu of all former annuities, stipu- Annuity, lated in the third article of the treaty of the seventeenth March, eighteen hundred and forty-twp, seventeen thousand five hundred dollars.

For the balance due the Wyandots on the valuation of their ya]ue of ;m. improvements on the lands in Ohio and Michigan, ceded by provements oo the Wyandots to the United States, according to the appraise- lai»dc8ded> ment made by Moses H. Kirby and John Walker, pursuant to the fifth article of the treaty made between the United States

and the Wyandols at Upper Sandusky, March seventeenth, eighteen hundred and foriy-two, the sum of fifty-seven thousand ninety-four dollars and twenty-four cents, in addition to the sum of money heretofore appropriated, which are also directed to be paid, the proviso to the appropriation made at the session of Congress in eighteen hundred and forty-four to the contrary notwithstanding: Provided, That the money herein or heretofore appropriated, for the payment of the appraised value of the Wyandot improvements, shall be paid by an agent of the United Sutes to the several individual Indian claimants in person, or, in the event of the death of any of the original? claimants, then to his family, and to no other person or persons whatsoever.

Blacksmiths For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in and assistants, ,|ie tetlih article of the treaty of tweuty ninth September, eighteen hundred and seventeen, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For the purchase of iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars.

For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the eighth article of (he treaty of seventeenth March, eighteen hundred and forty-two, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For the purchase of iron, steel, <fcc. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars. Education. For education, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of seventeenth March, eighteen hundred and forty-two, five hundred dollars.

TO THE WEAS.

Atmuity. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty with them of the second October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, three thousand dollars.

TO THE WINNEBAGOES.

Annuities. For limited annuity for thirty years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty with them of the first of August, eighteen hundred and twenty nine, eighteen thousand dollars.

For limited annuity for twenty-seven years, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the fifteenth of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, ten thousand dollars.

s*1'- For the purchase of fifty barrels of salt, for thirty years, stip

ulated in the second article of the treaty of the first of August, eighteen hundred and twenty nine, two hundred and fifty dollars.

Tobacco. For the purchase of three thousand pounds of tobacco, for thirty years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the first of August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, three hundred and fifty dollars,.

For the purchase of one thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco, for twenty seven years, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty of fifteenth of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, one hundred and seventy-five dollars. , r

For the support of three blacksmiths and assistants, for Blacksmith* thirty years, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the first &"U arei8lanlsof August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, two thousand one hundred and sixiy dollars.

For the purchase of iron, steel, &c. fur shop?, six hundred and sixty dollars.

For pay of laborer, and for oxen for thirty years, stipulated Laborer, oxeu, in the third article of the treaty of the first of August, eighteen *c' hundred and twenty-nine, three hundred and sixty-five dollars.

For the purpose of education, for twenty-seven years, stipu- Education, lated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, three thousand dollars.

For the sunnorfof six agriculturists, purchase of oxen,ploughs, Support of »u and other implements, for twenty seven years, stipulated in the&£. fifth article of the treaty of the fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For the pay of two physicians, stipulated in the fifth article Physician* of the treaty of the fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, four hundred dollars.

For interest on investment in stock, at five per centum on interest, one million one hundred thousand dollars, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of first November, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, fifty-five thousand dollars.

For fulfilling treaty stipulations with the Creeks and Semi- Fulfilling treaty

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For annuity to the Creeks for twenty years for purposes of semin,)ies. education, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fourth of Annu"yJanuary, eighteen hundred and forty-five, three thousand dollars.

For subsistence of Seminoles while removing to Little river, Subsistence or and for six months thereafter, stipulated in the fifth article of seTM^,1"'8 the treaty of fourth of January, eighteen hundred and forty-five, twenty-six thousand dollars.

For annuity to Seminoles for fifteen years, in goods, stipula- AnnuMea to ted in the sixth article of the treaty of January fourth, eighteen Seminole9hundred and forty-five, two thousand dollars.

For annuity to Seminoles for fifteen years, in-money, stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty of fourth of January, eighteen hundred and forty-five, three thousand dollars;

For agricultural implements to Seminoles for five years, slip- Agricultural ulated in the seventh article of the treaty of fourth January,'mPlement"' eighteen hundred and forty-five, one thousand dollars.

For expenses of making the northern and western boundary Markingbounlines of the Creek .country, stipulated in the eighth article of ciSk^c^mtry! the treaty of fourth January, eighteen hundred and forty-five, fire thousand dollars.

For payment to the American party of St. Regis Indians, AmericTMpwty stipulated in supplemental article to the treaty with the Six of st.itegis InNations of New York, of fifteenth January, eighteen hundreddianiand thirty-eight, one thousand dollars.

For defraying contingent expenses of commissioners to ad-ContiD8encie*. just claims to Choctaw reservations under the treaty of Sep

due western

tember, eighteen hundred and thirty, in addition to foriner ap.

propriations, six thousand five hundred dollars. Re-appropria. For the re-appropriation of this amount due the Senecas and

mounts Shawnees, for the ereciion of a saw-mill and blacksıniih shop, due Senecas & Shawnecs. stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twentieth July,

eighteen hundred and thirty-one, six hundred and seventy.one dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For the re-appropriation of this amount due the Senecas and Senecas and Shawnees, for properly lost, forage furnished, &c., stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty.pinth Deceinber, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, one thousand

dollars. Re-appropria. For the re-appropriation of this amount due for improvements tion of amount valued under the sixth article of the treaty of twenty-fourth

due the Mia. mies.

October, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, with the Miamies, stipulated in the seventh article of the treaty of sixth November, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, five thousand two bun

dred and ninety-nine dollars. Re-appropria. For the re-appropriation of this amount due the western tion of amount Cherokees, for stock lost, being the balance of the appropriaCherokees. ** tion made the twenty-eighih June, eighteen hundred and

thirty-four, for the satisfaction of claims of this character, two

thousand seven hundred and fifty-two dollars and fifty cents. - Expenses of J. For expenses of John W.Quiney, a Stockbridge Indian, to w. Quiney. the Seat of Government, while here, and returning, ihe sum of

two hundred dollars. Expenses of a For expenses of delegations of Cherokees to the Seat of Gov. delegation of ernment, wbile here, and returning to their homes, five thouCherokees.

sand five hundred dollars. Expenses of a For expenses of a delegation of Winnebagoes to the Seat of delegation of Government, while here, and returning to their homes, five Winnebagoes. Proviso. thousand dollars : provided, no part of the two last appropria

tions for expenses of delegations of Cherokees and Winneba. goes shall be paid to any citizen of the United States, nor shall

any part be paid but upon regular accounts and vouchers show.ing to whom paid and for what paid, except such officer or agent as the President of the United States shall direct to ac

company the said deputation of Winnebagoes. Payment to For payment to Baptiste Powlis, and the chiefs, of the first es

Christian party of the Oneidas, stipulated in the thirteenth
article of the treaty with the Six Nations of New York, fif-
teenth January, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, four thou.

sand dollars.
Payment to For payment to William Day, and the chiefs of the Orchard
Wm. Day. party of the Oneidas, stipulated in the thirteenth article of the

Creaty with the Six Nations of New York, fifteenth January,

eighteen hundred and thirty-eight; two thousand dollars. Interest on a. For interest on the amounts awarded Choctaw claimants mounts award- under the fourteenth article of the treaty of Dancing Rabbiti claimanteca" creek, of the twenty-seventh September, eighteen hundred and

thiriy, for lands on which they resided, but which it is now

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impossible to give them, and in lieu of the scrip that has been awarded under the act of twenty-third Augusi, eighteen hundred and forty two, not deliverable east by the third section of the said law, per act of third of March, eighleen hundred and forty-five, viz: three thousand seven hundred and twenty-five dollars for the year eighteen hundred and forty five, and thirtyfire thousand five hundred and seventy-five dollars for the year eighteen hundred and forty-six.

To make good the interest on investments in State stocks Interest, and bonds for various Indian tribes not yet paid by the States, to be reimbursed out of the interest when collected, nineteen thousand five hundred and thirty-four dollars and nine cents.

To defray the expenses of a mission to the wild Indians of Expenses of a the prairie, for the purpose of making treaties of peace and mis friendship, and for the ransomning of such white prisoners as may be held by them and delivered to the agents of the United States, fifteen thousand dollars.

For the ransom of two white boys, Gillis Doyle and Thomas Ransom of two Pearce, beld by the Camanches in bondage, and delivered to white boys. the agents of the Government, five hundred dollars.

For permanent provision for education purposes for the years Permanent proeighteen hundred and forty five and eighteen hundred and for

and for vision for edu

Olcation. ty-six, (omitted in previous estimates, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty with the Wyandots of the seventeenth March, eighleen hundred and forty-two, one thousand dollars.

For medals to be distributed amongst the chiefs and leading Medals. men of the Indians, twenty-five hundred dollars.

To defray the expense of holding a treaty with the Meno. Espense of monie Indians for the purchase of their lands north of Fox holdinga

with the Menoriver, in the Territory of Wisconsin, two thousand dollars. monies.

To pay J. A. S. Acklin, United States District Attorney for Payment to J. the northern district of Alabama, for professional services in de- A S Acklin: fending Captain James H. Rogers and Lieutenant Roberts, in Attorney, &c. suits brought to recover damages for an act done by them, under the order of a superior officer, while in the service of the United States; also, to pay to Joseph Bryan, agent of William White field, for purchasing and distributing stock animals to the Creek Indians, pursuant to an article of a treaty made with said Indians, (our hundred and eighty-nine dollars.

For compensation to two commissioners to exainine claims Compensation under the treaty with the Cherokees, of one thousand eight of two commise

Olone Whousand 918 sioners to exhundred and thirty-five-six, and pay of secretary, and for con- amine Chero. tingent expenses, the sum of seven thousand dollars. If the keo.claims, &c. two commissioners here provided for shall, upon any case before them, differ in opinion, it shall be their duty to call upon the Attorney General to settle the difference between them: Provided, That the commission hereby revived shall continue Proviso. for one year and no longer.

To defray the expenses of holding a treaty with the Potia.. Expenses of watamie Indians of the Missouri river, ihree thousand dollars. wi And it shall be the duty of the different agents and sub-agents watomics.

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