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Report to Secretary of the Interior transmitting papers relative to sale of Spanish Fork and Sau Pete reservations 5
320
Letter from Secretary of the Interior in reply 5
322
Letter to Governor Doty returning treaties with amendments for ratification 5
323
Report of Michael Steck superintendent 324
331
Translation of Spanish document relative to establishment of Pueblos
339
Table of statistics relative to same
343
Report of Levi J Keithly agent at Cimarron agency
344
Report of Fred Maxwell agent for Mouhache Utahs
345
Report of Lorenzo Labadi agent for Mescalero Apaches 34 6
350
Reply of Secretary of the Interior to same
351
Letter of John N Clark surveyor general of New Mexico accom panying same
352
Letter of Agent Labadi relative to same subject
353
Report of Superintendent Steck transmitted with the above
355
Report to Secretary of the Interior relative to Navajo Indians
356
Letter of Superintendent Steck transmitted with the above
357
Report of Superintendent Steck also transmitted with the above
358
Report of Superintendent Stock enclosing letter from Hon M
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Report of Governor Evans exofficio superintendent A to U j inclusive papers accompanying and referred to in above report j 5 No 92 Letter of Gove...
383
Report of Lafayette Dead agent at Conejos agency 5
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No 94 Report of S G Colley agent at Upper Arkansas agency 5 3Hi No 95 Report of S G Colley agent at Upper Arkansas agency 5 3 S No 96 Letter ...
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Letter to Mr Benuet in reply i 5
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Report of Agent Colley relative to Caddo Indians
392
Letter of Gov Evans enclosing papers relative to canal at Upper Arkansas agency
393
Letter of same same subject
394
Letter of Gov Evans relative to Indian hostilities
395
Report of Robert North messenger forwarded with above
396
Letter of Geo K Otis esq superintendent of overland mail route relative to outrages by the Indians
398
Nos 125 126 127 128 Reports from Rev P J Do Sunt 42i1 No 129 Report of W A Burleigh agent for Yanctou Sioux
427
Letter of Secretary of War relative to case of murder of Ponea Indians by soldiers
430
Letter to Governor Edmunds relative to expenses of agencies
431
Letter of Governor Edmunds relative to Ponca Indians
435
Letter to Governor Edmunds in reply authorizing relief
436
Report of G E Upson agent at Blackfoot agency Fort Benton 137
442
Report of G E Upson agent supplemental to annual report 413
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Report of same giving information relative to hostile Sioux
446
Report of W G Coffin superintendent 2117
451
Report of J Harlan agent for Cherokees 4
455
Report of H C Ketchum physician 157
457
Report of P P Elder agent at Neosho agency
459
Report of G C Snow agent for Seminoles
461
Report of J Schoenmakcr superintendent of Osage manual labor school
462
Letter of Superintendent Coffin forwarding report of Agent Cookins
463
Report of Mahlon Stubbs teucher of Friends mission school
511
Report of Jrmim Bennett agent for Kickapoos
517
Report of James I Abbott agent for Shawnees
523
Report of Charles H Whalcy farmer at Pawnee agency
529
Report of G A Col ton ugeut at Osage River agency
535
Report of St A I Halcombe agent for Winnebagoes
552
Report of Rev J P Williamson of Sioux mission school
558
Letter of missionaries members of the Sioux mission relative
564
Report to Secretary of the Interior on the subjectmatter con
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Report of same relative to outrage by soldiers upon Omuhos
777
Report of R P Duvall superintendent of school for Sacs
806

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Side xliv - I may add at this point that, while I remain in my present position, I shall not attempt to retract or modify the Emancipation Proclamation ; nor shall I return to slavery any person who is free by the terms of that proclamation, or by any of the acts of Congress.
Side 148 - Three, from Time to Time to make all such General Rules and Orders for the effectual Execution of this Act, and of the Intention and Object hereof...
Side 343 - It establishes the nature and solemnity of our present trust, to preserve and transmit our existing system of domestic servitude, with the right, unchallenged by man, to go and root itself wherever Providence and nature may carry it.
Side 674 - ... this shall be your warrant. Given under my hand and seal at...
Side xxxvi - I regard our immigrants as one of the principal replenishing streams which are appointed by Providence to repair the ravages of internal war, and its wastes of national strength and health. All that is necessary is to secure the flow of that stream in its present fullness, and to that end the government must, in every way, make it manifest that it neither needs nor designs to impose involuntary military service upon those who come from other lands to cast their lot in our country.
Side xli - Maryland is secure to liberty and Union for all the future. The genius of rebellion will no more claim Maryland. Like another foul spirit-, being driven out, it may seek to tear her, but it will woo her no more.
Side xxxv - Nevertheless, unforeseen political difficulties have arisen, especially in Brazilian and British ports, and on the northern boundary of the United States, which have required, and are likely to continue to require, the practice of constant vigilance and a just and conciliatory spirit on the part of the United States, as well as of the nations concerned and their governments.
Side 344 - Congress, it being expressly declared "that the Constitution of the United States shall be the supreme law of the land, and the judges of every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding.
Side 148 - An Act to regulate the Office of Queen's Remembrancer, and to amend the Practice and Procedure on the Revenue Side of the Court of Exchequer.
Side 137 - And in case of refusal or neglect to admit the same within six days after service of such notice, or within such further time as may be allowed by the court or a judge...

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