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Side 63 - He soon found the ancient saying but too true in his case, that a prophet is not without honor, save in his own country...
Side 59 - ... and of the whole of such original. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the great seal of the State, at the capítol in Madison, this 18th day of March, AD 1867.
Side 438 - Provided, That for the purpose of establishing the rights of the New York Indians on a permanent and just footing, the said treaty shall be ratified with the express understanding, that two townships of land...
Side 436 - States garrison, and as much land as may be deemed necessary for public highways, to be located by the direction, and at the discretion of the President of the United States. The country hereby ceded to the United States, for the benefit of the New York Indians, contains by estimation about five hundred thousand acres, and includes all their improvements on the west side of Fox river.
Side 434 - After dividing the district into two counties, the eleventh section of this law enacts, that there shall be appointed in and for each of the said counties such number of discreet persons to be justices of the peace as the President of the United States shall, from time to time, think expedient, to continue in office for five years.
Side 276 - The charges preferred against you by Capt. MASON, your reply and the documentary evidence, have been referred to this office for examination and report. I am instructed by the Secretary of War to inform you, that he acknowledges with much pleasure, the excellence of your character, and the ability and zeal manifested in the discharge of your duties as Sub-Agent, and though he disclaims all inclination and right to interfere with the fair exercise of your professional talents, he expects and must...
Side 441 - ... the St. Regis tribe; and that an equal quantity to that which is added to the southwestern side shall be taken off from the northeastern side of the said tract described in that article, on the Oconto creek, to be determined by a commissioner to be appointed by the President of the United States; so that the whole number of acres to be granted to the Six Nations, and St. Regis tribe of Indians, shall not exceed the quantity originally stipulated by the treaty.
Side 441 - Croche; from thence running a northwest course three miles; thence on a line running parallel with the several courses of Fox river, and three miles distant from the river, until it will intersect a line, running on a northwest course, commencing at a point one mile above the Grand Shute; thence on a line running northwest, so far as will be necessary to include, between the said last line and the line described as the southwestern boundary line of the...
Side 438 - Government the sum of one" thousand six hundred dollars for the improvements on the lands now in their possession, on the east side of Fox river, and which lands are to be relinquished by said Indians: also that a new line shall be run, parallel to the southwestern boundary line or course of the tract of five hundred thousand acres, described in the first article of this treaty, and set apart for the New York Indians, to commence at a point on the west side...
Side 8 - No money shall be paid out of the Treasury except in pursuance of an appropriation made by law.

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