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treaty twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, six hundred dollars.

For twenty-sixth of thirty instalments for iron and steel for shop, per fourth article treaty twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirtytwo, two hundred and twenty dollars.

For twenty-sixth of thirty instalments for blacksmith and assistant, shop, and tools, per fourth article treaty twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, eight hundred and forty dollars.

For twenty-sixth of thirty instalments for iron and steel for shop, per fourth article treaty twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two hundred and twenty dollars.

For twenty-sixth of thirty instalments for forty barrels of salt, and forty kegs of tobacco, per fourth article treaty twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, one thousand dollars.

For interest on two hundred thousand dollars, at five per centum, per Vol. vii. p. 540. second article treaty twenty-first October, eighteen hundred and thirty

seven, ten thousand dollars.

For interest on eight hundred thousand dollars, at five per centum, per Vol vii. p. 596. second article treaty eleventh October, eighteen hundred and forty-two,

forty thousand dollars. Sacs and Foxes

Sacs and Foxes of Missouri.—For interest on one hundred and fiftyof Missouri.

seven thousand four hundred dollars, at five per centum, under the direc

tion of the President, per second article treaty twenty-first October, Vol. vii. p. 543. eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, seven thousand eight hundred and

seventy dollars.

For the fourth and last instalment upon forty-eight thousand dollars, Vol. x. p. 1074. per second article treaty eighteenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four,

eight thousand dollars. Senecas. Senecas.—For permanent annuity in specie, per fourth article treaty Vol. vii. p. 161. twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and seventeen, five hundred

dollars.

For permanent annuity in specie, per fourth article treaty seventeenth Vol. vii. p. 179. September, eighteen hundred and eighteen, five hundred dollars.

For blacksmith and assistant, shop and tools, and iron and steel, during Vol. vii. p. 349.

the pleasure of the President, per fourth article treaty twenty-eighth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, one thousand and sixty dollars.

For miller, during the pleasure of the President, per fourth article treaty twenty-eighth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, six hundred dollars.

Senecas of New York.–For permanent annuity, in lieu of interest on New York.

stock, per act of nineteenth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, 1831, ch. 26.

six thousand dollars. Vol. iv. p. 442.

For interest, in lieu of investment, on seventy-five thousand dollars, at 1846, ch. 34.

five per centum, per act of twenty-seventh June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For interest, at five per centum, on forty-three thousand and fifty dollars, transferred from Ontario Bank to the United States treasury, per act of twenty-seventh June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, two thousand

one hundred and fifty-two dollars and fifty cents. Senecas and Senecas and Shawnees.—For permanent annuity in specie, per fourth Shawnces.

article treaty seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and eighteen, one Vol. vii. p. 179. thousand dollars.

For blacksmith and assistant, shop and tools, and iron and steel for

shop, during the pleasure of the President, per fourth article treaty Vol. vii. p. 572. twentieth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, one thousand and sixty

dollars. Shawnees. Shawnees.—For permanent annuity for educational purposes, per Vol. vii. p. 51. fourth article treaty third August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, and

Senecas of

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third article treaty tenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thou- Vol. x. p. 1056. sand dollars.

For fourth instalment of interest, at five per centum, on forty thousand dollars for education, per third article treaty tenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two thousand dollars.

For fourth of eight annual instalments of money, in payment for lands, per third article treaty tenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one hundred thousand dollars.

For permanent annuity for educational purposes, per fourth article treaty twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and seventeen, and third Vol.vii. p. 160. article treaty tenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two thousand dollars. Six Nations of New York.–For permanent annuity in clothing and

Six Nations of

New York. other useful articles, per sixth article treaty eleventh November, seventeen

Vol. vii. p. 46. hundred and ninety-four, thousand five hundred dollars.

Sioux of Mississippi.—For interest on three hundred thousand dollars, Sioux of Mis. at five per centum, per second article treaty, twenty-ninth September,

sissippi. eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, fifteen thousand dollars.

Vol. vii. p. 538. For seventh of fifty instalments of interest, at five per centum, on one million three hundred and sixty thousand dollars, per fourth article treaty twenty-third July, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, sixty-eight thousand Vol. x p. 949. dollars.

For seventh of fifty instalments of interest, at five per centum, on one hundred and twelve thousand dollars, being the amount in lieu of the reservations set apart in the third article of Senate's amendment of twentythird June, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, to treaty twenty-third July, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, five thousand six hundred dollars.

For seventh of fifty instalments of interest, at five per centum, ori one million one hundred and sixty thousand dollars, per fourth article treaty fifth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, fifty-eight thousand dol- Vol. x. p. 954. lars.

For seventh of fifty instalments of interest, at five per centum, on sixtynine thousand dollars, being the amount allowed in lieu of the reservation of lands set apart by the third article of Senate's amendment of twentythird June, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, to treaty fifth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, three thousand four hundred and fifty dollars.

Treaty of Fort Laramie.—For seventh of ten instalments, in pro- Treaty of Fort visions and merchandise, for payment of annuities and transportation of Laramie. the same to certain tribes of Indians, per seventh article treaty seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, and Senate's amend

Post, p. 749. ment thereto, seventy thousand dollars.

Umpquas (Cow Creek Band.)-For fourth of twenty instalments in Umpquas (Cow blankets, clothing, provisions, and stock, per third article treaty nine- Creek Band.) teenth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, five hundred and Vol. x. p. 1027. fifty dollars.

Fulfilling the articles of twenty-ninth November, eighteen hundred Vol. x. p. 1125. and fifty-four, with the

Umpquas and Calapooias, of Umpqua Valley, Oregon. For third of Umpquas and five instalments of annuity for beneficial objects, to be expended as Calapooins, of directed by the President, per third article treaty twenty-ninth November, Oregon.

Umpqua Valley eighteen hundred and fifty-four, three thousand dollars.

Vol. x. p. 1125. For third of ten instalments for the pay of a blacksmith, and furnishing shop, per sixth article treaty twenty-ninth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thousand and sixty dollars.

For third of fifteen instalments for the pay of a physician and purchase of medicines, per sixth article treaty twenty-ninth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thousand dollars.

For third of ten instalments for the pay of a farmer, per sixth article

Utahs.

treaty twenty-ninth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six hundred dollars.

For third of twenty instalments for the pay of a teacher and purchase of books and stationary, per sixth article treaty twenty-ninth November, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, seven hundred dollars.

Utahs.-For fulfilling treaty stipulations with the Utahs, pursuant to Vol. ix. p. 984. the requirements of eighth article treaty thirtieth December, eighteen

hundred and forty-nine, five thousand dollars. Winnebagoes.

Winnebagoes.-For twenty-ninth of thirty instalments as annuity in Vol. vii. p. 323. specie, per second article treaty first August, eighteen hundred and

twenty-nine, eighteen thousand dollars.

For twenty-sixth of twenty-seven instalments as annuity in specie, per Vol. vii. p. 371. third article treaty fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two,

ten thousand dollars.

For twenty-ninth of thirty instalments for fifty barrels of salt, per second article treaty first August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For twenty-ninth of thirty instalments for three thousand pounds of tobacco, per second article treaty first August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, six hundred dollars.

For twenty-sixth of twenty-seven instalments for one thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco, per fifth article treaty fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, three hundred dollars.

For twenty-ninth of thirty instalments for three smiths and assistants, per third article treaty first August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars.

For twenty-ninth of thirty instalments for iron and steel for shop, per third article treaty first August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, six hundred and sixty dollars.

For twenty-ninth of thirty instalments for laborer and oxen, per third article treaty first August, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, three hundred and sixty-five dollars.

For twenty-sixth of twenty-seven instalments for education, per fourth article treaty fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, three thousand dollars.

For twenty-sixth of twenty-seven instalments for six agriculturists, purchase of oxen, ploughs, and other implements, per fifth article treaty fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For twenty-sixth of twenty-seven instalments for the pay of two physicians, per fifth article treaty fifteenth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, four hundred dollars.

For interest on one million one hundred thousand dollars, at five per Vol. vii. p. 545. centum, per fourth article treaty first November, eighteen hundred and

thirty-seven, fifty-five thousand dollars.

For eleventh of thirty instalments of interest on eighty-five thousand

dollars, at five per centum, per fourth article treaty thirteenth October, Vol. ix. p. 878. eighteen hundred and forty-six, four thousand two hundred and fifty dol

lars. Wyandots. Wyandots. For the last of three equal instalments upon three hun

dred and eighty thousand dollars, in lieu of former annuities and claims, Vol. x. p. 1159. per sixth article treaty thirty-first January, eighteen hundred and fifty

five, one hundred and twenty-six thousand six hundred and sixty-six dol

lars and sixty-seven cents. Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous.-For carrying into effect the act of third March, eigh1819, ch, 85. teen hundred and nineteen, making provisions for the civilization of the Vol. iii. p. 516. Indian tribes, in addition to the sum specified in said act, five thousand

dollars.

For surveying and marking the boundaries of the Choctaw and Chicka

in Texas.

saw countries, and for determining and marking the ninety-eighth degree of west longitude, per ninth and nineteenth articles treaty twenty-second Post, pp. 613, 615. June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, five thousand dollars.

For the expenses of surveying the boundaries of Indian reservations, and of surveying, allotting, and defining Indian reserves and half-breed lands, and for other incidental expenses of carrying into effect the treaties with the Indian tribes in Michigan, and with the Chippewa Indians of the Mississippi and of Lake Superior so far as any of the said treaties provide for the survey or allotment of lands, as set apart reservations for the tribes or bands, in addition to former appropriation, seven thousand dollars.

For medals for Indian chiefs, three thousand dollars.

For the expenses of collecting and establishing the southern Comanches, Wichitaws, and certain other bands of Indians on reservations to be located south of the Arkansas River, and west of the ninety-eighth degree of longitude, fifty thousand dollars.

For fulfilling treaties with the

Sioux of the Mississippi, viz :-For the reappropriation of this amount, Sioux of the being the legitimate balance found due to the Medawa-kan-toan and Mississippi. Wahpay-koo-tah Sioux, under the treaties of eighteen hundred and Vol. vii. p. 328. thirty, and eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, for moneys heretofore car

Vol. vii. p. 527. ried to the surplus fund, to be paid to said Indians as annuity, or applied as the President may direct, in whole or part, for the civilization and general improvement of said Indians, forty-two thousand eight hundred and forty-one dollars and forty-seven cents.

For compensation of three special agents and three interpreters for the Indian tribes of Texas, and for purchase of presents, fifteen thou- Indian service sand dollars. For the expenses of colonizing, supporting

and furnishing agricultural implements, and stock for the Indians in Texas, seventy-one thousand seven hundred and seven dollars and fifty cents.

For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in California, California. including traveling expenses of the superintendent, agents, and subagents, seventeen thousand dollars.

For defraying the expenses of the removal and subsistence of Indians of California to the reservation in that State, and for pay of physicians, smiths, mechanics, and laborers at the reservations, one hundred and sixtytwo thousand dollars: Provided, That an amount not exceeding ten thousand dollars therefrom may be expended for the relief of the temporary wants of Indians outside of said reservations.

For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in the Ter- Utah. ritory of Utah, ten thousand dollars : Provided, That the amount appropriated by the act of thirty-first July, one thousand eight hundred and fitiy-four, for negotiating treaties with Indian tribes in said territory, may 1854, ch. 167. be expended for the general incidental expenses of the Indian service Vol. x. p. 330. therein.

For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in Oregon Oregon. Territory, including insurance, and transportation of annuities, goods, and presents, and office and traveling expenses of the superintendent, agents, and sub-agents, thirty-nine thousand five hundred dollars.

For adjusting difficulties and preventing outbreaks among the Indians in the Territory of Oregon, ten thousand dollars.

For defraying the expenses of the removal and subsistence of Indians in Oregon Territory to the reservations therein, aiding them in procuring their own subsistence, purchase of provisions and presents, compensation of laborers and other employees, fifty thousand dollars.

For restoring and maintaining peace with Indian tribes in Oregon Territory, or so much thereof as may be necessary for expenditure during the year ending thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, two hundred and sixty-four thousand dollars.

Ottawas

and

or

Washington For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in WashingTerritory.

ton Territory, forty thousand dollars.

For restoring and maintaining peace with Indian tribes in Washington Territory, or so much thereof as may be necessary for expenditure during the year ending thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, seventy-nine thousand dollars.

For defraying the expenses of the removal and subsistence of Indians of Washington Territory to the reservations therein, aiding them in procuring their own subsistence, purchase of provisions and presents, and compensation of laborers and necessary employees, sixty thousand dollars : Provided, That a part of said sum, not exceeding four thousand nine hundred and seventeen dollars, may, by direction of the Secretary of the Interior, be applied for the payment of the just value of lands, improvements and preemption claims, owned by whites located within the Indian reservation established on the south side of the Commencement Bay, in Washington Territory, for the Puyallup and other bands of Indians, on the relinquishment of said lands, improvements and claims to the United

States. New Mexico. For the general incidental expenses of the Indian service in the Ter

ritory of New Mexico, presents of goods, agricultural implements, and other useful articles, and in assisting them to locate in permanent abodes and sustain themselves by the pursuits of civilized life, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, forty-seven thousand five hundred dollars.

To carry into effect treaties with the OTTAWA AND CHIPPEWA InChippewas.

DIANS, viz. : Kinuwais

To enable the Secretary of the Interior to pay to Kinuwais or David David King.

King, of Carp and Chocolate Rivers, Michigan, the amount designed to

have been secured to him in the tenth article of the treaty of twentyVol. vii. p. 494. eighth March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, with the Ottawas and

Chippewas, if he shall, on full investigation, be satisfied the same has not

been paid, one hundred dollars. William King For payment of this amount to William King, in accordance with

schedule “ C,” attached to the treaty with the Six Nations of New York, Vol. vii. p. 550. proclaimed April fourth, eighteen hundred and forty, in accordance with

the resolution of the Senate of March twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and

forty, fifteen hundred dollars. Indian Pueblos,

For

expenses of surveying and marking the external boundaries of in New Mexico, Indian pueblos, in the Territory of New Mexico, three thousand seven survey of.

hundred and fifty dollars. Survey of Creek To complete the survey of the Creek boundary, as required by the boundary.

treaty, to be expended under the proper authority, the sum of twenty

four thousand five hundred dollars. Arthur Sizemore. To pay to the legal representatives of Arthur Sizemore, fourteen hun

dred and twenty dollars, and to the legal representative of John Semi, John Semoice. Simmance, or Semoice, eļeven hundred and sixty-three dollars, the said

claims being found in the supplementary abstract of additional claims

accompanying General Mitchell's report, which arise under the Creek Vol. vii. p. 120. treaty of eighteen hundred and fourteen ; the said sums to be paid out

of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. C. M. Hitchcock, For the payment of the claim of C. M. Hitchcock, executor of Colonel executor of A. R. A. R. S. Hunter, for supplies of provisions to the Cherokees, under the S. Hunter.

authority of Brigadier-General Wool, and of J. R. Schermerhorn, commissioner for negotiating the treaty with the Cherokees, from the twentysixth of March to the sixteenth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-six,

one thousand two 'hundred and thirty-six dollars and twenty-five cents. Baker and Street. For payment of the value of property of Baker and Street, destroyed

in eighteen hundred and fifty-five by the Kioway Indians, to be deducted from the annuities payable to the said Indians fifty dollars.

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