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marking or surveying, and the 11 Such permission not to extenä
marshal may, under instructions
acres .......... ib. subjects the offender to fine and
when required, to purchasers. ib. 16 And he may be removed by mi.
See Indian Lands.
| by them and including their vi.
Permitted to locate his military
warrant to include the settlement
La Fayette General ;
op proved lands, salt springs or lead
mines . .
2 1 5 By the act of 21st April, 1806,
| locations may be made for 500
acres . . . . . . . . .
See Land Ofices.
Land Offices. | 16 Land acquired by the treaty of
Fort Wayne of Septem. 30, 1809,
nel and lying west of and adjoining
the boundary line established by
the treaty of Greenville attached
to the district of Cincinnati . . 179
17 The residue of the lands ac-
quired by said treaty and other
treaties at Vincennes the same
year attached to the Vincennes
district . . . . . . . . . ib.
18 Boundary between the districts
of Vincennes and Jeffersonville 180
19 Two land offices established in
the Mississippi Territory... ib.
20 One in Adams county for the
lands west of Pearl River, and one
| in Washington county for those
east of Pearl River, at such place
as the President shall appoint in
each .. . . . . . . . . ib.
21 That part of the lands acquired
| by the treaty of Mount-Dexter with
the Choctaws, lying east of Pearl
River, attached to the district east
of that river, and those lying west
of that river, attached to the dis-
trict west thereof ..... 182
22 The President authorised to es.
tablish a land office for the sale of
the lands ceded by the Cherokees
and Chickasaws . . . . . ib.
For ascertaining the lands acquir.
ed by treaties with the Indians at-
tached to the several Land Offices
abovementioned-See the referencea
under the head of
Treaties with Indian Tribes.
| 1 In the Indiana territory, and conti-
I guous sections reserved for future
178-9 | clared fraudulent and null, . ib.
for å term not exceeding 5 years ib. Mississippi territory to regulate
tion rights' ,
14, 15, 19. La Fayette Generel.
1 Retrocession of, by Spain to
France; recital of so much of the
sued to each of them . . . 234 thereto . , . . . . . 5
5 3 Power of the surveyor general ex
the governors of the British pro-
vinces in North America authori.
zed to grant lands to reduced offi.
cers and privates who had served
in the preceding war, and also to
the officers of the navy who had
served at the reduction of Louis-
burg and Quebec, and the rates of
such bounties . . . . . 17-18
September, 1776, and the rates of
bounty . . . . . . 191-2
. 3 The said resolution made retros.
pective by that of 18th September,
1776 . . . . . . . 192
For private claims and pre-emption 5 The provisions of the resolution
August, 1780, and rates of bounty ib.
. 1901 Durer
6 And by that of 30th September, apart for satisfying said claims, ad-
1780, to the hospital and medical joining the southern boundary of
cers, by resolution 3d Oct. 1780 193 termined by lot . . . . . . ib.
isfying . . . . . . . 196
See Virginia Military Bounties.
· Military Land Warrants
acres each . . . . . . 201 notice given in the several states
| 3 Unlocated after the 1st January,
1802, barred . . . . . . . 198
4 Fourteen days allowed for regis
6 Certain fractional quarter town.
and survey returned by the sur-
veyor general) less than 4,000
8 If containing more (according to
| until warrants be deposited, or 82
per acre paid into the treasury,
| 9 Time for registering and locating
extended to 1st January, 1803 203
10 Claims to, to be received, and
to be issued by the Secretary at
War until the 1st January, 1803 ib.
| 11 Time for registering and locat-
ing extended to 1st April, 1803 ib.
... 2101 hibited and substantiated their
13 And located on the 50 quarter
JOne third of all gold, silver, lead
and copper, reserved for the future
disposition of Congress in the ter-
ritory north-west of the Ohio, by
ordinance of Congress of the 20th
| May, 1785 .
. . . 136
See note to page 133.
50 reserved quarter townships, &c. ib. and the subjects of Spain, from its
11 A surveyor appointed for the . 171
12 Public lands and private claims
to be sureved therein . . . ib.
therein . . . . . . . . 180
See Land Offices, 20, 21. Surder-
ins, 24 to 28. Private Claims, 21
tions, 10 to 13. Pre-emfution, 19
See United Brethren.
the Ohio . . . . . . . . 145
3 Also in the territory of the Unit.
ed States south of the state of Ten-
nessee . . . . . . . . 186
see Jefferson College,