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Commissioners of Loans.. mission may be allowed, with a
less number of inhabitants than
sixty thousand. ...... ib.
7 The new states to be formed in
said territory shall not interfere "
in the primary disposal of the soil,
por tax the laxis of the U. States 137
18 Nor the lands of non-resident,
higher than resident proprietors ib.
| 9 Compact between the U. States
and Tennessee See Tennessee)
five states to be formed therein , ib. claim to lands beyond a certain
See Western Reserve.
to be republican . . . . . ib. na and Georgia, concluded at
Articles I. III. IV. 26
for sub-clividing the townships in.
4. Ilis fees to be paid by purchasers .
for running lines of tracts purchas.
. . . . . . .
. . ib.
5 Fees under former laws no longer
312, 313, 319
ol demandable after the 1st July,
1804 . . . . . . . . . . ib.
6 To be appointed in the territory
of Louisiana, one of whom to be
principal, who shall keep an of
11 Certain tracts in the Illinois to be
| laid off for the ancient settlers
there, by resolution of Congress of
20th June, 1788 . .
2 So as to give 400 acres to each of
the families at Kaskaskia, La
Prairie du Rocher, Kahokia and
Fort Chartres . . . .
. . 261
ancient settlers of Post St. Vin-
cents by resolution of the 29th
1 August, 1788 . . . . . 262-3
4 The said donation extended by
act of the 3d March, 1791, to
those who were heads of families
in the year 1783 at any of the said
places, and had since removed
from one of the said places to
. . . . . . . . . . . ib.
the other . . . . . 263
5 Or had removed out of the North
Western Territory ; provided they
| return to occupy the same within
five years . . . . . . ib.
16 150 acres in Vincennes given to
the persons in possession thereof 264
7 Certain tracts given to the villages
of Vincennes, Cohos and Prairie
clucling the old one . . .271 | 8 100 acres to be granted to each
or out of the territory had not laid
their claims before the commissi-
10 To persons being heads of fami-
lies or 21 years of age, actually
inbabiting and cultivating any tract
of land in the Mississippi Territo-
ry, on the day of its final evacua-
tion by the Spanish troops, such
tracts granted . . . . . 283
11 Not more than one tract to one
person & not exceeding 640 acres ib.
der a British or Spanish grant 283-4
ceiver of the district east of Pearl I chase certain lands north-west of
See further for donations arranged there . . . . . . . . . 257
Dufour, John James,
Ellis, Abraham, 12 Repeal of this provision to take
| effect after the 30ih April, 1806
| fected thereby . . . . .
14. Allowance for money payments in
| lieu of stock . . . . .
. . ib.
09 15 Not receivable for lands sold in
o the Mississippi Territory . ! 181-2
See Dufour, Johir James, 3.
| case of failure to make complete
I payment. . .
. . . . 151
12 Lands exposed to sale for arrears
due and unpaid on account of a
former sale, if the sum due be not
bidden and paid, shall revert to the
United States . . . . . . 163
3 Where tracts not exceeding 640
acres have reverted to the United
. . . .
. . . 196
. . . 196 paid . . . . . . . . ib.
5 And benefit of the extension of
time for future payments, provided
the land has not been re-sold, and
application for re-entry be made
before June, 1810 . , . ib.
See sales of public lands 10, 22, 24.
Foreign Deserters. 14 The remaining 20,000 acres to be
divided into as many lots as there
shall be ascertained to be set-
ted among them .
. . . 2245
5 Patents to issue to them, to be
void on failure of settlement within
a certain period, &c. . . . . 225
contracts made by them, not to be
of Galliopolis to be ascertained ib. ner of the 24,000 acre tract, and
2 The boundaries of, defined in a
of 20th January, 1764, in which
ed to be, the north boundary line
of East and West Florida... 21
3 Limits between, and South Ca-
cluded at Beaufort on the 28th
commissioners to settle interfering
s claims with, and to receive pr.
posals for a cession of territory
from . . . . . . . . . . 54
15 Lands ascertained by the com-
| missioners to belong to the Unite
ed States, to be disposed of, and
the proceeds applied to the sink.
. ib. ing the public debt . . . . . 25.
"16 Rigats of or of individuals not
affected by the establisiinent of
| cles of agreement and cession - 59
9 To be paid S 1,250,000 out of
received into the Treasury of the
|Two lots near Kaskaskia granted
I to in fee
. . i . . . . . 264
Jefferson College. I purchasing, settling on or mark.
ing, &c .. .. .: :: . 19
12 No purchases of to be made but
| on government account, and at
some public assembly . . . . 20
Congress of 19th May, 1796, with
penalty for negociating treaties
by government ...... 139
See Intruders, 1, 4.
See Indian Lands.
Treaties with Indian Tribes.
gainst, and ordering such to re-
move from them . . . . . . 19
| 2 On public lands, for the purpo.
ses of settlement, prohibited and
3 Having in a lawless and unautho-
Post St. Vincents, the Secretary
at War is directed to remove them
by military force : .. .137