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To John Riley, son of Menawcumagoquoi, I section of land at the mouth of the River Au Foin, on the Grand River, and extending up the said River.
To Peter Riley, son of Menawcumagoquoi, 1 section of land at the mouth of the River Au Foin, on the Grand River, and extending down the said River.
To Jean B. Le Clerc, son of Moiqua, į of a section of land, above and adjoining the tract granted to Pierre Le Clerc.
To Joseph La Framboise, son of Shawwenoqua, 1 section of land upon the South side of the River St. Joseph, and adjoining, on the upper side, the land ceded to The United States, which said section is also ceded to The United States.
The tracts of land herein stipulated to be granied shall never be leased or conveyed by the Grantees or their Heirs, to any Persons whatever, withont the permission of the President of The United States.
All such tracts shall be located after the said cession is surveyed, and in conformity with such surveys, as near as may be, and in such manner as the President may direct.
IV. In consideration of the cession aforesaid, The United States engage to pay to the Ottawa Nation 1,000 dollars in specie annually, forever, and also to appropriate, annually, for the term of 10 Years the sum of 1,500 dollars, to be expended as the President may direct, in the support of a Blacksmith, of a Teacher, and of a Person to instruct the Ottawas in agriculture, and in the purchase of cattle and farming utensils. And The United States also engage to pay to the Pottawatamie Nation 5,000 dollars in specie, annually, for the term of 20 Years, and also to appropriate, annually, for the term of 15 Years, the sum of 1,000 dollars, to be expended as the President may direct, in the support of a Blacksmith and a Teacher. And one mile square shall be selected, under the direction of the President, on the North side of the Grand River, and 1 mile square on the South side of the St. Joseph, and within the Indian lands not ceded; upon which the Blacksmiths and Teachers employed for the said Tribe respectively shall reside.
V. The Stipulation contained in the Treaty of Greenville, relative to the right of the Indians to bunt upon the land ceded, while it continues the property of the United States, shall apply to this Treaty.
VI. The United States shall have the privilege of making and using a Road through the Indian Country, from Detroit and Fort Wayne, respectively, to Chicago.
VII. This Treaty shall take effect and be obligatory on the Contracting Parties, so soon as the same shall be ratified by the President of The United States, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate thereof.
In testimony whereof, the said Lewis Cass, and Solomon Sibley, Commissioners as aforesaid, and the Chiefs and Warriors of the said
Ottawa, Chippewa, and Pottawatamie Nations, have hereunto set their hands, at Chicago, aforesaid, this 29th day of August, in the Year of our Lord 1821. LEWIS CASS.
OTTAWAS. (8 in number.) SOLOMON SIBLEY.
CHIPPEWAS. (57 in number.)
The tract reserved at the Village of Matchebenashewish, at the head of the Kekalimazoo River, was, by Agreeinent, to be 3 miles square The extent of the reservation was accidentally omitted.
SOLOMON SIBLEY. Now, therefore, be it known, that I, James Monroe, President of the United States of America, having seen and considered the said Treaty, do, in pursuance of the advice and consent of the Senate, as expressed by their Resolution of this month, accept, ratify, and confirm the same, and every Clause and Article thereof.
In testimony whereof, I have caused the Seal of The United States to be hereunto affixed, having signed the same with my
hand. Done at the City of Washington, this 25th day of March, in the Year of our Lord 1822, and of the Indpendence of The United States the 46th.
JAMES MONROE. By the President: JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, Secretary of State.
ACT of Congress of The United States, concerning the Com
merce and Navigation of Florida.-30th March, 1822.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that any Ship or Vessel possessed of, and sailing under, a Spanish Register, on the 10th day of July, 1821, and continuing to belong wholly to a Citizen or Citizens of The United States, then residing within the Territories ceded to The United States by the Treaty of the 22d of February, 1819, between The United States and the King of Spain, the Ratifications of which were exchanged on the 22d of February, 1821, or to any Person or Persons being, ou the said 22d day of February, an Inhabitant or Inhabitants of the said ceded Territory, and who continue to reside therein, and of which the Master is a Citizen of The United States, or an Iphabitant as aforesaid, may be registered, enrolled, and licensed, io the manner prescribed by Law; and being so registered, enrolled, and licensed, shall be denominated and deemed a Ship or Vessel of The United States, and entitled to the same privileges and benefits : Provided, that it shall be lawful for the Collector
to whom application shall be made for a Certificate of Registry, enrolment, or licence, by any Citizen or Inhabitant, as aforesaid, to make such variations in the forms of the Oaths, Certificates, and Licences, as shall render them applicable to the cases herein intended to be provided for: And provided, also, that every such Inhabitant, applying as aforesaid, shall, prior to his being entitled to receive such Certificate of Registry, Enrolment, or Licence, deposit, with the Collector, the Register and other Papers under which such Ship or Vessel had been navigated; and also take and subscribe, before the Collector, (who is hereby authorized to administer the same, the following Oath: “ I, A. B. do swear (or affirm) that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the United States of America, and that I do entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to every Foreigu Prince, Potentate, State, or Sovereignty whatever, and particularly to the King of Spain.”
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, that the Inhabitants of said ceded Territory, who were Residents thereof on the said 22d day of February, and who shall take the said Oath, and who continue to reside therein, or Citizens of The United States, resident therein, shall be entitled to all the benefits and privileges of owning Ships or Vessels of The United States, to all intents and purposes, as if they were resident Citizens of The United States.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, that, during the term of 12 Years, to commence 3 Months after the 22d day of February, 1821, being the day of the exchange of the Ratificatious of said Treaty, Spanish Ships or Vessels, coming laden only with the productions of Spanish growth or manufacture, directly from the Ports of Spain, or her Colonies, shall be admitted into the Ports of Pensacola and St. Augustine, in the said ceded Territory, in the same manner as Ships and Vessels of The United States, and without paying any other or higher Duties on their Cargoes than by Law now are, or shall at the time be made, payable by Citizens of The United States on similar Articles imported into said Ports of Pensacola or St. Augustine, in Ships and Vessels of The United States, from any of the Ports or Places of Spain, or ber Colonies, and without paying any higher Tonnage Duty than by Law now is, or at the time shall be laid, on any Ship or Vessel of The United States, coming from any Port or Place of Spain, or any of her Colonies, to said Ports of Pensacola or St. Augustine.
PHILIP P. BARBOUR, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
President of the Senate, pro tempore. Washington, 30th March, 1822. Approved, JAMES MONROE.
An Account of the Ordinary Revenues and Extraordinary Resources, constituting the Publick
PROPERTY TAX (Arrears) LOTTERY, 'surplus Receipts after payment of Lottery
Prizes UNCLAIMED Disidendı, An.
nuities, Lottery Prizes, &c. per Act 56 Geo. III. c. 97 FROM the Commissioners for the issue of Exchequer Bills, per Acts 57 Geo. In. c. 34 & 124, for carrying on Public Works, and for the Employment of the Poor in Great Britain On account of Advances made by the Treasury, under the Authority of various Acts of Parliament, for improving Post Roads, for building Gaols, for the Police, for Public Works and Employ. ment of the Poor, and for the support of Commercial Credit in Ireland SURPLUS Fees of Regulated
Public Offices INTEREST on Contracts for the Redemption of Land Tax OTHER Monies paid to the Public
TOTAL (exclusive of Loans) € LOANS paid into the Exchequer TOTAL PUBLICK INCOME of the UNITED KINGDOM (including the Loans)
421,881 0 62
733,072 13 84
712,666 11 78 78,613,244 4 11
80,480,884 10 9
Income of the UNITED KINGDOM of Great Britain and Ireland ; for the Year ended 5th Jan. 1822.
Drawbacks, Discounts, Charges of Management, and Expences
incidental to and paid out of the Gross Revenue. RATE Per-centum Repayments, al.
Quarantine and for which the towanees, dis othercharges; also
TOTAL courts,dyawbacks, Irish packet estaGROSS & bomties of the blishment, with
CHARGES PAYMENTS REVENUE
nature of draw. the allowance to backs; allowances Ireland in lieu of
out of the
sities on account also, Irish postage, MANAGEMENT. GROSS
of Great Britain.
for which applicable to
the National Objects,
PRODUCE and to
of the PAYMENTS REVENUE
was into the
2 13 7 18 10 3 22 12 2
2,069 12 8 2,069 128 81,706 0 32
4,269 13 112
853 1853 8,815 15 91
985 4 431 5,071 0 0 5,071 0 0% 136,077 4 1 143,404 1 94 4,151,691 11 448,533,083 18 103 57,361, 192 13 2
4. 6. 2
7 9 7