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1836. 720

For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of February, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For the purchase of iron, steel, &c. two hundred and twenty dollars.

For the support of a miller, stipulated in the same, six hundred dollars.

$600

TO THE CHOCTAWS.

$2,000.

$3,000.

$6,000

$600.

$15.

$6,000.

For the annuity, during the pleasure of the United States, stipulated, in the fifth article of treaty with them, of the seventeenth of December, eighteen hundred and one, two thousand dollars.

For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the sixteenth of November, eighteen hundred and five, three thousand dollars.

For the limited annuity, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twenty-fourth of October, eighteen hundred and sixteen, six thousand dollars.

For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the thirteenth article of the treaty of the eighteenth of October, eighteen and twenty, six hundred dollars.

For annuity to a chief, stipulated in the fourteenth article of the same, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twentieth of January, eighteen and twentyfive, six thousand dollars.

For the limited annuity, stipulated in the third article of the same, six thousand dollars.

For annuity to a chief, stipulated in the tenth article of the same, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For the limited annuity, stipulated in the seventeenth article of the treaty of the twenty-seventh of September, eighteen hundred and thirty, twenty thousand dollars.

For the purposes of education, stipulated in the twentieth article of the same, twelve thousand five hundred dollars.

For the support of three blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated in the same, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars.

For the purchase of iron, steel, &c. six hundred and sixty dollars.

For the annuity to the chief, stipulated in the fifteenth article of the same, one thousand one hundred dollars.

For annuity to warriors, stipulated in the same, five hundred dollars.

86,000

$150.

$20,000.

$12,500.

$2,160

$660.

$1,100.

$500.

TO THE CHICK ASAWS.

$3,000.

For the permanent annuity, as provided for by the act of the twenty-fifth of February, seventeen hundred and ninety-nine, three thousand dollars.

For the purposes of education, stipulated in the second article 1836. of the treaty with them, of the twenty-fourth of May, eighteen $3,000. hundred and thirty-four, three thousand dollars.

TO THE CREEKS.

For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of $1,500. the treaty with them, of the seventh of August, seventeen hundred and ninety, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the second article of $3,000 the treaty of the sixteenth of June, eighteen hundred and two, three thousand dollars.

TO THE CREEKS EAST.

For the limited annuity, stipulated in the eighth article of the $12,000. treaty with them, of the twenty-fourth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty two, twelve thousand dollars.

For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the $720. thirteenth article of the same, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For the purchase of iron, steel, &c. two hundred and twenty $220. dollars.

For the purposes of education, stipulated in the thirteenth $3,000. article of the same, three thousand dollars.

For the annuity to three chiefs, stipulated in the eleventh $100. article of the same, four hundred dollars.

TO THE CREEKS WEST.

dollars.

For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of $20,000. the treaty with them, of the twenty-fourth of January, eighteen kundred and twenty-six, twenty thousand dollars.

For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in $720. the eighth article of the same, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For the purchase of iron, steel, &c. two hundred and twenty $220. For the support of a wheelwright, stipulated in the same, six sion. hundred dollars.

For agricultural implements, stipulated in the eighth article $3000. of the same, two thousand dollars.

For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in $720. the fifth article of the treaty of the fourteenth of February, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, seven hundred and twenty For the purchase of iron, steel, &c. two hundred and twenty $220.

For the support of a wheelwright, or wagon maker, stipulated scoo. in the same, six hundred dollars.

For the purposes of education, during the pleasure of the $1,000. President, stipulated in the same, one thousand dollars.

dollars.

dollars.

1836.

TO THE CHEROKEES.

$6,000.

$1,000.

$3,000

For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the third and sixth articles of the treaty with them, of the sixth of June, seventeen hundred and ninety-four, and the second of October seventeen hundred and ninety-eight, six thousand dollars.

For the permanent annuity stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the twenty-fourth of October, eighteen hundred and four, one thousand dollars.

For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the twenty-fifth of October, eighteen hundred and five, three thousand dollars.

For the payment of interest on an annuity of one thousand dollars, secured to the Cherokees by the treaty of the twentyfourth October, eighteen hundred and four, and which was not paid till the year eighteen hundred and twenty-five, twelve thousand six hundred dollars, which sum shall be paid in the same manner and in the same proportions to the Cherokees east and west of the Mississippi that the annuity itself is payable.

$12,600.

TO THE QUAPAWS.

$1,000.

$2.000

For the purposes of education, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the third article of the treaty with them, of the thirteenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, one thousand dollars.

For the limited annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the thirteenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirtythree, two thousand dollars.

For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the third article of the same, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For the purchase of iron, steel, &c. two hundred and twenty dollars.

For the support of a farmer, stipulated in the same, six hun. dred dollars.

$7:20.

$220. 1

$600.

TO THE FLORIDA INDIANS.

$4,610.

$1,000.

$1,000

For the limited annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty with them, of the eighteenth of September, eighteen hundred and twenty-three, four thousand six hundred and ten dollars.

For the support of a blacksmith's establishment stipulated in the sixth article of the same, one thousand dollars.

For the purposes of education, stipulated in the same, one thousand dollars. Provided however, That no part of the appropriation for the Florida Indians shall be paid to any Indians who have been engaged in hostilities against the United States, unless in such change of circumstances as may induce the President of the United States to direct the same to be paid.

Proviso.

TO THE PAWNEES.

1836.

$1,600.

For the limited annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty with them, of the ninth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, four thousand six hundred dollars.

For agricultural implements, stipulated in the fourth article of $2,000. the same two thousand dollars.

For the purposes of education, stipulated in the fifth article of $1,000. the same, one thousand dollars.

For the support of two blacksmiths' establishments stipulated $2,000. in the sixth article of the same, two thousand dollars.

For the support of four farmers, stipulated in the seventh ar- $2,400. ticle of the same, two thousand four hundred dollars.

TO THE CHEROKEES WEST.

For the purposes of education, stipulated in the fifth article of s2,000. the treaty with them, of the sixth of May, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, two thousand dollars.

For the support of four blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated $2,839. in the feurth article of the treaty with them, of the fourteenth of February, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, two thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars.

For the purchase of iron, steel, &c. eight hundred and eighty s. dollars.

For the support of a wagon maker and a wheelwright, stipu- $1,999. lated in the same, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For the expenses of transportation and distribution of annui- 22.500. ties, salt, agricultural implements, tobacco, tools, &c. and other incidental expenses, twenty-nine thousand five hundred dollars.

For carrying into effect certain stipulations in the treaties con- $1,695 62. cluded with the Senacas of Sandusky on the twenty-eighth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, with the Senacas and Shawanees, on the twentieth July, eighteen hundred and thirtyone, and with the Shawanees on the eighth August, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, sixteen hundred and ninety-five dollars and sixty two cents.

For expenses attending the execution of the treaty with the $7,000. Creeks, of the twenty-fourth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty two, in relation to locating reservations and certifying contracts, seven thousand dollars.

For expenses attending the execution of the treaty with the $5,000. Choctaws, of September, eighteen hundred and thirty, in relation ty locating reservations, five thousand dollars.

For the purpose of carrying into effect the treaty made with the Caddo Indians on the first day of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-five, forty thousand dollars.

To defray the expense of removing the Winnebago Indians $10,000. who reside south of the Wisconsin to the “neutral ground,” or such other place as may be assigned by treaty, and for their subsistence for five months, forty thousand dollars. Provided al- Proviso. ways that no part of said sum of money shall be used unless the

$10,000

$22,000.

$5,200.

Proviso.

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$1,023,550.

1836. said Indians will agree to remove, and actually do remove to a

country to be assigned to them on the southwest side of the river Missouri.

To defray the expense of holding treaties with the Indians in the vicinity of Green Bay, Indians within the State of New York, the Winnebagoes north and south of the Wisconsin; and with the Sacs and Foxes north of Missouri, twenty-two thousand dollars.

For holding a treaty with the Chippewas of Saginaw, five thousand two hundred dollars; Provided, That the compensation to the commissioners for holding said treaties, shall be a per diem allowance only.

" For one hundred and seventy-five rifles for the Pottawata

mies, two thousand four hundred dollars." $13,000

For the expenses of the Ross delegation of twenty Cherokees, thirteen thousand dollars, to be paid to John Martin.

To defray the expenses of Richard Field, a Cherokee Indian, who attended at the seat of Government, at the request of an agent of the Government, in the winter of eighteen hundred thirty-four,--thirty-live, four hundred and fifty dollars.

For expenses of three delegates from the Seneca nation of Indians who have attended at Washington during the present winter, six hundred dollars.

For the removal of twenty-one thousand Creek Indians and their subsistence for one year, including subsistence of those recently removed, in addition to the balance of one hundred and tifty-five thousand dollars of former appropriations, one million and twenty-three thousand five hundred and fifty dollars. Provided always, That it shall not be lawful to make any contract with any person or persons for the removal of said Indians, or any part of them, at the expense of any individual or individuals, except such contract is made in pursuance of reasonable notice, publicly given and with such person or persons as shall have offered the most favorable terms to the Government.

For the removal of Seminole Indians and their subsistence for one year, in addition to a balance of thirty-three thousand dollars of former appropriations, one hundred thousand dollars.

For holding treaties with Indian tribes for the purpose of extinguishing the Indian title to the territory between the State of Missouri and the Missouri river, two thousand dollars.

To defray the expenses of a delegation of the Pottawatamie Indians, on a visit to Washington city, two thousand six hundred and thirty dollars.

Sec. 2. And be it further enucted. That the Secretary of close certain ac War be, and he is hereby authorized to cause the accounts of the

commissioners, appointed under the act of Congress of third March, cighteen hundred and twenty-five, to be closed by transferring from the appropriation therein made for "defraying the expenses of treating with the Indians," to the appropriation for “making the road irom the westem frontier of Missouri 10 the confiaes of New Mexico," such amount, as may be necessary for this purpose.

Pioviss.

$100.000

$200

$2,630).

Secretary of War authorized to

rounts. .

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