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Chap. Sec.
Appropriations-continued--
FOR INDIAN DEPARTMENT, VIZ:

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For agents; clerks of superintendents; contingen-

cies of Indian department; interpreters; oii-
Ces; po-tages; presents to Indians; renis ;
stationery ; sub-agents; superintendents of

Indian affairs ; visits of Indians on business 34 1
For INDIAN TREATIES, &C., VIZ:

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To the Camanches---
For the ransom of two white boys

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To the Cherokees-
For blacksmiths, (35,) delegation to Washington, 34 1

(48,) iron and steel, (35,) wagon maker and
wheel wright

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Western Cherokees, reappropriation to, for stock
lost -

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To the Chickasaws-
For annuity and education

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For indemnifying the tribe for land sold in Chick-
asaw cession

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To the Chippewas of Mississippi and Lake Superior-
For annuities, schools, &c. -

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To the Chippewas of Saganaw_
For annuities, education, &c.

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To the Chippewas, Menomonies, Winnebagoes, and
New York Indians--
For education

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To the Chippewas, Ottowas, and Pottowatomies-
For annuities, life annuities, &c.

37 1 To the Choctaws--For annuilies, education, &c.

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For Choctaw claimanis

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For life annuity to Bob Cole and three district
cliefs

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To the Christian Indians-
For permanent annuity

37 1 To the Creeks

For annuities &c., and interest on $350,000 37 1
For annuities and boundary lines

37 1 To the Delawares

For annuities, &c., and interest on $46,000 37 1
To the Eel river Miamies
For annuities

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To the Florida Indians--
For annuities, &c.

37 1 To the lowasFor interest on $157,500

37 1 To the KansasFor agriculture, &c.

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Chap. Sec.
Appropriations---continued--
To the Kickapoos-
For limited annuity

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To the Menomonies-
For annuities, &c.

37 1 37-38 To the MiamiesFor annuities, education, &c.

..37 36-37 Reappropriation to, for improvements

37 1 43 To the Miamies of Eel riverFor annuities

34 1 37 To the OmahasFor agriculture, &c.

34 1 38 To the Queidas

For the chief of the Christian and Orchard par. ties of

34 1 48 To the Osages-For annuity, &c., and interest on $69,120 34 1

39-40 To the Ottocs and MissouriasFor agricultural implements, &c.

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39 To the OliowasFor annuilies

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To the Oitowas and Chippewas--

For annuities, agriculture, and interest on
$200,000

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To the Pawnees--
For agricultural implements

34 1 42 To the PiankeshawsFor annuities

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42 To the Pottowatomies For annuities, &c.

1 40-41 To the Poitowatomies of Huron For annuity

34 1 To the Pottowatomies of IndianaFor education

34 1 To the Poliowalomies of Missouri river-For expenses of treaty with

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49 To the Potiowatomies of ihe PrairieFor liiniled and life annuities

34 1 41 To the Poitowatomies of the WabashFor annuity

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41 To the Quapaws For annuities, education, agriculture, &c.

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43 To the Sacs and Foxes of Mississippi For annuities, agriculture, &c.

34 1 To the Sacs and Foxes of Missouri For interest on $157,400

34 1 To the Seminoles--

For annuities, &c., and subsistence while remov.
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To the Senecas-
For annuities, &c.

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To the Senccus of New York--
For annuity

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For stock to be cancelled, and placed to the credit
of .

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To the Senecas and Shawnees
For annuity, &c.

34 1 Reappropriation for

34 1 To the Shawnees For annuities, &c.

34 1 To the Sioux of Mississippi For annuity, agriculture, &c., and interest on $300,000)

34 1 To the Sioux, Yancion and SantieFor agriculure, &c.

34 1 To the Six Nations, of New YorkFor annuity

34 1 To the Stockbridge IndiansFor refunding moneys paid by

85 3 To the St. Regis Indians-For the American party of

34 1 To the Weas -For annuiljes

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To the Wild Indians of the Prairie-
For expenses of a mission to

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For expenses, &c. of a delegation to Washington 65 1
To the Winnebagoes
For annuities, &c. and delegation of .

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To the Wyandots---
For annuity

34.1 For blacksmiths

34 1 For education

34 1 For improvements on ceded lands

34 1 For iron and steel

34 1 To the Yancton and Santie SiouxFor agriculture, &c.

34 1 FOR THE MEXICAN WAR

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For VOLUNTEERS AND OTHER TROOPS ENGAG-

ED IN THE MEXICAN War, viz:
For Regular Army--
For officers and men called for by act of

June 18, 1846, viz:
For subsistence, forage, clothing

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For Rifle Regiment
For recruiting, camp equipage, forage - 61 1
For Volunteers, viz:
For officer's pay, subsistence, forage, ser-
vants

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Page. Appropriations---continued

For Volunteers under act of May 13, 1846,

viz: pay, subsistence, camp equipage, ord-
nance, supplies, &c.

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FOR THE ARMY, viz:
For the armories 105; arsenals 105; artillery

drawings 105; clothing, camp and garrison
equipage 103-100; contingencies of army
105; gunpowder 105; medical department
106; mineral land service,officers subsistence,
forage, servants 103-106 ; officers, non-com-
missioned, extra pay to 103 ; ordnance de-
partment, for stores and current expenses
105; pay of army 103-106 ; quarter masters

department, regular supplies, &c. 103-106;
For MILITARY ACADEMY :

96 1 106
Viz: for pay, subsistence, forage, servants, re-
pairs, barracks, &c.

96 1 107
For expenses of board of visiters,

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For Civil and DIPLOMATIC EXPENSES,
For Congress-

For pay and mileage of members of . 175 1
For officers of

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For contingent expenses of both houses of . 175

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For Library of, viz:
For officers of

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. 175 1 For books and law books for

- 175 1 144
For Departments of Government-

For State Department:
For Secretary and officers of

· 175 1
For contingencies of •

• 175 1
For officers and contingencies of building of 175
For Treasury Department:
For officers, viz:
For secretary, comptrollers, auditors, treasu.

rers, register and commissioner general

land office, clerks, &c. in their offices - 175 1 145-146
For contingent expenses of offices of • 175 1 146–147
For building:
For officers and contingent expenses of

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For War Department:
For officers, viz:
For secretary, commissioner of Indian af.
fairs, commissoner of pensions -

- 175 1 147–118
For contingent expenses in offices of

175 1 148-149
For clerks in the offices of

- 175 1 147-148
For the building of, viz:
For superintendent, labor, lights, &c. · 175 1

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For the Navy Department:
For officers, viz:
Secretary, chiefs of bureaus, chief naval con-
structor, and engineer in chief

- 175 1 149-150 For clerks in the offices of

. 175 1 149-150 For contingent expenses of

• 175 1 150 For the building, viz: for superintendent,

watchmen, coutingent expenses of, &c. 175 1 150
For the Post Office Department:
For officers, viz:
Postmaster general, assistant postmasters gen-

eral, auditors, clerks, messengers, superin-
tendent, &c.

175 1 150 For contingencies of the various offices of . 175

150 For Surveyors General, viz: in the various States and Territories

- 175 1 150-151 For clerks of

- 175 1 150–151
For Mint of the United States and branches :
For officers, contingencies, machinery, &c. • 175 1 151-152
For government in Territories of the United

States :
For officers, contingencies, legislative assem-
blies of

175 1 152
For the Judiciary:
For chief justice of United States and asso-

ciates; district judges; judges of District
of Columbia ; attorney general ; reporter
of supreme court; district attorneys; mar-
shals; contingencies; additional compen-
sation to certain judges

• 175 1 153 Miscellaneous

- 175 1 153 Patent office

· 175 1 156 Lighthouse establishments : For supplies of; repairs ; salary of keepers - 175

156 For keepers of floating lights, beacons and buoys, &c.

- 175 1 157 For surveys of Public Lands

. 175 1 157 Intercourse with Foreign nations

- 175 1 158 FOR THE Naval Service, viz:

· 176 1 160 For armament, equipment, increase and repairs of navy, coal and hemp

· 176 1 160 For ordnance and ordnance stores

- 176 1 161 For pay of officers, seamen, and engineer corps 176 1

160 For pay of passed midshipmen acting as mas. ters

- 176 1 160 For books, maps, charts, &c.

· 176 1 16L For contingent expenses of

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