Florida Indians. Blacksmith. Education. lowas. Interest. Kickapoos. Kanzas. Blacksmith. Iron. Miamies. Blacksmith. solution of Senate of nineteenth January, eighteen hundred and thirtyeight, two thousand three hundred and four dollars ; To the Florida Indians.—For blacksmith and assistant, as stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty of eighteenth of September, eighteen hundred and twenty-three, and treaty of ninth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, one thousand dollars ; For education, as stipulated in same treaties, five hundred dollars; To the Iowas.-For one year's interest on one hundred and fiftyseven thousand five hundred dollars, to be invested at five per centum, as stipulated in the second article of the treaty of nineteenth October, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, seven thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars ; To the Kickapoos.- For limited annuity for nineteen years, as stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-fourth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, five thousand dollars; To the Kanzas.-For limited annuity for twenty years, as stipulated in the third article of the treaty of third of June, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, three thousand five hundred dollars; For blacksmith and assistant, as stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of third of June, one thousand eight hundred and twentyfive, seven hundred and twenty dollars; For iron, steel, &c., two hundred and twenty dollars ; For agricultural assistance, as stipulated in same article, same treaty, one thousand six hundred dollars ; To the Miamies.-For permanent annuity, as stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-third October, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, twenty-five thousand dollars ; For blacksmith and assistant, as stipulated in the fifth article of treaty of sixth October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, seven hundred and twenty dollars; For iron and steel, &c., for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars; For one thousand pounds of tobacco, two thousand pounds of iron, one thousand pounds of steel, as stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-third October, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, seven hundred and seventy dollars; For pay of miller in lieu of gunsmith, as stipulated in fifth article of treaty of sixth of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, six hun. dred dollars; for one hundred and sixty bushels of salt, as stipulated in same article, same treaty, three hundred and twenty dollars; For education and support of the poor, as stipulated in the sixth article of treaty of twenty-third October, eighteen hundred and twentysix, two thousand dollars; For the eighth of ten instalments, as stipulated in second article of treaty of twenty-fourth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, ten thousand dollars; For the seventh of ten instalments, as stipulated in third article of treaty of sixth November, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, twelve thousand five hundred and sixty-eight dollars ; For agricultural assistance, as stipulated in fifth article of treaty of sixth October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, two hundred dollars ; For the fourth of twenty instalments, as stipulated in second article of treaty of twenty-eighth November, eighteen hundred and forty, twelve thousand five hundred dollars; For payment in lieu of laborers, as stipulated in sixth article of treaty of twenty-eighth November, eighteen hundred and forty, two hundred and fifty dollars; To the Ecl Rivers, (Miamies.)-For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of third of August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, five hundred dollars ; Iron. Miller. Salt. Education. 8th instalment of 1834. 7th instalment of 1838. Agriculture. 4th instalment of 1840. In lieu of laborers. Eel Rivers, (Miamies.) Annuities. Omahas. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of twenty-first of August, eighteen hundred and five, two hundred and fifty dollars; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of thirtieth of September, eighteen hundred and nine, three hundred and fifty dollars ; To the Menomonies.-For limited annuity for twenty years, stipulated Menomonies. in the second article of the treaty of third September, eighteen hun Annuity. dred and thirty-six, twenty thousand dollars; For two blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated in the same, one thou- Blacksmiths. sand four hundred dollars; For iron and steel, &c., for shops, four hundred and forty dollars ; Iron. For purchase of provisions, stipulated in the same, three thousand Provisions. dollars; For two thousand pounds of tobacco, stipulated in the same, three Tobacco. hundred dollars ; For farming utensils, cattle, &c., stipulated in the same, five hundred Farming. dollars; for thirty barrels of salt, stipulated in the same, one hundred Salt. and fifty dollars; To the Omahas.-For blacksmith and assistant, for ten years, and Blacksmith. during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, seven hundred and twenty dollars ; For iron and steel, for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars; Iron. For agricultural implements, during the pleasure of the President, Agricultural implements. stipulated in the same, five hundred dollars; To the Ottawas and Chippewas.-For limited annuity, for twenty Ottawas and years, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-eighth Chippewas. Annuity March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, thirty thousand dollars; For interest to be paid annually, on two hundred thousand dollars, as Interest. annuity, per Senate resolution, twelve thousand dollars; For ninth of ten instalments, to be paid out of five thousand dollars 9th instalment to half-breeds. for half-breeds, stipulated in the sixth article of the treaty of twentyeighth March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, five hundred dollars ; For education, for twenty years, and during the pleasure of Congress, Education. stipulated in the same, three thousand dollars ; For missions, for twenty years, and during the pleasure of Congress, Missions. stipulated in the same, three thousand dollars; For vaccine matter, medicines, and pay of physician, stipulated in Vaccine matthe same, three hundred dollars; For purchase of provisions, for twenty years, stipulated in the same, Provisions. two thousand dollars; For six thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco, for twenty years, Tobacco. stipulated in the same, nine hundred and seventy-five dollars; For one hundred barrels of salt, for twenty years, stipulated in the Salt. same, three hundred and fifty dollars; For five hundred fish barrels, for twenty years, stipulated in the same, Fish barrels. seven hundred and fifty dollars; Blacksmiths. For three blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated in the seventh article of the same, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; Iron. For iron and steel, &c., for shops, six hundred and sixty dollars; Gunsmith. For gunsmith at Mackinac, stipulated in the same, six hundred dollars; Iron. For iron and steel, &c., for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ; For keeper of dormitory, for ten years stipulated in the same, six Dormitory hundred dollars; keeper. For one hundred and fifty cords of wood for dormitory, for ten years, Wood. stipulated in the same, four hundred and fifty dollars; Farmers. For pay of two farmers and assistants, stipulated in the same, sixteen hundred dollars; ter, &c. Mechanics. Ottoes and Missourias. Blacksmith. Iron. Agricultural implements Education. Annuity. Farmere. Osages. Annuity. Smiths. Assistant millers. For pay of two mechanics, stipulated in the same, twelve hundred dollars; To the Ottoes and Missourias. For blacksmith and assistant, for ten years, and during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, seven hundred and twenty dollars; For iron and steel, &c., for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ; For agricultural implements, for ten years, from eighteen hundred and forty, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, five hundred dollars; For education, during pleasure of the President, stipulated in the same, five hundred dollars; For limited annuity, for ten years, stipulated in the second article of the same, two thousand five hundred dollars; For two farmers, for five years, and during pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fifth article of the same, twelve hundred dollars; To the Osages.--For interest, at five per centum, on sixty-nine thousand one hundred and twenty dollars, the valuation of fifty-four sections of land set apart by treaty of eighteen hundred and twenty-five, for education, per resolution of the Senate of nineteenth January, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, three thousand four hundred and fifty-six dollars; For limited annuity, for twenty years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of eleventh January, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, twenty thousand dollars; for the support of two smiths' establishments, stipulated in the same, two thousand dollars; for pay of two millers, for fifteen years, stipulated in the same, twelve hundred dollars; For pay of two assistant millers, for eleven years, stipulated in the same, four hundred and fifty dollars; To the Ottowas.-For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of third August, seventeen hundred and ninetyfive, one thousand dollars; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of seventeenth of November, eighteen hundred and seven, eight hundred dollars ; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of seventeenth September, eighteen hundred and eighteen, fifteen bundred dollars ; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-ninth August, eighteen hundred and twenty-one, one thousand dollars ; To the Pottawatamies.-For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of third August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, one thousand dollars ; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and nine, five hundred dollars; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of second October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, two thousand five hundred dollars; For limited annuity, for twenty-two years, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of sixteenth October, eighteen hundred and twentysix, two thousand dollars; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twentieth September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, two thousand dollars; For limited annuity, for twenty years, stipulated in the same article, one thousand dollars; For life annuity to chief, stipulated in the same article, one hundred dollars; Ottawas. Pottawatamies. Annuities. For education, during pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the same Education. article, one thousand dollars ; For purchase of salt, stipulated in the third article of treaty of seventh June, eighteen hundred and three, one hundred and forty dollars; For one hundred and sixty bushels of salt, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of sixteenth October, eighteen hundred and twentysix, three hundred and twenty dollars ; For education, during pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the same Education. article, two thousand dollars; For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the same article, seven Blacksmith. hundred and twenty dollars ; For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars; Iron. Blacksmith. [treaty] of twentieth September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, seven hundred and twenty dollars ; For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars; Iron. Tobacco, &c. and three hundred and fifty pounds of steel, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of twentieth September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, four hundred dollars ; To the Pottawatomies of Huron.—For permanent annuity, stipu Pottawatomies of Huron. ated in the second article of the treaty of seventeenth November, eigh Annuity. teen hundred and seven, four hundred dollars; To the Pottawatomies of the Prairie.-For limited annuity for twen Pottawatomies of the Prairie. ty years, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of twentieth Octo Annuities. ber, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, fifteen hundred dollars; For life annuity to two chiefs, stipulated in the same article, four hundred dollars; To the Pottawatomies of the Wabash.–For limited annuity for Pottawatomies of the Wabash. twenty years, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of twenty-sixth Annuity. October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, twenty thousand dollars ; To the Pottawatomies of Indiana.–For education, during pleasure Pottawatomies of Congress, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twentyseventh October, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two thousand dollars; To the Piankeshaws.-For permanent annuity, as per fourth article Piankeshaws. of the treaty of third August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, five hundred dollars; For permanent annuity, as per fourth article of the treaty of thirtieth Pawnees. in third article of the treaty of ninth October, eighteen hundred and Annuity thirty-three, four thousand six hundred dollars; For agricultural implements for five years, and during pleasure of Agriculture. President, stipulated in fourth article of ninth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, two thousand dollars; To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for the fiscal year ending Deficiency in former approJune thirtieth, eighteen hundred and forty-four; to wit: priation. For education, per fifth article of treaty of ninth of October, eigh- Education. teen hundred and thirty-three, five hundred dollars; for two blacksmiths Blacksmiths. and assistants, per sixth article of same treaty, one thousand dollars; To the Seminoles.—To pay them for improvements relinquished to Seminoles. Improvements the United States by the first article of the treaty made with them on relinquished by the ninth day of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, fifteen thousand them. four hundred dollars ; To the Sacs and Fores. For payment of interest on eight hundred thousand dollars, at five per cent., per second article of the treaty of eleventh of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, forty thousand dollars ; To the Chippeas of Lake Superior and Mississippi.—To carry Chippewas of into effect the stipulations of a treaty, concluded with them on the Lake Superior and Mississippi. fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two; viz: Treaty. of Indiana. Education. Annuities. Sacs and Foxes. Interest. Annuity in For payment of the limited annuity in specie, per fourth article, specie. twelve thousand five hundred dollars ; Goods. For payment in goods, per the same article, ten thousand five hundred Provisions and dollars; for purchase of provisions and tobacco, per same article, two tobacco. thousand dollars; Blacksmiths. For support of two blacksmiths' shops, including pay of smith and assistants, and furnishing iron and steel, per same article, two thousand dollars ; Farmers. For pay of two farmers, per same article, one thousand dollars ; Carpenters. For pay of two carpenters, per same article, twelve hundred dollars; Schools. for support of schools for Indians, parties to the treaty, per same article, two thousand dollars; Balance due For balance due the Shawnees, under the treaty of eighteen hundred Shawnees. and twenty-five, two thousand and sixty-two dollars ; Expenses of For payment of the expenses of the delegation of the Cherokees at Cherokee delegation. Washington the winter past, and for their return home, two thousand two hundred and twenty-five dollars; Amount due Amount due the Chippewas of Lake Superior.-For balance of inChippewas of Lake Superior. terest due the Shawnees, under treaty of August eighth, eighteen hunInterest due dred and thirty-one, two thousand six hundred and forty dollars and Shawnees. seventy-two cents. Wyandotts for And that there be paid to the Wyandott nation of Indians for their improvements. improvements in accordance with the fifth article of the treaty of Upper Sandusky, dated the seventeenth of March eighteen hundred and fortyProviso. two, fifty thousand dollars : Provided, That no greater sum shall be paid out of this appropriation to said Indians than that admitted to be due under the second valuation of the said improvements, until otherProviso. wise directed by the future action of Congress : And provided further, That nothing be paid for any improvements or property without the limits of the reserve. Quapaws. To the Quapaws.-For limited annuity for twenty years, stipulated Annuity. in fourth article of the treaty of thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, two thousand dollars ; Education. For education during pleasure of President, stipulated in same arti cle, one thousand dollars; Blacksmith. For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the third article of same treaty, eight hundred and forty dollars ; Iron. For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ; Farmer. For pay of farmer, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of thir teenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, six hundred dollars; Six Nations of To the Six Nations of New York.--For permanent annuity, stipuNew York. lated in the sixth article of the treaty of eleventh November, seventeen Annuity. hundred and ninety-four, four thousand five hundred dollars ; Senecas of To the Senecas of New York. For permanent annuity, in lieu of New York. Annuity. interest on stock, per act of nineteenth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, six thousand dollars; Sioux of Mis To the Siour of Mississippi.--For blacksmith and assistant, for ten sissippi. Blacksmith. years, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, eight hundred and forty dollars ; Iron. For iron and steel, &c. for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars ; Agriculture. For agricultural improvements, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, seven hundred dollars; Interest. For interest on investment in stock at five per centum on three hundred thousand dollars, stipulated in the second article of treaty of twenty-ninth September, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, fifteen thousand dollars; Annuity. For limited annuity for twenty years, stipulated in second article of |