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and his band that the deed which they have made and signed to Peter Warner for said hall section of land may be ratified and confirmed. If this article of this treaty shall be approved then four hundred dollars of the above named consideration shall be deducted, but if this sixth article of this treaty shall not be approved and ratified by the President and Senate of the United States it is expressly understood that the rejection thereof shall not viciate or make void any other article or stipulation of this treaty.

In testimony whereof the said Abel C. Pepper, commissioner on the part of the United States, and the above named chief and head men have hereunto subscribed their names, the day and year above written.

ABEL C. PEPPER. Wau-ke-wa,

his x mark. Waw-was-mo-queh,

her x mark. widow of Che-cose, Te-shaw gen,

his x mark. Mes-quaw,

her x mark. Pah-Siss,

his x mark. She aw-ke-pee,

his x mark. Witness :

Henry Ossem, Interpreter. .

Now THEREFORE BE IT KNOWN, THAT I, ANDREW JACKSON, President of the United States of America, having seen and considered the said treaty, do, in pursuance of the advice and con. sent of the Senate, as expressed in their resolution of the thirtieth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, accept, ratify, and confirm the same, with the exception of the sixth article, as excepted in the aforesaid resolution of the Senate ; which sixth article is as follows: “Art. 6. Whereas, the above named chief and his band have sold to Peter Warner one half section of the said land, and have received in payment thereof two hundred dollars and said Warner's note for two hundred dollars; and whereas, the said Warner has expended in improvements on the said land about eight hundred dollars, and has a mill almost ready to go into operation; therefore it is the particular request of the aforesaid chief and his band that the deed which they have made and signed to Peter Warner for said half section of land, may be ratified and confirmed. If this article of this treaty shall be approved, then four hundred dol. lars of the above named consideration shall be deducted; but if this sixth article of this treaty shall not be approved and ratified by the President and Senate of the United States, it is expressly understood that the rejection thereof shall not vitiate or make void any other article or stipulation of this treaty."

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have caused the seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed, having signed the same with

my hand.

1836.

Done at the city of Washington, this fourth day of June, in

the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred (l. s.] and thirty-six, and of the independence of the United States the sixtieth.

ANDREW JACKSON.
By the President:

JOHN FORSYTH,

Secretary of State.

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INDEX.

PREPARED IN OBEDIENCE TO AN ORDER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF JULY 14, 1832.

A.

Page
220
129
150

44
224
231
136
244
15

56
50
203
119
221

89
229
251

Abbott James, land granted his heirs
Abel Peggy, arrears of her father's pension paid her
Academy, West Point, appropriation for
Adjutant General's Office, clerks to be employed in
Africans, John H. Holland paid for maintenance of
Alabama, five per cent. on Chickasaw lands paid to State

Alexander James, paid for depredations of Indians
Alexandre Julia, claim to land not confirmed
Alexandria, fire insurance company, reincorporated

relief granted to, on account of subscription to canal

stock
Alford Benedict, pension granted to him
Algiers, allowance made to G. F. Brown, consul at
Allen Peter L. pension granted him
Alman George, correct error in entry of land
Anderson Richard, pension, which had been withheld, paid his

heirs
Antonius, Belgian vessel, duties on, returned
Appalachicola, remove mud shoal between Fast pass

and
Appropriations to be paid only as may be required by objects of

expenditure
Appropriations, statements of to be published annually
Appropriations for
Support of Government, in part, Congress

in full, civil and diplo-

159
233

5, 227

matic

additional
Support of the Army in 1836
Volunteers and dragoons
Military Academy
Military stores and camp equipage
Support of the Navy in 1836 -
Armories. National
Arsenals, National
Arsenal in North Carolina

in Charleston, in South Carolina
in Kennebec
in Frankford
in Watertown
at Fort Monroe
in Arkansas

33
227
48
58
150
158

45
50. 158

50, 158

79
143
157
157
157
157
158

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Appropriations--for

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Arsenal in Missouri

158
in Memphis

158 Arrearages in military service prior to 1815

49 Balls, cannon

50, 158 Barracks, marine, at Charlestown

47 at Nortolk

47 at Pensacola

47 at Portsmouth, repair of

47 Military, at Key West

49 at Augusta

158 at Fort Jesup

158 at Fort Brady

158 Botanic garden

230 Breakwater, Delaware

145 Breakwaters, various (new works)

248 Camp equipage

158 Cannon and cannon ball

50, 158 Castle island

156 Capitol and other public buildings

229, 230 Capitol square, enlarging

230 Civil and diplomatic expenses

5, 33, 227 Coast, survey of

42, 47 Commercial Digest

41 Custom-house at New Bedford

41 at New York

41 at Bath, Maine

43 at Boston

43 Delaware breakwater

145 Diplomatic expenses

41, 229 Discovery expedition

47 Documents, Gales & Seaton's reprint of

43 Dragoons and volunteers

58 Dry dock at Pensacola

46
Examinations and surveys

147, 248
Exploring expedition
Fire engines

158
Fortifications, and purchase of land for

156 Fortifications, armaments for

50, 157 Furnaces at fortifications

153 Galena, survey of lots in town of

43 Gales & Seaton's reprint of public documents

43 Government, support of, in part, Congress

5 support, in full

33 additional

227 Harbors and rivers, old works

145 new works

248 Hospitals, naval

47 military

49, 159 Hospital, marine, at Washington

230 Indians, repressing hostilities of Seminoles 3,4,21,32,142 repress hostilities of Creek

- 58, 142

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