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76 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 267. 1836. Cnippewae. For carrying into effect the stipulations of the third article of the treaty concluded with the Swan creek, and Black river bands of the Chippewa nation, of the ninth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, v1zFor an advance in money on the ratification of the treaty, two thou. sand five hundred dollars. For the purchase of goods, four·thousand dollars. · Journeys to For expenses of the treaty, the journeys of the Indians to and from Washington- Washington, subsistence and other expenses, three thousand eight hun. dred and two dollars and sixty-seven cents. For transportation and incidental expenses, one thousand dollars. Pottawanrmies. For carrying into effect the stipulations of the treaties concluded with certain bands of the Pottawatamie Indians of Indiana, in March, and April, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, viz: For payment of the sum stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-sixth March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, with Mesquaback and his band, for a cession of land to the United States, two thousand five hundred and sixty dollars. For payment of the sum stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the twenty-ninth March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, with Wawkewa and his band, for a cession of land to the United States, two thousand five hundred and sixty dollars. For the payment of the sum stipulated in the second article of the treaty of eleventh April, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, with Aub-banaub-ba and his band, for a cession of land to the United States, eleven thousand five hundred and twenty dollars. For payment of the sum stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-second April, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, with Kee-wawnee and his band, for a cession of land to the United States, six thousand four hundred dollars. For payment of the sum stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-second April, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, with N as-wawbee and his band, for a cession of land to the United States, one thousand nine hundred and twenty- dollars. For expenses attending the negotiation of the said treaties with the Pottawatamies, six hundred and thirty-six dollars and seventy-five cents. To defray the expense of removing the Choctaw Indians residing in the State of Mississippi to the country provided for them, west of the Mississippi river, thirty thousand dollars. Secretary or Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of Wvar is Xgug CESG hereby authorized to direct the account to be closed, upon the produc- ’ °' tion of proper vouchers, for blankets delivered to the Cherokees by order of the commissioner. Pension to Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the pension allowed by an C°l·G·M¤*s¤¤· act of the present session of Congress to Colonel Gideon Morgan, shall be paid to him from the date of his disability, to the twenty-seventh of 1836, ch- 7]- March, eighteenlhundred and fourteen, agreeably to the fourteenth article of the said treaty with the Cherokees; and that the sum of eight thousand dollars be appropriated for that purpose. Money not ro Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That no part of the appropriation Eye h°S· heretofore made, for the eastern Creeks, shall be paid to any Indians Cracks_ 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. Provided, however, That the whole of the annuity due to the Seminole Indians and to the eastern Creeks may be paid to the friendly portion of those tribes respectively, unless otherwise directed by the President. prllgpzraeyfgpppo- Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the funds appropriated by the °· act of June fourteenth, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, entitled "An