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708 TWENTY··EIGHTH CONGRESS. Srzss. I. Ch. 108. 1844. solution of Senate of nineteenth January, eighteen hundred and thirty- eight, two thousand threehundred and four dollars; Fl°’ld¤ I¤di· To the Florida Indians.-For blacksmith and assistant, as stipulated m§;,,,,,k,,,,m,_ 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; ¥?<l“°*·*i°¤· For education, as stipulated in same treaties, five hundred dollars; I;;:Lt_ To the Iowas.-—For one year’s interest on one hundred and fifty- seven thousand five hundred dollars, to be invested at live 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; Klckapoos. To the Kickapcas.-For limited annuity for nineteen years, as stip- A“'““t7· ulated 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; Blacksmith. For blacksmith and assistant, as stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of third of June, one thousand eight hundred and twenty- live, seven hundred and twenty dollars; Iron. For iron, steel, &c., two hundred and twenty dollars; Agriculture. For agricultural assistance, as stipulated in same article, same treaty, one thousand six hundred dollars; Miarnies. To the J|:Hamies.—For permanent annuity, as stipulated in the fourth A”“““Y- article of the treaty of twenty-third October, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, twenty-five thousand dollars; Blacksmith- For blacksmith and assistant, as stipulated in the fifth article of treaty of sixth October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, seven hundred and twenty dollars; Iron. For iron and steel, doc., for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars; Tobacco. 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; Miller- 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- Salt. dred dollars; for one hundred and sixty bushels of salt, as stipulated in same article, same treaty, three hundred and twenty dollars; Education. For education and support of the poor, as stipulated in the sixth article of treaty of twenty-third October, eighteen hundred and twenty- six, two thou and dollars; ath instalment For the eighth often instalments, as stipulated in second article of °Y *83* treaty of twenty-fourth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, ten thousand dollars; . '7¢hi¤S¤¤I¤¤¤¤* For the seventh of ten instalments, as stipulated in third article °f um' of treaty of sixth November, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, twelve thousand five hundred and sixty-eight dollars; 1\ari¢¤l¢¤*¢- For agricultural assistance, as stipulated in fifth article of treaty of sixth October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, two hundred dollars; 4th i¤¤t·¤1¤¤•=¤*¤ For the fourth of twenty installments, as stipulated in second article °f m°‘ of treaty of twenty-eighth November, eighteen hundred and forty, twelve thousand five hundred dollars; In llcn ofla- For payment in lieu of laborers, as stipulated in sixth article of l’°'°”· treaty oftwenty-eighth November, eighteen hundred and forty, two _ hundred and fifty dollars; (M*§:;nE:;"’S· To the Eel Rivers, (Miamies.)—For permanent annuity, stipulated A,mu,,;',,,_ in the fourth article of the treaty of third of August, seventeen him~ dred and ninety-five, five hundred dollars;