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TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. 1. Ch. 88. 1836. 41 For agricultural implements, stipulated in the same, four hundred dollars. For the limited annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty, two thousand five hundred dollars. For the support of an assistant blacksmith, stipulated in the same, four hundred and eighty dollars. For the purchase of- iron, steel, &c. two hundred and twenty dollars. For agricultural implements, stipulated in the same, six hundred dollars. lb the Sass and Fozes.—For the permanent annuity, stipulated in T¤ the Sw the third article of the treaty with them, of the third of November, ed F°x°°‘ eighteen hundred and four, one thousand dollars. For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the fourth article of the same, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For the purchase of iron, steel, Sec. two hundred and twenty dollars. For agricultural implements, stipulated in the same, sixty dollars. For the limited annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty with them, of the twenty-first of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, twenty thousand dollars. For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the fourth article of the same, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For the purchase of iron, steel, &.c. two hundred and twenty dollars. For the purchase of forty barrels of salt, stipulated in the same, two hundred dollars. For the purchase of forty kegs of tobacco, stipulated in the same, four hundred dollars: Provided, that Quassuecoma's band of said nation shall receive their proportion of the annuity at Fort Leavenworth. T0 the Sues, Faxes and I0ways.——For the purposes of education, stip- To the Sass, ulated in the fifth article of the treaty with them, of the fifteenth of F°x€S ud I°‘ July, eighteen hundred and thirty, three thousand dollars. ways' To the Ottaes and J|Dss0urias.—For the limited annuity, stipulated T¤ the 0¢§¤¤¤ in the fourth article of the treaty with them, of the fifteenth of July, md M‘"°“°"’ eighteen hundred and thirty, two thousand five hundred dollars. For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the same, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For the purchase of iron, steel, Sec. two hundred and twenty dollars. For agricultural implements, stipulated in the same, five hundred dollars. For the purposes of education, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-first of September, eighteen hundred and thirty- three, five hundred dollars. For the support of two farmers, stipulated in the fifth article of the same, one thousand two hundred dollars. Zh the Kanzas.—For the limited annuity, stipulated in the third ar- To theKa¤z¤s. ticle of the treaty with them, of the third of June, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, three thousand five hundred dollars. For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the fourth article of the same, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For the purchase of iron, steel, &c. two hundred and twenty dollars. For agricultural assistance, stipulated in the same, one thousand six hundred dollars. To the Ostzges.-For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the fifth To the usage;. article of the treaty with them, of the tenth of November, eighteen hundred and eight, one thousand five hundred dollars. For the limited annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty with them, of the second of June, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, seven thousand dollars. Vox,. V.—6 D 2