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sujets des trois cours protectrices seraient en ce 1836 renvoyés dans les pays auxquels ils appartiennent, s autres étrangers dans la direction de leur arrivée; 30. Qu'on déterminerait, s'il n'existe pas encore oi à cet égard, la peine applicable à la falsification passe-ports et certificats, etc., à laquelle celui qui luirait des passe - ports falsifiés serait soumis dans i de Cracovie; après quoi le coupable, s'il est t des trois puissances protectrices, serait remis à gouvernement, et expulsé du territoire de Cracovie, appartient à un autre pays; . 40. Que les peines pour ceux qui accueilleraient individus non munis de passe-ports en règle, ou négligeraient de les désigner à la police, seraient mentées. Les cours protectrices n'entendent pas endant comprendre dans l'obligation de produire passe - ports des habitans de la frontière, lorsqu'ils t.connus, et ne s'arrêteraient pas au-delà de trois irs sur le territoire de Cracovie. Elles n'entendent $. non plus donner à cette loi une force rétroactive, ativement aux personnes qui se seraient introduites érieureinent sans passe-ports à Cracovie, et qui y vaillent dans les métiers, ou qui y sont en service, condition cependant qu'il serait fixé à ces gens un me pour se inettre en règle. Enfin les cours protrices entendent apporter toutes les facilités compaes avec leurs lois de police, tant pour recevoir les ividus qui seraient renvoyés du territoire de Craie, que pour fournir des passe-ports ou certificats seux de leurs sujets qui voudraient se rendre pour

motifs valables dans l'état de Cracovie. L'on ne irait admettre, qu'une loi comme celle qu'on propose, qui est fondée sur les règles les plus simples d'une one administration de police, soit contraire à l'art. 8 la constitution pour l'état de Cracovie, puisque n certainement on ne voulait et ne pouvait imposer gouvernement de Cracovie une obligation d'accueillir de tolérer tous les criminels, les mauvais sujets et ns sans aveu, qui se réfugieraient sur son territoire ssitôt qu'ils ne seraient point réclamés.

In fidem copiae; signé HARTMANN. (L. S.)

1836

77. Convention entre les Etats-unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale et Mesquaw-buck, un des chefs de la tribu indienne des Pottawatomie. Signée

le 26. Mars 1836.
(Acts of the first Session of the 24 Congress of the
United States. Washington, 1836. Append. p. 73-75.) |
Proclamation du Président des Etats-Unis.

Andrew Jackson,
President of the United States of America.
To all and singular to whom these presents shall
come Greeting:

Whereas a treaty was made and concluded between the United States of America, and Mes - quawa buck, a chief of the Pottawatomie tribe of Indians, and his band, at Turkey Creek Prairie, Indiana, on the twentysixth day of March, one thousand eight hendred and thirty six, which treaty is in the words following , to wit: Articles of a treaty made and concluded at camp in Turkey Creek Prairie, in the State of Indiana between Abel C. Pepper commissioner of the United States and Mes - quaw-buck, a chief of the Pottawatomy tribe of Indians and his band, on twenty sixth day of March, in the year eigtheen hun dred and thirty six.

Art. 1. The above named chief and his band he reby cede to the United States the four sections of land reserved for them by the second article of the treaty between the United States and the Pottawatom Indians, on Tippecanoe river on the twenty seventh day of October 1832.

; Art. 2. In consideration of the cession aforesaid the United States stipulate to pay the above named chief and his band the sum of twenty five hundred and sixty dollars in specie at the next payment of an nuity after the ratification of this treaty.

Art. 3. The United States stipulate to provide for

int and Senat the date of ile be bir

e payment of the necessary expenses attending the 1836 aking and concluding this treaty.

Art. 4. The above named chief and his band agree yield peaceable possession of the above sections of land d remove to the country west of the Mississippi provi. d for the Pottawatomy nation by the United States, thin two years from this date.

Art. 5. This treaty shall be binding upon both e parties from the date of its ratification by the Prelent and Senate of the United States.

Art. 6. Whereas, Henry Ossum has lived many ears on the lands of the above named chief and his ind — has furnished them with provisions and blankets hen they were poor and destitute - has made valuable provements on the said land and whereas the said ief and his band acknowledge themselves to be justly debted to the said Henry Ossum in the sum of three lousand dollars, it is hereby stipulated that from the :ssion aforesaid a reservation of two of the above four ctions is made for Henry Opossum to be paten , d to him by the United States, the said reserve

to include Ossums improvements on which he now les and Mis - quaw - bucks village. If this article all be ratified by the President and Senate of the nited States,

Then twelve hundred and eighty dollars of the love consideration shall be witheld from the aforesaid lief and his band in the payment for the cession afosaid; but if this article of the treaty shall not be proved and ratified by the President and Senate of le United States, it is expressly understood that the jection thereof shall not viciate or make void any other ticle or stipulation of the above treaty.

In testimony whereof the said A. C. Pepper com-'
issioner on the part of the United States, and the
pove named chief and headmen for themselves and for
eir band, bave hereunto subscribed their names,
e day and year above written.

- A. C. Pepper.
C. CARTER, Secretary.
EEWARD, M. CARTNEY, Enteprt.

(Signatures des Indiens.)

*1836 Now therefore be it known, that I, Andrew Jack.

son, President of the United States, of America, having seen and considered the said treaty, do in pursuance of the advice and consent of the Senate as ex pressed 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& Whereas Henry Ossum, has lived many years on the lands of the above named chief and his band — has furnished them with provision and blankets when they were poor and destitute — has made valuable improvements on the said land; and whereas, the said chief and his band acknowledge themselves to be justly indebted to the said Henry Ossum in the sum of three thorad dollars it is hereby stipulated that from the cession aloresaid a reservation of two of the above four sections is made for Henry Ossum, to be patented to him by the United States, the said reserve is to include Os sums improvements on which he now lives and Mes. puaw-bucks village. If this article shall be ratified by

the President and Senate of the United States, then - twelve hundred and eighty dollars of the above consi,

deration shall be with held from the aforesaid chief and his band in the payment for the cession aforesaid; bof if this article of the treaty shall not be approved and ratified by the President and Senate of the United Sta -tes, it is expressly understood that the rejection thereol

shall not vitiate or make void any other article or sta pulation of the above treaty.

In testimony whereof, I have caused the Seal ol the United States to be hereunto affixed, having sig ned the same with my hand.

Done at the city of Washington, this fourth dip of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eigar hundred and thirty six, and of the Independence of the United States the sixtieth.

ANDREW JACKSON. By the President:

John Forsyth, Secretary of State.

payment of the necessary expenses attending the 1836 ng and concluding this treaty. Art. 4. The above named chief and his band agree eld peaceable possession of the above sections of land remove to the country west of the Mississippi provi. for the Pottawatomy nation by the United States, i in two years from this date.

Art. 5. This treaty shall be binding upon both . parties from the date of its ratification by the Prent and Senate of the United States. Art. 6. Whereas, Henry Ossum has lived many rs on the lands of the above named chief and his d - has furnished them with provisions and blankets en they were poor and destitute - has made valuable rovements on the said land and whereas the said ef and his band acknowledge themselves to be justly lebted to the said Henry Ossum in the sum of three ousand dollars, it is hereby stipulated that from the ssion aforesaid a reservation of two of the above four stions is made for Henry Opossum to be paten. I to him by the United States, the said reserve to include Ossums improvements on which he now es and Mis - quaw - bucks village. If this article ill be ratified by the President and Senate of the ited States,

Then twelve hundred and eighty dollars of the ove consideration shall be witheld from the aforesaid ief and his band in the payment for the cession afosaid; but if this article of the treaty shall not be proved and ratified by the President and Senate of e United States, it is expressly understood that the jection thereof shall not viciate or make void any other ticle or stipulation of the above treaty.

In testimony whereof the said A. C. Pepper comissioner on the part of the United States, and the jove named chief and headmen for themselves and for eir band, have hereunto subscribed their names, le day and year above written.

A.C. PEPPER.
C. CARTER, Secretary.
EEWARD, M. CARTNEY, Enteprt.

(Signatures des Indiens.)

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