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

son, President of the United States, of America, ha ving seen and considered the said treaty, do in pur suance 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, accep ratify and confirm the same with the exception of th sixth article, as excepted in the aforesaid resolutia of the Senate; which sixth article is as follows: "Art. Whereas Henry Ossum, has lived many years on tá lands of the above named chief and his band - ha furnished them with provision and blankets when they wer poor and destitute – has made valuable improvement on the said land; and whereas, the said chief and bi band acknowledge themselves to be justly indebted to the said Henry Ossum in the sum of three thousand dollars it is hereby stipulated that from the cession aloresaid a reservation of two of the above four section is made for Henry Ossum, to be patented to him by the United States, the said reserve is to include 0 sums improvements on which he now lives and Me puaw-bucks 'village. If this article shall be ratified by the President and Senate of the United States, the twelve hundred and eighty dollars of the above cons deration shall be withheld from the aforesaid chief an · his band in the payment for the cession aforesaid; bp if this article of the treaty shall not be approved an ratified by the President and Senate of the United Sta -tes, it is expressly understood that the rejection thered shall not vitiate or make void any other article or su pulation of the above treaty.

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

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

ANDREW JACKSON By the President:

JOHN FORSYTH, Secretary of State.

- 1836 ;. 78. nvention entre les Etats-unis de Imérique Septentrionale et Wawwa, un des chefs de la tribu ininne des Pottawatomie. Signée le

29. Mars 1836. its of the first Session of the 24 Congress of the ted States. Washington, 1836. Append. p. 75-77.) Proclamation du Président des Etats - unis.

Andrew Jackson, To all and singular to whom these presents shall he Greeting:

Whereas a treaty was made, and concluded beten the United States of America, and Waw-ke-wa, Pottawatomie chief, and his band, on Tippecanoe er,' Indiana, on the twenty-ninth day of March, thousand eight hundred and thirty six. Articles of a treaty made and concluded on Tips anoe river in the State of Indiana between Abel Pepper commissioner on the part of the United tes and Wau-ke-wa Che-coses only son of a Potatomy chief and his band, on the twenty- ninth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty six. Art. 1. The above named chief and his band hereby e to the United States the four sections of land Prved for them by the second article of the treaty ween the United States and the Pottawatomy Indians.

Art. 2. The above named chief and his band agree pield peaceable possession of said land within three iths from this date, and to remove to the country vided for the Pottawatomy nation west of the Misppi river within two years. 'an Art. 3. In consideration of the cession aforesaid United States stipulate to pay the above named f and his band twenty five hundred and sixty dol. in specie at the first payment of annuity after ratification of this treaty. Art. 4. The United States stipulate to provide for

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

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

Art. 6. Whereas the above named chief and his band have sold to Peter Warner one half section of the said land, and bave 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 hali 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 Preu sident 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. . . wit . s i

În testimony whereof the said Abel. Č. Peppery commissioner on the part of the United States, and the above named chief and head men have bereunto subscribed their names, the day and year above written

....'. ABEL C. PEPPER. (Signatures des Indiens et des témoins.) 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 purgpance of the advice and consent of the Senate, as expressed in their resolution of the thirtieth day of May, one thousand eight huødred thirty, six, accept, ratily, and confirm the same, with the axception of the sixta article, as excepted in the aforesaid resolution of the Senate, which sixth , article is as follows: "Art. O. Whereas the above named chief and his band bare sold to Peter Warner one half section of the said lang, and have received in payment thereof two hundred dollars and said Warner's note for two hundred dom ars; and whereas, the said Warner has expended in 1836 mprovements on the said land about eight hundred lollars, and has a mill almost ready to go into operaion; therefore it is the particular request of the foresaid chief and his band that the deed which they ave made and signed to Peter Warner for said half ection of land, may be ratified and confirmed. If his article of this treaty shall be approved, then four undred dollars of the above named consideration shall le deducted; but if this sixth article of this treaty hall not be approved and ratified by the President nd Senate of the United States it is expressly under. tood that the rejection thereof shall not vitiate, or nake void any other article or stipulation of this treaty."

In testimony whereof, I have caused the seal of he United States to be hereunto affixed, having signed he same with my hand.

Done at the city of Washington, this fourth day f June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty six, and of the independence of he United States the sixtieth.

ANDREW JACKSON.
By the President: .
OHN FORSYTH, Secretary of State.... !

79. Convention entre les Etats-unis de

Amérique septentrionale et une banle indienne de Pottarvatómie. Siga si née le 11. Avril 1836. ';.. Ratifiée par le président des Etats-unis, le 25. Mai 1836.) Acts of the first Session of the 24 Congress of the United States.. i Washington, 1836. Append. p. 61.) Proclamation du Président des Etats - unis...

Andrew Jackson, i.is To all and singular to whom these presents shall ome Greeting: · Whereas a treaty was made and concluded at' a amp, on Tippecanoe river, in the State of Indiana,

., 1836 between Abel C. Pepper, commissioner on the part of

the United States and Paukoo - shuck, Aub.ba - naubbas oldest son, and the headmen of Aub-ba - naub- bas band of Pottawatomie Indians, on the eleventh day of April, in the year eigtheen hundred and thirty sis. Which treaty is in the words following to wit:

Articles of a treaty made and concluded at a camp, on Tippecanoe river, in the State of Indiana, between Abel C. Pepper commissioner on the part of the Uni ted States and Paukov-shuck, Aub-bab-naub-bas sol 'dest son and the headmen of Aub-bab - naub-bas band of Pottawatomie Indians this eleventh day of April ia the year eigtheen hundred and thirty six. ..

Art. 1. The aforesaid Paukoo - shuck and the headmen of Aub-bab - naub-bas band hereby cede to the United States the thirty six sections of land reserar ved for them by the second article of the treaty bet ween the United States and the Pottawatomie Indians on Tippecanoe river on the twenty sixth day of Oclow bre, in the year eighteen hundred and thirty two. S

Art. 2. In consideration of the cession aforesaid, the United States stipulate to pay to the aforesaid band the sum of twenty three thousand, and forty do lars in specie, one half at the first payment of annuity 'after the ratification of this treaty, and the other bal at the succeeding payment of annuity,

Art. 3. The above named Paukoo - shuck, and his band agree to remove to the country west of the Mis sissippi river, provided for the Pottawatomie nation by the United States within two years.

Art. 4. At the request of the above named band it is stipulated that after the ratification of this treaty, the United States shall appoint a commissioner who shall be authorized to pay such debts of the said band as may be proved to his satisfaction to be just, to be deducted from the amount stipulated in the 2nd artice of this treaty,

Art. 5. This treaty, after the same shall be ratified by the President and Senate of the United States shall be binding upon both parties.

In testimony whereof the said Abel C. Pepper com. missioner as aforesaid, and the said Paukoo-shuck and his band, have hereunto set their bands this eit

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