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agreed and stipulated by and between the United States of America and the Seneca nation of Indians, as follows, to wit:
First, The United States of America consent to the several v. S. agree to articles and stipulations contained in the last recited Indenture said indeniune. between the said nation, and the said Thomas Ludlow Ogden and Joseph Fellows, above set forth.
Second, The United States further consent and agree that any number of the said nation, who shall remove from the State more under Trea of New York, under the provisions of the above mentioned X proclaimed the Treaty proclaimed as aforesaid, on the fourth day of April one tled to benekbe thousand eight hundred and forty, shall be entitled in proportion to their relative numbers to all the benefits of the said Treaty.
Third, The United States of America further consent and agree, that the tenth article of said Treaty proclaimed as afore- the treatych pro said on the fourth day of April one thousand eight hundred claimed ath April, and forty, be deemed, and considered as modified, in conformity with the provisions of the Indenture hereinabove set forth, so far as that the United States will receive and pay the sum stipulated to be paid as the consideration money of the improvements therein specified, and will receive hold and apply the sum to be paid, or the securities to be given for the lands therein mentioned, as provided for in such Indenture.
In testimony whereof the undersigned Ambrose Spencer Commissioner on the part of the United States of America, and the undersigned chiefs and headmen of the Seneca nation of Indíans, have to two paris of this treaty, one thereof to remain with the United States, and the other thereof with the Seneca nation of Indians set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above mentioned.
AMBROSE SPENCER, (l. s.]
William Jones, his x mark (L. s.]
George Jimison, his x mark L. S.]
his x mark [L. s.]
or Jo-on-da-goh, his x mark [L. S.) Ho-no-yea-os
or Jacob Bennett, his x mark (L. s.]
[L. s.[ L. S.
L. s. [L. S. [L. s.]
Daniel Fau Guns,
Billy Shanks, his x mark
Robert Wati, his x mark
Governor Black Snake x mark
Little Johnson his x mark Joh-nesh-ha-dih or
James Stevenson, his x mark Ho-wah-tan-eh-goh
or John Pierce, his x mark Da-gon-on-de or
William Patterson, his 'x mark
his x mark Gah-nang-ga-eot or
Young Chief, his x mark
his x mark
Peter Johnson his x mark
his x mark
his x mark
James Shongo, his x mark
Adam Dextador, his x mark
his x mark
his x mark John Bark,
his x mark George Killbuck, his x mark George Dennis, his x mark
[L. S. (L. s. (L. s. [L. s.] L. S.
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TL. s. [l. s.]
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John Kennedy, sen., his x mark [L. s.
his x mark (L. 8.
his x mark (l. s.]
George Deer, his x mark [L. s.]
John Cook, his x mark [L. s.]
his x mark [L. S. ]
his å mark [L. s.]
JOSEPH S. Wasson.
Now, therefore, be it known, that I, JOHN TYLER, President
In testimony whereof, I have caused the seal of the United
August, in the year of our Lord one thousand
Secreto y of State.
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Whereas associa. cions have been formed for the pur
proceedings are warned ofthe con
horted to abandon
poséin making. WAEREAS it has come to the knowledge of the Government into Oanada, &c. of the United States that sundry secret Lodges, Clubs, or As
sociations exist on the Northern Frontier ; that the members of these Lodges are bound together by secret oaths; that they have collected fire-arms, and other military materials, and secreted them, in sundry places; and that it is their purpose to violate the laws of their country, by making military and lawless incursions, when opportunity shall offer, into the Territories of a Power with which the United States are at peace; and whereas it is known that travelling agitators, from both sides of the line, visit these Lodges, and harangue the members in secret meeting, stimulating them to illegal acts; and whereas the same persons, are known to levy contributions, on the ignorant and credulous, for their own benefit, thus supporting and enriching themselves by the basest means; and whereas the unlawful intentions of the members of these Lodges have already been manifested in an attempt to destroy the lives and
property of the inhabitants of Chippewa, in Canada, and the ed in these illegal public property of the British Government there being;
Now, therefore, I, JOHN TYLER, President of the United puences, andex- States, do issue this my proclamation, admonishing all such bleem, &c. ou evil-minded persons of the condign punishment which is cer
tain to overtake them; assuring them that the laws of the
Daniel WEBSTER, Secretary of Statc.
TO ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS PASSED AT THE SECOND SESBION OF THE
TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS, AND TO THE APPENDIX THERETO.
For pay and mileage of members of Con-