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§ i 110 TREATY WITH THE OSAGES. 1808. j country reserved for the Great and Little Osage nations, without the license of the su erintendent or other proper officer, they, the said P . . Great and Little Osage, or either of them, shall be at liberty to apprehend such unlicensed hunters or other persons, and surrender them together with their property, but without other injury, insult or molestation, to the superintendent of Indian affairs, or to the agent nearest the place of arrest, to be dealt with according to law. Osages will ART. 12. And the chiefs and warriors as aforesaid, promise and mf SUPP}? Mm! engage that neither the Great nor Little Osage nation will ever, by sale,

 m;“";f£ exchange or as presents, supply any nation or tribe of Indians, not in

the U_°§,_ amity with the United States, with guns, ammunitions or other imple. ments of war. Treaty, when Am-. 13. This treaty shall take effect and be obligatory on the conto take effect. tracting parties, as soon as the same shall have been ratified by the Pre. sident, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate of the United States. IN ·r1·:s·r1MoNY wrmru-noir, the said Peter Chouteau, commissioned and instructed as aforesaid, and the chiefs and warriors of the Great and Little Osage nation of Indians, have hereunto set their hands and ailixed their seals. Dom: at Fort Clark, the day above mentioned. P. CHOUTEAU. E. B. Clemson, Capt. lst Infantry. L. Lorimer, Lieut. first Regt. Infantry. Reazen Lewis, Sub. Agt. In. Aihirs. Pa qui sea, The grand chief of the Big Do ga chin ga, The little chief of the Osage Big Osage, Ni chu Malli, The grand chief of the Ta vain gare, The little chief of the Little Osage, Little Osage, Voi the Voi he, The second chief of the Ta vain there, The little chief of the Big Osage, Big Osage, Voithe Chinga, The second chief of the N ague maui, The war chief of the Big Little Osage, Osage, Ta Voingare, The little chief of the Big Ni ca. nauthe, The war chief of the Osage, Little Osage, Oso ga he, The little chief of the Little Chen me la. se, The war chief of the Osage, Big Osage, Voi chin odhe, The little chief of the Ne non bas, The war chief of the Little Big Osage, Osage, Voi Na che, The little chief of the Little The Pograngue, The war chief of the Osage, Big Osage, Voi Non pa che, The little chief of the The Cay que, Warrior, L. O. I Big Osage, I Non pe voite, do. B. O. Qui hi Ramakr, The little chief of the Ve sa sa che, do. L. O. Little Osage, Ton che uanque, do. B. O. Vol Na che, The little chief of the Big Cay ga che, do. L. O. Osage, Li hi bi, rl . B. 0. Pon la Voitasuga, The little chief of the Gri na che? do. L. 0. Little Osage,_ Ni Couil Bran, do. B. O. Cay ga che, The Little chief of the Big Chon non sogue, do. L. O.

    • 89: Li san sandhe, do. B. O.

Pa hu rogucsie, The little chief of the Me qua que, do. L. O. · Little Osage,Man he gare, do. B. O. Mia a sa, The little chief of the Big Me ga he, do. L. O. Osage, Me yhe, do. B. O. Man ja guide, The little chief of the Nu dhs tavoi, do. L. O. Little Osage, The cay que, do. B. O. Man tsa, The httle chief of the Big Voi tasean, do. L. O. _ Osage, Ca ha piche, do. B. O. N1 ca gans, The little chief of the Big Man he voi, do. L. 0. Osage, Ta le chiga, do. B. O.