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162 TREATY WITH THE WYANDOTS, ETC. 1817. to be granted for the use of the persons mentioned in the said schedule, agreeably to the descriptions, provisions, and limitations, therein contained. · Am. 6. The United States a ee to grant, by patent, in fee simple, sgngiitidrilgo to Doanquod, Howoner, Rontohrdee, Tauyau, Rontayau, Dawatont, WY¤¤**°*¤· Manoeue, Tauyaudautauson, and Haudaunwaugh, chiefs of the Wym. dot tribe, and their successors in office, chiefs of the said tribe, for the use of the persons and for the purposes mentioned in the annexed schedule, a tract of land twelve miles square, at Upper Sandusky, the centre of which shall be the place where fort Ferree stands; and also a tract of one mile square, to be located where the chiefs direct, on a cramberry swamp, on Broken Sword creek, and to be held for the use of the tribe. G,,,,,,,,,,,,,, The United States also agree to grant, by patent, in fee simple, to Scnscas. Tahawmadoyaw, captain Harris, Isahownusay, Joseph Tawgyou, captain Smith, Coffee-house, Running About, and Wiping stick, chiefs of the Seneca_ tribe of Indians, and their successors in office, chiefs of the said tribe, for the use of the persons mentioned in the annexed schedule, a tract of land to contain thirty thousand acres, beginning on the Sandusky river, at the lower corner of the section hereinafter granted to William Spicer; thence, down the said river, on the east side, with the meanders thereof at high water mark, to a point east of the mouth of Wolf creek; thence, and from the beginning, east, so far that a north line will include the quantity of thirty thousand acres aforesaid. Gramm the The United States also agree to grant, by patent, in fee simple, to Shawng€s· Catewekesa or Black Hoof, Byaseka. or Wolf, Pomthe or Walker, Shemenetoo or Big Snake, Othawakeseka or Yellow Feather, Chakalowah or the Tail’s End, Pemthala or John Perry, Wabepee or White Colour, chiefs of the Shawnese tribe, residing at Wapaghkonetta, and their successors in office, chiefs of the said tribe, residing there, for the use of the persons mentioned in the annexed schedule, a tract of land ten miles square, the centre of which shall be the council-house at Wapaghkonetta. G,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, The United States also agree to grant, by patent, in fee simple, to Shawnces on Peeththa or Falling Tree, and to Onowaskemo or the Resolute Man, H°B C'°°k- chiefs of the Shawnese tribes, residing on Hog Creek, and their successors in office, chiefs of the said tribe, residing there, for the use of the persons mentioned in the annexed schedule, a. tract of land containing twenty-five square miles, which is to join the tract granted at Wapaghkonetta, and to include the Shawnese settlement on Hog creek, and to be laid off as nearly as possible in a square form. Gum wth., The United States also agree to grant, by patent, in fee simple, to ghawnees and Quatawape or Captain Lewis, Shekaghkela or Turtle, Skilowa or Robin,

 chiefs of the Shawnese tribe of Indians residing at Lewistown, and to

Mesomea or Civil John, Wakawuxsheno or the White Man, Oquasheno or Joe, and Willaquasheno or When you are tired sit down, chiefs of the Seneca tribe of Indians residing at Lewistown, and to their successors in office, chiefs of the said Shawnese and Seneca tribes, for the use of the persons mentioned in the annexed schedule, a tract of land to contain forty-eight square miles, to begin at the intersection of the line run by Charles Roberts, in the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve, from the source of the Little Miami river to the source of the Scrota river, in pursuance of instructions from the commissioners appointed on the part of the United States, to establish the western boundary of the Virginia Military Reservation, with the Indian boundary line established by the treaty of Greenville, in one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, from the crossings above fort Lawrence to Loram1e's store, and to run from such intersection, northerly, with the first