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TREATY WITH THE WYANDOTS, ETC. 1818. 179 use of the Indians named in the schedule to the said treaty, and held by them and their heirs forever, unless ceded to the United States. Am-. 2. It is also agreed that there shall be reserved for the use of Additional rethe Wyandots, in addition to the reservations before made, fifty-five fE;"Q{}°;£1’;,S thousand six hundred and eighty acres of land, to be laid off in two Y ' tracts, the iirst to adjoin the south line of the section of six hundred and forty acres of land heretofore reserved for the Wyandot chief, the Cherokee Boy, and to extend south to the north line of the reserve of twelve miles square, at Upper Sandusky, and the other to adjoin the east line of the reserve of twelve miles square, at Upper Sandusky, and to extend east for quantity. There shall also be reserved, for the use of the Wyandots residing at Reservationfor Solomon’s town, and on Blanchard’s fork, in addition to the reserva· Wl>'¤¤d<>g¤ M tions before made, sixteen thousand acres of land, to be laid off in a gx1mg6s square form, on the head of Blanchard’s fork, the centre of which shall ” ` be at the Big Spring, on the trace leading from Upper Sandusky to fort Findlay; and one hundred and sixty acres of land, for the use of the Wyandots, on the west side of the Sandusky river, adjoining the said river, and the lower line of two sections of land, agreed, by the treaty to which this is supplementary, to be granted to Elizabeth Whitaker. There shall also be reserved, for the use of the Shawnese, in addi- Addiiionalmtion to the reservations before made, twelve thousand eight hundred §?;fJ;';°;,;g° acres of land, to be laid off adjoining the east line of their reserve of Senecas. ten miles square, at Wapaughkonetta ; and for the use of the Shawnese and Senecas, eight thousand nine hundred and sixty acres of land, to be laid off adjoining the west line of the reserve of forty-eight square miles at Lewistown. And the last reserve hereby made, and the former reserve at the same place, shall be equally divided by an east and west line, to be drawn through the same. And the north half of the said tract shall be reserved for the use of the Senecas who reside there, and the south half for the use of the Shawnese who reside there. There shall also be reserved for the use of the Senecas, in addition Further reserto the reservations before made, ten thousand acres of land, to be laid §““°“ [0* ‘h° off on the east side of the Sandusky river, adjoining the south line of cmcw their reservation of thirty thousand acres of land, which begins on the Sandusky river, at the lower corner of William Spicer’s section, and excluding therefrom the said William Spicer’s section. ART. 3. It is hereby agreed that the tracts of land, which, by the Grants to cereighth article of the treaty to which this is supplementary, are to be :***2 P*"S°¤S **3* granted by the United States to the persons therein mentioned, shall ,$i,hi,§€?,;°;j:,_,_ never be conveyed, by them or their heirs, without the permission of sion. the President of the United States. Am. 4. The United States agree to pay to the Wyandots an addi- Additional antional annuity of five hundred dollars, forever ; to the Shawnese, and to Q,‘,}“f:d3;h§w the Senecas of Lewistown, an additional annuity of one thousand dollars, y ’ ` forever; and to the Senecas an additional annuity of five hundred dollars, forever; and to the Ottawas an additional annuity of one thousand five hundred dollars, forever. And these annuities shall be paid at the places, and in the manner, prescribed by the treaty to which this is supplementary. A1v1·.5. This treaty shall take effect, and be obligatory on the con- When to take tracting parties, as soon as the same shall be ratified by the President 959***- of the United States, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate thereof In testimony whereof, the said Lewis Cass and Duncan McArthur, commissioners as aforesaid, and the sachems, chiefs, and warriors,