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488 TREATY WITH THE CHEROKEES. 1836. Schedule and estimated value of the Osage hafbreed reservations within the territory ceded to the Cherohees west of the Mississippi, (referred to in article 5 on the foregoing treaty,) viz: Augustus Clamont one section .. $6,000 James " " " .. . . . . 1,000 Paul " " " ... . . . . . . . 1,300 Henry “ " " . . . . . . 800 Anthony " " " .. 1,800 Rosalie " " “ ... . . . 1,800 Emilia D, of Mihanga 1,000 Emilia D, of Shemianga ... 1,300 $15,000 I hereby certify that the above schedule is the estimated value of the Osage reservations; as made out and agreed upon with Col. A. P. Chouteau who represented himself as the agent or guardian of the above reservees. J. F. SCHERMERHORN. ]lIareh 14, 1835. SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLES TO A TREATY M¤reh1, 1836. Concluded at New Echota, Georgia, December 29, 1835, between the

 United States and Cherokee people.

May 23, 1836. Wnnnmas the undersigned were authorised at the general meeting of the Cherokee people held at New Echota as above stated, to make and assent to such alterations in the preceding treaty as might be thought necessary, and whereas the President of the United States has expressed his determination not to allow any pre-emptions or reservations his desire being that the whole Cherokee people should remove together and establish themselves in the country provided for them west of the Mississippi river. Pre-emption ARTICLE 1. It is therefore agreed that all the pre-emption rights and rights d°¤l¤¥¢d reservations provided for in articles 12 and 13 shall be and are hereby md' relinquished and declared void. Anrrcne 2. Whereas the Cherokee people have supposed that the sum of five millions of dollars fixed by the Senate in their resolution of—— day of March, 1835, as the value of the Cherokee lands and possessions east of the Mississippi river was not intended to include the amount which may be required to remove them, nor the value of certain claims which many of their people had against citizens of the United States, which suggestion has been confirmed by the opinion expressed to the War Department by some of the Senators who voted upon the question and whereas the President is willing that this subject should be referred to the Senate for their consideration and if it was not intended by the Senate that the sum of five millions of dollars should include the objects herein specified that in that case such further provision should be made therefor as might appear to the Senate to be just. Allowance in Arvrrcu: 3. It is therefore agreed that the sum of six hundred thouliw ¤fPf¤-¢mP· sand dollars shall be and the same is hereby allowed to the Cherokee “°"°’ &°‘ people to include the expense of their removal, and all claims of every