Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 7.djvu/574

From Wikisource
Jump to: navigation, search
This page needs to be proofread.

564 TREATY WITH THE NEW YORK INDIANS. 1838. Oct. 9, 1838. We the undersigned sachems, chiefs and head men of the American Assent of the party of the St. Regis Indians residing in the State of New York, do S_t. Regis In- hereby give our free and voluntary assent to the foregoing treaty as {1*****:* *0 me amended by the Senate of the United States on the eleventh day of June Qzgjczsby the 1838, the same having been submitted to us by Ransom H. Gillet a Senate. commissioner on the part of the United States, and fully and fairly explained by him to our said tribe in council assembled. The St. Regis Indians shall not be compelled to remove under the treaty or amendments. Dated October 9th, 1838. Lorenn-tnie·enne, Sa.ga.tis-asi-kgar-a-tha, Sasesori-hogane, Simon-sa-he-rese, Louis-taw-roniate, Resis-tsis-kako, Thomas—talsete, Ennias-kar-igiio, Saro-sako-ha-gi-tha, Sak-tsior-ak-gisen, Louis-te-ka·nota-tiron, Tier·kaien-take-ron, Michael Gareault, Kor-ari-hata·ko, W. L. Gray, Int. 'I`omas·te-gaki-gasen, Louis-tio-0n·sate, Saro·thar-0n—ka·tha, Tier-ana·sa-ker-rat, Ennias-anas-ota-ko, Tomas-ska-en-to·gane, Wishe-te-ka·nia-tasoken, Tier-sa—k0-eni-saks, T0mas·tio-nata-kgente, Saro-tsio-her-is-:-rn, Wishe·aten-en-rahes, Sak-tho-te-ras-en, Tomas·ioha-hiio, Saro-saion-gese, Ennias-kana-gaien-·t0n, Louis-onia-rak-ete, Louis-taro-nia-ke-thou, Louis-aion-gahes, Louis-ari-ga-ke-wha, Sak-tha-nen-ris-hon, Sak-tsio·ri-te-ha, Sa-ga-tis—ania-ta-ri·c0, Louis-te-ga-ti-rhon, Louis-sa-ka-na-tie, Tier·atsi·non-gis·aks. The foregoing assent was signed in our presence. R. H. GILLET, Com. VVITNESSBS:—·J3m€S B. Spencer. Heman W. Tucker. A. K. Williams, Agent St. Regis Indians. Frs. Marcoux Dictre. To the Indian names are subjoined marks.

 We the undersigned, chiefs, head men and warriors of the Onondaga

OASS<¢é¤f Oflhé tribe of Indians residing on the Seneca reservations in the State of ,h‘;‘l';9;§;"S;g New-York, do hereby give our free and voluntary assent to the foreamgndgdby the going treaty as amended by the Senate of the United States on the S¤¤¤¢¢· eleventh day of June, 1838, the same having been submitted to us, by Ransom H. Gillet, a commissioner on the part of the United States and fully and fairly explained by him to our said tribe in council assembled. Dated August 31st, 1838. Silversmith, William Jacket. Noah Silversmith, To the Indian names are subjoined marks. The above signatures were freely given in our presence. R. H. GILLET, Com. H. A. S. DEARBORN, Superintendent of Massachusetts