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310 TREATY WITH THE MIAMIES. 1828. the five mile reservation on Eel River by the fifteeenth day of October next. Goods to An·1·. 2. The Commissioner of the United States has delivered to said ¤¥¤°¤¤¤°f2000 party of Indians, goods to the value of two thousand dollars, in part. g$2:;l°;li;fl°' consideration for the cession herein made, and it is agreed that in case diane, this treaty should be ratified by the President and Senate of the United States, that the United States shall pay said party an additional sum of eight thousand dollars in goods next summer, build twelve log houses, ten on the five mile reservation, and two on the Wabash; clear and fence forty acres of land on the five mile reservation, furnish them one wagon and two yoke of oxen, furnish two hands to work three months in each year for two years, five hundred dollars worth of provisions delivered on the Wabash; furnish them five horses, five saddles and five bridles. Proviso. Provided however, that if this treaty should not be ratified by the President and Senate of the United States, that said party agree to pay for the goods this day received, two thousand dollars, to be deducted from their annuity for this present year. Payment tn_ Am-. 3. At the request of the Indians, and in part consideration for P°*°’ L"·“8l°"- the cession aforesaid, the United States agree to pay to Peter Langlois, one thousand dollars in silver, and three thousand dollars in goods next summer, for provisions and goods heretofore delivered to said party. Appropriation Am. 4. The United States agree to appropriate one thousand dollars {?:d?g:°*g"i'g;f per year for five years, and longer if Congress think proper, to be y uapplied under the direction of the President, to the education of the youths of the Miami nation. Fourth mid, Am-. 5. It is distinctly understood and agreed on by and between map be medi- the contracting parties, that the President and Senate may, if they think H° · proper, modify or expunge from this treaty, the fourth article, without affecting any other of its provisions. Treaty obliga- Am. 6. This treaty, after the same shall be ratified by the President Hg “'h°“ "““' and Senate of the United States, shall be binding on the contracting parties. In testimony whereof; the said John Tipton, Commissioner as aforesaid on the part of the United States, and the Chiefs, Head Men, and Warriors, of said party, have hereunto set their hands and seals at the \Vyandot village, near the Wabash, this eleventh day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight. JOHN TIPTON, Comm’r. Ne go ta kaup wa, Mack kon zaw, Shaw po to se aw, Man je ne ki ah, Ntah ko ke aw, Naw waw pawm awn daw, Aw waw no zaw, Ne ah law naun daw, Kaw koaw ma kan to aw, Ke pah naw mo aw, Aw sawn zaw gaw, Ke we kau taw, Shin go aw zaw, Pierrisb Constant, Oh zau ke at tau, Aw wawn saw peau. Waw paw ko se aw, Attest—Walter Wilson, Secretary to the Commissioner. J. B. Duret. Joseph Barron, J. B. Boure, Interpreters. Calvin Fletcher. Sami. Hanna. Allen Hamilton. Jordan Vigus. Pierre Langly. Joseph Holman. To the Indian names ue subéoined u mark and seal.