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TREATY WITH THE SAGANAWS. 1837. 549 Ogisna Kegido, (The Chief Speaker,) Ist Peetwaweetam, (The Coming Voice.) chief of the tribe. Mushkootagwima, (The Meadow Sparrow, Tondagonee, (A dog rampant or furious.) or Feather in the Meadow or Plain.) Mukkukoosh, (The Broken Chest, Keg, Acqueweezais, (The Expert Boy, i. e. or Box.) wickedly expert.) Qgimaus, (The Little Chief, or chief of Kaugaygeezhig, (The Everlasting Sky.) subordinate authority.) Wasso, (The Bright Light, or light falling Ottawaus, (The Little Ottawa.) on a distant object.) Signed in presence of Jno. Garland, Maj. U. S. A. Henry Connor, Sub-agent. T. B. W. Stockton. G. D. Williams, Commission of int. impt. S. Mich. Jonathan Beach. Chas. C. Hascall, Receiver of public moneys. Albert J. Smith. Robt. J. S. Page. Wait Beach. Rev. Luther D. Whitney. T. R. Cumings. fl`o the Indian names are subjoined marks. It was understood, previous to the execution of the foregoing treaty, [This note that the United States does not agree to advance the amount set apart S¥ri<¤l5¤¤ Gut by by the sixth article for claimants, in lieu of reservations; and that no ih° b‘""“°‘] payments will be made, in accordance therewith, until the lands of the Indians are sold, and the proceeds thereof placed to their credit at the Treasury. HENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT, Commissioner. List of claims directed to be paid in the 6th article, To Mekitchewunoqua, or Betsey Lyon ... $800 00 [This list Margaret Swarts, alias Gelesky .. 400 00 SL*i¤g*=¤ °¤°_bY Kewayjewun and two children of Archy Lyon .. 400 00 t ° 8mt°" Majo, of Saganaw, for himself and Indian family ... 400 00 John H. Connor .. 400 00 Richard H. Connor . . . . 400 00 Ladi, or Leon Tromblee 800 00 Adjejauk, or Joseph Visger . 400 00 Antoine Beaubien, jun’r. .. . 400 00 Shawrescopenagsee, or Roi . 400 00 Shawunacqum, daughter of Paro Roi . . . . . 400 00 lrllabipenaysee, son of Kaugegaygeezhik .. 400 00 John Baptist Barard . . . . ... . ... 400 00 Keezhigoqua, daughter of Jacob Gravereat 400 00 Pierre Provencal .. . . . . 400 00 Bena Tromblee ... 400 00 Kenozia, or Stewart . . .. . .. 400 00 Penacee, wife of Henry Campau . 400 00 Mittigaubauk, or B. Desnoyers .. 400 00 Albert J. Smith . ... . . . . .. 1,000 00 Joseph Beaubien . ... . . . . .. 400 00 HENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT, Commissioner. [Nora.-The foregoin treaty was ratified with the following amendments, as contained in the resolution of the Senate: Strike out the sixth article. Change articles 7 and 8 to article 6 and article 7. _ _ H Strike out the note commencing “It was understood," dec., and the " list of claims immediately following.