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TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 31. 1847. 133 For the current and contingent expenses of the Indian Depart- D¤P¤f¤¤€¤*~ ment, viz.: For the pay of the superintendent of Indian affairs at St. Louis, S“P°'l¤‘°¤d°“'~ and the several Indian agents, as provided by the acts of June thirti- md ag°°t°` eth, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, of March third, eighteen hun- IW. ¤h· 162- dred and thirty-seven, and of June twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred I35h °h- 3L and forty-six, eighteen thousand dollars. IMG, ¤l¤· 3* For the pay of sub—agents, authorized by the act of June thirtieth, S“b‘“€°“*“· eighteen hundred and thirty-four, nine thousand seven hundred and 1** °h‘m2‘ fifty dollars. For the pay of interpreters, authorized by the same act, ten thou- Interpreters. sand two hundred dollars. For the pay of clerk to superintendent at St. Louis, one thousand Clerkstwo hundred dollars. For the pay of clerk to acting superintendent of the Western Territory, one thousand dollars. For postages, rents, stationery, fuel for offices, and other contin- Posu».g¤r,renu, gencies of the Indian Department, and for transportation and inci- "‘°· dental expenses, seventeen thousand dollars. For fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes, viz. : To the Christian Indians.— For permanent annuity, stipulated in _Cl¤’i¤¤¤¤ I¤- the acts of May twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and twenty-four, and gg!" h 1,, 7 May twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, four hundred wisc gbl,',?, ` dollars. ’I To the Cbappewas of MississQJ_pi and Lake Superior.?-For payment MQ$lPP°‘Y°$ °g in money for twenty years, stipulated in the second article of the L£;i§:,l;,T,,,,:_n treaty of twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, nine thousand five hundred dollars. For payment in goods for twenty years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty- seven, nineteen thousand dollars. For establishing three blacksmiths’ shops, supporting three smiths, and furnishing iron and steel, for twenty years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, three thousand dollars. For support of farmers, purchase of implements, grain, or seed, and to carry on their agricultural pursuits, for twenty years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, one thousand dollars. For purchase of provisions for twenty years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, two thousand dollars. For purchase of tobacco for twenty years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-ninth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, five hundred dollars. For limited annuity for twenty-five years, in money, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, twelve thousand five hundred dollars. For limited annuity for twenty-tive years, in goods, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, ten thousand five hundred dollars. For support of two blacksmitlfs shops, including pay of smiths and assistants, and furnishing iron and steel, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty· two, two thousand dollars. For support of two farmers, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fourth of October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, one thousand dollars. For pay of two carpenters, stipulated in the fourth article of the