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138 TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 31. 1847. For iron, and steel, &.c., for shops, four hundred and forty dollars. For purchase of provisions, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of third September, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three thousand dollars. For two thousand pounds of tobacco, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of third September, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three hundred dollars. For farming utensils, cattle, &.c., stipulated in the second article of the treaty of third September, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, five hundred dollars. For thirty barrels of salt, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of the third September, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, one hundred and fifty dollars. Omahas. To the Omahas.-— For blacksmith and assistant for ten years, and during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For iron and steel for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars. For agricultural implements during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, five hundred dollars. Ottoes, and To the Ottoes and J|Ess0urias.——For blacksmith and assistant for Mi”°“’i“·"· ten years, and during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For iron and steel, &,c., for shop, two hundred and twenty dollars. For agricultural implements for ten years, from eighteen hundred and forty, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, five hundred dollars. For education during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-lirst September, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, five hundred dollars. For limited annuity for ten years, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty- three, two thousand five hundred dollars. For two farmers for five years and during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, twelve hundred dollars. Ottawas. T0 the Ottowas. —— For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of third of August, seventeen hundred and ninety-five, one thousand dollars. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second article of the treaty of seventeenth of November, eighteen hundred and seven, eight hundred dollars. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of seventeenth of September, eighteen hundred and eighteen,_rilteen hundred dollars. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-ninth August, eighteen hundred and twenty-one, one thousand dollars. Qttawas, and To the Ottawa.: and Chqzzpcwas. —·-For limited annuity for twenty Cmpp°Wa‘°‘ years, Stlplllated ln the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-Glghlh March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, thirty thousand dollars. For interest to be paid annually on two hundred thousand dollars, as annuity, per Senate resolution, twelve thousand dollars. For education for twenty years, and during the pleasure of Congress, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-eighth March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, five thousand dollars. For missions for twenty years, and during the pleasure of Congress,