THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 91. 1850. 559 him to the Secretary of War on the twenty-eighth January, eighteen der treaty with hundred and forty-one, as adjudicated and approved by the said Secre- th? P°*°¤W¤*¤· tary in his descesion of the third March, eighteen hundred and forty-one, m;;;, ch 10 L the sum of eighty-eight thousand five hundred and eighty-nine dollars Vo1.§.p:2a4. and thirty-two cents. That the sum of thirty-nine thousand nine hundred and one dollars McIntosh party and sixty-seven cents be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of °fC”°kI¤d*°·“°· any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be paid by the Creek agent to the surviving chiefs of the McIntosh party of the Creek Indians, to be divided among the chiefs and warriors, the friends and followers of the late General William McIntosh, who have not received their proportion of the sum of one hundred thousand dollars stipulated by the ninth article of the treaty between the United States and the Creek Nation, made at the city of Washington on the twenty- fourth January, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, said sum of thirty- nine thousand one hundred and nine dollars sixty-seven cents to be in full of all demands of said Indians under the said ninth article of said treat . Sayc. 2. And be it further enacted, That the accounting officers Texas Mountof the United States treasury be, and are hereby, directed to audit and °d.§““8°" *° l’° settle the accounts of the companies of Texas Mounted Rangers, com- pm ' mended by Captains B. F. Hill, J. M. Smith, J. Roberts, J. S. Sutton, S. P. Ross, H. E. McCulloch, J. W. Johnson, and C. Blackwell, who were retained in or called into service by the governor of said State, and out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated: Provided, That the amount to be so paid shall not exceed seventy-two Proviso. thousand dollars. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the Seeretary of War pay Delaware Inany balance that may be due the Delaware Indians, who served in the fig; 'ily $°"°d Forida war, under the order of the Secretary of War of July twenty- ° °" a W"' second, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, in which the Indians were promised the sum of two hundred and seventy dollars for six months' _ service, and that the Secretary be required to pay according to said order, to the chiefs of said tribe of Indians, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, September 30, 1850.
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