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TREATY between The United States and the Osage Tribes

of Indians.Signed the 31st August, 1822.

WHEREAS a Treaty between The United States of America, and the Great and Little Osage Tribes of Indians, was made and concluded on the 31st day of August, in the Year of Our Lord 1822, at The United States' Factory on the M. De Cigue Augt. by Commissioners on the part of the United States, and certain Chiefs and Warriors of the said Tribes, on the part and in behalf of the said Tribes, which Treaty is in the words following, to wit:

Articles of a Treaty entered into, and concluded, at The United States' Factory on the M. De Cigue Augt. by and between Richard Graham, Agent of Indian Affairs, authorized on the part of The United States for that purpose, and the Chiefs, Warriors, and Head Men, of the Tribes of Great and Little Osage Indians, for themselves and their respective Tribes, of the other Part.

Whereas, by the Second Article of the Treaty made and entered into between The United States and the Great and Little Osage Nation of Indians, concluded and signed at Fort Clark, on the Missouri, on the 10th day of November, 1808, it is stipulated that The United States shall establish at that Place, and permanently continue, at all seasons of the year, a well assorted store of goods, for the purpose of bartering with them on moderate terms for their peltries and furs. Now, we, the said Chiefs, Warriors, and Head Men, in behalf of our said Tribes, for and in consideration of 2329 dollars and 40 cents, to us now paid in merchandize, out of The United States' Factory, by said Richard Graham, on behalf of The United States, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do exonerate, release, and for ever discharge, The United States from the obligation contained in the said Second Article above-mentioned; and the aforesaid Second Article is, from the date hereof, abrogated, and of no effect.

In Witness whereof, the said Richard Graham, and the Chiefs, Warriors, and Head Men of the Great and Little Osage Tribes, have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals, this 31st day of August, in the Year of Our Lord 1822.

Signed by R. GRAHAM,

and by 22 Indians.

Now, therefore, be it known, that I, James Monroe, President of The United States of America, having seen and considered the said Treaty, do, in pursuance of the advice and consent of the Senate, as expressed by their Resolution of the 7th of this month, accept, ratify, and confirm the same, and every Clause and Article thereof.

In Testimony whereof, I have caused the seal of The United States to be hereunto affixed, having signed the same with m hand.

Done at the City of Washington, this 13th day of February, in the Year of Our Lord 1823, and of the Independence of The United States the 47th. By the President,

JAMES MONROE. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS,

Secretary of State.

TREATY between The United States and the Sac and Fox

Tribes of Indians.-Signed at Fort Armstrong, the 3d day of September, 1822.

Whereas a Treaty between The United States of America, and the United Sac and Fox Tribes of Indians, was made and concluded on the 3d day of September, in the year of our Lord 1822, at Fort Armstrong, by Commissioners on the part of the United States, and certain Chiefs and Warriors of the said Tribes, on the part and in behalf of the said Tribes, which Treaty is in the following words, to wit:

Articles of a Treaty entered into and concluded at Fort Armstrong, by, and between Thomas Forsyth, Agent of Indian Affairs, authorized on the part of the United States, for that purpose, of the one part, and the Chiefs, Warriors, and Head Men of The United Sac and Fox Tribes, for themselves, and their Tribes, of the other part.

Whereas by the 9th Article of the Treaty made and entered into between The United States, and the Sac and Fox Tribes of Indians, concluded and signed at Saint Louis, in the District of Louisiana, on the 3d day of November, 1804, it is stipulated, in order to put a stop to the abuses and impositions which are practised upon the said Tribes by the private Traders, The United States will, at a convenient time, establish a Trading-house or Factory, where the Individuals of the said Tribes can be supplied with goods at a more reasonable rate than they have been accustomed to procure them. Now, we, the said Chiefs and Warriors, and Head Men of the said Tribes, for, and in consideration of the sum of 1,000 dollars, to us now paid, in merchandise out of The United States' Factory, by said Thomas Forsyth, on behalf of The United States, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do exonerate, release, and forever discharge The United States, from the obligation contained in the said 9th Article above recited, and the aforesaid 9th Article is, from the date hereof, abrogated and of no effect.

In witness whereof, the said Thomas Forsyth, and the Chiefs, Warriors, and Head Men of the Sac and Fox Tribes, have hereunto set their hands, and affixed their Seals, this 3d day of September, in the Year of Our Lord 1822. Signed by THOMAS FORSYTH, U. S. Indian Agent,

and by 8 Indians.

Now, therefore, be it known, that I, James Monroe, President of The United States of America, having seen and considered the said Treaty, do, in pursuance of the advice and consent of the Senate, as expressed by their Resolution of the 7th of this month, accept, ratify, and confirm the same, and every Clause and Article thereof.

In Testimony whereof, I have caused the Seal of The United States to be hereunto affixed, having signed the same with my hand.

Done at the City of Washington, this 13th day of February, in the Year of Our Lord 1823, and of the Independence of The United States the 47th. By the President,

JAMES MONROE. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS,

Secretary of State.

TREATY between The United States and the Ricara Indians.

Signed August 11, 1823.

Camp, 6th Regiment U.S. Infantry,

Ncar the Ricara Towns, Aug. 11, 1823. Whereas the Ricara Nation have made War upon The United States, by attacking a Party of Americans, under the direction of Gen. W. H. Ashley; and Hostilities, in consequence thereof, have been carried on between the same Nation of Indians and The United States : Now, therefore, for the purpose of putting an end to the said Hostilities and making a firm and inviolable Peace between the said Nation of Indians and The United States; the Chiefs, Head Men, and Warriors, of the Ricara Nation, for themselves and said Nation, and Colonel Henry Leavenworth, of The United States' Army, for and in behalf of The United States, have made, concluded, and agreed upon, the following Articles, viz;

ARTICLE I. The Ricara Nation agree to restore the Armstaken from Gen. Ashley's Party, and such other articles of property as may remain in their hands, which were obtained of Gen. Ashley in exchange for Horses.

II. The Ricara Nation agree that the Navigation of the Missouri shall not be obstructed by them; that all American Citizens duly authorized by The United States to come in their Country, shall be treated by them with kindness and civility; and in case any of the Nation commits acts of violence upon any American Citizen, such individual shall be punished for the offence.

III. In consequence of the performance of the foregoing Articles, it is agreed that the Ricaras shall be held and treated as friends of The United States.

IV. There shall hereafter be a firm and inviolable Peace between the Ricara Nation and The United States,

In witness whereof, the Parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year above mentioned. Signed by

H. LEAVENWORTH,

Col. Commanding 6th Regiment, In presence of

and by 11 Indians.
A. Woolley, Major 6th Infantry.
John GALE, Surgeon United States' Army.
M. MORRIS, Lieutenant 6th Infantry.
W. H. ASHLEY.
Thos. Noel, Acting Adjt. 6th Infantry.
N. J. CRUGER, Lieutenant 6th Infantry.

BRITISH ORDER in COUNCIL exempting certain Ne.

therlands Vessels from taking Pilots in British Ports.

At the Court at Windsor, the 21st of July, 1823.

PRESENT, THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

WHEREAS by an Act passed in the 4th Year of His present Majesty's Reign, [Cap. 77.] intituled “ An Act to authorise His Majesty, under certain circumstances, to regulate the Duties and Drawbacks on goods imported or exported in Foreign Vessels, and to exempt certain Foreign Vessels from Pilotage,” His Majesty is authorized, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, or by any Order or Orders in Council, in all cases in which British Vessels, of less burthen than 50 tons, are not required by Law to take Pilots, to exempt Foreign Vessels, being of less burthen than 60 tons, from taking on board a Pilot to conduct them into or from any of the Ports of The United Kingdom, any Law, custom, or usage to the contrary notwithstanding; Iis Majesty, by virtue of the power vested in Him by the said Act, nd by and with the advice of His Privy Council, is pleased to order, nd it is hereby ordered, that from and after the date of this Order, all fessels belonging to the Subjects of His Majesty The King of The etherlands, and being of less burthen than 60 tons, which shall enter

or clear out from any of the Ports of The United Kingdom, shall be, nd they are hereby exempted from taking on board a Pilot to conduct dem into or from any such Port, in all cases where British Vessels, eing of less burthen than 60 tons, are not required by Law to take ilots, any Law, custom, or usage to the contrary notwithstanding, nd the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's reasury are to give the necessary directions herein accordingly.

JAMES BULLER.

An Account of the Ordinary Revenues and Extraordinary Resources, constituting the ri

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CUSTOMS Excise STAMPS Taxis, under the Management of the Commissioners of Taxes Post OFFICE ONE SHILLING in the Pound, and Sixpence in the Pound on Pensions and Salaries, and Four Shillings in the Pound on Pensions HACKNEY COACHES, and

Hawkers and Pedlers CROWN LANDS SMALL Branches of the King's Hereditary Revenue LOTTERY; Surplus Produce after payment of Prizes SURPLUS Fees of Regulated

Public Offices POUNDAGE FEES, Pells Fees, Casualties, Treasury Fees, and Hospital Fees

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TOTAL

Op ORDINARY REVENUES. } € 3,302,883 3 84 63,040,496 13 93

OTHER RESOURCES.

Naval

PROCEEDS of Old Stores, per Act 3 Geo. 4. c. 127. s. 4. UNCLAIMED DIVIDENDS, Annuities, Lottery Prizes, &c. per Act 56 Geo. 3. c. 97. AMOUNT of Savings on Third Class of Civil List, in the Year ended 5th January, 1821, . FROM the Commissioners for theIssue of ExchequerBills, per Act 57 Geo. 3. c. 34, for theEmploymentof the Poor From several County Trea-7 surers, and others in Ire. Tand, on account of Advances made by the Trea. sury, for improving Post Roads, for building Gaols, for the Police, for Public Works, employment of the Poor, &c. IMPREST Monies, repaid by sundry Public Accountants, and other Monies paid to the Public

TOTALS, exclusive of Loans, £|3,306,431

LOANS

TOTALS of the PUBLIC

INCOME of the UNITED
KINGDOM, including
LOANS

Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, March 24th, 1823.

53,872 4 8

53,872 48

7,870 2 81

7,870 28

4,002,925 11 5

59,037,571 24

151,000

151,000

1,666 51

1,665 51

1,119 2 31

1,1192

197,500

197,500

3,547 16 87

81,516 8 33

81,516 8 $

328,195 13 112

328, 196 13 113

5 163,801,494 3 54) 4,002,925 11 6 59,798,5658 12 + 1

11,872,155 9 29

11,872,155 9 315

3,306,431

5 75,673,649 12 81 4,002,925 11 5

71,670,724 19

J. C, HERRIES

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