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the military tract to be surveyed | cording to the general prorisions
surveyed pursuant to the direction See deputy surveyor, 12, 13. Super-
1800 . . . . . . . . . 174
| 1 To be appomted for the lands ls.
Wibing north-west of the river Ohio
and above tbe mouth of Kentucky
river . . . . . . . . 139
12 His powers and duties ... ib.
13 He shall cause a description of
| the whole lands survered to be
made out and returned to the su.
perintendants of sales .... 141
4 Hlis compensation . . . . 145
| 5 His powers extended over all the
| public lands north of the Ohio and
east of the Mississippi ... 166
6 To ascertain by astronomical ob.
servations the position of important
I points . . . . . . . . ib.
17. His powers extended over all the
I public lands in Louisiana . . . 169
See Surveiring, 18, 20. Boundaries
198) 5. Commissioners, 32 Deputy Sur-
veyors, 8. Superintendants of
Sales, 3, 8.
to, on paying the purchase money,
agreeably with the provisions
private sale ....... 253
Symnes, John Cleves.
quest to alter the contract with, so
far as respects boundaries; and
the specification thereof, . 240-1
warrants for army bounty rights from Symmes and his associates,
shall be located . . . . . . ib. See Pre-emption, from 1 to 14.
Commissioners, 1, 2.
cient for satisfying legal claims,
deficiency to be made up on the
United States side of the line 53-4
See Cessions, 9.
| 1 For recording French and Spa-
nish grants in the district of Loui.
siana and the territory of Orleans 310
2 Their compensation .... 319
North-Carolina ...... 52 1 Treaty of peace, definitive, be-
cations, which might be removed Britain ; Articles I. II. .. . 1
000 acres for two colleges. ib. and the King of Spain; Articles
ib. 1 4 Between the United States and
1 Treaty of Fort Stanwix with the
Six Nations . . . . . 62
12.... Of Greenville, with the Wv.
andots, Delawares, Shaw-
anoese, &c. . . . . . 63 , 15 Treaty of Vincennes with the
Wyandots, Ottawas, Chip 16 ... Of Saint Louis with the
Sacs and Foxes. ..
rokees . . . . . .
the Cherokees 1. .
kasaws ...... 101
the same nation ... 102
with the same nation. 103
taws . . . . . . . 105
.. Of Fort Adams with the
same nation ... 106
Of Fort Confederation (pro-
visional convention) with
the same nation. . . 107
same nation .. . 11
Of Fort Clark with the
Great and Little Osages . 118
Sacs and Foxes, (addi-
tional article omitted in its
proper place) ...115
of the preceding treaty 90 how to be conducted .... 139
See Indian Lands.
tified on plats
2 This provision reneje
terms with the next preceding | tives
patents . . . . . . . . 215
7 By act of 13th May, 1800, pa-
tents to be granted on surveys
previous to passing said act. 216
i 8 But not for a greater quantity in
the whole than 60,000 acres, nor
Intruders, 3. Private Claims 19 In case of interfering claims, the
party losing and evicted may
withdraw his entry and locate
other vacant lands within the afore-
said bounds . . . . . . . ib.
10 Provision in case of warrants or
| certificates of survey lost or de-
stroyed ; they may be supplied by
certified duplicates ... 216-17
11 The western boundary line of
in the aforesaid deed of cession
established . . . . . . 217
thereof filed in the War Depart.
, 133-4 ment to be evidence of title 217-18
14 Claims not located and surveys
15 Further time for completing lo-
from 234 March, 1807, for the
bounties ........ 219/2) But if it appear that such sur.
mably with said recommendation 24-6
3 The same line, viz. “ From the
mouth of Yazoo, due east to the
river Apalachicola,” declared to
be the northern boundary of West-
Florida, in a subsequent commis.
sion to Peter Chester, as governor, .
&c. dated 25th January, 1770, 26
land granted to ...... 208
authorized to contract with him
for the purchase of a lot in Cin-
cinnati . . . . . . . . . 255
2 On payment of the price agreed
on, the President authorized to is-
sue a patent to him therefor . . ib.
ed to, not exceeding one mile
square each . . . . . . . 195