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SUMMARY STATEMENT of the value of the Exports of the Growth,

Produce, and Manufacture of the United States, during the
year ending on the 30th day of September, 1829.

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3,301,550

127,336

SUMMARY STATEMENT CONTINUED.
Iron,

223,705
Spirits from molasses,

166,740
Sugar refined,

50,739
Chocolate,

1,759
Gunpowder,

171,924
Copper and brass,

129,647
Medicinal drugs,

101,524
Cotton piece goods
Printed and colored,

145,024
White,

981,370
Nankeens,

1,878
Twist, yarn and thread,

3,849
All other manufactures of
Flax and hemp-

1,259,457
Cloth and thread,

2,166
Bags, and all manufactures of

14,954
Wearing apparel,

91,108
Combs and buttons,

76,250
Brushes,

3,150
Billiard tables and apparatus,

3,443
Umbrellas and parasols,

22,067
Leather and morocco skins, not sold

80,173
Fire engines and apparatus,

2,832
Printing presses and type,

12,908
Musical instruments,

8,868
Books and maps,

29,010
Paper and other stationary,

25,629
Paints and varnish,

21,133
Vinegar,

5,953
Earthen and stone ware,

5,592
Manufactures of glass,

49,900
tin,

1,757
pewter and lead,

5,185
marble and stone,

2,647
gold and silver, and gold
leaf,

11,250
Gold and silver coin,

612,886
Artificial flowers and jewelry,

21,627
Molasses,

1,992
Trunks,

11,248
Brick and lime,

3,717
Salt,

27,648
Articles not distinguished in returns —
Manufactured,

309,100
Raw produce,

221,544

per lb.

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STATEMENT showing the whole amount of Indian Annuities now

payable under treaty provisions; dates of the acts of appropriation ; names of tribes to whom payable ; the sums which are permanent, and those which are limited, and the terms of limitation.

Date of Act.

Names of Indian Tribes.

Annuity. Permanent. Limited. Term.

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1796, May 6 Wyandots,

Shawanese,
Delawares,
Weas,
Piankashaws,
Kaskaskias,
Ottowas,
Chippewas,
Pottawatamies,

Eel Rivers,
1799, Feb. 25 Six Nations, New York,

Creeks, .
Cherokees,

Chichasaws,
1805, March 3 Sacs and Foxes,
1806, April 21 Wynadots, Munsees, Dela-

wares, &c. Weas, Cherokees,

Ee) Rivers, 1807, March 3 Piankashaws, 1808, Feb. 19 Wyandots, .

Ottowas,
Chippewas,
Pottawatamies, Huron,

Choctaws, 1810, May 1 Delawares,

Weas,
Pottawatamies,

Eel Rivers,
1811, March 3 Osages, .
1816, April 26 Young King, Seneca chief,
1817, March 3 Choctaws,
1819, March 3 | Wyandots,

Shawanese,
Shawanese and Senecas,

Lewistown,
Senecas, Lewistown,
Delawares,
Weas,
Ottowas,
Pottawatamies,
Quapaws,
Creeks,
Chippewas,

Chickasaws, 1820, May 15 Chippewas, 1822, May 7 Kaskaskias,

Ottowas,
Choctaws,
Pottawatamies,

Same,
Kickapoos of Illinois,
Chippewas, pleasure of the

President,

800

400 3,000

500 400 500

350 1,500

200 6,000 4,500 2,000

825 250 3,000 250 300 400 800 800

400 3,000

500 400 500

350 1,500

200 Life. 6,000 1836

4,500
2,000

1,000 1,000 4,000 1,850 1,500 2,500 1,000 3,000

1,000 1832 1,300 1832

1,000 1,000 4,000 1,850 2,500 3,800 1,000 3,000 1,000 20,000 1,000

500 2,500 3,000 5,000 1,000 2,000

1,000 1832 20,000 1833

1,000

500 1,000 3,000

1,500 1831

5,000 1841 1,000 1836 2,000 1834

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STATEMENT

CONTINUED.

Date of Act.

Names of Indian Tribes.

Annuity. Permanent. Limited. Term.

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1822, May

7 Mushulatubbee, a chief, 1824, May 26 Florida Indians,

Creeks,
1826, May 20 Sacs and Foxes,

Quapaws,
loways,
Choctaws,
Robert Cole, a chief,
Cherokees,
Sacs, Foses, and loways,
Miamies,
Delawares,
Pottawatamies,
Shawanese,

Christian Indians,
1826, May 22 Creeks,
1827, March 2

Osages, •

Kanzas, 1828, May 24 Cherokees, 1829, March 2 Miamies,

Same,
Same, pleasure of Con-

gress,
Chippewas,
Pottawatamies,
Same, pleasure of Con-

gress.
Same,
Same,
Same,
Same,
Same, pleasure of Con-

gress,

Same, for a chief,
1829, March 2 Pottawatamies,
1830, March 25 Winnebagoes,

Same,
Same,
Same,
Same,

Same,
Chippewas, Ottawas, &c,

Same,
Same,

do.

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