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Illinois for the year 1857. Annual report of the surveyor gen

eral of public lands in the State of .. 2

Illinois. Statement of the unsold public lands in the State of 10

Imports into the United States of certain articles during the quar-
ter ending September 30. 1857. Statcmentof the

Imports, annually, from July 1, 1849, to 1857, the amount of cus-
toms each year, and the expenses of collection during the
same period- Statement of the .

Imports of coin and bullion, annually, from 1821 to 1827. State-
ment of the amount of

Imports, annually, from the beginning of the government to June
30, 1857. Statement of the amount of

Imports, re-exported and consumed, and estimated population, and
rate of consumption, p:r capita, from 1821 to 1857. State-
ment of the amount of the

Imports into the United States annually consumed from 1821 to
1857. Statement of the value of the

Imports, annually, of certain articles, and the amount of duty
which accrued on each, from June 30, 1844, to June 30,
1857. Statement of the value of

Imports of wine, spirits, &c, imported annually, from 1843 to 1857,
inclusive

Import*, annually, from 1821 to 1857. Statement of the value of

Imports of iron, manufactures of iron and iron and steel, steel,
sugar, wines, and all fabrics of which wool, cotton, Bilk,
flax, or hemp is a component part, annually, from 1847 to
1857, inclusive, with the duties which accrued thereon diring
each year, and of brandies from 1856 to 1857. Statement
of the value of the

Imports from Canada and other British possessions, from July 1,
1851, to June 30, 1857. Statement of the value of

Imports of certain articles in 1856 and 1857, with the increase or
decrease in quantity and value. Statement of the quantity
and value, value per bushel, pound, &e, of

Imports of pig iron into the United States from 1820 to 1857.
Statement of the quantity and value of the

Imports of coal, and consumption of foreign imports less domestic
exports, and total consumption of foreign coal for the last
82 years. Statement of the value of the

Import duty on United States domestic exports to Great Britain,
France, Spain, Holland, Belgium, and Brar.il; also the duty
on like articles imported into the United States. Statement
of the

Imports of goods, wares, and merchandise of the growth, produce,
and manufacture of foreign countries, during the year end-
ing June 30, 1857. Statement of the quantity and value
of the 1

Imports of go;ds, wares, and merchandise of the growth, produce,
and manufacture of foreign countries, into each collection
district of the United States, during the year ending June
30,1857. Statement of the 14

Import* from each foreign country during the year ending June 30,

1857. Statement of the value of the 14

Imports of each State and Territory of the United States during
the year ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the value of
the 14

Imports through the indirect trade of the United States during
the year ending June 30, 1857. Statement of the value of
the 14

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Indian department, and fulfilling treaties with various Indian"»
tribes, during the year ending June 30, 1859. Estimates'
for appropriations for the current and contingent expenses [
of the J

Indian Affairs, of the operations of big office and the condition of
the Indian tribes during the year 1857. Annual report of
the Commissioner of

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Papert and document! accompanying the above report.

1. Report of Marcus H. Johnson, agent for Indians in
New York ......

2. Letter from Philip E. Thomas, respecting the Sen-
eca Indians ... .

3. Report of N. H. Parker, interpreter, as to the con-
dition of the Senecas at Cattaraugus

4. Extracts from a report made to the Society of

Friends respecting the Indians of New York

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MACKINAC AOCiCY.

Report of A. M. Fitch, agent for Indians in Michi-
gan

Report of N. F. Murray, teacher at Sheboygan

Reportof Timothy Hegney, teacher at Grand Portage

Report of Stephen D. Caley, teacher at L'Arise ....

Report of William O'Donovan, teacher at Garden
Island -

Report of John B. Weikump, teacher at Cross Vil-
lage

Report of Frederick Moscowitt, agent for Indians
in the vicinity of Green B:»y

Report of Joseph M. Ostroph, teacher of music to
the Menomonees

Report of Jane Dousman, teacher to the Menomo-
nees

Report of Rosalie Dousman, teacher to the Menom-
onees .. . .

Report of Frederick Hass, farmer to the Menom-
onees

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° Papers from No. 20 to No. 52, inclusive, relate to the massacre at Spirit Li
party of Sioux.

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Indian Affaire,
No. 26.

No. 27.

So. 28.

No. 29.

No. 30.

No. 31.

No. 32.

No. 33.
No. 34.
No. 35.
No. 36.
No. 37.
No. 38.
No. 39.
No. 40.
No. 41.
No. 42.
No. 43.

No. 44.
No. 45.
No. 46.
No. 47.
No. 48.
No. 49.
No. 50.
No. 51.
No. 52.
No. 53.

No. 54.
No. 55.

No. 56.

No. 57.

No. 58.
No. 59.

No. 60.

No. 61.

No. 62.
No. 63.

No. 64.

No. 65.

report Commissioner, papers accompanying—Con —
Letter from Superintendent Huebschmann to Col.

Alexander, United States army .

Telegraphic despatch from Agent Klandrau

Letter from Commissioner of Indian Affairs to Su-
perintendent Cullen

Telegraphic despatch from Superintendent Cullen

to Commissioner of Indian Affaire

Telegraphic despatch from Commissioner of Indian

Affairs to Superintendent Cullen

Telegraphic despatch Irom Commissioner of Indian

Affairs to Agent Flandrau

Letter from Commissioner of Indian Affairs to K.

l'ritchettc. appointing him special agent

Report of Superintendent Cullen

Letter from Special Agent l'ritchettc

Letter from Special Agent Pritchette

Letter from Special Agent Pritchette

Letter from Special Agent Pritchette

Report of A. J. Campbell, interpreter

Narrative given by individual Indians

Minutes of examination of Ta-te-yoh-bc .

Statement of See-see-toan and Wahpay-toan, warriors
Telegraphic despatch from Superintendent Cullen ..
Telegraphic despatch in reply to Superintendent

Cullen ..... .

Report of Special Agent Pritchette

Telegraphic despatch to Special Agent Pritchette

Telegraphic dest>atch to Superintendent Cullen

Report of Special Agent Pritchette

Report of Superintendent Cullen

Report of Special Agent Pritchette

Proceedings of the first council held with the Sioux.
Proceedings of second council held with the Sioux.
Proceedings of the third council held with the Sioux.
Report of Jonathan K. Fletcher, agent for the Wiu-

nebagoes .... .

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CENTRAL SLPEBINTESDENCY.

Report of Alfred Cumming, superintendent

Report of Alfred J. Vaugban, agent for Blackfeet

Indians

Report of A. H. Redfield, agent for Indians of Up-
per M issou ri

Statement of Malcolm Clarke relative to conduct

of a party of Asainaboines

Speech of " Long Hair," chief of the Gros Ventres
Report of Thomas S. Twiss, agent for Indians of

the Upper Platte

Report of Robert C. Miller, agent for Indians on

the Arkansas .. . . .

Letter from Colonel Sumner, United States army,

to Agent Miller

Report of John B. Robertson, agent for the Omahas.
Report of Charles Sturgiss, superintendent of Omaha

school .. .

Report of William W. Dennison, agent to the Ottoes

and Missourias and Pawnees ....

Report of D. A. Murdock, superintendent of the

Ottoe and Missouria school

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SOUTHERN SDPEBINTENDENCT.

Report of Elias Rector, superintendent

Report of Andrew I. Dorn, agent for the Osages,
Quapaws, Senecas and Shawnees, and Seuecas...

Report of John Shoe nmakers, superintendent Osage
manual labor school

Report of J. L. French, farmer for the Quapaws

Report of George Butler, ngent for the Cherokees..

Report of D. D. Hitchcock, marshal of Cherokee
temperance society....

Report of S. A. Worcester, missionary to the Chero-
kees

Report of W. A. Duncan, superintendent of Chero-
kee public schools .

Message of John Ross, principal chief of the Chero-
kees, to the national council

Re]x>rt of William H Garrett, agent for the Creeks

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Report of Josiuh W. Waehboume, agent for the

Seminolos

Report of John Lilley, superintendent of the Semi-

nole mission

Report of Douglnss H. Cooper, agent for the Choc-

taws and Chickasaw8

. Report of Cyrus Byington, missionary to the Choc-

taws at Stockbridge

Report of 0. P. Stark, missionary to the ChoctawB

at Good Land station

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Indian Affaire, report Commissioner, papers accompauy'g—Con.—

No. 97. Report of C. C. Copeland, missionary to the Choc-
taws at Bennington station

No. 98. William and Lewis Cass and Simon Hancock, native
Baptist preachers

No. 99. Report of J. D. Chamberlain, superintendent of
Iyanubi female seminary

No. 100. Report of H. Balentine, superintendent of Koonsha

female academy j 2

No. 101. Report of C. Kingsbury, superintendent of the
Chuahla female seminary

No. 102. Report of T. W. Mitchell, superintendent of Port
Coffee and New Hope academies

No. 103. Report of Ebenezer Hotchkin, missionary and prin-
cipal of the Living Land school

No. 101. Beportof John Edwards, superintendent of Whee-
lock female seminary

No. 105. Report of Gaylord L. More, superintendent of
Spencer academy

No. 106. Report of W. R. Baker, superintendent of the
Armstrong academy

No. 107. Report of J. H. C'arr, superintendent of Bloomfield
Chickasaw academy ..

No. 108. Report of J. C. Robinson, superintendent of Chick-
asaw manual lalior academy -

No. 109. Report of t. M. Payne, teacher in Chickasaw
manual labor school

No. HO. Report of E. Cunch, superintendent of the Colbert

institute .....

No. 111. Report of A. H. McKissick, agent for the Wichitas
and other wild tribes

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the Apache agency

124. Letter of Superintendent Collins, transmitting

copies of letters from Agent Steck and Colonel

R. C. Bonneville, United States army -.1 2 530

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