Mr. Thompson, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, made the following report The Committee on Indian Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of Bent, St. Vrain & Co., for compensation for depredations committed by the Pawnee tribe of Indians, beg leave to report ... by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs

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Clay made the following report: The Committee on Foreign Relations, to whom was referred the message of the President of the 14th June,transmitting a report of the Secretary of State, in regard to depredations committed upon the persons and property of Messrs.

Chouteau and Demun, under the authority of the government of New Mexico. By Mr. THOMPSON, from the Committee on Government Affairs, with amendments and an amendment to the title: S.

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Senator Little made a motion to consider four resolutions.INDIAN AFFAIRS. Mr. Bell, fromthe committee on In 4';an Affairs,to which was referred that part of Ihe President's Message which relates to the Indian Affairs, and sun dry resolutions and memorials upon the same subject, made a report j thereon, accompanied by a bill, to.

provide for the removal of the Indian Tribes within any of the States and.There has been too much talking by men who had no right to talk. Too many misrepresentations have been made, too many misunderstandings have come up between the white men about the Indians. If the white man wants to live in peace with the Indian he can live in peace.

There need be no trouble. Treat all men alike. Give them all the same law.

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