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Articles of a Treaty made at Fort Harmer, between Arthur St. Clair Governor
of the Territory of the United States, North West of the River Ohio, and
Commissioner Plenipotentiary of the United States of America for removing
all causes of Controversy: Regulating Trade, and Setting Boundaries with
the Indian Nations in the Northern Deparment, of the one part; and the
Sachems & Warriors of the Wyandot, Delaware, Ottawa, Chippewa-
Pottawatima and Sac Nations on the other part.-
Article 1st. Whereas the United States in Congress assembled, did by
their Commissioners, George Rogers Clarke, Richard Butler, and Arthur Lee
Esquires, duly appointed for that purpose; At a Treaty holden with the
Wyandot, Delaware, Ottowa & Chippewa Nations at fort Mc.Intosh on
the twenty first day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand
Seven hundred and Eighty five; Conclude a peace with the Wyandots
Delawares, Ottowas & Chippewas, And take them into their friendship
and protection, and whereas at the said Treaty it was stipulated
that all prisoners that had been made by those Nations, or either
of them, should be delivered up to the United States, and whereas
the said Nations have now agreed to, and with the aforesaid-
Arthur St. Clair to renew and confirm all the engagments They had
made with the United States of America, at the before mentioned
Treaty except so far as are altered by these presents, and there
are now in the possession of some Individuals of these Nations,
certain prisoners, who have been taken by others not in peace with
the Said United States, or in violation of the Treaties subsisting
Between the United States and them. The said Nations agree to
deliver up all the prisoners now in their hands (by what means
soever they may have come into their possession) to the said

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