e negotiation, and the nation ratified their treaty by a unanimous vote in Council, every town being represented.
Their regiment will be ready in a few days, and probably half a dozen companies more.
About sixty of the Reserve Camanche, (Pondah Ross.) Wichita, Kichals, etc. have had a talk with the Commissioner.
He expects to effect a treaty with the wild Camanches, who are coming into Wichita Agency to meet him for that purpose, (as also the Klowas,) and to settle them all upon reservesa passion cross, for the four nations — the Choctaws, Chickasaws, Creeks and Seminoles — in token that these Christian tribes of red men are encircled by our protection, and are with as and of us, When, if ever, we deem it fit to treat with the Cherokees, a fifth red star will form the centre of the cross, The commissioner will not again seek to treat with Mr. Ross, not with the Cherokees, while at Pennsylvania out the Government with soldiers or last and friends of the South the Cherokee