The Laws of Texas, 1822-1897 Volume 2 Page: 1,193
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by the bad men among any of the tribes, that they will punish those
who do so, and restore the property taken, to some one of the agents..
Art. 6. They further agree and declare, that the Indians will not
trade with any other people than the people of Texas, so. long as
they can get such goods as they need at the trading-houses.
Art. 7. They further agree and declare, that the Government of
Texas shall establish trading-hoLses for the convenience and benefit
of the Indians, and such articles shall be kept for the Indian trade
as they may need for their support and comfort.
Art. S. They further agree and declare, that when peace is fully
established between the white and the red people, and no more war
or trouble exists, the Indians shall be supplied with powder, lead,
guns, spears and other arms, to enable them to kill game and live in
Art. 9. They further agree and declare, that they will not permit
traders to go among them, unless they are sent by the Government
of Texas, or its officers.
Art. 10. They further agree and declare, that the Indians will
not sell any property to the whites, except such as are authorized to
trade with them by the Government of Texas.
Art. 11. They further agree and declare, that the President shall
appoint good men to trade with the Indians at the trading-houses,
so that they may not be cheated; and, also, that he shall appoint
good men as agents, who will speak truth to. the Indians, and bear
their talks to him.
Art. 12. They further agree and declare, that if the tradinghouses
should be established below the line, to be run and marked,
the Indians shall be permitted to cross the line, for the purpose of
coming to trade.
Art. 13. They further agree and declare, that no whiskey or
other intoxicating liquor, shall be sold to the Indians, or furnished
to them upon any pretext, either within their own limits, or in any
other place whatsoever.
Art. 14. They further agree and declare, that the Government
of Texas shall make such presents to the Indians, as the President,
from time to time, shall deem proper.
Art. 15. They further agree and declare, that the President
may send among the Indians, such blacksmith and
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1822-1897 Volume 2, book, 1898; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6726/m1/1197/: accessed October 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .