Summary of Content: Contemporary copy likely written by a staff member of a speech regarding removal that Benton delivered to the Senate. Argues that tribal chiefs should be given ”gratuities” to convince them to sign treateis and clarifies troubles in negotiations resulting from confusion over the border between Georgia and Alabama. Manuscript is pasted into a book that also contains a typed transcription of the speech. Book is 29 x 22 cm. Document states that the document is ”The original autograph manuscript,” however this is unlikely, both because the manuscript is written in the third person, and because the handwriting does not seem to be Benton’s.