handful a piece, and fetch it out to us, for
my horses are not able to come after it
This is all I have to say at present.TARHIE.
To my Brothers, the Quakers.
About the time of the reception of this letter,
some Friends, who resided nearest to their hunt-
ing camp, furnished them with a small supply
of provisions, which occasioned a second letter
Brother Quakers, I have a few more words
to say to you.
Brothers, I want that you should all know
what distress I am in.
Brothers, I want you to know I have got
help from some of my near neighbors.
Brothers, I would be glad to know what you
will do for me, if it is but a little.
Brothers, if you cannot come soon, it will
do bye and bye, for my belly is now full.
Brothers, I hope you have not forgot our
great fathers; when they first met, it was in
friendship; we are of the same race.
My Brothers, Quakers, I hope our friendship
will last as long as the world stands. All I have
to say to you now is, that I shall stay here until
two more moons are gone.
Addressed to my Brothers, the Quakers.
A considerable quantity of provisions were
furnished by the Friends to these Indians, for