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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Geneninguhta [Correspondence]

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the benefit of the Indians we are of the
Judgment it would be proper to give them
a little assistance as soon as practicable, all
which we submit to you—If Friends
conclude to send them any assistance we
have thought whether or no such articles as
they request could not be procur'd in
upper Canada

at a much cheaper rate than
taken from Pennsylvania
Corn Planter and a number of his
People are lately gone to Pittsburgh
by whom we wrote to you, and en-
joying usual health have nothing to
add but

remain your affectionate
Friends — H.S. J.S. & H.J.