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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Account of a Visit

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Some Account of a Visit pa
to the Friends at Tunesassa & the
Indians liveing on Allegany & Cata-
raugus Rivers, agreably to an appoint-
ment of the Committee on Indian
Affairs in the 8th Month 1806--

I left home on Seconday the first of the
ninth month, & pursuant to agreement
met with John Philips

, & Isaac Bonsal
who were to be my Companions on the inten-
ded embassy, & Nicholas Waln Jr also pro-
pos'd accompanying us for the benefit of
his health. -- On the 2nd we set out
from Isaac Bonsals and traveling by way of
Maidencreek, Catawessy, Muncy, Williams-
and Morris's Settlement on pine Creek
we reached Francis Kings on the Oswega
in the afternoon of the 10th all in good
health, having had pleasant weather for
traveling the night previous
lay on our Blankets