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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Account of a Visit

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to the Great Spirit for preserveing
you on your Long Journey, so that you
have arived here in safety and no accident
has befallen you on the way" -- and after
some further remarks relative to our
Comeing said they were now ready
to hear us speak --

Our Speech was then read, and
Interpreted by Henry York

being as
follows ---

To the Chiefs and others of the
Seneca Nation of Indians at Catarau-

As We have been seeing
your Brethren at Allegany

we felt
such strong desires for your welfare as
to induce us to come this way and take
you by the hand, that we might talk
with you, and know what progress
you are makeing in farming and
other good works ----

We feel happy in once more