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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Journal of a Journey

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that he should soon be an old man leaning on his
staff and could no more go out to hunt, and if they
followed our advice he would then never want fresh
meat--he could have it at the door and not have to
go to the woods for it. Then the chiefs and divers of
the young men took us by the hand and with great
marks of affection concluded the council.

[To be Continued.]