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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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our Distress, very compli-
santly offered us Entertain-
ment, which we gratefully
accepted; and found him
to be a Man of Intelligence,
and some Consequence, andliving
in considerable State, for this
part of the Country.


Staid Breakfast this
Morning at our Lodgings,
and while it was preparing,
took a walk with our Land-
lord to view the following curious Phaeno-
menon, on his Farm, from
60 to 100 Perches from his