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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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to Individuals, and their Offsp
Offspring, the Fruits of their
Industry: for whilst Improve-
ments remain in the present
precarious State, the reflecting
Mind must inevitably feel
a Strong blunt to the Stimulus
of Action.


This Morning our Indian
Host, came in and told us his
Horse was dead, he had been
ailing about three weeks; and
that this was the eleventh Horse
which he had lost within five
years: this Accorded with an
Account we had before received
of the Mortality of Horses in
this Country.

About eight o’clock clock Cap. Hendricks