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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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thoughtful; but, as I conceived,
shewed some Uneasiness with
our Silence: A few Words were
Spoken, informing that none
of our Number were public
Ministers, and pointing out
the necessity of inward and
Spiritual Worship.

In the Evening of this Day
had a Conference with several
several of the Chiefs and Coun-
selors of the Stockbridge nation

at the House of our Host Cap.
; in which he made
us a speech, expressive of their
Gladness to See us; and that we
were heartily welcome to their
Town; then proceeded to inform