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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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and that Neighbour-
hood in order to purchase Ox
en, and some other Necessaries,
for our new Settlement, and
to attend to getting some of
our Goods up; so that we have
a Hope to see our Friends
settled in their new Habi-
tation by secondthird Day next,
and that we shall be able
to satisfactorily leave them
in a couple of Days after.

We have been kindly received
by the Indians in general, and
have received many marks
of unfeigned Regard and Af-
fection amongst them; and
have had the Satisfaction to