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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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herself some satisfaction from
his Company and Conversation;
and that she had now asked him
a civil Question; and that he
had answered her three Several
Times in a Language that she
did not understand; and as she
knew he could speak English, she
could not account for such treat-
ment: To which Brant

plied, with an Interrogation if
she did not understand what
he said to her; To which she
again answered, No; I do not
understand your Indian Lan-
guages: - To which Very well
Madam, replied Brant, then
you are not the person you