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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Visit to Oneida and Other Tribes of Indians

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not to suffer Discouragements
too much to take place in your
Minds on that Account; but
endeavour to get them to divide
off particular portions of Land
to particular persons, in some
convenient places, and bestow
the more of your Time in in-
structing and helping such;
and where any who have un-
dertaken with you, on your
Farm, shall be discouraged from
the Length of Time, which, agree-
able to our plan, they must
wait for their wages, we are
willing you should advance some
necessary Goods &c. to such, (which
we desire you to purchase for