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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Journal or Visit to Upper Canada and Parts Adjacent

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upon Conferrence we thought we should
feel most easy to see friends in most of the
meetings on this side the Mountains, ex
-cept Oliver Paseton, who felt his mind
bound to get home to their Quarterly
Meeting, and James Langstaff, was free
to go with him for Company, we parted
with great nearness & heart felt Affecti-
-on, having traveled in much Brotherly
love, united in the same cause, Brethren
in Jeopardy, and Perils, both in the
Wilderness and among great Waters, &
now having got thus far safly through
and among our friends, our hearts
were enabled to bless the Lord for his
manifold favours, and under a Sense
thereof to bid each other farewell.

5th day the 23 a rainy wet day

at William Ellises, where we arrived
this Morning 3 miles

5th day the 23

a rainy, wet day, attend-
-ed Munsy Meeting, dined at William
Ellises
2 miles, went to Fishing