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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Address to the Six Nations

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are brought into Suffering and Distress, and would do them all the Good in our
Power--and we hope the Great and Good Spirit will put it into the Hearts
of the Great Men of the United States, and your Great Men, to adjust
and Compromise all their differences.

We hope you will receive our Friends and Brothers, David

, John Parrish, William Savery, and James Emlen kindly. We have
put under their Care a small token of Love, for you, as the Descendants of the
first Inhabitants of this Land of North America, whom our fore fathers found
here, after they had crossed the great Water.

And desiring the Chain of Friend-
ship may be kept bright We bid you Farewell.
Signed at our Meeting at Philadelphia the Day and Year
first abovementioned.