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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Minutes of the Committee on Indian Concern No 1

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will yield a rich harvest and amply compensate you
for the labour and expence bestowed on them. They will
thereby be rendered more comfortable to themselves and their
families and useful in the increasing intercourse you
will unavoidably have with the white people by
whom you are surrounded-

Brothers! We often think of you your wives and
little ones with love and good wishes, and at this time
conclude with desires that the good and Almighty
Father of all Nations on the Earth may by your God
and as we have already said that you may constantly
attend to the teachings of his pure Spirit in your hearts.

And are unitedly your aff. friends
Brothers &Sisters
On behalf of the Committee
on the Indian Concern
New York5th Mo. 25th. 1807

The Clerk is directed to transcribe the foregoing, and Th P Franklin

Gideon Seaman, John Murray Jun, Isaac Thorn Jun; James Mott,
Anna Willis, Lydia Mott, Anne Merritt, and Esther Griffin
are appointed to sign it on our behalf