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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Minutes of the Committee on Indian Concern No 1

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containing about two hundred acres with some
improvement was offered for sale, adjourning the

settlement, which they judged it would be
proper for friends to purchase in order to place on
it a suitable person to attend to the instruction of
the Indians; the Clerk is directed to write to Joseph
to obtain the necessary description of the
land, and information at what price it can likely
be had for cash, as may enable the Committee
to decide on the subject

Adjournment to 6'o'clock in the evening preceeding
the Meeting for Sufferings in 4th month.

At a Special Meeting of the Committee on
the Indian Concern, held 3 of 1 mo 1812

Present 10 Members

A representation was made to the Committee