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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Minutes of the Committee on Indian Concern No 1

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At a Meeting of the Committee on the Indian Concern
held in New York the 25 of 5 mo 1812

The Members generally were present & we had
the acceptable company of several friends from the
neighbouring Yearly Meetings

The Committee to call on the Treasurer for
the amount due on Absalom Hatfield's

account not being
prepared to report were continued

The Committee to attend to the Gore of land in
the Oneida South Settlement

reported that the
Indians had prepared to Memorial to the Governor
on the subject, and a Map thereof having been made
to be communicated with it, they were desired to have
it forwarded to the Governor & give such attention
as may be needful to obtain its object

The Committee to furnish the Onondaga

Tribe with Oxen, farming utensils & produced
an account thereof amounting to $188 3/100 which
the Treasurer is desired to pay