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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Minutes of the Committee on Indian Concern No 1

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1 mo 21 1813 he sold 2 yoke of Oxen for 105 Dolls.
payable in one year, and that there also remained
due from Earl Halloway

25 Dolls a balance due
for oxen sold him, making in the whole 125 Dolls.
he however remarks that he will have to make some
abatement to the persons to whom he sold the Oxen
as one of them was sickly & afterwards died

5 mo 14 1814 (signed) Thomas Eddy
Joseph Byrd

The Committee to prepare a report to the
Yearly Meeting, produced an Essay which with
some alteration was approved directed to be signed
by the Clerk & laid before the Yearly Meeting It
is as follows

To the Yearly Meeting

The Committee appointed on the concern for
the civilization & welfare of the Indians having
given attention to the subject report that the
different Tribes under our care have been visited