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Beyond Penn's Treaty

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Onondaga castle Sept 10 1817 Dear Friend

With pleasure I inform
the that the Onondagoes

are are Pleasd
with the scheeme of giting into Civili-
zed habits they have don well so far
I hope the will not only have the
countenance and aid of the soceity
of friends in the manefacture
of cloth but also in agraculture
it seem are omen for good that
in different pleaces and of different
demonination unite in their bene-
volent exertion to halp the poorrest
people I sent this by a senaca Chief
I should concider at letter
from you a favor

Mary Dockstater

yarn now on hand
To make of Cotton & Linen 55.7its of wollen cloth 18. do Beside felling about 21 runs--and
of Linen 20--runs
The above cloth & yarn were spun in
my school during the last year.

Mary Dockstater New Stockbridge. 1st Mo 1st 1816