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Beyond Penn's Treaty

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directed him to go and that he would go if he
had to go through a lake of fire Mr. Williams

had always told the Nation that they ware not
worthy to speak to the bishop but we have pres-
umed to address him as a friend and father

We would come to a close by stating that
the Chiefs of both parties are assembled and unite in
this request to you for aid in this time of Trial
We hope you will give us a gracious hearing and
relieve your Obedient Children from this burthen of
Grief of which we complain.

Antony his X mark Obsequate Thomas X Swamp John X Cornelius Hendrick X Smith John X Thompson Moses X Schuyler Moses X Obsequate Thomas X Summer William X Schuyler Martin Dinney Peter his X mark Summer Capt. his X mark Peter Jacob X Otot sait Antony X Ta wa qua cah lock qua Abram X Wat sa tate William X Cornelius Hendrick X Schuyler Nicholas X Cah vat coon ter Jacob X Antony Matinus X White Adam X Scanadoah Jacob X Doxtader Thomas X Webster Signed in the presence
of Robert Powell Oneida Castle
Nov. 12th 1821