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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Notes Kept of a Journey

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in going out, and a valuable female friend
who was a fellow labourer in the work - going
to reside with them. and they had but 3 horses
On the 3rd day about noon they arrived at John

in Kings settlement.-- She says, John’s
wife seeing us, (tho' we were strangers to each
other) yet she came running to meet us with her
cheeks bedew'd with tears. - The joy was mu-
-tual. -- How consolating the sight of a friend
after so fatigueing a journey; having been
more than two days and nights in the wil-
derness, since we left the last house. -- Altho
the journey has been trying yet I felt some-
thing so animating and encouraging to
revive, and my heart was fill’d with so
precious a sweetness, that it was a full com-
pensation for our most trying seasons.
Ah may I abide in the patience, with
my eye single to Him, who knows what
is best for us. -- On the eighteenth day
after leaving home they arived safe and
in good health at Tunesassah, the place
of their destination. ---- The next day