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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Account of Rachel Coope (Journal A)

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the Worlds applause, knowing
that it is not human literature, or
the acquirements of Man, we are
to be enriched with, but with the
blessings of the Poor in Spirit. I frequent-
ly look towards my native home, with
longing desires to hear from you, not
having heard a Word from Chester County
Since we left there. My dear B.

has not
been very well since we came here, tho
mostly keeps about, Jacob Taylor often
charges him to take care of himself
until he becomes accustomed to the
Climate and Water, Cousin and my-
self have been bravely. -- The young
Men had moved into their new House
about two weeks before we came, which
when finished will be a very comfortable
one, and a pleasant situation, those
lately cleared, that it looks fough about
here yet, and the Garden &c will not be
very productive this season, They have
two Men hired, one a Carpenter finish-
ing the Mill, the other diging or mond
are kept very busy at