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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Account of Rachel Coope (Journal A)

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home so far, together with housewo
and sewing for the young Men, indeed
was time for them to have some females
among them, their Situation was trying
let those who are favored with all
convenienceies, and necessaries of Life
calmly reflect on the many advantages
they enjoy, and the Obligations they are
under to their gracious benefactors. I
Salute you all in near affection, hoping
to hear from you before long, and I wish
to be affectionately remembred to all en
quiring fnds. & relations, not forgetting
GrandMother, in which my husband
and Cousin joins. I mentioned it was
thought letters would come this summer
on the state Road, but that communicat
will be entirely Stoped in the Winter
Season, Jesse

or Abner Barker at Pitts-
will take care to forward letters
to us. I hope thou wilt not expose my
notes, tho have no Objection to some
of my near relations seeing them, if
I get time, I propose makeing out a
short draught for Brother Ezra, as
I intend writing to him. I had intended