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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Account of Rachel Coope (Journal A)

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been here and he said he told them when
any thing happened among them
in future they had better try to
make it up among themselvs, and
not go and tell it abroad over
the country for that made it worse
he also told us some more advise he
gave them, which I thought very just
in regard to such trifals and said
the old friends down the country
might be inform'd that the differ
ence was all done away and there
was nothing between us the quakers and them.

It was very agreeable news to hear

was restored, for his
judgment in matters, was of some
consequence, he wanted to see see some
of our linen or manufacturing,
and said he tho if one or two of
their women could get in the way
they could learn the other