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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Account of Rachel Coope (Journal B)

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frailty, excepted aided and supported
by an Almighty Power, than I had
heretofore known. ½ past 8 pro-
ceeded, passed through a small Village,
crossed Munsy Creek, a large stream,
and got to William Ellis

’s ½ past 12,
10 miles. They were gone to meeting
and it seemed pleasant to be among
fnd s again, having scarcely had the
sight of one since we left Lancaster.
this Afternoon I wrote home, and
in the evening the family were col-
lected, and William Ellis Junior read
several Chapters in the Testament,
wherein a Comfortable time of silence
was witnessed to prevail. 18 miles

27 th 2nd day,

this morning washed some Clothes
3 OClock PM set out on our Journey, had
a good Road tho mostly through the Woods,
Crossed Loyalsock a large Water, got
to William's port

, the Capital of Lycoming County
put up at James Winters, where we were
Comfortably accommodated, we had the
Company of William Ellis, who was there
on business 12 miles