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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Account of Rachel Coope (Journal B)

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two days and nights in the Wilder-
ness, since we left the last house. Altho
the Journey has been trying, yet I felt
something so animating, and reviving
encouraging to revive, that my
Heart was filled with a precious sweet-
ness which was a full consolation
for our most trying seasons, Oh
may I abide in the patience with
my Eye single to him who know-
eth what is best for us. -- After
dinner, Benjamin

and William
went 3 miles to Francis Kings
to see after a Canoe to take us
down to Tunesassah,, where they staid
all night, and we continued with Mary
, her Husband not at home.
12 miles

3 rd 2nd day of the Week,

a Cloudy Morn-
ing, about 10 my Husband

Wm returned, Francis King coming
with them, bringing Horses for Cousin
and myself to Ride on, We went to
F Kings to dinner, and it looking
likely for Rain, they wished us to stay