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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Account of Rachel Coope (Journal B)

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forgives us when we do wrong, if we
are sorry for it. I do not know but it
had some good effect, for about two days
after, they called a Council, sent for Corn

, made up all the uneasiness, &
restored him to his former post, with
the same powers. He has since been
here, and said when any thing happened
to them in future, they had better try to
make it up among themselves, and
not go tell it abroad over the
Country for that made it worse, he
also told us of some other advice he gave
them, which I thought was very suitable.
And he further said that Old friends
down the Country might be informed
that the difference was all done away,
and that there was nothing between
us, meaning the Quakers, and them.

It was very agreeable information to
us, to hear that Cornplanter

was restor
ed, for his Judgment in matters of im
portance was of consequence. He wanted
to see some of our linnen, or Manufac
turing, and said if two or more of their
Women could get in the way of making
they could learn the others.