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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Journey to Detroit

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Being First Day, a Meeting was
held at 10 oClock in the Sail Loft and
another at the same place at 5 in the
afternoon, both satisfactory.

About Noon arrived Lieut. Givens

Gibbons of
the Queens Rangers, who brought the agree
able intelligence that the Dunmore, with
the Commissioners on Board had arrived at
the mouth of the River. - About 5 oClock,
(having Landed the Commissioners) the
Dunmore came up to the wharf, - in
the evening had a Visit from Lt. Givens Gibbons,
by him we are informed that the Com-
missioners are come forward with a
full expectation of a Treaty, very speedily,
being held. - He says the Deputation from
the Indians, who had a conference with
the Commissioners in the presence of Govnr.
, to all appearance, return'd well
satisfied, and that in his opinion there
is a great probability of an accomodation matters being
accomodated. - That the main business
of the Indian Deputies was to enquire, in