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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Journey to Detroit

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River. - Col England

having a desire
to see the Commissioners took a passage
with us, together with Lieut. Henn, and
Ensign O 'Brien. - We had a pleasant
Sail down the River, and in our way
spoke the Schooner Nancy from Fort Erie.
-at 2 oClock P.M. anchor'd opposite the
House of M. Elliott, where the Commissioners
have taken up their quarters-
We met
with a kind reception, and were truly
glad to find our very respectable fellow
Travellers in good health and spirits. --

- Captain Bunbury

of the 5th. Regimt.
and Lieutn. Givens of the Queens Rangers
are appointed by Govn. Simcoe to bear
the Commissioners company to the
Treaty. - in the evening we
pitch'd our Tents on a very pleasant
Green on the River side, near the
House where the Commissnrs. reside. - Our
little encampment now consists of
Twelve Tents.