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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons journals, Vol. 2 1799

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him along if he was willing to go
as he pitied him seeing he had
suffered very much; He did not give
him any answer, whether he would go
with him or not, but in the morning
when he awoke he said he would go
and put on his best Clothes, then
wished to see his Brother, and was
affraid he should not get to see him
before he would be gone, as he was
some distance off, a messenger
went immediately to inform his brother
thereof, who when he came, attended
pretty steadily with him through the
course of the day, and about evening
he fainted away, which held him
but for a short space of time, after