round in the Circles with the men,
& Boys, who look very stedfastly
to the ground, but are silent.
at certain intervals, of their
dances, some of the fore rank of
men made speeches to the com-
pany, by way of Preaching,
especially one who was particu-
larly called their Minister.
about sundown they concluded
and all partook of their Cookery.
The next day went on much
as yesterday tho, to a greater
strain of vanity & Idolitry and burnt the dog to ashes.
In the evening of the same
I informed the old Chief, Cornplan-
ter, I was desirous of speaking