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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons journals, Vol. 2 1799

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while, they believed I was a good Man,
and had always been willing to
do that that was right amongst
them, but as I was not about to
leave them they felt thankful, that
I & my Companions had bee so fa-
vour’d with good health, ever since
we came amongst them, and
Desir’d that the great Spirit might
conduct me safe home, to see my
relations & Friends there, and that
I must write back, to let them
know how I get along & c.

They then took me by the hand
and we parted like Brothers.

about the conclusion, one of
my companions (viz) Halliday
came down, & tarried with me un-
til the morrow.