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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons journals, Vol. 2 1799

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amongst you, with which we are
much pleased, and should be glad
you could entirely keep it away,
for to get it, you give your mo-
ney which you should have to
buy Clothes with, and to buy
Oxen and Ploughs with, to Work
your Land; and it does not
do you any good.

After the afore-
said was delivered, Our friend
Isaac Coats, offered some perti-
nent & judicious Council, to them
verbally. But before they
could make reply to us, on what
had been communicated to them,
they wished to know, whether I