an extensive Country of Land, was
then about surveying it & c.
5th day 10th Stayed at the aforesaid
place, waiting to get a fresh horse, as
the former one proved Lance. I wrote
back to my Companions at Gene-
singuhta, Number of friends having
passed thro’ this place about two days
before I arrived there, who were on their
way homewards, from Caneda.
6th day 11th Not yet furnished
with a horse.
7th day 12th Large white frost, the
first I had seen in the season, obtain-
ed a horse this morning, and set out
in company with Cornplanter &
a young man, out of Canada, who
was bound for Boston. We travil