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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons letterbooks, Vol. 2 1798

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hourly expected at this place; and if any of
them should go, they will not be willing to take
charge of a Cow for us, unless they have some
in company for themselves.

We have got 100 Dollars changed
in to 30 of silver and 70 of small notes,
which we shall send you by Cornplanter; and
hope they will answer your purpose.

We have make enquiry respecting the
transportation of letters from Oneida to
your place, and the contrary; and Wilm
at this place, will undertake to
forward your letters from hear to Conon-
, from where they will go by post to
Oneida; and theirs to you he can readily
forward by the Indians; that you had