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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons letterbooks, Vol. 2 1798

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cribable reward of peace in your
own minds, and that during the try-
ing seperation you experience from
the Bosom of Sosiety, you may be
favored to feel the support of the
everlasting arms.

I am affectionately your
friend, Thomas Wistar

Rich. Walas
Mills Monmouth New Jersey To the Indian Committee

The Cornplanter, and
several of his people, have lately been
at Canondarque, to receive their
money, which is now due, and having
been there once before on the same
occasion, got disapointed in geting