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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons letterbooks, Vol. 2 1798

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of one of the Indians, who was desire-
ous of parting with her, in hopes that
She will give supply us with Milch
next Summer.

We expect shortly to commence
a School at Connishcotago, as the
Children are Generally at that place.

We are at present in a reason-
able state of Health, and remain
your Loving Friends.
H. Simmons
J. Swayne
P.S. Halliday Jacksons name being
absent, on account of his being on
a Journey to Caterawgus with a
young Man who has met with
an accident which disabled him
from walking, Halliday not retu-
rning as soon as we expected, and