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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Henry Simmons letterbooks, Vol. 2 1798

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assistance as soon as practicable; all
which we submit to you.

If Friends conclude to assist them
we have thought, whether or no, such ar-
ticles as they request, could not be pro-
cur’d in upper Canada much cheaper
than taken from Pennsylvania.

Cornplanter, and a number of
his People are lately gone to Pittsburgh
by whom we wrote to you; and enjoy-
ing a usual state of Health, have nothing
to add. but remain your affection-
ate Friends.
H. Simmons
J. Swayne
H. Jackson

Dear Friends
Feeling our minds solici-
tous on your accounts; which solici-