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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Account of a visit paid to the Indians in New York State

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to forward our goods to Cornplanter’s
; he kindly invited us to come
and take dinner with him, which
kindness we acknowledged, but excused
ourselves, in account of our buisness.
All hands were now employed in pro-
curing the necessary articles to be sent into
the Indian country, Isaac Craig the
deputy quarter master, was very assis
tant, he provided a boat, sent a wag-
gon to take our goods from the public
store which was in the fort, and went
with us there; he also sent the waggon
to convey those we had procured indif
ferent parts of the town; we got all
our goods to the nharf, weighed and
put on board before evening. The
whole of those sent from Philadel
, with whose procured in this
town, weighed about 4700 lb for