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Beyond Penn's Treaty

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

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“Sir, This will be handed to you
“by Mr Pierce, of the society of
“friends in Philadelphia
, who,
“with several associates are on a visit
“to the Seneca Nation, with views
“to make some establisments which
“may prove useful to those people,
“and interresting to the rights of hu-
“manity. you will be pleased to fur-
“nish Mr Pierce, a guide, provisons,
“and any accommodations he may
“need charging the accruing expence
“to their proper heads. with respect
“and esteeme, I am
“Sir, your obedi Servt,
James Wilkinson.
Captain Fowler agent
“of the qr. Ma General
Fort Franklin.

“To Cornplanter, and the Village
“Chiefs of the Seneca Nation.
“Friends and Brothers