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Beyond Penn's Treaty

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

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shewn our dislike to bread dipped
in oil; however with a good appetite
it went down very well; but before
we had fully done, a little butter
was set before us that they had
obtained somewhere in the village.
We now got half a l of flour of Corn-
for which he made no
change, and four quarts bears oil
of his wife, which she claiming as
her property, charged us half a
dollar per quart, these our young
men took up this evening with them
to Genesinguhta, together with
what cholate we had, leaving
John Pierce and myself here, to
wait the arrival of our goods.


In the council yesterday we in-
formed the indians that John Pierce
and myself expected to be at liberty