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Beyond Penn's Treaty

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

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in a few days to leave them and
return to our families and friends
and since the concluding of the con-
cil, we see nothing but that
we might set off in a day or two,
if our goods were come, we have
not heard any thing of them
since we left Pittsburg, but
hope they will shortly arrive,
as tomorrow closes the 18th day
being the time stipulated for their
delivery. Our situation is
different from what it was when we
were here altogether, we then had
a room much to ourselves, and
cooked our own victuals; we now
board with Cornplanters, who
uses us kind, and as well as
his house will afford. We have
had tea made of roots of sassafras,