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Beyond Penn's Treaty

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

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much pleas’d to see us, we then
attended the meeting, held at
Asa schooly’s, which was in a
good degree a solid quiet oppor-
tunity, tho’ tedious in gathering
somewhere between 30 & 40 per-
sons were collected, divers of
whom were hopeful young
women. we din’d at Asa
Schooly’s & in the afternoon went
to Joseph Haverns, & then to Adam
, where among a hopeful
number of young people we had
a refreshing time; & parted with
this family in near affection, then
went to Joseph Marshes, who has a
sweet spirited wife, & a number of
hopeful children; where we lodg’d
3 miles.


Set off early this morning to see