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RobertMyers at Feb 12, 2023 02:50 PM

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& some rocky, but all rich & productive
& the Country highly cultivated. Crossed
the Canastoga Creek, (which would be
deemed a considerable river in England)
2 miles before entered Lancaster town_

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NB Lancaster is the largest
inland town in America, chiefly settled
by Germans, the most industrious _
frugal people in America; has a
noble brick Court house & Goal, Lutherans
& German, Episcopal, presbeterian
Moravian & Roman Cath.c Churches
& Quakers meeting, 1600 houses, framed
& brick, 9000 Inhabitants.

Sep' 1 - - - - Went to Sam Wrights ferry
(where denied) on the Susquehannah, said by the Inhabitants
to be the richest in America, tho think
much better the otherside Allegany Mount'
& near fort Stanwick. easy hills, wa

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