W[illia]m Johnson DS to Sachems and Chiefs of the Stockbridge Indians, July 25, 1763; Johnson Hall, [New York]

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"Sir William Johnson's answer to the Friendly proposals made by the Stockbridge Indians of assisting the English against their Enemies." Johnson promises to share the proposals with Jeffrey Amherst. Docket: "Entd in Vol 8th Indn Records." IEGOR Lot 618.

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Sir William Johnson's answer to the Friendly proposals made by the Stockbridge Indians, of assisting the English against their enemies- Johnson Hall July 25th 1763

Children, I return thanks to the Indians of Stockbridge, for the friendly offers now made me of Joyning, and assisting your fathers the English by which you may always be assured of our favour and protection~

I shall imediately communicate your offers to his Excellency Sir Jeffery Amherst who I make no doubt will readily accept of them and in the mean time I recommend it to you and all your people to hold yourselves in readiness, as you may Expect to hear from me Soon

I wish you all happiness, and am your Affectionate Father, and Friend Wm Johnson

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Sir Wm Johnson's Speech to the Stockbridge Indians July 25th1763~

Entd in Vol 8th Indn. Recds. P: 468

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