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Send him away for that purpose so that he may
have the Indians down at the time appointed
and that you will take all the usual and ne=
=cessary steps on such occasions. I am Gentlen.
your most obedient and most humble
Servt. James Delancey

Ordered that a letter be wrote to the Interpreter to the {struck}
Attend the board on Wednesday next. the letter
was wrote and delivered to Nicholas van patten
to be sent to the interpreter.

At a board met at the house of Robert Lotteridge
May the 1st. 1754

Present
Col. Marshal
Col. M. Scuyler
The Recorder
Mr. Groonendike
Capt. Beeckman
Mr. Ten Eyke
Mr. Cuyler

Instructions from the Commissioners
of Indian affairs to Mr. Aaron=
=Stevens Interpreter.

In Obedians to a letter of his
Honr. the Lieut. Govr. dated ye 29th of
April 1754
You are to go to the Six nations
of Indians and tell them that his Honr. the
Lieut. Govr. desired them to come down to
Albany on a Genl. Treaty, which is to be held
in the City of Albany on the 14th day of June next
you are therefore required to do your Endavour to bring
down all the Sachems and principal Indians out of
each Castle as usual on such occasions, you are to
bring the said Indians down at the time appointed

To
Mr. Aaron Stevens interpreter

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