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all the Work Of Smith and Gunsmith, and to
Observe the Motions of the frnech; Which May happen
to Come Among them, and Prevent there Residing
In that Contry if Posseably You Can

You are Likewise to Do Your Utmost Endeavour
to keep the Indians firm to his Majesties Interest
And those that are Wavering in their Allegience
to his Said Majesty, You are to Use Your Utmost
to Bring them Back to their former friendship to
the English Natien, You are Also to Acquaint
the Lieutenant Governour Or Commander In Chief
for the time Being, or the Commissioners of the Indian
Affairs At Albany from time to time With All Such
Intilligence as You Shall there Receive. You are
Also to Observe the Instructions the Governour or
the Commissioners of the Indian Affairs Shall Send
You from time to time
Given Under Our hands
At Albany Ocr: 22th 1754

Memorandum that [?Hans] Hanson Present Mayor
for the City of Albany is Qualified as Commissioner
of the Indian Affairs.
{A line of separation follows}
The following was set forth along the left margin:}
Present
Col M Schuiler
Hans Hensen
the Recorder
Cap Beekman
{The following began to the right of the attendance list:}
at a meeting of the Commiss
of Indian Affairs at Albany October 26
1754

Instructions for Hendricus Wim=
ple Blacksmith John Glen Junior and
Gose S: Van Schaick

Whereas the Honorable James
Delancey Esqr. his Majesties Lieutenant Gover=
=nour and Commander In Chief of the Colony of New
York &c has Ordered us to Send a Smith to Caiuga
As [?Usuel]

You are therefore as Soon as Posseable
You Can to Repair thither, and During Your Stay
there to Do the Work of Gunsmith and Blacksmith
and to Observe the Motions of the french, Which

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