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Mohacks and Canejoho Cagnewage Indians, [illegible]
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And When Clement Came Away
he told him he Would Write it Down; But has Never
Sent it to us, And as he is a Member of this Board
We thought We thought that he had Transmitted it to
Your Honour Long Ago.

Notwithstanding we have Now Enquired of Jacobus
Clement, What Passed Between them As Your Honour
Will See By the Enclosed Affidavit.
As to What Passed Between us and the Mohacks We have
Already Sent You Down In Our Minutes, and Know
of Nothing Else.

Relating Governour Shirlies Printed Spech, Concerning
his Intilligence from Augquage; the Greatest Part
of Which is Chiefly the Business Wherefore We Sent
Cap Teady Magin & Arent Stevins up Vide Minutes
August 14th 1754, and Concerning the Batoes, We
have heard that they have Been to Oneida, Cajuga
And Onondage Castles, for to trade for Gin Sang
Roots . . . We Shall Enquire Whether a Well
Can be Sunck at the Place Were Mr: Schuiler
Lived, and What Stockadoes Will Cost, and Whether
there is Plenty of Stone and Lime.
Inclosed You have a Plan of fort [?Massuhers]
Made By One of the Man Out of that
fort . . . We Shall Be Carefull About
the Motions of the french, But it is Impossible
that We Can Know Every Individual thing, that
Pases Among the Indians, Our Interpreter Lives
to a Distance, from here and Never Gives us
Any Intilligence.

Enclosed You Also have A Copy of our M
Minutes
We Remain
Your Honours
Most Obedeant Humble
Servants

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