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Assist the french, Against [crossed out] ^(our) Brethren the
English. as for the french talk is Nothing But
Sham: Let us Look to the Great heaps of Dead Bones
of Our forefathers Which the french have Distroyed,
We must Side With our Brethren the English,
With Whoom our forefathers Entered into A Covenant
time out of Mind ---
He Says further , that he has Invited 4 Nations
(to Wit) the Onydes, Taskeroraas, Schanyadegrones &
the Mohacks, to Come Down to Siskohane at
John Harres:s:, and they here Promised to Come
Accordingly
He ^(Also) Desires [crossed out] the Commissioner [crossed out]^(to) give
him a Pass, for his Save Passage
Resolved that the Same Be Given In the
following Manner
This Day Appeared Before us (the Commissr:
of the Indian Affairs) the Bearers hereof
one of Whoem is the Half King, Who has
Been Imployed By the Goverment of Pensalvania
to Go Among the five Nations on his Majesties
Service, & is Now On his Return home We
have thought Proper to Assist him in his
Jorney; and Desire All [crossed out] Gentlemen
Civil & Melitery to Shew their friendship & Assist
Them on their Jorney

At a meeting of the Commiss:
of Indian affairs at Albany March [28?]th 1755
Present
Myndert Schuiler
Hans Hanson
Jacob C: Ten Eick
John Beekmen
Cor: Cuiler

Ojessaragenraat & Adejathoine
two Seachems from Cajnga,
[begin crossed out] Appeared[end crossed out]
& Several Warriers Along
With their Wifes, 22 In Number
Appeared to this Board and
made the following Proposition
Brethren you Desired us (By Schanigrad Who Was
here About two Months Ago), [crossed out] that
None of Our People Should Go out afighting,
No Where But to Stay home
I Come now to tell you that our Nation the

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