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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1671-1681
Volume 15, Page 166   View pdf image (33K)
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166 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1676—1678.
Lib. R. R. ized from Maryland & Virginia, & say farther, we are glad
& doe welcome his honour the Colonel with a bever & a
drest Elk skin for his trouble in comeing so farr a journey.
5thly They doe sing another song, the meaning whereof is,
that their people might not forgett what past betwixt them &
the Colonell, but might be all wayes mindfull of what is done
in this house ordained to that end by the Governor genll And
if the Sinnekes now or any tyme hereafter should appoint
any other place for to speak with you in their own Country
or elsewhere, we desire that itt may not be accepted, but that
this be & remaine the only appointed & prfixed place And all
that was propounded by you the fourth of this instant, we
desire that itt may be punctually observed upon your side, as
we shall upon ours And if you have a minde hereafter to
speak with us, we desire that itt may be here & no where
else doe present a drest Elk skinn.
6thly They say, we doe return you hearty thanks for the
releasing of the two sonns of Canoncondawe* & likewise .
*the cheife that you beheaded the Sachim of the Susquehannes
Sachim named Achnaetsachawey who was the cause of their
Maques. being taken Prisoners, & doe prsent five beavers.
This is a true copy translated compared & revised
by me Robert Livingston Sec.

interpreted The Sinnondowannes & Cayouges answer to the
by Akus Cornells, proposicons made to them the two & twentieth of

who was August l677
by Arnout

p. 135 Cornelis By the Honrd Col Henry Coursey authorized by
Charles Lord Baron of Baltemore Lord Proprietor of
Maryland in the Court house of Albany the day & yeare
above written
The Sinnondowannes Sachims are
Adondareechaa, Speaker
d' Canendodo
Die die hokaran
Brethren we are now come upon yor sending for Whereas
we have allwayes had a firm Covenant with this Governmt
which hath been faithfully kept by the Governour genll whom
we have taken to be our greatest Lord, for which we doe give
him hearty thanks for he hath putt aside all mistakes which
have happened, we never had warrs with this Government
but with yours, & now you are come from Maryland & Vir-

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