The Papers of Sir William Johnson: Post-war period, 1763-1774

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University of the State of New York, 1921 - Iroquois Indians
 

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Page 173 - And you are to observe and follow such orders and directions from time to time as you shall receive from this or a future Congress...
Page 173 - ... are to observe and follow such orders and directions, from time to time, as you shall receive from this or a future Congress of the United States or Committee of Congress for that purpose appointed, a Committee of the States...
Page 474 - Captain General and Governor in Chief, in and over the Province of New York and the Territories depending thereon...
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Page ii - T. SEXTON LL.B. LL.D. Chancellor - Palmyra 1927 ALBERT VANDER VEER MDMA Ph.D. LL.D. Vice Chancellor Albany 1922 CHESTER S. LORD MA LL.D. ----- Brooklyn 1930 WILLIAM NOTTINGHAM MA Ph.D.
Page 499 - At a General Assembly of the Governor and Company of His Majesty's English Colony of Connecticut in New England in America...
Page 500 - Neighbourhood to the said Nations, might most likely be a Means to cement and fix them in Friendship with his Majesty's Subjects -and that they, the said Indian Nations, are desirOUs such Settlement might be promoted and carried on, as being conducive to their Interest and Safety ; and thereupon praying the Consent of this Assembly, that his Majesty, if it...
Page 169 - BROTHER we listen to you with open Ears, and mind what you Say you may depend upon it, And we hope you will not make a doubt of it, that our Firm Resolution is to keep up in every Step to the Rules laid by our Forefathers, and as we have your Ax so long in hand, We assure you that we have been ever since we first took it up, always ready to make use of it in Conjunction with you and will ever Continue so.
Page 165 - York &c* will endeavour as soon as Possible, to get back your Flesh and Blood from Canada, which you say is the only thing induces you to go; this they would have tryed before now for, but that you went down last year, when they imagined you might get them, but finding that would not do, I desire you now by this Belt of Wampum, not to try any more, but leave it intirely to your Brother Ac*, who will use their indeavours and are most likely to Succeed. A Belt BRETHREN of the five Nations You all come...
Page 402 - Solicitation in their Behalf with those Indians. Though I have not the Honour of your personal Acquaintance, yet <from> your Character both publick and private which is well known <to me,> I should not entertain the least Doubt that You...

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