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Williamsburgh June the 10th 1717
 
Williamsburgh June the 10th 1717
 
Gentleman
 
Gentleman
I received by the bearer hereof a petition signed by thirty three hands and am sorry to find thereby the apprehensions you are under frome the [Irequos?]. I have sometime since taken measures for preventing their coming on our frontier and securing you against their Alarms by sending a messenger to New York to demand of that Governor the keeping open to the observance of their Peace made with us in the Year 1686 and at the same time with home for his [Majesties?] Order to the Governor of that Province to Oblige those Indians to forbear coming anu more on our frontiers and I doubt not in a short time to obtain what I
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I received by the bearer hereof a petition signed by thirty three hands and am sorry to find thereby the apprehensions you are under frome the [Irequos?]. I have sometime since taken measures for preventing their coming on our frontier and securing you against their Alarms by sending a messenger to New York to demand of that Governor the keeping open to the observance of their Peace made with us in the Year 1686 and at the same time with home for his [Majesties?] Order to the Governor of that Province to Oblige those Indians to forbear coming anu more on our frontiers and I doubt not in a short time to obtain what I have thus

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Williamsburgh June the 10th 1717 Gentleman I received by the bearer hereof a petition signed by thirty three hands and am sorry to find thereby the apprehensions you are under frome the [Irequos?]. I have sometime since taken measures for preventing their coming on our frontier and securing you against their Alarms by sending a messenger to New York to demand of that Governor the keeping open to the observance of their Peace made with us in the Year 1686 and at the same time with home for his [Majesties?] Order to the Governor of that Province to Oblige those Indians to forbear coming anu more on our frontiers and I doubt not in a short time to obtain what I have thus