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Agoo some of the [Smnekes?] and some of the Onnendages went aboard of a French Bark att Onijagaro that was come to trade there and took out of the said Bark a cask of brandy and cutt the cable, this was done in the government of Sir Edmund Andross three years before the peace was made with the French who gave orders not to suffer any French to trade there, since which
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Agoo some of the [Smnekes?] and some of the Onnendages went aboard of a French Bark att Onijagaro that was come to trade there and took out of the said Bark a cask of brandy and cutt the cable, this was done in the government of Sir Edmund Andross three years before the peace was made with the French who gave orders not to suffer any French to trade there, since which peace made as aforesaid wee have given the French no provocation onely wee doo acknowledge, about a yeare agoo there was a French man called Grand amazon with his partner came to a place called Aquarage near to Onjagaro where some of [paper missing- illegible] [nnekes?] and of the Onnendages took a hundred bevers from him hee having no passe [north?] from his Exeye the governour nor from the governour of Camda, in dooing of which wee have only obeyed

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Agoo some of the [Smnekes?] and some of the Onnendages went aboard of a French Bark att Onijagaro that was come to trade there and took out of the said Bark a cask of brandy and cutt the cable, this was done in the government of Sir Edmund Andross three years before the peace was made with the French who gave orders not to suffer any French to trade there, since which peace made as aforesaid wee have given the French no provocation onely wee doo acknowledge, about a yeare agoo there was a French man called Grand amazon with his partner came to a place called Aquarage near to Onjagaro where some of [paper missing- illegible] [nnekes?] and of the Onnendages took a hundred bevers from him hee having no passe [north?] from his Exeye the governour nor from the governour of Camda, in dooing of which wee have only obeyed