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father in law, to make peace wth mee, and another King also who was his neighbour, & the [illegible] of that part of the River, wherein I then [rode?], I [illegible] wth him to stay two dayes. In the meane time I tooke possession of the Countrey, for his Matie, and there sett up his Maties armes upon a tree, wch was performed wth the solemnitie [illegible] in that kind. I enquired of this king how farre this River ranne up into the Countrey, and whither it were navigable or no, he told me it ranne a great way up, & that I might goe wth my shipps till I came to a certanne place, where the [illegible] ranne cleane crosse the River, and that there he thought I could not goe over wth my great Canoas, (for soe they call all vessels that [illegible] upon the water) I then desired him to lend me a pilott to goe up to that place, wch he most willingly granted. I prezented him wth a Coate, a hatchett, and a knife, wth wch
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father in law, to make peace wth mee, and another King also who was his neighbour, & the [illegible] of that part of the River, wherein I then [rode?], I [illegible] wth him to stay two dayes. In the meane time I tooke possession of the Countrey, for his Matie, and there sett up his Maties armes upon a tree, wch was performed wth the solemnitie [illegible] in that kind. I enquired of this king how farre this River ranne up into the Countrey, and whither it were navigable or no, he told me it ranne a great way up, & that I might goe wth my shipps till I came to a certanne place, where the [illegible] ranne cleane crosse the River, and that there he thought I could not goe over wth my great Canoas, (for soe they call all vessels that [illegible] upon the water) I then desired him to lend me a pilott to goe up to that place, wch he most willingly granted. I prezented him wth a Coate, a hatchett, and a knife, wth wch he was very well contented, and so after, he had sta

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father in law, to make peace wth mee, and another King also who was his neighbour, & the [illegible] of that part of the River, wherein I then [rode?], I [illegible] wth him to stay two dayes. In the meane time I tooke possession of the Countrey, for his Matie, and there sett up his Maties armes upon a tree, wch was performed wth the solemnitie [illegible] in that kind. I enquired of this king how farre this River ranne up into the Countrey, and whither it were navigable or no, he told me it ranne a great way up, & that I might goe wth my shipps till I came to a certanne place, where the [illegible] ranne cleane crosse the River, and that there he thought I could not goe over wth my great Canoas, (for soe they call all vessels that [illegible] upon the water) I then desired him to lend me a pilott to goe up to that place, wch he most willingly granted. I prezented him wth a Coate, a hatchett, and a knife, wth wch he was very well contented, and so after, he had sta