THE OHIO VALLEY-GREAT LAKES ETHNOHISTORY
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(Detroit, July 18, 1764)
McDougall, George in: [B. M., Add.
MSS, 21650, f. 348, A. L. S.]
and in Stevens, et all., The
Papers of Col. Henry
21650, part II
. . . we have nothing new here, only all the Savages in this part of the World begs Earnestly for Peace. we have had some Delawares & Shawanese here who also begs for Peace, but Colo Gladwin told them that he had nothing to say to them, if they Wanted Peace they must go to Fort Pitt or Sir Williams and ask it there, as they did not belong to his Department. No news as yet of the Army, From . . .
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