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The History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada Which Are Dependent On the Pro

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The History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada Which Are Dependent On the Pro
Cadwallader Colden
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This third Belt is from * Tlmrensera, j- Ohguesse, and J Ertel, who say by it, to their Brethren : We have interceded for you with Yonondio, and therefore advise you to meet him at Cadarackui in the Spring, be cause it will be for your Advantage.
When this Sachem had done speaking, the Mohawk Messenger sent from Albany deliv ered his Message Word for Word, as he had received it, without omitting the least Arti cle. The Interpreter, while the Indian was speaking, read over a Paper, on which the
...Message was set down, lest any Thing should have been forgot.
After this Cannehoot a Seneka Sachem stood up, and gave the general Council a par ticular Account of a Treaty made last Sum mer, between the Senekas and the Wagunha Messengers, (one of the Utawawa Nations) *Thurensera signifies the Dawning of the Day, and was the Name given by the Indians to the Jesuit Lamberville, who had formerly resided at Onondaga.
f Monsr. Le Morne, the Word signifies a Partridge.
\ Ertel signifies a Rose, the Name of some other French Gentleman, for whom the Indians had an Esteem.


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