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To Conyatauyou, or Handsome Lake a Seneca Chief. Brother, Your good father the President of the United States having seen your talk of yesterday directs me to assure you, that his ears are ever open to the just complaints of his red children and his heart ever disposed to afford them releif— Brother, It is much regretted by your father the President that the Deeds securing to you the lands...
To all to whome these presents shall come , Greeting. Whereas it has been represented by some of the Chief-men of the Seneca and Onondago Nations of Indians that they are entitled to certain reserved Tracts of lands lying on the Cartaragus Creek, and on or near the Allegany, and which has been surveyed, laid off, and the lines regularly run, and distinctly understood; but that they are not in...
I have recieved your letter of January 18. and observe the dissatisfaction you express at the sale of lands made by your nation to the state of New York. it was the act of your nation , which the United States would not pretend to controul: they had no interest in it; yet they sent a commissioner to watch over your interests and to see that you understood the transaction, & gave free consent...