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" White Eyes from his Lordship be Prevailed upon to shun the Popular Error and Judge for yourself Act as a good Subject and Expect the rewards due to your Services I am... "
Maryland Historical Magazine - Page 314
edited by - 1915
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A History of the Valley of Virginia

Samuel Kercheval, Charles James Faulkner, John Jeremiah Jacob - Indian captivities - 1833 - 486 pages
...shall hear from me, and I hope to his advantage. Interpret the inclosed speech to Capt. White-eyes from his lordship. Be prevailed upon to shun the popular error, and judge for yourself, as a good subject, and expect the rewards due to your services. I am, &c. "JOHN CONNOLY." . The inclosed...
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A History of the Valley of Virginia

Samuel Kercheval, Charles James Faulkner, John Jeremiah Jacob - Indian captivities - 1833 - 486 pages
...and I hope to his advantage. Interpret the inclosed speech to (Japt. White-eycs from his lord-, ship. Be prevailed upon to shun the popular error, and judge for yourself, as a good subject, and expect the rewards due to your services. I am, &c. ' "JOHN CONNOLY." The inclosed...
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The Olden Time: A Monthly Publication Devoted to the Preservation ..., Volume 1

Neville B. Craig - Ohio River Valley - 1876
...tell him he shall hear from me, and I hope to his advantage. Interpret the inclosed speech to Captain White Eyes from his Lordship. Be prevailed upon to shun the popular error, mid judge for yourself; act as a good subject, and expect the rewards due to your services. 1 am, dear...
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The Olden Time, Volume 1

Local history - 1876
...lei! him he shall hear from me, and I hope to his advantage. Interpret the inclosed speech to Captain White Eyes from his Lordship. Be prevailed upon to...a good subject, and expect the rewards due to your services. I am, dear sir, your sincere friend and servant, JOHN CONNOLLY. " To Mr. John Gibson, near...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 12

Pennsylvania - 1888
...shall hear from me, and I hope to his advantage. Interpret the inclosed speech to Capt. White-Eyes from his Lordship ; be prevailed upon to shun the...a good subject, and expect the rewards due to your services. I am, dear Sir, Your sincere friend and servant, John Connolly. To John Gibson, Esquire,...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography

Pennsylvania - 1888
...shall hear from me, and I hope to his advantage. Interpret the inclosed speech to Capt. White-Eyes from his Lordship ; be prevailed upon to shun the...a good subject, and expect the rewards due to your services. I am, dear Sir, Your sincere friend aud servant, JOHN CONNOLLY. To JOHN GIBSON, ESQUIRE,...
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Report of a treaty with the Western Indians: conducted at Pittsburgh ...

Lewis Morris, Louise Phelps Kellogg, State Historical Society of Wisconsin - Indians of North America - 1908 - 103 pages
...him that he shall hear from me and I hope to his Advantage Interpret the Inclosed Speech to captain White Eyes from his Lordship be Prevailed upon to...a good Subject and Expect the rewards due to your Services I am &c (Signed) JOHN CONNOLLY BROTHER CAPTAIN WHITE EYES—I am glad to hear your good speeches...
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The American Monthly Magazine, Volume 3

United States - 1893
...many declamations, & of the absurdity of an intended slavery. Give my love to George & tell him that he shall hear from me & I hope to his advantage. Interpret the inclosed speech to Capt. White Eyes from his Lordship, be prevailed upon to shun the popular error, and judge for yourself,...
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Pennsylvania Archives

History - 1853
...many Declamations, & of the absurdity of an intended Slavery. Give my love to George, & tell him that he shall hear from me, & I hope to his advantage....Lordship ; be prevailed upon to shun the popular Error, & judge for yourself; act as a good Subject, & expect the rewards due your Services. I am, D' Sr, Your...
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The Revolution on the Upper Ohio, 1775-1777

Reuben Gold Thwaites, Louise Phelps Kellogg - History - 2009 - 275 pages
...him that he shall hear from me and I hope to his Advantage Interpret the Inclosed Speech to captain White Eyes from his Lordship be Prevailed upon to...a good Subject and Expect the rewards due to your Services I am &c (Signed) JOHN CONNOLLY BROTHER CAPTAIN WHITE EYES — I am glad to hear your good...
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