PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES 1st series (Philadelphia: Joseph Severns, 1852) 1

1852

PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES 1st series (Philadelphia: Joseph Severns, 1852) 1

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GEORGEBSR to Governor of Pennsylvania, 3/12/1728 (could be May, OS): <To ye Honourable Patrick Gordon, Governour of Pensilvania, &c. <Our Condition at present looks with a bad Vizard, for undoubtedly the Indians will fall down upon us very suddenly, and our Inhabitants are Generally fled, there remains about 20 men with me to guard my mill, where I have about 1000 bushels of wheat and fflour; and we are resolved to defend oursleves to ye last Extremity; and not to quit our habitation if we can have any succor from you, wherefore I desire ye Governor & Counsel to Take our Cause into Consideration; And speedily send some Messengers to ye Indians, And some arms and ammunition to us, with some strength allso, In order to defend our fronteers, otherways we shall undoubtedly perish and our province alid desolate and destroyed. The bearer is able to Informe you with his own mouth ye Cause of my Writing. <Geo. Boone.> PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES 1st series (Philadlphia: Joseph Severns, 1852) 1:217-218.

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