The particulars of an Indian treaty at Conestogoe, between His Excellency Sir William Keith, bart. Governor of Pennsylvania, and the deputies of the Five Nations. : Published at the request of the gentlemen who were present, and waited upon the governor in his journey.
|Related Names:||Clements, William L. 1861-1934, former owner., Fuller, Samuel -approximately 1736, bookseller., Sadleir, Elizabeth active 1715-1727, printer., Keith, William Sir 1680-1749., Ockanickon Indian chief -1682?|
Dublin : Re-printed, by Elizabeth Sadleir, for Samuel Fuller, at the Globe and Scales, in Meath Street, MDCCXXIII. 
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"A treay of Peace and Friendship Made and Concluded between His Excellency Sir William Keith, Bart. Governor of the Province of Pennsylvania, For and on Behalf of the said Province and Chiefs of the Five Nations. At Albany, in the Month of September, 1722" (pages -45) with separate half title. "A true account of the Dying Words of Ockanichon an Indian King. Spoken to Jahkursoe ... ": pages 46-48.
Error in paging: page 32 misnumbered 5.
Title within double rule border; head- and tail-pieces; initials.
48 pages ;
17 cm (8vo)
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