Letter from Joseph Brant : to Sir John Johnson Bart., 1799 March 17.


Brant, Joseph, 1742-1807. Letter from Joseph Brant : to Sir John Johnson Bart., 1799 March 17.

Letter from Joseph Brant : to Sir John Johnson Bart., 1799 March 17.

Letter appears to have been written from a place called Beach. It discusses Brant's arrangements to meet Johnson. The letter also mentions public opinion on General De Puisaye. Brant says he will dispatch two young men to Johnson and also references a previous letter from Johnson in which Johnson express a desire to meet with the Missisaqua [sp] chiefs, probably refering to Mississauga. Also two copies of a transcript, a slide, and a condition note.

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Johnson, John, Sir, 1742-1830

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