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Erie, he was met by deputations from the Shawnees, the Delawares, the Hurons of Sandusky, and the Five Nations of the Scioto valley, desiring that the chain of friendship might be brightened; and he settled a treaty with the nations dwelling between Lake Erie and the Ohio. At Detroit, Bradstreet was welcomed by the Sept. Hurons with every expression of joy and respect. A detachment was sent to take possession of Michilimackinac, and a vessel found its way into Lake Huron. On the seventh of September, great numbers of Indians, especially Ottawas and Chippewas, assembled at Bradstreet's tent, and seated themselves on the ground for a Congress. The Ottawas and Chippewas on that day cashiered all their old-chiefs, and the young warriors shook hands with the English as with brothers. Mante, 517-524. The Miamis disclosed their desire that all resentment should be laid aside, and chap. X.} 1764. Sept asked for peace, in the names of their wives and children. A treaty was then mad
es, the officers of government had no confidence in one another. In Boston, Gage was not esteemed a man of capacity; and he, in his turn, thought Bernard pusillanimous. At New-York, he called upon the civil power to exert itself more efficiently. All civil authority is at an end, Colden to Gage, 2 Sept. 1765. answered Colden; the presence of a battalion is the only way to prevent mischief. It will be more safe for the government, interposed the Council Advice of Counsel to Colden, 7 Sept. of the province of New-York, to show a confidence in the people. But Colden, chap. XVII.} 1765. Sept. emboldened by the arrival of two artillery companies from England, put the fort in such a state of offence and defence, as to be able to boast alike to Conway Colden to Conway, 23 Sept. and Amherst, Colden to Amherst, 10 Oct. that he had effectually discouraged sedition. The people here will soon come to better temper, after taxes become more familiar to them, wrote an officer