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g whom was one at least of the same blood with Logan, happening to encamp near Yellow Creek, on thecounties to be embodied for defence. Meantime Logan's soul called within him for revenge. In his ionary among the fifty cabins of the village. Logan had grown up as the friend of white men; but tville, Dunmore admitted them to a conference. Logan did not appear; but through an Indian interpreeal to any white man to say if he ever entered Logan's cabin, and I gave him not meat; if he ever cclothed him not. In the course of the last war Logan remained in his cabin, an advocate for peace. the rest of my nation pointed at me, and said, Logan is the friend of white men. I should have eveing, cut off, unprovoked, all the relations of Logan, not sparing women and children. There runs n; but nothing I have said proceeds from fear! Logan disdains the thought! He will not turn on hisl to save his life! Who is there to mourn for Logan? Not one. Before the council was brought t