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Earl of Dartmouth's letter to gov. 1710. Aug.

ernor Hunter. Premieres propositions de la France. 1711, Apr, 22.

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APPENDIX.

THE preceding sheets having been submitted to niy friend Mr. Charles Thompson, Secretary of Congress, he has furnished me with the following observations, which have too much merit not to be communicated.

(A) p. 24. Besides the three channels of communication mentioned between the western waters and the Atlantic, there are two others to which the Pennsylvanians are turning their attention; one from Presque-Isle, on Lake Erie, to Le Bæuf, down the" Alleghaney to Kiskimintas, then up the Kiskimintas, and from thence, by a small portage, to Juniata, which falls into the Susquehanna : the other from Lake Ontario to the East Branch of the Dela. ware, and down that to Philadelphia. Both these are said to be very practicable : and,.considering the enterprising temper of the Pennsylvanians, and particularly of the merchants of Philadelphia, whose object is concentered in promoting the commerce and trade of one city, it is not improbable but one or both of these communications will be opened and improved.

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