BOOK III.—Paet IV.
To Brother John Baptiste de Coigne, 179.
Speeches of John Baptiste de Coigne, Chief of the Wabash and Illinois In-
dians, and other Chiefs, 176.
To the Miamis, Powtewattamies, and Weeanks, 184.
To the Delaware and Shawanee nations, 186.
To Brother Handsome Lake, 187.
To Brothers, the Miamis and Delawares, 189.
To Brothers of the Choctaw nation, 192.
To my children, White-hairs, chiefs and warriors of the Osage nation, 195.
To the Chiefs of the Chickasaw Nation, Minghey, Mataha, and Tisphol-
To the Wolf, and people of the Mandar nation, 200.
To the Chiefe of the Osage nation, 203.
To the Chiefs of the Shawanee nation, 205.
To Kitchard Geboway, 208.
To the Chiefe of the Ottawas, Chippewas, Powtewattamies, Wyandots, and
Senecas, of Sandusky, 210.
To the Chief of the Upper Cherokees, 218.
To Colonel Louis Cook and Jacob Francis of the St. Regis Indians, 215.
To the Delaware Chief, Captain Armstrong, 216.
To the Miamis, Powtewattamies, Dela wares, and Chippewas, 217.
To Little Turtle, Chief of the Miamis, 218.
To Manchol, the great war chief of the Powtewattamies, 220.
To Beaver, the head warrior of the Delawares, 223.
To Captain Hendrick, the Delawares, Mohiccons, and Munries, 225.
To Kitchard Geboway, 228.
To the Deputies of the Cherokee Upper Towns, 228.
To the Deputies of the Cherokees of the Upper and Lower Towns, 230.