Re: Morning Dress

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Posted by Many Flags on February 27, 2000 at 10:33:34:

In Reply to: Re: Morning Dress posted by Hurry Harry on February 27, 2000 at 10:17:34:

Morning to you, Harry,

No, never been that far north, my grounds bein' the middle colonies, specially Penn's Woods, my allies are the Lenape (what's left of them) and Six Nations. I run the woods between Harris Ferry and Fort Duquesne, now called Pitt, the forts of the Forbes Expedition, Carlisle, Loudon, Littleton, Raystown and Ligoner, and scout for the 77th - Montgomery's Highlanders, along with cousin Seamus, our other cousins, Davey Gunn and Malcolm MacWilliam, serve with Montgomery's. I scout and interpret in sign for the King's army having been employed, with recommendation of cousins Gunn and MacWilliam, by Captain Croy and Lieut. Campbell. Along with Seamus, traveling with us at times is Sign Talker. I hear tell of other scouts up north, Hawkeye, Uncas and his father. I hear of the prowess and fine looks of these men. And though our prowess may compete, our looks will not come close, being bald, stout, scarred veterans of many years of service. Pax Aye!

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