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William Stephens wrote from Savannah, Georgia to John Kean in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Stephens updated Kean on Mr. Wereats’ claim against him in that Wereats’ agent had not been informed of Kean’s discharging his demand. Once done, Wereats would have no choice but to enter satisfactory on the unrighteous judgment. Stephens also mentioned his purchase of Barber’s lands and asked Kean if he would be willing to sell his wharf lot. The weather was wet and disagreeable for a while and destroyed their crops. General Clark and his adherents continued to encamp on Indian Grounds. The Treaty of New York, along with the neighboring Indigenous population, was in a great dispute.
John Kean (1755-1795)
Bay 1, Column 1, LHC Series 2
Stephens, William. William Stephens to John Kean, September 3, 1794. Manuscript. From Special Collections Research Library and Archive, Kean University, Liberty Hall Collection 1790s. https://digitalcommons.kean.edu/lhc_1790s/557
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