Kiver the boundary, and, by treating with the Indians, a peace might be restored to this frontier. Such were some of the reasons assigned by the opposition to General Washington, in Congress. They strove with all their might to defeat the bill, for the... Pioneer Scouts of the Ohio - Page 263by Everett Titsworth Tomlinson - 1924 - 264 lehteFull view
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...large a frontier; that, by withdrawing from the North Western Territory, and by making the Ohio river the boundary ; and, by treating with the Indians,...with all their might, to defeat the bill, for the defence of the North Western Territory. Those who supported the measure, urged the necessity of self...