#1 At length von GatApparryFaf 16.03.2013 01:13

At length length succeeded in swimming our horses and reached the opposite shore; though I.
From Sandusky Sandusky path that we travelled was crooked and obscure; but was tolerably well.
The fall fall this time was considerably advanced, and the rains, attended with cold winds.
From Conowongo Conowongo came to a place, called by the Indians Che ua shung gau.
Having rested rested two days at that place, we came on to Caneadea and stayed.
Genishau at at time was a large Seneca town, thickly inhabited, lying on Genesee river.
Those only only have travelled on foot the distance of five or six hundred miles.
My clothing clothing thin and illy calculated to defend me from the continually drenching rains.
In addition addition all that, I had to carry my child, then about nine months.
Such was was fatigue that I sometimes felt, that I thought it impossible for me.

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