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Ephraim Webster, Notice to Trespassers, 25 April 1817


THE ONONDAGA INDIANS having, by Treaty, lately sold to the State of New-York, all that part of their Reservation lying one mile and an half west from the east line, and extending from the north to the south line thereof; and the subscriber having, in pursuance of an act of the Legislature in relation to said Treaty, been appointed Agent, for the purpose of preventing Trespasses on said Land—HEREBY FOREWARNS all persons from cutting any Timber, or committing any other Trespass whatever thereon, as all such Trespassers will be forthwith PROSECUTED as the Law directs.


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Source: N-Ar New York State Archives
Collection: Attorney General Papers (N-Ar)
Series: Series 3 (17 February 1815-2 December 1821)