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          371

Against all those Practices of the people I have, as the Records of the Territory evince, uniformly opposed a "veto - but the entire Silence of Govern- ment upon the Subject, and my proceedings therein, should perhaps postpone any further measures on my part for the present, and until I may be honoured with special In- structions which I would wish early to receive Sir if you shall deem the same expedient.

It may not be improper to inform you Sir, that in the parcelling out the Lands of the United States by those Intruders, Altercations of rather a serious Nature have some times taken Place and Murders actually ensued
Signed
Winthrop Sargent
honble Secretary of State.

June the 6th. 1796 Rebacca Cannada and West Miller were each of them authorised and empowered to to keep a Ferry across the Ohio river from the Landings opposite the houses where they now reside in the Town of Cincinnati and County of Hamilton, by the Secretary in Governour St. Clairs Absence.

June the 7th. 1796 Licenses for Tavern keeping gran- ted by tne Secretary in the Governours Absence

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