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“ There is a people who will one day be very great:-I mean the Americans. One stain only obscures the perfect splendour of reason which vivifies that country-slavery still subsists in the southern provinces ; but when the Congress shall have found a remedy for that evil, how shall we be able to refuse the most profound respect to the institutions of the United States ?”
MADAME DE STAËL.
THROUGH PART OF
THE UNITED STATES
1818 AND 1819.
BY JOHN M. DUNCAN, A. B.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
Sabbath visit to the Tuscarora Village
Degraded condition of the Indians near the fron-
Longboard's Address—His Duplicity
Religious condition of the Village
The Five Nations, Note
Kusick the Interpreter-Brandt
Take leave of the Tuscaroras
General Observations on the American Indians
Conduct of Europeans