1 PAGE, 4TO, NEATLY MOUNTED TO A LARGE SHEET. BOLDLY PENNED. INDIAN MESSENGERS ON THE FRONTIER. An intriguing communication regarding certain emissaries sent by Croghan with messages for key frontier tribes; written at a time of continuing Indian war-making against the English, during the French and Indian war: "I have Dispatched two of the Conistogos [a Pennsylvania tribe] to Ohio with Mesidges [messages] to ye Six Nations, Dallaways, [Delawares], Shawne[e]s there. Ye messages I sent to Tiahoga is not yet returned, butt as this River is now open I Suppose they will soon be Down. As Soon as they a Rive [arrive] I will give your honour Notice..." " /> CROGHAN, GEORGE. AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED ("GEO:CROGHAN") AS DEPUTY SUPERINTENDANT FOR INDIAN AFFAIRS, TO AN UNIDENTIFIED CORRESPONDENT (PROBABLY SIR WILLIAM JOHNSON, ROYAL SUPERINTENDANT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS), HARRISS FERRY, 25 JANUARY 1757. <I>1 PAGE, 4TO, NEATLY MOUNTED TO A LARGE SHEET</I>. BOLDLY PENNED. INDIAN MESSENGERS ON THE FRONTIER. An intriguing communication regarding certain emissaries sent by Croghan with messages for key frontier tribes; written at a time of continuing Indian war-making against the English, during the French and Indian war: "I have Dispatched two of the Conistogos [a Pennsylvania tribe] to Ohio with Mesidges [messages] to ye Six Nations, Dallaways, [Delawares], Shawne[e]s there. Ye messages I sent to Tiahoga is not yet returned, butt as this River is now open I Suppose they will soon be Down. As Soon as they a Rive [arrive] I will give your honour Notice..." | Christie's