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Johnston discusses again the Betty Wright case and hopes it can be settled soon. He brings up again the case of Mr. Shaw and will do what he can to have him sent some other place rather than back to Sandusky. Johnston then writes about the position and conditions of the Indians. His health is poor. There is much influenza in this country. In a P.S. he writes more about the Indians, concerning a treaty for purchasing out the Indians in Ohio and the Miamis in Indiana. Abstract Number - 742
Wyandot Mission Letters; Wyandot Removal
Johnston, John, "Letter from John Johnston to James B. Finley" (1826). Finley Letters. 1250.