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Kiashuta, Washington at the hunting-camp of, in the Ohio country, in 1770,
Kiashuta retained a perfect recollection of the youthful ambassador, though seventeen years had matured him into thoughtful manhood.
Here it was necessary to land and make a ceremonious visit, for the chief of the hunting party was Kiashuta, a
Kiashuta had heard of what had passed between Washington and the "White Mingo," and other sachems, at Colonel Croghan's, and was eager to express his own desire for peace and friendship with Virginia, and fair dealings with her traders; all which Washington promised to report faithfully to the governor.