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Know all men by these presents that Hatchet Towsey, an Indian formerly belonging to Farmington, now resident In Woodbury,  son of Cochepence of said Farmington, for the love, goodwill, and affection I have for my son, John Hatchet Towsey, have given and by these presents for myself and my heirs give, grant, make over, and convey unto my said son, John, all my right, title, and interest in my land at Farmington that lies on the west side of the meadow as it lies undivided with the rest of
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To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting
                                   
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To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting
 
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[1]Know all men by these presents that we, Atumtoco, Wawowos, and Patucko, with the rest of us Indians that have hereafter subscribed, now living at Farmington within the County of Hartford in New England for and in consideration of ten shillings in money and five pounds, ten shillings
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Upon the memorial of Elijah Wampey, Cornelius,1 and Patience, Indians laying at Farmington, representing to this Assembly that they have great occasion to sell and also to purchase certain lands belonging to them and certain of their neighbors, some English and some Indians, praying to be enabled to make such sales and purchases under
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To All People to Whom These Presents Shall Come: Greeting
 
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At a meeting of some of the authority on November 18, 1701, in order to hear the complaint of John Bates of Haddam against an Indian man called Wenemo, for that the said Wenemo did on or about April 10, 1701 feloniously take away out of the said John Bates his dwelling house several goods, namely, a good firelock gun, some powder and shot, a pair of shoes, with other things, the Indian man (namely Wenemo) owned the fact.  
 
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To the Honorable House of Representatives of the Colony of Connecticut Now Convened in Hartford in said Colony
 
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James Wawowos, etc.,  and now the said Indians remonstrate against the acceptance of the committee’s return because above all said deeds except three or four are by said committee found to be void in law, and your remonstrants' equity can’t make them good and because said committee were led into a very great mistake by the miscast of the surveyor in the quantity of land contained in the Indian Neck, etc., and this the remonstrants are ready to prove and pray said report may be set aside.

For the remonstrants,

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To the Honorable General Assembly to be held at New Haven on the Second Thursday of Instant October
 
The memorial of Adam, an Indian Native belonging to Farmington, for himself and the rest of the tribe
An account of the number of the strange Indians
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