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|Summary:||This is a letter from John McKee to David Henley, dated April 25, 1796. McKee, who is in charge of Indian relations, is concerned that the government will stop giving out whiskey and other amenities to the Chiefs that come to visit. He believes that they will suspect other policies towards them will change also, and become unfriendly.|