Indians visit NY museum

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Indians visit NY museum - - transfer book will be closed until that day....
- transfer book will be closed until that day. nl It R. W. MARTIN, Secretary. IR00.UO1S INDIANS. The public are ropectful - ly informed, that au arrangement ba been made with the nine Indians, belonging to the tribe of Iroquois, or Six Nations of Indians, to exhibit their various ceremonies in the long room of Peale' Museum. They arc fine lookiug men. and very elegantly dressed in the ancient costume of their nation, and go through their ceremonies with creat activity and spirit. They are engaged to perforin every evening, at 8 o'clock, un til i nursuay ue em insi. ocwg me msi uigm m wur enrnirempnf. Part I The lion dance, by a warrior, hoastiag hi courage hetoreanassemh'yol eniels.witn maian mimic. 2d. The manner of skulking and laying in ambush, and the manner of scalping an enemy ; the whole join - nr in rlinuntinir. with svmbiiN. 3d. Cercmonie used on the return of victorious wnrriors, who present their spoils taken in war to the chief of their tribe. 4lh. (irand dance, after the overthrow of their enemies, and manner of celebrating peace. 6th. Ceremonies used in the celebration of a mar riage. 1 6th. Marriage sons, by the whole. 1th. Cuncludinit with the marriage dance. Ladies, desirous of good sea's, are recommended to attend bef ire the hour of exhibition, to prevent disap pointment. Admittance, as usual, 2H cents. nl It V it u,n,de',a"?1 ,bHt 1 18 IUv - Mr - "'y.0' Ve.w

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 03 Nov 1827, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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