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March 13, 1730 Sir Alexander Cuming leaves Charleston on a secret mission: To negotiate a treaty with the Cherokee, who were hostile towards the English
April 3, 1730 Sir Alexander Cuming receives the Cherokee, who "submit to the King of England." This took place at Nequesee and included Moytoy, who was crowned emperor of the Cherokee on the same day.
April 20, 1730 Sir Alexander Cuming returns to Charleston.
May 4, 1730 Sir Alexander Cuming set sails to England with 7 Cherokee
June 5, 1730 Sir Alexander Cuming, along with 7 Cherokee, arrive in London
June 22, 1730 Cherokee have an audience with the king of England
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