James Madison Papers

To James Madison from José Francisco Correa Da Serra, June 1815

June-July 1815

Petitions of J. Corrèa to the President of the U. S.

1. A recommendation to the agent with the Cherokees

2. Some perfect fruits of Bow wood from Louisiana, and some perfect seeds of the same. The fruits if they are spoiled by drying, can be put in a Liquor half spirits half water

3. A perfect skull of Buffaloe

These objects if sent to Genl. Mason at Washington who has continual intercourse with the West and Indian nations, will safely come to Mr. Corrèa’s hands and he will indemnify the expenses to Genl. Mason

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