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The Secretary of the Territory, will transmit you a Copy of the "Civil Code", adopted at the last...
Your letter dated on the 16th. of August at Monticello, has been duly received. My official...
Desirous to ascertain the real state of General Fayette’s Land warrants, I lately applied for...
Eight days ago, Mr. Cevallos, an admiral in the Spanish service, & the late Commandant on the...
Messrs. Daniel Clark, Workman, Kerr, Powers, Daversac & others are very intimate, and, actively...
In consequence of my late visit to Opelousas, your Letters of the 9th. and 17th. July, did not...
My last Letter, which was dated at Opelousas informed you, of the Reports which had reached me...
My Letter to the Secretary at War, will advise the President, of the Conviction of four Alabama’s...
I have taken the liberty to address to your Care, one Hogshead, three Boxes & two Cases directed...
My letter of the 1st. Instant, will have apprised you of my design to set out on a journey to...
Desirous to avail myself of the President’s permission to visit the United States, I contemplate...
From the County of Opellousas, several Negro’s have lately escaped to the Spanish Dominions, and...
A Vessel under English Colours arrived here some time since, and was reported to the Collector of...
Your favour of the 18th. of April has been received, and the Letter for Mr. Duplantier which you...
I have had the honor to receive your Letter of the 6th. of May, advising me of the additional...
I have the honor to inclose you a letter from Governor Salcedo, in reply to my communication of...
The Bill concerning the Batture as reported by a Committee of the House of Representatives, is...
Enclosed is a letter from Mr. Moreau Lislet declining the Commission of Judge of the Superior...
In the month of January 1807, I understand that a Grand Jury summoned by order of the Superior...
Edward Livingston sailed two days since in a vessel bound to Philadelphia , & from whence he...
The "Civil Code" alluded to in my last letter, is nothing more, than a "Digest of the Civil Laws...
On the 31st. Ultimo, the Legislature of the Territory, closed their Sessions; a copy of the acts...
I have the honor to enclose you an address from the Legislative Council and House of...
I have heard nothing further from Nachitoches; the Report of the advance of Spanish Troops...
The difficulty with respect to the negro’s, who have sought and found an Asylum in the Province...
Since my letter of the 5th. Instant advising you of the death of my esteemed friend J. W. Gurley,...
The enclosures No. 1, 2, 3 and 4, furnish a correspondence between Messrs. Duncan, Gurley,...
Mr. John Ward Gurley, Attorney General for this Territory was on the 3rd. Instant killed in a...
The late removal from the Batture in front of the Suburb St. Mary , of certain Persons, who had...
My letters to the Secretaries of State and War have acquainted you with the state of things in...
I have been duly honored with the receipt of your letter of the 20th. Ultimo, and am happy to...
I inclose for your perusal a translation of a letter from Governor Folch in answer to a...
The case of the Batture has given rise to a warm Newspaper discussion, which for the present...
It is my duty to advise you that slaves escaping from the Territory of the United States to the...
We deem it our duty to suggest for consideration the expediency of making provision for appeals...
At the request of Mr. Julian Poidrass and of Mr. Pierre Derminon, Judge of the Parish of Point...
In a letter which I had the honor to address you from Natchez, I inclosed an extract from the...
I now inclose you a copy of the correspondence which prece’ded the meeting between Mr. Clark &...
I shall be detained here longer than I had anticipated. The extreme heat of the Season, and my...
I arrived at this place two Days since, & had intended to pass in this vicinity a Week or 10...
I shall set out for New-Orleans in two Days, & expect to arrive there on or before the 18th....
Finding Mrs. Claiborne’s Health much impaired, and being apprehensive that a residence here...
I have the honor to inclose you two letters, which I have received from Governor Folch, together...
By the northern mail of this morning, we have private letters, which state the attack & Capture...
Designing Men here, have made the most of the imprudent conduct of the Navy officers; they affect...
An event has happened here, which has occasioned some agitation in the public mind. The Gun Boats...
Captain Cammack of the Marine Corps being order’ed to the City of Washington, I cannot avoid...
I have received your letter of the 3rd. of May together with its inclosure.— Judge Sprigg...
I continue confined to my room, and experience considerable pain—but the wound now suppurates...
My feelings have led me to an act which I fear may subject me to your censure. I was engaged on...