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My friend Mr Joseph Saul Cashier of the Orleans Bank, going to the Northern States for the benefit of his health, will have the honor to deliver you this Letter. During the years, that Mr Saul, has resided in this City, I have had abundant proof of his private and public worth. An honester Man never lived, nor do I know an individual who has manifested a more Sincere attachment to the...
A Sincere disposition to Serve a Worthy and useful Member of Society, induces me to take the liberty to recommend to your protection Doctor William Rogers of this City. This Gentleman was formerly attached to the Navy of the United States in Character as Surgeon, and left the Service under a decision of a Court Martial, which the Doctor and his friends have always Considered a hard one. I am...
I congratulate you on the Glorious issue of the contest in which was involved the Safety of this Section of the union. It has this moment been officially announced to me by one of the aids de camp of Major General Jackson, “that the Enemy evacuated their camp in the course of last night, and that the State of Louisiana is now probably free from the presence of an Invader.” I cannot on this...
We have the afflicting intelligence of the fall of the City of Washington, but are not yet furnished the particulars; The public Buildings it is reported are all destroyed, but we are left to hope that private property has been respected. This event will excite thro’out the Union, the deepest Regret; But it may be an evil for a Good ; It Surely will revive the Spirit of Seventy Six, and call...
In my last letter, I had the honor to advise you of the defeat of the Revolutionists in the Spanish Province of Texas, and of the distress of the fugitives, who had Sought an assylum in this State. It is my duty now to inform you, that attempts are at this time making to organi⟨ze⟩ & equip within Louisiana, and elsewhere within the United States, a force for the express purpose of re-entering...
I left New Orleans on the 12th. ultimo, on a tour thro’ the State , as well with a view to inform myself of its situation, as to assist in organizing a detachment of Militia, ordered to be holden in readiness for service, and which I shall call into the field, in case of Invasion, or eminent danger of Invasion. The War with the Creeks, will be soon drawn to a close; my Brother, General...
Since my letter of the 14 th Instant , it has been deemed expedient to proceed against m r Livingston before the Parish court of New Orleans , by way of information , and of which a copy is herewith enclosed. M r
Had my health permited, I should have availed myself of the Honor of your Invitation, and been present at the sessions of the council on saturday last. … The question as to the right of property to the batture in front of the suburb S te mary is of very general concern. … that the Public right should be entertained maintained against the claims of Individuals, is not only interesting to the...
In the suit brought by Edward Livingston Against Le Breton D’orgenoy late marshal of the District of Orleans , The Honorable m r Hall , Judge of the District of Louisiana , has decided, the dispossessing of m r Livingston of the Batture , by order of the late President to be illegal, & he directs the Plaintiff to be reinstated in his possession.—The Public Sentiment on this occasion is...
19 July 1813, New Orleans. “Influenced solely from a wish to serve a Citizen eminently entitled to private & public confidence, I take the liberty to recommend to your patronage, Mr Jos Saul, an inhabitant of this City, & the present Cashier of the Bank of Orleans. During eight years of his residence in my vicinity, I have had abundant proofs of Mr. Saul’s private & public worth; an ardent...