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§ From William C. C. Claiborne. 12 January 1806, New Orleans. “The enclosure No. 1 is a Copy of a...
I have been honored with the receipt of your Letter of the 24th. of May, and the Communication...
I have the honor to enclose you a Copy of the Answer of the Marquis of Casa Calvo to my Letter of...
§ From William C. C. Claiborne. 3 August 1805, New Orleans. “On the 6th of June last, I had the...
A few days previous to my departure from Fort Adams, I had the honor to address to you a private...
Governor Falch is yet in this City, arranging (as is understood) with the Marquis a plan for...
§ From William C. C. Claiborne. 15 December 1805, “120 Miles from New-Orleans.” “Previous to my...
Will you be good enough to convey to the President of the U. States my grateful acknowledgments...
1 October 1804, New Orleans. “Mr. Darbigney will deliver to you, a little Box containing a Model...
14 July 1804, New Orleans. “I enclose you the last number of the Moniteur , printed in this city....
I have the honor to inclose you two letters, which I have received from Governor Folch, together...
Two men of the names of Sutton and May were lately convicted in the Mississippi Territory of...
My appointment to this Government, (& if I am not greatly deceived, my conduct since my arrival,)...
3 November 1804, New Orleans. “I enclose for your perusal several Letters , which I have lately...
3 March 1805, New Orleans . “The Prize Brig Active and her Cargo are sources of great litigation....
My last Letter, which was dated at Opelousas informed you, of the Reports which had reached me...
From the County of Opellousas, several Negro’s have lately escaped to the Spanish Dominions, and...
10 May 1805, New Orleans . “The Enclosures Nos. 1 and 2 are Translations of a Communication to me...
5 July 1804, New Orleans. “The birth-day of our country was passed here, in great harmony and...
§ From William C. C. Claiborne. 3 August 1805, New Orleans. “Having understood that Mr Moralis...
The difficulty with respect to the negro’s, who have sought and found an Asylum in the Province...
27 June 1804, New Orleans. “On yesterday the Marquis of Cassa Calvo (accompanied by his Secretary...
§ From William C. C. Claiborne. 13 February 1806, New Orleans. “Since my communication of the 6th...
In a former letter, I had the honor to communicate the final determination of Mr. N. Salcedo...
New Orleans is, at this time perfectly tranquil, and I hear of no disturbances in any part of the...
Enclosed is a letter from Mr. Moreau Lislet declining the Commission of Judge of the Superior...
Desirous to avail myself of the President’s permission to visit the United States, I contemplate...
29 May 1804, New Orleans. “In the District of Atakapas a very great dispute has arisen between...
Mr. Graham, who visits the United States by your permission, will be enabled to satisfy your...
30 August 1804, New Orleans. “I have the honor to enclose to you, a correspondence relative to...