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Sibley’s acct of the Indians pa. 1. the French while possessing Louisiana had a fort & some souldiers 375 + 120 = 495. miles above Natchitoches on the Red river, at the antient settlement of the Caddos. their present settlemt 120. mi. N.W. from Natchitoches. the Caddos, Yattassees, Nandakoes, Nabedaches, Inias or Tachies, Nacogdoches, Keychias, Adais, & Natchitoches, all speak the Caddo...
Debt due to Gr. Britain.     mr King’s proposition Debt from US. to G.B. at commencemt of war 3,040,160 £ sterl. 1: year’s exports from G.B. to US. deduct insolvencies during war 1,520,080 1,520,080 since recovered by creditors  760,040 760,040 interest on that 760,040 1,520,080
John Adams with his Consort and their Family desire prayers that the death of a grandchild may be Sanctified to them. They also request your Prayers for their Children and grand Children, in remote Countries abroad and distant parts at home, that thir Lives and health may be preserved from dangers by Sea and land and in due time returned in Safety to their Country and their Friends. ICN .
From the manner in which the subject was treated in the fifth and sixth numbers of The Examination, it has been doubted, whether the writer did or did not entertain a decided opinion as to the power of Congress to abolish the offices and compensations of Judges, once instituted and appointed pursuant to a law of the United States. In a matter of such high constitutional moment, it is a sacred...
According to the agreement of the Nation of our people, we shall address you on the important business of our affairs which is the cause of our long Journey to see you at this time. Brother You know the same God who made you made us and all things, why cannot we enjoy the good of this Land as well as our Brothers—our hearts are always sorry to think they do not know better. Brother, Consider...
Orleans. 2. judges Theodoric Bland of Baltimore has practisd C. 3. y. in Tennis. tenernts membr.  has practised now 4. y. at Balt. qu. French. Wm. Sprigg. qu. if will accept