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I had the honour to receive your letter, with its’ enclosure for Mrs. Boyd, which was immediately forwarded to its’ destination. It will afford me pleasure at all times to take charge of any letters, you may wish to address to your sister. I beg yor acceptance of a pair of moccasins, valuable only as affording a rare specimen of the delicacy of Indian female work. With great respect, / Madam,...
Agreably to the opinion of Genl. Harrison and myself expressed in our last letter to you, I shall leave this place in the morning for Detroit accompanied by a select band of Indian Warriors. When I had last the honour of seeing you in Washington I submitted both verbally and in writing difficulties which occurred to me respecting some of the duties attendant upon the intercourse with the...
your letter of the 31 st ult o reached me by last mail, and I have lost no time in attending to your request. I have seen M rs Davinport, and stated to her the interest, which you take in her situation, and the truly fraternal solicitude, displayed by her brother. Arrangements have been and will be made to meliorate her circumstances, and to render her as comfortable as possible, during the...