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I have the pleasure to inform You that Yesterday a treaty was made and concluded with the Choctaw nation of Indians; by it that nation has ceded to the United States all their claim to lands laying east of a boundary, beginning at the mouth of Oshtibbuha (a large Creek runing into the Tombigby River on the West) the Chickasaw boundary, and runing thence down the Tombigby River untill it...
I had the pleasure of addressing to You a Letter dated at the United States Factory in the Choctaw Nation, informing that a treaty was concluded by the Commissioners of the U. S. with the Chiefs of that Indian tribe. I hope that letter was received. The treaty was forwarded to the War office from Nashville by mail, and I am very much Gratifyed to know, by a letter from that office, that the...
I had the honor of writing to You some days past, and at that time did expect that this day I would have been a considerable distance from this place on the way to the City of Washington, but the stage disappointed me, hindered, probably, by bad Weather, and since then the days and nights have been very cold here. I am very anxious to have the pleasure of Seeing You before the third of next...
I may be prevented by bad weather or some thing Else from Seeing You previous to Your retiring from office. under this apprehension, I cannot avoid, and it affords me great pleasure, again to Express to You my high Sense of Gratitude, for the two appointments You honored me with in the time of last Summer. my fellow Citizens of the District of Washington had thought it proper not to Elect me a...