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I have the Honor to send you inclosed the proceeds of your Check in my favor—in such notes as you requested that is to say— 6 of 50 = 300. 10 – 20 = 200 10 – 10 = 100— 600 in all. The Eastern end of the City is represented to be sickly; but the West end and George Town are not at all so. On Saturday we received from Mr Pinkney a Packet of News Papers; but no Letters. The News Papers you will...
I returned yesterday from Bedford, and according to my letter written just before my departure, I take the liberty of informing you of it in the hope of seeing mrs. Madison & yourself here. And I do it with the less delay as I shall ere long be obliged to return to that place. By a letter of Aug. 15. from Genl. Dearborn he said in a P. S. that he has just recieved information that Bidwell had...
10 September 1810, Shelbyville, Kentucky. Petitions as a poor widow, nearly sixty years old, for the discharge from the army of her son, Joseph Carson, who as a minor enlisted in the Seventeenth Infantry. Her son has deserted to Ireland, but she promises to recall him if he receives a discharge. Encloses an affidavit attesting that her son enlisted as a minor. RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 107,...
Letter not found. 10 September 1810, Elbert County, Georgia. Listed in Registers of Letters Received by the Secretary of War (DNA: RG 107), which indicates that Terrell requested a pardon for his brother, William Terrell, a deserter from the U.S. Army who was “very penitent” and desired to return to duty. The entry in the register records that the letter was sent to the adjutant and inspector...
I returned yesterday from Bedford , and according to my letter written just before my departure, I take the liberty of informing you of it in the hope of seeing mrs Madison & yourself here. and I do it with the less delay as I shall ere long be obliged to return to that place.— by a letter of Aug. 15. from Gen l Dearborn he sais in a P.S. that he has just recieved information that Bidwell had...