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28 January 1803 , “ Near Natchez .” “The express which I despatched to New-Orleans, on the 11:...
3 March 1803 , “ Near Natchez .” Has received JM’s 17 Jan. letter enclosing one from the Spanish...
5 March 1803 , “ Near Natchez .” Encloses a letter from Hũlings communicating the latest...
15 March 1803 , “ Near Natchez .” Has been requested to forward the enclosed petition from the...
27 March 1803 , “ Near Natchez .” Acknowledges receipt of JM’s 14 Feb. letter with its enclosure...
The Road leading from this Territory thro’ the Chickasaw & chactaw country to Tennessee has...
7 September 1803 , “ Near Natchez .” Has reason to believe “that much of the vacant Land in...
30 September 1803 , “ Near Natchez .” Advised JM in his letter of 7 Sept. that citizens of the...
On last evening, I received by the express Mail, your Letter of the 31st. Ultimo, together with...
18 November 1803, Natchez. “Shortly after closing my despatches of this morning I received the...
Captain Turner, the commanding officer at Fort Adams has just arrived. He tells me that by...
26 November 1803, Natchez. “I have certain information that on the 11th Instant General Wilkinson...
The special messenger whom I despatched to New Orleans on the 18th instant, returned this...
30 November 1803 , “ Near Natchez .” Received JM’s communication of 14 Nov. with its enclosures...
1 December 1803, Natchez. “This day having proved fair, I embarked, a Company of the Natchez...
2 December 1803, Natchez. “The Mail this evening brought me a Letter from Mr. Clark, which I here...
I arrived here this evening and had the pleasure to meet General Wilkinson. I find that the boats...
The General is apparently making every possible preparation to embark immediately, but I fear we...
The transports as fast as they are completed receive their lading: and there is a prospect of a...
7 December 1803, Fort Adams. “Yesterday evening and until about noon this day we had so heavy a...
It is with singular Satisfaction, we announce to you the peaceful Transfer of the Province of...
8 December 1803, Fort Adams. “I am still at this place. An embarkation is talked of tomorrow; but...
I arrived here this evening about 24 hours after the Troops had disembarked. They had favorable...
The letter from the American Commissioners will inform you that we are now in possession of this...
20 December 1803, New Orleans. “We have the satisfaction to announce to you, that the province of...
Since my last I have been as busily engaged as circumstances would admit, in making such...
Our Letter of the 20th Inst. informed you of the Delivery of Louisiana to the United States, and...
The tranquillity in which I found this province is uninterrupted: and every appearance promises a...
Since our Letter of the 27. ulto but little Progress has been made in the Business of the...
The Orders from the French Commissioner, for the Delivery of the Posts at Natchitoches and those...