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Letter not found. 1 June 1810. Calendared as a one-page letter in the lists probably made by...
19 March 1810, New Orleans. The resignation of Philip Grymes as U.S. attorney for the Orleans...
The enclosed Letter is from the Lady Abbess of the Ursuline Convent, And in compliance with her...
19 November 1809, New Orleans. His official letters to Gallatin will give details of the...
I have the honor to enclose you a paper containing a late Report of the Adjutant General of this...
I have the honor to inform you, that on the 30h Ultimo, I entered upon the duties of the office...
8 March 1811, New Orleans. Forwards a memorial from the Legislative Council and House of...
My friend Mr Joseph Saul Cashier of the Orleans Bank, going to the northern states for the...
Since my letter of the 14 th Instant , it has been deemed expedient to proceed against m r...
We are assured he[r]e, on the authority of Admiral Cockran, that a treaty of Peace between the...
Believing that the discussion which the question as to the right of property in the Batture in...
19 July 1813, New Orleans. “Influenced solely from a wish to serve a Citizen eminently entitled...
Your favour of the 24h April has been duly received. The Letter which you addressed to the Lady...
In conformity to the request of the Legislative Council & House of Representatives of the...
A sincere disposition to serve a worthy and useful Member of Society, induces me to take the...
Permit me the honor to introduce to your acquaintance, M r Poidrass , the Delegate from Orleans...
I have heard with great regret, that you should have been disturbed in your Retirement, by that...
17 December 1809 , “ Near New Orleans .” Informs JM of the death of his second wife from yellow...
In the suit brought by Edward Livingston Against Le Breton D’orgenoy late marshal of the District...
You will no doubt have seen the Proclamation by the President , which made it my duty to take...
I have the honor to enclose you a Copy of a Communication, I made on yesterday to the Territorial...
I congratulate you on the Glorious issue of the contest in which was involved the Safety of this...
I take the liberty to enclose you the Names of the ten Citizens, nominated by the House of...
We have the afflicting intelligence of the fall of the City of Washington, but are not yet...
In a Letter from M r Mather Mayor of N w Orleans , under date of the 23 rd of July , he speaks of...
I sincerely Wish the Mediation of Russia may eventuate in an early and honorable adjustment of...
Immediately on the Receipt of your favour of the Instant (which was handed me two days since), I...
As my Commission as Governor of Orleans, will expire on the 17th. of January next, I take the...
In a Letter which I addressed to the Mayor of New-Orleans , under date of the 7 h Instant , I...
Since my last Letter , I have made an agreeable Tour thro’ the Eastern States:—The encrease of...
I received your friendly note of the 30 th of November, enclosing a Letter to a Gentleman at the...
Had my health permited, I should have availed myself of the Honor of your Invitation, and been...
At the request of Colo: Liblong late an Officer in the Spanish service, and one of the most...
In my last letter, I had the honor to advise you of the defeat of the Revolutionists in the...
I have the pleasure to inform you, that the Laws of this Territory, is are enforced in every part...
I left New Orleans on the 12th. ultimo, on a tour thro’ the State , as well with a view to inform...
I have the honor to enclose you attested Copies of a Petition to Congress from sundry Inhabitants...
Wanting in the case of the batture. (copy deliv d to Gov r Claiborne ) Edict of 1664. granting to...