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My solicitude for the peninsula composed of Delaware & the Eastern Shores of Maryland and...
Wanted copies of the instructions to General Brown, for carrying into effect the plan of...
Agreably to the opinion of Genl. Harrison and myself expressed in our last letter to you, I shall...
It does not appear that Izard, tho’ the Senior officer of the District has been made acquainted...
The Treaty of Greenville in 1795. may be the basis of the new Treaty, with any improvements which...
It ought certainly to be at the discretion of Izard to accommodate his movements to those of the...
Note on Genl. Lewis letter to Secy. W. July 28. 1814. asking whether he is to Judge of the menace...
The Secretary of War will cause the supply of ammunition requested to be furnished. If the...
Note accompanying a return of sundry Brevets sent filled up and sealed from the Office. The...
If there be occasion for an appt. in the Quarter Masters Dept. Mr Tyler may be commissioned. If...