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In my last letter, I had the honor to advise you of the defeat of the Revolutionists in the...
We have the afflicting intelligence of the fall of the City of Washington, but are not yet...
I congratulate you on the Glorious issue of the contest in which was involved the Safety of this...
I have the honor to inclose you, a copy of Some Resolutions which have been adopted by the...
An event has happened here, which has occasioned some agitation in the public mind. The Gun Boats...
Designing Men here, have made the most of the imprudent conduct of the Navy officers; they affect...
By the northern mail of this morning, we have private letters, which state the attack & Capture...
I have the honor to inclose you two letters, which I have received from Governor Folch, together...
Finding Mrs. Claiborne’s Health much impaired, and being apprehensive that a residence here...
I shall set out for New-Orleans in two Days, & expect to arrive there on or before the 18th....