§ From Gideon Granger
13 January 1813, “Genl. post Office.” Encloses the answers of Charles Burrall, postmaster at Baltimore, to “a part of the queries put to him by the House of Representatives of maryland.”1
RC and enclosure (DLC). RC 1 p.; docketed by JM. For enclosure, see n. 1.
1. The seven-page enclosure, dated 18 Dec. 1812, contained Burrall’s deposition, including answers to “all the questions which have been propounded” about the incidents surrounding the riots at the Baltimore office of the Federal Republican on 22 June 1812.