In the first two letters (written March 17 and May 25, 1791), Knox discusses gathering troops "for the purpose of marking the line next October mentioned in the treaty of the Creeks" (referring to the new boundary lines agreed upon in the Treaty of...
In the letter Coffee, who is Surveyor General of the northern section of the Mississippi Territory, carefully describes his proposed boundary lines between the United States and the Indian lands; he subtly reproves his fellow commissioners, who...
In the letter Bankhead congratulates Tallulah for her well-received performance in the play FOOTLOOSE. He mentions that he has sent money so that she can buy clothes, but he tells her warns her to use it spend it carefully: "...try to make it go as...
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