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To Bartholomew Schaumburgh. D. It is the duty of a brave & a firm soldier to bear up against calamity & not to sink under it. The letter reveals the sad situation before Jackson arrived to undertake his heroic defense of New Orleans.
United States 4 miles below New Orleans. To Robert Hays. Describes the preparations for and early stages of the Battle of New Orleans.
Washington. To Charles Harris, Savannah, Georgia. Everybody is looking to the fate of Orleans - if there is no man to save it General Jackson must.
United States Headquarters, 7 Military District, Fort Pierce. To Peter Early, Millidgeville, Georgia. Deals with preparations for the conquest of Louisiana.
United States New Orleans. To James Brown. concerns the state of the defenses of New Orleans, preparations for receiving the British, the Battle of New Orleans and the events immediately following the battle.
Landing Place before New Orleans. To J.S. Bailey, New Orleans. You supply Lieut. Rose, of the 1st West Indies Regiment with