United States War Department. To Thomas Worthington. Since the enemy sending troops up the St. Lawrence it becomes necessary to look to the safety of the north and northwestern frontiers, and the safety of Detroit very important.
United States. War Department. To Simon Snyder, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Requests that four thousand infantry and riflemen of Pennsylvania militia be called into service to protect Baltimore and Washington.
Executive Office, North Carolina, Raleigh. To James Monroe, Secretary of War. States he has frequently informed the war department that he is destitute of arms and unable to defend Wilmington and the immense naval stores in storage there.