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Fort George, Canada. To Peter Buell Porter, Cyrenius Chapin and Joseph McClure. Buffalo. As he has no authority to sanction their plan for the levy of a body of volunteers, he has sent a copy of their letter to the Secretary of war for his decision.
Creek Nation. To John T. Wirt, Mobile, Alabama. Concerns the money due James Cornells for his services as guide and interpreter on my Journey through this Nation.
To John T. Wirt, Mobile, Alabama. Concerns a bill of John Weatherford for his services as an interpreter in passing the Creek nation during troubled days with his horse.
Head Quarters, New Orleans, Louisiana. To Ferdinand Leigh Claiborne, Commanding Officer, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Orders for the organization of troops defending Louisiana.
New Orleans, Head Quarters. To John, Ballinger, Balize. Requests him to complete his company, put up sheds and encamp his men.
New Orleans, Louisiana. To Capt. James B. Many of the artillery as officer commanding at the Balize. Instructions on fortifying the Balize for the protection of New Orleans.
New Orleans, Louisiana. To Daniel Todd, Patterson, United States Navy, New Orleans, Louisiana. Requesting information on the present disposition of the flotilla
Head Quarters, New Orleans, Louisiana. To John Ballinger. Directs exploration of approaches to New Orleans and to note in particular the depth and width of the water and the force necessary to defend the passes and the arms to be employed.
New Orleans, Louisiana. To John Ballinger, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I hope the Enemies of the Government & the friends of the Enemy may be silenced, and that the spirit of the Country may meet the Crisis of its affairs. The Catastrophe of Hull I…
New Orleans, Louisiana. To John Ballinger. Do what you can to induce a Battalion of volunteers to engage in the service.
New Orleans, Louisiana. To John Ballinger. He has no hopes of assistance from the militia as he is confident no law can be passed by the present legislature because of the opposition in the senate.
New Orleans, Louisiana. To John Ballinger. You will proceed with a recruiting party to Baton Rouge, making every exertion to compleat your Company.