FIRST. That the act of Congress regulating trade and
intercourse with Indian Tribes be strictly enforced
SECOND. That no traders be permitted to reside
among the Indians, but such as have been licensed ac-
cording to law
THIRD. That you press upon the minds of the Indians
the benefit resulting to them by exclusively trading with
FOURTH. That so soon as the Indians visiting the
Factory shall have their trade, you hasten their return
FIFTH. That you discourage and take all the means in
your power to prevent the Indians from exchanging their
peltry with the whites for ardent spirits
SIXTH. That you bring the provisions of the law, to
bear against such citizens as shall sell ardent spirits to
SEVENTH. That you endeavor to excite among the
Several Tribes a disposition to live in peace with all na-
EIGHTH. That you protect and treat with kindness
not only our own Indians but Individuals of such other
Tribes without the limits of the United States as may
visit your agency
NINTH. That you endeavor to ascertain the policy ob-
served by the Spanish Authorities towards the Indians
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
residing on the Waters of Red River, and how far the
same may be friendly or otherwise towards the United
FINALLY. That you keep the governor of Louisiana
informed of such occurrences within the limits of vour
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agency as may in any manner affect the interest of this
State or the views of the government
I am Sir,
Your humble Servant
Signed William C. C. Claiborne
John Jamison, Esquire
To William H. Crawford.
New Orleans May 18th 1816.-
Your letter of the twentieth of Jan-
uary last came, enclosed to me the other day, under cover
of one from Colonel Jamison, dated at Natchez the fourth
of this month The Colonel was then on his
way to Natchitoches, to assume the duties of his agency,
and I have addressed to him at that place a letter of in-
struction, of which the enclosed is a Copy
You will observe that the removal of
the factory and Agency from Nachitoches to a position
on the Sabine, is deemed by me highly estimable ;
But in as much as it is necessary to place them under the
protection of a military Post, I take the liberty to recom-
mend that orders be given for the establishment of a
small garrison on the Sabine, at or near the Nacogdoches
road crosses the same, and that the factory and agency
be removed to that place as soon as the suitable buildings
can be erected The Inhabitants of the Parish
and Town of Natchitoches have long complained of the
Inconvenience to which they were subjected by the fre-
quent visits of Indians and I really think that the Inter-
404 MISSISSIPPI TERRITORIAL ARCHIVES.
est of all concerned requires that the cause of Complaint
be removed which can only be done by locating the Fac-
tory and Agency at some more frontier position
I have the honor to be
With great respect
Your obedient Servant,
Signed William C. C. Claiborne
William H. Crawford
Secretary at War
To Daniel L. Patterson.
New Orleans, May ISth 181(5
Elias ainirault Duplessis a native of Louisiana and
Inhabitant of this city, in a trading voyage to cap Henry
in the Island of Hayti, has I am informed been impris-
oned by the authorities there, under charges of being an
emigrant from that Island, and a French Spy
The Father and the Brother of Mr. Duplessis Solicitous
to forward by some safe and Speedy conveyance to cap
Henry documents to prove his nativity, place of Resi-
dence and the innocent object of his voyage, I am induced
to ask, how far you may feel at liberty, to order the com-
mander of some vessels attached to your command and
cruising in the gulph to call at cap Henry, and to deliver
to the authorities there the aforesaid documents
If the convenience of the service would admit of your giv-
ing such an order, you will contribute to the release from
confinement perhaps to the preservation of the life of a
LETTER BOOKS OF W. C. C. CLAIBORNE. 405
fellow citizen whose course of conduct has I am per-
suaded been uniformly correct and honorable
I am Sir
Your humble Servant
Signed William C. C. Claiborne
Daniel L. Patterson
To the Governor of Pennsylvania.
New Orleans 7th June 1816..
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your
Excellency's letter under date of the 28th of March last,
enclosing an authenticated Copy of an Act of the Legis-
lature of Pennsylvania, Entitled "AN ACT FOR THE
RELIEF OF THE HOSPITAL OF NEW ORLEANS
AND the PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL.
This act shall be submitted to the general Assembly of
Louisiana at an early day of their ensuing session, nor do
I doubt, but they will readily accede to the terms on which
the State of Pennsylvania consents to grant to the hospi-
tal of New Orleans, an annuity of Five hundred Dollars
for Ten Years In the mean time, I have ac-
quitted myself of a pleasing duty in laying a copy of the
act aforesaid before the administrators of the hospital,
and in obedience to their request, I now transmit to your
Excellency, an extract from the Journal of their proceed-
ings It will shew the grateful Sentiments which
the very generous donation of Pennsylvania has in-
spired and the high sense entertained of the truly human
benevolent and honorable motives which influence Coun-
406 MISSISSIPPI TERRITORIAL ARCHIVES.
cils of that great and respectable State
I tender to your Excellency the assur-
My Sincere Esteem and Respect
Signed William C. C. Claiborne
The governor of the State of Pennsylvania.
To William H: Crawford.
gir New Orleans July 13th 1816
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of a letter
from Mr. P. Haytum the additional accountant of the
war department under date of the twenty fifth may 1816,
announcing that the claim of the State of Louisiana for
the disbursements for Fortifications have been adjusted
and settled and the sum of $16480,,17/100 admitted and
which amount was subject to the disposition of the au-
thority of the State of Louisiana In conse-
quence of the high rate of exchange, and indeed the im-
practicability of passing bills in Washington, at this mo-
ment, I have to request that you would transmit me the
amount aforesaid in Treasury Bills or in an order on the
Banks of this city payable to the order of Felix Armand
Esqr. Treasurer of the State of Louisiana, who will for-
ward duplicate receipts therefor In the mean
time you will hold this letter as a voucher for the pay-
ment of the sum of $16,480,,! 7/100 admitted to be duo to
the State of Louisiana as aforesaid
I have the honor to be
Your humble Servant-
Signed William C. C. Claiborne
William H. Crawford, Secretary at War
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