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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Miscellaneous, A-Bo:

Bu-D:

E-I:

J-L:

Ma-Mi:

Mo-O:

P-S:

T-U:

V – Z:

Livingston, Robert R.:

Louisiana:

Louis XIV-Louis XVI

Books:

Parsons, Edward Alexander:

Appointments:

Oversized items from boxes 3E477 through 3E489:

Additions

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Edward Alexander Parsons Collection, 1678-1928, 1951



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Parsons, Edward Alexander, 1878-1962.
Creator: Wilkinson, James, 1757-1825.
Creator: Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.
Creator: Galvez, Bernardo de, 1746-1786.
Creator: Laffite, Jean. Miro, Esteban, 1744-1795.
Creator: Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715.
Creator: Louis XV, King of France, 1710-1774.
Creator: Miro, Esteban, 1744-1795.
Title: Parsons, Edward Alexander, collection
Dates: 1678-1928, 1951
Abstract: The material in the Edward Alexander Parsons Collection, 1678-1928, 1951, comprises a wide variety of manuscript documents relating the American South, primarily around Louisiana.
Accession No.: 93-492; 2009-324; 2012-099
Extent: 6 ft., 6 in.
Language: Materials are written in English, Spanish, and French.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

A lawyer in New Orleans, Louisiana, Edward Alexander Parsons (1878-1962) married and had at least one daughter. A bibliophile, he briefly worked for the New Orleans Public Library in the 1930s and over a period of sixty years built a private collection, known as the Bibliotheca Parsoniana, with over 8,000 manuscripts and 40,000 publications on the American South, which was acquired by the University of Texas at Austin in 1958. An avid researcher and amateur historian, Parsons published numerous articles, pamphlets, and books, such as The Noble Art of Printing: An Exposition, with Some Account of Johann Gutenberg, the Father of Printing (1940), The Letters of Robert R. Livingston: The Diplomatic Story of the Louisiana Purchase (1943), The Alexandrian Library, Glory of the Hellenic World: Its Rise, Antiquities, and Destructions (1952), and The Wonder and the Glory: Confessions of a Southern Bibliophile (1962).

Source:

Lentz, Lamar. "The Parsons Collection Revisited."The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin, No. 30, 1985: pp. 70-81.

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Scope and Contents

The material in the Edward Alexander Parsons Collection, 1678-1928, 1951, comprises a wide variety of manuscript documents concerning the American South, primarily Louisiana and surrounding areas. Records provide a wealth of information about government of the area by the French and Spanish in the 18th Century; negotiations between the United States and these countries for free navigation of the Mississippi River and for the Louisiana Purchase; activities of the Louisiana Militia in the War of 1812 and the Battle of New Orleans; and the Aaron Burr/James Wilkinson conspiracy. Individual documents of note include correspondence and legal records relating to privateer and smuggler Jean Lafitte, 1813-1815; correspondence of General James Wilkinson regarding the War of 1812 and other matters; two late 18th-century letters from Thomas Jefferson regarding settlement, navigation, and Native Americans; and many documents from Louis XIV through Louis XVI.

Archivist's note: Oversized items within series I. Miscellaneous through IX. T-U are also identified with current box, folder, and item number in series XVII. Oversized items from boxes 3E477 through 3E489.

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Arrangement

The papers are primarily arranged alphabetically by creator into eighteen series, which are then organized chronologically:
  • I. Miscellaneous
  • II. A-Bo
  • III. Bu-D
  • IV. E-I
  • V. J-L
  • VI. Ma-Mi
  • VII. Mo-O
  • VIII. P-S
  • IX. T-U
  • X. V-Z
  • XI. Livingston, Robert R.
  • XII. Louisiana
  • XIII. Louis XIV-Louis XVI
  • XIV. Books
  • XV. Parsons, Edward Alexander
  • XVI. Appointments
  • XVII. Oversized items from boxes 3E477 through 3E489
  • XVIII. Additions

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Due to the fragility of these manuscripts, the microfilm should be used to obtain copies of the collection material.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Parsons, Edward Alexander, 1878-1962 -- Archives.
Burr, Aaron, 1756-1836.
Wilkinson, James, 1757-1825.
Laffite, Jean. Miro, Esteban, 1744-1795.
McDonogh, John, 1779-1850.
Louis XIV, King of France, 1638-1715.
Louis XV, King of France, 1710-1774.
Louis XVI, King of France, 1754-1793.
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.
Galvez, Bernardo de, 1746-1786.
Miro, Esteban, 1744-1795.
Subjects
Louisiana Purchase.
New Orleans (La.), Battle of, 1815.
Places
Louisiana -- History -- Sources.
New Orleans (La.) -- History--Sources.
United States -- History -- War of 1812 -- Sources.

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Separated Material

Some material has been separated to the Money Collection.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Edward Alexander Parsons Collection, 1678-1928, 1951, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Kristine L. Toma, 1995. Subsequent revisions were made by Abigail Schultz and Courtney Chartier, 2003-2004; Megan Mummey, January 2010; Laurel Rozema, March 2011; and Bethany Anderson, June 2012.

Alternate Format Available

A microfilm copy of the majority of this collection is available for use in the SRH Winkler Microfilm Room. It coordinates with the box, folder, and item organization and consists of series I. Miscellaneous through XVII. Oversized items from boxes 3E477 through 3E489. The only series not on microfilm is XVIII. Additions.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Miscellaneous, A-Bo:

box folder
3E477 1 31 miscellaneous and unidentified pieces:
1. Typescript of general orders and correspondence concerning Major General Benjamin F. Butler in New Orleans, May 1862-January 1863.
2. Relacion de los Individuous que baxanon de Kentucky en dos chalanes para estalecense en est distrito de Natchez, June 1788.
3. Relacion de la Tente reparida en los cinco chalanes que baxan de Kentucky de la pertenecia del Brigadier Dn. Jimes Wilkinson en los que ba el Mayor Mr. Dunn y el Capitan Dn. Alexandro. June 7, 1788.
4. "Further Recollections of New Orleans, 1856."
5. Distribution des gardes du camp Jourdan le 18. Januier 1815.
6. List
7. October 4, 1726. Signed Deverieul. Fr.
8. Copy of adjudication of land to [ ]. December 26, 1766.
9. Hist. de la Louis references, 1815-1819. Notes of journals of [ ].
10. La Louisianne. A Versailles. January 12, 1715.
11. "Both Nations being at present friendly and not at war..." [undated].
12. Deliberation de general [ ]. Fevrico 14, 1770.
13. A Son Honneur a General Wilkinson. January 20, 1807.
14. Honarable protecteur des Francais refugies... Gallosin Co., Kentucky. October 1817.
15. [ ] notes sur l'affaire [ ] chat.
16. James Wilkinson address of inhabitants of the district of Saint Charles, 1805. 2 images of Wilkinson.
17. Daniel McMullin, December 5, 1814. Deposition of Patterson and Ross. Certain goods taken at Barabaria.
18. Examinations of John Oliver and E. Williams. US vs. Patterson and Ross.
19. Lithoprint of James Wilkinson.
20. Pay to the order of Henry Johnson, 6% interest on Scrip.
21. Hon. Samuel D. McEnery clipping.
22. Page from book. Governor of Louisiana, Hon. Francis T. Nicholls.
23. Clipping, "Extracts from Governor Moore's Military Order," dated May 15.
24. Correspondence. D. Caffery to Lawrence A. Bower.
25. R.L. Gibson. February 1, 1809.
26. Clipping. Louisiana Courier. New Orleans. Monday, November 24, 1817. Death notice of William Charles Cole Clairborne.
27. Financial document. Compte des merchandises.... March 17, 1787.
28. [ ] notes del M.R. Mariguy [?].
29. Letter and envelope from Charles A. Lindbergh to Edward A. Parsons, February 27, 1928.
30. Letter from Frank McCaffrey. February 16, 1932.
31. Notes on New Orleans Public Library stationery.
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3E477 2 A-Am [9 items]:
1. Adair, John. ALS to Wilkinson, James, General. February 14, 1802.
2. Agò, Pomphilio. ALS to Elcio. 1879.
3. Allain, Francisco. ADS, request for appointment of Simon Porche as sergeant. 12 February 1792.
4. Amigo y Lopez, Juan Francisco. ADS certificate of baptism of Bernabé Lens. 5 August 1787.
5. Almonester y Roxas, Andres. ALS to de Regio, Carlos mad Barre, Francisco Pascalis de la. 12 December 1789.
6. Almonester y Roxas, Andres. ALS to the MYA signed by Almonester y Roxas and others. 2 December 1795.
7. Alpenente, Mathias. Account book of the people of New Orleans and their rents from January 1791 - 31 December 1791. 23 December 1791.
8. d'Ampierre, A. ALS to unidentified recipient. May 1706.
9. Alpuente, Mathias de. Account book for the people of New Orleans. 23 December 1791.
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3E477 3 Ar-Ay [6 items]:
1. d'Argenson, M. ALS to Adam, Sect. of war to Louis XV. August 20, 1790.
2. d’Arnaud, Joseph. ALS to [O'Reilley, Alexander], Governor of Louisiana. February 24, 1770.
3. d'Arnaud, Joseph. ALS to [O'Reilly, Alexander] Governor -general of Louisiana. 2 March 1770.
4. Aubry Charles Phillipe. ADS copy in the hand of Cenas, Hilary B. concerning patented concessions made by the French government of lands in Louisiana. 18 June 1766.
5. Aubry Charles Phillipe. ADS honoring Claude, a sergeant. 15 November 1769.
6. Ayala, Ignacio de. ALS to Espetata y Goldeano. 22 February 1789.
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3E477 4 Armesto, Andres Lopez [9 items]:
1. Armesto, Andres Lopez. ADS copy to royal decree concerning contracts (6 September 1789). 19 May 1785.
2. Armesto, Andres Lopez. ADS certified copy of four trial cases in the Supreme Court in Havana. 22 November 1787.
3. Miró, Esteban Rodriguez. Annual report from Armesto to the King of Spain. 12 November 1788.
4. Armesto, Andres Lopez. ALS copy to the King of Spain, including ALS of Miró, Esteban Rodriguez to the MYA and an annual report of Miró. 2 May 1789.
5. Miró, Esteban Rodriguez. ALS to MYA included in ALS from Armesto to the King of Spain. 11 August 1789.
6. Armesto, Andres Lopez. AL copy to Charles IV, King of Spain. 8 June 1790.
7. Armesto, Andres Lopez. AL copy of the King's letter granting a pardon to all criminals guilty of contraband under conditions of enclosed decree dated 23 March 1791. 13 July 1791.
8. Armesto, Andres Lopez. ADS copy of royal decree concerning a new procedure for testaments. 14 May 1792.
9. Armesto, Andres Lopez. ADS copy of an original request for financial support to the King of Spain for the American colonies to continue the war against France. 25 June 1793.
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3E477 5 Augustin, George. Letters, signatures, envelopes, cards, 1862-1928 [18 items]:
1. Note from George Augustin. "Rec'd from EA Parsons three dollars for book of old letters."January 28, 1928. New Orleans. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
2. Envelope with George Augustin's address.
3. Signature of Charles [Freeman?], Associate Justice Supreme Court office. [undated]
4. Signatures of F.P. Poch, R.B. Todd, Charles [Freeman?], L.B. Watkins. [undated]
5. Boulanger, General. Letter to Monsieur le Ridaiteur en Chief, signed General Boulanger. New Orleans, [?] 21, 1881. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
6. Beauregard, G. T. Speech. 18 April 1883. 6 pp. Hw. Fr.
7. Letter from E. B[?] to George Augustin. August 24 [1888]. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
8. Davis, Jefferson. Letter from Jefferson Davis to Col. Jno. Augustin. New Orleans, March 30, 1882. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
9. Davis, Jefferson. Letter to Col. Jno. Augustin regarding a reunion of the La. Division, Army of Tennessee on the anniversary of Shiloh. Beauvior, Hamson County, April 3, 1883. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
10. Envelope from George Augustin, County Clerk, Supreme Court of Louisiana. Addressed to Mr. Harry Yates in Australia. New Orleans, December 2, 1887. 2 pp. Eng.
11. Ribbon. "World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition. Complimentary Excursion to the Iowa Press Association, April 1st, 1884."
12. Letter to Augustin. [no enclosures]. Signed Jenny Wilde. September 17, 1891.
13. Hampton, Wade. Letter to [?], General. Signed by Wade Hampton. Washington, January 22, 1883. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
14. Letter to Mr. Pond. "Please admit two for tonight's concert, St. Charles Theatre." Signed Christine Nilsson-Raiyard[?]. New Orleans, January 12, 1883. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
15. Gayarre, Charles. Letter from Charles Gayarre to D. Augustin. New Orleans, May 24, 1867. 2 pp. Hw. Fr.
16. Card. "Association of the Army of Tennessee, Louisiana Division (veterans) 10th Anniversary. New Orleans, April 6th & 7th, 1887." 2 pp. Color. Eng.
17. State of Georgia. For work done and provisions furnished, or either, in and about the construction of the Wills Valley Railroad, this will be received for fifty cents, in payment of stock due and owing said Wills Valley Railroad Company, July 1st, 1862.
18. Description of an unnamed stage production. [n.p.] [undated]. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E477 6 B-Bd [6 items]:
1. Bainbridge, William. ALS to Dearborn, Henry, General. 12 October 1823.
2. Ballinger, T., captain. ALS to Wilkinson, James. August 30, 1812.
3. Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss, General. ADS signed petition from citizens concerning release of John T. Monroe, Mayor. [1862].
4. [Barbé]-Marbois, [François de], Marquis. ALS to Mrs. Joel Barlow. 31 August 1831.
5. Barcelonne, Cyrille de. ADS copy in the hand of Armesto, Andres Lopez concerning the charity hospital of New Orleans. 16 January 1779.
6. Barrow, Alexander. ALS to unknown recipient concerning school for his sons Alexander and Willie.
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3E477 7 Be-Bh [6 items]:
1. Beauregard, Jacques Toutant. ADS requesting an increase in the price of bear oil. 17 January 1771.
2. Beauregard, Jacques Toutant. ALS to MYA concerning regulation of commerce in city of New Orleans. 23 August 1771.
3. Beauregard, Luis Toutant. AD legal curriculum vitae of Luis Toutant Beauregard.
4. Bellile. Francois. ALS to Luis de Unzaga y Ameraga. 13 October 1770.
5. Benton, Thomas Hart. ALS to Isaac T. Preston, Colonel. 15 February [?].
6. Bermudez, Francisco. ADS concerning Francisco Bernucho and Antonio Dubois. 5 February 1801.
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3E477 8 Bi-Bn [6 items]:
1. Biddle, Thomas. ALS to Wilkinson, James. June 17, 1808.
2. Biddle, Charles. ALS to Wilkinson, James. July 17, 1807.
3. Blanchard, Newton Crain. ALS to Ben Perley Poore. 23 January 1883 and newspaper clipping of Blanchard.
4. Bienville, Jean Baptiste de Moyne, Sieur de. ADS placing Deblanc in temporary command of the Louisiana Infantry. 2 July 1723.
5. Billy, D. ALS to officer commanding barrack guards at New Orleans. 10 February 1815.
6. Blennerhasset, Harmon. ALS to James Brown. 9 December 1805.
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3E477 9 Blanc, Antonio, Bishop. ALS to William George Read. 16 November 1843
10 Blanque, M. en opposition a Burthe Contre [Pierre Clement de.] Laussat. New Orleans. 35 pp. typed. 2 February 1804.
11 Bo-Bt [7 items]:
1. Bonhomme. ADS petition to Acadie, Comté d', Judge of, regarding Andrew Green. 2 August 1805.
2. Boré, Jean Etienne. ADS decree for the establishment of the municipal authority at New Orleans. 30 November 1803.
3. Bourgeois, Reinele. Bill of sale of negro slave, Fanny. 20 March 1811.
4. Breckenridge, John. 2 ALS to William Cary Nicholas. 17 August 1803.
5. Breckenridge, John. 2 ALS to Wilson Cary Nicholas. 15 September 1803.
6. Brian J. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 24, 1815.
7. Brown, James. ALS to Joseph Reed. 7 December 1816.
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3E477 12 Bouligny, Francisco [5 items]:
1-4. Bouligny, Francisco. Conditions of population and commerce of New Orleans and Spanish Louisiana. [four bound booklets.] 19 August 1776.
5. Bouligny, Francisco, Colonel. ADS admitting Antonio de St. Marent as a cadet in 7th Co. 20 February 1794 and 31 July 1800.

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Bu-D:

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3E478 1 Butler, Major-General Benjamin. Copy of disputed General Orders, no. 28. Headquarters, Department of the Gulf, New Orleans. 15 May 1862.
2 Bu-Bz [11 items]:
1. Buisson, Benjamin. ALS to Austin Fortier. 23 March 1847.
2-6. 5 Buller, Robert. ALS to David B. Morgan. 11 January 1815, 19 January 1815, 22 January 1815, 30 January 1815, 21 February 1815.
7. Buller, Robert. ALS to Tousard, Anne Louise, Chevalier de. 28 February 1815
8. Burr, Aaron. ADS concerning court case in which Burr was attorner for the plantiff. 1 August [?].
9. Butler, Andrew Pickens. ALS to unknown recipient. 16 June [18]56.
10. Butler, Benjamin Franklin, general. ALS to John B. Monroe, Mayor of New Orleans. 17 May 1862.
11. Butler, Pierce Mason. ALS to Waddy Thompson. 4 February 1841.
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3E478 3 Caldwell, Phillips. 2 ALS to General David B. Morgan. December 28, 1814, January 31, 1815.
4 Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de. To [unidentified recipients] - M [6 items]:
1. ALS to unknown recipient concerning conditions in Louisiana. 16 January 1792.
2. ALS to unknown recipient concerning affairs of state in Louisiana. 29 May 1793.
3. ALS to Dehault de Lassus. 8 June 1796.
4. ALS to Dehault de Lassus. 1 July 1796.
5. ALS to Pedro Marigny. 30 May 1797.
6. ALS to unknown recipient. 6 August 1797.
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3E478 5 Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de. To MYA, New Orleans. 15 ALS:
1. 16 July 1791.
2. 13 January 1792.
3. 30 March 1792.
4. 14 May 1792.
5. 25 June 1793.
6. 25 June 1793.
7. 16 September 1793.
8. 12 December 1793.
9. 1 May 1795.
10. 5 May 1795.
11. 5 June 1795.
12. 22 November 1796.
13. 16 December 1796.
14. 13 July 1797.
15. 13 July 1797.
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3E478 6 Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de. To N-Z [10 items]:
1. ALS to Joaquim d'Osorno. 23 April 1794.
2. ALS to Joaquim d’Osorno. 4 December 1797.
3. ALS to Pedro la Ronde. 21 October 1793.
4. ALS to Pedro la Ronde. 8 November 1793.
5. ALS to Pedro la Ronde. 31 December 1796.
6. ALS to Pedro la Ronde. [?] December 1793.
7. ALS to Pedro la Ronde. 21 October 1795.
8. ALS to [?] Trudeau. 23 June 1792.
9. ALS to Antonio St. Arnaud concerning the regulations of slaves. 12 January 1796.
10. ALS to Nicholás María Vidal. 2 May 1795.
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3E478 7 Carondelet, Francisco Luis Hector, Baron de [5 items]:
1. ADS concerning defense of Louisiana. 2 February 1792.
2. ADS order issued to Gilberto Guille to fill a commission and to obtain help. 4 April 1794.
3. ADS deed to 800 arpanes of land in the District of Louisiana [Natchez] sold to Theophile Collins. 1 April 1795.
4. ADS order to city council of New Orleans prohibiting foriegn negroes and creoles from entering New Orleans. 19 February 1796.
5. ADS issuing passports to Manuel Arnaiz and Antonio Gongalez. 20 April 1796.
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3E478 8 Car-Cas [3 items]:
1. Carroll, William. ALS to Alfred Osborne Pope Nicholson. 16 December 1833.
2. Casa-Calvo, Sebastian. ALS to unknown recipient concerning the capture by the French privateer La Coquette of American ships. 28 March 1804.
3. Caso-Calvo, Sebastian. ALS to General Jams Wilkinson, April 19, 1801.
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3E478 9 Ch-Ck [10 items]:
1. Chanterey, F. ALS to Fulwar Skipwith, American Consul in Paris. 19 July 1808.
2. Charles III, King of Spain. ALS concerning Bernardo de Galves. Countersigned. 26 July 1778.
3. Charles III, King of Spain. ALS to the governor of New Orleans concerning moving the convent of the Ursulinas Sisters of New Orleans to Cuba. Countersigned. 23 April 1777.
4. Charles III, King of Spain. ADS order concerning Gilbert Guillemaro. Countersigned. 17 February 1780.
5. Charles IV, King of Spain. ALS to the citizens of New Orleans and the province of Louisiana announcing the death of Charles III. Countersigned. 20 December 1788.
6. Charles IV, King of Spain. ADS concerning Pedro de la Ronde. Countersigned. 18 March 1789.
7. Charles IV, King of Spain. ADS appointment of Santiago Livaudais. 15 October 1798.
8. Charles IV, King of Spain. ADS approving the establishment in New Orleans of a new lighting system. Countersigned. 19 May 1801.
9. Chotard, H. 2 ALS to General David B. Morgan. December 29, 1814.
10. Chotard, H. 2 ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 12, 1815.
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3E478 10 Claiborne, William Charles Cole letters [13 items]:
1. ALS to unknown recipient. 13 April 1807.
2. ALS to unknown recipient. 25 October 1814.
3. ALS to Nicholas Girod, mayor of the city of New Orleans. 4 May 1814.
4. ALS to Nicholas Girod, mayor of the city of New Orleans. 8 September 1814.
5. ALS to Nicholas Girod, mayor of the city of New Orleans. 30 March 1815.
6. ALS to Augustus McCarty. 25 April 1816.
7. ALS to Augustus McCarty. 10 June 1816.
8. ALS to David B. Morgan. 5 January 1815.
9. ALS to David B. Morgan. 16 January 1815.
10. ALS to [?] Porter, captain. 11 November 1809.
11. ALS to James Wilkinson, general. 18 August 1807.
12. ALS to James Wilkinson, general. 27 February 1813.
13. ALS to James Wilkinson, general 6 April 1813.
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3E478 11 Claiborne, William Charles Cole, miscellaneous [4 items]:
1. ADS affidavit of Claiborne concerning correspondence between Jean Laffite and the English, September 1814. Undated.
2. ADS authorizing the governor to hire out persons sentenced to imprisonment at hard labor. 24 February 1814.
3. Extract of the register of deliberations of the souncil of administration of the Charity Hospital of New Orleans. 9 August 1814.
4. ADS granting petition of Jean Laffite. 28 July 1815.
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3E478 12 Cl-Cz [11 items]:
1. Clark, J. W. ALS to General [?] Green. 2 November 1813
2. [Cherry, Captain.?] ALS to Brigadier Major James H. Gordon. 10 January 1815.
3. Coble, H. ALS to Joseph Bryan. 21 November 1804.
4. Coffee, John. ALS to unknown recipient concerning Colonel de Leronde, 23 December 1814. Undated.
5. Coffee, John. ALS to Colonel de Leronde. 20 July 1816.
6. Translation of above.
7. Collell, Francisco. ALS to Pedro Garronde. 31 March 1804.
8. Collell, Francisco. ALS to Pedro Garronde. 27 [?] 1804.
9. Costa. Joseph. ADS sworn before Commander Lawson. 5 December 1814.
10. Creel, David. ALS to unknown recipient concerning the trial of Aaron Burr. Undated.
11. Creel, David. ALS to O. A. Oldroyd concerning the trial of Aaron Burr. 15 November 18[7?]5.
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3E478 13 Da-Dd [5 items]:
1. Dacqueny, J. ALS to General James Wilkinson. July 14, 1812.
2. Daniel J. W. ALS to Lieutenant Colonel Purdy. July 1812.
3. Dapors, M., Lieutenant. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 7, 1815.
4. Davis, Lieutenant John. ALS to General James Wilkinson. August 11, 1812.
5. Davis, Jefferson. ALS to Samuel M. Duncan. 12 April 1882.
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3E478 14 Darby, William. Letter and printed item addressed to Colonel Abraham Wooley, Washington. 30 November 1849.
15 De-Dn [6 items]:
1. Dearborn, Henry. ALS to unknown recipient. 9 November 1819.
2. Debuys, Gaspar. ADS certifying that Francisco Bernucho anmd Antonio Dubois have been employed 3 days. 5 February 1801.
3. Delvaux, Juan. ADS announcing the baptism of his son and claiming him as his legal heir. 30 June 1795.
4. Derbigny, Pierre Auguste Charles. ALS to Josiah Stoddard Johnson. 27 November 1826.
5. Derbigny, Pierre Auguste Charles. ALS to E. Gurley. 4 December 1804.
6. Dexter, Samuel. ALS to General James Wilkinson. September 6, 1800.
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3E478 16 Derbigny, J. Letter to the Governor of Mississippi, Executive Office, New Orleans. 15 June 1821.
17 Do-Dt [3 items]:
1. Dormenon, Pierre. ALS to Major Simon Porche. 31 August 1807.
2. Downes, William. ALS to James Know Polk. 11 August 1846.
3. Dournford, Thomas. ADS certifying that Francisco Bernuché and Antonio Dubois have been employed 3 days in the general check-up of cmineys in the 4th sector of New Orleans. 5 February 1801.
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3E478 18 Du [8 items]:
1. DuBourg, P. F. Bill parcel of P. F. DuBourg. 12 July 1804.
2. Ducarpe Jean Baptiste. ADS petition to Chvalier de Louis Kelenec Pierre Gaspar de Rochemore cocerning the mulatress Francoise. Countersigned. 9 January 1761.
3. Typescript of above.
4. Ducros, Rodulpho. ALS to Feodore Fhirzo Currige Henriquezconcerning meeting the MYA. 10 June 1793.
5. Ducros, Rodulpho. ALS to Patrick Walsh. 10 June 1793.
6. Dufan, C. B. Bill parcels of C. B. Dufan. 14 May 1804.
7. Duncan, Abner L. ALS to General David B. Morgan, February 16, 1815.
8. Duvall, G. ALS to Ezekiel Bacon. 21 January 1811.

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E-I:

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3E479 1 Eberstadt, Edward and Sons. American Historical Documents and Manuscript. Catalog #129. New York: Edward Eberstadt and Sons, 1951. 63 pp.
2 E [7 items]:
1. Elliot, Robert. ALS to unidentified recipient, "Dear Gen.," Pittsburgh, concerning charges alleged against Captain Armstrong and Captain Cushng for running up debt to Elliot and Williams.
2. Elliot, Robert. ALS to General James Wilkinson regarding past conduct that cannot be excused, and Elliot is concerned about being hanged. Ft. Washington, May 17, 1794.
2 pp.
3. Espeteta y Goldlano, T. ALS to Esteban Miró.
4. Eustis, William. ALS to General James Wilkinson. June 13, 1811.
5. Eustis, William. ALS to General James Wilkinson. September 11, 1812.
6. Eustis, William. ALS to James Morrison, a contractor for the army regarding rpices of rations. December 26, 1816.
2 pp.
7. Eustis, James Biddle. ALS to O. H. Peck stating that he is unable to give information about relatives of General Magruder. Washington, DC, Note with printed biography of Eustis attached. 1 leaf. Eng. February 21, 1888.
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3E479 3 Fa-Fn [5 items]:
1. Failde, Pedro. List of salaries of two soldiers and 12 watchmen signed by Pedro Failde, Jaun de Castenado and Jayme Jordon. 31 January 1801.
2. Federal Republican, Georgetown. Editorial opinion that General Jackson exceeded his authority when New Orleans was taken. January 13, 1815.
3. Fernando VII, King of Spain. ADS appoinment of Joaquim d'Osorna. 13 November 1811.
4. Flanders, Benjamin Franklin. ANS with unidentified recipient regarding the lottery and its control of the Democratic Party of Louisiana. Youngsville, Louisiana, November 21, 1891.
1 pp.
5. Flourney, General [?]. ALD to David Flournoy. 11 February 1833.
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3E479 4 Fo-Fz [13 items]:
1-2. Fonvergne, Gabriel. ALS to the MYA including ALS of unidentified recipient from Luis Hector Carondelet, baron de. 22 [?] 1796 and 22 January 1796.
3. Fonvergne, Gabriel. ALS to the MYA. 19 February 1796.
4. Forbes, John. ALS to Beverly Chew, an old friend, telling of recent appointment to Consul General and travel to St. Petersburgh and Copenhagen. 28 January 1816.
5. Forsyth, John. ALS to General David B. Morgan, Georgetown, July 27, 1833.
6. Forsyth, John. ALS to Richard Henry Wilde. 8 January 1815.
7. Fort, John A. ALS to [his brother] Fort concerning the Battle of New Orleand and expects to be discharged soon; was second in command of troop of horses, Tennessee riflemen were the front. 28 January 1815.
8. Foster, Murchpy James. ALS to Lawrence F. Bower, undated
9. France, Ministre d'Etat. ALS to William Crawford concerning the inspection of the baggage of Henry Clay and James Asheton Bayard. 9 March 1815. In French.
10. France. Police Generale. ALS to Fulwar Skipworth. 4 June 1808.
11-12. Fuselier, Agricola. ALS to Louis Louallier and [?] Soulier with an enclosure, ALS to Fuselier from Louallier, Soulier, and Others, 4 January 1815. 12 March 1815
13. Fuselier, Agricola. Subscription sent under order of Andrew Jackson. Undated.
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3E479 5 Ga-Gal [7 items]:
1. Gales, Thomas. ALS to General James Wilkinson. April 7, 1813.
2. Galvez, Bernardo de. Record of the marriage Bernardo de Galvez to Felicitas de St. Maxent. November 2, 1777.
3. Galvez, Bernardo de. ALS to MYA. March 16, 1780.
4. Galvez, Bernardo de. ALS to MYA. April 29, 1780.
5. Galvez, Bernardo de. ALS to Unzaga y Amezaga, Luis de. August 24, 1782. Sp.
6. Galvez, Bernardo de. ALS to MYA. April 15, 1785.
7. Galvez, Bernardo de. ALS to Miró, Esteban. June 24, 1785.
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3E479 6 de Galvez, Don Bernardo. Document stating that Don Bernardo de Galvez, Colonel of the Royal Armies, Intendant and Inspector General of the Province of Louisiana, gives to Pedro Lacoste titles to 40 arpents of land in front and on both sides of Bayou Nez Pique. New Orleans, August 23, 1781. 4 pp. Pr. Sp.
7 Gam-Gh [3 items]:
1. Gardoqui, Diego de. AL, copy to John Jay with enclosures:
a. Letter from Gardoqui to Jay regarding Jay's request to navigate the Mississippi and the reasons that this is not allowed. New York, May 25, 1786.
7 pp.
b. "Articles proposed by Don Diego Gardoqui to be inserted in the treaty with the United States." It concerns reciprocal trade between US and Spain, establishes consuls in each others countries.
3 pp.
c. Extract from a representation of Jay to Congress regarding Flour and other US commodities reaching Spanish America. August 3, 1786.
1 p.
d. Exztract from report to Congress on the Sapnish and French claims to the Mississippi below US territory. August 17, 1786.
7 pp.
e. Letter from Madrid from LaFayette to the Count de Florida Blanca regarding the porition of navigating the Mississippi. February 19, 1783.
4 pp.
f. Letter to Marquise de la Fayette from Florida Blanca, Pardo, discussing the King's desires to settle amicably with the United States. February 22, 1783.
1p.
g. Letter from la Fayette, Madrid, clarifying la Fayette's position on the Blanca letter, February 22, 1783.
1 p.
h. Copy of a letter from Jay to Gardoqui regarding the upcoming negotiations between the United States and Spain. October 17, 1788.
2 pp.
2. Garibaldi, Giuseppe. ALS to General Griffini. 6 August 1868.
3. Gayarré, Charles Etienne Arthru. Tribunals of criminal jurisdiction in ancient Rome. Bound, undated.
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3E479 8 Gi-Go [2 items]
1. Gibson, Randall Lee. ALS to Reverend Richard Raines that states thet Gibson entered the senate in 1883, was re-elected in 1888, and that his term espires in 1895. Live Oak, Louisiana, November 22, 1891. 1 leaf. Eng.
2. Godard, E. ADS, petition to Board of Aldermen requesting use of Place d'Armes for balloon ascensions. New Orleans, undated.
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3E479 9 Gordon, James H. 15 ALS to General David B. Morgan, December 30, 1814 - January 18, 1815.
1. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to Decloult, Colonel Alexander regarding as order to send 15 men to investigate a fire and to be prepared in case of a negro insurrection. December 26, 1814.
2. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to Captain Joseph Debuclet regarding orders. December 24, 1814.
3. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. December 30, 1814.
4. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. December 31, 1814.
5. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 3, 1815.
6. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 9, 1815.
7. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 10, 1815.
8. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 12, 1815.
9. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 14, 1815.
10. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 16, 1815.
11. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 17, 1815.
12. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 18, 1815.
13. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January [18?], 1815.
14-15. Gordon, Brigadier General James H. Two ALS to The Regimental Quartermaster regarding transporting the sick across the river. December 26, 1814.
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3E479 10 Gp-Gz [5 items]:
1. Graham, George. ALS to Samuel Alexander Foot regarding a description of the area granted to Elias Smith in the Territory of Arkansas. General Land Office, April 9, 1824. 1pp. Hw. Eng.
2. Green, Andrew. ALS to judge of Comté de Acadie. 13 August 1805.
3. Grymes, John Randolph. ADS, petition to judge of U.S. District Court regarding the debt of Pierre Laffite to the U. S. nd.
1pp.
4. Grymes, John Randolph. ADS, petition to judge of U.S. District Court regarding debt of Jean Laffite to the U. S. April 7, 1813.
2 pp.
5. Guillemaro, Gilberto. ADS account of expenses on repair of a dike in upper New Orleans signed by Guillemaro and others. 26 August 1794.
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3E479 11 Grailhe, Charles Arthur. Bound manuscript, "Arthur Grailhe, New Orleans, Groeca La Minora. Ovid and the Hateful Caesar. Translated into the English Tongue, by Charles Arthur Grailhe, A.D. 59-60."
12 Ha-Hn [9 items]:
1. Hahn, George Michal Decker. ADS, Proclamation ordering sheriff of Plaquemines Parich, L. Leombard, to hold elections. New Orleans, April 9 1864.
2. Hahn, George Michal Decker. ALS to Elihu Benjamin Washburne about recommendation of Washburne as the Secretary of the Treasury. December 16, 1868.
3. Hamilton[?]. ALS to Waddy Thompson. 28 May [?].
4. Harbour, A. ALS to John McDonogh and Company regarding the sale four Negroes. June 15, 1812.
5. Harvey, [?] Lieutenant Colonel. ALS to Colonel Winfield Scott. 3 October 1813.
6. Hay, George. ALS to Aaron Burr as a reply to a letter and is of various subjects. 19 July 1803.
7. Heard, William Wright. TLS from Heard, Vice President of State National Bank in reply to Lawrence F. Bower's letter and denies knowing or hiring a James Mitchell. New Orleans, July 26, 1906.
8. Hébert, Paul Octave. ALS to Mary Hébert, his daughter regarding her improving handwriting and his experiences away from home. Alleghany Springs, Virginia, August 2, 1871. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
9. Henry, James W. ALS to General James Wilkinson. September 21, 1796.
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3E479 13 Henland, Cecil. "The Ghosts of My Friend arranged by Cecil Henland. New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company Publishers."[undated] A form of autograph book with directions: "sign you name along the fold of the paper with a full pen of ink, and then double the page over without using blotting paper." 1911.
14 Log of the HMS Rinaldo and includes the log of the HMS Emerald. "Log of the HMS Rinaldo. Commander W. N. W. Hewett. V. C. from 8th August 1862 to 28th February 1863. Queensberry, Mid."
15 Ho-Hz [6 items]:
1. Holland, J. H. ADS listing the prisoners in the prison of the Parish of New Orleans. [oversized document] 3 May 1814.
2. Hopkins, Stephen A. ALS to General David B. Morgan regarding men stationed at Camp Dupres sent to help Morgan, January 12, 1815.
3. Hoskin, James. ADS, sworn statement regarding activities of Laffite's pirates at Barataria Island. December 5, 1814.
1 pp.
4. Hosy, William. ADS, sworn statement regarding Laffite's pirates at Barataria Island. December 5, 1814.
1 pp.
5. Howard, Carlos. ADS travel permit issued to Maximilliano Maxent, countersigned. 12 June 1802.
6. Howard, Carlos. ADS travel permit issued to Caytam[?] Gutiérres, and countersigned. 1 January 1804.
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3E479 16 I [7 items]:
1. Iberville, Pierre le Moyne, Sieur d'. ADS, agreement between Iberville and Canadians who accompanied him on an expedition in 1694. August 8, 1694. Fr.
2. Typescript of document above.
3. Printed description of document above from a calendar.
4. Iberville, Pierre le Moyne. AD copy of Iberville's journal of his voyage to the Mississippi in 1699 and signed by de la Rochelle. June 30, 1699. Fr.
5. Handwritten translation of document above from French to Engoish.
6. Irvine, B. ALS to General James Wilkinson. Baltimore, November 10, [?]. Eng.
7. Handwritten script of document #6. Eng.

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3E480 1 Jackson, Andrew [9 items]:
1. Jackson, Andrew. ALS letter of recommendation. January 8, 1815.
2. Jackson, Andrew. ALS letter of recommendation. [?] 1815.
3-4. Jackson, Andrew. 3 ALS to David B. Morgan, general.
6-7. Jackson, Andrew. ALS to Michael Reynolds, major, and includes a photostatic duplicate. Orders to Major Reynolds to fortify the temple. 22 December 1814.
8. Unidentified author. ALS to Andrew Jackson. 19 December 1806.
9. Jackson, Andrew. AL draft to Messrs. William and Stanley Donelson.
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3E480 2 Je-Jn [2 items]:
1. Jefferson, Thomas. ALS to William Carmichael and William Short concerning the actions of the Baron de Carondelet, the governor of Louisiana in inciting the Indians to war on the United States. Philadelphia, October 14, 1792. Eng.
2. Jefferson, Thomas. ALS to Bernardo de Galvez regarding trade difficulties and that the United States cannot immediately repay the debt owed. Williamsburg, November 8, 1779. 4 pp. Eng.
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3E480 3 Jo-Jz [7 items]:
1. Johnson, Henry. ALS to General James Wilkinson. May 10, 1820.
2. Johnson, Henry. ALS to unidentified recipient. 13 February 1821.
3. Johnson, Isaac. ADS appointing John R. Dufrocq justice of the peace for East Baton Rouge Parish. 15 November 1849.
4. Johnson, Isaac. ALS to L. I. Cist. 16 August 1852.
5. Johnston, Josiah Stoddard. ALS to General David B. Morgan. January 22, 1815.
6. Johnston, Josiah Stoddard. ALS to Richard Smith. 25 November 1830.
7. Jonas, Benjamin F. ALS to Lawrence F. Bower. 27 November 1891.
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3E480 4 Kellogg, William Pitt:
1. ALS to Lawrence F. Bower about assisting with information about people elected to the senate. 1 leaf. Eng. April 29, 1900.
2. ALS to Daily GLobe, New ORleans, directed to the editor. December 12, 1870. 1 leaf. Eng.
3. ALS to L. D. Merchant requesting that personal maps, charts and a book be returned to Kellogg. August 28, 1872. 1 leaf. Eng.
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3E480 5 Kinsans, Jabeil. Letter to John McDonogh inviting him to his home. September 30, 1817. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
6 Kinsans, Jabeil. ALS to John McDonogh and writing at the request of Madame Levan about the property her husband left and they are requesting advice from McDonogh. October 6, 1817. 4 pp. Eng.
7 Kinsans, Jabeil. ALS to John McDonogh. April 25, 1818. 4 pp. Eng.
8 Knox, Henry. Letter from Knox to General James Wilkinson. Philadelphia, August 8, 1792. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
9 Knox, Lieutenant William G. Letter from Knox General David B. Morgan. Fort St. Leon, January 25, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
10 Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul, Marquis de [3 items]:
1. ALS to Henry Schyler Thibodaux. 1825.
2. Fabric badge with drawing in black ink. According to Item 3 [c]: "Within the letter is a small badge... on which a figure of the head and bust of Lafayette, with two goddesses of Liberty, one on either side, in the act of placing a wreath upon the head, while below is a respresenation of Lord Conrwallis surrendering his sword to Gen. Washington at Yorktown on the 19th October 1781."
3. Newspaper articles [one in Fr. and one in Eng.] describing a letter by General Lafayette to Henry S. Thibodauz and a fabric badge enclosed in the letter.
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3E480 11 Lafitte, Jean [6 letters]:
1. Laffite, Jean. ALS to Capt. Garrison. April 22, 1813.
2. Typed note regarding letter #1.
3. Typescript of letter #1.
4. Laffite, Jean. ALS to Captain Lockyer. September 4, 1814.
5. Negative photostat of document #4.
6. Handwritten translation of letter #4, from French to English.
7. Typescript of letter #4. Eng. "Note: This is the translation that Lockyer has made of the original letter."
8. Laffite, Jean. ALS to [Blanque, Jean]. September [4], 1814.
9. Laffite, Jean. ALS to Jean Blanque. September 7, 1814.
10. Handwritten script of letter #9. Fr.
11. Typescript of letter #9. Translated into English.
12. Laffite, Jean. ALS to Cmdr. D[avid Tod] Patterson. January 3, 1820. Eng.
13. 3 x 5 note card with "Note: this is the only letter by Laffite that the original is in English."
14. Typescript of letter #12. 2 pp. Eng.
15. Laffite, Jean. ALS to William C. C. Claiborne. [undated]
16. Handwritten script of letter #15. Fr.
17. Typescript of letter. Translated into English.
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3E480 12 Lafitte, Jean, miscellaneous:
1. Laffite, Jean. ADS, order for the arrest of Lafitte, J. July 24, 1813.
2. Laffite, Jean. ADS, testimony of John Oliver in the trial of Jean Laffite. [undated]
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3E480 13 Lafitte, Jean, miscellaneous:
1. Holmes, Andrew Hunter. ADS, The United States vs. Jean Lafitte, November 19, 1812.
2. Handwritten copy of item #1. Addressed to the District Court of the U. States, filed, April 7th, 1812, Columbus, Lawfo[?]
3. Percy, W. H. ALS to Lockyer, Nich[olas]. August 30, 1814. [in need of preservation]
4. Typescript of item #3.
5. Percy, W. H. ALS to Lafitte, [Jean]. September 1, 1814. Eng.
6. Typescript of letter.
7. Laffite, Pierre. ALS to Jean Blanque. September 10, 1814.
8. Typed note on index card questioning letter #7's author.
9. Handwritten script of item #7 in French.
10. Typescript of item #7, translated into English.
11. Martinot, Joseph. ADS, protest authorized by John Lynd. September 30, 1814.
12. Godfrey, William. ADS, sworn statement regarding activities of Laffite's pirates in Louisiana, December 3, 1814.
13. Oliver, John. ADS, affidavit regarding Jean Lafitte. December 3, 1814.
14. William, Edward. ADS, sworn statement concerning Laffite's pirated at Barataria Island. December 3, 1814.
15. Blanque, Jean. ADS, testimony about Jean Laffite. April 22, 1815. Fr. with notes in Eng.
16. Handwritten translation of item #15. [undated] 3 pp. Fr. to Eng.
17. Listing of evidence and depositions regarding Laffite and the Barataria people, [1815]. 1pp. Hw. [in need of preservation]
18. List of documents, 1812-1820 regarding Laffite and his activities. Handwritten on the reverse side of form from the office of W. P. Hickey, Rocorder of Mortgages, Parish of Orlean, 19--.
19. Cover page for a letter addressed to Mr. Blanque at New Orleans. [undated] Fr.
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3E480 14 Latour, A. Letter to General David B. Morgan. Camp near New Orleans. January 14, 1815. 4 pp. Eng.
15 de Laussat, Pierre Clement. Letter from Pierre Clement de Laussat to his excellence, the Citizen Beurnonville. New Orleans. 16 April 1804. 4 pp.
16 Lee, General Benjamin. Letter from Lee to Dr. Benjamin Howard or General David B. Morgan. December 29, 1824. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
17 Legaré, Mary L. Letter from Mary L. Legaré to Waddy Thompson in Greenville, S. C. Dated Charleston, 26 October 1837. 4 pp.
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3So41 18 de Lemos, Manuel Gayoso. Broadside announcing the treaty negotiated between Spain and America and difficulties that arose from said treaty. Natchez. 3 December 1796. 2 pp.
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3E480 19 de Lemos, Manuel Gayoso. Some notes extracted the Files deposited at the clerk's office of Mr. Louis Fabravche, Judge. Natchez. 19 April 1792 - 12 January 1796. 4 pp.
20 de Lemos, Manuel Gayoso. ALS to Daniel Clark. Natchez. 17 June 1796. 4 pp.
21 de Lemos, Manuel Gayoso. ALS to unknown recipient. 4 August 1797. 4 pp.
22 de Lemos, Manuel Gayoso. A commission as Magistrate of New Orleans, given to Don Pedro Denis de la Ronde. New Orleans. 6 June 1798. 4 pp.
23 de Lemos, Manuel Gayoso. Letter from Governor de Lemos to unknown recipient. Undated. 4 pp.
24 Opinion by Lt. Francisco Caso y Luengo for de Lemos, Manuel Gayoso. Petition by Louis de la Houssaye against 5 possession of lands formerly belonging to petitioner. Petition, 9 June 1798; Opinion, 11 June 1798.
25 Lewis, Davidson B. Letter to the Rev. Lawrence F. Bower of Yonkers, NY, regarding the nomination for Governor in 1872. New Orleans, November 1900. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
26 Lewis, Davidson B. Postcard to Lawrence F. Bowers inquiring if photographs and letter were received. New Orleans, November 27, 1900. Hw. Eng.
27 Lewis W. Letter from W. Lewis to Thomas Biddle regarding the deposition of Mr. Daniel Coxe about General Wilkinson and Aaron Burr. Lewis was council for Burr and refuses to release documents that relate to his client. June 17, 1808, 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
28 Transcript of #27.
29 Livingston, Edward. Letter to General David B. Morgan. December 25, 1814. 4 pp. Eng.
30 Livingston, Edward. Letter to General David B. Morgan. January 3, 1815. 4 pp. Eng.
31 Livingston Edward. Letter to unknown recipient regarding a piece of land. June 13, 1819. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
32 Livingston, Edward. Letter to Dom. A. Hall regarding a petition of Vincent Gemby. New Orleans, Filed, July 12, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
33 Livingston, Edward. ADS to Dom A. Hall, U.S. District Judge from the Louisiana District, concerning the petition of Jean Lafitte. Louisiana District Court. July 28, 1815. 2 pp. Eng.
34 Livingston, Edward:
1. Letter to [John McDonogh] regarding McDonogh's appeal to Congress. Washington, February 20, 1830. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
2. Envelope and cover sheet for above.
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3E480 35 Livingston, Edward. Letter to John McDonogh about claims. Washington, March 16, 1830. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
36 Livingston, Edward. Letter to John McDonogh about a decision on McDonogh claims. Washington, April 20, 1830. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
37 Livingston, John. Letter to Beverly Chew[?] about a defect in title to property sold to Livingston in 1814 near Natchez. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
38 Livingston, Robert R. Marbois, Barbe, Robert R. Livingston, and James Monroe. (copy) of convention between France and the United States. Paris. 30 April 1803. 12 pp.
39 Livingston, Robert R. Letter from Livingston to Elkanah Watson about purchase of Louisiana. Paris, June 25, 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
40 Lucas Yeo, Captain, Sir James of the HMS Southhampton. Letter to the first Lord of the Admiralty, entitled "Observations relative to New Orleans."February 19, 1813. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.

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3E481 1 McCaleb, Thomas A. Letter from McCaleb to John McDonogh regarding McDonogh vs. Theodore Tregre and others over the property of "frees" and that one negro woman is to be seized and sold. New Orleans, January 23, 1829. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
2 McClelland, Captain Jno. Letter from McClelland to General James Wilkinson. Fort St. Philip, April 13, 1813. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
3 McDonogh, John. Bill to Payne McDonogh and E. Carraby and Company regarding the account of purchase of raw sugar and is signed by P. Bordereau. [New Orleans], December 29, 1801. 2 pp. Fr.
4 McDonogh, John and other inhabitants of Faubourg, St. Marie. Written document to the superior court of Louisiana Territory regarding the protection of their property until the resolution of the case between Jean Gravier. New Orleans, February 18, 1806. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
5 McDonogh, John.
1. Letter to his son John McDonogh regarding views on Wilkinson and Burr. Baltimore, March 18, 1807. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
2. Letter to his son John McDonogh regarding the danger from Spain and Britain. Baltimore, July 27, 1807. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E481 6 McDonogh, John. Bill of sale of a Negro slave to John McDonogh. Signed C. F. Visinier. September 25, 1812. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
7 McDonogh, John.
1. ALS to Edward Livingston regarding land and the wishes of slaves. New Orleans, April 14, 1830. 4 pp. Eng.
2. Note dated October 22, 1830. 2 pp. Eng.
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3E481 8 McDuffie, General. ALS to General Waddy Thompson. Greenville. 1 May 1841. 4 pp.
9 McEnery, Samuel Douglas. ALS to Lawrence F. Bower. Baton Rouge, May 18, 188[?]. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
10 McEnery, Samuel D[ouglas]. Letter to S. J. Shwartz. Washington, DC, January 12, 1896. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
11 McEnery, Samuel D[ouglas]. Letter to S. J. Shwartz. Washington, DC, June 10, 1898. Typed carbon, Eng.
12 McEnery, Samuel Douglas. Letter to L. F. Bower. New Orleans, November 2, 1899. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
13 McEnery, Samuel Douglas. ALD to [Richard Lewis] concerning McEnery's tenure as Governor of Louisiana. New Orleans, December 28, 1891. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
14 MacPherson, Captain B. H. Letter from MacPherson to General James Wilkinson. Fort Columbia, March 26, 1812. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
15 MacRea, Major W. Letter from MacRea to General James Wilkinson. New Orleans, August 15, 1812. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
16 Madison, James. Letter to William Hulings of New Orleans about a decree of the Governor that is gross violation of the treaty with Spain. State Department, Washington, DC, November 29, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
17 Madison, James. Letter to Rufus King trade regarding restrictions imposed by Great Britain and Spain. December 23, 1802. 6 pp. Eng.
18 Many, Captain B.:
1. Letter from Many to James Wilkinson. Fort St. Philip, August 27, 1812. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
2. Typescript of item # 1.
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3E481 19 Magruder, Allan B. ALS to General Thomas Posey. Senate, Washington, D. C. 3 March 1813. 2 pp.
20 Marigny, General, Controleur Des Alienation, Pour la Nouevelle Orleans. Certificate of Department of Alienations. New Orleans. 24 June 1850. 2 pp.
21 Marques [?]. ALS to Masis [?]. 12 January 1738.
22 Martin, J. P.:
1. Letter from Martin to James Wilkinson. New Orleans, January 5, 1807. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
2. Copy of above.
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3E481 23 Mazange, Leonard. ALS to the MYA regarding the police of New Orleans. 1770. 4 pp.
24 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA about the charity hospital. New Orleans, 1783. 8 pp. Sp.
25 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA discussing measures to be pursued for repair and re-establishment of charity hospital. New Orleans, May 2, 1783. 4 pp. Sp.
26 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA, City Council of New Orleans. Transmitting royal decree calling for establishment of a National Bank for the province to promote commerce and trade. New Orleans, June 6, 1783. 12 pp. Sp.
27 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA transmitting letter from the Conde de Galvez that Galvez is to name a temporary replacement to govern Louisiana and West Florida, while he is absent. New Orleans, August 1, 1783. 4 pp. Sp.
28 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA of New Orleans enclosing certification by Captain Nicholas de Lasize of an expenditure against a runaway black slave. New Orleans, October 31, 1783. 4 pp. Sp.
29 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA concerning more discussion of measures to repair and re-establish the charity hospital. New Orleans, March 20, 1783. 10 pp. Sp.
30 Miro, Don Estevan. Adjustment of debt owed by police officer of Spanish government from German Coast in Louisiana to Francisco Birot. New Orleans, December 6, 1784. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
31 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to MYA transmitting royal dispatch regarding the right granted to regulars of the established Jesuit Society to enjoy Fruits of Property Pertaining to them, in America and the Philippines. New Orleans, January 2, 1785. 4 pp. Sp.
32 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA regarding the appointment of de Galvez as governor of Havana and the Island of Cuba, retaining also his past authority over Louisiana and the two Floridas. New Orleans, January 14, 1785. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
33 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA regarding transmission of de Galvez's statement regarding the MYA's proposal to improve the streets of New Orleans. New Orleans, April 1, 1785. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
34 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA transmitting a statement by de Galvez that all disputed matters be handled by the auditor of the province, not by other lawyers. New Orleans, May 6, 1785. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
35 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to Don Nicholas, Christmas and Davenport concerning rival claims of state of Georgia to the fort and district of Natchez based on prior peace treaty with Great Britain. Letter is addressed to Messrs. Long, Christmas and Davenport, relating to some communication received from Col. Don Fr. Bouligny, commanding at Natchez in which the same refuses to turn over to the Spanish Government some certain districts of lands which were included in the last treaty. New Orleans, September 7, 1785. 8 pp. Sp.
36 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA forwarding copies of royal decree establishing a powerful company for the Philippine trade. New Orleans, September 10, 1785. 4 pp. Sp.
37 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to MYA transmitting two royal orders of August 3 and 8, 1785. New Orleans, December 16, 1785. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
1. Regulating amount of tobacco that tobacco ship's passengers can carry.
2. Announcing 40 openings available to American at Madrid Seminary.
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3E481 38 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA transmitting royal order of September 4, 1784, that prescribes methods by which to preserve towns and cities from the effects of the plague [small pox epidemic]. Order enclosed. New Orleans, March 9, 1786. 8 pp. Hw. Sp.
39 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA citing statement of the Marquis of Sonora on the Royal order of May 20, 1786, giving full rights and privileges to the men of the New Orleans Battalion. New Orleans, December 22, 1786. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
40 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA consisting of a copy of Article VI of the peace treaty between Great Britain and Spain, signed in London, July 14, 1786. New Orleans, February 9, 1787. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
41 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA transmitting the treaty of peace and friendship between Charles and the Dey of Algeria, June 14, 1786. New Orleans, February 9, 1787. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
42 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA of New Orleans concerning the competence of lawyers in appeals proceedings and enclosed is a lawyer's brief by Rafael Pendomo. New Orleans, March 16, 1787. 8 pp. Hw. Sp.
43 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA of New Orleans concerning the absolute immediate need to acquire a house to quarantine small pox sufferers to contain what is becoming an epidemic. New Orleans, June 8, 1787. 16 pp. Sp.
44 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter transmitting the Royal Order of March 13, 1787 that named Joseph de Expeleta to succeed de Galvez as interim captain General of Louisiana and the two Floridas. Order enclosed. New Orleans, July 12, 1787. 8 pp. Hw. Sp.
45 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA of New Orleans including a letter from Andre Lopez Armesto about parental consent in certain cases of their children's marriages. New Orleans, August 11, 1787.
46 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter of Don Estevan Miro announcing that ecclesiastical courts will only consider as grounds for divorce spiritual matter. Copy of decree enclosed. New Orleans, August 11, 1787. 8 pp. Hw. Sp.
47 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA, City Council of New Orleans transmitting copy of royal decree regarding extraction and fate of prisoners who have taken refuge in the church. New Orleans, August 11, 1787. 12 pp. Sp.
48 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA including a royal order of the King, signed by Andres Lopez Armesto regarding the granting of private chapels. New Orleans. August 16, 1787. 8 pp. Hw. Sp.
49 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter with a copy of royal edict concerning Louisiana Militia, royal compensation to Louisiana militia for their efforts during recent actions against the British. New Orleans, January 18, 1788. 8 pp. Sp.
50 Miro, Don Estevan. Order to the Sergeant, privates and soldiers to obey the orders of the new commander of St. Bernard, Pedro Leronde. New Orleans, April 5, 1788. 4 pp. Sp.
51 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS including a copy of the royal decree of December 21, 1787 and signed by Andres Lopez Armesto regarding cases of concubinage prosecuted by authorities. New Orleans, April 25, 1788. 12 pp. Sp.
52 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA transmitting royal resolution that due to rectitude and probity of administration of the late Conde de Galvez, there will be no need for the usual "residencia" hearings. New Orleans, May 8, 1788. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
53 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA transmitting royal orders for extinction of all circulating paper money in the province due to abuses which have arisen. New Orleans, January 5, 1789. 4 pp. Sp.
54 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to Don T. Espetata y Galdeano, Governor of Havana discussing observances of the funeral of late King Carlos III. New Orleans, April 3, 1789. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
55 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA transmitting a copy of the Royal Decree of May 31, 1788, which concerns the education, treatment, and occupation of slaves in all the Dominions. New Orleans, February 26, 1790. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
56 Miro, Don Estevan. ADS, proceedings by a free black woman named Carlotta seeking freedom of her mother at German Coast, Costa de los Alemanes, upriver from New Orleans. New Orleans, March 9, 1790. 4 pp. Fr.
57 Miro, Don Estevan. ALS to the MYA transmitting royal appointment of Don Luis de las Casas as new commandant of Louisiana and West Florida. New Orleans, April 30, 1790. 4 pp. Sp.
58 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA calling council members to a meeting to undertake distribution of charity funds to the victims of fire. New Orleans, June 18, 1790. 4 pp. Sp.
59 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA transmitting royal decree regarding pardons for those convicted of contraband trade. New Orleans, July 10, 1791. 4 pp. Sp.
60 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter to the MYA transmitting royal decree relieving Don Antonio Valdes of interim responsibility for Ministries of War and Finance for the Indies. August 19, 1790. 4 pp. Sp.
61 Miro, Don Estevan. Surveyor report of District of Punta Carta, Louisiana, with comments by Miro. Royal surveyor, Carlos Trudeau, report on lands of Don Jorge Olivet at Punta Cortada (Pointe Coupe). New Orleans, March 10, 1791. 4 pp. Hw.
62 Miro, Don Estevan. Letter announcing statement from the Count de Lorina that the commercial decree of 1782 is to be prorogued beyond the original ten year period. New Orleans, September 16, 1791. 2 pp. Hw. Sp.

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3E482 1 Money, Capt. J. Letter to General James Wilkinson. October 9, 1777. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
2 Monroe, John T. Typescript of a letter to General Benjamin Butler concerning the protest of General Order no. 28. New Orleans. 16 May 1862. 2 pp.
3 Monroe, John T., Mayor of New Orleans. ALS to General Benjamin Butler concerning General Order no. 28. New Orleans. 16 May 1862. 4 pp.
4 Monroe, John T., Mayor of New Orleans. ALS to General Benjamin Butler concerning General Order no. 28. New Orleans. 17 May 1862. 2 pp.
5 Monroe, John T., Mayor of New Orleans. Typed copy of letter to General Benjamin Butler concerning General Order no. 28. New Orleans. May 17, 1862.
6 Montégul, Joseph. ALS to Don Bernardo de Galvez. New Orleans. 18 September 1778. 2 pp.
7 Moore, Thomas O. [2 items]:
1. ALS to J. J. Petters, Governor of Mississippi. Baton Rouge. 14 January 1861. 4 pp.
2. Typescript of item.
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3So41 8 Moore, Thomas Overton. ADS appointing Ducatel, A., to be notary public of New Orleans, including Ducatel's signature. New Orleans. 30 April 1861. 2 pp.
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3E482 9 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Brigade Major James H. Gordon. Doctor Flood's Plantation, January 2, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
10 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Brigade Major James H. Gordon. Doctor Flood's Plantation, January 4, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
11 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to General Andrew Jackson. Headquarters, Drafted Militia, January 12, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
12 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to General Andrew Jackson. Headquarters, Drafted Militia, January 13, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng. [copy].
13 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Brigadier-General Hopkins. Headquarters, Drafted Militia, January 15, 18[15]. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
14 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Colonel Cavelier. Dr. Flood's Plantation, January 15, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
15 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Brigade Major James H. Gordon. Headquarters, Drafted Militia, January 15, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
16 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Brigade Major James H. Gordon. Camp Morgan. January 12, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
17 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to General Andrew Jackson. Headquarters, Drafted Militia, January 21, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
18 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to General Andrew Jackson. Headquarters, Drafted militia, January 21, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
19 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Lieutenant Darby. Camp Morgan. January 22, 1815. Hw. Eng.
20 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to General Andrew Jackson. Camp Morgan, January 22, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
21 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Brigade Major James H. Gordon. Camp Morgan, January 23, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng. [copy]
22 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Mr. Louaillier. Camp Morgan, January 23, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng. [copy]
23 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Captain Ferme. Camp Morgan, January 25, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
24 Morgan, General David B. Letter from Morgan to Colonel Johnston. Camp Morgan, January 27, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng. [copy]
25 Morgan, General David B. Typewritten statement from Morgan to the editors of the Reporter. Madisonville, April 15, 1817. 19 pp. Eng.
26 Morgan, Morgan. ADS bill of sale of negro slave to Shepherd Brown. Felicia Parish, Louisiana. 2 May 1814. 2 pp.
27 Morphy, Diego [2 items]:
1. Copy of financial statement between Don Philip Neri, Baron de Bastrop and Don Joseph Hernandez,. signed Salcedo, Don Manuel. 10 June 1809.
2. English translation of above, 18 January 1836.
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3E482 28 Morphy, Diego. Sale of Land to Ballon Desravines. New Orleans. 26 December 1837. 8 pp.
29 de Morphy, Spanish Consulate. Letter to Andrew Jackson. New Orleans. 18 January 1815. 4 pp.
30 Movine, Joseph. Resolution that Mr. John Jay is invested with full powers to negotiate with Don Diego Gardoqui. [duplicate] St. Ildefonso. 27 September 1784. 4 pp.
31 Mulford, Lieutenant Clarence. Letter from Mulford to General James Wilkinson. Philadelphia, June 9, 1807. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
32 Napoleon I. [unidentified author]. "Quelques notes sur la Floride."Undated. 4 pp.
33 New Orleans. "Sindicoes de la jurisdicion de la ciudad." AMS list of names. 5 June 1795.
34 Nicholas, Robert Carter. ALS to William Harrison. Washington. 12 January 1837. 2 pp.
35 Nicholas, Robert Carter. ALS to James Kirke Pauling, Secretary of the Navy. 3 January 1839. 4 pp.
36 Nicholls, Francis T. ALS to Lawrence F. Bower. Baton Rouge. 28 June 1888. 2 pp.
37 Nicholls, Sir Edward. To the Spaniards, Frenchmen, Italians and British living in the United States to assist Britain. Headquarters Pensacola. 29 August 1814. 4 pp.
38 Nicholls, Sir Edward. ALS to Jean Lafitte. Headquarters Pensacola, August 31, 1814. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And Typescript of item #1.
39 Nixon, John. Statement made by Nixon to General Morgan of the participation of Louisiana Militia in the engagement below New Orleans on January 8, 1815. [undated] 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
40 North, Godfrey. Bill of sale of Negro Slave, Gabriel. Ibervill Parish, 6 April 1814. 2 pp.
41 Olivier, Jean. Letter from Jean Olivier to the Mayor of New Orleans. New Orleans. 14 April 1807.
42 O'Reilly, Don Alexander. Episode of the History of Louisiana: the taking over of the Colony by Spanish Troops in 1769. [n.p.] September 27, 1769. 24 pp. Hw. Fr.
43 O'Reilly, Don Alexander. Instructions on the manner and form of setting up civil and criminal laws and matters of government in Louisiana under Spanish domination. New Orleans, November 25, 1769. 44 pp. Hw. Fr.
44 O'Reilly, Don Alexander. Declaration abolishing unjust rates in cabildo. New Orleans, December 21, 1769. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
45 O'Reilly, Don Alexander:
1. ADS concerning the militia and the defense of Louisiana. New Orleans, February 12, 1770. 2 pp. Hw. Sp.
2. Typescript of item #1. 1 pp. Sp.
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3E482 46 O'Reilly, Don Alexander. ALS to Hernandez, Joseph, notary public of New Orleans. New Orleans, February 15, 1770. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
47 O'Reilly, Don Alexander. ALS to Hernandez, Joseph, notary public of New Orleans. New Orleans, February 15, 1770. 8 pp. Hw. Sp.
48 O'Reilly, Don Alexander. Ordinance relative to land concessions in Louisiana. New Orleans, February 18, 1770. 8 pp. Hw. Fr.
49 O'Reilly, Don Alexander. ALS to the sheriff and the Regent of the cabildo. New Orleans, February 28, 1770. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
50 O'Reilly, Don Alexander:
1. Letter announcing to the cabildo the entry of a new governor in function. New Orleans, March 1770. 4 pp. Sp.
2. Typescript of document #1. 1 pp. Sp.
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3E482 51 O'Reilly, Don Alexander. Letter to the Judicial Department of the Government of Louisiana. Requesting that two statements of law enclosed [not found] be placed in the Archives of New Orleans. New Orleans, 1770. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
52 O'Reilly, Don Alexander. Declarations of O'Reilly, Governor of Louisiana, August 27, 1769; August 25, 1802; June 27, 1804; August 16, 1804; August 16, 1806. 2 pp. Hw. Sp.
53 Overton, W. H. Letter to James Wilkinson. Natchitoches, August 25, 1812. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.

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3E483 1 Patterson, Daniel T., and others. Sale of cargoes of certain vessels and of wares and merchandise taken at Barataria. [New Orleans]. 12 November 1814.
2 pp.
2 Patterson, David F. Letter to unidentified recipient. New Orleans. 24 April 1816.
4 pp.
3 Pavie, Joseph. Certificate that Francisco Bernucho and Antonio Dubois, Mason bricklayers, have been employed 3 days in the general examination of chimneys in the 1st Sector. New Orleans. 5 February 1801.
4 pp.
4 Pedesdaux, Pedro.
a. ALS with no recipient. New Orleans. 18 March 1791.
8 pp.
b. ALS from Don Estevan Miro to the MYA. New Orleans. 18 March 1791.
2 pp.
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3E483 5 Peconnet, Joseph.
1. Letter from David [L. Ken?], M. D., certifying that Joseph Peconnet received a wound in his foot during a battle on 8 January 1815. New Orleans. 31 January 1816
2 pp.
2. Copy of a letter from Manual Garcia regarding Joseph Pceonnet. New Orleans. Original letter was dated 25 March 1815, this copy is dated 11 January 1816.
3. Letter to President and City Council of New Orleans. New Orleans. 8 November 1815, 11 November 1815.
2 pp.
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3E483 6 Pellerin, Louis. ALS to Don Alexander O'Reilly. New Orleans. 12 February 1770.
4 pp.
7 de la Peña, Joseph. ALS to the MYA (city council of New Orleans). 29 November 1793.
4 pp.
8 Penne, Captain F.:
1. Penne, Captain F. Letter from Captain F. Penne to General David B. Morgan. Fort St. Leon, January 25, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
2. Penne, Captain F. Letter from F. Penne, Captain, to General David B. Morgan. Fort St. Leon, January 29, 1815. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E483 9 Philip III, King of Spain.:
1. Royal decree sent to the Indies and the Philippines prohibiting the existence of convents of less than 8 members. Copy of original signed by Andres Lopez Armesto at New Orleans, 9 June 1790.
4 pp.
2. ALS from Don Estevan Miro to the MYA. New Orleans. 28 May 1890.
4 pp.
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3E483 10 Piernac [or Piexnac], Leon. Letter to the MYA. New Orleans. 8 September 1779.
4 pp.
11 Piernas, Don Pedro. ALS with no recipient of transmission. New Orleans. 19 February 1780.
2 pp.
12 Piernas, Don Pedro. ALS to Armos y Arcola. 5 March 1783.
2 pp.
13 Pedesclaux, Pedro. Certified copy of a Royal decree concerning the appointment of the new Assistant Governor. New Orleans. 27 July 1797.
8 pp.
14 Pinchback, Pinckney Benton. ALS to Lawrence F. Bower. Washington, D. C. 16 November 1891.
4 pp.
15 Pinchback, Pinckney Benton. Letter to the Rev. W. S. Alexander. New Orleans. 3 January 1817.
2 pp.
16 Pitot, James. ADS of Mayor of New Orleans concerning the functioning of US laws in New Orleans. New Orleans. 8 May 1805.
4 pp.
17 Plauché, Placide. Honorable discharge of Placide Plauché from the United States Army. New Orleans, March 21, 1814. 2 pp. Hw. and pr. Eng.
18 Plauché, Captain J. B. Letter from J. B. Plauché to the Mayor and members of the city council. New Orleans, October 22, 1814. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
19 Plauché, Jean Baptiste. Extracts of record book of Plauché's Battalion. December 16-18, 1814. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
20 Plauché, J. B. Statement of forces of the Louisiana Battalion commanded by Major J. B. Plauché. December 20, 1814. 8 pp. Hw. Fr.
21 Plauché, Jean Baptiste. Notes on the fighting of Plauché's battalion during the Battle of New Orleans and including a role of troops. 1814-1815. 22 pp. Hw. Fr.
22 Plauché, Major Jean Baptiste. Role of [Major Plauché's] Battalion of Volunteers during the invasion of Louisiana, by the English Army in 1814-1815. 14 pp. Hw. Fr.
23 Plauché, Jean Baptiste. Extracts of the Order Book of Plauché's Battalion. December 18, 1814-January 6, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
24 Plauché, Major J. B. Extracts of the General Orders of the Louisiana Battalion under Major J. B. Plauché. New Orleans, January 15, - February 17, 1815. 8 pp. Hw. Eng.
25 Plauché, Jean Baptiste. ALS to Claiborne, William C. C. New Orleans. January 30, 1815. 4 pp. Fr.
26 Plauché, Jean. Extracts of the Order Book of Plauché's Battalion. New Orleans, February 26-March 14, 1815. 6 pp. Hw. Eng.
27 Porluz, Antonio. ALS to the city Council, instructinf the city of New Orleans about the death of King Charles III of SPainl Madrid. 24 December 1788.
2 pp.
28 Portier, M. and others. letter to Mr. Sompereyrac. New Orleans. 5 January 1815.
4 pp.
29 Prymes, Jn. R. Letter to John McDonogh. Washington. 14 February 1834.
4 pp.
30 Purdy, Lieutenant Colonel Robert. Letter from Purdy to General James Wilkinson. Baton Rouge, 4 pp. Hw. Eng. August 20, 1812.
31 Quitman, T. A. Letter to General Felix Huston. Natchez. 29 November 1842.
4 pp.
32 Quitman, T. A. Letter to General Waddy Thompson. Washington. 27 June 1856.
4 pp.
33 Ranson, Louis. ADS concerning the police of New Orleans' streats. New Orleans. 9 December 1769.
34 de Reggio, Francisco Mario and Charles Olivier. ALS to the Minister of State, concerning the dismissal of protections. New Orleans. 18 January 1777.
8 pp.
35 de Reggio, Francisco Mario, and Charles H. Olivier. Letter to the M.C. of Mexico. 4 October 1771.
4 pp.
36 de Reggio, Francisco Mario, and Carlos Honorato. Petition from the people of Louisiana to the King, requesting that the King not transfer the convent of the Vespertine Sisters of New Orleans to Havana. New Orleans. 24 December 1777.
16 pp.
37 Remy, Henri. Letter from Henri Remy to Committee of the State Rights Democratic Association of New Orleans. 4 July 1859. 4 pp. Eng.
38 Retiro, Buen. ALS to court of Revilla-Gijedo with enclosed copy of a chapter of a letter from the Governor of I'londe. 21 April 1759. 4 pp. Sp.
39 Reynolds, Major Michael. Letter from Major Michael Reynolds to General David B. Morgan. Camp Jackson, January 20, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
40 Reynolds, Major Michael. Letter from Major Michael Reynolds to General David B. Morgan. Camp Jackson, January 29, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
41 Reynolds, Major Michael. Letter from Major Michael Reynolds to General David B. Morgan. Camp Jackson, January 30, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
42 Robertson, Thomas B. Letter to Captain Foster. Washington. 7 February 1815. 4 pp. Eng.
43 Robertson, Thomas B. Letter to the Secretary of the Navy concerning a recommendation of Thomas [Paul]. New Orleans. 27 January 1820. 4 pp. Eng.
44 Robinson, Major Tully. Letter from Major Tully Robinson to General David B. Morgan. January 25, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
45 Robinson, Tully. Letter from Tully Robinson to General David B. Morgan. New Orleans, January 14, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
46 Rodriguez, T. Chairman of the Committee of General Police of New Orleans. Report of the Committee. New Orleans. 20 October 1829. 4 pp. Fr.
47 Roffignac, Jules. Letter to M. Earl. Including a copy of a meeting City Council, 14 April 1825, concerning a purchase of M. Earl's painting of General Jackson. 23 April 1825. 2 pp. Eng.
48 Ross, Major T. Letter from Major T. Ross to General James Wilkinson. Camp at Grand Terre, April 20, 1813. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
49 Russell, Colonel Gilbert. Letter from Gilbert to General James Wilkinson. November 7, 1812. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
50 Sackett, R. T. Letter to Brigade Major James H. Gordon reporting on activities ordered by Major Gordon. Fort St. Leon. 3 January 1815. 4 pp. Eng.
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3So41 51 St. Deny, D. Letter from D. Deny to Louis de Kerlerec and Jean Baptiste Claude Descloseaux. New Orleans. 26 May 1757. 2 pp. Fr.
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3E483 52 de Salcedo, Manuel, and Nicholas Vidal. ADS justifying the action of the Mayor of New Orleans concerning the city's lighting system. New Orleans. 9 April 1802. 4 pp. Sp. [only 2 pp. are present.]
53 de Salcedo, Don Manuel. ALS to Andres Lopez Armesto. New Orleans. 5 March 1802. 4 pp. Sp.
54 Santa Anna. Letter to General Antonio Castro ordering all cavalry and infantry sabers and carbines to be sent to him. San Louis Palosé. 19 October 1846. 2 pp. Sp.
55 de Sedello, Antonio. New Orleans. 6 June 1811. 4 pp. Sp.
56 de Sedello, Francisco Antonio. Certificate of the baptism of the slave girl Julie. 4 December 1804. 2 pp. Fr.
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3So41 57 Solano, Don Joseph:
1. Military expedition from Havana to Pensacola. By orders of the Chief of the Squadron, Don Joseph Solano, and the Chief of the Army, Señor Marshall. Havana. 16 October 1780. 2 pp. Sp.
2. Typed summary of the original above.
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3E483 58 de St. Mery, Moreau:
1. Copies of miscellaneous ordinances extracted from Vol. V of the “Laws and Constitution for French Colonies in America, 1769, including an ADS by Governor A. B. Roman naming G. Preval to be Judge of the New Orleans City Council. New Orleans. 22 May 1832. 12 pp. Fr. and Eng.
2. Certificate signed by the Governor of Louisiana stating Gallien Preval is now Associate Judge of the City Council of New Orleans. New Orleans. 22 May 1832. 2 pp. Eng.
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3E483 59 Shaumburgh, Colonel B. Letter from Shaumburgh to General James Wilkinson. Natchitoches, July 10, 1812. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
60 Shaumburgh, B. Letter from Shaumburgh to General James Wilkinson. New Orleans, January 7, 1815. 8 pp. Hw. Eng.
61 Shaw, Captain John. Letter from Shaw to General James Wilkinson. New Orleans, August 12, 1812. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
62 Shea, J. Gilman, and Dr. Gustave Devron. "The Beginning of the Capuchin Mission in Louisiana, 1717-1724."Undated. 8 pp. typed. Eng.
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3So41 63 de Stanville, le Duc. ADS concerning the promotion of a single soldier in the Louisiana Infantry. Versailles. 10 May 1765. 4 pp. Fr.
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3E483 64 Smith, P. Letter to Colonel G. L. Thompson concerning letter of recommendation of D. J. Gardines. Washington. 6 January 1842.
65 Snell, P. M. Letter to "All the Most Illustrious Companions of the secret vault through the Globe" concerning Ralph Jacobs becoming a Royal and Secret Master (Freemasonry). New Orleans. 13 May 1829. 2 pp. Eng.
66 Soulé, Pierre. Letter from M. Passy introducing Pierre Soulé. ca. 1830. 6 pp. Fr.
67 Soulé, Pierre. Letter to Dr. James W. Stone. New Orleans. 24 July 1855. 2 pp. Eng.
68 Soulé, Pierre, Albert Voorhies, and others. Letter to the French Consul with 210 signatures of the leading citizens of New Orleans. 1855. 3 copies. Fr.
69 Soulé, Pierre. Letter to unreadable recipient. New Orleans. 15 February 1859. 4 pp. Fr.
70 Springer, Captain Uriah. Letter form Springer to General James Wilkinson. Union Town, Fayette County, March 22, 1796. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
71 State Rights Democratic Association of New Orleans. Letter from a committee appointed by the State Rights Democratic Association of New Orleans to Henry Remi. New Orleans. 25 June 1859. 2 pp. Eng.

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3E484 1 Texas (Republic)
1. 15 Treasury Notes of the Republic of Texas. Each note hand-signed by Henry Smith and Sam Houston and payable to William G. Cooke. Photocopies. Treasury Note numbers: 987, $100; 760, $20; 575, $50; 927, $100; 2001, $20; 2216, $100; 1232, $100; 918, $100; 1111, $100; 913, $50; 615, $50; 195, $50; 1587, $50; 753, $50; 110, $100. 9 January 1838
[Originals separated to money collection.]
2. Envelope. "Bought December 19 - 1929 fr. Public Administration sale - for $76.00", December 19, 1929
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3E484 2 Thomas, Major-General John. Letter from Major-General John Thomas to General David B. Morgan regarding Captain Aaron Hunt. Camp Dupui, January 23, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
3 Thomas, Charles. Letter to "Whomever it may concern" announcing Mr John Jay's commission to negotiate with Spain. I Congress Assembled. 1 July 1785. 4pp. Eng.
4 Throckmorton, J. W. Letter from Throckmorton, Governor of Texas, to Albert Voorhies, Lt. Governor of Louisiana, regarding the possibility that "radicals in each one of the Southern States will call conventions, and elect state officers, and that their action will be recognized by Congress and enforced by the bayonet. Austin, March 13, 1867. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
5 Throckmorton, J. W. Letter from J. w. Throckmorton, Governor of Texas to Governor Voorhies of Louisiana. Austin, April 1, 1969. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
6 Tousard, Colonel L. Letter to John Stocker. New Orleans. 13 January 1815. 4 pp. Eng. and Fr.
7 de Tres Palacios, Felipe Joseph. Order to give the foreign vicarship and the vicarship of Pensacola to D. Patricio Walsh, Chaplain of Louisiana. New Orleans. 19 June 1793. 4 pp. Sp.
8 Trousard, A. A. Letter to John William Gurley, commissioner and register for the land claims for the Eastern District of New Orleans. New Orleans. 2 August 1807. 4 pp. Fr.
9 Tyler, John. Letter to General James Brackenridge re Doc. Wilkinson. Richmond. 26 September 1810. 4 pp. Eng.
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3So41 10 United States. Army. An account of the pay and expenses of a Regiment of mounted infantry to cooperate in taking possession of New Orleans, 1803-1804. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
11 U. S. Army. An account of the pay and expenses of a regiment of mounted infantry to cooperate in taking possession of New Orleans. February 5, 1811. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E484 12 U. S. Army. A report of the strength of the different corps of militia of the state of Louisiana and other troops at Camp Morgan. General David B. Morgan, Commander of the Right Bank of the Mississippi. January 19, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
13 U. S. Army. Louisiana Militia. Extract of the register of the battalion of Orleans. December 15, 1814.
14 U. S. Army. General Orders. Mobile. January 10, 1814. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. to Lt. Thomas Rogers, Acting Adjutant General, Camp Maudiville from [?] Winchester, Brigadier General.
15 U. S. Army. General Orders. Headquarters. Adjutant General's Office. New Orleans. December 11, 1814; December 12, 1814. No. 1 signed by Command of H. Chotard. No. 2 signed by Command of Robert Butler. Headquarters, both orders dated December 7, 1814. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
16 U. S. Army. Orleans, Battle of. Detailed statement of the dispositions of troops, both U.S. and British, prior to and during the engagement on January 8, 1815. A narrative of what took place during the retreat of the Kentucky Regiment and the behavior of General Morgan. January 15, 1815. 12 pp. Hw. Eng.
17 U. S. Army. General Orders. Headquarters. Adjutant General's Office by H. Chotard, Assistant Adjutant General. New Orleans, February 1, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
18 U. S. Army. Extract from General Orders. Adjutant Generals Office. Signed by Robert Butler, Adjutant General. New Orleans. February 28, 1815.
[Copy of original which is item #19.]
19 U. S. Army. Extract from General Orders. Adjutant Generals Office. Signed by Robert Butler, Adjutant General. New Orleans. February 28, 1815.
20 U. S. Army. General Orders. Headquarters 7M. D. Adjutant General's Office. New Orleans. March 7, 1815. For the mustering out of the Militia of Louisiana en masse by the order of R. Fusler. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
21 U. S. Army. General Orders. Adjutant General's Office. New Orleans. For the disbanding of the troops, in the Mississippi Territory. March 14, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And notecard, typewritten "General Orders for the Disbanding of troops in the Mississippi Territory, March 14, 1815."
22 U. S. Army. Morning, weekly, and monthly reports on military units stationed in Louisiana area, 1814-1815.
1. Extracts, December 22, 1814, to January 15, 1815. 6 pp. Hw. Fr.
2. from Headquarters, Drafted Militia, Camp English Turn to Noell Frederick directing Frederick to keep a look out for the enemy and report daily, and signed D. B. Morgan. December 22, 1814. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
3. Report of Gaurds mounted ont he 23 of December at nine o'clock and relieved the 24th at nine, 1814, and signed John K. Goff. December 24, 1814. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
4. Morning report of the Guards mounted on the 25th of December at 9 o'clock p.m. and relieved on the 26th at 9 o'clock, 1814. English Turn, December 26, 1814. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
5. Received of General David B. Morgan twqenty one capots for the 2nd Regiment commanded by Col. Cavalier. Signed by George F. Favre, acting adjutant. Camp Morgan. January 14, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
6. Statement fo the 2nd Regt. of Militia, Col. Cavelier, January 14, 1815. Signed by George F. Favre, adjutant protempore. Camp Jourdan, January 14, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3So41 7. A report of the strength of the different corps of militia of the State of Louisiana and other troops of Camp Morgan under the command of Brig. Genl. David B. Morgan commanding on the right bank of the Mississippi. Camp Morgan. January 15, 1815. 2 pp. Oversize. Hw. Eng.
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3E484 22 8. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet stationed in camp opposite to Camp Jackson. January 15, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
9. Report of the 1st Regiment and Detachments of Louisiana Militia, under the command of colonel Dejan, signed by John Nixon. Camp Morgan. January 15, 1814. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
10. Morning report of the 10th Regt. of Louisiana Militia Commanded by Col. Robert Young. Signed by Robert David, Major Command 10th Regiment, L. M., and John Austen, Adjutant 10 reg. L. M. Camp Morgan, January 15, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
11. Morning report of the 13th Comsolidated Regiment of Louisiana Militia called into public service, Commanded by Col. Warner. Camp Morgan, January 17, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
12. Morning report of the 18th Regiment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Colonel Warner. Camp Morgan, January 15, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
13. Report of the different guards posted the 14 inst and relieved the date first mentioned. Camp Morgan, January 15, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
14. Statement of the 2nd Regiment of Militia commanded by Colonel Cavelier. Signed beorge F. Favre, adjutant protempore. Camp Jourdan, January 16, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
15. Morning report of the 10th Regiment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Colonel Robert Young. Camp Morgan. January 16, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
16. Morning report of the 13th consolidated regiment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Colonel Thomad C. Warner. Camp Morgan, January 16, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
17. Report of the 1st Regiment and Detachment of Louisiana Militia under the command of Colonel Dejan, stationed at Camp Morgan, commanded by Brig. Genl. Morgan. Camp Morgan, January 17, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
18. Camp Jourdan, Louisiana, January 17, 1815. Count of troops signed by Captain Pierre Lalanne. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
19. Statement of the 2nd Regiment of Militia of the state of Louisiana under the command of Colonel Cavelier. Details rank of militia under 9 separate captains, Camp of General Morgan, Jourdan's Plantation, January 17, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
20. Return of the 17 Regiment of Louisiana Militia Commanded by Colonel Johnston, stationed in Camp Morgan commanded by General Morgan. signed by Charles T. Scott, Adjt. Camp Morgan, January 17, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E484 23 United States. Army. Morning, weekly and monthly reports of military units stationed in Louisiana area, 1814-1815.
1. Morning report of the 10th Regiment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Colonel Robert Young. Signed by David Flucker, Major, 20th Regiment, and John Austin, Adjt., 10th Regiment of Louisiana Militia. Camp Morgan, January 17, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
2. Report of the different guard mounted at and round about the camp at [Jourdan's Canal?] on the 19th and relieved on the 20th day on January 1815. Signed David Fluker, Major, Camp [Jourdan?], January 20, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
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3So41 23 3. A Report of the strength of the different corps of Militia of the state of Louisiana and their troops at Camp Morgan, commanding on the right bank of the Mississippi. Signed by L. V. Foelikel, acting Brig. Major. Camp Morgan, January 20, 1815. 22 pp oversize. Hw. Eng.
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3E484 23 4. Morning report of the 10th Regt. of Louisiana Militia, Commanded by Colonel Robert Young. Signed by John Austen, Adjt., 10th Regiment, Louisiana Militia. Camp Morgan, January 20, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
5. Morning report of the 13th Regiment Louisiana Militia, commanded by Col. Warner. Signed by J. R. Salisbury, Adjt. 13th Regiment Louisiana Militia. January 20, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
6. Return of the 17th Regiment of Militia of Louisiana, commanded by Col. [Josiah S.] Johnston, stationed at Camp Morgan under the command to Brig. Gen. Morgan. Signed by Charles T. Scott, Adjt. Camp Morgan, January 20, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
7. Morning report of 10th Regiment of Louisiana Militia commanded by c. Robert Young. Camp Morgan, January 21, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
8. Morning report of the 17th Regiment of Militia of Louisiana, commanded by Col. Johnston stationed at Camp Morgan under command of General Morgan. Camp Morgan, January 21, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
9. Report of guards committed to my care as officer of the day commencing the 20th inst. Signed L. H. Moor, Major and officer of the day. Camp Morgan, January 22, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
10. Morning report of the 17th Regiment of Militia of Louisiana under the command of Col. Johnston at Camp Morgan. Camp Morgan, January 22, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
11. Report of guards mounted at and round about the Camp Morgan on the 24th relieved on the 25th January 1815. Signed by Ibenezer Petty, Cpt. in the 16th Regiment. Camp Morgan, January 25, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
12. Morning report of the 10the Regiment of Louisiana Militia. Commanded by Colonel Robert Young. Camp Morgan, January 25, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
13. Morning report of the 10th Regiment of the Louisiana Militia, commanded by Col. Robert Young. Camp Morgan, January 26, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
14. Morning report of the 10th regiment of Louisiana, commanded by Colonel Robert young. Camp Morgan, January 28, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
15. Morning report of the detachemtn of Louisiana Militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet. Stationed at Jourdan's Canal. Jourdan's Canal, January 29, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
16. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the commanod of Colonel A. DeClouet stationed at Jourdan's Canal. Jourdan's Canal, January 30, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
17. Morning report of a detachemtn of Louisiana Militia under the command of Colonel A. De Clouet stationed at Jourdan's Canal. Jourdan's Canal, February 1, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
18. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of A. DeClouet. Camp Morgan, February 2, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
19. Morning report of a detachemtn of Louisiana Militia commanded by Colonel William Willis. Camp Morgan, February 3, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
20. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia drafted militia under the command of Col. A. Declouet. Camp Morgan. February 4, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
21. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Col. William Willis. Camp Morgan, February 14, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E484 24 United States. Army. Morning, Weekly and Monthly reports of Military units stationed in Louisiana area, 1815-1815.
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3So41 24 1. A report of the strength of the different corps of militia of the state of Louisiana under the command of Brigadier General David B. Morgan commanding on the right bank of the Mississippi. Men present under Col. DeClouet, Col. Young, Col. Willis, and Lieut. Draughan. Signed by David B. Morgan, Brig. General Comds. and L. V. Foelikel, acting Brig. Major. Camp Morgan, February 5, 1815. 2 pp. Hw Eng.
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3E484 24 2. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia under the command of A. DeClouet. Camp Morgan, February 5, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
3. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Col. William Willis. Camp Morgan, February 5, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
4. Morning report of the 10th Regiment of Lousiana Militia commanded by Col. Robert Young. Coamp Morgan, February 5, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3So41 24 5. Weekly report consolidated of a detachemtn of drafted militia under the command of Capt. R. T. Sackett, stationed at Fort St. Leon from the 1st day of January 1815 to the 5 the of February, 1815. Fort St. Leon, February 6, 1815. 2 pp. Oversize, Hw. Eng.
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3E484 24 6. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Col. William Willis. Camp Morgan, February 6, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
7. Morning report of the 10th Regiment og Louisiana Militia commanded by Colonel Robert Young. Camp Morgan, February 6, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3So41 24 8. A report of the different corps of Militia of the state of Louisiana and other troops at Camp Morgan under the command of Brig. General David B. Morgan, Commanding the right bank of the Mississippi. Camp Morgan, February 7, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E484 24 9. Morning report of a detachment of Lousiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet. Camp Morgan, February 7, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
10. Morning report of the 10th Regiment of Lousiana Militia commanded by Colonel Robert Young. Camp Morgan, February 7, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
11. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Col. William Willis. Camp Morgan, February 7, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
12. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Colonel Willis. Camp Morgan, February 8, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
13. Morning report of the 10th Regiment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Colonel Robert Young. Camp Morgan, February 8, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
14. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia commande by Colonel William Willis. Camp Morgan, February 9, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
15. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Militia commanded by Colonel William Willis. Camp Morgan, February 10, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
16. Morning report of the 10th Regiment of Louisiana, commanded by Col. Robert Young. Camp Morgan, February 9, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
17. Weekly report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Captain F. Penne, stationed at Fort St. Leon. Fort St. Leon, February 12, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
18. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted Militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet. Camp Morgan, February 12, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
19. Morning report of a detachment of Lousiana drafter militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet. Camp Morgan, February 13th, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
20. Mornign report of a battalion of Louisiana Militia commanded by Lt. Col. Willis. Camp Morgan, February 13, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E484 25 United States. Army. Morning, weekily and monthly reports of military units stationed in the Louisiana area, 1814-1815.
1. Morning report of a detachment of Lousiana Miltia commanded by Lt. Col. Willis. Camp Morgan, February 14, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3So41 25 2. Morning report. Report of troops onder Col. DeClouet, Col. Willis, and Lt. Draughon. Camp Morgan, February 18, 1815. 2 pp. Oversize. Hw. Eng.
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3E484 25 3. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Col. Alexander DeClouet. Camp Morgan, February 21, 1815. 2 pp Hw. Eng.
4. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Col. Alexander DeClouet. Signed by Lt. John L. Thomas. Camp Morgan, February 22, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
5. Morning Report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel Alexander DeClouet. February 23, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
6. Morning report of a [?] of Louisiana Militia commanded by Lt. Col. William Willis. Signed by Willis B. Vick, Adjt. Camp Morgan, Right bank of the river, February 24, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
7. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel Alexander DeClouet. Camp Morgan, February 24, 1815. 2 pp Hw. Eng.
8. Morning report of a [?] of Louisiana Militia, commanded by Lt. Colonel Willis. Camp Morgan, February 25, 1815. 2 pp Hw. Eng.
9. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel Alexander DeClouet. Camp Morgan. February 25, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
10. Morning report of a detachment of Lousiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel Alexander DeClouet. Camp Morgan, February 26, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
11. Morning report of Battalion of Consolidated Louisiana Militia under the command of Lt. Colonel William Willis. Camp Morgan, February 26, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
12. Morning Report. Report of troops under Colonel DeClouet, Colonel Willis and Lt. Draughon. Camp Morgan, February 27, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
13. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel Alexander DeCLouet. Camp Morgan, February 27, 1815. 2 pp. HW. Eng.
14. Report of the guard mounted at Camp Morgan on the 26th and relieved on the 27th of February, 1815. Signed by Peter McWilliams, 3 lieutenant and officer of the day. Camp Morgan, February 27, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
15. Monthly report of the detachment of Militia, stationed at Camp Hopkins Interior Parish of Lafourche under the command of Captain C. R. Hicks for February 1815. Report of Captain Hick's company, Ft. Thibodeaux volunteers, and detachment of draft militia. Signed by C. R. Hicks. Camp Hopkins, February 28, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
16. Monthly report of detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel Alexander DeClouet. signed by Philip Caldwell and [?] Thomas. Camp Morgan, February 28, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
17. Monthly report of a detahment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet. Signed by Sam Laughlin, Capt. and [?] Thomas, Adjt. Camp Morgan, March 4, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
18. Morning report of a batt[lion] of Louisiana Militia under command of Lt. Colonel Willis. Signed by W. Willis and Willis by Hicks. Camp Morgan, March 6, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
19. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel Alexander DeClouet. Signed by Philip Caldwell and J. Haifleigh. Camp Morgan, March 7, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
20. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana Drafted Militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet. Signed by I. Townsend, Capt., and J. Haifleigh, Lt. Camp Morgan, March 11, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
21. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafter Militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet. signed by I. Townsend, Capt., and J. Haifleigh, Lt. Camp Morgan, March 13, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E484 26 United States. Army. Morning, Weekly and Monthly reports of military units stationed in the Louisiana area, 1814-1815.
1. Morning report of a detachment of mounted rangers under the command of Lieut. Draughon. Signed by Robert Draughon, Lieut. January 15, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
2. Morning report for a detachment of Mounted rangers under the command of Lieut. Draughon. Signed by Robert Draughon. January 17, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
3. Morning report of a detachment of mounted rangers under the command of Lieut. Draughon. January 20 , 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
4. Morning report for a detachment of Mounted rangers under the command of Lieut. Draughon. January 21, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
5. Morning report for a detachment of mounted rangers commanded by Lieut. Draughon. January 26, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
6. Morning report for a detachment of mounted rifle men commanded by Lieut. Draughon. February 3, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
7. Morning report for a detachment of mounted rifle men commanded by Lieut. Draughon. February 6, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
8. Morning report for a detachment of mounted rifle men commanded by Lieut. Draughon. February 7, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
9. Morning report for a detachment of mounted rifle men commanded by Lieut. Draughon. Note on back: “Remarks on the first: for men deserters from the drafted militias of [?] were brought to this camp and confined.” Signed by Robert Draughon. February 8, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
10. Morning report for a detachment of mounted rifle men commanded by Lieut. Draughon. February 9, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
11. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet. signed by Philip Caldwell and J. Heifleigh. Camp Morgan, March 15, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
12. Morning report of a detachment of Louisiana drafted militia under the command of Colonel A. DeClouet. Signed by [?] Thomas, Adjt. Camp Morgan, March 16, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
13. Morning report of a detachment of mounted rangers under the command of Lieutenant Draughon. Signed by Robert Draughon, Lieut. [undated] Hw. Eng.
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3E484 27 United States. Army. General Orders. Headquarters, Drafted Militia. December 18, 1814. Signed A. B. Browne, Aide de Camp. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
28 United States. Army. General Orders. Headquarters, Drafter Militia. General order for Inspection of troops on January 20, 1815. January 19, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
29 United States. Army. "Official papers relative to the late war in 1814 and 1815." Transcriptions of letters, orders, and proclamations relating to the war, dated August 23, 1813 throughout October 10, 1814. August 23, 1814 - October 14, 1814. 12 pp. Hw. Eng.
30 United States. Congress. Resolution setting forth the value of Oliver Pollock's services as U. S. Commercial Agent at New Orleans during settlement of his account, signed by Charles Thomson. 22 October 1782. 4 pp. Eng.
31 United States. Post Office Deptartment, Appointment Office. Lanzin Soirier, appointed postmaster as Bringiers, St James Parish, Louisiana. Washington, D.C. 2 June 1845. 4pp. Eng.
32 United States. Treasury. Three expense claims of defendents for the United States in the trial of Aaron Burr. 1806. Eng.
1. Jesse Bledsoe. 15 November 1806.
2. Thomas T. Davis. 5 December 1806.
3. William Parker. 5 December 1806.
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3E484 33 de Unzaga y Amezaga, Don Luis:
1. ADS promoting Don Guilbert Guillmand to sub-lieutenant of Fourth Company of Militia Volunteers. New Orleans. 1 June 1775. 4 pp. Sp.
2. Typescript of the letter above. 2 pp. Eng.
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3E484 34 de Unzaga y Ameraga, Don Luis. ALS to Corporation of New Orleans. New Orleans. 20 March 1770. 4 pp. Fr.
35 fr Unzaga Y Ameraga, Don Luis. Letter to the Corporation of the Town of New Orleans, concerning its judicial papers. New Orleans. 7 September 1770. 4 pp. Sp.

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3E485 1 Vidal, Nicholas. ALS to the Cabildo announcing the nomination of Nicholas Vidal to position of Lt. Governor and Minister of War for the Province of Louisiana. New Orleans. June 22, 1790. 4pp. hw. Sp.
2 Vidal, Nicholas. Letter to Le Baron de Carondelet. New Orleans. March 12, 1792. 4pp. Hw. Sp.
3 de Villanueva, Francisco. ALS to Don Alexander O'Reilly. Madrid. March 28, 1774. 4pp. Hw. Sp.
4 Villere, Jacques. Letter from Major General Jacques Villere to Colonel Johnston, Camp Morgan. Camp Villere. January 24, 1815. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
5 Villere, Major General [Jacques]. Letter from Major Villerre to Commander Patterson. New Orleans. January 6, 1817. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
6 Visley, Thoreau. Letter from Thoreau Vislet to Joseph Roffignac. New Orleans. February 8, 1827. 4pp. Hw. Fr.
7 Voorhies, Albert. Letter from Albert Voorhies, Lt. Governor of Louisiana, to President Andrew Johnson. Political view of the riot in New Orleans on July 30, 1866. New Orleans. October 3, 1866. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
8 Voorhies, Albert. Letter from Albert Voorhies to J.A. Rozier. Regarding the reconvocation of the Convention of 1864. New Orleans. July 13, 1866. 6pp. Hw. Eng.
9 W., L.S. ALS to Joseph Fowler, including a letter by SLW to President Zachery Tayor (May 9, 1849). New Orleans. July 11, 1849. 6pp. Hw. Eng. With 2 attachments. 4 items.
1. W., L.S. 1/3 leaf requesting letter to be delivered to Joseph Folwer. Signed LSW. July 11, 1849. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
2. "Poetry by Miss Fowler, while governess at her brother in law Mr. Jacob Craigens, Buena Vista. Properly called Fair View Plantation." 1/3 leaf. [undated] [n.p.] 2pp. Hw. Eng.
3. [S., L.W.?] Copy of a letter dated May 9, 1849 addressed to the President, Friend Tayor, regarding the injustice done to Mr. Fowler (a carpenter who worked at the Capitol President's House). 2pp. Hw. Eng.
4. [W, L.S.?] Letter to Fowler. Washington, D.C. [Undated]. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E485 10 Waggaman, George A. Letter from George A. Waggman to Mrs. James Madison. Baltimore. October 6, 1839. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
11 Walker, Joseph. Letter from Joseph Walker to [?]. Baton Rouge. Includes newspaper clipping commenting on the death of Ex-Governor General Joseph Walker. August 17, 1852. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
12 Walsh, Patricio. Letter to the cipy council of New Orleans announcing his appointment as a Vicar Governor of Louisiana. New Orleans. June 26, 1793. 4pp. Hw. Sp.
13 Watkins, Doctor John. Letter from Doctor John Watkins to General James Wilkinson. New Orleans. August 24, 1804. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
14 Watson, John T. ALS to Lavinia Watson. October 21, [18]39. 2pp. Hw. Eng.
15 Wells, Captain A., and Captain John D. Rodgers. Letter from Captains A. Wells and John D. Rodgers and Jean Coldwell to General James Wilkinson. Mobile Bay. April 19, 1813. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
16 West, J.R. Letter from J.R. West to H.B. Anthony. Westerly, RI. August 6, 1873. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
17 West India Company. Commission of Captain Magasny, Seaman of the New Orleans. Paris. March 30, 1724. 2pp. Hw. Fr. Oversize.
18 White, E.D. Letter from E.D. White to the Secretary of the Navy. Recommending Mr. Louis Eugene [M?son] to be appointed midshipman. [n.p.] September 18, 1834. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
19 White, E.D. Letter from E.D. White to Lawrence Bower. Washington, D.C. September 25, 1896. 2pp. Typed. Eng.
20 Wickham, John. Letter from John Wickham to Robert Carter. Richmond. April 30, 1797. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
21 21. Wickliffe, Robert. Letter from Robert Wickliffe to C. Cushing, Attorney General. Bay of Sara. January 14, 1854. 4pp. Hw. Eng.
22 Wilkinson, General James. Letter from General James Wilkinson to President John Adams. Boston. September 27, 1799. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
23 Wilkinson, General James. Letter from General James Wilkinson to Cowles Meade, Secretary of Mississippi Territory. Natchitoches, LA. September 28, 1806. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
24 Wilkinson, General James. Letter from General James Wilkinson to Governor William C.C. Claiborne of Louisiana. New Orleans. January 3, 1807. 12 pp. Hw. Eng.
25 Wilkinson, General James. [anon. author] to General James Wilkinson. Signed "I am Sir Yours, an American." Natchez. March 4, 1807. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
26 Wilkinson, General James. Letter from General James Wilkinson to David Clark. Washington. July 10, 1807. 8 pp. Hw. Eng.
27 Wilkinson, General James. Letter from General James Wilkinson to General Henry Dearborn. Washington. July 24, 1810. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
28 Wilkinson, General James [2 items]:
1. Letter from General James Wilkinson to Colonel Van Ransselaer. [Troy]. January 16, 1814. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
2. Transcript of item 1. 2 pp.
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3E485 29 Wilkinson, General James. Defense of General James Wilkinson, at his trial in 1814. December 18, 1814. 12 pp. Hw. Eng.
30 Wilkinson, General James. Letter to Thomas Jefferson. Mexico City. September 27, 1822. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
31 Williams, L. Letter from L. Williams to Brigadier-General James Wilkinson. Pittsburgh. May 7, 1794. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
32 Wilson, George. Letter from George Wilson to General James Wilkinson. Lexington. November 8, 1793. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
33 Wright, R. ALS to Wilkinson, General James. Washington. 1811. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
34 Ximenes, Carlos. Letter from Carlos Ximenes to Baron de Carondelet. (For the return letter, see Baron de Carondelet, January 13, 1792). New Orleans. January 12, 1792. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
35 Young, Brigham. Letter from Brigham Young to Thomas Bragg, Governor of NC. Utah Territory, Executive Department, Great Salt Lake City. November 28, 1855. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
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3E490 36 Photograph, Murphy J. Foster. Cabinet card with photograph of a man with a beard. Signed Murphy J. Foster. New Orleans. [undated]

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Livingston, Robert R.:

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3E486 1 Letter to Rufus King regarding negotiations between France and Spain about Louisiana. Paris, December 30, 1801. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
2 To Rufus King. Paris, January 25, 1802, 8 pp. Hw. Eng. with some in cipher and Typed summary/description of item.
3 Letter from M. Sumter to Rufus King regarding a request by Sumter to have King deliver the enclosed letter [not enclosed here] to Mr. Livingston in Paris. Paris, February 23, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
4 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, March 10, 1802. 8 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
5 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, March 27, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
6 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, April 10, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
7 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, April 19, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. typed summary/description of item.
8 Letter to Rufus King. Paris, May 10, 1802. 8 pp. Hw. Eng.
9 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, May 22, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
10 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, June 8, 1802. 8 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
11 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, June 31, 1802. 8 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
12 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, June 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
13 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, July 19, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
14 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, August 2, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng., attached note. 2 pp. Hw. Eng., and typed summary/description of item.
15 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, August 14, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
16 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, November 11, 1802. 2 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
17 Letter to Rufus King. Paris, November 17, 1802. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
18 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, [January?] 20, 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
19 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, February 3, 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
20 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, February 28, 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
21 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, March 8, 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
22 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, March 15, 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
23 Letter to Minister for the Exterior Relations for the French Republic. Paris, March 16, 1803. 8 pp. Hw. Eng.
24 Letter to Rufus King. Paris, March 23, 1803. [missing pages] 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
25 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, April 1, 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
26 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, April 13, 1803. 2 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
27 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, April 20, 1803. 2 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
28 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, April 27, 1803. 2 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
29 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, April 27, 1803. 6 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
30 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, May 2, 1803. 2 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
31 Rufus King. Letter to King. Paris, May 7, 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And typed summary/description of item.
32 Letter from Livingston and James Monroe to Rufus King. Paris, May 9, 1803. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
33 Letter to Rufus King. Paris, May 11, 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
34 Letter from Livingston and James Monroe to Rufus King announcing the treaty for the United States to acquire Louisiana. Paris, May 1803. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
35 35. "The Louisiana Purchase: Original Letters written by Robert R. Livingston to Rufus King, 1801-1803,""being an account of the negotiations with Napoleon which resulted in the Louisiana Purchase" and contains 10 printed portraits, letter removed and placed in individual folders.
Images:
1. Robert R. Livingston
2. Rufus King (signed)
3. James Monroe
4. Robert R. Livingston
5. Napoleon I
6. [Barbe-Marbois]
7. Thomas Jefferson
8. George III, King of Great Britain
9. Bernadotte, King of Sweden
10. James Madison

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Louisiana:

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3E487 1 Louisiana, New Orleans. Fire of March 21, 1788. Report of the demands of citizens after the fire of March 21, 1788. New Orleans, March 27, 1788. 4 pp. Hw. Sp.
2 Louisiana, New Orleans. Inventory of number and value of homes in each neighborhood of New Orleans in order to tax for new lighting facilities. 1795. Hw. Sp.
1. No. 1, April 30, 1795, 1er Barrio, 4 pp.
2. No. 2, April 30, 1795, 2° Barrio, 4 pp.
3. No. 3, April 30, 1795, Tercer Barrio, 4 pp.
4. No. 4, April 30, 1795, 4° Barrio, 8 pp.
5. No. 5, August 31, 1795, Primer Barrio, 4 pp.
6. No. 6, August 31, 1795, 2° Barrio. 4 pp.
7. No. 7, August 31, 1795, Tercer Barrio, 4 pp.
8. No. 8, August 31, 1795, 4° Barrio, 8 pp.
9. No. 9, December 31, 1795, 1er Barrio, 4 pp.
10. No. 10, December 31, 1795, 2° Barrio, 4 pp.
11. No. 12, December 31, 1795, 4° Barrio, 4 pp.
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3E487 3 Louisiana, New Orleans. Inventory of number and value of homes in each neighborhood of New Orleans in order of tax for new lighting facilities, 1801. Hw. Sp.
1. No. 17, February 28, 1801
4 pp.
2. No. 18, March 31, 1801
4 pp.
3. No. 19, April 30, 1801
4 pp.
4. No. 20, May 31, 1801
4 pp.
5. No. 21, June 30, 1801
4 pp.
6. No. 22, July 31, 1801
4 pp.
7. No. 23, August 31, 1801
4 pp.
8. No. 24, September 30, 1801
4 pp.
9. No. 25, October 31, 1801
4 pp.
10. No. 26, November 30, 1801
4 pp.
11. No. 27, December 31, 1801
4 pp.
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3E487 4 Louisiana. Galveston. Surveyors Maps of the District of Galveston, Louisiana, 1789-1794.
1. 1789. Surveyed by Michael Walsh, Benjamin White, Paul Cheson. 2 pp. Eng.
2. 1789. Joseph LeBlanc. 2 pp. Sp.
3. 1792. James Smith Yarbrough, Juan B. Allman. 2pp. Sp.
4. 1793. Ricardo Ellis, John Burtin, Joseph LeBlanc. 2 pp. Sp.
5. 1793. Marcos Devillexs, John Harrison. 2 pp. Sp. and Eng.
6. Hand drawn map in pencil. undated
7. January 8, 1793. William Webb. 2 pp. Eng.
8. 1793. Joseph Richard, James McColoch. 2 pp. Eng. and Sp.
9. 1793. Peter Natus, James Johnston. 2 pp. Eng. and Sp,
10. 1793. James McColoch, Joseph Richard, John Harrison. 2 pp. Eng. Sp.
11. 1794. Pedro Natus, James Johnston, Joseph Pauly. 2 pp. Sp.
12. 1794. Daniel McConnell. 2 pp. Eng. Sp.
13. 1793. Jordan, James, and William Yarberry. 2 pp. Eng. Sp.
14. 1794. Joset Prara, Fabian Ramos, Madame Nichola. 2 pp. Eng. Sp.
15. 1794. Philipe Ramire, Joset Pine, Muguel Massias. 2 pp. Sp.
16. 1794. Miguel Massias, Diego Quintana, Thomas Collado. 2 pp. Sp.
17. 1794. Joset Massias, Joset Capidan, Joset Pino. 2 pp. Sp.
18. 1794. Juan Melchor, William Spawn, Francisco Moralis. 2 pp. Sp.
19. 1794. Francisco Moralis, Juan Melchor, Mathias MArtin. 2 pp. Sp.
20. 1794. Thomas Collado, Joset Prar, Josepha Pabona. 2 pp. Sp.
21. 1794. Josepha Pabona, Madame Nichola, Thomas Collado, 2 pp. Sp.
22. 1794. John Harrison, Barthelomew Hernandez, Antonio Silvio. 2 pp. Sp.
23. 1794. Marcos Develliexs, Juan Tilano, Joset Ramare. 2 pp. Sp.
24. 1794. Filipe Escape, Juan Hanica. 2 pp. Sp.
25. [1794]. Juan Henica, Juan Grouse, 2 pp. Sp.
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3E487 5 Louisiana. Galveston. Surveyors Maps of the District of Galveston, Louisiana, 1794-1803.
1. 1794. Juan Edcot. 4 pp. Sp.
2. 1794. Joseph Pauli, Pedro Natus, James Johnston. 2 pp. Sp.
3. 1794. Pedro Cussot. 4 pp. Sp.
4. 1794. Joset Panara, Joset Pino, Philipe Ramere, George Hulsell, Joset Massias. 2 pp. Sp.
5. 1794. Joset Pino, George Alanso, Fred Kilton. 2 pp. Sp.
6. 1794. Diego Quintana, George alanso. Frederick Kilton. 2 pp. Sp.
7. 1795. Michael Walsh, John King. 2 pp. Sp. Eng.
8. July 20, 1795. Michael Walsh, John Alman. 2 pp. Eng.
9. 1796. Don Franco Rusman, Chris Bolling.
2 pp.
10. 1797. John Alman, Chris Bolling.
2 pp.
11. 1803. Juan Tuley, Carlos [?]. 2 pp. Hw. Sp.
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3E487 6 Louisiana. Authoritative Council of Louisiana. Report to Don Alexander O'Reilly, concerning land concessions. New Orleans, February 26, 1770. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
7 Louisiana. Notes relative to the History of Louisiana. [n.p.], 1704-1777. 12 pp. Fr. and Eng.
8 Louisiana. General Assembly of Louisiana. Extract of the General Register of the deliberations taken in the assemblies of the Generals of Administration. Concerning the transfer of Louisiana to the King of France by the West India Company. New Orleans, January 22, 1731. 14 pp. Hw. Fr.
9 Louisiana, New Orleans. Commissaire du Cabildo. ALS to O'Reilly, Don Alexander. New Orleans, February 24, 1770. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
10 Louisiana, Governors. History of Spanish Louisiana Government, Letters of the Governors. (copies). 3 booklets. Hw. Fr.
1. No. 1, October 13, 1770 to June 22, 1790. 44 pp. Fr.
2. No. 2, J[?] 1791-, 46 pp. Hw. Fr.
3. February 21, 1770 - March 16, 1780. 44 pp. Hw. Fr.
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3E487 11 Louisiana. New Orleans, District Attorney. ADS concerning the robbery of a Spanish vessel by the pirates of Barataria Island. New Orleans, January 17, 1814. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
12 Louisiana. Inhabitants of the District of St. Charles. Letter to James Wilkinson. Signed by Edw. Hempstead. St. Charles, July 12, 1805, 4 pp. Hw. Eng. And Typescript of item. 2 pp. typed. Eng.
13 Louisiana, Registrar of New Orleans. ALS to Don J. de Arraya announcing the nomination of Don Alexander O'Reilly. New Orleans, 1770. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
14 Louisiana, Treasury Department. Receipt issued by Vicente Joseph Nuñez to Felipe Guzman. New Orleans, June 27, 1788. 2 pp. Sp.
15 Louisiana, Treasury Department. Certificate issued to Francisco Langlois to pay him Spanish coins as part of his salary. Signed by Gilberto Leonard and Manuel Gonzalez Amirez. New Orleans, February 22, 1802. 4 pp. Pr. and Hw. Sp.
16 Louisiana, Treasury Department. Promissory notes employed in Louisiana financial transactions. New Orleans, 1804-1846.
1. $1900. January 17, 1804. 2 pp. Fr.
2. $115.00 for L. Brown. July 28, 1809. 2 pp. Eng.
3. $8000.00 for John McDonogh. October 15, 1813. 2 pp. Fr.
4. $267 for John McDonogh. February 4, 1815. 2 pp. Eng.
5. $4000.00, with embossed seal. January 1, 1816. 2 pp. Fr. and Eng.
6. $365.00 for John McDonogh. December 1, 1841. 2 pp. Eng.
7. $41.66 for John McDonogh. December 24, 1842. 2 pp. Eng.
8. $41.66 for John McDonogh, December 24, 1824. 2 pp. Eng.
9. $840.00 for John McDonogh. January 14, 1843. 2 pp. Eng.
10. $513.50 for John McDonogh, Louisiana State Bank. October 23, 1844. 2 pp. Eng.
11. $200.00 for John McDonogh, Louisiana State Bank. November 30, 1844. 2 pp. Eng.
12. $3,032.00 for John McDonogh. December 8, 1846. 2 pp. Eng.
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3E487 17 Louisiana, Treasury Department. Record of appointment, signed by Gilberto Leonard. June 6, 1798. 2 pp. Hw. Sp.

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Louis XIV-Louis XVI

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3S041 3 1. Louis XIV. Letter to Mons. Le Comte de [Brent], Colonel of the King's Normandy Regiment. January 10, 1678. 2 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 2. Louis XIV. Letter to Mons. C. de Sommé, Colonel of Infantry. January 12, 1681. 2 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 3. Louis XIV. King's order to change the garrison. Versailles, 1685. 2 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 4. Louis XIV. King's order reestablishing the company of Charles de Blerne at Champagne. Marly, August 26, 1702. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 5. Louis XIV. Letter to Mons. Le Marquis de Sirgnilay, Colonel of the King's Regiment of Champagne. Fontainebleau, October 4, 1702. 2 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 6. Louis XIV. Letter to Mons. Le Comte Dangomirr, Commander of the King's regiment at Normandy. Versailles, January 24, 1706. 2 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 7. Louis XIV. Letter to Mons. Le Comte Dangomirr. Versailles, May 5, 1706. 2 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 8. Louis XIV. Letter to DeBlanc. Marly, May 8, 1715. 2 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 9. Louis XV. King’s decree stating that all military officers, who wish to serve voluntarily as captains or sub-officers in the West India Company, may do so without loss of rank in his Majesty's service. Versailles, April 4, 1730. 4 pp. Hw. Fr. And typed summary of item.
3 10. Louis XV. King's decree concerning the formation of the Superior Council of Louisiana. Marly, May 22, 1731. 4 pp. Hw. Fr. And transcription of item.
3 11. Louis XV. Phelypeaux. Decisions from the registers of the State in France for the settlement of money owed the King by the West India Company and vice versa, both in commercial transactions and in the loss of a French merchant vessel, Le Prince De Conty. Marly, [September 2, 1732?]. 4 pp. Hw. Fr. And typed summary of item.
3 12. Louis XV. Regulations for the formation and support of militia for the defense of Louisiana. Fontainebleau. November 11, 1732. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 13. Louis XV. Decision of the King concerning the rank of officers of the militia ordered to be stationed in Louisiana. Fontainebleau. November 11, 1732. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 14. Louis XV. Extracts from the register of the Superior Council of Quebec. Announcing the election of the commander of the Navy at Montreal as a member of Quebec's Superior Council and the regulations for the rank he is to occupy in that position. Versailles. [April 7, 1733?]. Filed at Quebec, [August 7, 1733?]. 4 pp. Hw. Fr. And typed summary of item.
3 15. Louis XV. Declaration of the King establishing the place of the commandant of the Navy in public functions in Canada. Versailles. [April 22, 1732?]. Filed at Quebec, [September 4, 1733?]. 4 pp. Hw. Fr. And typed summary of item. 2 pp.
3 16. Louis XV. Ordinance of the King setting punishment for those who failed to follow a decree issued in 1725 which ordered that all marriage contracts and other grants be published at a meeting of the superior council and registered in the same year of the contract or grants. Versailles. September 8, 1733. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., typed summary of #1 stating "original ordinance (on vellum) signed by Louis XV, King of France at Versailles, September 8, 1733," and typed summary of item.
3 17. Louis XV. King's decree confirming the appointment of Denir to the command of Natchitoches. Versailles, July [?], 1734. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 18. Louis XV. King's decree announcing that any soldier, who has been granted land concessions and privileges, will be deprived of same and reinstated in the army, if, after a specified time, the land allotted to him is not found properly developed and cared for. Versailles. August 17, 1734. Register in New Orleans, September 1735. 8 pp. Hw. Fr., and typed summary of item. Eng.
3 19. Louis XV. King's order to the Governor, the Commissariat, and to all other officers of Louisiana, delineating rules for the places to be occupied by civil officers in the church, at parades, and at other public ceremonies and functions. Versailles, August 17, 1734. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typed summary of item. Eng.
3 20. Louis XV. King's decree granting to Charles Karra's Swiss Regiment in Louisiana, an increase in monetary allowance. Versailles. September 13, 1734. Registered in New Orleans, September 6, 1735. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typed summary of item. Eng.
3 21. Louis XV. King's order allowing soldiers serving him in Louisiana to be honorably discharged in order that they might care for land granted them by the French government. Versailles, September 14, 1735. Register in New Orleans, April 27, 1736. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typed summary of item. Eng.
3 22. Louis XV. Rules for commercial and Naval operations on waters about Louisiana. For file in the Bureau of Control in New Orleans. Versailles, September 14, 1735. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 23. Louis XV. Order of the King that from July 1, 1737 and during the 10 years thereafter, all products of Louisiana may be exempt from the duties in the neighboring islands belonging to France. Versailles, February 4, 1737. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typed summary of item. Eng.
3 24. Louis XV. Copy of the patent letter in the form of an edict given courier de Bois which grants an amnesty to a number of fur traders charged with marauding. Versailles, April 22, 1737. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typescript of item. Eng.
3 25. Louis XV. King's decree concerning trades in which soldiers in Louisiana might legally engage. Versailles, September 10, 1737. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typescript of item. Eng.
3 26. Louis XV. List of disabled soldiers ion New Orleans who are to be put on half pay from January 1, 1738. Compiegne, July 27, 1738. Registered at New Orleans, June 3, 1739. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typescript of item. Eng.
3 27. Louis XV. Decree of the King concerning the formation of cadet companies in Canada, Louisiana and New France. Versailles, December 16, 1738. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typescript of item. Eng.
3 28. Louis XV. Regulations for naming tutors and curators for minors in the colonies. Versailles, October 20, 1741. 6 pp. Hw. Fr., typescript of item. Eng., and typescript summary of item. Eng.
3 29. Louis XV. King's edict creating the position of Assessor in the superior council on Louisiana. Versailles, August 1742. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typescript summary of item. Eng.
3 30. Louis XV. Declaration of the King concerning the manner of raising children by tutors or guardians who may either be in France or in the colonies. Versailles, [February 1?], 1743. 12 pp. Hw. Fr., and typescript of item. Eng.
3 31. Louis XV. Declaration of the King concerning concessions made to the colonies. Versailles, July 17, 1743. 8 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 32. Louis XV. King's decree stating that no establishment whether ecclesiastic or lay for educational or commercial purposes, may begin in Louisiana or in the other colonies without the receipt of letters patents. Versailles, November 25, 1743. 12 pp. Hw. Fr., typescript of summary or item. Eng.
3 33. Louis XV. King’s order concerning war vessels and naval convoys operating between France and the colonies. Camp near Tournay. May 14, 1745. 4 pp. Fr., and typed summary of item. Eng.
3 34. Louis XV. King's order announcing that captain de Blanc is to be the new commander of the Port of Natchitoches. Castle Bouchour, June 1746. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 35. Louis XV. Mons. Denir, appointed to be 2nd Ensign of a French Infantry company, is to be met and accepted by the Governor of Louisiana. Castle Bouchour, June 1746. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 36. Louis XV. Regulation of appeals to the French Court. Versailles, October 1, 1747. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., typescript summary of item. Eng.
3 37. Louis XV. King's decree upholding concessions granted July 17, 1743. Versailles, October 1, 1747. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typescript summary of item #1. Eng.
3 38. Louis XV. Order of King appointing Mons. Olivier de Vazin Surveyor in Chief in Louisiana. Versailles, October 9, 1747. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 39. Louis XV. King's edict annulling the amount usually allotted the French Admiral for captures on sea and offering compensation from the Royal Treasury. Versailles, May 5, 1748. 8 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 40. Louis XV. Order of the King connecting Natchitoches and Louisiana to the Military district of St. Louis. Compiegne, June 11, 1750. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 41. Louis XV. King's order reducing the number of companies composing the colonial militia from 37 to 36. Versailles, January 30, 1754. 4 pp. Hw. Fr., and typed summary of item #1. Eng.
3 42. Louis XV. Appointments of Enoul de Livaudias as 2nd Ensign, Lieutenant in the Louisiana Infantry, successor to Belleisle, who was promoted to 1st Ensign. Versailles, February 1, 1754. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 43. Louis XV. King's notice to the Governor of Louisiana that Mons. Denir has been promoted to Ensign of Louisiana Militia. Versailles, October 1, 1762. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 44. Louis XV. Announcement that d’Ernville is to fill the vacancy of 2nd Lieutenant, Legion of St. Domingo. Versailles, September 9, 1769. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 45. Louis XV. King's order promoting d'Ernville from 2nd Lieutenant to 1st Lieutenant. Versailles, November 25, 1773. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.
3 46. Louis XVI. King's order appointing d'Ernville to be commander of the company of hunters in the regiment at the isle of St. Domingo. Versailles, March 1, 1776. 4 pp. Hw. Fr.

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Books:

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3E489 1 "Testimonio de las Pruebas hechas por Don Bernardo de Galvez Coronel del regimento: fijo de la Luisiana para ponerse la cruz de la real y distinguida orden Espanola de Carlo Tercero."1782. "Certified copy of the proofs of noble birth adduced by the famous Bernard de Galvez when he received the cross of Charles III." 1 vol. Bound. Sp.
2 Census of England, Scotland and Wales, 1803."A Census of the Population of England, Scotland and Wales; also the number of houses in each county taken in the years 1801 and 1802. Carefully abstracted from the grand work printed for the use of government and members of the Honourable House of Commons." 1 vol. Bound. Eng.
3 Un Louisianais a les Concitorjens. Louisiana, 1814-1815. Fr.
4 "La Settimana Santificata." Unknown author, 1861-1870.

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Parsons, Edward Alexander:

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3E490 1 Envelopes with handwritten notes:
1. From New Orleans Public Service to E.D. Kohlman.
2. From New Orleans Public Service to Henry J. Leonard.
3. From New Orleans Public Service to J.L. Fischman.
4. From New Orleans Public Service to Dr. Rudolph M. Landry.
5. Envelope with handwritten notes.
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3E490 2 Untitled Manuscript with many revisions. [Edward Alexander Parsons], . undated
3 Manuscript. [Edward Alexander Parsons], undated."Raison d’etre"
4 Manuscript. [Edward Alexander Parsons], undated."Homer"
5 Manuscript. [Edward Alexander Parsons], undated."Introductory"
6 Manuscript. [Edward Alexander Parsons], undated."Caracalla"
7 Manuscript. [Edward Alexander Parsons], undated."[Caesar]"
8 Manuscript. [Edward Alexander Parsons], undated."Islam, the Last Phase"
9 Photograph, Murphy J. Foster. Cabinet card with photograph of a man with a beard. Signed Murphy J. Foster. New Orleans. Undated

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Appointments:

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3So41 1 1. Robert, Comte D’Argout, Marshall of the camp at arms of the King. 12 March 1779.
2. Claiborne, William Charles Cole, Governor of the Territory of Orleans. Appointing Denis Laronde as a Major in the 3rd Regiment of the Militia of the Territory of Orleans. 25 October 1808.
3. Claiborne, William Charles Cole, Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Peter Denis de la Ronde Colonel of the 3rd Regiment. 15 March 1812.
4. [Villere, Jacques Phillipe], Governor of Louisiana. Electing P. Denis de la Ronde as Major General of the 1st Division of the militia of the State of Louisiana. 5 February, 1817.
5. Robertson, Thomas Bolling, Governor of Louisiana. Nominating Joshua Lewis as Administrator of the University of Orleans. 4 February 1823.
6. Robertson, Thomas Bolling, Governor of Louisiana. Nominating Joshua Lewis as Administrator of the University of New Orleans. 15 January 1824.
7. Johnson, Henry, Governor of Louisiana. Nominating Joshua Lewis as Regent of the Central of Primary Schools in the City and suburbs of New Orleans. 3 April 182[6?].
8. Johnson, Henry, Governor of Louisiana. [partial document]. 6 March, 1828.
9. Johnson, Henry, Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Felipe de Armas as a notary public. 29 November 1828.
10. Derbigny, Peter, Governor of Louisiana. Electing William [T.?] Boatman cornet of the East Feliciana Troop of Horses in the 21st Regiment. 4 January 1829.
11. Dupre, Jacques, Acting Governor of Louisiana. Nominating James [Puech?] as Director of the Bank of Louisiana. 17 January 1831.
12. Roman, A.B., Governor of Louisiana. Appointing J. Lewis Regent of the Central of Primary Schools for New Orleans. 25 March 1831.
13. Roman, A.B., Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Charles Derbigny as Director of the Union Bank of Louisiana until the 2nd Monday in February 1833. 15 June 1832.
14 Walker, Joseph, Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Yergen, James P. as Pay Master of the Washington Regt. Of the Militia of Louisiana to server four years from the 5th day of June 1852. 19 June 1852.
15. Moore, Thomas Overton, Governor of Louisiana. Appointing A. Ducatel as a notary public to take effect 1 May 1861. 30 April 1861.
16. Moore, Thomas Overton, Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Wm. Hearsey to return Morris Solomon to Louisiana. 6 December 1861.
17. Shepley, George, Military Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Abel Dreyfous as a notary public. 22 December 1862.
18. Wells, J. Madison, Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Andrew Hero as a notary public. 1 May 1865.
19. Stewart, R.M., Governor of Missouri. Certifying W.L. Fitzgerald as a notary public on 4 January 186[?]. 26 March 186[?].
20. Warmoth, Henry Clay, Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Edward Bissell as Commissioner for the State of Louisiana, approved on 9, March 1855. 23 September 1871.
21. Nicholls, Francis Tillou, Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Octave de Armas as a notary public. 13, June 1877.
22. Wiltz, Louis Alfre, Governor of Louisiana. Appointing Anatole Paualle as a notary public on 4 February 1880. March 3, 1880.

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Oversized items from boxes 3E477 through 3E489:

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3So41 2 1. de Lemos, Manuel Gayoso. Broadside announcing the treaty negotiated between Spain and America and difficulties that arose from said treaty. Natchez. 3 December 1796. 2 pp.
2. St. Deny, D. Letter from D. Deny to Louis de Kerlerec and Jean Baptiste Claude Descloseaux. New Orleans. 26 May 1757. 2 pp. Fr.
3. de Stanville, le Duc. ADS concerning the promotion of a single soldier in the Louisiana Infantry. Versailles. 10 May 1765. 4 pp. Fr.
4. U. S. Army. An account of the pay and expenses of a Regiment of mounted infantry to cooperate in taking possession of New Orleans, 1803-1804. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
5. U. S. Army. An account of the pay and expenses of a regiment of mounted infantry to cooperate in taking possession of New Orleans. February 5, 1811. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
6. U.S. Army. A report of the strength of the different corps of militia of the State of Louisiana and other troops of Camp Morgan under the command of Brig. Gen. David B. Morgan commanding on the right bank of the Mississippi. Camp Morgan. January 15, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
7. U.S. Army. A report of the strength of the different corps of Militia of the state of Louisiana and their troops at Camp Morgan, commanding on the right bank of the Mississippi. Signed by L. V. Foelikel, acting Brig. Major. Camp Morgan, January 20, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
8. U.S. Army. A report of the strength of the different corps of militia of the state of Louisiana under the command of Brigadier General David B. Morgan commanding on the right bank of the Mississippi. Men present under Col. DeClouet, Col. Young, Col. Willis, and Lieut. Draughon. Signed by David B. Morgan, Brig. General Comds. and L. V. Foelikel, acting Brig. Major. Camp Morgan, February 5, 1815. 2 pp. Hw Eng.
9. U.S. Army. Weekly report consolidated of a detachment of drafted militia under the command of Capt. R. T. Sackett, stationed at Fort St. Leon from the 1st day of January 1815 to the 5 the of February, 1815. Fort St. Leon, February 6, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.
10. U.S. Army. A report of the different corps of Militia of the state of Louisiana and other troops at Camp Morgan under the command of Brig. General David B. Morgan, Commanding the right bank of the Mississippi. Camp Morgan, February 7, 1815. 4 pp. Hw. Eng.
11. Morning report. Report of troops under Col. DeClouet, Col. Willis, and Lt. Draughon. Camp Morgan, February 18, 1815. 2 pp. Hw. Eng.

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Additions

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2.325/G169b Parsons’ Spanish railway pass, 1910-1911
Scrapbook from Louisiana, newspaper articles in English and French, ca. 1845-1865
Baby book of Robertine Matilda Worrell, illustrated by Frances Brundage, 1904
Manuscript notes on Islam and the Near East, undated
Works in Manuscript
"Our Trip all Around the World," Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, Spring 1922
"The Four-Leaved Clover: A Tragedy of the Desert. In Five Acts with Appropriate Tableause." Arranged for the stage from one of the Fairy Tales of Laboulaye, by T. Howell
Book of Poems
Manuscripts and other fragments
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2.325/AA13D Map of Louisiana, from D’Anville’s Atlas, Londong: Engraved for John Harrison, No. 115 Newgate Street, April 10, 1788
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3E440 Printed material
The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, 1899
Rice Institute, 1912
The Battle of New Orleans, 1915
Life of Judah Philip Benjamin, 1937
Imprint, 1946-47
Railway brochures, 1930
Louisiana Historical Society, 1929
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2.325/K79b Oversize material
Map of Louisiana, 1834
Printed plat book of New Orleans, undated
Antoine’s Restaurant 1840-1940 wine list, 1940
Antoine’s Restaurant Centennial Souvenir, 1940
Anti-Huey Long clippings and ephemera, 1930
Invitation to the 100th Anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase, 1903

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