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Date(s)

1796-1816

Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

Scope and content

Much of the correspondence in this volume relates to the detention of Louis Le Coulteux by Lt. Col. Macdonell at Fort George in 1797. There are letters from Macdonell, Le Coulteux, Robert Liston, Edward Thorton, and the Duke of Portland, besides extracts from Le Coulteux's lettersto Tellier and Volney. There are also two letters from Lt. Col. Brock, December 22 and 31, 1803; a letter from Col. Gother Mann, 26 January 1804, to Major Green respecting the anticipated arrival of Jerome Bonaparte or his agents in Canada; a letter from Consul General Barclay at New York to Hon. Thomas Dunn warning him that one Cassino, suspected of being a spy, was on his way to Canada, 23 May 1807. Also a letter from Lt. Col. Procter to Col. Shaw, Fort George, 15th September 1808, respecting the recent visit of General Moreau to Niagara; a letter from David Parish, Ogdensburg, 10th August 1813, to Lt. Col. Pearson referring to his iron works at Black Lake, giving a pledge that he would not enter into any contract with the government of the United States for the manifacture of "implements of war". 111 documents. Index of names.

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Volume
14
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Finding aid no.

Additional information

Volume split as follows: -p. 52, reel C-2609; p. 53- , reel C-2610

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