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A letter to his excellency, William C. C. Claiborne, Governor of the Territory of Orleans

H. P. Nugent

A letter to his excellency, William C. C. Claiborne, Governor of the Territory of Orleans

a Letter to James Brown, Esquire, counsellor at law : a Defense of the honorable John Rowan and Daniel Clark, members of Congress, against the slanders of the tergiversant redacteur of the Courier

by H. P. Nugent

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Published by [s.n.] in New-Orleans .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rowan, John, -- 1773-1843,
  • Clark, Daniel, -- 1766-1813,
  • Louisiana -- Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby H. P. Nugent
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15789
    ContributionsClaiborne, William C. C. 1775-1817, Brown, James, 1766-1835
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination52 p.
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15092870M

    Start studying Social Studies Review Ch 8. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Who was the first governor of the Territory of Orleans? -William C.C. Claiborne (governor of Louisiana)-Andrew Jackson (commander of the American forces). Jefferson instructed this man to negotiate the buy New Orleans from France. William Claiborne The Governor of Lower Louisiana Territory who helped support the assimilation between the French and Americans in Louisiana.

    Message of the Governor of Louisiana to the General Assembly [Leather Bound] by Louisiana Governor, (J.M. Wells), James Madison Wells, Louisiana, Louisiana Legislature, Governor (: Wells, Legislature, Louisiana (Territory under Union occupation) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at An Important Collection of Autograph Letters Signed from Dr. John Sibley to Governor William C.C. Claiborne Concerning the Newly Acquired Louisiana Purchase Territory, full text available, the letters as follows: letter, 3 pages, to His Excellency Governor Claiborne, dated from Natchitoches 8th Jany. , talking about the Red River District.

    He became governor of the Territory of Mississippi in and was appointed to receive Louisiana from France in He served as governor of the Territory of Orleans, , and as governor of the State of Louisiana, From the description of William C.C. Claiborne letter book, (bulk ). (Unknown). In a letter of 17 Aug. to Madison, he enclosed several census tables and an account of the monthly customs duties for , the totals of which differed somewhat from the figures he presented in his earlier answers (Clark to Madison, 17 Aug., and one enclosure, in DNA: RG 59, CD, Orleans; three other enclosures in DNA: RG 59, TP, Orleans.


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A letter to his excellency, William C.C. Claiborne, Governor of the Territory of Orleans: a Letter to James Brown, Esquire, counsellor at law: a Defense of the honorable John Rowan and Daniel Clark, members of Congress, against the slanders of the tergiversant redacteur of the Courier.

Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "Parallel printed and manuscript sources": v. 6, p. Pages: Full text of "Official Letter Books of W.C.C. Claiborne, " See other formats. A letter to His Excellency William C.C.

Claiborne, governor of the territory of Orleans.: A letter to James Brown, esquire, counsellor at law. A defence of the Honorable John Rowan and Daniel Clark, members of Congress, against the slanders of the tergirversant redacteur of the Courier.

Official letter books of W.C.C. Claiborne. William Charles Cole Claiborne (c. – 23 November ) was an American politician, best known as the first non-colonial Governor of also has the distinction of possibly being the youngest Congressman in U.S. history, although reliable sources differ about his age.

[citation needed]Claiborne supervised the transfer of Louisiana to U.S. control after the Louisiana Purchase Born: William Charles Cole Claiborne, c. –75. Thomas Jefferson sent Mississippi Territorial Governor William C. Claiborne to New Orleans to formally accept the transfer of Louisiana from France to the United States.

Claiborne was assisted by General James Wilkinson in administering the territory until the President named him the first Governor of the Territory of Orleans which is now. President Thomas Jefferson appointed former House Member William C.C.

Claiborne, governor of the Mississippi Territory, and James Wilkinson, a U.S. Army general, to formally receive the territory from the French on Decem In September, after the purchase, but before the transfer ceremony, Claiborne welcomed the inhabitants of the.

MSS Capt. Hicks Letter to William C. Claiborne, December Hicks writes to the governor that his men can hear artillery fire—probably the repulse of the British advance of Dec. 28—all the way in Donaldsonville, but predicts that American arms will prevail against the threat.

A letter to His Excellency William C.C. Claiborne, governor of the territory of Orleans.: A letter to James Brown, esquire, counsellor at law. A defence of the Honorable John Rowan and Daniel Clark, members of Congress, against the slanders of the tergirversant redacteur of the Courier.

Followed by Claiborne's reply, withdrawing his name as a candidate because of his appointment as governor of the Mississippi Territory. Dated Knoxville, September 22d, ; signed: William Charles Cole Claiborne. From the outset, it was understood that Claiborne was tacit governor of the Territory of Orleans, and he moved from Natchez, Miss., to New Orleans.

InJefferson officially appointed Claiborne governor of the Territory of Orleans, although he noted in his letter that Claiborne had not been his first choice for that honor. The Orleans Territory was the site of the largest slave revolt in American history, the German Coast Uprising. Leaders and representatives.

William C. Claiborne was appointed Governor of the Orleans Territory; he held this position throughout the territorial period. Later he became the first Governor of the state of part of: United States. Claiborne enclosed copies of: (1) his 8 May letter to Casa Calvo (2 pp.; marked “No.

3”; printed in Rowland, Claiborne Letter Books, description begins Dunbar Rowland, ed., Official Letter Books of W. Claiborne, – (6 vols.; Jackson, Miss., ).

description ends –47), acknowledging the latter’s 6 May letter, stating his own concern lest anything upset local. He served as governor of the Territory of Orleans,and as governor of the State of Louisiana, From the description of William C.C.

Claiborne letter book, (bulk ). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Governor of the Territory of Orleans. Broutin served as notary from until his death in Jackson, Nashville, to His Excellency David Holmes, Gov. M[ississippi] Territory, requesting his approval for payment of sums due John A.

Allen of Madison county and his men for service during the War of Letter from Governor William C. Claiborne to Maj. Gen. Jacques-Philippe Villeré, August Claiborne writes to Villeré. CLAIBORNE (WILLIAM C.C.) LETTERS AND DEPOSITIONS Mss.

() SPECIAL COLLECTIONS, LSU LIBRARIES Page 4 of 9 BIOGRAPHY/HISTORY NOTE William C.C. (Charles Cole) Claiborne was born in Sussex County, Va., in A letter to his excellency, William C.C. Claiborne, Governor of the Territory of Orleans: a Letter to James Brown, Esquire, counsellor at law: a Defense of the honorable John Rowan and Daniel Clark, members of Congress, against the slanders of the tergiversant redacteur of the Courier by H.

P Nugent (Book). Claiborne was a Democratic Republican and cast his vote for Jefferson in the disputed presidential election. Jefferson rewarded Claiborne with the appointment to be governor of the then Mississippi Territory.

In he appointed Claiborne to be Territorial Governor of Louisiana. Stephen Perry - William Charles C. Claiborne, Governor of the Territory of Orleans Kevin Reilly, Sr., Frederick Law Olmstead Governor “Buddy” Roemer, Thomas Overton Moore, Governor of the State of Louisiana U.

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