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Title:[Letter] 1801 Mar. 14, Tellico [Tennessee, to] David Henley, Knoxville [Tennessee] / W[illiam] L. Lovely: a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Lovely, Wm. L.

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Date: March 4, 1801
Extent: 2p
Summary:This is a letter from William L. Lovely, an agent to the Cherokees, to David Henley, dated March 4, 1801. Lovely writes about giving farm supplies to the upper town Cherokee. He also mentions Glass, a Chickamauga Cherokee.
Collection:David Henley Collection

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Tellico March 4th 1801

I forgot to mention to you that great [unclear: application is made ] for Cotton Cards for the use of the upper Town Indians - ploughs hoes &c [etcetera]__

The Glass has wrote me respecting- the Mill Stones being brought down to the look out Mountain where the Mill is errecting [erecting] the [unclear: means ] [gap] of transporting them youll please to advise_ Taught I think had better come up and assist if you think it proper I will send him word for that purpose_

I am Sire
your Mo Obt [Most Obedient]
W [William] L Lovely asst [assistant]
Agent to the Cherokees
Colo [Colonel]
David Henley }

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TellicoMarch 4_ 1801Wm L Lovely
Colo David HenleyAgent of War Knoxville

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