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Title:[Letter] 1797 Feb. 24 [to] Governor John Sevier, Knoxville, Tennessee / Andrew Jackson : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Jackson, Andrew

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Date: February 24, 1797
Extent: 2p
Summary:This document is a letter dated February 24, 1797 to Governor John Sevier from Andrew Jackson regarding expenditures made in 1796 in Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, and Kentucky that remain unpaid.
Collection:Sir Emil Hurja Collection

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I enclose you a coopy [copy] of a letter from the Secratary [Secretary] at War, explanatory, of a letter from the secratary [secretary] of the Treasury, con taining [containing] sundry statements, of expenditures in the year 1796, in which you will find, the services performed in the year 1794 in the State of Georgia Kentucky . Georgia & South Carolina [added: filled in his office & yet unpaid] & without having any thing of services in the State of Tennessee remaining, unpaid. I send you this that Col [Colonel] Hanley , may be called upon for the reasons for not forwarding the muster & pay rolls, for services done in our state, which has been deposited with him and to confirm what the Secratary [Secretary] at war has told me, that no papers relative to our or Major Johnston commands are forwarded to his office

I am sir yr mo. ob serv [your most obedient servant]
Andrew Jackson
[added: Febry. [February] 24 1797]

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[added: Free Andrew Jackson]

His Excellency John Sevier State of Tennessee Knoxville Mail }
[added: Andrew JacksonFeby [February] 24th 1797—]

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