W.W. Walker to Lewis Cass, August 31st, 1816

W.W. Walker to Lewis Cass, August 31st, 1816

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Walker writes to Lewis Cass stating that he had returned home, to Upper Landuskey, on the 29th of August. He had returned to find that Major B. F. Stickney had left the area to head towards Washington City on the 26th. There Stickney settled with <the warriors> much to their satisfaction he claims. Walker says that business in the town had been done just as well as if he would have been there himself. Walker tells Cass that Johnston had informed him that he merited payment from Cass. He states that whatever Cass wishes to pay him for being of the service as an interpreter, he wishes to receive.



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