Thomas McKenney to Lewis Cass, June 8, 1816

1816-06-08

Thomas McKenney to Lewis Cass, June 8, 1816

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McKenney has forwarded the goods from Pittsburg to Detroit, instead of to Picqua. From Detroit, Cass must deliver the required goods to Johnston in Picqua. McKenney seems to express hesitation by saying <"However much I regret this, yet, under all the circumstances of the case, the great press of business and the constant exertion which both myself and my clerks have made to forward the Indian supplies">



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1816-06-8

Thomas McKenney to Lewis Cass, June 8, 1816

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McKenney tells Cass to redirect the Wyandot annuities, which were inadvertently sent to Detroit, to Johnston at Picqua. Very short letter.



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