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  • You May Sell My Land for Negroes February 3, 1802 Author: James Wilkinson Recipient: Samuel Vance Summary: Wilkinson advises Vance that if he can sell his lands advantageously for negroes, to do so, but that they must be of good character. Gives prices.
  • Articles of Account Not Admitted By War Department Accountant March 27, 1802 Author: Lewis Tousard Recipient: [not available] Summary: Lewis Tousard submits remarks on articles on his account which were not admitted by the Accountant of the War Department;
  • I've Written You Several Times! April 3, 1802 Author: James Wilkinson Recipient: Samuel Vance Summary: He has written to Vance several times, with no response, but he has nothing to say at this time. Asks for a reply.
  • Four Thousand Cannonballs July 6, 1802 Author: Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Recipient: Brigade Major Buckner Harris Summary: Articles of Agreement betwen Oliver Wolcott, Secretary of the Treasury, and Buckner Harris & Co., owners of the Adellam Ironworks in Jackson County, State of Georgia, to supply four thousand cannonballs of five and a half inches diameter and deliver them to the collectors of sundry southern states.