James McHenry Comments on the Florida Boundary Mission of Isaac Guion

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Date June 23, 1797
Author Name James McHenry (primary) Location: War Office
Recipient Name James Wilkinson (primary)
Summary McHenry comments on the mission of Capt. Isaac Guion to the U.S.-Spanish Florida border region, specifically to the Walnut Hills and Natchez. Commends Guion as a fine officer and expresses hope that he will not be hindered in his mission, as "the Spanish have no reason to fear."
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Document Notes Extract of a letter. Partially illegible.
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Related Persons/Groups James Wilkinson; James McHenry;
Related Places War Office; Walnut Hills; Natchez; Florida; Spain; ;
Keywords border; ;
Key Phrases the Spanish have no reason to fear; will not meet with any obstruction; reaching his two points of destination; I flatter myself he will not suffer his detachment to be interrupted in its object by any frivolous practices which may be presented to him; gifts and presents and promises among our Indians;
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