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Very Few in the Country Who Favor the French

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Source Name Image(s)
CollectionClements Library: James McHenry Papers view image
CollectionMaryland Historical Society: Robert Oliver Papers (no image)
MicrofilmJames McHenry Papers (no image)
Document Information
Date April 24, 1798
Author Name David Denny (primary)
Recipient Name James McHenry (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary In addition to recommending Washington Carmichael for a lieutenancy in the Army, Denny assures McHenry that very few in the countryside have regard for the French during the ongoing controversy [Quasi-War].
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
Document Notes [not available]
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups James McHenry; David Denny; Doctor Carmichael; minister; William Caldwell; Mrs. McHenry and family;
Related Places Philadelphia; France; ;
Keywords lieutenant's commission; friendship for the family; packet; free republic; my little farm; ;
Key Phrases You may be assured that in the country there are very few in the French favor and those that are must be quiet.

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