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Translation of the Passport of Baron De Carondelet.

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Date July 28, 1792
Author Name Baron De Carondelet (primary)
Recipient Name [not available]
Summary "I grant free and safe passport to the Cherokee Indian, called Richard, to go to his nation, with a person of the name of Deraque; from whence they may return by such ways as they may find most convenient. I order the commandants of the posts, by which they may pass, not to molest them, but, on the contrary, to give them what assistance they may stand in need of. Signed with my hand, and sealed with my seal, and countersigned by the underwritten Secretary for his Majesty, in this Government and Intendency. In New Orleans, 28th July, 1792."
Document Format Typed Document
Document Notes Enclosed in Blount to Knox, 09/26/1792.
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups Baron De Carondelet; Indian; Cherokee; Richard; Deraque; commissioners; ;
Related Places Louisiana; New Orleans; West Florida; nation; territory; ;
Keywords approved travel; passport; free travel; protection; assistance; ;
Key Phrases [not available]

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