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Vincennes 28th Decr. 1811.

Dear Sir

Mr Fowler arrived here with
the Hospital Stores and Medicines the Eves before
the loss. Having some days before given up the
immediate Command of the Regular Troops
to Col. Boyd. I leave the horses to him - Mr Fowler
informs me that he has moved the [?] up any
receipts.

I thank you sincerely for the congratu
lations you offer on the event of the late action
and I do not wonder that you would be
at a loss to form a correct opinion con-
cerning a for the accounts which have been
published bear no more resemblance to it than
to any other action _ "Officers & men fighting in
their nine tails" had no existance but in the
imaginations of those who wrote the accounts.

I have requested Mr Fowler to take to you
a paper containing the latest Indian news.

Be assured that it will give me
great pleasure to hear from you whenever
an opportunity shall ocur & I promise
as much punctuality in my answer
as I use in the Correspondence of any of my

SC636_1_1

Vincennes 28th Decr. 1811.

Dear Sir

Mr Fowler arrived here with
the Hospital Stores and Medicines the Evig before
the loss. Having some days before given up the
immediate Command of the Regular Troops
to Colo. Boyd. I leave the horses to him - Mr Fowler
informs me that he has moved the [?] up any
receipts.

I thank you sincerely for the congratu
lations you offer on the event of the late action
and I do not wonder that you would be
at a loss to form a correct opinion con-
cerning a for the accounts which have been
published bear no more resemblance to it than
to any other action _ "Officers & men fighting in
their nine tails" had no existance but in the
imaginations of those who wrote the accounts.

I have requested Mr Fowler to take to you
a paper containing the latest Indian news.

Be assured that it will give me
great pleasure to hear from you whenever
an opportunity shall ocur & I promise
as much punctuality in my answer
as I use in the Correspondence of any of my