Transcript of letter from Daniel McGillivray to William Panton, September 17, 1797 (2 pages)

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Transcript of letter from Daniel McGillivray to William Panton, September 17, 1797 (2 pages)
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(1797) 17 letters (multiple letters from Daniel McGillivray and one concerning piracy near St. Augustine)
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McGillivray, Daniel
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Folder: (1797) 17 letters (multiple letters from Daniel McGillivray and one concerning piracy near St. Augustine)

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Cruzat Papers
17976 September 17
D. M Gillivray to Panton
A.L.S. 2 p.

Dr. Sir/ Little Tallessees Sept! 17th 1797


Mr John Proctor come this far with hishorsses a

going to Pensacola, his people being a plagg.tng of him for

ammunition he sends a few skins upon his horsesii says he has i

about 800 hides, which he intends to carry to you sometime

in the fa'll-- he wants now 2 bags powder & 4 Bagsbullets if

your Vesel is come and has Goods I woud wish to get duffels

if not must go without if your Goods is come send me 1 pi V

black list duffils 1 pr Stripe uffels say London 1 pS blue .#

strouds 4 small Kegs taffia 12 yards white plains Lessly

wants ahatt and Saddle Pads let him please himself 1 doz

white handle Knives he says he sent You 200 & odd skins

5001t and has 800 on hand which he believes will rub off his

whole Debt. that now stands against him, thus is what he

says--

The Bearer of thus Nehumallyhumqthla the Master of talks

& the ruler of the Puckunatallti~ssie, goes to the Governor
[2]
to receive his Anual present he hopes / the Governor will

think on him he says] he was always a friend to him & his

Country and never was troublesome to his Father the Governor

of Pensacola but now being poor is going to see his Father

he requests Mr Panton will aquaint the Govnor of thus he has v

not many witiI him he has but six men besides himself.

Yesterday morning 150 Gerekees passed by here on their way

to Pensacola, they say there is alikily hood of the frontier







white people being troublesome to thier superiors that is
yv
whep< they are ordered off the Indian Lands, among them be

it, so it donrt concern us, by which Col. Hawkins has not

made his appearance here yet I am 'sorry for it as it, de-

tains me on account of Clubfoot Lessly, the Chickesaw horses

is at Last sent they went off about three days ago, I am

glad theyr gone as M~ OKellys Nephews threatens very hard on

account of 2 horses that was run off from him, I hope in

time they will be reconciled to each other; in short they

have no consideration for their own Interest, numerous trad-

ers & rum spoils this country I wish I was somewhere else, it

is no use to complain at present so conclude in east dr

Sir Yours truely Dan1 MOGillivray -




.[Address]


William Panton Esqr

pr the Headman of P. town


[Endorsementl

17th Septr 1797

Dan1 MCGillivray

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answ in part the

0o t. 4th Sep.1r S