Letters from General Clinch. 1820-1847

A Guide to the General Duncan Lamont Clinch Family Papers ( Related URL )
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Material Information

Title:
Letters from General Clinch. 1820-1847
Series Title:
Duncan Lamont Clinch Family Papers (1804-1904)
Physical Description:
Mixed Material
Language:
English
Creator:
Clinch, Duncan Lamont, 1787-1849
Creation Date:
1820-1847
Physical Location:
Box: Box 1

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842   ( lcsh )
Plantations -- Georgia   ( lcsh )
History -- Personal narratives -- United States -- Civil War, 1861-1865   ( lcsh )
European Discovery and Settlement in Florida, 1492-1821 -- The Second Spanish Period, 1783-1821   ( fhp )
Territorial Florida, 1821-1845 -- Wars of Indian Removal, 1817-1858   ( fhp )
Ante-Bellum Florida, 1845-1861   ( fhp )
Civil War in Florida, 1861-1865   ( fhp )
Economics and Society: Post-Civil War Florida, 1865-1913   ( fhp )

Notes

Summary:
This collection contains mostly correspondence and newspaper clippings about General Clinch. Topics range from family matters to his military campaign in the Second Seminole War and include letters from the Secretary of War at the time, Lewis W. Cass. The newspaper clippings pertain to General Clinch’s defense of his actions during the Second Seminole War and at the Battle of the Withlacoochee. Also included in this collection are a number of land transaction documents and bills of sale. There are also newspaper clippings and letters about Clinch’s first daughter, Eliza Bayard Clinch, who was married to the hero of Fort Sumter, General Robert Anderson. There are also copies of several wills from General Clinch’s children, several letters of correspondence from within the family, and Clinch’s autobiography written in the form of a letter to his sons. Portions of this latter document are missing.
Summary:
It is important to note that while there are multiple letters and correspondence regarding the Battle of the Withlacoochee and the prosecution of the Second Seminole War in Florida, there is nothing specific with regard to the destruction of the "Negro Fort." The collection is arranged by topic and then chronologically within each folder.
Biographical:
United States Military General.
Source of Description:
Originally derived from archival-level ALEPH record 028036225 ( OCLC: 48886522 )
Funding:
Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) as part of the Pioneer Days in Florida Project

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History, Special Collections
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
028036225
System ID:
AA00017203:00006

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Gentlemen

I have had the honor to receive

your very polite and complimentary invitation

to a Ball, to be given this evening at 7

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polite invitation is doubly prized in consideration

of the allusion to the fair & lovely daughters

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I have the honor to submit the enclosed papers to your consideration, and to

say that in objecting to the course pursued by the Court of Inquiry, I had no wish

to shield myself, but to prompt innovations in the practice and usage of Military

Courts. If the court had have expunged the objectionable paragraphs in Mr. Fitz-

gerald's letter, from it's records I should still have forwarded the enclosed

papers for your consideration. I should not have considered this subject worthy

of a single remark, if it was not connected with other of a more serious character.

With this Mr. Fitzgerald, I have' not and can not have the slightest intercourse, our

habits and associates forbid it. It is believed that he had been but a short time in

the town of Pensacola before he commenced a system of defamation and attacked the

character of almost every individual who held an office under the Genl Government

in this part of the country. Coming directly from the vicinity of the President

of the United States and the Sect. of War. It is believed that he arogated much to

himself, from a supposed or pretended Acquaintance and influence, with those distin-

guished Citizens. Thea is a report in Pensacola, that he had been heard to say,

that he was requested by the Sect. of War or someone holding a highly responsible

situation at Washington, to have an eye on public offices in this vicinity, and re-

port on their conduct It is believed by many in town, that all those who do not

come up to his Standard, both as relates to morals and politics have been reported

and denounced as being corrupt and fraudulent, and have opposed to the present admin-

istration. I need not say, that niether myself or any officer in this section of

Country can for a moment believed, that he has been requested or advised, to act as

a spy on our conduct. It has also been reported in the town of Pensacola that in some

of his drunken orgies, he has been heard both in and out of the streets, to say that

he has or would report, or prefer charges against me. I have been upwards of twenty

one years in the Service of My Country and should feel more self degradation than

I have as yet felt. If I believed that any report coming from such a source could

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transaction connected with my official duties, should be known to the world- I will

also include my political sentiments. There is no man in this nation, who has a

higher respect for the character of President Jackson or feels more grateful for the

service rendered by him to our Comon Country, than myself but it is known to all

who knew me at the time during the Presendential Contest in 1824-5 that I was in favor

of W. Crawford and that Gen. Jackson was my second choice this preference for W.C.

grew out of a long and friendly acquaintance with that gentleman and with many of the

prominent men who supported his election and from a belief that himself and political

friends, come nearer to the Jeffersonian School of politicians than did either of the

other candidates. With the late Adminis tradition I had no ties or connections of any

kind, not having a single political friend connected with it in any way whatever.

With the present administration, I believe, I have many warm and strong friends at

least all of my connections are with it. I have always depricated that practice of

officers in the Army interferriug in elections either of a general or local character

except so far as he puts an honest and moderate expression of their opinions and

have not approached the people or given a vote since I have been in the Army. As

respects my private and social intercourse on life, I have never for a moment per-

mitted politics to interfere in the least, and hope I never may. I, in common with

many of the President's warmer and respectable friendships have regretted that highly

and respectable and honest men have been removed from honest held in this part of the

country as many of them who are not acquainted with the elevated sentiments which

influence the President I believe that they have been removed on information emanating

from an impure and interested source. As respects the knowledge of the Court of

Inquiry I have no further remarks to make. I have known Capt. Barch, since 1818 &

have always considered him an honorable and correct man and one of the finest & most

active and efficient officers in the Army.

I have the -honornto be-with highi respect & regard your

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