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Folder 30 James Wilkinson to Samuel H. Smith, July 27, 1807

Wilkinson writes from Washington to Smith in Baltimore. He remarks on the possibility of war with England and about the likelihood of men from Jamaica taking New Orleans in a coup de main. He is concerned they may also occupy other areas, and derive aid from the Creek and Choctaw Nations, and from "our over disaffected citizens."