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September 28th, 1812

Editor's Note: Here, the War Department-represented by one Peter Gagne- sends Erastus Granger money to pay for his duties as Indian Agent to the Seneca Nation. It is unclear how much of this amount is to pay for Granger's services and which percentage will go directly to the Senecas. As stated, the name of the account from which the money is drawn, is called "Indian Departments".


Back of page 2 of January 23rd, 
	1818 Letter
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Sir,
In the absence of the Accountant I have
To inform you that the Treasurer [U.L.] will transmit you
One thousand Dollars, being amount of Warrant No: 1055
This day issued by the Secretary of War-on account of
“Indian Departments”- for which sum you are accountable.
You will be pleased to forward your Receipt, accordingly,
Addressed to the Accountant, as heretofore.
I am, respectfully,
Sir,
Your obedient Servant

Peter Gagne

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