Contains "Extract of a letter from a gentleman in New-Orleans to his friend in this place, dated Oct. 19, 1802" and "Proclamation of the intendant," which orders "that from this date shall cease the previlege [sic] which the Americans had of bringing and depositing their goods in this capitol. ... Done at the Indendancy ... New-Orleans, 16th October, 1802. ... Juan Ventura Morales." Dated: Herald Office, Natchez, Thursday night, October 28, 1802. Andrew Marschalk was printer of the Mississippi herald, Natchez, Miss., in Oct. 1802. Text printed in two columns.
Shaw & Shoemaker 2914 McMurtrie, D.C. Mississippi, 20
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Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (LLMC Digital, viewed April 9, 2020).