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[Letter to John Rop] discussing the obligations existing between the United States and the Cherokee Nation it is speculated and agreed to deliver up all person accounted with claims against the laws of the United States who may be found withing the laws of said Nations. And discussing the importance of clear communication between the Indians.
[Letter to W. H. Garrett] acknowledging a receipt of the letter by Mr. Whitfeild and to state that he has received information from the Department that the sum for educational purposes is in compliance with Garrett's regulations while at Washington and informing him about monetary accounts and reports.
[Letter to Douglas Cooper] acknowledging the receipt of cooper's accounts for the 3rd quarter of the present year also transmitting evidence against the Choctaw Nation, claims of several persons against the wild Comanches, and accounts returned for correction. All of which have been examined and transmitted to the Commission of Indian Affairs in Washington for approval and action.
[Inventory] in the store by R. S. Armistead.