The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 47, July 1943 - April, 1944 Page: 161
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Letters and Documents
them Anything. I feel no pecuniary Injury by not attending
the Troops for I have business enough. Yet I was willing to
have Continued to do the duty; but Am really displeased at
being treated unjustly.
Am most respectfully
Your Obt. Hble. Servant
I do certify that Doctor John Sibley has attended the sick of
the garrison under my commands from the first day of June
to the first day of November of the present year on the terms
specified in the Regulations of the War Office of the second of
April 1806 that is for the pay & emoluments of a Surgeon's
And I do farther certify that Doctor Sibley has diligently
& faithfully performed this service to my entire satisfactory.
Given at Fort Claiborne Natchitoches
This eighth of November 1808
Com. [Commander] Freeman
Lieut. Col. A N. Comdr.
(To be Continued)
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