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Collection Reference Number GLC06997.58
From Archive Folder War of 1812: Correspondence and documents on the war, POWs in Canada, behaviour of soldiers, conditions in New Orleans, laying the Tennessee state line and founding of Memphis City. Documents relate to James Winchester, his family and associates 
Title James H. Campbell to James Winchester
Date 4 March 1818
Author Campbell, James H. (fl. 1818)  
Recipient Winchester, James  
Document Type Correspondence
Content Description Reply to Winchester's of the 24th. Campbell discusses artillery command assignments. He writes, "I had reason to of [sic] hoped from the Friendly Attention I had received from the General that my rights privilages [sic] and standing would not be effected [sic] in consequence of my arrest & trial - the General in His last has gave me conclusive evidence that I was not mistaken…"
Subjects War of 1812  Military History  Global History and Civics  Foreign Affairs  Prisoner of War  Canada  Battle  
People Winchester, James (1752-1826)  Campbell, James H. (fl. 1818)  
Place written Camp Mandeville
Theme War of 1812; Foreign Affairs
Sub-collection The Gilder Lehrman Collection, 1493-1859
Copyright The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Module Settlement, Commerce, Revolution and Reform: 1493-1859