[Letter], 1838 June 14, Cedar Town to Capt[ai]n [Isaac] Vincent, Com[mander] of Geo[rgia] volunteers at Cedar Town / by order of Brig[adier] Gen[eral] Floyd

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To Captn. [Captain] Vincent Com. [Commander] of Geo. [Georgia] Volunteers at Cedar Town




Cedar Town. Mid. Mily. Dis: [Middle Military District]
14 June. 1838 --
Capt. Vincent
Sir,
You are hereby ordered immediately upon your return to this post to ascertain as nearly as possible [deleted text: [illegible text] ] if there are any Indians in your neighbourhood [neighborhood] yet at large, [deleted text: if ], and how many, & cause them to be taken speedily -- Those however which you have already in your custody you will send forth with to N. [New] Echota under a safe escort; and report to the Comg [Commanding] General. -- I am happy to learn that your sick are convalescent.

By order of Brig Gen. [Brigadier General]
[Signed] Floyd
Wm. [William] P. White. Brig Maj. [Brigadier Major] & Chief of the Staff

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