|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Mills, William, active 1814-1815.|
|Title:||William Mills letters|
|Extent:||(1 folder) 0.05 cubic feet|
|Collection materials are in English.|
No biographical information is available.
This collection consists of two letters to William Mills, one written to him while he was in Savannah, the other while he was in Augusta, Georgia. The first letter is from Thomas F. Jones, sent from Laurensville, South Carolina in 1814, and contains news of family and friends. Jones states the War is going well and commends Gen. Andrew Jackson. He also mentions he is against the repeal of the embargo. The second letter was sent from David M. Lafitte of Savannah, 1815. In the letter, Lafitte states that "peace is almost certain," and addresses the strong defenses at Savannah.
[Item identification], William Mills letters, MS 563, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Margaret McLaughlin, 1969.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: Thomas F. Jones to William Mills at Savannah. Laurensville, S.C., 1814 April 16 ( 3.0 pages )|
|News of family and friends; War going well; commends Gen. Andrew Jackson; against repeal of Embargo.|
|Item 2: David M. Lafitte to William Mills at Augusta. Savannah, 1815 February 17 ( 1.0 page )|
|"Peace is almost certain;" strong defenses at Savannah.|