|Sir,||New Orleans 13 Feby. 1806.|
Since my communication of the 6th instant, a Duplicate of which goes by this mail, several Letters of which the enclosures from No. 1. to No. 6 are Copies, have passed between the Marquis of Casa Calvo and myself on the Subject of the departure of the Spanish officers from this territory.
It is understood that the Marquis proposes to proceed by way of the Lakes to east Florida. I have the honor to be Sir With great respect Your humble Servt.
William C. C. Claiborne
DNA: RG 59-TP-Territorial Papers, Orleans.