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William Eaton letter
Letter from William Eaton to James Leander Cathcart of Tripoli writer gives extract from 15th article of Treaty with Tunis. Jacob, his hacsansal has been under examination of Supt. of prisons to extort from him a confession that writer is in the contraband trade. "The wine and brandy must remain here until I can drink it..."
- Eaton, William, 1764-1811 (Author, Person)
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William Eaton 1764-1811, James Leander Cathcart 1767-1843, Contraband trade, U.S. Hist. Tripolitan war 1801-1805.
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