Georgia Department of Archives and History
In File II Names.
File is primarily incoming correspondence to the Governor of Georgia. Finding aid in repository.
University of Georgia Libraries
Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript
1814-1815, 2 items.
The collection consists of a letter to Governor Peter Early from the Solicitor General of the Western District of Georgia Thomas W. Cobb, dated October 31, 1814, which discusses court business and a letter from Early to Seaborn Jones, dated January 8, 1815, regarding land sales and the settlement of debts between Early and Jones. A finding aid is available in the repository.
University of Virginia
Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections
In the Letters of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe, ca. 1813-1817, 4 items.
In a letter, 1814 October 20, James Monroe informs Georgia governor Peter Early that the Georgia contractor must supply rations to both militia and regulars, asks him to make requisitions, and reports that Thomas Pinckney will need an officer from the Quartermaster Dept. for his militia.
Washington Memorial Library
Middle Georgia Archives
1815, 1 item.
A letter from Governor Peter Early to Colonel Carter, U.S. Army Contractor, dated Milledgeville (Ga.) January 19, 1815. The letter discusses the landing of a large British force on Cumberland Island (Ga.) and the need for General David Blackshear to move his forces to the coast. The letter details Blackshear's route from Hartford (Ga.) and instructs Carter to issue provisions to Blackshear.
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