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Inventory of the William Eaton Papers, 1792-1829
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1795, Nov. 26.


PICKERING, Timothy. To William Eaton. Instructions relative to the Creek Indians


1798, June 14.


SEAGROVE, James. Return of the Creek Indians at Colerain


1798, Dec. 18.


PICKERING, Timothy. Instructions to Richard O'Brien, William Eaton, and James Leander Cathcart


1799, Apr. 28.


NELSON, Horatio, Viscount Nelson and Duke of Bronte. To Yussuf, Bey of Tripoli. Letter copied by James L. Cathcart and enclosed in a letter to William Eaton (1799, June 22)


1799, Nov. 2.


SMITH, William Loughton. To William Eaton. A résumé of the political affairs of the United States at that time (letter press copy)




EATON, William. Note of the effects granted to the regency of Tunis by the peace with the United States


1801, July 10.


KING, Rufus. To Richard Dale, regarding the regalia for Tunis (letter press copy)


1802, Mar. 15.


MORTIMER, H. W. & SON, and T. MORTIMER (firm). To Rufus King: Account for arms presented to the Bey of Tunis. Annexed to the above: 1802, Feb. 10. RANDALL & BRIDGE (firm). Bill for jewels set in gun mountings; also, invoice of jewels for the Bey of Tunis


1804, Sep. 5.


O'BRIEN, Richard. To William Eaton. Letter telling of the attack on Tripoli


1804, Sep. 15.


BARRON, Samuel. Verbal orders of Commodore Barron to Captain Hull of the U.S. Ship Argus. Attested by Isaac Hull and William Eaton


1807, June 8.


AHMED II. To William Eaton. Friendly letter thanking Eaton for his efforts in Ahmed's behalf (in Italian, with Ahmed's signature and seal)