Inventory of the letters, petitions and decrees
of the New Orleans Cabildo, 1782-1790


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1800

Request of Mr. Barran, Gen. Syndic Attorney, asking the governor of the galley-slaves to fill a crevice at the Chapitoulas. January 10 #334
Request from Fois Fernandez soliciting the office of public officer to stamp the weights and measures. January 7 #335
Request of George Pfeiffer, soliciting permission to practice medicine in this country. January 22 #336
Public address by Pre D. Baran, Gen. Syndic Attorney, indicating the precautions to take for preventing the ravages caused by yellow fever. January 24 #337
Public address by Gen. Syndic Attorney, Pre D. Banau, against the abuses taking place in the public balls of Coquet, the gambling houses of Boniguet and the taverns. February 7 #338
Request of G. Dujarreau, relative to his contract for repairs to the bridges. February 7 #339
Letter from Mr. Manuel de Salcedo announcing his nomination to the office of Governor Politic and Military of Louisiana. February 10 #340
Request of Messrs. Boniquet and Coquet soliciting the authorization to give balls to the colored people. February 13 #341
Letter from Mr. Nas Ma Vidal, war auditor, regarding the City sidewalks and crossing bridges. February 21 #342
Letter from Mr. Nas Ma Vidal, war auditor requesting the estimate of the City Hall, and desiring to know the amount due, on this edifice, to Dn. Andre Almonaster. February 21 #343
Request of Mr. Claude Da. Girod to Mr. the Intendant soliciting his influence in facilitating the trade he wishes to undertake with rules to be used by the refineries. February 24 #344
Letter from Mr. Balthazar Dusuau to apologize for the inability to perform the functions of Syndic for his district due to the impossibility to mount a horse as attested by a certificate from his physician. February 24 #345
Request of C. Sandre, giving his resignation as public auctioneer. March 21 #346
Request of Joseph Garcia, soliciting a lot on the parishes for building a small house in order to watch conveniently over Carondelet Canal. March 28 #347
Letter from Fois Cajo y Luengo, who upon information that the Cabildo wishes to pass funds in Spain, offers a bill of exchange with security for the sum of $1000 which he has in Pampelune. April 3 #348
Letter from the bishop of Louisiana announcing the hours he has fixed for divine worship. April 17 #349
Letter from Mr. Nas Ma Vidal, to the Cabildo, announcing that Mr. Joseph Vidal, commander of Concordia claims funds to prosecute the run away negroes in his district. April 30 #350
Request of Fois Ortiz, night watchman soliciting an increase in salary. May 9 #351
Request of the war auditor, relative the capture of run away negroes upon the American Territory. May 14 #352
Letter from the war auditor sending a Royal Order announcing that the rank of Military Officers, does not prevent Messrs. Gilberto, Andry, and Josef Leblanc to fill the functions of Council Member. May 14 #352b
Request of Mr. Jn. Bte. Carraly soliciting exemptions of the 4oe tax on the damaged flour he had purchased from the public warehouses. July 4 #353
Hiring contract for a dung cart, a horse and negro for removal of the city rubbish. July 4 #354
Hiring contract of a dirt dung cart. July 11 #355
Request of Lafon relative to the contracting of the crossing bridges for the city streets. July 11 #356
Letter from the Intendant to the Cabildo relative to the anchorage tax granted the city. July 18 #357
Letter from the war auditor relative to the treasurer account. August 1 #358
Letter from the war auditor relative to the securities which shall be furnished by the Spanish Governors. August 1 #359
Request of G. Dujarreau, sending statement of the extraordinary works he has made at the jail. August 1 #360
Letter from the war auditor, relative to the negroes admittance. August 8 #361
Certificate from the war commissary relative to the negroes admittance. August 9 #362
Representations by the Syndic Attorney regarding the behavior of negroes and colored people at the Ouachitas; with a letter from Mr. Badin on this matter. August 14 #363
Request of Mr. Lafon soliciting payment for a bridge he has constructed at the corner of Bourbon and Bienville. September 5 #364
Letter from Mr. L. Giovellina, physician, concerning the Leper Hospital. September 18 #365
Letter from the war auditor, to the Cabildo, relative the incompetency of an order rendered by him on the admittance of the negroes. October 21 #366
Request of the colored militia soliciting indemnity of an expedition made at the Apalaches, and also the benefices of several ball to be given in the room of Coquet. October 24 #367
Request of G. Dujarreau, relative his contract for repairs to the jails. October 31 #368
Request from Mr. G. Dujarreau, relative his contract for repairs to the jails. October 31 #369

1801

Public address of Syndic Attorney requesting the immediate construction of the crossing bridges. February 16 #371
Letter from the Marquis de Casa-Calvo relative to the dinner to be given at the arrival and in honor of the new Governor. April 30 #372
Request of Urbain Gaiennie to obtain a building lot on the batture opposite Faubourg Ste. Marie. May 21 #373
Request of Claude F. Girod to obtain a building lot on the batture opposite Faubourg Ste. Marie. May 23 #374
Letter from the Intendant transmitting a copy from one sent by the bishop relative to the cemetery granted the City. June 25 #375
Letter from Mr. G. Fletcher who offers to the Cabildo an old vessel to resist the ravages caused by the river. July 10 #376
Correspondence with the Intendant relative to the sum of $6,749.5oe collected by Dn. Andre Lopez Armestro, qualified to collect the funds proceeding from the barracks on the levee, paid to him by the succession of Gayoso de Lemos and intended by the King, for a matter of public utility. July 11 #377
Letter from Mr. Morales announcing that considering Mr. Lopez's departure he will fill the functions of Intendant as interim. July 14 #378
Letter from Gov. Salcedo, making known the bishop's observation that there is no chapel in the jails. July 30 #379
Public address by Pablo Lanusse, Syndic Attorney, asking renewal of the order rendered to stop the balls at Mr. Coquet's. August 14 #380
Letter form G. Dujarreau asking release of any responsibility for works at the jail, in accordance with his contract. August 14 #380
Public address by Syndic Attorney complaining of the obstacles opposed, in the construction of the crossing bridges, by the commissaries charged of having the work executed. August 14 #381
Documents relative to a proposition made the trade, by the Cabildo, for the establishing of a dike to admit the vessels. August 20 #382
Correspondence relative to the payment for the execution expenses of the criminals and also for the erection of a gibbet. August 22 #383
Letter from Gov. Mel Salcedo proposing the Cabildo to pay an account presented by the city jailor, that a receipt for the amount shall be given to him. September 2 #384
Letter from Gov. Mel Salcedo relative a representation by General Syndic Attorney. September 15 #385
Answer of Gov. Mel Salcedo to a letter from the Cabildo relative to the tax collected on imported goods and sold by the Americans in this city. September 30 #386
Letter from the bishop of Louisiana announcing his nomination to the archbishopric of Guatemala and that he conferred upon Abbot Hasset, the right to govern the diocese. October 29 #387
Representation by the Council Member Jean de Castanedo, relative to the abuses which happen in the fire wood retail. November 13 #388
Public address by F. Arnaud, Syndic Attorney, relative to the City properties. November 13 #389

1802

Request of Jeanne Jorda who offers to reimburse $890.4oe which belong to the Leper Hospital Treasurer. January 14 #390
Letter from Dn. Jn. Martiny de la Pedraja, transmitting consultation requested by the Cabildo. Note: The Consultation is missing. February 1 #391
Letter from Gov. Salcedo announcing that he has ordered two physicians to visit the houses stricken with smallpox in order to transfer the stricken persons on the other side of the river. February 12 #392
Letter from Mr. Martinez de la Pedraja soliciting the office of titular assessor. February 13 #393
Letter from Gov. Salcedo announcing to the Cabildo that he has just formed a board of health. February 25 #394
Declaration by the King, which approves the forgiveness granted several persons who intended to export funds fraudulently; and establishing for the future, an export duty of 6% upon the provisions as well as on the money. March 9 #395
Request of several citizens asking the Governor to author the inoculation, considering the ravages caused by the smallpox in the city. March 20 #396
Letter from Gov. Salcedo, dispatching a letter from Mr. de Someruelos, General Captain, ordering the freedom of Mr. Joseph Leblanc, incarcerated in account of a process between him, Messrs. Edmond Forstall and A. Morgan. March 30 #397
Copy of a Royal order relative to the 300 toises of lots surrounding the city and intended to be converted into gardens. April 28 #398
Letter from Dn. L. Carlos de Jean Attorney, soliciting functions of this office. April 25 #399
Letter from Gov. Salcedo, relative to the attorney Martin de la Pedraza's arrest. May 6 #400
Letter from Gov. Salcedo sending a document from General Captain relative the prerogative of the militaries filling civilian offices. May 21 #401
Letter from Gov. Salcedo, to the Cabildo, announcing that he has done all he could possibly do concerning attorney Martinez de la Pedraza and that he engage him to keep from getting mixed up into such affairs in the future. May 26 #402
Statement of the repairs needed by the City jail. June 25 #403
Request of Mrs. Almonaster, widow asking $6000.00 on account of the sums for the construction of the City Hall. July 10 #404
Sentence rendered by the resident tribunal concerning the different penalties and condemnations pronounced against various civilian officials. July 15 #405
Replacement ad intermin, of J. Castanedo, Treasurer, by Jh. Castanedo, his brother, considering the arrest of said Jean Castanedo. July 19 #406
Request of several individuals asking that the city levee be soundly repaired as promptly as possible. August 6 #407
Request of Martinez de la Pedraza, who under obligation to travel outside the colony recommends his wife and children to the Cabildo. September 14 #408
Letter from Dn. J. Hertado de Saracho offering to the Cabildo his services as accountant near the tribunals. September 22 #409
Documents concerning a payment of $300.00 ordered by the Cabildo, to an attorney from Port-an-Prince which is contested by Governor Manuel Salcedo. September 23 #410
Credentials for Gen. Victor, or any other French Officer charged of taking possession in this colony. October 11 #411
Request of George Estillet, soliciting payment for furnishing the Cabildo, with fire buckets. November 16 #412
Letter from By Lafon, who having promised to make a free laying out and leveling of the city, solicits negroes and pickets to perform this work. November 16 #413

1803

Public address by Salmon Prevost, Syndic Attorney, on various police matters. January 21 #414
Request of Fois La Rose, adjudicator for the public ballrooms, soliciting possession of the exclusive privilege of giving public balls. February 1 #415
Letter from Gov. Mal. Salcedo announcing to the Cabildo, the departure of criminal negroes coming from the Cap. February 19 #416
Various documents concerning the mortgage transfer for a sum due the Leper Hospital by Mrs. Cartier. February 21 #417
Letter from Gov. Man. Salcedo concerning the measures taken toward the neutral vessels bringing provisions. February 25 #418
Letter from Gov. Man. Salcedo concerning the arrest of various American pirates and announcing the process expenses in this matter. March 3 #419
Letter from Gov. Manuel Salcedo, announcing that he has given orders that the $1570 which he needs be drawn upon the City Treasurer. March 7 #420
Letter from Gov. Salcedo announcing a deposit of $2000 as security for the $1750 he has drawn upon the treasurer. March 7 #421
Order of payment from Mr. Salcedo in favor of Mrs. Almonaster, widow, in acquittance of the sums due by the city to the succession of Dn. Andre Almonaster. March 7 #422
Letter from Mr. Laussat, colonial Prefect of Louisiana informing the Cabildo of his arrival and transmitting various copies of his proclamation. March 28 #423
Letter from Gov. Salcedo, dispatching copy of a letter sent by Colonial Prefect Laussat in order to complete a certain number of beds for the Charity Hospital to receive the sick soldiers from the French army, taking possession of the country. April 9 #424
Proclamation by the Spanish commissaries, Messrs. Salcedo and Casa Calvo, sending the dispatches from the King concerning the delivery of Louisiana to the French Gevernor. May 18 #425
Letters from the Spanish commissaries, Messrs. Salcedo and Casa Calvo, sending the dispatches from the he King concerning the delivery of Louisiana to the French Governor. May 18 #426
Request of Pedro de la Roche, asking a certificate of the date he had been nominated perpetual Council Member. May 27 #427
Letter from Gov. Mel. Salcedo, concerning the butchery. September 3 #428
Letter from Gov. Mal Salcedo, which engage executions of the repairs to be done on the portion of the levee near the butcheries. September 16 #429
Dispatch from His Catholic Majesty that the title of Excellency be given the war auditor, and concerning also other etiquette matters. September 23 #430
Letter from Messrs. Casa Calvo and Salcedo, commissaries for His Catholic Majesty for the delivery of Louisiana to the French Government, soliciting an inventory. September 28 #431
Letter from Gov. Salcedo, exposing the claim from Mr. J. M. Dujarreu for payment of various work done for the City. November 11 #432
French Administration Proclamation concerning the taking possession of Louisiana by Mr. Laussat, colonial prefect, commissary for the French Government. November 30 #433
Nomination by the Colonial Prefect, of an artillery commander for the Place of Arms and of a Port Captain. November 30 #434
Nomination by the Colonial Prefect, of a Militia Commanding Colonel and a troop Inspector. November 30 #435
Decree of the Colonial Prefect bearing creation of a Municipal Council. November 30 #436
Nomination by the Colonial Prefect, of a Municipal Council. November 30 #437
Decree of the Colonial Prefect for the superintendent of the various treasurers funds and nomination of two commissaries at this effect and one City Treasurer. November 30 #438
Decree of the Colonial Prefect concerning the record office and Public archives. November 30 #439
Book of charges and furnishing of thousand folding beds for the troops of the French Republic. November 30 #440
Supply of fire wood for the troops of the French Republic. November 30 #441
Address to the French citizens of Louisiana by the Colonial Prefect. November 30 #442
Nomination of a general trustee Custom-house director and a custom-house paying treasurer. November 30 #443
Decree of the Colonial Prefect, naming Baptiste Durel quarter master treasurer for the Militia. December 1 #444
Decree of the Colonial Prefect which names various offices in the Militia. December 1 #445
Decree of the Colonial Prefect concerning the carabineer company reunited to the Militia Corps of this City. December 1 #446
Decree of Colonial Prefect naming Mr. Louis Blanc, as syndic for the police of Bayou St. John Bridge. December 1 #447
Statement of the sums turned over by Dn. Jean Castanedo in the hands of Mr. J. Bte Labatut, City Treasurer. December 1 #448
Bail of Mr. St. Julien furnished by Sir Elie Giron. December 3 #449
Decree ordering release of Louis St. Julien provided a security is furnished. December 3 #450
Decree authorizing the public functions of the notaries. December 3 #451
Decree placing the civil asylum under the authority and superintendence of the municipal body. December 3 #452
Decree naming Henry Molier appraising juror. December 5 #453
Decree maintaining in their offices the syndics of the small territorial districts all along the banks of the Mississippi. December 6 #454
Letter from Mr. Colonial Prefect to the mayor and members of the Municipal Body, concerning the admittance of the negroes and colored individuals, and also the delivery of the Cabildo archives. December 7 #455
Letter from Colonial Prefect to the Mayor and member of the Municipal Body concerning the payment by the City Treasurer, of the Militia in active services. December 8 #456
Letter from Colonial Prefect, announcing that the former treasurers of the factory, the consignations and deposits shall overturn the funds now in their possession into the hands of the new treasurer immediately. December 8 #457
Letter from Colonial Prefect informing the Municipal Body that His Catholic Majesty has ordered Mr. P. Pedesclaux, recorder for the Cabildo, to remit the archives under inventory. December 10 #458
Letter from Colonial Prefect, wishing to confer with one of the Municipal Council members on the offense of Dn. Christobal de Armas. December 10 #459
Decree appointing Mr. Livaudais, Jr. as Mayor of the Militia. December 10 #460
Inventory, not signed, of the remittance of the Cabildo documents and archives to the Municipality established by the Colonial Prefect. December 10 #461
Letter from Colonial Prefect, on the arrival of a vessel carrying suspicious colored individuals. December 11 #462
Decree on the creation of a Militia firemen company. December 16 #463
Decree for the superintendence and discipline of the slaves in the Louisiana Province. December 17 #464
Letter from Mr. Delille Duprat, concerning the death of Jean Baptiste, negro. December 17 #465

1804

Letter from Ma. Laussat, Colonial Prefect o the $3451.1 of vouchers overturned by the former City/Property Treasurer. January 3 #466
Letter from Colonial Prefect concerning the seals he had affixed on the notaries offices. January 11 #467
Letter from Mr. Laussat, concerning the City book-keeping and transmitting copy of a letter from His Catholic Majesty's commissaries. December 11 #468
Letter from Mr. Laussat, on the payment of the Militia in active service. December 17 #469
Letter from Mr. Laussat transmitting the answer from His Catholic Majesty's commissaries, concerning the United States bank notes. December 17 #470
Letter from Mr. Laussat on the result of his proceeding near His Catholic Majesty's commissaries concerning the book-keeping of the former treasurer Jn. Castanedo. January 20 #471
Letter from Mr. Laussat, concerning the difficulty between the Municipal Council and His Catholic Majesty's commissaries concerning the book-keeping of the former treasurer Castanedo. January, 25 #472
Letter from Ma. Laussat concerning the Archives solicited by the Municipality in her letter of December 29, 1803. January 26 #473
Letter from Mr. Laussat, sending the final resolution on the account of Jn. Castanedo, former property treasurer. January 26 #474
Letter from Messrs. Commissaries of His Catholic Majesty concerning the seals removal from the office of Mr. Pedro Pedesclaux. February 5 #475
Letter from Mr. Laussat, concerning payment of the Militia in active service and at the Bayou St. John, Plaquemines, Balise fortifications. February 11 #476
Letter from His Catholic Majesty's commissaries, concerning the giving in of properties accounts. February 24 #477
Letter from the Chief of the engineering Corps, H. L Vinache, requesting a certificate. March 31 #478
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative to the rule concerning the Port Captain. January 15 #479
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne in answer to the request made by the Municipal Body of a Militia Guard for the police of the public ball. January 28 #480
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne on the admittance of the negroes and colored individuals in the Antilles. February 8 #481
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne concerning the complaints against the proceedings expenses. March 1 #482
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative to the expenses of the prisoners. March 1 #483
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative an authorization to exhibit a machines game. March 7 #484
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative a warehouse for the storage of gunpowder; and also concerning the free negroes and colored individuals. March 19 #485
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne demanding the Municipal council to designate a reliable person capable of replacing Mr. P. Derbigny in the functions of Council Secretary. March 20 #486
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne transmitting the nomination of Mr. J. B. M. De la Hougue as Council Secretary. March 31 #487
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne regarding a project of establishing a body of horse-police. March 31 #488
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne on necessity of taking certain measures against the wandering dogs in the city streets. April 3 #489
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative to the management of Mr. Heins, district commissary. April 7 #490
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative the troops claimed by the Police Commissaries. April 10 #491
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne asking that a census be made of the white male population in order to reorganize a militia. April 19 #492
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne demanding the Municipal council to designate a reliable person capable of replacing Mr. De la Hogue as Municipal Secretary. April 19 #493
demanding the Municipal council to designate a reliable person capable of replacing Mr. P. Derbigny in the functions of Council Secretary, relative the admittance of the negroes and colored individuals coming from the islands. April 25 #494
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne approving the means taken by the Municipality concerning the dogs. May 2 #495
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative the sums belonging to the City treasurer and still in the hands of His Catholic Majesty's officers. May 10 #496
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne soliciting the Municipality to entrust him for a few days with the register of 1669. May 10 #497
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne sending back the register of 1769 with which he had been entrusted. May 10 #498
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative to the opening of a roadway on one of the Bayou St. John Banks. May 25 #499
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative to the request made to the former Governor Salcedo May 28 #500
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne transmitting a letter from Dr. Watkins relative toe the City salubrity. May 30 #501
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne naming Mr. Dow and the Port physician members of the Board of Health. June 6 #502
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne transmitting a petition from the inhabitants of Bayou St. John relative the sand brought by the Marigny Canal at the entrance of Bayou St. John. June 12 #503
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne recommending that a rule be made for the members of the Board of Health. June 14 #504
Documents relative the negro Marseilles belonging to Mr. Paimboeuf. June 14 #505
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne transmitting a letter from Dr. Watkins announcing the small pox epidemic in the City. June 16 #506
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne approving the persons named to forma board of Health; and also relative to the Marigny Canal. July 9 #507
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne regarding the reprehensible behavior of the free colored individuals. July 10 #508
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne announcing that Mr. Dn. Scott possesses a powerful vaccine matter. July 10 #509
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne which announces the sending of a troop detachment to the Balise in order to prevent admittance of the suspicious colored individuals. July 25 #510
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne proposing the Municipality to increase the Board of Health to four members. July 26 #511
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative the Municipality decree ordering the demolition of the houses situated on the levee. July 27 #512
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne transmitting the commissions of four new members of the board of health. August 1 #513
Documents relative the negro Marseille who has been freed under a $500.00 bond. August 2 #514
Letter from the Marquis Casa Calvo relative the Cabildo Archives. August 2 #516
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne naming Mr. M. Bourgeois Secretary to the Municipal Body. August 3 #517
Letter from Mr. Dujarreau, architect, for the estimate made at the City Hall. August 10 #518
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne relative the foreigners and also the matter between Messrs. Cisergues and Henderson. August 10 #519
Letter from Jean Blanque, relative to the seizure of his storehouse by the custom officers. August 11 #520
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne announcing that he has received from Marquis Casa Calvo the documents of Mascant's succession and that he transmits them to the Municipality. September 3 #521
Memorandum of Mr. Lafon, relative the Mississippi River. September 11 #522
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne announcing that he has notified Mrs. Castillon, widow, of the conduct of Mr. Fortin, Surgeon for the Charity Hospital of which she is patroness. September 16 #523
Petition from several inhabitants on various police matters. September 26 #524
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne approving the physician monthly meeting October 6 #525
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne who thinks that Messrs. Flood and Blanquet, physicians shall be exempt of any examinations. October 8 #526
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne transmitting the documents relative to Mascant's succession. October 23 #527
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne concerning Mr. Petarin and also the sentenced negroes. November 1 #528
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne transmitting a letter from Mr. Petarin concerning certain negroes introduced in the city; also soliciting the Municipality to name two commissaries to receive the archives from Mr. Ximenes. November 14 #529
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne on the insult made the Militia by the regular troops; on the occupation of a room in the City Hall by the Superior district court. November 14 #530
Petition of Mr. George Pollock asking to purchase a lot of ground belonging to the city. November 27 #531

1805

Petition of Messrs. Geo. W. Dewes and S. M. Cann to obtain authorization to erect a ship yard on the ground below the market place of this city. January 11 #532
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne ordering Mr. Ximenes to remit to the Municipality the documents concerning the City properties. January 20 #533
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne soliciting from the City a loan of $500. @ 2000.00. January 30 #534
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne concerning an arrest made by the officer commanding the City Hall post. February 9 #535
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne sending the act of the City Incorporation. February 20 #536
Letter from Gov. William C. C. Claiborne congratulating the Municipal Body for the work executed during it's session. February 27 #537
Oath of Mayor S. Pilot and Recorder John Watkins. March 11 #538
Petition of Messrs. Paul Lanusse and Jh Tricou concerning the remittance of funds and documents belonging to the Church. June 15 #539
Deliberations of the administrators of Orleans Church properties. July 9 #540

1806

Letter from Mr. Moreau relative to the city parishes. April 30 #541
Letter from Messrs. Derbigny and Kerr relative to the City parishes. October 6 #542
Letter from Mr. Derbigny transmitting a statement of the various litigious matter of the New Orleans Corporation. November 21 #543
Letter from Del Clark, relative to the claims made by the City to the General Governor. December 31 #544

1807

Letter from General Wilkinson relative to the projects of Burr and transmitting an order from the secretary of War. January 1 #545
Letter from Del Clark, transmitting communication from the President of the United States, relative to the City parishes. January 15 #546
Letter from Del Clark concerning the City parishes. January 22 #547
Letter from Del Clark relative to the construction of a Charity Hospital fro the sailors. February 6 #548
Letter from Del Clark relative to the construction of a Charity Hospital fro the sailors. February 14 #549
Letter from John Watkins transmitting a letter from Gov. W. C. C. Claiborne naming Mr. James Mather St. Mayor in replacing Mr. John Watkins. March 7 #550
Letter from Mr. Moreau Lislet, judge, relative to the jails, the bridge on the bayou and the taverns. July 15 #551
Letter from Mr. James Brown transmitting an extract of a letter from the treasurer's Secretary relative to the city parishes. November 12 #552
Letter from Del Clark relative to the city parishes and transmitting copy of a letter from the President. December 16 #553
Letter from Del Clark concerning the City claims on the batture. December 24 #554

1808

Letter from Del Clark concerning the parishes and the public buildings. April 14 #555
Letter from Gov. W. C. C. Claiborne relative to the commissions of Justices of Peace to be granted the Aldermen. May 25 #556
Letter from Judge Moreau Lislet transmitting the decree from the Parish meeting relative to the bridge of Bayou St. John. July 15 #557
Letter from Commodore Porter soliciting the authorization to construct a building on the batture opposite Marigny Canal; for a telegraphic line from the Balise to New Orleans. August 12 #538
Letter from Mr. A. L. Duncan relative to the decision of Judge Lewis from the Higher Court in the Corporation process against R. D. Shepherd over the levee taxes. November 18 #559

1809

Affidavits from several New Orleans tavern-keepers relative to a process entered in their names, against the City by Mr. Edward Livingston, attorney. January 23 #560
Memorandum addressed by the City of New Orleans to the Honorable Julien Poydras, delegate for the Orleans Territory, at the United States Congress. March 23 #561
Record from Jacques Tanesse, City Surveying Engineer, relative to the right bank of the river opposite the batture of faubourg Ste. Mary. April 23 #562
Letter from the United States President, James Madison, in answer to the one from the Council congratulating him on his election to the Presidentship. July 23 #563
Resolution from the Church warden of St. Louis Church placing at the mayor's disposal a sum of $500 to assist the refugees from St. Domingo. July 23 #564
Letter from Mrs. Castillon, widow, relative the fire at the Charity Hospital. September 23 #565

1810

Judgement rendered by the Higher Court in the process concerning the bridge of Bayou St. John. February 5 #566
Letter from Mr. Caisergue, secretary for the Church wardens, relative to the Old Cemetery possession. April 18 #567
Letter from Gov. W. C. C. Claiborne thanking the City Council for its kind sentiments. April 28 #568
Letter from Mr. Allard concerning a road way on one of the banks of Bayou St. John. July 24 #569
Protest of Messrs. James Johnston, Sam B. Davis and William Lidle concerning a lot a ground situated opposite the rope-yard and the ramparts in this city. August 20 #570
Petition from several inhabitants to the honorable Judges of the Higher Court, parish of Orleans, relative to the tax of Bayou St. John Bridge. August 30 #571
Petition from Ferdinand Y Canes relative to the condition imposed upon Fois Bermudez at the time the King of Spain granted him a three acre area on Carondelet Canal. October 3 #572


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