Letter, February 24, 1819, Robert Baylor to Captain Richard K. Call, 3 pp., regarding Andrew Jackson: ''the immortal Jackson will reign in the hearts unrivalled of generations unborn . . .''; ninety percent of Americans are ''firm friends of Jackson'' despite attempts by some Congressmen and cabinet officials to censure him for his punitive expedition into Spanish East Florida. Urges Call to ''emulate the military virtues of your great chief'' in the First Seminole War. Mentions execution of British traders Arbuthnot and Ambrister.
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