Copy of letter, November 20, 1823, J. L. Williams, Pensacola, to Richard K. Call, Delegate from Florida, Washington, 2 pp., cover letter for ''our report as commissioners to locate the seat of government for the Territory.'' Relates that ''. . . the first view of Tallahassee convinced [Doct. Simmons] that no spot in the Territory united so many advantages. But he felt mortified . . . that his friends in St. Augustine might say that he had deserted their interests. . .''
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