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Index to John Beverley Robinson's Letterbook

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1. Dec. 12, 1812. Robinson to Major General Sheaffe.

Re whether he (Robinson) should stay in York or return to Niagara.

2. Dec. 26, 1812.

Opinion on Question: Can inhabitants of Michigan territory be legally called upon by this government for military service in the United States?

3. [ca. Dec. 1812.]

Opinion on Question: During the existence of an Armistice... a Boat loaded with Salt drifted from the American side and came over to our shore near Fort Erie... Was its detainer lawful?

4. Dec. 31, 1812. Robinson to unspecified.

Re alleged conspiracy on the part of sectaries near York to limit their crops to avoid assisting the troops.

5. Jan. 31, 1813. Robinson to L.P. Sherwood.

Re seized tea.

6. Jan. 31, 1813. Robinson to J. Warren, Jr.

Re articles seized by Warren in 1811.

7. Feb. 24, 1813. Robinson to E. McMahon.

Re statutes about to expire.

8. Mar. 2, 1813. Robinson to J. Warren, Jr.

Re seizure of goods.

9. Mar. 8, 1813. Robinson to T. Durand.

Instructions re a criminal case.

10. April 7, 1813. Robinson to Q. St. George.

Re propriety of St. George appearing on a Grand Jury at the last Court.

11. July 1, 1813. Robinson to Lt. Col. McLean

Re seizure of goods.

12. [July 1813.] Robinson to the Chief Justice.

Re treasonous abandonment of land with crops in Niagara District.

13. July 23, 1813. Robinson to unspecified.

Re legality of certain measures to ensure supplies for the troops.

14. July 24, 1813. Robinson to E. McMahon.

Re prohibitions against distillation of alcohol.

15. Aug. 9, 1813. Robinson to Major General de Rottenburg.

Re methods of dealing with people suspected of treason.

16. Aug. 16, 1813. Robinson to E. McMahon.

Re suspicious persons.

17. [Aug. 1813.] Robinson to E. McMahon.

Re treason case against “Connor.”

18. Aug. 21, 1813. Robinson to E. McMahon.

Re applicability of martial law to civilian half-pay officers.

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