Letters written to Winfield Scott during the years 1819 thru 1861

Winfield Scott

7 Letters written to Winfield Scott from 5 author(s) including John Calhoun , and George Mcclellan from places such as War Department, MD, Mr. Oneils and Washington, DC. Who did Winfield Scott know?

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  • John Calhoun letter to Winfield Scott.

    War Department, MD - 5 March 1819

    I have laid your statement before the President in order to take his direction in relation to it

  • John Calhoun letter to Winfield Scott.

    War Department, MD - 11 March 1819

    The President concurs with me in opinion that any relaxation of the order of the 21st February 1818, as it relates to the correspondence between yourself and Genl. Jackson, would be improper.

  • Andrew Jackson letter to Winfield Scott.

    Mr. Oneils - 11 December 1823

    Your letter of to-day has been received. Whether the world are correct or in error, as regards my 'magnanimity', is for the world to decide.

  • letter to Winfield Scott.

    Washington, DC - 23 November 1846

    William Marcy letter to Winfield Scott

  • Gustavus Fox letter to Winfield Scott.

    unknown - 8 February 1861

    Lieutenant Hall and myself have had several free conferences ; and if he is permitted by the South Carolina authorities to re-enter Fort Sumter, Major Anderson will comprehend the plan for his relief.

  • letter to Winfield Scott.

    Arlington, VA - 20 April 1861

    robert lee writes his resignation letter to general winfield scott

  • George Mcclellan letter to Winfield Scott.

    Washington, MD - 8 August 1861

    Information from various sources reaching me to-day, through spies, letters, and telegrams, confirms my impressions, derived from previous advices, that the enemy intend attacking our positions on the other side of the river