Letter, 1813 August 11.

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Letter, 1813 August 11.

Letter to Stephen Van Rensselaer introducing Lieutenant Colonel Meyers, a captured British officer on parole. Boyd requests Van Rensselaer to show the prisoner "those attentions which are due to a meritorious stranger." Written at Fort George, Upper Canada.

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Boyd, John Parker, 1764-1830

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