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Irwin, Jared

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Works: 19 works in 23 publications in 1 language and 78 library holdings
Genres: Treaties  History  Records and correspondence  Sources 
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posthumous Publications by Jared Irwin, published posthumously.
Most widely held works by Jared Irwin
Jared Irwin letters by Jared Irwin ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This collection consists of letters from Jared Irwin to Elijah Clark, officials of the Georgia State legislature, and an unnamed military person, about military and state matters. There is also a letter from John Scott to Jared Irwin about military matters
Letter [with enclosure], 1788 Mar. 28 [to the] Governor [of Georgia?] by John Twiggs ( )
1 edition published in 1788 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Letter from General John Twiggs to the Governor (of Georgia?) dated March 28, 1788, enclosing a copy of a letter received by Twiggs from Colonel Jared Irwin. Twiggs and Irwin describe the dire situation on the frontier of Burke and Washington Counties due to conflict with Indians. Letters describe several attacks by the Indians on local families and troops, and the desertion of settlers from these frontier counties
State of Georgia act by George Johnston ( )
1 edition published in 1806 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The Act was signed by Benjamin Whitaker, Speaker of the House of Representatives and Edward Telfair, President of the Senate, and was approved by Ga. Governor Jared Irwin
Papers by Jared Irwin ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence includes a letter from Captain Webb justifying his action in a skirmish with the Indians; a letter to Governor George Mathews informing him of a new militia commander at Fort Twiggs; a letter from John Habersham submitting a treaty with the Creek Indians for his approval; a letter from Abraham Baldwin regarding the investigation of the conspiracy of William Blount; and several items referring to the sale, the transportation and the marriage of slaves
Savannah, [Ga.], to Jared Irwin, governor of the state of Georgia by John Habersham ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Two letters, Apr. 4 and 13, 1796, from John Habersham, "Agent for supplying the Troops In Georgia," to Jared Irwin, governor of Georgia, regarding plans for supplying the Creek Indians at Treaty negotiations scheduled for May at Colerain
Papers by John Twiggs ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Collection contains Twigg's papers including a letter, 1781, to Twiggs from James Jackson (possibly the general) concerning an attack on the British near Ogeechee, Ga.; a letter from Twiggs to a merchant concerning clothing for his slaves; and a letter, 1786, to Twiggs from Jared Irwin, asking for help against the Creek Indians along the Oconee River
Letter, 1789 Oct. 12, Washington County, [Georgia] to George Walton, [Governor of Georgia], A[u]gusta, [Georgia] by Jared Irwin ( )
1 edition published in 1789 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This is a letter dated October 12, 1789 from Colonel Jared Irwin to George Walton, Governor of Georgia (1789), reporting recent conflicts with unnamed Indians in the vicinity of the Oconee River (Georgia). Irwin reports that Indians have allegedly burned settlers' homes and stolen their crops and that many settlers took refuge in a fort, which the Indians later burned as well. Irwin says that they are without ammunition and are therefore relatively defenseless, and he asks the governor to send them some supplies. Irwin was later Governor of Georgia (1796-1798, 1806-1809). Walton's response to this letter, cmt006, also appears on the Southeastern Native American Databa
[Letter] 1789 Oct. 13, Augusta, [Georgia to] Colonel [Jared] Irwin by Georgia ( )
1 edition published in 1789 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This is a letter dated October 13, 1789 from George Walton, Governor of Georgia (1789), to Colonel Jared Irwin expressing both his concern and his surprise at the recent Indian depredations near the Oconee River. Walton notes that, although a treaty had not yet been signed, United States commissioners had recently received assurances from the chiefs of the Creek Nation, including Alexander McGillivray, that the Indians would not commit any more acts of violence until another attempt at a treaty could be made. Walton expresses his hope for peace but nevertheless cautions Irwin to remain on guard and promises to send him some ammunition. This letter is a response to cmt005, Irwin's letter to Walton informing him of the recent viole
[Affidavit of] Henry Carrel, 1793 Sept. 6, Washington County, Georgia by Henry Carrel ( )
1 edition published in 1793 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This document is a sworn affidavit from Henry Carrel of Washington County, Georgia, attested to by Jared Irwin, Justice of the Peace (and Governor of Georgia, 1796-1798), dated September 6, 1793. Carrel indicates that he was a member of a volunteer troop stationed at Long Bluff whose horses were allegedly stolen by an unnamed group of Indians. Carrel states that he and others pursued the horses and upon discovering three Indians, fired upon them and received return fire. Carrel suspects that at least one Indian died at the scene and that the other two were mortally wounded. The horses were recovered
 
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Alternative Names
Irvine, Jared, 1768-1818
Languages
English (23)