D. C. COOPER TO WORTHINGTON
Dayton June 18th 1813
I have the satisfaction of informing you, that our frontier settlement enjoy peace once tranquillity, you may rest asured sir, that those persons who treat ise[?] their real friends with desire, respect, last autumn, are willing to make aclmowledgements and should an oppertunity offer them, you will be sensible of my opinion - being correct.
Capt. Edwards of this place who became a prisoner of war, at the surr- ender of Detroit, not being personally acquainted with you, requests me to solicit your aid in affecting his exchange --
Capt. Edwards is a man well acquainted, with the duties of an Officer, and appears very desireous to distinguish hinself, and perticularly at the retakeing of the place where he was so degradedly surrendered.
I am sir with sentiments of respects yours obt.
D. C. Cooper
Thos. Worthington Esq --
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