Letter from T.H. Cushing to Isaac Hodsdon (Dec. 29, 1813)
Letter to the Editor
Article 2, footnote 21
Chapter 4, footnote 4
... General Thomas H. Cushing of the United States Army wrote from his headquarters in Boston to Captain Isaac Hodsdon … The act, laying an Embargo will justify you in stopping every person or thing which you may find in motion for the enemys country and you will not fail to make every exertion for carrying it into full and complete effect.