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Reports Communication with Various People; Describes Journey to Georgia

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Comm of Revenue Letterbook, RG74 view image
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Date October 3, 1794
Author Name Tench Coxe (primary) Location: Revenue Office
Recipient Name Alexander Hamilton (primary)
Summary Copy of letter from Samuel Hodgdon. Expresses eagerness to assist Major Stagg in any way. Concerned that the business expectations of him are not satisfactory to Stagg and Hodgdon, rather, part of the duties of the Secretary of War. Coxe will attend to the public service at the best of his abilities. Desires to settle accounts with contractors between Fort Washington and Pittsburgh. Reports departure of Captain Barry for Georgia with his delivery of oak, cedar, and pine.
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Related Persons/Groups Alexander Hamilton; Tench Coxe; Samuel Hodgdon; John Stagg; Henry Knox; Secretary of War; Mr. Elliot; Mr. Williams; Contractors; Scott Earnest; Wheeler; Miller; General Huntington; Captain Barry; Mr. Habersham; Major Hopkins; Morgan; Naval Agents; Collectors; Major Stagg; militia; collector of customs at Savannah; Secretary of Treasury; Revenue Office; axemen; carpenters; ;
Related Places Revenue Office; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Pittsburgh; Fort Washington; Pittsburgh; Georgia; St Simons Island, Georgia; Savannah; ;
Keywords duties; accounts; oak; cedar; pine; delivery; vessels; frigate construction; live oak; timber wheels; oxen; pine beams; contracts; yokes; horses; war; law; money; brigantine; ports; ;
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