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Delivery of Contracted Goods, Suppression of Insurgents

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CollectionTennessee State Library and Archives: James Robertson Papers view image
Document Information
Date November 21, 1794
Author Name Isaac Craig (primary) Location: Pittsburgh
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Notification that Craig drew on Hodgdon in favor of contractors, and others to settle accounts. Noted militia successfully convinced "deluded multitude" that the army has enough strength to "chastise them when necessary." Several insurgents in confinement awaiting transport to Philadelphia for trial, other evaded capture. Request for more money to settle accounts and needs of garrisons added to the upper posts of the Ohio river.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Isaac Craig; Messrs Green & Meigs; Green; Meigs; John Arbuckle; express; courier; militia; insurgents; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Pittsburgh; Merrietta; Marietta; confinement; Pennsylvania; New Jersey; stores; camp; quarters; upper posts of the Ohio; Ohio River; ;
Keywords contract; bushels of corn; dollars; ordnance stores; camp equipage; accounts; fuel; forage; confinement; trial; quarters; ;
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