Reviews Activity with Ships for Georgia

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Date January 11, 1795
Author Name Tench Coxe (primary) Location: Revenue Office
Recipient Name Timothy Pickering (primary)
Summary Expresses concern that the Secretary of the Treasury had not been apprised of Coxe's business, and communication should be forwarded to Mr. Francis. Reports that vessels for Georgia have been taken up in Philadelphia under Captain Barry, and his office has no further information. Lists available vessels and previous circular letters sent to naval agents. Asks that he go over previous communications within his department to get up to date.
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Related Persons/Groups Timothy Pickering; Tench Coxe; Secretary of the Treasury; Alexander Hamilton; Mr. Francis; Captain Barry; Mr. Morgan; Frigate Commanders; Naval Agents; Captain Dale; Captain Truxton; Henry Knox; Mr. Slough; ;
Related Places Revenue Office; Georgia; Philadelphia; New England; Baltimore; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; ;
Keywords vessels; letters; ;
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