Bills in Hodgdon's Favor Being Settled

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Date June 29, 1795
Author Name Jonathan Dayton (primary) Location: Elizabeth Town
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Dayton mentions to Hodgdon,a letter from Israel Ludlow which informs him that the bills drawn in Hodgdon's favor for $1500 have been presented and paid. Dayton requests that Hodgdon discharge a draft for the sum of $560 in favor of Clement Biddle and transmit the surplus to a New York branch bank.
Document Format Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Jonathan Dayton; Israel Ludlow; Clement Biddle; Superintendent of Military Stores; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Elizabeth Town; New York Branch Bank; Cincinnati; New Jersey; Pennsylvania; ;
Keywords letter of advice; bills; draft; surplus; post note; ;
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