Guns and the Progress on the Gun Carriages

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Date July 21, 1795
Author Name John Bryant (primary) Location: Springfield
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary)
Summary Enclosed in the letter is a return for ordnance and stores for June 1795. Bryant found a significant amount of extra gun parts in perfect condition. The gun carriages are nearly all complete and Bryant wishes to know if the armorers are to clean the French arms on site or if he is to hire men.
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; John Bryant; French; soldiers; hire; workmen; armourers; ;
Related Places Springfield; New York; ;
Keywords return; ordnance; stores; gunrods; carbon rods; gun works; ball; grape shot; hammer springs; cock pins; howitzers; carriage bodys; 6 pounders; iron; side boxes; soldiers; french arms; ;
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