On the legality of Colonel Reed selling liquor to troops

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Date December 5, 1795
Author Name Timothy Pickering (primary) Location: War Office
Recipient Name William Rawle (primary)
Summary On behalf of Captain Bissell, commander at Presque Isle, Pickering requests legal opinion from the US District Attorney on what legal measures can be taken against Colonel Reed, who is selling liquor to the troops.
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Related Persons/Groups William Rawle; Timothy Pickering; Captain Russell Bissell; command; Colonel Reed; Secretary of War; District Attorney; abandoned character; ;
Related Places Presque Isle; Pennsylvania; War Office;
Keywords legal opinion; liquor; sale of liquor to troops; legal measures; property; hut; articles; rules; regulations; ;
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