Ministers Setting Out for Mount Vernon, Etc.

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Date July 5, 1796
Author Name James McHenry (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name George Washington (primary)
Summary Several ministers of France are setting out for Mount Vernon. It might be proper to be more particular with Mr. Adet especially respecting Mr. Pickering's questions. Major Kersey will be deranged on the principle of seniority. The army would benefit if he and Major Peters could be retained and Major Cushing deranged in their stead.
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Document Notes Partially illegible, missing pages. The author is not shown but, based on content, it is presumed to be McHenry.
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Related Persons/Groups George Washington; James McHenry; Chevalier de Friere; secretary; Lester; Lister; Mrs. Lister; Mrs. Lester; Madame de Friere; ministers; Mr. Adet; Pickering; Major Kersey; Peters; Cushing; General Wayne; infantry; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Massachusetts; Connecticut; Mount Vernon; ;
Keywords politeness; wish to see him; principle of seniority; ;
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