Statement of Terms for Ironwork Aboard Frigate

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Date September 9, 1796
Author Name William Plaisted (primary) Location: Portsmouth
Recipient Name Josiah Fox (primary) Location: Portsmouth
Summary Letter, describes terms for iron work on Frigate currently under construction.
Document Format Letterbook Copy
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Related Persons/Groups Josiah Fox; William Plaisted; naval contrscutor; ;
Related Places Portsmouth; United States; New York City; New York; ;
Keywords iron work; frigate; iron; ship; workmanlike manner; shillings; ;
Key Phrases government shall find all the iron; all the iron work for the said ship shall be done in a good and workmanlike manner; compleating the iron work for the frigate proposed to be built for the United States;
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