McHenry's Case with the State; Election News

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Date November 16, 1796
Author Name James Winchester (primary) Location: Baltimore
Recipient Name James McHenry (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Winchester refers to a case between McHenry and the state, but tells him they are loathe to do anything that diminishes their revenue. He refers to politics, and how they wait for news from a distance, at the price of those at home. He discusses the political fortunes of some gentlemen in the race.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups James McHenry; James Winchester; Thomas Jefferson; Mr. Carroll; Colonel Howard; Mr. Potts; House of Delegates; Mr. Key; Treasury; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Baltimore; Annapollis; ;
Keywords case; revenue; legislature; justice; politics; elections; Cross-Cut bill; ;
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