Sundries Received by the Builder of the Frigate for the Mediterranean Service

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Date January 20, 1797
Author Name Edmund H. Quincy (primary) Location: Portsmouth
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Enclosed return of sundries received from the contractor, James Hackett, for the construction of a frigate built for Mediterranean service. Notification that Hackett gave a receipt to Jacob Sheafe, naval agent, for the timber; plank, and bearings.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Edmund H. Quincey; Superintendent of Military Stores; contractor; James Hackett; Elisha; James Hill; Elisha & James Hill; blacksmith; Jacob Sheafe; naval agent; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Portsmouth; New Hampshire; Mediterranean; Military Stores; ;
Keywords frigate; sudries; return; supplies; iron; timber; plank; bearings; stores; ;
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