Payment and Settlement of Accounts

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Date March 10, 1797
Author Name Isaac Craig (primary) Location: Pittsburgh
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary)
Summary James Hamilton arrived with two wagon loads of supplies for officers. Payment of Hamilton discussed. Requested that Hodgdon appeal claims of Polhemus if they are denied by the Accountant, and asked for someone in Trenton to settle them. List of supplies requested by Col. Butler enclosed due to the lack of stores in Pittsburgh. Previous report of deaths on Auglaize River found to be false.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Isaac Craig; Colonel W Sergeant; James Hamilton; Colonel Hamtramck; Caleb Swan; Accountant; Lieutenant Polhemus; George Stememon; Colonel Butler; Elizabeth Helen; Colonel; O'Hara; Mrs. General Butler; Haragan; Lieutenant Underwood; ;
Related Places Pittsburgh; Presque Isle; Presque'isle; French Creek; Fort Washington; Trenton; New Jersey; Knoxville; Race Street; Au Glaize; Auglaize River; Philadelphia; ;
Keywords newspapers; wagons; supplies; provisions; stores; receipt; draft; appropriation; quartermaster stores; letter of attorney; public debt; ;
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