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Enclosed Account is of No Use in Its Present Form, Etc.

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CollectionLibrary of Congress: Samuel Hodgdon Letterbook, 1798-99 view image
Document Information
Date February 9, 1798
Author Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name Isaac Craig (primary)
Summary Letter, discusses account statement; mentions misplaced letter.
Document Format Letterbook Copy
Document Notes Cited in Craig to Hodgdon, 02/16/1798.
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups Major Isaac Craig; Samuel Hodgdon; Wilkins; O'Hara; Quartermaster General; comptroller; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; ;
Keywords credit; sugar; misplaced letter; Martin's receipt; ;
Key Phrases proper credit; sugar shall go forward soon; subsequent payments to you are charged to the present Quarter Master General; debits; private account; mode is simple and plain; examined your account and state it in the above principles; comptroller informs me the subsequent receipts at your request was admitted; charges you with my advances; received your letter; mislaid by the Secretary of War; account enclosed can be of no use in its present form; statement with O'Hara;
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