Enclosed Accounts Current Limited, with explanation

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Date June 26, 1798
Author Name Michael G. Houdin (primary) Location: Albany
Recipient Name William Simmons (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Houdin has only just received Simmons' letter of March 22. He explains the limited nature of his enclosed account current: he had been informed that his account would close in August 1797 and had sent a statement to Hodgdon, but did not keep a copy. He suggests Simmons ask Hodgdon for the statement.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups William Simmons; Michael Houdin; Samuel Hodgdon; Mr. Caldwell; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Albany; Fort Schuyler; Canada; ;
Keywords little anxiety; account current; statement of disbursement; account should be closed; papers; copy; public money; salary; vouchers for the public expenditures; vouchers; money received; balance of my acocunt; abundance of compliments; true friendship; journey to Canada; ;
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