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Speculates about Contents of Hogsheads; Encourages Clothing to be Sent to Recruiting Parties in New Hampshire

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CollectionLibrary of Congress: Samuel Hodgdon Letterbook, 1798-99 view image
Document Information
Date July 24, 1799
Author Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name James McHenry (primary)
Summary Reports the impossibility of knowing what type of clothing and articles are in the hogsheads mentioned in the letter. Believes that they are for the artillery regiment. If any recruiters remain in New Hampshire, it may be well for Mr. Rogers to check the contents and deliver clothing to them. Receipts are to be forwarded immediately.
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Related Persons/Groups James McHenry; Samuel Hodgdon; Mr. Rogers;
Related Places Philadelphia; New Hampshire;
Keywords Clothing; Articles; Hogsheads; Receipts;
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