Clothing to be Forwarded by way of New Orleans

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Date September 30, 1799
Author Name James Miller (primary) Location: Trenton
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Amidst a discussion of other shipping concerns, Miller notes that General Hamilton has directed that the clothes for the posts of Fort Adams, Fort McHenry and others on the Mississippi should go by way of New Orleans.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; James Miller; Harris; Messrs Ramsey & Broom; General Alexander Hamilton; General Wilkinson; Secretary of War; Secretary of the Navy; Colonel Carrington; Captain Brant; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Trenton; Wilmington, Delaware; Fort Adams; Fort Fayette; Fort McHenry; Mississippi River; New Orleans; Fort Stoddart; Mobile; Richmond; Fredericksburg; ;
Keywords clothing; heavy cannon; ships; ;
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