Appraisal of Three Public Horses

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Date January 17, 1800
Author Name George Fleming (primary) Location: West Point
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary In addition to enclosing the return for military stores for the last quarter of 1799, there is an appraisal of the three public horses by Captain Harry Garrison, the contractor's agent. Garrison and John Kronkhyte are responsible characters and competent judges of horses. They were appraised high so to have sold them for cash either at West Point or in the country would have been throwing public property away.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; George Fleming; Captain Harry Garrison; contractor; Mr. John Kronkhyte; Vendue Master; Doctor Brown; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; West Point;
Keywords return; military stores; public horses; certificate; cash; appraised; public property; river; ;
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