Anxiety Regarding Money Transactions, Etc.

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Date March 12, 1800
Author Name Joseph Williams (primary) Location: Springfield
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Williams feels that the mode adopted by Hodgdon of remitting one thousand dollars at a time will, despite the risk, enable him to meet his payments. He understands Hodgdon's anxiety in making these payments since his own anxiety is allevieated only after he has submitted his vouchers and the amount is placed to his credit. A machine for cutting bayonet jackets has been received at the Armory.
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Joseph Williams; James Byers Jr; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Springfield;
Keywords post notes; hoop and nail rod iron; remitting; money transactions; machine; bayonet sockets; armory; house; fire; brass screws; engine hose; ;
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