Particular Modes Adopted for Transmitting Returns, Etc.

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Date March 14, 1800
Author Name Constant Freeman (primary) Location: Fort Johnson
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary After submitting a return of clothing due Captain Kalteisen, Freeman inquired as to the particular modes required for transmitting returns. Since he has not had a reply, he is unable to answer the men's inquiries respecting their clothing. He congratulates Hodgdon on the birth of his daughter but advises that he and his wife are unable to do likewise since they may be removed from St. Croix to St. Marys. If they were fixed to one spot, maybe they could do better.
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Constant Freeman; DeBerger; wife; Mrs. Hodgdon; Miss Phillips; Captain Kalteisen; Mrs. Freeman; daughter; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Fort Johnson; St. Croix; St. Mary's;
Keywords return; clothing; birth; health; ;
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