Inquiry into Whether All Officers' Commissions Have Been Sent

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PublicationAdams, Charles Francis. The Works of John Adams. Boston, Little, Brown and Co.,1854. (no image)
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Date March 31, 1800
Author Name John Adams (primary) Location: Phildelphia
Recipient Name James McHenry (primary)
Summary Inquires whether all officers' commissions have been sent, and if not, how many remain to be sent.
Document Format Letterbook
Document Notes 2 COLLECTIONS: one with photocopy images, one without images.
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Related Persons/Groups James McHenry; John Adams; President of the United States; Secretary of War; officers; ;
Related Places Philadelphia;
Keywords commissions; ;
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Secretary of the Navy
Philadelphia March 25 1800
The President of the United States requests of the Secretary of War immediate information whether the commissions have been sent to all the officers of the army or not and if not, how many remain to be sent.
Philadelphia April 3d
Secretary of War