Joseph Miller is Not to be Regarded a Purveyor or Agent to a Purveyor

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Date April 18, 1800
Author Name Joseph Miller (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name William Simmons (primary) Location: War Department
Summary Conversation with Secretary of War confirms opinion stated to Simmons; that Miller not to be considered a purveyor or agent to a purveyor. Discusses Secretary of Navy, who made purchases by agent when Mr. Francis was well.
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Related Persons/Groups William Simmons; Joseph Miller; purveyor; Secretary of War; Secretary of the Navy; Tench Francis; Quartermaster General; Moyes & Tatems; John Wilkins Jr; ;
Related Places War Department; Philadelphia;
Keywords appoint; purchases; vouchers; public store; accounts; horsemans tents; ;
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