Questions Respecting Captain Frye's Clothing, Etc.

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Date May 3, 1800
Author Name Constant Freeman (primary) Location: Fort johnson
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary)
Summary Reqarding the questions about Captain Frye's clothing, Freeman declares that when Frye's company arrived at Fort Johnson he had a large quantity of clothing which Freeman assumed belonged to the company. Therefore, Freeman never touched the clothing. He admits that he should have supplied Captain Kalteisen's company from his stock and would have if he had been apprised of the circumstances. Enclosed is a letter from Captain Frye explaining the reasons for his surplus.
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Constant Freeman; Captain Frye; Captain Kaltesisen; Captain Huger; Marines; Lieutenant Wynkoop; hospital department; Doctor Dalcho; ;
Related Places Fort Johnson; New York; Fort Moultrie; Sullivan's Island; South Carolina; Charleston; Philadelphia; ;
Keywords clothing; privates shirts; inquiry; damage; tides; barracks; magazine; storm; coats; fort; general orders; return; medicine; druggist store; expenses; flags; ;
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