Attempts to Settle Accounts as the War Office Closes in Philadelphia and Moves to Washington, D.C.

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CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Letterbook of the Purveyor, RG45 view image
CollectionNational Archives and Records Administration: Letterbook of the Purveyor, RG45 view image
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Date June 7, 1800
Author Name Purveyor's Office (primary)
Recipient Name Benjamin Stoddert (primary)
Summary Purveyor's office reports receipt of money from War Department. War Office at Philadelphia is to close this day June 7th, 1800.
Document Format Letterbook Copy
Document Notes Tench Francis is the Purveyor until his death on 1 May 1800. Israel Whelan succeeds Francis as Purveyor.
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Related Persons/Groups Benjamin Stoddert; Israel Whelan; Whelen; acting secretary of War; Treasurers office; ;
Related Places Purveyor's Office; Philadelphia; Washington, D.C.; Treasurers office; ;
Keywords warrant; ;
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