Regarding Delivery of Uniforms and Stock Clasps

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Date October 20, 1800
Author Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name Israel Whelen (primary)
Summary Letter, discusses uniforms and stock clasps on order but not delivered.
Document Format Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Israel Whelen; Samuel Hodgdon; Intendant of Stores Office; purveyor; store keeper; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; ;
Keywords orders for clothing; stock clasps; infantry sergeants coats; musicians coats; shirts; clothing; delivery; cut out; dispatch; ;
Key Phrases shirts already ordered is embraced in the clothing under order, none of which can be forwarded until received; if the whole is not ready for delivery into the store; coats are only to be cut out; they also may be had without much waste of time; the advanced season of the year calls loudly for dispatch.
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