Bill of Lading for Military Stores Shipped from Richmond to Philadelphia

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Date November 15, 1800
Author Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name James Miller (primary)
Summary Hodgdon certifies shipment of military stores sent from Richmond to Philadelphia.
Document Format Document Signed
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Related Persons/Groups James Miller; Samuel Hodgdon; Intendant of Stores; agent for quartermaster general; Secretary of War; John Wilkins Jr; Quartermaster General; Edmund Potter; Samuel Henley; conductor of military stores; master; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Manchester Virginia; Intendant of Stores Office; Richmond; James River; ;
Keywords public property; voucher; military stores; schooner Sally; cannon shot; box; shot; muskets; bayonets; swords; casks; clothing; tents; cannon six pounder; six pound cannon; drums; cartouch boxes; camp kettles; tin canisters; merchandize; tent poles; canteens; tables; ginns; powder cannon; bill of lading; harbor; freight; danger of the seas; ;
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