State of Anxiety Relative to the Outcome of the Inquiry, Etc.

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Date November 22, 1800
Author Name Joseph Williams (primary) Location: Springfield
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Common politeness should have dictated to the General the propriety of calling on Hodgdon on his way out of the city. No apology can be made except as applies to a uniformity in his conduct. The delay in the inquiry is apparently due to an indisposition on the part of one of the Commissioners. A state of anxiety and suspense will remain with Williams until this business is finished. Poor Lyman is afflicted with sores breaking out all over his body.
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Joseph Williams; General; Commissioners; contractors; superintendent; Lyman; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Springfield;
Keywords post notes; armory; account; result of the enquiry; state of anxiety; coats; friendly sentiments; ;
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