Accounts of James O'Hara, Contractor

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Date December 26, 1800
Author Name John Steele (primary) Location: Treasury Department
Recipient Name William Simmons (primary)
Summary James O'Hara, contractor for supplying the troops of the US with provisions, has submitted sundry charges amounting to $148,720.60 that have not been allowed and for which he thinks himself entitled to credit. In order to reach resolution, Simmons is asked to submit a statement of the several sums disallowed or suspended, the vouchers in support of them, and the considerations that governed Simmons' decision to refuse them.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
Document Notes Cited in Simmons to Steele, 12/29/1800.
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Related Persons/Groups William Simmons; John Steele; Accountant of the War Department; James O'Hara; contractor; ;
Related Places Treasury Department; Comptroller's Office; ;
Keywords provisions; settlement; sundry charges; credit; appeal; statement; vouchers; ;
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