Delivery of clothing to New York

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Date January 1, 1801
Author Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name John Harris (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Samuel Hodgdon, Commissary of Military Stores, requests that John Harris, Public Storekeeper, deliver to the order of the quarter master general for transportation to New York to Col. Ebenezer Stevens, Agent of the War Department in New York, the following articles of clothing, for the use of Capt. Irwine's Company of artillery. Includes hats, privates' coats, woolen overalls, and musicians' coats.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups John Harris; Samuel Hodgdon; Ebenezer Stevens; quartermaster general; Irwin; musicians; artillery;
Related Places Philadelphia;
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Intendant office
Jany 1, 1800
Cloaths to be fwd to New York for Capt Irvins Company
Intendant of Stores Office
Philadelphia 1st, Jan: 1801.
Sir,
Be pleased to deliver to the order of the quarter Master General for transportation to New York to the address of Col. Ebenezer Stevens Agent for the War Department, the following articles of clothing for the use of Captain Irwines Company of artillery [undecipherable]. Five Sergeants Hats, four sergeants Coats, two privates Coats, five sergeants woolen overalls, and three musicians Coats, agreeably to Return filed in this office----
Your most [undecipherable] Servant
Samuel Hodgdon
Mr. John Harris
Public Storekeeper
Philadelphia