Cannon Carriages and Clothing

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Date January 30, 1801
Author Name Isaac Craig (primary) Location: Pittsburgh
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Noted mistake of receiving too many of one type of cannon as "extraordinary indeed." Carriages for guns being constructed by workmen. Craig reported that he has repacked and assembled a years worth of clothing for regiments stationed at several posts by appropriating clothing intended for the North Western posts.
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Isaac Craig; General; workmen; artillery; infantry; Captain Guion; Registrar; Senate; Stockton; Lucius Horatio Stockton; Secretary of War; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Pittsburgh; Fort Pickering; fort; post; frontier; territory; Fort Adams; North Western; Mississippi River; Land Office; ;
Keywords carriages; cannons; arms; guns; boats; 12 pounder; expense; transportation; repacking; clothing; stores; military stores; ;
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