All Possible Pains Taken to Execute Orders

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Date August 12, 1793
Author Name Isaac Craig (primary) Location: Pittsburgh
Recipient Name James O'Hara (primary)
Summary Writer has done his best to execute O'Hara's orders, despite O'Hara's apparent disappointment. New wagons and axes are on their way. Hodgdon has informed Craig that clothing and powder have been sent forward.
Document Format Letterbook Copy
Document Notes Document incomplete, cuts off before end of letter. Author inferred from context of letter (cites Hodgdon to Craig, 1793/08/03).
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Related Persons/Groups Isaac Craig; James O'Hara; Quartermaster General; Mr. Henderson; Lieutenant Reed; Captain Scott; Captain Pike; cavalry; artillery; Samuel Hodgdon; Mr. Harner; Smiths; ;
Related Places Pittsburgh; headquarters; Fort Washington; ;
Keywords exertions; execute your orders; wagons; purchase; irregular and inadequate supplies of money; axes; stores; invoice; clothing; returns of clothing; hogshead; general return; powder casks; harness; carts; ;
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