Letters of Major General St.Clair to Secretary of War

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Date December 1, 1792
Author Name John Stagg (primary)
Recipient Name Henry Knox (primary)
Summary These are true extracts of the original letters of Major General St. Clair written to Henry Knox regarding the late Quartermaster General on file in the War Department of the United States as of December 1st, 1792. Conveys concerns and problems with Samuel Hodgdon.
Document Format Extract of Letter
Document Notes Significant portions of the document are missing or illegible.
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Related Persons/Groups Henry Knox; John Stagg; Arthur St. Clair; Samuel Hodgdon; General Butler; recruits; Quartermaster General; contractors; Major Ferguson; troops; artificers; Duer; Captain Snowdon; ;
Related Places Ohio; Pittsburgh; Kentucky; laboratory; Philadelphia; ;
Keywords letters; levies; stores; boats; delay; horse; pack saddles; military stores; casks; cavalry horses; artillery; camp kettles; sheet iron; shot; forage; pasture; cattle; bell; britches; arms; bayonets; blades; lacks; repairs; cartridge boxes; axes; traveling forges; anvil; tools; list of grievances; wagons; baggage; houses; rendezvous; saw; tents; provisions; ;
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