Greaton's Account

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Date June 10, 1792
Author Name Richard H. Greaton (primary) Location: Boston
Recipient Name Joseph Howell (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Due to being unwell and forgetful, Greaton is just now sending the receipt for the $500 Mr. Brown brought him. In examining his account, he finds that he has one month's pay more than he is being charged. He finds that in settling Turner's account that he was allowed $9 per week rent for a house while he was in the recruiting service. Greaton feels that he should be entitled to the same amount while he was recruiting. He asks that his inaccuracy be excused because he is unwell and confined to his house.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Joseph Howell; Richard H. Greaton; Brown; Bruna; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Boston;
Keywords illness; receipt; money; account; mistake; pay; horse; recruiting service; house; ;
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