Saddles for Dragoons

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Date July 23, 1792
Author Name Jonathan Dayton (primary)
Recipient Name Henry Knox (primary)
Summary Agreeable to Dayton's request, Capt. John Stake examined the saddles offered for sale at the tavern by Mr. Williamson. He found them of good quality and well adapted for use by dragoons. They are fourteen in number and offered at the moderate price of six dollars each. Stake recommends that they be purchased. They should be shipped to Samuel Hodgdon, Commissary of Military Stores.
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Related Persons/Groups Henry Knox; Jonathan Dayton; Captain John Stake; Mr. Williamson; Samuel Hodgdon; commissary of military stores; dragoons; Secretary of War; ;
Related Places New Jersey; tavern; Elizabeth Town; Philadelphia; ;
Keywords saddles; sale; price; purchase; shipping; horseman's saddles; property; expence; expense; certificate; examination; public service; ;
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