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Regarding the duties of bearer, Mr. Henley

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Document Information
Date August 2, 1792
Author Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name Isaac Craig (primary)
Summary Mentions the bearer as Mr. Henley, who goes forward to serve with Army as conductor of military stores. He is to deliver to Craig a horse, saddle, bridle, and cloth. Pays respects to Mrs. Craig, the General's family, and all friends.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
Document Notes Cited in Hodgdon to Craig, 8/03/1792.
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups Isaac Craig; Samuel Hodgdon; Mr. Henley; Conductor of Military Stores; Knox; Mrs. Craig; General's family; ;
Related Places Philadelphia;
Keywords serve with the army; horse; saddle; bridle; sweat cloth; receipts; vouchers; pay emoluments; rents; ;
Key Phrases [not available]
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Philadelphia 2nd Augt 1792
Dear Sir,
The bearer is a Mr Henley - he goes to Sernard to serve with the Army as Conducter of Military Stores - He has a horse Saddle, bridle, and Incat Cloth, all belonging to the Public which he is to deliver to you Mr Knore informs he has enclosed you Henlys recepts for all the articles except the Incal cloth - you will attend to the recept of the whole. I am waiting altogether for your Vouchers on your unsettled accounts, I hope and indecdoepend en receiving them by the next Post - your account for Par emoluments and Rents I shall state and send to you shortly - present my best respects to Mr Craig - to the Generals family and all friends -
Your Most Obedient Servant
Samuel Hodadon
Commisser Mit. Stores