Regarding Suspicions of Double Dealings

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Date January 26, 1793
Author Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name Isaac Craig (primary)
Summary Colonel Nevil delivered documents necessary to procure payment of St. Clair's transportation. Discusses new home in Philadelphia, where he enjoys his friends. Says he knows of no enemies of Craig. Secretary of War appreciates Craig's labors. Dismisses Craig's suggestions that Hodgdon is involved in double dealings. Asks to pay respects to Mrs. Craig and General Nevil's family. Expect to hear again from Congress on the St. Clair expedition. Will forward powder and lead.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Isaac Craig; Samuel Hodgdon; Colonel Nevil; Neville; General Arthur St. Clair; Auditor; Deputy Quartermaster General; enemies; Secretary of War; Mrs. Craig; General Nevil's family; ;
Related Places Philadelphia;
Keywords enclosing documents; payment; transportation; dinner; draft; report; home; pay; Republican Government; labors; reward; double dealing; manly conduct; expedition; powder; lead; ;
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