Shipment of paper and military stores

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Date February 1, 1793
Author Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name James O'Hara (primary)
Summary The Commissary of Military Stores writes that a paper is presently being forwarded and a large indent of military stores soon to be shipped.
Document Format Letterbook
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Related Persons/Groups James O'Hara; Samuel Hodgdon; John Belli; Alexander Hamilton;
Related Places Philadelphia;
Keywords indent; waggon; wagon; military stores; paper; box; drafts;
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Feby 1st 1793 Phil.a
Col James O Hara
QMG
Sir
A waggon leaves this City tomorrow which has a box to your address, containing 5 1/2 Rheam writing paper of the same kind as this on which I write, which if I understand your directions is of the kind you wish to have. I enclose you a list of Drafts made by Mr. Belli on the Secretary of War, all of which except the two last, the Secretary of the Treasury has enabled me to Discharge
They are also to be paid. I thought it best to Acquaint you with the Circumstance as it may be of use in your future, if not present arrangements. I have a large indent of Military Stores under order, some of which will immediately go forward and the remainder as fast as they can be produr'd.
I am Sir Your most Obt. Servant
Sd Saml Hodgdon