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In the Case of No Peace Treaty; Forwarding of Money and Stores.

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CollectionIndiana Historical Society Library: James O'Hara Papers view image
Document Information
Date August 10, 1793
Author Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Recipient Name James O'Hara (primary)
Summary Long time since hearing from O'Hara. Preparations made in case there is no peace treaty. Articles in estimate gone forward. Money remitted to Major Craig. Concludes that O'Hara will have drafts to support the large number of horses. Makes it clear that O'Hara has not been keeping up to date with his invoices.
Document Format Letterbook Copy
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Related Persons/Groups James O'Hara; Samuel Hodgdon; Isaac Craig; artillery; cavalry; troops; Secretary of War; Henry Knox; Commander in Chief; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Ohio River; Pittsburgh; upper parts of the Ohio; ;
Keywords clothing; drafts; horses; treaty; transportation; invoice; ;
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