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[Letter] 1843 June 20, Albany, N.Y., [to] Gen. Storms / Wm. C. Bouck.

Title: [Letter] 1843 June 20, Albany, N.Y., [to] Gen. Storms / Wm. C. Bouck.
Personal Author: Bouck, William C., 1786-1859.
Date: 1843 June 20.
Extent: [1] leaf.
Dimensions: 25 x 40 cm. folded to 25 x 20 cm.
Abstract: Bouck informs General Storms that he has received an application for muskets from the arsenal for use by Captain Sprague's company. Bouck states that he sees no reason why the muskets should not be furnished according to precedent and the usual terms. He expresses the hope that the legislature will pay some attention to these matters. A former canal commissioner who oversaw construction of the Erie Canal, Bouck served as Governor of New York, later appointed federal assistant treasurer for the City of New York by President Polk.
Personal Subject: Bouck, William C., 1786-1859-- Correspondence.
Capt. Sprague.
Subject: Governors-- New York (State)-- Correspondence
Surplus military property--Government policy--United States.
Recipient: Storms.

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