Letter : to Col. Bomford, 1815 Aug. 24.

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Pinckney, Thomas, 1750-1828. Letter : to Col. Bomford, 1815 Aug. 24.

Letter : to Col. Bomford, 1815 Aug. 24.

General Pinckney urges Bomford's attention regarding possible sites for military depots and distribution centers in South Carolina and Georgia, pointing out the "unsettled state of affairs in Europe and the possibility of our being soon involved again in war." Letter also discusses the availability of refurbished cannons.

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