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|Collection Reference Number
|From Archive Folder
|The Henry Knox Papers  November-December 1789
|Benjamin Hichborn to Henry Knox suggesting ways to succeed with his business plans
|20 November 1789
|Hichborn, Benjamin (1746-1817)
|Correspondence; Business and financial document
|Has browsed Knox's statement on the Flucker Estate and plans to attend to the matter of the creditors. Asks Knox to recommend that his friend [John] Tucker be appointed to the position of clerk of the Supreme Court, implying that the appointment would help Knox's case. Notes that Mr. Jay is already in support of Tucker. Stamped "Boston" and "Paid." Marked "private" on the address leaf.
|Waldo Patent Revolutionary War General Estate Finance Land Transaction Landlord and Tenant Debt Finance Office Seeker Government and Civics Supreme Court Judiciary Letter of Introduction or Recommendation
|Hichborn, Benjamin (1746-1817) Knox, Henry (1750-1806) Tucker, John (1753-1825)
|Merchants & Commerce; Law; Agriculture
|The Henry Knox Papers
|John Tucker was the first clerk of the Supreme Court, and served 1790-1791.
|The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
|Settlement, Commerce, Revolution and Reform: 1493-1859