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Delivered 500 muskets to Tench Coxe, U.S. Purveyor of Public Supplies during the second quarter of 1809
marked "W .N. & S."
Who is Tench Coxe?
He was a member of the second rank of the U.S. nation's Founders and a leading proponent of the Costitution and the Bill of Right. About 1808 he was the Secretary of War.
The dissolution of Winner, Nippes and Steinman figured in the Aurora dated December 17, 1810. All future business is to be handled by Abraham Nippes.