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Bushrod Washington, a justice of the Supreme Court of United States, requests $875, one quarter of his salary, to be paid to Charles Simms, collector at the port of Alexandria. April 1, 1801.
Alexandria April 1, 1801 Sir Please pay to Charles Simms collector in the port of Alexandria or order at sight eight hundred & seventy five dollars being for one quarter’s salary due me the day as one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States. Bushrod Washington Pay Treasurer of the United States, Ch. Simms Coll pay to credit of Sam Meredith G. Simpson, cashier
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Alexandria, 1801, 01 April 1801, Charles Simms, port, salary, Justices, Supreme Court, Bushrod Washington, collector, Sam Meredith, G. Simpson, cashier, treasurer
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Washington, Bushrod, "Bushrod Washington, a justice of the Supreme Court of United States, requests $875 be paid to Charles Simms, collector at the port of Alexandria, April 1, 1801." (1801). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 157.
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