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Daniel Parker

Autographed Letter


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Daniel Parker (29 January 1782 - 5 April 1846), served in the United States Department of War as well as in the United States Army , authentic, autographed manuscript document (DS). This one page document, measures approximately 7" x 9" in size and is dated May 10, 1816. 

This printed document came at the time when Parker was serving as the Adjutant General and Inspector General of the U.S. Army. This General Order from the Secretary of War, and signed by Parker, discusses an Act passed by Congress "to provide for the supplies of he army, and for the accountability of persons entrusted with the same." It later states that for those who do not abide by the Order, shall be relieved of their service by the President. 

Parker, who was born in Shirley, MA, was an officer in the United States Army who served as Adjutant General, Inspector General and Paymaster General of the U.S. Army. He also served as Chief Clerk of the War Department. 

This document is crisply signed by Parker at the conclusion. It is in good to very good condition, with overall light toning not affecting the signature. There are some scattered creases and expected intersecting folds. Of note is the slightly frayed right margin. 

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TAGS: French Revolution, United States Army, United States Department of War, United States Military

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