COXE, Tench (1755-1824), Pennsylvania delegate to the Continental Congress. Printed document signed ("Tench Coxe"), as purveyor of public supplies. Philadelphia, July 17, 1810. Additionally signed by Tho. Cotton.
1 page, 4to, creased. Regarding cotton drilling. Coxe had a long political career, first as a Whig, then as a Federalist. He later became Democratic-Republican, was appointed purveyor of public supplies by President Thomas Jefferson.
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