powered by google
Documenting the American South Logo
Colonial and State Records of North Carolina
Advanced Search Options
Account of William Tryon's expenses in 1769
Tryon, William, 1729-1788
November 02, 1769
Volume 08, Page 144

-------------------- page 144 --------------------
[From MS. Records in the Office of Secretary of State.]


The State of North Carolina

To His Excellency Governor Tryon Dr.

For presents made the Cherokee Indians Viz,
1769
£ s d £ s d
Jany
13
Paid Joseph Goldwin for sundry Articles of Cloth Linnen &c
15
51
10
Paid John Rogers for entertaining them
7
10
4
Paid for Rifle Gun for them
9
00
00
Paid for a smooth boared Gun for Do
5
00
00
37
6
2
For presents made the Catawba Indians Viz.
£ s d
Feby
24
Paid Joseph Goldwin for sundry Articles of Cloth Linen &c
15
13
0
Paid John Rogers for entertaining them
7
1
4
Paid Wm Lord for pork & Bread to take on their Journey
1
1
8
23
16
0
Oct
1
To cash advanced to one hundred & odd Scots (who came into Cape Fear in September to settle in Cumberland County) to furnish them provisions &c
15
00
00
12
To cash paid William Godfrey for riding Express from Granville County to Newbern with a Public Dispatch
6
00
00
82
2
2
J. EDWARDS, Priv: Sec:

Newbern 2d November 1769.

In the Assembly November 3d 1769. Allowed

JOHN HARVEY, Speaker.

3d November 1769, In the the upper House concurred with.

JAs HASELL, P. C.
By order
J. Burgwin, Clk.

Concurred with

Wm. TRYON.