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Receipt from James Hogun concerning money received to buy provisions for troops
Hogun, James
May 01, 1779
Volume 14, Page 295

RECEIPT OF GEN. JAMES HOGUN.

Received, Philadelphia, May 1st, 1779, of the Hon'ble Thomas Burke, Esquire, Delegate in Congress for the State of North Carolina, an order on Michael Hillegas, treasurer to the United States, for the Sum of Ten Thousand 500 Dollars, being the balance due the Delegates of that State on a warrant of Congress in their favour, dated the 10th Ultimo, which said Ten Thousand five Hundred Dollars I have accordingly received for the purpose of purchasing rum, Sugar & Coffee for the use of the Troops under my Command belonging to the State, for which Sum I am hereafter to Account.

JAMES HOGUN, B. G.

10,500 Dollars.