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Estimate by Robert Burton concerning supplies for North Carolina troops
Burton, Robert, 1747-1825
Volume 15, Pages 422-423

AN ESTIMATE OF REQUISITES NECESSARY FOR CARRYING INTO EXECUTION THE 12 & 13TH PROPOSITION OF HIS EXCELLENCY,GOVERNOR BURKE, & STATE COUNCIL OF NORTH CAROLINA.
6,000 Musketts & Bayonets, 6,000 Canteens.
6,000 Cartridge Boxes, 6,000 Bayonett Belts.
60,000 dozen of Cartridges.
45,000 lb. Lead & 14,000 lb. powder.
3,750 Quire Cartridge paper, 100,000 Flints.
1,200 Camp Kettles, 40,000 yards Tent Cloth.
1,200 Axes, 500 Spades & 500 pick Axes.
2 waggon Load Medicines, 20 Rheam Paper for Troops, &c.
Saddles, Briddles & Halters, 5 Ton Iron for Axes, &c.
37 Ton Iron, Bar, for Erecting 100 open & 50 Covered Waggons.
3,000 yards Canvis for Covers, 2 Ton Steel.
4,000 Sides Leather, 1,000 yards Oznabrigs for pads for Saddles.
Ten Smiths for the Army and Elaboratory.
5 Cole wood Cutters, 10 Shoe Makers.
10 Carpenters and wheel Wrights.
10 Labourers, Hostlers, &c., 2 Express riders.
4 Smiths for Hillsborough, 2 Cole wood Cutters.
4 Shoe Makers, 2 Labourers, 1 Servant.
The same number for Williamsborough.
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2 Express riders for Guilford Ct. House.
Sealing Wax, Wafers and Ink Powder.
RO. BURTON, Q. M. Gen.