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Return of ammunition at Harrisburg
Potts, Joshua
June 01, 1781
Volume 15, Pages 485-486

The following is an Acct. of Stores deposited at Harrisburg, 40 Miles E. N. E. of Hillsborough left there June 1st, 1781, by Joshua Potts, A. D. Q. M.

Vizt:—

8 large Barrels Gun Powder (the size of a Pork Barrel.)
34 middle sized ditto
36 small ditto
6 Broken Middle sized ditto
3 ditto small ditto
20 Cartridge Boxes Ammunition (painted red.)
1 Ditto No 5, 110 Doz'n 19.
2 ditto each 90, 180 ditto 19.
1 ditto 115 ditto 19.
1 ditto 117 ditto 19.
3 ditto Broken.
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1,000 lbs. Bar Iron.
4 Hhds. Rum, all full.
50 Gallons ditto, part of a Hhd. and other Articles of small Value, left in Care of

Battle Birdsong, A. D. Q. M.

Also 3 Pigs Lead was found there by

J. P.

N. B. The Above was part of the Stores conveyed from Halifax and lodged at Harrisburg, as the Waggons returned.

NICHOLAS LONG, D. Q. M. Gl.