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Orders concerning supplies for North Carolina military units
Burke, Thomas, ca. 1747-1783
February 03, 1782 - June 29, 1782
Volume 16, Pages 272-273

STATE ORDERS FOR THE QUARTER MASTER’S DEPARTMENT.
[From Executive Letter Book.]


February 3nd, 1782.

Forty Waggons to transport stores from Guilford Court House to the main Army on the requisition of Lt. Colonel Stuart for General Greene.

For the Randolph Militia one hundred Stands of Arms and 60 pounds of Amunition for each from Salisbury directed to General Rutherford to be delivered to order of General Butler.

To deliver to Gen. Butler such Arms and Amunition as he shall order out to do duty at Hillsborough during the Session of Assembly.

To deliver to Major Barnwell and his associates fourteen horses of the forty directed by the General Assembly to be procured for the General Greene. They to deliver them at Camp.


June 29th.

Forty horses to be purchased by the Quarter Master under resolution of the General Assembly. Arms and Stores brought from Virginia to Nuttbush on order of Secretary of War to be sent to Hillsboro. Note rec’d delivered to Gov. Martin.

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Honorable John Rutledge’s escort, seven Dragoons of Bayton’s to draw forage and rations at Hillsboro & thence to the Station in Caswell to refresh a few days and to draw forage and rations on the Continental account.

Sergeant Harris to draw rations and forage for five men of the same Escort on his way to Head Quarters.