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Account of Thomas Burke's public expenses
Burke, Thomas, ca. 1747-1783
April 1782
Volume 16, Page 299

THE APPLICATION OF SUPPLIES VOTED FOR THE CONTINGENCIES OF GOVERNMENT, BY ORDER OF THOS. BURKE, LATE GOVERNOR.
[From Executive Letter Book.]

From June, 1781, to 25th April, 1782.

Dr.

TO MONEY SUPPLIES.

Warrant on Treasurer of Hillsborough District, in favor of Sheriff, of Wake, for money to pay the expenses of a Flag to Major Craig, Commandant at Wilmington, . . . . . . . .

Borrowed from Thomas Persons, Esq., to be replaced or paid by Warrant which I did not issue, 50,000.

Do. Virginia Emissions, 7,720.

By expenses of the Flag, . . . . . . . .

By public expenses, . . . . . . . .

Paid expenses of Members of Council at Cranville, 800.

By the United States paid Express from General Greene, 400.

By public expenses paid tavern expense at Nuttbush while attending the dispatch of the business of Council and other public business, 5,050.

Paid to Servants and Sundries, 600.