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Memorandum from William Green concerning supplies
Green, William
Volume 16, Pages 469-470

RETURNS OF QUARTER MASTER W. GREEN.

1782. Received of William Gilmore, vizt:

125 lbs. Ball & Shot, 6 Barl. Powder, 620 Doz. Cart., 220 Lead, 370 Candles, 41 Bayonet Belts, 12 lbs Iron, 10 lbs Sugar & a parcel of Carpenter’s tools with 250 Nails.

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Bought to Oct, 1780, of Messrs. Ocheltree, Martin & Compy, vizt:

10 Reams paper, 976 Iron & 65 lbs. Steel, is all I purchased of any person.

W. GREEN.

Then 24th, Oct. ’80, Delivered the Quarter Master of Genl. Butler’s Brigade, vizt: 976 lbs Iron, 65 lbs steel, 5 Ream & 5 Quire paper. To Genl. Gregory, 2 Ream; to Col. Seawell, 1 Ream & 4 Quire, 8 Quire for hospital; 2 Quire to Col. McDowell, 2 Quire Col. Taylor’s order. 2 Do to somebody by your order, no name; 3 Do to Col. Peasley, which you’ll find to be Nine Ream and 6 quire besides some that was Expended for Cart.

I have sundry orders & Rects. for 2, 3, & four Quire paper for Cart. not mentd. in this return.