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Return of supplies sent to North Carolina officers in the Continental Army
Fenner, Robert, ca. 1755-1816
February 07, 1782
Volume 16, Page 505

RETURN OF CLOTHING SENT TO CAMP FEBRUARY 7th, 1782, BY CAPT. DOHERTY FOR THE USE OF THE OFFICERS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA LINE.
269¼ yds cloth.
8⅜ Superfine cloth.
13½ Coating.
8½ Tricot Cloth.
20 yards Coarse Flannel.
2½ milled do fine.
11¼ yds Voile Foile.
12 pss. linnen contd.
285 yds.
2 pss. fine contd.
52½ do.
32 pss. Britannias.
224 do.
15 shirts.
52½ yds.
6 pss. coarse white linen.
183 do for linings.
4 remnants brown do.
45 do.
2 yds Cambrick.
24 Hatts.
89 doz. large buttons.
120 doz. small do.
20 black silk handkfs.
2 coarse do do.
6 lb. Taylor’s thread.
2 lb. Mohair.
½ oz. Silk.
1 lb. fine white thread.
¾ lb. coarse do.
1 lb. Scotch thread.
24 sticks of twist.
146 pair thread stockings.
14 pr. worsted do.
21 blankets.
20 yds buckram.
50 yds black ribband.
50 yds white baste.

Calculated to furnish 40 Officers with a suit of cloaths and Great Coat with 4 Shirts & 4 pairs stockings for each.

ROBERT FENNER.