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Account of goods sold by William Blount
Blount, William, 1749-1800
January 1786
Volume 17, Page 582

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ACCOUNT OF SALES MADE BY WM. BLOUNT TO WARD & OGG.
[From Executive Letter Book.]

An account of sales made by William Blount at Hopewell on Keeowee for and on account and risque of the State of North Carolina of sundry goods which cost the State two thousand five hundred pounds, North Carolina Currency, at Washington, and which were Shipped by Order of Government in September last to Charleston, to the address of Col. Arnoldus Vanderhorst, and by him forwarded in Waggons to Hopewell (near Fort Rutledge) and which were intended to have been Bestowed to the Cherokees in presents for Lands to be Ceded, viz:

Sold to Bryan Ward, one third payable on the 1st day of
April, next and ⅔ on the 1st of April, 1787, Deerskins,
Furs and Tobacco,
1333,5.10
To George Ogg for Clay, Telfair & Co., at their
Franklin Store kept by George Ogg,
39,15.9
To William Blount,
145,9.9
Sterling,
1518,9.4
WM. BLOUNT.

January, 1786.

Note.—Damage was sustained on Sunday of the goods in the land Transportation.