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Invoice from Johnston & Thackston for supplies for the militia
Johnston & Thackston
1771
Volume 22, Pages 454-455

The Publick of North Carolina To Johnston & Thackston,
1771.
Dr.
May 4.
To 3½ yds. yellow cambt. for cockades, 4s
£
14
0
7.
To 31 yds. Oznabrigs for Haversacks, 1s. 3d
1
18
9
9.
To 2 ozs. thread to make the above haversacks, 6d
0
1
0
To ½ yd. yellow camblet for cockades, 4d
0
2
3
10.
To 9 small Iron pots for the soldiers, 118w., 6d.
2
19
0
To 3¾w. powder, 3s. 4d.
12
6
0
To 18w. goose Shot, 8d
12
4
3
11.
To 204¾w. powder, 3s. 4d
34
2
6
To 545¼w. Shot & Lead, 8d.
18
3
8
£52
6
2
June 19.
To 8w. Iron to mend one of the big guns, 6d
0
4
0
£59
9
5
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Samuel Thackston came personally before me, Thomas Hart, one of his Majesties Justices assigned to keep the peace in Orange County, & made Oath on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that the above Account as it stands stated is Just & True. Sworn before me the 14th day November, 1771.

THOS. HARTE.