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Invoice from Richard Blackledge for supplies for the militia
Blackledge, Richard
1771
Volume 22, Page 457

The Publick of No. Carolina to Richard Blackledge Dr., for Carrying up George Miller, Esqr., Boat from New Bern to his house, that Brought Down Provitions that was for ye use of His Excellency’s Troops.


July 15, 1771.

To Cash paid James Carmack for 13 Days’ Vige
£1
14
8
For going Down from my house to Pilott ye Boat Down with Colo. Wm. Thompson’s men, @ 2s. 8d
0
9
0
To John White for 10 Days, @ 2s. 8d
1
6
8
To William Osteen 10 Days, @ 2s. 8d
1
6
8
To John Hanes, 10 Days, @ 2s. 8d
1
6
8
To Jeremiah Phillips, 10 Days, @ 2s. 8d
1
6
8
To David Gilstrap, 10 Days, @ 2s. 8d
1
6
8
To 3 Gallons of Rum, @ 4s. 8d
0
14
0
To 63 Day’s Provitions Given ye Boat’s Peopple, @ 8d
2
2
0
£11
4
0

Errors & Emitions Excepted.

P. RICH’D BLACKLEDGE, Commissary.


Craven County—ss .

The Within Acc’t was proved by R’d Blackledge, Esqr., before me, the 29th of Novem’r, 1771.

RICH’D BLACKLEDGE.
R’D COGDELL.