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Invoice from John Hawks for public expenses
Hawks, John, 1731-1790
1771
Volume 22, Pages 495-496

Disbursements made on account of the Publick by his Excellency Governor Tryon’s Orders.
To Peter Smith
£4
4
0
To Jno. Court
2
0
0
To ditto
2
0
0
To Peter Smith
3
19
4
To Mrs. Smith, by Mark Noble
3
3
4
To Peter Smith
1
4
0
To Marshall, for 2 Sheep Skins
6
0
To Mrs. Moore, for sewing Canvas
2
0
To Col. Leech, for sundries, as appears in Account
28
6
0
To Mr. Clear, for the hire of a Horse & Cart 8 days
1
12
0
To Gimblets and twine
3
4
To Saunders, the Smith
29
16
8
To Martin Worsley, for making and fixing Hoops to the Waggon
10
0
To McAnslew, for padlocks & Gimblets
17
4
To Saunders, the turner, for Heams, &c
2
11
3
To Hobby, for Wheels and Carriages
33
4
0
To Cleber, for Collars & Crupers
3
6
0
To Will’m Hollens, on account for riding Express
2
10
0
To Richard Brown, for going Express to Granville
8
0
0
To ditto, to Dobbs
1
0
0
To Levi Dawson, for ditto to Cape Fear
8
10
0
To Jeremiah Horton, for going Express from Hillsborough to New Bern
6
0
0
To William Heath, for repairing a Fence for the Waggoners’ Horses
3
18
4
To an Express from Hillsborough to Judge Henderson’s
2
5
0
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To James Little, for making sundry tackling for carriages
3
4
8
To Thomas Setgreaves, for apprehending Husbands
5
0
0
To McAuslen
8
0
To Michael Debruht, for painting and Rub Carriages & Boxes
2
10
0
To Joseph Taylor, for completing the Trench, &c
7
2
8
To Saunders, for Ensign Staffs and Firmers
12
0
£168
5
11

Rec’d 25 April, 1771, of His Excellency William Tryon, Esquire, the Contents of the above Bill.

JOHN HAWKS.