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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.6 (search)
m. Hansill, Dr. *** To 1 1/2 pounds Brown thread at 88 shillings per pound. Depreciation at at 600 per 1360 pounds Staunton, Va., 27th Sept., 1781. Received payment. (Signed) Wm. Hansill. The United States 1781. To Richard Mathews, Dr. *** Oct. 17th.—To 1,000 wt. of Bar Iron at six-pence per pound, the depreciation at 600 per 115,000 pounds Staunton, Va., 17th Oct., 1781. Received payment. (Signed) Richard Mathews. The United States 1781. ToRichard Mathews. The United States 1781. To Alx. St. Clair, Dr. *** Sept. 20.—To four Quires writing paper 2-6 per quire, 10 shillings. Depreciation 17th Nov., 1781, at 1,000 per 1500 pounds Staunton, Va., Nov. 30th. Recd. payment of Capt. Thos. Hamilton. (Signed) Alx. St. Clair. The United States 1781. To Robt. Baggs, Dr. *** Sept. 9.—To my pay, as a wagon master, from July 24th last, to this day, inclusive, being 47 days at 48 shillings per day, pounds 9-8-0. Sept. 27.—By cash received pounds 3 950 curr