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Invoice from Jonathan Tart for horses for the militia
Tart, Jonathan
1771
Volume 22, Page 471

The Publick of No. Carolina to Jonathan Tart, Dr.


June, 1771.

To one Horse in the King’s Service with the Troops & Waggons returning from the Expedition against the Insurgents, @ 3s.
£1
4
0
To one-half Cheek Bridle, 6s., to Do
0
6
0
1 Snaffle Bridle, to Do
0
3
0
To my own labour 4 Days going to New Bern after my horse, @ 5s.
1
0
0
To one other Horse, 3 Days, @ 3s.
0
9
0
To ½ Barrel Corn p’r d. for bringing the last horse home.
0
6
8
To 2 Horses & Days when the Troops marched up the Country, & my own Service
1
0
0
£4
8
8

Craven County—ss.

Jonathan Tart appeared before me (one of the Justices of s’d County) and made Oath that the above Acc’t is Just and true as it stands stated, and that he has received no Satisfaction for the same.

JONATHAN TART.
Sworn the 16th Novem’r, 1771, before
JACOB BLOUNT.