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Affidavit of Henry Winborne concerning his salary as member of the General Assembly
Winborne, Henry
November 26, 1763
Volume 22, Pages 835-836


EDENTON—ss.


November 26, 1763.

This day personally appeared before me, Henry Winborne, Esq., and made oath on the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God that the ticket he received from Mr. Will Herritage, Clerk of the House of Assembly, for his wages, as member for the county of Hertford, amount to eleven pounds fourteen shillings and six pence, proclamation

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money, is lost or mislaid, he having the misfortune to lose his pocketbook, in which was about £10 pounds, proclamation money, and several other papers of consequence to him; and this deponent further saith that he is not certain whether the said ticket was therein or not, but certain the said ticket is lost.

FRANCIS CORBIN, A. J.

N. B. The wages due to him was for his attendance at New Bern Assemly, 1762.