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GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS

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The Illinois Regiment

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Based on the Microfilmed

George Rogers Clark Papers

At the Virginia State Library and Archives

Compiled by

Richard Eugene Willson, Indexing

Donald E. Gradeless, Ph.D., Editor

For the

Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

and the

Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

1998

Copyright ゥ1998 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

Copyright ゥ1998-2017 Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois

Microfilm Reel Dates Documents

 1 January 1778 - May 1779 1-1220

 2 May 1779 - August 1779 1221-2733

 3 August 1779 - April 1780 2734-5387

 4 May 1780 - November 1780 5388-7867

 5 November 1780 - February 1781 7868-9248

 6 March 1781 - June 1781 9249-11490

 7 July 1781 - September 1781 11491-13111

 8 September 1781 - December 1781 13112-14588

 9 December 1781 - July 1782 14589-16352

10 August 1782 - July 1783 16353-17776

11 July 1783 - August 1784 17777-18820

12 September 1784 - No Dates 18821-19814

13 No Dates 19815-20110

Copyright ゥ1998 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

 

Guide to the Index

of George Rogers Clark Papers

of the Virginia State Library and Archives

 

In 1991, the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois and the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois funded the microfilming of the George Rogers Clark collection of papers pertaining to the Illinois Regiment of Virginia State Forces, persons or matters relating to the Illinois Regiment.

The microfilm edition consists of 13 reels containing 16,858 frames with some 85,000 images of original documents. There was usually more than one document per microfilm frame. The documents were dated from January of 1778 through November 5, 1834. There was no consecutive numbering of the microfilm frames for the 13 reels.

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois and the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois funded the indexing of this collection. This index was completed May 18, 1995 and has 97,579 entries for 20,110 documents filmed on 13 microfilm reels. The compiler has abstracted and numbered each document for the separate 2,850 pages of the abstract, which indicates the location of the document on each microfilm frame when there is more than one document on a frame. The index does not refer to the page of the abstract or to the assigned document number.

The below index reference and its explanation will indicate how references have been made to a name or word.

        Example: Casey, Benjamin 1-20

The first number (preceding the "-") represents the microfilm reel number of the George Rogers Clark Papers. The next number refers to the first frame number for the document, which has Benjamin Casey's name. A document may contain more than one reference for a name or subject. The name of subject may appear or may not appear on the first frame of the document. More than 1 reference to a name on a frame will have the number of references enclosed in parenthesis following the reel and page number.

Spelling of surnames vary from document to document. Cross references have been given when an uniformed spelling has been used for an entry. Index entries have usually been given to each spelling of a surname.

A ? will follow a word when there is doubt if the interpretation of the handwriting represented the word used in the index. A ? is used preceding a first name, which is missing or cannot be read. Rank of soldiers and officers has been enclosed in parenthesis following the name whenever the rank can be determined.

 

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GUIDE TO THE ABSTRACT`

The index references are references to a name or word.

Example: Casey, Benjamin, 1-20

The first number preceding the-represents the micro-film reel number of the George Rogers Clark Papers. The next number refers to the first frame number for the document, which has Benjamin Casey's name. A document may contain more than one reference for a name or subject. The name of subject may appear or may not appear on the first frame of the document. The abstracts are arranged in sequential order of a document number followed by the microfilm reel num-ber and the frame [or frame numbers]. Abstract cita-tions are coded in the following manner:

Document-Roll-Frame [Frames]

example: 2715-2-1128
Document 2715 Microfilm Roll 2
Frame 1128.

Example: 2716-2-1129-1131
Document 2716 Microfilm Roll 2
Frames 1129-1131.

Spelling of surnames vary from document to docu-ment. Index entries have been given to each spelling. It was necessary to distinguish some entries due to spelling etc. The following examples will illustrate some clarifications for the entries.

?             will follow a word when there is doubt in whether the interpretation of the
              handwriting represents the word used in the index.

(?)           Parenthesis with a question mark was used when the name was not given.

()             Parenthesis with a word has been used to re-port rank of other identification
              for a person or spelling of a name.

[ ]           A word enclosed with brackets has been used when the document does  
              not indicate the given name or ull name or identification but earlier
             documents have provided details. Some other sources may be used
              to provide the word enclosed in brackets.



Microfilm # 1 - Microfilm # 2 - Microfilm # 3 - Microfilm # 4 - Microfilm # 5 - Microfilm # 6 - Microfilm # 7 - Microfilm # 8 - Microfilm # 9 - Microfilm #10 - Microfilm #11 - Microfilm #12 - Microfilm #13

MICROFILM #3

BOX 619-FOLDER 34

PAPERS AUGUST 1779-1780

FRAMES #1-39

120 different documents filmed on 39 Frames.

2734-3-2-August 12, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day ration for 7 prisoners of war from Kings Regiment including 1 sergeant, 2 corporals and 4 privates. Names: Corporal James Ducknorth.

2735-3-2-August 12, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for 2 day provision for 7 prisoners of war of Kings Regiment including 1 sergeant, 2 corporals and 4 privates. Names: Corporal James Ducknorth.

2736-3-3-August 13, 1779: Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day provisions for 7 prisoners of war of Kings Regiment including 1 sergeant, 2 corporals and 4 privates. names: Corporal James Ducknorth.

2737-3-4 and 6-August 31, 1779: August 1779 abstract of provisions of flour, indian meal, beef and salt issued at Fort Patrick Henry. There were 6,151 rations issued for 2,357. Rations issued were 2,357 and 1/2 pounds of flour, 1,077 pounds of indian meal, 14,563 pounds of flour, 932 pounds of beef, 134 bushels of corn, 1,063 pounds of tallow and 28 quarts of salt. Prepared by Zephaniah Blackford. George Rogers Clark at St. Vincent on August 31, 1779 certified the provisions within the abstract were issued to the troops, prisoners, and others by his orders.-3-5 is a separate document, which has been listed as Document 2738.

2738-3-5-July 28, 1779: Rations issued for rank and file of Capt. Linn company of volunteers at Fort Patrick Henry. There were 312 in the company

2738-3-5-July 28, 1779-Continued: consisting of 1 boat master, 28 sergeants, 3 drummers, 1 fifer and 245 rank and file. Names: Commissary John Marney.

2739-3-7-8-August 25, 1779: Top left document. Written in French. English portion signed by [Capt. Richard] McCarty indicating 30 rations were provided at Cahos for the company of (?) Parodre? Names: Monsieur George.

2740-3-7-8-August 25, 1779: Second left document. Written in French. Rations issued at Cahos for company of (?) Parodre? Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Monsieur Bissonnet.

2741-3-7-8-August 25, 1779: Third left document. Written in French. References to 93 rations issued at Cahos. Difficult to read. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty.

2742-3-7-8-August 25, 1779: Bottom left document. Written in French. [Capt. Richard] McCarty indicated 68 rations were issued at Cahos from Aug. 25 to Oct. 31. Names: Monsieur, Ch Buteau, (?) Parodre?

2743-3-7-8-August 25, 1779: Top right document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty signed verso. References to 92 rations issued at Cahos.

2744-3-7-8-August 25, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. [Capt. Richard] McCarty indicated 90 rations were issued at Cahos from Aug. 25-Nov. 25, 1779. Names: (?) Parodre?, Monsieur Gerray.

2745-3-9-August 25, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty payment for supplies at Cahos. Names: (?) Jacquert, (?) Parodre?

2746-3-9-August 25, 1779: Second document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty approved payment for supplies at Cahos. Names: (?) Parodre?

2747-3-9-August 24, 1779: Third document. John Montgomery order to commissary to give 1 pound of sugar to Madam Ellen.

2748-3-9-August 24, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark orders to Fort Clark Quartermaster to issue three oars to the bearer.

2749-3-10-August 25, 1779: Top document. Capt. Richard McCarty certified 90 rations were Issued from August 25 to November 25, 1779.

2750-3-10-August 25, 1779: Center document. Capt. Richard McCarty certified 42 rations were issued from August 25 to October 5, 1779.

2751-3-10-August 25, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Rations issued at Cahos. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, (?) Parodre?

2752-3-11-August 25, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order to give 1 bushel of indian corn to Jac Dromie?

2753-3-11-August 24, 1779: Center document. Portions missing. Capt. Richard McCarty certified Monsieur Touringjean? furnished 7 rations to 1 man.

2754-3-11-August 23, 1779: Bottom document. H. Crutcher issued taffia.

2755-3-11-August 23, 1779: Right side document. Appears to be incomplete. Reference to hospital. Names: Henry Crutcher.

2756-3-12-August 27, 1779: Top document. Rath Mare, a gunner in Capt. Robert George Co. was issued tobacco. Names John Montgomery.

2758-3-12-August 25, 1779: Center document. List of rations issued for 2 days at Fort Patrick Henry for troops under command of Capt. Quirk. There were 29 persons including 1 sergeant major, 1 sergeant, 22 rank and file, 8 artificers, 3 bowmen and 3 wash women.

2759-3-12-August 25, 1779: Bottom document. Surgeon Rey requested provisions for 16 sick men.

2760-3-13-August 26, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day provisions for Samuel Sills, French interpreter.

2761-3-13-August 25, 1779: Second document. Written in French. Rations issued for soldiers Document 2761-3-13-August 25, 1779-Continued: at Cahos. signed by Capt. Richard McCarty. Names: (?) Parodre?

2762-3-13-August 26, 1779: Third document. Henry Crutcher was witness for 400 pounds of flour being given to Capt. Linarr? for use of Fort Clark Garrison.

2763-3-13-August 26, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster James Finn received 2 loads of wood from Madam Delict? for use at Fort Clark Garrison.

2764-3-14-August 26, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to commissary to give 10 pounds of tallow to David Rogers.

2765-3-14-August 26, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark Quartermaster to issue 1 pair of boots to the armorbearer.

2766-3-14-August 27, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher certified he had received from Monsieur Charlovill supplies for use at Fort Clark Garrison. Supplies and services were 13 loads of wood, 638 pounds of flour, 639 pounds of sand, 171 pounds of meal, and for use of oxen.

2767-3-15-August 27, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher received 291 pounds of flour for use at Fort Clark Garrison from Jaitgaims Boway?

2768-3-15-August 26, 1779: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 2 day ration for 2

2768-3-15-August 26, 1779-Continued: armorbearers and 1 wash woman.

2769-3-15-August 27, 1779: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to commissary to give corn to the armorbearer.

2770-3-15-August 27, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to commissary to issue 30 pounds of beef for 4 men of his mess.

2771-3-16-August 27, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Rations issued for soldiers at Cahos. signed by Monsieur Perault and Capt. Richard McCarty.

2772-3-16-August 26, 1779: Second document. Rations were issued for 3 days for 3 officers and 1 private at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: William Shannon.

2773-3-16-August 26, 1779: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to commissary to give 4 pounds of beef for exchange of fouls for the sick in hospital.

2774-3-16-August 26, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 2 day rations for 1 wash woman.

2775-3-17-August 27, 1779: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Fort Clark quartermaster to deliver sugar and coffee to his sergeant for use of a sick man.

2776-3-17-August 27, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 30 pounds of beef for officers' mess. Signed by Capt. Thomas Quirk.

2777-3-17-August 26, 1779: Third document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day beef ration for 1 man. Names: John Bowman, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

2778-3-17-August 27, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day ration for 8 artificers and 1 wash woman commanded by Capt. Thomas Quirk.

2779-3-18-August 27, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary gave 10 pounds of beef to Jonchouse? to replace that which he lent.

2780-3-18-August 28, 1779: Center document. Incomplete. Rations issue for 7 men and 28 children and others. Signed by John Williams.

2781-3-18-August 27, 1779: Bottom document. Three day ration issued at Fort Patrick Henry for troops in Capt. Thomas Quirk co. including 1 sergeant major, 2 sergeants, 22 rank and file, 3 bowmen, and 2 wash women.

2782-3-19-August 31, 1779: Top document. Commissary provided 15 pounds of beef for 4 day ration for quartermaster John Reid.

2783-3-19-August 31, 1779: Second document. Capt. James Shelby order for ration for interpreter.

2784-3-19-August 28, 1779: Third document. Quartermaster John Fenn received 2 loads of wood from William Moran? for use of Fort Clark Garrison.

2785-3-19-August 28, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher received 310 pounds of flour from Joseph Brazia for use at Fort Clark Garrison.

2786-3-19-August 28, 1779: Document on right side. Quartermaster John Fenn received 2 loads of wood from Jacquien? Bovry? for use of Fort Clark Garrison.

2787-3-20-August 28, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary gave corn for Patt Kennedy's horse.

2788-3-20-August 29, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued beef to John Bowman and Capt. Thomas Quirk for voyage to Kaskaskia.

2789-3-20-August 28, 1779: Third document. Incomplete. Four day ration issued for 2 men and 1 woman in Capt. George company of Artillery.

2790-3-20-August 28, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Rations issued at Cahos. Names: M. Perault, Capt. Richard McCarty. Reference to boat master.

2791-3-20-August 29, 1779: Top right document. George Rogers Clark order to Quartermaster to give lead and powder to M. Chenett? for public use at St. Louis.

2792-3-20-No date: Bottom right document. Written in French. Rations issued. Signed by Capt. James Shelby.

2793-3-21-Sept. 4, 1779: Top left document. Commissary gave 5 day rations to indian interpreter Monsieur Vondria. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

2794-3-21-August 29, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson request for 30 pounds of beef for officers' mess.

2795-3-21-Sept. 1, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary gave 5 day ration for 1 man. Names: John Bowman, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

2796-3-21-August 31, 1779: Top right document. Commissary gave 15 pounds of beef for 3 day ration for Samuel Sills. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

2797-3-22-August 29, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day ration for 3 officers and 1 private. Names: William Shannon.

2798-3-22-August 31, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry gave 3 day rations to secretary Samuel Sills. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. James Shelby.

2799-3-22-August 30, 1779: Third document. Written in French. Payment at Vincennes to Pierre

2799-3-22-August 30, 1779: Consonyer? Names: William Shannon, N Perros?

2800-3-22-August 31, 1779: Right side document. Commissary issued 3 day ration to Monsieur Lanlot [Linctot]. Names: Leonard Helms, Capt. James Shelby.

2801-3-23-24-August 29, 1779: Top document. Incomplete. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations to Monsieur Drouart. Names Capt. James Shelby.

2802-3-23-24-August 31, 1779: Second left document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry gave 3 day provision to 2 indian interpreters.

2803-3-23-24-August 31, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry commissary gave 4 day ration to secretary Samuel Sills. Names: Leonard Helm.

2804-3-23-24-August 31, 1779: Second right document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day ration to interpreter Samuel Sills. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

2805-3-25-August 30, 1779: Top document. [Capt.] John Williams order for 2 day provision for 2 families consisting of 7 persons.

2806-3-25-August 31, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary issued 3 day ration to French interpreter Samuel Sills. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

2807-3-25-August 31, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 3 day rations for 2 artificers and 1 washwoman.

2808-3-25-August 30, 1779: Right side document. Capt. John Williams order for tallow for the hospital at Kaskaskia.

2809-3-26-August 30, 1779: Top document. James Finn, quarter master at Fort Clark obtained a load of wood from Capseau? Brazae.

2810-3-26-August 31, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 2 day ration for 7 artificers.

2811-3-26-August 30, 1779: Bottom document. James Finn, quarter master at Fort Clark obtained a load of wood from Monsieur Brashein.

2812-3-26-August 31, 1779: Right side document. Rank and file listing of a 2 day ration for the troops of Capt. Thomas Quirk at Fort Patrick Henry. Rations for 30 included 22 rank and file, 2 washwomen, 3 bowmen, 1 sergeant major and 1 major.

2813-3-27-August 30, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey requested 4 day ration for his mess.

2814-3-27-August 31, 1779: Second document. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day ration for

2814-3-27-August 31, 1779-Continued: Monsieur Drouart, who was an assistant of Capt. Helm at Fort Patrick Henry.

2815-3-27-August 31, 1779: Third document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 1 artificer in his company.

2816-3-27-August 30, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton request for 50 rations for Capt. George company.

2817-3-27-Sept. 3, 1779: Document on right side. William Shannon instructions for bearer of note to be given rations for 3 officers and 1 private.

2818-3-28-No date: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for rations for Zephaniah Blackford, who was going to Kaskaskia.

2819-3-28-Sept. 2, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Valentine Dalton order for 3 day rations for 2 men and 1 wash woman of Capt. George company.

2820-3-28-September 1, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for 42 men.

2821-3-29-Sept. 1, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey request for 2 day ration for sick men.

2822-3-29-September 1, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested 2 day ration for 46 men of his company.

2823-3-29-No date: Left side document. Fragment. Reference to 400 Illinois troops. Signed by Henry Crutcher.

2824-3-29-Feb. 16, 1779: Right side document. Bill of exchange for $ 26 and 2/3 sent from Naihotoche to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Cannot read signed names.

2825-3-30 Sept. 1, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey request for 2 day ration for sick men in hospital.

2826-3-30-Sept. 1, 1779: Left side document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for 46 men in his company.

2827-3-30-August 29, 1779: Right side document. Capt. Thomas Quirk signed [note] that it was good for 10 pounds of beef at St. Vincents.

2828-3-30-No date: Bottom left side document. Fragment. Reference to 400 Illinois troops. Signed by Henry Crutcher. Identical to 2823.

2829-3-30-March 10, 1779 and Aug. 1779: Bottom right side document. Written in French. Names: Frons

2829-3-30-March 10, 1779 and Aug. 1779-continued: Melloyes and Stephen Gooders.

2830-3-31-32-August 1779: Top document. No. 92. Bill of exchange sent from Naihotoche by Robert Elliott to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Verso written in French and has Monsieur Mettogea name.

2831-3-31-32-August 26, 1779: Second document. John Davis received 5 rations from Peter Light for service in the United States.

2832-3-31-32-August 25, 1779: Third document. Written in French. Rations supplied at Cahos. Signed by Capt. Richard McCarty.

2833-3-31-32-August 23, 1779: Bottom document. Flour ration given for use of George Rogers Clark.

2834-3-31-32-August 28, 1779: Lower right side document. Rations provided to Capt. John Williams.

2835-3-33-34-August 10, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue 10 pounds of flour for Capt. Edward Worthington for trip to Falls of Ohio.

2836-3-33-34-August 1779: Center document. Bill of Exchange prepared Feb. 16, 1779 at

2836-3-33-34-August 1779-Continued: Naihotoche and sent to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Verso written in French. Names: George Rogers Clark, David Rogers.

2837-3-33-34-August 28, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French by M. Perault. English on verso indicated bearer had provided his rations for 90 days from August 28 to Nov. 25, 1779. Approved by Capt. Richard McCarty. Names: ? Beauliace?

2838-3-33-34-August 1779: Document on right side. No. 89. Receipt of Peter Light for 123 rations.

2839-3-35-37-August 16, 1779: Top left document. Duplicated. Leonard Helm order to commissary to give 6 pounds of beef to the Tobaco Chief Indian and charge it to the state of Virginia. Verso of document is not complete. The beef had been promised. Reference to buttons.

2840-3-35-37-August 26?, 1779: Top right document. Duplicated. Ration issued for fatigue [duty] Signed by Surgeon Rey.

2841-3-35-37-August 1779: Bottom document. No. 109. Duplicated. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark at Fort Clark sent June 17, 1779 Bill of Exchange for $510.00 to the Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock of New Orleans to pay Monsieur Bossioleb? for cattle, horses, flour and tea furnished the troops stationed in the Illinois Country.

2842-3-38-39-August 25, 1779: Top document. Salt issued for troops to use on march. Names:

2842-3-38-39-August 25, 1779-Continued: Capt. Isaac Taylor, E. Bulger.

2843-3-38-39-August 28, 1779: Second document. Written in French. Bearer of note had supplied 30 rations at Cahos. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Monsieur Courier.

2844-3-38-39-July 15, 1779: Bottom left document. Difficult to read. George Roger Clark instructions written at Kaskaskia for payment to Jean Baptist. Verso written in French and English.

2845-3-38-39-August 25, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty certified bearer had furnished 49 rations.

BOX 619-FOLDER 35

PAPERS AUGUST 1779

Frame 40-87

140 documents in Folder 35 filmed on 47 frames.

2846-3-41-August 20, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark quarter master to issue 1 dozen ? to Major McCarty and James Matthews.

2847-3-41-August 21, 1779: Bottom document. Thirty eight rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for Capt. Robert George company of artillery. Company consisted of 1 captain, 1 lieut., 1 sergeant, 9 gunners, 1 woman, 2 bowmen, 23 montross [matross],1 butcher, and 3 negroes.

2848-3-42-August 22, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry report of 3 day ration for 41 of Capt. Robert George company including 22 matross, 3 negroes, 2 bowmen, 1 butcher 1 drummer, 7 prisoners of war, 2 gunners and officers.

2849-3-42-August 19, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George company was issued 2 day ration for 23 matross, 3 negroes, 1 gunner, 1 butcher, 1 woman, and officers.

2850-3-43-August 23, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Colonel John Montgomery of the Illinois Regiment at Kaskaskia sent a Bill of Exchange for $80.00 to Treasurer of Virginia to pay Monsieur Perualt, who furnished sundry articles to the state of Virginia.

2851-3-43-August 28, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby order for rations for Capt. Kellar company.

2852-3-43-August 20, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Clark quarter master gave powder to butcher James Mayfield, who was to kill beaver? for the troops of Col. John Montgomery. Names: Richard Harrison, Capt. John Williams.

2853-3-44-August 19, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give 20 pounds of tallow to 7 prisoners of war to make soap for their use.

2854-3-44-August 19, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton of Illinois

2854-3-44-August 19, 1779-Continued: Artillery order for ? for use of Capt. George company.

2855-3-44-August 18, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Abraham Keller request for Fort Patrick Henry to issue tallow. Difficult to read.

2856-3-45-August 19, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 10 pounds of tallow for use of his company.

2857-3-45-August 19, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton request to Mr. Blackford for 16 pounds of tallow for Capt. Robert George Co.

2858-3-45-August 19, 1779: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 30 pounds of tallow for Capt. Todd company.

2859-3-45-August 19, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give a bushel of corn to his bowman for forage for 2 horses.

2860-3-46-August 19, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order to give 38 pound of tallow for use by Capt. Evans company.

2861-3-46-August 19, 1779: Center left document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 8 pounds of tallow for company of Capt. Robert George.

2862-3-46-August 19, 1779: Center right document. Leonard Helm order to give 10 pounds of beef to the baso [Tobacco] chief [indian].

2863-3-46-August 19, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry gave 4 bushel of corn, 14 pounds of tallow, and 4 quarts of salt for use of the Vermilion indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

2864-3-47-August 22, 1779: Top document. List of rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for Capt. Todd company of 3 sick, 2 sergeants, 2 bowmen and 7 rank and file. Names: Sergeant Joseph Roberts.

2865-3-47-August 19, 1779: Center left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson request for 6 pounds of tallow for Capt. Taylor company.

2866-3-47-August 19, 1779: Center right document. George Rogers Clark order to give 1 bushel of corn to Charles.

2867-3-47-August 23, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Clark gave 516 pounds of flour to Capt. James for use at garrison. Names: Henry Crutcher.

2868-3-48-49-August 19, 1779: Top left document. Written in French. Duplicate. Surgeon Rey requested rations.

2869-3-48-49-August 19, 1779: Top right document. Leonard Helm order at St. Vincent to give Sherlock? corn and grease for use of the Vermilion indians.

2870-3-48-49-August 19, 1779: Second document. Leonard Helm request for corn for indians.

2871-3-48-49-August 19, 1779: Third document. Request for 10 pounds of tallow for soap making. Names: Capt. James Shelby, Capt. Robert Todd.

2872-3-48-49-August 19, 1779: Left bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery received 523 pounds of flour for use of his troops for march from Post St. Vincent to Kaskaskia.

2873-3-48-49-August 17, 1779: Bottom right document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 4 day ration for 1 man. Names: William Shannon, Joseph Bowman.

2874-3-50-51-August 17, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby request to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give tallow.

2875-3-50-51-August 17, 1779: Second document. Mark Wagner and William McGanuan? certified they received 198 rations from Peter Light for employment in the service of the United States.

2876-3-50-51-August 17, 1779: Third document. Thomas Collins was given 48 rations by Peter Light Document 2876-3-50-51-August 17, 1779-Continued: for employment in the service of the United States.

2877-3-50-51-August 17, 1779: Bottom document. Samuel Miller was given 87 rations by Peter Light for employment in the service of the United States.

2878-3-52-53-August 19, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Payment for 2 soldiers. Signed by Jacque Lemaja?

2879-3-52-53-August 17, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary gave flour to soldier as ordered by George Rogers Clark and Capt. James Shelby.

2880-3-52-53-August 23, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher at Fort Clark paid Antoine Bienvenue for use of horse and services on march of Capt. Richard McCarty Company to and from Kaskaskia. Verso listed 37 loads of wood, 23 bushels of corn, 1 bushel of oats, 2 old shirts and cash.

2881-3-54-August 16, 1779: Top document. James Patten at the Falls of Ohio requested ammunition ration for 3 men of Capt. Todd company.

2882-3-54-August 18, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry gave 3 day ration for 2 men in Capt. Thomas Quirk company who were going to Falls of Ohio. Names: Lieut. James Ramsey.

2883-3-54-August 18, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 bushel of indian corn to James Dromgoole for his march to Kaskaskia.

2884-3-55-56-August 17, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day ration for 19 in Capt. Evans company of 2 sergeants, 13 rank and file, 3 artificers, and 1 bowman. Names: Sergeant Andrew Clark, Capt. James Shelby.

2885-3-55-56-August 22, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry issued indian corn and salt for Capt. Robert George's trip to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Z. Blackford.

2886-3-55-56-August 22, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Z. Blackford of Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue indian corn, 1 flag, and tallow to the French militia commanded by Major Bosseron for an expedition up the Wabash [River].

2887-3-57 -August 22, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby certified Z. Blackford of Fort Patrick Henry commissary had issued 40 bushels of indian corn, 507 pounds of fresh beef, and 406 pounds of flour for expedition up the Wabash [River].

2888-3-57-August 22, 1779: Left center document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 2 day rations for 7 prisoners of war.

2889-3-57-August 22, 1779: Right center document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark commissary for candles.

2890-3-57-August 21, 1779: Bottom document. List of 2 day ration issued for 19 of Capt. Jesse Evans company of 2 sergeants, 14 rank and file, and 3 artificers. Names: Andrew Clark, Capt. James Shelby.

2891-3-58-August 22, 1779: Top document. List of 2 day ration issued for 14 of Capt. James Shelby company of 1 captain, 1 ensign, 2 lieut. and 10 rank and file. Names: Henry Crutcher.

2892-3-58-August 21, 1779: Center document. List of 2 day ration issued for 16 of Capt. Edward Taylor's company commanded by Capt. James Shelby. There were 12 rank and file, 2 artificers, and 2 sergeants.

2893-3-58-August 23, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 3 day ration for 1 woman.

2894-3-59-August 21, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey request for 2 day rations for 15 sick men.

2895-3-59-August 21, 1779: Second document. Capt. James Shelby order at Fort Patrick Henry for ration for 1 artificer.

2896-3-59-August 21, 1779: Third document. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark quartermaster for rations for bearer of order.

2897-3-59-August 22, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order to commissary to issue 2 pounds of sugar to Betsey Cokson.

2898-3-60-August 21, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order rations be issued to the boat master at Fort Patrick Henry.

2899-3-60-August 21, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 5 day ration for 1 man. Names: Joseph Bowman, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

2900-3-60-August 21, 1779: Third document. Capt. Richard McCarty order to quarter master to issue 1 fuzil [fusil]. Names: Capt. John Williams.

2901-3-60-August 20, 1779: Left bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order for 20 pounds of beef for his officers' mess.

2902-3-60-August 21, 1779: Right bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary Z. Blackford to give indian corn to Capt. Lanto [Linctot] for expedition up the Wabash [River].

2903-3-61-August 20, 1779: Top left document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry

2903-3-61-August 20, 1779 Continued: commissary to issue 2 day ration for 3 officers and 1 private.

2904-3-61-August 21, 1779: Top right document. Surgeon Rey request for 3 day ration.

2905-3-61-August 21, 1779: Second document. Order to commissary to issue grease to make soap. Names: John Green, Capt. James Shelby and boat master.

2906-3-61-August 21, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk request for 30 pounds of beef for his mess.

2907-3-61-August 21, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. Powder and ball were delivered at Kaskaskia to Capt. Richard McCarty.

2908-3-62-August 20, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry list of 2 day ration issued for 14 men in Capt. Todd's company commanded by Capt. James Shelby. Names: Sergeant Joseph Roberts.

2910-3-62-August 20, 1779: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 20 pounds of beef for his mess.

2911-3-62-August 20, 1779: Third document. Inventory of Kaskaskia quarter master store

by James Finn. Items listed were 40 pounds of coffee, 2 dozen pewter buttons, linseed oil, 4 scalping knives, 40 guns, tobacco,

2911-3-62-August 20, 1779-Continued: 30 gallon of taffia, corn and 40 plates. Some portions of document are missing.

2912-3-62-August 20, 1779: Fourth document on right side. James Patten order to issue powder and salt for 1 man of Capt. William Hess?

2913-3-63-August 20, 1779: Top document. Appears to be incomplete. Names: Richard Harrison, Monsieur Dejoye?, I. B. Gurson, Antoine Benevue, Monsieur Conser?

2914-3-63-August 20, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations. difficult to read. Very faded.

2915-3-64-August 19, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry list of rations for 19 of Capt. James Shelby company including 1 ensign, 10 rank and file and 2 Sergeants. Names: Sergeant Henry Cullon?

2916-3-64-August 19, 1779: Left center document. Capt. James Shelby order for tallow for Laurence Slaughter.

2917-3-64-August 19, 1779: Right center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order 3 day rations for Cahos troops commanded by Capt. Linelot.

2918-3-64-August 19, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Patrick

2918-3-64-August 19, 1779-Continued: Henry for 2 day ration for 7 prisoners of war.

2919-3-64-August 19, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. Thomas Quirk requested 20 rations for his mess.

2920-3-65 -August 19, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey requested meat for 15 sick men.

2921-3-65-August 19, 1779: Center left document. Bushel of corn issued. Names: Capt. James Shelby, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

2922-3-65-August 19, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson requested 10 lbs of tallow.

2923-3-65-August 19, 1779: Center right document. Written in French. Surgeon Rey requested provisions for men in hospital.

2924-3-65-August 19, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry list of 2 day rations issued for 19 of Capt. Jesse Evans company of 2 sergeants, 13 rank and file, 3 artificers, and 1 bowman. Names: Andrew Clark.

2925-3-66-August 19, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry list of 2 day rations issued to 17 of Capt. Isaac Taylor company including 12 rank and file. Names: Edward Taylor.

2926-3-66-August 19, 1779: Center left document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 8 pounds of tallow to Capt. Robert George company.

2927-3-66-August 19, 1779: Center right document. George Rogers Clark order to give 1 bag of corn to Charles.

2928-3-66-August 19, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. James Shelby requested 10 pounds of tallow.

2929-3-67-August 19, 1779: Top document. Rations issued for Capt. Taylor company commanded by Capt. James Shelby.

2930-3-67-No date: Center document. Microfilm copy of a 7 of clubs playing card.

2931-3-67-August 19, 1779: Center right document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day ration for 19 of Capt. Kellar company commanded by Capt. James Shelby.

2932-3-68-70-August 19, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Capt. James Shelby requested 2 bushels of corn.

2933-3-68-70-August 16, 1779: Second document. James Pattan at Falls of Ohio requested salt ration for 30 days for 1 man of Capt. Kellar company.

2934-3-68-70-August 17, 1779: Third document-left side. Corn ration for horses. Names: Anthony Crocket, John Montgomery.

2935 -3-68-70-August 16, 1779: Fourth document-right side. George Rogers Clark order for corn to be given to Charles.

2936-3-71-August 23, 1779: Top left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for 1 artificer and 3 wash women.

2937-3-71-August 23, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson requested tallow.

2938-3-71-August 23, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested 2 day ration for 3 men and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George co. of artillery.

2939-3-71-August 23, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry list of rations issued for troop of 35 commanded by Capt. Thomas Quirk. There were 23 rank and file, 6 artificers, 3 bowmen, and sergeants.

2940-3-72-73-August 23, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day ration for 3 officers and 1 private. Names: William Shannon.

2941-3-72-73-August 23, 1779: Second document-left side. Commissary issued 15 pounds of beef for roasting. Names: William Shannon.

2942-3-72-73-August 22, 1779: Third document-right side. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day ration for 2 officers going to the Falls of Ohio by boat and a 4 day ration for the boat master.

2943-3-72-73-August 23, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher certified Capt. James had brought locks and barrels [guns] from the Mississippi [River] for use of Fort Clark Garrison.

2944-3-74-August 22, 1779: Top left document. Capt. James Shelby order to issue 2 bushels of corn for 2 ? indians, who were going on expedition with him.

2945-3-74-August 22, 1779: Top right document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 20 pounds of beef for his mess.

2946-3-74-August 22, 1779: Third document. Henry Crutcher requested 2 loaves of bread from Charles Charlovill for Col. Montgomery's mess at Fort Clark.

2947-3-74-August 22, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 4 day ration for 1 wash woman.

2948-3-74-August 18, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry supplied 30 pounds of tallow to make soap for company of Capt. Jesse Evans or Capt. James Shelby.

2949-3-75-August 16, 1779: Top document. Richard Harrison order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 4 bushels of corn for horses which came with Col. Montgomery.

2950-3-75-August 16, 1779: Left document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 10 pounds of tallow to make soap. Names: Lieut. Anthony Crocket, John Montgomery.

2951-3-75-August 19, 1779: Right document. John Montgomery order for corn.

2952-3-75-August 17, 1779: Bottom document. Tallow issued to either Capt. Isaac Taylor or ? Montgomery.

2953-3-76-August 16, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher requested 225 pounds of flour for use of Fort Clark garrison.

2954-3-76-August 16, 1779: Second document. Richard Harrison order to Fort Clark quarter master to give 2 bushels of corn to Chief Battist of the Kaskaskia Indians.

2955-3-76-August 16, 1779: Third document. Richard Harrison order to Fort Clark quarter master to give 6 pounds of powder to Chief Battist of the Kaskaskia Indians.

2956-3-76 August 16, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. James Shelby order to issue 1 day ration

2956-3-76-August 16, 1779-Continued: for 10 men of Capt. Kellar company.

2957-3-76-August 16, 1779: Fifth document-right side. Fort Clark commissary issued 2 day ration for 3 officers and 1 private. Names: William Shannon.

2958-3-77-August 17, 1779: Top document. David Rogers certified receiving from Henry Crutcher, Fort Clark commissary in the Illinois country the following supplies: 454 pounds of beef, 411 pounds of meal, 67 pounds of flour, 1 peck of salt, and 50 pounds of powder for use of his company from July 25, 1779 to August 17, 1779. Voucher no. 17.

2959-3-77-August 17, 1779: Center document. Corn issued for use of the horses of the states. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor, ? Montgomery.

2960-3-77-August 17, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued corn for forage of Joseph Bowman's horse.

2961-3-78-79-August 17, 1779: Top document. Bill of exchange sent to the Treasurer of Virginia by George Rogers Clark and William Shannon to pay Monsieur Augustus Shollot for supplying powder for the commonwealth of Virginia. French writing on verso and vendor's name was listed at Augtus Shouteau.

2962-3-78-79-August 17, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Jesse Evans requested corn forage for the country's horses.

2963-3-80-August 17, 1779: Top document. Tallow issued for use of Capt. Robert George Co. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton of Illinois Artillery, John Montgomery.

2964-3-80-August 17, 1779: Second document. Capt. James Shelby requested Mess rations.

2965-3-80-August 17, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order for rations for 10 in Capt. Kellar company.

2966-3-80-August 18, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations to boat master. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

2967-3-80-August 18, 1779: Fifth document-right side. Leonard Helm order to commissary William Blackford to issue corn for indians going up the Wabash.

2968-3-81-August 18, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George request for 2 day ration for 1 man.

2969-3-81-August 17, 1779: Second document. John Montgomery requested corn forage for horse.

2970-3-81-August 17, 1779: Third document. John Girault requested salt for 3 officers for a trip to Kaskaskia.

2971-3-81-August 18, 1779: Bottom document. Rations for 2 days issued to Capt. Robert George company including 1 butcher, 3 negroes, 2 bowmen, and 1 woman.

2972-3-81-August 17, 1779: Fifth document-right side. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue beef to ? Drouart, who had lent beef to men of Capt. Santo [Linctot]

2973-3-82-August 17, 1779: Top document. Rations issued for 2 days for 17 of Capt. James Shelby company, including 12 rank and file. Names: Edward Taylor.

2974-3-82-August 18, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry list of 2 day rations issued for 12 of Capt. Todd company under command of Capt. James Shelby. There were 9 rank and file, 1 sick and 2 sergeants. Names: Sergeant Joseph Roberts, John Roberts.

2975-3-82-August 17, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day rations for 12 men of Capt. Williams' company, who were going to Kaskaskia.

2976-3-83-August 17, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day ration for 19 of Capt. James Shelby company. Names: Sergeant. Henry Hutton.

2977-3-83-August 17, 1779: Center document. Falls of Ohio issued ammunition for 2 men of Capt. Abraham Keller company. Names: James Patten.

2978-3-83-August 17, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. James Patten at Falls of Ohio gave powder to 2 men on trip from Williamsburg, Virginia to O Post [Vincennes].

2979-3-84-85-August 18, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher received 200 pounds of flour for use of the troops at Fort Clark in Illinois from Rigo Bovey.

2980-3-84-85-August 19, 1779: Second document. William Shannon request to commissary for 2 day provision for 4 men.

2981-3-84-85-August 19, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order for corn for horses.

2982-3-84-85-August 19, 1779: Fourth document. Falls of Ohio gave salt 30 days for 2 men of Capt. Abraham Keller company. Names: James Patten.

2983-3-84-85-August 19, 1779: Fifth document-right side. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for ration for 1 wash woman.

2984-3-86-87-August 18, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Rations issued for men of different companies on their way to Vincennes. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

2985-3-86-87-August 18, 1779: Center document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 3 officers and 1 private.

2986-3-86-87-August 18, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to give bearer Charles 1 bushel of corn and 1 pint of salt.

BOX 619-FOLDER 36

VOUCHERS AUGUST 1779

Frame #88 -

87 documents filmed on 37 frames.

2987-3-89-90-August 21, 1779: Supplies allocated to Capt. Robert George company of artillery to take to the Falls of Ohio. Signed by Valentine Thomas Dalton for Capt. George. Some potions of document missing. Verso listed Richard Clark. Supplies: 1 box of grape shot for 16 rounds; 29 [rifles]; 50 balls for six pounder; 300 nails, 40 sand bags, 1 tarpaulin; 4 tents; 1 handsaw; 1 copper charger for 6 pounder; 1 traveling magazine; and numerous other types of items needed for the artillery company. James Reid signed that items were received.

2988-3-91-92-August 9, 1779: Top document. No. 149. Fort Patrick Henry Bill of Exchange sent by William Shannon to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $331.50 to John Gerault for flour and sundry articles supplied for use of the troops.

2989-3-91-92-August 11, 1779: Bottom document. No. 151. Fort Patrick Henry Bill of Exchange sent by William Shannon to Treasurer of Virginia to pay Joseph Anderson for trip from Kaskaskia to Kentucky, lost sundry articles, and provisions furnished for himself and comrades. Some portions are written in French. Names: Leonard Helm.

2990-3-93-August 6, 1779: Top document. Bill of exchange sent from Fort Clark to George

2990-3-93-August 6, 1779-Continued: Rogers Clark by Henry Crutcher and Richard Harrison for payment of $2036.00 for to Monsieur Charlovill for use of troops in the service of Illinois. English version of Document 2991.

2991-3-93-August 6, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. English translation is Document 2990.

2992-3-94-95-August 3, 1779: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark at Fort Vincennes to the Treasurer of Virginia to pay $1143.20 to Monsieur Antoine Gamelin for sundries furnished for the use of the state of Virginia. Verso written in French. Names: Antoine Pauelins?.

2993-3-94-95-August 9, 1779: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark and William Shannon at Fort Patrick Henry in the Illinois to the Treasurer of Virginia to pay $438.00 to Monsieur Legras provisions furnished the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry.

2994-3-96-97-August 4, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order to issue ammunition to 2 spies of the company.

2995-3-96-97-August 5, 1779: Second document. John Montgomery and Capt. Edward Worthington order at Fort Clark to issue 4 guns.

2996-3-96-97-August 8, 1779: Third document. Capt. John Williams requested 60 flints for use of his company.

2997-3-96-97-August 8, 1779: Fourth document-right side. Capt. Edward Worthington requested 2 flints for his company.

2998-3-98-August 4, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order to St. Vinson quarter master to give powder and lead to Joseph Calvert of Capt. James Shelby co.

2999-3-98-August 4, 1779: Second document. John Montgomery order for powder, lead and 2 flints for himself.

3000-3-98-August 5, 1779: Third document-left side. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master to give gun and 24 rounds of cartridges to Lieut. John Roberts.

3001-3-98-August 3, 1779: Fourth document-right side. James Trubue received 131 pounds of buffalo beef for use of troops at Boonesboro from John Harbison.

3002-3-98-August 30, 1779: Fifth document. Commissary James Trabue received 10 bushels of corn for use of troops at Boonesboro from Richard Galiway.

3003-3-99-August 5, 1779: Top document. Ammunition ration issued. Names: Capt. Jesse Evans, John Montgomery.

3004-3-99-August 5, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams requested powder, lead,

3004-3-99-August 5, 1779-Continued. flints, and paper for use of his company. Names: John Montgomery.

3005-3-99-August 6, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested paper from the quarter master for use of Capt. Robert George company of artillery.

3006-3-100-101-August 6, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for powder and lead for use of his company at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Joseph Bowman.

3007-3-100-101-August 8, 1779: Center left document. Zep Blackford gave a bag to Richard Brashear.

3008-3-100-101-August 8, 1779: Center right document. George Rogers Clark order for cartridge box and 12 rounds of cartridge for use of Capt. Worthington company. Names: Richard Clark.

3009-3-100-101-August 9, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to give powder and lead to Shradrack Bond.

3010-3-102-103-August 8, 1779: Top document. No. 104. Lieut. Richard Brashear and John Montgomery order to issue 13 pounds of powder 26 pounds of lead and 36 flints for 26 men, who were going by water to Kaskaskia.

3011-3-102-103-August 9, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams and George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead.

3012-3-102-103-August 9, 1779: Bottom right document. Powder and lead issued to Capt. Richard McCarty company. Names: George Rogers Clark, Michael Perrault.

3013-3-104-107-August 10, 1779: Top left document. Two copies. Joseph Bowman order to Quartermaster to provide powder, lead and a small land bag for V. Bartelot? for trip to Falls of Ohio.

3014-3-104-107-August 9, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Capt. James Shelby order to quartermaster to issue 3 small bags for used of Capt. Taylor co.

3015-3-104-107-August 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Leonard Helm order to quartermaster to give powder and lead to the Wabash Indian Chief.

3016-3-104-107-July 16, 1779: Top right document. Duplicate. Incomplete. No. 116. Document was written at Oak Post and writer explains that his health is better thanks to God. Verso was written by Joseph Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry and indicated 5 land bags were given to Joseph Calvert of Capt. Shelby's co. Names: ? Friend.

3017-3-108-August 11, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster gave 14 bags to Lieut. Crockett to carry provisions to the Falls of Ohio. Names Capt. Jesse Evans, Joseph Bowman.

3018-3-108-August 8, 1779: Bottom left document. Provision of lead and powder issued. Names: Capt. Jesse Evans, [ Lieut. Col.] Montgomery.

3019-3-108-August 8, 1779: Bottom right document. Signed by Capt. John Williams. Writing too light to read.

3020-3-109-112 -August 10, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue powder, lead, and flints to the butcher to use to kill cattle.

3021-3-109-112-August 11, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Capt. Isaac Taylor order for powder, lead and 15 flints.

3022-3-109-112-August 11, 1779: Bottom left document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and lead for 3 men of Lieut. James Roberts, who were going to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

3023-3-109-112-August 10, 1779: Bottom right document. Duplicate. Capt. James Shelby order to quartermaster to issue one small bag to ? Canove.

3024-3-113-August 11, 1779: Top left document. Capt. Abraham Kellar requested powder and lead for his journey.

3025-3-113-August 11, 1779: Top right document. Ammunition ration issued for Capt. Robert Todd. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

3026-3-113-August 11, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for powder and lead for Capt. Edward Worthington trip to the Falls of Ohio.

3027-3-113-August 11, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to give 2 land bags to Capt. Worthington for a trip to the Falls of Ohio.

3028-3-114-August 9, 1779: Top document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry to give powder and lead to the indian agent Monsieur Gam Cuy?

3029-3-114-August 12, 1779: Second document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue powder and lead to William Williams for his trip to the Falls of Ohio.

3030-3-114-August 14, 1779: Third document. Written in French. Surgeon Rey requested provisions for the hospital.

3031-3-114-August 18, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue 4 pounds of powder for use of the troops to bury Major Joseph Bowman. [ Probably for firing salute over grave or body of Major Bowman.]

3032-3-115-August 13, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue 1 ax from the country store to Sergeant Wilson for use of the garrison.

3033-3-115-August 14, 1779: Center document. Capt. Jesse Evans requested 2 bigs [Barley?].

3034-3-115-August 12, 1779: Bottom document. Ammunition of powder and ball was requested for John Hawkins. Names: Joseph Bowman, J. Cobudges?

3035-3-115-August 14, 1779: Document on right side. Capt. James Shelby requested 1 tent cloth.

3036-3-116-117-August 12, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to quartermaster for powder and lead for himself and bowman to take to Falls of Ohio.

3037-3-116-117-August 16, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby requested 2 flints per 15 men of Capt. Taylor's company under his command be issued.

3038-3-116-117-August 15, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. James Shelby requested 2 small bags for the hospital.

3039-3-116-117-August 15, 1779: Bottom right document. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder, lead and 2 dozen flints to party going on command to join Col. Clark at St. Vincent. Names: Capt. James Shelby, John Reid.

3040-3-118-August 16, 1779: Top document. Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Patrick Henry certified he had received 17 sheets of paper from Quartermaster John Reid.

3041-3-118-August 15, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby requested a musket for the use of Capt. Evans company now under his command.

3042-3-118-August 18, 1779: Bottom left document. Leonard Helm order to quartermaster to issue powder to the young Indian Tobaco Chief and the Grand Kite Indian Chief, who were going on an expedition with Major Bossron.

3043-3-118-August 21, 1779: Bottom right document. Incomplete. Quartermaster issued ?

3044-3-119-120-August 20, 1779: Top document. No. 137. Capt. James Shelby requested Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue 5 pounds of steel for the [armer].

3045-3-119-120-August 21, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Patrick Henry for powder, lead, flints and paper for use of his company.

3046-3-119-120-August 20, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby at Fort Patrick Henry requested flints for use of Capt. Evans company.

3047-3-121-August 16, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby requested paper for use of Capt. Taylor's company.

3048-3-121-August 20, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort St. Vincent quartermaster for 100 pounds of gun powder, 140 pounds of lead, 100 gun flints and 30 sand bags.

3049-3-121-August 19, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George on his way to Fort Patrick Henry received ammunition from Quartermaster John Reid.

3050-3-122-No date: Top document. Laurence Slaughter received powder and 3 [guns].

3051-3-122-August 20, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster gave 20 axes for use of Thomas Wilson company.

3052-3-123-124-August 22, 1779: Top left document. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and lead to Capt. Thomas Quirk.

3053-3-123-124-August 9, 1779: Top right document. NO. 109. M. Perrault received 24 cartridges.

3054-3-123-124-August 22, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort St. Vincent to provide 72 and 1/2 pounds of lead, 100 gun flints, 147 pounds of gun powder, 30 sand bags, 20 dozen cartridges, 33 pounds of ball, 26 and 1/2 pound of small shoot, 90 pounds of tallow and 2 narrow axes to Capt. Langtot's party going up the Wabash [River].

BOX 620-FOLDER 37

ACCOUNTS-SEPTEMBER 1779

Frames 125-166

40 documents filmed on 41 frames.

3055-3-126-131-September 30, 1779: Three copies of same document. Letter or orders written at Read Quarters at the Falls of Ohio by George Rogers Clark, Commander in chief of the Virginia Forces of the Western Department to Capt. Silas Harlan, who was informed that a fort was to be established near the mouth of the Ohio [River] and that a number of artificers as well as other inhabitants were needed to carry on the work at the new fort. Clark ordered Harlan to raise needed persons to become settlers at the fort, to pay them as militia for as long as necessary and to rendezvous at the new fort by December 1, [1779].

3056-3-132-September 16, 1779: Top document. List of provisions for the rank and file of the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry September 15 and 16, 1779. There were 96 persons in the companies of Captains: James Shelby, Abraham Kellar, Jesse Evans, Isaac Taylor, Robert George, and Robert Todd. There were 15 sick in the hospital and 7 persons listed with a separate group of artificers. There were 4 women with the troops. There were 96 persons, who received 192 rations.

3057-3-132-September 9, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison certified that Isaac Mayfield and his brother McCajah Mayfield had been employed as artificers at Fort Clark. They were to be paid at 5 shillings per day and to received goods for payment. Signed by John Reid.

3058-3-133-134-September 7, 1779: Rank and file listing of provisions for troops commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark for September 6 and 7, 1779. There are 4 separate listings, which provide details for provisions issued to Capt. John Williams company, the Lieut. Col. staff, Family 44 and the hospital. Names: Capt. Williams, Lieut. Richard Brashear, Mistress Williams, (?) Finn, Jack Elm, (?) Bush, Flosel (?), Ebin (?), Samuel Allen, Sergeant May and A. Taylor.

3058-3-133-134-September 7, 1779-continued: Provisions were listed for weighting boys, who were probably servants; women, children, spies, gunners, Beef hunters, expressors, negroes, sick in hospital, and for mess for doctor and officers.

3059-3-135-136-September 6, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear approval for 2 day rations for the doctor, family and sick in the hospital. Names: James Green, Daniel Wheelin, John Harrington, Benjamin Lewis, D. Hicks, William Joukket?, Thirteen rations were issued.

3060-3-135-136-September 1, 1779: Bottom document. William Shannon certified Adam Bingeman was employed as commissary at Fort Vincent in the Illinois Department from March 1, 1779 through July 31, 1779 and that his pay and subsistence was equal to that of a captain.

3061-3-137-138-September 29, 1779: List of provisions issued for rank and file for troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry for September 29 and 30, 1779. Listed by companies for Staff, Sick in Hospital, Artificers, and Captains: Isaac Taylor, Jesse Evans, James Shelby, Abraham Kellar, and Robert Todd. There were 15 sick in the hospital, 10 artificers, 4 women, 1 doctor, and 2 bowmen. Signed by James Reid, Quartermaster. Verso stated vouchers of Z. Blackford.

3062-3-139-140-September 26, 1779: List of provisions issued for rank and file for troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry for September 25 and 26, 1779. Difficult to read. Listed by Staff and companies of Captains: James Shelby, Isaac Taylor, Jesse Evans, and two others. There were 136 rations. Names: Z. Blackford, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

3063-3-141-142-September 30, 1779: Abstract of September 1779 provisions issued at Fort Patrick Henry.

3063-3-141-142-September 30, 1779-Continued: for troops, prisoners, indians and others. Prepared by Zephaniah Blackford and certified by George Rogers Clark. There were 3,070 rations issued and included 1,290 pounds of flour, 1,385 1/2 pounds of Indian Meal, 6,596 pounds of Beef and 456 rations of salt. There were extra rations of flour, beef, tallow and corn issued.

3064-3-144-September 24, 1779: Top document. List of provisions issued for rank and file for troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry for September 23 and 24, 1779. Rations were for Staff and companies of Captains: Isaac Taylor, James Shelby, Jesse Evans, Robert Todd, Thomas Quirk, and Abraham Keller. Special reference to artificers. Names: John Reid.

3065-3-144-September 22, 1779: Bottom document. List of provisions issued for September 21 and 22, 1779 by rank and file for Fort Patrick Henry troops of Captains: James Shelby, Robert Todd, Abraham Keller, Isaac Taylor, and Jesse Evans. Special listing for artificers and sick in hospital. Total of 92 persons including 2 women. Names: John Reid.

3066-3-145-148-September 30, 1779: Top left document. Two copies. Written in French. Bill of exchange for payment of provisions furnished and sent to Oliver Pollock. Names: Joseph Pouree?, William Galafice?

3067-3-145-148-September 5, 1779: Top right document. Two copies. Capt. Thomas Quirk requested 75 pounds of beef for mess of his officers.

3068-3-145-148-September 8, 1779: Bottom document. Two copies. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested rations for the doctor, his family and sick in the Kaskaskia

3069-3-145-148-September 8, 1779-Continued: hospital. Names: D. Hicks, John Harrington, Daniel Wheeling, Benjamin Lewis, John Green and William Portis?

3070-3-149-September 21, 1779: Top document. Bill of Exchange for $250 for medicine supplied by Andrew Rayor for troops of the Commonwealth of Virginia stationed at Fort Patrick Henry in the Illinois Country was sent by William Shannon to the Treasurer of Virginia.

3071-3-149-Sept. 18, 1779: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange for $2,863 and 3/5 for provisions supplied by Francois Bosseron for troops of the Commonwealth of Virginia stationed at Fort Patrick Henry in the Illinois Country was sent by William Shannon to the Treasurer of Virginia.

3072-3-149-September 5, 1779: Document on right side. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested 2 day ration for 35 men in his company.

3073-3-150-September 21, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Surgeon Rey requested rations.

3074-3-150-September 18, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate of Document 3071 on frame 149. Bill of Exchange for $2,863 and 3/5 for provisions supplied by Francois Bosseron for troops at Fort Patrick Henry in the Illinois Country was sent by William Shannon to the Treasurer of Virginia.

3075-3-151-September 16, 1779: Top document. Bill of Exchange for $ 5,552 for provisions and services rendered by Monsieur Phillip Legras for the commonwealth.

3075-3-151-September 16, 1779-Continued: of Virginia was sent by William Shannon and George Rogers Clark to the Treasurer of Virginia.

3076-3-151-September 26, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Vincent paid $ 140.00 to Patt McCophy? for taffia furnished to Indians. Named: Leonard Helm, John Todd.

3077-3-152-153-September 24, 1779: Top document. Capt. William Harrod order to Falls of Ohio to issue 3 day rations for 5 men in his company.

3078-3-152-153-Sept. 21, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Various supplied sold. Names: Oliver Pollock, Monsieur Laffont.

3079-3-154-155-September 20, 1779: No. 163. Bill of Exchange for $1,305.00 for sundry articles supplied by Monsieur Nicholas Perault for troops of the commonwealth of Virginia at Fort Patrick Henry in the Illinois Country was sent by William Shannon to the Treasurer of Virginia.

3080-3-156-157-September 1779: Total Vouchers of rations issued for months from September 1779 through February 1781? by quantity of flour, beef, indian meal, pork, salt and peas. One side of document has listed other provisions of powder, flints, bags, paper, oars, oil, oil cloth, cables, taffia, coffee, sugar, aul blades, knives, pewter buttons, china plates, broad cloth, caulking irons, batteaus (boats), beef hides, rope, tomahawks, corn, fusil, boots, and cotton.

3081-3-158-159-September 12, 1779: List of vouchers for items issued to soldiers by commissary Jacob

3081-3-158-159-September 12, 1779: Peayett at the Falls of Ohio. Some portions of document is missing. Entries certified James Harris, Samuel Harris, Stephen Harris, and John Mahard Harris served in the militia of Capt. William Harrod's company and were supplied beef and flour for the period of time from May 1 to Sept. 12, 1779.

3082-3-160-August 31, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Henry Crutcher purchased 435 pounds of beef from Monsieur Vital Bauvior for the troops at Fort Clark.

3083-3-160-September 13, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Capt. Edward Worthington received powder and lead from Jacob Pyeatt at the Falls of Ohio.

3084-3-160-September 2, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison certified Hayden Wells worked 48 days as an artificer and was to be paid $1.00 per day in goods at Fort Clark. Names: I. Camp.

3085-3-161-162-August 31, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher purchased 435 pounds of beef from Monsieur Vital Bauvior for the troops at Fort Clark. Appears to be a duplicate of Document 3082-3-160.

3086-3-161-162-September 16, 1779: Center document. Capt. Edward Worthington purchased 423 pounds of buffalo meat from George Poff and Joseph Brown for the troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark.

3087-3-161-162-September 2, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison certified artificer Charles Martin and was paid in goods from Fort Clark for work.

3088-3-163-September 9, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested 2 day rations for 2 pack horse men at Fort Clark. Names: Mr. Shaw.

3089-3-163-September 1, 1779: Center document. Difficult to read. James Patten issued rations for a woman at the Falls of Ohio.

3090-3-163-September 1, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day rations for 30 persons in company of Capt. Thomas Quirk. There were 22 in rank and file, 2 wash women, 3 bowmen, 2 sergeants and 1 sergeant major.

3091-3-164-September 5, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day rations for 32 troops of Capt. Thomas Quirk. There were 26 rank and file, 2 wash women, 3 bowmen, 2 sergeants and 1 sergeant major.

3092-3-164-September 3, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day rations for 32 troops of Capt. Thomas Quirk. There were 22 rank and file, 2 wash women, 3 bowmen, 1 sergeant major and 2 sergeants.

3093-3-165-September 2, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 2 day rations for 3 men expedition.

3094-3-165-September 8, 1779: Left Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day rations for troops of Capt. Thomas Quirk. There were 24 rank and file, 3 bowmen, 2 wash women, 2 sergeants, and 1 sergeant majors.

3095-3-165-September 7, 1779: Right Bottom document. Written in French. Surgeon Rey requested rations for hospital.

3096-3-166-September 12, 1779: Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day rations for Capt. Thomas Quirk troops consisting of 32 persons including 24 rank and file, 3 bowmen, 2 wash women, 2 sergeants and 1 sergeant major.

BOX 620-FOLDER 38

VOUCHERS-SEPTEMBER 1779

Frames #167 -

150 documents filmed on 162 frames.

3097-3-168-September 28, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams requested 2 day rations for 2 spies in his company.

3098-3-168-September 30, 1779: Second document. Ten men of Capt. [Richard] McCarty company were issued 2 day rations. Names: Capt. John Williams, John Montgomery.

3099-3-168-September 27, 1779: Third document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day rations for 7 men in company of Capt. James Shelby.

3100-3-168-September 17, 1779: Fourth document. Fort Vincent commissary issued 8 pounds of beef to Monsieur Vodry?, Indian interpreter to give to the Grand Quite.

3101-3-169-170-September 3, 1779: Top document. Fort Clark issued 2 day rations for men of Capt. George company. Names: Lieut. [Richard] Brashear.

3102-3-169-170-September 30, 1779: Center left document. Capt. John Williams requested 6 day rations for 2 spies in his company.

3102a-3-169-170-Center right document. John Montgomery requested 2 day rations for an expedition.

3103-3-169-170-September 30, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster James Finn received from Madam Del Cle? wood for soldier use in the garrison.

3104-3-171-172-September 29, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby requested 2 day ration for 1 artificer.

3105-3-171-172-September 30, 1779: Center document. Leonard Helm requested beef ration for Indian interpreter.

3106-3-171-172-September 30, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. James Shelby requested ration for artificer.

3107-3-171-172-September 30, 1779: Bottom right document. Commissary issued 2 day rations for 7 men of Capt. Linetot.

3108-3-173-175-September 30, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark for 2 day rations for 15 men in Capt. James Robinson company.

3109-3-173-175-September 29, 1779: Center left document. Commissary issued provisions to men of Capt. Linetot company.

3110-3-173-175-September 30, 1779: Center right document. Commissary issued rations for 6 men of Capt. Linetot company.

3111-3-173-175-September 30, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 44 men of his company.

3112-3-176-September 30, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams requested 2 day rations for 5 men, 2 women and 2 children.

3113-3-176-September 30, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day rations for 1 man in company of Capt. James Shelby.

3114-3-177-September 29, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order to issue rations for the doctor and his family, and sick in the hospital at Kaskaskia. Names: Benjamin Lewis.

3115-3-177-September 3, 1779: Center document. Indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry was given 6 day rations. Names: Leonard Helm, Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

3116-3-177-September 28, 1779: Bottom document. Zephaniah Blackford of Fort Patrick Henry

3116-3-177-September 28, 1779-Continued: Commissary issued 100 pounds of flour for the 2 day voyage of William Shannon to the Falls of Ohio.

3117-3-178-179-September 28, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams requested 2 day rations for 7 persons in families.

3118-3-178-179-September 28, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the doctor, his family and sick in the hospital at Kaskaskia. Names: David Conane?, John Green, James Wheeling, Benjamin Lewis and John? Poff.

3119-3-178-179-September 28, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark to issue 2 day rations for 16 men of Capt. James Robinson's company. Names: James Shaw.

3120-3-180-181-September 30, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 60 rations for company of Capt. George. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

3121-3-180-181-September 30, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 3 day rations to Monsieur Drouart. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

3122-3-180-181-September 29, 1779: Third left document. Capt. James Shelby order for Fort Vincent to issue 2 day ration for 1 indian interpreter.

3123-3-180-181-September 27, 1779: Fourth right document. Capt. James Shelby requested mess ration for himself and Capt. Robinson.

3124-3-180-181-September 28, 1779: Fifth left bottom document. James Finn obtained 4 loads of wood from Monsieur Le Chanis? for use at the garrison.

3125-3-180-181-September 27, 1779: Six document on right side. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Linetot?

3126-3-182-183-September 27, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey requested 15 pounds of beef.

3127-3-182-183-September 30, 1779: Center left document. Commissary issued 3 day rations. Names: Lieut. Girault.

3128-3-182-183-September 19, 1779: Center right document. Ten pounds of tallow were issued. Names: Andrew Clark, Capt. James Shelby.

3129-3-182-183-September 29, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams requested Fort Clark to issue rations for 5 men, 2 women and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison company.

3130-3-182-183-September 27, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. [Capt.] Linetot was issued rations.

3131-3-184-185-September 28, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery requested 3 day rations for 4 men in his company.

3132-3-184-185-September 28, 1779: Second document. Capt. Robert George Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 1 bag and 10 gallons of whiskey for the permanent troops.

3133-3-184-185-September 25, 1779: Third document. John Montgomery requested 2 day rations for himself and 2 bowmen.

3134-3-184-185-September 25, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams requested 2 day rations for 49 men of his company.

3135-3-186-187-September 23, 1779: Top document. Sergeant David Wallis and Jarriot Williams requested 2 day rations for 5 men.

3136-3-186-187-September 23, 1779: Third document. Capt. John Williams order to commissary for 2 day rations for 2 men.

3137-3-186-187-September 23, 1779: Bottom left document. Michael Perault order for 3 day rations for Sergeant Andres.

3138-3-186-187-September 28, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. Order for powder and lead. Names: Capt. James Shelby, (?) Cornoyer?

3139-3-188-189-September 17, 1779: Top left document. Written in French. Reference to powder and lead. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

3140-3-188-189-September 23, 1779: Top right document. Michael Perault requested 2 day rations.

3141-3-188-189-September 20, 1779: Center document. Henry Crutcher certified he had borrowed 300 pounds of flour from Benjamin Belt or Balk for use of Capt. Harrison troops until Col Montgomery returned from O Post.

3142-3-188-189-September 28, 1779: Bottom document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for the sick.

3143-3-190-September 17, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day rations for 5 artificers. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

3144-3-190-September 20, 1779: Second left document. Henry Crutcher obtained purchased flour for use of the Illinois troops at Fort Clark from Gem? Bauviar?

3145-3-190-September 27, 1779: Third right document. Written in French. Surgeon Rey requested rations for the hospital.

3146-3-190-September 16, 1779: Fourth document. Quartermaster James Finn at Fort Clark obtained wood from Monsieur Morran.

3147-3-190-September 27, 1779: Bottom left document. Fort Clark Quartermaster James Finn received wood from Monsieur Morran.

3148-3-190-September 27, 1779: Bottom right document. Fort Clark Quartermaster James Finn received wood from Charles Charleville.

3149-3-191-192-September 25, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order to issue rations for the hospital for Doctor Cannard, his family of 3, Benjamin Lewis, Daniel Wheeling, James Green, D. Hite, and William Pothin?

3150-3-191-192 September 16, 1779: Second document. Henry Crutcher issued 2 day rations for 16 men of the Colonel's mess.

3151-3-191-192-September 23, 1779: Bottom left document. Commissary issued 3 day rations for the indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry. Names: Leonard Helms.

3152-3-191-192-September 25, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. Ration of beef. Names: Henry Crutcher, (?) Cournoyes?

3153-3-193-September 19, 1779: Top document. Commissary issued 8 pounds of grease. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

3154-3-193-September 18, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 10 pounds of grease to:

3155-3-193-September 18, 1779: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

3156-3-193-September 23, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order for 3 day rations for an indian interpreter.

3157-3-193-September 25, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order to give 3 day rations to indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3158-3-194-195-September 25, 1779: Top document. Leonard Helm order to commissary to issue 5 day rations for indian interpreter James Shatlock?

3159-3-194-195-September 25, 1779: Second document. Capt. John Williams order to issue rations for Kaskaskia hospital for Doctor Cannard, his family of 3, Benjamin Lewis, Daniel Wheeling, James Green, D. Hite, and William Pothin?

3160-3-194-195-September 24, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 49 men of his company.

3161-3-194-195-September 23, 1779: Bottom right document. (?) Linetot order for 2 day rations for 7 men.

3162-3-196-197-September 23, 1779: Top document. Some portions written in French. Reference to a contract with Monsieur Barbeau for flour and slaughtered hides at

3162-3-196-197-September 23, 1779: Fort Clark. Names: Henry Crutcher, Monsieur Charleville, Jr.

3163-3-196-197-September 17, 1779: Bottom document. List of rations issued by rank and file at Fort Patrick Henry for the troops of Captains: Isaac Taylor, James Shelby, Robert Todd, Jesse Evans, Abraham Kellar and 15 sick in the hospital. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, James Reid.

3164-3-198-199-September 26, 1779: Top left document. Commissary issued 2 day rations for 2 men who came with Capt. Linetot, who were on their way to Illinois.

3165-3-198-199-September 29, 1779: Top right document. Leonard Helm order for rations for indian interpreter.

3166-3-198-199-September 19, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for 1 wash woman.

3167-3-198-199-September 19, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams order for Fort Clark to issue 4 day rations for 3 express men of his company.

3168-3-198-199-September 23, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. James Shelby order for 4 day rations for 1 artificer.

3169-3-200-September 23, 1779: Top left document. Rations for Michael Perault and (?) Girault.

3170-3-200-September 25, 1779: Top right document. Leonard Helm order to issue 2 day rations for interpreter Samuel Sills, who was going to the Falls of Ohio.

3171-3-200-September 19, 1779: Center left document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 2 day ration for his mess.

3172-3-200-September 19, 1779: Center right document. John Montgomery requested 2 day rations for himself and 2 men at Fort Clark.

3173-3-200-September 19, 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete. John [Montgomery] order for 2 day rations for his company.

3174-3-201-202-September 19, 1779: Top document. Leonard Helm order for 2 day ration for indian interpreter.

3175-3-201-202-September 19, 1779: Second document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 2 day rations for 5 men and 1 woman of Capt. Harrison company. Names: Sergeant Frank S. Guion.

3176-3-201-202-September 19, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order for mess for 8 men.

3177-3-201-202-September 19, 1779: Bottom left document. Leonard Helm order to issue 2 day rations for interpreter (?) Sunlock?

3178-3-201-202-September 20, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. James Shelby requested 2 day ration for indian interpreter.

3179-3-203-204-September 19, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 2 men, 2 women and 3 children in his company at Fort Clark. Verso has reference to " the most political compliments to his and brother's family."

3180-3-203-204-September 29, 1779: Second document. Leonard Helm order for 4 day rations for the indian interpreter, James Sherlock.

3181-3-203-204-September 23, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order to commissary for 2 day mess for 8 men of his company.

3182-3-203-204-September 23, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order to commissary for 4 day rations for 1 artificer.

3183-3-205-September 27, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark commissary for 2 day ration for William Belt.

3184-3-205-September 27, 1779: Second left document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 49 men of his company.

3185-3-205-September 25, 1779: Second right document. Written in French. Rations for (?) Linetot.

3186-3-205-September 25, 1779: Third document. Rations for 1 man and 1 officer. Names: Sergeant David Wallis, Capt. John Williams.

3187-3-205-September 25, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for an indian interpreter.

3188-3-206-207-September 25, 1779: Top document. John Daugherty used his mark to sign his name that he had paid $22 to Frederick S. Guion at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia for witness to his mark. Verso has reference to rations for 5 men and 2 wash women at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, Capt. John Williams.

3189-3-206-207-September 24, 1779: Second left document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry for 25 pounds of beef for mess for 8.

3190-3-206-207-September 25, 1779: Third right document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 2 families consisting of 7 persons.

3191-3-206-207-September 10, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. James Shelby order for rations for 8 men for his mess.

3192-3-206-207-September 25, 1779: Bottom document. Rations for 2 spies. Names Capt. John Williams.

3193-3-208-209-September 25, 1779: Top left document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day rations for indian interpreter James Sharlock. Names: Samuel Sills.

3194-3-208-209-September 25, 1779: Top right document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 12 and 1/2 pounds of beef to Lieut. Levines.

3195-3-208-209-September 26, 1779: Second left document. Leonard Helm order for 3 day rations for indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3196-3-208-209-September 19, 1779: Third right document. Leonard Helm order for rations for indian interpreter James Sharlock.

3197-3-208-209-September 23, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 3 express [ messenger]. Verso appears to have an incomplete document, which might have been a poem.

3198-3-208-209 September 17, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher received 816 pounds of flour from (?) Janau for use of the Illinois troops at Fort Clark.

3199-3-210-September 17, 1779: Top document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for corn for English

3199-3-208-209-September 17, 1779-Continued: families.

3200-3-210-September 17, 1779: Second document. Capt. James Shelby requested Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 10 pounds of tallow.

3201-3-210-September 17, 1779: Third document. Quartermaster James Finn received two loads of wood from Batties Charleville.

3202-3-210-September 17, 1779: Center document. Rations for 45 men. Names: James Reid.

3203-3-210-September 25, 1779: Document right side. Rations for 1 wash woman.

3204-3-211-212-September 15, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 48 men of his company.

3205-3-211-212-September 16, 1779: Second document. Capt. James Shelby order for 6 day ration for 1 artificer.

3206-3-211-212-September 1779: Third document. Very faded. Difficult to read. Payment to Monsieur Beau Jolett. Names: David Rogers

3207-3-211-212-September 27, 1779: Fourth document. John Montgomery received 3 pecks of salt from William Henry Brokis for use of the troops on their march to Kaskaskia and was to be repaid when troops arrived.

3208-3-213-214-September 29, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher purchased 1340 pounds of flour and taffia from (?) Charleville, Sr. for use of the Illinois troops at Fort Clark.

3209-3-213-214-August 25, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for the Illinois Regiment sent a bill of exchange from Kaskaskia to the Treasurer of virginia for $52 for payment of sundry articles supplied by Michael Perault for the state of Virginia.

3210-3-215-216-September 30, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher certified he had bought 500 pound of flour from Monsieur Beauvis for use of the Illinois troops.

3211-3-217-218-September 25, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher received 342 pounds of beef from Capt. Richard Winston for use of the Illinois troops at Fort Clark.

3212-3-217-218-September 17, 1779: Center document. Henry Crutcher received 300 pounds of flour from Monsieur Beavinar for use of the Illinois troops at Fort Clark.

3213-3-217-218-September 20, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher purchased 300 pounds of beef from Madam Bentley for Fort Clark.

3214-3-219-220-September 23, 1779: Top document. Rations for 5 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Sergeant Frank S. Guion.

3215-3-219-220-September 29, 1779: Center left document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day ration for interpreter Samuel Sills. Names: Leonard Helm.

3216-3-219-220-September 27, 1779: Center right document. Capt. John Williams request for 4 day ration for 1 interpreter.

3217-3-219-220 -September 23, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Twelve rations were issued. Names: (?) Linetot

3218-3-221-222-September 22, 1779: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for rations for 5 men, 1 wash woman and 2 children in his company.

3219-3-221-222-September 27, 1779: Second document. Fort Clark issued 2 day mess for 11 of Capt. Williams men. Names: Henry Crutcher.

3220-3-221-222-September 27, 1779: Third document. Capt. John Williams order to issue 2 day rations for 1 wash woman.

3221-3-221-222-September 28, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to issue 2 day rations for Surgeon Rey and 15 sick men in hospital.

3222-3-221-222-September 25, 1779: Document on right side. Rations issued to party of Captain Linetot going to the Falls of Ohio.

3223-3-223-September 25, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue 2 day rations for 2 artificers and 1 wash woman.

3224-3-223-September 25, 1779: Second document. John Montgomery order for 3 day ration for 4 men.

3225-3-223-September 30, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 6 day rations for 2 men and 1 woman of Capt. Robert George Company of Artillery.

3226-3-223-September 19, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order to give rations to secretary Samuel Sills.

3227-3-224-September 18, 1779: Top document. Zephaniah Blackford order for 94 and 1/2 pounds of flour for the sick.

3228-3-224-September 18, 1779: Center left document. Capt. Edward Worthington paid $20 to George Poff for 74 pounds of beef for use of the troops at the Falls of Ohio.

3229-3-224-September 27, 1779: Center right document. Fort Patrick Henry issued mess ration for Document 3229-3-224-September 27, 1779-Continued: 8 men of Capt. Thomas Quirk Co.

3230-3-224-September 26, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order to commissary for 2 day mess for 8 men of his company.

3231-3-225-September 24, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams request for 2 day rations for 2 spies in his company.

3232-3-225-September 20, 1779: Second document. Capt. James Shelby order for commissary to issue 25 pounds of tallow.

3233-3-225-September 17, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue 2 day rations for 1 matross in Capt. Robert George Artillery Company.

3234-3-225-September 17, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 2 day rations for 2 artificers and 1 wash woman.

3235-3-225-September 17, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby requested Fort Patrick Henry to issue 2 day rations for 7 men going to the Falls of Ohio.

3236-3-226-September 23, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey received 6 pounds of beef.

3237-3-226-September 18, 1779: Second left document. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for Richard Jipson?

3238-3-226-September 21, 1779: Third right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 50 pounds of grease for use of Capt. Robert George Company.

3239-3-226-September 19, 1779: Fourth document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 4 day rations for 2 men of Capt. Robert George Company.

3240-3-226-September 18, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations for the Kaskaskia hospital. Names: Doctor Cannard, James Green, Daniel Wheeling, Benjamin Lewis, David Hicks, William Noflin?

3241-3-227-September 18, 1779: Top document. John Gerault order to commissary for 3 day rations.

3242-3-227-September 17, 1779: Second document. John Williams order to commissary for 2 day rations for 2 men, 2 women and 3 children.

3243-3-227-September 18, 1779: Bottom left document. Fort Clark Commissary issued 15 pounds of beef to Monsieur Brocus who had furnished such for the garrison in July. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3244-3-227-September 18, 1779: Bottom riiiriiiight document. He right document Henry Crutcher received 1309 pounds of

3244-3-227-September 18, 1779-Continued: flour from Charles Charleville, Jr. for use of troops.

3245-3-228-September 16, 1779: Capt. John Williams order for rations for sick, Doctor Cannard, and his family at the Kaskaskia hospital. Names: David Hicks, James Green, Daniel Wheeling, Benjamin Lewis, William Pofton?

3246-3-229-September 17, 1779: Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 2 day ration for his company at Fort Clark. There were 3 wash women and 31 privates and others.

BOX 620-FOLDER 39

VOUCHERS-SEPTEMBER 1779

Frames #230-321

201 documents filmed on 91 frames.

3247-3-231-232-September 2, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher received flour from Charles Charleville Sr. for use of the Illinois troops at Fort Clark.

3248-3-231-232-September 2, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day ration of meat for 2 men of Capt. Thomas Quirk Company.

3249-3-231-232-September 3, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day rations for 2 pack horse men.

3250-3-233-234-September 3, 1779: Top document. Frederick S. Guion requested Fort Clark for 2 day rations for 5 men, 2 wash women and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison company.

3251-3-233-234-September 7, 1779: Center left document. Henry Crutcher obtained load of hay from Monsieur Charleville, Sr. in addition to that called for in his contract for use of Fort Clark.

3252-3-233-234-September 3, 1779: Center right document. Henry Crutcher order for 2 day rations for 11 men and 2 women in Lieut. Col. John Montgomery co.

3253-3-233-234-September 2, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher purchased 500 pounds of flour and 2 bushels of peas from Monsieur Bienvenue for use of the Illinois troops at Fort Clark.

3254-3-235-September 14, 1779: Top document. William Shannon order to Fort Vincent Commissary to issue 3 day ration for 3 officers and 1 private and 1 bushel of corn for the country's horses.

3255-3-235-September 3, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Vincent quartermaster to give powder and lead to the indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3256-3-235-September 10, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher received 275 pounds of beef from Capt. Plapsy for use of Fort Clark garrison.

3257-3-236 -September 9, 1779: Top left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for commissary to give 2 bushels of corn to Joseph Andrews.

3258-3-236-September 7, 1779: Top right document. Written in French. Rations issued to (?) Cornoye. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

3259-3-236-September 11, 1779: Center left document. Fort Clark commissary issued 3 day rations for 13 men in the hospital. Names: Surgeon Rey.

3260-3-236-September 9, 1779: Center right document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for sick men in the hospital.

3261-3-236-September 1779: Bottom document. Too faded to read.

3262-3-237-September 9, 1779: Top document. Capt. William Harrod order for 1 day ration for 16.

3263-3-237-September 9, 1779: Second document. Patt Kennedy order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 bushel of corn for country horses.

3264-3-237-September 9, 1779: Third document. Quartermaster James Finn received 2 loads of wood from William Luchance for use of Fort Clark garrison.

3265-3-237-September 1779: Fourth document. Quartermaster James Finn loads of wood from Rago Boyton? for use of Fort Clark garrison.

3266-3-237 September 9, 1779: Fifth document on right side. Five day ration issued for 1 man. Names: Isaac Bowman, John Bowman.

3267-3-238-239-September 9, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher requested mess for the Colonel's mess.

3268-3-238-239-September 9, 1779: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day rations for 2 artificers and 1 wash woman.

3269-3-238-239-September 9, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark for 2 day ration for 3 men in Capt. John Williams company.

3270-3-238-239-September 15, 1779: Bottom right document. Quartermaster James Finn received 4 loads of wood from Monsieur Jonica for use of Fort Clark garrison.

3271-3-240-241-September 15, 1779: Top document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 bushel of corn for the country's horses.

3272-3-240-241-September 17, 1779: Second document. Leonard Helm order for commissary to issue 3 day rations to indian interpreter Samuel Sharlock.

3273-3-240-241-September 8, 1779: Third document. Henry Crutcher certified Madam Roseblaue supplied milk to the Kaskaskia hospital and was to be paid by Virginia.

3274-3-240-241-September 15, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for rations for Richard Jepson?

3275-3-242-September 15, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster James Finn received 3 loads of wood from Charles Charleville. Written in French.

3276-3-242-September 12, 1779: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Falls of Ohio commissary to give 1 bushel of salt to Capt. Elliot.

3277-3-242-September 9, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to commissary to issue 30 pounds of beef for 6 men for 2 days.

3278-3-242-September 3, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 25 pounds of beef ration.

3279-3-243-September 3, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey received 1 pound of powder, 2 pounds of lead and 6 flints from John Reid.

3280-3-243-September 4, 1779: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for powder, lead, and flints for Lieut. Charles Morgan of Capt. Richard McCarty company.

3281-3-243-September 6, 1779: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued powder and lead. Names James Patton.

3282-3-243-September 2, 1779: Fourth document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to issue rations for the hospital at Kaskaskia. Names: Doctor Cannard, Daniel Wheeling, Benjamin Lewis, John Green, William Poffin?, David Hicks.

3283-3-244-September 3, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey requested Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton to provide powder, ball, flints and a cartridge box but indicated made up cartridges would be better.

3284-3-244-September 8, 1779: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for powder, lead and flints be given to Lieut. Charles Morgan of Capt. Richard McCarty Co.

3285-3-244-September 4, 1779: Third document. Very faded. James Patton order to Falls of Ohio to issue powder to Richard Harrison.

3286-3-244-No date: Bottom document. No words.

3287-3-245-September 12, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 day rations to men of Capt. Williams co.

3288-3-245-September 13, 1779: Second document. Thomas Willson order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day rations for 2 artificers, and 1 matross of Capt. Edward Worthington company.

3289-3-245-September 13, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 30 pounds of beef for 2 day mess ration for 6.

3290-3-246-247-September 13. 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 2 day rations for the Colonel's mess for 16 men, 2 women, 2 boys, and 2 negroes.

3291-3-246-247-September 7, 1779: Center document. Henry Crutcher order for Fort Clark commissary to issue 2 day mess for Colonel Montgomery.

3292-3-246-247-September 3, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Vincent commissary issued 10 pounds of beef to wife of the Grand Coit. Names: Leonard Helm, Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton, Samuel Sills.

3293-3-248-249-September 14, 1779: Top document. Jed Han received 1 cart of wood from Monsieur Boscein for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

3294-3-248-249-September 7, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day rations for 43 men of his company.

3295-3-248-249-September 5, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 2 day ration for 1 of Capt. Edward Worthington' s company.

3296-3-248-249-September 8, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 2 day rations for 7 artificers.

3297-3-248-249-September 5, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 2 day rations for 7 artificers.

3298-3-250-251-September 5, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 2 day rations for 2 artificers, and 1 wash woman.

3299-3-250-251-September 4, 1779: Second left document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 day rations for 3 officers. Names: Col. Legras, Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Ensign John Chanced, Lieut. Thomas Wilson, Capt. James Shelby, Lieut. James Colveart, Ensign Jarrat Williams, Capt. Jesse Evans, Lieut. Anthony Crocket, and John Reid.

3300-3-250-251-September 5, 1779: Third document on right. Surgeon Rey requested rations.

3301-3-250-251-September 4, 1779: Fourth document on left. Fort Clark issued rations for 3 men, 2 women and 2 children of Capt. Richard Harrison company. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

3302-3-250-252-September 7, 1779: Fifth document on right. Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 3 day rations.

3303-3-250-251-September 5, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 2 day rations for 7 artificers.

3304-3-252-September 4, 1779: Top document. James Finn, quartermaster, received 2 load of wood from Monsieur Luchanee for use of Fort Clark garrison.

3305-3-252-September 4, 1779: Center left document. Quartermaster James Finn received 1 load of wood from ? Brazee for use of Fort Clark garrison.

3306-3-252-September 8, 1779: Center right document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Vincent commissary to issue beef to secretary Samuel Sills.

3307-3-252-September 8, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 4 day rations for 2 men and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Company.

3308-3-253-254-September 4, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster James Finn received 1 load of wood from Monsieur Bienvenne for use of Fort Clark garrison.

3309-3-253-254-September 5, 1779: Center left document. Ration issued for 1 man of Lieut. Richard Brashear company.

3310-3-253-254-September 5, 1779: Center right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 3 day ration for 1 wash woman.

3311-3-253-254-September 4, 1779: Bottom document. Powder issued to Capt. William Williams. Names: James Patten.

3312-3-255-September 4, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for ration for 1 artificer in Capt. Williams co.

3313-3-255-September 5, 1779: Center left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark commissary for 2 day ration for 30 men in his company.

3314-3-255-September 5, 1779: Center right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 30 pounds of beef for 3 day ration for officers.

3315-3-255-September 5, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 3 day provision for 2 spies.

3316-3-256-259-August 3, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. William Shannon order for 3 day ration for August 3-6, 1779 for 2 officers and 1 private.

3317-3-256-259-September 5, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark commissary for 2 day rations for 38 men of Capt. Williams co.

3318-3-256-259-September 5, 1779: Third document. Duplicate. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 2 day rations for families at Fort Clark.

3319-3-256-259-September 14, 1779: Fourth document. Duplicate. [James] Shaw received 1 cart of wood from Betal Bovel for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

3320-3-256-259-September 19, 1779: Fifth document on right. Duplicate. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark commissary for 5 day ration for 3 men of his company.

3321-3-260-261-September 15, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Quartermaster James Finn certified Monsieur Jerrireas? Cart transported 2 bearers from the Little Village.

3322-3-260-261-September 15, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. Capt. James Shelby request for 18 pounds of beef for officer mess.

3323-3-260-261-September 13, 1779: Third document. Duplicate. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for 34 men of his company.

3324-3-260-261-September 14, 1779: Fourth document. Duplicate. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 50 pounds of beef.

3325-3-260-261-September 14, 1779: Fifth document on right. Duplicate. Quartermaster James Finn 1 load of wood from R. Winston? for use at Fort Clark.

3326-3-262-263-September 13, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Superintendent Leonard Helm order to

3326-3-262-263-September 13, 1779-Continued: commissary for 4 day ration for indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3327-3-262-263-September 13, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day rations for 4 artificers.

3328-3-262-263-September 14, 1779: Bottom left document. Duplicate. William Shannon received 129 pounds of beef rations from Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Patrick Henry for himself and waiter from September 14 to October 12, 1779.

3329-3-262-263-September 10, 1779: Bottom right document. Duplicate. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 2 day ration for 7 artificers and 1 matross.

3330-3-264-265-September 15, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 15 men, 9 women, and 19 children.

3331-3-264-265-September 13, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Capt. Edward Worthington received 2 bushels of salt from Jacob Pyeatt of Falls of Ohio country store.

3332-3-264-265-September 17, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 5 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co. Verso is an incomplete document, which may or may not be related. References to military command and lieutenant governor in America, ceded islands, bills on the Treasury, copy of minutes sent, his majesty, and the obeying and observing of orders.

3333-3-266-267-September 10, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher order to Fort Clark commissary for 2 day rations for 16 men.

3334-3-266-267-September 10, 1779: Second document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 bushel of corn for the country's horses.

3335-3-266-267-September 12, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark commissary for 4 day ration for 1 artificer in Capt. John Williams co.

3336-3-266-267-September 12, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations. Document incomplete.

3337-3-268-269-September 7, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to commissary for 2 day ration of beef for 3 officers and 1 waiter?

3338-3-268-269-September 13, 1779: Second document. Commissary issued rations to Mr. Shaw, Jock, and the Grand Quite's wife. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. James Shelby.

3339-3-268-269-September 8, 1779: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 2 day ration for Capt. Edward Worthington's company.

3340-3-268-269-September 7, 1779: Fourth document. Very faded. Ration of flour issued.

3341-3-268-269-September 7, 1779: Fifth document on right. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 2 artificers and 1 wash woman.

3342-3-269-September 14, 1779: Sixth document. Does not appear-3-268. Surgeon Rey requested 1 day ration for 15 sick men.

3343-3-270-September 16, 1779: Top document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Vincent quartermaster for powder and lead for indians.

3344-3-270-September 9, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for 32 men in his company.

3345-3-270-September September 25, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 2 day rations for 2 men and 1 woman.

3346-3-271-272-September 15, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order to quartermaster to replace 8 pounds of ball, which Major Burson had furnished at Auia? for use of the state [Virginia].

3347-3-271-272-September 15, 1779: Center document. Secretary Samuel Sells by order of the superintendent to the commissary to issue 3 day provisions to 2 indians, the Grand Coit, and another Pinakishaw indian, who had been employed on the expedition to Auia? with Capt. [James] Shelby.

3348-3-271-272-September 3, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day ration for 5 men of his company.

3349-3-273-274-September 11, 1779: Top document. No. 158. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark sent Bill of Exchange from Fort Patrick Henry for $431.50 to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of sundry articles supplied by Monsieur Phillip Legras.

3350-3-273-274-September 13, 1779: Bottom document. Rank and File listing of rations issued for Capt. Thomas Quirk company for 2 days at Fort Patrick Henry. Thirty three rations issued for 3 bowmen, 3 wash women, 24 rank and file, 2 sergeants, and 1 sergeant major. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

3351-3-275-276-September 24, 1779: Top document. No. 165. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark sent Bill of Exchange from Fort Patrick Henry for $975.00 to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of provisions and other services supplied by Phillip Legras for the commonwealth of Virginia troops.

3352-3-275-276-September 16, 1779: Bottom document. No. 159. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark sent Bill of Exchange from Fort Patrick Henry for $5,552. to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of provisions and services rendered the commonwealth of Virginia.

3353-3-277-278-September September 18, 1779: Top document. No. 160. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark sent Bill of Exchange from Fort Patrick Henry for $4,000 to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of provisions and sundries furnished by Francois Bosseron for the commonwealth of Virginia Troops.

3354-3-277-278-September 25, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby order to quartermaster to give 3 pounds of powder and 60 bullets.

3355-3-277-278-September 23, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order to quartermaster to give 1/2 pound of powder and 10 ball to Lieut. Levine for his march to Kaskaskia from Fort Patrick Henry.

3356-3-279-September 15, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster James Finn received 1 load of wood for use of Fort Clark garrison from Vital Bovy.

3357-3-279-September 15, 1779: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry for 12 pounds of beef for his mess.

3358-3-279-September 18, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order to quartermaster for 4 pounds of powder, 8 ball for the Ottawa Indian Chief, who was going on express to Detroit with Capt. Lanlot [Linctot].

3359-3-279-September 24, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order to issue a week ration of tallow for making candles for Lieut. Thomas Willson.

3360-3-280-282-September 20, 1779: Top document. Three copies. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue 2 pounds of powder for the mason to use stones for the garrison.

3361-3-280-282-September 15, 1779: Second document. Three copies. Commissary James Trabue obtained 380 pounds of pork from Flanders Gallaway for use of the troops at Boonesboro.

3362-3-280-282-September 15, 1779: Third document. Three copies. Commissary James Trabue obtained 187 pounds of pork from Richard Gallaway for use of the troops at Boonesboro.

3363-3-280-282-September 18, 1779: Fourth document. No. 173. Three copies. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to give 30 pounds of powder to Monsieur Amounseup? and Monsieur J. Godfroy for same quantity furnished Monsieur Linetot at Auia?

3364-3-281-282-September 24, 1779: Fifth document. Two copies. Not listed-3-280. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue powder and ball to Capt. Linetot party going to Falls of Ohio.

3365-3-280-282-September 10, 1779: Sixth document. Three copies. Listed on far right. William Shannon order for 10 pounds of beef ration.

3366-3-283-284-September 23, 1779: Top document. No. 161. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for journey to Kaskaskia.

3367-3-283-284-September 25, 1779: Center left document. No. 170. Written in French and English Capt. Linetot order to Fort Vincent quartermaster for 5 pounds of powder and 10 pounds of ball.

3368-3-283-284-September 23, 1779: Center right document. No. 159. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to give 1 cartridge box full of cartridges and 2 sand bags to interpreter Samuel Sills, who was going with Capt. Linetot to the Falls of Ohio.

3369-3-283-284-September 23, 1779: Bottom document. No. 150. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Vincent to give 2 sand bags to Ensign Slaughter for his own use.

3370-3-285-286-September 17, 1779: Top document. No. 151. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton received ammunition for July 15,-Aug. 27, 1779 from John Reid, Illinois Department Quartermaster at Fort Vincent 232 pounds of powder for morning and evening guns, Field Staff exercising, other artillery firings and gun powder to make cartridges for the canon.

3371-3-285-286-September 19, 1779: Center document. No. 166. Capt. James Shelby order to give 8 pounds of lead, which had been promised by the Indian agent for the Grand Coyt.

3372-3-285-286-July 29, 1779: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued by Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for Capt. James Shelby co. Names: John Montgomery.

3373-3-287-288-September 16, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order to quartermaster to issue 3 land bags to Ensign Williams.

3374-3-287-288-September 16, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby order to give 3 land bags to David Glen.

3375-3-287-288-September 7, 1779: Bottom document. John McCormick and Joseph Martin appraised a red ringed steer marked with a half crop in the left ear and slit in the right ear was valued at 34 pounds. Commissary James Trabue indicated the bullock was used by the troops at Fort Asaphe?

3376-3-289-290-September 3, 1779: Top document. J. M. P. Legrass request to Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton at Fort Patrick Henry for powder and lead for the village inhabitants at Fort Vincent, where there were 4 militia companies John Reid authorized to given needed ammunition to Col. Legrass.

3377-3-289-290-September 4, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue lead and powder to the French, grape shot, grape shot made up, cartridges for the troops of the garrison and powder and lead for those going on command. Verso listed flints and various sized ball also being issued.

3378-3-291-September 13, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for ammunition ration for 3 men of his company at Fort Patrick Henry.

3379-3-291-September 3, 1779: Bottom document. Surgeon Rey order to quartermaster to issue powder and ball to Samuel Watkins.

3380-3-292-September 4, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to issue powder and lead to Capt. Robert George men.

3381-3-292-September 7, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster gave bags to

3381-3-292-September 7, 1779-Continued: Capt. Robert George company. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

3382-3-292-September 26, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order for powder and lead to be given to Ensign Williams.

3383-3-293-294-September 1, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue 100 pounds of powder, 2 flints, 2 guns, 3 cartridges, 4 pounder and 8 loads of grape without powder for use in the cannon. Verso has reference to Department of Illinois and to Fort Vincent.

3384-3-293-294-September 3, 1779: Bottom document. No. 143. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 1 musket to Charles Morgan, who was a soldier in Capt. [Richard] McCarty co. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton of Artillery.

3385-3-295-296-September 5, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster gave powder and ball to indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry. Names: Leonard Helm, Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton of Artillery.

3386-3-295-296-September 11, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 4 artificers.

3387-3-295-296-September ? 1779: Bottom document. Too faded to read.

3388-3-295-296-September 12, 1779: Document on bottom right. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue 2 day rations for 2 artificers and 2 wash women.

3389-3-297-298-September 10, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 2 day rations for 3 express [men]. Names: Mr. Shaw, commissary.

3390-3-297-298-September 16, 1779: Center left document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark to issue 2 day rations for 5 men, 4 women and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Sergeant Frederick S. Guion.

3391-3-297-298-September 11, 1779: Center right document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for Fort Clark commissary to issue 2 day rations for 2 pack horse men.

3392-3-297-298-September 13, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark for 2 day mess ration for 6 men of Capt. Williams' company.

3393-3-299-301-September 13, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams request for 2 day rations for 47 men of his company.

3394-3-299-301-September 13, 1779: Second document on left. Leonard Helm order to commissary to give 3 day ration for secretary Samuel Sills.

3395-3-299-301-September 13, 1779: Third document on right. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day rations for 30 men from the Weeau? Names: ? Riley?

3396-3-299-301-September 13, 1779: Fourth document. Quartermaster James Finn received wood for use of Fort Clark garrison from Monsieur Bauehienn.

3397-3-299-301-September 15, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 3 day rations for indian interpreter Monsieur Sherlock. Names: Secretary Samuel Sills, Leonard Helm.

3398-3-302-303-September 12, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk requested 2 day ration for 2 artificers and 1 matross.

3399-3-302-303-September 12, 1779: Center left document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 2 day ration for 2 men and 1 woman of Capt. Robert George co.

3400-3-302-303-September 13, 1779: Center right document. John Montgomery order for 3 day ration for 1 bowmen.

3401-3-302-303-September 12, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 2 day ration for 32 men of his company.

3401-3-304-306-September 13, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark

3401-3-304-306-September 13, 1779-Continued: commissary to give 3 day ration for 2 spies.

3402-3-304-306-September 7, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day rations for Doctor Gennes, his family, and sick in the Kaskaskia Hospital. Names: Daniel Wheeling, Benjamin Lewis, John Harrington, John Green, D. Hicks, William Poffin.

3403-3-304-306-September 9, 1779: Bottom right document. Rations issued for 2 day for Capt. Thomas Quirk troops consisting of 1 lieut. 2 sergeants, 25 rank and file, 3 bowmen, and 2 women.

3404-3-307-308-September ?, 1779: Top document. Very faded. Reference to Fort Clark. Cannot read.

3405-3-307-308-September 16, 1779: Second document on left. ? Perault request for 3 day rations.

3406-3-307-308-September 7, 1779: Third document on right. Surgeon Rey request for 4 day ration for fifteen in hospital.

3407-3-307-308-September 14, 1779: Fourth document on left. Quartermaster James Finn used Batest Charleville cart for transporting goods from the water side.

3408-3-307-308-September 17, 1779: Fifth document on right. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for rations.

3408-3-307-308-September 17, 1779-Continued: Capt. John Williams company.

3409-3-307-308-September 9, 1779: Bottom document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day ration for 2 officers and 2 privates.

3410-3-309-September 17, 1779: Top document. Secretary Samuel Sills on orders from Capt. [Leonard] Helm, superintendent, requested Fort Vincent to issue a beef ration to the indian chief Grand Coit, who was going on an expedition.

3411-3-309-September, 1779: Center left document. Patt Kennedy order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give half a bushel of corn for his horse.

3412-3-309-September 10, 1779: Center right document. Lieut. Thomas Valentine Dalton order for 2 day ration for 2 men in Capt. Robert George company.

3412-3-309-September 8, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for Fort Clark commissary for 4 day ration for 1 artificer in Capt. John Williams co.

3413-3-310-September 7, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue half bushel corn for his horse.

3414-3-310-September 9, 1779: Second document on left side. Surgeon Rey requested rations for

3414-3-310-September 9, 1779-Continued: himself and 15 sick men in the hospital.

3415-3-310-September 13, 1779: Third document on right side. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 2 day ration for 2 men and 1 woman in Capt. [Robert] George co.

3416-3-310-September 7, 1779: Fourth document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day ration for 2 officers and 1 private.

3417-3-310-September 4, 1779: Bottom document. Surgeon Rey requested 3 day ration for 15 men in the hospital. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

3418-3-311-September 8, 1779: Top document. Secretary Samuel Sills by order of Superintendent Capt. [Leonard] Helm requested Fort Vincent to issue 6 day ration for the indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3419-3-311-September 7, 1779: Second document on left. Henry Crutcher received a bushel of peas for use of the Illinois troops at Fort Clark from ? Charleville, Sr.

3420-3-311-September 13, 1779: Third document on right. William Shannon order to commissary for beef for 2 officers and 1 private.

3421-3-311-September 10, 1779: Bottom document. Superintendent Leonard Helm order to commissary

3421-3-311-September 10, 1779-Continued: to issue 3 day ration to secretary Samuel Sills.

3422-3-312-September 16, 1779: Top document. Superintendent Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 day ration for secretary Samuel Sills.

3423-3-312-September 3, 1779: Second document. Henry Crutcher order to Fort Clark commissary for 1 day provision of meat.

3424-3-312-September 3, 1779: Third document. Quartermaster James Finn received 2 load of wood for use of Fort Clark garrison from Monsieur Farringo.

3425-3-312-July 5, 1779: Bottom document. Note to Mr. Marney to give ? to doctor.

3426-3-313-September 1, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher certified Fort Clark had received 50 loads of hay, which had been contracted by Monsieur Charleville, Sr.

3427-3-313-September 2, 1779: Center document on left. Henry Crutcher requested from Fort Clark commissary flour and salt rations for Mr. Sanders to use for salting meat.

3428-3-313-September 2, 1779: Center document on right. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 2 day rations for 7 artificers.

3429-3-313-September 4, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Capt. James Shelby, P. Cournoyer?

3430-3-314-September 1, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for 12 men of his company.

3431-3-314-September 1, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for 2 artificers.

3432-3-314-September 5, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for 1 woman and 1 child.

3433-3-314-September 2, 1779: Bottom right document. Henry Crutcher order to Fort Clark commissary for 2 day flour ration for 20.

3434-3-315-316-September 6, 1779: Top document on left. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 15 pounds of tallow.

3435-3-315-316-September 3, 1779: Top document on right. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 2 day ration to Sergeant Brown.

3436-3-315-316-September 2, 1779: Center document. James Patten request for powder ration for 1 man of Capt. May company.

3437-3-315-316-September 5, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 3 day ration for Sergeant Brown.

3438-3-317-318-September 9. 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark to issue 3 day ration for 5 men, 4 women and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison company.

3439-3-317-318-September 10, 1779: Center left document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for double rations for 2 day for 1 artificer.

3440-3-317-318-September 2, 1779: Center right document. Capt. James Shelby order for beef ration for militia, which came from Ouia?

3441-3-317-318-September 5, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Commissary Mr. Shaw to issue 2 day rations for 2 men.

3442-3-317-318-September 15, 1779: Bottom right document. Superintendent Leonard Helm order to commissary to issue 2 day ration for secretary Samuel Sills.

3443-3-319-September 15, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster James Finn received a load of wood from Monsieur Farringo for use of Fort Clark garrison.

3444-3-319-September 1, 1779: Center document. James Shaw received a caart of load from

3444-3-319-September 1, 1779-Continued: Anthony Buat for use of troops at Fort Clark.

3445-3-319-September 3, 1779: Bottom document. Superintendent Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to give powder and ball to secretary Samuel Sills for use at Fort Vincent.

3446-3-320-321-September 15, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster James Finn received 2 loads of wood from ? Farringo for use at Fort Clark garrison.

3447-3-320-321-September 13, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Thomas Willson order for 2 day ration for 2 artificers, and 1 wash woman at Fort Patrick Henry.

3448-3-320-321-September 12, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 5 men, 2 women and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co.

BOX 621-FOLDER 40

LETTERS-OCTOBER, 1779

Frames #322-326

3 documents filmed on 5 frames.

3449-3-323-324-October 19, 1779: Colonel John Montgomery certified the need for Col. Todd to purchase needed supplies from the Spanish for use of the inhabitants, hospital and officers at Illinois garrison at Fort Clark. The lack of supplies made the people to think about the free government and such general prevailing disgust made it necessary to buy the goods at a higher price. Reference to flour, butter and sundry articles.

3450-3-325-326-October 10, 1779: Top document. No. 3. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark sent Bill of Exchange to the Treasurer of Virginia to pay $1,500 to Captain Leonard Helm who had furnished 1 hogshead of taffia to the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry in the Illinois Country.

3451-3-325-326-October 15, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Vincent supplied 2 steers and corn. Names: Capt. James Shelby, Leonard Helm, Francois Bosseron, Monsieur Diro Gorden?

BOX 621-FOLDER 41

ACCOUNTS-OCTOBER 1779

Frames #327-349

17 documents filmed on 23 frames.

3452-3-328-329-October 12, 1779: Inventory of the Artillery at Fort Patrick Henry. Items included were gunpowder, flints, iron ramrods, caulking mallets, iron sledges, muskets, cartridge boxes, hinges, brass kettle, tomahawks, smith tongs, ropes, talon, iron hoops, lead, a jack, hand grenades, grape shot, copper hoops, sand bags, and ball. Names: Post Saint Vincent Quartermaster John Reid, John Willson, Lieut. Thomas Willson.

3453-3-330-331-October 20, 1779: No. 2. Account of Simon Nathan, agent for the commonwealth of Virginia. George Rogers Clark approved payment of bills to Leonard Helm, William Shannon, John Todd, and Treasurer of Virginia.

3454-3-332-334-October 29, 1779: List of items paid by the Commonwealth of Virginia for brown broad cloth, silk twist, muslin, silk handkerchief, white linen, broad cloth, knee garter, coffee, blankets, white thread, scarlet cloth, sugar, taffia, rum, thread hose, hat, coarse linen, English blanket, tobacco, shalloon, and cashmere. Names: Abraham Keller, John McKenny, P. Southall, and Michael Perault.

3455-3-335-October 16, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams requested 3 day mess ration for 3 officers and 1 woman.

3456-3-335-October 15, 1779: Bottom document. List of rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for October 15 and 16, 1779 for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Willson. Rank and file listing for companies of Captains: Taylor, Keller, Shelby, Todd, Evans and Haly. Various categories of persons or ranks receiving rations were 2 wash women, 1 bowmen, 4 artificers, 47 rank and file, and 8 sergeants. Names: John Wilson, 2nd.

3457-3-336-October 23, 1779: List of rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for October 22 and 23, 1779 for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Willson. Rations listed for companies of Captains: Shelby, Haly, Todd, Taylor, Williams, Evans and for 4 amorbearers. There were 45 rank and file, 3 wash women, 4 artificers, staff officers, and non commissioned officers.

3458-3-337-October 21, 1779: List of rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for October 20 and 21, 1779 for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Willson. Rations were issued for companies of Captains: Haly, Shelby, Todd, Taylor, Kellar, Evans and for 4 in the hospital and for 4 armorbearers. There were 47 rank and file, 3 wash women, 2 bowmen, officers, staff officers, and non commissioned officers. Names: John Wilson, 2nd.

3459-3-338-October 27, 1779: List of rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Willson for October 24 through October 27. The companies of Captains: Taylor, Evans, Todd, Shelby, and Kellar were listed by rank and file. Names: John Wilson, 2nd.

3460-3-339-October 7, 1779: Rations issued for troops of Captains: Keller, Taylor, Todd, Evans, Shelby at Fort Patrick Henry. There were 16 in the hospital, 4 women, and 48 in rank and file. Names: Quartermaster John Reid.

3461-3-340-October 5, 1779: Report of 2 day rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for 93 troops in companies of Captains: Taylor, Shelby, Todd, Keller, Evans, Staff and 16 in the hospital. Names: Quartermaster John Reid.

3462-3-341-October 9, 1779: Report of 2 day rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for 92 troops in companies of Captains: Taylor, Evans, Todd, Keller, Shelby, Staff and 16 in the hospital. Names: Quartermaster John Reid.

3463-3-342-343-October 7, 1779: Statement no. 230 for payment of $319 by Colonel Clark to James Harris for items and services of keeping 1 man of Col. Roger's company; for washing, lodging, light and attendance for 12 days at $24.00 per day; for milk, nails and coffin.

3464-3-344-October 13, 1779: Report of 2 day rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for 70 troops in companies of Captains: Staff, Evans, Shelby, Taylor, Todd, Keller. Lieut. Thomas Willson was commander. Among categories were 4 wash women, and 50 rank and file. Names: John Wilson, 2nd.

3465-3-345-346-October 13, 1779: Monthly abstract of provisions issued at Fort Patrick Henry for 13 days of October 1779. Prepared by Zephaniah Blackford and certified by George Rogers Clark at Fort Vincent. There were 1,537 rations, which totaled 1,488 pounds of indian meal, 3,123 pounds of beef, and 223 gills of salt, 10 pounds of tallow, and an additional 2,404 pounds of beef.

3466-3-347-October 1, 1779: Report of rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for 93 troops in companies of Captains: Taylor, Shelby, Evans, Todd, Keller, as well as Staff, 10 artificers and 16 sick in the hospital. Names: Capt. James Shelby and Quartermaster John Reid.

3467-3-348-October 3, 1779: Capt. James Shelby report for 2 day ration for 75 troops at Fort Patrick Henry in the companies of captains: Taylor, Todd, Evans, Shelby and Keller. There were 6 wash women and 5 artificers.

3468-3-349-October 19, 1779: Rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 days for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Willson. Companies of Captains: Shelby, Taylor, Todd, Kellar, Evans. There were 2 staff officers, 2 wash women, and 7 in hospital as well as rank and file. Names: John Wilson 2nd.

BOX 621-FOLDER 42

PAPERS-OCTOBER 1779

Frames #350-360

20 documents filmed on 11 frames.

3469-3-351-352-October 10, 1779: Top document. No. 106. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Post Saint Vincent quartermaster John Reid to issue 1 barrel of nails for Ensign Bailey to take to the Falls of Ohio.

3470-3-351-352-No date: Left document. George Rogers Clark order for quartermaster to issue 24 cartridges to bearer.

3471-3-351-352-No date: Right document. Capt. James Shelby requested 30 small bags for expedition.

3472-3-351-352-October 8, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 2 dozen cartridges, 4 land bags for his journey to the Falls of Ohio.

3473-3-351-352-Bottom document. Unable to read document. Too faded.

3474-3-353-354-October 8, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to give 6 pounds of ball to Capt. Linctot.

3475-3-353-354-October 20, 1779: Center left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark to issue 80 cartridges to Captain MacKearte [Capt. Thomas McKearty] and Lieut. Garrit?

3476-3-353-354-October 10, 1779: Center right document. Capt. James Shelby order to Post Saint Vincent quartermaster to issue 5 land bags, powder and lead for men going to Kaskaskia.

3477-3-353-354-October 25, 1779: Bottom document. Appraisement of a bullock for use of troops at Araphs?. Names: James Trabue. unable to read three other names.

3478-3-355-356-October 12, 1779: Top document. Names: Joseph Doneps?, Samuel Stevenson. Difficult to read faded writing.

3479-3-355-356-October 12, 1779: Center left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Post Saint

3479-3-355-356-October 12, 1779-Continued: Vincent quartermaster for powder, lead, and land bags for a party of troops going to Fall of Ohio.

3480-3-355-356-October 6, 1779: Center right document. Capt. James Shelby order to Fort Patrick Henry to give powder and ball to Monsieur Drouart.

3481-3-355-356-October 8, 1779: Bottom left document. Jos Wagtin? and Benjamin Picket? appraised a bullock, which was used for food for the troops at Asaphe? Names: James Trabue.

3482-3-355-356-October 7, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. James Shelby order for powder and lead be issued to ? for trip to Falls of Ohio.

3483-3-357-358-October 7, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Request for powder to Fort Vincent.

3484-3-357-358-October 27, 1779: Center left document. Bullock purchased for use of troop at Logans Fort. Names: James Trabue.

3485-3-357-358-October 22, 1779: Center right document. Commissary James Trabue received pork and corn from Capt. David Gest.

3486-3-357-358-October 8, 1779: Bottom left document. Written in French. Five pounds of lead were issued at Fort Vincennes for Capt. Linetot.

3487-3-357-358-October 10, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. Twenty pounds of lead and powder were issued by Capt. James Shelby to ? Linetot.

3488-3-359-360-October 26, 1779: Duplicate of same document, which appears to be an incomplete commissary entry book for expenses for dates of July and August of 1779. Entries refer to cost for a pack horse to convey a blank book for the County of Kentucky from Williamsburg, Virginia; the hiring of a pack horse man for 37 days at $10.00 per day; and other necessary expenses to deliver the blank book. Names: John May.

BOX 621-FOLDER 43

VOUCHERS-OCTOBER 1779

Frames 361-451

253 documents filmed on 90 frames.

3489 Frames #362-363-October 2, 1779: Top document. Captain Thomas Quirk certified he had received red stroud from Zephaniah Blackford of the State of Virginia for use of the troops at Post St. Vincent.

3490-3-362-363-October 19, 1779: Center document. Richard Winston certified Lieut. John Todd of the County of Illinois had delivered 7 ells of broad cloth to Madam DeRocheblave.

3491-3-362-363-October 20, 1779: Bottom document. Very faded. Appears to be a Bill of Exchange sent from Kaskaskia by Colonel John Montgomery of the Illinois Regiment for payment to Nicholas LaChance.

3492-3-364-366-October 20, 1779: Top document. Very faded. Appears to be a Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark in the Illinois by Colonel John Montgomery but some what different than Document 3491.

3493-3-364-366-October 13, 1779: Second document on left. Written in French. Reference to supplying rations. Names: (?) Linetot.

3494-3-364-366-October 10, 1779: Third document on right. Written in French. Rations issued at Fort Vincennes. Names: (?) Linetot.

3495-3-364-366-October 13, 1779: Fourth document. Written in French. Rations issued for journey of men. Names: (?) Linetot.

3496-3-364-366-No date: Bottom left document. No. 35. Incomplete. Rations issued for children and a wife. Names: (?) Brown.

3497-3-364-366-October 19, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. John Williams order for 4 day ration for John Slaughter of Capt. Shedy? company.

3498-3-367-October 20, 1779: Top document. Very faded. Bill of Exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of Illinois Regiment at Fort Clark for payment to Nicholas LaChance.

3499-3-367-October 3, 1779: Center document on left. Perault was issued 3 day beef ration.

3500-3-367-October 6, 1779: Center right document. Fort Clark hospital was issued 2 day rations for Dr. Benjamin Lewis, his family and 4 sick.

3501-3-367-October 7, 1779: Bottom left document. Rations for 2 days were issued for 5 men, 1 woman, and 2 children of Capt. Richard Harrison company. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

3502-3-367-October 7, 1779: Bottom right document. Leonard Helm order for 2 day beef ration for 1 indian interpreter.

3503-3-368-October 8, 1779: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the Kaskaskia hospital doctor, his family and sick. Names: Benjamin Lewis and family, Doctor Cannard.

3504-3-368-October 9, 1779: Top right document. John Montgomery order for ration for James Case of Capt. Richard McCarty.

3505-3-368-October 8, 1779: Third document. Quartermaster James Finn received 3 loads of wood from Madam Delle for use of Fort Clark garrison.

3506-3-368-October 7, 1779: Fourth document. John Montgomery requested 3 day mess.

3507-3-368-October 10, 1779: Bottom document. Very small piece of paper with number and date.

3508-3-369-October 6, 1779: Top document. Rations issued for Capt. James Robertson.

3509-3-369-October 6, 1779: Center left document. Capt. John Williams requested 2 day rations for 5 persons in his mess.

3510-3-369-October ?, 1779: Center right document. Incomplete. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

3511-3-369-October 7, 1779: Bottom document. Rations issued for 3 days for man of Lieut. Richard Brashear company.

3512-3-370-October 4, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for 17 men of Capt. Robertson company.

3513-3-370-October 3, 1779: Center left document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for 44 men of his company.

3514-3-370-October 4, 1779: Center right document. John Montgomery order for 2 day mess ration for 17 persons of Capt. John Williams company including 2 wash women and 2 negroes.

3515-3-370-October 4, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster James Finn received 1 load of wood for Fort Clark garrison from Mr. Wiston.

3516-3-371-372-October 4, 1779: Top document. Monsieur Forongo provided 1 load of wood for use of Fort Clark garrison. Names: Quartermaster James Finn.

3517-3-371-372-October 3, 1779: Left center document. Two day ration issued for Kaskaskia Hospital. Names: Doctor Commar, William Posten, David Highs, Daniel Whelan, James Green, James Brown, and Benjamin Lewis.

3518-3-371-372-October 3, 1779: Right center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for a man in Capt. Richard McCarty Co.

3519-3-371-372-October 3, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for a man of Capt. Robert George co.

3520-3-373-October 6, 1779: Top document. John Girault order to commissary for 3 day ration for Mr. Perault and himself.

3521-3-373-October 3, 1779: Center left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order at Fort Clark for 2 day ration for 6 men, 4 women and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison company.

3522-3-373-October 2, 1779: Center right document. Capt. John Williams order for mess for his company including 2 women.

3523-3-373-October 2, 1779: Bottom document. John Williams order for 2 day ration for 2 families including 7 persons.

3524-3-374-375-October 6, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for 5 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co.

3525-3-374-375-October 2, 1779: Center left document. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for hospital. Names: Doctor Cannard, D. Hicks, James Green, Daniel Wheling, William Poffin, James Brown, Benjamin Lewis and Henry Crutcher.

3526-3-374-375-October 2, 1779: Center right document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 44 men in his company.

3527-3-374-375-October 7, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for 5 day ration for 3 artificers at Fort Clark.

3528-3-376-377-October 6, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear ordered 2 day ration for 5 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co. at Fort Clark.

3529-3-376-377-October 2, 1779: Second document. Capt. Edward Worthington obtained 300 pounds of buffalo meat from George Poff for use of Col. Clark's troops at Falls of Ohio.

3530-3-376-377-October 4, 1779: Third document. John Montgomery order 2 day mess ration for 4 men of his company.

3531-3-376-377-October 2, 1779: Bottom left document. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark for 2 day ration for 11 men of Capt. Robyons company.

3532-3-376-377-October 3, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration at Fort Clark for James Cody and John Walter.

3533-3-378-379-October 5, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order for rations for men of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

3534-3-378-379-October 2, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for 1 butcher.

3535-3-378-379-October 6, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 1 day ration for a man of Capt. John Williams co.

3536-3-378-379-October 5, 1779: Bottom right document. Henry Crutcher paid $ 6.00 to Monsieur Charleville for taffia and wood for use at Fort Clark.

3537-3-380-381-October 6, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher purchased 3 loaves of bread from Monsieur Charleville, Sr. at Fort Clark.

3538-3-380-381-October 10, 1779: Center document. Expenditures for taffia, flour, and salt at Fort Clark for company of Capt. Robinson. Names: Dan Cuttughun, John Montgomery.

3539-3-380-381-October 9, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for rations for 48 men of Capt. Williams company.

3540-3-380-381-October 5, 1779: Bottom right document. Fort Clark issued flour to Capt. Elliot. Names: J. Montgomery, J. Bowman.

3541-3-382-October 7, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for ration for Monsieur Joynn?

3542-3-382-October 8, 1779: Center left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day rations for 2 spies at Fort Clark.

3543-3-382-October 8, 1779: Center right document. Quartermaster James Finn obtained wood for Fort Clark from ? Braseau.

3544-3-382-October 5, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Richard McCarty received calves for troops.

3545-3-383-386-October 7, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order for 3 day ration for 1 man, 1 woman and 1 child in Capt. Evans company.

3546-3-383-386-October 7, 1779: Second document. John Montgomery order for 3 day mess for 4 men and himself.

3547-3-383-386-October 8, 1779: Third document on left. John Montgomery order for 1 day ration for wash woman.

3548-3-383-386-October 10, 1779: Fourth document on right. Capt. James Robertson order for 2 day ration for 2 non commissioned officers of his company.

3549-3-383-386-October 8, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman and John Montgomery certified Daniel Coil served as a pack horse man from June 1 to September 14, 1779 at Fort Clark and was to be paid $1.00 per day.

3550-3-387-October 10, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order 3 day mess for 6 men.

3551-3-387-October 10, 1779: Second document. Quartermaster Dan Murray certified that Monsieur Janis had furnished 65 pickets to the state of Virginia for repairing Fort Clark.

3552-3-387-October 11, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams requested 3 day mess

3553-3-387-October 11, 1779-Continued: ration for 4 men, 1 woman, 1 boy and 2 negroes.

3554-3-387-October 10, 1779: Bottom right document. Henry Crutcher at Fort Clark was instructed to give 2,400 pounds of flour and 2 tent cloths for Capt. James Robinson, who was going on an expedition to New Orleans.

3555-3-388-389-October 10, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Robertson requested 6 rations for Jami.

3556-3-388-389-October 17, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for 44 including men, women and children.

3557-3-388-389-October 15, 1779: Bottom left document. Quartermaster James Finn received two loads of wood for Fort Clark from Monsieur Bienvenue.

3558-3-388-389-October 10, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. Reference to Monsieur Bienvenue. Names: Patt Kennedy.

3559-3-390-October 10, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 2 day ration for 7 sick men in Fort Patrick Henry Hospital.

3560-3-390-October 12, 1779: Second document. Leonard Helm order for 2 day ration for 1 indian interpreter and 1 indian.

3561-3-390-October 11, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day ration for 6 men, 2 women and 3 children.

3562-3-390-October 10, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. James Shelby order for 4 day ration for 6 men, who came with the salt from Kaskaskia.

3563-3-391-392-October 8, 1779: Top left document. Capt. Linetot order for a quarter of beef for party of his men.

3564-3-391-392-October 13, 1779: Top right document. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day rations for interpreter Samuel Sills.

3565-3-391-392-October 9, 1779: Center left document. Surgeon Rey requested 2 day rations for 16 sick men.

3566-3-391-392-October 15, 1779: Bottom left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested 3 day ration for 3 men of Capt. George company.

3567-3-391-392-October 15, 1779: Bottom right document. Stephen Gooding was paid for services given to Capt. John Todd and took his pay in goods of blue and white cloth.

3568-3-393-394 -October 6, 1779: Top document. Fort Clark commissary issued rations to pack horse

3568-3-393-394-Continued: men going to the Post.

3569-3-393-394-October 10, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. James Shelby order for 8 pounds of beef for Capt. Richard Harrison co.

3570-3-393-394-October 7, 1779: Third document on right. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for rations for himself, Capt. Elliot, Capt. Robinson, Henry Crutcher, ? Bowman, Lieut. Marny, James Finn, Lieut. Goodwin, William Williams, and Mr. Glyn.

3571-3-393-394-September 12, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. James Shelby order for beef for an expedition from Kaskaskia to the Falls of Ohio.

3572-3-393-394-October 12, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day meat ration for 5 men.

3573-3-395-396-October 11, 1779: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the sick in the hospital, Doctor Cannard, and his family. Names: Benjamin Lewis.

3574-3-395-396-October 10, 1779: Top right document. Capt. James Shelby order for double rations for 1 express from Kaskaskia.

3575-3-395-396-October 7, 1779: Center left document. Incomplete. Names: John Montgomery, Capt. Thomas Quirk, Jesse Bvavis?

3576-3-395-396-October 10, 1779: Center right document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 4 day ration for 1 wash woman.

3577-3-395-396-October 12, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order for 4 day rations for indian interpreter ? Sherlock.

3578-3-397-October 12, 1779: Top left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 4 day rations for 2 men and 1 woman in Capt. George Company of Artillery.

3579-3-397-October 10, 1779: Top right document. Written in French. Capt. Linetot requested rations for persons at Fort Vincennes.

3580-3-397-October 17, 1779: Center document. List of rations issue for 2 days for Capt. John Montgomery at Fort Clark. There were 2 children, 1 wash woman, 2 matross, 2 gunners, 2 sergeants and 1 captain.

3581-3-397-October 12, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Montgomery order for 3 rations for 7 days for wash woman Betsey Cockron.

3582-3-398-October 13, 1779: Top document. William Thomas order to Fort Patrick Henry

3582-3-398-October 13, 1779-Continued: commissary to issue 75 pounds of beef for the party going to the Falls of Ohio.

3583-3-398-October 13, 1779: Second document. Written in French. Capt. Linetot requested rations for his men.

3584-3-398-October 12, 1779: Third document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Fort Patrick Henry for 4 day beef ration for 4 men.

3585-3-398-October 12, 1779: Bottom left document. Leonard Helm order for 4 day ration for indian interpreter Jaco.

3586-3-398-October 10, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. John Baley request for beef ration.

3587-3-399-October 12, 1779: Top document. Leonard Helm order to issue rations to indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3588-3-399-October 6, 1779: Center left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 5 day ration for Monsieur Drouart.

3589-3-399-October 5, 1779: Center right document. Written in French. Capt. Linetot order for rations.

3590-3-399-October 3, 1779: Bottom left document. Written in French. Capt. Linetot order for rations for men at Fort Vincennes.

3591-3-399-October 3, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. Capt. Linetot order for rations for men at Fort Vincennes.

3592-3-400-October 5, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Nuson? order for 10 day double beef ration for 1 artificer.

3593-3-400-October 6, 1779: Top right document. Capt. Linetot order for 2 day ration.

3594-3-400-October 15, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order to Post St. Vincent for 25 pounds of beef for mess for 7 men.

3595-3-400-October 4, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day double ration for 1 artificer.

3596-3-400-October ?, 1779: Bottom document. Very faded. Names: James Shelby.

3597-3-401-October 2, 1779: Top document. Capt. Linetot order for 2 day rations for his party.

3598-3-401-October 3, 1779: Second document. Leonard Helm order for 2 day ration for indian interpreter Samuel Sills.

3599-3-401-October 2, 1779: Third document on right. Capt. Linetot order for 2 day rations.

3600-3-401-October 3, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. James Shelby order for rations for 16 sick men and for Surgeon Rey.

3601-3-401-No date: Fifth document. Incomplete. Reference to beef and Capt. Busseron.

3602-3-401-October 2, 1779: Sixth document. Capt. Linetot order for rations for 7 men.

3603-3-401-October 5, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order for 3 day ration for 1 interpreter.

3604-3-402-October 3, 1779: Top document. Post St. Vinson issued 25 pound beef ration for 40 in mess of Capt. James Shelby.

3605-3-402-October 2, 1779: Second document. Commissary issued 2 day ration for 6 men of Capt. Linetot.

3606-3-402-October 2, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order to issued 2 day ration for 3 men.

3607-3-402-October 1, 1779: Fourth document on left. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day beef ration for 1 indian interpreter.

3608-3-402-October 1, 1779: Fifth document on right. Capt. James Shelby order for 3 day ration for interpreter Samuel Sills.

3609-3-402-October 8, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 8 day rations for 2 men and 1 woman in Capt. George company of Artillery.

3610-3-402-October 13, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 5 day beef ration for 2 men.

3611-3-402-October 7, 1779: Top right document. Capt. Linctot order for 2 day ration for men of his company.

3612-3-403-October 4, 1779: Third document. Capt. James Shelby order for double rations for 3 days for an artificer.

3613-3-403-October 11, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams order to issue 12 pounds of beef to Patrick Henry, who had not received a ration since his

3613-3-403-October 11, 1779-Continued: arrival at Fort Clark from Fort St. Vincent.

3614-3-403-October 3, 1779: Bottom right document. Leonard Helm order to give 3 day ration to indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3615-3-404-October 26, 1779: Top document. Fort Clark commissary issued 6 day ration for a spy. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Capt. John Williams.

3616-3-404-October 14, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day mess ration for 3 men, 1 woman, 2 boys and 2 negroes at Fort Clark.

3617-3-404-October 13, 1779: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 34 men of his company.

3618-3-404-October 2, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. Linctot order for 2 day ration for 1 man.

3619-3-404-October 14, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day mess for 6 men of his company.

3620-3-405-406-October 18, 1779: Top left document. Patt Kennedy received 934 pounds of flour from Capt. Janist for use of the state of Virginia troops at Fort Clark.

3621-3-405-406-October 20, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry to give ox hide to Monsieur J. Robardacu?

3622-3-405-406-October 26, 1779: Third document. John Montgomery order to issue 20 pound of flour to the Chief of the Kaskaskia Indians.

3623-3-405-406-October 21, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue 5 pound of beef for the officers mess.

3624-3-405-406-October 21, 1779: Bottom right document. Incomplete document. John Montgomery order to issue rations for 7 men, 2 women and 3 children in Capt. Richard Harrison Co.

3625-3-407-October 25, 1779: Top left document. Rations for 8 men and 2 women. Names: Frederick Green?

3626-3-407-October 24, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue ration.

3627-3-407-October 25, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark to issue mess ration for his company.

3628-3-407-October 24, 1779: Fourth document. Benjamin Hubbard statement for boarding and lodging. Reference to corn, breakfast, and servants.

3629-3-407-October 20, 1779: Bottom left document. Written in French. Names: Capt. Linetot, Michael Perrault.

3630-3-407-October 10, 1779: Bottom center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for flour.

3631-3-407-October 1, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. James Shelby order to issue mess for 7 men of his company.

3632-3-408-411-October 20, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Reference to Virginia and Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Lacharus [Lachance]

3633-3-408-411-October 8, 1779: Second document on left. Written in French. Capt. Linctot request for beef ration.

3634-3-408-411-October 10, 1779: Third document on right. Written in French. Capt. Linctot request for rations.

3635-3-408-411-October ?, 1779: Fourth document. Unable to read except for Capt. James Shelby.

3636-3-408-411-October 7, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Linctot order to give rations to 8 indians, who had arrived from Ouias [Ouiatenon].

3637-3-412-October 6, 1779: Top left document. Leonard Helm order to give 3 day rations to indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3638-3-412-October 8, 1779: Top right document. Capt. Linctot order for 2 day rations for 6 men.

3639-3-412-October 7, 1779: Second document. Capt. James Shelby order at Post Vinson [Post Vincent, Vincennes] for 25 pounds of beef for 7 men mess.

3640-3-412-October 25, 1779: Center left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day rations for 15 artificers.

3641-3-412-October 25, 1779: Center right document. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day ration.

3642-3-412-October 20, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 2 men, 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Company of Artillery.

3643-3-413-October 7, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order to issue 2 day ration to interpreter Samuel Sills.

3644-3-413-October 7, 1779: Second document on left. Leonard Helm order to issue 2 day rations for indian interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3645-3-413-October 26, 1779: Third document on right. Surgeon Connar requested rations for the sick in the Kaskaskia hospital and for the Lewis family.

3646-3-413-October 29, 1779: Fourth document on left. Patt Kennedy received 234 pounds of fresh beef at Fort Clark from Baptist Charleville.

3647-3-413-October 25, 1779: Fifth document on right. Lieut. Colonel John Montgomery order for mess ration.

3648-3-413-October 26, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams received rations for 20 men of his company.

3649-3-414-415-October 20, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson requested 6 pounds of beef mess for 1 officer and 1 private.

3650-3-414-415-August 9, 1779: Bottom document. Bill of exchange sent from Fort Patrick Henry by William Shannon to the Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $334.50 for flour and sundry articles for troops by John Gerault.

3651-3-416-October 20, 1779: Top document. Janis received bill of exchange given by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for $228 on the Treasurer of Virginia.

3652-3-416-December 26, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson received 30 and one half

3652-3-416-December 26, 1779-Continued: loads of wood from wood cutters Patrick Carmicle [Carmichael] and Richard Sinnet.

3653-3-416-October 19, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 50 men in his company.

3654-3-417-October 20, 1779: Top document. Bills for $228 from Janis. May be verso to 3651.

3655-3-417-October 23, 1779: Center document. Sergeant Henry Hutton request for 2 day ration for company of Capt. James Shelby at Fort Patrick Henry. Rations were for 5 in rank and file, 1 artificer, 2 fifers, and 2 sergeants.

3656-3-417-October 19, 1779: Bottom document. No. 89. Capt. John Williams request for 2 day rations.

3657-3-418-419-October ?, 1779: Top left document. Incomplete. Rank and file list for rations. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson, Capt. James Shelby, Capt. Abraham Keller, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. Jesse Evans, Capt. Robert Todd.

3658-3-418-419-October 20, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to issue rations to indian interpreter.

3659-3-418-419-October 17, 1779: Second document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for Jacco.

3660-3-418-419-October 31, 1779: Center document next to second document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for 2 men of Capt. Robert George Co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

3661-3-418-419-October 31, 1779: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to give 3 day rations for 2 wood cutters at Fort Patrick Henry.

3662-3-418-419-October 25, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue 4 day rations for 5 men in the hospital.

3663-3-420-421-October 20, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery approved supplies given to Surgeon Connar? for Kaskaskia hospital.

3664-3-420-421-October 29, 1779: Center left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 4 day rations for 3 men in old Kaskaskia hospital.

3665-3-420-421-October 19, 1779: Center right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to give rations to 2 men and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Co.

3667-3-420-421-October 25, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for 1 man Document 3667-3-420-421-October 25, 1779-Continued: and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Co. of Artillery at Fort Patrick Henry.

3668-3-422-423-October 17, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 12 pounds of beef for mess of 3 officers.

3669-3-422-423-October 17, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 6 day double rations for 1 artificer.

3670-3-422-423-October 17, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 12 pounds of beef for 3 day officers mess.

3671-3-422-423-October 17, 1779: Fourth document. Leonard Helm order for 3 day ration for interpreter Monsieur Vaudry.

3672-3-422-423-October 17, 1779: Bottom left document. Leonard Helm order to given rations to interpreter James Sherlock.

3673-3-422-423-October 25, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue 4 day rations for 2 artificers.

3674-3-424-October 17, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 15 pounds of beef for Leonard Helm's journey to Kaskaskia. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

3675-3-424-October 10, 1779: Second document. Incomplete. Payment of $200 to Isaac Bor?

3676-3-424-October 30, 1779: Third document on left. Frederick S. Guion received 306 pound of flour from Monsieur Plasea [Duplasy].

3677-3-424-October ?, 1779: Fourth document on right. Incomplete. Names: Capt. Rogers, Samuel Cuthall?

3678-3-424-October 29, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for ? men and 1 woman of Capt. Robert George Co.

3679-3-425-426-October 29, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for a man of Capt. Richard McCarty Co.

3680-3-425-426-October 30, 1779: Second document on left. Morning report of of troops fit for duty at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. John Williams. Some of the document must be missing since there are no numbers given.

3681-3-425-426-October 15, 1779: Third document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Clark for 2 day meat ration for 2 wash women and 1 armorbearer.

3682-3-425-426-October 22, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. John Williams order at Kaskaskia for 2 day rations for 19 men of his company.

3683-3-425-426-October 19, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day mess ration for 9 men.

3684-3-427-October 2, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 10 pounds of grease and 6 pounds of beef.

3685-3-427-October 19, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 100 pounds of flour and 1 bushel of salt for use of the hunters.

3686-3-427-October 21, 1779: Third document on left. Rations issued for 2 days for Doctor Ray, Lieut. Girault, and Samuel Hopkins.

3687-3-427-October ?, 1779: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations for men of Capt. Richard McCarty.

3688-3-427-October 19, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations for 6 men, 2 women, and 3 children in Capt. Richard Harrison company.

3689-3-428-429-October 19, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery 7 day ration order men and women at Fort Clark.

3690-3-428-429-October 18, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for 18 men of his company at Kaskaskia.

3691-3-428-429-October 24, 1779: Third document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 21 pounds of beef for officer mess.

3692-3-428-429-October 29, 1779: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 3 day ration for 7 men, 1 indian, 1 woman, and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison Co. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

3693-3-428-429-October 27, 1779: Bottom left document. Incomplete document. List of provisions for troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry under command of Lieut. [Thomas] Wilson for October 27-October 31, 1779. Rank and file list is not complete.

3694-3-428-429-October 25, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order his 2 day mess for 8 officers, 2 boys and 1 wash woman.

3695-3-430-431-October 30, 1779: Top document. List of Commonwealth of Virginia sundry bills from Jan. 14, 1779-October 30, 1779, which were accepted by Col. George Rogers Clark. Names: Simon Nathan, Leonard Helm, William Shannon, John Todd. References to Governor of Virginia and Treasurer of Virginia.

3696-3-430-431-October 29, 1779: Center left document. Capt. John Williams mess order for 2 days at Fort clark for 3 officers, 1 woman, 1, child, 2 boys, and 2 negroes.

3697-3-430-431-October 23, 1779: Center right document. Ration for 2 days for a wash woman. Names:

3697-3-430-431-October 23, 1779-Continued: Quartermaster James Finn, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3698-3-430-431-October 29, 1779: Bottom document. Ration for 2 day for 1 man of Capt. Richard McCarty Co. Names: Capt. John Williams, Frederick S. Guion.

3699-3-432-October 23, 1779: Top left document. Cost of feeding a horse and cost for groog [grog]. Names: Archie Sanders.

3700-3-432-October 27, 1779: Top right document. Statement for services at Fredericksburg for Capt. Rodgers. References to lodging, feeding horses, grog, hay, and bitters.

3701-3-432-October 24, 1779: Third document. Rations for 19. Names: Quartermaster James Finn, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3702-3-432-October 24, 1779: Fourth document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Charles Charleville was to receive pay for use of 8 horse in service of the country and wood, Names: Col. Todd.

3703-3-432-October 23, 1779: Fifth document on right. Payments. References to Capt. Rodgers and Col. Clark. Appears to be incomplete document.

3704-3-432-October 24, 1779: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy provided rations for the sick in the

3704-3-432-October 24, 1779-Continued: hospital of Kaskaskia and for the Lewis family.

3705-3-433-October 23, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for 7 men, 2 women and 3 children in Capt. Richard Harrison Co.

3706-3-433-October 22, 1779: Second document. Patt Kennedy received 324 pounds of flour from Capt. Placy [Duplasy] for use of troops at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia.

3707-3-433-October 28, 1779: Third document. Quartermaster James Finn gave 3 day mess ration for 1 officer, 1 woman, 1 bowman, and 2 negroes of Capt. Williams Co.

3708-3-433-June 2, 1779: Fourth document. Faded. Receipt for money. Names: R. Eppison.

3709-3-433-October 26, 1779: Fifth document on lower right side. Robert Goodloe sold a horse for 300 pounds to Capt. John Rogers for use of the service of the state of Virginia at Peteburg.

3710-3-434-October 26, 1779: Top document. Capt. William Harrod at Falls of Ohio requested paper from Calvin Housman.

3711-3-434-October 27, 1779: Second document. Quartermaster James Finn obtained 4 loads of wood for Fort Clark from Monsieur Lechance.

3712-3-434-October 28, 1779: Third document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 2 spies at Fort Clark.

3713-3-434-October 27, 1779: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day mess for 10.

3714-3-434-October 27, 1779: Fifth document on lower right. Frederick S. Guion request for 2 day rations for 6 men, 1 woman, 2 children and 1 indian in Capt. Richard Harrison Co.

3715-3-435 -436-October 22, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy supplied 2 day provisions for the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3716-3-435-436-October 21, 1779: Second document. Quartermaster John Wilson issued 10 pounds of tallow for Lieut. Thomas Wilson for washing.

3717-3-435-436-October 20, 1779: Third document. ? Beauregard? sold 10 hogshead of taffia costing $12.00 for use of the commonwealth of Virginia. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery had reported the purchase and contract had been made by Capt. Richard McCarty and Col. Todd. Bills of the Treasurer of Virginia were given for payment. Names: C. Wallace.

3718-3-435-436-October 20, 1779: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested 20 rations for co. of Captain Robert George at Fort Patrick Henry.

3719-3-437-October 28, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery mess order for 8 officers, 2 boys and 1 wash woman.

3720-3-437-October 27, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams order at Kaskaskia for 2 day ration for 20 men.

3721-3-437-October 27, 1779: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams issued 2 day ration for Lewis family and sick at Kaskaskia Hospital.

3722-3-437-October 28, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day mess ration for 2 officers, 1 woman , 2 boys and 2 negroes.

3723-3-437-October 27, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Surgeon Rey request rations.

3724-3-438-439-October 17, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day ration for 6 men, 2 women and 3 children in Capt. Richard Harrison Co.

3725-3-438-439-October 19, 1779: Center left document. Zephaniah Blackford certified F. Bozroe [Bosseron] delivered 108 pounds of indian corn at Fort Patrick Henry commissary store.

3726-3-438-439-October 17, 1779: Center right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the Benjamin Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3727-3-438-439-October 19, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 4 day rations for Doctor Rey, Lieut. Girault, and Samuel Hopkins.

3728-3-440-441-October 16, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day ration for 2 spies.

3729-3-440-441-October 16, 1779: Second document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day rations for 6 men, 2 women, 3 children in Capt. Richard Harrison Co. at Fort Clark.

3730-3-440-441-October 16, 1779: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day mess for 2 officers, 1 woman, 2 boys and 2 negroes of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3731-3-440-441-October 16, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 30 men of his company at Kaskaskia.

3732-3-440-441-October ?. 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Written in French. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

3733-3-442-October 22, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for mess ration for 3 officers, 1 woman, 1 bowman and 2 negroes in Capt. John Williams Co. at Fort Clark.

3734-3-442-October 16, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for sick in hospital and attendants.

3735-3-442-October 15, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for Henry Crutcher at Fort Clark to give 100 pounds of flour and 1 bushel of salt for hunters to hunt for garrison.

3736-3-443-445-October 20, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Quartermaster James Finn to issue 2 day rations for 47 indians.

3737-3-443-445-October 20, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for Lewis family and sick in Kaskaskia hospital.

3738-3-443-445-October 18, 1779: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams order to issue 2 day flour ration to William Tupper, who was going to O'Post.

3739-3-443-445-October 20, 1779: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 10 pounds of flour to (?) Bowmon.

3740-3-443-445-October 16, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order Fort Patrick Henry to give 8 beef hides to armorbearer Mr. Roberdooes.

3741-3-446-448-June 18, 1779: Top document. Some portions written in French. Expenses and 80

3741-3-446-448-June 18, 1779-Continued: day provisions of Dr. Stephen Ray, his wife and child for march to Big Island. Payment for hiring of 2 pack horses and forage.

3742-3-446-448-June 9, 1779: Lower left document. Written in French. Expenses of state of Virginia at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Ambroise Daginette, F. Bosseron.

3743-3-446-448-October 19, 1779: Lower right document. Patt Kennedy received 427 pounds of beef from Capt. Richard Winston for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

3744-3-449 -451-October 16, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Todd order to Mr. Cerre to give blue strouding to a Piankishaw indian. Names: John Sanders.

3745-3-449-451-October 21, 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete. Capt. Richard Harrison certified James Willey had worked days in service [ of country] and was to be paid $5.00 in goods from the Fort Clark store. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

BOX 621-FOLDER 44

LETTERS-NOVEMBER 1779

Frames #452-468

14 documents filmed on 16 frames.

3746-3-453-454-November 24, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery Bill of Exchange for the Treasurer of Virginia to pay $ 800 for sundry articles supplied by Mr. John Girault.

3747-3-453-454-November 19, 1779: Bottom document. June 26, 1779 Richmond note of John Girault. Reference to sorry.

3748-3-455-456-November 16, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of the Illinois Regiment sent Bill of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $1,400, which had been supplied by cash from Monsieur Nicholas LaChance.

3749-3-455-456-November 24, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery issued Bill of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $2,000 to John Girault, who had furnished such for use of the troops in the Illinois country.

3750-3-457-458-November 24, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery issued Bill of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $2,000 furnished by John Girault for the Kaskaskia garrison.

3751-3-459-November ?, 1779: Top document. Only Col. Clark and Robert Todd were authorized to issue bills on the government. Names: Unable to read name of person writing order.

3752-3-459-November 20, 1779: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange issued to Treasurer of Virginia by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of the Illinois Regiment for $1200 payable to Nicholas Lachance.

3753-3-460-November 16, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of Illinois regiment

3753-3-460-November 16, 1779-Continued: issued Bill of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia for $1,400 payable to Nicholas LaChance for cash supplied at Kaskaskia.

3754-3-460-November ?, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Very few words. Names: ? LaChance.

3755-3-461-462-November 24, 1779: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery issued Bill of Exchange on Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $1,200 furnished by John Girault at Kaskaskia. Verso in French. Names: Nicholas LaChance.

3756-3-463-464-November 24, 1779: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery issued Bills of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $2,000 to John Girault for furnishings at Kaskaskia.

3757-3-465-466-November 24, 1779: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery issued Bills of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $800 to John Girault for expenses at Kaskaskia. Verso has reference to Nicholas Lachance and Col. Clark.

3757-3-467-468-November 24, 1779: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery issued Bill of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $2,000 to John Girault, who supplied furnishings for troops at Kaskaskia. Names: Nicholas Lachance, Col. Clark.

BOX 621-FOLDER 45

ACCOUNTS-NOVEMBER 1779

Frames #469-494

12 documents filmed on 25 frames.

3758-3-470-471-November 12, 1779: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery issued Bill of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia and Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $285 for sundry articles supplied for troops at Kaskaskia by David M. Cras. Verso in French. Names: David McFall.

3759-3-472-November 19, 1779: John Miller received 53 pounds and 4 shillings for beef from Capt. John Rogers at Cahokia.

3760-3-473-November 12, 1779: William Ferrall received 1,294 pounds and 12 shillings from Capt. John Rogers for a wagon and 4 horses. Names: John Miller.

3761-3-474-November 23, 1779: Expenditures for knives, rum, and taffia. Names: Mr. Henry, Col. Todd.

3762-3-475-476-November 14, 1779: Expenditures of the Commonwealth of Virginia for coat and jacket for Kickapoo indian, saddle taken by Capt. Richard Harrison. Names: Capt. Lanetot, William Shannon, Leonard Helm, Madam Perot, Monsieur Barbeau, Monsieur Gratiot, Monsieur Cerre, Mr. Winston, ? Bentley, Richard Winston, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, John Todd.

3763-3-477-478-November 22, 1779: Report of rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for 7 days for troops under the command of Capt. James Shelby. Rank and file for Capt. John Todd, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. Jesse Evans. There were 3 wash women, 26 in rank and file, 13 armorbearers. Names: John Wilson Jr., Verso had reference to grapeshot.

3764-3-479-480-November 26, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified expenses of Surgeon [Stephen] Ray for Kaskaskia Hospital and at Post St. Vincent. Reference to flour.

3765-3-479-480-November 26, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby certified Richard Sinnet and Patrick Carmile [Carmichael] supplied wood at Fort Patrick Henry.

3766-3-481-482-November 29, 1779: List of rations issued for 2 days for troops at Fort Patrick Henry under command of Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Rank and file for companies of Capt. James Shelby, Capt. Jesse Evans, Capt. John Todd, Capt. Isaac Taylor and Capt. Abraham Keller. Names: John Wilson. There were 2 wash women, 24 in rank and file.

3767-3-483-484-November 21, 1779: List of rations issued for troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry for 7 days under command of Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Rank and file for companies of Capt. James Shelby, Capt. Jesse Evans, Capt. John Todd, Capt. Abraham Keller. There were 3 wash women, 1 in the hospital and 31 rank and file. Names: John Wilson.

3768-3-485-492-November 20, 1779: Several copies of same document. Petty fund purchases of (?) Beauregard. Names: (?) Cerre, (?) Lacrocie, (?) Laspy [Duplasy] at St. Louis, (?) Gibbins, (?) Girault; (?) Gratiot, (?) Charleville, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Moses Henry, Capt. Winston. Expenses for sundry articles including rum.

3769-3-493- 494-November 11, 1779: Bill of Louis Neviu to state of Virginia for trip to the Mississippi river, carting and furnishing wood, use of horse to Kaskaskia, corn, taffia. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion.

BOX 621-FOLDER 46

VOUCHERS-NOVEMBER 1779

Frames #495-588

239 documents filmed on 93 frames.

3770-3-496-497-November 16, 1779: Top document. Lieut. John Girault order for 2 day mess for the doctor.

3771-3-496-497-November 5, 1779: Second document. Col. George Rogers Clark paid $ 100.00 to Boston Damewood of the Falls of Ohio for returning a state of Virginia boat anchor, which had been lost on the Ohio [River] during an engagement with a party of indians.

3772-3-496-497-November 28, 1779: Third document on left. Written in French and English. Patt Kennedy obtained 325 pounds of beef from (?) Charleville for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

3773-3-496-497-November 23, 1779: Fourth document on right. Capt. James Shelby at Fort Patrick Henry received 8 bushels of indian corn from the commissary to feed horses, which came from Kaskaskia with James Buchanan on his was to the Falls of Ohio.

3774-3-496-497-November 29, 1779: Bottom document. John Wilson issued rations for 4 officers, 1 woman, and 2 negroes.

3775-3-498-499-November 27, 1779: Top document. No. 3. Henry Holeman sold 450 pounds of and salted and fresh buffalo meat and 250 pounds of buffalo meat without bones for use of the troops of the Illinois Department at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, Thomas Phillips.

3776-3-498-499-November 23, 1779: Bottom document. Col. John Montgomery repaid $430 by set of Bills of Exchange on the Treasurer of Virginia to (?) Charleville, who had provided Continental cash at Fort Clark.

3777-3-500-501-November 30, 1779: Top document. Nathaniel Overall sold 125 pounds of beef for use of the troops of the Illinois Department at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Col. George Rogers Clark, J. Donne.

3778-3-500-501-November 29, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby requested James Buchanan to issue 1 bushel of meal and 30 pounds of meat to serve his company on its way to the Falls of Ohio from Fort Patrick Henry.

3779-3-500-501-November ?, 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete words for document. References to Capt. Richard Winston, Kaskaskia, and calf.

3780-3-502-503-November 17, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark paid $ 5.00 to the surgeon for reducing a luxation [dislocated joint?] of the thigh of soldier Joseph Henderson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

3781-3-502-503-November 17, 1779: Center document. Col. George Rogers Clark paid $194.00 to John Williams for his brother George Flanigan, who had 580 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne.

3782-3-502-503-November 25, 1779: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy received 200 pounds of flour for use of the troops at Fort Clark from Joseph Fortune.

3783-3-504-505-November 27, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day mess ration for 5.

3784-3-504-505-November 17, 1779: Second document. Written in French. Account with the state of Virginia.

3785-3-504-505-November 16, 1779: Third document. Written in French. Names: (?) Lachance, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3786-3-504-505-November 15, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster James Finn at Fort Clark certified Monsieur Beauivine's cart was used to transport the baggage of Capt. Richard McCarty company from the Mississippi [River].

3787-3-506-507-November 29, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations for 18 men of Capt. Richard McCarty Co. at Fort Clark.

3788-3-506-507-November ?, 1779: Top right document. Incomplete. Order for 2 day ration for 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison Co.

3789-3-506-507-November 29, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day mess for 5 men at Fort Clark.

3790-3-506-507-November 29, 1779: Bottom left document. Incomplete. Three day ration for 9 men. Document 3791-3-506-507-November 13, 1779: Bottom right document. Rations for 2 days for 2 artificers. Names: (?) Vaughan.

3792-3-508-509-November 14, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 4 day ration for 1 man and 1 woman of Capt. [Robert] George Co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

3793-3-508-509-November 22, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton for 25 rations for Lieut. Lytle? at Fort Patrick Henry.

3794-3-508-509-November 30, 1779: Third document on left. Rations issued to 1 artificer at Fort Clark.

3795-3-508-509-November 30, 1779: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 3 bushels of indian corn to (?) Comings and to charge to Capt. James Shelby account.

3796-3-508-509-November 30, 1779: Fifth document on left. Sullivan Wilkinson was paid 9 pounds by Capt. John Rogers for 8 pairs of men's shoes and a quire of paper for use of the company of light dragoons.

3797-3-508-509-November 22, 1779: Sixth document on right. Capt. James Shelby order for 6 day rations for 2 artificers.

3798-3-508-509-November 4, 1779: Seventh document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 4 day rations for 5 men in the hospital.

3799-3-508-509-November 30, 1779: Eighth document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 2 day rations for 2 men and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Co.

3800-3-510-November 3, 1779: Top left document. Incomplete. Rations issued at Kaskaskia for Capt. John Williams company, which was going to Fort Clark.

3801-3-510-November 25, 1779: Top right document. Leonard Helm order for rations for 6 men and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George co. of artillery.

3802-3-510-November 3, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 11 rations for his mess.

3803-3-510-November 3, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams requested 40 pounds of flour for his mess.

3804-3-510-November 30, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French at Kaskaskia. Names: Patt Kennedy, (?) Janist.

3805-3-511-November 7, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 30 pounds of flour and 2 pounds of salt to the indian interpreter

3805-3-511-November 7, 1779-Continued: Sherlock to give to the Kickapoo Indian chief. Names: Leonard Helm.

3806-3-511-November 2, 1779: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations to be issued to the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3807-3-511-November 2, 1779: Third document on on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 6 day rations to 1 artificer.

3808-3-511-November 7, 1779: Fourth document on right. Surgeon Ray requested rations.

3809-3-511-November 2, 1779: Fifth document. Frederick S. Guion received 2 bags of flour from Monsieur James Bovy [Beauvias] at Fort Clark.

3810-3-511-November 7, 1779: Sixth document. Rations issued for 8 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Frederick S. Guion.

3811-3-512-November 8, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order to give rations to the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3812-3-512-November 7, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams ordered 3 day rations

3812-3-512-November 7, 1779-Continued: for 4 officers, 1 woman and 1 child, 2 bowman and 2 negroes of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery Co.

3813-3-512-November 7, 1779: Third document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 25 pounds of flour for hunter. Names: Henry Crutcher.

3814-3-512-November 15, 1779: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for 11 of his mess.

3815-3-512-November 2, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to grind 2 bushels of corn.

3816-3-513-514-November 11, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 4 men.

3817-3-513-514-November 12, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams order to give rations to the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3818-3-513-514-November 2, 1779: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams order at Kaskaskia to issue rations for 18 men, 1 woman and 1 child of his company.

3819-3-513-514-November 2, 1779: Fourth document. Frederick S. Guion order for rations for 7 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co.

3820-3-513-514-November 19, 1779: Fifth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery received 1 ox from Monsieur LaCroix for use of the troops at Kahos.

3821-3-515-November 12, 1779: Top left document. Henry Crutcher obtained 20 bushels of corn and 3 bushels of potatoes from Monsieur Bievenue for use of the artificers.

3822-3-515-November 12, 1779: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 2 men in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3823-3-515-November 11, 1779: Third document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day rations.

3824-3-515-November 10, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 4 officers, 1 woman 1 child, 2 bowman and 2 negroes in Lieut. Col. John Montgomery Co.

3825-3-515-November 10, 1779: Bottom document. Surgeon Ray request for rations.

3826-3-516-November 12, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 18 men, 1 woman and 1 child in his company at Kaskaskia.

3827-3-516-November 11, 1779: Bottom left document. List of rations issued for troops at Fort

3828-3-516-November 11, 1779-Continued: Patrick Henry under command of Lieut. Thomas Wilson for November 11-November 14, 1779. Rank and file for companies of Capt. Jesse Evans, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Todd, Capt. Abraham Keller. There were 45 persons including 3 wash women, 30 rank and file, 2 artificers, and 2 armorbearer.

3829-3-516-November 10, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery requested mess ration for 8 officers, 1 wash women and 2 negroes at Fort Clark.

3830-3-517-518-November 10, 1779: Top document. Number of rations needed for officers and rank and file of Capt. James Shelby co. at Fort Clark. Names: Sergt. Edward Taylor, Capt. John Williams.

3831-3-517-518-November 10, 1779: Bottom left document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Francois Bosseron had delivered 2 oxen, 1 cow and 1 calf to the Fort Patrick Henry commissary. Reference to Kaskaskia and Capt. James Shelby.

3832-3-517-518-November 11, 1779: Bottom right document. Incomplete document. Settlement of an account at Fort Clark with John Gratiot? for supplying 600 pounds of beans? and for being a serving as a beaken [beacon]. Signed by George Rogers Clark but cannot determine other name.

3833-3-519-520-November 5, 1779: Top document. Payment for mess of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery and Richard Winston. Names: John Todd, Monsieur Barbeau.

3834-3-519-520-November 11, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day

3834-3-519-520-November 11, 1779-Continued: rations for 5 hunters.

3835-3-519-520-November 22, 1779: Bottom left document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Duplasy, Monsieur Carbonneaux.

3836-3-519-520-November 11, 1779: Bottom right document. Names: Frederick S. Guion. No text.

3837-3-521-523-November 25, 1779: Top document. No. 35. Written in French and English. 90 rations issued. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Francois Cretien, (?) Otker?

3838-3-521-523-November 2, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Rogers hired a horse from Cumberland Co. Also reference to New London, Bedford Co. Names: Thomas Vaughn, Robert Smith, John P Cnimp.

3839-3-521-523-November 15, 1779: Bottom right document. Frederick S. Guion received 600 pounds of bear meat from Ebenezer Loueneres.

3840-3-524-525-November 19, 1779: Top document. John Rogers certified a wagon and team had been bought from William Forrak? Names: Davie Lagon.

3841-3-524-525-November 27, 1779: Second document on left. Written in French and English. John

3841-3-524-525-November 27, 1779-Continued: Montgomery indicate William Kennedy planned to get as much flour as possible.

3842-3-524-525-November 1, 1779: Third document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 20 rations for 1 man and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Co. of Artillery.

3843-3-524-525-November 21, 1779: Fourth document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry for rations for Capt. James Shelby.

3844-3-524-525-November 2, 1779: Fifth document on right. Mary Jones was paid for providing breakfast for Capt. John Rogers and feeding his horse.

3845-3-524-525-November 30, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order for 7 day rations for Lieut. Dalton's recruits for the artillery.

3846-3-526-527-November 3, 1779: Top left document. John Hunter of Bedford Co., was paid 4 pounds by Capt. John Rogers for lodging horse.

3847-3-526-527-November ?, 1779: Top right document. Names: Jacque Balie?

3848-3-526-527-November 22, 1779: Third document on left. Capt. James Shelby order for rations for 2 men and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Co.

3849-3-526-527-November 30, 1779: Fourth document on right. Robert Ivers was paid $ 188 for 564 pounds of Buffalo beef sold for use of the Illinois Department troops. Names: J. Donne, Col. George Rogers Clark.

3849-3-526-527-November 25, 1779: Fifth document on left. Deer leather was purchased. Names: Patt Kennedy, John Montgomery, Richard Winston.

3850-3-526-527-November 15, 1779: Bottom document. Provisions for 2 days for 7 men, who were of a boat cruse at Fort Clark were issued. Names: J. Bowman, John Montgomery.

3851-3-528-529-November 3, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear received white cloth which was needed for his clothing from Col. Todd.

3852-3-528-529-November 3, 1779: Center left document. Leonard Helm received white cloth and blue britch cloth from John Todd for the Kickapoo Indian chief.

3853-3-528-529-November 8, 1779: Center right document. James Finn received 6 loads of wood from Monsieur Fortan for use at Fort Clark.

3854-3-528-529-November ?, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Monsieur Leifert?, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, J. Girault.

3855-3-530-531-November 25, 1779: Top left document. John Wilson Jr. certified Biest Dumny had hauled wood 1 day.

3856-3-530-531-November 21, 1779: Top right document. Hormming Ralians? was paid 25 shillings for providing pasture for 5 horses of Capt. John Rogers.

3857-3-530-531-November 10, 1779: Bottom left document. List of rations for troops at Fort Patrick Henry under command of Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Rank and file for companies of Capt. James Shelby, Capt. Jesse Evans, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Todd, and Capt. Abraham Keller. There were 3 wash women and a total of 100 rations issued for 2 days.

3858-3-530-531-November 23, 1779: Bottom center document. Sallie Carton was paid $ 2.00 for providing pasture for 1 horse.

3859-3-530-531-November 10, 1779: Bottom right document. White cloth was received from Col. Todd for ? Whightlen?

3860-3-532-November 21, 1779: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day meat mess for 8 persons.

3861-3-532-November 30, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for Capt. Robert George Co.

3862-3-532-November 4, 1779: Bottom document. List of rations issued for troops at Fort Patrick Henry commanded by Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Rank and file for companies of Capt. John Todd, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. Abraham Keller, Capt. James Shelby, Capt. Jesse Evans. There were 9 wash women, 4 armorbearers, and 30 rank and file. Names: John Wilson, Jr.

3863-3-533-534-November 5, 1779: Top document. Expenses of the state of Virginia for expedition from Kaskaskia to the Falls of Ohio from Oct. 2, 1779 to November 1, 1779. George Rogers Clark certified Edward Murray was entitled $100 for the cost of the expedition.

3864-3-533-534-November 11, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to commissary to issue 12 pounds of bear meat for ? Mayfield.

3865-3-533-534-November 10, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. John Montgomery order to issue 200 pounds of flour for baking.

3866-3-535-November 12, 1779: Top document. John Wilson Jr. certified Jas Dumy had hauled wood for the garrison.

3867-3-535-November 2, 1779: Center left document. James Finn issued rations.

3868-3-535-November 2, 1779: Center right document. Lieut. J. Girault order for 3 day rations for Doctor Ray.

3869-3-535-November 3, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Clark issued 9 day rations for Doctor Ray, Lieut. J. Girault, and Samuel Watkins.

3870-3-536-March 6, 1782: Document appears to be out of order. Vouchers of Bosseron account for $ 1792.50.

3871-3-537-538-November 10, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher received blue broad cloth for service given to the state of Virginia by providing a residence for the Colonel at Crutcher's residence at Kaskaskia.

3872-3-537-538-November 1, 1779: Bottom document. List of rations for troops at Fort Patrick Henry commanded by Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Rank and file for companies of Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. Jesse Evans, Capt. John Todd, and Capt. Abraham Keller. There were 9 wash women and 8 sick. Names: John Wilson, Jr.

3873-3-539-November 21, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 38 pounds of flour for Capt. James Shelby co.

3874-3-539-November 24, 1779: Second document on left. John Wilson Jr. certified ? Nay had hauled wood for use of the garrison.

3875-3-539-November ?, 1779: Third document on right. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue rations.

3876-3-539-November 6, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 12 men, 1 woman, and 1 child in his company.

3877-3-539-November 5, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3878-3-540-541-November 6, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day mess for 11 persons.

3879-3-540-541-November 5, 1779: Center left document. Rations issued for officers and non commission officers at Falls of Ohio. Names: Sergt. Edward Taylor, Capt. John Williams.

3880-3-540-541-November 4, 1779: Center right document. Surgeon Ray requested rations from J. Girault.

3881-3-540-541-November 8, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations for artificers and bowman of his company.

3882-3-542-November 4, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to commissary to issue 2 day rations. Names: Sergeant Lians.

3883-3-542-November 5, 1779: Center left document. List of rations issued for troops at Fort Patrick Henry under command of Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Rank and file

3884-3-542-November 5, 1779-Continued: for companies of Captains James Shelby, Capt. Jesse Evans, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. Abraham Keller. Names: John Wilson, Jr.

3885-3-542-November 4, 1779: Center right document. Patt Kennedy order rations issued to David Baps? and James Kincade.

3886-3-542-November 5, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams to Kaskaskia for rations for 3 men of his company.

3887-3-543-November 4, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark Commissary for his mess of 8 men, 2 boys and 1 wash woman.

3888-3-543-November 6, 1779: Second document. Capt. John Williams order to issue rations for the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3889-3-543-November 4, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 6 day rations for 10 men of Capt. James Shelby for a move to Post Vinson.

3890-3-543-November 3, 1779: Bottom document. Rations for 2 days issued for 5 officers, 2 bowman and 3 women at Fort Clark. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

3891-3-544-November 3, 1779: Top document. Incomplete. Rations issued for 7 men, 1 indian?, 1

3891-3-544-November 3, 1779-Continued: woman and 2 children of [Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Capt. John Williams, Frederick S. Guion.

3892-3-544-November 4, 1779: Center document. Rations issued for 8 men, 1 woman, 2 children and 1 indian of Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Capt. John Williams, Frederick S. Guion.

3893-3-544-November 3, 1779: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy received 450 pound of flour for use of the troops at Fort Clark from Capt. Janist.

3894-3-545-546-November 3, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for Col. Clark mess at Fort Clark. Number by rank and file, commissioned and non commissioned officers is given. Duplicate-3-546.

3895-3-545-546-November 11, 1779: Bottom document. Memorandum of goods sent by Mr. Isaac Bowman. Articles listed on each frame. Items included: Taffia, case of old bottles, sugar, coffee, table cloths, 7 shirts, pepper, dark colored coat, breeches, trousers, white thread, calico, 2 pillows, 4 candle mould, 2 dozen tumblers, 6 china and Delft plates, 3 dishes, 4 bowels, 3 cups, 1 silver coffee pot, 5 deer skins, 2 bottles in a wicker case, 1 sugar barrel, 1 bed, 1 tea set.

3896-3-547-548-November 23, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy received about 12 bushels of wheat, which was used to produce 100 pounds of flour from Baptist Charleville for use at Kaskaskia. Verso listed rations of pork, beef, indian meal and flour.

3897-3-547-548-November 10, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 2 day rations for 5 men in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3898-3-547-548-November 5, 1779: Third document on left. Capt. J. Girault order for rations for 2 officers and 1 bowman.

3899-3-547-548-November 16, 1779: Fourth document on right. Rations issued for Capt. Linetot company of the indian detachment.

3900-3-547-548-November 20, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for 2 artificers.

3901-3-549-550-November 24, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 300 pounds of flour, 40 loads of wood at Fort Clark for the troops from Capt. Janist.

3902-3-549-550-November 27, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark Commissary to issue 100 pounds to Capt. Leonard Helm.

3903-3-549-550-November 20, 1779: Bottom left document. Patt Kennedy order for a ration of flour at Fort Clark.

3904-3-549-550-November 30, 1779: Bottom right document. ? Merriweather paid for lodging, oats and fodder to John Miller? Names: Morgan Waight.

3905-3-551-November 22, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby requested rations for 1 man.

3906-3-551-November 7, 1779: Second document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 7 day rations for 2 artificers.

3907-3-551-November 3, 1779: Third document on right. Faded. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order at Fort Patrick Henry for 60 rations for the agent at ? for indians.

3908-3-551-November 14, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. John Williams requested 19 pounds of beef for his mess.

3909-3-551-November 28, 1779: Fifth document on left. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day rations for Capt. Calors [Keller] company at Fort Patrick Henry.

3910-3-551-November 14, 1779: Sixth document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 4 day ration for 5 men in Fort Patrick Hospital.

3911-3-552-553-November 9, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations.

3912-3-552-553-November 26, 1779: Top right document. Order for rations. Names: Capt. James Shelby, Sergeant John Slaughter.

3913-3-552-553-November 9, 1779: Third document on left. Patt Kennedy received 30 loads of wood from Capt. Duplacy between November 1779 and March 9, 17780 for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

3914-3-552-553-November 22, 1779: Fourth document on left. Capt. James Shelby order for rations for 2 men of Capt. Robert George company at Fort Patrick Henry.

3915-3-552-553-November 21, 1779: Fifth document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for a man of Capt. Linctot going on his way to the Falls of Ohio.

3916-3-552-553-November 20, 1779: Sixth document on left. Capt. James Shelby order at Fort Patrick Henry for 3 day ration for 9 men marching to the Falls of Ohio.

3917-3-552-553-November 20, 1779: Seventh document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue 12 pounds of beef for use of 2 artificers.

3918-3-554-556-November 22, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order at Fort Patrick Henry for 9 day rations for 4 hunters. Names: Sergeant Andrew Clark.

3919-3-554-556-November 25, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued vinson to serve on (?) Leb?'s march to the Falls of Ohio.

3920-3-554-556-November 18, 1779: Third document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick

3920-3-554-556-November 18, 1779-Continued: Henry for 6 day ration for 5 men of Capt. Linctot who were going from the Falls of Ohio to Kaskaskia.

3921-3-554-556-November 27, 1779: Fourth document on right. Rations for 2 days issued for 6 men, 2 women and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Capt. John Williams, Frederick S. Guion.

3922-3-554-556-November 30, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry for rations for artificers.

3923-3-557-November 20, 1779: Top left document. Kaskaskia issue rations for 17 men, 1 woman and 1 child in Capt. John Williams Co.

3924-3-557-November 24, 1779: Top right document. Expense for hiring a wagon to carry baggage of Capt. John Rogers to Fredericksburg. Names: James Wagmire?, Benien Aron.

3925-3-557-November 20, 1779: Center document. Leonard Helm order rations.

3926-3-557-November 27, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Rations for Lieut. Girault. Names: surgeon Ray.

3927-3-558-559-November 28, 1779: Top left document. Expenses for taffia, 1 knife, boarding persons

3927-3-558-559-November 28, 1779-Continued: including a boy, corn. Names: (?) Perors. (?) Henry.

3928-3-558-559-November 28, 1779: Top right document. Faded. Rations issued. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3929-3-558-559-November 27, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. J. Girault requested 3 day rations for himself, Doctor Ray and Lieut. Perrault.

3930-3-560-561-November 27, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day mess ration for 5 men of the Colonel.

3931-3-560-561-November 25, 1779: Second document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for 5 officers, 1 woman, 1 bowman and 2 negroes.

3932-3-560-561-November 22, 1779: Third document on left. Lieut. Richard Brashear order at Kaskaskia for 2 day ration for old men, 1 woman and 1 child in his company. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3933-3-560-561-November 26, 1779: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for a ration for Capt. John Williams co. of 18 men, 1 woman and 1 child at Kaskaskia.

3934-3-560-561-November 29, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers paid 6 pounds to William Finel

3934-3-560-561-November 29, 1779-Continued: for hiring a cart and horses to bring baggage from the boat.

3935-3-562-563-November 26, 1779: Top left document. M. Perault order to issue 2 day ration for 1 man of Capt. Richard McCarty Co.

3936-3-562-563-November 24, 1779: Top right document. John ? Chishum was paid 16 shillings by Thomas Hey for 18 bushels of fodder.

3937-3-562-563-November 23, 1779: Third document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day mess for his company.

3938-3-562-563-November 23, 1779: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to 2 day ration for the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3939-3-562-563-November 24, 1779: Fifth document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3940-3-562-563-November 24, 1779: Sixth document on right. Capt. John Rogers paid for whiskey and fodder at Kaskaskia. Names: Ben Johnson, James Merriwither.

3941-3-562-563-November 24, 1779: Bottom document. Rations issued for 2 days for 6 men, 1 woman and 2 children of Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Frederick S. Guion, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3942-3-564-565-November 23, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Michael Perault requested 3 day ration for himself, Doctor Ray and 1 servant man.

3943-3-564-565-November 23, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 50 pounds of flour to ? W. Becker.

3944-3-564-565-November 15, 1779: Bottom left document. Patt Kennedy received 600 pounds of flour from Capt. Placy for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

3945-3-564-565-November 24, 1779: Bottom right document. John Wilson certified ? Dumy hauled wood 2 days at Fort Clark for use of the garrison.

3946-3-566-November 23, 1779: Top document. Quarter master James Finn issued mess ration for Capt. John Williams, 4 officers, 1 woman and 3 negroes.

3947-3-566-November 17, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for the Lewis family and sick at the Kaskaskia hospital.

3948-3-566-November 7, 1779: Third document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue 18 pounds of beef for 2 men and 3 officers of his mess.

3949-3-566-November 15, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for 9 men.

3950-3-566-November 15, 1779: Bottom document. Order for 3 day ration for 8 men, 1 woman, and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Capt. John Williams, Frederick S. Guion.

3951-3-567-568-November 14, 1779: Top left document. Account of Richard Winston for providing blue cloth, white cloth, biscuits, boarding for 5 weeks, skins for beds,and casks.

3952-3-567-568-November ?, 1779: Top right document. Rations issued for 4 officers, 1 woman, 2 bowman and 2 negroes of Capt. ? Names: Capt. John Williams.

3953-3-567-568-November 15, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order at Fort Clark to issue 3 day rations for 10 of Capt. James Shelby co.

3954-3-569-November 15, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Rations issued. Names: Capt. John Williams. Sergeant Major Jean? Legras.

3955-3-569-November 15, 1779: Second document. Patt Kennedy certified Capt. Janist delivered wood for use of the troops at Kaskaskia from October 9, 1779 to November 15, 1779.

3956-3-569-November 13, 1779: Third document. Quarter master James Finn received wood for use of Fort Clark from Monsieur Moran.

3957-3-569-November 22, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day ration for Mr. Buchanan.

3958-3-570-November 13, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 4 men.

3959-3-570-November 14, 1779: Second document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 15 day ration for Eben Tesor Mais?

3960-3-570-November 3, 1779: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams order to issue rations for the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3961-3-570-November 13, 1779: Fourth document on left. Capt. John Williams and Capt. James Shelby issued 50 pounds of flour for company on trip to O'Post.

3962-3-570-November 28, 1779: Fifth document on right. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the Lewis family and sick at Kaskaskia hospital.

3963-3-570-November 30, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order at Kaskaskia for 2 day ration for 15 men, 1 woman and 1 child in his company.

3964-3-571-November 14, 1779: Top document. George Blars? was paid 2 pounds by Capt. John Rogers for salt.

3965-3-571-572-November 27, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby issued 50 pounds of flour to Madam Henry to replace that furnished for men going to the Falls of Ohio.

3966-3-571-572-November 13, 1779: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy received 16 pounds of pitch from Capt. Placy [Duplasy] at Kaskaskia.

3967-3-573-November 12, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 12 oakam [oakum] and 14 pounds of pitch from Capt. Placy [Duplasy], who would be paid on demand at Kaskaskia.

3968-3-573-November 16, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations.

3969-3-573-November 13, 1779: Bottom left document. Patt Kennedy received 15 bushels of wheat, which Monsieur Vital Beauveaus had promised Fort Clark garrison.

3970-3-573-November 19, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. J. Perault order to issue 3 day rations for Samuel Watkins.

3971-3-574-November 15, 1779: Top left document. Joseph Cabell statement to Commonwealth of Virginia for 120 pounds of beef supplied to Capt. John Rogers.

3972-3-574-November 15, 1779: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order for Kaskaskia to

3972-3-574-November 15, 1779-Continued: issue rations for 19 men, 1 woman and 1 child.

3973-3-574-November 15, 1779: Center left document. Capt. John Rogers paid for the expense of mending a wagon by a smith and for his lodging and that of a sick man. Names: James Higginbothum.

3974-3-574-November 15, 1779: Center right document. Added expenses for mending a wagon for the state of Virginia by smith John Brown. Payment of 16 pounds by Capt. John Rogers. Testator: James Higginbothum.

3975-3-574-November 16, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 5 day rations for 10 men going to Fort Vinson [Vincennes].

3976-3-575-576-November 18, 1779: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order. Cannot read.

3977-3-575-576-November 18. 1779: Top right document. Mary Starling received $6.00 from Capt. John Rogers for use her wheat patch to pasture his horse.

3978-3-575-576-November 18, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Rogers paid for 2 quarts of ? for use of his co. Names: M. Davis, Frinces? Vovell?

3979-3-575-576-November 18, 1779: Bottom left document. Payment for 137 pounds of pork. Names: Frinces? Vovell?, Capt. John Rogers.

3980-3-575-576-November 21, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Perault order for rations for 5 officers, 1 woman, 1 bowman and 2 negroes of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

3981-3-577-578-November 19, 1779: Top document. Sam Taliferro received $4.00 from soldier Joseph Barnett for breakfast of Capt. John Rogers corps.

3982-3-577-578-November 7, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the Lewis family and sick at the Kaskaskia hospital as well as an order for rations for 16 men, 1 woman and 1 child at Kaskaskia.

3983-3-577-578-November 17, 1779: Third document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for ration of 200 pounds of flour and a bushel and half of salt for 6 hunters.

3984-3-577-578-November 17, 1779: Fourth document on right. John Bell was paid by James Merriwether for lodging. Names: John Brown.

3985-3-577-578-November 22, 1779: Fifth document on left. Lieut. Michael Perault order for 2 day ration for 1 soldier of Capt. Richard McCarty Co.

3986-3-577 -578-November 21, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 3 day ration for 5 men in his company.

3987-3-579-581-November 17, 1779: Top document. Lieut. John Montgomery order for 6 day ration for 1 artificer.

3988-3-579-581-November 18, 1779: Second document on left. Patt Kennedy at Kaskaskia certified Monsieur Charleville had delivered 1,300 pounds of flour to Fort Clark on October 11, 1779 for use of the troops.

3989-3-579-581-November 28, 1779: Third document on left. Frederick S. Guion order for 3 day rations for 7 men, 2 children and 1 woman in Capt. Richard Harrison co. at Fort Clark.

3990-3-579-581-November 19, 1779: Fourth document on right. David Wood was paid 2 pounds by Capt. John Rogers for a quart of salt.

3991-3-579-581-November 22, 1779: Bottom document. Statement of William Bell to Capt. John Rogers for meals.

3992-3-582-583-November 26, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Michael Perault order for 5 day ration.

3993-3-582-583-November 20, 1779: Second document. Frederick S. Guion order for 2 day ration for 7 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison Co.

3994-3-582-583-November 4, 1779: Third document on left. Capt. John Williams order for rations for

3994-3-582-583-November 4, 1779-Continued: the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia hospital.

3995-3-582-583-November 13, 1779: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Williams order for ration for 19 men, 1 woman and 1 child in his company at Kaskaskia.

3996-3-582-583-November 13, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher order to issue 12 flour rations for hunting.

3997-3-584-585-November 27, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Michael Perault order 6 day rations for Samuel Watkins.

3998-3-584-585-November 20, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day rations for 5 hunters at Fort Clark.

3999-3-584-585-November 19, 1779: Bottom right document. John Miller's statement for expenses for lodging and supplies for troops of Capt. John Rogers. Items were fodder, oats, beef, brandy. Names: Morgan Fenz.

4000-3-586-November 12, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for William Shaw and wife at Fort Clark.

4001-3-586-November 12, 1779: Center left document. Incomplete. Capt. John Williams certified that Mr. Lewis, who was an attendant for the sick in the Kaskaskia

4001-3-586-November 12, 1779-Continued: Hospital was entitled to be paid for 111 days.

4002-3-586-November 12, 1779: Center right document on right. Capt. John Williams requested 3 day ration for 1 man.

4003-3-586-November 17, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 16 men of Capt. Richard Harrison co.

4004-3-587-588-November 12, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order 2 day mess for 8 officers, 2 boys and 1 wash woman.

4005-3-587-588-November 13, 1779: Second document. John Minnot? was paid for dinners, lodging, fodder and pasture for 5 horses of Capt. John Rogers.

4006-3-587-588-November 12, 1779: Third document on left. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for 4 officers, 1 woman, 2 bowman and 2 negroes of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery mess.

4007-3-587-588-November 12, 1779: Fourth document on right. Rations issued for 8 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Frederick S. Guion, Capt. John Williams.

4008-3-587-588-November 2, 1779: Bottom document. Rations issued for Doctor Ray and Lieut. Girault.

BOX 621 -FOLDER 47

ACCOUNTS-DECEMBER 1779

Frames #589-604

10 documents filmed on 13 frames.

4009-3-590-591 -December 31, 1779: List of rations for rations issued for December 27-December 31, 1779 for troops at Fort Patrick Henry under command of Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Number of officers and rank and file for companies of Captains: Todd, Taylor, Evans and Shelby. There were 19 rank and file and 6 others. Names: John Wilson.

4010-3-592-December 1, 1779: Certification that Mr. Daniel Leet? provided a receipt for funds left in account of John Bowman, who served as Deputy Pay Master General of the Western District. Cannot identify other names.

4011-3-593-December 5, 1779: List of rations issued for December 1-December 5, 1779 for troops at Fort Patrick Henry under command of Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Number of officers and rank and file for companies of Captains: Taylor, Todd, Evans, Killer, and Shelby. There were 25 rank in file and 14 others. Names: John Wilson.

4012-3-594-595-December 6, 1779: George Flanigan and John E. Williams supplied 839 pounds of buffalo beef for troops of the Illinois Department at Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark.

4013-3-596-597-December 3, 1779: Bill of [Oliver] Pollock. Written in French. Names: ? Powell.

4014-3-598-December 27, 1779: List of rations issued December 20-December 27, 1779 for troops at Fort Patrick Henry under command of Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Number of officers and rank and file for companies of Captains: Todd, Taylor, Shelby, and Evans. There were 23 rank and file and 7 others. Names: John Wilson.

4015-3-599-600-December 19, 1779: List of rations issued December 13-December 19, 1779 at Fort Patrick Henry for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Number of officers and rank and file for companies of Captains: Taylor, Todd, Evans, and Shelby. There were 30 rank and file and 7 others but an additional 36 Artillery men. Names: John Wilson.

4016-3-601-December 12, 1779: List of rations issued December 9-December 12, 1779 at Fort Patrick Henry for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Number of officers and rank and file for companies of Captains: Todd, Taylor, Evans, Shelby, and Kellar. There were 23 rank and file and 8 others. Names: John Wilson.

4017-3-602-December 6, 1779: Capt. John Rogers' expenses for lodging, pasture for horses, fodder, and corn. Names: George Fant.

4018-3-603-604-December 12, 1779: Contract and agreement between Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of the Illinois Regiment and Charles Charleville of the village of Kaskaskia. Charleville was engaged to supply troops at Fort Clark the following: wild and tame beef, pork, wood, bear meat until January 1, 1779. The agreement also stated Charleville was not obligated to supply more than 70 rations per day in case more troops were at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy.

BOX 621-FOLDER 48

PAPERS-DECEMBER 1779

Frames #605-613

18 documents filmed on 8 frames.

4019-3-606-December 8, 1779: Top left document. James Trabue at Boonesboro, Kentucky certified Jacob Starns was a soldier in Capt. Gass company and had supplied his own rations for 69 days from September 10 to December 8, 1779.

4020-3-606-December 8, 1779: Top right document. James Trabue at Boonesboro, Kentucky certified John McNell was a soldier in Capt. Logan company and had supplied his own rations from October 17 to December 8, 1779.

4021-3-606-December 24, 1779: Bottom document. Account of strayed cattle impressed by Capt. Benjamin Logan from May 31, 1779 to December 24, 1779 for use of militia under command of Col. John Bowman at Fort Araps. Description, color and brand mark given for each animal, which was impressed.

4022-3-607-December 20, 1779: Top left document. Faded. James Trabue at Logan's Fort, Kentucky County, certified William Grimes and John McCormack had served as soldiers in Capt. Logan company and had supplied their own rations.

4023-3-607-December 8, 1779: Top right document. James Trabue in Kentucky County certified Samuel South was a soldier in Capt. Holder's company and had supplied his own rations at Boonesboro for 99 days from October 1 until December 8, 1779.

4024-3-607-December 8, 1779: Center document. Faded. James Trabue at Logan's Fort, Kentucky certified Samuel Garten was a soldier and had supplied his own rations 123 days.

4025-3-607-December 8, 1779; Bottom document. James Trabue in Kentucky County certified John and Richard Glover were soldiers in Capt. Logan company and supplied their own rations from September 1 to December 8, 1779.

4026-3-608-610-December 24, 1779: Top document. Samuel Desyon and William Fhniel appraised a lost bull for use of the troops at Fort Araphs.

4027-3-608-610-December 8, 1779: Second document on left. James Trabue at Boonesboro in Kentucky County certified George Carlisle was a soldier in Capt. Gass company and supplied his own rations 99 days from September 1, 1779 to December 8, 1779.

4028-3-608-610-December 8, 1779: Third document on right. Daniel Trabue certified Benjamin Pettit was an ensign in Capt. John Logins [Logan] company supplied his rations 155 days from July 6 to December 8, 1779.

4029-3-608-610-December 8, 1779: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

4030-3-608-610-No date: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue half pound of power to W. Clark.

4031-3-611-612-December 8, 1779: Top document. James Trabue in Kentucky County certified Ensign John South Sr. and John South Jr., who were in Capt. May's company, supplied their own rations 99 days from September 1 to December 8, 1779.

4032-3-611-612-December 8, 1779: Second document. James Trabue in Kentucky County certified Joseph Procter, Nicolas Procter, John Keller and John Finely served in Capt. Gass company and had supplied their rations for 20 days from September 14, 1779 to December 8, 1779

4033-3-611-612-December 8, 1779: Third document on left. James Trabue in Kentucky County certified Samuel Briggs and Matthew Patterson had supplied corn for 26 days while serving in Capt. John Logan's company.

4034-3-611-612-December 8, 1779: Fourth document on right. James Trabue received 1 bushel of corn from Mical Bardringer for use of the troops at Boonesboro.

4035-3-611-612-December ?, 1779: Bottom document. Powder issued to make cartridges. Names: Capt. Robert George, Gunner ? Liney?, George Rogers Clark.

4036-3-613-December 8, 1779: List of James Trabue of Kentucky County certifying several soldiers had supplied their own rations. Names: Nicholas Proctor, James Proctor, Matthew Horn, Capt. Holder, John Pleak, Jesse Conway, Peter Harper, Benjamin White. References to Boonesboro.

BOX 621-FOLDER 49

VOUCHERS-DECEMBER 1779

Frames #614-695

200 documents filmed on 81 frames.

4037-3-615-618-December 27, 1779: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 10 men, 1 woman and 1 child in Capt. Richard Harrison co at Kaskaskia.

4038-3-615-618-December 21, 1779: Second document on left. Faded. Rations issued.

4039-3-615-618-December ?, 1779: Third document on right. Unable to read any of the four copies.

4040-3-615-618-December 3, 1779: Fourth document. Monsieur Pouree was paid $ 610 by Oliver Pollock for 10 months and 5 days of wages for employment in delivering goods shipped by Oliver Pollock to Illinois by order of Congress but now supposed to be for use of the state of Virginia.

4041-3-619-620-December 4, 1779: Top document. Frederick S. Guion order for 2 day rations for 2 women and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison com.

4042-3-619-620-December 3, 1779: Second left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for his mess at Fort Clark.

4043-3-619-620-December 3, 1779: Third document on right. Capt. John Rogers paid $30.00 to Tegro Tom for wood. Names: Rice Curtis.

4044-3-619-620-December 1, 1779: Fourth document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 30 pounds of flour and 20 pounds of beef.

4045-3-619-620-December 2, 1779: Fifth document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for 8 men of the artillery.

4046-3-619-620-December 4, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 15 men and 1 woman.

4047-3-619-620-December 3, 1779: Bottom right document. Written in French. Names: Joseph Brazeau, Patt Kennedy at Fort Clark.

4048-3-621-622-December 4, 1779: Top left document. Chilton Ransdell at Rappahannock Forge was paid for a note received by him for use of James Hunter.

4049-3-621-622-December 3, 1779: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order at Kaskaskia for rations for 15 men, 1 woman and 1 child in his company.

4050-3-621-622-December 1, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for 4 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: Lieut. Robert D. Clark.

4051-3-621-622-December 9, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort

4051-3-621-622-December 9, 1799-Continued: Clark for rations.

4052-3-621-622-December 3, 1779: Bottom right document. Chilton Ransdell was paid for half a bushel of corn purchased by Capt. John Rogers. Names: Fran Asman.

4053-3-623-December 5, 1779: Top left document. Vegro Vee was paid 3 pounds for transporting baggage for Capt. John Rogers. Names: Hugh Fergison. Rogers also paid $10.00 to Bencrem Martin for transporting a horse and wagon.

4054-3-623-December 5, 1779: Top right document. Thomas Hay paid John Chishum for dinner and feed for horses.

4055-3-623-December 5, 1779: Bottom left document. Vegro Tom was paid for keeping 3 horses.

4056-3-623-December ?, 1779: Bottom center document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for 5 officers, 1 woman, 1 bowman and 2 negroes of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery co.

4057-3-623-December 5, 1779: Bottom right document. Frederick S. Guion and Capt. John Williams order for 4 day rations for 1 man, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co.

4058-3-624-625-December 4, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark to

4058-3-624-625-December 4, 1779-Continued: issue corn meal to artificer ? Baker.

4059-3-624-625-December 6, 1779: Center document. Thomas Carter sold 306 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the troops at Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark.

4060-3-624-625-December 9, 1779: Bottom left document. Michael Perault order for 2 day ration for 2 officers and 1 soldier.

4061-3-624-625-December 8, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the Lewis family and sick at Kaskaskia hospital.

4062-3-626-December 5, 1779: Top document. James Finn received 2 loads of wood from Madam Delelbi for use of Fort Clark garrison.

4063-3-626-December 7, 1779: Center left document. Patt Kennedy received 200 pounds of flour for use of troops at Fort Clark from Monsieur Racine.

4064-3-626-December 6, 1779: Center right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested rations for 6 men of Capt. Robert George company of Artillery.

4065-3-626-December 3, 1779: Bottom document. William Merriwether paid George Fant for forage for horses.

4066-3-627-628-December 6, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 30 pounds of flour and meat for Jashon Bakron Ammon?

4067-3-627-628-December 11, 1779: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order for ration for 2 artificer.

4068-3-627-628-December 9, 1779: Center left document. Frederick S. Guion received 7 loads of wood from Monsieur Damie Bovey for use at Fort Clark.

4069-3-627-628-December 9, 1779: Center right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 14 men, and 1 woman in Capt. Richard Harrison co.

4070-3-627-628-December 9, 1779: Bottom left document. James Finn received 2 loads of wood for use of the Fort Clark garrison.

4071-3-627-628-December 7, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for rations for 3 artillery men of Capt. John Williams co.

4072-3-629-December 8, 1779: Top document. Hay was bought for Capt. John Rogers. Names: William Merriwether, Joseph Dunian?

4073-3-629-December 7, 1779: Center left document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the Lewis family and sick at Kaskaskia hospital.

4074-3-629-December 7, 1779: Center right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 6 day rations for 1 artificer.

4075-3-629-December 9, 1779: Bottom document. William Jones was paid 168 pounds and 16 shillings by Capt. John Rogers for sundry articles. Names: Nathaniel Krelman?

4076-3-630-631-December 7, 1779: Top left document. Fragments. List of rations issued for Capt. James Shelby for 3 days. Names: Sergeant Edward Taylor, Capt. John Williams.

4077-3-630-631-December 7, 1779: Top center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for mess ration.

4078-3-630-631-December 8, 1779: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 13 men, 1 woman, and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co.

4079-3-630-631-December 10, 1779: Bottom document. James Finn received 5 loads of wood from Monsieur Beavinue for use of Fort Clark garrison.

4080-3-632-December 7, 1779: Top left document. Expenses for corn, fodder and supper for Capt. John Rogers. Names: Joseph James, William Bruce.

4081-3-632-December 9, 1779: Top right document. Fodder sold. Names: Matthew Merriwether, Rowley Smith.

4082-3-632-December 10, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers account for expenses of corn, hay, supper, care of sick men, lodging and whiskey. Names: Francis Ash?, Robert Lasby.

4083-3-633-December 10, 1779: Top document. State of Virginia expenses for Capt. John Rogers for corn, meal, and fodder. Names: Robert Cattel, Jeremiah Orean.

4084-3-633-December 11, 1779: Center left document. ? Hicks was paid $3.00 by Capt. John Rogers for hay.

4085-3-633-December 11, 1779: Center right document. Capt. William Harrod order for rations for 52 men of his company.

4086-3-633-December 10, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 5 officers, 1 woman, 1 bowman and 2 negroes of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

4087-3-634-December 15, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 4 day ration for 8 men, 2 women in Capt. Richard Harrison co.

4088-3-634-December 12, 1779: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the Lewis family and sick in the Kaskaskia Hospital.

4089-3-634-December 12, 1779: Second document. Frederick S. Guion received 500 pounds of flour from Charles Charleville for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

4090-3-634-December 12, 1779: Third document on left. Patt Kennedy received 40 pounds of buffalo beef from Racy Humrie for use of the troops.

4091-3-634-December 11, 1779: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for 1 man and 1 wash woman.

4092-3-634-December 3, 1779: Bottom document. Payment to H. Charleville by James Finn at Fort Clark.

4093-3-635-636-December 18, 1779: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order for 15 men, 1 woman and 1 child in his company. at Fort Clark.

4094-3-635-636-December 18, 1779: Top right document. Ration for 2 days for 4 men of Capt. John Williams artillery. Names: Charles Morgan.

4095-3-635-636-December 12, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 4 day ration for 1 man, 1 woman and 2 children.

4096-3-635-636-December 12, 1779: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy received 700 pounds of flour for use of the troops at Fort Clark from Capt. Janist.

4097-3-637-638-December 19, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 8 day mess for 5 of his company.

4098-3-637-638-December 15, 1779: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for 4 artillery men.

4099-3-637-638-December 16, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day mess rations for 9 persons.

4100-3-637-638-December 12, 1779: Bottom left document. Ration order for Capt. James Shelby company for 3 days listed number of officers and rank and file. Names: Sergeant Edward Taylor, Capt. John Williams.

4101-3-637-638-December 16, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. John Rogers paid Philip Beck for pasture of horses.

4102-3-639-December 14, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day rations for 1 artificer.

4103-3-639-December 13, 1779: Center left document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations

4103-3-639-December 13, 1779-Continued: for 16 men, 2 wash women and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4104-3-639-December 13, 1779: Center right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the Lewis family and sick at Kaskaskia hospital.

4105-3-639-December 16, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. R. D. Clark order for rations for 16 men, 2 wash women, and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4106-3-639-December 15, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 6 day rations for a man in Capt. John Williams company at Fort Clark.

4107-3-640-December 16, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 30 pounds of flour for Monsieur Backin the armer [armorbearer].

4108-3-640-December 15, 1779: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for his men at Kaskaskia.

4109-3-640-December 16, 1779: Center document. Michael Perault order for 3 day ration for (?), Girault, himself, and doctor.

4110-3-640-December 16, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers paid $120.00 for 4 pair of shoes at Winchester. Names: James Dowdall, Randy? Dowdall. Document 4111-3-641-642-December ?, 1779: Top left document. Ration of 30 pounds of flour.

4112-3-641-642-December 18, 1779: Center left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 3 day rations for 4 men and 2 women in Capt. Robert George artillery.

4113-3-641-642-December 18, 1779: Center right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 30 pounds of flour and meat for 2 days to an armorbearer at Fort Clark.

4114-3-641-642-December 11, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. William Harrod order to issue 16 day ration of flour and salt for 1 man of Capt. James Harrod co.

4115-3-643-644-December 15, 1779: Top document. James Finn received 8 loads of wood for Fort Clark garrison from Capt. Charleville.

4116-3-643-644-December 20, 1779: Center document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Major Francois Bosseron had furnished corn and a calf for use of the troops at Fort Patrick henry. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

4117-3-643-644-December 17, 1779: Bottom left document. Expenses for Capt. John Rogers while he was collecting recruits for Frederick C. J. Items listed on the bill were cost for meals of supper, dinner and breakfast and a bowl of toddy. Names: Mr. Merriwether, James Pierse, Edward McGuire.

4118-3-643-644-December 13, 1779; Bottom right document. M. Perault order for rations at Fort Clark.

4119-3-645-646-December 16, 1779: Top left document. John Williams, Jr. order for 3 day rations for 6 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Robert George Artillery co.

4120-3-645-646-December 25, 1779: Top right document. John Williams order for 4 day rations for 4 men of Capt. John Williams Artillery company.

4121-3-645-646-December 16, 1779: Center document. Rations for 4 days issued for 1 man, 1 woman and 2 children of Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Capt. John Williams, Frederick S. Guion.

4122-3-645-646-December 17, 1779: Bottom left document. John Williams requested Charles Charlevile to issue 1 small bag of corn.

4123-3-645-646-December 22, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 3 day mess ration for 5 of his company.

4124-3-647-December 20, 1779: Top document. Frederick S. Guion received 121 pounds of flour from Monsieur Joseph Braseau for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

4125-3-647-December 26, 1779: Center document. Henry Crutcher order for rations for 3 men of the hunting camp.

4126-3-647-December 17, 1779: Bottom left document. Henry Crutcher request for 3 day ration of flour for 2 men at Fort Clark.

4127-3-647-December 29, 1779: Bottom right document. Henry Crutcher order for 4 day ration for 2 hunters at Fort Clark.

4128-3-648-649-December 18, 1779: Top document. Thomas Bull supplied 4 bushels of salt at Falls of Ohio for use of troops in the Western Department. Names: J. Donne, Col. Clark,

4129-3-648-649-December 27, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for mess ration for 5.

4130-3-648-649-December 31, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 6 day ration for 1 artificer.

4131-3-648-649-December 31, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for mess ration for Capt. James Shaw.

4132-3-648-649-December 29, 1779: Bottom center document. Michael Perault order at Fort Clark for rations for 16 men, 2 women, and 4 children of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4133-3-648-649-December 31, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order at Fort Patrick Henry for ration for agent interpreter of the indian department.

4134-3-650-651-December 27, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for ration for 2 artificers and 1 wash woman.

4135-3-650-651-December 31, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for Capt. Robert George Artillery.

4136-3-650-651-December 5, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry for 5 day rations for 3 men and 1 woman in the Artillery co.

4137-3-650-651-December 12, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue 4 day rations to 4 men of Capt. Robert George Artillery co.

4138-3-650-651-December 25, 1779: Bottom left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 3 day mess ration for 5.

4139-3-650-651-December 26, 1779: Bottom right document. Henry Crutcher issued 60 pounds of flour for hunters.

4140-3-653-December 23, 1779: Top left document. George Rogers Clark paid $ 180 for making of 42 Document 4141-3-653-December 23, 1779-Continued: bushels of salt at Bullet Lick by Richard Chunoworth.

4142-3-653-December 17, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 6 day rations for 3 artificer.

4143-3-653-December 25, 1779: Third document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson received 23 pounds of wild meat from Zephaniah Blackford for the officers mess.

4144-3-653-December 31, 1779: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 5 day ration and half for 3 artificers at Fort Patrick Henry.

4145-3-653-December 27, 1779: Fifth document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 10 day rations for 1 artificer and 1 wash woman.

4146-3-653-December 17, 1779: Sixth document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 7 day ration for 3 artificers and 1 wash woman.

4147-3-653-December 26, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Clark issued 3 day ration for 16 men, 1 woman and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: R. D. Clark, John Williams.

4148-3-654-December 10, 1779: Top left document. Fort Patrick Henry issued indian meal and meat for hunters. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

4149-3-654-December 25, 1779: Third document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue rations for 7 men and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George artillery company at Fort Patrick Henry.

4150-3-654-December 21, 1779: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 3 day rations for 6 men and 2 women in Capt. Robert George Artillery company.

4151-3-654-December 21, 1779: Fifth document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 4 day rations for 1 artificers and 1 wash woman.

4152-3-654-December 22, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order 3 day rations for hunters at Fort Patrick Henry.

4153-3-655-656-December 23, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 559 pounds of Buffalo Beef, 838 pounds of pork and 85 pounds of fresh beef from Charles Charleville for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

4154-3-655- 656-December 26, 1779: Second document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day rations to 3 artificers.

4155-3-655-656-December 3, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson received 55 pounds of wild meat from Zephaniah Blackford for the officers mess.

4156-3-655-656-December 22, 1779: Fourth document on left. Written in French. Service provided by Monsieur Janis Aura la Bonte to cross the Mississippi at Fort Clark. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

4157-3-655-656-December 25, 1779: Fifth document on right. Michael Perault requested rations for 16 men, 1 woman and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co. at Fort Clark.

4158-3-655-656-December 24, 1779: Bottom document. Kaskaskia issued 2 day rations for 16 men, 1 woman and 1 child in Capt. John Williams co.

4159-3-657-658-December 23, 1779: Top document. Laurence Slaughter paid Edmond Yant for 59 pounds of beef.

4160-3-657-658-December 21, 1779: Second document on left. Surgeon Ray requested 7 day rations for 7 persons.

4161-3-657-658-December 30, 1779: Third document on right. Kaskaskia issued rations for 4 men, 1 woman and 1 child in Capt. John Williams co.

4162-3-657-658-December 24, 1779: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 3 day mess ration for 9.

4163-3-657-658-December 23, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 4 day ration for 1 armorbearer and 2 wash woman.

4164-3-659-December 28, 1779: Top left document. Robert Greg was paid by Capt. John Rogers for oats, fodder for 1 night.

4165-3-659-December 25, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day rations for 1 artificer and 1 woman.

4166-3-659-December 21, 1779: Second document on left. Capt. John Rogers paid $76 for provisions furnished his men while they stopped by the ice drifting in the Potomac River to Balser Shokor? Names: William Aylen Booth.

4167-3-659-December 28, 1779: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams order to issue 4 day rations for sick and nurse in Kaskaskia hospital.

4168-3-659-December 28, 1779: Fourth document. Faded. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations.

4169-3-659-December 29, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 3 day mess at Fort Clark.

4170-3-660-661-December 21, 1779: Top left document. Capt. John Rogers paid $15.00 for 7 picks?

4171-3-660-661-December 21, 1779-Continued: provided by Robert Gregg while his company stopped at the Potomac River.

4172-3-660-661-December 21, 1779: Top right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 7 day rations for 2 artificers.

4173-3-660-661-December 25, 1779: Center left document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 2 day ration for 8 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Robert George Artillery co.

41374-3-660-661-December 24, 1779: Center right document. Kaskaskia issued rations for 17 men, 1 woman and 1 child in Capt. John Williams company.

4175-3-660-661-December 9, 1779: Bottom document. Frederick S. Guion received 5 loads of wood from Monsieur Joseph Brazia for use at Fort Clark garrison.

4176-3-662-December 24, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 300 pounds of indian meal for the troops at Fort Clark from Monsieur Charles Charleville.

4177-3-662-December 28, 1779: Second document. Rations issued for artillery company of Capt. John Williams. Names: Sergeant Charles Morgan.

4178-3-662-December 22, 1779: Third document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery requested 12

4179-3-662-December 22, 1779-Continued: pounds of flour.

4180-3-662-December 19, 1779: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Williams order for mess for 10 persons.

4181-3-662-December 21, 1779: Bottom document. Sergeant Charles Morgan requested rations for 4 men of Capt. John Williams Artillery company.

4182-3-663 -664-December 19, 1779: Top left document. Fort Clark issued 3 day rations for 18 men, 2 wash women and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: Lieut. R. D. Clark.

4183-3-663-664-December 24, 1779: Center left document. John Williams requested 4 day rations for 9 persons.

4184-3-663-664-December 19, 1779: Center right document. Faded. John Ferguson? received $30.00 from Capt. John Rogers.

4185-3-663-664-December 18, 1779: Bottom left document. Patt Kennedy received 327 pounds of salt pork, 620 pounds of beef, and 12 bushels of corn for use of the state of Virginia at Fort Clark from Monsieur Charles Charleville.

4186-3-663-664-December 17, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Perault requested 3 day rations for

4187-3-663-664-December 17, 1779-Continued: himself and 1 man.

4188-3-665-December 2, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 3 day mess ration for 5.

4189-3-665-December 22, 1779: Center left document. Surgeon Ray order for 4 day ration for 1.

4190-3-665-December 24, 1779: Center right document. Patt Kennedy received 20 loads of wood for Fort Clark garrison from Monsieur Coco.

4191-3-665-December 3, 1779: Bottom document. Michael Perault requested 5 day ration.

4192-3-666-667-December ?, 1779: Top left document. Incomplete. Fragments of words are Kaskaskia, regiment, Excellency and Virginia.

4193-3-666-667-December 28, 1779: Top right document. Thomas Phillips supplied 540 pounds of buffalo beef for the troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark, J. Donne.

4194-3-666-667-December 5, 1779: Center document. James Finn received 5 loads of wood for Fort Clark garrison from Monsieur Beauvais.

4195-3-666-667-December ?, 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete. Rations? for James Green, William Posten, Benjamin Lewis, wife and 2 children, Thomas Botton, wife and 2 children, Hyrum Herrington, Nathaniel Thatcher, William Thatcher?, and Frederick S. Guion.

4196-3-668-669-December 3, 1779: Top document. John Phillips supplied 623 pounds of buffalo beef for the troops of the Illinois Department at the [Falls of Ohio]. Names: George Rogers Clark, J. Donne.

4197-3-668-669-December 13, 1779: Center document. James Finn received 3 loads of wood for Fort Clark garrison from Jaim Boavey.

4198-3-668-669-December 12, 1779: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy received 700 pounds of fresh beef for the troops at Fort Clark from Charles Charleville.

4199-3-670-671-December 2, 1779: Top left document. William Goodin? sold 140 pounds of buffalo meat to Lieut. Edmond?

4200-3-670-671-December 5, 1779: Top right document. James Cunningham received $5.00 from Thomas Hey for breakfast.

4201-3-670-671-December 10, 1779: Third document on right. Lieut. R. D. Clark order to Fort Clark for 3 day rations for 16 men, 2 wash women, and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4203-3-670-671-December 8, 1779: Fourth document. James Finn certified Vital Boavy's cart was used 1 day to bring wood to Fort Clark garrison.

4204-3-670-671-December 9, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton request for 3 day rations for men of Capt. Robert George Artillery company. Names: William Leshumble.

4205-3-672-673-December 12, 1779: Top left document. Kaskaskia issued rations for Capt. John Williams company. Officers and Rank and file are given.

4206-3-672-673-December 31, 1779: Top right document. Fort Patrick Henry issue 5 day rations for 7 men and 1 woman in the Artillery Co. of Capt. Robert George. names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

4207-3-672-673-December 11, 1779: Third document. Frederick S. Guion received 400 pounds of corn meal for use of the Fort Clark troops from Monsieur Bettice Charleville.

4208-3-672-673-December ?, 1779: Fourth document. Capt. John Rogers paid 175 pounds and 14 shillings for expenses for himself and fodder to William Craghill, Jr. at Fredericksburg Dumbury. Testator: David Henderson.

4209-3-672-673-December 7, 1779: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy received 950 pounds of flour for the troops at Fort Clark from Capt. Placy [Duplascy].

4210-3-674-675-December 27, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington bought 250 pounds of beef for use of the recruits for the Illinois Regiment at Harrodsburg from William George McAfee.

4211-3-674-675-December 25, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 6 day ration for 1 artificer.

4212-3-674-675-December 11, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Brown sold 311 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the Illinois Department of troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark, Frank Dodge and Frederick Dunsfield?

4213-3-676-677-November 17, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy paid Monsieur Baptist Charleville at Kaskaskia for loads of wood, 8 bushels of corn, 2 ax, 2 casks, 51 loads of hay and 1 ladder, which Charleville had been borrowed to stack hay but was lost.

4214-3-676-677-December 21, 1779: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for the Lewis family and sick at the Kaskaskia hospital.

4215-3-676-677-December 16, 1779: Bottom center document. Capt. John Williams order rations for the sick, Lewis family and attendants at the Kaskaskia hospital.

4216-3-676-677-December 16, 1779: Bottom right document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 9 persons.

4217-3-678-679-November 27, 1779: Top document. John Phillips sold 345 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the Illinois Department troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark, James Dabney.

4218-3-678-679-November 29, 1779: Bottom document. Thomas Phillips sold 325 pounds of buffalo meat for use of the Illinois Department troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark, James Dabney.

4219-3-680-681-December 9, 1779: Top document. Capt. Placy sold pitch and oakum for use of the state of Virginia at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

4220-3-680-681-December 4, 1779: Center document. Fort Clark issued 3 day ration for 2 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: Frederick S. Guion, J.? Williams. Verso has reference to [Patt] Kennedy, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, gentlemen officers and soldiers of the garrison.

4221-3-680-681-December 8, 1779: Bottom left document. Fort Clark issued ammunition for 14 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: R. D. Clark, Capt. John Williams.

4222-3-680-681-December 24, 1779: Bottom right document. Thomas Phillips sold 181 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the Illinois Department troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark.

4223-3-682-683-December 20, 1779: Top document. George Flanigan sold 406 pounds of buffalo beef for

4223-3-682-683-December 20, 1779-Continued: use of the Illinois Department troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark, Boson Damewood.

4224-3-682-683-December 29, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Written in French. An order to deliver 2000 skins? Names: Michael Perault, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Charles Charleville.

4225-3-684-685-December 1779: Top document. Bill of exchange sent November 15, 1779 by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to Monsieur Beau Lellill for services at Fort Clark.

4226-3-684-685-December 31, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Vouchers for 76 pounds of flour.

4227-3-686-687-December?, 1779: Top document. Monsieur Janist was paid for pork, flour and beef.

4228-3-686-687-December 24, 1779: Bottom left document. James Bovey sold 400 pounds of flour for use of the troops at Fort Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

4229-3-686-687-December 4, 1779: Bottom right document. Burr Harrison was paid for oats, whiskey, rum grog, and lodging by Capt. John Rogers.

4230-3-688-689-December 12, 1779: Top document. M. Winston provided 30 loads of wood for Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4231-3-688-689-December 18, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery requested Monsieur Charleville to provide a bag of coles [coals].

4232-3-688-689-December 30, 1779: Bottom left document. Faded. Unable to read.

4233-3-688-689-December ?, 1779: Bottom right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for 3 men and 1 woman in Col. Todd co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

4234-3-690-691-December 11, 1779: Top document. John Phillips sold 400 pounds of buffalo beef for the Illinois Department troops at Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark, Thomas Carter.

4235-3-690-691-December 11, 1779: Second document. Thomas Carter sold 202 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the Illinois Department troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark, Thomas Phillips.

4236-3-690-691-December 11, 1779: Third document. Thomas Phillips sold 350 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the Illinois Department troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark, Thomas Carter.

4237-3-690-691-December 4, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Clark issued 3 day rations for 14 men, 2 washerwomen, and 4 children belonging to company of Capt. Richard McCarty. Names: R. D. Clark, John Williams.

4238-3-692-693-December 14, 1779: Top left document. Robert Ivers sold 604 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the Illinois Department troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark.

4239-3-692-693-December 19, 1779: Top right document. Fort Clark issued 30 pounds of flour, 20 pounds of indian meal, and 20 pounds of beef to the armorbearers. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

4240-3-692-693-December 16, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Monsieur Charles Charleville supplied sugar and corn for Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4241-3-694-695-December 17, 1779: Top document. Thomas Phillips sold 14 pounds of tallow for use of the Illinois Department troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark.

4242-3-694-695-December 20, 1779: Bottom document. Samuel Harrod and Samuel Brown provided 260 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the Illinois Department troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne, George Rogers Clark.

BOX 621-FOLDER 50

MISC. [ACCOUNTS, LISTS OF BILLS, ETC.] 1779

Frames #696-738

26 documents filmed on 42 frames.

4243-3-697-700-December 1779: Accounting of bounty money for 36 unnamed recruits paid by Capt. John Girault. Signed by George Rogers Clark. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

4244-3-701-November 6, 1779: Top document. Incomplete. Andrew Clark was a soldier with the state of Virginia from November 6, 1779 -[ rest of document missing]

4245-3-701-November 13, 1779: Bottom document. William Shannon order to issue 2 day rations for 8 men.

4246-3-702-704-June 6, 1780: Abstract of bills drawn by General George Rogers Clark on Oliver Pollock from July 15, 1778-June 6, 1780. Nine columns provide data for date of bill, by whom drawn, on whom drawn, in whose favor drawn, on what amount and for what, receipts, bills, amount and number of voucher. Names: Jean Baptist Lafont, Joseph Bowman, Monsieur Perault, Gabriel Cerre, Mr. Pratt, Andrew Logan, Charles Charleville, Anthony Morrison, Mr. Mallard, Peter Cournoyer, Francois Bosseron, Joseph Perault, Bennett Vergue, Mr. Darall, Mr. Vigo, (?) Haberdeau, Mr. Larprey, Jean S. Chargreen, P. Godon, Andrew Fargott, (?) Rapicault, Mr. Pougren, Charles Graitoit, Mr. Dolcherrel, Joseph Placey, Thomas Bentley. Many names are listed more than once.

4247-3-705-707-1779: State of Depreciation of the Continental & State Bills of Credit in Illinois for 1779. Frame 706 is the beginning portion of the document, which has been separated in two parts. Reference shows the valuation of money from May 1 for Col. Montgomery's arrival at Kaskaskia, Fort Vincennes and Cahokia until November 15, 1779. Certified by George Rogers Clark.

4248-3-708-709-November 4, 1779: Top document. Two ruffle shirts at such price in money as such will sell in Kentucky when we arrive. Names: Capt. James Shelby. Other items were medicine and provisions for attendants. Reference to Mr. Goodin, who was an interpreter.

4249-3-708-709-1779: Bottom document. Statement for silk, calico, cambric, breeches, handkerchiefs, cotton linen, which were sundry expenses of the Illinois governor at Harrodsburg.

4250-3-710-711-December 12, 1778: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account listing expenses for white cloth, blue cloth, public service of Mr. Gooding. Reference to Joseph Lindsay receipt and cash from the treasury.

4251-3-710-711-1779: Bottom document. Incomplete. List of rations issued [for troops under command] of Capt. Robert George at Fort Clark. Number of officers and rank and file given for Capt. Richard McCarty, Capt. Edward Worthington, Capt. John Williams and Capt. Abraham Keller.

4252-3-712-713-November 10, 1779: List of rations issued for Capt. Abraham Keller company at Fort Patrick Henry. Number of officers and rank an file are given including 1 wash woman.

4253-3-714-715-November 30, 1778: Abstract of bills drawn by Colonel David Rogers for 1778 and 1779. Two page document but portion of second page has been covered up and cannot be read. Nine columns provide data for date of bill, by whom drawn, on whom drawn, in whose favor drawn, on what amount and for what, receipts, bills, amount and number of voucher. Names: [Governor] Patrick Henry, Oliver Pollock, John Butler, Donald Bello, John Fitzpatrick, Anthony Bordou, Mr. Dupacn, Mr. Rebeace, Mr. Mettoyen, Mr. Beausoled. Expenses for carrying baggage, sundry articles etc. relating to the state of Virginia.

4254-3-716-719-January 14, 1779: Bills of Exchange taken by Mr. Nathan to Williamsburg for excpenses

4254-3-716-719-January 14, 1779-Continued: at Fort Clark from January 14, 1779-October 30, 1779. References to Vincennes, Kaskaskia, Falls of Ohio, Treasurer of Virginia, Francois Bosseron, George Rogers Clark, Pierre Gamelin, Joseph Pieredeau, Joseph Andrews, Mr. Rouchere, Col. Legras, Anthony Jamelin, Monsieur Charleville, Mr. Linn, Philip Legras, C. Charleville, Leonard Helm, William Shannon, Col. Todd, (?) Linetot, and Arch. Blair.

4255-3-720-721-November 19, 1779: Top document. Incomplete. Henry Crutcher order at Fort Clark to issue ? and taffia to 4 hunters.

4256-3-720-721-November ?, 1779: Second document. Incomplete. Rations issued for packing meat. Names: James Buchanan, John Locker?

4257-3-720-721-November 31, 1779: Third document. Rations for 2 days for 27 men of Lieut. Hugh McGary co. of Kentucky volunteers at Fort Vincent. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

4258-3-720-721-November 21, 1799: Bottom document. Rations for 3 days issued to indian interpreters. Names: Leonard Helm, Joseph Bowman.

4259-3-722-723-November ?, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue corn for forage to Anthoney Montra for Bowman's horse.

4260-3-722-723-November 2, 1779: Second document. Expenditure for linen at Fort Vincent for use of Col. Legras and others. Names: Leonard Helm.

4261-3-722-723-November 7, 1779: Third document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day rations for a soldier.

4262-3-722-723-May ?, 1779: Bottom document. Conductor General of Stores accounting for selling of 1 mare.

4263-3-724-725-November 24, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order for 3 day ration for 5 men.

4264-3-724-725-August ?, 1779: Bottom document. Accounts for supplying green cloth and French cloth and money drafts for Doctor Gibkins at St. Louis, Mr. Gratiot at Kohas, [Cahos], Mr. Harrison at Cohos and Mr. Laspy.

4265-3-726-728-December 1779: Simon Nathan's cloth account with the state of Virginia for October-November 1779. Names: Mr. Gooding, Madam Rochblaue, Capt. Winston, Leonard Helm, Lieut. Richard Brashear, Sherlock the Interpreter, Joseph Bowman, Laurence Slaughter, Henry Crutcher, James Finn, Mr. LaCroy, Mr. Beausegasd, M. Hanson and Col. Montgomery. Items listed were blue cloth, white cloth, public service, plates. References to Falls of Ohio, and interpreters.

4266-3-729-730-June-1779: Simon Nathan's account with the state of Virginia. Bills were payable by the Treasurer of Virginia with interest and tobacco. References to the depreciation of continental currency. A copy of bills were to be sent by Col. Filghmann with a copy of Nathan's letter to Edmond Randolph.

4267-3-731-734-1779: Joseph? Lindsay's notes explaining rations and provisions issued for the Illinois expedition for days of months of July through November of 1779. Notes indicate whether issued for expedition, spies, indians, volunteers and Indian Department.

4268-3-735-738-May-1779: Scale and state of depreciation of the continental and Virginia state bills of credit in Illinois from May of 1779 to November 15, 1779. Reference to the value of money when the regiment was at Kaskaskia and Fort Vincennes. George Rogers Clark certified table of depreciation by Col. Todd as just for the bills of Exchange drawn on the Governor or Treasurer of Virginia and were to be paid in silver if paid in New Orleans and by paper money if drawn on Virginia.

BOX 622-FOLDER 51

LETTERS-JANUARY 1780

Frames #739-743

2 documents filmed on 4 frames.

4269-3-740-741-January 26, 1780: Archibald Blair's extract from January 26, 1780 Virginia Council minutes which gave the Governor's instructions relative to remittance to Col. George Rogers Clark. The Governor recommended the Board of Trade draw Bills of Exchange on Monsieur Perett payable to George Rogers Clark, who was to dispose the funds to the best advantage. Clark was to distribute four fifths of the funds to Col. Legras and one fifth to Capt. Lintot for what was due to them. Clark was also to take measures to move other Bills of Exchange from Congress to be remitted by Monsieur Perett and to assure Legras and Lintot that the balance due them would be paid by the public within 1 year. The Board of Trade also advised the Governor to take measure to provide on the public account the use of lumber and beef on the Ohio [River] to be carried to New Orleans for payment of the public debt and to establish a fund in New Orleans for use.

4270-3-742-743-January 19, 1780: Capt. Robert Beall? of the Ninth Regiment certified he had gone to Philadelphia and went with Mr. Simon Nathan to purchase soldier clothing as ordered by the state of Virginia but could not purchase any for the prices limited by the Governor and Council since goods from Europe cost 25 to 20 per cent higher. Beall advised Nathan to to obtain approval from the Virginia Governor before purchasing but the demand from the different states was so great for soldiers clothing that the merchants advanced percentage needed.

BOX 622-FOLDER 52

ACCOUNTS-JANUARY 1780

Frames #744-763

12 documents filmed on 20 frames.

4271-3-745-January 30, 1780: Rations issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Willson at Fort Patrick Henry for January 24-30, 1780. Number of rations issued for 8 officers and 32 rank in file for companies of Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Todd, Capt. Jesse Evans and Capt. James Shelby.

4272-3-746-May 21, 1779: Report that Edward Richardson had lost a rifle with the mark of P. Grinter on the barrel. Names: W. Brayley?

4273-3-747-748-January 1, 1780: Account of expenses for Col. Slaughter owed to James Soulhall. Cost were for breakfast, dinner, lodging, grog, beer, and rum. Names: Samuel Trowers.

4274-3-749-750-January 26, 1780: Account of expenses for the government of Virginia for September 15, 1779-January 26, 1780 owed to Nicholas Janist for sundries for troops at Fort Patrick Henry. Items listed were loads of wood, cartridges, fresh beef, bags of bran, flour, trips of cart to the

4275-3-749 750-January 26, 1780-Continued: Mississippi River, corn, the loss of a negro's time for 19 days due to frost bit received on service of the state at a cost of $1.00 per day.

4276-3-751-753-January 28, 1780: Bill of Exchange issued for $249.66 on the Treasurer of [Virginia] for sundry articles, flour, pork and beef needed for the Commonwealth of Virginia troops commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark. Payment was due Nicholas Janist.

4277-3-754-755-January 13, 1780: Government of Virginia expenses for beef supplied at Natchez, payment of butcher and baker, blankets and funds given to Lieut. James Robertson for use of the troops at New Orleans. Bill submitted to Oliver Pollock.

4278-3-756-757-January 16, 1780: Rations issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Wilson at Fort Patrick Henry for January 9-16, 1780. Number of rations issued for 46 persons including 32 in rank and file of companies of Captains: Isaac Taylor, John Todd, James Shelby, and Jesse Evans. Names: John Wilson, (?) Dalton. Reference to artillery.

4279-3-758-759-January 23, 1780: Rations issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Willson at Fort Patrick Henry for January 17-23, 1780. Number of rations issued for 47 persons including 33 rank and file as well as commissioned and non commissioned officers in the companies of Captains: Isaac Taylor, John Todd, James Shelby and Jesse Evans. Names: John Willson.

4280-3-760-761-January 7, 1780: Rations issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Thomas Wilson at Fort Patrick Henry from January 1-7, 1780. Number of rations issued

4281-3-760-761-January 7, 1780: for 21 rank and file of 26 persons in companies of Captains: John Todd, Jesse Evans, James Shelby and Isaac Taylor. Names: John Wilson.

4282-3-762-January 25, 1780: Top document. Receipt for payments at Washenton [Washington] County for corn forage for horses of Colonel George Rogers company and 5 days [lodging] during trip to Pittsburgh, [Pennsylvania]. Names: Robert Benham, Thomas Maid, Joseph Darvist, Jacob Seer?, ? Paterson.

4283-3-762-January 29, 1780: Bottom document. Land Office Treasury Warrant No. 2330 to the surveyor of the Commonwealth of Virginia to lay off 560 acres in one or more surveys for George Rogers Clark due him for recruitment of his battalion in lieu of $750 bounty and in consideration of 224 pounds paid the public treasury and certified by the Auditors of public accounts to the Land Office.

4284-3-763-January 29, 1780: Land Office Treasury Warrant No. 2240 to the surveyor of any county within the Commonwealth of Virginia to lay off 560 acres in one or more surveys for George Rogers Clark due him in trust for recruitment of his battalion in lieu of $750 bounty in consideration of 224 pounds paid the public treasurer and certified by the auditors of public accounts to the Land Office.

BOX 622-FOLDER 53

VOUCHERS-JANUARY 1780

Frames #764-831

215 documents filmed on 67 frames.

4285-3-765-766-January 14, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Perault order for 5 day rations.

4286-3-765-767-January 3, 1780: Second document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 3 day mess ration.

4287-3-765-767-January 20, 1780: Third document on right. George Slaughter order for 2 pounds of powder and 4 pounds of lead for hunters.

4288-3-765-767-January 5. 1780: Fourth document. Doctor Rey request for 6 day ration for 1 man.

4289-3-765-767-January 3, 1780: Bottom document. Expenditure of 47 pounds and 10 shillings for 694 pounds of beef for Major Slaughter's company. Names: Laurence Slaughter, Edward Tofs?

4290-3-768-769-January 8, 1780: Top left document. Peter Little was paid $36 by David Pagun for forage supplied for 3 horses of George Rogers Clark.

4291-3-768-769-January 7, 1780: Top right document. Peter Little was paid $24 by Joseph Green for forage supplied for 2 horses of George Rogers Clark.

4292-3-768-769-January 8, 1780: Second document on left. Peter Little was paid $24 by Joseph Green for forage supplied for George Rogers Clark.

4293-3-768-769-January 12, 1780: Third document on right. Kaskaskia issued 2 day rations for 18 men, 1 woman and 1 child in Capt. John Williams Co.

4294-3-768-769-January 12, 1780: Fourth document on left. James Gaines was paid by commissary Laurence Slaughter for items supplied Major Slaughter.

4295-3-768-769-January 16, 1780: Fifth document on right. Lieut. Perault order for 4 day rations.

4296-3-768-769-January 17, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 4 day rations for 7 men, and 2 women.

4297-3-770-771-January 7, 1780: Top left document. Doctor Rey requested 2 day rations.

4298-3-770-771-January 8, 1780: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order to quarter master to issue taffia.

4299-3-770-771-January 7, 1780: Second document on left. Quarter master James Finn received 1 load of wood from Charles Dancey? for Fort Clark garrison.

4300-3-770-771-January 8, 1780: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams requested rations.

4301-3-770-771-January 17, 1780: Fourth document on left. Butlaw Cafe was paid for supplying forage for 2 horses of Col. George Rogers Clark.

4302-3-770-771-January 16, 1780: Fifth document center. Capt. Robert George order for taffia for men at Fort Jefferson.

4303-3-770-771-January 17, 1780: Sixth document on right. Capt. Robert George order for taffia for men at Fort Jefferson.

4304-3-770-771-January 18, 1780: Seventh document. Capt. John Williams to Kaskaskia for rations for 19 men, 1 woman and 1 child.

4305-3-770-771-January 17, 1780: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy requested provisions for the troops stationed at Fort Clark.

4306-3-772-773-January 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue coffee and sugar to Monsieur Donne. Names: ? Carny?

4307-3-772-773-January 28, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams order for 6 day rations for 2 officers, 1 woman and 2 bowmen.

4308-3-772-773-January 24, 1780: Third document in center. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 110 gills of taffia for men.

4309-3-772-773-January ?, 1780: Fourth document on right. Unable to read.

4310-3-772-773-January 15, 1780: Fifth document. John Downer? was paid 10 pounds and 1 shilling for provisions supplied at Beeson to Capt. John Rogers.

4311-3-772-773-January 27, 1780: Bottom document. Difficult to read. Reference to provisions. Names: Capt. John Williams, Adam Beakas.

4312-3-774-775-January 25, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 2 bushels of corn from Monsieur Turanjour for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

4313-3-774-775-January 26, 1780: Second document on left. Henry Crutcher received 20 pounds of flour.

4314-3-774-775-January 27, 1780: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order for 107 gills of taffia for troops at Fort Jefferson.

4315-3-774-775-January 18, 1780: Fourth document on left. Lieut. Richard Clark order at Fort Jefferson for 1 quart of taffia.

4316-3-774-775-January 31, 1780: Fifth document on right. Capt. John Williams order to Kaskaskia for rations for 19 men, 1 woman and 1 child.

4317-3-774-775-January 25, 1780: Bottom left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations for 1 man.

4318-3-774-775-January 21, 1780: Bottom right document. Fort Patrick Henry quarter master John Willson received 2 loads of wood from Monsieur Dagnet.

4319-3-776-777-January 28, 1780: Top document. Quarter master James Finn requested Fort Clark commissary to issue 2 quarts of salt to him.

4320-3-776-777-January 5, 1780: Second document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Capt. Latulippe supplied indian corn for the troops at Fort Patrick Henry.

4321-3-776-777-January 8, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead for a command to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. John Baly, Capt. Robert George.

4322-3-776-777-January 29, 1780: Bottom document. Powder was issued for men going on command. Names: Joseph Summers, George Slaughter.

4323-3-778-779-January 7, 1780: Top document. Richard Young sold sugar, paper, and bunting to Col. George Slaughter. John Rogers.

4324-3-778-779-January 14, 1780: Center document. Expenditure of $181. Names: Major Slaughter, James Benjamin Roberts.

4325-3-778-779-January 2, 1780: Bottom document. John Rogers paid James Guest for forage for pack horses.

4326-3-780-782-January 17, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 2 bushels of corn from Capt. Janist for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

4327-3-780-782-January 24, 1780: Center document. Falls of Ohio issued 3 pints of whiskey. Names: George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

4328-3-780-782-January 13, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams order for 4 day rations for 17 men, 2 wash women and 4 children of Capt. Richard McCarty.

4329-3-780-782-January 14, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of taffia for friendly indians.

4330-3-783-784-January 23, 1780: Top left document. Richard Clark order to Kaskaskia to issue rations for 20 men, 2 women and 1 child in Capt. John Williams co.

4331-3-783-784-January 18, 1780: Top right document. Peter Little was paid $36 by David Pagan for horses used by Capt. Rogers.

4332-3-783-784-January 15, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams order to Kaskaskia to issue 2 day rations for 15 men, 1 woman and 1 child.

4333-3-783-784-January 15, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 93 gills of taffia.

4334-3-783-784-January 16, 1780: Fifth document on left. William Dallas was paid 28 for provisions supplied to General Rogers men and horses going to Illinois.

4335-3-783-784-January 18, 1780: Sixth document on right. Beny Kuykenia? was paid $16 by General Rogers for supplies for horses.

4336-3-783-784-January 18, 1780: Seventh document on right. Capt. Robert George order for 93 gills of taffia for troops at Fort Jefferson.

4337-3-783-784-January 18, 1780: Bottom left document. Richard Clark order at Fort Clark to issue 20 pounds of flour for 5 hunters.

4338-3-783-784-January 28, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order for 93 gills of taffia for men at Fort Jefferson.

4339-3-785-786-January 21, 1780: Top document. Richard Clark order for rations for 7 men, 2 women and 6 children in company of Capt. Robert George.

4340-3-785-786-January 20, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 93 gills of taffia for 93 men.

4341-3-785-786-January 21, 1780: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 93 gills of taffia for 93 men.

4342-3-785-786-January 30, 1780: Fourth document. No. 65. Unable to read.

4343-3-785-786-January 26, 1780: Fifth document on left. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 107 gills of taffia for that number of men.

4344-3-785-786-January 25, 1780: Sixth document in center. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 107 gills of taffia for that number of men.

4345-3-785-786-January 29, 1780: Seventh document on right. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 92 gills of taffia for that number of men.

4346-3-785-786-January ?, 1780: Bottom document. Difficult to read. Flour issued for hunters at Fort Clark.

4347-3-787-788-January 22, 1780: Top left document. Patt Kennedy certified Antonio Beauvais had delivered 1000 pounds of flour on November 5th for use of the troops at Kaskaskia.

4348-3-787-788-January ?, 1780: Top right document. Difficult to read. Reference to expenditure. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4349-3-787-788-January 20, 1780: Third document. Surgeon Rey request for 5 day rations.

4350-3-787-788-January 25, 1780: Bottom left document. No. 67. Rations issued for 17 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty company.

4351-3-787-788-January 28, 1780: Bottom right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Kaskaskia to issue rations for 16 men, 1 woman, and 1 child in Capt. Richard McCarty company.

4352-3-789-790-January 28, 1780: Top document. Flour ration for 4 days issued to Capt. Robert George company. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

4353-3-789-790-January 28, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue 107 gills of taffia to same number of men at Fort Jefferson.

4254-3-789-790-January 15, 1780: Third document on right. Written in French. Monsieur Dellille provided a load of wood.

4355-3-789-790-January 27, 1780: Fourth document on left. James Finn received a load of wood from ? Leboc for Fort Clark garrison.

4356-3-789-790-January 29, 1780: Fifth document on right. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 103 gills of taffia for that number of men.

4357-3-789-790-January 23, 1780: Bottom left document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for 3 men.

4358-3-789-790-January 29, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. John Baley requested rations.

4359-3-791-792-January 24, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson requested corn and wood for troops at Fort Patrick Henry from Major Bosseron.

4360-3-791-792-January 20, 1780: Center left document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 113 gills of taffia for that number of men.

4361-3-791-792-January 27, 1780: Center right document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 113 gills of taffia for that number of men.

4362-3-791-792-January 8, 1780: Bottom document. Surgeon Rey requested rations.

4363-3-793-794-January 31, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 31 day ration at Fort Clark.

4364-3-793-794-January 31, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Williams order at Fort Clark for rations for 18 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Robert George co.

4365-3-793-794-January 16, 1780: Center left document. Wood provided for Fort Clark garrison. Payment made in flour. Names: Dan Murray, James Finn, Patt Kennedy.

4366-3-793-794-January 19, 1780: Center right document. Capt. John Williams order for 4 day rations for 2 men of his company.

4367-3-793-794-January 15, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for mess for 9.

4368-3-795-796-January 31, 1780: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order at Kaskaskia for rations for 14 men, 1 woman and 1 child.

4369-3-795-796-January 5, 1780: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order at Fort Clark for 4 day rations for 16 men, 2 wash women and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty company.

4370-3-795-796-January 2, 1780: Center document. Patt Kennedy certified Vital Beauvais supplied 40 pound of buffalo beef for the troops stationed at the Illinois for payment by the state of Virginia.

4371-3-795-796-January 27, 1780: Bottom left document. Lieut. Perault requested rations for himself and 30 men. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

4372-3-795-796-January 1, 1780: Bottom document. Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Patrick Henry

4373-3-795-796-January 1, 1780-Continued: certified Thomas Willson had provided 138 pounds of wild meat, 6 six gallons and 3 quarts of bean oil to the garrison. Willson had obtained the supplies from different indians and had paid for such with powder and lead from the commissary.

4374-3-797-798-January ?, 1780: Top left document. No. 10. Incomplete. Written in French. List of supplies purchased.

4375-3-797-798-January ?, 1780: Top center document. Rations issued for 3 officers, and 1 bowmen. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4376-3-797-798-January 10, 1780: Top right document. James Finn obtained 1 load of wood from ? Frogoc? for Fort Clark garrison.

4377-3-797-798-January 15, 1780: Bottom document. James Finn request for 8 day rations for 1 officer.

4378-3-799-800-January 6, 1780: Top left document. Faded. Request for rations at Fort Clark by Capt. John Williams.

4379-3-799-800-January 6, 1780: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for a man of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4380-3-799-800-January 18, 1780: Third document on left. Payment for corn and keeping 3 horses. Names: David Pagon, Alexander Rogers.

4381-3-799-800-January 18, 1780: Fourth document on right. Joseph Tomlinson was paid $70 by Capt. Rogers for supplying 2 horses for 5 days for trip to Fort Pitt.

4382-3-799-800-January 17, 1780: Fifth document. Jeremiah Daniells was paid $18 by Capt. Rogers for use of 2 horses. Reference to Fort Pitt.

4383-3-799-800-January 18, 1780: Bottom document. Michael Perault request for 4 day rations at Fort Patrick Henry.

4384-3-801-January 12, 1780: Top left document. Rations for 4 days for 1 officer. Names: Henry Crutcher, Capt. John Williams.

4385-3-801-January 11, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 174 gills of taffia for same number of men.

4386-3-801-January 10, 1780: Third document on left. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Jefferson Quarter master to issue 4 gallons of taffia.

4387-3-801-January 11, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Williams order at Fort Clark for rations.

4388-3-801-January 25, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. John Williams order for 4 day ration for 1 officer, 1 woman and 1 bowmen.

4389-3-801-January 27, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 2 men and 1 woman.

4390-3-802-803-January 8, 1780: Top left document. Provisions issued to 4 men in an artillery co. Names: John Willson, Charles Morris.

4391-3-802-803-January 4, 1780: Top right. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 113 gills of taffia or Spanish wine for the same number of men.

4392-3-802-803-January 1, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order for 2 pounds of sugar from the public store to be given to ? Burk.

4393-3-802-803-January 5, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 113 gills of Spanish wine or taffia.

4394-3-802-803-January 8, 1780: Fifth document on left. Kaskaskia issued rations for sick men and nurse in the hospital.

4395-3-802-803-January ?, 1780: Sixth document on right. Taffia issued. Names: Capt. John Williams and Capt. Robert George.

4396-3-802-803-January 12, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George requested rations for 5 men, 2 women and 4 children in his company.

4397-3-804-805-January 6, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 3 day mess rations.

4398-3-804-805-January 7, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order for paper to be issued to M. Donne for the commissary department.

4399-3-804-805-January 8, 1780: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams order at Kaskaskia for 3 day rations for 16 men, 1 woman and 1 child in his co.

4400-3-804-805-January ?, 1780: Fourth document. Too faded. Unable to read.

4401-3-804-805-January 5, 1780: Bottom document on left. Capt. Rogers at Skipton paid 60 pounds and 1 shilling to Robert Wilson for 9 days loading. Names: George Wilson.

4402-3-804-805-January 10, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order for sugar.

4403-3-806-807-January 8, 1780: Top document. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested 5 day rations for 8 men, 2 women, and 2 children in Capt. Robert George co.

4404-3-806-807-January 6, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 120 gills of taffia.

4405-3-806-807-January 5, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 6 pounds of sugar for himself.

4406-3-806-807-January 5, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 124 gills of Spanish wine.

4407-3-806-807-January 9, 1780: Fifth document on left. Faded. Unable to read.

4408-3-806-807-January 7, 1780: Sixth document on right. Capt. John Williams requested meat.

4409-3-806-807-January 12, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark to issue 5 day rations for 1 artificer.

4410-3-808-January 12, 1780: Top document. Rations issued for 4 days for 8 men, and 2 women in Capt. Robert George artillery company. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, John Lenegfast?

4411-3-808-January 9, 1780: Second document on left. Fort Clark issued rations for 4 days to 17 men, 1 washer woman and 4 children belonging to Capt. Richard McCarty Co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. John Williams.

4412-3-808-January 7, 1780: Second document on right. Lieut. James Merriweather paid 36 pounds and 7 shillings at Skipton to Robert Wilson for 8 days lodging during march to Fort Pitt. Names: George Wilson.

4413-3-808-January 7, 1780: Third document. Alex Rogers was paid by David Pagon for use of horses used by Capt. Rogers.

4414-3-808-January 7, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George request for 124 gills of taffia.

4415-3-808-January 6, 1780: Bottom right document. Incomplete. Written in French. No names.

4416-3-809-810-January 16, 1780: Top document. Fort Clark commissary issue 3 day rations for 15 of the Colonel's mess. Names: John Montgomery.

4417-3-809-810-January 20, 1780: Second document on left. James Finn order to issue 16 day ration for 1 officer.

4418-3-809-810-January 10, 1780: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 124 gills of taffia.

4419-3-809-810-January 18, 1780: Fourth document on left. John Montgomery order for 6 day ration for 1 artificer.

4420-3-809-810-January 12, 1780: Fifth document on right. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 100 gills of taffia or Spanish wine.

4421-3-809-810-January 5, 1780: Bottom document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for sick officers.

4422-3-811-January 12, 1780: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order to issue rations to 4 artillery men.

4423-3-811-January 12, 1780: Top right document. Surgeon Rey requested 6 day rations for 6 men.

4424-3-811-January 12, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. John Rogers paid ? Paranz? for forage for 2 horses.

4425-3-811-January 12, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. Rogers paid $4.00 to William White for breakfast and feeding horses.

4426-3-811-January ?, 1780: Fifth document. Faded. Names: James Finn?

4427-3-811-January 13, 1780: Bottom document. Michael Perault requested 4 day rations for 1 man at Fort Clark.

4428-3-812-January 14, 1780: Top left document. Benjamin Robuck sold 1 bushel of corn meal to Capt. Rogers. Names: John Collins.

4429-3-812-January 4, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 124 gills of taffia.

4430-3-812-January 14, 1780: Third document on left. James Finn received 7 loads of wood from Jas Bovy for Fort Clark garrison.

4431-3-812-January 13, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Williams order to issue rations for 2 men, 1 woman and nurse for sick at Fort Clark.

4432-3-812-January 12, 1780: Fifth document on left. James Finn received 6 loads of wood from Charles Dansil for Fort Clark garrison.

4433-3-812-January 29, 1780: Sixth document on right. James Finn received 6 loads of wood from ? Jermie for Fort Clark garrison.

4434-3-812-January 29, 1780: Bottom document. Frederick S. Guion requested rations for 7 men, 2 women, and 4 children in Capt. Robert George co.

4435-3-813-January 30, 1780: Top left document. Patt Kennedy was received 500 pounds of flour from Charles Lachappell for troop use at Fort Clark.

4436-3-813-January 16, 1780: Top right document. Rations for 3 days for 3 artillery men. Names: Sergeant Charles Morgan, Capt. John Williams.

4437-3-813-January 5, 1780: Third document. Ensign Slaughter requested half pint of whiskey for his own use at Fort Jefferson.

4438-3-813-January 13, 1780: Fourth document on left. Capt. Rogers paid $10.00 for breakfast and forage for 2 horses to James Doughorty.

4439-3-813-January 29, 1780: Fifth document on right. Patt Kennedy received 474 pounds of fresh beef from Richard Winston for use of troops at Fort Clark.

4440-3-813-January 20, 1780: Bottom document. John Todd purchased a horse for the commonwealth from Edward Bulger of Louisville for $1000.

4441-3-814-January 20, 1780: Top document. William Doss? certified Joseph Thornton had served 60 days as an artificer in Capt. Robert George artillery company for public work for the commonwealth of Virginia and was to be paid $ 2.00 per day.

4442-3-814-January 17, 1780: Second document. Incomplete. Reference to soldier, Major George Walls, and John Morris.

4443-3-814-January 5, 1780: Third document on left. Watt Osbbell? was paid for ? by Capt. George Slaughter?

4444-3-814-January 16, 1780: Fourth document on right. Corn sold for use of militia of Fayette County. Names: John Todd, Joseph Lindsay.

4445-3-814-January 7, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Delise, Domer Catre, Capt. John Williams, Patt Kennedy at Kaskaskia.

4446-3-815-January 25, 1780: Top document. Horse sold to Capt. Dodge for trip to Vincennes. Names: John Todd, William Linn, James Shelby.

4447-3-815-January 17, 1780: Second document. Corn supplied for troops stationed at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark, Moses ?

4448-3-815-January 29, 1780: Third document on left. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark for rations for 1 man.

4449-3-815-January 29, 1780: Fourth document on right. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark for rations for 14 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4450-3-815-January 9, 1780: Bottom left document. Faded. Unable to read.

4451-3-815-January 18, 1780: Bottom right document. Surgeon Rey order for 4 day rations.

4452-3-816-January 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Rogers paid $21.00 to John Collins for provisions and forage for part of his men and horses of his co. Names: William Morrison?

4453-3-816-January 19, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 93 gills of taffia.

4454-3-816-January 14, 1780: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 93 gills of taffia.

4455-3-816-January 20, 1780: Fourth document. Patt Kennedy received 4 loads of wood for use of troops at Fort Clark from Monsieur Charles Delisse.

4456-3-816-January 19, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Clark requested Fort Clark to issue mess rations for 5.

4457-3-817-818-January 7, 1780: Top document. Richard Clark requested 4 day ration for 1 man, 1 woman and a nurse at Fort Clark.

4458-3-817-818-January 20, 1780: Second document. Richard Clark order for 2 day rations for 1 artificer.

4459-3-817-818-January 18, 1780: Third document on left. Ensign Jerror Williams requested Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of taffia for his own use.

4460-3-817-818-January 20, 1780: Fourth document on right. Richard Clark order for ration for 1 man and 1 woman.

4461-3-817-818-January 17, 1780: Bottom document. Conrad Walters was paid $20 by William Merriweather on behalf of Capt. John Rogers for forage for 2 horses.

4462-3-819-January 20, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 7 loads of wood from Monsieur Bienvenue, Jr. for troop use at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia.

4463-3-819-January 15, 1780: Center left document. James Finn received 2 loads of wood for the Fort Clark garrison from Rago [Rigo] Bovey.

4464-3-819-January ?, 1780: Center right document. Faded. Rations issued for 1 officer.

4465-3-819-January 17, 1780: Bottom document. Richard Winston provided 236 pounds of fresh beef for use of Fort Clark troops. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4466-3-820-821-January 25, 1780: Top document. James Finn received 9 loads of wood for Fort Clark from Capt. Charleville.

4467-3-820-821-January 17, 1780: Second document on left. Incomplete. Reference to rations for 2 officers.

4468-3-820-821-January 22, 1780: Third document on right. James Merriwether paid John Freeman for hay and corn for horse. Names: John Correr?

4469-3-820-821-January 29, 1780: Bottom document. ? Charleville was paid $2480.50 for 2 bills of exchange on the Treasurer of Virginia.

4470-3-822-January 10, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order to Falls of Ohio quarter master to issue powder and lead for hunters to use.

4471-3-822-January 26, 1780: Center document. Joseph Hildreth of Montgomery County, [Pennsylvania] sold corn for 5 of Col. Rogers company, which was going to Pittsburgh. Names: George Mc Nutt.

4472-3-822-January 16, 1780: Bottom left document. Taffia was issued for fatigue (military duty). Names: Richard Clark, Capt. John Montgomery.

4473-3-822-January 24, 1780: Bottom right document. No. 59. Mess for 4 days for 3 in Colonel Montgomery's company. Names: Richard Clark.

4474-3-823-825-January 16, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issue taffia.

4475-3-823-825-January 28, 1780: Second document on left. James Finn received 2 loads of wood for Fort Clark from Batest Charleville.

4476-3-823-825-January 27, 1780: Third document on right. Soldier John Connor in Capt. Bailey's company was issued a musket. Names: Ensign Slaughter, Capt. Robert George.

4477-3-823-825-January 31, 1780: Fourth document. John Barnett sold corn to be used by men of Col. Rogers company. Names: Jacob Lee, Robert Bensham.

4478-3-823-825-January 29, 1780: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher requested 4 day ration for 2 persons.

4479-3-826-827-January 21, 1780: Top document. Peter A. Sturgis sold 2,557 pounds of buffalo beef for use of the troops at of the Illinois Department. Names: J. Donne, Col. George Rogers Clark, John Sturgis.

4480-3-826-827-January 31, 1780: Center document. Capt. Robert George order to quarter master Mr. Carney at Fort Jefferson to give 8 pounds of sugar to Willima Bell. Names: Capt. Harrison.

4481-3-826-827-January 21, 1780: Bottom left document. Fort Clark issued rations to 17 men, 2 women and 4 children of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4482-3-826-827-January 7, 1780: Bottom right document. Payment for 8 nights lodging for 2 men at $3.00 per night. Names: William Majory?

4483-3-828-829-January 8, 1780: Top left document. Rations issued for 2 hunters of Capt. Wilson? co.

4484-3-828-829-January 7, 1780: Top right document. Faded. Frederick S. Guion obtained 346 pounds of ? from Charles Corbett for the store at Fort Clark.

4485-3-828-829-January 25, 1780: Center document. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested 4 day rations for 7 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Robert George Co.

4486-3-828-829-January 18, 1780: Bottom document. Appraisement of 87 pounds of pork, which had been provided by John Clark for new recruits. Names: John Montgomery, Jim McCaskin, John Hankins, Thomas Johnson.

4487-3-830-831-January 31, 1780: Top document. Sugar and coffee were issued for use at the hospital. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, John Montgomery, Capt. Dodge, Patrick McClosky.

4488-3-830-831-January 2, 1780: Center document. Expenditures on December 29, 1779 for lodging, liquor, use of [cooking] pots at Fredericksburg. Names: Capt. George Slaughter, William Mercy, William Massery?

4489-3-830-831-January 22, 1780: Bottom document. Payment to Monsieur Besnett. Names Capt. George Slaughter, William Massay.

BOX 622-FOLDER 54

LETTERS-FEBRUARY 1780

Frames #832-865

15 documents filmed on 32 frames.

4490-3-833-834-February 28, 1780: Letter written at Harrodsburg by John Todd, Jr. to Jaquelin Amblere at Williamsburg. Todd indicated he had received Amblere's letter by Joseph Lindsay. Todd stated he had given orders to reserve a cargo of goods being sent for the soldiers except for those items necessary for the Indian Department. Todd was sorry there were not adequate goods for both soldiers and indians. The shipment included linen and blankets. References to goods, which had been saved by Col. Rogers from a [ship] wreck at the Falls of Ohio; and [New] Orleans packet, which was sent on to Mr. Lindsay. Todd estimated an invoice of goods being sent included 1000 yards of cloth and shallon, thread and pewter buttons.

4491-3-835-836-February 18, 1780: Copy of a letter sent by Philip Barbour from New Orleans to Capt. Robert George. Barbour reported [Oliver] Pollock had not received any funds and could not pay Barbour's bills. Lack of payment would prevent Barbour from making a trip in the spring but would try to send a cargo in the fall. Copy of letter was written by John McDaniel, who did not copy portions of the letter, which were complimentary and of no consequences to the public.

4492-3-837-838-February 20, 1780: Letter written by Philip Barbour at New Orleans to Capt. Robert George. Barbour reported upon his arrival at New Orleans that [Oliver] Pollock was unable to pay Barbour's bills due to lack of funds. Barbour stated he would not make a trip in the spring but would come in the fall. He extended his compliments to the

4493-3-837-838-February 20, 1780-Continued: gentlemen officers and ladies at the post. Post script indicated Mr. Robertson and Mr. Dotton would give news of the country. [ The letter may be a copied version of Document 4653.]

4494-3-839-February 18, 1780: A copy of the original letter from Philip Barbour at New Orleans to Capt. Robert George taken from the Board and transcribed by John McDowell, Secretary. Barbour reported Mr. [Oliver] Pollock did not have funds to pay bills and this would prevent Barbour from making a trip in the spring. Rest of the letter was complimentary and did not have consequence to the public.

4495-3-840-February 4, 1780: Three notations written concerning expenditures for meals and forage supplied in Augusta County and Rockbridge County for men of Col. Rogers company, who were going to Pittsburgh. Names: Robert Benham, David Buchanon, William Burk, George Kester?, Pat Buchanon, Joseph M. Cutchon, John Mohing?

4496-3-841-February 3, 1780: Three notations written concerning meals and forage for horses supplied in Rock Bridge County for use of Col. Rogers company. Names: Robert Benham, James Gilmore, John Pennister?, Rebekah Wallet?, Hugh McClaron, Samuel McDowell, Matthew M. Crosky, New Orleans.

4497-3-842-February 6-7, 1780: Three notes concerning meals and forage for horses for company of Col. Rogers going to Pittsburgh. Names: George Henry, Robert Fren, Samuel Smith, William Boone, Robert Benham, Thomas Gordon, Josh Davidson?, George Kester?

4498-3-843-844-February 1, 1780: Letter written January 27, 1780 by Virginia Board of Trade to Major

4499-3-843-844-February 1, 1780-Continued: George Slaughter. The Virginia Board of Trade wanted to establish trade from the waters of the Ohio [River] to New Orleans to the advantage of the state. Slaughter was asked for his opinion and advise concerning the scheme of procuring lumber and beef for exchange of credit in New Orleans.

4500-3-845-846-February 1, 1780: Letter written to Col. George Rogers Clark by Virginia Board of Trade. The commissioners of Trade were instructed by the Governor [of Virginia] with advise of the Council of the state to remit Clark's bills of exchange for an amount, which he was to dispose of in the best way to pay a debt due to Col. Legras. Names: Dune Rose.

4501-3-847-848-Jan. 29-February 1, 1780: Six notes concerning meals, corn, and forage for horses supplied in Montgomery and Botetourt Counties to men of Col. Rogers co. going to New Orleans and Pittsburgh. Names: Jacob Lee, James McDonald, Mary McGarock, Robert Simpson, Samuel Thompson, Robert Ives, Abraham Trigg, Anne Fleming, Robert Benham, John Preston?, ? Black.

4502-3-849-February 11, 1780: Expenditure for meals and forage for horses supplied in Hampshire County for men of Col. Rogers company going to Pittsburgh. Names: Robert Benham, John Knotts, Levie Ashbrook.

4503-3-850-February 12, 1780: Expenditure for meals supplied in Hampshire County for Col. Rogers' men, who were going to Pittsburgh. Names: Robert Benham, Hannah Landon, John Dodd.

4504-3-851-852-February 13, 1780: Notes concerning meals and forage for horses supplied in Washington

4505-3-851-852-February 13, 1780-Continued: and Mononaghalock counties for Col Rogers company going to Pittsburgh. Names: Sylvania Willrings, Robert Benham, John Black, Jesse Mounts, Jois Callyean, Nathaniel Parker, Joseph Mounts, J. Daugherty, John Collins, Charles Hickmay, Jeremiah Meek, J. Wieky.

4506-3-853-858-February 12, 1780: Several filmed copies of letter written at Louisville by George Rogers Clark. Faded. Instructions to make purchases? in New Orleans at any rate. Names: John Dodge, Mr. Lindsay.

4507-3-859 -861-February 28, 1780: Letter written by George Rogers Clark from Louisville to John Dodge, who was commercial agent for Illinois. Clark was able to write letter due to shipment of paper sent by Dodge. References to Major Bosseron; cost of supporting the garrison and Mr. Lindsay and John Dodge's brother, who had gone by water to the Illinois. Clark stated he expected in a short time to defy the enemies in the west. Names: Capt. John Bayley, W. Cornuyed.

4508-3-862-865-February 28, 1780: Letter written at Louisville by George Rogers Clark to John Dodge. Contains same information as in Document 4666 [Frames #859-861] but is not written on same paper, which was filmed for Document 4666. Names: Major Bosseron, unnamed brother of John Dodge, Capt. John Bayley.

BOX 622-FOLDER 55

ACCOUNTS-FEBRUARY 1780

Frames 866 -

32 documents filmed on 13 frames.

4509-3-867-February 1780: There was an error in the February settlement of bills payable to Monsieur Linctott.

4510-3-868-870-February 1780: Accounting for Mr. Shannon for February of 1780. Shows amount of funds spent by the commonwealth of Virginia in Illinois.

4511-3-871-February 20, 1780: List of rations issued by rank and file and officers of troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry from February 10-20, 1780 under command of Lieut. John Willson. Faded. Names: Captains: Taylor, Evans, Todd, Shelby; Thomas Wilson.

4512-3-872-February 13, 1780: List of rations issued by rank and file and officers of Lieut. John Willson's troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry from February 7-13, 1780. Names: Captains: Taylor, Shelby, Todd, Evans, Thomas Wilson.

4513-3-873-874-February 17, 1780: Statement for January 1780 expenditures submitted to Commonwealth of Virginia by John Poindixter? or Pointer. Items and services listed were: meals and lodging for 5 French soldiers; breakfasts and dinners for William Monroney, Silvester Monroney; cutting and hauling wood; and cooking provisions for the French soldiers. Names: Major George Slaughter.

4514-3-875-876-February 1780: Payments for various items and services during February of 1780. Expenses included horse hire, wood, corn, naval stores, transportation, rations and payment for deer skins. Various items supplied were : oars, paddles, tobacco, rum, corn and boarding for 30 days. Sundry supplies were given to Indians. Names: Charles Destille, ? Lepage, J. Bowman, Charles Dornision, Louis La Brunne,

4514-3-875-876-February 1780-Continued: Louis Pelatte, Francis Chreriben, Baptist Laucien, J. Clark, Louis Chatel, Francis Christian? Richard Hanson, Charles Larois, Louis Le Brien, Col. Montgomery, Charles Beuteau.

4515-3-877-June 12, 1780: Statement from David McCrea for supplies and services from May 1780 through June 12, 1780. Expenses for rations for individuals, corn flour, and beef. Names: Raphael Gagne, Madam Lapence, Annable Lepage, Gabriel Constant, Louis Louisgau, Isaac Levy, Charles Lacroia, Louis Pillet, Alexander Tabaule, Francis Cournier, Baptist Dummay, Monsieur Dorrison, J. B. Dupre, Charles Bereteu, John Williams, Francis Chretisnt, Joseph Bissenes, Charles Breuseu. Rations were supplied for 325 soldiers and 20 officers.

4516-3-878-No date. Statement from Richard Winston for expenses from 1779 through July 1780. Some portions of account my be missing. No. 50. Major items supplied were beef, corn, wood, transportation, rations for indian expedition and pork. Names: Hnery Crutcher, John Montgomery, Patt Kennedy, J. Clark, John Williams.

4517-3-879-880-February 1, 1780: Account of Stephen Goodin, who was acting Lieutenant and interpreter for the expedition commanded by Capt. Robert Elliott for the detachment under command of Col. David Rogers' voyage to the Illinois and back to New Orleans. Expenses included purchase of a horse, provisions obtained at the Arkansas, meals and lodging at Naichitocke.

4518-3-881-883-October 6, 1780: Acount of supplies provided for Lieut. Col. John Montgomery from July 12, 1780 thorugh October 6, 1780. Listed were: cloth,linen, shallon, ivory comb, briddle, coffee, blankets, sugar, white linen shirts, thread, rum, and tobacco. Names: W. Henry.

4519-3-884-885-February 23, 1780: John Poindexter was paid for account of Major George Slaughter. Expenses were for lodging, whiskey, meals of breakfast and dinner, and provisions for cooks. Names: George Humphreys, James Dean, Capt. M. Thomas, Stephen Skelton, William Ships, William Bash.

4520-3-886-889-February 1780: Pay abstract of William Shannon in account with the Commonwealth of Virginia. George Rogers Clark certified William Shannon had acted as commissary and quarter master general in Illinois or Western Department under his command from March 6, 1779 to May 6, 1782 and was entitled pay, rations and other emoluments allowed in like cases of persons acting in such capacities in service of the state of Virginia.

4521-3-890-891-February 29, 1780: List of meals provided officers and rank and file for troops and artillery stationed at Fort Patrick Henry under command of Lieut. Willson for February 26-29, 1780. There were 33 rank and file including 1 wash woman and 13 officers in companies of Captains: Taylor, Shelby, Todd, Evans.

4522-3-892-898-July 31, 1779: A detail accounting of supplies issued by Fort Patrick Henry quarter master store from March 6 , 1779. Prepared by Patrick Kennedy, who was assistant conductor for Illinois Department. The list report for whom the following items were issued: Powder, lead, flint, grape shot, cannon, rope, bayonets, cartridges, horns, gun/rifle, muskets, oars, kettles, boats, pouches, cooking irons, hammers, ax, pick ax, spade, shovel, handsaw, trowel, nails, bags, candles, tarpaulin, piroagues (dug out canoe), cartridge Boxes, dry cow hides, water buckets, iron, fuse. Names and purposes recorded: Capt. Keller, Capt. Richard McCarty, J. Battist, Dan Murray, Illinois Regiment, J. B. Montra, Major Bowman, Lieut. Brasoe, I. Anderson, Col. Clark, John Mann, Capt. Worthington, Moses Henry, Lieut. Bayley, Capt. Helm, Capt. Quirk, Lieut. Chaplin, Capt. Williams, B. Cornierre? Valentine Thomas Dalton, artillery, militia, and indians. Certified and signed by George Rogers Clark.

BOX 622-FOLDER 56

VOUCHERS-FEBRUARY 1780

Frames #899-959

214 documents filmed on 60 frames.

4523-3-900-901-February 3, 1780: Top document. Fem Beaiveas supplied 1000 pounds of flour for troops at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4524-3-900-901-February 10, 1780: Bottom document. Monsieur Joseph Brazeau supplied wood for Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4525-3-902-903-January 10, 1780: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 bushels of salt and 200 pounds of flour to Joseph Andrews for use of officers by order of Col. John Montgomery. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

4526-3-902-903-January 10, 1780: Center document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to Fort Patrick Henry to give half a bushel of flour to Mr. Shirkey for hauling wood to the garrison.

4527-3-902-903-February 25, 1780: Bottom left document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for sick men.

4528-3-902-903-February 25, 1780: Bottom right document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur La Charre.

4529-3-904-February 25, 1780: Top document. Artificer given rations by order of John Montgomery.

4530-3-904-February 25, 1780: Second document on left. John Montgomery order for rations for men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. at Fort Clark.

4531-3-904-February 25, 1780: Third document on right. James Finn order to supply rations for 2 hunters at Fort Clark.

4532-3-904-February 7, 1780: Fourth document on left. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 7 men, 2 women, and 4 children.

4533-3-904-February 25, 1780: Fifth document on right. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Touringean.

4534-3-904-February 5, 1780: Bottom document. John Simmonz received $100 from Capt. William Shannon.

4535-3-905-906-February 9, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy certified Monsieur Charleville Sr. delivered 137 pounds of pork at Kaskaskia for use of the troops.

4536-3-905-906-February 22, 1780: Center document. Written in French. Bill of exchange certified. Names: Monsieur Chouteau, Monsieur Charles Graitiot, ? Conook?. Reference to New Orleans and commonwealth of Virginia.

4537-3-905-906-February 2, 1780: Bottom document. John Montgomery order to issue 1 lock [rifle].

4538-3-907-February 28, 1780: Top document. No data.

4539-3-907-February 16, 1780: Second document on left. George Rogers Clark ordered the Treasurer of the state of Virginia to pay $750 bounty money to Levi Theel for Illinois service as a soldier for 3 years or during the war.

4540-3-907-February 3, 1780: Third document on right. Written in French. Names: Michael Perault.

4541-3-907-February 12, 1780: Fourth document. James Finn received 6 loads of wood for Fort Clark from Charlo Dany.

4542-3-907-February 10, 1780: Bottom document. Reference to salt. Names: Henry French.

4543-3-908-February 28, 1780: Top document. Frederick S. Guion requested 28 day rations.

4544-3-908-No date. Center document. Names: ? Brazeau.

4545-3-908-No date: Bottom document. Voucher No. 3. Levi Theel. May be verso to 4698.

4546-3-909-February 18, 1780: Top document. Monsieur Beavinur sold 50 pounds of flour to Fort Clark. Names: Henry Crutcher.

4547-3-909-February 25, 1780: Second document. Madam Delesle sold 7 loads of wood to Fort Clark. Names: James Finn.

4548-3-909-February 27, 1780: Third document. Faded. Capt. John Williams order for rations for men, women and children.

4549-3-909-February 13, 1780: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy certified Monsieur Touranjure had delivered 87 pounds of pork for the troop at Fort Clark.

4550-3-910-February 17, 1780: Top left document. Patt Kennedy certified Charles Charleville had delivered 106 pounds of pork to Fort Clark.

4551-3-910-February 16, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery order to issue 4 day rations to 2 soldiers of Capt. Richard McCarty at Fort Clark.

4552-3-910-February 10, 1780: Center left document. Sergeant Pues? delivered 790 pounds of beef for use of troops at Fort Clark. Names: James Finn.

4553-3-910-February 21, 1780: Center right document. John Montgomery order to issue 4 day rations for 14 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. at Fort Clark.

4554-3-910 -February 13, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued to 4. Names: Surgeon Rey, John Montgomery.

4555-3-911-February 17, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Brashear was issued 15 yards of duck [cloth] at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George, M. B. Ballard.

4556-3-911-February 13, 1780: Center document. Rations issued to sick men. Names: Surgeon Rey, John Montgomery.

4557-3-911-February 15, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion certified M. LaCroaid? had furnished 1 officer on command for $20 per day or $960 for 48 days. Names: Caleb Wallace.

4558-3-911-February 16, 1780: Bottom right document. Written in French. Names: Michael Perault, Monsieur Borseaus?

4559-3-912-February 12, 1780: Top document. James Finn, Coyva Braze supplied 4 loads of wood for Fort Clark. Names: James Finn.

4560-3-912-February 27, 1780: Second document on left. John Montgomery order for a flour rations for 1 hunter in Capt. John Williams Co.

4561-3-912-February 14, 1780: Third document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 7 day ration for 7 men, 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Artillery co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

4562-3-912-February 21, 1780: Fourth document on left. Henry Crutcher order for 100 pounds of flour for the men going with him for the state meat.

4563-3-912-February 25, 1780: Fifth document on right. Patt Kennedy certified Michael Perault delivered 74 pounds of beef, 75 pounds of flour, and 68 pounds of pork to Kaskaskia. Names: M. Janist.

4564-3-912-February 29, 1780: Bottom left document. Rations issued to Capt. Robert George. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

4565-3-912-February 21, 1780: Bottom right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for 7 men, and 1 woman of Capt. Robert George co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

4566-3-913-914-February 21, 1780: Top document. John Montgomery order for mess ration.

4567-3-913-914-February 8, 1780: Center document. James Finn received of 2 loads of wood for Fort Clark from ? Jerma.

4568-3-913-914-February 25, 1780: Bottom left document. Written in French. Baptist Charleville provided lodging for a soldier of Capt. Richard McCarty Co. Names: John Price, John Cown.

4569-3-913-914-Feb. 19, 1780: Bottom right document. James Finn at Fort Bowman certified Jos Baptist Merria?'s canoe had been pressed for use by troops going on expedition to the Illinois River under command of John Montgomery. Merria was paid for a lost canoe and leather bag.

4570-3-915-916-February 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Atkins requested powder and lead for company with rank and file of 43 men and 4 hunters. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

4571-3-915-916-February 5, 1780: Center left document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplapsy.

4572-3-915-916-February 25, 1780: Center center document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplapsy.

4573-3-915-916-February 25, 1780: Center right document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplapsy.

4574-3-915- 916-February 25, 1780: Bottom left document. Written in French. Request for 20 day ration. Names: ? Duplapsy.

4575-3-915-916-February 26, 1780: Bottom right document. Written in French. Names: Charles

4576-3-915-916-February 26, 1780-Continued: Charleville, James Finn, Capt. Richard McCarty, William Mulboy.

4577-3-917-918-February 7, 1780: Top document. Bags issued to the commissary. Names: Major John Williams, Capt. Dodge, John Crutchfield.

4578-3-917-918-February 12, 1780: Center left document. Falls of Ohio issued provisions for 1 man on furlough. Names: Capt. Robert George, Major George Walls, John Bradter.

4579-3-917-918-February 4, 1780: Center right document. Incomplete.

4580-3-917-918-February 16, 1780: Bottom document. Charles Charleville sold 12 pounds of pork for the troops at Fort Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

4581-3-919-920-February 27, 1780: Top document. John Willson certified Magon Bossone had hauled wood 15 days to the garrison.

4582-3-919-920-February 26, 1780: Center left document. Monsieur Charleville was paid for 14 loads of wood for use of the troops at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4583-3-919-920-February 22, 1780: Center right document. Faded. Zephaniah Blackford certified Joseph Dagement had furnished various supplies for troops.

4584-3-919-920-February 3, 1780: Bottom document. Edward Voss? was paid for ? for mess of Major George Slaughter by Laurence Slaughter.

4585-3-921-February 7, 1780: Top document. Fort Clark issued 1 quart of salt to James Finn.

4586-3-921-February 2, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams order for 30 pounds of flour for his company.

4587-3-921-February 4, 1780: Second document on right. John Montgomery order for rations for 16 men, 2 wash women and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4588-3-921-February 2, 1780: Third document. James Finn received 4 loads of wood at Fort Clark.

4589-3-921-February 9, 1780: Bottom left document. Rations issued to 7 men, 2 wash women and 4 children in Capt. Robert George Artillery co. Names: Frederick S. Guion, Capt. John Williams.

4590-3-921-February 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Rations issued. Unable to read.

4591-3-922-February 2, 1780: Top left document. Ensign Slaughter requested taffia.

4592 February #922-February 13, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery requested rations for men and women in company of Capt. Williams.

4593-3-922-February 3, 1780: Third document on left. Robert Benham paid Hugh Barcly for corn and meals for men of Col. Rogers company going to Pittsburgh. Names: David Henderson.

4594-3-922-February 13, 1780: Fourth document in center. John Williams order for rations.

4595-3-922-February 1, 1780: Fifth document on right. Rations issued for 19 men and 1 wash woman in Capt. Robert George co. Names: Laurence Slaughter.

4596-3-922-February 17, 1780: Sixth document. Fort Clark issued rations for company of Capt. Richard Brashear.

4597-3-922-February 3, 1780: Bottom document. Frederick S. Guion requested 50 pounds of buffalo beef for troops at Fort Clark.

4598-3-923-February 15, 1780: Top document. John Montgomery order for rations.

4599-3-923-February 19, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Williams order for mess ration.

4600-3-923-February 7, 1780: Third document on left. John Montgomery order for rations for 1 man of Capt. John Williams Co.

4601-3-923-February 7, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 16 men, 1 woman, and 1 child at Kaskaskia.

4602-3-923-February 20, 1780: Bottom left document. Lieut. Thomas Willson certified Richard Senate had worked 5 days and was to be paid.

4603-3-923-No date: Bottom right document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for sick men.

4604-3-924-925-February 21, 1780: Top document. Surgeon Rey requested 4 day ration for sick men. Names: John Montgomery.

4605-3-924-925-February 25, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Vital Beauvais was paid for lodging soldiers of Capt. Richard McCarty Co. Names: Joseph Ross, Jesse Price.

4606-3-924-925-February 25, 1780: Third document. Patt Kennedy certified Monsieur Charleville had supplied 112 pounds of pork for the troops at Kaskaskia.

4607-3-924-925-February 1780: Bottom left document. Faded. Zephaniah Blackford received corn and buffalo meat. Names: Joseph Atkins?

4608-3-924-925-February 29, 1780: Bottom right document. Certification that Richard Sinnet and Patrick Carmichael had cut 146 loads of wood for Fort Patrick Henry garrison. Names: John Willson, Thomas Wilson.

4609-3-926-927-February 25, 1780: Top left document. John Montgomery order for rations for 17 men, 1 woman and 1 child at Kaskaskia.

4610-3-926-927-February 25, 1780: Top center document. John Montgomery order for mess ration.

4611-3-926-927-February 26, 1780: Top right document. Incomplete. Rations.

4612-3-926-927-February 8, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson requested rations for 1 man of Capt. Shelby Co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

4613-3-926-927-February 28, 1780: Fifth document. John Poindexter, Jr. was paid for 45 pounds of pork and 5 pounds of mutton for use of troops of Major George Slaughter. Names: Laurence Slaughter.

4614-3-926-927-February 9, 1780: Bottom left document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Capt. LaTulip had provided indian corn for troops at Fort Patrick Henry.

4615-3-926-927-February 26, 1780: Bottom right document. Written in French. Reference to Kaskaskia. Names: Duplasy.

4616-3-928-February 26, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. reference to troops of the United States and Virginia. Names: Richard Winston, Monsieur Duplase Legras.

4617-3-928-February 26, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Antoine Beauveas had provided lodging for a soldier of Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: John Doharty.

4618-3-928-February 28, 1780: Third document on left. Patt Kennedy certified Monsieur Charleville had supplied 10 loads of wood during the last winter at for the hospital and officers at Fort Clark.

4619-3-928-February 9, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 17 men, 1 woman, and 1 child at Kaskaskia.

4620-3-928-February 28, 1780: Fifth document on left. Monsieur Bienvenue supplied 5 loads of wood for use of troops at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia.

4621-3-928-February 29, 1780: Sixth document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for artificers at Fort Clark.

4622-3-928-January 10, 1780: Bottom left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue 300 pounds of flour to Major Bussoe, who is to give corn.

4623-3-928-February 29, 1780: Bottom right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 9 day rations for those going to the Falls of Ohio to Fort Clark.

4624-3-929-February 26, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Names: Richard Winston, Monsieur Duplapsi [Duplasy].

4625-3-929-February 26, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Antoine Beauveas [Beauvias] had provided lodging to a soldier in Capt. Richard McCarty Co. Names: John Doharty.

4626-3-929-February 28, 1780: Third document on left. Patt Kennedy certified Francois Charleville had supplied 10 loads of wood during the winter for use of the hospital and officers at Fort Clark.

4627-3-929-February 28, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Williams requested rations for 17 men, 1 woman and 1 child at Kaskaskia.

4628-3-929-February 28, 1780: Fifth document. Patt Kennedy received 6 loads of wood from Monsieur Bienvenue for the troops at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia.

4629-3-929-No date: Sixth document on right. Incomplete. Rank and file for troops.

4630-3-929-January 10, 1780: Seventh document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry Document 4630-3-929-January 10, 1780-Continued: to give 300 pounds of flour to Major Bossoe, who was to give corn.

4631-3-929-No date: Eighth document. Incomplete. References to Fort Patrick Henry and ration of meat.

4632-3-930-February 17, 1780: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order to provided rations for artificers.

4633-3-930-February 7, 1780: Third document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for 7 men and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Co.

4634-3-930-February 30, 1780: Fourth document on right. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 4 bushels of indian corn for use of the state.

4635-3-930-February 22, 1780: Fifth document on left. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 3 artificers. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

4636-3-930-February 2, 1780: Sixth center document. Sergeant Andrew Clark received buffalo meat from Lewis Pines for use the soldiers, who went down to the boats.

4637-3-930-February 31, 1780: Seventh right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for Capt. Robert George co.

4638-3-930-February 10, 1780: Eighth document. Faded. Names Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

4639-3-930-February 22, 1780: Ninth document. George Maywood sold 18 pounds of butter to Laurence Slaughter for mess of Slaughter corps.

4640-3-930-January 31, 1780: Bottom document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 62 rations to the agent and interpreter of the indian department.

44641-3-931-February 20, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 7 men and 1 woman of Capt. Robert George co.

4642-3-931-February 1780: Top right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for artificers.

4643-3-931-February 13, 1780: Third document . Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 6 day ration for 12 men, who arrived from the boat on the Wabash [River].

4644-3-931-February 2, 1780: Bottom left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry to provide beef and flour for mess.

4645-3-931-February 7, 1780: Bottom right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to Fort Patrick

4646-3-931-February 7, 1780-Continued: Henry to issue 5 day rations for 4 men, who arrived from a boat from the Falls of Ohio.

4647-3-932-February 13, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations for 1 armorbearer and 1 wash woman.

4648-3-932-No date: Top right document. Names: Madam Delesle.

4649-3-932-February 28, 1780: Third document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson at Fort Patrick Henry certified Capt. LaTulip had furnished 5 loads of wood to the garrison. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

4650-3-932-February 29, 1780: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 1 quart of rum to Peter Heldobran. Names: Silas Harlan, Mr. Carney.

4651-3-932-February 12, 1780: Fifth document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry for 30 day ration for 1 armorbearer and 1 wash woman.

4652-3-932-January 6, 1780: Sixth document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry for 4 day ration for 2 officers.

4653-3-932-No date: Seventh document on right. Incomplete. Reference to mess for John Montgomery.

4654-3-933-934-February 20, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue 7 day ration to E. Murrey and rations for those on public service duty from the Falls of Ohio to Kaskaskia.

4655-3-933-934-February 25, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Names: Duplapsy.

4656-3-933-934-February 3, 1780: Center left document. John Mc Lean was paid for use of his canoe to bring meat from Fort Clark to Kaskaskia for the troops. Names: Henry Crutcher.

4657-3-933-934-February 13, 1780: Center right document. Faded. List of items including cloth, flannel, red calico, 1 dozen of mittens, blue cloth, knife, tobacco box, sheeting, mohair. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

4658-3-933-934-February 7, 1780: Bottom document. James Culbertson sold 10 pounds of beef to Laurence Slaughter for use of his regiment going to Falls of Ohio.

4659-3-935-936-February 2, 1780: Top document. Expenses of Col. George Rogers Clark for mission from May 30, 1777 to April 11, 1778. Names: George Brooke of the Treasurer of Virginia at Williamsburg, William Shannon.

4660-3-935-936-February 10, 1780: Center document. John Montgomery at Fort Clark asked Capt. Janis to given enough corn for horses, which were going into the woods.

4661-3-935-936-February 13, 1780: Bottom left document. Fort Clark issued 4 day ration for 12 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: John Montgomery, John Jorn.

4662-3-935-936-February 5, 1780: Bottom right document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Charleville, Patt Kennedy.

4663-3-937-938-February 19, 1780: Top document. Coats and coat waists for soldiers and Major George Slaughter were sold by George Kinnan.

4664-3-937-938-February 20, 1780: Second document. Major George Slaughter bought 6 gallons of whiskey from John Poindixter.

4665-3-937-938-February 4, 1780: Third document on left. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Charleville, Patt Kennedy.

4666-3-937-938-January 19, 1780: Fourth document on right. Faded. Payment for hauling of wood. Names: Col. Clark.

4667-3-937-938-February 4, 1780: Bottom left document. John Montgomery order at Kaskaskia for rations for 16 men, 1 woman and 1 child in Capt. John Williams co.

4668-3-937-938-February 26, 1780: Bottom right document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Monsieur Joseph Dagenette furnished 22 bushels of corn for troops at Fort Document 4669-3-937-938-February 26, 1780-Continued: Patrick Henry.

4670-3-939-940-February 27, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Michael Perault received $1000 in bills of exchange from Col. John Montgomery.

4671-3-939-940-February 29, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. Janist supplied 17 loads of wood for use of the troops at Fort Clark during the winter as listed per voucher. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4672-3-939-940-Cannot read date. Third document on right. Too faded. Unable to read.

4673-3-939-940 February 17, 1780: Fourth document . Rations given at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy, Monsieur Bievinue.

4674-3-939-940-July 10, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. Hardy Hill certified a bay mare horse was lost on expedition. Samuel Jack and William W. Connell were appointed to appraise the horse, saddle, and bridle for use of the state of Virginia militia.

4675-3-939-940-February 24, 1780: Bottom right document. George Rogers Clark certified at Falls of Ohio that William Spangton had provided board and lodge 56 days for a soldier of the Illinois Virginia Regiment from October 1 to October 25, 1779 and for another soldier 165 days commencing in September of 1779 and ending February 24, 1780.

4676-3-941-942-February 7, 1780: Top document. Hugh Donaghe sold oats to Lieut. James Slaughter for his horse.

4677-3-941-942-February 21, 1780: Second document on left. Rations issued for 4 days for 2 persons. Names: Henry Crutcher.

4678-3-941-942-February 26, 1780: Third document on right. Henry Crutcher received 100 pounds of flour.

4679-3-941-942-February 25, 1780: Fourth document on left. Written in French. Names: Henry Crutcher, ? Duplapsy [Duplasy].

4680-3-941-942-February 1780: Fifth document on right. Written in French. Names: Capt. Janist, Capt. Richard McCarty.

4681-3-941-942-February 25, 1780: Sixth document on left. Monsieur Guid Ginall provided lodging for 1 man of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4682-3-941-942-February 18, 1780: Seventh document on right. Written in French. Names: Michael Perault.

4683-3-941-942-February 16, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Richard Winston.

4684-3-943-945-July 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order at Falls of Ohio to Capt. William Shannon to issue 13 pounds of powder and 26 pounds of lead to Sergeant Walker for use of Harrison's co. Initials of George Rogers Clark.

4685-3-943-945-February 19, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. John Williams requested 5 pounds of pork for use at Camp Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge of Kaskaskia.

4686-3-943-945-February 7, 1780: Third document on right. James Finn received 3 loads of wood from ? Ratchin for use at Fort Clark.

4687-3-943-945-February 21, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 7 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Robert George Artillery co.

4688-3-943-945-February 20, 1780: Bottom left document. John Montgomery order for 6 day rations for 1 artificer.

4689-3-943-945-February 21, 1780: Bottom right document. Lieut. Clark instructed the armourer to mend 1 hatchet and 2 spades, which were property of the state.

4690-3-946-947-February 23, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 220 pounds of flour from Monsieur Bienvenne for use of troops at Fort Clark.

4691-3-946-947-February 24, 1780: Center left document. Rations for 5 persons of Capt. John Williams co.

4692-3-946-947-February 25, 1780: Center right document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Monsieur Joseph Dagenette furnished 11 bushels of indian corn for troops.

4693-3-946-947-February 23, 1780: Bottom left document. Written in French. Monsieur Simon Beauveaus sold 200 pounds of flour for the states at Kaskaskia. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4694-3-946-947-February 25, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. John Williams order to issue 4 day rations for 5 men, 2 women and 1 child in Capt. Robert George co.

4695-3-948-February 8, 1780: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 4 pounds of powder and 8 pounds of lead to Capt. Baley for his use.

4696-3-948-January 19, 1780: Top right document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order to issue 2 quarts of salt for hauling wood.

4697-3-948-February 10, 1780: Center left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson certified he had received 1 cow and calf from commissary Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Patrick Henry and that he had given the animals to the tailor, who had made clothing for the troops.

4698-3-948-February 29, 1780: Center document in center. Written in French. Names: John Jointer?

4699-3-948-February 25, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Rations for 20 days.

4700-3-949-950-February 23, 1780: Top document. Monsieur Charleville supplied 696 pounds of flour, 882 pounds of indian meal and 8 loads of wood for the troops at Fort Clark. Verso listed larger quantities for the Charleville account and included beef, pork, hay, empty casks and corn.

4701-3-949-950-February 19, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Monsieur Barbeau sold 1000 pounds of flour for use of the troops at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4702-3-951-February 7, 1780: Top left document. Rations were issued to 4 hunters at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson, Sergeant Andrew Clark.

4703-3-951-February 25, 1780: Second document on left. Lieut. Michael Perault requested 10 day rations.

4704-3-951-February 6, 1780: Third document on right. Capt. John Williams order for mess for 5.

4705-3-951-February 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Rations. Names: Henry Crutcher.

4706-3-951-February 9, 1780: Bottom left document. Monsieur Bienvenne supplied 5 loads of wood for use of Fort Clark. Names: James Finn.

4707-3-951-February 9, 1780: Bottom right document. John Montgomery order for rations for 16 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4708-3-952-953-No date: Top document. Incomplete. Names: ? Stephens.

4709-3-952-953-February 24, 1780: Center document. Patt Kennedy received 18 loads of wood from Richard Winston between December and February 24, 1780.

4710-3-952-953-February 11, 1780: Bottom document. George Slaughter paid 1820 pounds for providing food for part of his troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: John Harrison, Capt. Benjamin Robertson.

4711-3-954-955-February 17, 1780: Top document. John Montgomery requested mess ration for 5.

4712-3-954-955-February 14, 1780: Second document. Laurence Slaughter note to Robert Slaughter. Reference to James being sent and the repairing of ?

4713-3-954-955-February 24, 1780: Third document. James Slaughter was paid 40 pounds by Laurence Slaughter for a barrel of tar for Major George Slaughter.

4714-3-954-955-February 9, 1780: Bottom left document. Various dates in the document. Capt. Robert George's statement to John Clark and the commonwealth of Virginia for provisions for troops and recruits of the Illinois Regiment in Kentucky co. Listed were corn, beef, pork,sundries given to Capt. Bayley. Reference to Smith's Station and Clark's station.

4715-3-954-955-February 13, 1780: Bottom right document. Rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for 1 artificer and 1 wash woman. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

4716-3-956-February 12, 1780: Top left document. Lettice Brenkridge of Botetourt Co., Virginia was paid by Robert Benham for 12 days of lodging and forage for 3 horses for use of Capt. Rogers co. on its way to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Names: Joseph Finey.

4717-3-956-February 9, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery requested mess rations for 4.

4718-3-956-February 7, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead to Kickapoo indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

4719-3-956-February 1, 1780: Fourth document on right. John Montgomery order for mess ration for 4.

4720-3-956-February ?, 1780: Fifth document. Rations issued to 17 men, 2 women and 4 children of Capt. Robert George co.

4721-3-956-February 7, 1780: Bottom left document. Michael Perault requested 5 day rations for 1 officers, 1 bowmen, 1 sick with a nurse.

4722-3-956-February 4, 1780: Bottom right document. Michael Perault requested rations for 5 men at Fort Clark.

4723-3-957-February 7, 1780: Top document. James Finn requested rations for 1 officer and 1 woman.

4724-3-957-February 5, 1780: Second document on left. Rations issued for 17 men, 1 woman and 2 children in Capt. Robert George co. Names: Frederick S. Guion, Capt. John Williams.

4725-3-957-February 5, 1780: Third document on right. John Montgomery order for rations for 5 artificers at Fort Clark.

4726-3-957-February 4, 1780: Fourth document on left. Capt. John Williams order for 6 day mess ration for 5 persons.

4727-3-957-February 7, 1780: Fifth document on right. Michael Perault requested rations at Fort Clark.

4728-3-957-February ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Rations issued. Cannot identify names.

4729-3-958-February 8, 1780: Top document. James Finn received 3 loads of wood for Fort Clark from Coyva Brazo.

4730-3-958-February 7, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quarter master to issue lead and powder Abraham Fales and Aaron Farman for their trip to the Falls of Ohio.

4731-3-958-February 5, 1780: Third document on right. Patt Kennedy received 158 pounds of buffalo beef from Richard Winston for the troops at Fort Clark.

4732-3-958-February 5, 1780: Fourth document on left. Fort Clark issued rations for 15 men, 2 wash women and 4 children of Capt. Robert George co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, John Montgomery.

4733-3-958-February 4, 1780: Fifth document on right. Faded. Fort Clark issued rations for Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4734-3-958-February 8, 1780: Bottom left document. John Montgomery order for rations for 16 men, 1 woman, and children in Capt. John Williams co.

4735-3-958-February 10, 1780: Bottom right document. Leonard Helm ordered flour and pork.

4736-3-959-February 17, 1780: Top document. Peter Lonsgley provided 2 loads of wood at Fort

4737-3-959-February 17, 1780-Continued: Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

4738-3-959-February 5, 1780: Second document. John Montgomery order for mess ration.

4739-3-959-February 9, 1780: Bottom left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 1 day ration for 15 men, 1 woman and children in Capt. John Williams co.

4740-3-959-February 5, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Rations issued.

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LETTERS, ETC.,-MARCH 1780

Frames #960-982

4 documents filmed on 22 frames.

4741-3-961-962-March 27, 1780: Printed form of the Commonwealth of Virginia commission of Silas Harland as Major of the militia in district of Clarksborough, Kentucky. Harland was to discharge his duties according to the General Assembly of Virginia act to establish the county of Illinois and protect and defend the county. Names: Ensign John Todd, Jr., who was County Lieutenant of the County of Illinois.

4742-3-963-964-March 1, 1780: Letter written by Peter Isaac Wikoff at Philadelphia, Penn. to Col. Samuel Griffin of Virginia. Letter concerns payment of bills of exchange. Names: Oliver Pollock of New Orleans, Thomas Durham. Wikoff mentions that Griffin's brother was in good health as were all of Griffin's friends and acquaintances. References to marriages that winter of Isaac Cox, ? Beekman, Mr. Cunningham, and

4743-3-963-964-March 1, 1780-Continued: Mr. Wess. Wikoff also described a bay horse for sale.

4744-3-965-976-March ?, 1780: Two copies of a four page letter written by George Rogers Clark from Louisville to Col. John Todd. Clark gives his reasons for the establishment of Fort Jefferson. Clark indicated the problem of the English in relationship to the posts in the Illinois country and Governor Hamilton's plans, which could be fatal to Kentucky and all troops in the west unless there is a speedy check upon the English. References to the Spanish, French militia, British troops, friendly and unfriendly indians, difficulty to maintain provisions, Captain Rogers troops of 150, Kentucky militia, Mississippi River, and mouth of Ohio River.

4745-3-977-982-March 27, 1780: Two copies of William Clark's bond for the disposal of sundry goods belonging to the Commonwealth of Virginia. Faded. References to John Todd, County Lieut. of Illinois in Kentucky, and Virginia Board of Trade. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

BOX 623-FOLDER 58

VOUCHERS-MARCH 1780

Frames #983-1049

74 documents filmed on 56 frames.

4746-3-984-March 24, 1780: July 17, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Patrick Henry by George Rogers Clark to the Treasurer of the state of Virginia for payment to Col. Legras for sundries supplied the troops in the Illinois country. March 24, 1780 note written by Thomas Jefferson on advice of Council [of Virginia] to accept the charge in tobacco.

4747-3-985-No date: Invoice. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Jean Vaucheres, Col. J. M. B. Legras, Simon Nathan.

4748-3-986-March 10, 1780: George Rogers Clark and Will Shannon at the Falls of Ohio certified the state of Virginia owed 437 pounds and 15 shillings to Francis Bosseron for rendering 294 and 1/2 bushels of corn, 427 pounds of pork, 3 loads of wood, 224 pounds of fresh beef, 1 fat hog, 1 bushel of corn, 895 rations, the hauling of lumber for wood for use of the troops stationed in the Illinois Department.

4749-3-987-March 21, 1780: John Todd, Jr.'s instruction dated June 26, 1779 to the Governor of Virginia to for the commonwealth of Virginia to pay $188 due Col. P. Legras for money advanced. By advice of Council [of Virginia] Thomas Jefferson accepted the discharge by payment in tobacco.

4750-3-988-No date: No. 3. Written in French. Names: Joseph Frotier, Jean Marie LeGras, Simon Nathan.

4751-3-989-March 21, 1780: No. 3. June 26, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent by John Todd, Jr. from Vincennes to the Governor of Virginia for payment to Monsieur Pierre Gamelin for money advanced the Commonwealth of Virginia. Thomas Jefferson by advice of Council [of Virginia] accepted to discharge by payment in tobacco.

4752-3-990-No date: No. 1. Written in French. Names: J. M. Legras, Pierre Gamelin, Simon Nathan.

4753-3-991- 992-March 9, 1780: Top document. Payment. Names: Patt Kennedy, Frederick Guion, Tom Doherty.

4754-3-991-992-March 31, 1780: Second document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for Capt. Robert George co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

4755-3-991-992-March 26, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Charleville, Capt. Richard McCarty and his wife and 2 children.

4756-3-991-992-March 1780: Bottom left document. Written in French. Faded. Bill of Jacque Lasourea? and sent to Montgomery.

4757-3-991-992-March 27, 1780: Bottom right document. Fort Patrick Henry issued indian corn to Indians. Wood was supplied by Monsieur Joseph Arno? at Fort Vincennes. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

4758-3-993-994-March 13, 1780: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $295 to Monsieur Bealouke of Misere. Verso written in French and has May 1780 date.

4759-3-993-994-March 21, 1780: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark from Kaskaskia on May 21, 1779 to the Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $ 900 to Monsieur Huberdeau for supplies furnished troops. Payment was made in exchange of tobacco.

4760-3-995-996-March 25, 1780: Top document. John Montgomery certified Samuel Allen had worked for the state of Virginia at Fort Clark from March 25 to March 29, 1780.

4761-3-995-996-March 31, 1780: Second document. Shadrach Bond and John Montgomery certified Isaac Allen had worked for the state of Virginia at Fort Clark from March 8 to March 29, 1780.

4762-3-995-996-March 8, 1782 Third document. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment due W. Antulip for supplying 1 fat hog, 5 bushels of corn 5 and 1/2 cords of wood for use of the Commonwealth of Virginia troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry in the Illinois Country.

4763-3-997-998-March 9, 1780: Statement of Antoine Beauveas to state of Virginia for supplies provided from March 20, 1779 to March 9, 1780. Cost were for smith work done on cannon, loads of wood, flour, meal and lodging for 3 men of Cahos volunteers. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified articles had been provided.

4764-3-999-1000-March 21, 780: Top document. Major George Slaughter order for 2 day rations for 56 men. Names: ? Winchester.

4765-3-999-1000-March 24, 1780: Center left document. Major George Slaughter order for 2 day rations for 3 wagoners. Names: ? Winchester.

4766-3-999-1000-March 29, 1780: Center right document. Benjamin Wells, J. Fott received corn.

4767-3-999-1000-March 22, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued for company of Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names Mark Thomas.

4768-3-1001-1002-March 24, 1780: Top document. Thomas Slaughter paid William Young for service provided for Major Slaughter co. Names: James Haughten.

4769-3-1001-1002-March 6, 1780: Bottom document. [Virginia] Board of Trade authorized payment of Col. Legrass account with William Neiolson, for cloth, thread, silk to make 4 great coats, waist coat, blue coat with waist coat, breeches, and drawers.

4770-3-1003-1004-March 26, 1780: Top document. Robert Bender purchased 5 and 1/2 bushels of corn from John Fulp, who was forage master for Major George Slaughter.

4771-3-1003-1004-March 27, 1780: Second document. William Clark provided blue cloth, white cloth, white shallon, and buttons for purposes, which were to be approved by Col. John Todd or Virginia Board of Trade.

4772-3-1003-1004-March 27, 1780: Bottom left document. John Todd's instruction at Louisville to William Clark to take an inventory of goods belonging to the state in George Rogers Clark possession. Blue cloth, flannel, thread, and buttons were given to John Ballann, who was to deliver to Capt. John Dodge.

4773-3-1003-1004-March 30, 1780: Bottom center document. Lieut. James Slaughter requested rations for 44 men and 2 wash women.

4774-3-1003-1004-March 30, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. Mark Myars? requested rations for 50 men and 2 wash women.

4775-3-1005-1006-March 26, 1780: Top left document. Col. George Slaughter paid $56 to John Farger for forage. Names: Richard Hackley.

4776-3-1005-1006-March 28, 1780: Top right document. Robert Wilgus was paid for corn supplied for Major George Slaughter. Names: John Feil.

4777-3-1005-1006-March 27, 1780: Third document. Marshan Brashear at Louisville received 5 pieces of blue cloth, 2 pieces of white cloth, 7 pieces of white shallon, thread and 350 dozen buttons to be used by him for purposes requested by Col. John Todd or the Virginia Board of Trade. Names: William Clark, Silas Kastan.

4778-3-1005-1006-March 28, 1780: Bottom document. Robert Bender purchased corn from John Fulp or Fulo, who was forage master for Major George Slaughter.

4779-3-1007-1008-March 27, 1780: Top document. Mary Rogers of Shipton was paid $620 for 12 bushels of indian corn for use of the teams in service of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Names: Wagon master John Field.

4780-3-1007-1008-March 31, 1780: Center left document. Henry Crutcher received 925 pounds of flour from Monsieur Barbaue for use of troops at Fort Clark.

4781-3-1007-1008-March 27, 1780: Center right document. Gilbert Simpson was paid $41 for supplies furnished Lieut. Joseph Sanders on his trip to Pittsburgh, Penn.

4782-3-1007-1008-March 31, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 12 day rations for 3 carpenters.

4783-3-1009-1010-March 29, 1780: Top left document. Patt Kennedy at Kaskaskia received 300 pounds of flour from Madam Delisle for use of the boat, which was loaded with wheat and flour for Post Vincent.

4784-3-1009-1010-No date: Top right document. William Gelasby was paid 10 guineas.

4785-3-1009-1010-March 12, 1780: Center document. Statement of Silas Harland to the Commonwealth of Virginia for 16 bushels of corn, cash given to Capt. John Baley and 200 pounds of flour. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

4786-3-1009-1010-March 11, 1780: Bottom left document. Incomplete. Faded. Names: Major George Slaughter, John Threlkein?

4787-3-1009-1010-March 6, 1780: Bottom right document. Rations issued for a man in Capt. John Williams co. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Montgomery.

4788-3-1011-1012-March 31, 1780: Top document. Written in French. George Rogers Clark paid in Bills of Exchange to Monsieur Charleville for 30 bushels of salt. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4789-3-1011-1012-March 14, 1780: Center left document. Major George Slaughter order for 2 day rations for 12 men.

4790-3-1011-1012-March 15, 1780: Center right document. W. Slaughter received hay for horses, corn, lodging, whiskey and breakfast from Daniel Greenwood.

4791-3-1011-1012-March 12, 1780: Bottom document. Major George Slaughter requested 2 day rations for 5 men.

4792-3-1013-1014-March 14, 1780: Top document. Valentine Thomas Dalton certified Monsieur Joseph Dagenette had furnished 152 pounds of fresh pork for use of troops at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. Robert George, Capt. Bosseron.

4793-3-1013-1014-March 30, 1780: Center document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 7 men and 1 woman in Capt. Robert George Artillery Co. Verso listed supplies of stroud, handkerchiefs, horn combs, cotton, gartering, red stroud, fine combs, bed gown, felt hat, looking glass, wood combs and steel by the dozen.

4794-3-1013-1014-March 20, 1780: Bottom left document. Ensign William Asher? requested provisions of fresh beef, flour, and whiskey. Names: Bland Ballard

4795-3-1013-1014-March 19, 1780: Bottom right document. Fresh beef, flour, and whiskey supplied by Bland Ballard.

4796-3-1015-1016-March 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert Green was given rations of fresh beef, flour and 4 gills of whiskey.

4797-3-1015-1016-March 15, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison of Col. Clark's Battalion requested 3 day rations for 3 men and 1 washer woman.

4798-3-1015-1016-March 30, 1780: Third document. Capt. Mark Thomas order for rations for 2 wagon drivers.

4799-3-1015-1016-March 12, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. R. Brashear order for rations for 5 artificers.

4800-3-1017-1018-March 21, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Patrick Henry by George Rogers Clark to state of Virginia for payment $3150 to Col Legrass for sundries obtained for the troops in the Illinois county. Payment discharged in tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan, Thomas Jefferson.

4801-3-1019-1020-March 22, 1780: Voucher No. 10 for expenses of Capt. Duplacy for November 23, 1779 through March 22, 1780 at Fort Clark. Articles furnished were 400 pounds of flour, 277 pounds of beef, meals and lodging for 10 days for L. Lawan, 100 pounds of buffalo beef. 20 day rations for 2 men, and 30 loads of wood. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified the items and services were provided for the Illinois Regiment and approved payment of $ 438.50.

4802-3-1021-1022-March 21, 1780: John Todd Jr. sent Bill of Exchange to Governor of Virginia for the Commonwealth to pay $149 to Joseph Andrews due to cash advance. Thomas Jefferson by advice of the Virginia Council approved payment in tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan.

4803-3-1023-1024-March 24, 1780: Will Shannon and George Rogers Clark sent June 24, 1779 Bill of Exchange Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $140 to Monsieur Bienvenue, who had furnished fund for sundry articles for the state of Virginia. Thomas Jefferson by advice of the Virginia Council approved payment in tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan.

4804-3-1025-1026-March 21, 1780: No. 4. John Todd Jr. sent Bill of Exchange to Virginia Treasurer for $2877 to Monsieur Raucheror for provisions furnished the militia and indians at Fort Vincennes. Thomas Jefferson by advice of Virginia Council approved payment in tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan.

4805-3-1027-1028-March 21, 1780: Voucher No. 1. John Todd Jr. sent June 27, 1779 Bill of Exchange to Virginia Treasurer for $2877, which was due Monsieur Raucheror for provisions furnished militia and indians at Fort Vincennes.

Thomas Jefferson by advice of Virginia Council approved payment in tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan.

4806-3-1029-1030-March 21, 1780: Voucher No. 6. John Todd Jr. sent June 27, 1779 Bill of Exchange to Virginia Governor for $ 2449 due Joseph Andrews by Commonwealth of Virginia. Thomas Jefferson by advice of Virginia Council approved payment in tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan.

4807-3-1031-1032-March 21, 1780: Voucher No. 7. George Rogers Clark sent May 21, 1779 Bill of

4808-3-1031-1032-March 21, 1780-Continued: Exchange to Virginia Treasurer for $900 due Monsieur Huberdeau for sundries furnished troops at Kaskaskia. Thomas Jefferson by advice of Virginia Council discharged payment in tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan.

4809-3-1033-1034-March 21, 1780: Voucher No. 9. George Rogers Clark sent May 27, 1779 Bill of Exchange to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $400 to Monsieur Bienvenue for sundries furnished the troops at Kaskaskia.

Thomas Jefferson by advice of Virginia Council discharged the bill by exchange in tobacco at 25 shillings per hundred. Names: Simon Nathan.

4810-3-1035-1036-March 21, 1780: Voucher No. 11. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark sent October 29, 1779 Bill of Exchange to Virginia Treasurer for $ 2500 for payment to Monsieur Daniel Maurice Linitot for sundries furnished troops in the Western Department at Falls of Ohio. Thomas Jefferson by advice of Virginia Council discharged the bill by exchange in tobacco at 25 shillings per hundred. Names: Simon Nathan.

4811-3-1037-1038-March 21, 1780: Voucher No. 10. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark sent October 29, 1779 Bill of Exchange to Virginia Treasurer for $18824 due Monsieur Daniel Maurice Linitot for his account of expenditures in the Indian Department of the Illinois District. By order of Virginia Council Thomas Jefferson discharged the bill by exchange in tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan.

4812-3-1039-1040-March 21, 1780: Voucher No. 8. John Todd Jr. sent June 27, 1779 Bill of Exchange to Governor of Virginia to pay $131 due Joseph Perradeau [Perredot] for money advanced to Todd for use of the commonwealth at Fort Vincennes. By advice of Council, Thomas Jefferson accepted the bill to be discharged in tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan.

4813-3-1041-1042-March 22, 1780: Top document. Payment to Henry Baker for 875 pounds of hay by John Field, who was forage master for Major George Slaughter.

4814-3-1041-1042-March 21, 1780: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher sent August 6, 1779 Bill of Exchange to George Rogers Clark at Fort Clark for payment of $2260 to Monsieur Charleville of Kaskaskia for value received for use of troops in the Illinois service. Payment was made in exchange of tobacco by Thomas Jefferson on advice of Virginia Council. Names: Simon Nathan.

4815-3-1043-1044-March 22, 1780: Top document. The Board of Trade was to direct the agent to start an account in books for Col. Legrass, Major Linitot and ? Gamelin and charging them for money, tobacco and other items, which they have received from the state. Names: Simon Nathan, ? James.

4816-3-1043-1044-March 4, 1780: Center document. John Page instruction that the Board of Trade of Virginia was to inform Col. Legrass and Major Linitot that their reasonable expenses up to March 6, 1780 would be paid by the public and that the auditor should settle the account to that date.

4817-3-1043-1044-March 21, 1780: Bottom document. Statement of expenses of Col. Slaughter with Holmes and Kain at Winchester, Virginia for use of the state of Virginia. Items include were paper and steel.

4818-3-1045-1046-March 22, 1780: Top document. Accounting of expenses, which the Board of Trade wanted kept for Col. Legrass, Major Linctot, and Anthony Gamelin.

4819-3-1045-1046-March 4, 1780: Center document. H. Randolph, clerk of the Virginia Council reported the Council had reconsidered the case of Col. Legrass and that the Board of Trade was to furnish Legrass with 50 hogsheads of tobacco in part of his demand against the state in addition to the Bills of Exchange already delivered to him. Capt. Linitot was also to receive hogshead of tobacco in part of his demand.

4820-3-1045-1046-March 24, 1780: Bottom document. Account of Michel Copenhaven to state of Virginia for supplies provided troops.

4821-3-1047-1049-June 7, 1781: Quarter master Martin Carney's accounting of ammunition issued May 14, 1780 to June 7, 1781. Ammunition was received from the French boat by order of Col. Clark; from Kaskaskia store; French bateau from New Orleans; Lieut. Daulton [ Valentine Thomas Dalton] of Artillery; Capt. Philip Barbour; Patt Kennedy; Capt. Robert George; Capt. John Dodge; brought from the Illinois by Sergeant Crump; Waste Book;and Mr. [ Zephaniah] Blackford.

BOX 623-FOLDER 59

VOUCHERS-MARCH 1780

Frames #1050-1101

134 documents filmed on 51 frames.

4822-3-1051-March 21, 1780: Vouchers No. 1 and No. 2 sent by John Todd Jr. to his Excellency the Governor of Virginia for past due Bills of Exchange for payment of $2,877 to Monsieur Raucheror for funds advanced for expenses for militia and Indians and for $2,188 due Col. Legrass for money advanced to the Commonwealth of Virginia. By advise of the Council, Thomas Jefferson discharged the bills by exchange of tobacco.

4823-3-1052-March 21, 1780: Bill of Exchanges No. 7 and No. 8 sent by George Rogers Clark to the Virginia Treasurer and to his Excellency the Governor of Virginia for payment of $900 to Monsieur Huberdian, who furnished supplies for troops at Kaskaskia and for $1,136 due Joseph Parradian for money advance for expenses of the Commonwealth of Virginia at Fort Vincennes. By advise of the Council, Thomas Jefferson discharged the bills by payment of tobacco.

4824-3-1053-March 21, 1780: Bill of Exchanges No. 3 and 4 sent by John Todd Jr. and Capt. Richard Harrison for payment of $3,004 due Monsieur Pierre Gamelin for money advances by him at Fort Vincennes and for $2,260 advanced by Monsieur Charleville of Kaskaskia for troops of the Illinois. Thomas Jefferson by advise of the Council discharged the bills by payment of tobacco. Names: Simeon Nathan.

4825-3-1054-March 21, 1780: Bill of Exchanges No. 5 and 6 sent by William Shannon, George Rogers Clark and John Todd Jr. to the Treasurer of Virginia for non payment of $5,252 to Monsieur Philip Legrass and $2,949 due Joseph Andrews for money advanced by them for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Thomas Jefferson discharged the bills by exchange of tobacco.

4826-3-1055-March 1, 1780: Top left document. Payment of forage to Thomas Berry. Names: Ensign Roberts, Major George Slaughter.

4827-3-1055-March 5, 1780: Top right document. Rations issued for Frederick S. Guion at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. John Williams.

4828-3-1055-March 3, 1780: Third document. John Montgomery order for mess rations for 5.

4829-3-1055-March 3, 1780: Fourth document on right. Frederick S. Guion order to make a key for Fort Clark store.

4830-3-1055-March 2, 1780: Fifth document. Laurence Slaughter purchased beef from Thomas Jameson for Major George Slaughter troops.

4831-3-1055-March 7, 1780: Bottom left document. John Montgomery order for 4 day ration for 4 men in Capt. Shelby's co. from O'Post (Vincennes).

4832-3-1055-March 1, 1780: Bottom right document. John Montgomery order for 20 day ration for Leonard Helm.

4833-3-1056-1057-March 7, 1780: Top document. John Montgomery order for 80 pounds of flour for 3 Indians.

4834-3-1056-1057-March 15, 1780: Second document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton request to Major Francois Bosseron and commissary at Fort Vincent to pay Monsieur Joseph L. Jenny for a hog sold to the garrison.

4835-3-1056-1057-March 5, 1780: Third document on right. John Montgomery order for half a bushel of salt from Fort Clark store.

4836-3-1056-1057-March 9, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark

4837-3-1056-1057-March 9, 1780-Continued: to mend John Boilse's gun.

4838-3-1056-1057-March 4, 1780: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy received 700 pounds of indian corn from Monsieur Rago Boveaus for troop use at Fort Clark.

4839-3-1058-March 6, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 2 loads of wood from Monsieur Bienvenue for troop use at Fort Clark.

4840-3-1058-March 3, 1780: Center left document. Patt Kennedy received 60 bushels of wheat from Monsieur Touranjoure in lieu of 2,000 pounds of flour, which he was to have delivered to Kaskaskia stores.

4841-3-1058-March 10, 1780: Center right document. John Montgomery requested mess ration.

4842-3-1058-March 10, 1780: Bottom document. Rations for Capt. John Williams. Names: John Montgomery.

4843-3-1059-1060-March 6, 1780: Top document. Ensign Robert Green paid James Culbertson at Staunton, Virginia for 96 pounds of salt beef for Major George Slaughter's troops marching from Culpepper to Falls of Ohio. Names: James Thomas

4844-3-1059-1060-March 10, 1780: Center left document. John Montgomery order to Kaskaskia for 8 day rations for 10 men going on command to Muddy Creek.

4845-3-1059-1060-No date: Center right document. John Montgomery order for rations for 5 men of Capt. Shelby co.

4846-3-1059-1060-March 6, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for rations.

4847-3-1061-March 6, 1780: Top document. John Montgomery order to give salt to William Gillasby [Galespie].

4848-3-1061-March 5, 1780: Second document. James Finn received 2 loads of wood from Charles Danny for Fort Clark.

4849-3-1061-March 4, 1780: Third document on left. J. Donne received 1400 pounds of beef from Philip Long & Company for Illinois troops at Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Shannon.

4850-3-1061-March 6, 1780: Fourth document on right. John Montgomery order for rations for 2 men of Capt Richard McCarty co.

4851-3-1061-March 8, 1780: Bottom document. Wood was received for Fort Clark garrison. Names: John James, John Montgomery.

4852-3-1062-March 8, 1780: Top document. Edward Voss sold 41 gallons of whiskey to Laurence Slaughter for Major George Slaughter's troops.

4853-3-1062-March 8, 1780: Second document on left. John Montgomery order for Fort Clark to issue rations for 2 men of Capt. Shelby's co.

4854-3-1062-March 7, 1780: Third document on right. Laurence Slaughter paid Robert Pollard for 171 pounds of beef for Major George Slaughter co.

4855-3-1062-March 5, 1780: Fourth document on left. Rations for 1 man of Capt. Robert George co. Names: John Williams, Frederick S. Guion.

4856-3-1062-No date: Fifth document on right. Fort Patrick Henry list of 2 day rations for Capt. Bosseron company.

4857-3-1062-March 4, 1780: Bottom document. Monsieur Charles Charleville sold 580 pounds of buffalo beef for troops at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4858-3-1063-1064-March 9, 1780: Top left document. Jacob Graps was paid 30 pounds for a room and wood for use of 7 men of Major George Slaughter co. Names: Ensign Robert Green.

4859-3-1063-1064-March 9, 1780: Top right document. John Fields, Forage Master for Major George Slaughter, paid John Strode for 337 pounds of hay.

4860-3-1063-1064-March 10, 1780: Third document on left. Fort Clark issued gun to Thomas Murrey.

4861-3-1063-1064-March 10, 1780-Continued: Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

4862-3-1063-1064-March 12, 1780: Fourth document on left. Robert Green paid for forage and for 12 men of Major George Slaughter co. to Rubin Richards.

4863-3-1063-1064-March 8, 1780: Fifth document on right. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark for 6 day ration for 1 man of Capt. Williams co.

4864-3-1063-1064-March 10, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Order of Lieut. Richard Brashear.

4865-3-1065-March 8, 1780: Top document. Peter Cosgrove was paid $40 by Capt. John Rogers for wages due him for service as a Virginia soldier in exchanging places with William McCory of the Eight Pennsylvania Regiment. Names: James Merriweather.

4866-3-1065-March 11, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Reference to Monsieur Charleville and a command to Cahos. Names: Patt Kennedy.

4867-3-1065-March 13, 1780: Third document on left. Order to Fort Clark to mend gun of John Gist. Names: Unable to read.

4868-3-1065-March 8, 1780: Fourth document on right. William Lewis was paid $30 for 15 pounds of flour by Ensign Robert Green for use of Major George Slaughter

4869-3-1065-March 9, 1780: Fifth document. Frederick S. Guion received 500 pounds of flour from Monsieur Rago Bovaia.

4870-3-1066-1067-March 8, 1780: Top document. Beef sold for use of Capt. John Rogers Co. of Light Horse of Virginia on its way to Illinois. Names: Alex M. Mien, Capt. John Cron, William Parkison.

4871-3-1066-1067-March 10, 1780: Second document on left. John Caldwell sold 40 gallon of liquor to William Parkison for use of Capt. John Rogers Co. of Light Horse of Virginia on its way to Illinois. Names: Joseph Parkison.

4872-3-1066-1067-March 12, 1780: Third document on right. Gabriel Camron was paid $30 by William Merriweather for meals for Capt. John Rogers co.

4873-3-1066-1067-March 11, 1780: Fourth document on left. Written in French. Names: LaChanss Magisha?

4874-3-1066-1067-March 13, 1780: Fifth document on left. John Montgomery order for mess ration.

4875-3-1066-1067-March 13, 1780: Six document on right. Gabriel Camron was paid for provisions for 6 men and a quart of whiskey by William Merriweather on behalf of Capt. John Rogers.

4876-3-1068-March 14, 1780: Top right document. William Burris was paid $6 for 6 meals by William Merriweather on behalf of Capt. John Rogers.

4877-3-1068-March 12, 1780: Top left document. Patt Kennedy purchased items from Monsieur Charleville for Kaskaskia.

4878-3-1068-March 8, 1780: Third document. John Corbin sold 1 bushel of indian meal to Thomas Slaughter for use of Major George Slaughter co.

4879-3-1068-March 12, 1780: Fourth document. Peck of indian corn meal issued for use of Major George Slaughter co. Names: William Field, Thomas Slaughter, Capt. Richard Harrison.

4880-3-1068-March 15, 1780: Fifth document on left. Samuel Eckten sold 24 and 1/2 pounds of beacon [bacon] for use of Capt. John Rogers men on way to Illinois. Names: William Parkison, Joseph Parkison.

4881-3-1068-March 13, 1780: Sixth document on right. Aquila Field was paid $20 for ferry service by Thomas Slaughter on behalf of Major George Slaughter.

4882-3-1069-March 10, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: John Montgomery.

4883-3-1069-March 10, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order at Fort Clark to

4884-3-1069-March 10, 1780-Continued: mend Will Kellon's gun.

4885-3-1069-March 15, 1780: Bottom left document. John Montgomery's Bill of Exchange sent to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $295 due Monsieur Beaydeuke for cash given at Fort Clark.

4886-3-1069-Feb. 16, 1780: Bottom right document. George Rogers Clark requested 3 quarts of taffia for his use.

4887-3-1070-No date: Top left document. Written in French. Incomplete. Names: John Montgomery.

4888-3-1070-March 16, 1780: Top right document. William Monk was paid for ferry service by Thomas Key.

4889-3-1070-March 4, 1780: Third document on right. John Page was paid for provisions by Ensign Robert Green on behalf of Major George Slaughter.

4890-3-1070-March 16, 1780: Fourth document. Alexander Maitland? sold 10 pounds of beacon [bacon] to Lieut. Joseph Sanders on behalf of Major George Slaughter.

4891-3-1070-March 15, 1780: Bottom left document. Patt Kennedy received 500 pounds of flour

4892-3-1070-March 15, 1780-Continued: from Monsieur Bienvenue for use of troops at Fort Clark,

4893-3-1070-March 22, 1780: Bottom right document. John Montgomery order for rations for 1 man of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4894-3-1071-March 15, 1780: Top left document. Jacob Kellog was paid $2 for breakfast for 2 men by Thomas Key.

4895-3-1071-March 15, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery order for rations for 2 men of Capt. John Williams co.

4896-3-1071-March 15, 1780: Third document. John Montgomery order for 4 day rations for 1 man.

4897-3-1071-March 20, 1780: Fourth document on left. Capt. John Williams order 4 day ration for 1 officer, 1 woman and 2 soldiers and 1 bowman.

4898-3-1071-March 18, 1780: Fifth document on right. Payment for ferry service. Unable to read names.

4899-3-1071-March 26, 1780: Sixth document on left. John Montgomery order for rations for 1 bowman in Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4900-3-1071-March 21, 1780: Seventh document on right. Capt. John Williams order for 4 day rations for 5 persons.

4901-3-1072-March 20, 1780: Top document. George Mise was paid $ 8 by Thomas Slaughter for ferry service over Potomac River.

4902-3-1072-March 20, 1780: Second document. John Montgomery order for 3 day rations for 2 men, who were making powder for the states. Names: Sergeant Thomas Loney.

4903-3-1072-March 17, 1780: Third document on left. John Montgomery order 3 day rations for men of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4904-3-1072-No date: Fourth document on right. Incomplete. A list Daniel Bolton's men, who had guns. Names: William Posten. Thomas Delany, James McDonald, John Anderson.

4905-3-1072-March 9, 1780: Fifth document. John Montgomery order for rations for 1 man.

4906-3-1073-March 18, 1780: Top document. Faded. Issuing of rations. Names: John Page.

4907-3-1073-March 17, 1780: Second document. John Montgomery order for 6 day ration for 1 artificer.

4908-3-1073-March 17, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Rogers paid Andrew Robinson at Fort Pitt for 150 bushels of indian corn.

4909-3-1073-March 18, 1780: Fourth document. John Montgomery order for 4 day rations for 14 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4910-3-1074-March 17, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Faded. Names: Francois Bosseron, John Dodge.

4911-3-1074-March 17, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery order for 4 day mess ration.

4912-3-1074-March 12, 1780: Third document. John Montgomery order for Capt. Winston to issue 3 and 1/2 bushels of corn.

4913-3-1074-March 17, 1780: Fourth document on left. John Montgomery order 4 day rations for men of Capt. Shelby co.

4914-3-1074-March 11, 1780: Fifth document on right. John Montgomery order for hospital.

4915-3-1074-March 17, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 1 officer, 1 woman, 1 bowman and 1 soldier.

4916-3-1075-March 17, 1780: Top left document. John Montgomery order for rations for 2 men.

4917-3-1075-March 18, 1780: Top right document. Lieut. Richard Brasher order for rations for 1 man of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4918-3-1075-March 17, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 5 men, 2 women and 5 children in Capt. Robert George co.

4919-3-1075-March 17, 1780: Fourth document on left. Joseph Parkison sold sugar and coffee for company of Capt. John Rogers co. Names: William Parkison, Alex Munn.

4920-3-1075-March 17, 1780: Fifth document on right. Capt. Robert George requested taffia.

4921-3-1075-March 17, 1780: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher requested 4 day rations for 3 hunters.

4922-3-1076-1077-March 16, 1780: Top document. John Montgomery order for rations for 1 man of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4923-3-1076-1077-March 16, 1780: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher order for rations for 2 men.

4924-3-1078-1079-March 21, 1780: Monsieur Bienvenue account of expenditures for the state of Virginia for articles furnished troops. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified expenses were correct. Items and services listed were: cartage of items from the Mississippi River, several different loads of wood, flour given to the Indians, payment for flour to Monsieur Dalcherute, oats, and pork. Bienvenue signed he had received bills on the Treasurer of Virginia for his account.

4925-3-1080-1081-March 21, 1780: Mr. B. Dickson's account of expenditures for supplies issued to Major Legrass for payment by the Board of Trade. Items listed were: Dutch blanket, green cloth, calf skins, ivory comb, buttons, scarlet broad cloth, tracing papers, blue cloth, 1 dozen coat buttons, 6 white linen shirts, men's buttons, thread. Names: M. Green.

4926-3-1082-March 24, 1780: Top document. Faded. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day rations.

4927-3-1082-March 21, 1780: Center document. Monsieur Coco furnished 1 hog and 2 loads of wood for troops at Fort Clark. Names: John Montgomery, Patt Kennedy.

4928-3-1082-March 25, 1780: Bottom left document. John Montgomery received 6 loads of wood for use of troops at Fort Clark from Monsieur Touranjour.

4929-3-1082-March 24, 1780: Bottom right document. Colin Levin Pascal supplied iron for the use of the Commonwealth of Virginia troops in Illinois. Names: Martin Carney.

4930-3-1083-1084-March 21, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to issue 1 day ration for 1 man in Capt. John Williams Co.

4931-3-1083-1084-March 25, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery order to issue rations for 1 officer and 5 men of Capt. Shelby's co.

4932-3-1083-1084-March 21, 1780: Bottom left document. October 29, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio by William Shannon and George Rogers Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $6500 to Monsieur Daniel Maurice Linitot for funds, which he had furnished for use of the troops of the Western Department. M. Green accepted the Bill of Exchange to be discharged by exchange of tobacco on advice of Council.

4933-3-1083-1084-March 25, 1780: Bottom right document. John Montgomery requested rations for 5 men, 2 women and 4 children.

4934-3-1085-1086-March 21, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark June 6, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Kaskaskia to Treasurer of Virginia to pay $200 to Madam Mariemshel Rocheblave for sundries provided the troops. By advice of Council, Thomas Jefferson discharged the bill by exchange of tobacco. Names: Charles Charleville, Simon Nathan.

4935-3-1085-1086-March 29, 1780: Center document. Faded. Names: Aleaz Moss?

4936-3-1085-1086-March 27, 1780: Bottom left document. Prisoners given rations by Jarret Williams. Document 4937-3-1085-1086-March 31, 1780: Bottom right document. John Montgomery order for rations for men at Fort Clark.

4938-3-1087-1088-March 20, 1780: Top left document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for hospital. Names: John Montgomery.

4939-3-1087-1088-March 26, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark for 4 day rations for 1 man.

4940-3-1087-1088-March 14, 1780: Center left document. John Montgomery order for rations for spies at Kaskaskia.

4941-3-1087-1088-March 25, 1780: Center right document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for Fort Clark hospital.

4942-3-1087-1088-March 21, 1780: Bottom left document. Bill of Exchange for Oct. 29, 1779 sent to Treasurer of Virginia by George Rogers Clark and Will Shannon for payment of $8825. 20 due Monsieur Daniel Linctot for expenses of the Indian Department in Illinois. Names: Thomas Jefferson.

4943-3-1087-1088-March 25, 1780: Bottom right document. John Montgomery order for mess ration.

4944-3-1089-March 20, 1780: Top document. Frederick S. Guion received buffalo meat and bear

4945-3-1089-March 20, 1780-Continued: meat for Fort Clark from Henry Crutcher.

4946-3-1089-March 20, 1780: Center document. Henry Crutcher requested rations for 2 persons at Fort Clark.

4947-3-1089-March 20, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

4948-3-1090-1091-June 24, 1779: Bill of Exchange of George Rogers Clark and Will Shannon to Treasurer of Virginia for $141 due Monsieur Bienvenue for articles supplied at Fort Clark. Names: Thomas Jefferson.

4949-3-1092-1093-March 21, 1780: John Todd sent June 26, 1779 Bill of Exchange to Virginia Treasurer to pay $ 3004 to Monsieur Pierre Gamelin due him from the Commonwealth of Virginia for advanced money. Names: Thomas Jefferson, Simon Nathan.

4950-3-1094-March 25, 1780: Top left document. John Montgomery order for rations for 2 spies at Kaskaskia.

4951-3-1094-March 26, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery and George Rogers Clark order for rations for men of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

4952-3-1094-March 25, 1780: Third document on left. John Montgomery ration order for 6 men 2

4952-3-1094-March 25, 1780-Continued: women and 1 child in Capt. John Williams Co. at Kaskaskia.

4953-3-1094-March 22, 1780: Fourth document on right. John Montgomery ration order for 4 men.

4954-3-1094-March 24, 1780: Fifth document. John Montgomery ration order for 5 men at Fort Clark.

4955-3-1094-March 21, 1780: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for mess ration.

4956-3-1095-March 20, 1780: Bill of Exchange of John Todd Jr. sent to Virginia Treasurer to pay $ 188 to Col. LeGras. Names: Thomas Jefferson.

4957-3-1096-1098-March 22, 1780: Account of Monsieur Touranjour for expenditures of the state of Virginia for items and services of loads of wood, corn, flour, 10 trips of cartage to the fort, and rations. John Montgomery certified articles had been received and payment was made by the Treasurer of Virginia.

4958-3-1099-1100-March 21, 1780: John Todd Jr. June 27, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent to Virginia Treasurer to pay $1436 to Joseph Perradeau due him from the Commonwealth of Virginia. Names: Thomas Jefferson, Simon Nathan.

4959-3-1101-March 28, 1780: Top document. Edward Matthews received gun powder, lead and flints

4960-3-1101-March 28, 1780-Continued: from Capt. Taylor to be taken to the magazine for public use at the Falls of Ohio for public use.

4961-3-1101-March 25, 1780: Center document. Rations issued for 13 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. at Fort Clark. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, John Montgomery.

4962-3-1101-March 25, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 1 officer, 1 woman and 1 bowman.

BOX 623-FOLDER 60

VOUCHERS-MARCH 1780

FRAMES 1102-1150

137 documents filmed on 48 frames.

4963-3-1103-1104-March 20, 1780: Top left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton request a ration for 1 woman at the Falls of Ohio.

4964-3-1103-1104-March 1, 1780: Top right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton request for a ration for 1 man.

4965-3-1103-1104-March 29, 1780: Third document. John Montgomery order for 4 day rations for 3 artificers.

4966-3-1103-1104-March 26, 1780: Fourth document on left. Surgeon Rey requested 6 day rations for 2 men.

4967-3-1103-1104-March 29, 1780: Fifth document on right. John Montgomery order for 4 day rations for 22 men, 3 wash women and 1 child of Capt. John Williams company at Kaskaskia.

4968-3-1103-1104-March 5, 1780: Sixth document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 44 pounds of indian meal for 10 hunters at Fort Patrick Henry. Verso has reference to order for provisions for [prisoners of War] of the Kings Regiment. Names: Corporal James Duckworth.

4969-3-1103-1104-March 22, 1780: Bottom document. Michael Perrault order for salt ration to unnamed note bearer.

4970-3-1105-1106-March 26, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Gigne Sarpy was paid by Oliver Pollack of New Orleans for service for Colonel Clark.

4971-3-1105-1106-March 10, 1780: Top right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 7 day rations for 2 hunters at Fort Patrick Henry.

4972-3-1105-1106-March 7, 1780: Third document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton received 1 dyed beef hide for making a harness for collecting wood for Fort Patrick Henry.

4973-3-1105-1106-March 21, 1780: Fourth document on right. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give 7 rations to a hunter.

4974-3-1105-1106-March 5, 1780: Fifth document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton and Zephaniah Blackford certified 246 pounds of meat in Fort Patrick Henry commissary store was not useable due to thawing and no salt. It was ordered the meat be burned or thrown in to the River.

4975-3-1105-1106-March 13, 1780: Sixth document on right. Faded. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested rations for a carpenter and woman at Fort Patrick Henry.

4976-3-1105-1106-March 27, 1780: Bottom document. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested 7 day rations for 40 men and 1 woman under his command at Fort Patrick Henry.

4977-3-1107-March 10, 1780: Top left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue to note bearer a bucket of indian corn and bag for indians, who were on their way to War against the Chereone? [Cherokee].

4978-3-1107-March ?, 1780: Top right document. Faded. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 12 rations at Fort Patrick Henry.

4979-3-1107-March 2, 1780: Third document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 15 pounds of indian meal to Lieut. Thomas Willson for his journey to Falls of Ohio.

4980-3-1107-March 12, 1780: Fourth document on right. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue rations to 2 artificers.

4981-3-1107-March 5, 1780: Fifth document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 24 pounds of indian meal to William Hull and Levi Pine, who were hunters at the River of Ambro.

4982-3-1107-March 12, 1780: Bottom left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry to give 4 day rations to Mrs. Carbinne [Carbine], whose husband [Henry Carbine?] was on express to Falls of Ohio.

4983-3-1107-March 2, 1780: Bottom right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give 4 day rations to Mrs. Cardenning?, whose husband was on express to Falls of Ohio.

4984-3-1108-1109-March 21, 1780: Top document. July 17, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark from Fort Patrick Henry to Virginia Treasurer to pay $3950.30 to Col. J. M. P. LeGras for sundries provided to troops in Illinois county. Thomas Jefferson discharged the bill by exchange in tobacco.

4985-3-1108-1109-March 21, 1780: Bottom document. May 27, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Kaskaskia by George Rogers Clark to Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans to pay $400 to Monsieur Anthony Bienvenue for sundries furnished troops. Thomas Jefferson discharged the bill by exchange of tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan.

4986-3-1110-1111-March 21, 1780: Top document. August 6, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent by Henry Crutcher, Purchasing Commissary, to George Rogers Clark at Fort Clark for payment of $2260 to Monsieur Charleville of Kaskaskia for money used for troops. Thomas Jefferson discharged the bill by exchange of tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan, Capt. Richard Harrison.

4987-3-1110-1111-March 31, 1780: Second document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration for 4 artificers.

4988-3-1110-1111-March 27, 1780: Third document on right. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give flour ration to 1 woman, whose husband was on express.

4989-3-1110-1111-March 29, 1780: Fourth document on left. John Montgomery order for rations for 4 men and 1 officer in Capt. Shelby company.

4990-3-1110-1111-March 31, 1780: Fifth document on right. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 62 rations for agent and interpreter in the Indian Department.

4991-3-1110-1111-March 25, 1780: Bottom document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to some Ottawa? indians who were leaving the fort.

4992-3-1112-1113-March 28, 1780: Top left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton received a dried beef hide from the commissary for drawing wood by a team at Fort Patrick Henry.

4993-3-1112-1113-March 6, 1780: Top right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton certified the troops at Fort Patrick Henry received 81 pounds of meat and 313 pounds of indian meal from Zephaniah Blackford.

4994-3-1112-1113-March 25, 1780: Third document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give 6 rations to hunters.

4995-3-1112-1113-March 21, 1780: Fourth document on right. Lieu. Thomas Wilson order to Fort Patrick Henry for 7 rations for E. Murrey, who was on duty.

4996-3-1112-1113-March 13, 1780: Fifth document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for meat ration at Fort Patrick Henry.

4997-3-1112-1113-March 20, 1780: Sixth document on right. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 18 rations for 1 armor and wife.

4998-3-1112-1113-March 7, 1780: Seventh document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton ration order for 40 men under his command at Fort Patrick Henry.

4999-3-1112-1113-March 9, 1780: Eighth document on right. Valentine Thomas Dalton ration order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 artificers.

5000-3-1112-1113-March 13, 1780: Bottom left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested 7 day rations for 1 lieutenant, 1 ensign, 1 wash woman and 34 rank and file at Fort Patrick Henry.

5001-3-1112-1113-March 26, 1780: Bottom right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations

5001-3-1112-1113-March 26, 1780-Continued: for artificers.

5002-3-1114-1115-March 31, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for 38 men and 1 woman at Fort Patrick Henry.

5003-3-1114-1115-July 16, 1779: Top right document. Incomplete. Rations issued for 1 captain, 1 sergeant, and 4 rank and file.

5004-3-1114-1115-March 27, 1780: Third document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 6 day rations for 3 artificers.

5005-3-1114-1115-March 29, 1780: Fourth document in center. Valentine Thomas Dalton order half bushel of indian corn for hunters.

5006-3-1114-1115-March 4, 1780: Fifth document on right. Incomplete. Faded. $6.00 paid for ?

5007-3-1114-1115-No date: Sixth document on left. George Lewis was paid $138 in for nails to mend wagon, 2 collars. Names: John Fields.

5008-3-1114-1115-March 26, 1780: Seventh document on right. Indian corn issued to 2 indians at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5009-3-1114-1115-March 29, 1780: Eighth document on left. Fort Clark issued rations to 14 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: John Montgomery, Lieut. Richard Clark.

5010-3-1114-1115-March 18, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 1 quart of salt to the French tailor. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5011-3-1116-March 14, 1780: Top left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for 2 men who were on public service from the Falls of Ohio.

5011-3-1116-March 29, 1780: Top right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to issue 1 bushel of indian corn for the Indian Department.

5012-3-1116-March 7, 1780: Third document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 7 rations to John Wilson, who was left out of Capt. Taylor's company for 7 days.

5013-3-1116-March 17, 1780: Fourth document on left. ? Matthews sold 6 bushels of corn to Charles Beateis for use of the state of Virginia at Cahos.

5014-3-1116-March 3, 1780: Fifth document on right. Rations for doctor and bowman. Names: Merle Thomas.

5015-3-1116-March 20, 1780: Bottom document. John Brisco Jr. was paid $45 for flour at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark, J. Donne.

5016-3-1117-March 28, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson requested Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 10 pounds of indian meal for his journey to Kaskaskia.

5017-3-1117-March 9, 1780: Top right document. George Rogers Clark order to give 1 pound of powder, 2 pounds of lead, a shot bag and 3 clean shirts and 3 horses to Monsieur Fouries Janney? of Fort Nelson.

5018-3-1117-March 28, 1780: Third document. Henry Crutcher requested 4 day ration for 2 persons at Fort Clark.

5019-3-1117-March 20, 1780: Fourth document. Dan Atkers was paid by John Fields, forage master of Major George Slaughter, to use his shop and tools.

5020-3-1117-March 12, 1780: Bottom document. Mark Thomas requested rations for 77 men and 6 washer women.

5021-3-1118-March 20, 1780: Top document. J. Donne received 20 bushels of indian corn from Nathaniel Hart for use of the troops at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark. Abraham Lemas.

5022-3-1118-March 19, 1780: Center left document. Written in French. Fran Pnieio? was paid by Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for services or supplies provided to troops.

5023-3-1118-March , 1780: Center right document. Faded. Unable to read.

5024-3-1118-March 16, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. James Slaughter paid $5 to Peter Polsill for hay for pack horses while on command to Stanton.

5025-3-1119-March 15, 1780: Top document. James Smith received $30 from Lieut. James Slaughter for ferry service of 10 men while on command to Stanton.

5026-3-1119-March 13, 1780: Second document. Thomas Young was paid by Benjamin Fields for supplying hay, which was needed by Major George Slaughter co.

5027-3-1119-March 13, 1780: Third document on left. Jacob McRoy was paid. Names: Benjamin Fields, Major George Slaughter.

5028-3-1119-March 13, 1780: Fourth document on right. Statement for supplies purchased by Col. George Slaughter of Lou McQuire. Items listed were: oats and payment for breakfast and dinner.

5029-3-1119-March 10, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. John Dodge promised to pay M. Picker? for Document 5030-3-1119-March 10, 1780-Continued: use of horse for public service.

5031-3-1120-1121-March 20, 1780: Top left document. J. Donne bought 16 bushels of indian corn from John Briscoe, Jr. for use of troops. Names: George Rogers Clark.

5032-3-1120-1121-March 12, 1780: Top right document. Agent John Dodge was given a small pocket or packet of ? for use of troops. Names: J. Donne.

5033-3-1120-1121-March 20, 1780: Center document. James Slaughter order for rations for 7 men.

5034-3-1120-1121-March 17, 1780: Bottom left document. Monsieur Antoine Beauvenue [Beauvias] supplied 203 pounds of flour for troops . Patt Kennedy indicated flour was divided among those going on express, men manning guns and rest for the troops.

5035-3-1120-1121-March 12, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Incomplete. Names: Benjamin Fields, Benjamin Norman, Major George Slaughter.

5036-3-1122-1125-March 12, 1780: Top document. Rations issued for 7 wagon drivers. Names: Capt. Mark Thomas, John Fields.

5037-3-1122-1125-March 31, 1780: Center document. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested Fort Patrick Henry to issue 6 day rations for 1 an indian interpreter.

5038-3-1122-1125-March 8, 1780: Bottom left document. Incomplete. John Montgomery certified articles were supplied by Nicholas Lachance from September 10, 1779 until March 8, 1780. Items listed were wood, nails, 1 ox, which was taken at the plantation on the troops march against Post Vincent. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5039-3-1122-1125-March ?, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Names: Benjamin Fields, Major George Slaughter.

5040-3-1126-March 9, 1780: Top document. Lieut. James Slaughter order for 3 day ration for 14 men.

5041-3-1126-March 9, 1780: Second document. Ensign Robert Green bought 12 pounds of salt beef at Staunton, Virginia from Antho Mustoe for use of part of Major George Slaughter's regiment on march from Culpepper to Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Deane.

5042-3-1126-March 11, 1780: Third document on left. John Hand was paid by Benjamin Field for shelling for use of Major George Slaughter co.

5043-3-1126-March 11, 1780: Bottom left document. Faded. Names: Benjamin Fields, Jack Martin, Major Slaughter.

5044-3-1126-March 8, 1780: Bottom right document. Benjamin Fields paid John Roberts for hay used by Major Slaughter co.

5045-3-1127-March 20, 1780: Top document. Benjamin Settled was paid by Benjamin Fields forage master for Major Slaughter.

5046-3-1127-March 20, 1780: Second document. Lieut. James Slaughter order to commissary to issue 1 day ration for 6 men.

5047-3-1127-March 9, 1780: Third document. Lieut. James Slaughter order to commissary for 3 day ration for 1 man.

5048-3-1127-March 11, 1780: Bottom left document. George Slaughter certified to state of Virginia that Laurence Slaughter had supplied 407 pounds of indian meal for troops and that he was to paid 970 pounds [currency].

5049-3-1127-March 6, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Names: Capt. Winston, John Montgomery.

5050-3-1128-1129-March 17, 1780: Top document. Incomplete. George Rogers Clark from Fort Nelson replied to Capt. William Shannon's earlier letter and advised him that there was little news that Shannon would not have heard and instructed him to deliver 100 bushels of salt to Major Bosseron for use at O'Post. Names: Joseph Lindsay, Patt Kennedy.

5051-3-1128-1129-March 4, 1780: Bottom left document. John Poindexter's account to Commonwealth of Virginia for account of Major George Slaughter expenses for breakfast and dinners for 5 soldiers at $ 6.00 each.

5052-3-1128-1129-March 20, 1780: Bottom right document. Reference to payment of Bills of Exchange at Fort Clark. Names: M. Williams.

5053-3-1130-1131-March 5, 1780: Top document. John Poindexter was paid by Major George Slaughter for 2 gallons of whiskey used by Slaughter's troops.

5054-3-1130-1131-March 4, 1780: Center document. Ann Jackson was paid by forage master John Tulp, for fodder for Major Slaughter.

5055-3-1130-1131-March 5, 1780: Bottom document. ? Hoywood was paid by forage master John Tulp for hay provided to Major Slaughter.

5056-3-1132-1133-March 3, 1780: Top document. Account of Richard Winston for receiving taffia, salt and indian corn from Henry Crutcher.

5057-3-1132-1133-March 31, 1780: Center left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton received 150 pounds of indian meal and 9 quarts of salt on behalf of hunters.

5058-3-1132-1133-March 1, 1780: Center right document. John Beasles was paid $72 for iron by Ensign Robert Green for Major George Slaughter.

5059-3-1132-1133-March 2, 1780: Bottom left document. Faded. Names: Ensign Robert Green for payment on behalf of Major George Slaughter. Unable to read all.

5060-3-1132-1133-March 30, 1780: Bottom right document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Monsieur Joseph Dagenett had furnished 15 bushels of indian corn for Major Francois Bosseron account for use of troops at Fort Patrick Henry.

5061-3-1134-1135-March 1, 1780: Account of Jean Baptiste Beauvais to Commonwealth of Virginia supplying 7,000 pounds of flour and 29 loads of wood at a total cost of $589, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark in the Illinois country et Bills of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia for payment.

5062-3-1136-March 3, 1780: Top document. Ensign Robert Green paid Thomas Connly for provisions for Major George Slaughter co.

5063-3-1136-March 31, 1780: Second document on left. Quarter master James Finn requested rations.

5064-3-1136-March 30, 1780: Third document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery requested rations for 5 men, 2 wash women and 1 child of Capt. Williams co. at Fort Clark.

5065-3-1136-March 7, 1780: Fourth document. Robert Wilson of Old Town, Maryland was paid $52 for 9 quarts of whiskey by Laurence Slaughter for use of Major George Slaughter co.

5066-3-1136-March 2, 1780: Bottom left document. Major [George] Slaughter paid John Fields for 12 bushels of corn.

5067-3-1136-March 2, 1780: Bottom right document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Bienveaus, Richard Winston.

5068-3-1137-March 30, 1780: Top document. Monsieur Quicket sold 100 pounds of flour and 2 loads of wood at Fort Clark for use of troops. Names: Patt Kennedy.

5069-3-1137-March 31, 1780: Second document on left. James Finn certified Mr. Winston's cart was used half a day at Fort Clark.

5070-3-1137-March 30, 1780: Third document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day mess ration for 5.

5071-3-1137-March 30, 1780: Fourth document on left. Rations issued for March 30 through April 2, 1780 for 6 artificers. Names: Shadrach Bond, John Montgomery.

5072-3-1137-March 30, 1780: Fifth document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations for 3 men of Capt. Evans co.

5073-3-1137-March 30, 1780: Sixth document. Major George Slaughter order to commissary for 2 pounds of pork and 10 pounds of meal.

5074-3-1137-March 30, 1780: Bottom document. Thomas Slaughter purchased forage from John

5074-3-1137-March 30, 1780-Continued: Fields for Major George Slaughter co.

5075-3-1138-March 30, 1780: Top document. Thomas Slaughter bought 2 collars from Lewis Wooten for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5076-3-1138-March 30, 1780: Second document on left. John Montgomery requested rations for 15 men at Fort Clark.

5077-3-1138-March 28, 1780: Third document on right. Frederick S. Guion received 200 pounds of flour from Rago Bovea for use of troops at Fort Clark.

5078-3-1138-March 27, 1780: Fourth left document. Capt. Richard McCarty received 50 pounds of flour from W. Morier for use of troops under his command for the state of Virginia.

5079-3-1138-March 29, 1780: Fifth document in center. George Mise was paid $300 by Thomas Slaughter for ferry service of men and baggage of Major Slaughter corp over the Potomac River.

5080-3-1138-March 30, 1780: Sixth document on right. Major George Slaughter order to issue equal meal to 7 men, who were staying in Old Town.

5081-3-1138-March 29, 1780: Bottom document. Thomas Slaughter paid for 1 collar and housing to

5081-3-1138-March 29, 1780-continued: Thomas Hord while in service of Major George Slaughter.

5082-3-1139-1140-March 29, 1780: Top document. Written in French. 123 rations issued at Cahos. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, C. Wallace.

5083-3-1139-1140-March 27, 1780: Second document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order at Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 3 artificers.

5084-3-1139-1140-March 29, 1780: Third document. James Finn received a load of wood for use of Fort Clark from S' Gem Bovey.

5085-3-1139-1140-March 29, 1780: Bottom left document. Benjamin Jones was paid by Thomas Slaughter for collar and showing horses in service of Major George Slaughter.

5086-3-1139-1140-March 29, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Incomplete. Rations issued for 15 men and 1 woman. Names: Capt. John Williams.

5087-3-1141-1144-March 29, 1780: Top document. Duplicates. Thomas Cresap? was paid $1,020 by Thomas Slaughter for 25 and half bushels of corn for use of Major B. Slaughter Troops. [ Reference to B. instead of George may indicate error in reference to buyer.]

5088-3-1141-1144-March 25, 1780: Bottom document. Certification and appraisement of a bateau (row

5088-3-1141-1144-March 25, 1780-Continued: boat) owned by Levin Ponde? and for use of George Rogers Clark to be worth 2,000 pounds-Virginia currency. Names: John Bincor, Silas Harland, I. Flatt, Edwin Bulger?

5089-3-1145-March 21, 1780: George Rogers Clark May 27, 1779 Bill of Exchange No. 9 for $400, which was due but not paid to Monsieur Antoine Bienvenue for sundries furnished for use of troops at Kaskaskia. Sent to Oliver Pollock or Treasurer of Virginia. Names: Thomas Jefferson, Simon Nathan. Bottom of document included another Bill of Exchange written and signed by William Shannon and George Rogers Clark for $18,824.20 due to Monsieur Daniel Maurice Linctot for expenses of Indian Department of Illinois.

5090-3-1146-March 21, 1780: Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $200 due Madam Rocheblave for sundries furnished garrison at Kaskaskia. Bottom of document written in French with reference to Monsieur Charles Charleville of Kaskaskia. Names: Narremih I. Lochblasae, Simon Nathan, Thomas Jefferson. Payment was discharged by exchange of tobacco.

5091-3-1147-March 21, 1780: Reminder of Bill of Exchanged dated October 29, 1779, for sundries furnished for troops in Western Department, which was not paid until March 21, 1780 by exchange of tobacco. Names: George Rogers Clark, William Shannon, Thomas Jefferson, Simon Nathan, Monsieur Daniel Maurice Linctot.

5092-3-1148-March 21, 1780: June 24, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark and William Shannon from Fort Clark in the Illinois to Treasurer of Virginia for $141 due Monsieur Bienvenue for sundry articles furnished state of Virginia. Bottom page of document has reference to a July 17, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Patrick Henry for $3,950 due Col. Luzanor? for use of Illinois troops. Illinois. Document 5093-3-1149-1150-March 23, 1780: Accounting of meat and rations issued at Fort Clark and sent to Sate of Virginia by Henry Crutcher and hunters. Supplies listed were bear meat and company receiving rations. Names: John Montgomery, Lieut. Piarault.

BOX 623-FOLDER 61

LETTERS-APRIL 1780

Frames #1151-1170

6 documents filmed on 18 frames.

5094-3-1152-1153-April 18, 1780: David Bradford's letter from Ohio County to Col. John Pondictor, Auditor and Capt. Biggs at Richmond. Bradford stated he was agreeable to public notification from the [auditor] office for the transmittal of John Guthridge account along with certificate of Capt. Biggs. Reference to memorandum on back of the Linctot? message to Col. Stack. Circumstances of the situation indicate John Guthridge was an officer in [Ohio] county and that George Rogers Clark found it necessary to impress a few horses for his western expedition and charge to the public. The owner of the horses brought suit and obtained verdict for the sum mentioned in the account and it appears the officer's goods were sold at a sheriff's sale. The money obtained from the sale of the officer's goods was one third the value and the writer indicated it was not fair for a good officer doing public service to receive only a certificate.

5095-3-1153-1154-April 26, 1780: Top document. Letter written either April 26, 1780 or 1781 to John Dodge by George Rogers Clark from Mouth of Ohio [River], where he had arrived the day before. A note on verso indicated the date of the letter is uncertain. Letter is not clearly written and Clark wrote that Capt. Bentley would give the news.

5096-3-1154-1155-April 17, 1780: Bottom document. December 19, 1778 Bill of Exchange sent from Kaskaskia by George Rogers Clark to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans to pay $225.25 to Monsieur Durad for sundries furnished the state

5096-3-1154-1155-April 17, 1780-Continued: of Virginia. Verso written in French.

5097-3-1156-1159-April 26, 1780: Two copies of same document-3-1153-1154 but a different arrangement for filming. Letter written either April 26, 1780 or 1781 to John Dodge by George Rogers Clark from Mouth of Ohio [River], where he had arrived the day before. A note on verso indicated the date of the letter is uncertain. Letter is not clearly written and Clark wrote that Capt. Bentley would give the news.

5098-3-1160-1161-April 3, 1780: A written copy of George Rogers Clark's letter of appointment from Headquarters at Louisville for Capt. James Moore as Deputy Commissary of Purchases for the Department of the Illinois. Instructions given with the appointment required Capt. Moore to reside at the post until later notice and to purchase corn, flour and beans at the lowest price. Clark wrote the price of corn would shortly fall to $30 per bushel and that Moore should not pay more than $60. Instructions were given concerning the amount of grain to keep and making of flour. Moore was to pay regard to orders issued from the commander in chief of the department, his superiors or the Purchasing Commissary. Moore was to employ sufficient number of artificers to make 100 neat small barges to be ready in 2 months, with 4 month rations for 5 men per barge. Major Slaughter was to give necessary assistance of his troops to Moore. Clark advised Moore to conduct himself in boat expenses and commented to his dependence upon diligence and patriotism but also stressed confidence and expectations, which would do honor to him and to his country. Any of the troops, who could meet Moore's purposes as boat builders would be assigned to him.

5099-3-1162-1169-April 3, 1780: Two copies of the original George Rogers Clark letter of appointment of Capt. James Moore as Deputy Commissary of Purchases. See written copy of letter, which is Document 5546 on Frames #1160-1161.

BOX 623-FOLDER 62

VOUCHERS-APRIL 1780

Frames #1170-1211

84 documents filmed on 41 frames.

5100-3-1171-1172-April 20, 1780: Top document. Mrs. Isaac Levy sold taffia and tobacco for use of the Indians and was paid by the agent at Cahos. Names: John Dodge, ? Brady, W. Alvin.

5101-3-1171-1172-April 28, 1780: Center document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for sick in hospital at Fort Clark.

5102-3-1171-1172-April 6, 1780: Bottom document. Appraisement of expenses of Capt. Richard McCarty account owed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Due to high cost, a low settlement was made. Listed items: copper camp kettle, small brass kettle, 16 half axes, 12 tomahawks, 2 caulking frons, fuses, and cable rope. Names: F. Marshall.

5103-3-1173-1174-April 12, 1780: Top left document. John Montgomery order for flour and pork ration.

5104-3-1173-1174-April 16, 1780: Top right document. Faded. Rations of flour, beef and whiskey. Names: ? Slaughter.

5105-3-1173-1174-April ?, 1780: Center left document. James Willey received 8 pounds of soap from Richard Dodge. Names: George Rogers Clark.

5106-3-1173-1174-June 23, 1780: Center right document. Capt. Robert George requested Fort Jefferson to give 1 brass stand to Joseph Anderson. Names: George Rogers Clark.

5107-3-1173-1174-May 1, 1780: Bottom document. Difficult to read due to blurred ink. Reference to 6 day beef ration for 8 men beginning May 1, 1780. Major Thomas wrote he had bacon. Names: George Slaughter.

5108-3-1175-1176-April 20, 1780: Top left document. John O. Poke received 230 pounds of indian meal from Zephaniah Blackford for company of 30 men at Fort Patrick Henry.

5109-3-1175-1176-April 1, 1780: Top right document. Major George Slaughter paid $100 to Mary Rogers at Skipton. Names: Jack Rogers, Robert Willson, John Jackman.

5110-3-1175-1176-April 10, 1780: Center left document. John Dodge received 80 pounds of pitch for use of the public from Isaac Levy and was to repay with 80 pounds of shaved skins. Verso has reference to 8 yards of linen.

5111-3-1175-1176-April 16, 1780: Center right document. Thomas Slaughter paid $200 to James Boggs of Skipton for room, fire wood, and candles for use of Major George Slaughter company of Virginians.

5112-3-1175-1176-April 20, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued for 9 men, 2 women and 1 child in Capt. Robert George co. at Fort Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion,

5113-3-1175-1176-April 20, 1780-Continued: Capt. John Williams.

5114-3-1177-1178-April 21, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Richard Clark of Illinois Regiment received 300 pounds of flour from Capt. Frolin for use of state of Virginia.

5115-3-1177-1178-April 8, 1780: Top right document. Payment to Benjamin Kuykennd by Joseph Lindsay.

5116-3-1177-1178-April 8, 1780: Third document. John Montgomery order for 8 day ration for 1 express man at Fort Clark.

5117-3-1177-1178-April 23, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: John Dodge.

5118-3-1179-1180-April 4, 1780: Top document. Estimated value of 2 piroagues (dug out canoes) owned by Henry O'Hara and taken by the state of Virginia for use at Kaskaskia to be worth $200 in paper money. Names: Stephen Stevenson, Frank O'Hare, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark, Vincent Pitts?, ? Brady.

5119-3-1179-1180-April 4, 1780: Bottom left document. Nathan Allen was appointed Horse Master and 2 described horses were delivered to him. Names: Nathaniel Randle.

5120-3-1179-1180-April 6, 1780: Bottom right document. Thomas Hall was paid $32 for 1 quart of whiskey by Thomas Slaughter for use of Major George Slaughter.

5121-3-1181 -1182-April 1, 1780: Top document. Thomas Mumysberg? received $50 from Thomas Slaughter for 5 day use of room and $30 for hire of a wagon for use of Major George Slaughter on their march to Fort Pitt.

5122-3-1181-1182-April 4, 1780: Center document. Robert Campbell was paid 20 pounds of Pennsylvania currency at Pittsburgh by Capt. Rogers for a quarter yard of silk.

5123-3-1181-1182-April 7, 1780: Bottom left document. Zinett Williams requested rations for Capt. Shelby's company of 1 lieutenant, 3 sergeants, and 6 privates at Fort Clark.

5124-3-1181-1182-April 7, 1780: Bottom right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery requested 4 day mess rations.

5125-3-1183-1184-April 3, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 1 officer, 1 woman and 1 bowman.

5126-3-1183-1184-April 7, 1780: Second document on left. Joseph Sanders paid $200 to Matthew Michel for 20 pounds of beacon [bacon].

5127-3-1183-1184-April 3, 1780: Third document on right. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for ration of beef and meal for 30 men, 3 women and 1 child in Capt. John Williams co. at Fort Clark.

5128-3-1183-1184-April 3, 1780: Fourth document. Rations for 4 days for 2 artificers were issued. Names: Shadrach Bond, John Montgomery.

5129-3-1183-1184-April 3, 1780: Bottom document. William McCoy sold a musket at Fort Pitt to Capt. John Rogers for $100 and for use of a soldier. Names: Robert Beall.

5130-3-1185-April 4, 1780: Top left document. Miami Indians were given a bag and 10 pounds of corn. Names: John Montgomery, Leonard Helm.

5131-3-1185-April ?, 1780: Top center document. Faded. Can read only name of John Montgomery.

5132-3-1185-April 5, 1780: Top right document. Capt. John Williams order rations for 9 men.

5133-3-1185-April 6, 1780: Fourth document. William Peton was paid for a bushel of corn by Joseph Sanders.

5134-3-1185-April 6, 1780: Fifth document. Matthew Mulehead was paid $160 by Lieut. Thomas

5134-3-1185-April 6, 1780-Continued: Sanders of Major Slaughter for 16 pounds of bacon.

5135-3-1185-April 12, 1780: Bottom document. Rations for 4 days were issued to 2 artificers. Names: Shadrach Bond, John Montgomery.

5136-3-1186-1187-April 5, 1780: List of rations issued at Fort Clark for 4 days for officers and rank in file of companies of Capt. Williams, McCarty, Shelby and George. There were 6 women, 3 children and 96 rank and file. There were a total of 396 rations issued. Names: John Montgomery.

5137-3-1188-April 15, 1780: Top left document. John Montgomery order for commissary to issue 8 day double rations of 4 of Edward Murray in the state's service as express.

5138-3-1188-April 8, 1780: Top right document. Daniel Coyen? was paid $700 for 10 bushels of corn by Thomas Slaughter for use of Capt. George Slaughter corp.

5139-3-1188-April 8, 1780: Center document. Andrew Montgomery sold a horse for 1000 pounds currency to Major George Slaughter for John Battiest Degriena, who was Chief of the Kaskaskia Indians. Names: Benjamin Roberts.

5140-3-1188-April 9, 1780: Bottom left document. Rations issued for Capt. Richard McCarty co. including 6 women and 1 child at Fort Clark.

5141-3-1188-April 8, 1780: Bottom right document. Incomplete. Names: Thomas Slaughter, Major George Slaughter, James Weston?,

5142-3-1189-1190-April 8, 1780: Disbursement of sundries by John Donne, Deputy Auditor of the Western Illinois Department of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Accounting began Nov. 16, 1779 and went to April 8, 1780. Listed were: rope, kegs, salt for hunters, padlock, butcher knife, bay stallion, payment to negro for cutting wood, house rent for a carpenter's shop, beef, delivery of horses, payment for hunting corn, staples, boards [lumber], repairing of barracks, boat. Names: Groise Morris, Michael Wolf, James M. Auly, Samuel Kirley, James Delany, Joseph Waller, William White, Robert Benham, Isaac Romine for cooper work, D. Standeford for oil for the arms, Capt. Smith, Patt M. Auley, John Brown, Jesse Rude, Samuel Harrod, Edward Welch.

5143-3-1191-April 9, 1780: Top document. Rations issued for 1 man of Capt. John Williams co. Names: John Montgomery.

5144-3-1191-April 9, 1780: Second document. Thomas Slaughter paid $80 to Richard Hall for ferry service for part of Major George Slaughter's co. and baggage over the Bigg Crossing of Yohagania?

5145-3-1191-April 8, 1780: Third document on left. Jarrett Williams requested 4 day ration for 10 men of Capt. Shelby's co. at Fort Clark.

5146-3-1191-April 11, 1780: Fourth document on right. Joseph Freeman was paid $69 by Thomas Slaughter for 10 pounds of bacon for use of Major George Slaughter troops.

5147-3-1191-April 15, 1780: Fifth document. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested 4 day rations for 2 new recruits at Fort Clark. Names: John Montgomery.

5148-3-1191-April 10, 1780: Bottom document. Thomas Slaughter paid $25 to Danellon [ Daniel Akers for pork for use of Major George Slaughter co.

5149-3-1192-1193-April 12, 1780: List of rations issued at Fort Clark for 4 days for officers and rank and file of companies of Capt. Williams, Capt. McCarty, Capt. George and Capt. Shelby. There were 8 women, 9 children and 62 rank and file. Names: John Montgomery.

5150-3-1194-April 9, 1780: Top document. Monsieur Lachance supplied 300 pounds of flour for use of Virginia troops. Names: Patt Kennedy.

5151-3-1194-April 9, 1780: Center document. Thomas Slaughter paid $ 78 to Joseph Mortan for 1 bushel of oats and beef for use of Major George Slaughter co. Names: Henry Smock.

5152-3-1194-April 9, 1780: Bottom document. A horse was sold at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Monsieur Martin Cannoy, Nathan Allen Hitt?

5153-3-1195-1196-April 16, 1780: List of rations issued at Fort Clark from April 13 to April 16, 1780 for officers and rank and file of Capt. Williams, Capt. McCarty, Capt. Shelby and Capt. George. There were 10 children, 7 women, and 63 rank and file. Names: Henry Crutcher, John Montgomery.

5154-3-1197-1198-April 12, 1780: Top document. Martin Carney issued 2 rifles to John Walker at the Falls of Ohio.

5155-3-1197-1198-April 27, 1780: Second document on left. George Slaughter order to issue powder to Capt. Hogeland.

5156-3-1197-1198-April 5, 1780: Third document on right. Rations issued to Capt. John Williams co. at Fort Clark.

5157-3-1197-1198-April 25, 1780: Fourth document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Major Francois Bosseron supplied Fort Patrick Henry garrison 75 bushels of indian corn for use of troops.

5157-3-1197-1198-April 12, 1780: Bottom document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Monsieur Cononore furnished Fort Patrick Henry with 4 bushels of indian corn for use of the troops.

5158-3-1199-1200-April 14, 1780: Top document. June 19, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark by William Shannon and George Rogers Clark to Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for $52 due Antoine Lamarche for cattle, horse, flour furnished troops stationed in the Illinois county. Verso written in French.

5159-3-1199-1200-April ?, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark June 8, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Kaskaskia to Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock for payment of $1427 to Charles Graitiot for sundries furnished troops.

5160-3-1201-1202-August 25, 1779: "An Account of Quarter Masters stores issued at Fort Clark in the Illinois under the direction of Patrick Kennedy, Assistant Conductor for the Illinois Department commencing June 9, 1779." "There appears also from the said Crouchers [Crutcher] Memoir and ? that the following articles were delivered by him to the persons here after mentioned." Kennedy marked entries with * when he could not find any orders or receipts for the same. He also wrote " the several articles in this [Account] except the lead, coffee, taffia, sugar and broad cloth appears to have been received from Capt. Shannon, Conductor General as Mr. said Crouchers receipt for the same." June 9, 1779 is the first dated entry. Accounting for type of goods issued to military persons were listed for Ammunition including powder and lead; arms including guns, fussills [fusil], tomahawks; camp equipage including tents, brass kettles, oil cloths; oars; cables for boats; ropes for boats; bateau (row boat); piroagues (dug out canoe); and sundry articles including paper, bags, beef hides, caulking iron, candles and tallow, and corn. Persons placing orders for items were: Capt. Shannon, Capt. Shelby, Capt. Williams, Doctor Rey, Col. Clark, Capt. Harrison, Major Bowman, Capt. McCarty, I. Bowman, Capt. Rogers, Lieut. Clark, James Finn, Col. Montgomery, Quitt Reid, and Doctor Garland. Items were issued for person placing order, Illinois Regiment, Hospital, Commissary Department, Capt. Taylor, militia, mess, artillery, indians, hunters, M. Placy, butchers, I. Drongal. Other items listed were coffee, sugar, taffia. Names: Col. John Todd, Jr.

5161-3-1203-1204-April 18, 1780: Top document. Capt. Williams order for rations for his company at Fort Clark. Number of rank and file and officers are listed including 4 women and 1 child.

5162-3-1203-1204-April 18, 1780: Center document. April 30, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark by George Rogers Clark to Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment to Monsieur Lafontaine or to his order for sundries furnished for use of the state of Virginia. Verso written in French. Unable to read names of persons on verso.

5163-3-1203-1204-April 15, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Rogers paid $10 to repair a rudder on a bateau. Ink blotch prevented reading name of person paid.

5164-3-1205-1206-April 1780: Top document. June 17, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark in the Illinois by George Rogers Clark and William Shannon to Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans to pay $137.00 to David McCray for sundries furnished troops stationed at Kaskaskia. Verso written in French.

5165-3-1205-1206-April 13, 1780: Center document. Thomas Slaughter paid $290 to Robert M. Laughlin for 14 pounds of bacon, oats and 2 days pasture for part of Major George Slaughter corps.

5166-3-1205-1206-April 15, 1780: Bottom left document. Benjamin Field paid $95 to Samuel Freeman for 9 and 1/2 pounds of bacon for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5167-3-1205-1206-April 14, 1780: Bottom right document. John Montgomery order for rations for 10 men, who were marching to Fort Clark.

5168-3-1207-1208-April 15, 1780: Top left document. Rations issued for companies of Capt. Williams, Capt. McCarty, Capt. George and Capt. Shelby at Fort Clark. Names: Jaine Williams.

5169-3-1207-1208-April 13, 1780: Top right document. Rations issued at Fort Clark for 6 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Robert George Co. Names: Capt. John

5169-3-1207-1208-April 13, 1780-Continued: Williams, Frederick S. Guion.

5170-3-1207-1208-April 12, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. John Williams order for 4 day rations for his company of 42 including 2 women, 1 child and 28 privates.

5171-3-1207-1208-April 12, 1780: Fourth document on right. Thomas Slaughter paid Daniel Cresap for caykon for use of Major George Slaughter's corps.

5172-3-1207-1208-April 14, 1780: Fifth document on left. Meal was purchased from Thomas Dunn for use of Major George Slaughter corps. Names: Benjamin Fields, Thomas Slaughter.

5173-3-1207-1208-April 17, 1780: Sixth document. John Montgomery order for rations for 1 day command of men to Fort Clark.

5174-3-1207-1208-April 14, 1780: Bottom document. Benjamin Fields paid $80 to John Richey for 6 bushels of corn for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5175-3-1209-April 14, 1780: Top document. Frederick S. Guion received 500 pounds of flour from Rago Bovia for use of troops at Fort Clark.

5176-3-1209-April 13, 1780: Center document. Lieut. Richard Clark order for 5 day rations for Document 5176-3-1209-April 13, 1780-Continued: Capt. Richard McCarty company of 31 persons including 20 rank and file, 1 wash woman and 3 children.

5177-3-1209-April 15, 1780: Bottom left document. Patt Kennedy certified Monsieur Vital Beauvais had delivered 96 bushels of wheat equal to 3250 pounds of flour for troop use in Illinois with state of Virginia responsible for expenditure.

5178-3-1209-April 12, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Difficult to read. Names: Martin Carney, William Miller at Falls of Ohio.

5179-3-1210-1211-April 10, 1780: Top document. Rations issued to 2 artificers for days. Names: Shadrach Bond, Capt. John Williams.

5180-3-1210-1211-April 25, 1780: Center document. Zephaniah Blackford received 1 hog from Monsieur Andrew Pilkey for use of troops at Fort Patrick Henry.

5181-3-1210-1211-April 20, 1780: Bottom document. List of rations issued at Fort Clark 108 persons including 58 rank and file, 8 women, 8 children, 1 surgeon, 2 artificers, 2 spies, 8 sergeants and others in companies of Capt. John Williams, Capt. Richard McCarty, Capt. Robert George, and Capt. Shelby.

BOX 623-FOLDER 63

VOUCHERS, RETURNS OF PROVISIONS

APRIL 1780

Frames #1212-1281

169 documents filmed on 69 frames.

5182-3-1213-1214-April 7, 1780: Top document. James Trabue received 530 pounds of buffalo beef from David Patant for use of militia at Riddells Station on ? Creek.

5183-3-1213-1214-April 3, 1780: Bottom document. Concerns the expenses of William Galespie [Gillaspey] 1,000 mile journey of 55 days from New Orleans to Kaskaskia with Letters from Oliver Pollock. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery and Deputy Commander Richard Winston commended Galespie for making a successful trip during which time he had been exposed to severe uncommon winter weather and been exposed to danger of many Indian nations. Montgomery and Winston recommended the worthy Galespie and payment of expenses to the Virginia Governor and Council. Expenditures were for 2 New Orleans men, who helped on the trip, purchase of 4 horses to replace those which died, were lost and stolen. Two horses were hired by Galespie for the 55 day trip from Arkansas to Kaskaskia. Document certified William Galespie had safely delivered Oliver Pollock' s Letters. The Virginia Council on Dec. 12, 1780 agreed to pay only half of Galespie's expenses since he went to Illinois on his own business and returned to New Orleans but did recognize he had brought dispatches for Congress. Names: Thomas Jefferson.

5184-3-1215-1216-April 7, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard McCarty received 1 large brass kettle, 1 small kettle and 2 fuses for use of his company at Fort Clark.

5285-3-1215-1216-April 3, 1780: Bottom document. Order from Col. William Clark to John Todd to give 5 pieces of blue cloth, 2 pieces of white cloth to Capt. Richard McCarty.

5186-3-1217-1218-April 28, 1780: Abstract of goods received of Col. Todd and issued according to his and Col. Clark's directions from Nov. 28, 1779 to April 28, 1780. Goods included 22 pieces of blue cloth, 2 pieces of white cloth, 44

5186-3-1217-1218-April 28, 1780-Continued: pieces of flannel, 73 yards of blue cloth, 18 yards of white cloth, 4 boxes of buttons, 1 dozen buttons, and thread. Names listed were: Martin Carney, Capt. Rogers, Massham Brashear, Capt. Edward Worthington, Lieut. Brashear, Capt. John Baley, Ensign Slaughter, Capt. Harrison, Capt. Dodge, Capt. Moose, and John Isaac. References to making clothing for soldiers and payment of unnamed tailor.

5187-3-1219-1220-April 7, 1780: Top document. Names: Thomas Jenton?

5188-3-1219-1220-April 25, 1780: Second document on left. John Montgomery at Fort Clark order for 40 pounds of flour for 2 men to take to Col. Clark.

5189-3-1219-1220-April 25, 1780: Third document on right. John Montgomery order to issue 4 day ration for Edward Murrey.

5190-3-1219-1220-April 26, 1780: Fourth document. Martin Carney issued a rifle/gun to Laurence Slaughter at the banks of the Mississippi River for use of his company in the Illinois Virginia Regiment commanded by Col. George Rogers Clark.

5191-3-1219-1220-April 26, 1780: Fifth document. John Montgomery order for 9 day ration for 1 artificer.

5192-3-1219-1220-April 17, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. John Montgomery order to Michael Carney to pay Monsieur Beyz?

5193-3-1221-1222-April 29, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Richard Clark order for rations for Capt. Richard McCarty company consisting of 33 persons including 21 rank and file, 6 women, 1 child, 1 drummer, 1 fifer.

5194-3-1221-1222-April 24, 1780: Top right document. Michael Perault order for rations for Capt. Richard McCarty company of 25 persons including 3 children, 2 women, 16 rank and file and 4 sergeants.

5195-3-1221-1222-April 29, 1780: Third document. Rations issued for 4 days for 6 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Robert George Co. Names: Frederick S. Guion, John Montgomery.

5196-3-1221-1222-April 24, 1780: Bottom left document. Fort Clark issued 4 day ration for 6 men of Capt. Shelby. Names: D. Highs, Capt. John Williams.

5197-3-1221-1222-April 29, 1780: Bottom right document. John Montgomery order for mess ration for 7 of his men.

5198-3-1223-April 29, 1780: Top left document. Fort Clark issued 2 day rations for 9 men. Names: John Montgomery, Ensign Williams.

5199-3-1223-April 29, 1780: Top right document. Joseph Richey received $60 from Benjamin Fields for 2 bushels of corn and 5 pounds of bacon for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5200-3-1223-April 24, 1780: Third document on left. Fort Clark issued 2 day rations for part of Capt. Robert George Artillery including 1 gunner, 3 matross, 2 women and 4 children. Names: John Montgomery, Frederick S. Guion.

5201-3-1223-No date: Fourth document in center. Writing has been scratched out. Other words mention 192 pounds of beef and flour.

5202-3-1223-April 26, 1780: Fifth document on right. Martin Carney issued a rifle to Capt. John Baley for use of his company in the Illinois Regiment of Col. George Rogers Clark.

5203-3-1223-April 24, 1780: Sixth document on left. Rations were issued for 4 days for 2 artificers. Names: Shadrach Bond, John Montgomery.

5204-3-1223-April 20, 1780: Bottom document. Rations were issued for 4 days for 2 artificers. Names: Shadrach Bond, John Montgomery.

5205-3-1224-1225-April 26, 1780: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order for 6 day meat ration for himself, wife and bowman.

5206-3-1224-1225-April 25, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark for 6 day ration for 1 officer, and 11 men.

5207-3-1224-1225-April 22, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. Richard McCarty received 100 pounds of flour from Monsieur Daimon for use of troops of the state of Virginia at Cahos.

5208-3-1224-1225-April 28, 1780: Fourth document on right. John Montgomery order to give 8 quarts of ? to John Marny?

5209-3-1224-1225-April 27, 1700: Fifth document on left. John Montgomery order to issue 2 day ration to 3 men of Capt. Robert George co.

5210-3-1224-1225-April 20, 1780: Sixth document on right. Ensign Robert Green was repaid for provisions, which he had purchased while on command. Names: Thomas Slaughter, Major George Slaughter.

5211-3-1224-1225-April 19, 1780: Bottom document. Benjamin Harrison was paid $400 by Col. George Slaughter for 8 deer skins to make moccasins for soldiers under his command.

5212-3-1226-April 17, 1780: Top left document. Rations were issued to Capt. Richard McCarty company including 30 rank and file, 2, women, and 3 children.

5213-3-1226-April 17, 1780: Top right document. Fort Clark issued 4 day rations for 5 men of Capt. Shelby's co. Names: Capt. John Williams, D. Hicks

5214-3-1226-April 17, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. Johnes provided 1 hog for use of troops at Fort Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion,

5215-3-1226-April 22, 1780: Fourth document on right. Rations were issued for 3 days at Cahos for 9 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, John Montgomery.

5216-3-1226-April 20, 1780: Fifth document on left. Rations issued for 4 men, 2 women and 1 child of Capt. Robert George co. Names: Shadrach Bond, John Montgomery.

5217-3-1226-April 7, 1780: Sixth document on right. John Montgomery order to issue 8 day double flour ration to Edward Murrray if the commissary did not have any meat.

5218-3-1226-April 22, 1780: Bottom document. Thomas Slaughter received 4 bushels of corn from Benjamin Fields for use of Major George Slaughter.

5219-3-1227-1228-April 24, 1780: Rations issued at Fort Clark for troops commanded by John Montgomery. Total of 572 rations were issued to 93 persons in companies of Capt. John Williams, Capt. Richard McCarty, Capt. Robert George and Capt. Shelby. There were 50 in rank and file, 7 women, 9 children, 2 spies, 2 artificers, 1 sick, 1 surgeon, 1 conductor, 1 lieutenant, 1 sergeant major, 7 field officers.

5220-3-1229-April 21, 1780: Top document. Samuel Freeman was paid $95 for 9 pounds of

5220-3-1229-April 21, 1780-Continued: bacon for use of Major George Slaughter corps by Benjamin Fields.

5221-3-1229-April 21, 1780: Second document on left. John Richey was paid by Benjamin Fields for 29 pounds of flour for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5222-3-1229-April 6, 1780: Third document on right. James Finn received 1 load of wood from Capt. Plascy for use of Fort Clark garrison.

5223-3-1229-April 21, 1780: Fourth document on left. Filmed in 2 parts. Faded. John Montgomery certified Elliot John, George Kingman, Jacob Lyan, William Bohanan, John Buck, William Bertholamial?, John Corden, and Daniel Figer worked for the state [of Virginia].

5224-3-1229-April 23, 1780: Fifth document on right. Faded. Rations issued at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

5225-3-1229-No date: Bottom document. Lieut. Joseph Sanders was paid by Thomas Slaughter for provisions furnished for part of Major George Slaughter corps.

5226-3-1230-April 18, 1780: Account of Pirault Langlois to state of Virginia for providing taffia for the hospital, coffee, 3 loads of wood and 22 day rations for 1 man. He was given Bill of Exchange by John Montgomery for payment of $2014. Montgomery certified services and articles were supplied for use of troops and sick men.

5227-3-1231-April 18, 1780: No. 15. Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark by John Montgomery to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $2014 to Monsieur Pirault Langlois for sundry services for troops belonging to state of Virginia. Notation in lower left corner of document indicating where it was recorded. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

5228-3-1232-1233-April 24, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams requested 1 week meat ration for himself, wife and bowman.

5229-3-1232-1233-April 20, 1780: Second document on left. James Finn requested rations from April 20 to May 5, 1780.

5230-3-1232-1233-April 25, 1780: Third document on right. John Montgomery order for 4 day rations for 1 artificer.

5231-3-1232-1233-April 5, 1780: Fourth document on left. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Clark for 8 day ration for 1 man belonging to Capt. Richard McCarty co.

5232-3-1232-1233-April 7, 1780: Fifth document on right. Capt. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark to issue 4 day ration of beef and flour to 10 men, who had returned from command.

5233-3-1232-1233-April 27, 1780: Sixth document on left. Leonard Helm requested 50 pounds of flour and 14 pounds of beef for his voyage to mouth of the Ohio [River].

5234-3-1232-1233-April 8, 1780: Seventh document on right. Valentine Thomas Dalton order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue 7 day ration to James Sherlock, interpreter in Indian Affairs.

5235-3-1234-April ?, 1780: Top left document. Incomplete. Dated entries beginning March 5, 1779 for items issued by Patt Kennedy. Listed were 2 check shirts, 1 French handkerchief, 2 pair of stockings, 1 felt hat, 1 pairs of mittens, repairing of gun.

5236-3-1234-April 29, 1780: Top right document. Thomas Davis was paid $ 20 by Benjamin Fields for 3 bushels of corn for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5237-3-1234-April 29, 1780: Third document on left. John Montgomery order for 4 day rations for 9 men of Capt. Shelby co.

5238-3-1234 -April 14, 1780: Fourth document on right. Faded. Valentine Thomas Dalton received rations for hunters at Fort Patrick Henry.

5238-3-1234-April ?, 1780: Fifth document on left. Faded. Reference to Fort Patrick Henry for paying a tailor. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5239-3-1234-April 15, 1780: Sixth document on right. Faded. Rations issued for 5 artificers. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5240-3-1234-April 24, 1780: Seventh document on right. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 7 day ration for 46 men and 1 woman under his command at Fort Patrick Henry.

5241-3-1235-April 1, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order at Fort Patrick Henry for 7 day ration for James Sherlock, an interpreter for Indian Affairs.

5242-3-1235-April 20, 1780: Top right document. Monsieur Janist supplied 1 bushel of hominy for Fort Clark troops. Names: Patt Kennedy.

5243-3-1235-April 28, 1780: Third document on left. Faded. Lieut. Richard Clark received flour from ? for use of troops of Virginia.

5244-3-1235-April 21, 1780: Fourth document on left. Joseph Richey was paid $48 by Benjamin Fields for 2 bushels of corn and 3 pounds of bacon for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5245-3-1235-April 29, 1780: Fifth document on right. John Montgomery order for 4 day rations for 1 artificer at Fort Clark.

5246-3-1235-April 29, 1780: Sixth document on left. Capt. John Rogers of the Virginia Light Dragoons order to Quarter Master Martin Carney to issue 2 carrabino? [ animals for meat] for use for mess by any company barracks.

5247-3-1235-April 29, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. John Montgomery order to give William Lindsay 84 pounds of flour, which he promised to replace.

5248-3-1236-April 28, 1780: Top left document. Fort Clark issued 4 day rations to Capt. John Williams co. consisting of 22 rank and file, 3 women, 1 child, 2 spies, and officers.

5249-3-1236-April 29, 1780: Top center document. Fort Clark issued 4 day rations to Capt. John Williams co. consisting of 24 rank and file, 3 women, 1 child, 2 spies, 1 captain, 1, sergeant, and 1 lieutenant.

5250-3-1236-April 30, 1780: Top right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested rations for 4 artificers at Fort Patrick Henry.

5251-3-1236-April 24, 1780: Fourth document on left. Faded. Valentine Thomas Dalton received 140 pounds of Indian meal, 6 bushels and 3 pecks of indian corn from Fort Patrick Henry commissary for the Indian Department.

5252-3-1236-April 30, 1780: Fifth document on right. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for James Sherlock, interpreter for Indians Affairs.

5253-3-1236-April 30, 1780: Sixth document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 30 rations to 1 commissary.

5254-3-1236-April 25, 1780: Seventh document in center. John Montgomery order to issue 4 day ration for 3 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Robert George co.

5255-3-1236-April 29, 1780: Eighth document on right. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 13 rations for 1 man.

5256-3-1236-April 25, 1780: Bottom left document. John Montgomery order for 4 day mess ration for 7 persons.

5257-3-1236-April 30, 1780: Bottom right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 60 rations for 2 persons of Capt. Robert George co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

5258-3-1237-April 28, 1780: Top left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 7 day ration for James Sherlock, interpreter for Indian Affairs at Fort Patrick Henry.

5259-3-1237-April 7, 1780: Top right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 7 day rations for 7 artificers at Fort Patrick Henry.

5260-3-1237-April 15, 1780: Third document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 7 day rations for James Sherlock, interpreter for Indian affairs at Fort Patrick Henry.

5261-3-1237-April 30, 1780: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day rations for 26 men and 1 woman under his command.

5262-3-1237-April 17, 1780: Fifth document on left. Valentine Thomas Dalton order at Fort Patrick Henry for 5 day rations for 3 hunters.

5263-3-1237-April 1, 1780: Sixth document on right. Reference for rations issued and pay for unnamed cornet to the Commonwealth of Virginia.

5264-3-1237-April 7, 1780: Bottom document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 37 men, 1 woman, for 7 days.

5265-3-1238-1239-April 3, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Roberts paid $140 to Joseph Sanders to furnish supplies for mess of men in Major Slaughter's corps.

5266-3-1238-1239-April 4, 1780: Second document. Fort Clark commissary issued 4 day rations for Capt. Richard McCarty co. consisting of 1 captain, 2 lieutenants, 2 sergeants, 1 drummer, and 20 men.

5267-3-1238-1239-April 1, 1780: Third document on left. Thomas Slaughter paid $ 750 to James Blue? for 60 bushels of corn.

5268-3-1238-1239-April 20, 1780: Fourth document on right. Thomas Slaughter paid $ 20 to Cornis Lynch for providing supplies for a sick soldiers of Major George Slaughter corps.

5269-3-1238-1239-April 30, 1780: Bottom document. Valentine Thomas Dalton requested 60 rations from Fort Patrick Henry commissary for the agent and interpreter of the Indian Department.

5270-3-1240-1241-April 3, 1780: Top document. Faded. Difficult to read. Reference to state of Virginia of Illinois Department at Falls of Ohio. Cannot read names of persons.

5271-3-1240-1241-April 2, 1780: Center document. Rations issued for 3 days for sick men. Names: Surgeon Rey, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

5272-3-1240-1241-April 3, 1780: Bottom document. Martin Carney at Falls of Ohio issued 1 flat bottom boat, which contained 1 and 1/2 inch planks for the state of Virginia in the Illinois Department. Names: James Erickson, Corp. Samuel Kirbey.

5273-3-1242-1243-April 3, 1780: Top document. John Montgomery order for 7 day rations for 4 men.

5274-3-1242-1243-April 3, 1780: Center left document. John Montgomery order for 6 day rations for 8 men at Fort Clark.

5275-3-1242-1243-April 21, 1780: Center right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 7 day rations for 5 artificers at Fort Patrick Henry.

5276-3-1242-1243-April 4, 1780: Bottom document. List of rations issued at Fort Clark for April 1 to April 4, 1780 for 102 persons under command of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Total of 102 persons including 58 rank and file, 5 women, 4 children, 2 spies, 9 sergeants, 1 sergeant major, and officers in companies of Capt. Williams, Capt. Richard McCarty, Capt. Shelby, and Capt. Robert George.

5277-3-1244-1245-April 3, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. James Slaughter order for 8 day rations for 39 men.

5278-3-1244-1245-April 5, 1780: Top right document. Fort Clark issued 4 day rations for 8 men of Capt. Shelby co.

5279-3-1244-1245-April 5, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams order at Fort Clark for rations for 5 men, 2 women and 4 children of Capt. Robert George co.

5280-3-1244-1245-April 4, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery Bill of Exchange sent to Treasurer of Virginia for $17,125 Spanish milled dollars owed Oliver Pollock for sundry articles for troops in the Illinois country.

5281-3-1246-1247-April 22, 1780: Top left document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick

5282-3-1246-1247-April 22, 1780-Continued: Henry for 4 day rations for 4 artificers.

5283-3-1246-1247-April 15, 1780: Top right document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 250 rations for 39 men and 1 woman under his command.

5284-3-1246-1247-April 1, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. John Roberts paid $550 to Joseph Sanders for furnishing the men under his command to Major George Slaughter. Names: George Thornton.

5285-3-1246-1247-April 10, 1780: Fourth document on right. Lieut. James Slaughter paid Andrew Lyle for providing breakfast for 24 soldiers.

5286-3-1246-1247-April 4, 1780: Fifth document. J. Donne paid $2,460 to Abraham Vanmetre for 41 bushels of indian corn for use of Illinois Department troops at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Jowmhene.

5287-3-1246-1247-April 5, 1780: Bottom document on left. Lieut. Richard Clark order for rations for Capt. Richard McCarty company including 20 rank and file, 2 children, 3 sergeants, 1 captain, and 2 lieutenants.

5288-3-1246-1247-April 5, 1780: Bottom right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton certified Joseph Littorow had provided Fort Patrick Henry garrison with 52 bushels of indian corn for troops. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

5289-3-1248-1249-April 3, 1780: Top document. Capt. Mark Thomas requested meals for 40 men.

5290-3-1248-1249-April 4, 1780: Second document. James Finn received 2 piroagues (dug out canoe) from Patt Kennedy for use of the state of Virginia at Fort Patrick Henry.

5291-3-1248-1249-April ?. 1780: Third document. Faded. Receipt of Basil Prather for payment from Martin Carney at Falls of Ohio.

5292-3-1248-1249-April 6, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Receipt of Elisha Freeman for payment from Martin Carney at Falls of Ohio.

5293-3-Frame #1250-1251-April 4, 1780: Top document. Faded. Receipt of Basil Prather for payment from Martin Carney.

5294-3-1250-1251-April 6, 1780: Bottom document. Quarter master James Finn received for the Fort Clark store 1 large copper camp kettle, 1 large brass kettle, 1 small kettle, 16 axes, 12 tomahawks, 2 caulking irons, 2 fuzers [guns], 1 and 1 bateau cable from the conductor.

5295-3-1252-1253-April 6, 1780: Major Richard McCarty and Patrick Kennedy on behalf of the state of Virginia asked Richard Winston and Joseph Lindsay to appraise or verify value the below items: large camp kettle, $100; small brass kettle, $30; 16 half axes @ $16; 12 tomahawks @ $12; 2 caulking irons, $20; 2 fuzers [guns] @ $50; 2 brass kettle in the service, which were not seen for setting value;

5296-3-1254-1255-April 9, 1780: Top left document. Joseph Tomilinson was paid $92 by Major George Slaughter for forage, lodging and rooms for use of his corps.

5297-3-1254-1255-April 30, 1780: Top right document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for L. B. L. Caroinne, French interpreter for 30 days at Fort Patrick Henry.

5298-3-1254-1255-April 7, 1780: Center left document. Lieut. Richard Clark request for rations for Capt. Richard McCarty co. at Fort Clark.

5299-3-1254-1255-April 8, 1780: Center right document. Appraisement of the rifle of soldier Nathaniel Randel, who died in service, to be valued at $80. The state took the rifle for use. Names: Nathaniel Allen, Jonathan Coager.

5300-3-1254-1255-April 11, 1780: Bottom document. Col. George Rogers Clark gave 6 land warrants containing 550 acres of land for which warrants John Thurston promised to deliver to Col. Clark 1 able body soldier for each warrant. Names: Will Shannon, Amos Sullivan.

5301-3-1256-1258-April 4, 1780: No. 28. Account of General [George Rogers] Clark in behalf of the state of Virginia with John Donne for Provisions for $41,104.10 expended between November 17, 1779 and April 4, 1780. Names listed for payment were: Thomas Philips for 326 pounds of beef; John Philips for 364 pounds of beef; Henry Holman for 120 pounds of beef; Nathaniel Overall for $125 pounds of beef; Robert Ivers for 564 pounds of beef; Thomas Carter for 306 pounds of beef; Joseph Brown for 311 pounds of beef; George Flanagan for 406 pounds of beef; Harold Brown for 265 pounds of beef; Peter Sturges for 2,757

5301-3-1256-1258-April 4, 1780-Continued: pounds of beef; Levin Powell for bushels of corn; John Briscoe for 16 bushels of indian meal; Thomas Bull for 5 bushels of salt; Henry French for 2 and 1/2 bushels of salt; James Bidy for 3 bushels of salt; Nathaniel Hart; James Beaty; and Abraham Vanmetre; Some individuals were listed more than once and some supplied different provisions. John Donne noted Basil Prather had supplied 102 bushels of flour on April 4, 1780 for sick but it was not listed in the account since Dunne did not know the price charged.

5302-3-1259-1260-April 11, 1780: Top document. Henry Crutcher received 96 pounds of pork from W. St. Piares for use of the Illinois troops at Fort Clark.

5303-3-1259-1260-April 12, 1780: Second document on left. Col. George Rogers Clark issued 20 land warrants containing 550 acres for which William Shannon and Edward Worthington promised to provide 20 able body soldiers to have during the war in his battalion.

5304-3-1259-1260-April 9, 1780: Third document on right. Surgeon Rey requested 4 day rations for sick men.

5305-3-1259-1260-April 11, 1780 Fourth document on left. Corwin Donnaby was paid for meat, drink and lodging.

5306-3-1259-1260-April 12, 1780: Fifth document on right. Capt. John Williams order for 4 day rations for 6 men, 2 women and 4 children in Capt. Robert George co. at Fort Clark.

5307-3-1259-1260-April 11, 1780: Bottom document. William Peyton was paid by Lieut. James Slaughter for ? for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5308-3-1261-April 8, 1780: Top left document. Capt. Edward Worthington certified he had received 1 gallon of whiskey from Capt. Richard McCarty for use of the fatigue (military duty) to get the boats over the Falls [of Ohio].

5309-3-1261-April 10, 1780: Top right document. Thomas Slaughter paid $13 to William Linwood for fire wood and room for use of Major George Slaughter and part of his corps.

5310-3-1261-April 11, 1780: Third document. Thomas Slaughter paid $100 to Thomas Topsin? for use of stables, hay and lodging for 1 night for wagon horses belonging to Major George Slaughter corps. Names: Richard Hawkley.

5311-3-1261-April 11, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. James Slaughter paid $90 to Andrew Franklin for proving pack horses for use on command.

5312-3-1261-April 10, 1780: Bottom left document. Thomas Slaughter paid $80 to Henry Smock for oats for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5313-3-1261-April 11, 1780: Bottom right document. Benjamin Fields paid $ 80 to Round McLoulift? for corn for Major George Slaughter corps.

5314-3-1262-1264-April 10, 1780: Top document. John Acker sold a boat for 1000 pounds [currency] to the state of Virginia for Illinois Department at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Martin Carney, Edward Bulger.

5315-3-1262-1264-April 10, 1780: Bottom document. Account of Thomas Slaughter, commissary for Major George Slaughter to the Commonwealth of Virginia. Dated entries from March 8, 1780 to April 10, 1780. Names listed: Aquila Fields. William Fields, Robert Wilson, George Muse, John Cesap, Michael Obrien, William Young, George Lewis, Ben Jones, Richard Hall, Joseph Mountair, Thomas Humphreys, Anoiney Asher, Cornish Lynch, Thomas Hall, Jacob Freeman, James Boggs, Robert Green, and Lieut. Saunders.

5316-3-1265-1267-April 13, 1780: Faded. Three pages. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery obligation to pay Monsieur Charles Charleville for hay. Names: John Wicks, Oliver Pollock of New Orleans.

5317-3-1268-1269-April 12, 1780: Top left document. Edward Worthington received 2 horses from Martin Carney for the state of Virginia in the Illinois Department at the Falls of Ohio. Names: William Clark.

5318-3-1268-1269-April 14, 1780: Top right document. Lieut. James Slaughter paid Nathan Daly for a veal for use of Major George Slaughter corps. Names: William Payne.

5319-3-1268-1269-April 17, 1780: Third document on left. John Dodge requested 100 pounds of flour from Monsieur Charles Charleville at Kaskaskia.

5320-3-1268-1269-April 16, 1780: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified state of Virginia owed $122 to Capt. Janist for the expenses of 3 men, 1 indian, and 4 horses used on public service.

5321-3-1270-April 25, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for rations for Capt. John Williams co. of 25 privates, 3 women, 1 child, 3 sergeants, 2 lieutenants and 1 capt. at Fort Clark.

5322-3-1270-April 20, 1780: Second document. ? Pirault was paid $2004 in Bills of Exchange on Virginia treasurer by Colonel John Montgomery for recruiting expenses at Kaskaskia.

5323-3-1270-April 16, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 3 persons, himself, wife and a domestic.

5324-3-1270-April 10, 1780: Bottom document. Benjamin Robes received a bridle from John Dodge for Col. Slaughter.

5325-3-1271-1272-April 9, 1780: Top document. Cornish Lynch was paid $5 by James Slater [ Slaughter] for provisions for a sick soldier in Major Slater [George Slaughter] party [corps].

5326-3-1271-1272-April 10, 1780: Center document. Benjamin Roberts received boats and bateaus from Quarter master Martin Carney at Falls of Ohio. Reference to some boats being unfit for use. Verso refers to Capt. Rogers.

5327-3-1271-1272-April 15, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

5328-3-1273-1274-April 18, 1780: Account of items and services owed by state of Virginia to Vital Beauveas from May 10, 1779 to April 18, 1780. Entries listed loads of wood, flour, fresh beef, bushels of wheat, use of cart for hauling wood and timber for sawers, buffalo meat, meals and lodging for 2 men of Capt. Richard McCarty command, use of a horse, cart and negro for 1 day, and rations for men. Vital Beauveas was given Bills of Exchange by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of the Illinois Regiment at Fort Clark. Montgomery certified articles listed were furnished for use of the troops of the state of Virginia.

5329-3-1275-1278-April 28, 1780: Duplicate filming of document. Account of items and services owed by state of Virginia to Joseph Breazeau, who was given Bills of Exchange on the Treasurer of Virginia by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for payment of flour, loads of wood, buffalo beef, venison, 1 oar and 20 day rations for 2 men. Montgomery at Fort Clark issued Bill of Exchange for $346 and 2/5 to Treasurer of Virginia for the firewood and provisions furnished troops of Virginia.

5330-3-1279-1280-April 22, 1780: Top left document. James Finn certified Monsieur Gullet? furnished loads of stones from the Mississippi landing to Fort Clark.

5331-3-1279-1280-April 20, 1780: Top right document. Rations issued Capt. John Williams company of 30 privates, 4 women, 2 children, 2 spies, 4 sergeants, 2 lieutenants, and 1 captain.

5332-3-1279-1280-April 27, 1780: Third document. Col. George Rogers Clark issued 5 land warrants

5332-3-1279-1280-April 27, 1780-Continued: for 560 acres to Ensign Laurence Slaughter, who promised to furnish 5 soldiers to serve in Clark's battalion for duration of the war.

5333-3-1279-1280-April 11, 1780: Fourth document. Thomas Slaughter paid $28 to Thomas Gist for oats for Major George Slaughter corps.

5334-3-1279-1280-April 22, 1780: Bottom left document. Henry Crutcher received 190 pounds of beef from Capt. Richard Winston for use of troops at Fort Clark.

5335-3-1279-1280-April 26, 1780: Bottom right document. Major George Slaughter paid James Gray for beef for use of troops at the Falls of Ohio.

5336-3-1281-April 5, 1780: Top document. Faded. Antoine Peltie was given Virginia Treasurer Bills of Exchange by John Montgomery for recruiting at Kaskaskia.

5337-3-1281-April 26, 1780: Second document on left. James Finn received lead, powder, and gun powder from Capt. John Dodge at Fort Clark for public use.

5338-3-1281-April 30, 1780: Third document on right. Faded. Rations for 60 days at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, E. Ducler?

5381-3-1281-No date: Fourth document. James Hezlep was paid $9 by Major George Slaughter for use of horse to carry bags over Allegheny Mountains.

5382-3-1281-April 25, 1780: Bottom document. Payment for 2 kegs to carry oil. Names: Peter Little, William Parkason, Jay Riveepocne, Major George Slaughter.

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