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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1998-2004 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

Copyright ゥ1998-2004 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, 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 #4

BOX 624-FOLDER 64

VOUCHERS MAY 1780

Frames #1-65

216 documents filmed on 65 frames.

5383-4-2-May 13, 1780: Top left document. Patt Kennedy received 14 pounds of pork from Baptiste Charleville at Kaskaskia for use of Fort Clark troops.

5384-4-2-May 25, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Incomplete. Reference to Madam LeGras.

5385-4-2-May 14, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Patt Kennedy, ? Duplasy.

5386-4-2-May 17, 1780: Fourth document on left. Patt Kennedy certified Col. Walker and his son had lived 20 days at Monsieur Charleville at a cost of $2.00 per day from May 17 to June 5, 1780.

5387-4-2-May 17, 1780: Fifth document on right. Faded. References to provisions at Fort Clark. Signed by Michael Perault.

5388-4-2-No date: Bottom document. Unable to read.

5389-4-3-5-May 10, 1780: Top left document. Bill of Exchange for supplies given friendly indians at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5390-4-3-5- No date: Top right document. Order to Treasurer of Virginia to pay for tobacco.

5391-4-3-5- May 9, 1780: Third document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for provisions for 2 artificers.

5392-4-3-5-May 3, 1780: Fourth document on right. Written in French. Names: St. Gemme Beauvais, Richard Winston.

5393-4-3-5-May 8, 1780: Fifth document on left. Cost to repair gun at Fort Clark for Joseph Doherty. Names: James Finn.

5394-4-3- 5-May 9, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Rogers.

5395-4-6-7-May 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for 4 day rations at Fort Clark for troops including 20 men, 7 women and 19 children. Children were given half rations. Names: Capt. Williams, Madam Rocheblave.

5396-4-6-7-May 7, 1780: Second document on left. Frederick S. Guion received 20 pounds of pork from Vitale Boves [Beauvais] for troops at Fort Clark.

5397-4-6-7-May 6, 1780: Third document on right. John Montgomery order for 3 day rations for 1 man at Fort Clark.

5398-4-6-7-May 7, 1780: Bottom left document. Monsieur Charleville provided 50 pounds of pork for troops at Fort Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion, Patt Kennedy.

5399-4-6-7-May 7, 1780: Bottom right document. John Montgomery order for mess ration.

5400-4-8-9-May 8, 1780: Top left document. Henry Crutcher obtained 106 pounds of pork from Monsieur Bienvenue for Capt. Rogers at Fort Clark.

5401-4-8-9-May 7, 1780: Top right document. Faded. Rations for Major [Robert] George.

5402-4-8-9-May 8, 1780: Third document. Fort Clark issued 1 gun to Laurence Slaughter.

5403-4-8-9-No date: Fourth document. James Pendleson was paid by Thomas Slaughter for provisions for Major George Slaughter Corps.

5404-4-8-9-May 8, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Patt Kennedy bought flour from Rago Beauvais at Kaskaskia.

5405-4-10-11-May 18, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day rations for Capt. Williams Co., of 37 including 29 rank and file, 3 women, 1 child, 1 sick, and 3 sergeants.

5406-4-10-11-May 7, 1780: Second document on left. Lieut. Jarret Williams request at Fort Clark for 4 day rations for Capt. [James] Shelby Co. including 8 rank and file, 3 sergeants and 1 lieut.

5407-4-10 -11-May 11, 1780: Third document on right. Jane McGaffery was paid by Benjamin Field for 14 and half pounds of bacon for Major George Slaughter Corps.

5408-4-10-11-May 5, 1780: Fourth document on left. Ration for 1 person. Names: Henry Crutcher

5409 4-10-11-May 8, 1780: Bottom document. Repair of rife. Names: John Montgomery, William Marney.

5410-4-12-No date: Top left document. Incomplete. Names: Richard Harrison, George Rogers Clark. Reference to expedition.

5411-4-12-May 3, 1780: Top right document. John Montgomery order for rations.

5412-4-12-May 10, 1780: Third document on right. Written in French. Incomplete. Names: John Dodge, Monsieur Touranjeau.

5413-4-12-No date: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

5414-4-12-May 6, 1780: Bottom left document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for rations.

5415-4-12-May 5, 1780: Bottom right document. Benjamin Field paid Adam Cartney for flour for Major George Slaughter Corps.

5416-4-13-14-May 9, 1780: Top left document. Fort Clark issued rations. Names: Mr. Carney,

5417-4-13-14-May 10, 1780: Top right document. Fort Clark issued rations for artificers. Names: John Montgomery.

5418-4-13-14-May 26, 1780: Third document on right. Rations issued for 29 days for Capt. Richard Harrison company of artillery.

5419-4-13-14-May 11, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to pay butchers.

5420-4-13-14-May 10, 1780: Bottom document. James Finn order to armours to make 25 nails to nail up salt being sent to Col Clark at Fort Clark.

5421-4-15-17-May 5, 1780: Top document on left. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day rations for 3 men.

5422-4-15-17-May 9, 1780: Top document on right. Rations issued.

5423-4-15-17-May 9, 1780: Third document. Major George Slaughter order to issue rations for 22 men of Capt. Roberts company, which was on the Mononaghalia River in Yonhanganey County.

5424-4-15-17-May 13, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams requested 12 pounds of pork.

5425-4-15-17-May 13, 1780: Bottom right document. Written in French. Reference to taffia. Names: John Dodge, Monsieur Touranjeau.

5426-4-18-May 10, 1780: Top left document. James Finn requested 60 nails at Fort Clark.

5427-4-18-May 21, 1780: Top right document. Rations issued for 32 men of Capt. Richard Harrison Co.

5428-4-18-May 11, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day rations for 3 artificers at Fort Clark.

5429-4-18-May 21, 1780: Fourth document on left. Lieut. Richard Clark order for 3 day ration for officer.

5430-4-18-May 21, 1780: Fifth document on right. Faded. Rations issued. Names: Col. George Slaughter, James Slaughter.

5431-4-18-May 18, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order at Fort Clark for rations for Capt. Taylor co.

5432-4-19-20-May 11, 1780: Top left document. Benjamin Field paid Jane Westbay for butter for use of Major George Slaughter Corps.

5433-4-19-20-May 25, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier?

5434-4-19-20-May 6, 1780: Third document on left. Richard Clark certified John Daugherty was employed 14 days as an artificer for repairing Fort Kaskaskia. Names: Patt Kennedy, John Montgomery.

5435-4-19-20-May 7, 1780: Fourth document on right. Written in French. John Dodge.

5436-4-19-20-May 9, 1780: Fifth document on left. Names: Joseph Lindsay, John Dodge. Portions written in French and names Major Bosseron.

5437-4-19-20-May 7, 1780: Sixth document on right. Faded. Flour and butter were purchased. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5438-4-19-20-May ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

5439-4-21-22-May 7, 1780: Top left document. Lieut. Richard Clark order for rations for 4 men going on command with him from Fort Clark.

5440-4-21-22-May 15, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Zephaniah Blackford certified Ambroise Dagenet had sold 119 pounds of pork for use of troops at Fort Patrick Henry.

5441-4-21-22-May 17, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue taffia.

5442-4-21-22-May 17, 1780: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for 5 men under his command.

5443-4-21-22-March 17, 1780: Fifth document. Fort Chartres issued paper. Names: John Williams.

5444-4-21-22-May 21, 1780: Bottom document. Powder issued by Bland Ballard.

5445-4-23-24-May 17, 1780: Top left document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Major Francois Linctot had provided a hog for use of troops at Fort Patrick Henry.

5446-4-23-24-May 13, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Rations provided for soldiers at Cahos.

5447-4-23-24-May 9, 1780: Third document on left. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Shadrach Bond was an artificer from Nov. 17, 1779 to April 20, 1780 at Fort Clark and was to be paid $1.00 per day.

5448-4-23-24-May 7, 1780: Fourth document in center. Written in French. Rations issued.

5449-4-23-24-May 11. 1780: Fifth document on right. Faded. Names: John Montgomery at Fort Clark.

5450-4-23-24-May 22, 1780: Bottom document. Beef obtained for troops at Fort Clark. Names: David Hicks, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

5451-4-25-26-May 31, 1780: Top document. Rations issued to 44 men of Capt. Richard Harrison Co.

5452-4-25-26-May ?, 1780: Second document on left. Rations issued for 9 men and 5 women in Capt. Robert George Co. Names: Frederick S. Guion, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

5453-4-25-26-May ?, 1780: Third document on right. Faded. Rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry.

5454-4-25-26-May 31, 1780: Fourth document on left. Faded. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for agent and 1 interpreter.

5455-4-25-26-May 17, 1780: Fifth document on left. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations to James Sherlock, an interpreter in the Indian Affairs. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5456-4-25-26-May 8, 1780: Sixth document in center. Rations issued by Fort Patrick Henry for 30 men and 1 woman in company of Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5457-4-25-26-May ?, 1780: Seventh document on right. Rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5458-4-25-26-May 10, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark for flour.

5459-4-27-28-May 30, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Capt. Richard Winston paid Francois Charleville for express service for Col. Clark.

5460-4-27-28-May ?, 1780: Second document on left. Flour issued. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

5461-4-27-28-May 14, 1780: Third document on right. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 30 men and 1 woman in company of Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5462-4-27-28-May 31, 1780: Fourth document on left. John Rogers order for rations for Capt. Clark's mess.

5463-4-27-28-May 7, 1780: Fifth document on right. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for interpreter James Sherlock of Indian Affairs. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5464-4-27-28-May ?, 1780: Sixth document on right. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations.

5465-4-29-May 13, 1780: Top document. Faded. Fort Clark. Names: Henry Crutcher, Monsieur Touranjeau.

5466-4-29-May 1, 1780: Second document on left. Faded. Rations issued for Capt. Richard Harrison Co. Names: Capt. John Williams.

5467-4-29-May 17, 1780: Third document on right. Faded. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

5468-4-29-May 30, 1780: Fourth document on left. Rations issued for 40 men of Capt. Harrison Co.

5469-4-29-May 28, 1780: Fifth document on right. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Touranjeau.

5470-4-29-May 28, 1780: Sixth document on left. Written in French. Names: Jerris Fournira, William Shannon, Col. Clark.

5471-4-29-May 3, 1780: Seventh document on right. Rations issued for 1 day for 7 men, who were on the Mononaghalia River in Mononaghalia County. Names: Ensign Robert Green, Major George Slaughter.

5472-4-30-May 31, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: William Shannon.

5473-4-30-May ?, 1780: Second document. Unable to read.

5474-4-30-April 3, 1780: Third document. John Gibson at Pittsburgh was paid $405 by Capt. John Rogers for material to make stands of color for use of his company. Names: Robert Beall.

5475-4-30-May 18, 1780: Fourth document on left. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 2 artificers at Fort Clark.

5476-4-30-May ?, 1780: Fifth document on right. Faded. Ration of flour. Names: John Montgomery.

5477-4-30-May 2, 1780: Bottom document. Samuel Freeman was paid by Benjamin Field for bacon for use of Major George Slaughter Corps.

5478-4-31-May 18, 1780: Top document. Expenditures for flour, corn and taffia for expedition to Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Janist, Henry Crutcher.

5479-4-31-May 2, 1780: Second document. Rations issued by Martin Carney at Fort Clark for troops of Capt. Richard Harrison. Names: William Clark.

5480-4-31-May 18, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. Duplasy supplied 110 pounds of pork for troops arriving with Col. Clark. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5481-4-31-May 3, 1780: Fourth document in center. Fort Clark issued rations for Capt.

5481-4-31-May 3, 1780-Continued: John Williams Company including 3 women, 1 child, 2 spies, 21 privates, 4 sergeants, and 2 lieutenants.

5482-4-31-May 2, 1780: Fifth document on right. John Carmichael was paid $12.50 by Benjamin Field for hay and bacon for use of Major George Slaughter Corps.

5483-4-32-33-May 19, 1780: Top document. Rations issued at Fort Clark. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

5484-4-32 -33-May 18, 1780: Second document. Margaret Finney was paid $12 by Benjamin Field for provisions for Major George Slaughter Corps.

5485-4-32-33-May 18, 1780: Third document on left. Fort Clark issued 3 day ration for 37 men of Capt. John Baley Co.

5486-4-32-33-May 18, 1780: Fourth document on right. Fort Clark issued rations. Names: Mark Ilor, Capt. ? Williams.

5487-4-32-33-May 18, 1780: Fifth document. Fort Clark issued rations for 1 officers. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

5488-4-32-33-May 5, 1780: Bottom document. Payment for meals for men going to General Clark.

5488-4-32-33-May 5, 1780-Continued: Names: William Kavanaugh, John Dodge. Reference to Logan's fort.

5489-4-34-35-May 8, 1780: Top document. Each side of document appears to be incomplete. Names: Major McIntosh, Col. Willrings?, Capt. John Williams, Col. Clark. References to: Fort Chartres, New York.

5490-4-34-35-May 2, 1780: Second document on left. Patt Kennedy received 35 pounds of pork from Monsieur LaChance for use of troops at Fort Clark.

5491-4-34-35-May 27, 1780: Third document on right. Incomplete. Names: Major Harland, George Rogers Clark.

5492-4-34-35-May 3, 1780: Fourth document. Ensign William Roberts order for rations for 1 officer and 1 bowman.

5493-4-34-35-May 11, 1780: Fifth document. Written in French. Invoice from Monsieur Rapicault?

5494-4-36-37-May 2, 1780: Top document. Payment for food and pasture of horses for Major George Slaughter Corps. Names: Joseph? Finnell?

5495-4-36-37-May 2, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: George Hite.

5496-4-36-37-May 4, 1780: Third document on left. Lieut. James Slaughter order for rations for 9 men of Major George Slaughter Corps.

5497-4-36-37-May 3, 1780: Fourth document in center. John Montgomery order for rations for 10 men, 1 ensign, 2 sergeants and 7 privates of Capt. James Shelby Co.

5498-4-36-37-June 3, 1780: Fifth document on right. Rations of beef, flour, and buffalo issued to Capt. Robert George co. Names: James Slaughter.

5499-4-36-37-May 4, 1780: Bottom document. Payment by James Slaughter to Gilbert Simpson.

5500-4-38-39-May 13, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Rations for troops.

5501-4-38-39-May 13, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Rations for troops.

5502-4-38-39-May 2, 1780: Third document. Ration of meat an meal. Names: James Slaughter.

5503-4-38-39-May 5, 1780: Fourth document on right. Rations issued for Capt. Roberts men on the Mononaghalia River. Names: Major George Slaughter.

5504-4-38-39-May 20, 1780: Fifth document on right. Fort Clark issued rations. Names: Lieut. Girault.

5505-4-38-39-May 13, 1780: Sixth document on right. Written in French. Incomplete.

5506-4-38-39-May 12, 1780: Seventh document on left. Written in French. Names: Baptiste LeGras.

5507-4-38-39-May 6, 1780: Eighth document on right. Written in French. Names: John Dodge.

5508-4-38-39-May ?, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. No names or particular references.

5509-4-40-41-May 2, 1780: Top document. Rations for Company of Capt. Robbards [Roberts] men, who had left for the Monongahela River in Yohogania Co., Virginia. There were 7 rank and file, 1 lieutenant, and 2 sergeants. Names: Lieut. James Haughten.

5510-4-40-41-May 17, 1780: Second document. Rations for Capt. Roberts company of 16 privates, and 2 sergeants for 4 days. Names: Ensign Robert Green, Major George Slaughter.

5511-4-40-41-May 2, 1780: Third document on left. Major George Slaughter order for 1 quart of whiskey for Sergeant Mitchell for use of troops.

5512-4-40-41-May 18, 1780: Fourth document on right and bottom portion. Rations issued at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, Capt. John Williams.

5513-4-42-43-May 5, 1780: Top document. George Thornton requested 2 day ration of beef, salt and corn for 16 workmen.

5514-4-42-43-May 1, 1780: Second document on left. Major George Slaughter requested 1 day ration of flour and bacon for 6 men of Capt. Thomas co.

5515-4-42-43-May 19, 1780: Third document on right. Faded. Names: Henry Crutcher, Vital Beauvais.

5516-4-42-43-May 18, 1780: Fourth document on left. Faded. Rations for men and women at Fort Clark. Names: John Montgomery.

5517-4-42-43-May 8, 1780: Bottom document. Monsieur Bienvenue supplied 1200 pounds of flour for use of troops at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy.

5518-4-44-May 1, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5519-4-44-May 24, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. John Baley order for rations for 27 men of his co.

5520-4-44-May 21, 1780: Third document on right. Capt. John Baley order for rations for 1 man in his co.

5521-4-44-May ?, 1780: Fourth document. Unable to read.

5522-4-44-May 24, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for 6 pounds of flour for 2 persons going to Kaskaskia Cahos.

5523-4-45-May 31, 1780: Top left document. Capt. John Baley order for 1 gun to be issued to 1 of his men.

5524-4-45-May 19, 1780: Top right document. Faded. Rations issued at Fort Clark.

5525-4-45-May 17, 1780: Third document. Henry Crutcher requested rations for himself.

5526-4-45-May 21, 1780: Fourth document on right. Patt Kennedy received 10 pounds of pork from Monsieur Perault at Fort Clark for use of troops.

5527-4-45-May 16, 1780: Fifth document on left. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations at Fort Patrick Henry.

5528-4-45-May 19, 1780: Sixth document on right. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for rations at Fort Patrick Henry for 32 men. Reference to inhabitants.

5529-4-45-May 19, 1780: Bottom left document. Monsieur Renault supplied corn for the expedition at Fort Clark. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5530-4-45-May 10, 1780: Bottom right document. Monsieur Fortaine supplied corn at Fort Clark for the expedition.

5531-4-46-47-May 26, 1780: Top left document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day ration for 2 man detachment of his co.

5532-4-46-47-May 27, 1780: Top right document. Capt. John Baley order for rations for 38 men in his company.

5533-4-46-47-May 25, 1780: Third document. Henry Crutcher paid Lauren? Liconque for pork for troops at Cahos Headquarters.

5534-4-46-47-May 26, 1780: Fourth document on left. Capt. Richard Harrison by order of Col. Clark requested quartermaster Martin Carney to issue 136 pounds of powder to make cartridges for the field piece [cannon] at Cahos.

5535-4-46-47-May 15, 1780: Fifth document on right. George Roger Clark order to issue

5535-4-46-47-May 15, 1780-Continued: ammunition for 1 spy.

5536-4-46-47-May 31, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard McCarty order to issue ration for 1 volunteer.

5537-4-48-May 31, 1780: Top document. George Roger Clark order to issue powder to Daniel Flannery for use of Little Village inhabitants.

5538-4-48-May 28, 1780: Top right document. Names: Monsieur Bienvenue, Jacque Lassure?

5539-4-48-May 27, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty.

5540-4-48-May 27, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Reference to Cahokia.

5541-4-48-May 27, 1780: Fifth document on left. Capt. Richard Harrison order for rations.

5542-4-48-May 28, 1780: Sixth document on right. Capt. John Baley order for rations.

5543-4-48-May 27, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued at Cahos. Names: Silas Harland.

5544-4-49-May 30, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton request Fort Clark for bottle of taffia.

5545-4-49-May 29, 1780: Second document on left. Cahos issued 3 day ration. Names: Silas Harlin [Harland].

5546-4-49-May ?, 1780: Third document on right. Faded. Names: J. [John] Donne.

5547-4-49-May 29, 1780: Fourth document on left. Expenditure by state of Virginia for powder and lead. Names: William Shannon, William Place?

5548-4-49-May 21, 1780: Fifth document on right. Faded. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5549-4-49-May 20, 1780: Sixth document on left. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to mend [repair] gun.

5550-4-49-May 31, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Names: John Montgomery.

5551-4-50-51-May 28, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark for ammunition for 19 men of Capt. Richard Brashear co.

5552-4-50-51-May 30, 1780: Second left document. Capt. John Baley order for 2 day rations for 37 men of his co.

5553-4-50-51-May 13, 1780: Third document on right. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 15 men. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5554-4-50-51-May 28, 1780: Fourth document on left. Written in French. Names: Col. Clark.

5555-4-50-51-May 29, 1780: Fifth document on right. Lieut. Richard Clark order for rations for 11 men of his company and 2 volunteers.

5556-4-50-51-May 17, 1780: Sixth document. One side is incomplete. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Lieut. John Baley. Reference to indian corn.

5557-4-50-51-May ?, 1780: Seventh document. Incomplete. Reference to ? Plasy [Duplasy], Fort Patrick Henry.

5558-4-50-51-May ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. George Rogers Clark signed.

5559-4-52-May 19, 1780: Top left document. Fort Clark issued powder. Signed by ? Gerault and George Rogers Clark.

5560-4-52-May 13, 1780: Top left document. Fort Clark issued 92 pounds of pork to Lieut. [Richard] Winston for use of garrison and corn for expedition. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5561-4-52-May 30, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. John Williams order for rations for detachment of 40 men of his company.

5562-4-52-May 26, 1780: Fourth document on right. Quartermaster issued powder and lead for 38 men of Capt. John Baley co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

5563-4-52-May 6, 1780: Fifth document on left. Faded. Rations for 7 rank and file, 2 women and 2 children. Names: Henry Crutcher?

5564-4-52-May 21, 1780: Sixth document on right. Capt. John Baley order for rations for 26 men of his company.

5565-4-52-May 10, 1780: Seventh document. Patt Kennedy paid Monsieur Charleville for 1250 pounds of flour, 50 pounds of pork and a trip by cart from the Mississippi River to Fort Clark.

5566-4-53-54-May , 1780: Top document. Written in French. Supplies sold to Kaskaskia. Signed by ? Godin.

5567-4-53-54-May 7, 1780: Second document on left. Two portions. Difficult to read. Reference to rations. Names: ? Damewood, John Montgomery, ? Slaughter.

5568-4-53-54-May 1, 1780: Third document on right. Benjamin Field paid Samuel Freeman for bacon and corn for use of Major George Slaughter corps.

5569-4-53-54-May 10, 1780: Fourth document. Flour issued to William Gillaspey for his march to Col. Clark. Names: John Montgomery, William Harlow?.

5570-4-53-54-May 10, 1780: Bottom document. Battest [Baptiste] Charleville sold 30 pounds of pork for use of troops at Fort Clark. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5571-4-55-56-May 10, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery issued Bill of Exchange for $880 to John Williams for recruiting service at Fort Clark.

5572-4-55-56-May 18, 1780: Second document on left. Major George Slaughter order for rations for men of Capt. Roberts at Monongahela River.

5573-4-55-56-May 18, 1780: Third document on right. Henry Crutcher purchased rations for troops.

5574-4-55-56-May 7, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

5575-4-55-56-May 17, 1780: Bottom document. John Deviniar sold 28 pounds of pork for use of troops at Fort Clark. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5576-4-57-58-May 8, 1780: Top left document. Fort Clark issued rations. Names: Ensign Williams, John Montgomery.

5577-4-57-58-May 13, 1780: Top right document. Names: Major LeGras.

5578-4-57-58-May 16, 1780: Third document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Fort Clark to issue rations for Capt. [Robert] George co.

5579-4-57-58-May 8, 1780: Fourth document on left. Capt. Richard Brashear order to Fort Jefferson to issue a case containing bottles of taffia.

5580-4-57-58-May 17, 1780: Fifth document on right. Fort Clark issued 50 pounds of meal for Capt. Abraham Kellar.

5581-4-57-58-May 24, 1780: Sixth document. Payment for corn and use of boat. Names: Joseph McDowell, John Wyant, Barnet Worden.

5582-4-59-May 20, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5583-4-59-May 9, 1780: Second document on left. Rations of meal and flour issued for 13 men, who were employed building boats for Major George Slaughter. Names: George Thornton.

5584-4-59-May 17, 1780: Third document on right. Repairing of Jesse Tanner's gun. Names: [Capt. Thomas] Quirk.

5585-4-59-May 7, 1780: Bottom document. Expenditures for grain, breakfast, forage for Col. Major George Slaughter. Names: Jacob Bowman.

5586-4-60-61-May 10, 1780: Top document. Rations issued for 2 artificers. Names: Shadrach Bond, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

5587-4-60-61-May 5, 1780: Second document on left. Written in French. Names: John Dodge.

5588-4-60-61-May 10, 1780: Third document on right. Payment for Major George Slaughter Corps expenses. Names: E. Coulter.

5589-4-60-61-May 6, 1780: Fourth document. Thomas Quirk was paid $27.50 for supplying wild meat for Kaskaskia garrison. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

5590-4-60-61-May 15, 1780: Bottom document. Samuel Rapicault? was paid for sundry expenses

5590-4-60-61-May 15, 1780-Continued: for building boats. Names : Major George Slaughter.

5591-4-62-63-May 7, 1780: Top document. Quartermaster issued corn to Major George Slaughter.

5592-4-62-63-May 5, 1780: Second document. Payment for breakfast. Names: Gilbert Simpson, James Hunter.

5593-4-62-63-May 7, 1780: Third document. Rations issued for Capt. Robbards [Roberts] company of 19 men. Names: James Slaughter, Major George Slaughter.

5594-4-62-63-May 8, 1780: Fourth document. Payment for bacon supplied for workmen of George Thornton. Names: John Smoot, Major George Slaughter.

5595-4-62-63-May 15, 1780: Bottom document. Names: George Slaughter

5596-4-64-65-May 7, 1780: Top document. Rations for men building boats. Names: Major George Slaughter, George Thornton.

5597-4-64-65-May 12, 1780: Second document on left. Rations issued at Fort Clark for troops. Names: David Hicks.

5598-4-64-65-May 12, 1780: Third document on right. Names: John Ballard, William Bruce, Major [George] Slaughter.

5599-4-64-65-May 12, 1780: Bottom document. Payment for boat. Names: Daniel Hall, Major George Slaughter.

BOX 624-FOLDER 65

VOUCHERS, ACCOUNTS-MAY 1780

Frames #66-130

129 documents filmed on 64 frames.

5600-4-67-May 3, 1780: Top left document. Names: Jean Logira.

5601-4-67-May 13, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Faded. Unable to read names.

5602-4-67-May ? 1780: Third document on left. Faded. Names: John Montgomery.

5603-4-67-May 31, 1780: Fourth document on right. Powder and lead were issued by Cahos quartermaster by order of Col. Clark.

5604-4-67-May ?, 1780: Fifth document. Unable to read.

5605-4-67-May ?, 1780: Sixth document on left. Unable to read.

5606-4-67-May 13, 1780: Bottom right document. Written in French. Names: J. Trottier?

5607-4-68-69-May 26, 1780: Top document. Cahos quartermaster Martin Carney issued powder and lead by order of Col. Clark to Capt. John Baley.

5608-4-68-69-May 26, 1780: Second document on left. Faded. Fort Bowman issued rations to Capt. Harlings.

5609-4-68-69-May 15, 1780: Third document on right. Quartermaster James Finn certified a soldier had been [lodged] from May 15 to July 5, 1780 with ?

5610-4-68-69-May 25, 1780: Fourth document on left. Powder and lead were issued by Cahos quartermaster to Sergeant Walker. Names: Richard Harrison, George Rogers Clark signed.

5611-4-68-69-May ?. 1780: Fifth document on right. Faded. Unable to read.

5612-4-68-69-May 13, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Faded. Names: J. Trottier?

5613-4-70-May ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Expenditure for Cahos. Names: Baptiste Dubue.

5614-4-70-May 25, 1780: Second document. Capt. Shotie [Chocteau]? provided 300 pounds of flour for the troops at Cahos. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5615-4-70-May 24, 1780: Third document. Baptist Soice provided a cow for use of Cahos troops. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5616-4-70-May 25, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Bowman issued ammunition to Capt. Richard McCarty.

5617-4-71-72-May 18, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Expenditure for $300. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty.

5618-4-71-72-No date: Second document on left. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley.

5619-4-71-72-May 31, 1780: Third document on right. Fort Bowman issued rations to 10 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. and 3 volunteers. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

5620-4-71-72-May 21, 1780: Bottom left document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Cahos to issue rations for 1 man of Capt. Richard McCarty.

5621-4-71-72-May 21, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Unable to read.

5622-4-73-74-Nov. 23, 1779: Top document. Bill of exchange issued at Cahos for $3000 payable to Monsieur Sarpy for supplies. Sent to Treasurer of Virginia.

5623-4-73-74-No date: Second document on left. Faded. Unable to read.

5624-4-73-74-May 30, 1780: Third document on right. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue rations for 10 men of Capt. Richard McCarty and 3 volunteers.

5625-4-73-74-May 24, 1780: Fourth document on left. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Cahos to issue rations to men of Capt. Richard McCarty.

5626-4-73-74-May 31, 1780: Fifth document on right. Faded. Unable to read.

5627-4-75-76-May 28, 1780: Top left document. Silas Harland order at Cahos to issue rations.

5628-4-75-76-May 25, 1780: Top right document. Powder issued to beacon Thomas Shirk in Capt. James Shelby co. Names: George Rogers Clark, Jarrit Williams.

5629-4-75-76-May 26, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for 3 day rations for 31 of his men.

5630-4-75-76-May 2, 1780: Fourth document. Fort Bowman issued 2 day ration for company of Capt. Richard McCarty.

5631-4-75-76-May 24, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue rations for Capt. Richard McCarty co.

5632-4-77-78-November 23, 1779: Top document. Bill of exchange issued by Capt. Richard McCarty for $3000 for supplies furnished by Monsieur Sarpy. Sent to Treasurer of Virginia.

5633-4-77-78-May 24, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard McCarty order to Henry Crutcher to issue 40 rations for person to go up the Mississippi [River].

5634-4-79-80-May 18, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Reference to New Orleans.

5635-4-79-80-No date: Bottom document. No. 60. No words.

5636-4-81-82-May 7, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Rogers promised 500 pounds of deer skins to Monsieur LaCroix, who provided a black stallion, saddle and bridle for the Light Dragoon of troops. Names: Richard Winston.

5637-4-81-82-May 7, 1780-Continued: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Thomas Bentley.

5638-4-81-82-May 21, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Forage provided 8 days for horses. Names: Capt. Forekey?

5639-4-83-86-May ?, 1780: List of vouchers paid by state of Virginia for Capt. Francois Bosseron expenses for various dates. Reference to bill of exchanges, tobacco, hogs, indian corn, pay master and Fort Patrick Henry. Names: William Shannon, T. Marshall, Samuel McDonald, Valentine Thomas Dalton, Lieut. Richard Clark, Leonard Helm, George Rogers Clark, John Dodge.

5640-4-87-88-No date: Top document. Rations issued to Capt. Rogers. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5641-4-87 -88-No date: Second document on left. Names: John Rogers. Faded.

5642-4-87-88-No date: Third document on right. Faded. Reference to Cahos and 50 pounds.

5643-4-87-88-No date: Fourth document on left. Faded. Names: John Montgomery, Henry Crutcher.

5644-4-87 -88-No date: Fifth document on right. Faded. Unable to read.

5645-4-87 -88-No date: Sixth document on left. Faded. Unable to read.

5646-4-87-88-May 26, 1780: Bottom document. Cahos quartermaster Martin Carney issued powder and lead for company of Capt. Richard Brashear.

5647-4-89-92-May 5, 1780: Bill of exchange issued by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark for the account of Capt. Janist. Items listed were buffalo beef, corn. Names: ? Carbonneaux.

5648-4-93-96-May 21, 1780: Account of the Illinois Department public stores commanded by William Shannon. References to horses, corn, flour, beef, whiskey, salt, Fort Clark, Vincennes, Harrodsburg, Benson Creek, and Clenich River. Names: Godfrey Linctot, John Hagan, J. B. Lacroix, Capt. Bowman, Col. Todd, Lieut. James Slaughter, Col. George Slaughter, William Roberts, Robert Green, George R. Clark, ? Brown.

5649-4-97-98-May ?, 1780: Top document. Account of Col. George Slaughter with Ann Harrison. Items listed were making overalls, shirts, and short broachers.

5650-4-97-98-May 13, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5651-4-97-98-May ?, 1780: Third document. Unable to read.

5652-4-97-98-May ?, 1780: Fourth document on left. Faded. Unable to read. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5653-4-97-98-May 10, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Expenditures for flour. Names: John Dodge.

5654-4-99-No date: Top left document. No words.

5655-4-99-May 25, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Names: John Montgomery, John Matvo.

5656-4-99-May 18, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Unable to read names.

5657-4-100-May 13, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

5658-4-100-October 6, 1779: Second document. Bill of exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to Virginia Treasurer for payment to John Malvo.

5659-4-100-October 6, 1779: Bottom document. Bill of exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to Virginia Treasurer for payment to John Malvo.

5660-4-101-102-May 12, 1780: Bill of exchange sent to Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment of $800 to Monsieur ? Lapion and Monsieur Benito for supplies for troops of Kaskaskia.

5661-4-103-104-May 20, 1780: Expenditures. Names: Henry Crutcher, Henry Heth, Col. George Slaughter.

5662-4-105-106-June 17, 1780: 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 payment of $426 to Monsieur Motard for supplying cattle, horses, flour for use of the Illinois troops.

5663-4-107-108-May 14, 1780: Top left document. Names: John Rogers.

5664-4-107-108-May 28, 1780: Top right document. Written in French.

5665-4-107-108-May 28, 1780: Third document on left. Written in French. Names: Col. Clark.

5666-4-107-108-May 24, 1780: Fourth document on right. Cahos issued rations for 7 men of Capt. Silas Harlin [Harland] co.

5667-4-107-108-May ?, 1780: Fifth document. Unable to read.

5668-4-107-108-May 7, 1780: Sixth document on left. No. 90. Names: D. Greenwood?

5669-4-107-108-May 24, 1780: Seventh document on right. Capt. John Rogers order for 33 pounds of beef for mess of Col. Clark at Cahos.

5670-4-107-108-May 30, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Monsieur Brocus had supplied a large bag and 8 days rations for an officer on public Business at Fort Clark.

5671-4-109-110-May 25, 1780: Payment for being employment of George Camp, John Rice, John Black, John Cowin to deliver meat from Muddy Creek to Fort Clark. Henry Crutcher certified employment to state of Virginia. Names: John M. Ceaver, Charles Morgan, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

5672-4-111-May 27, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Duplasy.

5673-4-111-May 28, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Charleville, Col. Clark, Kaskaskia.

5674-4-111-May 27, 1780: Third document on left. Written in French. Names: John Donne.

5675-4-111-May 28, 1780: Fourth document on right. Written in French. Names: Joseph Duplasy, Col. Clark.

5676-4-111-May 28, 1780: Fifth document. Rations issued. Names: Capt. Roberts, Lieut. James Slaughter.

5677-4-111-May 18, 1780: Sixth document on left. Capt. Janist supplied 125 pounds of pork for troops, who arrived with Col. Clark. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5678-4-111-May 29, 1780: Seventh document on right. Capt. John Baley order for rations to be issued to Capt. John Williams company.

5679-4-111-May 21, 1780: Bottom document. Corn issued to Captain ? for expedition to Little Village. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5680-4-112-113-No date: Top document. Written in French. Names: William Shannon, Monsieur Barbeau. Reference to Cahokia and Kaskaskia.

5681-4-112-113-May 18, 1780: Second document. Flour, butter.

5682-4-112-113-May 19, 1780: Third document. Madam Delisle sold 10 pounds of flour. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5683-4-112-113-May 19, 1780: Fourth document. Charles Charleville sold 200 pounds of flour and 10 bushels of corn to Fort Clark for the expedition. Names: Henry Crutcher

5684-4-112-113-May 19, 1780: Bottom document. John Boatman was paid $6.00 at Fort Pitt by Benjamin Field for meal and forage for Major George Slaughter.

5685-4-114-115-May 17, 1780: Top document. George Thornton order for 10 day rations for 7 men, who were building boats for Major [George] Slaughter.

5686-4-114-115-May 18, 1780: Second document on left. No. 36. 668 rations of flour, beef and salt were issued. Names: John Montgomery, David May, Robert Whitehead, William Buckhannon [Buchanan].

5687-4-114-115-May 28, 1780: Third document on right. Written in French. Expenditures for corn, flour and 2 men working.

5688-4-114-115-May 31, 1780: Fourth document on left. F. Brady requested rations for himself, wife and 5 children for May 31, 1780 to June 17, 1780.

5689-4-114-115-May 29, 1780: Fifth document on right. Expenses and 217 rations to billet 37 troops with the inhabitants at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

5690-4-114-115-May ?, 1780: Bottom document. Unable to read.

5691-4-116-117-May 8, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Names: Col. Clark.

5692-4-116-117-May 19, 1780: Top right document. Henry Crutcher received corn and flour from Joseph Brazoe for expedition.

5693-4-116-117-May 19, 1780: Third document on left. Expenditures for 2 trips with cart, corn and flour supplied at Fort Clark for expedition. Names: Capt. Duplasy, Henry Crutcher.

5694-4-116-117-May 31, 1780: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Richard Clark and John Montgomery certified Charles Honsley was employed 5 days as an artificer to repair Fort Kaskaskia and was paid $3.00 per day with payment taken in goods from the store.

5695-4-116-117-May 25, 1780: Fifth document. Ration of beef issued for mess of John Montgomery at Cahos.

5696-4-116-117-May 20, 1780: Bottom document. Powder, lead and salt issued for troops of Major George Slaughter Corps.

5697-4-118-119-May 20, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard McCarty of the Virginia Troops certified Charles Charleville had furnished a hog from the post at Cahos when troops went their for relief in May.

5698-4-118-119-May 18, 1780: Second document on left. George Rogers Clark order for 2 day rations for Ensign Slaughter and Capt. John Baley.

5699-4-118-119-May 15, 1780: Third document on right. John Montgomery order for Fort Clark to issue rations for 6 days.

5700-4-118-119-May 9, 1780: Fourth document on left. Lieut. James Slaughter paid $46 to Joseph Bukett for 2 dinners, breakfasts, and 1 quart of whiskey for 6 men who were on command after corn.

5701-4-118-119-May 25, 1780: Fifth document. John Montgomery order for 3 day rations for 2 men at Fort Bowman.

5702-4-120-May 24, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard McCarty order to commissary Henry Crutcher to issue 20 rations for proceeding up the Illinois River in service of the state at Cahos.

5703-4-120-May 22, 1780: Second document on left. Faded. Flour and pork sold by ? Dilalle [Delisle].

5704-4-120-May 19, 1780: Third document on right. George Rogers Clark order to repair gun of Graves Morris?

5705-4-120-May 28, 1780: Fourth document. Surgeon Ray at Kahos [Cahos] was issued bill of exchange for $1200 by Col. John Montgomery for service.

5706-4-120-May 26, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers order for powder and lead for his company at Cahos.

5707-4-121-122-May 8, 1780: Top document. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for 1 artificer at Fort Clark.

5708-4-121-122-May 18, 1780: Second document on left. Monsieur Charleville supplied flour, indian meal, and corn for troops at Fort Clark and for expedition to Kaskaskia. Names: Patt Kennedy.

5709-4-121-122-May 6, 1780: Third document on right. Written in French. Names: Col. Clark, Jacque Lusorce?

5710-4-121-122-May ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

5711-4-123-124-May 8, 1780: Top left document. Indian meal received at Kaskaskia. Names: Patt Kennedy.

5712-4-123-124-May ?, 1780: Top right document. Faded. Unable to read.

5713-4-123-124-May 12, 1780: Third document. Major George Slaughter order for 3 day rations for 12 men and an officer.

5714-4-123-124-May ?, 1780: Fourth document on left. Names: John Rogers.

5715-4-123-124-May 2, 1780: Fifth document. Written in French. Names: J. Trottier.

5716-4-123-124-May 12, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued for 9 men of Capt. Mornay? Names: Joseph Poindexter, Major George Slaughter.

5717-4-125-126-May 12, 1780: Top document. Flour and corn rations issued for Major George Slaughter corps. Names: Benjamin Field, William Bruce.

5718-4-125-126-May 17, 1780: Second document on left. Ration of bacon and flour issued to Capt. Robbards [Roberts] co. Names: Lieut. James Slaughter, Major George Slaughter.

5719-4-125-126-May ?, 1780: Third document on right. Faded. Unable to read.

5720-4-125-126-May 20, 1780: Fourth document on left. Powder issued. Names: Lieut. James Slaughter.

5721-4-125-126-May ?, 1780: Fifth document. No names.

5722-4-125-126-May 17, 1780: Sixth document on left. Payment for bacon by Benjamin Field for Major George Slaughter corps. Names: John Romino.

5723-4-125-126-May 13, 1780: Bottom right document. Incomplete. Troops.

5724-4-127-128-May 12, 1780: Top document. Names: Capt. John Baley, Martin Carney.

5725-4-127-128-May 14, 1780: Third document on left. Payment to John McGlockland by Major George Slaughter.

5726-4-127-128-No date: Fourth document on right. Benjamin Field bought 20 gallons of whiskey from William Thompson for use of Major George Slaughter.

5727-4-127-128-May 12, 1780: Bottom document. George Thornton order for rations for 14 men employed to build boats for Major George Slaughter.

5728-4-129-130-May 14, 1780: Top document. George Thornton order for rations for 8 men employed building boats for Major George Slaughter.

5729-4-129-130-May 20, 1780: Bottom document. Rations.

BOX 624-FOLDER 66

LETTER [JOHN TODD TO THOMAS JEFFERSON]

JUNE 2, 1780

Frames 131-149

5730-4-132-135-June 2, 1780: Colonel John Todd Jr. June 2, 1780 letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson of Virginia. Complete document has been transcribed. May It Please Your Excellency:

In consulting with Col. Clark we found it impracticable to maintain to many petty posts in Illinois with so few men & concluded it better to draw them all to one post. The land at the junction of the Ohio & Mississippi was judged better situated for the purpose as it would command the Trade of an extensive country on both sides of each River & might give as a check to any [encroachments] from our present allies the Spaniards whose growing powder might justify put us upon our guard of whose friendship for [engrossing?] Territory might otherwise urge them higher up the River upon our side than we would wish. The Expenses in erecting this new post & [recruiting?] the men would have been [?] unsurmountable without a settlement contiguous to the Garrison to support it whose adventurers would [?] the soldiers in the heavy North of Building their fortifications. I therefore granted to a certain number of families four hundred [livres?] to each family as a price to be settled by the General Assembly with commission for sick & militia-offices of the [necessary]. Instruction copies of the principal of which I herewith send you. The Others being agreeable to the printed forms here fore delivered me by the Governor & Council-[List?]. The withdrawing of our Troops from St. Vincinne [Vincennes] might raise suspicions among the Citizens of our disadvantages. I have sent to Major Bosseron the then District commandant blank commission with powders to raise one company. I put them in possession of the Garrison with assurance of pay rations to be allowed him by the Government.

I enclose you also a return of the cloths [?] which I sent down by Mr. Clark to Capt. Dodge whom I appointed Agent agreeable to your Excellency's Letter as Mr. Lindsay decided to discontinue when Col. Clark. left the falls his officers & men to the amount perhaps of 120 were well [clothed] except in the artillery officers. Mr. Lindsay had not arrived the 8th of May last from 21 [Nov.?]. I have not heard whether the goods from [New] Orleans were yet arrived. Capt. Dodge was also to receive them from Lindsay.

5730-4-132-135-June 2, 1780-Continued: Major Isaac Bowman with 7 or 8 men & one family set from, Kaskaskia the 15th [November] last in a batteau attended by another batteau with 12 men & 3 or 4 families in it bound to the Falls of Ohio. I judged it faster to send to the Falls many articles belonging to the Commonwealth by Bowman than to bring them myself by land. Bowman's batteau fell into the hands of the Chickasaw Indians & the other arrived in March or April at the French Lick on Cumberland with the Account of Bowman and all the men except one Biddle were killed & taken. [Enclosed] your Excellency a list of such articles and belonging to the State as well as I can make out from my detached memorandums. My Book & many necessary papers being also lost. Many necessary articles of Intelligence yet remain unmentioned. I will enjoy no leisure until I can have fully acquainted your Excellency with the situation of Illinois. I have the Honor to be with the greatest respect. Your Excellency Most Obediently Humble Servant John Todd Jr. Received 2nd June 1780:

5731-4-136-137-June 2, 1780: This document was mentioned in the June 2, 1780 letter written by Col. John Todd Jr. to Governor Thomas Jefferson of Virginia. It has been fully transcribed: The Commonwealth of Virginia. To: Gentlemen. You are hereby constituted and appointed justices of the peace for the Boroughs of and its Dependencies. Your duty is to see that good order be preserved within your District, to bind over to the sessions under proper security the Violators of the Peace & all suspicious persons, to discountenance Fraud & Justice in every appearance & to try Pleas of Debt-under four dollars [gold?] Sixth Silver & give Judgement & Award Execution thereupon. Witness: John Todd, Jr. Esquire. County Lieutenant and Commandant In Chief of the County of Illinois in the Fourth Year of the Commonwealth Anno Domini 1780 (Signed John Todd Jr.)

5732-4-138-139-[June 2, 1780]: Document mentioned in Col. John Todd Jr. June 2, 1780 letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson. It apparently was an example of a letter sent to appoint judges of the district Courts in the Commonwealth of Virginia's Illinois county. document. The full text has been transcribed:

To The Commonwealth of Virginia. Gentlemen: You are hereby constituted and appointed judge of the court for the district of ------. Any three or more of you are hereby [empowered] to constitute the said court which is to be held on a certain day in every month to be appointed by yourselves or any other day when authorized by Special Warrant under the Hand of the Seal of the District Commandant. The said Court shall have powder to appoint a Clark [clerk] to record their proceedings with regulations of his fee-to try all offenses against the laws and furnish the Guilty by fine and imprisonment. To hear and determine all pleas for Debt Covenant, Trespassers. Trespass upon the case of agreeable to the Laws, Rules and Regulations of this Commonwealth, its courts making in extraordinary cases for allowance for a disparity in situation without appeal save only to the Commandant in Chief when the District Commandant shall certify that he hath just cause of appeal Saving the Commandant Chief the Powders given to him in the Illinois Act in cases Captial of where appeals shall certified-Witness: John Todd, Jun., Esquire Lieutenant and Commandant in Chief of the County Illinois in the Fourth Year of the Commonwealth anno Domini 1780 (Signed John Todd)

5733-4-138-139-March 27, 1780: This document was sent with Col. John Todd Jr.'s letter, which was recieved June 2, 1780 by Governor Thomas Jefferson. It was a document which apparenlty was distributed in the Illinois County. The full text has been transcribed:

5733-4-138-139-March 27, 1780-continued: March 27, 1780: To All Whom These Present Shall Come-Greetings. Whereas an extensive and unsettled Tract of Territory belonging to the Commonwealth of Virginia in the Ohio and it Waters under the Inhabitants of the said state subject to continued invasions of the many Indian Nations bordering thereon and the Trade and Commerce of the Western Waters liable to be destroyed at any time by the Enemies of our State and Government, a Post established at or near the mouth of Ohio within the said State of Virginia in our county of Illinois or adjacent thereto will prove the most effectual means of protecting our citizens of Illinois and other Frontier-Inhabitants in their property and commerce and whereas it is represented that said post cannot be supplied with the necessary provisions unless by some neighboring settlement to be established upon some Lands contiguous thereto that a number of families amounting to one hundred can be procured to settle with proper encouragement. NOW KNOW YE THAT FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT of the said scheme.

I John Todd Junior, Commandant in Chief of the County of Illinois: Have granted and made over and do by these present grant make over unto George Rogers Clark Esquire Commander of the Illinois Regiment-a certain Tract or parcel of land adjacent and contiguous to the Borough of ----- bending [bordering] upon the Ohio River not containing more than forty thousand acres. In Trust to the use hereafter specified and not other that is to say to the use of such Families as shall settle in the said Borough of and be conformable to the regulations which shall be adopted by its trustees, four hundred acres to the Head of each family in fee simple. Subject never the less to such price and shall be required by the Assembly of Virginia for the composition money. Provided the title to the said Land shall be complete until the title to the In & Out Lots in the said Borough shall also be perfected. Provided also the said tract shall be laid off by four lines in length.

5734-4-140-March 12, 1780: Letter written by George May to Governor Thomas Jefferson of Virginia. Filed in folder containing letters and documents sent by Col. John Todd Jr. to Governor Thomas Jefferson.

5734-4-140-March 12, 1780-Continued: Letter may have been sent along with Todd's. Text has been transcribed. Jefferson County 12 Oct.? 1780. Sir: Of Those in the Commission of the Peace for this county there are not a sufficient numbers to hold a court in the county, the most of them living in the lower part of Virginia. There is a total stop [?] journey despite our commissioners to be again qualified. I therefore request that a sufficient number may be added to the already appointed for this purpose. Rich William may [?] presume be represent our commission and George Slaughter, James Francis Moore and Robert Williams and others would be proper to be appointed. George May signed letter but letter may have been written for him by William Philips.

5735-4-141 [June 2, 1780]: Duplicate of Document 5731 --4-136-137.

5736-4-142-143: Duplicate of Document 5732 --4-138-139

5737-4-144-147 Duplicate of Document 5733.

5738-4-148-149 Duplicate of Document 5734

BOX 624-FOLDER 67

LETTERS JUNE 1780

Frames 150-161

5 documents filmed on 11 frames.

5739-4-151-June 8, 1780: Archibald Blair's written opinion of the [Virginia] Council for bills of exchange drawn upon the state received by Simon Nathan at New Orleans were to be exchanged for tobacco at a rate of Four dollars and one sixth for every hundred weight of tobacco. The Governor [of Virginia] was advised to give orders to Simon Nathan to use tobacco stored in the Upper ware house. Benjamin Day was paid with 100,000 pounds of tobacco and Robert Shore was given 100, 000 pounds with the later balance due him to be paid with 6 per cent annual interest.

5740-4-152-153-June 12, 1780: Written in French. Names: Major John Montgomery, ? Bentley, Louis Laferua? Reference to Cahos.

5741-4-154-155-June 9, 1780: Joseph Lindsay at Camp Jefferson certified that Daniel Dodge assisted him on a boat trip from Falls of Ohio to Illinois. There must have been some type of accident during the trip since the letter indicated a passenger Rose Bioke? went a drift and that all clothes including that of Dodge were lost. Names: William Shannon, Henry Smiltz?

5742-4-156-157-June 20, 1780: Faded. Letter to Capt. John Dodge from Fort Jefferson by Capt. Robert George on order of Col. George Rogers Clark. Request for $187 to obtain cloth for use of troops and inhabitants at Kaskaskia. Names: Zephaniah Blackford,

5743-4-158-159-June 9, 1780: Request for clothing for men and officers of Capt. Robert Biall of 19th Virginia Regiment. Reference to his Excellency and the Council [of Virginia]. Names: Simon Nathan. Unable to read two names.

5744-4-160-161-June 9, 1780: Letter from Thomas Jefferson [Governor of Virginia] to Simon Nathan. Signed by Jefferson, who thanked and accepted Nathan for offering to serve the state in the purchase of supplies for the officers and men stationed at Pittsburgh, [Penn].

BOX 624-FOLDER 68

VOUCHERS

JUNE 1780 Frames #162 -

5745-4-163-164-June 10, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to quartermaster Carney to give 1 and 1/2 pound of lead to Capt. Harrison for use on a voyage up to the Falls of Ohio.

5746-4-163-164-June 17, 1780: Second document. Incomplete. Names: Jacob Yeats.

5747-4-163-164-June 5, 1780: Third document on left. George Rogers Clark order to William Shannon to issue taffia to him to take from Kaskaskia to Fort Jefferson.

5748-4-163-164-June 20, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue 2 guns for use of troops at Camp Jefferson.

5749-4-163-164-June 29, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order according to Col. Clark to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 8 shirts for James Thompson, Joseph Prather, John Shrank, Jacob Dasher of Capt. Kellar's company. Reference to the War and the term of [enlistment] for each man.

5750-4-165-June 9, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Capt. Robert George to issue the same clothing privileges, which officers had to quartermaster Carney.

5751-4-165-June 9, 1780: Second document. Archibald Locker receipt for selling 5 pair of mill stones to the Virginia Regiment of the Illinois Department at Fort Clark. Names: Martin Carney, quartermaster.

5752-4-165-June 10, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark instructed Capt. John Dodge, Continental Agent, to issue clothing according to Act of [Virginia] Assembly to Capt. Lieut. Harrison.

5753-4-165-June 13, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue lead to Josiah Phelpes of John Montgomery company.

5754-4-166-167-June 10, 1780: Top document. Faded. John Montgomery requested rations.

5755-4-166-167-June 12, 1780: Second document. Cotton cloth to make 2 pair of trousers, 2 pair of stockings, and 12 yards of red tape were issued by Col. Clark's orders. Names: John Walker of Capt. Robert George company.

5756-4-166-167-June 13, 1780: Bottom left document. Quartermaster Martin Carney at Camp Jefferson furnished 500 pounds of powder and 1000 pounds of lead for Capt. Robert George's expedition to Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison.

5757-4-166-167-June 19, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 2 shirts to each of 23 men of his artillery company. Order was based on Act of the [Virginia] assembly and agreeable to Col. Clark. Names of soldiers receiving shirts were: Joseph Andrews, Matthew Jones, John Ash, George Venshiner, Richard Turpin, Peter Wagoner, Francis Little, John Dorsely, John Jontheis, James McDaniel, Isaac Pruit, Thomas Win, Matthew Murray, Andrew Clark, John Brian, William Bosten, Richard Hopkins, Charles Burk, ? Cesas, John Hacker, Lazarius Kenize, Daniel Bolton, William Jefery. All of the soldiers had enlisted for the War with the exception of an unidentified soldier who was to serve 1 year.

5758-4-168-169-June 14, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy note to give flour for value of keeping horses 20 days at Kaskaskia. Names: Thomas Cartier, James Smith.

5759-4-168-169-June 13, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Martin Carney concerning a large barge, 28 oars, cable and 1 tarpaulin for an expedition of Capt. Robert George to Falls of Ohio from Camp Jefferson.

5760-4-168-169-June 12, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge to furnish Capt. Lieut. Harrison with 3 knives, 3 horn combs, 1 ivory comb, 4 yards of gartering, coating for [britch cloth], blankets, and white cloth for use of expedition of Capt. Harrison, who was also issued a feather and ink pot. The orders were agreeable to Col. George Rogers Clark.

5761-4-168-169-June 7, 1780: Bottom right document. Major George Slaughter order to Falls of Ohio quartermaster to issue 3 bushels of corn to William Moore.

5762-4-170-171-June 13, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Camp Jefferson Quartermaster to issue 1 pound of lead for use of his voyage to Falls of Ohio.

5763-4-170-171-June 8, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order at Clarksborough, [Kentucky] to issue ammunition for militia company of Capt. George Owens or Olins. Names: Silas Harland.

5764-4-170-171-June 12, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Camp Jefferson to issue 3 blankets, 26 horn combs, 13 ivory combs, half yard of blue cloth coating and thread for use of his expedition to the Falls of Ohio. Order was agreeable to Col. Clark.

5765-4-170-171-June 9, 1780: Bottom right document. Incomplete. George Rogers Clark order to Martin Carney to issue various supplies to Archibald Lochard for use of troops in the Western Department.

5766-4-172-June ?, 1780: Top left document. Incomplete. Receipt for mill stones for George Rogers Clark.

5767-4-172-June 10, 1780: Top right document. Quartermaster Martin Carney at Camp Jefferson issued 40 flints for use of troops going on expedition up the Ohio [River]. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, Capt. Robert George.

5768-4-172-June 9, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue paper for Camp

5768-4-172-June 9, 1780-Continued: Jefferson Commissary. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

5769-4-172-June 9, 1780: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order to give paper to Capt. John Dodge. Names: Capt. Robert George

5770-4-172-June 9, 1780: Bottom left document. George Rogers Clark order from Camp Jefferson to issue paper for use of troops and staff at Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. John Dodge, William Shannon.

5771-4-172-June 12, 1780: Bottom right document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 40 men of Capt. Thomas. Names: Lieut. Joseph Sanders, Major George Slaughter.

5772-4-173-June 13, 1780: Top document. Falls of Ohio commissary issued 3 pints of whiskey to Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: Major George Slaughter.

5773-4-173-June 13, 1780: Second document. Falls of Ohio commissary issued 3 pints of whiskey to Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: Capt. George Slaughter.

5774-4-173-July 13, 1780: Third document. Col. Clark's order to issue 1 ink pot to Lieut. James Brown of Capt. [Richard] Brashear co. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

5775-4-173-June 12, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George at Fort Jefferson certified a boat, which was delivered to Martin Carney for use of Col. Clark, was sunk and all contents were lost.

5776-4-173-June 11, 1780: Bottom right document. Clothing was delivered to Martin Carney at Camp Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Dodge.

5777-4-174-June 18, 1780: Top left document. Major George Slaughter order to issue whiskey to 3 men, who were on fatigue [military duty] and 3 who were in Capt. [Edward] Worthington co.

5778-4-174-June 23, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue four shirts to each man going to Illinois for provisions. The men were Richard Senate and Peter Freeman of Capt. Taylor's co.; James Ballinger and Jacob Huffman of Capt. Todd's co.; Cornish Jefferson, Jr. of Capt. Evans co.

5779-4-174-June 13, 1780: Center document. Receipt of 161 pounds of tobacco by Camp Jefferson quartermaster Martin Carney for Illinois Department of State of Virginia.

5780-4-174-June 14, 1780: Bottom document. By order of Col. Clark powder and lead were issued by Camp Jefferson.

5781-4-175-176-June 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Dodge by order of Col. George Rogers Clark issued 3 shirts with ruffles, 2 pairs of trousers, 2 pairs of

5781-4-175-176-June 12, 1780-Continued: britches with proper trimmings, 2 handkerchiefs, 2 pair of thread stockings, 4 vests to William Clark. Names: Capt. Robert George.

5782-4-175-176-June 13, 1780: Center document. Capt. Robert George order for quartermaster Martin Carney to purchase tobacco from Mr. Lindsay for use of troops at Camp Jefferson.

5783-4-175-176-June ? 1780: Bottom left document. Memo concerning [Virginia] Council meeting and the [decision] to withdraw western troops to the Ohio.

5784-4-175-176-June 12, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. John Rogers request to repair a gun lock.

5785-4-177-June 15, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplasy.

5786-4-177-June 13, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to Camp Jefferson to issue 500 pounds of powder and 1000 pounds of lead to Capt. Lieut. Harrison for use of the expedition up the Ohio on order of Col. Clark.

5787-4-177-June 14, 1780: Center document. Col. Clark order for 3 yards of ribbon to be issued for Capt. William Shannon. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Dodge.

5788-4-177-June ?, 1780: Bottom left document. Written in French. No names.

5789-4-177-June ?, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Unable to read.

5790-4-178-June 2, 1780: Top left document. Capt. Abraham Keller order for rations for 15 men of his company. Names: John Montgomery.

5791-4-178-June 6, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Names: Vital Beauvais, Richard Winston.

5792-4-178-June ?, 1780: Center left document. Faded. Rations issued for 15? men, 1 woman and 5 children. Names: ? Brady, Capt. John Williams.

5793-4-178-June 4, 1780: Center right document. Leonard Helm requested 2 day ration for 1 officer.

5794-4-178-June 5, 1780: Bottom document. Liquor ration for a detachment of 15 men of Capt. John Williams co. at Fort Clark. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

5795-4-179-180-June 1, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Reference to John Montgomery at Kaskaskia.

5796-4-179-180-June 4, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Names Jacques Lasouru?

5797-4-179-180-June 4, 1780: Center document. Rations issued to Capt. Thomas Campbell. Names: Joseph Sawyer?

5798-4-179-180-June 17, 1780: Bottom left document. Whiskey was issued for 21 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company. Names George Slaughter.

5799-4-179-180-June ?, 1780: Bottom right document. Incomplete. Names: Robert Gage.

5800-4-181-June 2, 1780: Top document. Order to armer to repair a gun of a soldier in the Illinois Virginia Regiment commanded by Col. George Rogers Clark. Names: Martin Carney.

5801-4-181-June 5, 1780: Second document on left. Incomplete. G. L. Gallons of Kaskaskia was paid $2081 for furnishing ?. Names: Patt Kennedy.

5802-4-181-June 17, 1780: Third document to right of second document. Rations for 40 men of Capt. Roberts company were issued. Names: George Slaughter.

5803-4-181-June 20, 1780: Fourth document on far right. Rations issued to 10 men of Capt. Roberts going on command. Names: George Slaughter.

5804-4-181-June 20, 1780: Fifth document. Major George Slaughter order for 2 day whisky ration for 4 men.

5805-4-181-June 12, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to Fort Bowman, John Montgomery, and Sergeant Major Samuel Ferguson?

5806-4-182-June 20, 1780: Top document. Rations issued for 5 days for 37 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: Major George Slaughter.

5807-4-182-June 18, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. John Montgomery order for rations for 19 volunteers.

5808-4-182-June ?, 1780: Third document on right. Faded. Unable to read.

5809-4-182-June 20, 1780: Fourth document. Major George Slaughter order for 2 day whisky ration for 20 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co.

5810-4-182-June 12, 1780: Bottom document. Rations of 53 pounds of beef were issued. Names: Frederick Slaughter.

5811-4-183-184-No date: Top left document. List of rations: beef, salt, and corn.

5812-4-183-184-May 19, 1780: Top right document. Monsieur Bienvenue supplied flour at Fort clark. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5813-4-183-184-June 29, 1780: Center document. Tobacco provided by Mr. Crutcher at Fort Clark. Names: James Finn.

5814-4-183-184-May 19, 1780: Bottom left document. James Finn order at Fort Bowman for 2 pickets and 30 ? for the French.

5815-4-183-184-June ?, 1780: Bottom right document. Unable to read.

5816-4-185-June 27, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Names: Jacques Lasouru?

5817-4-185-June 12, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Names: Jacques Lasouru?

5818-4-185-June 12, 1780: Third document on left. Faded. Provisions purchased for troops at Fort Bowman. Names: James Finn.

5819-4-185-June 8, 1780: Fourth document on right. Faded. Rations issued at [Cahos] for 2 days for 2 volunteers. Names: Richard Brashear.

5820-4-185-June 4, 1780: Fifth document. Patt Kennedy certified Joseph Braseau had furnished a horse for 16 days and for another 8 days for use of the Commander General at Kaskaskia.

5821-4-185-June 15, 1780: Sixth document on left. Faded. Reference to Fort Bowman, James Finn, Capt. Baley, and ? Ballinger?.

5822-4-185-June ?, 1780: Seventh document on right. Faded. Unable to read.

5823-4-185-June 20, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Horse supplied for use. Names: Patt Kennedy.

5824-4-186-June 8, 1780: Top left document. Cahos issued 4 day rations 1 officer. Names: John Baley.

5825-4-186-June 25, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Names: Richard McCarty, Richard Breze, Lonval Logena.

5826-4-186-June ?. 1780: Third document on left. Faded and ink spots. Reference to Lieut. Richard Brashear at Cahos.

5827-4-186-March 22, 1780: Fourth document on right. Leonard Helm certified Monsieur Novah

5828-4-186-March 22, 1780-Continued: furnished 10 day lodging for 10 Kickapoo indians at Kaskaskia and was to be paid $2.00 per day.

5829-4-186-June 12, 1780: Fifth document. Rations issued for 4 days. Names: John Montgomery.

5830-4-186-June ?, 1780: Sixth document. Written in French. Rations for 4 days. Names: J. Laurence?

5831-4-186-No date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Order to repair gun of Josey Green?

5832-4-187-June 12, 1780: Top left document. John Montgomery order to issue 6 day rations for volunteers.

5833-4-187-June 4, 1780: Top right document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Richard Sinnet had supplied his own food and expense of billet when an inhabitant refused to provide.

5834-4-187-June 4, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Charleville, Patt Kennedy.

5835-4-187-June 5, 1780: Fourth document. Martin Carney issued powder and lead to Richard Winston.

5836-4-187-June 8, 1780: Fifth document on left. Rations issued. Names: Capt. John Baly.

5837-4-187-June 6, 1780: Bottom left document. Charles Charleville supplied 100 pounds of flour and 20 pounds of pork for use of the States at Kaskaskia. Names: Patt Kennedy.

5838-4-187-June 9, 1780: Bottom right document. Flour ration issued to John Rogers.

5839-4-188-189-June 2, 1780: Top left document. Incomplete. Reference to ration. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

5840-4-188-189-June 4, 1780: Top left document. Incomplete. George Rogers Clark order for paper.

5841-4-188-189-June 4, 1780: Top right document. Patrick Kennedy certified Monsieur Antoine Morran had furnished a horse for the conductor general for trips to and from Cahos for public business. Cost was $100.

5842-4-188-189-May 26 and June 8, 1780: Third document on left. Incomplete. No. 40. rations for Guard Mownling as well as rations for 11 others of Capt. Richard Brashear company.

5843-4-188-189-June 20, 1780: Fourth document on right. No. 42, 43 and 46. List of payments

5843-4-188-189-June 20, 1780-Continued: made between March 23 to June 20, 1780 for recruitment of soldiers for the War. Names: Jarrat [Jarret] Williams, Valentine Thomas Dalton, Laurence Slaughter, Col. John Montgomery.

5844-4-188-189-June 20, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Bear meat ration issued. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

5845-4-190-June 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 3 day ration for 40 men of his company.

5846-4-190-June 2, 1780: Second document on left. Cepage Visj was given 140 pounds of flour by Frederick S. Guion for baking 1400 pounds of biscuits. Names: John Montgomery.

5847-4-190-June 4, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for rations.

5848-4-190-June 3, 1780: Fourth document on left. Capt. John Rogers received 80 pounds of powder from Martin Carney for use of the troops at Cahos.

5849-4-190-June 12, 1780: Fifth document. Rations issued. Names: John Montgomery.

5850-4-190-June 2, 1780: Bottom left document. George Slaughter order for rations for 37

5850-4-190-June 2, 1780-Continued: men of Capt. Roberts company.

5851-4-190-June 8, 1780: Bottom right document. Incomplete. Names: ? Slaughter, ? Bowman.

5852-4-191-June 19, 1780: Top left document. Payment of 2400 pounds of Virginia currency was paid as bounty for recruitment for George Rogers Clark regiment. Names: Governor Thomas Jefferson, Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. Isaac Taylor, William Prenton?,

5853-4-191-June 17, 1780: Top right document. Incomplete. Names: James Finn.

5854-4-191-June 15, 1780: Third document on left. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Janist, ? Duplasy.

5855-4-191-June 8, 1780: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Girault order for 2 day rations for 1 officer at Cahos.

5856-4-191-June 10, 1780: Fifth document on left. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for 11 Cahos volunteers.

5857-4-191-June 12, 1780: Sixth document on right. Faded. Names: John Montgomery.

5858-4-191-June 6, 1780: Bottom left document. Powder and lead issued at Fort Bowman. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. Rogers.

5859-4-191-June 20, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Unable to read.

5860-4-192-193-June 11, 1780: Top document. Cloth was given for [ hauling] corn from Falls of Ohio to Camp Jefferson. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, Martin Carney.

5861-4-192-193-June 11, 1780: Second document on left. Capt. John Rogers received 4 horses purchased by Capt. John Dodge from Monsieur Gratiot.

5862-4-192-193-June ?, 1780: Third document on right. Faded. Unable to read.

5863-4-192-193-June ?, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Rations of meat and corn were issued. Names: Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts.

5864-4-192-193-June 22, 1780: Fifth document on left. Major George Slaughter order for 2 day ration for 19 men of Capt. Roberts company Capt.

5865-4-192-193-June 11, 1780: Sixth document on right. Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Patrick Henry certified Capt. Peter Gamlin had furnished corn for his troops going to Headquarters.

5866-4-192-193-June 10, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

5867-4-194-195-June 11, 1780: Top left document. Faded. Names: John Dodge, ? Lacroix, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Mr. Levey,

5868-4-194-195-June 4, 1780: Top right document. Flour was provided by Monsieur Janist at Cahos. Names: Patt Kennedy,

5869-4-194-195-June 13, 1780: Third document on left. Major George Slaughter order for powder and lead.

5870-4-194-195-June 14, 1780: Fourth document. George Slaughter order to quartermaster to give half a bushel of corn to William Hackley.

5871-4-194-195-June ?, 1780: Bottom document. Ration of meat issued to Capt. Benjamin Roberts men. Names: George Slaughter.

5872-4-196-197-June 11, 1780: Top left document. Faded. Names: John Montgomery, Tobaus Godwin.

5873-4-196-197-June 8, 1780: Top right document. Rations issued for 8 men. Names: George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

5874-4-196-197-June 5, 1780: Third document on left. Rations issued for 7 men of the militia at Fort Nelson. Names: Sullivan Williams, John Cutindon.

5875-4-196-197-June 4, 1780: Fourth document on right. Rations issued for Capt. Thomas company. Names: Commander George Slaughter, Lieut. Joseph Saunders.

5876-4-196-197-June 7, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued for Capt. Benjamin Roberts company. Names: George Slaughter.

5877-4-198-199-June 15, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Names: Richard Winston, Joseph Braseau.

5878-4-198-199-June 4, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for rations for his company.

5879-4-198-199-June ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

5880-4-198-199-June 20, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Joseph Saunders order for beef and corn rations for company of Capt. Thomas.

5881-4-198-199-June 11, 1780: Bottom left document. Rations issued for company of Capt. Thomas. Names: Lieut. Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

5882-4-198-199-June 6, 1780: Top center bottom document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Duplasy.

5883-4-198-199-June 6, 1780: Bottom center document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Duplasy.

5884-4-198-199-June ?, 1780: Bottom right document. Ration of corn and beef. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

5885-4-200-201-June 12, 1780: Top left document. Rations issued for hunter. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear.

5886-4-200-201-June 12, 1780: Top right document. Faded. Rations. Unable to read names.

5887-4-200-201-June 17, 1780: Center left document. Written in French. Reference to Cahos.

5888-4-200-201-June 18, 1780: Second Center document. Written in French.

5889-4-200-201-June 18, 1780: Center right document. Powder issued to Lieut. Slaughter. Names: George Slaughter.

5890-4-200-201-June 8, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued for 3 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: George Slaughter.

5891-4-202-203-June 12, 1780: Top left document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for rations for 15 days for Capt. Richard Brashear.

5892-4-202-203-June 12, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Richard Brashear order for rations for 15 of his men.

5893-4-202-203-June ?, 1780: Third left document. No. 69. 225 on verso. Unable to read rest.

5894-4-202-203-June ?, 1780: Fourth document on right. Unable to read.

5895-4-202-203-June 5, 1780: Fifth document on left. Capt. John Rogers order for rations for troops of the Illinois Department at Cahos. Names: Martin Carney.

5896-4-202-203-June ?, 1780: Sixth document on right. Unable to read.

5897-4-202-203-June 6, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplasy.

5898-4-204-205-June 5, 1780: Top left document. Unable to read.

5899-4-204-205-June ?, 1780: Top right document. Names: Henry Crutcher.

5900-4-204-205-June 12, 1780: Third document on left. Faded. Unable to read.

5901-4-204-205-June 8, 1780: Fourth document on right. Rations for 1 day issued for 40 savages [indians]. Names: Jean Shoissen?, John Williams.

5902-4-204-205-June ?, 1780: Fifth document on left. Names: John Montgomery.

5903-4-204-205-June ?, 1780: Sixth document on right. Unable to read.

5904-4-204-205-June 17, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. John Baley order for rations for 30 men of his company.

5905-4-204-205-June ?, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. John Williams order to issue rations for 30 men of Capt. Malke? volunteers.

5906-4-206-207-June 17, 1780: Top left document. Quartermaster issued 8 day ration to ? Roberts.

5907-4-206-207-June 12, 1780: Top right document. Michael Perault request for 24 rations at Cahos. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty.

5908-4-206-207-June 12, 1780: Third document on left. Faded. Names: Joseph English.

5909-4-206-207-June 19, 1780: Fourth document. Rations issued to soldier Dick Zinn. Names: Anthony Permikal?

5910-4-206-207-June ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

5911-4-208-209-June 19, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order for 2 day ration for 31 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company.

5912-4-208-209-June 19, 1780: Second document. Rations issued to Capt. John Rogers.

5913-4-208-209-June 13, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter order for 2 day ration for 29 men of Capt. Thomas company.

5914-4-208-209-June 22, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for 2 day ration for 14 men. Names: John Williams.

5915-4-208-209-June 17, 1780: Bottom document. John Williams request for rations.

5916-4-210-211-June 16, 1780: Top document. Rations issued for 28. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. John Williams.

5917-4-210-211-June 17, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Brashear order for 6 day rations for 14 volunteers.

5918-4-210-211-June 29, 1780: Third document. Quartermaster James Finn received 4 loads of wood from ? Lachance for use of Fort Clark garrison.

5919-4-210-211-June 12, 1780: Bottom document. Names: John Dodge.

5920-4-212-213-June ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Reference to horses and James Finn?

5921-4-212-213-June 10, 1780: Second document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Patrick Carmichel [Carmicle] had supplied his own food for 7 days instead of a billet, which was refused by an inhabitant while he was at Fort Patrick Henry. Other side has list of rank of soldiers.

5922-4-212-213-June 10, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Michael Perault.

5923-4-212-213-June 18, 1780: Fourth document. John Montgomery order to issue rations for 6 volunteers at Cahos.

5924-4-212-213-June 9, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. Richard McCarty order for 2 day ration for 1 volunteer at Cahos.

5925-4-214-215-June 12, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Faded. Ration of pork. Names: Vital Beauvais, Capt. John Williams.

5926-4-214-215-June 12, 1780: Center document. Faded. Ration for 6 days for 1 officer. Names: John Williams.

5927-4-214-215-June ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

5928-4-216-217-June 7, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Brashear ration order for 27 men of his company.

5929-4-216-217-June 12, 1780: Second document. Rations issued for 28 biscuits. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. John Williams.

5930-4-216-217-June 20, 1780: Third document. Kevin Owens was paid $20 for grog sold to Capt. John Dodge.

5931-4-216-217-June 12, 1780: Bottom document. No. 77. Rations were issued for volunteers, who had chosen John J. Mangos? as their commander to go on the expedition under the command of Lieut. John Montgomery at Cahokia. Names: Linctot, Durand, Govin, Papion?, Leplantes, Longchamp. J. Parerafic, F. Panerafic, and M. Pienvusin were listed as discharged men.

5932-4-218-June 16, 1780: Top document. Rations for 3 days. Names: John Williams, Munio Lemon Sreugz?

5933-4-218-June 16, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Rations for 2 days. Names: John Williams.

5934-4-218-June 30, 1780: Third document. Rations for 43. Names: Jean Chozinik?, John Williams.

5935-4-218-June 15, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Abraham Kellar requested biscuits for use of his company. Names: Capt. John Williams.

5936-4-219-220-June 10, 1780: Top document. Order to repair gun of ? Slaughter. Names: James Finn.

5937-4-219-220-June 10, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Brashear order for rations for his men.

5938-4-219-220-June 24, 1780: Third document. Ration of whiskey for 32 men. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter

5939-4-219-220-June ?, 1780: Fourth document. Names: John Williams.

5940-4-219-220-June 20, 1780: Bottom document. Rations for 46 indians. Names: John Williams, Jean Chorine?

5941-4-221-222-June 2, 1780: Top document. Rations for 3 days for 23 men. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

5942-4-221-222-June 21, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard McCarty order for 2 day rations for 23 volunteers.

5943-4-221-222-June 10, 1780: Third document. Monsieur Pappa at Cahos made 6 fishing hooks for Capt. Richard Brashear.

5944-4-221-222-June 18, 1780: Bottom document. List of rations for Capt. Richard Brashear company consisting of 16 privates.

5945-4-223-224-June 25, 1780: Top document. Commissary issued 1 pint of whiskey. Names: George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

5946-4-223-224-June 12, 1780: Second document. Monsieur Lecose? supplied lead for use of troops going on an expedition from Fort Bowman. Names: John Williams.

5947-4-223-224-June 23, 1780: Third document. John Williams order for 5 day rations for 3 indians.

5948-4-223-224-June 9, 1780: Bottom document. James Finn at Fort Bowman order for ? to be issued to John Conner?

5949-4-225-226-June 24, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order for powder for Peter Triplet. Names: Blair Balard.

5950-4-225-226-June 19, 1780: Second document. John Rogers order for repair for ramrod and lock [of a rifle].

5951-4-225-226-June 20, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter order for rations for 4 men.

5952-4-225-226-June ?, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Ration of flour issued.

5953-4-225-226-June 18, 1780: Bottom document. James Finn order at Fort Bowman to repair gun of Joseph Conney?

5954-4-227-June 4, 1780: Top document. Capt. Roberts order to quartermaster Bland Ballard to issue powder.

5955-4-227-June 20, 1780: Center document. Faded. Order to issue powder. Names: Capt. [Richard] McCarty?

5956-4-227-June ?, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Reference to balance due. Names: [Simon] Nathan, Joseph Reed.

5957-4-228-229-June 9, 1780: Top document. Faded. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

5958-4-228-229-June 8, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Names: Simon Nathan, William Bradford.

5959-4-230-June 9, 1780: Top document. Valentine Thomas Dalton received from Monsieur Ambrise? a 45 foot piroague [dug out canoe] at Fort Patrick Henry to carry headquarters artillery store.

5960-4-230-June ?, 1780: Second document. James Finn certified Monsieur Bissonnet had furnished horses for 12 days on a Cahos express from Fort Bowman.

5961-4-230-June 20, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Jacques Lassure?

5962-4-230-June 10, 1780: Bottom document. Monsieur Grehen supplied 8 pounds of flour. Names: Frederick S. Guion, M. Cricker?

5963-4-231-June 8, 1780: Top document. Faded. Reference to issue? for an indian going on expedition to Fort Bowman.

5964-4-231-June 20, 1780: Second document. Faded. Reference to order of James Finn to make ? pin at Fort Bowman.

5965-4-231-June 8, 1780: Third document. James Finn order at Fort Bowman to make a ? pin for Robert Witt.

5966-4-231-June 12, 1780: Fourth document. Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Patrick Henry certified Major Francois Bosseron had furnished 226 pounds of beef for troops going to Headquarters.

5967-4-231-June 8, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for rations.

5968-4-232-June 9, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baley order for 2 day ration for 31 men of his company.

5969-4-232-June 18, 1780: Second document. Frederick S. Guion received 305 pounds of beef from Monsieur Perrion?

5970-4-232-June 6, 1780: Third document. Patt Kennedy at Kaskaskia received flour and wheat from Monsieur Janist.

5971-4-232-June 4, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: Jacques Lasouru?

5972-4-232-June 20, 1780: Bottom document. Unable to read.

5973-4-233-234-June 4, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names Jacques Lasouru?

5974-4-233-234-June 9, 1780: Second document. James Finn order to make 2 locks for gun of David Anbrose? at Fort Bowman.

5975-4-233-234-June 20, 1780: Third document. James Finn order at Fort Bowman to ? Vashucay? to repair gun of indian.

5976-4-233-234-June 12, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. John Baley order for ration for 27 men.

5977-4-233-234-June 6, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Jacques Lasouru?

5978-4-235-June 6, 1780: Top document. Faded. Order for rations by J. Graham?

5979-4-235-June 4, 1780: Second document. James Finn order for the armer to make ? for bearer of note.

5980-4-235-June 21, 1780: Third document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for rations for men of Capt. Harrison co.

5981-4-235-June ?, 1780: Fourth document. Unable to read.

5982-4-235-June 11, 1780: Fifth document. Frederick S. Guion received 100 pounds of flour from Monsieur Meshal Bulfrey for use of troops at Cahos.

5983-4-235-June 28, 1780: Sixth document. James Finn at Fort Bowman order to ? Vashucay? to repair ?.

5984-4-236-237-June 8, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baley order for 2 day rations for 31 men of his company.

5985-4-236-237-June 6, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: Richard Winston, Monsieur Baptiste Charleville.

5986-4-236-237-June ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: James Finn,

5987-4-236-237-June 3, 1780: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark issued a Bill of Exchange at Fort Clark for $6800 and sent it to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Thomas Bentley for services supplied for troops.

5988-4-236-237-June 4, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams certified Major Smith provided billet for his servant from May 20, 1788 to June 1, 1780.

5989-4-238-June 4, 1780: Written in French. Names: ? Lamazange?

5990-4-239-June 5, 1780: Bill of Exchange issued by George Rogers Clark for $6800 at Fort Clark and sent to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Thomas Bentley for service for troops.

5991-4-240-241-June 5, 1780: Top document. William Shannon certified Monsieur Bienvenue had furnished 86 pounds of pork for troops of Illinois and indicated state of Virginia was to pay.

5992-4-240-241-June 9, 1780: Second document. Written in French and English. George Rogers Clark issued Bill of Exchange for $4000 at Fort Clark to the treasurer of Virginia for payment to Thomas Bentley for enlistment of men.

5993-4-240-241-June ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

5994-4-240-241-June 11, 1780: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order for 4 day ration for 1 officer.

5995-4-242-June 14, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baley order for 2 day ration for 38 men.

5996-4-242-June ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

5997-4-242-June ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Reference to gun at Fort Bowman. Names: James Finn.

5998-4-242-June 6, 1780: Bottom document. John Williams received 115 pounds of pork for use of troops of the commonwealth at Fort Clark from Richard Winston.

5999-4-243-June ?, 1780: Top document. James Finn certified he had received 20 oars and use of a cart for 18 days from Monsieur Bissonnet.

6000-4-243-June ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

6001-4-243-June ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Reference to flour.

6002-4-243-June 4, 1780: Bottom document. Will Shannon certified [St.] Gemme Beauvais had

6002-4-243-June 4, 1780-Continued: furnished 100 pounds of flour for use of troops stationed in Illinois and the state of Virginia was to pay for debt.

6003-4-244-June 3, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard McCarty order for rations.

6004-4-244-June 11, 1780: Second document. Faded. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations.

6005-4-244-June 3, 1780: Third document. William Shannon at Kaskaskia issued flour and pork to Capt. Richard Harrison.

6006-4-244-June 3, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to William Shannon at Kaskaskia to issue 4 quarts of taffia for his company.

6007-4-244-June 22, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, W. Carbine.

6008-4-245-June 3, 1780: Top document. Faded. John Montgomery at Fort Bowman.

6009-4-245-June 7, 1780: Second document. Faded. Leonard Helm requested provisions.

6010-4-245-June 6, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Richard Winston, St. Gemme Beauvais.

6011-4-245-June 8, 1780: Fourth document. Richard Winston received $15 from Capt. John Rogers for indian corn provided his horse at Kaskaskia.

6012-4-245-June 2, 1780: Bottom document. Martin Carney order for the repairing a gun for a solider in the Illinois Virginia Regiment commanded by George Rogers Clark.

6013-4-246-247-April 8, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 20 pounds of flour for use of the troops at Kaskaskia from Monsieur Losigvall.

6014-4-246-247-June ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. No. 9. Reference to order for rations.

6015-4-246-247-June 17, 1780: Third document. Faded. Written in French. Names: St. Gemme Beauvais , J. W. Laurence?.

6016-4-246-247-June 2, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued for 7 men of Capt. [Richard] McCarthy co. and sergeant Valentine.

6017-4-248-249-June 4, 1780: Top document. Faded. Capt. Richard McCarty order for 2 day rations for 1 officer and 2 others.

6018-4-248-249-June 6, 1780: Second document. No. 32. Faded. Capt. Richard Clark order at Fort Bowman for rations.

6019-4-248-249-June 1, 1780: Third document. Fort Bowman quartermaster James Finn received 9 dressed skins from ? Crickear for use of the troops going on an expedition.

6020-4-248-249-No date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Reference to 6 and 1/2 gallons of rum for use of troops. Names: William Shannon, commissary for Illinois Department, Gideon Ferrat, Euion? Jarrat.

6021-4-250-253-June 6, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baley order for rations.

6022-4-250-253-June 1, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Baley order for 1 day ration for 1 man of his co.

6023-4-250-253-June 3, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Harrison order at Cahos for 2 day ration for 45 men of his company.

6024-4-250-253-June 3, 1780: Fourth document. Quartermaster James Finn received deer skins from Monsieur Lecvos for use of troops going on expedition.

6025-4-250-253-June 8, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Bowman quartermaster James Finn received 5

6025-4-250-253 June 8, 1780-Continued: dressed deer skins from Monsieur Leacps for use of troops going on the expedition.

6026-4-254-255-June 3, 1780: Top document. No. 12. Capt. John Baley order for 3 days rations for 33 men of his company at Fort Cahos.

6027-4-254-255-June 1, 1780: Bottom document. No. 39. Brashear order at Fort Bowman for rations for Col. Montgomery mess.

BOX 624-FOLDER 69

VOUCHERS, INVENTORIES OF GOODS-JUNE 1780

Frames 256-337

6028-4-257-260-June 10, 1780: John Dodge signed for receiving merchandise listed on the 2 page invoice from Joseph Lindsay for use of the troops in the Illinois Department and other purposes belonging to the state of Virginia. Names: William Clark and Samuel Smyth. Items listed were: 2 dozen hats, calico, 3 dozen silk handkerchiefs, 21 dozen sundry kind of combs, 3 butcher knives, 1 clasp knife, white flannel, cambric, spotted and cotton velvet, spotted flannel, 41 dozen metal buttons, writing paper, 2 dozen ink pots, 2 boxes of wafers, 11 razors, [gartering], ribbon, 19 pair of knee garters, 1 apron, 1 large chest, 1 large trunk, 3 pieces of gingham, 9 blue handkerchiefs, cottonade,[course cotton fabric], coffee, pins, and grey cloth.

6029-4-261-262-June 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 26 yards of stroud to make as many pair of leggings and britch cloth for 26 men of Capt. Richard Harrison co., who were going on expedition up the Ohio [River]. Order was agreeable to George Rogers Clark. Capt. George also requested 26 knives, 52 shirts, 1 ink pot, 1 bridle and thread. Capt. George certified the names of soldiers, who were to receive the items. Names: John Walker, William More, Lazarus Ryan, Laurence Kineon?, Phil Long,

6029-4-261-262-June 12, 1780-Continued: Philip Hupp, ?, Taylor, William White, Bostin Damer, Michael Washeton?, David Kennedy, Daniel Baber, Michel Finkler?, Valentine Bolinskler, John Oakley, Isham Floyd, Edmond Fair, John Megarr, Patrick Marr or Moss, Patrick McCally, Abraham Miller, William Freeman, George Smith, Drury Bush, Jacob Wheat, and John Bush.

6030-4-261-262-June 9, 1780: Second document. Thomas Jefferson order to Simon Nathan at Philadelphia to deliver the goods he had been instructed to purchase to Capt. Robert Beall or to any other person on his or Col. John Wilson's order.

6031-4-261-262-June 9, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order at Camp Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to issue 2 pair of leggings and 2 knifes to Major Harland for an expedition to the Falls of Ohio.

6032-4-263-264-June 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order on behalf of George Rogers Clark to Capt. John Dodge to give 1 knife, 1 ivory comb, 1 horn comb, white material for leggings, material for britch cloth, bath coating, gartering, blankets for use of the expedition up the River. Names: Sergeant Samuel Smyth.

6033-4-263-264-June 21, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George instructions at Fort Jefferson to the commonwealth of Virginia to pay tailor John Bryan or Brian for articles and services. Items supplied were 14 soldier [uniforms]; 1 pair of overalls; 1 suit of clothes for Edward Miers?, who was in Capt. John Baley co.; 1 suit of clothes for John Nash of Capt. [James] Shelby co.; the cutting of 19 suits of clothes, which were made up by the women; the cutting of 13 coats, which were given to the women; the cutting of 1 suit made by Mr. Smith for Jacob Wheat of Capt. George's co.; Capt. John Dodge paid the tailor in goods of 2 silk handkerchiefs, linen, ribbon, and other type cloth. Names: James Sherlock.

6034-4-265-266-June 14, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Camp Jefferson to issue a hat, 1 blanket for use of the men going on expedition to the Falls of Ohio. Order agreeable to George Rogers Clark.

6035-4-265-266-June 16, 1780: Center document. Capt. Robert George order at Camp Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to provide flannel, 2 needles, 2 [scissors], 2 yards of cambric for use of the artillery company. Names: Daniel Boller.

6036-4-265-266-June 12, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pair of trousers, cloth for 2 waist coats, 2 breeches, 1 britch cloth, 1 blanket, 1 ink stand, 1 knife, 1 coarse comb, 1 fine comb, and 1 bridle. Verso indicated William Shannon received contents and as well as 5 yards of check linen and blue bath coating. Names: William Clark.

6037-4-267-268-June 16, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Camp Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to give a brass clasp for a knife, 1 comb, and 2 yards of ferret [stout cotton or silk tape] to quartermaster Martin Carney.

6038-4-267-268-June 10, 1780: Center document. Capt. Robert George order to Camp Jefferson quartermaster Martin Carney to provided tobacco for use of his company going on expedition to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Sergeant John Walker.

6039-4-267-268-June 12, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George at Clarksville order to Capt. John Dodge to issue half a yard of linen, 1 indian handkerchief, 1

6039-4-267-268-June 12, 1780-Continued: silk handkerchief, 1 linen handkerchief, 1 pair of small [scissors], and brown thread to Capt. William Shannon. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6040-4-269-270-June 13, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark to Capt John Dodge at Camp Jefferson to issue enough black [cloth] for Mistress Mary Flor? to make a gown.

6041-4-269-270-June 20, 1780: Second document. By order of George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George at Fort Jefferson approved payment to Mary Smith for making a suit of soldier clothes [uniform], which had been cut out by the tailor.

6042-4-269-270-June 20, 1780: Third document. By order of George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George at Fort Jefferson instructed Capt. John Dodge to issue 3 shirt, stuffs for 3 summer jackets and trousers, 2 pocket handkerchiefs, thread, materials for 3 stocks [stockings] and 1 ink pot to Zephaniah Blackford.

6043-4-269-270-June 20, 1780: Bottom document. By order of George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George requested Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 shirts to each soldier: Joseph Thornton, Zachariah Williams, and John Sword, who were in Capt. Worthington's co.

6044-4-271-272-June 12, 1780: Top document. By order of George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George requested Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to furnish Martin Carney with 22 yards of [material] to make bags for expedition to the Falls of Ohio.

6045-4-271-272-June 22, 1780: Second document. By order of George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George requested Capt. John Dodge at Camp Jefferson to issue a trunk for 2 pair of trousers, 1 check handkerchief, 1 small comb, 1 large comb to Andrew Clark.

6046-4-271-272-June 20, 1780: Third document. By order of George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George requested Capt. John Dodge to deliver 1 leather ink pot to Mr. Donne for use of the commissary department at Camp Jefferson.

6047-4-271-272-June 20, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco to Mr. J. Donne.

6048-4-273-274-June 20, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue trimmings for 3 jackets for Zephaniah Blackford.

6049-4-273-274-June 13, 1780: Center document. By agreement of George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George ordered Capt. John Dodge at Camp Jefferson to provide 4 blankets for his company going on expedition to the Falls of Ohio.

6050-4-273-274-June 14, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. William Shannon issued 27 gallons of taffia at Fort Jefferson for the party escorting Col. Walker to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, Capt. Robert George.

6051-4-275-276-June 28, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George according to George Rogers Clark order requested Capt. John Dodge to issue 8 shirts to John

6051-4-275-276-June 28, 1780-Continued: Johnston, George Lunsford, Anthony Lunsford, William Bell, who were serving as soldiers for 3 years or the duration of the War.

6052-4-275-276-June 19, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert Beall of the 9th Virginia Regiment and at Philadelphia certified Simon Nathan had delivered 42 suits of clothing [uniforms], which the General Council of Virginia had ordered and by mistake were for Col. John Gibson at Fort Pitt.

6053-4-277-278-June 19, 1780: Faded. Capt. Robert Beall of the 9th Virginia Regiment and at Philadelphia had certified goods on invoice had been received. Items appear to be [uniforms], cloth etc. for 17 officers and 243 non commissioned officers. Can identify 17 pairs of shoes for officers, 57 pocket handkerchiefs, linen waist coats.

6054-4-279-280-June 13, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue linen shirts, cottonade overalls, linen drawers [underclothes], ruffle shirts, coats, scalping knives to Col. Thomas Walker and Major Dan Smith, who were going on public service.

6055-4-279-280-June 13, 1780: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy certified the state of Virginia was indebted to Monsieur Jean Delchirute for cost of 3104 pounds of flour and salt for use of the state at Ste. Gemme. Verso written in French.

6056-4-281-282-June 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson certified receiving from William Clark the following goods, which belonged to the state of Virginia: blue cloth, white cloth, flannel, 1 box of thread and 3 and half boxes of brass buttons.

6057-4-281-282-June 7, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order from Kaskaskia to issue blue and white cloth, binding etc. to make uniforms for Capt. John Rogers.

6058-4-283-284-June 15, 1780: Capt. John Dodge receipt to William Clark at Fort Jefferson for goods belonging to the state of Virginia. Items: blue cloth, white cloth, white flannel, 1 box of thread, 3 1/2 boxes of brass buttons, and considerable yards of cloth, which had been damaged by fire at the Falls of Ohio. Names: J. Donne.

6059-4-285-288-June 10, 1780: Invoice of goods purchased in New Orleans and delivered by Capt. John Dodge to Joseph Lindsay at Fort Jefferson. Testators for receipt were William Clark and Martin Carney. The merchandize belonged to the state of Virginia and was for use of the troops in the Illinois Department. Items listed: 3 dozen silk handkerchiefs; 21 combs; 1 dozen clasp knives; cambric; white flannel; spotted cotton velvet;, shallon; spotted jeans; 41 dozen of buttons; 1 ream of writing paper; 2 dozen of ink pots; 11 razors; gartering; 2 dozen camblets?; 8 butcher knives; 3 dozen calimanes; 41 dozen metal buttons; 2 boxes of wafers; ribbon; 19 pair of knee garters; 1 dozen bridles; 1 apron; 1 large trunk; 1 large chest; 9 blue handkerchiefs; Britannia [cloth]; 38 hair jean twists; 7 3/4 yards of fustian; 3 dozen flair [flare]; fine gray cloth; cottonade; 400 sewing needles; ferreting; calico; and 167 pounds of damaged coffee. Joseph Lindsay certified the listed gingham was check linen.

6060-4-289-290-June 16, 1780: Top document. William Clark indicated he had expenses for moving a quantity of public goods from the Falls of Ohio to Fort Jefferson. He received the goods on March 27, 1780 from Lieut. John Todd and delivered it to Capt. John Dodge on June 15, 1780. Goods included 1 pair of blankets costing $15.50; 1 check handkerchief cost of $1; 1 brass ink pot at $1; 1 butcher knife at $.50; 4 yard of ribbon at $.50 per yard;

6061-4-289-290-June 25, 1780: Second document. Patt Kennedy certified Charles Charleville had furnished a cart and horse.

6062-4-289-290-June 4, 1780: Third document. William Shannon, conductor General of the Western Department certified by order of George Rogers Clark he had taken 1 small fulee or fuse?, which was property of Israel Ruland of Fort Vincennes. Payment of $4000 was made in goods. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

6063-4-289-290-June 18, 1780: Bottom document. Whiskey for 18 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. was issued. Names: Major George Slaughter.

6064-4-291-292-June 7, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: Patt Kennedy, Jacques Lasouru?

6065-4-291-292-June 30, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Rations issued. Names: Patt Kennedy, Jacques Lasouru?

6066-4-291-292-June 16, 1780: Third document. No. 31. Whiskey for 23 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co, who were on fatigue [military duty]. Names: Major George Slaughter.

6067-4-291-292-June 3, 1780: Bottom document. No. 23. George Rogers Clark certified service was performed. Expenses of Edward Taylor owed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. References for trip to Fort Jefferson, Fort Clark. Names: Thomas Wilson.

6068-4-293-294-June 15, 1780: Top document. Whiskey issued for 30 men of Capt. Thomas company at Falls of Ohio. Names: Sergeant Benjamin Withers, Lieut. Joseph Saunders, Major George Slaughter.

6069-4-293-294-June 15, 1780: Second document. Meat rations for 1 day for 41 men of Capt.[Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Major George Slaughter.

6070-4-293-294-June ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

6071-4-293-294-June ?, 1780: Fourth document. James Slaughter paid $14 breakfast to Peter Un?

6072-4-293-294-June 15, 1780: Bottom document. Ration of corn, meat and fat issued for 37 men of Capt. Thomas company. Names: Sergeant Benjamin Withers, Lieut. Saunders, and Major George Slaughter.

6073-4-295-296-June 15, 1780: Top document. Ration of 37 pounds of beef for 37 men of Capt. Thomas company. Names: Sergeant Benjamin Withers, Lieut. Joseph Saunders; and Major George Slaughter.

6074-4-295-296-June 17, 1780: Second document. Ration of beef, corn and salt issued for 34 men of Capt. Thomas co. Names: Sergeant Benjamin Withers, Major George Slaughter, Lieut. Joseph Saunders.

6075-4-295-296-June 17, 1780: Third document. Patt Kennedy paid Francois Charleville $40.00 for a trumpet for use of the Light Dragoon at Kaskaskia.

6076-4-295-296-June 13, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: Patrick Kennedy, Monsieur Charleville.

6077-4-297-298-June 17, 1780: Top document. Major George Slaughter order to issue 7 day rations of corn, meat and salt for Capt. Thomas.

6078-4-297-298-June 19, 1780: Second document. Ration of 17 and 1/2 pounds of meat issued for 7 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: Major George Slaughter.

6079-4-297-298-June 16, 1780: Third document. Major George Slaughter order for 1 day ration for 41 men of Capt. Roberts company.

6080-4-297-298-June 15, 1780: Bottom document. Major George Slaughter order whiskey ration for 23 men of Capt. Roberts company.

6081-4-299-300-June 12, 1780: Written in French. Statement for services and items supplied by Charles Gratiot at Cahos from May 13-24, 1780. John Montgomery certified the articles listed were received for use of troops at Cahos. Names: Col. Clark, Richard Brashear.

6082-4-301-302-June 16, 1780: No. 39. Invoice of Carlo Lachapell or Lashapell to state of Virginia for 500 pounds of flour, loads of wood and hauling lead for Fort Clark for use of troops. Names: Joseph Luncan.

6083-4-303-304-June 17, 1780: No. 33. Invoice of Joseph Brazeau [Braseau] to state of Virginia for April 16 to June 17, 1780 for providing rations, flour, corn, pork, hiring of horses for expedition and for Conductor General at Fort Clark.

6084-4-305-306-June 15, 1780: No. 96. Bill of exchange signed by Patt Kennedy for the Conductor General for 392 livres due Monsieur St. Gemme Beauvais for sundries furnished the state of Virginia at Fort clark. Names: John Montgomery.

6085-4-307-309-June 10, 1780: No. 18. Account and voucher of Captain Janist with the state of Virginia for pork, flour, casks, rations for men and Drury Bush, hay for horse of Capt. Rogers, rations for 6 men from Cahos, and rations for 5 officers from Post St. Vincent [Fort Vincent]. Conductor for the Western Department Patt Kennedy at Fort Clark issued certificate for payment.

6086-4-310-311-June 11, 1780: No. 4. Account and voucher of Francois Charleville with state of Virginia for loads of wood, pork, and trumpet.

6087-4-310-311-June 9, 1780: No. 44. Account and voucher of Monsieur Longvall with state of Virginia for items supplied April 6, 1779-March 4, 1780. Reference also to account of ? Touranjour [Touranjeau]. Listed were 6 pickets for the Fort, cartage to the Fort, shingles, loads of wood, rations for men, lodging for Capt. [Richard] McCarty's

6087-4-310-311-June 9, 1780-Continued: 2 men, who returned from Fort Vincent.

6088-4-312-313-June 4, 1780: Top document. No. 26. Account and voucher of Antoine Beauvais with state of Virginia for Jan. 1, 1780-June 4, 1780. Listed were loads of wood, indian meal, rations for men and flour.

6089-4-312-313-June 7, 1780: Bottom document. Quartermaster James Finn at Fort Bowman orders to ? Vashune? to make screws or repair guns of William Corteneth?; David Russell; H. Dewley; and George Smith.

6090-4-314- 315-June 22, 1780: Statement of Oliver Pollock's account with Foutant Bourgard and agreeable for settlement, which Pollock had made with the state of Virginia. Account settled by Pollock's agent Daniel Clark at New Orleans. Bills totaled $3,540 and interest was charged.

6091-4-316-317-June 9, 1780: State of Depreciation of Illinois money in 1779. Names and location: Fort Vincent, Cahos, Col. Montgomery.

6092-4-318-320-June 28, 1780: Faded and incomplete. Duplicate filming. Names: John M. Dowitt, Isaac Bowman, William Roby; R. Brashear; Capt. Harrod; Daniel Boltinhathis; William Coffer; John Clark; Samuel Blackford; John Goren; William Shannon; Oliver Pollock; John Bowman; John O. Fenn. References to Illinois country, Virginia, Indians and Pennsylvania.

6093-4-321-322-June 8, 1780: Faded. Commonwealth of Virginia furnished listed articles for

6093-4-321-322-June 8, 1780-Continued: Illinois indians, who departed to join Col. John Montgomery on an expedition up the Mississippi [River]. Items: bread, tobacco, rum, 6 bushels of corn furnished families of indians who were absent on the expedition. Reference to boarding and lodging. Names: Richard Winston.

6094-4-323-325-June 30, 1780: No. 109. Rations issued for June 24-June 30, 1780 expedition up the Illinois River. Total of 225 rations issued for companies of Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. John Rogers, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Richard Harrison, Capt. Richard McCarty, Indian party of 45, volunteer company of 25, and Capt. Gist?. There were 105 rank and file in the expedition.

6095-4-326-327-June 26, 1780: Top document. Joseph Saunders requested 3 quarts of whiskey for 24 men of Capt. Thomas company.

6096-4-326-327-June 21, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Payment due to ? Charleville.

6097-4-326-327-June 18, 1780: Third document. No. 99. Rations issued to indians. Names: John Montgomery, Jean Choizzer.

6098-4-326-327-June 23, 1780: Bottom document. Major George Slaughter order to issue whiskey for 32 men of Capt. Roberts co.

6099-4-328-331-25, 1780: Top document. Filmed twice. ? Dalton at Fort Patrick Henry certified Monsieur L. Tulip furnished a hog for use of troops. the Document 6100-4-328-331-June 29, 1780: Center document. Filmed twice. Ration of salt and meat issued for 3 days for 46 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: Major George Slaughter.

6101-4-328-331-June 24, 1780: Bottom document. Filmed twice. Ration of rum issued for 13.

6102-4-332-333-June 27, 1780: Top document. Whiskey issued. Names: Mark Thomas, Major George Slaughter.

6103-4-332-333-June 26, 1780: Second document. Major George Slaughter order to issue rations to Capt. [Edward] Worthington company including 2 women, 1 fifer, and 13 privates.

6104-4-332-333-June 17, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Joseph Saunders issued a quart of whiskey. Named: Major George Slaughter.

6105-4-332-333-June 21, 1780: Fourth document. Whiskey ration for 16 men of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. issued. Names: Major George Slaughter.

6106-4-332-333-June 22, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Ration of ? issued. Names: Richard Hackley, Major George Slaughter.

6107-4-334-335-No Date: Left document. No. 3. Corn, whiskey and salt.

6108-4-334-335-No date: Second document. Beef, meal and salt.

6109-4-334-335-June 19, 1780: Third document. Powder and 1 quart of whiskey.

6110-4-334-335-June ?. 1780: Fourth document on right. No. 48. Whiskey and rum.

6111-4-334-335-June 27, 1780: Bottom document. No. 1. Whiskey.

6112-4-336-June 31, 1780: Top document. Quartermaster James Finn certified 1 soldier was billeted with the Bouliens at Fort Boncin?

6113-4-336-June 9, 1780: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to Harman Comley.

6114-4-336-June 20, 1780: Bottom left document. Ration for 4 days issued for 21 of Capt. Thomas co. Names: Lieut. Joseph Saunders, Major George Slaughter.

6115-4-336-June 18, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Unable to read.

6116-4-337-June ?, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: J. Troitier?

6117-4-337-No date: Center document. Names: Harmon Fons?

6118-4-337-No date: Bottom left document. No. 58. Beef, corn, salt.

6119-4-337-June 21, 1780: Bottom right document. Lieut. Joseph Saunders order to issue whiskey for 48 men of Capt. Thomas company.

BOX 625-FOLDER 70

VOUCHERS-JULY 1780

Frame #338-582

376 documents filmed on 244 frames.

6120-4-339-341-July 8, 1780: Louisville, July 1780. Samuel Walkins signing with his mark at Kaskaskia certified Patrick Kennedy furnished 1 four point blanket to wrap the body of David Bass, who was killed by the Indians. Watkins was also issued 3 bottles of rum for himself and others, who watched the corpse all and night. Two other bottles [Rum?] were given to carry the body to the church yard for burial since there were no troops. Testators: J. Bosseron and ?

6121-4-342-July 1780: Fort Jefferson 1780. No other information.

6122-4-343-348-July 6, 1780: Frames #343-347 are duplicate copies of documents listed on frames #339-342. There must have been a mistake in filming. Document 6122 will actually begin-4-646 and is the top document. George Rogers Clark received 100 gallons of whiskey for use of the troops on the Expedition. Names: Capt. [William] Shannon, John Phillips. Market cost of the whiskey was $225.00.

6123-4-346-348-July 8, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate of Document 6121. See for description.

6124-4-349-351-July ?, 1780: Fort Jefferson, July 1780. Incomplete and in fragments. Account and voucher of Capt. Nicholas Janist with the state of Virginia for supplying loads of wood, cartage from the Mississippi [River], 250 pounds of fresh beef, 2 bags of bran, 750 pounds of flour, 2 bags of corn, grinding of corn, 20 pounds of pork, 7 days diet for 1 soldier, lost of the use of a negro's time in service of the state for 19 days due to frost bite. Cost of $1.00 per day was charged for the negro's time. Commander Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of the Illinois in for Virginia issued bills of exchange on the Treasurer of Virginia for $ 1005 for payment to Janist.

6125-4-352-July 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead for use of Capt. Abraham Kellar at Camp Jefferson.

6126-4-352-July 25, 1780: Second document. Lieut. James Slaughter order for double rations of corn for 40 men of his company.

6127-4-352-July 30, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 day rations for Capt. Patton's company.

6128-4-352-July 29, 1780: Bottom document. Peter Wagner, James Sherlock, Capt. John Dodge.

6129-4-353-July 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Camp Jefferson to issue.

6129-4-353-July 12, 1780-Continued: lead and powder to Capt. Abraham Kellar. Names. Mr. Carney.

6130-4-353-July 6, 1780: Second document. Major George Slaughter order at Falls of Ohio to Sergeant Henry Smock to go with the 2 soldiers put under his command to Salt River Station, to find 2 deserters. Names of the deserters were not known and Sergeant Smock was advised to bring them back to the garrison without injury but to take their lives if they resisted and caused violence.

6131-4-353-No date: Third document. No. 19. Corn and salt.

6132-4-353-July 29, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a hat to Peter Wagoner of his company.

6133-4-354-355-July 10, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue Mr. Montbran the full quota of clothing, which the law entitled him as an officer. Order was agreeable to George Rogers Clark.

6134-4-354-355-July 10, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue Capt. John Baley the full quota of clothing, which law entitled him as an officer. Order was agreeable to George Rogers Clark.

6135-4-354-355-July 11, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue Lieut. Richard Clark the full quota of

6135-4-354-355-July 11, 1780-Continued: clothing, which law entitled him as an officer. Order was agreeable to George Rogers Clark.

6136-4-354-355-July 11, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue Lieut. Col. John Montgomery his entitled quota of officer clothing. Order was agreeable to George Rogers Clark.

6137-4-356-357-July 14, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to give powder and lead to Lieut. John Girault.

6138-4-356-357-July 13, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to give 2 shirts and material to make a pair of trousers to Shadrach Bond as payment for his account with the state.

6139-4-356-357-July 3, 1780: Third document. John Williams order for 250 rations for his voyage to Camp Jefferson.

6140-4-356-357-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers order at Fort Jefferson for rations for himself and 2 officers.

6141-4-358-359-July 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 1 soldier at Fort Jefferson.

6142-4-358-359-July 14, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a full compliment of clothing to Doctor Ray as specified by the Act of the Assembly for officers.

6143-4-358-359-July 28, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson Quarter master to issue tobacco to artificer Andrew Clark.

6144-4-358-359-July 3, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pair of leggings for Michael Thatcher and Leyiant Anderson, who were going on command. Order was agreeable to Col. Clark.

6145-4-360-361-July 7, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quarter master to issue tobacco to soldier Laurence Kennan in Capt. George's co, and for soldier ? Thorington in Capt. Worthington's company.

6146-4-360-361-July 27, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quarter master to issue tobacco for Daniel Williams, Jonathan Sworden, Archibald Lockhard, and William Ralefan of Capt. Worthington's company.

6147-4-360-361-July 28, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quarter master Martin Carney to issue tobacco to William Clark.

6148-4-360-361-July 22, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Jefferson for 10 pounds of pork for his mess.

6149-4-362-363-July 12, 1780: Top document. By order of Col. Clark, Capt. Robert George instructed Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to provide 2 shirts and cloth with trimmings for the making a complete suit of clothing for soldiers Joseph Mormeral?, Louis Lepaient?. James Brown and Jacke Rubeds, who were in Capt. Worthington's company.

6150-4-362-363-July 22, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Jefferson to issue rations to 1 man of Capt. John Shaw.

6151-4-362-363-July 10, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George issued Col. Clark's order to Capt. John Dodge to issue clothing to Capt. John Rogers and two of his officers.

6152-4-362-363-July 11, 1780: Fourth Document. Capt. Robert George requested a ration for himself.

6153-4-364-365-July 14, 1780: Top document. Quarter master Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued gunpowder and lead to Ensign Slaughter. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6154-4-364-365-July 12, 1780: Second document. Jarret Williams certified James Curry, William Elder, James Morris, William Bartholomew, James Dawson, James Elms,

6154-4-364-365-July 12, 1780-Continued: and John Elms hand enlisted as soldiers. Bottom portion of document is order from Capt. Robert George to Capt. John Dodge to issue for clothing to 7 soldiers of Capt. Richard Brashear at Fort Jefferson based on order of George Rogers Clark. There were 14 shirts issued, 21 yards of flannel, 24 yards of blue cloth, thread and buttons. Names: John Donne.

6155-4-364-365-July 14, 1780: Third document. Lieut. John Gerault's receipt for articles issued at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

6156-4-364-365-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. James Finn's receipts for articles to make 1 coat and 1 hat. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6157-4-366-367-July 10, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue Major John Williams with full issue of clothing. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6158-4-366-367-July 14, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Rogers of Virginia Light Dragoons order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 11 coarse and fine combs, 3 ink stands, 2 rolls of black cloth and thread to make shirts.

6159-4-366-367-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order 2 day rations for 1 man of Capt. Richard Brashear co.

6160-4-368-369-July 14, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge

6160-4-368-369-July 14, 1780-Continued: at Fort Jefferson to issue a shirt to 24 soldiers: John Wilson, Edward Taylor, Henry Hutton, Andrew Clark, Lou Brown, Leonard Shoemaker, William Hall, Lewis Gines?, William Carmack, Jacob Huffman, Ebenezer Severns, James Ballinger, James Patter, Joseph Smith, Samuel Johnston. Richard Chapman, Peter Freeman, Abner Etheridge, Richard Sinnett, John Lasley, John McGuire, Daniel Tolley, James Kincade, Joshua Hollis.

6157-4-368-369-July 19, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery receipt for 14 yards of blue cloth, 12 yards of flannel, thread, buttons and 8 shirts. Items were for soldiers William Buchanan, Robert Whitehead, William Whitehead and John Roberts, who had not received clothes for enlistment. Names: Capt. John Dodge, George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George and Fort Jefferson.

6158-4-368-369-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 English blanket, one half point blanket and one saddle and bridle.

6159-4-370-371-July 14, 1780: Top document. By order of George Rogers Clark, Ensign Jarret Williams certified to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson that 18 men had not received 2 shirt allotment and 7 men. Names: James Curry, John Joins, John Mackown, Charlie Morgan, John Boils, John McMichael, Daniel Tygar, John Blair, Patrick Curry, Samuel Allen, James Allen, James Harry, John Cowen, David Wallis, Francis Rubido, William Elms, James Morris, William Bartholmew, James Dawson, Charles Ounicler?, Cagy [Micaja] Mayfield, Joseph Ross, James Elms, John Elms, and Peter Howell.

6160-4-370-371-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth to make shirts, trousers for Lieut. Thomas Wilson.

6161-4-372-373-July 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark requested Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue full clothing and scarlet cloth to face a coat to Sergeant Frederick S. Guion of George's Artillery company.

6162-4-372-373-July 12, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark requested Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue clothing as allotted an officer to Mr. John Donne, Deputy Conductor.

6163-4-372-373-July 16, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order at Falls of Ohio to William Shannon to issue 2 quarts of whiskey to Sergeant Edward Mathews in the Illinois Regiment to deliver at Fort Jefferson.

6164-4-372-373-July 16, 1780: Bottom document. No. 59. Zephaniah Blackford order for 3 day rations for 4 men on command from Fort Jefferson to Fort Clark.

6165-4-374-375-July ?, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue lead needed by Michael Hacketon to kill meat for the garrison.

6166-4-374-375-July 12, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark instructed Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue full clothing allowance to 23 soldiers of Capt. Abraham Kellar's co.

The first six listed had enlisted during the war and the others were to serve 1 year but were given 2 shirts. Names: John Chappel, George Hoit, Baptist Ruper?, Francis Layeore?, Anthony Montroy, James Thompson, James Pritchet, Harmon Eagle, Thomas Hays, George Smith, John Crawley, Joseph Cooper, Benjamin Cooper, John Kellar, David Russell, David Humble, James Davis, John Kearns, Philip Duly,

6166-4-374-375-July 12, 1780-Continued: Hamer Duly, John Shrank, Joseph Panther, and Jacob Decart [Deckard]

6167-4-376-377-July 5, 1780: Top document. No. 19. Two day beef allotment given for 10 men on command from Fort Jefferson to Fort Clark. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Montgomery.

6168-4-376-377-July 16, 1780: Second document. No. 18. State of Virginia owed $600 to George Wilson, who supplied provisions of powder, lead, 1 canoe and a bateau (row boat) for the party going to Fort Jefferson. Names: George Rogers Clark, Sergeant Edward Mathas [Mathews] of the Illinois Regiment, Major Harlin, and Doctor Eather?

6169-4-376-377-July 17, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark orders to Capt. William Shannon to issue 4 pounds of powder and 2 pounds of lead for use of boat grew going to Clarksburg. Names: Edward Matthews.

6170-4-376- 377-July 14, 1780: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order to Capt. William Shannon at the Falls of Ohio to issue powder and lead for use of Capt. Benjamin Harrison, Capt. John Winston of John Keller's volunteers for an expedition against the [Shawnee Indians].

6171-4-378-379-July 10, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Rogers certified list 31 men of Capt. Robert George's company of Light Dragoons, who were had served 1 year and were entitled to clothing to be issued by Capt. John Dodge. Material and thread or silk were issued to make 62 shirts and [black] jackets. Names: William Merriweather; Thomas Key, Rice Curtiss; David Pagan; Domenick [Dominick] Welch; Nathaniel Mershom; David McDonald; Casper Galer; Joseph Irvin; Frederick Doharty; George Key; George Snow; Henry Blankinship; William Campbell;

6171-4-378-379-July 10, 1780-Continued: William Goodwin; James Spillman; Francis Spillman; William Boston or [Boxton]; Travis Boxton; William Given [Givens]; William Lee; Charlis [Charles] Martin; [Michael] Oharron; John Jones; Barney Higins [Higgins]; John Murphey [Murphy]; William Kendall; James Hammit; William Frogget; Robert Barnit [Barnett]; and Michiel [Michael] Glass.

6172-4-378-379-July 13, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 leggings, 4 shirts, 2 blankets to Major John Williams for use of Baptist le Quange, who had served in an expedition.

6173-4-380-July 15, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay in part from the company store for services of Mrs. Ann Elms and her daughter. Names: Leonard Helm.

6174-4-380-July 12, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George certified Francis Villier, Charles McLaughlan, John La Richardy, and Francis Bennoit had been enlisted by Lieut. John Gerault to serve during the War and were entitled for clothing issue to be given by Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson.

6175-4-381-July 11, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Ann Elams [Elms] attended the sick in the hospital at Fort Jefferson and was entitled to the same pay as given to others for that purpose.

6176-4-381-July 13, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 14 yards of blue cloth, 12 yards of flannel, thread and buttons to ? Girault to make 8 shirts.

6177-4-382-383-July 12, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue quarter master James Finn the same clothing allowance as given to officers.

6178-4-382-383-July 12, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers of the Company of Light Dragoons requested Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 18 yards of organdy to pad saddles and 6 coarse needles for use of saddler.

6179-4-384-385-July 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Camp Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to issue Ensign Laurence Slaughter with 44 shirts for 22 enlisted men in Capt. John Baily co. Names of soldiers were: John Vaughn; William Brauly; Graves Morris; James Jarril; George Shepard; Peter Shepard; Robert Waitt; Francis Harden; James Hays; Levi Theel; John Conner; Edward Parker; Larken Ballenger; David Shaver [Shaffer]; Randel [Randle or Randal] White; Henry Philips; William Carr; Nicholas Murry; William Shannon; Hugh Young; and William Bush.

6180-4-384-385-July 13, 1780: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to give 2 and 1/2 yard of stroud and a shirt to be used to bury an indian, who was killed by mistake at night.

6181-4-384-385-August 14, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 small axes or tomahawks for indians, who were going to kill meat for the post.

6182-4-386-387-July 12, 1780: Top document. By order agreeable to George Rogers Clark, Capt.

6182-4-386-387-July 12, 1780-Continued: Robert George requested Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to furnish 1 hat to William Clark.

6183-4-386-387-July 14, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark instructed Capt. John Dodge to supply a shirt or material and thread to make shirts for Richard Sennet, Peter Freeman, James Ballenger and Jacob Huffman, who had performed service by going to obtain provisions at Kaskaskia. The state of Virginia was to pay.

6184-4-386-387-July 13, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to supply [cloth], small saddle, 1 black ball, and 3 yards of ribbon?

6185-4-386-387-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Capt. William Shannon to supply 36 pounds of powder to make cartridges to the gunner.

6186-4-388-389-July 29, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue flour to William Abbott.

6187-4-388-389-July 20, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue Laurence Keinan 1 pair of leggings, 1 britch cloth, and 1 handkerchief and the same to inhabitant Mr. Archer, who had been employed with dispatches to Col. Montgomery.

6188-4-388-389-July 14, 1780: Third document. By order of George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George requested Capt. John Dodge to furnish 1 fine and 12 coarse comb to Frederick S. Guion.

6189-4-388-389-July 29, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to allow conductor Mr. Donne to have 6 pounds of coffee to assist his family during "times of great scarcity".

6190-4-388-389-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to issue ammunition to 22 discharged men for use going home.

6191-4-390-391-July 16, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to William Shannon at Falls of Ohio to furnish 100 pounds of flour, 2 quarts of salt, 3 pounds of flour, 2 bags to Doctor Walker's party. Names: D. Smith.

6192-4-390-391-July 14, 1780: Second document. By orders of George Rogers Clark, Capt. John Rogers instructed Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 27 and 1/2 yards of blue cloth and thread to make cloaks for 31 men in Capt. John Rogers company of Light Dragoons.

6193-4-390-391-July 9, 1780: Third document. Rations for 1 officer and 2 privates for 3 days were issued at Fort Clark. Names: Jarret Williams, Richard Winston. Written in French.

6194-4-390-391-July 14, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery requested ammunition

6194-4-390-391-July 14, 1780-Continued: for men going to Kaskaskia from Fort Jefferson. Names: James Brown.

6195-4-390-391-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Dodge, Agent for the State of Virginia at Fort Jefferson, certified George Rogers Clark had ordered the commonwealth of Virginia to provide 3 pair of silk hose, 3 pair of thread hose, 2 pair of shoes, buttons for 1 set of clothing to Lieut. John Girault.

6196-4-392-393-July 29, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue powder and lead to 1 militia soldier.

6197-4-392-393-July 14, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark requested Capt. Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 ink stand, 1 comb, and 1 scalping knife to Capt. Abraham Keller.

6198-4-392-393-July 11, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark, requested Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 ink stand for Frederick S. Guion.

6199-4-392-393-July 28, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order for Ammunition.

6200-4-394-395-July 31, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to furnish Mr. Sherlock with tobacco for use of the Kaskaskia Indians at Camp Jefferson.

6201-4-394-395-July 3, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Patt Kennedy certified he had engaged Mr. Joseph Duncan, Samuel Watkins, and John Cox to take provisions to troops at Camp Jefferson. By order of George Rogers Clark, the three were issued payment of linen to make 2 shirts. Names: Capt. Robert George.

6202-4-396-397-July ?, 1780: Top document. Incomplete. Dark film image. Capt. Robert George order for ammunition at Fort Clark.

6203-4-396-397-July 3, 1780: Second document. Incomplete. Dark film image. Ammunition issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

6204-4-396-397-July 26, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco to Joseph Anderson, John Ash, Matthew Joans [Jones], James McDonald, Peter Waggoner, and Richard Hopkins.

6205-4-396-397-July 26, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for ration of corn and meat for Capt. Montgomery co. Names: John Gritton.

6206-4-396-397-July 9, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for pork and flour rations.

6207-4-398-399-July 12, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order Fort Jefferson to provide mess ration.

6208-4-398-399-July 27, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order at Camp Jefferson to furnish tobacco to William Elmes and McCagy Mayfield, who provided services for the captain.

6209-4-398-399-July 22, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 25 men.

6210-4-398-399-July 8, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder for a scouting party of Lieut. Wilson.

6211-4-400-401-July ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Thomas Bentley's invoice for cloth etc.

6212-4-400-401-July 24, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to give Sergeant Walker salt for 34 men of Harrison's co.

6213-4-400-401-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. John Rogers, Capt. Robert George.

6214-4-402-405-June 23, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue full quota of clothing to Ensign Jarret Williams. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6215-4-402-405-July 11, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at

6215-4-402-405-July 11, 1780-Continued: Fort Jefferson to issue clothing allotment to Lieut. Perault.

6216-4-402-405-July 11, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue clothing allotment to Major [Richard] McCarty.

6217-4-402-405-July 11, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for Capt. John Dodge to issue clothing allotment to Capt. Richard Brashear. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6218-4-406-407-July 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to issue clothing allotment to Ensign Jarret Williams. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6219-4-406-4075-July 13, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue flour ration for a man going to the River.

6220-4-406-407-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark certified to the Falls of Ohio Conductor of Stores the November 15, 1779 invoice from John White, who had been employed 53 days at Kaskaskia. Names: John W. Williams, Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson.

6221-4-408-409-July 14, 1780: Top document. Taffia given to detachment of Indians at Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. John Williams at Fort Jefferson.

6222-4-408-409-July 16, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark informed Capt. John Dodge, Agent at Fort Jefferson to furnish necessary clothing not to exceed clothing allowed officers to Capt. Leonard Helm, who was Superintendent of Indian Affairs.

6223-4-410-No date: Faded. Cannot read. Note written "not July, 1780".

6224-4-411-412-Jan. 7, 1780: Top document. Cash given to Col. George Slaughter.

6225-4-411-412-Jan. 7, 1780: Center document. Ration issued for 4 days for 1 officer. Names: [Capt.] Leonard Helm.

6226-4-411-412-Jan. 7, 1780: Bottom document. Quartermaster Dan Murray obtained 5 loads of wood from ? Reneau? for Fort Clark garrison.

6227-4-413-No date: The word "Cahas" [Cahos] is written. Apparently applies to documents on Frames #414 and 415.

6228-4-414-July 22, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to repair ? Guion's gun. Cost was $10.00.

6229-4-414-July 12, 1780: Second document. George Slaughter order for 7 day ration of salt for 44 men of Lieut. Slaughter's co.

6230-4-414-July 21, 1780: Third document. Frederick S. Guion received 11 pounds of pork for troops at Fort Clark from Batice [Baptiste] Charleville.

6231-4-414-July ?, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. No names.

6232-4-415-July 22, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams requested rations from Fort Clark.

6233-4-415-July 4, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard McCarty order to Cahos to issue rations for 4 men of Capt. Richard Brashear co.

6234-4-415-July 20, 1780: Third document. Samuel Scott requested flour ration for himself.

6235-4-415-July 22, 1780: Bottom document. Quartermaster James Finn at Fort Clark requested John Murry to make a pair of wipers and pair of bullet head molds for Capt. Abraham Kellar. Cost $ 10.00.

6236-4-416-July 1780: Fort Bowman, July 1780. Apparently applies to Frames #417 and 418.

6237-4-417-June 6, 1780: Top document. Rations for 2 days issued for men of Capt. [Bosseron] co. at Fort Bowman.

6238-4-417-July 3, 1780: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order at Fort Bowman for rations for 22 men of his company.

6239-4-418-No date: Top document. Incomplete. Reference to rations issued to prisoners, Williamsburg, [Virginia], and sergeant.

6240-4-418-No date: No. 10. No other words.

6241-4-419-July 1780: Kaskaskia, July 1780. Apparently applies to Frames #420-433.

6242-4-420-423-July 23, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Montgomery requested rations at Kaskaskia. Duplicate fillming.

6243-4-420-423-July 24, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: Vital Beauvais. Duplicate filming

6244-4-420-423-July 24, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Joseph Braazeau [Braseau], ? Duplasy. Duplicate filming.

6245-4-420-423-July 21, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: Baptiste Charleville, ? Duplasy. Duplicate filming.

6246-4-420-423-July ?, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplasy, Monsieur Touranjeau. Duplicate filming.

6247-4-424-427-July 24, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Duplicate filming. Antoine Beauvais sold 40 pounds of flour. Names: ? Duplasy.

6248-4-424-427-July 24, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Duplicate filming. Names: Antoine Beauvais, ? Duplasy.

6249-4-424-427-July 24, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Duplicate filming. Names: Vital Beauvais, ? Duplasy.

6250-4-424-427-July 5, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Duplicate filming. Monsieur Charleville supplied rations for officers and troops. Names: Richard Winston.

6251-4-424-427-July 24, 1780: Fifth document. Written in French. Duplicate filming. Names: ? Duplasy.

6252-4-424-427-July 26, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Duplicate. Names: ? Duplasy.

6253-4-428-429-July 21, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: Pere Charleville, ? Duplasy.

6254-4-428-429-July 8, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Faded. Names: ? Charleville, ? Duplasy.

6255-4-428-429-July ?, 1780: Third document. Incomplete. Rations issued for 10 men on command at Kaskaskia.

6256-4-428-429-July ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

6257-4-430-July 5, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplasy

6258-4-430-July 5, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: ? Charleville, ? Duplasy.

6259-4-430-July 5, 1780: Third document. Written in French.

6260-4-430-July 5, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: Baptiste Charleville.

6261-4-430-July 6, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Richard Winston, Jontan Nigresse.

6262-4-431-432-July 21, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: St. Gemme Beauvais, ? Duplasy.

6263-4-431-432-July 17, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: Col. Montgomery.

6264-4-431-432-July 1, 1780: Third document. Written in French.

6265-4-431-432-July 7, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: ? Janist, Monsieur Bienvenue.

6266-4-433-July 1780: Cahos, July 1780. Applies to Frames #434-435.

6267- 4-434-July 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baley requested 4 day rations for 4 men of his company.

6268-4-434-July 5, 1780: Second document. Leonard Helm certified to the state of Virginia that J. B. LaCroix furnished on May 28, 1780 4 day lodging for 2 indians, a bottle of taffia and bread.

6269-4-434-July ?, 1780: Third document. Rations issued. Names: Richard Brashear, [Michael] Perault.

6270-4-434-July 3, 1780: Bottom document. Frederick S. Guion obtained 100 pounds of flour for troops at Kahos [Cahos].

6271-4-435-July 4, 1780: Top document. Written in French.

6272-4-435-July 7, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Leonard Helm, Superintendent of Indian Affairs.

6273-4-436-July 1780: Falls of Ohio, July 1780. Applies to Frames #437-440

6274-4-437-440-July 14, 1780: Top document. William Graham at Lewisville [Louisville] was paid $205 for beef sold for use of Major Slaughter's corps at Falls of Ohio. Duplicate filming.

6275-4-437-440-July 20, 1780: Second document. William Shannon, Conductor General at Falls of Ohio received from Thomas Vickroy ? for use of present expedition, for which the state of Virginia was indebted.

6276-4-437-440-July ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

6277-4-437-440-July 12, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison received 130 pounds of beef from William Shannon for the ration of Harrison's co.

6278-4-441-July 1780: Horses. References to purchasing of such on Frames #443-445.

6279-4-442-443-July 1780: An appraisement bill for a bay mare, saddle, bridle and bell belonging to Anthony Junkins was appraised for 900 pounds currency. The mare and equipment was not returned to the store master and three dispositions by Jacob Banter, George Pomeroy and John Shaw stated the horse had been used in public service to carry baggage on the expedition against the Shawnee Indians in 1780. The horse had been load with baggage and abused by the horse master. consequently the mare must have strayed to the other side of Kentucky. The three making disposition did not know about the saddle, bridle and bell. Anthony Junkins testified he had not received the mare or any furnishing. Names: Caleb Wallace.

6280-4-444-445-July 19, 1780: Top document. No. 25. Oar Briscoe paid 700 pounds currency to John Overhaul for a 11 year old mare for use of the state of Virginia campaign against the indian by Col. George Rogers Clark.

6281-4-444-445-July 17, 1780: Second document. Thomas Pearce and Robert Gilmore appraised a 3 year old bay horse with saddle and bridle belonging to George Turney at value of 800 pounds currency. The horse was used by George Rogers Clark expedition against Shawnee town. Reference to May 20, 1783 and depreciation. Names: Capt. Hardy Hill.

6282-4-444-445-July 18, 1780: Third document. Verso has date of Oct. 28, 1780. James Jack and William McConniel [McConnell or McConnal] were appointed to appraise a horse, which was taken for use for expedition against Shawnee town. Names: Adam Brosyn, Anthony Bollings, Robert Walker, Anthony Kalkins.

6283-4-444-445-July 17, 1780: Fourth document. Some what faded and difficult to read. Benjamin Logan instructed William Hoggan [Hogan] to use fifty of the militia at [Bryan's?] Station for march against the enemy.

6284-4-446-July 1780: Ky [Kentucky] County, July 1780 documents on frames #447-448.

6285-4-447-448-July 12, 1780: Top document. Justice of Peace John Cowan of [Boonesboro] Kentucky County or Lincoln County certified appraisement for bay mare horse with brand LH, which was property of Jessey Hodges to be valued at 1500 pounds currency. The mare was killed while in service of Capt. John Holder's company under command of Col. Benjamin Logan. Names: John South, Jr., John South, Sr., Capt. John Actess?

6286-4-447-448-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Connan, William May. Reference to Shawnee Town, quarter master, Falls of Ohio, Kentucky County and horses.

6287-4-449-July 1780: Boats, July 1780. Refers for documents on Frames #450-452.

6288-4-450-452-July 21, 1780: Cost and items used by Jacob [Myers] to make 7 boats for the state of Virginia. Cost of 1765 pounds currency for caulking, nails, boxes for artillery, and horses. Billed to Governor of Virginia. Names: Benjamin Harrison, William Shannon.

6289-4-453-July 1780: Bottom document. Fort Clark, July 1780 refers to Frames 454-461.

6290-4-454-455-July 7, 1780: Top document. No. 18. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery received 400 pounds of beef from Richard Winston at Fort Clark.

6291-4-454-544-July 7, 1780: Second document. No. 20. Ensign Jerrett [Jarret] Williams order to Fort Clark for 3 day rations for 1 officer.

6292-4-454-455-July 8, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery bill of exchange to Treasurer of state of Virginia for $1590 due Daniel Murray for sundry articles supplied the Indian Department. Another reference to Philip Barbour's party from the Mississippi [River].

6293-4-456-July 6, 1780: Top document. Frederick S. Guion requested rations for himself at Fort Clark.

6294-4-456-Feb. 16, 1780: Second document. Frederick S. Guion received 100 pounds of venison from Martin Frintham? for troop use at Fort Clark.

6295-4-456-July 9, 1780: Third document. Frederick S. Guion requested 10 day rations for himself.

6296-4-456-July 9, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark for a 10 day ration for his bowman.

6297-4-456-July 14, 1780: Fifth document. Zephaniah Blackford certified Charles Charleville had received 53 pounds of pork for use of troops at Fort Clark.

6298-4-456-July 9, 1780: Bottom document. Zephaniah Blackford order at Fort Clark for beef ration for 4 men.

6299-4-457-458-July 20, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for 3 day ration for 1 officer at Fort Clark.

6300-4-457-458-July 22, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

6301-4-457-458-July 21, 1780: Third document. Frederick S. Guion received 25 pounds of flour from Madam Delisle for use of troops at Fort Clark.

6302-4-457-458-July 19, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Reference to 2 loaves of bread from Charles Charleville at Fort Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

6303-4-457-458-July 28, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery bill of exchange for $1000 due Richard Brashear at Fort Clark.

6304-4-459-July 21, 1780 Top document. Frederick S. Guion received 40 pounds of pork from Vital Bovis [Beauvais] for use of troops at Fort Clark.

6305-4-459-July 21, 1780: Second document. Faded. Frederick S. Guion received pork for use of troops at Fort Clark from ?.

6306-4-459-July 23, 1780: Third document. James Finn order to John Murry to repair gun? at Fort Clark and to charge to the states.

6307-4-459-July 23, 1780: Fourth document. Frederick S. Guion received 300 pounds of flour from Monsieur Rago Bovis [Beauvais] for use of troops at Fort Clark.

6308-4-459-July 22, 1780: Bottom document. Frederick S. Guion received pork for use of troops at Fort Clark from ?

6309-4-460-461-July 21, 1780: Top document. Frederick S. Guion received 48 pounds of indian meal from Monsieur Charleville for use of troops at Fort Clark.

6310-4-460-461-July 24, 1780: Second document. Frederick S. Guion received 50 pounds of flour from Monsieur [Bienvenue] for use of troops at Fort Clark.

6311-4-460-461-May 6, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Richard Clark and Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Larkin Rutherford was employed as artificer at Fort Kaskaskia for 13 days in March and was to be paid in goods at the rate sold in 1774.

6312-4-460-461-July 21, 1780: Fourth document on left. Frederick S. Guion received 100 pounds of indian meal from Monsieur Charleville for use of troops at Fort Clark.

6313-4-460-461-July 25, 1780: Fifth document on right. Patt Kennedy received flour and pork from Capt. Janist for use of troops at Fort Clark under command of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6314-4-462-July 1780: Gun carriage for 6 lb, women's bill,s July 1780. Refers to documents on Frames #463-582.

6315-4-463-464-July 22, 1780: Top document. No. 12. State of Virginia Account of Margaret Pendergrass? for cooking 12 days for 5 men of Col. Clark's mess; and supplying of milk and butter at sundry times. Paid $168 by William Shannon. Names: Thomas Vickroy.

6316-4-463-464-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. No. 6 State of Virginia Account of Mary Christy from July 4, 1780 for 3 quarts of whiskey at $60. each furnished for Capt. Harrison's fatigue as well as 7 other quarts supplied. William Shannon paid $600 for the account. Names: Thomas Vickroy.

6317-4-465-466-July 22, 1780: No. 11. State of Virginia account of David Douglas at the Falls of Ohio to make a carriage for a 6 pound gun. William Shannon paid $200. Names: Thomas Vickroy.

6318-4-467-468-July 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to furnish gun and flints

6318-4-467-468-July 15, 1780-Continued: to Sergeant Fredrickson for use of troops under George Rogers Clark at Fort Jefferson. Names: Sergeant Joseph Anderson

6319-4-467-468-July 18, 1780: Second document. Capt. William Shannon order for powder and lead for 28 men in Capt. William Williams' company of volunteers as well as such for hunters of the company.

6320-4-467-468-July 17, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6321-4-469-470-July 4, 1780: Top document. Bill of exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to the Treasurer of the state of Virginia for $9,893 due John Baptist Malvost for provisions supplied troops of the Illinois Country.

6322-4-469-470-July 17, 1780: Center document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Charleville.

6323-4-469-470-July 14, 1780: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued to Capt. Henry Prather at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6324-4-471-472-July 17, 1780: Top document. No. 16. George Rogers Clark order for 2 quarts of whiskey for fatigue [Military Duty].

6325 Frame #471-472-July 12, 1780: Second document. Faded. Bill of Exchange sent by Benjamin Harrison.

6326-4-471-472-July 14, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Brashear order at Fort Clark to repair gun stock for Richard Harrison.

6327-4-471-472-July 17, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Henry Prather order at Falls of Ohio for powder and lead. for 20 men of his company.

6328-4-473-474-July 12, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Falls of Ohio for powder and lead for 4 men of Capt. Harrison's co. Names: David Bush.

6329-4-473-474-July 14, 1780: Second document. Capt. Hugh McGarry order for ammunition ration for men of his company at Falls of Ohio.

6330-4-473-474-July 17, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to Falls of Ohio for ration of lead and powder. Names: Benjamin Harrison.

6331-4-473-474-July 17, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Dougherty order at Falls of Ohio for powder and lead. Names: James Harrod.

6332-4-475-478-July 1780: Top document. No. 26. Voucher of Benjamin Robarts [Roberts] saddle sold for use of troops commanded by Col. George Rogers Clark's expedition against the Shawnee. Names: Thomas Harris, Thomas Johns, Benjamin Harrison.

6333-4-475-478-July 8, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Charles Charleville, Col. Montgomery.

6334-4-475-478-July 5, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Patrick Henry for powder and flints for W. Bush for a hunting party. Verso has reference to receipt for buying chintz, ribbon for use of the state of Virginia.

6335-4-475-478-July 17, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Vital Bovias [Beauvais].

6336-4-477-478-July 25, 1780: Top document. Thomas Harris and Thomas Johns appraised a saddle of Capt. Benjamin Roberts to have value of 80 pounds currency to be use for troops under command of Col. George Rogers Clark. Names: Benjamin Harrison.

6337-4-479-480-August 7, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for rations for Thomas Olin?, James Cordon, John Duncan, George Smith, Henry Prather, James Kunkle, and William Pringle?

6338-4-479-480-July 19, 1780: Second document. Capt. Hardy Hill order for ammunition for hunters. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6339-4-479-480-July ?, 1780: Third document. Unable to read.

6340-4-479-480-July 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Receipt for 1 bag. Reference to Virginia. Names: Capt. William Shannon,

6341-4-481-482-July 20, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to William Steel at Falls of Ohio to issue powder and lead for Doctor Smith for the expedition. Verso has request to provide powder and lead for Col. Slaughter.

6342-4-481-482-July 22, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue flour for Ashby? Calmes.

6343-4-481-482-July 28, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to provide 3 day ration for 25 discharged from Colonel May detachment. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear.

6344-4-481-482-July ?, 1780: Bottom document. No. 550e. Reverse omitted. B-3.

6345-4-483-484-July 21, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy instruction to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Commander of the Western Department to pay $1025 to Mr. William Hall for provisions furnished at Fort Patrick Henry.

6346-4-483-484-July 18, 1780: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to Mr. Shanen [Shannon], quartermaster, to supply powder and lead for 39 men including hunters of Capt. James Patten company, who were going on expedition.

6347-4-483-484-July 24, 1780: Bottom document. Some portions written in French. George Rogers Clark order to supply 10 day salt to Permenas Briscoe 's company. Verso listed names of Andrew Beatt Jr., Mark Lee, James Stewart, James Lee, George Crist, Isaac Froman, James Ray, and Thomas Whitlidge. There is also a list of different type horses and some references to horses belonging to [Isaac] Froman, ? McCollock, [James] Stewart.

6348-4-485-486-July 17, 1780: Top document. No. 19. Faded. 32 quarts of meal issued for company of George Slaughter.

6349-4-485-486-July 26, 1780: Second document. No. 29. Faded. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 3 quarts of whiskey.

6350-4-485-486-July 28, 1780: Third document. No. 60. Capt. Benjamin Roberts requested 4 and 1/2 gallons of whiskey.

6351-4-485-486-July 16, 1780: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order to William Shannon to issue ammunition for men of Capt. [Hugh] McGarry company.

6352-4-485-486-July 18, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster to issue lead and powder for Joseph Lindsey [Lindsay], John Bowman and Henry Higgans.

6353-4-487-488-July 16, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to William Shannon at Falls of Ohio to give powder to William Harrod now in acting service.

6354-4-487-488-July 21, 1780: Second document. Voucher of Jacob Myers for supplying various articles: 2 ax, 1 shovel, 2 matlock, etc. for use of expedition from Kaskaskia county. Dark and faded document.

6355-4-487-488-July 22, 1780: Bottom document. No. 17. Patt Kennedy instructions to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Commander of Western Department to pay Mr. John Slaughter for services render at Fort Clark. Reference to Fort Patrick Henry, and Andrew Clark.

6356-4-489-492-July 18, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Col. George Slaughter order to Falls of Ohio quartermaster to issue powder and lead.

6357-4-489-492-July 17, 1780: Center document. Robert Gilmore and Thomas Pearce appraised horse of James Galloway for use of George Rogers Clark expedition of the State of Virginia against Shawnee Town.

6358-4-489-492-July 22, 1780: Bottom document. James Finn obtained 245 pounds of flour from Isaac Dye for use of the Virginia troops going on George Rogers Clark expedition against Shawnee Town.

6359-4-493-494-July 21, 1780: Top document. William Hall received $1026 at Fort Clark from Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for provisions furnished state of Virginia troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry.

6360-4-493-494-July 22, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery received flour from Monsieur Charleville for 2 men going on express to George Rogers Clark.

6361-4-493-494-July 24, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter received flour for 2 men.

6362-4-493-494-July 28, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts requested 10 pounds of flour for a wounded man, who Col. [George Rogers] Clark sent down the River.

6363-4-493-494-July 10, 1780: Bottom document. George Slaughter requested meat and salt ration.

6364-4-495-496-July 15, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter requested corn ration.

6365-4-495-496-July 21, 1780: Second document. Patt Kennedy instructed Lieut. Col. John

6365-4-495-496-July 21, 1780-continued: Montgomery, Commander of the Western Department, to pay $313 to Mr. Hendrick Hutton for provisions furnished state of Virginia troops at Fort Patrick Henry.

6366-4-495-496-July 27, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Adkins order for corn and salt for 4 days for 32 men.

6367-4-497-500-July 28, 1780: Top document. No. 4. Faded. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 37 men of Capt. Peter Aurgue? in company of George Rogers Clark.

6368-4-497-500-July 19, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bill of Exchange on the Governor of Virginia was issued for $ 1720 to George Wilson who furnished iron, flour, and empty casks to William Shannon at Falls of Ohio.

6369-4-497-500-July 26, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Benjamin Roberts requested 2 quarts of whiskey.

6370-4-501-502-July 23, 1780: Top document. Ration for salt for 32 men of Capt. Lewis Hickman company. Names; George Rogers Clark.

6371-4-501-502-July 22, 1780: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy bill of exchange sent to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Commander of the Western Department at Fort Clark for payment of $997 to Mr. John McGuire for provisions furnished at Fort Patrick Henry.

6372-4-503-504-July 22, 1780: Andrew Clark was paid $440 for provisions furnished at Fort Patrick Henry. Certificate was produced at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6373-4-505-506-July 22, 1780: Joshua Hollis was paid for provisions furnished at Fort Patrick. Certificate was produced at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6374-4-507-508-July 31, 1780: Top document. Quartermaster James Finn at Fort Bowman certified a soldier was given billet outside the fort. Portions written in French.

6375-4-507-508-July 22, 1780: Second document. Request for powder and lead. Names: Capt. Daniel Hall, Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6376-4-507-508-July 29, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for corn for Capt. Thomas.

6377-4-507-508-July 9, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for meal for 47 men for 4 days. Names: William Abbot, John West

6378-4-507-508-July 29, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to give 1 pound of flour to soldier Benjamin Russell.

6379-4-509-510-July 31, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to give 6 day ration of salt for 29 men of Capt. Lewis Hickman co.

6380-4-509-510-July 28, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to give a pound of flour to sick soldier John Bush.

6381-4-509-510-July ?, 1780: Third document. Faded and incomplete. No. 20. Rations of flour, beef and salt issued for 22 artificers. Reference to a meeting of ? at north of a the mouth of Raccoon, Croghan's Line. Names: Alex Ross?, Caleb Grayden?, Joseph? Mick, Robert Bell, Benjamin Harrison, Samuel Newell, J. South?

6382-4-509-510-July 5, 1780: Bottom document. James Finn received 20 pounds of pork and wheat flour from Capt. Janis [Janist] for Kaskaskia. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. Richard Winston.

6383-4-511-512-July 30, 1780: Top document. No. 72. George Rogers Clark order for 4 day rations.

6384-4-511-512-July 27, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 1 pound of flour for sick.

6385-4-511-512-July 28?, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Faded. Difficult to read. Account with state of Virginia at Kaskaskia. Names: [Lieut. Col. John] Montgomery; Capt. [Abraham] Keller; Capt. Rogers; repairing of James Harris's gun;

6386-4-513-514-July 4, 1780: Top document. James Finn certified a soldier was billeted with the [Bienvenue] family instead at the fort.

6387-4-513-514-July 4, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Reference to Cahos.

6388-4-513-514-July 25, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Surgeon Ray or Rey.

6389-4-513-514-July 20, 1780: Bottom document. Rations for 4 days for 46 men. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

6390-4-515-516-July 30, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for 7 day rations for 44 men. Names: James Slaughter.

6391-4-515-516-July 30, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 4 day rations.

6392-4-515-516-July 7, 1780: Third document. Faded. Difficult to read. Names: Capt. John Doherty; George Horn; George Rogers Clark; Reference to baggage, horses, and expedition against Indians.

6393-4-515-516-July 7, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Impressment of horses for use of militia against the Indians. Names: George Rogers Clark; John Doherty;

6394-4-517-518-No date: Top document. Names: Luke Voris, John Beaky, James Wilhoit?, Jacob Banty, Alon Camil?, John Shaw, George Leebut?, Davit Seeburn

6395-4-517-518-July 27, 1780: Second document. Names: Joseph Roberts.

6396-4-517-518-July? 1780: Third document. Voucher No. 22. Names: John Doughtery.

6397-4-517-518-July ?, 1780: Bottom document. Voucher No. 26. Names: William Robinson.

6398-4-519-520-July 4, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Bill of exchange sent to Oliver Pollock, agent for U. S. A. at New Orleans. Names: William Galespie.

6399-4-519-520-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. No. 47. Rations for 3 days for 4 men.

6400-4-521-522-July 13, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Joseph Sanders order for 10 pounds of flour and corn. Names: George Slaughter.

6401-4-521-522-July ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6402-4-521-522-July ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Unable to read except for Fort Patrick Henry.

6403-4-521-522-July 22, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for rations for sick.

6404-4-523-526-August 10, 1780: Top document. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6405-4-523-526-July ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read. Names: John Fooke?, Thomas Lrevell?,

6406-4-523-526-July 6, 1780: Third document. Ration of powder issued for use against the enemy. Names: George Slaughter, William Pope.

6407-4-523-526-July 30, 1780: Bottom document. Reference to Commonwealth of Virginia, John Clark, Smith's Station, Thomas Bentley.

6408-4-527-528-July 22, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Patt Kennedy, Richard Sinnet

6409-4-527-528-July 12, 1780: Second document. State of Virginia payment for 130 pounds of beef. Names: William McMurtry

6410-4-527-528-July 20, 1780: Third document. Capt. Michael Humble order rations for 29 men.

6411-4-527-528-July ?, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Capt. Scott.

6412-4-529-532-July ?, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for ration of salt.

6413-4-529-532-July 29, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 21 men of Capt. Hugh McGarry co.

6414-4-529-532-July 30, 1780: Third document on left. George Rogers Clark order for salt ration for 37 men of Captain Peter Asturgus company.

6415-4-529-532-July ?, 1780: Fourth document on right. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Capt. Dogherty company of 20 men.

6416-4-529-532-July 28, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for rations.

6417-4-533-534-July 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for corn ration.

6418-4-533-534-August 1, 1780: Second document. Faded. Rations for 26 days for 1 officer. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson, ? Bosseron.

6419-4-533-534-No date: Bottom document on left. Written in French. No names.

6420-4-533-534-No date: Bottom right document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for ration of corn and salt for 3 days for 44 men. Names: Lieut. James Slaughter.

6421-4-535-536-July 28, 1780: Bill of exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery from Fort Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $1005 to Nicholas Janist for provisions furnished the troops at Fort Clark. Bottom portion written in French. Names: ? Connueause?

6422-4-537-540-July 3, 1780: Top document. Lieut. James Slaughter on order of George Rogers Clark requested ration of ball, flour for Col. George Slaughter company.

6423-4-537-540-July 19, 1780: Second document. Faded. Ration issued to William Chapline and Joseph Sanders.

6424-4-537-540-No date: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for salt ration for 13 men of Capt. Squire Boone company.

6425-4-537-540-July 31, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for 6 day ration for 21 men of Capt. McGarry company.

6426-4-541-544-July 1780: Top document. No. 60. Duplicate filming. July rations for 1780. Names: William Posten, ? Bond, ? Saunders, Lacaras Lenon?, J. Archer.

6427-4-541-544-No date: Second document. No. 53. Duplicate filming. Ensign Laurence Slaughter order to Frederick S. Guion to issue flour ration to a man of Capt. John Baley company.

6428-4-541-544-July 31, 1780: Third document. No. 22. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. ? order for corn and salt for his company.

6429-4-541-544-July 27, 1780: Fourth document. No. 20. Duplicate filming. Capt. Benjamin Harrison for 30 quarts of corn to ? Chenoiseth for use of the wagon horses.

6430-4-545-546-July 31, 1780: Top document. Faded. Written in French. Unable to read.

6431-4-545-546-No date: Second document. Incomplete. No words.

6432-4-545-546-July 31, 1780: Third document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for rations. 29

6433-4-545-546-July 31, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for flour for officers.

6434-4-547-548-July 31, 1780: Top document. John Logan order for rations.

6435-4-547-548-July ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Benjamin Harrison ration.

6436-4-547-548-July 31, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 6 day rations for 5 men belonging to Capt. McClure in Col. [Benjamin] Linn battalion.

6437-4-547-548-July 31, 1780: Bottom document. Unable to read.

6438-4-549-550-July 4, 1780: Top document. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Williams, Capt. [Richard] McCarty. Reference for rations at Cahos.

6439-4-549-550-July 30, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: Charles Charleville, ? Duplasy.

6440-4-549-550-July 31, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Harrison order for 3 quarts of corn for his use.

6441-4-549-550-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. Quartermaster James Finn order for ration for Lieut. Col. [John] Montgomery at Fort Clark.

6442-4-551-552-July 10, 1780: Top document. No. 2. Order for rations. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter

6443-4-551-552-July 10, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Brashear order for rations 1 man in his company.

6444-4-551-552-July 10, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 2 day rations for 2 of Capt. Richard Harrison's men.

6445-4-551-552-July 10, 1780: Fourth document. Ensign Laurence Slaughter order for rations.

6446-4-551-552-July 5, 1780: Fifth document. Written in French. Reference to Cahos.

6447-4-551-552-July 10, 1780: Bottom document. Rations for 2 day of corn for 27 men. Names: George Rogers Clark, H. Prator [Prater].

6448-4-553-554-July 31, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplasy.

6449-4-553-554-July 6, 1780: Second document. Rations issued for Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: George Slaughter.

6450-4-553-554-July 17, 1780: Third document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for rations for 39 men. Names: Capt. [Prater].

6451-4-553-554-July 2, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for ration for 1 officer.

6452-4-555-558-July 31, 1780: Top document. Ration of corn and salt issued for 24 men. Names: Capt. Hardy Hill, George Rogers Clark.

6453-4-555-558-July 5, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Brashear order at Fort Clark for 3 day rations for 8 men of his company.

6454-4-555-558-July 31, 1780: Third document. Flour and salt ration for 6 days. Names: George Rogers Clark, Henry Prater.

6455-4-555-558-July 30, 1780: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order for flour ration for 1 of his men.

6456-4-555-558-July 27, 1780: Fifth document. Ration for 7 days for 2 officers. Names: Ensign Robert Green, George Slaughter, Bland Ballard.

6457-4-559-560-July 29, 1780: Top document. Ration of beef and flour issued for 2 days for 29 privates, a committee of officers. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, George Rogers Clark.

6458-4-559-560-July 30, 1780: Second document. Faded. Rations issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Dougherty.

6459-4-559-560-July 31, 1780: Third document. Faded. Rations issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Daniel Hall.

6460-4-559-560-July ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

6461-4-561-562-July ?, 1780: Top document. Portions written in French. Richard Clark and John Montgomery at Fort Clark certified Samuel Bird was employed 7 days as an artificer in repairing Fort Kaskaskia. Payment was made in goods.

6462-4-561-562-July 30, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue salt ration for Capt. Humble company.

6463-4-561-562-July 29, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Thomas Vickery to supply salt and corn for 32 men of Capt. John Atkins company. Names: Lieut. John Hazdley?

6464-4-563-564-July 3, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order for ration of powder and lead. Verso incomplete.

6465-4-563-564-July 31, 1780: Second document. Salt and corn ration issued. Names: Capt. John Atkins.

6466-4-563-564-July 30, 1780: Third document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for salt ration for 31 men of Capt. [Benjamin Roberts] company of Col. Benjamin Linn battalion.

6467-4-563-564-July 27, 1780: Fourth document. George Slaughter order to issue powder and lead for a man who came on express from O'Post (Vincennes).

6468-4-563-564-July 12, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Rations issued for Capt. Rogers company. Names: Sergeant William Merriwether.

6469-4-565-566-July 31, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Rations issue. Names: Charles Charleville, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery,

6470-4-565-566-July 13, 1780: Second document. Rations issued for 47 men of Capt.[ Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: George Slaughter.

6471-4-565-566-July 14, 1780: Third document. Matthew Willey was issued a $ 500 certificate by

6471-4-565-566-July 14, 1780-Continued: William Shannon from the governor of Virginia for a boat which was sold for use of the state. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6472-4-567-568-July 17, 1780: Top document. No. 12. Faded. Ration of powder and lead. Names: George Rogers Clark, Aquilla Whitaker, Capt. ? Humble.

6473-4-567-568-July 1780: Second document. John Montgomery issued bill of exchange for $9,000 for recruiting service to [Jean Baptist] Laffont. Names: ? Girault.

6474-4-567-568-July , 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

6475-4-569-570-July 19, 1780: Top document. Incomplete. Rations for 3 days for 45 men. Names: George Slaughter, Walter Wright.

6476-4-569-570-July 6, 1780: Second document. Faded. Ration issued for sick men. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

6477-4-569-570-July 9, 1780: Bottom document. Voucher No. 50 of Richard Winston with the state of Virginia for beef, wood, pork, corn, indian corn supplied from July 27, 1779-July 9, 1780. Reference to hospital.

6478-4-571-572-July 19, 1780: Top document. No. 8. State of Virginia account with David

6478-4-571-572-July 19, 1780-Continued: Standeford at Falls of Ohio for providing whiskey, loading boat. Names: William Shannon, Thomas Vickroy.

6479-4-571-572-July 22, 1780: Second document. Flour supplied for expedition. Payment to be made by state of Virginia. names: John Williams, James Moore

6480-4-571-572-July 21, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Perre Bienvenne, ? Duplasy. Reference to Kaskaskia.

6481-4-571-572-July 23, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Ration of salt for 30 men. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6482-4-573-574-July 22, 1780: Top document. Frederick S. Guion order for 50 pounds of flour for troops at Fort Clark.

6483-4-573-574-July 22, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 2 pounds of flour for the sick.

6484-4-573-574-July 13, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Michael Humble received 220 pounds of flour, 2 and 1/2 bushels of corn for use of his company of militia in service under George Rogers Clark. Names: Frederick Dumfield?

6485-4-575-576-July 11, 1780: Top document. Account of Baptist Charleville. Faded.

6486-4-575-576-July 28, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Written in French. Names: Capt. John Williams.

6487-4-577-578-July 29, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to give flour to a wounded man who was sent by George Rogers Clark down the River.

6488-4-577-578-July 12, 1780: Second document. William Shannon paid for sundry articles furnished the troops under command of George Rogers Clark. Names of others are too faded to read.

6489-4-577-578-July 19, 1780: Third document. Faded. Ration of meal and salt issued. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

6490-4-579-580-July 25, 1780: Top document. Col. John Montgomery paid $313 for provisions furnished the troops at Fort Patrick Henry belonging to the state of Virginia at the Fort Clark Headquarters. Names: ? Cuttory?

6491-4-579-580-August 28, 1780: Second document. Flour ration issued to sick soldier John Sheved? Names: James Slaughter.

6492-4-579-580-July 21, 1780: Bottom document. Frederick S. Guion received 12 pounds of pork from Joseph Braseau.

6493-4-581-582-July 20, 1780: Top document. Ration of powder and lead issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6494-4-581-582-August 30, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco to ? Richard, John Hacker.

6495-4-581-582-July 1780: Third document. Written in French. Reference to Cahos. Names: ? Duplasy.

6496-4-581-582-No date: Bottom document. "Reverse omitted. B -2, N. 478"

BOX 625-FOLDER 71

VOUCHERS-JULY 1780

Frames 583-639

108 documents filmed on 56 frames.

6497-4-584-585-July 20, 1780: Top document. John Williams order for rations.

6498-4-584-585-July 17, 1780: Second document. George Slaughter order for corn ration for artificer Richard Harkley.

6499-4-584-585-July 5, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Rations for 4 days.

6500-4-584-585-July 5, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Rations issued.

6501-4-584-585-July 4, 1780: Bottom document. [Capt. Richard] McCarty order for 2 day beef ration for officers at LaCroix.

6502-4-586-587-July 6, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 14 pounds of pork, 4 loafs of bread and 41 pounds of beef from Monsieur Charleville for the party going down to Camp Jefferson with provisions.

6503-4-586-587-July 19, 1780: Second document. Robert Johnston received powder.

6504-4-586-587-July 3, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to 32 in Capt. John Atkins company.

6505-4-586-587-July ?, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: ? DuChancey.

6506-4-588-589-July 20, 1780: Top document. Faded. Written in French. Names: ? Braseau.

6507-4-588-589-July ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6508-4-588-589-July 5, 1780: Third document. Faded. Rations issued for [George] Slaughter co. Names: John Doughty.

6509-4-588-589-July 20, 1780: Bottom document. John Williams order for rations for 13 volunteers.

6510-4-590-591-July 2, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for rations.

6511-4-590-591-July 5, 1780: Second document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Capt. Dougherty.

6512-4-590-591-July 19, 1780: Third document. Faded. Powder and lead ration. Names: Capt. John Swan.

6513-4-590-591-July 30, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead ration for company of Capt. Hardy Hill.

6514-4-592-594-July 20, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead ration for Henry Prater.

6515-4-592-594-July 2, 1780: Second document. Corn ration issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Dougherty.

6516-4-592-594-July ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6517-4-592-594-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for rations.

6518-4-595-597-July 25, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read. Names: John Montgomery.

6519-4-595-597-July 20, 1780: Second document. Rations for men of Capt. Harrison co. at Fort Clark. Names: John Montgomery, Frederick S. Guion.

6520-4-595-597-July 27, 1780: Third document. Faded. Rations. Names: John Williams, Capt. John Baley.

6521-4-595-597-July ?, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Montgomery.

6522-4-595-597-July 28, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Ration. Names: Henry Prater.

6523-4-598-600-July 24, 1780: Top document. Allowance of fat issued. Names: Capt. Charles Poke [Polk], George Rogers Clark, Capt. John Montgomery.

6524-4-598-600-July 24, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for ration for Capt. [Hugh] McGarry.

6525-4-598-600-July 24, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for rations to be issued to Henry Prater company of 13 men.

6526-4-598-600-July 7, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. John Dougherty order for rations.

6527-4-601-602-July 26, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for salt ration for Capt. [Squire] Boone company of militia.

6528-4-601-602-July ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark

6529-4-601-602-July 30, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Capt. [Hugh] McGarry.

6530-4-601-602-July 26, 1780: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Samuel Scott.

6531-4-601-602-July 26, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Capt. James Patton.

6532-4-603-604-July 27, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 12 and 1/2 pounds of salt to a party of 43 men belonging to Capt. William McClure co.

6533-4-603-604-July 31, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to deliver corn and salt to Sergeant Walker for use 31 men in Harrison's co.

6534-4-603-604-July 25, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue corn ration for 2 men of Capt. John Wilson company.

6535-4-603-604-July 22, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 50 pounds of flour.

6536-4-605-606-July 26, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue corn ration for 2 days to company of Henry Prater.

6537-4-605-606-July 26, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to deliver corn to Capt. Thomas.

6538-4-605 -606-July 25, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to deliver salt and corn ration for 16 men of Capt. Daniel Hall company.

6539-4-605-606-July 28, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to deliver Capt. John Ellison [Allison] company.

6540-4-607-608-July 5, 1780: Top document. No. 24. Each side of document does not seem to relate. John Rogers order for beef and salt ration for 2 days for 6 men. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Ed Bullitt.

6541-4-607-608-July 27, 1780: Second document. Order for quart of whiskey. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

6542-4-607-608-July 31, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 day salt ration for 43 men of Capt. McClure co. in Col. Benjamin Linn battalion.

6543-4-607-608-July 31, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for 6 day rations for 32 men of Capt. John Atkins company.

6544-4-609-610-August 25, 1780: Top document. Quartermaster issued 1 peck of corn. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

6545-4-609-610-July 29, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for 3 day rations of corn for 33 men of his company.

6546-4-609-610-July 22, 1780: Third document. Patt Kennedy certified Monsieur Charleville, Sr. had delivered 214 pounds of pork for use of Fort Clark.

6547-4-609-610-July 20, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue corn, salt and flour ration for 32 men of Capt. John Atkins co.

6548-4-611-612-July 28, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to deliver 2 day corn and salt ration to Capt. McGarry co.

6549-4-611-612-July 3, 1780: Second document. No. 9. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for himself, wife and 3 children.

6550-4-611-612-July 2, 1780: Third document. Rations. Names: John Williams, Jean Choisser.

6551-4-611-612-July 20, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Johnson provided 16 pounds of pork and flour for use of the troops at Fort Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

6552-4-613-614-July 20, 1780: Top document. Capt. Gabriel Madison received powder from Bland Ballard.

6553-4-613-614-July 5, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: ? DuCharme.

6554-4-613-614-July 24, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to deliver 2 day salt ration for 24 men of Capt. John Allison.

6555-4-613-614-July 22, 1780: Bottom document. Salt ration for 2 days issued to Capt. John Pancerty?

6556-4-615-616-July 5, 1780: Top document. No. 17. Capt. Richard McCarty order to issue 2 day ration for Capt. Abraham Keller.

6557-4-615-616-July 5, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Baley order for rations for 37 of his company.

6558-4-615-616-July 9, 1780: Third document. No. 34. Capt. John Williams order for 5 day mess ration for 4 persons.

6559-4-615-616-July 4, 1780: Fourth document. No. 12. Capt. Richard McCarty order for 2 day ration for 1 volunteer.

6560-4-615-616-No date: Bottom document. No words. Numbers cannot be identified.

6561-4-617-618-July 8, 1780: Top document. James Finn order to repair gun lock of Capt. Abraham Keller.

6562-4-617-618-July 2, 1780: Second document. Faded. Vital [Beauvias] supplied 40 pounds of pork to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6563-4-617-618-July ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Ration of pork and beef for Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6564-4-617-618-July 2, 1780: Fourth document. Frederick S. Guion received 400 pounds of beef from [St. Gemme] Beauvias.

6565-4-617-618-July 6, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order to issue 300 pounds of old beef to the Indians.

6566-4-619-620-July 5, 1780: Two page document. Very faded. Provisions purchased and supplied to Col. Benjamin Logan Detachment of militia. Unable to read much of document. Names: James Clay, Capt. John Kennedy. Many other names and references, which cannot be read.

6567-4-621-622-July 24, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue flour ration for sick soldier ? Russell of Col. George Slaughter co.

6568-4-621-622-July 25, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for flour ration for Burris?

6569-4-621-622-July 31, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to give flour to the wounded man sent by Col. Clark down the River.

6570-4-621-622-July 31, 1780: Fourth document. John Hutton? was paid for supplying 15 pounds of buffalo beef for Col. George Slaughter company.

6571-4-621-622-July 6, 1780: Bottom document. No. 34. Capt. Richard Brashear order to issue rations for 14 men.

6572-4-623-624-July 11, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Rogers order for 2 day ration of flour for 2 men.

6573-4-623-624-July 12, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark to Capt. John Dodge to issue clothing allowance for Capt. Abraham Keller at Clarksville.

6574-4-623-624-July 9, 1780: Third document. No. 35. Leonard Helm order to issue 5 day ration.

6575-4-623-624-July 13, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order from Falls of Ohio to William Shannon to furnish Sergeant Mathews with a flat bottom boat to carry provisions to troops stationed at Fort Jefferson.

6576-4-625-626-July 19, 1780: Top document. No. 31. Capt. Abraham Keller order for ration of salt pork and flour for himself and another.

6577-4-625-626-July 9, 1780: Second document. Leonard Helm order for ration for 1 man.

6578-4-625-626-July 4, 1780: Third document. Frederick S. Guion received 125 pounds of flour for troops from Monsieur [Touranjeau].

6579-4-625-626-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. Faded Written in French. Unable to read.

6580-4-627-628-June 6, 1780: Top document. No. 36. Capt. John Baley order for 2 day ration for 30 men of his company.

6581-4-627-628-July 6, 1780: Second document. No. 35. Very faded. Unable to read.

6582-4-627-628-July 17, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: Patt Kennedy, Monsieur Bienvenue.

6583-4-629-630-July 14, 1780: Top document. Order to supply rations for Capt. Thomas company. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

6584-4-629-630-July 13, 1780: Second document. Powder issued for use of troops at Cahos. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, James Finn and reference to Fort Jefferson.

6585-4-629-630-July 12, 1780: Third document. James Harrod issued powder and lead for 12 men of Capt. South company.

6586-4-629-630-July 13, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued at Falls of Ohio. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

6587-4-631-632-July 17, 1780: Top document. No. 26. Saddle and bridle and lost mare were appraised for payment by state of Virginia for use of troops under command of George Rogers Clark. Names: Robert Gilmore, Thomas Pearce, Perkins Gray, William Gallaway, Capt. Hardy Hill.

6588-4-631-632-July 29, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for rations for 49 men.

6589-4-631-632-July 18, 1780: Third document. No. 95. Capt. Richard McCarty order for rations for 4 days.

6590-4-631-632-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. No. 46. Incomplete. Rations for 3 officers for 10 days. Names: ? Gerault.

6591-4-633-634-July 24, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Brashear request for rations.

6592-4-633-634-July 1780: Second document. State of Virginia account with Daniel Murray for service as Commissary in the Illinois Department from July 17, 1778 to July of 1780 for the appointment made by George Rogers Clark for 730 days and as a quartermaster from August 15, 1780 to March 1, 1779 for 198 days. Names: John McDowell.

6593-4-633-634-July 23, 1780: Bottom document. No. 55. Capt. John Rogers order for rations for 3 men and 1 wash woman in his company.

6594-4-635-July 20, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for flour ration.

6595-4-635-July 20, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Williams received 6 pounds of pork from ? Touranjeau.

6596-4-635-July 20, 1780: Third document. Rations issued for 3 days for 1 recruit and 1 wash woman. Names: Frederick S. Guion, John Montgomery.

6597-4-635-July 17, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear.

6598-4-636-637-July 26, 1780: Top document. Faded. Rations. No names.

6599-4-636-637-July 28, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Baley certified J. Bienvenue served 1 month.

6600-4-636-637-July 27, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter requested 2 small linen bags and indian corn.

6601-4-636-637-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue David Cannedy [Kennedy] with 3 quarts of whiskey for use on fatigue (Military Duty).

6602-4-638-639-July 29, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to deliver flour ration to Sergeant Walker for use of artillery company.

6603-4-638-639-July ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Salt ration issued for volunteers in service of state of Virginia. Names: Capt. William ?

6604-4-638-639-July 21, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 9 men of Capt. James South company.

6605-4-638-639-July 28, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Rations issued to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

BOX 625-FOLDER 72

LETTERS-JULY-AUGUST 1780

FRAMES 640-647

4 documents filmed on 7 frames.

6606-4-641-July 9, 1780: 1780, July 9. Bernardo de Galvez to Gov. Th. Jefferson. Two items restored. Also a translation attested by Lacoste. Filed Ex. papers. Printed. See also T. J. papers 3,482-83. Document is in reference to those filmed beginning-4-642.

6607-4-642-643-July 9, 1780: Top document. Baptist Daquain letter to Capt. John Dodge at Camp Jefferson. Letter has been transcribed. " Nousa I am still you child. I hold fast by the hand. I am naked nor have I a single load of powder pray think on me. I would go to see you but cannot leave the spot. I wait the Enemy and am determined to shew [show] them that I am an American and as you Say these are Trying times with all me. I therefore Try you that you will do for me and your children that are." Signed with a mark. Apparently letter was written for Daquain.

6608-4-642-643-August 6, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George letter from Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge, Indian Commercial Agent. Verso of letter is faded. George indicated the last necessary supply of provisions, which was brought to him required speedy payment in order to support credit with the people, who were to provide future supplies. Request to deliver goods to Zephaniah Blackford to supply goods for payment since the troops had 7 days of supplies left and would need more. Verso appears to be the supplies furnished by Blackford. Items listed were cloth, indian corn, and flour. Names: Madam Valley.

6609-4-644-645-August 31, 1780: Letter from Capt. Robert George at Falls of Ohio to Capt. George Oins [Owens]. The inhabitants, who planted corn on the island and commons, were notified that the troops from the garrison and militia would be sent to take the corn etc. which was left from the ravages of the enemy. The value of the corn etc would be determined by appraisers: Capt. [Leonard] Helm and William Clark. The produce, which was delivered to the garrison was to be considered for use of the inhabitants and troops as if one family.

6610-4-646-647-August 31, 1780: George Rogers Clark at Falls of Ohio certified the abstract of specified provisions were by his orders used for the Shawnee Expedition July 12-August 20, 1780. Listed were 2600 3/4 pounds of flour, 10478 pounds of corn, 204 pounds of beef, 2760 3/4 gills of salt, 40 gills of whiskey. Extra issues of 389 pounds of flour, Document 6610-4-646-647-August 31, 1780-Continued: 1344 quarts of corn, 5944 gills of salt, 5 bags, and 712 gill of whiskey. Abstract prepared by Thomas Vickroy.

BOX 625-FOLDER 73

VOUCHERS-AUGUST 1780

Frame #648-850

317 documents filmed on 202 frames.

6611-4-649-August 30, 1780: Top document. J. Sullivan certified he had requested Thomas Vickroy during the Shawnee Expedition to supply 10 gallons of whiskey for use of the pack horse drivers. Attested by William Shannon.

6612-4-649-August 10, 1780: Second document. Oliver Pollock's printed form indicated he had sent supplies by boat on the Mississippi River to George Rogers Clark and Illinois troops. Items listed were: 5 cases of guns, gun powder, 1 case of [cartridge] boxes. Payment of $245 for freight was to be made before delivery. Printed form with fill in blanks read as: "Shipped, by the Grace of God in good Order and well conditioned, by Oliver Pollock in and upon the good ship called the ______, whereof is Matter, under God, for this present Voyage, and now riding at Anchor in the River Mississippi and by God's Grace, bound for the Illinois to fay, [items listed in space] being marked and numbered as in the Margin, and are to be delivered in the like good Order and well [Conditioned], at the a fore said Port of Illinois on Mississippi, the Danger of the Seas only excepted unto Col. G. Rogers Clark or to his assigns, he or they paying Freight for the said Goods Two Hundred & Forty five Dollars with Primage and Average accustomed. In Witness whereof the Matter or Purser of the said Ship hath affirmed to those Bills of Lading, all of this Tenor and Date: the one of which has Bills accompanied, the other two to stand void. and to God fend the good Ship to her desired Port in safety. Amen. Dated in New Orleans 10 August 1780 Oliver Pollock. [This is the first shipment form, which has been filmed in the George Rogers Clark papers.]

6612-4-649-August 30, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark certified the commissary at Chillicothe Town on August 6, 1780 had supplied 1000 pints of salt to the Army under Clark's command with each man being given 1 pint. The original voucher issued was taken by the Enemy at the Battle of Pickaway Town.

6613-4-650-651-December 21, 1778: Top document. Bill of Exchange issued by George Rogers Clark to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to William Murray for supplies furnished for use of the state of Virginia. Names: Dan Murray.

6614-4-650-651-August ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for ration of corn and salt for George Slaughter company.

6615-4-650-651-August 14, 1780: Third document. Fade. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Col. Benjamin Linn battalion. Rations listed by rank and file.

6616-4-652-653-August 31, 1780: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

6617-4-652-653-August 25, 1780: Second document. Faded verso has April 18, 1780 date. George Rogers Clark certified John Dickey? had served as a spy for 31 days in the Shawnee Expedition and was to paid.

6618-4-652-653-August 14, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. Richard Harrison order for ration of corn.

6619-4-654-August 31, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for flour ration for sick men. Names: ? Burraff and J. W. Abbott.

6620-4-654-August 5, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to give a bushel of corn to Capt. Newman?

6621-4-654-August 5, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue corn to sick. Names: Capt. Thomas.

6622-4-654-August 4, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for flour for John Shauver?

6623-4-654-August 15, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for flour for Capt. Brown and a wounded man.

6624-4-654-August 2, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for corn ration for 2 men of Capt. Polk.

6625-4-655-656-August ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

6626-4-655-656-August 1, 1780: Second document. Faded. Rations issued for 5 men of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co.

6627-4-655-656-August 4, 1780: Third document. Provisions issued for 45 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6628-4-655-656-August 30, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue flour for the wounded men, who were sent down the River by George Rogers Clark.

6629-4-655-656-August 30, 1780: Fifth document. Rations were issued for 2 men of Capt. Michael Humble company.

6630-4-655-656-No date: Bottom document. No words.

6631-4-657-658-August 6, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: Indian Chief Baptist de Quin, ? Charleville, John Montgomery.

6632-4-657-658-August 1, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue corn ration for 40 men of ? company.

6633-4-657-658-August 1, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for rations and salt for 10 men of Capt. Samuel Scott company.

6634-4-657-658-August 2, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: John Montgomery, Jimeo Viatten?

6635-4-659-661-August 5, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for Capt. Squire Boone company of militia.

6636-4-659-661-August 8, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for salt ration.

6637-4-659-661-August 1, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue corn and salt ration for 10 men of Capt. John Dougherty co.

6638-4-659-661-August 2, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Incomplete. Names: George Slaughter

6639-4-662-August 11, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue corn to Capt. Thomas.

6640-4-662-August ?, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Harrison order for 24 quarts of Indian corn for use Andrew Steele.

6641-4-662-No date: Third document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 6 artificers.

6642-4-662-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Bags issued to Capt. Walker. Names: George Rogers Clark, William Harrison.

6643-4-663-664-August 7, 1780: Faded. State of Virginia account with Vital Beauvias, who supplied beef, pork, cartage. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Verso written in French.

6644-4-665-666-August 7, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations requested.

6645-4-665-666-July . 1780: Second document. Incomplete. Very dark. Names: ? Clark

6646-4-665-666-August 17, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. William McAfee.

6647-4-665-666-August 11, 1780: Bottom document. Flour ration issued to man of Capt. Gillis co. Verso listed names: George South, Josiah Boone, Jacob Keller, and others, which are incomplete due to missing portion of document.

6648-4-667-668-No date: Top document. Incomplete. Account of clothing drawn by Cornet John Thruston. Items listed: gray cloth, silk handkerchief, thread, white cloth, india cloth, check linen, fine holland cloth, flannel, green cloth, brown cloth, shallon.

6649-4-667-668-August 5, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to Lieut. James Slaughter.

6650-4-669-670-August 10, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark

6650-4-669-670-August 10, 1780-Continued: to Camp Jefferson to issue a knife and corn to soldier Richard Hopkins.

6651-4-669-670-August 9, 1780: Second document. Henry Crutcher received corn and taffia from Monsieur LuChance? for expedition.

6652-4-669-670-August 10, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for flour ration for 34 men.

6653-4-671-672-August ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for rations for 76 men.

6654-4-671-672-August 7, 1780: Second document. Faded. Capt. John Dodge paid William Brady?

6655-4-671-672-August 21, 1780: Third document. Henry Crutcher received 144 pounds of pork at Fort Clark from ? Jarodine? for use of Illinois troops.

6656-4-671-672-August 11, 1780: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher received 168 pounds of pork for use of troops at Fort clark from ? Lunvire?

6657-4-673-674-August 8, 1780: Top document. John Handley order for flour ration for 4 men of Capt. Atkins co.

6658-4-673-674-August ?, 1780: Second document. Incomplete. Faded. Mess ration of 40 pounds of beef. Names: Frederick S. Guion and ?

6659-4-673-674-August 9, 1780: Third document. Faded. James Finn certified Gerande Lachein? had provided a cart for 2 days at Fort Clark.

6660-4-673-674-August ? , 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: John Williams.

6661-4-675-676-No date: Top document. Faded. Written in French. Rations issued.

6662-4-675-676-August 25, 1780: Second document. Rations issued. Names: George Slaughter.

6663-4-675-676-August 22, 1780: Bottom document. No. 25. William Elliott was paid for supplying 37 pounds of flour for use of sick and wounded. Names: George Slaughter.

6664-4-677-679-August 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for salt and corn ration for men in his company.

6665-4-677-679-August 1, 1780: Second document. Rations issued for troops of Col. Benjamin Logan. Rank and file of Captains: Todd, Holder, Logan, South, Bowman, Kennedy, Morgan, McAfee, Denton, Boyle, Raye.

6666-4-677-679-August 2, 1780: Bottom document. Ration of beef, salt and flour issued for sick. Unable to read names.

6667-4-680-681-August ?, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order rations for wounded men.

6668-4-680-681-August 14, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for powder.

6669-4-680-681-August 18, 1780: Third document. Louisville issued salt to. George Slaughter.

6670-4-680-681-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for ammunition for 28 men of Capt. John Dougherty co. at Camp Jefferson.

6671-4-682-683-August ?, 1780: State of Virginia account with Henry Crutcher from June 13, 1779 to June 25, 1780. Expenditures approved by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Expenditures were for provisions for George Rogers Clark; 6 quarts of taffia for sick in hospital; tallow for garrison; baking flour; taffia for Capt. [Richard] Winston; tallow for corking cannons; for hired men; expenses of ? Misars on country business. Names: Lieut. Dalton, Post Vincent.

6672-4-684-685-August 25, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order for corn.

6673-4-684-685-August 10, 1780: Second document. Corn issued to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6674-4-684-685-August 25, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue 8 quarts of corn to Capt. Thomas.

6675-4-684-685-August 12, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for flour ration for a man commanded by George Rogers Clark.

6676-4-684-685-August 2, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for peck of corn for Capt. Thomas.

6677-4-686-687-Jan.? , 1779: Top document. Written in French. Payment. Names: George Rogers Clark at Fort Clark.

6678-4-686-687-August 5, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 2 pounds of flour for a sick man, Benjamin Russell.

6679-4-686-687-August 14, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for pick of corn for Capt. Thomas.

6680-4-686-687-August 15, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 2 pounds of flour for a sick man, Benjamin Russell.

6681-4-688-689-December 26, 1780: Capt. Richard McCarty Bill of Exchange sent to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for $100 payment due Monsieur Laspy.

6682-4-688-689-August 29, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for rations for sick man James Bollinger.

6683-4-688-689-August 30, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 4 day rations for 43 men of his company.

6684-4-688-689-August 17, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order 4 day rations for 43 men of his company.

6685-4-690-691-August 20, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order for flour ration for 3 men at Mrs. Lindergrapses?

6686-4-690-691-May 21, 1780: Second document. Henry Crutcher purchased corn and a 70 pound hog from Monsieur Jarrodine for the expedition to Little Village.

6687-4-690-691-August 20, 1780: Third document. Rations issued for Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: Capt. George Slaughter.

6688-4-690-691-August 23, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for salt ration for 3 hunters.

6689-4-692-693-August 29, 1780: Top document. Capt. George Slaughter order for beef, flour and salt ration for 1 man of George Rogers Clark.

6690-4-692-693-August 26, 1780: Second document. Appraisement a mare horse. Certified at Lexington March 12, 1783. Names: Capt. Levi Todd, Robert Jamieson?, Robert Saunders?

6691-4-692-693-August 20, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for beef, flour and salt ration for men of Capt. Watkins?

6692-4-692-693-August 27, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Rations for 40 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6693-4-692-693-August 25, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for salt ration for 20 men of his company.

6694-4-694-695-August 24, 1780: Top document Capt. George Slaughter order for salt ration.

6695-4-694-695-August 23, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for Indian corn.

6696-4-694-695-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. Richard Harrison order for flour ration.

6697-4-696-697-August 23, 1780: Top document. Ration of oats issued.

6698-4-696-697-August 2, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Invoice for items. Names: John Rogers.

6699-4-698-699-August 23, 1780: Top document. Flour purchased. Names: George Slaughter, John Edwards, Capt. Robert George.

6700-4-698-699-August 21, 1780: Second document. Faded. No. 64. Rations of beef, meal and salt.

6701-4-698-699-August 21, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. No. 62. Rations of beef, salt and flour for 32 men. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison.

6702-4-700-701-August 12, 1780: Top document. ? Gerault received Bills of Exchange for services provided at Fort Clark from August 12, 1780 to oct. 19, 1780.

6703-4-700-701-August 25, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations to a wounded man John Stapleton.

6704-4-700-701-August 20, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Rations supplied. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Monsieur De Cartabonne

6705-4-702-703-August 20, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order for ration for a man of Capt. Worthington co.

6706-4-702-703-August 31, 1780: Second document. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations for men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co.

6707-4-702-703-August 24, 1780: Third document. Faded. Rations issued. Names: George Slaughter, Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6708-4-702-703-August ?, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Zephaniah Blackford received ? at Fort Patrick Henry.

6709-4-702-703-August 22, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue 3 pounds of flour to sick man John George.

6710-4-704-705-August 20, 1780: Top document. No. 61. Ration of beef and flour.

6711-4-704-705-August 20, 1780: Second document. Ration of beef, salt and flour.

6712-4-704-705-August 25, 1780: Third document. No. 78. Ration of beef, salt and flour.

6713-4-704-705-August ?, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

6714-4-704-705-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. No. 66. Ink spot covers words. Names: John Young, Samuel Green, Benjamin Prater and 3 other names.

6715-4-706-707-August 28, 1780: State of Virginia account with Monsieur Ferrandeau for supplies and services from April 9, 1780-May 25, 1780. Cost for 2 trips by cart to Little Village; 7 bushels of corn; cask for corn; cartage of corn and hog, 4 bushels of peas; pork.

6716-4-708-709-August 25, 1780: Top document. Faded. George Slaughter order for 60 pounds of beef.

6717-4-708-709-August 24, 1780: Second document. Powder issued. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

6718-4-708-709-August 28, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for salt ration for 2 of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery's men, who were on way to the inhabitants.

6719-4-708-709-August 23, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. George Slaughter order for flour and beef ration.

6720-4-710-711-August 22, 1780: Top document. No. 19. Faded. Rations received for expedition. Names: John Ballard; ? Charleville.

6721-4-710-711-August 7, 1780: Second document. No. 33. Incomplete. Ration of corn. Names: George Slaughter.

6722-4-710-711-July 18, 1780: Third document. Faded. Appraisement of a mare horse. for expedition. Names: Samuel Stroud.

6723-4-710-711-August 9, 1780: Fourth document. Ration of corn and beef issued for 3 men of Capt. Harrison. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6724-4-710-711-August 10, 1780: Bottom document. Ration of corn issued for a wash woman Frames Fillis?, who was on the expedition. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

6725-4-712-714-August 27, 1780: Top document. Discharge of soldier John Horn. Names: Capt. John Williams. Verso has reference to black horse, which was appraised for 1800 pounds currency. Names: John Grant.

6726-4-712-714-August 14, 1780: Second document. Rations issued for 2 wounded soldiers of Capt. Robert Patterson co. Names: George Rogers Clark. Faded verso has names of Hugh Thompson, James Linsey, David Vance, and 8 other names, which cannot be read.

6727-4-712-714-August 6, 1780: Bottom document. No. 25. Written in French. Account of Jean B. Barbeau.

6728-4-715-716-August 12, 1780: Top document. No. 23. Account of Commonwealth of Virginia with Michael Perault. Pay due for Lieut. service and subsistence from Dec. 13, 1778 through August 1, 1780.

6729-4-715-716-August 14, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 22 quarts of meal.

6730-4-715-716-August 8, 1780: Third document. No. 20. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for a peck of corn for William Hackley.

6731-4-715-716-August 5, 1780: Bottom document. Salt allowance issued for 15 men, who had joined Capt. Henry Prather [Prater]. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

6732-4-717-720-August ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark, David Smith.

6733-4-717-720-August 4, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for buffalo beef for the wounded man, who was sent down the River.

6734-4-717-720-August 10, 1780: Third document. duplicate filming. Henry [Prater] requested rations for 15 of his men. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

6735-4-717-720-August ?, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

6736-4-717-720-August 26, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for corn ration for 3 men in Lieut. Col. John Montgomery troops, who were going to the inhabitants.

6737-4-721-722-August 18, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue flour to ? Addams, the sick and husband, who is on the expedition.

6738-4-721-722-August 18, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue flour to ? Adams, whose husband was on the expedition. Reference to family. Verso reference to wounded.

6739-4-721-722-August 18, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for 3 day ration for 29 men of his company.

6740-4-721-722-August 17, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for 4 day salt ration for 3 men.

6741-4-723-724-August 15, 1780: Top document. Henry Crutcher bought 400 pounds of flour and 6 bushels of corn from Monsieur Antoine Lown or Lusur for May 21, 1780 expedition.

6742-4-723-724-August 1, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to furnish powder and lead for journey of Mr. Gyatte? to the Falls of Ohio.

6743-4-725-726-August 19, 1780: Top document. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to pay for provisions brought to Fort Clark. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

6744-4-725-726-August 18, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read except for Capt. John Dodge's name.

6745-4-725-726-August 1, 1780: Bottom document. George Slaughter mess order.

6746-4-727-728-August 19, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for 28 rations for company of Capt. Michael Humble including 22 rank and file.

6747-4-727-728-August 1, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: William Thomas?

6748-4-727-728-August 29, 1780: Third document. Faded. Rations. Names: Joseph Saunders.

6749-4-727-728-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

6750-4-729-732-August 9, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George ammunition order for militia.

6751-4-729-732-August 1, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for salt ration.

6752-4-729-732-August 1, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark approved 6 day rations for 6 men of Capt. McGarry company which came with Col. Logan.

6753-4-729-732-August 1, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for 7 day ration for 2 men of Capt. Benjamin Logan's battalion.

6754-4-733-734-August 1, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for 5 day rations for 37 men of Capt. Peter Asturgus.

6755-4-733-734-August 10, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for rations for 45 of his company going to Falls of Ohio.

6756-4-733-734-August 30, 1780: Third document. Incomplete. Acknowledgement of receiving 45 pounds of flour for use on expedition from Mr. Vickroy.

6757-4-733-734-August 18, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for rations for 45 in his company.

6758-4-733-734-August 8, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue 1 peck of corn for Capt. Thomas.

6759-4-735-738-August 1, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Portions missing. Payment by Commonwealth of Virginia for account of an Ensign from Dec. 22, 1779 to August 21, 1780. Name missing.

6760-4-735-738-August 10, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. References to wounded. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Roberts.

6761-4-735-738-August ?, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Portions missing. Unable to read.

6762-4-739-740-August 14, 1780: Top document. No. 36. Capt. Benjamin Roberts orders to issue rations for 2 of his men.

6763-4-739-740-August 4, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue flour rations to the wounded men, who came from Col. Clark and who were living at B. Pendergast.

6764-4-739-740-August 14, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 235 men of Col. Logan's battalion.

6765-4-739-740-August 21, 1780: Fourth document. No. 43. Ration of flour issued for 2 wounded men, who were sick and living at the house of ? Vanmetres? Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

6766-4-739-740-August 15, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Atkins order for 9 pounds of flour for himself and 3 wounded men.

6767-4-741-August 30, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Harrison certified the commissary issued 1 bushel and 9 quarts of salt and 40 pounds of flour for use of the Wagon horses of the Quartermaster Department Artillery for the Shawnee Expedition. Names: William Shannon.

6768-4-741-August 30, 1780: Second document. Incomplete. Reference to flour issued by the commissary for the Shawnee Expedition.

6769-4-741-August 27, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order for 1 pound of powder and 2 pounds of lead for 4 men of his Artillery company.

6770-4-741-August 4, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for flour ration for 2 wounded men, who were sent down the River by Col. Clark.

6771-4-742-August 30, 1780: Top document. John Sullivan certified commissary William Shannon had issued 6 bushels and 2 quarts of salt for use of the pack horses while in service for the Shawnee Expedition.

6772-4-742-August 20, 1780: Second document. Account of Quartermaster store for issuing of ammunition ( lead and powder), a shovel and matlock [Rifle] ordered by Col. Clark and Capt. Harrison from August 1-August 20, 1780. Names: Co. of Scott, McGeary, Prather, Dougherty, Logan Battalion, Capt. Todd, Artillery, David Smith, Bland Ballard.

6773-4-743-August 30, 1780: Top document. John Sullivan certified commissary William Shannon had issued 6 bushels and 2 quarts of salt for use of the pack horses while in service for the Shawnee Expedition. May be duplicate of-4-742 and Document 6781.

6774-4-743-No date: Second document. May be continuation of Document 6781-4-742. List of items: 17 spades, 10 mattocks, 6 horse collars, 1 log chain, 1 hand saw, 1 trace chain, 1 stretching chain, 2 chisels, 1 frow [froe], 1 spike gimlet, 1 rifle, a 2 horse double tree property equipped, 2 gouges, 1 foot adze, 2 broad hoes, 1 wagon with two double trees, 365 pounds of gun powder, 6 beams and hangings, 2 augers, 10 mattocks, 3 axes, 2 hoes, 10 shovels, another 17 spades,10 shovels, 6 more collars, 6 foot chains. 1 other stretching chain, 1 lock chain.

6775-4-744-August 30, 1780: Top document. John Sullivan certified commissary William Shannon issued 6 bushels and 2 quarts of salt for use of the pack horses while in service for the Shawnee Expedition. Appears to be identical to documents on frames 742 and 743.

6776-4-744-749 August 22, 1780: Second document. Begins-4-744 and concludes on Frame 747. An account of ammunition and quartermaster stores issues under the direction of Capt. Benjamin Harrison for the Shawnee Expedition commanded by George Rogers Clark. Certified by Quartermaster Andrew Steele. Powder and lead issued for companies of Hickman, Polk, Johnston, Swans, Briscoe, McGuire, Humble, Boone, Prather, Hall, Asturgus?, and for Major Harrod and Major Harlin. Document-4-745 listed companies of Oldham, McClure, Hall, Asturgus, Polk, Hill, Briscoe, Ellison, Swan, Slaughter, Askins, Hickman, Dougherty, Scott, Volunteers, Humble, Patten, Commissary Dept. Page 3-4-746 indicated Bland Ballard received 2 breech bands, 1 double tree, 1 single tree, and hangings, 1 rifle gun, 1 drawing knife, 2 augers, 1 gouge, 1 chisel, 1 spike gimlet, [froe] hand saw, and 6 foot chain. Capt. Hall was given 1 foot adze and 4 bags. signed by Quartermaster Andrew Steele.

6777-4-744-749-August 22, 1780-Continued: Last sheet or page of document with heading " Memorandum of Receipts issued to different officers for tools". Notes by quartermaster Andrew Steele written at Falls of Ohio. Capt. Hickman received 5 spades and 4 shovels; Capt. McClure received 1 shovel; George Slaughter received 1 hammer, 1 adze, a hand saw, 3 augers, 1 gouge, 4 chisels and 1 froe; Bland Ballard received 1 mattock, 5 shovels, 14 axes and 2 drawing knives; and Capt. Boone received 2 ax and 1 shovel. Note indicated the tools delivered to Bland Ballard were issued to unnamed inhabitants.

6778-4-745-August 30, 1780: Top document. Appears to be same document listed on frames #742 and 743. Document 6785 continued-4-745 and concluded-4-750. John Sullivan certified commissary William Shannon issued 6 bushels and 2 quarts of salt for use of the pack horses while in service for the Shawnee Expedition.

6779-4-750-751-August 14, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. William McAfee order for rations for himself and 2 wounded men.

6780-4-750-751-No date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Flour ration and salt issued for 10 men in service. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Edwards.

6781-4-750-751-August 27, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued. Names: Frederick Guion, Henry Crutcher, John Montgomery, ? Bond, J. Helderbrand.

6782-4-750-751-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read.

6783-4-752-753-August 30, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Rogers of the Light Dragoons received 8 deer skins from Francis Terraugh? to make moccasins for his company.

6784-4-752-753-August 30, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark certified he had received from Mr. Vickroy of the Commissary Department 6 bushels of corn and 1 peck of salt for horses and 200 pounds of flour made into biscuits for Clark and his attendants to use on the Shawnee Expedition.

6785-4-752-753-June 12, 1780: Bottom document. John Montgomery certified he received sugar, ball and 2 large brass kettles from Caleb Wattruse? for Virginia troops on expedition up the Illinois River to St. Louis and Cahos.

6786-4-754-August 24, 1780: Top document. Expenditure to repair a rifle of James Finn at Fort Clark.

6787-4-754-August 15, 1780: Second document. James Slaughter order for 2 day ration of corn for 41 men on command to Falls of Ohio.

6788-4-754-August 12, 1780: Third document. James Slaughter order for 5 day ration of salt for 46 men and corn for 1 day.

6789-4-754-August ?, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

6790-4-755-756-August 30, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Benjamin Harrison certified he had ordered Thomas Vickroy to issue 12 gallons and 1 quart of whiskey for use of the wagoners and bateau men, who served on the Shawnee Expedition. Names: William Shannon.

6791-4-755-756-October 29, 1779: Bottom document. Account with Michael Perault for sundries.

6792-4-757-No date: Top document. Written in French. Faded. Unable to read.

6793-4-757-August 20, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for 7 day salt ration for 4 men.

6794-4-757-August 14, 1780: Third document. Faded. Difficult to read. Names: James Finn.

6795-4-757-August 27, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for powder and salt.

6796-4-757-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

6797-4-758-August 9, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for 28 men of Capt. Benjamin Logan.

6798-4-758-August 9, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for flour ration for 40 men of Lieut. James Slaughter co.

6799-4-758-August 9, 1780: Third document on left. Lieut. James Slaughter order for flour ration for wounded men.

6800-4-758-August 18, 1780: Fourth document on right. George Rogers Clark order for 7 day salt ration for 24 men.

6801-4-758-August 17, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for corn ration for 35 men.

6802-4-759-August 9, 1780: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

6803-4-759-August 15, 1780: Second document. Lieut. James Slaughter order for 4 pounds of flour for his own use.

6804-4-759-August ?, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue salt for 12 men of John Logan.

6805-4-759-August 9, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. John Holder order for 4 day salt ration for 40 men.

6806-4-759-August 9, 1780: Fifth document. George Slaughter order to issue 40 pounds of flour and a bag for the Colonel's mess.

68074-759-August 9, 1780 Bottom document. Col. James Harrod requested flour ration for 6 men of his battalion.

6808-4-760-August 1780: Fort Jefferson, August 1780. [Probably concerns the documents beginning on Frame 761.]

6809-4-761-762-August 26, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco to Sergeant Joseph Anderson, who was a soldier in George's company. Names: Martin Carney.

6810-4-761-762-August 28, 1780: Second document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue cloth.

6811-4-761-762-August 27, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson Quartermaster to issue 5 pounds of powder and 50 pounds of lead for the artillery.

6812-4-761-762-August 27, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to give tobacco to Leonard Helm.

6813-4-763-764-August 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson public store to issue ? to Lieut. Richard Clark.

6814-4-763-764-August 20, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder, lead and ball to Leonard Helm.

6815-4-763-764-August 27, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson Quartermaster to issue 22 pounds of powder and 44 pounds of lead to the soldiers and inhabitants for protection.

6816-4-763-764-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson Quartermaster to issue 10 pounds of powder and 20 pounds of lead to James Sherlock for a party of Kaskaskia Indians, who were stationed at Fort Jefferson

6817-4-765-767-August 14, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Sergeant Joseph Anderson for use of the troops.

6818-4-765-767-August 20, 1780: Second document. Faded. Zephaniah Blackford received a barge and 9 oars, which were property of the State of Virginia for trip from the Illinois Country to Fort Jefferson. Names: Martin Carney.

6819-4-765-767-August 14, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to give tobacco to Paul Quibea.

6820 Fame #765-767-August 13, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Dodge, Col. Clark, and soldier ? Johnson.

6821-4-768-770-August 12, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued shirts to Paul Quibea and Jesse Hearn, who were soldiers in Capt. Robert George co. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. John Dodge.

6822-4-768-770-August 21, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to fort Jefferson Quartermaster to issue powder and lead to soldier Paul Quibea.

6823-4-768-770-August 8, 1780: Third document. Ezekiel Johnson was paid $225 by Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for service with 3 horses in hauling timber.

6824-4-768-770-August 10, 1780: Fourth document. Monsieur Charleville sold 50 pounds of flour, 50 pounds of meal and pork to Patt Kennedy for Capt. Bayley's company going to Camp Jefferson.

6825-4-771-774-August 14, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue ammunition to Lawrence Kener, a gunner, who was providing defence at house of Joseph Lord.

6826-4-771-774-August 14, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for flour ration for 4 wounded men of Capt. John Askens company. Names: Lieut. John Handley.

6827-4-771-774-August 24, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to soldier Joseph Thornton?, who was in Capt. Worthington co. Names: Capt. Robert George, Reuben Kemp, Lieut. Richard Clark.

6828-4-771-774-August 20, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Tobacco issued to John Harry.

6829-4-775-776-August 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Dodge gave blue cloth, white flannel, thread and buttons to Capt. Robert George for making up [uniform].

6830-4-775-776-No date: Second document. Martin Carney gave tobacco to Reuben Kemp.

6831-4-775-776-No date: Third document. Martin Carney gave tobacco to Lieut. Richard Clark.

6832-4-775-776-No date: Bottom document. Martin Carney gave a gun to Sergeant Joseph Anderson of Capt. Robert George co.

6833-4-777-778-August 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Dodge issue 1 suit of clothes and 1 blanket to Capt. Robert George's soldiers: Thomas Delaney, James Mullan?, Charles Morgan, John Grimshaw. One suit of clothes was issued to Daniel Bolton and James McDaniel. Names: George Rogers Clark.

6834-4-777-778-August 24, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson Quartermaster issued tobacco to Reuben Kemp. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

6835-4-777-778-August 24, 1780: Third document. Quartermaster Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson gave tobacco to Lieut. Richard Clark. Names: Capt. Robert George.

6836-4-777-778-August ?, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue a gun to David Allen, who was a soldier in Capt. Worthington's co.

6837-4-779-780-August 4, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to give tobacco to soldier Matthew Murry of Capt. Abraham Keller co. of the Illinois Virginia Regiment.

6838-4-779-780-August 8, 1780: Second document. Faded. Reference to butcher knife. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Robert George, Col. Clark.

6839-4-779-780-August 19, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm of Indian Affairs, Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson.

6840-4-779-780-August 9, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to give 3 yards of flannel to Sergeant Henry to make cartridges.

6841-4-781-782-August 24, 1780: Top document. Faded. Reference to furnishing a knife from Fort Jefferson Public Store to Reuben Camp. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Robert George, Reuben Kemp.

6842-4-781-782-August 25, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge of Fort Jefferson Public Store to issue 8 shirts to Thomas Leney, James McMullen, Charles Morgan, John Grimshaw.

6843-4-781-782-August 15, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge of Fort Jefferson Public Store to issue a blanket to Richard Hopkins, who had served in George's company for 8 months without a blanket and who had enlisted for duration of the War. Order was agreeable to George Rogers Clark. Names: J. Sherlock.

6844-4-783-784-August 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge of Fort Jefferson to issue Taylor grey or other dark linen to make trousers for Daniel Bolton, who was a soldier and gunner at t he blockhouse. Order was agreeable to George Rogers Clark. Names: J. Sherlock.

6845-4-783-784-August 17, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Quartermaster Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to give ammunition to David Allin of Capt. Worthington's co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

6846-4-783-784-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read except for name of Capt. John Bailey.

6847-4-785-786-August 4, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Richard Clark request to Fort Jefferson for 1 English blanket, 2 linen handkerchiefs, 2 yards of silk, 1 leather ink pot, 1 fine comb, thread, and 5 yards of blue cloth. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

6848-4-785-786-August 28, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to give tobacco to friendly indians. Names: Quartermaster Martin Carney, Capt. John Dodge.

6849 Fame #785-786-August 8, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George by order of Col. Clark requested Capt. John Dodge to give 1 English blanket, saddle and bridle and 1 [rifle] to Martin Carney.

6850-4-785-786-August 3, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson Quartermaster to give tobacco to Sergeant John Vaughan of Capt. John Bailey's co.

6851-4-787-790-August 3, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson Quartermaster to issue powder and lead to Sergeant Joseph Anderson for use of troops commanded by George.

6852-4-787-790-August 8, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George requested Capt. John Dodge to give 7 pounds of coffee to Lieut. [Richard] Clark for George's use. Names: Capt. John Baley, George Rogers Clark.

6853-4-787-790-August 14, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Quartermaster Martin

6853-4-787-790-August 14, 1780-Continued: Carney at Fort Jefferson to furnish Lieut. Richard Clark with lead and powder.

6854-4-787-790-August 23, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Agent Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to furnish 6 pounds coffee to each Mr. Clark, Mr. Carney and himself. This was George's second request for the same coffee ration.

6855-4-787-790-August 26, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Michael Hacketon.

6856-4-791-792-August 12, 1780: Top document. Agent Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson by order of George Rogers Clark issued 2 shirts for David Allen, who had engaged as a soldier for 3 years with Capt. Worthington. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

6857-4-791-792-August 2, 1780: Second document. Agent Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson issue 14 shirts to Capt. Worthington's soldiers: George Lewiston, Edward Johnson, James Briscoe, John Pulford, William Crumph, Moses Nelson, Moses Lunsford. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

6858-4-791-792-August 27, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Archibald Lockard, James Sherlock.

6859-4-793-796-July 16, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson furnished the James Sherlock, who was Indian and French interpreter for the state

6860-4-793-796-July 16, 1780-Continued: of Virginia in Illinois with 1 broad cloth coat, 1 cape of bath coating, 1 summer coat, 3 vest, 2 pair of breeches, 2 pairs of trousers, 4 ruffled shirts, 4 cambric socks, 4 handkerchiefs, 2 pair of shoes, 2 pair of stockings and 1 hat. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Dodge, and George Rogers Clark.

6861-4-793-796-August 30, 1780: Center document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson Quartermaster to furnish tobacco to soldier Jesse Kerns.

6862-4-973-796-August 27, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to artillery of Capt. Robert George.

6863-4-797-August 1780: Cahos, August 1780. Probably refers to vouchers issued at Cahos for August 1780 beginning with-4-798.

6864-4-798-800-August 30, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery Bill of Exchange to Treasurer of Virginia for $400 payable to John Thruston for recruiting services.

6865-4-790-800-No date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Written in French. Faded. Unable to read.

6866-4-801-802-August 11, 1780: Top document. Over 20 gallons of taffia were provided for the use of the public at Cahos. Names: Isaac Levy , Capt. John Dodge.

6867-4-801-802-August 30, 1780: Bottom document. No. 6. Receipt of $ 400 of Capt. John Thruston for recruitment service at Cahos.

6868-4-803-August 1780: Fort Bowman, August 1780. Concerns vouchers beginning-4-804.

6869-4-804-805-July 20, 1780: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

6870-4-804-805-August 8, 1780: Second document. James Finn certified Roger Truckey? lost an ax in service and paid for it.

6871-4-806-August 1780: Kaskaskia, August 1780. At beginning of documents starting-4-807.

6872-4-807-808-August 12, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Written in French.

6873-4-807-808-August 26, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Written in French. Names: Monsieur Janist.

6874-4-807-808-August 26, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: C. Dodge.

6875-4-807-808-August 28, 1780: Bottom document. Mrs. Marian Roban was paid by ? Dodge for 2 months house rent at Kaskaskia. Names: Patt Remcoe?

6876-4-809-810-August 28, 1780: Top document. Payment to Jaceis? for providing bread, pork, flour, 6 days boarding the French at Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Israel Dodge.

6877-4-809-810-August 28, 1780: Center document. Deputy Agent Israel Dodge on behalf of Capt. John Dodge for the state of Virginia paid ? Duplasy.

6878-4-809-810-August 20, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams requested ration for sick in hospital and Lewis family at Kaskaskia.

6879-4-811-812-August 19, 1780: Top document. Faded. Payment to Nicholas Canados? for services supplied for state of Virginia at Kaskaskia.

6880-4-811-812-August 23, 1780: Center document. Israel Dodge on behalf of Capt. John Dodge made payment to ? Charleville on behalf of the state of Virginia. Names: Patt Kennedy.

6881-4-811-812-August 23, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. israel Dodge on behalf of Capt. John Dodge made payment owed by Virginia to J. Bray?

6882-4-813-814-August 18, 1780: Top document. Faded. Flour ration. Names: Patt Kennedy.

6883-4-813-814-August 23, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: ? Montgomery, ? Barbeau.

6884-4-813-814-August 28, 1780: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

6885-4-813-814-August 5, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Richard Brashear, who was in Clark Regiment C, received 47 pounds of gun powder from Richard Winston for defense of the country at Kaskaskia. Names: George Rogers Clark, ? Linctot.

6886-4-813-814-March 29, 1780: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy received 200 pounds of flour from Monsieur Preveau or Provault at Kaskaskia. Reference to 6 bushels of wheat.

6887-4-815-August 1780: Fort Clark. August 1780. (Kaskaskia?). Precedes-4-816 for vouchers, which concern Fort Clark.

6888-4-816-817-August 30, 1780: Document with 2 pages with various entries for various dates. First entry for March 30, 1780 for funds received from Lieut. Col. Montgomery by Capt. John Williams for recruitment of 2 men for 3 years of service. Entry No. 41, April 9, 1780 for cash furnished by Thomas Wilson for recruiting a soldier for 3 years. Entry No. 44, May 10, 1780 receipt of James Marre for $700 bounty received from Lieut. Col. Montgomery for being a soldier under Ensign Williams. May 10, 1780, Robert White was paid $100 bounty. No.

6888-4-816-817-August 30, 1780-Continued: 45, May 10, 1780, James Hellebrand received $ 700 bounty from Lieut. Col. Montgomery for being a soldier under Ensign Garth Williams. No. 47 bounty paid Capt. Richard Brashear. July 8, 1780, Capt. Richard Brashear was given state of Virginia Bills of Exchange by Lieut. Col. Montgomery for $1000 cash furnished for recruitment. No. 48, August 30, 1780, Capt. Richard McCarty received $936 for recruitment from Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6889-4-818-819-August 13, 1780: Top document. James Merriweather was issued 12 pounds of beef since he had not received any rations for 10 days. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark, Patt Kennedy.

6890-4-818-819-August 19, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark issued set of Bill of Exchange for $1,250 to Laurence Slaughter for recruiting.

6891-4-818-819-August 24, 1780: Third document. Thomas Hutching was paid $235 for armory work for the state of Virginia at Fort Clark. Names: John Harry.

6892-4-818-819-August 18, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Clark and Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Jacob Lyon was employed as an artificer for 14 days in repairing the fort at Kaskaskia. Payment was made in goods.

6893-4-820-821-August 16, 1780: Top document. Faded. Thomas Hutching was paid for armory service at Fort Clark. Unable to read rest. Names: Patt Kennedy

6894-4-820-821-August 24, 1780: Second document. Faded. Patt Kennedy paid $50 to Jac Gerrat for making powder for Fort Clark garrison. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6895-4-820-821-August 19, 1780: Bottom document. No. 5, Illinois voucher. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley.

6896-4-822-823-August 24, 1780: Top document. Faded. Payment to John Harry. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6897-4-822-823-August 23, 1780: Second document. Faded. Order to pay ?

6898-4-822-823-August 23, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 19 and 1/2 yards of lining to pay for powder for use of the troops at Fort Clark, Cahos.

6899-4-824-825-August 5, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy received 4 skins of tanned leather from Monsieur Jean Baptist Barbeau for use of the Light Dragoons of the state of Virginia at Fort Clark. Payment was given in goods.

6900-4-824-825-August 16, 1780: Bottom document. Wood for use of Fort Clark was purchased. Names: James Finn, Patt Kennedy.

6901-4-826-827-August 19, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery Bill of Exchange sent to Treasurer of Virginia for $1,150 payable to Laurence Slaughter for recruiting service.

6902-4-826-827-April 1, 1780: Second document. Quartermaster James Finn at Fort Clark certified Mr. Lewison had brought wood to the fort.

6903-4-826-827-August 8, 1780: Bottom document. John Montgomery received 2 water buckets from the stores at Fort Clark.

6904-4-828-829-August 10, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy order to Monsieur Charleville to give a load of hay and 2 bags of bran for Lieut. Col. John Montgomery's horses at Fort Clark.

6905-4-828-829-August 30, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery Bill of Exchange to the Treasurer of Virginia for 2000 Spanish milled dollars for payment to Oliver Pollock, who supplied provisions and merchandize for the troops in Illinois.

6906-4-830-August 6 and 9, 1780: Fort Licking. August 6, 9, 1780. Applies to vouchers beginning-4-831.

6907-4-831-834-August 6, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Ration of salt and corn for 31 men commanded by ?.

6908-4-831-834-August 9, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert Johnson order at Fort Licking to issue salt and corn ration for 31 men to Sergeant Davis.

6909-4-831-834-August 12, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert Johnson order at Fort Licking to issue corn and salt for 2 men of Capt. Scott co.

6910-4-831-834-August 30, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified 35 bushel of indian corn were damaged due to leaking of the craft and were disposed of at the mouth of the Licking Creek while on the way to Shawnee Town.

6911-4-835-August 10, 1780: Picaway Town, August 10, 1780. Following-4-836 concerning rations etc.

6912-4-836-837-August 10, 1780: George Rogers Clark order to Picaway Town for a flour ration for Robert Todd.

6913-4-838-August 9, 1780: Provisions return [of] Col. Linn's battalion. Total of 352. Refers to list of rations on Frames #839 and 840.

6914-4-839-840-August 9, 1780: Duplicate filming. List of officers and rank and file rations issued for companies of Capt. Hall, Swan, Boone, Humble, Patten, Askins, Briscoe, Oldham, Hill, Sturgis. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

6915-4-841-No date: Kentucky County. Concerns documents beginning-4-842.

6916-4-842-843-July 7, 1780: Top document. Voucher No. 12 of Robert Sanders of Kentucky County to state of Virginia for supplying wrought iron, a 4 gallon kettle for Col. Benjamin Logan; 2 1/2 bushels of meal and corn for Col. [Benjamin] Logan company for use on return from Indian Expedition; Capt. Robert Johnson certified Robert Sanders made an oath on March 12, 1780 about supplying the items.

6917-4-842-843-August 5, 1780: Second document. Voucher No. 7 of Robert Hamilton of Kentucky County, who supplied gray horse and saddle for the Indian expedition. Names: George Wilson, ? McMillin, William Shannon.

6918-4-842-843-July 12, 1780: Third document. Appraisement of horse of Nicholas Anderson of Boonsboro, Kentucky County by John South and John South, Sr. The horse was used by Capt. John Holden of the militia commanded by Col. Benjamin Logan and was lost. Names: David Gass?

6919-4-844-845-July 12, 1780: Top document. Appraisement of beef by John South and John South, Sr. of Boonsboro, Kentucky County. Used by Capt. John Holden of Col. Benjamin Logan militia. Names: David Gass.

6920-4-844-845-July 12, 1780: Bottom document. John South and John South Sr. appraised beef supplied by Elizabeth Callaway of Boonsboro, Kentucky County for Capt. John Holden of Col. Benjamin Logan militia. Names: David Gass.

6921-4-846-August 1780: Falls of Ohio. (Fort Nelson). August 1780. Refers to vouchers beginning-4-847.

6922-4-847-848-No date: Top document. Incomplete. John Rogers.

6923-4-847-848-August 14, 1780: Second document. No. 52. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue 5 pounds of flour for 2 wounded men at William Pendergast [house], who were sent down the River by George Rogers Clark at the Falls of Ohio.

6924-4-847-848-August 22, 1780: Third document. Ink has blurred. Reference to Falls of Ohio and expedition against the Shawnee. Cannot read names.

6925-4-849-850-August 16, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue 4 pounds of flour for the 2 wounded men at William Pendergast [house] at the Falls of Ohio.

6926-4-849-850-August 16, 1780: Second document. No. 42. William Shannon order at Falls of Ohio to deliver corn to Philemon Watson for use of his cart for the troops of Col. Slaughter.

6927-4-849-850-August ?, 1780: Third document. Tallow was issued at Fort Nelson at the Falls of Ohio. Names is incomplete.

6928-4-849-850-August 22, 1780: Fourth document. Blurred. Rations issued. Names: George Slaughter, Capt. Paul Thomas?

6929-4-849-850-August 22, 1780: Bottom document. Blurred. William Shannon order at Falls of Ohio for issuing powder.

BOX 626-FOLDER 74

LETTERS-SEPTEMBER 1780

Frames #851-857

3 documents filmed on 6 frames.

6930-4-852-853-September 20, 1780: Faded and blurred. Capt. John Dodge at Fort Clark issued 200 pounds of flour to Sergeant Wallis for use of soldiers of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

6931-4-854-855-September 19, 1780: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery instructions at Fort Clark to agent Capt. John Dodge to purchase $10,000 worth of merchandize, corn and flour and blankets needed for the troops as well as furniture for George Rogers Clark. Dodge is complimented for his experience and good judgement.

6932-4-856-September 8, 1780: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for $91 and 3/5 dollars for payment to Nicholas Lachance, who had supplied 2 loads of wood, 20 day rations for 2 soldiers, 55 pounds of pork, 2 bushels of corn, 10 day ration for a man, pork for 40 soldiers, and 350 pounds of flour for use of the troops of the state of Virginia. Some portions written in French.

BOX 626-FOLDER 75

PAPERS, SEPTEMBER 1780

Frames #858-915

93 documents filmed on 57 frames.

6933-4-859-November 4, 1780: Will Shannon at Falls of Ohio on Nov. 4, 1780 sent a Bill of Exchange to the Treasurer of Virginia to pay $9,000 to Capt. James Sullivan, who had supplied corn for troops stationed in the Illinois Department under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark. Archibald Blair, notary public certified Nov. 3, 1785 the Nov. 4, 1780 Bill of Exchange had been sent to the Treasurer of Virginia at Richmond, Virginia and that he had responded he could not pay. Archibald Blair also noted to Mr. Rich to pay interest for non payment of bill.

6934-4-860-December 14, 1780: Will Shannon at Lewisville [Louisville] sent Bill of Exchange for $1300 to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Mr. George Wilson, who had supplied liquor to troops stationed in the Illinois Department under command of George Rogers Clark. Names: Archibald Blair.

6935-4-861-October 11, 1780: Bill of Exchange for $1440 sent by Will Shannon at Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Mrs. Margaret Pendergrass for sundries furnished troops stationed in the Illinois Department under command of George Rogers Clark.

6936-4-862-October 16, 1780: Bill of Exchange for $150 sent by Will Shannon at Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Mrs. Margaret Pendergrass for sundries furnished troops stationed in the Illinois Department under command of George Rogers Clark.

6937-4-863-864-April 12, 1780: Written in French. John Dodge at Cahos certified account of Charles Gratiot, who had supplied tobacco, vermillion, etc.

6938-4-865-867-September 23, 1780: Faded. Duplicate filming with two frames with same number of 867. Written in French. Account of Mr. Datchunit. Names: John Dodge.

6939-4-867-869-September 23, 1780: -4-867 is different than-4-867 for Document 6944. Duplicate filming. Portions of document missing. John Williams certified services for rations to be issued. References to officers, wash woman and troops stationed at Cahos and Fort Clark. Names: ? LaCroix, Lieut. Richard Clark.

6940-4-870-871-September 21, 1780: Pay roll of Major Silas Harland of the militia of Clarksville from March 27 to September 21, 1780. Reference to horses, flour and corn. Names: Capt. Owings.

6941-4-872-875-September 3, 1780: Duplicate filming. Account of Capt. Abraham Keller with Commonwealth of Virginia at Fort Jefferson 1780-1781. First entry dated April 3, 1779 for bounty cash paid to John Hasta. Other entries refer to cash paid or for bounty money. Names: William Montgomery, George King, George Ware , Valentine Thomas Dalton, John Harris, John Shanks, Joseph Panter, John Harrod, Philip ?, Jacob Decker, Abraham McGatchin?, John Williams, George Hole, Laving Dorcey, David Russell, Haymon Duley, Philip Duley, Anthony Montroy, John Carns, Harmon Eagle.

6942-4-876-877-September 30, 1780: Top document. Abraham Chapline certified November 27, 1778 that Monsieur Cauneyea furnished wood and stone for Cahos garrison for use of troops.

6943-4-876-877-No date: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

6944-4-876-877-December 1778: Third document. Faded. Abraham Chapline certified Baptist Dummay furnished wood and stone for Cahos garrison for use of troops.

6945-4-876-877-September 30, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. No. 2. Rations received.

6946-4-876-877-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to Illinois Regiment. Unable to read other details.

6947-4-878-879-No date: Top document. Written in French. Faded. Reference to rations.

6948-4-878-879-September 30, 1780: Second document. Voucher No. 29. Names: Baptist [Beauvias].

6949-4-878-879-September 29, 1780: Third document. Names: John Williams, ? Cuyger?

6950-4-878-879-September 24, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read. Names: John Williams.

6951-4-878-879-September 4, 1780: Fifth document. Written in French. Names: ? Duchurrine?

6952-4-878-879-No date: Bottom document. Faded. Rations.

6953-4-880-881-September 12, 1780: Top document. Faded. Reference to beef.

6954-4-880-881-September 12, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

6955-4-880-881-September 28, 1780: Third document. Faded. Receipt. Names: Battist Socia?

6956-4-880-881-No date: Fourth document. Faded. ? Logan?. Reference to troops.

6957-4-880-881-September 30, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: John Williams, Baptist Dummay.

6958-4-882-883-May 1780: Top document. Cash given for recruits for May of 1780.

6959-4-882-883-September ?, 1780: Second document. Written in French.

6960-4-882-883-May 1780: Bottom left document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

6961-4-882-883-May 10, 1779: Bottom right document. Faded. Joseph Bowman certified payment of account for $8.00 to be drawn from George Rogers Clark account.

6962-4-884-885-September 11, 1780: Top document. Shirts, britches, and suits of clothing were issued. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

6963-4-884-885-September 28, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

6964-4-884-885-September 30, 1780: Third document. Rations issued at Kaskaskia. Names: John Rogers, William Robinson.

6965-4-884-885-No date: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

6966-4-884-885-No date: Fifth document. Rations.

6967-4-886-887-September 21, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams received 120 pounds of flour and 2 bushels of corn from Monsieur Ratian? for use of troops at Cahos.

6968-4-886-887-September 1780: Second document. John Montgomery order for powder and lead for troops at Cahos. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear.

6969-4-886-887-No date: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

6970-4-886-887-September 25, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Capt. Touranjeau.

6971-4-888-September 17, 1780: Top document. Faded. Written in French.

6972-4-888-September 25, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Incomplete. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty.

6973-4-888-September 28, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Henry Crutcher. Reference to troops.

6974-4-888-September 11, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Reference to Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. John Montgomery.

6975-4-888-September 7, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: John Montgomery, ? Raphielle?

6976-4-889-September 30, 1780: Top left document. Faded. No. 10. Names Isaac Levi.

6977-4-889-September 30, 1780: Top right document. No. 12. Names: Louis Touranjeau.

6978-4-889-September 13, 1780: Center document. Names: John Dorman.

6979-4-889-September 4, 1780: Bottom left document. Faded. Unable to read.

6980-4-889-September 30, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Unable to read.

6981-4-890-891-July 1780: Top document. James Finn certified Madam Touranjor? furnished funds at Fort Bowman.

6982-4-890-891-September 3, 1780: Second document. James Finn certified ? Joce? provided forage 7 days for Col. John Montgomery's horses at Fort Bowman.

6983-4-890-891-September 27, 1780: Third document. Written in French.

6984-4-890-891-September 24, 1780: Fourth document. Blurred. Names: John Williams

6985-4-890-891-September 17, 1780: Bottom document. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. [John] Dodge to issue a blanket and shirt for Kaskaskia expedition.

6986-4-892-893-September 16, 1780: Top document. No. 38. George Slaughter order for flour for himself and William Shannon for late expedition.

6987-4-892-893-September 11, 1780: Second document. Faded and blurred. Reference to Fort Jefferson.

6988-4-892-893-September 11, 1780: Third document. Patt Kennedy certified June 6, 1779 Casper Butcher had worked 6 days as artificer at Kaskaskia at the rate of $1.00 per day and was to be paid by goods from the country store. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to make payment.

6989-4-892-893-September 11, 1780: Bottom left document. Doctor Rey requested blanket.

6990-4-892-893-September ?, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

6991-4-894-895-September 24, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order at Falls of Ohio to Martin Ballard to issue powder and lead to Richard Harrison.

6992-4-894-895-September 25, 1780: Center document. Capt. Hardy Hill order for powder for 4 men.

6993-4-894-895-September 10, 1780: Bottom document. Top portion faded. Reference to linen paid for service of Charles Gratiot. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

6994-4-896-897-September 9, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to issue a blanket to Capt. Richard Brashear.

6995-4-896-897-September 28, 1780: Center document. Written in French. No. 32. Supplies furnished to sick men. Names: Capt. Richard Rogers, Pierre Cegnmont?

6996-4-896-897-September 13, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued coffee for use of Capt. Abraham Kellar. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Leonard Helms, David Russell.

6997-4-898-899-September 9, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue powder and lead to friendly indians, who came to relief at Fort Jefferson. Names: J. Sherlock, Martin Carney.

6998-4-898-899-September 23, 1780: Center document. Faded. Receipt of ? Duplasy. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

6999-4-898-899-September 20, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Dodge issued 4 shirts to the Chief of the Potawatomi Indians at Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. John Williams, Capt. John Dodge.

7000-4-900-901-September 13, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson Quartermaster issued sugar for mess of 10 officers of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of the Illinois Virginia Regiment. Names: Capt. George, Lieut. Clark, Major Clark, Ensign Wilson, Capt. Baley, Capt. Brashear, Doctor Ray, Major Farley?, and ?.

7001-4-900-901-September 10, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued blankets. Names: Capt. John Baley, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Ensign Laurence Slaughter, Capt. John Dodge.

7002-4-900-901-September ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. George.

7003-4-900-901-September 14, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts requested flour for 12 sick men. Names: Martin Picket, John Duncan.

7004-4-902-903-September 11, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark certified Richard Clark acted as an engineer of the workmen for 14 days in repairing Fort Kaskaskia during May of 1780 and was to be paid in goods. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7005-4-902-903-September 9, 1780: Center document. Faded. Reference to coffee. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Clovis Vail.

7006-4-902-903-September 10, 1780: Bottom document. Reference to issuing shirts at Fort Jefferson to 3 men, who came to relief of the fort. Names: Stephen Jefferson, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge, agent for the state of Virginia, Jasper or Casper Butcher.

7007-4-904-905-September 11, 1780: Top document. Blanket issued at Fort Jefferson to Capt. Abraham Kellar. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7008-4-904-905-September 10, 1780: Second document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued blanket. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge.

7009-4-904-905-September 13, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued blanket to Capt. Robert George. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7010-4-904-905-September 13, 1780: Fourth document. Zephaniah Blackford certified he received indian corn from Jacob Shilling for use of troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge, John Donne.

7011-4-904-905-September 9, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Contents issued at Fort Jefferson. Names: Ensign Laurence Slaughter, Capt. John Dodge, Capt. John Baley, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7012-4-906-907-September ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Ensign Thomas Wilson.

7013-4-906-907-September ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: William Shannon, John Ellison, Richard Clark.

7014-4-906-907-September 4, 1780: Third document. Faded. Reference to Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George, David Allen.

7015-4-906-907-September 12, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Dodge, John Montgomery.

7016-4-908-909-September 20, 1780: Top document. No. 5. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Patt Kennedy at Fort Jefferson to issue 50 pounds of flour and beef for use of Col. Clark's negroes and other people.

7017-4-908-909-September 19, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue cloth to make a coat for Capt. Bailey. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7018-4-908-909-September 15, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for use of Capt. John Baley co.

7019-4-908-909-September 13, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issue a blanket to Major [Richard] McCarty. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge.

7020-4-910-911-September 13, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson issue coffee to Leonard Helm.

7021-4-910-911-September ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7022-4-910-911-September 20, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Pierre [Beauvinue]

7023-4-910-911-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Powder and lead issued at Fort Jefferson. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7024-4-912-915-September 4, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, James Finn quartermaster at Fort Jefferson.

7025-4-912-915-September ?, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Portions are faded. Reference whiskey; Joseph and Jenny O'Malley who were in "tolerable health"; and Little Jack who had swollen feet; Names: Thomas Christy, Tommy McGrew, James Lind, George Grey, John Shearer, James Lindley, and Arthur Lindsey, Capt. Robert George.

7026-4-912-915-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Account of items supplied by Thomas Hutchings to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

BOX 626-FOLDER 76

VOUCHERS-SEPTEMBER 1780

Frames #916 -

22 documents filmed on 12 frames.

7027-4-917-No date: Blank sheet.

7028-4-918-919-September 10, 1780: Top document. Camp Jefferson gave $1000 to Richard McCarty for recruitment done by Laurence Slaughter.

7029-4-918-919-September 24, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Dodge of Fort Jefferson by order of George Rogers Clark issued blue cloth to Major Harlan. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7030-4-918-919-September 23, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7031-4-918-919-September 1, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco to John Grimshaw.

7032-4-920-921-September 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco.

7033-4-920-921-September 15, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George certified Mrs. Breadin had made 4 shirts and a waist coat for Capt. John Baley's use on expedition. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7034-4-920-921-September 16, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George at Fort Jefferson certified Andrew Clark was artificer for public works.

7035-4-920-921-September 30, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issuing 4 yards of flannel to bury a soldier of Capt. Kellar's company. Names: George Rogers Clark.

7036-4-922-923-September 22, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark and Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth and thread to Major Silas Harlan.

7037-4-922-923-September 23, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert Evans, Capt. John Dodge, Fort Clark.

7038-4-922-923-September 13, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for Capt. John Evans at Fort Jefferson to issue total of 40 blankets for use in companies of Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Edward Worthington and Capt. Richard McCarty.

7039-4-924-925-September 10, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery and George Rogers Clark order for Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue clothing to Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

7040-4-924-925-September 10, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order for Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue coffee, sugar, rope, fish line, large crock?, and other articles for use of troops.

7041-4-924-925-October 12, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George certified Mrs. Johns had made 5 shirts and was to be paid in goods from the company store.

7042-4-924-925-September 26, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Sergeant Anderson.

7043-4-926-927-October 26, 1780: Top document. Mrs. Frames Bredin received linen and thread to make 6 shirts for troops at Fort Jefferson.

7044-4-926-927-September 10, 1780: Center document. List of Capt. Richard McCarty company of Regulars raised by order of George Rogers Clark in 1779 that had not received clothing and who enlisted for the war's duration. There were 18 soldiers: Jacque Andre, James Penex, John Perir, Jean Fry, ? Blanchard, [Francois]? L'Enfant, ? Pile, ? Lash?, ? Prepin, William Nilroy?, James Harrison, Richard Loying, Jacque Ragnux?, ? Rickey?, ? Lafort, ? Cagnier, ? Metiuis, and ? Puse?. Capt. McCarty certified clothing was issued at Fort Jefferson. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge.

7045-4-926-927-September 10, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Dodge issued cloth at Fort Jefferson to John Donne.

7046-4-928-929-September 8, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to issue an English blanket to Lieut. Michael [Perault].

7047-4-928-929-September 11, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 shirts each to soldiers: John Hazzard, John Riley, Andrew [Kennedy], Jacob Deverin?, George Armstrong, who had enlisted for 3 years and were entitled to the shirts. Names: George Rogers Clark, Valentine Thomas Dalton.

7048-4-928-929-September 11, 1780: Third document. Ammunition was issued at Fort Jefferson to Capt. Richard Brashear. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar.

7049-4-928-929-September 11, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Lieut. Gerault.

7050-4-930-September 8, 1780: Top document. Ration for 8 men issued at Fort Jefferson. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

7051-4-930-September ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Reference to fatigue (Military Duty).

7052-4-930-September 14, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 6 pounds of sugar for sick family.

7053-4-930-September 10, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead. Names: John Merriweather.

7054-4-930-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for Fort Jefferson to issue rations for 1 man and 2 children.

7055-4-931-September 13, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 11 rations. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7056-4-931-September 9, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for taffia for the Kaskaskia Indian Chief Baptist.

7057-4-931-September 13, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7058-4-931-September 10, 1780: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson quartermaster issued 1 pound of powder. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7059-4-931-September 10, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 2 pounds of sugar to volunteer Thomas Herth?.

7060-4-932-935-September 14, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson quartermaster issued 1/2 pounds of sugar to Capt. John Baley for a sick man. Names: Lawrence Slaughter.

7061-4-932-935-September 13, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Richard Harrison order for 3 day ration for 1 sergeant and 10 privates.

7062-4-932-935-September 12, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for rations for sick.

7063-4-932-935-September 10, 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pounds of sugar and 1 pound of soap for the Doctor. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7064-4-932-935-September 10, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue ammunition to 3 volunteers, who came with the expedition.

7065-4-936-July 15, 1780: Top document. Rations issued by Fort Clark for 2 men, who went on expedition to Fort Jefferson to get provisions. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Valentine Thomas Dalton.

7066-4-936-September 10, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued powder, lead and tobacco to a party of [Indians] who were going to revenge the injury done at Big Knife. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge, Martin Carney.

7067-4-936-July 8, 1780: Third document. Rations issued by Fort Clark for 10 men on command from Fort Jefferson to get provisions for troops. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Valentine Thomas Dalton.

7068-4-936-September 12, 1780: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 1 pound of sugar to 2 men of Capt. Abraham Kellar co. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7069-4-936-September 10, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 3 pounds of sugar to Widow Hughes for 2 sick.

7070-4-937-938-September 10, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to George Lunsford, who was in Capt. John Baley and who was sick. Names: Laurence Slaughter, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7071-4-937-938-September 11, 1780: Second document. By order of George Rogers Clark and Capt. Robert George 11 blankets were issued by Capt. John Dodge to 3 year enlisted soldiers: John Hazard, Charles Morgan, John Grimshaw,

7071-4-937-938-September 11, 1780-Continued: Matthew Jones, Richard Turpin, William Beverley, John Smothers, Paul Givens, James McMullen, Jacob Diteren, George Armstrong.

7072-4-937-938-September 13, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued soap for 10 men of Capt. Richard McCarty company. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7073-4-937-938-September 12, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 pound of sugar for use of Lieut. Girault.

7074-4-939-940-September 10, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to sick soldier Clovis? Movay?. Names: Laurence Slaughter, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7075-4-939-940-September 11, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Charles Evans, who was sick and in Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: Richard Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7076-4-939-940-September 10, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar and coffee. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7077-4-941-944-September 9, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Account of taffia and sugar delivered by order of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to the inhabitants at Fort Jefferson. Faded. Names: Ezekiel Johnston. Unable to read other names.

7078-4-941 -944-September 28, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued rations to Lieut. Richard Clark. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7079-4-945-946-September 12, 1780: Top document. Martin Carney received 10 yards of white linen and 2 linen handkerchiefs from Capt. John Dodge. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery and Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to pay 6 men, who had brought provisions.

7080-4-945-946-September 12, 1780: Second document. Faded. Incomplete. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Martin Carney, Fort Jefferson.

7081-4-945-946-September 10, 1780: Bottom left document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue sugar to Jaco Dittoring of the Artillery, who was sick.

7082-4-945-946-September 12, 1780: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson quartermaster issued lead and powder to a man in Capt. Edward Worthington's co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7083-4-947-948-September 11, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 3 pounds of sugar to Joshua Archer, who had served on an expedition.

7084-4-947-948-September 12, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue barge to Capt. John Dodge, Agent for Virginia, who was going on public business to Kaskaskia.

7085-4-947-948-September 9, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and taffia for use of sick soldiers: Levi Theal, William Thompson, Robert Witt, and Peter Shepherd, who were in Capt. John Baley company.

7086-4-947-948-September 9, 1780: Bottom document. Soap issued at Fort Jefferson to Mr. Donne. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

7087-4-949-950-September 9, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue soap to Lieut. Williams.

7088-4-949-950-September 13, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue sugar at Fort Jefferson.

7089-4-949-950-September 2, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue tobacco to soldier Richard Hopkins.

7090-4-949-950-September 9, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue powder and lead to Frederick S. Guion.

7091-4-951-952-September 9, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Macajah Mayfield and family, who were sick.

7092-4-951-952-September 8, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue sugar for Mr. Oiler's family.

7093-4-951-952-September 8, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 gallon of taffia for Indians, who had come with Major Richard McCarty.

7094-4-951-952-No Date: Fourth document. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7095-4-951-952-September 8, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue ration for 1 sick woman and 2 children in Capt. Edward Worthington co.

7096-4-953-September 9, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to sick family of Anthony Lunsford. Names: John Montgomery, Capt. John Baley.

7097-4-953-September 9, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar and taffia to sick soldiers: William Crump, Dan Williams of Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7098-4-953-September 9, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 4 pounds of sugar to James Merriweather. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7099-4-953-September 8, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Thomas Kirk?. Names: John Montgomery.

7100-4-954-955-September 8, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pounds of sugar to Madam Hughes for use of her sick children.

7101-4-954-955-September 9, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for sugar and taffia to be issued for sick. Names: George Owning, Henry Stuart.

7102-4-954-955-September 11, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Doctor Rey.

7103-4-954-955-September 9, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 blanket to Lieut. John Girault.

7104-4-954-955-September ?, 1780: Fifth document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7105-4-956-959-September 9, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Agent Capt. John Dodge issue 2 gallons of taffia for use of indian allies.

7106-4-956-959-September 9, 1780: Second document. Bottle of taffia issued. Names: Capt. John Baley, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7107-4-956-959-September 8, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 1 quart of taffia to Zephaniah Blackford.

7108-4-956-959-September 8, 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. William Shannon at Falls of Ohio issued 58 pounds of beef to Capt. Silas Harlan for party going to Fort Jefferson.

7109-4-956-959-September 9, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery and Lieut. Richard Clark order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue full clothing allowance to Richard Underwood, who had enlisted as a soldier for 3 years or for the War.

7110-4-960-962-September 11, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson quartermaster issued sugar and soap Zephaniah Blackford. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7111-4-960-962-September 9, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to washer woman Mary Demore in Capt. Robert George Co.

7112-4-960 -962-September 11, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued ammunition. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7113-4-960-962-September 9, 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 1 pink of taffia and 1 pound of sugar for sick soldiers John Johnston and William Baley in Capt. John Baley co. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7114-4-960-962-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert Todd was issued 14 land office survey warrants of 560 acres each from George Rogers Clark for recruiting for the Illinois regiment.

7115-4-963-964-September 9, 1780: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Capt. George Owens of the militia for use of his sick family. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7116-4-963-964-September 6, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued ball to Michael Perault. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

7117-4-963-964-September 8, 1780: Third document. Martin Carney issue taffia for use of Fort Jefferson. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7118-4-963-964-September 9, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Nelly Lewis, who was sick.

7119-4-965-966-September 9, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to 5 sick men of Capt. John Baley. Names: Laurence Slaughter, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Martin Carney.

7120-4-965-966-September 9, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue sugar and 1 pint of taffia to sick son of Matthew Jones family.

7121-4-965-966-September 8, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark requested Sharlow Veele to supply [bread].

7122-4-965-966-September 3, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco issue for use of Capt. John Baley co. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George, Sergeant John Vaughan.

7123-4-967-968-September 8, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia and sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7124-4-967-968-September 10, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to give 2 pounds of sugar to the widow of Daniel Meredith, who had been killed by [Indians] on the morning of the 17 of July [1780]. Names: Martin Carney.

7125-4-967-968-September 5, 1780: Third document. John Donne received 11 bags for transporting provisions to Fort Jefferson to replace those destroyed by soldiers.

7126-4-967-968-No Date: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue ammunition to [Jarret] Williams.

7127-4-969-970-September 8, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pounds of sugar for the family of Matthew Murrey.

7128-4-969-970-September 1, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issued 1 pint of whiskey for use of the 2 wounded during the Shawnee expedition.

7129-4-969-970-September 8, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery issued sugar for sick soldiers. Names: Charles Morgan, Samuel McDaniel.

7130-4-969-970-September 8, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issue sugar to Joseph Hunter at Clark Town, who was unable to travel and his family was sick. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7131-4-971-972-September 3, 1780: Top document. Monsieur Charleville supplied 307 pounds of fresh beef for use of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery troops, who were on their way to the relief of Camp Jefferson. Names: Patt Kennedy.

7132-4-971-972-September 8, 1780: Second document. Blurred. Sugar and coffee ration issued. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7133-4-971-972-September 8, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue taffia and sugar.

7134-4-971-972-September 8, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of taffia for ? Archer, who was had handled himself well when sent on an expedition.

7135-4-973-No Date: Top document. Unable to read.

7136-4-973-September 8, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to issue soap and sugar.

7137-4-973-September 3, 1780: Third document. Invoice of goods purchased and delivered for relief of Camp Jefferson. Items listed: blue stroud, blankets, linen, muslin, calico, checked handkerchiefs. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Israel Dodge.

7138-4-974-975-September 8, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 1 pint of taffia and 2 pounds of sugar to Joseph Thornton, Pat [Mars] wife and child in Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, V., Martin, and Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7139-4-974-975-September 8, 1780: Center document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for Fort Jefferson to issue soap and sugar.

7140-4-974-975-September 3, 1780: Bottom document. Invoice and receipt for goods. Names: Patt Kennedy.

7141-4-976-September 7, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 1 quart of taffia to Mrs. Oilier for use of her sick child.

7142-4-976-September 7, 1780: Second document. Captain John Dodge order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 6 gallons of taffia for friendly indians.

7143-4-976-September 8, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 1 quart of taffia and 2 pounds of sugar to Jacob Shillings for use of sick.

7144-4-976-September 8, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue taffia and sugar to Francis Gamlin [Gamelin].

7145-4-977-September 7, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of taffia to Archibald Lochard for use of his sick family.

7146-4-977-September 7, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for a quart of taffia for John McCormack for his wife.

7147-4-977-September 8, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 1 quart of taffia to John Bryan for his sick family.

7148-4-977-September 8, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue a quart of taffia to James Young for public use.

7149-4-978-979-September 8, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of taffia and 3 pounds of sugar to Edward Parker, Francis Hardin, and John Clark, who were in Capt. John Baley co.

7150-4-978-979-September 6, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead as payment for friendly indians killing meat for use of troops. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Robert George, and Martin Carney.

7151-4-978-979-September 8, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 3 pounds of sugar for Mrs. Means family.

7152-4-978-979-September 7, 1780: Bottom document. James Young received a certificate for hauling at the public works 5 days at Fort Jefferson. Payment for $256 on the Commonwealth of Virginia. Names: Martin Carney.

7153-4-980-981-September 12, 1780: Memorandum of articles received from Monsieur Jacob Gratiot for the commonwealth of Virginia in George Rogers Clark Department at Fort Jefferson. Items listed: knife, bells, coffee, sugar, taffia, corn, log chain, and stock lock. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7154 -4-982-983-September 12, 1780: Inventory of articles delivered by Capt. John Dodge to quartermaster Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson. Items: log chain, frow, stock lock, single tree, iron wedge, chisels, iron, cherry board planks, axes, steel, mattock, grind stone, 3 milk cows, 1 heifer, hoe, 2 horse bells, 1 drawing knife, 2 iron chains, 3, augers, and 1 horse collar. Names: J. Donne.

7155-4-984-985-September 20, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Capt. Abraham Kellar. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7156-4-984-985-September 8, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a bottle of taffia to Lindley Edward? Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7157-4-984-985-September 25, 1780: Third document. Ration of salt and corn issued. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, Anthony Robbins, Capt. Crump.

7158-4-984-985-September 27, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to sick soldier Richard Underwood. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George, Capt. Edward Worthington.

7159-4-986-987-September 25, 1780: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 20 men. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, George Slaughter.

7160-4-986-987-September 18, 1780: Second document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pounds of sugar to Peter Hildebrant.

7161-4-986-987-September 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to soldier David Allen of Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7162-4-986-987-September 23, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to

7162-4-986-987-September 23, 1780-Continued: issue sugar to Frances Little, who was sick.

7163-4-988-989-September 26, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Jefferson for powder and lead ration for 2 men, who came with him from Illinois. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7164-4-988-989-September 27, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to 2 men of Capt. Richard Brashear co.

7165-4-988-989-September 27, 1780: Third document. Faded. Sugar issued at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

7166-4-988-989-September 22, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson for 5 day ration for 4 soldiers.

7167-4-988-989-September 18, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to sick soldier Andrew Johnson of Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

7168-4-990-991-September 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue powder, lead and flint to John Hazard of the artillery.

7169-4-990-991-September ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Thomas Brant, Moses Lunsford.

7170-4-990-991-September 15, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to sick soldier Joseph Panter of Capt. Abraham Kellar co. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

7171-4-990-991-September 23, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 20 pounds of beef for his mess at the Falls of Ohio.

7172-4-990-991-September 20, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue 50 pounds of flour for use of 5 soldiers, who were going on express to Camp Jefferson.

7173-4-992-993-September 6, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 pounds of sugar for use of sick family of Archibald Lockart, who was in Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: Martin Carny, Lieut. Richard Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7174-4-992-993-September 15, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Jacob Ditterin for sick.

7175-4-992-993-September 16, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued soap to William Clark. Names: Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

7176-4-992-993-September 16, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue 6 pounds of soap for 12 men of Capt. Abraham Kellar co.

7177-4-994-995-September 16, 1780: Top document. Jerrot Williams requested 1 quart of taffia at Fort Jefferson. Names: Martin Carney.

7178-4-994-995-September 15, 1780: Second document. Salt ration issued by Falls of Ohio for 5 men of Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: John Wilson, Capt. Richard Harrison.

7179-4-994-995-September 18, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 pounds of sugar for 4 sick men of Capt. John Baley. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7180-4-994-995-September 19, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue 1 pound of sugar for sick family of Matthew Jones. Verso has rank and file list.

7181-4-994-995-September 13, 1780: Fifth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue soap to Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter.

7182-4-994-995-September 19, 1780: Bottom document. One side faded. Other side incomplete. Appears to be a note written at Cohas. Reference to a cousin.

7183-4-996-September 19, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to William Crump. Names: Capt. Worthington, Capt. Robert George.

7184-4-996-September 18, 1780: Second document. Camp Jefferson issued sugar for 5 sick men.

7184-4-996-September 18, 1780-Continued: Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Richard Brashear, Isaac Allen, Joseph Ross, William Bethelman?, Joseph Carney, Thomas Sharlock.

7185-4-996-September 15, 1780: Third document. Sugar issued. Names: Joseph Hunter, Clark Vale, Capt. Robert George.

7186-4-996-September 13, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 12 pounds of soap for 24 men of Capt. John Baley co.

7187-4-997-September 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue sugar to a sick soldier Bill McCauley.

7188-4-997-September 14, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar for 2 sick men of Capt. Abraham Kellar co. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7189-4-997-September 14, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order for sugar ration for Francis Little, who was sick.

7190-4-997-September 9, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George. Reference to sick.

7191-4-997-September 16, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue powder, lead and flannel to make cartridges.

7192-4-998-999-September 13, 1780: Top document. A cow was received for use of troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: J. Donne, Martin Carney, Capt. John Dodge.

7193-4-998-999-September 14, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 2 pounds of sugar to Mrs. Birks [Burks].

7194-4-998-999-September 19, 1780: Third document. Faded. Reference to sick soldier Edward Johnson at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7195-4-998-999-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7196-4-1000-1002-September 8, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued at Fort Jefferson. Names: Martin Carney, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Leonard Helm.

7197-4-1000-1002-September 3, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to Sergeant Anderson for use of Capt. Robert George co.

7198-4-1000-1002-September 8, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued for sick. Names: Michael Perault, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7199-4-1000-1002-September 14, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued sugar for sick soldiers: James Brown and Samuel Allen of Capt. Richard Brashear co. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7200-4-1003-1004-September 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to John Hazard of the artillery.

7201-4-1003-1004-September 14, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to sick soldier James Thomson of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

7202-4-1003-1004-September 13, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to sick soldier Zachariah Williams of Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

7203-4-1003-1004-September 13, 1780: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Reubin Kemp of Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark and Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7204-4-1003-1004-September 13, 1780: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead for 2 men. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7205-4-1005-1006-September 13, 1780: Faded. George Armstrong, John Hazard, Andrew Conore, John Riley and Jacob Ditterin, soldiers, who had enlisted for 3 years. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, Capt. Robert George and Capt. John Dodge.

7206-4-1007-September 10, 1780: Incomplete. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Jefferson for use of a barge to go to Kaskaskia with 23 men. Reference to Mississippi River.

7207-4-1008-1009-September 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue sugar to a sick man of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

7208-4-1008-1009-September 13, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Leonard Helm.

7209-4-1008-1009-September 14, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 2 day rations for 27 men.

7210 -4-1008-1009-September 13, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue soap to John Donne.

7211-4-1010-1011-September 13, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson issue half pound of soap to 32 men of the artillery.

7212-4-1010-1011-September 7, 1780: Second document. Gun and cloth issued at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Michael Perault, Daniel Graffin?

7213-4-1010-1011-September 8, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue 2 pounds of sugar and 1 pint of taffia to Nathen [Nathan Allen].

7214-4-1012-September 7, 1780: Gun and cloth issued to Daniel Graffin? Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7215-4-1013-1014-September 23, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Salt. Names: George Rogers Clark, ? Datchural.

7216-4-1013-1014-September 12, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Dodge, David Glen.

7217-4-1013-1014-September 9, 1780: Third document on left. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7218-4-1013-1014-September 12, 1780: Fourth document on right. Names: Capt. John Baley, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7219-4-1013-1014-May 10, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman certified Joseph Bissonet had supplied to the state of Virginia a horse for use by the troops on expedition to Kaskaskia Jan. 19, 1779. A blanket, which was used was not given back.

7220-4-1015-1016-September ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Written in French?. Unable to read.

7221-4-1015-1016-September 23, 1780: Second document. Written in French. 90 rations issued. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty.

7222-4-1015-1016-September ?, 1780: Third document. Blurred and faded. Rations of corn and beef. Names: George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

7223-4-1015-1016-July 31, 1780: Fourth document. James Finn certified a soldier was given billet with Joseph Ceruicform? from July 5 to 31, 1780.

7224-4-1015-1016-No Date: Bottom document. Reverse omitted B 3 No. 744.

7225-4-1017-1018-July 4, 1780: Top document. James Finn certified a soldier was given billet with Ce Ciel from July 4 to 6, 1780.

7226-4-1017-1018-No Date: Second document. Written in French. Names: J. Trottier.

7227-4-1017-1018-September ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Fort Clark.

7228-4-1017-1018-September 27, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark to issue ration to 13, who came on the [boat].

7229-4-1017-1018-No Date: Bottom document. Reverse omitted B 3 No 744.

7230-4-1019-1022-September 27, 1780: Top document. Doctor George Hart requested rations for himself, 2 wounded men and 1 attendant. Names: George Slaughter.

7231-4-1019-1022-September ?, 1780: Second document. Account of state of Virginia with Frank Coleman.

7232-4-1019-1022-September 27, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: David Walls. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7233-4-1019-1022-September 22, 1780: Bottom document. Ebenezer Titus, James Cox and Thomas Akers of Kentucky County appraised a horse of William Morrow. Names: John Bowman.

7234-4-1023-1024-September 24, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams certified a soldier had been given billet for 30 days.

7235-4-1023-1024-September ?, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7236-4-1023-1024-September ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Ration issued to ? Coarrier.?

7237-4-1023-1024-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Capt. Richard Brashear certified the bearer had furnished 25 rations.

7238-4-1025-1026-September 25, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Soldiers were lodged. Names: John Williams, ? DuChance.

7239-4-1025-1026-September 25, 1780: Second document. Written in French. A soldier was lodged. Names: Capt. John Williams, ? Duchance.

7240-4-1025-1026-September 25, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard McCarty order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Clark to issue articles to the sick.

7241-4-1025-1026-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Leonard Helm, Henry Crutcher.

7242-4-1027-1028-September ?, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7243-4-1027-1028-September 27, 1780: Second document. Reference to soldier. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7244-4-1027-1028-August 16, 1780: Third document. Rations furnished. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty.

7245-4-1027-1028-September ?, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Names: ? Courrier.

7246-4-1027-1028-September ?, 1780: Fifth document. Soldier was lodged for 3 days. names: Capt. John Williams.

7247-4-1029-1030-September ?, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7248-4-1029-1030-September 4, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: DuCharny?

7249-4-1029-1030-September 24, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified a soldier had been given billet while on expedition.

7250-4-1031-1032-September 18, 1780: Top document. Capt. William Oldham certified George Wilson had supplied 30 pounds of flour, 15 pounds of dry beef and 1/8 bushel of indian corn for himself while on expedition commanded by George Rogers Clark against the Shawnee Indians.

7251-4-1031-1032-October 24, 1779: Second document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty certified 64 rations at Cahos.

7252 -4-1033-1034-September 25, 1780: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

7253-4-1033-1034-May 21, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Rations issued at Cahos. Names: ? Trottier.

7254-4-1035-1037-September 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams certified a soldier was lodged 2 months.

7255-4-1035-1037-September 14, 1780: Second document. No. 34. George Slaughter order for 6 pounds of flour for wounded officer Lieut. Joseph Brown.

7256-4-1035-1037-September 15, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for salt and corn ration for 1 sergeant gunner and 10 matross.

7257-4-1035-1037-September 16, 1780: Fourth document. Monsieur Charleville received $6.00 from Patt Kennedy at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Rogers.

7258-4-1035-1037-September 11, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery requested powder and lead.

7259-4-1038-1039-September 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for salt and corn ration for a sergeant gunner and 10 matross.

7260-4-1038-1039-September 10, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order at Falls of Ohio for 3 day mess ration for 1 sergeant gunner and 9 matross.

7261-4-1038-1039-September 11, 1780: Third document. Ration for powder and lead. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Mr. Mombrus, Michael Perault.

7262-4-1038-1039-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. No. 32. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7263-4-1040-1041-September 11, 1780: Top document. Payment for stockings given to indians on behalf of the state of Virginia at Kaskaskia. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. John Dodge.

7264-4-1040-1041-August 14, 1780: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 6 quarts and a half pint of taffia by Capt. John Baley. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

7265-4-1040-1041-July 31, 1780: Third document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order ration of beef for 5 artillery persons stationed at Fort Patrick Henry.

7266-4-1040-1041-September 10, 1780: Fourth document. Ammunition ration issued. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7267-4-1040-1041-June 11, 1780: Bottom document. Cow hide issued. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson, Zephaniah Blackford.

7268-4-1042-1043-June 12, 1780: Top document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for ration of 226 pounds of beef and 100 hundred pounds of indian corn for indians going from Fort Patrick Henry to Fort Jefferson.

7269-4-1042-1043-September 10, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order at Falls of Ohio for ration of beef for mess.

7270-4-1042-1043-June 30, 1780: Third document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for 5 artillery persons stationed at Fort Patrick Henry.

7271-4-1042-1043-June 6, 1780: Fourth document. Ration of beef given to indians at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, James Leaback?

7272-4-1042-1043-June 5, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson requested 7 day ration for billeting 1 man with inhabitants at Fort Patrick Henry.

7273-4-1044-1045-September ?, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for gun, powder and lead.

7274-4-1044-1045-June 30, 1780: Second document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 60 rations to the agent and interpreter of the Indian Department.

7275-4-1044-1045-September 9, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. John Dodge and state of Virginia.

7276-4-1044-1045-September 9, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. William Bruce requested a bottle of rum.

7277-4-1046-1047-September 9, 1780: Top document. ? Bentley was paid by Deputy Agent Israel Dodge for demand against Capt. John Dodge.

7278-4-1046-1047-September 9, 1780: Second document. State of Virginia purchased rags at Falls of Ohio. Names: William Shannon, Bland Ballard.

7279-4-1046-1047-No Date: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney to issue 4 pounds of sugar and 1 gallon of taffia to Mr. Donne.

7280-4-1046-1047-September 8, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued 4 days for 2 wounded and an attender. Names: Sergeant George Hart, George Slaughter.

7281-4-1048-1049-September 8, 1780: Top document. Faded. Capt. John Dodge issued a bottle of taffia and tobacco.

7282-4-1048-1049-September ?, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for ration of salt.

7283-4-1048-1049-September 9, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter order for flour for 1 sick man of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

7284-4-1048-1049-July 25, 1780: Bottom document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for bread for 7 men on command for provisions for Camp Jefferson. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

7285-4-1050-1051-September 9, 1780: Top document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry for 18 rations for the agent and interpreter of the Indian Department.

7286-4-1050-1051-August 31, 1780: Second document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to Fort Patrick Henry for 62 rations for the agent and interpreter of the Indian Department.

7287-4-1050-1051-September 10, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter order for flour ration for William Stringer?, who was wounded.

7288-4-1050-1051-August 31, 1780: Fourth document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for rations for the Document 7288-4-1050-1051-August 31, 1780-Continued: artillery company at Fort Patrick Henry.

7289-4-1050-1051-August 20, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 quarts of taffia to Capt. John Baley.

7290-4-1052-1053-No Date: Top document. Ration of beef and pork.

7291-4-1052-1053-August 10, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Baly signed at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 quarts of taffia.

7292-4-1052-1053-July 31, 1780: Third document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order at Fort Patrick Henry for 62 rations for agent and interpreter of Indian Department.

7293-4-1052-1053-September 8, 1780: Fourth document. Whiskey issued. Names: Joseph Damment?

7294-4-1052-1053-September 10, 1780: Fifth document. Quart of salt issued for use of the sick. Names: Capt. John Williams, Major Hall.

7295-4-1054-1057-September 8, 1780: Top document. No. 23. Capt. Richard Harrison order to issue ration of corn and salt for a sergeant and 9 men at the Falls of Ohio.

7296-4-1054-1057-September 30, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Joseph Saunders order for whiskey. Names: George Slaughter.

7297-4-1054-1057-September 2, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Jacob Vanmeter. Bill of exchange issued for $4,500. Names: William Oldham.

7298-4-1054-1057-September 6, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. James Slaughter order for 3 pounds of flour for a sick soldier of Capt. Robertson.

7299-4-1058-1059-September 6, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order at Falls of Ohio for 2 guns purchased from John Handley. Names: William Shannon.

7300-4-1058-1059-September 8, 1780: Second document. Silas Harlon received at Falls of Ohio provisions from William Shannon for loading on boat. Reference to Clarksville. Names: Fred Dunsfield.

7301-4-1058-1059-September 8, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to William Shannon at Falls of Ohio to issue corn, salt and whiskey to Major Silas Harlan for use of troops.

7302-4-1058-1059-September 3, 1780: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issue 39 pounds of beef for mess. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, George Rogers Clark.

7303-4-1060-1063-September 3, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued 3 day beef ration for 29 men. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Richard Harrison.

7304-4-1060-1063-September 6, 1780: Second document. No. 45. Fort Clark issued 3 day ration for 2 officers. Names: Doctor Rey.

7305-4-1060-1063-September ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: William Shannon.

7306-4-1060-1063-September 4, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Ration of salt and beef. Names: Sergeant George Hart, George Slaughter.

7307-4-1060-1063-September 5, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 4 pounds of flour for 2 men.

7308-4-1064-1065-September 9, 1780: Top document. James Finn received 8 pounds of pitch to repair a barge going on command to Camp Jefferson. Names: Monsieur Decharine, Monsieur Gratiot.

7309-4-1064-1065-September 12, 1780: Second document. Falls of Ohio issue buffalo beef for 9 men. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, George Rogers Clark.

7310-4-1064-1065-August 30, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Cahos sent a Bill of Exchange to Oliver Pollock of New Orleans or Treasurer of

7310-4-1064-1065-August 30, 1780-Continued: Virginia for $1550 payable to John Baptist Malvorte for recruitment service.

7311-4-1066-1067-September 30, 1780: Top document. State of Virginia account with Thomas McGee for 15 bushels of salt. Bill of Exchange issued on Treasury of Virginia for payment. Names: Will Shannon.

7312-4-1066-1067-September ?, 1780: Second document. Rations issued for Capt. Nathan Monfort. Names: George Rogers Clark.

7313-4-1066-1067-September 8, 1780: Third document. Faded. Ration of salt, beef and flour.

7314-4-1068-1069-September 30, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for 4 day ration of salt and corn for 14 men going on command.

7315-4-1068-1069-September 2, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Falls of Ohio for corn for mess. Names: [Bland] Ballard.

7316-4-1068-1069-September 9, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. [Francois] Bosseron.

7317-4-1070-1071-September ?, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order for beef, salt and flour ration for a wounded man. Names: Bland Ballard.

7318-4-1070-1071-September 25, 1780: Second document. Faded. Capt. John Williams order for 30 rations.

7319-4-1070-1071-September 24, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified a man had been given billet and qualified for rations.

7320-4-1070-1071-September 25, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty order for 87 rations.

7321-4-1070-1071-September 21, 1780: Bottom document. Ration of corn. Names: Lieut. Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

7322-4-1072-1073-September ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Account of Thomas Brady. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7323-4-1072-1073-July 31, 1780: Second document. James Finn certified a soldier was given billet with ? Baptiste.

7324-4-1072-1073-September ? , 1780: Third document. Written in French. Faded. Unable to read.

7325-4-1072-1073-September ?, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Faded. Names: ? Trottier.

7326-4-1072-1073-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: ? Trottier.

7327-4-1074-1075-July 30, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7328-4-1074-1075-September 21, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: Trottier.

7329-4-1074-1075-September 21, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7330-4-1074-1075-September 3, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark to Capt. John Dodge to pay $10,000 for merchandize supplied by Joseph Kennedy.

7331-4-1076-1077-September 30, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Michael Perault.

7332-4-1076-1077-September 24, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard McCarty order for 30 rations.

7333-4-1076-1077-September 22, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7334-4-1078-1079-September 21, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified a soldier was given billet.

7335-4-1078-1079-August 25, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty order to issue 90 rations.

7336-4-1078-1079-September 25, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams certified soldier was given billet for 38 days.

7337-4-1078-1079-Oct. 12, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Richard McCarty certified soldier furnished 49 rations from August 25 to Oct. 12, 1780.

7338-4-1078-1079-July 5, 1780: Bottom document. James Finn certified a soldier was given billet with ? Dumay at Fort Bowman.

7339-4-1080-1081-August 25, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty certified a soldier 90 rations. Names: ? Linctot.

7340-4-1080-1081-September ?, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Faded.

7341-4-1080-1081-September ?, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams certified ? Codien? was given billet for 4 days.

7342-4-1080-1081-May 13, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Reference to Cahos. Names: ? Trottier.

7343-4-1080-1081-September 24, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified was given billet.

7344-4-1082-1083-September 18, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order for 7 day ration for a [soldier] in George Rogers Clark company.

7345-4-1082-1083-September 15, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Kaskaskia to issue linen for payment of a hog for use of troops.

7346-4-1082-1083-September 9, 1780: Third document. No. 92. Account of state of Virginia with John Johnson.

7347-4-1082-1083-September 1780: Fourth document. Reverse omitted. B-4. No 755. Sept. 1780.

7348-4-1084-1085-September 1, 1780: Top document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for 5 artillery men at.

7349-4-1084-1085-October 12, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified ? Garcia furnished 40 rations.

7350-4-1084-1085-September ?, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7351-4-1084-1085-September 17, 1780: Bottom document. George Slaughter order to issue ration for 1 sick [soldier]. Names: George Hart.

7352-4-1086-1087-September 10, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Kaskaskia to issue flour, corn, lead and bags. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Monsieur [Duplasy].

7353-4-1086-1087-September 4, 1780: Second document. James Slaughter order for whiskey.

7354-4-1086-1087-September 17, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue flour.

7355-4-1086-1087-September 2, 1780: Fourth document. Ration of corn and salt. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison.

7356-4-1088-1089-September 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue 3 day rations for 25 men and 3 day ration of flour for 12 sick men.

7357-4-1088-1089-September ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

7358-4-1088-1089-September 20, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 40 rations.

7359-4-1090-1091-June ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Reference to sick at Fort Bowman. Names: James Finn.

7360-4-1090-1091-September 25, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Williams certified ? LaBrun? [took] 3 loads to the Mississippi [River].

7361-4-1090-1091-September ? , 1780: Third document. No. 8. Faded. Unable to read.

7362-4-1092-1093-September 30, 1780: Top document. Voucher of Charles LaCroix. Written in French.

7363-4-1092-1093-September 30, 1780: Second document. Faded. Reference to linen. Names: William Day.

7364-4-1094-1097-September 30, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to rations for troops at Cahos. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Charles Beauteau, Capt. John Williams.

7365-4-1094-1097-September 30, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to recruiting at Fort Clark. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7366-4-1098-September 30, 1780: Account of state of Virginia with Philip Jervais. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty.

7367-4-1099-1100-September 30, 1780: Top document. Written in French. No. 30. Account with Pere Martin, who supplied flour and pork.

7368-4-1099-1100-September 30, 1780: Second document. No. 4. Names: Luce Grichrey?

7369-4-1101-1102-September 25, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Account of state of Virginia with Jean Baptist Barron.

7370-4-1101-1102-September 30, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Cahos certified Michael Beaulieu supplied 300 pounds of flour for officer mess.

7371-4-1101-1102-September 4, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Rations. Names: ? DuCharme.

7372-4-1103-1104-August 26, 1779: Top document. Capt. Richard McCarty certified Monsieur Baptist Barron furnished a horse for an expedition to Kaskaskia from Cahos.

7373-4-1103-1104-September 30, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Williams received corn for troop use from Madam Cobon.

7374-4-1103-1104-September 22, 1780: Third document. Rations for use of troops. Names: Capt. John williams.

7375-4-1105-1106-September 30, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order at Falls of Ohio to issue powder to Major Silas Harlan for use of those going on command.

7376-4-1105-1106-September 1, 1780: Second document. Thomas Vickroy sold paper for $ $136 for use of the Falls of Ohio quartermaster. Names: Will Shannon, State of Virginia.

7377-4-1105-1106-May 11, 1779: Third document. Account of state of Virginia with Joseph Cure for service and items at Kaskaskia. Reference to saddle, bridle and blanket. Names: Joseph Bowman.

7378-4-1107-1110-September 30, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. No. 2. Account of state of Virginia with Louis Lecomte. Written in French.

7379-4-1107-1110-September 30, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order to issue beef, corn and salt ration for 39 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

7380-4-1107-1110-May 20, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7381-4-1111-1112-September ?. 1780: Top document. Incomplete. Reference of the writer to an observation that the audience was laughing at his soldiers. Difficult to determine meaning. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7382-4-1111-1112-May 13, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Rations. Names: Mrs. Laccatte?

7383-4-1111-1112-September 29, 1780: Third document. No. 3. Written in French. Account of the state of Virginia with Monsieur Lafac?

7384-4-1113-1115-September 27, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. No. 16. Patt Kennedy certified rations at Kaskaskia.

7385-4-1113-1115-September ?, 1780: Second document. Written in French. No. 21. Duplicate filming. Names: James Finn, Madam Lepage.

7386-4-1113-1115-September 25, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Written in French. Names: Major Williams, ? Trottier.

7387-4-1116-1117-September 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Walker order for powder and lead for 4 men of Capt. Richard Harrison company. Names: Bland Ballard.

7388-4-1116-1117-September 6, 1780: Second document. Powder and lead issued. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

7389-4-1116-1117-September 26, 1780: Third document. Sugar provided at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Slaughter, James Kerr, Robert Todd.

7390-4-1116-1117-November 4, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Michael Perault.

7391-4-1118-1119-September 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams certified rations which were used on an expedition up the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers. Reference to pork, timber, Ohio and Capt. Richard McCarty, Francois Trockey? [Trottier].

7392-4-1118-1119-September 17, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

7393-4-1118-1119-September 25, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Account of the state of Virginia with Augustine Lacettea?

7394-4-1120-1121-September 11, 1780: Top document. Valentine Thomas Dalton order for ammunition ration at Fort Jefferson for a man of Capt. Robert George company.

7395-4-1120-1121-September 12, 1780: Second document. George Slaughter order for ammunition ration for a man of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company.

7396-4-1120-1121-September 25, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Account of state of Virginia with Jean Debray.

7397-4-1120-1121-September 26, 1780: Bottom document. Corn issued. Names: Major Walls.

7398-4-1122-1124-September 6, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations. Fort Clark.

7399-4-1122-1124-September 25, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations for troops.

7400-4-1122-1124-September ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

7401-4-1122-1124-September ?. 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7402-4-1122-1124-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7403-4-1125-1126-September 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams was issued flour and pork by Mr. Martin for use of a detachment.

7404-4-1125-1126-September 20, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Kaskaskia gave Bill [of Exchange] for $300 to Capt. Richard McCarty for recruitment.

7405-4-1125-1126-September 23, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Kaskaskia order to pay Monsieur Dorituroto? account against the state [of Virginia] for furnishings for troops.

7406-4-1125-1126-September 24, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams received 25 pounds of beef from Thomas Brady.

7407-4-1127-1128-September 24, 1780: Top document. Faded and blurred. Capt. Robert George order for ammunition.

17408-4-1127-1128-September 4, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Bland Ballard at Falls of Ohio to issue 3 pounds of powder for payment to Monsieur Harmon Cannola?

7409-4-1127-1128-September 29, 1780: Bottom document. Voucher No. 27. Written in French. Account of Monsieur Touranjeau, who supplied skins, beef, pork, and rations.

7410-4-1129-1130-September 20, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for sugar to be given to sick family of Monsieur Donal? Verso written in French but incomplete.

7411-4-1129-1130-September 29, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Soldier was lodged for 82 days. Names: Capt. John Williams, ? DuCharme.

7412-4-1129-1130-September 24, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified a soldier was given billet.

7412-4-1129-1130-September 29, 1780: Fourth document. Major John Williams order to Capt. John Dodge agent for state of Virginia at Fort Clark to issue 8 pounds of coffee 6 pounds of soap and 5 pounds of sugar.

7413-4-1129-1130-September 28, 1780: Bottom document. J. Trottier certified Gabriel Constant had furnished rations.

7414-4-1131-1132-July ?, 1780: Top document. James Finn certified a soldier had been given billet with Gabriel Constant.

7415-4-1131-1132-No Date: Second document. J. Donne certified Capt. Henry Smith had

7415-4-1131-1132-No Date-Continued: delivered 3600 pounds of dry beef. Partial payment was made by salt, powder and lead.

7416-4-1131-1132-September 21, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified a soldier had been given billet for 20 days on the expedition.

7417-4-1131-1132-August 26, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty certified rations.

7418-4-1131-1132-No Date: Bottom document. Reverse omitted. B 3. No 739.

7419-4-1133-1134-May 13, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Rations. Names: Capt. Richard Rogers, ? Trottier.

7420-4-1133-1134-September 25, 1780: Second document. Written in French. ? Trottier certified Joseph Cerre had furnished rations.

7421-4-1133-1134-No Date: Third document. Incomplete. Reference to six check handkerchiefs. Names: Patrick Kennedy, Capt. Richard Rogers, Capt. John Dodge.

7422-4-1133-1134-September 29, 1780: Bottom document. Indian agent Thomas Brady boarded John Cruchfield for 16 days. Reference to curing a cut [injury] caused by making oars for Lieut. Col. John Montgomery expedition up the Illinois River. Signed by Capt. Richard Rogers at Cahos.

7423-4-1135-1136-September 24, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Lieut. John Williams certified: Philip Jervais had lodged soldiers 20 days at Cahos. Names: ? DuCharme.

7424-4-1135-1136-September 28, 1780: Second document. ? Trottier certified a ration was furnished.

7425-4-1135-1136-January 22, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for powder to be issued to Andrew Steel.

7426-4-1135-1136-No Date: Bottom document. Tobacco issued. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7427-4-1137-1138-No Date: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder. Names: Bob Wilson.

7428-4-1137-1138-September 13, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7429-4-1137-1138-September 24, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Capt. John Williams certified Thomas Brady furnished 74 rations. Names: ? DuCharme.

7430-4-1137-1138-September 30, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery received supplies from Capt. John Dodge.

7431-4-1137-1138-April 10, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Henry Smith, J. Donne.

7432-4-1139-1140-September 30, 1780: Top document. Incomplete. Ration of sugar.

7433-4-1139-1140-September 30, 1780: Second document. Doctor Rey requested sugar and coffee for the sick from Capt. John Dodge.

7434-4-1139-1140-September 23, 1780: Third document. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery received contents from Capt. John Dodge.

7435-4-1139-1140-No Date: Bottom left document. Incomplete. Names: Capt. John Williams, Capt. John Dodge.

7436-4-1139-1140-September 24, 1780: Bottom right document. Written in French. A soldier was lodged 80 days. Names: ? DuCharme, Capt. John Williams.

7437 -4-1141-1142-September 24, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? DuCharme, Capt. John Williams.

7438-4-1141-1142-No Date: Second document. Written in French. Names: ? DuCharme, Monsieur Chutel.

7439-4-1141-1142-August 14, 1780: Third document. Salt ration for 7 days issued for mess. Names: George Rogers Clark, Mr. Richard, Abraham Chapline.

7440-4-1141-1142-September 30, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Dodge, John Gill.

7441-4-1141-1142-September 29, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Clark issued 2 day ration for officers of Col. Clark's regiment from Virginia. Names: Capt. John Montgomery, Lieut. Joel Kennedy.

7442-4-1143-1144-September 24, 1780: Top left document. Soldier lodged 80 days. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7443-4-1143-1144-July 7, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Rations issued. Names: Capt. John Williams, ? DuCharme.

7444-4-1143-1144-No Date: Third document. Faded. Names: Mark Foth?

7445-4-1143-1144-September 26, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: ? DuCharme, Capt. Richard Rogers.

7446-4-1143-1144-July 1780: Fifth document. Written in French. Soldier was given billet with ? Trottier. Names: ? DuCharme, James Finn.

7447-4-1143-1444-July 31, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Faded. Reference to great danger, troops, and Charlotte Camp, ? Camp.

7448-4-1145-1146-May 13, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7449-4-1145-1146-September 29, 1780: Second document. Names: Capt. John Dodge, James Morris.

7450-4-1145-1146-No Date: Third document. Faded. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7451-4-1145-1146-July 9, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: Cahos, ? DuCharme, Capt. John Williams.

7452-4-1145-1146-September 30, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Williams, Capt. John Dodge.

7453-4-1147-1148-September 30, 1780: Top document. Powder and lead issued. Names: William Roberts, Bland Ballard.

7454-4-1147-1148-August 8, 1780: Second document. Flour ration for wounded man at ? Pindergrass.

7455-4-1147-1148-September 27, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Brashear at Fort Clark.

7456-4-1147-1148-No Date: Fourth document. Incomplete. No words.

7457-4-1147-1148-September 29, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: William Taylor.

7458-4-1149-1150-August 25, 1780: Top document. Written in French. 30 rations issued from August 25, 1780 to September 25, 1780. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Monsieur Chathel.

7459-4-1149-1150-July 30, 1780: Second document. James Finn certified Madam Touranjeau feed a man of Capt. John Baly company from May 25, 1780 to July 30, 1780.

7460-4-1149-1150-September 30, 1780: Third document. Names: Capt. John Dodge, ? Trottier.

7461-4-1149-1150 -September 30, 1780: Bottom document. Gabriel Baron supplied 105 rations for troop use at Cahos. Names: Capt. John Williams, Patt Kennedy, John Bentley.

7462-4-1151-1152-May 13, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7463-4-1151-1152-September 30, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: Capt. Robert George, Michael Perault, Capt. Richard McCarty.

7464-4-1151-1152-June 12, 1780: Third document. Madam Touranjeau supplied 453 pounds of beef for Capt. John Rogers company to use on expedition.

7465-4-1151-1152-September 19, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson quartermaster issued sugar to James Thompson, who was sick. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

7466-4-1153-1154-September 24, 1780: Top document. Rations. Names: Louis Lougeau?. Capt. John Williams.

7467-4-1153-1154-July 4, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Names: Capt. John Williams, ? DuCharme.

7468-4-1153-1154-September 25, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams received whiskey from Baptist Lucia?

7469-4-1153-1154-September 22, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Lodging of a soldier. Names: Capt. John Williams, Gabriel Cuntland.

7470-4-1153-1154-January 12, 1780: Fifth document. Patt Kennedy certified Baptist Locury? furnished a horse from Cahos to Fort Clark to call the troops for the expedition to Post Vincent [Fort Vincennes].

7471-4-1155-1156-September 4, 1780: Top document. Capt. Abraham Kellar received 10 pounds of bread

7471-4-1155-1156-September 4, 1780-Continued: from Madam Touranjeau at Cahos for Ensign Slaughter.

7472-4-1155-1156-September 24, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified Mrs. Baley was a wife of a soldier and was given 60 rations of flour. Verso written in French.

7473-4-1155-1156-September 24, 1780: Third document. Coffee ration. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7474-4-1155-1156-October 12, 1780: Fourth document. Flour ration issued for soldier of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. John Dodge.

7475-4-1155-1156-September 12, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: James Finn.

7476-4-1157-1158-No Date: Top document. Faded. Written in French.

7477-4-1157-1158-No Date: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

7478-4-1157-1158-September ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Written in French.

7479-4-1157-1158-May 29, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Payment by quartermaster at Cahos. Names: Henry Crutcher.

7480-4-1157-1158-August 8, 1780: Bottom document. Ration of flour issued to Capt. William McAfee for 2 wounded men.

7481-4-1159-July 21, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baly request for salt at Cahos.

7482-4-1159-September ?. 1780: Second document. Faded. Rations. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7483-4-1159-September ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Load of wood. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7484-4-1159-April 22, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Flour ration for state of [Virginia]. Names: Thomas Quirk.

7485-4-1159-September 1780: Fifth document. Names: Capt. John Williams, ? Lefonsey.

7486-4-1160-September 28, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Faded.

7487-4-1160-April ?, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Faded.

7488-4-1160-September ?, 1780: Third document. Flour ration. Reference to state of Virginia. Names: ? Lockhart.

7489-4-1160-July 7, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: ? DuCharme.

7490-4-1160-September ?, 1780: Fifth document. Faded. Rations.

7491-4-1160-September ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: James Finn.

7492-4-1161-1164-September 22, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Baptist Dumay supplied 60 rations to Capt. John Williams.

7493-4-1161-1164-September 20, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter received indian corn from William Shannon at the Falls of Ohio for troop use.

7494-4-1161-1164-September 4, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams received 40 rations from Loois [Louis} Pelale?

7495-4-1161-1164-September 25, 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Gabriel Cuntland supplied 40 rations. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7496-4-1161-1164-September 26, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers order for 2 rations.

7497-4-1165-1166-September 27, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to furnish 2 horses to Capt. Rogers.

7498-4-1165-1166-August 27, 1780: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for corn.

7499-4-1165-1166-September 24, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams received 40 rations for troop use at Cahos from Gabriel Baron.

7500-4-1165-1166-September 28, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 5 day rations for wounded men.

7501-4-1167-May 6, 1780: Top document. Monsieur ? Lefevre ground corn for state [of Virginia] at Cahos. Names: Henry Crutcher.

7502-4-1167-August ?, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Beef etc supplied at Cahos. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, ? Dorion.

7503-4-1168-1169-May 13, 1780: Top document. Written in French. names: ? Trottier.

7504-4-1168-1169-September 24, 1780: Second document. Rations. Names: Capt. Richard Rogers.

7505-4-1168-1169-No Date: Third document. Incomplete. Ammunition issued for 9 men. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7506-4-1168-1169-September 25, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Williams, Monsieur ? Lefevre.

7507-4-1168-1169-June 28, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to troops. Names: Frederick Guion.

7508-4-1170-1171-April 28, 1780: Top document. Faded. Flour ration issued at Cahos. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

7509-4-1170-1171-September 27, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Rogers certified Charles Lefavor furnished [rations] at Cahos.

7510-4-1170-1171-No Date: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

7511-4-1170-1171-June 12, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for ration for a sick man, who was given billet.

7512-4-1172-1173-September 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams received 80 rations.

7513-4-1172-1173-September 22, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Williams received 20 rations.

7514-4-1172-1173-September 26, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Richard Clark received rations from Monsieur ? Lefevre.

7515-4-1172-1173-September 29, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French.

7516-4-1172-1173-No Date: Bottom document. Written in French. Unable to read.

7517-4-1174-1175-July 29, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplasy.

7518-4-1174-1175-July 17, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Reference to Cahos. Names: ? Duplasy.

7519-4-1174-1175-No Date: Third document. Unable to read.

7520-4-1174-1175-July 5, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: ? Duplasy.

7521-4-1174-1175-June 12, 1780: Fifth document. Faded. Names: James Finn.

7522-4-1176-1179-September 25, 1780: Top document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Flour ration. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7523-4-1176-1179-September 29, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Tobacco ration. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7524-4-1176-1179-September 24, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Whiskey. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7525-4-1176-1179-September 29, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: James Finn.

7526-4-1176-1179-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

7527-4-1180-1181-July 5, 1780: Top left document. Written in French. Reference to soldier. Duplicate filming.

7528-4-1180-1181-May 10, 1780: Top right document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7529-4-1180-1181-September 29, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Reference to expedition, Kaskaskia. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7530-4-1180-1181-September 29, 1780: Fourth document. Corn and salt rations for 7 days issued by William Shannon at Falls of Ohio to Capt. Richard Harrison.

7531-4-1180-1181-July 24, 1780: Bottom document. James Finn certified 1 of Capt. Brady's soldier was given billet at Fort Bowman.

7532-4-1182-1183-September 30, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Patt Kennedy, Baptist Baron.

7533-4-1182-1183-September 28, 1780: Second document. Faded. Rations. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7534-4-1182-1183-September ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Oars for use of state of Virginia.

7535-4-1182-1183-September 21, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Richard Clark received corn from Monsieur Lacroix?

7536-4-1182-1183-May, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7537-4-1184-1185-September 26, 1780: Top document. Rations for 3 days. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7538-4-1184-1185-September 15, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Incomplete. Various entries. Names: Capt. Hogland Gump, Capt. Askins, George Rogers Clark.

7539-4-1186-1187-June 8, 1779: Top document. Incomplete. Names: John Duncan, Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

7540-4-1186-1187-September 25, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Reference to towns, spring. Names: Capt. John Williams.

7541-4-1188-1191-September 24, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams at Cahos received 44 rations for use of troops from Madam Jacket.

7542-4-1188-1191-September 24, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams received 40 rations for use of the state [Virginia].

7543-4-1188-1191-September 24, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Written in French. Rations for 45 days at Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7544-4-1188-1191-September 24, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. John Williams received 120 rations.

7545-4-1192-1193-September 25, 1780: Top document. Various entries for flour and salt rations. Names: Capt. Michael Humble.

7546-4-1192-1193-September 30, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Williams received 40 rations for use of state [Virginia].

7547-4-1192-1193-September 20, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams received rations.

7548-4-1192-1193-September 13, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7549-4-1194-1195-September 23, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for part of Capt. Edward Worthington company.

7550-4-1194-1195-September 3, 1780: Second document. George Slaughter received 117 pounds of beef for use of troops from William Shannon at the Falls of Ohio.

7551-4-1194-1195-June 10, 1780: Third document. James Finn at Fort Bowman received a cow hide from Thomas Brady for use with craft [boat] for expedition up the Mississippi River.

7552-4-1194-1195-September 24, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Capt. John Williams received rations.

7553-4-1194-1195-September 24, 1780: Bottom document. Rations for John Favourt?. Names: George Slaughter.

7554-4-1196-1197-September 25, 1780: Top document. Reference to George Rogers Clark, an ax, quartermaster at Kaskaskia and Monsieur Fasha? and Capt. Rogers.

7555-4-1196-1197-September 20, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Abraham Kellar.

7556-4-1196-1197-September 24, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams received 40 rations.

7557-4-1196-1197-September 23, 1780: Bottom document. George Slaughter order for 3 pounds of meat for William Shumaker, who was wounded in the late expedition.

7558-4-1198-1199-October 23, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Merchandize supplied to the state of Virginia at Kaskaskia. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery,? Datchunet.

7559-4-1198-1199-September 14, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for corn at Falls of Ohio.

7560-4-1200-1203-September 14, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Salt and corn ration issued for Capt. Edward Worthington company. Names: John Nelson, Capt. Richard Harrison.

7561-4-1200-1203-September 30, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order for salt and flour ration for 5 wounded men.

7562-4-1200-1203-September 7, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order for rations.

7563-4-1200-1203-September ?, 1780: Fourth document. Joseph Saunders order for peck of corn.

7564-4-1200-1203-September 13, 1780: Bottom document. George Slaughter order to issue 7 day ration for 1 man. Names: Bland Ballard.

7565-4-1204-1207-September ?, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to salt, loaded boat at Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, Bland Ballard.

7566-4-1204-1207-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. John Williams received forty rations.

7567-4-1204-1207-September 2, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Ensign Robert Green requested three pecks of corn for Lieut. Slaughter and himself.

7568-4-1204-1207-No Date: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read.

7569-4-1204-1207-September 5, 1780: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Flour ration for Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: Bland Ballard.

7570-4-1208-1209-September 2, 1780: Top document. Blurred. Names: George Slaughter.

7571-4-1208-1209-No Date: Second document. Ration of sugar for Jacob Johnston and 1 quart of taffia for sick ?. Names: Samuel Cooper, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7572-4-1208-1209-September 18, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter order for 7 day ration for 1 of George Rogers Clark's men.

7573-4-1208-1209-September 25, 1780: Fourth document. Bland Ballard received 103 pounds of flour for use of militia going on an Indian expedition from Anthony Rolling?.

7574-4-1208-1209-September 25, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Sugar ration for Paul Quibea. Names: Bob Green.

7575-4-1210-1211-September 19, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to issue 6 day beef ration for 11 men of his company.

7576-4-1210-1211-September 16, 1780: Second document. William Shannon at the Falls of Ohio issued 642 pounds of beef for use of troops commanded by George Slaughter.

7577-4-1210-1211-September ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Martin Carney issued rations to Capt. Robert George company. Names: James McMullin.

7578-4-1210-1211-September 13, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Kaskaskia to Capt. John Dodge to issue 200 pounds of powder to Sergeant Veiley for use of troops.

7579-4-1210-1211-September 18, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Falls of Ohio to issue 3 day corn ration for 11 men of his company.

7580-4-1212-1213-September 19, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark for 3 day rations for 7 men.

7581-4-1212-1213-September 15, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for a sugar ration for sick family of John Reid.

7582-4-1212-1213-September 23, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Harrison order at Falls of Ohio for 4 day beef ration for 11 men of his company.

7583-4-1212-1213-September 9, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Richard Harrison order at Falls of Ohio for 22 pounds of beef for his mess use.

7584-4-1212-1213-September 17, 1780: Bottom document. William Shannon at Falls of Ohio issued 252 pounds of beef for use of troops under command of George Slaughter.

7585-4-1214-1217-September 20, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued at Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7586-4-1214-1217-September ?, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 12 pounds of powder to James Harrod. Names: Anthony Bolling.

7587-4-1214-1217-September 30, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: William Brooks?.

7588-4-1214-1217-September 25, 1780: Fourth document. duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to company of Capt. Kennery Hogan' s company of 20 men.

7589-4-1214-1217-September 25, 1780: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued for men going on command. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

7590-4-1218-1219-September 15, 1780: Top document. Ensign Robert Green order for salt at Falls of Ohio for himself, Lieut. Slaughter and ? Bowman.

7591-4-1218-1219-September 15, 1780: Second document. Blurred. Capt. Robert George order for rations.

7592-4-1218-1219-September 8, 1780: Third document. William Shannon order at Falls of Ohio to issue powder to John Nelson, who was engaged to hunt for troops.

7593-4-1218-1219-September 4, 1780: Fourth document. William Shannon certified Joseph Greenwall furnished 2 horses 2 days for loading a state of Virginia boat.

7594-4-1218-1219-September 24, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for 4 day rations for 38 of his men.

7595-4-1220-1221-September 22, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams certified Madam LaPage furnished 30 days ration for a soldier.

7596-4-1220-1221-September 26, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order for 5 day rations for 10 men at Falls of Ohio.

7597-4-1220-1221-September ?, 1780: Third document on left. Faded. Rations. Names: ? Trottier.

7598-4-1220-1221-September 3, 1780: Fourth document on right. Blurred. Sugar issued for use of Fort Jefferson.

7599-4-1220-1221-June 24, 1780: Fifth document. Faded. Names: James Finn.

7600-4-1220-1221-September 22, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams received rations.

7601-4-1222-1223-September 23, 1780: Top document. Beef ration issued for 6 days for 3 men, 2 women and 1 attendant at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark, George Hart.

7602-4-1222-1223-August 23, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark certified Thomas More had worked and was to be paid. Names: Capt. John Dodge, ? Datchunet.

7603-4-1222-1223-September 22, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams received 70 rations for troops.

7604-4-1222-1223-September 22, 1780: Fourth document. Written in French. Capt. Richard Rogers certified supplies received.

7605-4-1224-1225-September 22, 1780: Top document. Fort Clark issued 19 pounds of flour to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Henry Smith, Patt Kennedy.

7606-4-1224-1225-No Date: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

BOX 626-FOLDER 77

LETTERS OCTOBER 1780

FRAMES #1226-1246

4 documents filmed on 21 frames.

7607-4-1227-1238-October 22, 1780: Duplicate filming of a 4 page letter written October 22, 1780 by Richard Winston at Kaskaskia to John Todd, Esquire. Document has a negative reproduction instead of being a positive copy. Reference to state of Illinois, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Bentley, Virginia, Detroit, Miami [River or Indians] volunteers, Fort Pitt, inhabitants compared to Hebrews and indians. Conclusion of letter

7607-4-1227-1238-October 22, 1780-Continued: has been transcribed: "It being so long a time since we had any news from you we conclude therefrom that Government had given us up to do for ourselves the Best we can until Such time as it pleases Some Other State or Power to take us under their Protection. A few lines from you would give some of us great satisfaction. Yett the generality of the People are of opinion that this Country will be given unto France. Be that as it will a line from you will add much to hoping of."

7608-4-1239-1240-October 10, 1780: Two page document. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified troops at Fort Jefferson did not have provisions for June and July at Fort Jefferson and that he sent volunteers to Kaskaskia for such.

7609-4-1241-1243-October 10, 1780: Duplicate filming. appears to be notation written by persons reviewing document. Paroles [promises?] of Lieut. Governor Henry Hamilton of Detroit and Mayor John May of Detroit. Endorsed by T. J. Filed in Ex. Papers. Printed 1 C 378. Hamilton's parole printed TJ Papers, 4, 24-5 and G. R. Clark's papers (Ill. Hist. Col.) Ver. Ser. 3, 204-5. [Document applies to filmed-4-1244-1247]

7610-4-1244-1246-October 10, 1780: Duplicate filming. See frames #1241-1243 for explanation. Governor Henry Hamilton of Detroit written promise from Chesterfield Courthouse to return prisoners when summoned by the governor of Virginia.

BOX 626-FOLDER 78

PAPERS OCTOBER 1780

FRAMES #1247-1459

151 documents filmed on 211 frames.

7611-4-1248-1255-October 1780: Six page document concerning recruiting and bounty payments. Faded. Not possible to read all names. Reference to state of Virginia and 150 recruited. Names: ? Powell; David Woods; Samuel Taleferro; ? Harbison; ? Bell; ? Beluos?; Ben Johnston; William Finnell; John Frostham?; ? Leadum?; James Wigamery?; Sullivan Wilkinson; James Whitehead; Lieut. Merriweather; John Bell; Thomas Jordan; El Elmore; ? Carn; Chalton Ransdell; William Cruighill; Negro Tom; John Grispun?; Lieut. Key; James Cummingham; ? Randsal; Joseph James; ? Smith; Robert Gattitt; Robert Ashley; ? Dowdale; Edward McGuir; Robert George; Joseph Green; David Pagon; John Collin; William White; James Guest; John Wilson; Jacob Dougherty; ? Hull; Doctor Bell; Jeremiah Daniells; John Caldwell; Thomas Key; John Robson; Robert Campbell; Richard Winston; John Montgomery; [Examination of original document might be easier to determine other names.]

7612-4-1256-1257-October 10, 1780: Faded. Names: George Slaughter.

7613-4-1258-1259-October ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7614-4-1258-1259-October 6, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to sick men of Capt. John Baly's company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7615-4-1258-1259-October 6, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for sugar.

7616-4-1258-1259-October ? 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

7617-4-1258-1259-October 7, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison received 16 pounds of buffalo beef for mess from William Shannon.

7618-4-1260-1261-No Date: Top document. Unable to read.

7619-4-1260-1261-October 7, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Rogers received rations from Capt,. John Dodge.

7620-4-1260-1261-October 7, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to Falls of Ohio to issue rations to Capt. Edward Worthington company.

7621-4-1260-1261-October 7, 1780: Bottom document. William Shannon supplied 314 pounds of buffalo beef for use of troops commanded by George Slaughter.

7622-4-1262-1263-October ?, 1780: Top document. Flour mess ration for George Rogers Clark.

7623-4-1262-1263-October 17, 1780: Second document. Corn for Col. Rogers.

7624-4-1262-1263-No Date: Third document. Incomplete. Reference to paper, flour. Names: Capt. Evans.

7625-4-1262-1263-No Date: Bottom document. No. 5. 314 pounds. Unable to read rest.

7626-4-1264-1265-October 6, 1780: Top document. Faded. Rations issued for 3 men and a woman for 2 days. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7627-4-1264-1265-October 10, 1780: Second document. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7628-4-1264-1265-October 5, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams order to Capt. John Dodge for corn, flour, and 3 bags for use of Fort Jefferson.

7629-4-1264-1265-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7630-4-1266-1267-October 6, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 2 blankets.

7631-4-1266-1267-October 12, 1780: Second left document. Capt. Robert George order to issue soap to John Ash.

7632-4-1266-1267-October 12, 1780: Third document on right. Capt. Rogers certified George Blair was issued 30 rations.

7633-4-1266-1267-October 3, 1780: Fourth document. William Shannon at Falls of Ohio issued 3 gallons of vinegar to George Slaughter for use of troops.

7634-4-1268-1288-No Date: Printed sheet. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia. Image counter #1270 [1269] to 1289 are blank.

7635-4-1289-1290-October 12, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Rogers certified Mr. Fashone? furnished 20 rations.

7636-4-1289-1290-No Date: Second document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7637-4-1289-1290-October 13, 1780: Third document. Patt Kennedy supplied 21 pounds of beef and 21 pounds of flour for use of 7 men at Fort Clark.

7638-4-1289-1290-February 23, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Reference to Mississippi River and flour. Names: John Rogers.

7639-4-1289-1290-October 19, 1780: Bottom document. Double rations issued. Names: Capt. John Dodge, John Rogers, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7640-4-1291-1292-October 18, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Dodge issued 2 quarts of liquor for use of the Dragoons. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. Rogers.

7641-4-1291-1292-May 22, 1780: Second document. Sergeant William Crump received flour, and beans for use of men on command to Kaskaskia. Names: Patt Kennedy.

7642-4-1291-1292-May 24, 1780: Third document. Sergeant William Crump received venison and beans from Patt Kennedy for use of 7 men on command at Fort Clark.

7643-4-1291-1292-No Date: Bottom document. 105 rations.

7644-4-1293-1294-October 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7645-4-1293-1294-October 15, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued cloth and trimmings for making a suit [ uniform ] for soldiers: John Clark and Levi Teel [Theel], who served 3 years. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. John Baly, and Capt. Robert George.

7646-4-1293-1294-October 16, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard McCarty certified Charles Charleville furnished 20 rations for a man at Kaskaskia.

7647-4-1293-1294-October 14, 1780: Bottom document. William Shannon and George Rogers Clark at Falls of Ohio sent Bill of Exchange to Virginia treasurer for payment of $ 1,440 to Margaret Pendergrass for sundries furnished troops stationed in the Illinois Department under command of George Rogers Clark.

7648-4-1295-1296-September 22, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams received 80 pounds of flour and a bushel of corn for use of troops at Cahos.

7649-4-1295-1296-October 16, 1780: Second document. Beef ration for 7 days for 8 men of Capt. Richard Harrison. Names: Sergeant John Walker of Artillery, John Handley, William Shannon.

7650-4-1295-1296-October 20, 1780: Third document. William Shannon order to quartermaster Bland Ballard to issue powder and lead to John Graffton, who was going with Col. Clark.

7651-4-1295-1296-October 14, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to vinegar and sugar. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7652-4-1297-1298-October 17, 1780: Top document. Corn ration issued for 24 men for 5 days. Names: Capt. Richard Rogers, John Clark.

7653-4-1297-1298-October 9, 1780: Second document. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7654-4-1297-1298-October 13, 1780: Third document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issuing rations. Unable to read names.

7655-4-1297-1298-October 19, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified ? Gesiell furnished 20 rations to 1 man in his company.

7656-4-1299-1300-October 17, 1780: Top document. Faded. Reference to Cahos and Capt. Richard McCarty.

7657-4-1299-1300-October 14, 1780: Second document. William Shannon supplied 946 pounds of beef for use of troops commanded by George Slaughter.

7658 -4-1299-1300-October 12, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. Richard Rogers certified ? Beto furnished 15 rations.

7659-4-1299-1300-October 11, 1780: Fourth document on right. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Clark to issue rum to Laurence Slaughter.

7660-4-1299-1300-October 12, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Patt Kennedy issued 300 pounds of beef for Major John Williams.

7661-4-1301-1302-October 13, 1780: Top document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue soap to Ensign Jarret Williams.

7662-4-1301-1302-October 13, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Dodge issued flour for a wounded man.

7663-4-1301-1302-October 18, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue salt for Capt. Richard Harrison's company.

7664-4-1301-1302-October 12, 1780: Fourth document. George Slaughter received a from William Shannon a horse, which had been purchased from John Foocks for use of the state of Virginia.

7665-4-1301-1302-October 13, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7666-4-1303-1304-May 13, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Names: ? Trottier.

7667-4-1303-1304-October 12, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue soap to soldier Francis Little.

7668-4-1303-1304-No Date: Third document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified ? Long furnished 30 rations for his company.

7669-4-1303-1304-October 13, 1780: Fourth document. George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio paid Benjamin Fields.

7670-4-1303-1304-October 9, 1780: Bottom document. Reference to voucher no. 49 for expenditure of bill of exchange drawn on Virginia Treasury for $ 5,890. Names: ? Gerault, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark.

7671-4-1305-1306-October 6, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Rogers certified ? Debuke furnished rations.

7672-4-1305-1306-October 13, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Rogers of Dragoons certified Monsieur Baptist Losey had furnished 40 rations at Cahos.

7673-4-1305-1306-October 12, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified Cornet Thurston was boarded 20 days and furnished room for keeping store and was to be given 15 rations.

7674-4-1305-1306-October 12, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order at Kaskaskia to issue coffee. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7675-4-1307-1308-October 13, 1780: Top document. Joseph Mallen was paid $100 by George Slaughter for 100 pounds of flour for use of Slaughter's corps at Falls of Ohio. Names: William Shannon, George Rogers Clark, Louisville.

7676-4-1307-1308-October 7, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Madam Juaurter?

7677-4-1307-1308-October 11, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue soap to Lieut. Richard Clark.

7678-4-1307-1308-October 11, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. William Shannon certified the mare [horse] of Ruben Case was taken in service on the expedition against the Indians.

7679-4-1309-1310-October 11, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order for beef, flour and salt ration for 3 men, 2 wounded and an attendant. Names: George Hart.

7680-4-1309-1310-October 9, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 8 gallons of liquor and 4 gallons of taffia.

7681-4-1309-1310-October ? 1780: Third document. Faded. Rations. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7682-4-1309-1310-October 9, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for taffia.

7683-4-1309-1310-October 6, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 40 pounds of beef to his boy [servant or negro].

7684-4-1311-1312-October 9, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order to issue 8 day ration of beef, corn and salt to 7 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

7685-4-1311-1312-October 9, 1780: Second document. Faded. Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to Virginia Treasurer for payment to Vital Beauvais for sundries furnished for troops of Virginia.

7686-4-1313-1314-No Date: Top document. Written in French. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, William Galespie.

7687-4-1313-1314-May 11, 1780: Second document. Rations of salt, flour and beef issued at Fort Clark. Names: Sergeant William Crump, Patrick Kennedy, ? Jerrat.

7688-4-1313-1314-May 10, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Joseph Bowman certified ? LePage was to be paid from account of George Rogers Clark.

7689-4-1315-1316-October 4, 1780: Top document. Blurred. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7690-4-1315-1316-October 6, 1780: Second document. Written in French. Account of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7691-4-1315-1316-October 6, 1780: Third document. Order for powder for Ensign Murry. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7692-4-1315-1316-October 5, 1780: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy certified Charlo Dilisle [Delisle] furnished 7 loads of wood, which was paid by Bills of Exchange. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7693-4-1317-1318-March 10, 1780: Invoice of goods delivered to Israel Dodge and certified by Capt. John Dodge, Agent for Virginia. Items blue cloth, grey cloth, flannel, linen, brown cloth, paper, twine, thread, buttons, looking glasses, plain shirts, brass buttons, lace. Names: J. Donne.

7694-4-1319-1320-October 6, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for corn forage for his

7694-4-1319-1320-October 6, 1780-Continued: horses. Names: William Shannon of Illinois Department.

7695-4-1319-1320-October 17, 1780: Second document. George Slaughter order for flour ration for 8 sick men.

7696-4-1319-1320-October 18, 1780: Third document. No. 47. Bill of Exchange for $2478 payable to Daniel Murray. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7697-4-1319-1320-October 17, 1780: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to Virginia Treasurer for payment of $2,000 to Capt. John Rogers for provisions supplied for troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

7698-4-1321-1322-October 18, 1780: Account of state of Virginia with Capt. Richard Winston and Bill of Exchange for payment sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to the Virginia Treasurer. Expenditures began July 27, 1779. Items and services listed: fresh beef, payment for hospital, wood, beef, corn, lodging for an indian chief, pork, sundry articles furnished the Illinois Indians, boarding and lodging of Lieut. Merriweather, Monsieur Provedeau. Names: George Rogers Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7699-4-1323-1324-October 13, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 11 rations for 11 men.

7700-4-1323-1324-October 11, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Harrison order at Falls of Ohio to issue corn and salt for 7 days to 9 men.

7701-4-1323-1324-October 20, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. John Rogers order at Fort Clark to issue wine for sick soldiers.

7702-4-1323-1324-October 1780: Fourth document on right. Written in French. names: ? Renard, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7703-4-1323-1324-October 18, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Kaskaskia to issue 2 bags to transport flour to Fort Jefferson.

7704-4-1325-1326-October 19, 1780: Top document. Col. John Montgomery gave a set of Bill of Exchange for $3,770 to Richard Winston at Fort Clark for recruiting.

7705-4-1325-1326-October 14, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark and William Shannon at Falls of Ohio sent Bill of exchange to Virginia Treasurer for payment of $ 4,150 to Margaret Pendergrass for sundries furnished to Illinois Department troops.

7706-4-1327-1332-October 27, 1780: Account of state of Virginia for sundry disbursement of John Montgomery of Illinois Regiment from July 13, 1779-1780 and an invoice of goods delivered by Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson. The six page document also listed dates when Bills of Exchange were issued. Items: canes; cash for recruitment service; bounty money; use of wagons; bacon; beef; taffia; making oars; Andrew Ray's service as surgeon at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia; canoe; milk; provisions; boat; work of artificers; piroagues (dug out canoe); lost horses; rifle; blue cloth; flannel; cherry tree table; linen; paper; looking glasses; buttons; lace; clasp knives; brass lock; twine; grey cloth; thread; pins; brass buttons pork, mule; Names: Isaac Shelby; Thomas Quirk; John Clifton; Capt. James Newell, Jr.;

7706-4-1327-1332-October 27, 1780-Continued: Capt. Jess Evans; Capt. Isaac Taylor; William Mathews; Joseph Collins; William Bartholomew; Edmund Fare; John Daugherty; Fabian Fisher; Josiah Ramsey; Thomas Wilson; David Sealey; William Singledon; John Clark; Charles Marlen; John Robinson; Joseph Andrews; John Green; Stephen Ray, Moses Bonner?; Henry O'Hara; Rev. Ichabod Kemp; Henry Croucher; John Slaughter; William Brokess; William Gillespie; ? Janis; Laurence Slaughter; Capt. Abraham Kellar; Baptist Charleville; ? Langtot [ Linctot]; Richard Winston; ? Lacance?; John Williams; Capt. Richard Brashear; John Thurston; Thomas Bentley; Daniel Murrey; Monsieur Beaulddist?; Antoine Pettie; ? Godin; ? Villesh; John Gerault; Baptist Lafont; Pierre Dorian; Andrew Clark; Richard Sinnet; John McGuire; Hendrick Hutton; William Hall; Thomas Hutching; John Harry; Joseph Jarrett; Daniel Glenn; John Issack; Robert George; Monsieur Carbonneaux; William Buchanan; Robert Whitehead; Samuel Allen; Michael Perault; Ensign Jarret Williams; Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton; James Morris; James Hallebrand; Capt. Richard McCarty; Lieut. Richard Clark; William Breasure; John Donne; Capt. John Dodge.

7707-4-1333-1334-October 21, 1780: Top document. William Shannon of Illinois Department issued 1177 pounds of beef and 2 bushel and 1 peck of salt for use of George Slaughter's troop.

7708-4-1333-1334-October 20, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Dodge at Kaskaskia issued sugar and corn for Capt. Abraham Kellar co.

7709-4-1333-1334-October 24, 1780: Third document. William Shannon at Falls of Ohio issued salt to Sergeant Ballard for use of George Slaughter troops.

7710-4-1333-1334-October 28, 1780: Bottom document. Cartridge received for use at block house at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George, William Crump.

7711-4-1335-1336-October 19, 1780: Incomplete. Accounting of charges from June 29, 1779 to October 19, 1780. Reference to expenses of troops in the Western Country, Fort Clark, and artificers. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. John Dodge, Col. John Montgomery, Treasurer of Virginia, William Shannon, Jo Brazeau, Capt. Rogers.

7712-4-1337-1338-October 21, 1780: Top document. William Shannon issue 2 bushels of corn and 80 pounds of beef to Sergeant John Walker for rations for 10 men of Capt. Richard Harrison. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Handley.

7713-4-1337-1338-October 24, 1780: Second document. Capt. Rogers order to Capt. John Dodge for 4 day ration for 10 men at Fort Clark.

7714-4-1337-1338-October 19, 1780: Third document. Bill of Exchange of George Rogers Clark and Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Clark sent to Virginia Treasurer for $3,770 for payment to Richard Winston for recruitment service.

7715-4-1339-1340-October 20, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue peck of corn to Capt. Thomas May.

7716-4-1339-1340-October 24, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Commander of the Western Department in absence of Col. Clark, order at Fort Jefferson to pay $108. Appears to be a variation of a Bill of Exchange sent to New Orleans for payment to Capt. John Dodge. Names: Israel Dodge.

7717-4-1339-1340-October 25, 1780: Third document. Ration of beef, flour and salt given to 2 men.

7717-4-1339-1340-October 25, 1780-Continued: Names: Sergeant Joseph, George Slaughter.

7718-4-1339-1340-October 25, 1780: Third document. Faded. Bill of Exchange. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, J. Donne.

7719 -4-1341-1342-October 24, 1780: Top document. John W. Provence was paid for corn and iron furnished for use of troops of the Western Department by Col. George Slaughter. Names: William Shannon.

7720-4-1341-1342-October 24, 1780: Second document. Incomplete. Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Jefferson to Virginia Treasurer for $1,760 due to Jarred Williams for advances for recruitment.

7721-4-1341-1342-October 24, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder for use at New Orleans.

7722-4-1343-1344-October 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Camp Jefferson for taffia.

7723-4-1343-1344-March 6, 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Account of Capt. John Dodge. Names: Francois Bosseron,

7724-4-1345-1346-October 30, 1780: Top document. William Shannon issued corn ration for 10 men. Names: Richard Harrison, Edward Worthington, John Walker.

7725-4-1345-1346-October 25, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Jefferson sent Bill of Exchange to Oliver Pollock of New Orleans or Virginia Treasurer for payment of $2,000 advanced by Capt. Abraham Kellar for public purposes.

7726-4-1345-1346-October 25, 1780: Third document on left. Joseph Thornton served as artificer from October 25 to December 25, 1780.

7727-4-1345-1346-October 26, 1780: Fourth document on right. No. 22. Doctor George Hart requested 4 day rations for 2 wounded men and an attendant. Names: George Slaughter.

7728-4-1347-1348-October 21, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Surgeon Rey, George Rogers Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7729-4-1347-1348-February 22, 1780: Second document. Order to William Kennedy to issue 127 pounds of flour to a party on fatigue, who were transporting provisions from the Illinois [River] to Fort Jefferson. Unable to read name giving order.

7730-4-1347-1348-May 25, 1780: Bottom document. Sergeant William Crump received 30 pounds of beef and 50 pounds of flour from Patt Kennedy for use of troops on command at Fort Clark.

7731-4-1349-1350-October 26, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Dodge at Kaskaskia certified the state of Virginia owed Major Bowman for furnishings for the troops and indians at Post St. Vincent.

7732-4-1349-1350-October 24, 1780: Second document. Order of George Slaughter and Doctor George Hart for 4 day rations for 2 wounded and 1 attendant.

7733-4-1349-1350-April 9, 1780: Bottom document. Rations issued to 6 men of the Illinois Regiment on command at Kaskaskia, who transported provisions to Camp Jefferson from March 25 to April 9, 1780. Names: Patrick Kennedy, Sergeant Robert Davis.

7734-4-1351-1354-October 25, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

7735-4-1351-1354-October 22, 1780: Center document. Duplicate filming. Powder and salt issued at Fort Jefferson for 3 men of Capt. Robert George company. Names: Martin Carney.

7736-4-1351-1354-October 2, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue rations to Sergeant James Brown.

7737-4-1355-1356-October 2, 1780: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified flour, pork, beef, peas and corn were issued to different persons on verbal order from September 2, 1779 to April 17, 1780. Names: Laurence Slaughter, Leonard Helm, ? Mayfield, ? Shaw, ? Nate, ? Dalton, ? Hunter.

7738-4-1357-1358-August 1780: Faded. Commonwealth of Virginia Account with Francois Trottier. Reference to rations supplied. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Joseph Maseonville.

7739-4-1359-1360-October 3, 1780: Faded. Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark to Virginia Treasurer for $615 payable to Francois Trottier for sundries supplied the troops of the state of Virginia.

7740-4-1361-1362-September 23, 1780: Top document. Account of the state of Virginia with Thomas Bull. William Shannon paid $ 405 for whiskey. Names: Thomas Vickroy.

7741-4-1361-1362-March 24, 1780: Center document. Rations for 6 days issued for 14 men of the Illinois Regiment on command at Kaskaskia, who were transporting provisions to Camp Jefferson. Names: Sergeant Robert Davis.

7742-4-1361-1362-October 5, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark paid Anthony Rollings of Louisville for use of horse furnished for use of state of [Virginia].

7743-4-1363-1364-October 6, 1780: Top document. Faded. Bill of Exchange for payment for recruiting to William Hughs. Names: Oliver Pollock, John Montgomery.

7744-4-1363-1364-October 4, 1780: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 29 men of Capt. Thomas company. Names: Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

7745-4-1363-1364-October 4, 1780: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with John Folks for $1,000 for supplies furnished the Illinois Department. Names: Thomas Vickroy, William Shannon.

7746-4-1365-1366-October 4, 1780: Top document. Falls of Ohio issue 38 rations for men of Capt. Roberts company. Names: Sergeant Proctor Ballard, George Slaughter.

7747-4-1365-1366-October 3, 1780: Second document. State of Virginia account with William Pope. Names: Thomas Vickroy, William Shannon.

7748-4-1365-1366-October 6, 1780: Bottom document. Lieut. Brashear issued 750 pounds of beef to John Green at Fort Clark. Names: Patrick Kennedy.

7749-4-1367-1369-October 8, 1780: Top document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for 2 quarts of rum from Capt. John Dodge.

7750-4-1367-1369-October 11, 1780: Second document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Flour and corn ration. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7751-4-1367-1369-October 10, 1780: Third document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Beef, salt and flour ration. Names: George Slaughter

7752-4-1367-1369-October 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

7753-4-1370-1373-October 7, 1780: Top document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery paid $400 to ? Charleville for money advanced for recruitment. Names: ? Gerault.

7754-4-1370-1373-October 10, 1780: Second document. Faded. Duplicate filming. John Donne at Fort Jefferson received 600 pounds of beef from Samuel Allen for use of troops.

7755-4-1370-1373-October 11, 1780: Third document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Reference to bottle of taffia issued at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7756-4-1370-1373-October ?, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: ? McGee.

7757-4-1374-1375-October 10, 1780: Top document. State of Virginia account with Morias Hansbrough for 37 bushels of corn. Names: William Shannon, John Hansley.

7758-4-1374-1375-October 11, 1780: Bottom document. List of certificate vouchers for bills from [Lieut. Col. John] Montgomery. Names: Baptist Locier, Luie LeBrun, Dem Chatatee; Gem Fruckey; Baptist Qumay; Francois Couriee; Alexey Tabeau; Luce Petett; Isaac Lewey; Charles Lacroix; Louis Laugeau; Madam Spine; Amiable LePage; Gabriel Constant; Pire Dorion; Charles Delisle; ? Dorion for oars.

7759-4-1376-1377-October 3, 1780: Top document. State of Virginia account with Thomas McGee for 40 bushels of salt. Names: William Shannon, Thomas Vickroy.

7760-4-1376-1377-October 13, 1780: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with John William Provance for supplying drawing knife, corking chisels, rope, oar, soldier's coffin, tin kettles, loan of money, corking of boats. Names: William Shannon, Thomas Vickroy.

7761-4-1378-1379-October 12, 1780: Top document. Faded. Charles Charleville sold an old boat to transport corn from Fort Clark to Fort Jefferson.

7762-4-1378-1379-October 14, 1780: Bottom document. Account of the state of Virginia with Monsieur Carbonneaux for 34 gallons of taffia sold June 11, 1780 to Williams Shannon. Names: William Clark.

7763-4-1380-1381-October 14, 1780: Top document. Account of the state of Virginia with William Pope for 2 bushels of salt received by William Shannon. Names: Meredith Price.

7764-4-1380-1381-October 15, 1780: Bottom document. Account of the state of Virginia with John Handley for rifles, empty barrels, 15 bushels of salt received by William Shannon. Names: David Standeford.

7765-4-1382-1383-October 13, 1780: Top document. Account of the state of Virginia with Margaret Pendergrass for whiskey received by William Shannon of the Illinois Department. Names: John Handley.

7766-4-1382-1383-October 1780: Center document. Corn supplied by ? Johnson for use of troops on their journey to Illinois.

7767-4-1382-1383-October 20, 1780: Bottom document. George Slaughter order to issue provisions for 26 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co.

7768-4-1384-1385-October 15, 1780: Top document. Account of the state of Virginia with Aquilla Whitaker for beef supplied to William Shannon of the Illinois Department. Names: John Handley.

7769-4-1384-1385-October 14, 1780: Center document. Account of the state of Virginia with John Phillips for 100 gallons of whiskey received by William Shannon for use of troops under command of George Rogers Clark on the late expedition against the indian town. Names: Meredith Price.

7770-4-1384-1385-October 17, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Laurence Slaughter.

7771-4-1386-1387-1388-October 17, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order to issue rations for 15 men of Capt. Thomas company.

7772-4-1386-1387-October 12, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Rogers certified David McCray had furnished 20 rations at Cahos and was to be paid.

7773-4-1386-1387-October 24, 1780: Third document. Rations issued for 37 men and 1 woman. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

7774-4-1386-1387-October 20, 1780: Bottom document. Joseph Saunders order for rations for 5 men.

7775-4-1388-1389-October 23, 1780: Top document. Rations issued to 24 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company. Names: Ensign William Robey, George Slaughter.

7776-4-1388-1389-October 15, 1780: Bottom document. Account of the state of Virginia with John Floyd for 16 bushels of corn received by William Shannon of the Illinois Department. Names: Casper Sullivan.

7777-4-1390-1391-October 23, 1780: Top document. Provisions for 8 days for 8 men discharged from George Rogers Regiment. Other side has incomplete message with reference to July 4, 1780, good health and town.

7778-4-1390-1391-October 17, 1780: Bottom document. No. 52. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified his account at Kaskaskia with Thomas Bentley. Items: shoes, pitch, rations, flour, vermillion, use of horse to Cahos, guns for volunteers. Names: Monsieur Carbonneaux.

7779-4-1392-1393-October 28, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Account of state of Virginia with ? Gratiot. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Rogers, Kaskaskia.

7780-4-1392-1393-October 29, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to furnish a half yard of stroud to Samuel Allen for partial payment for beef for which he had received 12 yards of flannel from the public store.

7781-4-1394-1395-October 28, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney to send 50 pounds of gun powder by the next boat going to Kaskaskia for use of Capt. Rogers company. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

7782-4-1394-1395-October 4, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to Fort Clark. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Moses Longifort.

7783-4-1396-1399-October 18, 1780: State of Virginia account with David McCrae. George Rogers Clark certified copy of account had been transmitted by Monsieur Gratiot. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified articles had been received from David McCrae for use of the Virginia troops. Bill of Exchange was sent to the Virginia Treasurer for payment of $5,102. Items: rations, beef, flour, rations for officers, liquor furnished [Indians], corn, bread, 1 coffin, cartage to McCarty's mill, rations for 325 soldiers, reference to expedition, deer skins and use of room for storage with David McCrae & Company. Names: Louis Louisgau, Isaac Levy, Charles Lacroixe, Louis Pillet, Madam Lepancee, Major Bowman, Amable Lepage, Monsieur Dorrion, Francois Courrier, Baptist Dumay, Augustine Rassel, Louis Trottie, Louis Chatel, Louis Lebron, Charles Delisle, Baptist Saucier, Francis Chretien, Joseph Soupart, Joseph Deloge, Joseph Bissonnet, Baptist Burgerson, George Blair, J. B. Dubuc, John Joseph Richard Hanson, Charles Beauteau, Raphael Gagne, and John Williams.

7784-4-1400-1401-October 9, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Fort Clark to Capt. John Dodge to issue ration of flour to Capt. [Kellar] company.

7785-4-1400-1401-October 8, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge to issue rations to Shadrack Bond.

7786-4-1400-1401-October 10, 1780: Third document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Clark to issue 2 deer skins for use of his company.

7787-4-1400-1401-October 26, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to pay cloth to Francis Bredin, who had made 2 soldier suits.

7788-4-1402-1403-June 10. 1779: Top document. Written in French. Some English. George Rogers Clark order to pay by Virginia Treasurer Bill of Exchange for billeting at Kaskaskia. Names: Patt Kennedy.

7789-4-1402-1403-October 17, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 4 gallons of taffia to Capt. John Williams.

7790-4-1402-1403-October 11, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark and Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 6 shirts to John Gilbert, Patrick Rogers and James Ramsey, who had enlisted for 3 years or during the war.

7791-4-1404-1405-October 26, 1780: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued powder for delivery to Fort Clark. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Thomas Bentley.

7792-4-1404-1405-October 17, 1780: Second document. Skins obtained to make 50 pair of [moccasins]. Names: Capt. John Dodge, John Rogers.

7793-4-1404-1405-October 18, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Kaskaskia to issue flour and taffia for use of troops at Fort Jefferson.

7794-4-1406-1407-October 12, 1780: Top document. Reference to Fort Jefferson, Kaskaskia, Ohio, horse. and soldier. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7795-4-1406-1407-October 23, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George by order of George Rogers Clark instructed Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue suit of clothes for 9 soldiers, linen for 2 shirts, flannel, buttons and thread. Names: John Anderson, Matthew Murray, William Fever, James Ramsey, William Presley, John Gilbert, Patrick Rogers, Francis Little, and Patrick Mars.

7796-4-1406-1407-October 19, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers certified 40 rations were furnished at Cahos.

7797-4-1408-1409-October 18, 1780: State of Virginia account for Capt. John Rogers at Kaskaskia for taffia, cloth, knife, silk, and ink pot. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge.

7798-4-1410-1413-October 23, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bill of Exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery from Fort Clark to Virginia Treasurer or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $520 to Monsieur Sarpy for sundries furnished troops.

7799-4-1410-1413-October 13, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Capt. John Dodge to issue 1 yard of flannel to John Harrod to make a waist coat.

7800-4-1410-1413-October 14, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Samuel Allen was paid in goods from Fort Jefferson public store for supplying beef.

7801-4-1414-1415-October 19, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge

7801-4-1414-1415-October 19, l780-Continued: at Fort Clark to issue 1 jack holder [ probably case for jack pocket knife] and a knife to Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter.

7802-4-1414-1415-October 12, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: James Brown.

7803-4-1414-1415-October 22, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 15 pounds of sugar for use of Kaskaskia hospital.

7804-4-1416-1417-October 16, 1780: State of Virginia account for Frederick S. Guion at Kaskaskia. Faded. Names: Abraham Cox?, who served as artificer for 18 days; George King;, John Rice; Jacob Logan; Bill Carney; John Daugherty; Ruben Ford; Lieut. Col. John Montgomery; Thomas Bentley. Unable to read all names.

7805-4-1418-1419-October 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Rogers order to issue 7 pounds of sugar for his use at Fort Clark.

7806-4-1418-1419-October 25, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Rogers order to Capt. John Dodge to issue a half bushel of salt for Fort Clark garrison.

7807-4-1418-1419-October 27, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 4 yards of linen to Valentine Thomas Dalton for hunting at Fort Jefferson. Names: Israel Dodge.

7808-4-1418-1419-October 5, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Clark to issue 1 pound of salt and leather for 1 pair of indian shews [shoes] for a soldier in Capt. [John] Baley co. Names: William Bush.

7809-4-1418-1419-October 1780: Bottom document. Reverse omitted. B 4. No. 764

7810-4-1420-1421-October 10, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Capt. John Dodge at Kaskaskia issued 16 ells of linen and 114 ells of cambric for payment of 31 bushels of salt provided by ? Laulk?.

7811-4-1420-1421-October 4, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Dodge, E. Jackson?

7812-4-1420-1421-October 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Thomas Quirk?, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7813-4-1422-1423-May 13, 1780: Top document. Written in French. 31 rations. Names: J. Trottier,

7814-4-1422-1423-May 19, 178O: Second document. Faded. Written in French. Names: Amble Lepage.

7815-4-1422-1423-March 3, 1780: Third document. Written in French. Rations provided by Antoine Piltice [Pillet] and paid by Patt Kennedy. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7816-4-1422-1423-October 5, 1780: Fourth document. Soap issued to 3 men of Capt. Abraham Kellar co. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge, Harmon Eagle.

7817-4-1424-1427-October 6, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 5 gallons of taffia for use of Capt. Rogers company of dragoons at Kaskaskia. Names: William Eliot [Elliott].

7818-4-1424-1427-October 3, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Clark to issue 3 gallons and 3 quarts of rum.

7819-4-1424-1427-October 4, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Coffee ration issued by Capt. John Dodge to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

7820-4-1424-1427-October 4, 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Ration of 200 pounds of flour issued by Capt. John Dodge to William Elms at Fort Clark. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7821-4-1428-1429-October 11, 1780: Top document. Faded. Capt. John Dodge issue ration to Philip Hany of Capt. Bely [Baley] company.

7822-4-1428-1429-October 5, 1780: Second document. Incomplete. Sugar and coffee ration issued by Capt. John Dodge.

7823-4-1428-1429-October 3, 1780: Third document. Faded. Capt. Richard Brashear order at Fort Clark to Capt. John Dodge to issue nails to repair boat to David Wallis.

7824-4-1428-1429-October 6, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Madam DeRochblave [Rocheblave was paid for supplying fresh beef, pork, buffalo beef and venison from time to time to the state of Virginia for use of troops at Kaskaskia.

7825-4-1430-1431-1433-May 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Patt Kennedy issue 26 pounds of flour, 31 and 1/4 pound of bacon, 8 and 1/2 pounds of salt pork and 13 pounds of venison to Capt. John Williams in lieu of his rations while on command at Kaskaskia up to May 28, 1781.

7826-4-1430-1433-October 3, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. John Dodge, William Bohanan.

7827-4-1430-1433-October 2, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 5 quarts and a pint of taffia.

7828-4-1430-1433-October 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge.

7829 -4-1434-1435-October 3, 1780: Top document. Names: Capt. John Dodge, John Delth?

7830-4-1434-1435-October 20, 1780: Second document. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

7831-4-1434-1435-October 1, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Dodge gave 15 ells of linen for payment of venison supplied by ? Lacroix?.

7832-4-1436-1437-October 27, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Dodge, David Wallis.

7833-4-1436-1437-October 6, 1780: Second document. Faded. Reference to skins for making indian shoes [moccasins] at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter.

7834-4-1436-1437-October 1, 1780: Third document. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge at Kaskaskia to pay J. Baptist LaCroix for a piroague (dug out canoe) to transport corn down to Fort Jefferson.

7835-4-1438-1441-October 3, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. John Dodge, James Morros [Morris].

7836-4-1438-1441-October 20, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John Ash, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge.

7837-4-1438-1441-October 2, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Fort

7837-4-1438-1441-October 2, 1780-Continued: Clark for rations. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. John Dodge, William Elms.

7838-4-1438-1441-October 3, 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Shadrach Bond received flour from Capt. John Dodge.

7839-4-1442-1445-October 3, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Richard Harrison, John Boiller, Capt. John Dodge, John Hallome.

7840-4-1442-1445-October 30, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Written in French.

7841-4-1442-1445-October 30, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Bill of Exchange issued by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for payment from Virginia Treasurer to ? Couree?

7842-4-1446-1447-October 3, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order at Kaskaskia for Capt. John Dodge to issue 230 pounds of flour and 2 bags for use of troops.

7843-4-1446-1447-October 24, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for rations for men of Capt. Robert George co.

7844-4-1446-1447-October 2, 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John

7844-4-1446-1447-October 2, 1780-Continued: Dodge to issue 2 pounds of coffee and 4 pounds of sugar for 2 sick men at Kaskaskia. Names: Surgeon Rey, William Price?

7845-4-1446-1447-October 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

7846-4-1446-1447-October 1780: Fifth document. Faded. Rations. ? DuCharme.

7847-4-1448-1449-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. Rations for artificers. Names: William Murray.

7848-4-1448-1449-October 29, 1780: Second document. Ration of beef, flour and salt. Names: Joseph James, George Slaughter.

7849-4-1448-1449-October 27, 1780: Third document. Names: James Finn, Madam Touranjeau?, Capt. John Baly.

7850-4-1448-1449-July 31, 1780: Fourth document. Names: James Finn, Madam Touranjeau?

7851-4-1448-1449-July 1780: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: ? Ducharme, J. Trottier.

7852-4-1450-1451-October 28, 1780: Top document. Written in French. Capt. Richard Brashear certified 30 rations had been provided.

7853-4-1450-1451-October 26, 1780: Second document. Ensign Laurence Slaughter received money for recruiting services from Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Jefferson.

7854-4-1450-1451-October 25, 1780: Third document. Rations issued to 29 men. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

7855-4-1450-1451-October 25, 1780: Fourth document. Rations issued for 32 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: Ensign Williams Roberts, George Slaughter.

7856-4-1452-1453-October 30, 1780: Top document. Doctor George Hart requested provisions for 2 wounded men an 1 attendant. Names: George Slaughter.

7857-4-1452-1453-October 21, 1780: Second document. Ration of salt, beef and flour issued for 5 men going on command. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

7858-4-1452-1453-October 25, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter order for 4 day ration for 2 wounded men and 1 attendant.

7859-4-1452-1453-October 29, 1780: Fourth document. Doctor George Hart requested provisions for 2 wounded men and 1 attendant. Names: George Slaughter.

7860-4-1452-1453-October 20, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Rogers of the State Dragoons order for 96 quarts of corn for 24 men.

7861-4-1454-1455-October 18, 1780: State of Virginia account with Thomas Vickroy. George Rogers Clark certified Thomas Vickroy had served as commissary on the expedition against the Shawnee [Indians] July 18 to September 2, 1780 and was entitled to pay from the government of Virginia for the amount of his account. Items furnished were paper and 4 bags.

7862-4-1456-1459-October 25, 1780: Three page document written in French. Faded. Reference to payment of $12,000 on verso. Unable to recognize names. More study is needed for document to determine contents.

BOX 627-FOLDER 79

LETTERS NOVEMBER 1780

FRAMES #1460-1469

4 documents filmed on 9 frames.

7863 -4-1461-November 20, 1780: Reference to November 20, 1780 letter written by James F. Moore to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed Ex. Papers. Printed 1 C. 388.

7864-4-1462-November 30, 1780: Letter written November 30, 1780 by John Todd, Jr. to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Printed 1 C 393. Also T. J. Papers, 4, 169. Ill. Hist. Col, Clark Papers, Va. Series 3. p. 466.

7865-4-1463-1464-November 20, 1780: John Todd informed Capt. [William] Hogan of a probable invasion and ordered him to collect his militia, and to send the a militia roll with the name of an ensign and spy.

7866-4-1465-1467-November 30, 1780: Letter to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson from John Todd at Lexington, Fayette County. Goods were being sent by friends in New Orleans but the items were to be stored and later distributed when the Virginia Governor orders such for the officers and soldiers. Reference to winter, differences between [Dodge] and military officers, compliments to Col. Montgomery and Capt. George or the commanding officer, bad times in Virginia, the constant drain of men and money for independence. Names: Col. George Slaughter, Capt. Richard Rogers, ? Bentley.

7867-4-1468-November 4, 1780: Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer by William Shannon for payment for corn furnished the troop in the Illinois Department commanded by Col. George Rogers Clark. Names: James Sullivan. Portions of document are incomplete. Bottom is notation by Archibald Blair at Richmond, Virginia.

FRAME #1469-MICROFILM CAMERA OPERATORS CERTIFICATE. Microfilm reel number 4 ends. Filming of reel was completed June 18, 1992.

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