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items taken by the British from the Stills


HAY TAKEN FROM THE STILL FAMILY
Coram
July 24, 1780


billstill
.The bill above is from the Still Family Collection, provided by Merv Still and Robert Wolcott.

 

Transcription of Bill

Coram 24th July 1780

Received of William Still one
hundred & fifty pounds Hay for the use
of the Queens Rangers Hussars

John McSile Q R
Q R H

Took from William Still July in the year 1780
By Leutennt McNab __ hundred_____ fresh
Hay & gave not pay for it 4=0=0
So taken by a Captn of the Light Infantre command
by genrl askine December 1779 for shock
of oats In the shefe 1=8=0
Taken at the same time Rye & Corn fore bushels 2=0=0
Supplied a party at another time of troops command
by genrl askine ____ me ____ _____ _____ 0=15=0
Commanded by Conl Hewlett to work on a fort (Fort George)
& work six days in Brookhaven 1=16=0
Supplied the Infantre with fore bushels put taters (potatoes) 1=4=0

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