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An Acc't of Ye Money Lay'd Out for the Transport
And Supplies of Ye French Refugees.

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|                                                                                           |£.    |s.|d.| |
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|In Rotterdam for ye Charges of 2 days of 75 come from      |7     |12|0 | |
|Switzerland,                                                                            |      |  |  | |
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Page 17

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|To a man who made 2 peticons in English for the King,          |      |5 |0 | |
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|To Capt. Yeoman, with whom we had agreed first at 6£ a     |32    |0 |0 | |
|head, 32£; but because he could not fitt out his                          |      |  |  | |
|vessell--and Capt. Hawes promising to transport y'm for            |      |  |  | |
|5£ if we would advance 100£ and hold one-4th part of              |      |  |  | |
|the Ship--we thought it more advantageous to loose 32£,           |      |  |  | |
|and to venture £100 to spare 5 or £6, as we have done,             |      |  |  | |
|and so,                                                                                       |      |  |  | |
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|ffor all ye Charges of Letters of ye Committees of                  |29    |14|0 | |
|Sollicitations and Expeditions of ye officers of                             |      |  |  | |
|Councill of the Lords Commissioners for trade and                     |      |  |  | |
|plantations of ye Treasury, and of ye two Secretaries,                 |      |  |  | |
|and of ye Committee for disposall of the money and to                |      |  |  | |
|fetch it,                                                                                       |      |  |  | |
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|for all ye Charges of Courteers and voyages to look for          |15    |16|0 | |
|Ships to make ye bargaines and treatys to pay the                       |      |  |  | |
|tradesmen and of ye Imbarkation,                                               |      |  |  | |
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|To Capt. Hawes for one 4th part of ye Shipp,                       |100   |0 |0 | |
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|To the Custome-house for Cooks, Warrants, dutys of            |18    |4 |0 | |
|beddings and other goods, and to the Surveyors and                  |      |  |  | |
|Clerks, &c.,                                                                              |      |  |  | |
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|To Capt. Hawes for ye passage,                                           |945   |0 |0 | |
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|To Mr. Roger for books,                                                       |30    |0 |0 | |
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|for Brandy, Sugar, figgs, raisons and sugar, biscuits                 |5     |0 |0 | |
|for the sick,                                                                               |      |  |  | |
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|ffor the six pence a head to ye custom of Gravesend,              |5     |2 |6 | |
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|To ye ship's crew for brandy,                                                 |      |15|0 | |
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|To three of our men, one to serve in ye kitchen and             2  |2     |7 |0 | |
|to cleane ye shipp for 14 weekes,                                              |      |  |  | |
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|To the Marriners in James River,                                            |1     |2 |0 | |
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|To ye Cooke,                                                                          |      |5 |0 | |
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|To Ompton{7} to make ye Declaration, and to York to           |      |9 |0 | |
|give his Excellency the King's Letter,                                          |      |  |  | |
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{7}Hampton.
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|To 2 men of Mr. Servant, who brought fruite, sider and           |      |2 |6 | |
|milke to our people,                                                                  |      |  |  | |
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|To Mr. Servant for 4 busshels of Salt,                                    |      |11|0 | |
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|For a boat to put some people ashoare, and to goe to             |      |3 |0 | |
|Mr. Servant for a Certificate how he saw Capt. Hawes             |      |  |  | |
|abuse us and our goods, and to bring ye salt,                             |      |  |  | |
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|To Capt. Hawes for Hamacks, brandy, and other                  |21    |8 |0 | |
|extraordinarys according to his note,                                          |      |  |  | |
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|for bread and baggs given to the people of James Town,       |17    |18|0 | |
|upon ye Road,                                                                           |      |  |  | |
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|at ye falls and in Manikin Towne for a barrell of                      |1     |10|0 | |
|Butter,                                                                                       |      |  |  | |
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|for 2s. 6d. a head given to one hundred goeing by land,         |12    |10|0 | |
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|To those who have loaden ye 2 first Sloops,                             |      |6 |0 | |
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|for a great pewter dish lent to ye people and lost,                    |      |10|0 | |
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|for 2 Muttons Killed at ye falls for ye people,                          |      |17|0 | |
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|To Champayne for dressing ye meat 2 dayes in the Towne,      |      |2 |0 | |
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|To the Troops who went up with us to Manikin Towne,          |      |15|0 | |
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|for Smelt and Price Sloops,                                                  |10    |12|0 | |
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|for a boat to load the last sloope,                                             |      |7 |0 | |
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|To the men who set some of our people over James River,       |      |5 |0 | |
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|for 3 great baggs,                                                                 |      |12|6 | |
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|for 3 horses, one Coliar, Saddle, for Cart, the                     |16    |18|0 | |
|pasture, fferrys, &c., &c.,                                                        |      |  |  | |
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|for one Bullock at ye falls,                                                    |2     |10|0 | |
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|To Capt. Weebb for 3 beefs, Corne, onions, tobacco, one   |17    |6 |8 | |
|Saddle, 4 Pannells and furnitures, &c., &c.,                              |      |  |  | |
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|for 6 bundles of bed ropes, 3 of lines, 3 Cows' bells,             |2     |9 |0 | |
|two Lanthornes, 24 Girtes, one Leather halter, four                  |      |  |  | |
|paires of leather Stirrups, one Estrille, &c., &c.,                       |      |  |  | |
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|for 2 Sithes and furnitures,                                                    |      |11|0 | |
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|for 10 pounds of Shoe thread, 12 Knives, one other             |2     |3 |9 | |
|cutting-Knife and awl blades, men's and woman's Lasts,          |      |  |  | |
|tacks, punch, blades, &c., &c.,                                               |      |  |  | |
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|for Joiners' tooles,                                                               |1     |11|0 | |
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|To Morel and Marche for 13 dayes to ye mill,                      |      |13|0 | |
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|To Boff and Moriset,                                                            |      |6 |6 | |
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|To Sugre and Orange for baking,                                         |      |15|0 | |
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|To Richard de Pre and Gacory, Senior, for marking and       |      |19|0 | |
|clearing the Cart road and ye streets of the Towne,                  |      |  |  | |
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|To Mr. Hatcher for carrying up Meale and goods,               |3     |10|0 | |
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|for one Grindstone and hands,                                              |      |17|0 | |
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|for ye Charges of ye second Journey to James Towne, the    |      |18|0 | |
|first having been returned,                                                        |      |  |  | |
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|To Mattory, Sugre and Cuper for bringing a barrell of           |      |10|6 | |
|fish from ye River, and for clearing the Cart road,                     |      |  |  | |
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|To Cuper for his Sabre broken by ye sentry upon the             |      |2 |6 | |
|Shipp,                                                                                     |      |  |  | |
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|To Voyer and Panetier to dig a little store in ye                      |      |5 |0 | |
|ground,                                                                                   |      |  |  | |
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|To Mr. Verry for seven dayes to the mill and to fetch             |      |7 |0 | |
|the cart,                                                                                  |      |  |  | |
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|for ye Journey to Apomatox and ye ferryes,                         |      |12|6 | |
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|To Mr. Ascough for peas, and ye carrying y'm up w'th         |2     |0 |0 | |
|some meale and goods,                                                          |      |  |  | |
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|To Bouchet, Panetier, and Gaury, Junior, for 12 days in      |      |12|0 | |
|the woods,                                                                            |      |  |  | |
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|To Gaury, Senior, for the subsistance of his child                 |1     |7 |6 | |
|remaining of his passage,                                                        |      |  |  | |
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|To Du Tartre and Sassin for 33 dayes worke in the            |1     |13|0 | |
|Kitchin to ye Mill, marking and clearing the Cart Road,          |      |  |  | |
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|for great Nailes for the Pares doors,                                     |      |  |9 | |
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|To ye Miller to suffer our people by his fire and to               |      |2 |6 | |
|dispatch them.                                                                      |      |  |  | |
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|To Capt. Hebbs for one Cart and 6 busshells of Onions,   |3     |11|6 | |
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|To Mr. Dejoux at Williamsburgh,                                              |10|3 | |
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|To Capt. Cocke and his brother for 10 Cowes and a       |23    |11|0 | |
|Calfe,                                                                                   |      |  |  | |
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|for ye Journey to Capt. Hebbe and Williamsburgh, and ye  |1     |9 |9 | |
|fferrys going and comeing,                                                    |      |  |  | |
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|To Mrs. Ascough and Druly for carrying up meal and         |3     |2 |6 | |
|goods,                                                                                  |      |  |  | |
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|To Morel for the subsistance of his child remaining of          |1     |7 |6 | |
|his passage,                                                                          |      |  |  | |
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|To Mr. Ascough for carrying 600 meal,                              |      |18|0 | |
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|To Jouany for 2 bushells of peas, carryed up,                      |      |11|0 | |
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|for one wheat mill and wheele,                                           |3     |10|0 | |
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|To Mr. Chastain for ye subsistance of his 4 chilldren          |5     |10|0 | |
|remaining of their passage,                                                     |      |  |  | |
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|To Saum for his child,                                                         |1     |7 |6 | |
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|To ye widow ffaure for her child,                                         |1     |7 |6 | |
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|To the new Miller,                                                               |      |2 |6 | |
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|To Mr. Ascough for Corne,                                                |1     |7 |0 | |
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|for Corne for ye Horse,                                                       |      |1 |0 | |
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|for severall presents in Snuff boxes and money to               |4     |10|0 | |
|people kind and helpfull to us,                                                |      |  |  | |
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|To Mr. Phillipe, Minister, and others in money to              |42    |17|3 |9|
|assist them in their distemper, and tooles to put them              |      |  |  | |
|to work above,                                                                     |      |  |  | |
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|To the carpenter and workmen who have cut downe, sawne |5     |8 |0 | |
|and prepared timbers for ye Church and minister's                   |      |  |  | |
|house,                                                                                     |      |  |  | |
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|ffor the Charges of this Journey and severall others to            |0     |0 |0 | |
|the Mill, to ye falls, to Capt. Weebb, &c., &c.,                        |      |  |  | |
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|                                                                                   |£1,422|03|11|9|
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|Money received,|£1,443|12|06| |
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|Money disburst,|1,422 |03|11|9|
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|Remaines,      |£21   |08|7 |9|
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