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Orders on Edward Price for the Quarterly Payment of the Assistants and Others in the Creek Department.

1797
Mar. 9
No. 1 Timothy Barnard  $233.1/3
  2 Alexander Cornell  133.1/3
  3 James Burges 133.1/3
  4 Richard Thomas  66.2/3
Aug. 3   Cash paid by Maclin 100.00
25   Timothy Barnard, by ditto 175.00
    Richard Thomas  50.00
Sept. 17 5 Jeremiah Spellar, Creek farmer 60.00
20 6 Sackfield Maclin  12.34
Oct. 3 7 Timothy Barnard 175.00
  8 Timothy Barnard, for Felix Counts 196.00
6 9 Richard Thomas  50.00
7 10 Alexander Cornell 100.00
16 11 John Galphin, express rider  37.00
Nov. 5 12 Robt. Walton, express rider 207.00
Dec. 17 13 Alexander Cornell 100.00
19 14 Richard Thomas  150.90
28 15 Townly Bruce 22.00
31 16 Richard Thomas  50.00
1798
Jan. 1
17 Richard Thomas 3.75
Mar. 10 18 Timothy Barnard, to the 1st of January, 1798  175.00
1798
May 9
  James Burges, to December 31st, 1797 550.00
Nov. 8 William Beard, an assistant for 6 months.48.00
   [2827.00 2/3]

Orders on Edward Price, U. S. Factor, for Sundries for the Creek Department as Contingencies.

1797
Sept. 17
No. 1 Iofekeh, the wounded chief $ 18.00
22 2 ditto ditto  23.00
27 3 ditto ditto   
  4 Captain Johney, half bushel of salt 1.00
Oct. 7 5 Negro Primus  3.00
30 6 White Lieutenant 2.50
Nov. 1 7 Thletaupee, 4 kegs brandy  
Nov. 4 8 Momejuh, for the recovery of a horse 7.50
5 9 Emautley Hutkey  1.50
12 10 Cotchau Tustunnagau  15.75
  11 Chemauille 12.25
13 12 Iofekeh, the wounded chief 25.00
  13 Yeauholau Mico, for pork for Smith's  35.00
15 14 Cullosabe, for McIntosh negros 25.00
16 15 Eufau Tustunnagau, two bags meal.  
20 16 Whoethlau Nookesaw  3.75
28 17 Tustunnagau Luste, one blanket.  
Dec. 16 18 Opoi Haujo, the old chief, one bag salt, 30 lbs. of meal.  
16 19 Family of the agent of Tuckabatchee, 40 lbs. flower.  
20 20 Tustunnagau Emautlau, ten lbs. of beef and fifty pounds of meal.  
  21 Lohtau Haujo, a credit of 4 dollars.  
  22 Tustunnagau Emautlau, 25 lbs. meal.  
  23 John Hoskins, five dollars.  
  24 Nitta Huntleah, 25 lbs. of meal.  
  25 Emautlau Haujo, 25 lbs. meal.  
  26 Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, 25 lbs. meal.  
  27 do do 1 quart rum.  
  28 do & Emautlau Haujo, 1 blanket each.  
21 29 Andrew Darouzeaux, 5 dollars.  
22 30 Yeauholau Mico, 1 bag of salt.  
  31 Opoiethly Tustunnagau, four bags of corn and two quarts of salt & 1 quart of brandy.  
  32 Ochese Tustunnagau, 25 lbs. flower, 2 lbs. sugar, one shirt, 1 silk handkerchief.  
  33 ditto, 25 lbs. of flower for 2 expresses.  
  34 Nitta Huntleah, six bushels of corn.  
  35 Mico Thlucco, one bushel corn.  
  36 Ochese Tustunnagau, one bottle rum.  
  37 Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, 2 bags corn.  
  38 Wauthlucco Haujo, 2 bags corn.  
  39 Andrew Darouzeaux, an express, 10 lbs. flower, 10 lbs. of beef.  
  40 Andrew Darouzeaux, express, 5 dollars.  
  41 Ochese Tustunnagau have one bottle of wine and one of rum and one black silk handkerchief.  
  42 Ochese Tustunnagau, 1 bottle wine, 25 lbs. flower and two bags of corn.  
  43 Suahoey, 25 lbs. flower.  
  44 Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, 2 bushels of corn  
Dec. 22 45 John Tarvin, 1 dollars. 
Mittahose, 1 blanket petticoat, shift & tin kettle.
 
  46 Isweauri, bushel corn.  
1798 Jan. 1 47 Mary Brown, for property taken and destroyed when her husband was murdered, 18 April, 1797.  
  48 Ochese Tustunnagau, 1 bottle wine & one of rum.  
  49 Ochese Tustunnagau, seven dollars 50 cents, for going express for the brother of the Indian killed on the 22nd December.  
3 50 Wauthlucco Haujo & Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, 10 lbs. meat, 10 lbs. beef.  
  51 Ochese Tustunnagau, 25 lbs. flower.  
  52 John Barnard, 25 lbs. flower and 20 lbs. beef or pork.  
  53 Ochese Tustunnagau, bushel salt & 1 knife.  
  54 John Barnard, 1 bushel of corn.  
  55 Iokee, 25 lbs. meat.  
4 56 Iokee, 1 bag of salt.  
  57 John Barnard, 5 dollars.  
  58 Ohiethly Tustunnagau, 10 lbs. pork.  
  59 Ochese Tustunnagau, 9 bags of corn.  
  60 Emautlau Haujo, bushel salt.  
  61 Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, 1 bushel of corn.  
  62 Suahoey, 30 lbs. bacon.  
  63 Indian department, 1 bushel of corn.  
  64 Hothletocco, 2 bags of corn & 1 bag of salt.  

Orders on Edward Price, U. S. Factor, for Contingencies in the Creek Department.

1797
Sept. 18
No. 1 Hannah Hales, harness, hay, etc 4.75
Oct. 2 2 Daniel Spiller, for seed wheat 3.00
1798
Jan. 19
  William Gray, for packhorses to carry distressed familys to Tensaw 10.00
19   Mahonidjee of Cusseta, one keg of 2 gallons whiskey for a horse.  
19   Chaktulgee of Cusseta, one keg of 2 gallons whiskey for a mare and colt taken up at Taulauhatchee.  
July 5   Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, one bag salt and two kegs of whiskey for the recovery of stolen property.  
6   Towwehegee of Cheauhau, one gun for one stolen by a white person.  
May 20   Mico Thlucco of Cusseta, ten dollars, being a part of the extra fund sent to my care by the Secretary at War.  
20   Nehau Thlucco of Cusseta, twelve & half dollars.  
12   Thomas Marshall, fifteen dollars for a beef to meeting on the 5th.  
    Thomas Carr, twenty-nine dollars fifty cents for sundries furnished distressed travelers on their way to Mobile.  
May 14   John Tyler, public smith, ninety-seven dollars thirty-four cents for sundries.  
19   David Randon, twenty-six dollars fifty cents for provisions and board furnished distressed travelers on their way to Mobile.  
June 13   Nitta Hundeah, going on public service to Tuckabatchee 2.50
    Sauwahidjau, an Indian wounded on 22 Dec. and unable to get a livelyhood 12.50
Aug. 21   Chietoolgee (Jack), 20 lbs. of flower for taking and restoring a public horse.  
21   Eufaulau Tustunnagau, a public express with dispatches from the Commissioners at Tellico and from Mr. Dinsmoor.  
27   Sohtigee, a Cusseta woman, 12 lbs. of flower and 12 lbs. of beef to enable her and her son to return to that town.