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On W. Hawkins.

1799
Oct. 17 
No.1 Ocheefcau of Cusseta, for a beef for the public meeting at Coweta $ 10.00
  2 Sumaule, for a beef for the public meeting at Cusseta 12.50
20 3 Fullauman, for a guard with Mrs. McIntosh's negros 3.00
20 4 Cattoqo, for a guard with Mrs. McIntosh's negros 3.00
20 5 James Forester, for a guard with Mrs. McIntosh's negros 3.00
20 6 James Forester, for that sum paid James Surges for receiving for the warriors and risque taken 30.00
  7 Auhulie Auhaulau, as a guard with Mrs. McIntosh's negros, 20 October, 1799 3.00
1799
Jan. 1
1 Fuscehatche Haujo, for bringing public dispatches from Hillabee 5.00
12 2 Stephen Hawkins, an express with public dispatches from Hillabee 5.00
  3 Normand Mountague, public striker at Tuckabatchee, 1st Sept.-31st Dec. 40.00
15 4 Olohtau Haujo of Ooseuchee, for a stolen mare 15.00
20 5 Townly Bruce, for a public packet brought from Colonel Gaither 3.00
    Emautlau Haujo, 2 or 3 bags of meal or corn.  
31 7 Dole of Yeauholau Mico, for 1,500 rails for the Indian department  7.50
Feb. 27 8 Nauothee, with public dispatches, in company with Japtha Tarvin to Fort Wilkinson, 3.00
Apr. 9 9 James Looch, for a horse and the hire of a horse to McDonald and Killingsworth, distressed travelers 25.00
Apr. 9 11 Lewis Rowley, a striker, to the public smith at Coweta, from 1st January to the 31st March 30.00
15 12 John Tarvin, for horse hire and labour for public service 13.00
   [211.00]

Tustunnagau Cochookomee.

July 31   Efau Tustunnagau, on the stipend to the medal chiefs according to the treaty with McGillivray for 1798, ten dollars, 2, ditto 12.00
Aug. 2   Chief of Coweta Tallauhassee, one bushel of salt 2.50
3   George Cornell 2.75
    Ditto 1.00
23   Tussekiah Mico 3.00
Oct. 18   Paid for corn at the Cusseta square 2.00
    Tussekiah Mico 5.00
Sept. 24   Paid an express from Burges to St. Mark's with letter to Mr. Utak 2.00
Oct. 20   Paid Jack of the Green, a public express 3.00
21   Paid Tuskeegee Tustunnagau 9.00
29   Paid Tyler Brothers for the recovery of a public horse 2.50
20 No. 8 Aupeithle, for three horses and sundry articles of small property taken or destroyed when Major Adams attacked the Indians near Fort Fidins; this account allowed by the chiefs out of their stipend 70.00
20 9 Thauneco, brother of Mico Thlucco, as a guard for Mrs. McIntosh's negros 3.00
21 10 Nitta Huntleah, for restoring two public horses 5.00
25 11 Nehau Thlucco, of the stipend allowed the 6 medal chiefs, etc 5.00
26 12 Cusseta Tustunnagau Thlucco, his portion of the stipend allowed the great medal chiefs and other beloved men of that town, for 1798 10.00
28 13 Framautlau, for his services as a guide and hunter with the Commissioners of Spain and the U. S 7.25
28 14 Sauwaulee, for his services as a guide and hunter with the Commissioners of Spain and the U. S 11.00
Oct. 28. 15 Ofonitche of Coweta, for his services as a guide and hunter with the Commissioners and to accompany Mr. Robbins to St. Mark's 11.25
  16 Aupoique Haujo, for his services as a guide and hunter with the Commissioners, from 13th August to 29th October, both inclusive 19.50
  17 Oche Haujo, for his services as a guide and hunter with the Commissioners of Spain and the U. S., from 14 September to 29 October, both inclusive 11.50
31 18 Naukeche, marked in the certificate, No. 8, Immauthlmuke, for his services as a guide and hunter with the Commissioners of Spain and the U. S., from 13 August to 17th inst., inclusive, 66 days  16.50
Nov. 1 19 Okelesee Nehau, of the Tussekiah Mice's village, for taking care of two public horses which were stolen from the Commissioner's escort and recovered.  
1 20 Hoseputtalk Tustunnagau, for apprehending two negros of Mrs. McIntosh 20.00
6 21 The son of Yeauholau Mico, four dollars for a packet on public accounts sent to Fort Wilkinson.  
8 22 William McIntosh, for restoring a negro belonging to Mrs. McIntosh 10.00
9 23 Efau Haujo, for recovery of a stolen horse, by an Uchee from near Carr's Bluff 2.50
  24 Mico Thlucco, of the stipend allowed the great medal chief of Cusseta, etc 20.00
  25 Tuskeegee Tustunnagau 20.00
Dec. 8 26 Hopoiejee of Cusseta, for a canoe stolen by two negros, the property of a citizen of Georgia, who fled to Bowles 6.25
8   Ofullejee of Ocfuskee, for an express to His Excellency, Governor Foch 7.50
10 27 Sauwauhidjee, for recovery of a negro belonging to W. Ingram 12.50
10 28 Mr. Thomas Carr, for a horse to go to Pensacola on public account.  
11 29 Tustunnagau Emautlau, for the provisions for the national council at Tuckabatchee 12.50
11 30 Olohluh Mico, one blanket for butchering beef for the national council.  
Dec. 11 31 Tustunnagau Haujo, for a beef for John Miller, the smith at Tuckabatchee 7.50
  32 Tustunnagau Emautlau and Tustunnagau Haujo, agents for the stipend to the medal chief and others of Tuckabatchee 798.00
12 33 Tunnotalkee, for beef and bread furnished the chiefs at the national council at the annual meeting at Tuckabatchee 54.75
22 34 Tallauman, for recovering a horse of Colonel Hawkins' stolen at Hatchetoochee 7.00
22 35 Imhulle, for provisions 66.50
  36 Tewhooche, for pork 5.12
  37 Timothy Barnard, 1 quarter's pay, 1 July - 30 September 175.00
    On Mr. Wright Imhulle 71.50
Mar. 13   Mr. Barnard 175.00

The Indian Department.

Oct. 1 No. 1 Emautlau Haujo, for public dispatches from F. W. $ 4.00
3 2 Thomas Marshall, for a beef for the Smith's Tallauhassee 11.00
Dec. 4   The wife of Yeauholau Mico, one bag of flower, one of corn.  
17   Stitlepica Chate, one grind stone for the village of Tussekiah Mico.  
18   Thomas Marshall, on the order of Cheauhau Mico for the recovery of 2 negros of John Houtton McIntosh of McIntosh County 25.00
25   James Lovet, trader of Coweta Tallauhassee, for sundries for the Indian department 4.37

Private Expenses.

1797
Oct. 3
  Cash to Miss Viney 20.00
    Cash paid the sadler 2.25
Nov. 9   Jacob, three dollars, 36 3.36
15   Stimmahikee 16.67
17   Tunmautalkee 20.00
1798
Apr. 26
67 Isthtolobe of Coweta Tallauhassee, twelve and a half dollars for the recovery of a negro named Tom, the property of William Radcliff of the Cherokees.  
Apr. 26 68 Eufale Tustunnagau 16.50
27 69 John Headham, for 73 lbs. bacon, 32 chalks, for the use of the public factory at Tallauhassee.  
  70 Mr. Headham's daughters, for 176 lbs. of bacon for the use of the public factory at Tallauhassee. 75.
May 10   Yeauholau Mice, for a beef for the public meeting, 8 dollars.  
    Ditto, .25 dollars on the extra fund sent to my care by the Secretary of War on the - . 
The wife of Yeauholau Mico for two tin kettles and a small loaf of white sugar.
 

An Account of Sundries Furnished William Hubbard, 19 May, 1798.

One pair of Britannias $ 3.50
8 yds linsey at 62c 5.31
9 skeins of thread .25
6 needles .06
7 yds. brown sheeting at 62c 4.37
4 handkerchiefs at 62c 2.50
2 lbs. soap .50
10 lbs. bacon 1.06
2 3 point blankets 5.33 
  $22.89
 

Signed, JAMES HUBBARD. 


Account of Sundries Furnished Wm. McDonald & Francis Killinsworth on the 29th May.

12 yds. Russia sheeting at 62c $ 7.81
8 skeins white thread, 25c; 4 yds. linsey, 62c 3.06
2 handkerchiefs, $1.25; 2 lbs. soap, 50c 1.75
6 yds. Russia sheeting, 62c  3.75
4 yds. striped linsey, 62c 2.81
4 ditto 2.50
4 yds. Russia sheeting, 62c 2.50
12 skeins white thread 37
6 yds. Russia sheeting 3.75
2 handkerchiefs 1.25
2 lbs. soap .50
20 bushels of corn, 67c 13.33
100 lbs. bacon 10.75
5 horse ropes .93
3 pack saddles 9.00
4 3 point blankets 10.67
  $ 74.75
Freight 2.00
  $ 76.75

Signed, 
His FRANCIS X KILLINGSWORTH.Mark 
WILLIAM McDONALD. 

Witness: 
RICHARD THOMAS, 
Clerk in the Indian Department.