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The Commissioners for ascertaining and marking the boundary line between the Indian nations and the U. S.:

1797
Dec. 13
No. 1 To two blankets and 50 lbs. of corn meat delivered Nohah Tustunnagau and Ochese Tustunnagau, two of the Commissioners of the Creeks.
  2 Emautle Haujo, ditto, 25 lbs. of meal.
  3 John Galphin, ditto, 25 lbs. of flower.
  4 John Galphin, 15 dollars.
  5 John Galphin, 10 dollars.
  6 Wauthlucco Haujo, 25 lbs. of meal & 4 quarts of salt.
Dec. 17 7 Emautle Haujo, one bushel corn.
  8 Tuskeegee Tustunnagau, two bushels.
  9-10 ditto, one bottle rum.
  10 John Galphin, two dollars.
  11 Emautle Haujo, 20 lbs. beef, 25 lbs. flower.
  12 John Galphin, seven dollars.

The United States in Account with the Commissioners for Ascertaining and Marking the Creek Boundary.

1797
Sept. 9
No. 1 Paid John Batts Bard for corn for the escort returning from the Cherokee line p 3.50
14 2 John Linsey for ditto 3.00
  3 William Lord for 3 bushels corn 1.50
15 4 Shadrick Taylor for corn & fodder 3.00
19 5 Wm. Edwards for sheaf oats 1.25
1798
Jan. 3
5-6 David McKinney, express from General Pickins 8.00
9 6 James Young for corn & fodder .42
11 7 George Vaughn for corn 1.14
15 8 Joseph Wilson for whiskey  1.25
  9 John shields for bacon & corn for the surveyors 6.00
22 10 George Vaughn, a pilot 13.00
  11 Wm. M. Stokes, a pilot 9.00
  12 John Lafferty, a pilot 9.00
30 13 Wm. Kilpatrick, pack horseman 14.00
  14 Abraham Anderson chain carrier 14.00
  15 Rheubon Reynolds, chain carrier 14.00
Feb. 3 16 J. C. Kilpatrick, small expenses 4.50
  17 J. C. Kilpatrick, as surveyor 100.00
    The contractor, his account for supplies for the Commissioners, surveyors & assistants, certified 392.59
12   John Galphin, as Creek Commissioner and interpreter to the Commissioners, a draft on E. Price, U. S. Factor 94.00
Feb. 12   5 Creek Commissioners, one dollar each per day, a draft on E. Price 243.00
    Two Indian attendants, ditto, on ditto 23.00
11   Joel Freeman, for his and assistants services in marking the lines 13.00
    John Brown, for T. Wade for pack horse service 16.50
14   J. Brown & Randal Carter, for ditto 17.00
    Joseph Spillar, for attendance on Indian Commissioners 19.00
      $1,024.65
1798
Feb. 16
  Dr. Phil Carroll, for self and associates in marking the line $ 14.00
18   Martin Swob, 3 day's labour in ditto .75
    Benjamin Hawkins, as Commissioner on the Cherokee line, from 11 March to 12 September, both inclusive, 186 days at $4, 744.00
    To ditto, as Commissioner on the Creek line, 41 days at 4 dollars per day 164.00
      $1,947.40
1798
Feb. 2
  By a draft on the Secretary of War in favour of J. C. Kilpatrick, public surveyor,  100.00
    By sundry drafts on E. Price, U. S. Factor, as stated in the account 448.25
    By contractor's account, to be paid by J. Habersham 392.59
    By balance due the Commissioners, to be drawn for by Benjamin Hawkins on the Secretary of War 1,006.56
      $1,947.40