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Account of Henry Davis, 1769 May 3.

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1764 The Public To Henry Davis Dec. 26th. To ferrage, James Stokes prisenor, Sherif & Attendance...….3s.9d 1765. March 19th, To ferrage, Jam. Rouny do. & Sherif.....1s.10 1/2d Augt. 1st. To do. James Willis do. Sherif & Attendance......5s.0 1766. May 26th . To do. 15 Indians...............9s.4 1/2d Mem. so farr was sent over before, but by mistake was omitted in the Book of Claims } £1.0.0

Oct. 29th. To ferrage 7 Indians 4s.4 1/2d 1768. Feb. 21st. To ferrage Chrislo. Singleton Prisr. Sherif & Attendance 6s.0d Mar. 20th. To do. Richard Chapman. Prisr. Sherif & Anttendance .6s Decr. 10th. To do/ Richard Chapman do. Sherif & Atten . . . . 8s 1769. March 2d. To do. 23 Indians Notoway £1.3s.0 19th To do. 2 Nansimond. do 2s [total] £2.9s,4 1/2d 1769. May 3rd. This day Henry Davis made Oath before me that the above services was really & bonafide done & perform'd, & that he has never rec'd any satisfaction for the same, Hartwell Cocke