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That the peto. Of Alexr. Gilaspy to be allowed for sundry tools which [illegible] petitioner when employed as an armored in Collo. Byrds regiment and were loot be rejected being no [proof?] [illegible] claim On consideration of the peto. Of Simon Miller and Robt. Rennolds inspectors of tobo. At Layton’s warehouse it appears to your comer. that altho’ the said warehouses were well secured with good lock they were broke open in the years 71 and 72 and two [pounds?] of crop tobo. taken thereout that your petrs. [illegible] the term of 11..18..2 1/2 for one of the said [illegible] of tobo. and 994 to [illegible] of the other R. that the sd. Peto. is reasonable and that the said petr. ought to be reimbursed the sd. sum of 11..18..2 1/2 for one of the said [illegible] of tobo. and the further sum of £ 8..5..8 for the other R. That the peto. of Moses Swinny to be allowed for a uninspected tobo. lost by the fresh in May 1771 either from Shoccoe’s or Byrd’s warehouse is reasonable and that the sd. Petr. ought to be allowed the sum of £9 for the same R. That the peto. of [illegible]is reasonable and that the petr. ought to be allowed the sum of £10 for his present relief and the further sum of £5 per anno during life as a recompence for the wounds he received in the service of the country R. The the peto. of Samuel Poe a soldier in the Virga. Regime is reasonable and that the petr. ought to be allowed the sum of £20 for his present relief and the further sum of £5 per anno during life as a recompence for the wounds he received in the service of the country
[in pencil] H. B. May 20, 1774 F50 16