April 1789, Georgia (Creeks)

Source: Southeastern Native American Documents, 1730-1842, Digital Library of Georgia. http://www.galileo.usg.edu/express?link=zlna

Augusta 13th April 1789
His Honor The Governor
Sir,
Agreeable to order I beg leave to hand your honor account of the Indian Goods on hand — some of the Beads want new Stringing and part of the saddles new padding which I beg to be directed to have done, should your honor think is right.

I am very respectfully Your Honors Humble Serv.
Rob’t S Forsyth
 
Account of the Indian Goods remaining in the hands of Rob. Forsyth 13th. April 1789
3 Boxes containing 70 Trading Guns at 25/each — 87.10.0
16 dozen cuttoes from 5/6 to 8/9 — 5.12.0.
17 10/12 doz Razors at 52/6 –3.18.0
9 Pair Spurs at 5/3 — 2.7.3
12 Indian Saddles at 46/3  –  27.15.0
97 lbs read Lead at 1/ea —  4.17.0
53 1/2 lbs pure vermilion 10/8 — 28.10.8
11 Gross Binding 12/3 — 6.14.9
11 1/2 ditto Caddice at 16/each — 9.4.0
2 Gross& 2 pc Gartering 19/1-1/2  —  2.7.9
1 9/12 doz Nonesopretty at 10/6 — 0.18.4
45 lb Beads and a qty 1/9  —  9.3.3
[Stored at Mr Rays.] Wine 60 Gall. 7/  — 21.0.0
1 Barrell  brown Sugar say 200 lbs 50/ — 5.0.0
Total: £214.8.0
E. E.
Rob. Forsyth S. Agent
 
There were a Quantity of Brass Kettles delivered in to the hands of Mr. Dixon, Keeper of the Military Stores; which, if on hand, can be added to the above —
R. F.

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