“Goods supplied to Indians by Colonel Byrd”, from McDowell, William L. Colonial Records of South Carolina: Documents Relating to Indian Affairs, 1754-1765. Columbia, SC.  University of South Carolina Press.  pp.456-458. These were likely primarily provided to the Cherokee, even though not always stated as such.  (Thanks to J. Mullins)

A List of Goods taken from the Traders by Colonel Byrd for the Use of the Indians

April 4th, 1758
6 Boxes Paint
1 Brass Kettle Wt. 4-1/2
5 Pieces Strowds
3 Pieces Booting
3 Guns
1 Piece Stript Flannel
7 Pro Ear Babbs
S Ps. Blanketts
1 Dozen Hatchets
2-1/2 Lb. Small Beads
1 Gross Cadice
1 Gross Gartering
2 Dozen Pro Ear Babbs
4-1/2 Bunches Barley Corn Beads
12-1/2 Lb. Gun Powder
25 Lb. Lead
4-1/2 Dozen Knives
3 Pieces Ribbon
14 Tobacco
1 Peck Salt
14 Yards Stript Cotton
1 Gallon Rum
2 Pieces Cadice
2 Ps. Gartering

Those Things were taken from Mr. Gowdy and given to the Great Warriour
and his Gang by Colonel Byrd, April 4th, 1758.

April 7th, 1758
6 Yards of Negro Cloth (for Powder Baggs)
4-1/2 Yards Oznabrigs (for Shott Baggs)
6 Pieces Stript Flannel
2 Pieces Strowds
6 Pieces Booting
6 Dozen Hatchetts
4 Pieces Stript Cotton
16 Blanketts
10 Dozen Knives
2 Bolts Oznabrigs
150 Wt. Gun Powder
300 Wt. Lead
2 Pieces Check
2 Pieces Strowds
Mr. Gowdy, April 7th, 1758
April 29th, 1758
2 Pieces Strowds
I Piece Gar lix
I Box Paint
5 71, Yards Callamanio
3 Yards Strowds
I Match Coat
75 Skins
2 Arm Plates
2 Hair Plates
4 Lb. Vermillion
I Lb. Bulletts
SO Yards Garlix
Mr. Beamer, April 29th, 1758

April 1oth, 1758
46 Check Shirts
4 Caggs Rum, 5 Gallons each
2 Yards Oznabrigs
2 Indian Trading Guns out of the Indian Presents at Fort Loudon
Captain Paul Demere, April 10th, 1758

An Account of Goods Issued to the Indians by Colonel Byrd at Fort Prince George, April 29th, 1758

April 29th, 1758
8 Pieces Strowds
6 Pieces Stript Cotton
10-1/2 Dozen of Check Shirts
3 Pieces Booting
60 Hatchetts
42 Trading [Guns]
5 Dozen and 4 Knives
4 Boxes Paint
1/2 Piece Stript Flannel
21 Yards Garlix
33 Yards Oznabrigs
1-1/2 Baggs Flints
100 Weight Powder
200 Weight Trading Bulletts
3 Yards Strowds
1 Match Coat
75 Skins Weight 161 Lb.
2 Arm Plates
2 Hair Plates
4 Lb. Vermillion
1 Lb. Bulletts
50 Yards Garlix

Those Things [were] given by Colonel Byrd to the Estatoe People that went with him to Virginia, May 1st, 1758.

[No date]
[147] 64 Shirts
2 Pieces Stript Cotton
8 Guns

Those Things were given to the Great Warriour and his Gang.

An Account of Things delivered Mr. John Elliott to be carryed over to Fort Loudon by Colonel Byrd’s Orders, May 2d, 1758

May 2d, 1758
800 Weight Gun Powder
1600 Weight Trading Bulletts
13 Pieces Strowds
3 Pieces Duffells
16 Blankets
5-1/2 Piece Stript Flannel
3 Pieces Booting
2 Pieces Check
1 Bolt Oznabrigs
3 Boxes Paint
6 Pieces Stript Cotton
18 Douzen and 8 Cutteau Knives
72 Check Shirts
5-1/2 Yards Callamanco
12 Yards Garlix
10 Dozen Ordinary
2 Small Baggs of Flints

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