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A Historical Span Classsearchtermspan Classsearchtermcollectionspan
R R Royal Ralph Hinman
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The price of lead was established at 6d. Per pound.
Capt. J. Lester was paid 861 : 16 : 6, for building the row galley Shark, being his whole account.
An order of 50 was drawn in favor of Capt. Lester, advance pay, for him and 25 carpenters under him, employed to go to Crown Point at the request of Gen. Schuyler, to build batteaux, (to be refunded by the general government. ) It was voted, that a quantity of lead owned by Jonathan Kilbourn, Esq. , of Colchester, and used by him on t
...he water wheel of his saw mill, should not be taken from him, for public use, until actually want- ed ; and then only by the selectmen of Colchester, without further orders.
500 pounds of gun powder were ordered for the town of Fairfield, to be delivered by N. Shaw at New London.
It was voted that the owners of the privateer sloop Broome, might 364 REVOLUTIONARY WAR, 1776.
receive of N. Shaw, Jr. , 500 pounds (mostly) of cannon powder, at 5s. 4d. Per pound.
Lieut. Col. S. Mott was appointed colonel of the the 1st regiment, then raising for the northern service, in the place of Col.


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