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Account of John Chisholm

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Date July 18, 1799
Author Name Stephen Hillis (primary)
Recipient Name [not available]
Summary Accounts of John Chisholm relating to travel and other expenses of delegations of Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, and other tribes to the United States.
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Related Persons/Groups Stephen Hillis; John Chisholm; Cherokee; Creek; Choctaw; Secretary of War; Treasurer of the United States; Edward Carrington; Governor Brook; Chickasaw; Indians; Southern Indians; Governor Blount; John Lusk; John Hunter; wagoner; Joseph Paine; President of the United States; George Leshin; Meeker & Cochran; John Dunwoody; Mary Withy; David Davis; William Anderson; G. Goodman; Peter Willson; E. Carlisle; Thomas R. Rogers; James Boten; M. Marress; Jenning; John Starck; David Walden; William McCreevy; C. Hagton; Simms; Richard Ross; William Spencer; Henry Lee; John Benson; James Mitchell; Thomas Bosher; Paul Thilman; John Darrous; Joseph Clarke; Charles Faris; Thomas Walker; Samuel Clark & Co.; John Mayo; Nancy Ames; Dick Innes & Co; Thomas Sinker; Thomas Willing; John Burgess; Richard Cowen; Daniel Rolley; John Darrows; Isaac Swann; Cox; William Hopkins; Casper Fisher; Glover John & Co; James John; Robert Hunter; John Holcomb; Zachariah Brooks; James Smith; Henry Buford; James Smith; Henry Buford; Samuel Cole; James Bratton; James Jett; Andrew Lewis; John Erevin; James McGravock; Samuel Ingram; Joseph Atkins; Robert Craig; John Yancey; Joseph Sevier; William McBee; James Neeley; Joseph Hawkins; Matthew Wallace; Little Turkey; Sheeloah; Stokentisky; chiefs; Thomas Turnbridge; William Thomspon; John Spars; John O Riely; Kaeljah Warrior; Richard Brown; Joseph Greer; judges of the peace; J. Stiggins; Richard Brown; Jenny Duse; Thigh Wife; Dog Warrior; Nicholas Bartlett; Abner Gray; interpreter; John Kean; Jacob Harman; George Raustan; John Evans; Hawes; Jesse Cheek; Jesse Celbran; L. Harman; J Hams; William Robertson; Ethridge Kenner; Amara Howell; Isaac Brazettan; William Anderson; Elisha Harbour; Willfield; Robert Hensley; Walter Johnston; John Yancy; James Kain; Thomas King; John Baker; James Grunaway; Jacob Baker; Thomas Hamilton; Robert Craig; William Ingram; Laurence Snapp; Abram Dust; Windall; John Stroud; Joseph Howell; Thomas Burk; John Bowman; William Davis; Trinis; Frederick Buckner; William Atkins; William Calhoun; James Craig; Barclay; Henry Clinger; William Riply; S S Campbell; Joshua Gutz; Arthur Bledsoe; William Hope; Daniel Brown; Henry Downing; Arthur Chambers; Martin Capp; Frederick Roern; Samuel Moore; James Cary; John Rogers; Samuel Hodgdon; Mulberry; Willioak; John Watts; R. Brawn; Thigh Indians; ;
Related Places Virginia; Richmond; Knoxville; Philadelphia; Indian Nation; Tackabatches; Tuskeege; Knox County; ;
Keywords warrant; reimburse; transportation; goods; expenses; saddle; bridle; public business; wagon; blankets; hoes; invoice; calico; bridle; shirts; leggings; powder; rifles; brass kettles; visit; bill; account; abstract; debts; cash; provisions; negotiation; interpreting; conference; gun; pack horses; wilderness; receipts; supplies; beef; bread; hog; scarlet coat; certificate; forage; service; stolen property; mission; bay gelding; Pennsylvania Currency; mare; horse; cloak; stockings; silk cap; shirt; ;
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John Chisholm

Acc Currt.

Balance due him 738,35

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Duplicate

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ChEROKEES

CreeKs

Choctaws

== D.r John Chisholm ==
in account in
{| class="wikitable"
|-
| 1795 Sept. 14
| In Warrant Nr. 664 drawn by the Secretary of War on the Treasures of the United States in favour of Edu. Carrington Supervisor of Virginia to reimburse Gov.r Brook for that sum advanced him to repay the transportation of the Chickasaw & Choctaw goods & supporting the Indians from Richmond & Knoxville
| 1.000. -
|-
| 1796 October 29
| For this Sum received from the Treasury Department
| 2.500. -
|-
|
| For this sum received from the Aquit of the War Department to repay the expenses of the Creek, Choctaw, and Cherokee Indians to Philadelphia
| D. 800. -
|-
|
| a Saddle & Bridle he received of the Agent & which he has life in the Indiannation 7. -
| 807. -
|-
| Dec. 9
| For Warrant No. 1693 on account of expenses attending sumary Indians now in Philadelphia 200 -
|
|-
| " 24
| For Warrant No. 1733 ib account ... 2000
| 2200. -
|-
|
| Balance states to be due John Chisholm
| 78, 35
|-
|
| Drs
| 7.243 35
|}

== with the United States Cr ==
{| class="wikitable"

|-
|
| By Balance tue him for transporting goods
from Richmond to Knoxville fpr Acct N.Subscript texto 1
| 51
| 50
|-
|
| By amount of his account conducting Indians
[undecipherable] 22.d July & 23.d Oct. 1795 for Acct. No. 2
| 2.374
| 12
|-
|
| " his services from 27 July to 29 October 1795 -
75 days a 3 Dollars
| 225
| -
|-
|
| By amount of his account when negociatin
with the Southern Indians public business by the
orders of Gov. Blount from 6 Nov 1795
to 24 March 1796 including his services from
6 Nov. 1795 to 24 March 1796. Pu Ac No. 3
| 1232
| -
|-
|
| By amount of his account when negociating with
the Southern Indians public Business by the
orders of Gov. Blount; including his services
from the 8th April to 29 October 1796 No. 4
| 1546
| 12
|-
|
| By amount of his account conducting a party of
Cherokee, Creek, Chicksaw & Choctaw
Indians an a visit to the President of the
United States, including his services from
29th October to 22d Nov. 1796 .. No. 5
| 1816
| 61
|-
|
| Drs.
| 7245
| 35
|-
|
| By Balance State to be due Jn. Chisholm
| 738
| 35
|}

Examina

Steph. Hillis

Knoxville July 18.1799

== No. 1 ==

John Chisholm

Account

for transporting Chicksaw &

Choctaw goods from Richmond

to Knoxville

due Jno. Chisholm 51.50

Captn. John Chisholm

F.r to the United States

1795

{| class="wikitable"
|-
|Nov. 12
| In this sum advanced him by the Agent of the
War Department to depay the Transportation of
the Chicksaw & Choctaw goods from Richmond
to Knoxville
|
| Drs. 255. -
|-
|
| Paid John Lusk waggoner for John Hunter
|
| 60. -
|-
|
| In the following goods which were sold by Joseph
Paine are of the Waggoners Viz.

8 Blankets a 2.50 ... Dr. 20. -

8 Hoes a 1Dr ... 8. -
|
|-
|
|
|
| 28. -
|-
|
| For the following goods which were deficient agreeably
to Invoice from War Office
in the Chickasaw Invoice

1 Piece Callico ... Dr. 10. -

1 Bridle ... 2.50

3 Shirts ... 6. -

5 par leggings ... 6. -
|
|-
|
|
| 24.50
|-
|
| Choctaw Invoice

3 Kegs Powder ... 50. -

3 Rifles ... 60. -

1 Brass Kettle ... 2
| 112. -
|-
|
| Cr
|
| 136.50
|-
|
|
|
| 479.50
|-
|
| By the Transportation of 106,, 0,, 20,,th goods the property of
the Chicksaw & Choctaw Indians (agreeably to Invoice)
from Richmond to Knoxville a 5 Dolls. fr. Cert. the
Contract made by Chisholm with Hunter ...
|
| 531. -
|-
|
| due John Chisholm
| Drs.
| 51.50
|}

(Duplicate)

John Chisholm's i[?]

conducting Indians f[?]

22d July to 23d Oct. 1[?]

[?]

Dr. 2374 [?]


Duplicate


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{| class="wikitable"
|-
|
| [?]
|
|-
| [?]7.55
| 651.24
|-
|
| 2374.12
|
|}

The United States

To John Chisholm Ds.

For the Expences of the Chicksaw & Choctaw Indians on a
visit to the President of the United States, at Philadelphia
betweenthe 22d day of July and 23rd day pf Oct. 1795

{| class="wikitable"
|-
| vouchers No, 1
| Paid
| George Leskin for Bill .... Drs.
| 55.
| -
|-
| 2
| "
| Meeker & Cochran "
| 49,
| 94
|-
| 3
| "
| John Dunwoody "
| 17,
| 19
|-
| 4
| "
| Mary Withy "
| 16,
| 25
|-
| 5
| "
| David Davis "
| 2,
| 65
|-
| 6
| "
| William Anderson "
| 5,
| 66
|-
| 7
| "
| G. Goodman "
| 8,
| 20
|-
| 8
| "
| Peter Willson "
| 18,
| 50
|-
| 9
| "
| E. Carlisle "
| 12,
| 65
|-
| 10
| "
| Thomas R. ROgers "
| 5,
| 18
|-
| 11
| "
| James Boten "
| 16,
| 25
|-
| 12
| "
| M. Marress "
| 14,
| 25
|-
| 13
| "
| Heriman Jenning "
| 45,
| 50
|-
| 14
| "
| John Stack "
| 128,
| 16
|-
| 15
| "
| David Walden "
| 33,
| 25
|-
| 16
| "
| William McCreevy "
| 9,
| 17
|-
| 17
| "
| C. Hogdons "
| 38,
| 50
|-
| 18
| "
| Jesse Simms "
| 35,
| 86
|-
| 19
| "
| Richard Ross "
| 6,
| 50
|-
| 20
| "
| William Spencer "
| 10,
| 50
|-
| 21
| "
| Henry Lee "
| 14,
| -
|-
| 22
| "
| John Benson "
| 3,
| 50
|-
| 23
| "
| Ditto Ditto "
| 38,
| 50
|-
| 24
| "
| James Mitchell "
| 9,
| 65
|-
| 25
| "
| Thomas Bosher & [crossed out]
| 30,
| 80
|-
| 26
| "
| Paul Hilman
| 16,
| 80
|-
| 27
| "
| John Darrous
| 2,
| 66
|-
| 28
| "
| Joseph Clarke
| 20,
| 50
|-
| 29
| "
| Charles Harris
| 12,
| 65
|-
| 30
| "
| Thomas Walker
| 2,
| 75
|-
| 31
| "
| Samuel Clark & Co.
| 118,
| 33
|-
| 32
| "
| John Mayo
| 1,
| 78
|-
|
|
| Carried Forward Dr.
| 801,
| 35
|}

{| class="wikitable"
|-
|
|
| Amount Brought Forward Drs.
| 801,
| 35
|-
| 33
| Paid
| Nancy Amus for Bill
| 35,
| 65
|-
| 34
| "
| Dick Innes & Co "
| 17,
| 14
|-
| 35
| "
| Charlotte Bush "
| 42,
| 75
|-
| 36
| "
| Thomas Leucker "
| 13,
| 50
|-
| 37
| "
| Thomas Willing "
| 9,
| 75
|-
| 38
| "
| John Burgess "
| 8,
| 65
|-
| 39
| "
| Richard Cowen "
| 5,
| 24
|-
| 40
| "
| Daniel Rolley "
| 12,
| 35
|-
| 41
| "
| John Darrows "
| 2,
| 66
|-
| 42
| "
| Isaac Swann "
| 4,
| 77
|-
| 43
| "
| John W. Emmry "
| 11,
| 50
|-
| 44
| "
| Jesse Cox "
| 6,
| 64
|-
| 45
| "
| William Hopkins "
| 15,
| 63
|-
| 46
| "
| Casper Fisher "
| 750,
| -
|-
| 47
| "
| Glover John & Co. "
| 3,
| 71
|-
| 48
| "
| James John "
| 9,
| 56
|-
| 49
| "
| Robert Hunter "
| 5,
| _8
|-
| 50
| "
| John Holcomb "
| 5,
| 20
|-
| 51
| "
| Zachariah Brooks "
| 290,
| -
|-
| 52
| "
| James Smith "
| 8,
| 77
|-
| 53
| "
| Henry Buford "
| 18,
| 75
|-
| 54
| "
| Samuel Cole "
| 22,
| 33
|-
| 55
| "
| James Bratton "
| 13,
| 95
|-
| 56
| "
| James Jett "
| 14,
| -
|-
| 57
| "
| Andrew Lewis "
| 34,
| 78
|-
| 58
| "
| John Erwin "
| 46,
| 66
|-
| 59
| "
| James McGarock "
| 3,
| -
|-
| 60
| "
| Samuel Ingram "
| 20,
| 50
|-
| 61
| "
| Joseph Atkins "
| 12,
| 84
|-
| 62
| "
| William McCou[?]h "
| 1,
| 79
|-
| 63
| "
| Robert Craig "
| 15,
| -
|-
| 64
| "
| John Yancey "
| 1,
| 80
|-
| 65
| "
| John Yancey "
| 31,
| 70
|-
| 66
| "
| Joseph Servier "
| 40,
| -
|-
| 67
| "
| William McBee "
| 3,
| 12
|-
| 68
| "
| Jame Neeley "
| 1,
| 16
|-
| 69
| "
| Joseph Hankins "
| 11,
| 79
|-
| 70
| "
| Mathew Wallace [in faint letters] 2574, 48
| 32,
| -
|-
|
|
| Carried Forward Drs.
| 2374,
| 12
|}

== No. 3 ==

John Chisholm

Account

Nov 12 1795 March 24th 1796

Drs 1232


(Duplicate)

Abstract of debts contracted for by John Chisholm
in behalf of the United States, when negociating with the Southern
Indians public business by the orders of Governor Blount from the
6th November 1795 to 24th March1796 - Some of which have
been paid by him in full, one in part, and the remaining still
due, as now stated to the persons who acted as agents under him; but
the whole Balance is inhibited as a Claim against the United States
by the said John Chisholm he being responsible for that amount

1795

Nov. 12 To Cash paid for provisions on the rout from Knoxville to Turkey Town Dr. 20.

15 To Cash paid Little Turkey, Sherloah, and Stokentisky, cherokee chiefs as aids to the Creeks in opening the first negociation for a peace between the Creeks & Chickasaws each 33 Dlls 99. -

December 7th To Cash paid Provisions at the Tuckabatches 40.-

21 To " paid Thomas Turnbridge for provisions for the Chicasaw Rout 28. -
To " paid William Thompson for provisions for the same Rout 40.-
To " paid John Spars for attendance & Interpreting from 9th Nov to 20 Decr 50. -

1796

January 16 To " paid for Provisions for the Chickasaw nation and at a conference with them 100.-
February 20 To " paid in Tukabatches for Provisions on my return from the Chickasaw nation 30.-
To " paid for a gun deld the Tallise King 40. -
24 To the amount due John ORiely 160.-
25 To Cash paid the Kailejah Warrior 25.-

March 24 To Cash paid Richard Brown for self and pack horses carrying provisions in the Wilderness 126.-

Balance due Brown 60 186

Carried Forward Dr 818.

Brought Forward 818.

To my service negociating the business from the 6 Nov 1795 to 26th March 1796 - 138 days @ 3 Dlls 414 GT 1232.

Personally appeared before me Joseph Greer one of the Justices of the peace for the County of Knox John Chisholm who doth Swear that the foregoing Abstract as stated is fact and true, and that the several sums charged as paid; was actually done, but being in the Indian Nation could not obtain Receipts therefor, and that the sums stated to be due, is to the persons who acted under him on public Business, and that the sum of Twelve Hundred & thirty two Dollars, is a just charge against the United States.

signed John D. Chisholm

Sworn to & subscribed before me at Knoxville this 17th day of July 1799

Signed Joseph Greer

True copy of the original Stepn Hillis

N.o 4
John Chisholm
Acct.
8 April 29 Oct. 1790
1546.12

Duplicate

Abstract N.o4 of debts contracted for by John Chisholm in behalf of the United States, when negociating with the Southern Indians public business, by the orders of Governor Blount from 8 April to 29 October 1796 - all of which for expences and supplies have been paid in full, one remaining state due to an agent, as now stated, but the whole balance is still exhibited as a claim against the United States, by the Said John Chisholm he being responsible for that amount. -

J. Cash paid J. Stiggins for sundries supplied the Indians

{|
| || || || per account & Receipt || N.o || 1. _ 369. 12
|-
| " || " || paid || Richard Brown for Ref. || 2. _ || 12. _
|-
| " || " || paid || Betsy Duse for attic || 3. _ || 15. _
|-
| " || " || paid || for Bread || 4. _ || 10. _
|-
| " || " || paid || Jinny Duse on the look out for the Bay || 5. _ || 12. _
|-
| " || " || paid || Thigh Wife for a Hog at Tuskege || 6. || 5. _
|-
| " || " || paid || Joseph Servier for a Scarlet Coat for the Hog warrior per certificate W.2 || 7. _ || 10. _
|-
| " || " || paid || Nicholas Bartlih for Nutts & forages of the Creeks & Chickasaws || 8. _ || 7. _
|-
| || " || paid || J. Stiggins for services traveling thro ? the creek nation & interpreting at different conferences assisting in recovering Prisoners [undecipherable] || 9 _ || 150
|-
| || || || this sum are Abner Gray for his services in assisting were to recover stolen property from the Creeks & Cherokee nation per agreement N.o 4 from the 18 April to 13 October 1796 || 10. || 356
|-
| || || || || || 937.12
|-
| || || || For my own serives in the Execution of my Mission from 8 April to 29 October 1790 being 203 fays to 3 dollars pr day || 609. || -
|-
| || || || || || Dr1546
|}

Personally appearance before me Joseph Grar one of the Justices of the peace for the country of Knox John Chisholm, who doth swear that the foregoing abstract as States is just & true & that the [undecipherable] sums charged therein as paid was actually dow & that the sums stated to be due, is to the Persons who acted under him on public business, and that this Sum of One Thousand; Five Hundred; Forty six dollars & twelve club; is a just charge against the United States

signed John H. Chisholm

Sworn & subscribed to before me this 17th day of July One Thousand Seven Hundred Seventy Nine

signed Joseph Greer

True copy of the original
Stephen Hills
Knoxville July 18 1799

N.o
Captain John Chisholm
Acct
Oct 29 Nov 22 1790
Dr 1816.61

Duplicate

ChEROKEES
CreeKs
Etc.

The United States

To John Chisholm Conductor of the Creek, Cherokee, Chickasaw & Choctaw Indians Vix Dr

In the following expences we carried on their Journey and visit to the President of the United States Viz

{|
| Paid || John Kean per Receipt || N.o || 1 || L 1.. 1.. 0
|-
| " || Jacob Harman || " || 2 || 0.. 15.. 0
|-
| " || George Rautstane || " || 3 || 0.. 12.. 0
|-
| " || John Kean || " || 4 || 4.. 4.. 0
|-
| " || John Kean || " || 5 || 2.. 8.. 0
|-
| " || John Evans || " || 6 || 3.. 8.. 9
|-
| " || Amara Harvell || " || 7 || 1.. 10.. 0
|-
| " || Tisse Chuck || " || 8 || 1.. 1.. 4
|-
| " || Tisse Celleran || " || 9 || 0.. 6.. 9
|-
| " || L. Harman & J. Hams || " || 10 || 0.. 7.. 0
|-
| " || John Evans || " || 11 || 0.. 3.. 6
|-
| " || Jacob Harman || " || 12 || 0.. 4.. 6
|-
| " || William Robertson || " || 13 || 1.. 1.. 6
|-
| " || Ethridge Kinner || " || 14 || 0.. 1.. 0
|-
| " || Armara Howell || " || 15 || 0.. 12.. 0
|-
| " || Isaac Brazettan || " || 16 || 3.. 9.. 2
|-
| " || William Anarman || " || 17 || 15.. _.. _
|-
| " || Elisha Harbour || " || 18 || 3.. _.. _
|-
| " || Stopfield Willfield || " || 19 || 0.. 9.. 9
|-
| " || Robert Hinsley || " || 20 || 4.. 12.. 6
|-
| " || Watson Johnston || " || 21 || 3.. 0.. 6
|-
| " || John Yancy || " || 22 || 12.. 9.. 9
|-
| " || James Kain || " || 23 || 7.. 16.. 9
|-
| " || Thomas King || " || 24 || 4.. 6.. 8
|-
| " || Ed Knight || " || 25 || 2.. 18.. 0
|-
| " || John Baker || " || 26 || 9.. _.. _
|-
| " || James Greenway || " || 27 || 2.. 18.. 2
|-
| " || Jacob Baker || " || 28 || 2.. 12.. 3
|-
| " || Thomas Hamilton || " || 29 || 0.. 9.. 0
|-
| " || Robert Craig || " || 30 || 1.. 11.. 3
|-
| " || William Ingram || " || 31 || 5.. 7.. 9
|-
| " || P. Huiskell || " || 32 || 26.. 3.. 2
|-
| || || || Carried Forward || 123.. 0.. 6
|}

Amount Brought Forward 123.. 0.. 6

{|
| Paid || Laurence Snapp per Receipt || No. || 33 || 3.12.0
|-
| " || Abram Dust || " || 34 || 0.18.9
|-
| " || D. Windall || " || 35 || 4.. 5.. 0
|-
| " || John Harman || " || 36 || 7.. 9.. 7
|-
| " || John Stroud || " || 37 || 0.. 9.. 7
|-
| " || Joseph Howell || " || 38 || 7.. 1.. 3
|-
| " || || " || 39 || 15.. _.. _
|-
| " || || " || 40 || 15.. 14.. 9
|-
| " || Thomas Burk || " || 41 || 3.. 7.. 6
|-
| " || John Bowman || " || 42 || 8.. 9.. 6
|-
| " || William Davis || " || 43 || 5.. 14.. 6
|-
| " || P.J. Trinis || " || 44 || 3.. 19.. 9
|-
| " || Frederick Bucknor || " || 45 || 4.. 6.. 6
|-
| " || James McGavock || " || 46 || 4.. 2.. 3
|-
| " || William Atkins || " || 47 || 15.. 5.. 9
|-
| " || William Calhoun || " || 48 || 3.. _.. _
|-
| " || Henry Sloback || " || 49 || 2.. 2.. 0
|-
| " || James Craig || " || 50 || 8.. 0.. 6
|-
| " || H. Barclay || " || 51 || 5.. 5.. 0
|-
| " || Henry Clinger || " || 52 || 11.. 15.. 0
|-
| " || William Ripley || " || 53 || 6.. 19.. 11
|-
| " || L.L. Campbell || " || 54 || 0.. 6.. 0
|-
| " || Joshua Gatz || " || 55 || 11.. 10.. 0
|-
| " || Arthur Bhasae || " || 56 || 15.. 16.. 7
|-
| " || William Hope || " || 57 || 1.. 7.. 0
|-
| " || Daniel Braun || " || 58 || 8.. 7.. 0
|-
| || || 303..16..2 || Virginia Currency equal || Dlls 1012. 69
|}

{|
| Paid || Henry Howning per Receipts || N.o || 59 || 1.. 18.. 0
|-
| " || William Beaurmate || " || 60 || 1.. 5.. 6
|-
| " || Arthur Chambers || " || 61 || 16.. 7.. 9
|-
| " || Matrie Capp || " || 62 || 8.. 2.. 4
|-
| " || Frederick Roerr || " || 63 || 8.. 19.. 9
|-
| " || Jacob || " || 64 || 8.. 11.. 9
|-
| " || William Hope || " || 65 || 1.. 16.. 9
|-
| " || Samuel Moore || " || 66 || 41.. 16.. 6
|-
| || || || || 88.. 18.. 4
|-
| || || || || || Dr 1012. 69
|}

Amount Brought Forward 88.18.4 Dr. 1012.69

Paid James Carey per Receipt No. 67 - 31. 2.6

" John Rogers " 68 - 15.10.0

" John Rogers " 69 - 38.18.9

" Joseph Seveir " 70 - 0.2.6

[subtotal] 174.13.1 Penns.a Currency Equal Dlls - [subtotal] 465.75

For 1 Bay gelding furnished John Watts to go to Philadelphia I delivered to Saml Hodgdon per Rect.37.10.0

1 Black Mar for the Dog Warrior - del.d S. Hodgdon [illegible] 37.10.0

1 Bay Mare for the Mulberry eater Ditto De. 37.10.0

1 Small Horse for W. Micah 11.5.0

1 Cloak for John Wates 6.15.0

Leggings Stockings for R. Brainer 2.12.6

1 Silk Cap for the Thigh Indian 0.7.6

1 Hat for Katy Mather 1.13.9

1 Shirt for Skinaby 2.8.9

Penna Currency 137.02.6 - [subtotal] 367.

For his own services in conducting the Indians from Knoxville to Philadelphia from 29 October to 22 November 1796 Inclusive 25 days @ 3 Dollars pr. day 75 [subtotal] 1920.44

From which Deduct Voucher No. 69 bring the amt. for a Horse purchased of John Rogers, which Capt Chisholm declares he did not pay but that it was paid at the War office in Philadelphia
38.18.0 Pennsylvania Currency 103.84 [total] Dr. 1816.61

Personally appeared before me Joseph Green a Justice of the Peace for the County of Knox John Chisholm who doth Swear that this is a just and true account against the United States; and that the sum of One Thousand Eight hundred, Sixteen dollars & sixty one cents is justly due him from the United States. Signed John O. Chisholm Sworn & subscribed to before me this 17th July one thousand, seven hundred & 99 signed Joseph Green

True Copy Stepn Hillis