Kingston 10th January 1814
S 3.10 - Army
Received of Robert Grant Esquire, Acting Deputy Pay-master general of Militia, by the hands of Mr. Robert Richardson Pay-master of militia of Kingston the sum of three pounds Ten shillings, Army Pay, being my net pay from the first to the fifteenth day of January Instant, for duty done in escorting of American prisoners, from the District of Newcastle to Kingston, for which I have signed triplicate receipts.
Samuel Brock, Ensign, Northumberland Militia
Witness: John Richardson Jr.
Voucher N. 1
10th January 1814
Kingston, 10th January, 1814
L 6.18. ½ Army.
Received of Samuel Street, Esquire, Acting Deputy Pay-Master General of Militia, by the hands of Mr. Robert Richardson, Pay-Master of Militia at Kingston, the sum of six pounds eighteen shillings and seven pence half penny army pay, being my net pay from the 1st to the 15th day of January Instant for duty done in escorting prisoners of war from the District of Newcastle to Kingston for which I have signed triplicate receipts.
Richard Hare Captain of the Northumberland Militia
Witness: John Grover
Source: National Archives microfilm # R.G. 1B7 Vol. 15 (#351, 352, 353)
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