An amount of fines and forfeitures collected in the 1st Regiment of Northumberland Militia between the 25th, June 1813 and the 24th Dec., 1814: And the amount paid for Militia services.

1814 Paid Serg. Cooper two days service collecting teams to forward General Steven’s baggage and collecting men to return the General’s boat to the Carrying Place. Paid Ens. Peters and one private two days for and conveying to the Carrying Place, a deserter from the 104th Regiment 13S. 6½d.

Dec. 29th Paid Capt. Roger Woolcut for repairing arms etc. £8 17S. 6d.

Paid Serg. Cooper and four men with a sleigh and driver two days in search of American deserter as per order received from Lieut. Col. Coffin £2 12S.

Total £12 7S. ½d.

1813 From the 25th Day of June to the 24th of December 1813 at different times £3

From the 25th December 13 to the 24th of June 18th £20 10S.

From the 24th of June to the 24th December 1814 at different periods £57 2S.

Total £80 12S.

- £12 7S.

Total £67 4S. 11d.

M. Peters L. Col.

1st Reg. North. Militia

Sworn before me at Cramahe the 20th Jan. 1815.

Source: National Archives RG 9C1-B-1 Northumberland 1815

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