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The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut from May, 1768, to May, 1772, Inclusive

Source: Charles J. Hoadly, editor, The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut from May, 1768, to May, 1772, Inclusive, Volume 12 (Hartford: Press of the Case, Lockwood and Brainard Company, 1885).

[page 411]

AT A MEETING OF THE GOVERNOR AND COUNCIL OF THE COLONY OF CONNECTICUT CONVENED AT NEW HAVEN THE ____ DAY OF OCTOBER, 1771.*

Samll MATTOCKS of Hartford exhibited his account of sundries expended in boarding and nursing Metchel MAGEE, a transient person, amounting to £0 15 0, lawful money. Resolved by this Board, that said sum be paid said MATTOCKS out of the public treasury,

[page 412]

and the Treasurer is hereby ordered to pay the same accordingly. Order given [symbol] Z. WEST.

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*probably an error, for 1770.

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