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Title:[Receipt] 1794 Sept. 30 [to John Sevier] / [signed by] William Blount et. al. : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Blount, William
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Date: September 30, 1794
Extent: 2 p
Summary:This document is a receipt signed by Governor William Blount and others to allow John Sevier to receive payment for his attendance at a session of the General Assembly in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Collection:Governor William Blount Correspondence
Box:1
Folder:5
Document:tl215
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Territory of the United States South of the river Ohio. Knoxville ,
Sept 30, 1794

General John Sevier , a member of the Legislation Council was allowed One Hundred and Twelve Dollars & Sixty Six & 2/3 cents for his services in travelling to attending at, and returning from a session of the General Assembly began at Knoxville Augt. [August] 25, 1794, and ending this day.

Wm [William] Blount Governor
Griffith Rutherford p.L.c.
David Wilson S. W. R.



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[added:

Public Drought

John Sevier

112:662/3

No [Number]96

]
[added:

24 April 1795, then recd [received] of Francis A. Ramsey Esqr [Esquire] forty four dollars in Cash and his assumption for the Ballance [balance] of the within term payable when he shall have recd [received] so much public money as will amount to that [unclear: Service ]

]
Jos. [Joseph] Anderson Esqr [Esquire]
[added:

I assume the balance of the within to Joseph Anderson Esqr [Esquire]25th of Apr [April]

]
F. [Francis] Ramsey



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