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West Florida Loyal Refugees
Pay Bill

Pay Bill of Captain CAMERONís Company of Loyal Refugees Commencing 1st March 1779 and ending 31st May following Three months or 92 days.

  1 Captain @ 10/ Sterling P diem £   46.    0.    0.
  2 Lieutenants @   5/     do each  do      46.    0.    0.
  1 Ensign @   4/     do          do      18.    8.    0.
  3 Serjeants @ 60/     do each P Month      27.    0.    0.
  3 Corporals @ 50/     do     do     do      22.  10.    0.
  2 Drummers @ 50/     do     do     do      15.    0.    0.
50 Privates including contingent men @ 40/     do     do     do    300.    0.    0.
£  474.  18.    0.

Pensacola 31st May 1779

Received from the Honble Andrew RAINSFORD Esquire John MITCHELL, Robert TAIT, Alexander MACULLOGH and David HOLMS Esquires, Commissioners for Exercising the office of His Majestys Sole agent for and Superintendant of Indian affairs a set of Bills of Exchange of this date on the Right Honble The Lords Commissioners of His Majestys Treasury at thirty days for the above sum of Four Hundred and Seventy four pounds eighteen Shillings Sterling in full of the above Pay Bill ó having Signed four Receipts of this tenor and date.

Alexr. CAMERON Capt.

Great Britain, Public Record Office, Treasury, Class 1, Volume 553, folio 80.

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