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New Jersey Volunteers
Return of Baggage Taken

Return of Baggage &ca taken by the Enemy from Captain John BARBARIE of the 2nd Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers in the Province of South Carolina.

   1781       Sterling
June A Horse at Ninety Six   25.      
September 8th A Batt Horse in the Action of
Eutaw Springs   10.      
  35.      

[signed] John BARBERIE Capt.
2d Batt. N.J. Volunteers

Judge Advocates Office
February 1st 1783

Personally appeared before me Captain John BARBERIE of the 2d Batt. of New Jersey Volunteers who being duly sworn deposeth and saith that the annexed account according to the best of his Knowledge & Belief is just and true. And that he has not as yet received any Compensation whatever for the Loss he has sustained.

Richard PORTER
As. Dy. J. Advocate

[docketed]
   Referred to the Board of
which Brigadier General CLARKE
is President.
                  F BIBBY A. D. A. Genl.
7th Feb. 1783

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New York Feby. 8th 1783

The board having considered the within Claim of Captn. BARBARIE is of opinion that he should receive the sum of Ten pounds for the loss of his horse at the Eutaws and the usual allowance for his horse taken at Ninety six.

Alured CLARKE B. Genl.
President



Great Britain, Public Record Office, Treasury, Class 1, Volume 594, folios 144146.

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