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Claims rejected.

Claims admitted.

1795. James Findley, one horse Allowed. Provided for by the treaty of Coleraine. The claim for the value of the horse lost in 1788, is rejected. because the treaty of New York, which followed the loss, does not provide for it.

45.00

$ 100.00
1793. Robert Wright, one horse, Allowed. Provided for by the treaty of Coleraine.   75.00
1799. Stephen Bishop, one horse. $ 125; 50 head of cattle. $ 200 This claim is provided for by the treaty of Fort Wilkinson, rind is rejected for the reasons assigned in the case of Moses Manning, page 21. 325.00  
1793. Isaac Stocks, deceased, four horses
Allowed. Provided for by the treaty of Coleraine. The claim for the value of the horses lost in 1788 is rejected, because the treaty of New York, which followed the loss, does not provide for property of that description.
. 410.00
1796. William Green, deceased, one horse
Allowed. Provided for by the treaty of Coleraine.
. 100.00
1778; ’82. Samuel Winslet, sen. four horses
The proof in support of a part of this claim. to wit. for two horses, valued at $ 350 is sufficient; for the remainder of the claim there is no evidence. It. is, however, deemed a fair claim, as to the value of the horses lost previous to the year 1787, and is accordingly reported to the President as such. It is provided for by the treaty of Augusta. That part of the claim. for property destroyed, and for horses lost, in 1787, ’88, is rejected, because it is not provided for by the treaties of Augusta and New York.

256.00

460.00
1793. John Fielder. Two horses,
Allowed. Provided for by the Teary of Coleraine. The claim for horses lost in 1788 is rejected. The treaty of New York, which followed the loss, contains no provisions for it,

470.00

400.00
1793, ’94. Joseph Hickman. Six head of cattle, six horses,
Allowed. Provided for by the treaty of Coleraine.
. 246.00
1792. John Armstrong, deceased. Twenty-five head of cattle, $125 ; one horse, $75,
Provided for by the treaty of Coleraine. The charge for the houses and fences burnt is rejected. The treaty does not provide for it,

21.00

200.00
1796. John Torrence. Two horses,
There is no evidence in support of this claim, but it appears too be a fair one. It is accordingly reported to the President, for his opinion. It is provided for by the treaty of Augusta.
. 212.93
1786, 7, 8. William Owen. deceased. Six horses, &c.
This claim must be rejected. The treaty of New York, which followed the loss of the property, does not provide for it. If any part of the property had been proven to have been lost previous to the 3rd November 1786 (the date of the Treaty of Shoeulbone.) the provisions of that treaty would hove embraced it, and it would have accordingly) been allowed-as it is, it must be altogether rejected.
512.00  

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