Collection: Payments to Citizens of Georgia

Payment – 16

Payments to Claims rejected. Clams admitted. 1793. James Brearly, two horses, Allowed. Provided for by the treaty of Coleraine. . 180.00 1792. Moses Snow, one mare and colt, Allowed. Provided for by the treaty of Coleraine. ....

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Payment – 17

Payments to Claims rejected. Claims admitted. 92. John Hill, deceased, seven horses. $ 750; 40 cattle, $ 200, Allowed. Provided for by the treaty of Coleraine. The charge for the hogs is rejected. . 950.00 1792. James Comer,...

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Claims under the Treaty of Shoulderbone

Statement of Claims allowed by the Commissioner, and provided for by the Treaty of Shoulderbone. 1786. Ellsberry, Benjamin 383.34 1786. Ellsberry, Benjamin 200.00 1785. Hay, William 130.00 1786. Knox, Benjamin 505.00 1786....

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Payment – 13

Payments to Claims rejected. Claims admitted. 1788. Martin Palmer. Forty-two horses, &c. 2,760.00 . 1788. William Summerlin. One hundred and fifty hogs, &c 640.00 . 1788. Unity Gauff. Sixty head of hogs, &c. 310.00 ....

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Payment – 14

Payments to Claims rejected. Claims admitted. 1788. James Sansom, deceased. Four horses, &c. $580.00 . 1788. Solomon Strickland. Two horses, 110.00 . 1788. Richard Fretwell. Two horses, 150.00 . 1788. Willis Perry. One...

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Payment – 15

Payments to Claims rejected Claims Admitted 1788. Langley Bryant. 200 head of cattle, at $ 4 50, —$900 Dwelling house, &c. burnt, – – – .. – 500 1,400.00 . 1788. James Moore. Two horses, 160.00...

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Other Payments

The following claim, which has been allowed by the Commissioner, (see page 13,) originated subsequently to the treaty of Coleraine 1801. Charles Walker 800.00   The following statement exhibits the class of claims which are...

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Claims under the Treaty of Galphinton

Statement of Claims allowed by the Commissioner, and provided for by the Treaty of Galphinton B. . 1784, Burk, Theophilus, $ 150.00 1785, Bridges, Wiseman 100.00 C. . 1785, Carnes, Thomas P. 116.65 1785, Cloud, Noah 450.00 1784,...

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Fair Claims

The following statement exhibits the class of claims which are not supported by full proof, but which are nevertheless considered fair claims, and reported the President of the United States for his special decision. 1778....

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Recapitulation

The aggregate amount of claims submitted to the consideration of the Commissioner is – Of which, these sums have been allowed $182, 309.14 Under the Treaty of Augusta 25,457.02 $ 182,309.14 Under the Treaty of Galphinton...

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Claimant Suspended or Rejected

Payments to Claimant suspended or rejected Amount allowed: No. 1. 1791. William Walker, by Tandy walker, his representative. Claim for 16 head of horses, valued at $ 1,000. Allowed under the treaty of Coleraine. . 1,000.00 No....

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Claims under the Treaty of New York

Statement of Claims allowed by the Commissioner, and provided for by the Treaty of New York. B & C. . 1788. Ball, Edward 2,025.00 1788, Bacon, Thomas 1,200.00 1788. Burnett, John 2,400.00 1789. Cole. John 342.85 1788....

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Claims under the Treaty of Coleraine

Statement of Claims allowed by the Commissioner, and provided for by the Treaty of Coleraine. A. 1792 Armstrong, John 200 00 1793. Allen, Gideon 75 00 1794 Allen, William 150.00 B. 1793. Brown, Hugh 425.00 1793. Beasly, James...

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Aggregate Amount of Claims

The aggregate amount of claims submitted to the consideration of the Commissioner, is . $ 49,937.28 $49,937.28 Of which sum there has been allowed under the Treaty of Coleraine – – -Of Augusta – – –...

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