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Proceedings of the Council, 1716 May 2.

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To Nathaniel Blakistone Esqr Sollicitor Genll of the Virginia affairs One year and a half Salary ending ye same time One hundred and fifty pounds. To John Clayton Esqr His Majesties Attorney Genll for One year and a half sallary ending the same time Sixty pounds. To William Robertson Clerk of His Majesties Council One year and a half sallary ending the same time One hundred and fifty pounds. To Edward Ross Gunner at James City One year and a half sallary ending the same time fifteen pounds. To Daniel Jones Armourer at Williamsburgh One year and a half sallary ending the same time eighteen pounds. To ye Judges Clerks & Officers of ye Court of Oyer and Terminer held in June 1715 One hundred pounds. To severall Ministers for their attendance before the Generall Courts & Assemblys Ending the same time twenty five pounds. To the King of the Saraw Indians and three of his men who came in to treat of a Piece as a Reward for their Fidelity Three pounds seventeen shillings & 3 pence To Mr William Robertson for so much paid and advanced by him for Listing & Transporting Soldiers to South Carolina & for other [Contingencys?] One hundred eighty six pounds Eight shillings. And Out of the Quitt Rents To Mr Commissary Blair One year and a half sallary ending ye same time One hundred & fifty pounds To John Clayton Esqre His Majties Attorney Genll One year and a half additional sallary ending the same time Ninety pounds. The Accots of his Majestys Revenue of 2S pr hhd &c from the 25th of October 1714 to the 25th of April 1715. from the sd 25th of April 1715 to the 25th of October following, and from the 25th of October to the 25th of April 1716 [being?] attested by the Auditor were presented by Nathaniel Harrison Esqr Deputy Receiver Genll and Certified by the Govr in the usual Forme. Charles Anderson attorney of Collo Edward Hill by his petition setting forth that the sd Hill having taken up & surveyed a Tract of 400 acres of land in King Wm County did assign his pretentions thereto to Thos Carr, and praying that a Patent for the sd land may be granted to the said Carr It is accordingly ordered that the sd Thos Carr have a Patent for the sd four hundred acres of Land in his name according to the assignmt thereof made by the sd Edward Hill.