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Sarah Seborn, the wife of Frederick Seborn, a private sentinel in the Company whereof Frederick Weisenfels, Esq˙, was late Captain, now in the Continental service at Quebeck, being in distress, with their family of children, produced a letter of attorney from her husband, duly executed, dated the 8th day of August last, and certified by Captain Weisenfels, enabling her to receive thirty-five Shillings per month of her husband' s pay:

Ordered, That Colonel Curtenius advance to Sarah Seborn, in part of her said husband' s pay, two Pounds thirteen Shillings and four Pence, and take her receipt for the same; and that he inform General Schuyler and the Deputy Paymaster-General thereof.