Report of the Committee on Colonel Arnold' s Account
Monday, August 7, 1775.
The Committee on Colonel Arnold' s Account reported
a Resolve for the payment of one hundred and seventy-three Pounds, twelve Shillings, and one Penny half-penny, to Captain Isaac Matthews, in discharge of several orders drawn by Colonel Arnold, which were endorsed by the persons in whose favour they were drawn, and made payable to said Matthews: which Resolve was accepted.
In Council, August 7, 1775: Read and concurred.
* The Committee to whom was referred the examination of Colonel Arnold' s Account having proceeded so far us to find that the several orders drawn by him on the late Provincial Congress, to pay sundry persons, viz: Martin Marvin, £3 17s˙ 6d˙; John Adas, £2; Collin McKensie, £11 9s˙ 3d˙; Elisha Painter, £7 14s˙ 4d˙; John Sparden, £34 2s 6d˙; Richard Gill, £10 17s˙; Winthrop Hoit, £4; William Woods, £8 16s˙ 7d˙; Ebenezer Averill £3 9s˙; Paul Averill, £3 14s˙; Samuel Adams, £53 7s˙ 3d˙; Samuel Keep, £2 10s˙ l0d˙; Robert Lewis, Esq˙, £27 17s˙ l0 1/2d˙; amounting in the whole to one hundred and seventy-three Pounds, twelve Shillings, and one Penny and a half, which several orders are endorsed over and made payable to Captain Isaac Matthews. And they find that Colonel Arnold has in his account against this Colony given credit for tho aforementioned orders, your Committee therefore beg leave to report the following Resolve, viz:
Resolved, That the sum of one hundred and seventy-three Pounds, twelve Shillings, and one Penny and a half, be paid by the Colony Treasurer to the said Captain Isaac Matthews, in discharge of the aforesaid several order.