1757, May

May It Please your Excellency

I had the Honr. to writ your Ecellency by Cold iron and inlos an Acct. of the expenditure of the Money Lodged in my hands. Since I am favour’d with your Excellency’s letter to Eggin M. Doharty Supply d me with 23 Head of Small Catle for which I gave him a Certificate of 150. The Catle we had Intelligence of proves false, M. Goudy writs me that he has no Beacon, Gallman Ac. me of 2100 he has purchased and now on the Road, if the supply your Excellency mentions arrives sometime next month we may do well enough, there is a great deal of provisons exp__ed besides the _ayl__ allowance by the Indians who are going to war and others continually at the Fort, I find my presenceis wanted at fort Prince George where I have reason to believe the stores of provisions are not ménaged as I could wish, if pofsibly I can I will take a trip there very soom. I lost two Valuable Horses at M. Doharty. I coud be of anb infinite more Service to this place if I was constantly at Keowee and congarees. I am with Respect

Your Excellency’s

Most obedient Humble Servant

John Chevillette

History, Letters,

Lyttelton, William Combe Baron Thomas Lyttelton. Letters of the Late Lord Lyttelton. Philadelphia: Moses Thomas. 1812.

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