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1764-08

Account for outfitting of the brig Sally; August, 1764
This document is an account, apparently from August, 1764, from Esek Hopkins to Moses Brown listing all that he had paid for goods and services associated with fitting out the Sally for Africa.
Invoice: Bell, Robert to Brown, John; ca. August 1764
This document is an invoice presented to John Brown by Robert Bell for unspecified work on ships owned by the Brown brothers, including 13 days labor preparing the brigantine Sally for its African voyage, ca. August, 1764.
Invoice: Bell, Robert to Brown, John; ca. August 1764
This document is an invoice presented to John Brown by Robert Bell, a local sailmaker, for work on the Sally's sails, ca. August, 1764.
Invoice: Beverly, George et. al to Nicholas Brown & Co.; August, 1764
This document is an invoice presented to Nicholas Brown and Company by George Beverly and Johnston and Company for ten rum barrels to be loaded on the Sally for its African voyage, ca. August, 1764.
Invoice: Smith, Josiah to Nicholas Brown & Co.; August, 1764
This document, dated August, 1764, is an invoice from Joshua Smith for fifteen days of labor caulking the hull of the Sally by himself and his "boy," presumably an apprentice. The invoice also includes a bill for two and a half days caulking the hull of the George.