Vol. 3. Fol. 304
Thomas Pocock, Port Royal Gunsmith
Entered December 12, 1689


To 2 new gunns
To one old ditto
To 120 Gall. ______
To 300li Biskett at 13 p
To ½ __ flower
To 1 Barrll Mackrell
To Leaden fifty Sixes & 1 Iron ditto & ¼ of __ Iron
To 1 pr of scales & beam & 2 pr small old ditto & weights
To 50 li soape
To 1 pr racks 1 spitt 1 frying pann 1 grid iron & One Jack all old
To 1000 li of sugar att 14 p
To 3 iron bound Butts & 1 wood bound ditto & Sug:r hogs:d all old
To one old table 1 bench 4 Joint stooles 2 chaires & 1 cott all old
To 1 old clock
To 126 li of old pewter at 7½ p
To 3 old Vices
To old anvills
To a pcell of old smiths tooles all well worne
To a prcell Old gunn barrels
To 1 Water Jarr
To a pcll of old iron
To ¾ & 3 li of steele at 6d
To 30 li of wrought Iron
Trivetts
To 1 old feather bed bedstead furniture & 2 pr sheets
To 1 old chest drawers
To 1 small Table 1 cabinett 4 stooles 1 chaire and 1 couch all old
To 8 gun Locks
To a prcell old books
To 37 li old brass at 7½ p
To 1 negro man
To 16½ ounces plate att 6d p
To 7 Chatheron Coles (?) att 2li10s p


An account of sundry debts due to Mr. Thomas Pocock now deceased
lists names & debts totalling
03 15 00
00 07 06
08 00 00
01 19 00
01 02 09
01 05 00
01 05 00
01 07 06
01 15 00
00 15 00
07 00 00
02 05 00
00 15 00
01 00 00
03 18 09
04 00 00
10 00 00
05 00 00
00 10 00
00 02 00
04 00 00
01 17 00
00 15 00
00 10 00
04 00 00
02 10 00
01 15 00
04 00 00
00 07 06
01 03 01½
24 00 00
04 19 00
17 10 00

122 09 01½

67 06 02½

£190 -- 04½


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