The State of West Virginia,
To Robert Hager Dr
| For the following subsistence and supplies|
furnished Capt. John Spurlock Company “A” 187th Regiment Va. Militia
|Two beef cows @ 20.00||$40 00|
|Five Pounds Powder ” 80 cents||$4 00|
|Seven “ Lead ” 14 2 /7 “||$1 00|
I certify that the above account is correct and just; and that no subsistence or supply was furnished my Company by The State or United States authorities during the time charged for.
Capt. Cmd’g Co. A. 187th Reg’t W.V. Militia
Received, Wheeling, W. Va. , this 28th day of July 1868, of
A. I. Boreman, Governor of West Virginia
Dollars Cents , in full of the above account.
Transcription by Brandon Shuping, undergraduate student enrolled in Dr. Billy Joe Peyton’s Fall 2010 “Introduction to Public History” at West Virginia State University
Militia Box 01, Folder 15