An account, in value, of sundry articles taken from the following named persons, by the British Forces in Edgartown, between the tenth and fifteenth day of September, 1778 - said articles consisting of grain, potatoes, cabbages, clothing, swine, leather, lumber, naval stores, salt, craft, provisions, herring, house goods, ‘sarce.’
The above was drown up by the committee consisting of Benjamin Smith, Brotherton Daggett, and William Jernigan; and we are indebted for the same to the Hon. Theodore G. Mayhew.