From John Defever
fort Cumberland [Md.] October the Second 1755
A Return of Stores belonging to his Majesty Royall Train Left at the Undermentioned places viz.
|at Mr. Ambrose on the Maryland Side of potomack1|
|Musquett Shot in Boxes||22|
|at Konokagig2 . . ditto||30|
|Casks of flints||05|
|at Winchester Iron Guns 12 poundes||4|
|Travelling Carriages with Limbos3||3|
|Round shot 12 pounders||1200|
1. Defever made his return to GW of the stores of the artillery train left at Fort Cumberland on 18 Sept. 1755. A Mr. Ambrose owned a mill west of Frederick, Md., in the 1740s.
3. For transporting a cannon, horses were hitched to a limber which was in turn attached to the field carriage on which the gun was mounted.