This Certifies that I have Received of Mr. James Grier a Sheep, five pints of Rum, Breakfast for Nine Officers, ferrage for fifty Eigth Horses & fifty Men, for the Use of the Division of Col. Marion's Regiment under my Command ----- given under my hand near Kingstown.
September 4th, 1780
Peter Horry, Lt. CoL in
[This Revolutionary War "Indent" refers to services and supplies provided to a division of Col. Francis Marion's regiment by James Grier at Grier's Ferry on the Waccamaw River just below Kingston (now Conway, SC). Sometime after 1791 it is believed that Joseph Cox purchased that ferry which now bears his name.]