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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7:December 31, 1776
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of the Council of Safety, 1776. 113


to remove out of this Colony to Great Britain, and that the
Committee of Observation and military Commanders see
that this Order be strictly executed until the meeting of the
next Convention.
Ordered That Capt. John Gunby march with his indepen-
dent Company to Cambridge in Dorchester County and be
stationed there according to the Directions of the Committee
of Observation for said County :
Also further Ordered that Capt Thomas Woolford march
with his independent Company to Princess Ann in Somerset
County and be stationed there according to the Directions of
the Committee of Observation for said County.
Copy of Letter No 72 was sent to Brigadier General
Johnson, Copy of No 73 to Major Price, Copies of No 74 to
the Committees of Dorchester and Somerset Counties respec-
tively, Copy of No 75 to the honble Matthew Tilghman Esqr
and Copy of No 76 to Colonel Richard Barnes.
Ordered That the Treasurer of the Western Shore pay to
Mr Samuel Barber twelve Pounds for two months Services as
Adjutant to Col. John Hall's Battalion of Militia.
That the said Treasurer pay to Montjoy Bailey eighteen
Pounds for three month's Services as Adjutant to Col.
Murdock's Battalion.
That the said Treasurer pay to Vincent Price twelve Pounds
for two month's services as Adjutant to Col. Richardson's
Battalion.
That the said Treasurer pay to Oliver Whiddon £3.15 for
a Musquet & Bayonet.
Ordered That the Commissary of Stores deliver to William
Johnson 15 Pieces Cruder to be made into Tents.
Ordered That the Treasurer of the Western Shore pay to
the Trustees for building the new Church in the City of
Annapolis, forty two Pounds two Shillings and six Pence for
plank.
Ordered That the Soldiers in the Service of this Colony who
may work at the Intrenchments in the City of Annapolis be
allowed the additional pay of 14d per Day.
Warrant issued to Mr Thomas Beall appointed Captain of
the Rifle Company to be raised in Frederick County in the
room of Lemuel Barrett who has never acted agreeable to his
Warrant.
Adjourned till next Day 10 O'Clock.

C. S. J.

[Council to Johnson.]

To Brigadier General Thomas Johnson
Sir.
We have received your favour of the 22d and are very glad
that Militia of Frederick are so ready to turn out on the

C. S. C.

No. 72.



 
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