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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7:December 31, 1776
Volume 12, Page 180   View pdf image (33K)
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180 Journal and Correspondence

C.S.J. armed and accoutred, to the City of Philadelphia, subject to
the Orders of Congress.

Commissions issued to the following Officers of Companies
in Col. Griffith's Battalion.

John Reynolds Capt,
Moses Cbapline 1 Lt
Christ. Orendorff 2 Lt
Nathan Williams Ens.

dated 18 July

24
20

22

Henry Hard man Capt.
Daniel Stull 1 Lt
Jona Morris 2 Lt
John Kauch Ens.

19 July
Do
Do
Do

Philip Merony Capt. dated
Elisha Beall 1 Lt 27 July
John Hellen 2 Lt 20 July
Wm Beatty Jun' Ens 10

And to the following Officers of a Company in the Eastern
Shore Battalion of Militia for the flying Camp.

John Dames Capt. dated 12 July
Thos Lane Emory 1 Lt 23
Sam. W. Thomas 2 Lt 23
John Jackson Ens. 23

Ordered That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Capt.
Jacob Good 1 Rifle.

That the said Commissary deliver to Capt. Thomas 18
Camp Kettles and 104 Canteens.

That the said Commissary deliver to Col. Griffith 588
Knapsacks and Havresacks, no Camp Kettles, 105 Tents,
678 priming Wires with Brushes, 658 Canteens, 50 lb Gun-
powder and lead in proportion, 100 Gun flints, and as many
Cartouch Boxes with Slings, Bayonet Belts, and Gun slings,
not exceeding 588 of each, as may be necessary for his Corps.

Ordered that William Jacob and William Johnson of Balti-
more Town, or either of them, deliver to Captain Thomas 18
Tents.

The Council appointed Samuel Griffith Quarter Master, and
Montjoy Bailey Adjutant to Col. Griffith's Battalion.

Commissions issued to John Davidson appointed first
Lieutenant, Henry Neale 2d Lieutenant, and Robert Chesley
third Lieutenant of Capt. Thomas's independent Company
of regular Troops.

Ordered That Lieutenant William Campbell deliver to
Capt. Thomas the Rifle in his Possession belonging to the Public.

William Warren Cayten having been called before the
Council and examined. Ordered that he recognize in the
Sum of One hundred and fifty pounds Currency for his good
Behaviour and conforming himself to the Resolves of the
honble Congress and Convention.

Ordered also that he deliver to the Commissary of Stores
a Musquet, Bayonet and Cartouch Box in his Possession
belonging to the Public. The Recognizance was accordingly
taken, James Marne Security. Thereupon It is Ordered that
he be discharged.

Adjourned till next Day 10 O'Clock.


 

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