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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. 351


Ordered That such of the Privates who have enlisted in
Captn Nichs Norwood's company and will not serve in Captn
Teem's Company, be discharged
Ordered That Western shore Treasurer pay Frederick
Teems two hundred Pounds to be accounted for.
Copy of Letter No 218 was sent to John Hanson Esqr
Ordered That Western shore Treasurer pay to John Han-
son Esqr one hundred Pounds for & on Acct of Tory Prisoners.
Ordered That said Treasurer pay to Dr Adam Fisher for
use of Jacob Schley fifty two Pounds, eighteen shillings for
Amt Acct
Ordered That said Treasurer pay to Dr Richd Tootle sev-
enty one Pounds, nineteen shillings & nine Pence for Amt Acct
Adjourned 'till next Day 10 oClock.

C.S.J.

[Council to Col. Hughes.]
Sir.
We would have Captain Maxwell's company march imme-
diately to Philadelphia. The Captain will there apply to and
receive further orders from Congress. It is doubtful whether
Tents can be had for them at Phila if they can they will be
furnished, but we presume, as Barracks are building at the
camp, that they may be well provided for when they arrive
there.
Col. Thomas Hughes.
Oct. 15th 1776

C. S. C.

No. 215.

[Council to Benedict Edward Hall.]
Sir.
We request the favour of you to send us down immediately
the Blankets for our Hospital they are much wanting and also
any other you can spare. You will take the most expeditious
means to get them to us.
Oct. 15, 1776

No. 216.


[Council to Capt. Holland.]

Sir. We have sent inclosed to Capt Aqa Hall the commis
sions for your Subalterns & request that you will march fol
Philadelphia as soon as you are ready and then apply to Con
gress for further orders. You will be provided with Barrack;
when you arrive at camp, as we are informed that Barracks
are erecting there with the greatest expedition for the recep
tion of the Soldiery now stationed there, as well as those whc
are expected to reinforce the army.
Octr 15th 1776
Capt. Francis Holland.

No. 217.



 
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