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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1779-1780
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118 Journal and Correspondence

Liber C C

No. 22

[Council to Mr. John Randall]

Sir We expect in a Short Time to send you Linen suitable for
Shirts for the Officers and Trimmings for their Cloths and request
you to exchange the mix'd Cloth for such as will be suitable to the
Officers, if that cannot be done, that you will dispose of it and pur-
chase the other Cloth. It will be proper to inform us of what you
are able to do. Your Letters will be laid before the General Assembly

[Council to Capt. George Keeports]

Sir. We are desirous of forwarding the Linen and Trimmings for
the Officers Cloths. Pray inform us immediately if you have a Pros-
pect of procuring the Letter

p.8o

[Council to Gen'l Washington]

Sir We have had the Honor of receiving your Excellency's Letters
of the 19th & 20th Ultimo and 10th of the Current Month, with their
Several Enclosures, every of which shall be immediately laid before
the honorable Genl Assembly, now about to meet. The Recruiting
Officers in this State have not had the Success we wished, yet they
have procured a sufficient Number to lessen our Deficiency consider-
ably and should the Legislature continue the Recruiting Act, six or
eight weeks beyond the Time limited for its Duration, we have Rea-
son to expect our Quota will be nearly if not entirely compleat in that
Space

Liber C B
No. 23
p. 127
March 24

Friday 24 March 1780.

Present as on Yesterday.
Ordered That the western shore Treasurer pay to Henry Mayna-
dier Fifty four Pounds three shillings and four Pence due him p
Acct passed by the And. Genl
That the said Treasurer pay to James Brice Esqr five hundred
Pounds for his Attendance to this Instant Inclusive.
That the said Treasurer pay to Capt. Alexr Lawson Smith one
hundred and Twenty two Pounds due him p Acct passed by the Aud.
Genl
That the said Treasurer pay to Ser j. John Plant of the 1st Regimt
lately Discharged Twenty Pounds the Allo made to the non Commis-
sioned Officers & Privates by the Genl Assembly, he having not
received the same as appears by a Cert* from Capt. John Mitchell of
the first Maryland Regiment.
That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Richard Downes &
James Currer Recruits for 1st Regimt each a Suit of Cloaths the
Bounty allowed by the Genl Assembly



 
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