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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1779-1780
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of the Council of Maryland. 163


Four Pounds, seven shillings and six Pence to Majr Gist Vaughan.
Seventeen Pounds, seventeen shillings and six Pence to Jacob Fouble
Qr Master to Colo Gists Batt
Eighty Two Pounds to William Mathews Adjt to Colo Gists Batt.
That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Capt. John Jordan of
the 1st Regimt Cloth sufP for a Suit of Cloaths, 3 yds Shalloon 3 yds
Linen for lining 1 ps Brittanies of the 2d Quality & 2 pr of stockings
in part of the Articles alld by the Genl Assembly.

Liber C B

No. 23

Ordered That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Lieut. Samuel
Hanson of the 1st Regimt Cloth sufficient for a Suit of Cloaths, with
Trimmings, 3 yds. shalloon, 3 yds Linen for Lining & also to Capt.
John Mitchell of the same Regiment Cloth sufficient for a Suit of
Cloaths, 3 yds shalloon 3 yds Linen for lining 1 ps Brittanies of the
2nd Quality and 2 pair of Stockings in part of the Articles allowed
by the General Assembly.
That the said Commissary deliver to Colo Uriah For rest 2 pieces
of Brittanies of the first Quality for General Smallwood in part of
the Articles &ca

p. 148

[Gov. Lee to Colo Josias Carvil Hall]

Sir I have received your Letter of the 2d Inst and think I cannot,
with Propriety interpose and stop the regular Course of the Law
without being previously informed of the particular Circumstances
of each Person's Case committed and confined in Goal and therefore
must request the Favor of you to apply to the Magistrates who com-
mitted the Soldiers and obtain a State of the Proof or Testimony
against each Person. If the Crimes with which they stand charged,
are not attrocious, or the Evidence against any of them should be
insufficient to induce an Opinion of their Delinquency, and no Incon-
venience likely to result to the Public from my Interference, I shall
not hesitate to free them from their Restraint, Zeal for the Common
Cause and a strong Inclination to oblige you, conspire powerfully
to influence me to take every Measure to restore these Men to the
Army, that is not incompatible with the Laws of the State and the
great Duties I owe to Society

Liber C C

No. 22

p. 99

Friday 5th May 1780.
Present as on yesterday.
Ordered That Mr John Crisall issuing Commissary deliver to Jane
Davis a Soldiers wife 4 days Provisions for herself and two children
as Subsistence on their return
That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Ignatius Brashear lately
of the second Regiment one Coat and Waistcoat, which was left with
Mrs. Bonner in Annapolis and taken from her by order of the Gov-
ernor and Council.

Liber C B

No. 23
May 5
p. 148



 
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