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

Liber C B
No. 23

That the said Treasurer pay to Lieut Plant Thirty Pounds of the
new Emission to be delivered over to Capt. George p. Keeports on
Account.
That the said Treasurer pay to Doctr James Murray one hundred
Pounds of the new Emission on Account.
That the said Treasurer pay to His Excellency Thomas Sim Lee
Esqr one hundred and fifty Pounds of the new Emission on Account.
That the said Treasurer pay to Gilbert Middleton five Pounds,
five shillings & five Pence half penny of the new Emission in lieu
of Two hundred and ten pounds, Eighteen shillings and nine Pence
due him for an Anchor purchased of him by the Gov. & Co. p Acct
That the said Treasurer pay to Robert Greenwell forty Dollars of
the new Emission to be delivered over to Capt. Joseph Ford Com-
missary of St. Mary's County on Account.
That the said Treasurer pay to John Woolf seven Pounds, seven-
teen shillings and six Pence of the new Emission in lieu of three
hundred & fifteen Pounds «p Acct passed by the A. Gl
That the Collector of the Tax for Washington County pay to
Colo Moses Rawlings Commissary for Washington County Twenty
five thousand Pounds on Account.

[Duffil
named from
a town near
Antwerp,
is a coarse
woolen
cloth
having a
thick nap]

That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Colo Moses Rawlings
as much of the Duffils from Alexandria as will make 20 Blankets for
Capt. Reeds Compy at Fort Fred.
That Mr Fairbrother deliver to Capt. Beatty 12 Bushels of Corn
stored with him by Capt. Chalmers this Board to be Accountable.
Capt. Gilbert Middleton took command of the State Boat Plater
for six Months from the Date hereof at nine Pounds hard money at
the Exchange of 2 Gall8 Rum, | Is Bohea Tea 8 is Bro. Sugar & 4^
is Coffee p month and 2 rations p day

Liber C C

No. 22
p. 200

[Council to Henry Schenebely Esqr]

Sir If Colo Rawlings should have Occasion for one or two of
the Waggons and Teams in your Possession please to deliver them
to him

[Council to Capt. Geo. p. Keeports]

Sir The Extra Regiment is now ready to march Southward and
wait for nothing but to have their Waggons furnished with Geer.
We therefore request you will immediately procure for Lieut Plant
The Articles specified in the Enclosure, and, for that Purpose 30 £
of the State Emission are sent you. If you should find any Difficulty
in buying with this Money we earnestly entreat you to buy on the
Credit of the State or on your own, as the March of these Troops
is very desirable.



 
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