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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780-1781
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356 Proceedings and Correspondence

March 19
Liber C. B.

No. 24
p. 60

That the Issuing Commissary deliver to Capt. Benja Price eight
Gallons of Rum and thirty two pounds of sugar due him to Feby
inclusive.
That Andrew Buchanan Esqr Lieut of Baltimore County pay to
Capt George Keeports ten thousand pounds out of the money re-
ceived by him for Militia Fines and from Classes to be by him
accounted for.
That Capt George Keeports deliver to Brigadier Gen' Gist Ammu-
nition for the use of the Fort and Arms and Ammunition for the
Regular Troops in Baltimore Town.

March 10
Liber No. 78
P. 93

[Council to Capt. Keeports.]

We received yours of the 14 and 18th Currt and have enclosed an
Order of General Buchanan for 10,000 to enable you to pay the work-
men employed by you. It is not in our Power to supply you with
any from the Treasury, you will not send any of the Cloathing until
the Enemy go down the Bay. We have also enclosed you the order
which was omitted to be sent to furnish General Gist with Ammu-
nition for the Fort and Arms and Ammunition for the regular
Troops in Baltimore

Ibid.

[Council to General Greene.]

The general Assembly finding it impracticable to complete the
Quota of Men to be raised by this State within the Time required,
have reduced the regiment extraordinary, recalled the field and com-
missioned officers and incorporated the Non Commissioned Officers
Privates of that regiment with the old regiments, and we have
agreeable to their requisition transmitted you a Copy of the Act for
that Purpose.

Ibid.

[Council to James Calhoun, Esqr.]

We shall be obliged to you to procure of Mr Smith one hundred
Barrels of Bread if he can Spare as much on the same Terms as that
obtained from him some Time past, if he should not have that
Quantity you will deliver over to Mr Donellan Flour Sufficient with
what he has in his possession to make up the Quantity (reserving
enough for the Fort at Baltimore) which he is to have baked and
barrelled immediately. What you may procure from Mr Smith and
may be made from the Flour in yours and Mr Donellans Hands is to

P. 94

be delivered over to Mr Poe to be transported down the Bay for
the use of the Detachment commanded by the Marquis Fayette.

March 20
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 60

Tuesday 20th March 1781

Ordered that the Issuing Commissary deliver to Capt. Charles
Dashiell of the Schooner Paragon six Gallons of Rum on Account.



 
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