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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780-1781
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of the Council of Maryland. 659


That the western shore Treasurer pay to James Maccubbin fifty
eight pounds, six shillings and eight pence of the Bills emitted under
the Act for the Emission of Bills of Credit &ca of the money approd
for the Defence of the State on Account
That the said Treasurer pay to Thomas Purdy eleven pounds five
shillings of the same Emission, of the money appropriated for the
present Campaign on Account.
That the said Treasurer pay to Nicholas Thomas Esqr one hundred
and thirty one pounds, thirteen shillings and one penny and to William
Farris seventy two pounds, six shillings and four pence Specie agree-
able to the " Act to adjust the Debts due from this State " per
Accounts passed by the Aud. Genl
Permission is hereby given to John Hammond Cromwell to attend
the Sales of the Nottingham Company, and as soon as they are over
then to return to the Limits formerly prescribed by this Board.

November 2
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p.175

[Council to James Calhoun, Esqr.]

A Supply of Flour is immediately wanted at this Post, and having
no Place whence we can conveniently draw it, short of Baltimore, we
request you to forward forty Barrels of Flour to Mr John Crisall
upon Receipt of this.

November 2
Liber No. 78
p. 298

[Council to James Calhoun, Esqr.]

As Part of the British Army, late made Prisoners at York, are to
be stationed at or near Frederick Town, the exact Number we cannot
ascertain but imagine there will be at least 2000, including Officers ;
it becomes necessary to forward a sufficient Quantity of Supplies to
that Place, to be delivered to George Murdock Esqr who is appointed
issuing Commissary for that Purpose; and we earnestly request you
will take immediate and effective Measures to keep that Post con-
stantly supplied with Provision

Ibid.

[Council to George Murdock, Esqr.]

As Part of the late Garrison of York will, in a few Day be in
Frederick Town, where they are to be stationed, we shall want your
Assistance in the issuing the Provision for them; and do hereby
appoint you issuing Commissary to the Prisoners Stationed in Fred-
erick Town. Orders are given the County Commissaries to deliver
their Provision to you.

Ibid.

[Council to Colo Philip Thomas.]

By a Letter received from Governor Nelson we are informed, Part
of the Prisoners captured with Earl Cornwallis is to be stationed in
this State, and though the Number to be provided for by us is not
mentioned in his Excellency's Letter, we conclude it will not be less

November 2
Liber No. 78
p. 298



 
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