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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1781-1784
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72 Journal and Correspondence.

February 8
Liber C B.
No. 24
p. 219

That the said Treasurer pay to Isaac McHard Eighty seven pounds,
nine Shillings and six pence Specie agreeable to the Act aforesaid
per Account adjusted the 7th Instant
That the said Treasurer pay to Capt John Reid one thousand &
ninety nine pounds, three shillings & nine pence of the Bills emitted
under the Act for the Emission of Bills of Credit &ca for the use of
himself & Compy p Accts passed.

p. 220

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Capt John Reid
two hundred and fifty four pounds, nineteen shillings and ten pence
of the Bills emitted under the Act for the Emission of Bills of Credit
&ca to be delivered over to Capt Hilleary for the use of his Company
of Select Militia per pay roll examined and passed.
That the said Treasurer pay to James Dick Esquire three hundred
and twenty five pounds eight shillings and five pence of the same
Emission for a Certificate issued agreeable to the Act to adjust the
Debts due from this State
That Christopher Edelin Esquire furnish Capt Reid with eight
Coats, eight Jackets, twenty two shirts, twenty two pair Shoes, eight
Hatts and twenty two pair Stockings for the use of his Company
Guarding the British Prisoners at Frederick.

February 8
Liber No. 78
p. 325

[Council to Christopher Edelen Esqr]

We assent to your Proposition of paying the Money in your
Hands, to those Persons from whom you received Cloathing as
Collector, but you will observe that this Money must be accounted
for, in the Settlement of your Account, as Specie, your Vouchers
therefore, should be such as will satisfy the Auditor. If Shoes or
Hatts can be procured, we wish the Money to be applied to the Pur-
chase of those Articles

Ibid.

[Council to John Murdock Esqr Lieut, of Montgomery County]

In our Letter of the 3d of Decr last, we requested you to order out
immediately, for two Months, 50 Militia of your County, as Part
of a Guard of 200 Men, to be placed over the Prisoners confined at
Frederick Town, and to be relieved at the Expiration of their Tour
by the same Number. We are much surprized, upon receiving Infor-
mation from Majr Bailey, who has the Command of the Guard, that
not a Man from your County had joined him. We have now to
reiterate our former Orders, and to insist upon the strictest Com-
pliance therewith

Ibid.
p. 326

[Council to Andrew Buchanan Esqr Lieut Balto County]

There being no Probability of getting a Regular Guard for the
Prisoners at Frederick Town, it will be necessary for you to continue
to order out the Militia from your County, agreeable to our Direc-



 
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