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MARYLAND STATE PAPERS
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1775-1827
MSA SSI 989

1775, Aug. 29.
GOV. to CITIZENS OF MD.
Justification of actions; plea to discontinue rebellious activities.
MSA S 989-1, MdHR 4557-02  1 /6 /3 /34

1775?
* to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Interception of governor's correspondence to William Eden and Lord Dartmouth.
MSA S 989-2, MdHR 4557-03  1 /6 /3 /34

1776, Apr. 23.
DUVALL, GABRIEL, Clk. Council Saf. to SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Col.
Order to arrest Samuel Purviance, Jr., William Lux, and George Lux.
MSA S 989-3, MdHR 4557-04  1 /6 /3 /34.

1777?
JOHNSON, JOHN, Clk. Comm. of Aggrievances.
Illegality of banishment order issued to William Goddard by the BA Whig Club.
MSA S 989-4, MdHR 4557-05  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776?
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Appearance before the Council of Capt. James Nicholson to justify orders given to his lieutenants.
MSA S 989-5, MdHR 4557-06  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776?, May. 17
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Inventory of Gov. Eden's estate
MSA S 989-6, MdHR 4557-07  1 /6 /3 /34

1776, Jul. 27.
WOLSTENHOLME, DANIEL to EDEN, ROBERT.
Delay in embarkation.
MSA S 989-7, MdHR 4557-08  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Jul. 20.
EDEN, ROBERT ("Roebuck") to WOLSTENHOLME, DANIEL
Arrangements for passage to England.
MSA S 989-8, MdHR 4557-09  1 /6 /3 /34.

1775, Dec. 23.
GERMAIN, GEORGE (Whitehall) to EDEN, ROBERT.
Determination of the king to quell American rebellion.
MSA S 989-9, MdHR 4557-10  1 /6 /3 /34.

1784, Feb. 21.
COUNCIL.
Order to convey evidence concerning Robert Eden's actions to the attorney general.
MSA S 989-10, MdHR 4557-11  1 /6 /3 /34.

1775, Dec. 23.
GERMAIN, GEORGE (Whitehall) to EDEN, ROBERT, Gov.
British regiments and fleet ready to embark in order to restore order in the southern colonies.
MSA S 989-11, MdHR 4557-12  1 /6 /3 /34.

1775, Nov. 15.
EDEN, WILLIAM (Downing St.) to EDEN, ROBERT.
British reaction to American rebellion.
MSA S 989-12, MdHR 4557-13  1 /6 /3 /34.

1775, Dec. 24.
EDEN, WILLIAM to EDEN, ROBERT.
Passage of the bill to suspend trade.
MSA S 989-13, MdHR 4557-13  1 /6 /3 /34.

1775?
PARLIAMENT.
Extract from a bill concerning a peace proclamation.
MSA S 989-14, MdHR 4557-14  1 /6 /3 /34.

1775, Jul. 5.
DARTMOUTH, LORD (Whitehall) to EDEN, ROBERT, Gov.
Plans for sending troops to suppress the revolt.
MSA S 989-15, MdHR 4557-15  1 /6 /3 /34.

1775.
GERMAIN, GEORGE to EDEN, ROBERT, Gov.
Determination of the king to suppress the rebellion.
MSA S 989-16, MdHR 4557-16  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776?
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Examination of Capt. Samuel Smith.
MSA S 989-17, MdHR 4557-17  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776?
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Examination of Samuel Purviance.
MSA S 989-18, MdHR 4557-18  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 26.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Examination of William Lux and Samuel Purviance, Jr.
MSA S 989-19, MdHR 4557-19  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 24.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Examination of Samuel Purviance, Jr.
MSA S 989-20, MdHR 4557-20  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776?
RIDGE, ROBERT.
Deposition concerning the departure of Gov. Eden.
MSA S 989-21, MdHR 4557-21  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776?
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Examination of Maj. Mordecai Gist.
MSA S 989-22, MdHR 4557-22  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 24.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Examination of William Lux.
MSA S 989-23, MdHR 4557-23  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776?
SMITH, SAMUEL, Capt. to COUNCIL.
Testimony concerning the attempt of Gov. Eden to leave MD.
MSA S 989-24, MdHR 4557-24  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 24.
STONE, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Canadian affairs; publication of Eden's letter; internal security and defense.
MSA S 989-25, MdHR 4557-25  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 23.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
MD deputies in Congress approve Council of Safety's treatment of Gov. Eden.
MSA S 989-26, MdHR 4557-26  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 18.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT; STONE, THOMAS; JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR., Deputies in Congress (Philadelphia).
Actions of John Hancock and Congress concerning a letter from Samuel Purviance and the Eden Affair
MSA S 989-27, MdHR 4557-27  1 /6 /3 /34

1776, Apr. 17.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Concerning letter purported to be written by Samuel Purviance.
MSA S 989-28, MdHR 4557-28  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 25.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW; JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.; STONE, THOMAS, Deputies in Congress (Philadelphia).
Eden affair; need to maintain delegation in Congress.
MSA S 989-29, MdHR 4557-29  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr.?
SMITH, SAMUEL, Capt. to COUNCIL.
Defense of conduct in Eden affair.
MSA S 989-30, MdHR 4557-30  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776.
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Replies to questions pertaining to the attempted escape of Gov. Eden.
MSA S 989-31, MdHR 4557-31  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 24.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Examination of Samuel Purviance, Jr.
MSA S 989-32, MdHR 4557-32  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776?
GORDON, WILLIAM.
Deposition pertaining to the actions of Robert Ridge and William Nevin.
MSA S 989-33, MdHR 4557-33  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Aug.?
REID, JAMES (AN).
Deposition about serving a warrant on Robert Ridge.
MSA S 989-34, MdHR 4557-34  1 /6 /3 /34.

1775, Dec. 23.
GERMAIN, GEORGE (Whitehall) to EDEN, ROBERT, Gov.
Readiness of the English fleet to embark and restore order to the Southern Colonies.
MSA S 989-35, MdHR 4557-35  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 14.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. (Fells Point, BA) to NICHOLSON, JOHN, Lt. ("Defence").
Order to arrest Gov. Eden and his secretary.
MSA S 989-36, MdHR 4557-36  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 20.
ROSS, ALEXANDER.
Regarding charges against him; profession of loyalty to state.
MSA S 989-37, MdHR 4557-37  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 18.
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Concerning the arrival of Capt. Adams and the arrest of Alexander Ross in Chestertown.
MSA S 989-38, MdHR 4557-38  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 23.
LUX, GEORGE (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Justification for nonattendance; compliance with order to copy papers.
MSA S 989-39, MdHR 4557-39  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 14.
DUVALL, GABRIEL, Clk. Committee Obs. (BA).
Minutes and proceedings pertaining to intercepted letters of Gov. Eden.
MSA S 989-40, MdHR 4557-40  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 14.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BA) to COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (BA).
Plans to apprehend the Governor.
MSA S 989-41, MdHR 4557-40  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 17.
EDEN, ROBERT, Gov. to CARROLL, CHARLES; HALL, JOHN; PACA, WILLIAM.
Declaration of intentions not to leave the province.
MSA S 989-42, MdHR 4557-42  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 4.
PAGE, JOHN, Vice. Pres. Council Saf. (Williamsburg, VA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Forwarding a dispatch from SC.
MSA S 989-43, MdHR 4557-43  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 7.
PAGE, JOHN, Vice Pres. Council Saf. (Williamsburg).
Forwarding copies of intercepted letters from the secretary of state to Gov. Eden.
MSA S 989-44, MdHR 4557-44  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 16.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
Resolution to apprehend Gov. Eden and Alexander Ross.
MSA S 989-45, MdHR 4557-45  1 /6 /3 /34.

1776, Apr. 16.
THOMPSON, CHARLES, Clk. Congress to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Congressional resolve to seize Gov. Eden and Alexander Ross.
MSA S 989-46, MdHR 4557-46  1 /6 /3 /34.

1775.
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List of members of the July Convention.
MSA S 989-47, MdHR 4558-01  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775, Jul. 26.
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List of members of 2nd MD Convention.
MSA S 989-48, MdHR 4558-02  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775, Jul.-Aug.
DUVALL, GABRIEL, Clk.
Proceedings of the July Convention.
MSA S 989-49, MdHR 4558-03  1 /6 /3 /35

1775?
DUVALL, GABRIEL, Clk. Convention to W.S.T.
Order to pay Gabriel Duvall and Robert Reynolds for Convention attendance.
MSA S 989-50, MdHR 4558-04  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775.
CONVENTION.
Resolution concerning slaughtering of cattle; riot in Baltimore; disposition of arms; appointment of congressional delegations.
MSA S 989-51, MdHR 4558-05A  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
CONVENTION to W.S.T.; E.S.T.
Order to pay congressional delegates.
MSA S 989-52, MdHR 4558-05B  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
CONVENTION.
Resolution concerning the purchase of arms by the Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-53, MdHR 4558-06  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775, Jul. 26-Aug. 14.
CONVENTION.
Proceedings and resolves.
MSA S 989-54, MdHR 4558-07  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775, Aug. 1.
PRESIDENT OF THE CONVENTION to VIRGINIA CONVENTION.
Concerning enactment of the resolution prohibiting the exportation of grain.
MSA S 989-55, MdHR 4558-08  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775, Aug. 10.
* (AN) to VIRGINIA CONVENTION.
Disagreement over date to enact ban on grain exports.
MSA S 989-56, MdHR 4558-09  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
LYON, HUGH, Clk. (PG).
List of men chosen to attend the MD Convention.
MSA S 989-57, MdHR 4558-10  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
OFFICERS (Capt. Johnson's Comp.) to CONVENTION (AN).
Petition for loan of arms from Frederick Town.
MSA S 989-58, MdHR 4558-11  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775, Aug. 9.
CITIZENS (BA) to CONVENTION.
Petition to include Baltimore Rangers in the provincial army.
MSA S 989-59, MdHR 4558-12  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Provisions for continuation of the court system.
MSA S 989-60, MdHR 4558-13  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
BEALL, Col.
Plan for the training and discipline of troops.
MSA S 989-61, MdHR 4558-14  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Account of money received by Charles Wallace for congressional delegation.
MSA S 989-62, MdHR 4558-15  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Record of votes.
MSA S 989-63, MdHR 4558-16  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Names of congressional deputies.
MSA S 989-64, MdHR 4558-17  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775, Jul. 22.
BOWES, TIMOTHY, Clk. (SM).
Men elected as Lower House representatives.
MSA S 989-65, MdHR 4558-18  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Estimate of expenses for a battalion of militia.
MSA S 989-66, MdHR 4558-19  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Voting record by counties.
MSA S 989-67, MdHR 4558-20  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Voting record by counties.
MSA S 989-68, MdHR 4558-21  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Voting record by counties.
MSA S 989-69, MdHR 4558-22  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Votes recorded for William Hindman, Thomas Harwood, and Charles Wallace.
MSA S 989-70, MdHR 4558-23  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Vote pertaining to closing the courts.
MSA S 989-71, MdHR 4558-24  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Account of delegates' expenses.
MSA S 989-72, MdHR 4558-25  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Vote tally for congressional deputies.
MSA S 989-73, MdHR 4558-26  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Vote tally for Council of Safety election.
MSA S 989-74, MdHR 4558-27  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Vote tally for defense committee.
MSA S 989-75, MdHR 4558-28  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775, May 16.
VEAZEY, JOHN, 3rd Acting Clk. (Elk Ferry, CE).
Election of deputies for the provincial Convention.
MSA S 989-76, MdHR 4558-29  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775?
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Delegates appointed for BA.
MSA S 989-77, MdHR 4558-30  1 /6 /3 /35.

1775, Jul. 31.
THOMAS, PHILLIP; SCOTT, GEORGE (FR) to CONVENTION.
Intelligence concerning arrival of St. Clair.
MSA S 989-78, MdHR 4558-31  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776.
CONVENTION.
Maryland Constitution.
MSA S 989-79, MdHR 4558-32  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776.
CONVENTION.
Declaration of Rights.
MSA S 989-80, MdHR 4558-33  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776.
CONVENTION.
Amendments to the Bill of Rights.
MSA S 989-81, MdHR 4558-34  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Memorandum pertaining to the Land Office.
MSA S 989-82, MdHR 4558-35  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Provisions for choosing sheriffs.
MSA S 989-83, MdHR 4558-36  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Oaths to be administered to citizens and officeholders.
MSA S 989-84, MdHR 4558-37  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Resolves pertaining to religion.
MSA S 989-85, MdHR 4558-38  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Amendment to the Bill of Rights pertaining to church support.
MSA S 989-86, MdHR 4558-39  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Memorandum pertaining to the people's right to establish the form of government.
MSA S 989-87, MdHR 4558-40  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Provisions relating to property owned by churches.
MSA S 989-88, MdHR 4558-41  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Provisions pertaining to the levying of taxes.
MSA S 989-89, MdHR 4558-42  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Memorandum pertaining to court sessions.
MSA S 989-90, MdHR 4558-43  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Oath of a poll clerk.
MSA S 989-91, MdHR 4558-44  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Provision for the suspension or removal of militia officers.
MSA S 989-92, MdHR 4558-45  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Proceedings pertaining to the office of governor.
MSA S 989-93, MdHR 4558-46  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Requirements for holding office in Congress.
MSA S 989-94, MdHR 4558-47  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776, Aug. 14.
CONVENTION.
Declaration of Rights.
MSA S 989-95, MdHR 4558-48  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
CHASE, SAMUEL.
Memorandum of changes to state constitution.
MSA S 989-96, MdHR 4558-49  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Agreement pertaining to militia officer appointments.
MSA S 989-97, MdHR 4558-50  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Procedure for appointing a register of wills.
MSA S 989-98, MdHR 4558-51  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Proposal for the appointment of state and military officers.
MSA S 989-99, MdHR 4558-52  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Proposal for the appointment of court clerks.
MSA S 989-100, MdHR 4558-53  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Memorandum pertaining to joint military and civil office holding.
MSA S 989-101, MdHR 4558-54  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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List of election judges.
MSA S 989-102, MdHR 4558-55  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
DUVALL, GABRIEL, Clk.
Resolution to establish a new form of government.
MSA S 989-103, MdHR 4558-56  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Recruiting instructions.
MSA S 989-104, MdHR 4558-57  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776?
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Instructions for the "Defence".
MSA S 989-105, MdHR 4558-58  1 /6 /3 /35.

1776, Aug. 2.
HAYWARD, THOMAS; BRUFF, THOMAS; HENRY, JOHN (SO).
Results of election for representatives.
MSA S 989-106, MdHR 4559-01  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776, Aug.?
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Nullification of an election in WO.
MSA S 989-107, MdHR 4559-02  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Order for troops to proceed to Elizabeth Town.
MSA S 989-108, MdHR 4559-03  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Nullification of an election in FR.
MSA S 989-109, MdHR 4559-04  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Acceptance of the elected delegates for CH.
MSA S 989-110, MdHR 4559-05  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Resolution to rehold elections in CE.
MSA S 989-111, MdHR 4559-06  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Record of votes on a motion.
MSA S 989-112, MdHR 4559-07  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Record of votes pertaining to PG election.
MSA S 989-113, MdHR 4559-08  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Record of votes pertaining to CH election.
MSA S 989-114, MdHR 4559-09  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Record of votes pertaining to KE election.
MSA S 989-115, MdHR 4559-10  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
GRIFFITH, HENRY, Chm. Committee.
Proceedings of the members investigating the petition of William Faris.
MSA S 989-116, MdHR 4559-100  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
JOHNSON, JOHN, Clk. Committee.
Report of the Committee of Manufactories.
MSA S 989-117, MdHR 4559-101  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Officers' commissions in the regular army and Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-118, MdHR 4559-11  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
MINOR, J.C.
Receipt of payment for spirits.
MSA S 989-119, MdHR 4559-12  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CHASE, NOBEL.
Account for breakfast and beverages.
MSA S 989-120, MdHR 4559-13  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Resolutions pertaining to enlistment and commissioning of men in the Continental Army and Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-121, MdHR 4559-14  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
BEALL, SAMUEL, Chm. to HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Refusal of FR inhabitants to pay their levies.
MSA S 989-122, MdHR 4559-15  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
STULL, JOHN, Chm.
Military recruitment and expenditures.
MSA S 989-123, MdHR 4559-16  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Ballot for delegates to Congress.
MSA S 989-124, MdHR 4559-17  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Preservation of order and the support of judges in WO.
MSA S 989-125, MdHR 4559-18  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Procedures for business and debate.
MSA S 989-126, MdHR 4559-19  1 /6 /3 /36.

1775, Apr. 25-May. 3.
CONVENTION.
Motions and proceedings.
MSA S 989-127, MdHR 4559-20  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Resolution concerning attendance.
MSA S 989-128, MdHR 4559-21  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Resolution to include Alexander and Charles Irwin of TA as signers of bills of credit.
MSA S 989-129, MdHR 4559-22  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Resolution concerning the issuing of passports.
MSA S 989-130, MdHR 4559-23  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
JOHNSON, JOHN, Clk. Committee.
Report of the Committee of Manufactories.
MSA S 989-131, MdHR 4559-24  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONTEE, THOMAS, Chm. Convention.
Purchase and value of linen.
MSA S 989-132, MdHR 4559-25  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Controversy between MD and VA over the departure of Gov. Eden.
MSA S 989-133, MdHR 4559-26  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Resolutions concerning Capt. Montague and Robert Eden; truce violation and order to publish correspondence.
MSA S 989-134, MdHR 4559-27  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776, Jan. 23.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Permit form to leave the province.
MSA S 989-135, MdHR 4559-28  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
RIDGELY, RICHARD, Clk. Committee.
Decisions pertaining to nonenlistment fines.
MSA S 989-136, MdHR 4559-29  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Ballot for officers of the Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-137, MdHR 4559-30  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Vote pertaining to the amending of a VA resolution.
MSA S 989-138, MdHR 4559-31  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Votes pertaining to qualifications of electors.
MSA S 989-139, MdHR 4559-32  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Votes pertaining to the interest payment on loans.
MSA S 989-140, MdHR 4559-33  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Votes pertaining to rent payments.
MSA S 989-141, MdHR 4559-34  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Votes pertaining to members' allowances.
MSA S 989-142, MdHR 4559-35  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Motion pertaining to militia members attending the Convention.
MSA S 989-143, MdHR 4559-36  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Motion pertaining to the eligibility of AN and BC residents to vote in county elections.
MSA S 989-144, MdHR 4559-37  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Record of voting.
MSA S 989-145, MdHR 4559-38  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Votes pertaining to the manner of voting.
MSA S 989-146, MdHR 4559-39  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Votes pertaining to the eligibility of militia officers to hold seats at the Convention.
MSA S 989-147, MdHR 4559-40  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
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Vote pertaining to executive field officers.
MSA S 989-148, MdHR 4559-41  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776, Jun. 25.
HAYWARD, THOMAS, Chm. (SO) to CONVENTION.
Disorders in SO; equipping the militia; proximity of the enemy.
MSA S 989-149, MdHR 4559-42  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776, Jun. 20.
JOHNSON, JOHN.
Oath of office as clerk of the Convention.
MSA S 989-150, MdHR 4559-43  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776, Jun. 26.
CRAWFORD, PETER; MCCASKIE, JAMES ("Fowey").
Deposition of seizure of a citizen and vessel.
MSA S 989-151, MdHR 4559-44  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
List of counties.
MSA S 989-152, MdHR 4559-45  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
BEALL, JOSEPH; TYLER, ROBERT to CONVENTION.
Request to pay pipers and drummers with public funds.
MSA S 989-153, MdHR 4559-46  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Description of the "Fowey".
MSA S 989-154, MdHR 4559-47  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776, Jun. 25.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (AN).
Arrest of William Yieldell, a nonassociator.
MSA S 989-155, MdHR 4559-48  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Provisions for election of a Convention to establish a government based on the authority of the people.
MSA S 989-156, MdHR 4559-49  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Motion for the purchase of salt by the Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-157, MdHR 4559-50  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provisions for raising troops.
MSA S 989-158, MdHR 4559-51  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Motion to place a bounty on salt imported into the colony.
MSA S 989-159, MdHR 4559-52  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Motion providing for the continuation of unfinished business to the next session.
MSA S 989-160, MdHR 4559-53  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Motion providing for an account of the FR gunlock manufactory.
MSA S 989-161, MdHR 4559-54  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Resolution to raise militia for the Flying Camp in KE.
MSA S 989-162, MdHR 4559-55  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Orders pertaining to troop movements and military organization.
MSA S 989-163, MdHR 4559-56  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Receipt of congressional resolution.
MSA S 989-164, MdHR 4559-57  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution to separate the regulars and the militia in the Flying Camp to prevent discontent over rank.
MSA S 989-165, MdHR 4559-58  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Resolution to examine and transmit an account of financial transactions.
MSA S 989-166, MdHR 4559-59  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Granting of commission and pay to Jacob Brice; religious motivations for objecting to militia service.
MSA S 989-167, MdHR 4559-60  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Resolution concerning the filling of vacancies in the Flying Camp; setting up of a committee to oversee the proceeding of the Loan Office.
MSA S 989-168, MdHR 4559-61  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution exempting ships' carpenters employed in building vessels from militia service.
MSA S 989-169, MdHR 4559-62  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Procedure for payment of debts and interest in commodities.
MSA S 989-170, MdHR 4559-63  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provisions for the payment of interest on debts with commodities.
MSA S 989-171, MdHR 4559-64  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Procedure to make claims against the colony.
MSA S 989-172, MdHR 4559-65  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Authorization to issue money to Robert Wood of FR to erect a mill.
MSA S 989-173, MdHR 4559-66  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provisions for the repair of roads between FR, BC, and AN.
MSA S 989-174, MdHR 4559-67  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Posting of bonds by nonassociators.
MSA S 989-175, MdHR 4559-68  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
CONVENTION to SHERIFF (BA).
Resolve to return lands and tenaments to William Pellett et al.
MSA S 989-176, MdHR 4559-69  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution that Col. Henry Hollingsworth can make gun barrels.
MSA S 989-177, MdHR 4559-70  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Minutes of the Convention's proceedings pertaining to elections.
MSA S 989-178, MdHR 4559-71  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Establishment of priority among commissioned officers.
MSA S 989-179, MdHR 4559-72  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Penalty for felons convicted in counterfeiting or forgery cases.
MSA S 989-180, MdHR 4559-73  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution for proceedings in treason cases.
MSA S 989-181, MdHR 4559-74  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Memorandum pertaining to citizens collaborating with the British.
MSA S 989-182, MdHR 4559-75  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provisions for the Council of Safety to pay riflemen previously enlisted.
MSA S 989-183, MdHR 4559-76  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provisions for Council of Safety to arm vessels.
MSA S 989-184, MdHR 4559-77  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolve to return firearms to William Faris of AN.
MSA S 989-185, MdHR 4559-78  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution to advance Edward Parker of CE money to buy manufacturing supplies.
MSA S 989-186, MdHR 4559-79  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution empowering the Council of Safety to loan money to Samuel and Daniel Hughes for a cannon foundry.
MSA S 989-187, MdHR 4559-80  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provisions for the defense of AN.
MSA S 989-188, MdHR 4559-81  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution to furnish soldiers with arms and equipment.
MSA S 989-189, MdHR 4559-82  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provisions for Council of Safety to purchase arms.
MSA S 989-190, MdHR 4559-83  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Repeal of the resolution empowering the Council of Safety to contract for a powder mill.
MSA S 989-191, MdHR 4559-84  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolve pertaining to bills of credit and the Loan Office.
MSA S 989-192, MdHR 4559-85  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776, Jun.
CONVENTION.
List of members.
MSA S 989-193, MdHR 4559-86  1 /6 /3 /36

1776?
*
Provisions to supply firearms and cooking utensils to the militia; military formations and commissions.
MSA S 989-194, MdHR 4559-87  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provisions for paying commissioned officers.
MSA S 989-195, MdHR 4559-88  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Establishment of military pay based on length of service.
MSA S 989-196, MdHR 4559-89  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provisions for mustering the militia.
MSA S 989-197, MdHR 4559-90  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution pertaining to formation of the Flying Camp; composition of battalions.
MSA S 989-198, MdHR 4559-91  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776, May.
*
Resolution instructing the delegates in Congress to vote for independence.
MSA S 989-199, MdHR 4559-92  1 /6 /3 /36

1776?
*
Order for Maj. Price to march to SO and disarm the disaffected.
MSA S 989-200, MdHR 4559-93  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution empowering George Plater and John Hall to quell unrest in SO.
MSA S 989-201, MdHR 4559-94  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution that William Bishop post bond and appear on suspicion of aiding the enemy.
MSA S 989-202, MdHR 4559-95  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Order for the release from bond of William Yieldell.
MSA S 989-203, MdHR 4559-96  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Order to station vessels near Horn Point and Greenbury's Point.
MSA S 989-204, MdHR 4559-97  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Provision for the building and equipping of galleys.
MSA S 989-205, MdHR 4559-98  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776?
*
Resolution to disregard writs of election issued in the name of the proprietary.
MSA S 989-206, MdHR 4559-99  1 /6 /3 /36.

1776, Jul. 6.
CONVENTION.
Declaration of the delegates of Maryland.
MSA S 989-207, MdHR 4560-01  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776?
*
Memorandum pertaining to state rights.
MSA S 989-208, MdHR 4560-02  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776.
*
Election of delegates to Congress.
MSA S 989-209, MdHR 4560-03  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Apr. 10.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES to SENATE.
Decision pertaining to punishment of Tories.
MSA S 989-210, MdHR 4560-04  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776?
CONVENTION.
Resolve pertaining to jurisdiction over the Potomac River.
MSA S 989-211, MdHR 4560-05  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
CONVENTION.
Resolutions pertaining to territorial claims by VA.
MSA S 989-212, MdHR 4560-06  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
CONVENTION.
Establishment and provision for execution of authority.
MSA S 989-213, MdHR 4560-07  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
Memorandum pertaining to defense and calling the Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-214, MdHR 4560-08  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
British intent to destroy colonial government.
MSA S 989-215, MdHR 4560-09  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
Memorandum pertaining to British actions regarding colonial money and government.
MSA S 989-216, MdHR 4560-10  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
Draft for election procedures.
MSA S 989-217, MdHR 4560-12  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
Resolution pertaining to election procedures.
MSA S 989-218, MdHR 4560-13  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
Resolution providing for militia organization.
MSA S 989-219, MdHR 4560-14  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
Grievances against Britain; support of opposing actions.
MSA S 989-220, MdHR 4560-15  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
Draft concerning military actions against Britain.
MSA S 989-221, MdHR 4560-16  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
Resolution pertaining to British military actions; intent to oppose Great Britain.
MSA S 989-222, MdHR 4560-17  1 /6 /3 /37.

1775?
*
Account for issuance of bills of credit.
MSA S 989-223, MdHR 4560-18  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776?
*
Resolution pertaining to the Continental Loan Office.
MSA S 989-224, MdHR 4560-19  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776?
*
Resolution for emission of bills of credit.
MSA S 989-225, MdHR 4560-20  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Apr. 18.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Order to record the Declaration of Independance.
MSA S 989-226, MdHR 4560-21  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776, Sep. 10.
DUVALL, GABRIEL, Clk. Convention.
Resolution calling out the militia and reinforcing the army in NY.
MSA S 989-227, MdHR 4560-22  1 /6 /3 /37

1776?
*
Proposal for the manufacturing of wire.
MSA S 989-228, MdHR 4560-23  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776?
*
Memorandum pertaining to the formation of the militia.
MSA S 989-229, MdHR 4560-24  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Feb. 4.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR., (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Troop locations; recruits and supplies.
MSA S 989-230, MdHR 4560-25  1 /6 /3 /37.

1778, Jun. 11.
PACA, WILLIAM (Wye Island) to GOV.
Attempted confiscation of horses by Mr. Rudolph.
MSA S 989-231, MdHR 4560-26  1 /6 /3 /37.

1781, Apr. 18.
STONE, THOMAS to GOV.
British landing at Cedar Point; request for aid.
MSA S 989-232, MdHR 4560-27  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Mar. 28.
WILLING, MORRIS & CO. (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Financial status of accounts.
MSA S 989-233, MdHR 4560-28  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, May. 15.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Arrival of arms and ammunition.
MSA S 989-234, MdHR 4560-29  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, May. 1.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Impressment by naval officers; arms and ammunition.
MSA S 989-235, MdHR 4560-30  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Apr. 15.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Loss of arms shipment.
MSA S 989-236, MdHR 4560-31  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Apr. 18.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY to DELEGATES IN CONGRESS.
Instructions pertaining to a confederacy of the U.S.
MSA S 989-237, MdHR 4560-32  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Jan. 3.
CHASE, SAMUEL (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Troop locations; appropriation of funds.
MSA S 989-238, MdHR 4560-33  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Jan. 5.
MORRIS, ROBERT; CLYMER, GEORGE; WALTON, GEORGE (Philadelphia) to HANCOCK, JOHN.
Suppositions pertaining to troop locations and military actions.
MSA S 989-239, MdHR 4560-34  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777?
CHASE, SAMUEL to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Intelligence report pertaining to congressional proceedings and debates.
MSA S 989-240, MdHR 4560-35  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Mar. 31.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE (Morristown).
Escape of George Dashiell; possibility of British troop movements to the Chesapeake.
MSA S 989-241, MdHR 4560-36  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Jan. 31.
CHASE, SAMUEL (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Lack of congressional representatives.
MSA S 989-242, MdHR 4560-37  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Jan. 28.
CHASE, SAMUEL (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Intelligence report; readiness of militia.
MSA S 989-243, MdHR 4560-38  1 /6 /3 /37

1777, Jan. 20.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Procurement of supplies and arms for the militia.
MSA S 989-244, MdHR 4560-38  1 /6 /3 /37

1777, Jan. 21.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Militia commissions and arms.
MSA S 989-245, MdHR 4560-39  1 /6 /3 /37.

1779, Jul. 13.
GODDARD, WILLIAM, printer (AN) to GOV.
Memorial concerning actions of a mob; BC justices request protection.
MSA S 989-246, MdHR 4560-40  1 /6 /3 /37.

1779, Jul. 15.
GODDARD, MARY K. (BC) to GOV.
Suggested character witnessess for William Goddard.
MSA S 989-247, MdHR 4560-41  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777?
*
List of citizens and occupations.
MSA S 989-248, MdHR 4560-42  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Apr. 14.
GODDARD, WILLIAM (AN) to GOV.
Petition to issue state warrants against members of the Whig Club.
MSA S 989-249, MdHR 4560-43  1 /6 /3 /37.

1779, Jul. 15.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Actions of William Goddard; dispatch from Charles Town pertaining to military action.
MSA S 989-250, MdHR 4560-44  1 /6 /3 /37.

1779, Jul. 15.
LYNCH, JOHN, Capt. (BA).
Deposition pertaining to actions of William Goddard.
MSA S 989-251, MdHR 4560-45  1 /6 /3 /37.

1792, May. 5.
OTIS, SAMUEL A., Sec. Senate (Philadelphia) to CLERK OF THE COUNCIL.
Request for a copy of MD laws.
MSA S 989-252, MdHR 4560-45  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776?
GODDARD, WILLIAM.
Retraction of political and military opinions, request for pardon from Gen. Washington.
MSA S 989-253, MdHR 4560-46  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776, Jun. 9?
LEE, CHARLES (Needwood Forest) to GODDARD, WILLIAM.
Request to publish his letter.
MSA S 989-254, MdHR 4560-46  1 /6 /3 /37.

1776, Jun. 19?
LEE, CHARLES (Shepards Town) to GODDARD, WILLIAM.
Enclosing information; reputation for impartiality.
MSA S 989-255, MdHR 4560-46  1 /6 /3 /37.

1777, Mar. 26.
GALBRAITH, WILLIAM, Capt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Explanation of behavior pertaining to mob action against William Goddard.
MSA S 989-256, MdHR 4560-47  1 /6 /3 /37.

1812, Aug. 19.
GALLOWAY, BENJAMIN (Hagerstown, WA) to PINKNEY, NINIAN. 1812, Aug. 19.
Attempts to secure copies of the General Assembly proceedings relating to William Goddard.
MSA S 989-257, MdHR 4560-48  1 /6 /3 /37

1775, Feb. 2.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Frederick Town) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Procurement of arms.
MSA S 989-258, MdHR 4561-01  1 /6 /3 /38.

1775, Dec. 29.
ROGERS, JOHN (Philadelphia) to ALEXANDER, ROBERT (BA).
Forwarding congressional resolutions; lack of MD representation.
MSA S 989-259, MdHR 4561-02  1 /6 /3 /38.

1775.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec.
Resolution concerning trading rights.
MSA S 989-260, MdHR 4561-03  1 /6 /3 /38.

1775, Nov. 1.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Transmission of congressional resolutions; removal of public records at AN.
MSA S 989-261, MdHR 4561-04  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Jan. 30.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Congressional proceedings; payment of Canadian troops.
MSA S 989-262, MdHR 4561-05  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Jan. 22.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Frederick Town).
Militia enlistments; procurement of arms.
MSA S 989-263, MdHR 4561-06  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Feb. 2.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT; PACA, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Printing of currency; procurement of arms.
MSA S 989-264, MdHR 4561-07  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Feb. 6.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Arrival of arms.
MSA S 989-265, MdHR 4561-08A  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Feb. 16.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Prices and quality of arms; Canadian delegation appointed; procurement of saltpeter.
MSA S 989-266, MdHR 4561-08B  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776?
* to ALEXANDER, ROBERT.
Request for contract and papers pertaining to public arms.
MSA S 989-267, MdHR 4561-09  1 /6 /3 /38.

1778, Jun. 22.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT (Delaware Bay).
Request for information concerning intentions to return to this country.
MSA S 989-268, MdHR 4561-10  1 /6 /3 /38.

1782, Aug. 17.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT (NY) to GOV.
Prisoner assistance; procurement of supplies.
MSA S 989-269, MdHR 4561-11  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Feb. 10.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Blockade of Quebec; Benedict Arnold soon expected to take command.
MSA S 989-270, MdHR 4561-12  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Feb. 9.
YOUNG, JAMES (Philadelphia) to CHASE, SAMUEL.
Diagram and description of a combination knapsack and haversack.
MSA S 989-271, MdHR 4561-13  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Feb. 25.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation that Alexander Ross receive a passport.
MSA S 989-272, MdHR 4561-14  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Feb. 27.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT (Philadelphia).
Location of troops; procurement and distribution of arms; congressional representation.
MSA S 989-273, MdHR 4561-15  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Mar. 9.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Arrival of Capt. James Tibbit; shipment of arms.
MSA S 989-274, MdHR 4561-16  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Mar. 9.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.; ALEXANDER, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Arrival and disbursement of powder.
MSA S 989-275, MdHR 4561-17B  1 /6 /3 /38.

1776, Mar. 8.
CARROLL, CHARLES (BC).
Need for provisions, arms, field officers, and a surgeon for the "Defence": See 4561-17A.
MSA S 989-276, MdHR 4561-18  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Oct. 13.
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Gen. (Headquarters) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Troop maneuvers.
MSA S 989-277, MdHR 4561-19  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Mar. 26.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT; JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Philadelphia).
Status of supplies; procurement of provisions; troop destinations.
MSA S 989-278, MdHR 4561-20  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Mar. 19.
DELEGATES IN CONGRESS (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Ship and cargo arrival; currency exchange; location of George Washington.
MSA S 989-279, MdHR 4561-21  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Mar. 20.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT et al. (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Distribution of powder.
MSA S 989-280, MdHR 4561-22  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Mar. 9.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.; ALEXANDER, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Distribution of powder.
MSA S 989-281, MdHR 4561-23  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Apr. 2.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. et al. (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Exchange of currency; ship salvage.
MSA S 989-282, MdHR 4561-24  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Apr. 13.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.; STONE, THOMAS; ALEXANDER, ROBERT (Philadelphia).
Procurement of tent materials.
MSA S 989-283, MdHR 4561-25  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Apr. 9.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.; STONE, THOMAS; ALEXANDER, ROBERT (Philadelphia).
Delivery of paper; promised delivery of plates.
MSA S 989-284, MdHR 4561-26  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Apr. 12.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.; STONE, THOMAS (Philadelphia).
Arrival of the parliamentary act to restrain colonial trade; shipment of powder.
MSA S 989-285, MdHR 4561-27  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Apr. 28.
ROGERS, JOHN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Intention to travel to Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-286, MdHR 4561-28  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Apr. 16.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT; STONE, THOMAS (Philadelphia).
Distribution of powder.
MSA S 989-287, MdHR 4561-29  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jun. 11.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW; STONE, THOMAS; ROGERS, JOHN (Philadelphia).
Possibility of enemy attack; Flying Camp quota; debate on independence; Convention attendance.
MSA S 989-288, MdHR 4561-30  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jun. 14.
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Attendance and proceedings; question of independence.
MSA S 989-289, MdHR 4561-31  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jun. 15.
STONE, THOMAS; ROGERS, JOHN (Philadelphia).
Militia and Flying Camp organization; request to call a Convention; comparison of British and American arms.
MSA S 989-290, MdHR 4561-32  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jul. 4.
PACA, WILLIAM; ROGERS, JOHN; STONE, THOMAS to HANCOCK, JOHN.
Receipt of a treasury order for funds to raise a German company.
MSA S 989-291, MdHR 4561-33  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jul. 23.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR., Brig. Gen. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Militia activities and arms supply.
MSA S 989-292, MdHR 4561-34  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jul. 22.
STONE, THOMAS; PACA, WILLIAM (Philadelphia).
Exchange of currency; organization of the German Batt.; advancement of money.
MSA S 989-293, MdHR 4561-35  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jul. 23.
CHASE, SAMUEL; STONE, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Location and strength of troops; lack of information pertaining to Lord Howe's fleet.
MSA S 989-294, MdHR 4561-36  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jul. 24.
STONE, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment and charges for hauling.
MSA S 989-295, MdHR 4561-37  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jul. 30.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Request from Col. George Stricker to join German Batt.; need for supplies; reported arrival of Lord Howe's fleet.
MSA S 989-296, MdHR 4561-38  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jul. 30.
STONE, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment of arms; troop movements.
MSA S 989-297, MdHR 4561-39  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Aug. 13.
STONE, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Location of troops; recruitment for the Flying Camp; Gen. Washington's location.
MSA S 989-298, MdHR 4561-40  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Aug. 6.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. (Philadelphia) to CONVENTION.
Resolution pertaining to prisoners.
MSA S 989-299, MdHR 4561-41  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Sep. 20.
JOHNSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Bill of lading and powder consignments.
MSA S 989-300, MdHR 4561-42  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Oct. 1.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Misunderstanding over shipment of tent material.
MSA S 989-301, MdHR 4561-43  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Oct. 24.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Philadelphia) to TILGHMAN, JAMES.
Proposal for substitution of money for land was rejected; militia enrollments and commissions.
MSA S 989-302, MdHR 4561-44  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Oct. 26.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. (War Office) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Supplying of troops with blankets and arms.
MSA S 989-303, MdHR 4561-45  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Nov. 13.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Philadelphia).
Congressional decisions pertaining to recruitment bounties and constitutional balance of power.
MSA S 989-304, MdHR 4561-46  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Nov. 12.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Resolution concerning mass enlistment and bounty payment procedures.
MSA S 989-305, MdHR 4561-47  1 /6 /3 /38

1776?, Nov. 13.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to COMMISSIONERS.
Resolution to grant land as enlistment bounty.
MSA S 989-306, MdHR 4561-48  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Nov. 14.
CHAMBERLAINE, JAMES LLOYD et al. (Philadelphia) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Request for information concerning new enlistment policy.
MSA S 989-307, MdHR 4561-49  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Nov. 19.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Enlistment procedures; battle at Fort Washington.
MSA S 989-308, MdHR 4561-50  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Nov. 21.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Loss of Fort Washington; naval force on Lake Champlain; enlistment policies.
MSA S 989-309, MdHR 4561-51  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Nov. 22.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphis) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Surrender of Fort Washington; list of prisoners; troop locations.
MSA S 989-310, MdHR 4561-52  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Nov. 23.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Naval and troop movements; state of the treasury; troop enlistments.
MSA S 989-311, MdHR 4561-53  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Nov. 24.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Troop enlistment bounty; capture of Fort Lee; loss of provisions.
MSA S 989-312, MdHR 4561-54  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Nov. 26.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Terms of enlistment; campaign activities; drilling the militia.
MSA S 989-313, MdHR 4561-55  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Dec. 24.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Strawberry Mount) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Justification of account; debt payment.
MSA S 989-314, MdHR 4561-57  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Dec. 11.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia) to NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. (BC).
Location of troops.
MSA S 989-315, MdHR 4561-58A  1 /6 /3 /38

1776?
NICHOLSON, JAMES.
Note pertaining to seamen (nearly illegible).
MSA S 989-316, MdHR 4561-58B  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Dec. 16.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Lack of equipment and officers; movement of the magazines.
MSA S 989-317, MdHR 4561-59  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Dec. 19.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for militia units to join Gen. Washington; command of the units.
MSA S 989-318, MdHR 4561-60  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Dec. 20.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Frederick Town).
Militia formations; election of officers; need for supplies.
MSA S 989-319, MdHR 4561-61  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Dec. 24.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Troop movements; supply shipments; officer commissions.
MSA S 989-320, MdHR 4561-62  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Dec. 24.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Attempt to make payment to Capt. Thomas S. Poole.
MSA S 989-321, MdHR 4561-63  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Dec. 28.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Location and departure of troops; officer commissions.
MSA S 989-322, MdHR 4561-64  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Dec. 3.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Strength of the army; troop movements.
MSA S 989-323, MdHR 4561-65  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Jun. 12.
CARROLL, CHARLES (Mount Clare, BA).
Misunderstanding with VA concerning resolves and Gov. Eden.
MSA S 989-324, MdHR 4561-66  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Sep. 6.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN to JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (BC).
Intelligence report from deserters concerning British troop strength and location of the fleet.
MSA S 989-325, MdHR 4561-67  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, May. 1.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN, Col. (Philadelphia).
Troop locations; attack on Boston; lack of officers' commissions.
MSA S 989-326, MdHR 4561-68  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Aug. 25.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Mr. Russell's, Head of North East) to GOV.
Location of troops; strength of British forces; destruction of CE records; inducements to Negroes and servants.
MSA S 989-327, MdHR 4561-69  1 /6 /3 /38

1777?
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN; SMITH, WILLIAM to JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.
Forwarding of orders on the treasury and loan offices; referral of arms request to the Board of War; SO insurrection.
MSA S 989-328, MdHR 4561-70  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Apr. 17.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Philadelphia) to JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.
Need for troops to control SO insurrection
MSA S 989-329, MdHR 4561-71  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, May.
SMITH, WILLIAM; RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Philadelphia).
Conduct of Capt. James Nicholson; landing of British troops; destruction of provisions.
MSA S 989-330, MdHR 4561-72  1 /6 /3 /38

1777?
LUTTERLOW, HENRY E., Quartermaster to MIFFLIN, THOMAS, Gen.
Marching of troops; procurement of arms.
MSA S 989-331, MdHR 4561-73  1 /6 /3 /38

1777?
*
Capt. James Nicholson suspended from command.
MSA S 989-332, MdHR 4561-74  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Nov. 1.
SMITH, WILLIAM (York Town) to JOHNSON, THOMAS.
Location of Lord Cornwallis; Gen. Burgoyne's capitulation.
MSA S 989-333, MdHR 4561-75  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Oct. 21.
SMITH, WILLIAM (York Town).
Location of troops.
MSA S 989-334, MdHR 4561-76  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Oct. 15.
SMITH, HUGH (Kingston).
Gen. Burgoyne's surrender.
MSA S 989-335, MdHR 4561-77  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Aug. 24.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Joppa).
Confrontation at the mouth of Gunpowder River; availability of arms; request for aid.
MSA S 989-336, MdHR 4561-78  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, May. 3.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Philadelphia) to JOHNSON, THOMAS.
Uneasiness of officers concerning commissions.
MSA S 989-337, MdHR 4561-79  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Apr. 29.
FORREST, URIAH (Bristol) to RAMSEY, NATHANIEL, Col. (Philadelphia).
Granting of officer commissions.
MSA S 989-338, MdHR 4561-80  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Dec. 9.
STONE, THOMAS (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Location of enemy vessels; need for provisons; fugitive Negroes; pillaging by the enemy.
MSA S 989-339, MdHR 4561-81  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Aug. 21.
COUNCIL.
Passage of British fleet at AN; defense and evacuation considered.
MSA S 989-340, MdHR 4561-82  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Dec. 11.
STONE, THOMAS (Port Tobacco) to LEE, THOMAS SIM, Pres. Council.
Location of troops; prisoner exchange; provisions.
MSA S 989-341, MdHR 4561-83  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Dec. 13.
STONE, THOMAS (CH).
Location of enemy troops.
MSA S 989-342, MdHR 4561-84  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Jan. 29.
CHASE, SAMUEL (BC).
Forwarding of letters for General Assembly's consideration.
MSA S 989-343, MdHR 4561-85  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Feb. 7.
CHASE, SAMUEL (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Manning of the tender of the " Defence"; SO and WO insurrections.
MSA S 989-344, MdHR 4561-86  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Feb. 6.
CHASE, SAMUEL (BC).
Behavior of Capt. William Patterson; troop movements; necessity of representation.
MSA S 989-345, MdHR 4561-87  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Feb. 20.
CHASE, SAMUEL (BC).
Militia quota; excerpt from a letter by Gen. Washington pertaining to condition of troops.
MSA S 989-346, MdHR 4561-88  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Oct. 10.
CHASE, SAMUEL (York Town).
Army intelligence from Benedict Arnold.
MSA S 989-347, MdHR 4561-89  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Oct. 10.
CHASE, SAMUEL (York Town).
Location and troop actions; officers wounded.
MSA S 989-348, MdHR 4561-90  1 /6 /3 /38

1776, Sep. 20.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. et al. (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Desertions; need for supplies; location of troops; care of sick soldiers.
MSA S 989-349, MdHR 4561-91  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Feb. 21.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Shipment of produce; use of powder by the men-of-war.
MSA S 989-350, MdHR 4561-92  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Feb. 27.
CHASE, SAMUEL (BC) to COUNCIL.
Adjournment of Congress; reinforcements for Gen. Howe.
MSA S 989-351, MdHR 4561-93  1 /6 /3 /38

1827, Jan. 25.
BARNEY, WILLIAM W.
Receipt of original letters from Judge Samuel Chase to the governor.
MSA S 989-352, MdHR 4561-94  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Sep. 3.
PACA, WILLIAM (Chester Town) to GOV.
Location and status of militia; need for flour.
MSA S 989-353, MdHR 4561-95  1 /6 /3 /38

1777, Sep. 26.
PACA, WILLIAM (Chester Town) to GOV.
Troop locations and military engagements; plundering by the British; fear of a Negro uprising.
MSA S 989-354, MdHR 4562-01  1 /6 /3 /39

1777, Aug. 30.
PACA, WILLIAM.
Militia location and arms; procurement of money from Congress; supplies, provisions, and capture of prizes.
MSA S 989-355, MdHR 4562-02  1 /6 /3 /39

1777, Aug. 25.
CADWALADER, JOHN (Shrewsberry) to PACA, WILLIAM (Chestertown).
Offer to serve in the militia.
MSA S 989-356, MdHR 4562-03  1 /6 /3 /39

1777?
*
Account of goods deliverd to Mr. Hopkins.
MSA S 989-357, MdHR 4562-04  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Feb. 26.
FRANKS, REBECCAH to PACA, ANN HARRISON (Wye Island).
Social events and fashions in Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-358, MdHR 4562-05  1 /6 /3 /39

1777, Aug. 29.
CARSON, WILLIAM to PACA, WILLIAM.
Rape and plunder committed by the Hessians in the Welsh Track.
MSA S 989-359, MdHR 4562-06  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Mar. 21.
PACA, WILLIAM (Kent Island) to GOV.
Expenditures and accounts; merchandise received by Mrs. Paca.
MSA S 989-360, MdHR 4562-07  1 /6 /3 /39

1777, Aug. 19.
PACA, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Location and results of encounters with British troops.
MSA S 989-361, MdHR 4562-08  1 /6 /3 /39

1777?
PACA, WILLIAM to CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Troop locations; supply of arms.
MSA S 989-362, MdHR 4562-09  1 /6 /3 /39

1777, Aug. 25.
PACA, WILLIAM.
British troops in CE; need for money and arms.
MSA S 989-363, MdHR 4562-10  1 /6 /3 /39

1777, Sep. 6.
PACA, WILLIAM to GOV.
Insurrections in QA and CA led by Methodist preachers; assembling the militia.
MSA S 989-364, MdHR 4562-11  1 /6 /3 /39

1777, May. 24.
PACA, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop movements.
MSA S 989-365, MdHR 4562-12  1 /6 /3 /39

1777, May. 24.
PACA, WILLIAM to GOV.
Troop movements and desertions.
MSA S 989-366, MdHR 4562-13  1 /6 /3 /39

1777, May. 24.
PACA, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Printing of Continental money; troop movements and military activities; imposition of death sentences.
MSA S 989-367, MdHR 4562-14  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Apr. 23.
CARROLL, CHARLES, OF CARROLLTON to GOV.
Political events in Europe; arrival of parlimentary bills.
MSA S 989-368, MdHR 4562-15  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Dec. 22.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for a passport for Andrew Ragg to return to England.
MSA S 989-369, MdHR 4562-16  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Mar. 6.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (York Town) to JOHNSON, THOMAS.
Money for recruiting; suspension of the Canadian expedition.
MSA S 989-370, MdHR 4562-17  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Apr. 5.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (York Town) to GOV.
Supplies ordered from Mr. Morris.
MSA S 989-371, MdHR 4562-18  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Mar. 3.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (York Town) to GOV.
Continental bounty for recruiting; suspension of Canadian expedition.
MSA S 989-372, MdHR 4562-19  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Apr. 28.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (York Town).
Funds appropriated by Congress to MD.
MSA S 989-373, MdHR 4562-20  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Apr. 5.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (York Town) to GOV.
Promise to forward money; ratification of treaty of commerce and alliance with France.
MSA S 989-374, MdHR 4562-21  1 /6 /3 /39

1781, Mar. 30.
JOHNSON, THOMAS (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Location and troop encounters; movement of Fort Frederick prisoners.
MSA S 989-375, MdHR 4562-22  1 /6 /3 /39

1781, Apr. 17.
STONE, THOMAS (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Location of enemy vessels.
MSA S 989-376, MdHR 4562-23  1 /6 /3 /39

1782, Dec. 31.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing document.
MSA S 989-377, MdHR 4562-24  1 /6 /3 /39

1782, Dec. 31.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Mr. Oswald's commission; correspondence from the minister of France.
MSA S 989-378, MdHR 4562-25  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Mar. 23.
STONE, THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transmittal of the preliminary articles of peace.
MSA S 989-379, MdHR 4562-26  1 /6 /3 /39

1782?
*
Preliminary articles of peace.
MSA S 989-380, MdHR 4562-27  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Mar. 25.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Dispatch of information by Lafayette pertaining to preliminary articles of peace and strength of Frence troops.
MSA S 989-381, MdHR 4562-28  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Apr. 1.
LEE, THOMAS SIM; CARROLL, DANIEL; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Recall of American cruisers; acquisition of funds.
MSA S 989-382, MdHR 4562-29  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Apr. 12.
LEE, THOMAS SIM; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
End of hostilities; appointment of a British ambassador to the U.S.
MSA S 989-383, MdHR 4562-30  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, May. 6.
CARROLL, DANIEL; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia).
Return of prisoners; orders from the British ministry.
MSA S 989-384, MdHR 4562-31  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, May. 13.
CARROLL, DANIEL; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Withdrawal of the British from NY; controversy over the return of Negroes to their former masters
MSA S 989-385, MdHR 4563-32  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Oct. 21.
*
Resolution pertaining to the sites chosen for meetings of Congress.
MSA S 989-386, MdHR 4562-33  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Nov. 1.
CARROLL, DANIEL; MCHENRY, JAMES (Princeton) to GOV.
Signing of the peace treaty; election of a president.
MSA S 989-387, MdHR 4562-34  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Oct. 23.
CARROLL, DANIEL; MCHENRY, JAMES (Princeton) to GOV.
Erection of the federal city near Georgetown.
MSA S 989-388, MdHR 4562-35  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Nov. 3.
CARROLL, DANIEL; MCHENRY, JAMES (Princeton).
Location of congressional meetings; adjournment proceedings.
MSA S 989-389, MdHR 4562-36  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Aug. 9.
MCHENRY, JAMES (Princeton) to GOV.
Public buildings for the use of Congress and housing for congressmen in AN.
MSA S 989-390, MdHR 4562-37  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Oct. 11.
MCHENRY, JAMES (Princeton) to GOV.
Evacuation by the British; debate concerning the location of Congress.
MSA S 989-391, MdHR 4562-38  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Aug. 2.
MCHENRY, JAMES (Princeton) to GOV.
Ratification of a commercial treaty with Sweden; possibility of Congress moving back to Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-392, MdHR 4562-39  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Jul. 26.
MCHENRY, JAMES (Princeton) to GOV.
Forwarding congressional journals.
MSA S 989-393, MdHR 4562-40  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Jan. 28.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Communication with the minister of France.
MSA S 989-394, MdHR 4562-41  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Jan. 7.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Promise to communicate with the minister of France.
MSA S 989-395, MdHR 4562-42  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Feb. 25.
CARROLL, DANIEL; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing intelligence from Europe.
MSA S 989-396, MdHR 4562-43  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Mar. 3.
CARROLL, DANIEL; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Procurement of supplies requested.
MSA S 989-397, MdHR 4562-44  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Mar. 11.
LEE, THOMAS SIM; CARROLL, DANIEL; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Packets remaining at NY; settlement of a bill.
MSA S 989-398, MdHR 4562-46  1 /6 /3 /39

1783, Mar. 12.
CARROLL, DANIEL; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Progress of treaty negotiations among the European powers.
MSA S 989-399, MdHR 4562-47  1 /6 /3 /39

1784, Mar. 15.
MCHENRY, JAMES (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Lack of attendance by the delegates.
MSA S 989-400, MdHR 4562-48  1 /6 /3 /39

1785, Oct. 3.
HINDMAN, WILLIAM (NY).
Requisition of supplies; delegate attendance.
MSA S 989-401, MdHR 4562-49  1 /6 /3 /39

1785, Mar. 28.
HINDMAN, WILLIAM (NY).
Representation in Congress; committee reports.
MSA S 989-402, MdHR 4562-50  1 /6 /3 /39

1785, Apr. 18.
HINDMAN, WILLIAM (NY) to GOV.
Progress of congressional Committee on Land; inquiries about AN society.
MSA S 989-403, MdHR 4562-51  1 /6 /3 /39

1785, Feb. 11.
MCHENRY, JAMES; HINDMAN, WILLIAM (NY).
Selection of commissioners; congressional proceedings.
MSA S 989-404, MdHR 4562-52  1 /6 /3 /39

1784?
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to locating and building the federal city.
MSA S 989-405, MdHR 4562-53  1 /6 /3 /39

1785?
DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Ordinances pertaining to erection of a federal city.
MSA S 989-406, MdHR 4562-54  1 /6 /3 /39

1785, Mar. 30.
HINDMAN, WILLIAM (NY).
Congressional proceedings pertaining to duties and imposts.
MSA S 989-407, MdHR 4562-55  1 /6 /3 /39

1785, Jul. 27.
MCHENRY, JAMES; HINDMAN, WILLIAM (NY) to GOV.
Request for a copy of legislative action pertaining to procurement of supplies and clothing.
MSA S 989-408, MdHR 4562-56  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Jan. 23.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS et al. (AN).
Forwarding letters received by Gov. Robert Eden.
MSA S 989-409, MdHR 4562-57  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Jan. 28.
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Fortification of BC and AN; need for arms and ammunition.
MSA S 989-410, MdHR 4562-58  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Feb. 8.
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Procurement of arms; printing the new emission; forwarding depositions sent by Samuel Purviance.
MSA S 989-411, MdHR 4562-59  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Feb. 8.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY (VA).
Defense preparations; readiness of the ship "Defence"; procurement of arms.
MSA S 989-412, MdHR 4562-60  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
* to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY (Philadelphia).
Manufacture of saltpeter.
MSA S 989-413, MdHR 4562-61  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Collection of gold and silver coins, request for Continental money, purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-414, MdHR 4562-62  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Feb. 11.
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Issuance of orders to the minutemen.
MSA S 989-415, MdHR 4562-63  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
*
Notation pertaining to the defense of BC.
MSA S 989-416, MdHR 4562-64  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
TILGHMAN, JAMES to CARROLL, CHARLES, BARRISTER.
Request that a draft be drawn and sent to the Council for signature.
MSA S 989-417, MdHR 4562-65  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Feb. 25.
*
Procurement of a passport to Lord Dunmore for Alexander Ross.
MSA S 989-418, MdHR 4562-66  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Mar. 8.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY (VA).
Permit for Alexander Ross to travel to VA.
MSA S 989-419, MdHR 4562-67  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Mar. 7.
* to COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (BA).
Location of vessels; forwarding intelligence to the commander of the "Defence".
MSA S 989-420, MdHR 4562-68  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Feb. 1.
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Request for guns and supplies.
MSA S 989-421, MdHR 4562-69  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
CHASE, SAMUEL to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information on prices and supplies.
MSA S 989-422, MdHR 4562-70  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Mar. 8.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY (VA).
Enemy fleet movements in the Chesapeake Bay.
MSA S 989-423, MdHR 4562-71  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Mar. 10.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to EDEN, ROBERT, Gov.
Actions of Capt. Squire during the burning of a vessel.
MSA S 989-424, MdHR 4562-72  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
*
Naval engagement; arrival of powder at Bladensburg.
MSA S 989-425, MdHR 4562-73  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Movements of Lord Dunmore's fleet; condition of the newly enlisted men.
MSA S 989-426, MdHR 4562-74  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Apr. 5.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Contract to supply powder; request for tents; ship movements
MSA S 989-427, MdHR 4562-75  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
* to EDEN, ROBERT.
Request for the return of servants aboard enemy ships.
MSA S 989-428, MdHR 4562-76  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Apr. 18.
PACA, WILLIAM to EDEN, ROBERT, Gov.
Approbation of his conduct; hope for reconcilliation with England.
MSA S 989-429, MdHR 4562-77  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Alexander Ross's request for a passport; correspondence of Robert Eden.
MSA S 989-430, MdHR 4562-78  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Apr. 18.
* to HANCOCK JOHN, Pres. Congress.
Departure of Robert Eden; controversy with VA.
MSA S 989-431, MdHR 4562-79  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
*
Ownership and condemnation of a vessel.
MSA S 989-432, MdHR 4562-80  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Inquiry about gondolas; enemy entrenchments on Gwynn Island; capture of a Spanish ship.
MSA S 989-433, MdHR 4562-81  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
*
Expected departure of Gov. Eden; militia defense.
MSA S 989-434, MdHR 4562-82  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Jun. 9.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
Convening of the Convention in AN.
MSA S 989-435, MdHR 4562-84  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
*
Relationship between Gov. Eden and the new Convention.
MSA S 989-436, MdHR 4562-85  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Seizure of Gov. Eden's papers, dispute with VA Committee of Safety.
MSA S 989-437, MdHR 4562-86  1 /6 /3 /39

1776, Apr. 22.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Justification of their conduct toward Gov. Eden.
MSA S 989-438, MdHR 4562-87  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
* to HANCOCK, JOHN.
Arrest and transfer of Alexander Ross and his papers.
MSA S 989-439, MdHR 4562-88  1 /6 /3 /39

1776?
* to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Transfer of Alexander Ross; delay of the Convention meeting.
MSA S 989-440, MdHR 4562-89  1 /6 /3 /39

1777.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY to PLATER, GEORGE et al.
Instructions to congressional delegates.
MSA S 989-441, MdHR 4562-90  1 /6 /3 /39

1778, Apr. 23.
CARROLL, CHARLES, OF CARROLLTON.
Congressional reaction to a speech by Lord North and two bills drafted by Parliament; status of world affairs.
MSA S 989-442, MdHR 4563-01  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Jan. 30.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia).
Purchase of Indian land; currency exchange; military affairs in the South.
MSA S 989-443, MdHR 4563-02  1 /6 /3 /40

1775?
*
Pay list of the American navy.
MSA S 989-444, MdHR 4563-03  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, May. 11.
PLATER, GEORGE et al. (Philadelphia).
Military funding and supplies.
MSA S 989-445, MdHR 4563-04  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, May. 7.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen.; FORD, BENJAMIN, Lt. Col.
Enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-446, MdHR 4563-05  1 /6 /3 /40

1779?
MAXWELL, WILLIAM, Gen.; FORD, BENJAMIN, Col. to WASHINGTON, GEORGE.
Enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-447, MdHR 4563-06  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Jul. 20.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Proceedings of Congress; receipt of foreign intelligence.
MSA S 989-448, MdHR 4563-07  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Oct. 25.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
State of the economy; peace negotiations with the Indians.
MSA S 989-449, MdHR 4563-08  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Oct. 5.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to recommend Billy Stewart to Congress.
MSA S 989-450, MdHR 4563-09  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Jun. 30.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enemy movements within the Southern colonies.
MSA S 989-451, MdHR 4563-10  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, May. 11.
CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Financial status of the treasury; French support for America; Washington's need for troops.
MSA S 989-452, MdHR 4563-11  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Mar. 30.
PLATER, GEORGE; HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Receipt of correspondence and information on the Commissary's Department forthcoming.
MSA S 989-453, MdHR 4563-12  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Apr. 20.
HENRY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Financial actions of the congressional delegates; purchase of flour.
MSA S 989-454, MdHR 4563-13  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Apr. 6.
PLATER, GEORGE et al. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Military intelligence; damages sustained by citizens from Georgia troops.
MSA S 989-455, MdHR 4563-14  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Apr. 2.
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Requirements for flour contribution.
MSA S 989-456, MdHR 4563-15  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Mar. 16.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Proceedings of Congress.
MSA S 989-457, MdHR 4563-16  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Mar. 9.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Military events and news from other colonies; request for a passport for James Gilchirst.
MSA S 989-458, MdHR 4563-17  1 /6 /3 /40

1776, Jun. 14.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop encounters at Charles Town and Kings Ferry; concern over financial speculation.
MSA S 989-459, MdHR 4563-18  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, May. 19.
CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM; HENRY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transmittal of money from the treasury.
MSA S 989-460, MdHR 4563-19  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Jun. 1.
PLATER, GEORGE et al. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Method of granting commissions; military encounter; Brig. Gen. Mordecai Gist to take command of MD militia.
MSA S 989-461, MdHR 4563-20  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Apr. 30.
CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Warrants to the treasury; collection of flour; speculation that France and Spain will continue to support the war effort.
MSA S 989-462, MdHR 4563-21  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Apr. 16.
ADAMS, SAMUEL; LOVELL, JAMES; HOLTEN, SAMUEL, Delegates in Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Asking for compliance with a congressional resolution concerning need for bread in MA.
MSA S 989-463, MdHR 4563-22  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Apr. 14.
CONGRESS.
Resolution recommending the exportation of grain to MA.
MSA S 989-464, MdHR 4563-23  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Jun. 29.
HENRY, JOHN; JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Controversy concerning Capt. John Nicholson's testimony; activities at Charles Town; disposal of powder.
MSA S 989-465, MdHR 4563-24  1 /6 /3 /40

1778, Nov. 13.
BROWN, JOHN, Sec. Marine Committee.
Exoneration of Capt. John Nicholson in the loss of the sloop "Hornet" .
MSA S 989-466, MdHR 4563-25  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Jun. 8.
PLATER, GEORGE et al. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Congressional provisions for the distribution of clothing to officers and recruits.
MSA S 989-467, MdHR 4563-26  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, May. 10.
PLATER, GEORGE; HENRY, JOHN; JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Promise for delivery of funds to purchase flour.
MSA S 989-468, MdHR 4563-27  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Oct. 4.
PACA, WILLIAM; FORBES, JAMES; JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Question over ownership of guns; exportation of wheat to VA.
MSA S 989-469, MdHR 4563-28  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Dec. 29.
PLATER, GEORGE; FORBES, JAMES (Philadelphia).
Supposition about enemy vessels; troop embarkations; aid for Maj. Lee.
MSA S 989-470, MdHR 4563-29  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Dec. 23.
LEE, HENRY, JR. (Monmouth) to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Application for help to acquire the full allowance for MD troops.
MSA S 989-471, MdHR 4563-30  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Dec. 21.
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Gen. (Morris Town).
Inability to provide money and clothing to all MD officers.
MSA S 989-472, MdHR 4563-31  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Jan. 29.
PACA, WILLIAM; HENRY, JOHN, JR.; CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM to GOV.
Appropriation of money by Congress.
MSA S 989-473, MdHR 4563-32  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Feb. 2.
PACA, WILLIAM; CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM; HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia).
Request to assist the commissary general of purchases; allocation of MD's flour quota.
MSA S 989-474, MdHR 4563-33  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Sep. 9.
VAN DYKE, NICHOLAS et al. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Provisions for supplying the army with flour; expected arrival of Count Charles D'Estaing.
MSA S 989-475, MdHR 4563-34  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Feb. 9.
PACA, WILLIAM; HENRY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for a meeting of the General Assembly; MD's quota of provisions.
MSA S 989-476, MdHR 4563-35  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Feb. 9.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia).
Receipt of correspondence; forthcoming military accounts and intelligence reports.
MSA S 989-477, MdHR 4563-36  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Sep. 25.
PACA, WILLIAM; FORBES, JAMES; JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop embarkments in NY; proposed bill to lift PA embargo.
MSA S 989-478, MdHR 4563-37  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Sep. 8.
LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM, Gov. (Baskenridge).
Recommendation for the issuing of a passport to James Tagart.
MSA S 989-479, MdHR 4563-38  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Aug. 30.
TAGART, JAMES (NY) to LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM.
Request for assistance in obtaining a passport.
MSA S 989-480, MdHR 4563-39  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Sep. 20.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (West Point).
Intelligence report; enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-481, MdHR 4563-40  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Sep. 24.
FOX, EDWARD (Arch Street) to FORBES, JAMES (Congress).
Just returned from captivity in NY; intelligence that British are preparing to leave that city for VA.
MSA S 989-482, MdHR 4563-41  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Sep. 26.
PACA, WILLIAM et al. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Counterfeiting of U.S. currency.
MSA S 989-483, MdHR 4563-42  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Sep. 9.
MILLIKEN, MARK (Cumberland, York Cty.).
Deposition pertaining to the counterfeiting of U.S. currency.
MSA S 989-484, MdHR 4563-43  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Feb. 23.
HENRY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop movements; ship arrivals; prizes taken.
MSA S 989-485, MdHR 4563-44  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Mar. 2.
PLATER, GEORGE et al. (Philadelphia) to SENATE PRESIDENT; HOUSE SPEAKER.
European intelligence report; troop engagement at Elizabeth Town.
MSA S 989-486, MdHR 4563-45  1 /6 /3 /40

1783, Mar. 8.
LEE, THOMAS SIM; CARROLL, DANIEL; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Forwarding the provisional treaty; discontent in the army; need for funds.
MSA S 989-487, MdHR 4563-45  1 /6 /3 /40

1776, Jul. 23.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Frederick) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Peter Hanson for an officer's commission.
MSA S 989-488, MdHR 4563-46  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Sep. 20.
LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM, Gov. (Trenton) to JAY, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia).
Referral of James Tagart's request for a passport.
MSA S 989-489, MdHR 4563-47  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Feb. 6.
MERCER, JAMES (St. James).
Enemy ship movements; procurement of slaves.
MSA S 989-490, MdHR 4563-48  1 /6 /3 /40

1778, Apr. 21.
CARROLL, CHARLES, OF CARROLLTON (York) to GOV.
Insurrection at Jordon's Island; request for extra militia troops; events in Europe.
MSA S 989-491, MdHR 4563-49  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Mar. 13.
HANSON, JOHN; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for transmittal of allowance.
MSA S 989-492, MdHR 4563-50  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Apr. 2.
HANSON, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for additional funds to compensate for fluctuating exchange rate; Gen. Lafayette's information about the British fleet; troop casualties.
MSA S 989-493, MdHR 4563-51  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Feb. 24.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Military action in NC; location of Gen. Greene.
MSA S 989-494, MdHR 4563-52  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Mar. 7.
PLATER, GEROGE; FORBES, JAMES (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Reaction to the seizure of French flour.
MSA S 989-495, MdHR 4563-53  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Mar. 27.
HANSON, JOHN; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Emission of new bills of credit.
MSA S 989-496, MdHR 4563-54  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Mar. 20.
BARRON, JAMES (Hampton) to JEFFERSON, THOMAS.
Arrival of enemy vessels.
MSA S 989-497, MdHR 4563-55  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Mar. 21.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Richmond) to PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
Enemy troop movements in NC and the Chesapeake Bay.
MSA S 989-498, MdHR 4563-55  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Apr. 10.
HANSON, JOHN; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Possible availability of artillery; request for further instructions concerning money and paper.
MSA S 989-499, MdHR 4563-56  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Feb. 20.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Loss of Capt. Paul Jones's; vessel carrying supplies; presentation of a bill empowering the delegates to consent to the Articles of Confederation.
MSA S 989-500, MdHR 4563-57  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Feb. 17.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
British plan to seize a port in the Cheaspeake; congressional plan for the removal of Convention troops.
MSA S 989-501, MdHR 4563-58  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Feb. 13.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Arrival of news from Europe and information about the French fleet.
MSA S 989-502, MdHR 4563-59  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, May. 9.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Discontent over the war and congressional activities; troop movements in NY.
MSA S 989-503, MdHR 4563-60  1 /6 /3 /40

1778, Feb. 14.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (York Town).
Proceedings of Congress; troop movements; critical state of the army; possibility of Franklin's assassination.
MSA S 989-504, MdHR 4563-61  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Sep. 5.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Lack of provisions for the army; plates for a new emission; location of the British fleet.
MSA S 989-505, MdHR 4563-62  1 /6 /3 /40

1778?
*
Information pertaining to the replacement of Gen. Howe by Gen. Clinton.
MSA S 989-506, MdHR 4563-63  1 /6 /3 /40

1778, Apr. 20.
CHASE, SAMUEL (York Town).
Copy of a letter from Yorktown pertaining to the parliamentary bill providing for new taxation of the colonies; insurrectionist activities; loss of the "Randolph Frigate" .
MSA S 989-507, MdHR 4563-64  1 /6 /3 /40

1778, Apr. 21.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Yorktown) to GOV.
Introduction of parliamentary bills; Lord North's proposal.
MSA S 989-508, MdHR 4563-65  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Aug. 1.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL; POTTS, RICHARD (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Fulfillment of orders for cloth and arms.
MSA S 989-509, MdHR 4563-66  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jun. 13.
CONGRESS.
Recommendation that the states settle their accounts with the hospital and medical departments.
MSA S 989-510, MdHR 4563-67  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Feb. 1.
PLATER, GEORGE (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop engagements near Elizabeth Town.
MSA S 989-511, MdHR 4563-68  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Jun. 8.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop movements; debt accumulation.
MSA S 989-512, MdHR 4563-69  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Mar. 13.
HOWLY, RICHARD (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Grant of a Major's brevet commission to Edward Giles.
MSA S 989-513, MdHR 4563-70  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Apr. 4.
PLATER, GEORGE, (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Forwarding a letter.
MSA S 989-514, MdHR 4563-71  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, May. 24.
* (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Contributions to the war effort; command of the militia; repair of arms; increased speculation; murder of French subjects.
MSA S 989-515, MdHR 4563-72  1 /6 /3 /40

1779?
*
Depreciation of money and high prices.
MSA S 989-516, MdHR 4563-73  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jun. 12.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Payment for supplies and debts with tobacco and flour.
MSA S 989-517, MdHR 4563-74  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jun. 15.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Resolution to pay officers in the hospital and medical departments in the same manner as officers of the line.
MSA S 989-518, MdHR 4563-75  1 /6 /3 /40

1779, Jul. 2.
PACA, WILLIAM to GOV.
Recommendation of Mr. Chambers as a deputy to the clothier general.
MSA S 989-519, MdHR 4563-76  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Mar. 20.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Comparison of the strength of the French and British fleets.
MSA S 989-520, MdHR 4563-78  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Mar. 20.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop movements; referral to Congress of governor's letter pertaining to the artillery.
MSA S 989-521, MdHR 4563-79  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Apr. 24.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Obtaining artillery for the E.S.; extract of a letter from Gen. Washington; troop movements.
MSA S 989-522, MdHR 4563-80  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, May. 5.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Rate of exchange for the old Continental money.
MSA S 989-523, MdHR 4563-81  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, May. 8.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Account of clothing provided for the Southern Army and Lafayette's troops.
MSA S 989-524, MdHR 4563-82  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, May. 12.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Sailing of vessels from France.
MSA S 989-525, MdHR 4563-83  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, May. 15.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Effect of depreciation rate on paper money.
MSA S 989-526, MdHR 4563-84  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, May. 19.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Rejection of application for providing prisoners at Charles Town with supplies; possibility of sending tobacco to Charlestown and NY.
MSA S 989-527, MdHR 4563-85  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, May. 30.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Lafayette's description of Cornwallis's troops; arrival of British fleet at Hampton.
MSA S 989-528, MdHR 4563-86  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, May. 31.
CONGRESS.
Recommendation for the raising of troops to strengthen the Continental Line.
MSA S 989-529, MdHR 4563-87  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jun. 3.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Feasibility of a nonsecured loan.
MSA S 989-530, MdHR 4563-88  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Oct. 10.
PLATER, GEORGE; HENRY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to STONE, JOHN H. (AN).
Continuation of the PA embargo on the importaion of provisions.
MSA S 989-531, MdHR 4563-89  1 /6 /3 /40

1780?
PLATER, GEORGE; HANSON, JOHN to GOV.
Affirmation that the Board of War will act on their request pertaining to the cattle at Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-532, MdHR 4563-90  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Oct. 16.
HANSON, JOHN; JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Exchange of prisoners; paroles forwarded to Elizabethtown.
MSA S 989-533, MdHR 4563-91  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Dec. 4.
HANSON, JOHN; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Enclosure of a message from the minister of France.
MSA S 989-534, MdHR 4563-92  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Oct. 13.
CARROLL, DANIEL; HANSON, JOHN (Philadelphia).
Forwarding dispatches from Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-535, MdHR 4563-93  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Oct. 4.
*
Enemy naval and troop movements.
MSA S 989-536, MdHR 4563-94  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Oct. 7.
HEATH, WILLIAM (Head Quarters, Continental Village).
Intelligence report pertaining to troop movements.
MSA S 989-537, MdHR 4563-95  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Feb. 23.
PLATER, GEORGE; FORBES, JAMES (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Permission to draw on the Continental treasury for officer's clothing.
MSA S 989-538, MdHR 4563-96  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Jan. 5.
PLATER, GEORGE; FORBES, JAMES (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a letter from Maj. Lee; troop movement.
MSA S 989-539, MdHR 4563-97  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Sep. 22.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; HANSON, JOHN; HENRY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Resolution by Congress recommending that MD provide cattle for the army.
MSA S 989-540, MdHR 4563-98  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Sep. 26.
PLATER, GEORGE et al. (Philadelphia).
Distribution, quantity, and quality of clothing; promotion of William Smallwood to major general; location of the French fleet.
MSA S 989-541, MdHR 4563-99  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Sep. 26.
PLATER, GEORGE et al. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional resolutions.
MSA S 989-542, MdHR 4563-100  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Jun.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to reinforcements and money for the Southern Department
MSA S 989-543, MdHR 4563-101  1 /6 /3 /40

1780, Oct. 3.
PLATER, GEORGE; HENRY, JOHN; HANSON, JOHN (Philadelphia).
Distribution of clothing and supplies.
MSA S 989-544, MdHR 4563-102  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Aug. 18.
CARROLL, DANIEL; JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Sale of tobacco; importaion of salt.
MSA S 989-545, MdHR 4563-103  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Aug. 7.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Distribution of arms and field pieces by the Board of War; troop movements.
MSA S 989-546, MdHR 4563-104  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jul. 30.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (Headquarters, Dobbs Ferry).
Troop movements and arrival of the fleet.
MSA S 989-547, MdHR 4563-105  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jul. 26.
LAFAYETTE, MARIE-JOSEPH, Marquis de (Malvern Hill).
Embarkation of troops; speculation on destination of the enemy.
MSA S 989-548, MdHR 4563-105  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Aug. 3.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Forwarding excerpts from letters of George Washington and Marquis de Lafayette concerning troop movements.
MSA S 989-549, MdHR 4563-105  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jul. 3.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL; POTTS, RICHARD, Deputies in Congress (Philadelphia)
Shipment of arms to BC.
MSA S 989-550, MdHR 4563-106  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jun. 26.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL; POTTS, RICHARD, Deputies in Congress (Philadlephia)
Delegate support; Lafayette's troop movements; shipment of arms.
MSA S 989-551, MdHR 4563-107  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jun. 12.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL, Deputies in Congress (Philadelphia).
Removal of Convention troops from MD and VA; sale of flour.
MSA S 989-552, MdHR 4563-108  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jun. 11.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to SENATE PRESIDENT; HOUSE SPEAKER.
Enclosure of a letter from Gen. Washington.
MSA S 989-553, MdHR 4563-109  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jun. 7.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (New Windsor) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelph
Troop movements; request for artillery and men; shipment of arms to the South.
MSA S 989-554, MdHR 4563-110  1 /6 /3 /40

1781, Jun. 4.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS; CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Release from posting personal security for repair of arms; promise of arms for MD and VA; request for funds.
MSA S 989-555, MdHR 4563-111  1 /6 /3 /40

1776, Jan. 8.
CONGRESS.
Order to raise troops and send powder to VA.
MSA S 989-556, MdHR 4564-01  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Jan. 20.
CONGRESS.
Resolution to collect gold and silver coins for the support of the Canadian expedition.
MSA S 989-557, MdHR 4564-02  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Jan. 27.
CONGRESS.
Resolution permitting Monsieur Juge to export cattle and supplies.
MSA S 989-558, MdHR 4564-03  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Feb. 4.
COMMITTEE OF SAFETY (NY) to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Arrival of Gen. Clinton.
MSA S 989-559, MdHR 4564-04  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Mar. 14.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to the confiscation of Loyalists' firearms; provision for raising troops.
MSA S 989-560, MdHR 4564-05  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, May. 7.
DUANE, JAMES, Chm. (Treasury Office, Philadelphia) to CONVENTION.
Request for a census.
MSA S 989-561, MdHR 4564-06  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Jun. 1-4.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to the raising of troops; provisions for the evacuation of supplies in areas of immediate danger and manufacturing of lead.
MSA S 989-562, MdHR 4564-07  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Jun. 19-26.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to supplies for the troops; definition of persons guilty of treason.
MSA S 989-563, MdHR 4564-08  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jan. 22.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to appoint subalternate military officers; resolution pertaining to reinforcements for Gen. Washington.
MSA S 989-564, MdHR 4564-09  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Dec. 20.
CONGRESS.
Resolution to provide clothing and supplies to the army.
MSA S 989-565, MdHR 4564-10  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Nov. 1.
CONGRESS.
Resolution designating a day of thanksgiving.
MSA S 989-566, MdHR 4564-11  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Oct. 14.
CONGRESS.
Resolution concerning the seizure of British ships.
MSA S 989-567, MdHR 4564-12  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Dec. 26.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional proceedings.
MSA S 989-568, MdHR 4564-13  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Dec. 23.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to SPEAKER, HOUSE OF DELEGATES (AN).
Resolution to prevent private gain from the war effort.
MSA S 989-569, MdHR 4564-14  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jan. 14.
CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Provision to prevent the depreciation of money.
MSA S 989-570, MdHR 4564-15  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jan. 14.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (BC) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing resolution concerning the depreciation of Continental currency.
MSA S 989-571, MdHR 4564-16  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jan. 9.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (BC) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing resolution concerning the recruiting service.
MSA S 989-572, MdHR 4564-17  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jan. 19.
CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Resolution to provide salted meat for the army.
MSA S 989-573, MdHR 4564-18  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Aug. 23.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution pertaining to state defense.
MSA S 989-574, MdHR 4564-19  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Feb. 17.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for the removal of supplies from the E.S.
MSA S 989-575, MdHR 4564-20  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Feb. 17.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for compliance with congressional resolution pertaining to removal of provisions.
MSA S 989-576, MdHR 4564-21  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Feb. 11.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request that MD be fully and constantly represented in Congress.
MSA S 989-577, MdHR 4564-22  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jun. 21.
CONGRESS.
Request for militia to join Gen. Washington.
MSA S 989-578, MdHR 4564-23  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Feb. 20.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (BC).
Measures to prevent the depreciation of currency by regulating prices.
MSA S 989-579, MdHR 4564-24  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Mar. 31.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE (Morris Town).
Possibility of enemy troop movements into the Chesapeake.
MSA S 989-580, MdHR 4564-25  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Apr. 2.
HANCOCK, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request that measures be taken to prevent British invasion of MD.
MSA S 989-581, MdHR 4564-26  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jun. 13.
CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Recommendation encouraging the manufacture of salt.
MSA S 989-582, MdHR 4564-27  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jun. 14.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to the exportation of goods to NY.
MSA S 989-583, MdHR 4564-28  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jun. 17.
CONGRESS.
Resolution referring Thomas Rutherford's petition to the governor.
MSA S 989-584, MdHR 4564-29  1 /6 /3 /41

1780, Mar. 11.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres.
Proclamation declaring a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer.
MSA S 989-585, MdHR 4564-29  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jul. 31.
HANCOCK, JOHN (Philadelphia).
Enemy fleet movements; possible invasion of MD or PA.
MSA S 989-586, MdHR 4564-30  1 /6 /3 /41

1780, Mar. 18-21.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution concerning discharge of debt through taxation; withdrawal from circulation of currency; appointment of officers.
MSA S 989-587, MdHR 4564-30  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jul. 31.
CONGRESS.
Resolution alerting troops in NJ, PA, DE, and MD.
MSA S 989-588, MdHR 4564-31  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Aug. 22.
CONGRESS.
Provisions for calling up the militia.
MSA S 989-589, MdHR 4564-32  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Sep. 10.
CONGRESS.
Resolution concerning interest due on European loans.
MSA S 989-590, MdHR 4564-33  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Oct. 10.
CONGRESS.
Account and remittance for damages done by the 4th GA Regt.: See 4564/35.
MSA S 989-591, MdHR 4564-34  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Oct. 5.
CONGRESS.
Wounds received by officers.
MSA S 989-592, MdHR 4564-36  1 /6 /3 /41

1777?
*
Account of British casualties and wounded.
MSA S 989-593, MdHR 4564-37  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Oct. 8.
CONGRESS.
Congratulations to Gen. Washington's army after victory at Germantown.
MSA S 989-594, MdHR 4564-38  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Oct. 6.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to prisoners of war and sabotage of naval vessels.
MSA S 989-595, MdHR 4564-39  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Oct. 7.
MIFFLIN, JOHN (Trenton).
Intelligence report from Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-596, MdHR 4564-40  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Nov. 15.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to CONVENTION.
British fleet has left NY, perhaps for SC.
MSA S 989-597, MdHR 4564-41  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Nov. 12.
GREENE, NATHANAEL (Fort Lee) to HANCOCK, JOHN.
Enemy troop movements in NY.
MSA S 989-598, MdHR 4564-42  1 /6 /3 /41

1775, Nov. 22.
CONGRESS.
Exportation of grain to Bermuda.
MSA S 989-599, MdHR 4564-43  1 /6 /3 /41

1775, Nov. 4-11.
CONGRESS.
Proceedings of Congress pertaining to arms, deserters, troop transportation, and tobacco warehouses.
MSA S 989-600, MdHR 4564-44  1 /6 /3 /41

1775, Nov. 1.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to exports.
MSA S 989-601, MdHR 4564-45  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, May. 7.
TREASURY BOARD (Philadelphia).
Resolution recommending that a census be taken.
MSA S 989-602, MdHR 4564-46  1 /6 /3 /41

1775, Nov. 25-1776, Jan. 2.
CONGRESS.
Proceedings of Congress pertaining to captured enemy cargo and vessels, bill of credit, provisions, and debt collections.
MSA S 989-603, MdHR 4564-47  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Oct. 12.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to CONVENTION.
Enclosing resolutions concerning supplies and increases in army pay.
MSA S 989-604, MdHR 4564-48  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Oct. 30.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions concerning pay and bounties for soldiers.
MSA S 989-605, MdHR 4564-49  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Nov. 4.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia).
Congressional opinion pertaining to land granted as enlistment bounty.
MSA S 989-606, MdHR 4564-50  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Oct. 2.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia).
Request for full representation in Congress.
MSA S 989-607, MdHR 4564-51  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Oct. 1.
CONGRESS.
Resolution requesting full representation in Congress.
MSA S 989-608, MdHR 4564-52  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Sep. 24.
HANCOCK, JOHN (Philadelphia) to CONVENTION.
Enclosing resolution pertaining to army enlistments.
MSA S 989-609, MdHR 4564-53  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Sep. 16-19.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to recruiting, commissions, and pay for the army.
MSA S 989-610, MdHR 4564-54  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Dec. 9.
CONGRESS.
Request that reinforcements be sent to Gen. Washington.
MSA S 989-611, MdHR 4564-55  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Sep. 3.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia).
Request that reinforcements be sent to NY.
MSA S 989-612, MdHR 4564-56  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Sep. 3.
CONGRESS.
Request that reinforcements be sent to NY.
MSA S 989-613, MdHR 4564-57  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Nov. 19.
CONGRESS.
Request to safeguard military stores and ammunition.
MSA S 989-614, MdHR 4564-58  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Nov. 23.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to financing the war.
MSA S 989-615, MdHR 4564-59  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Nov. 20.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia).
Enclosing congressional resolutions concerning supplies for the army.
MSA S 989-616, MdHR 4564-60  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Dec. 30.
HANCOCK, JOHN (BA) to CONVENTION.
Request to fill enlistment quotas.
MSA S 989-617, MdHR 4564-61  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Jun. 25.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to CONVENTION.
Enclosing congressional resolutions concerning the prevention of insurrections.
MSA S 989-618, MdHR 4564-62  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Jun. 24.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to treasonous activities.
MSA S 989-619, MdHR 4564-63  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Jun. 29.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to CONVENTION.
Enclosing resolution pertaining to raising additional troops.
MSA S 989-620, MdHR 4564-64  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Dec. 28.
CONGRESS.
Resolution requesting supplies for the wounded in BA.
MSA S 989-621, MdHR 4564-65  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Jun. 27.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution requesting additional men from MD and PA.
MSA S 989-622, MdHR 4564-66  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Dec. 31.
CONGRESS.
Resolution ordering Gen. William Smallwood to enlist recruits in MD.
MSA S 989-623, MdHR 4564-67  1 /6 /3 /41

1776, Dec. 27.
CONGRESS.
Resolution granting powers to Gen. Washington; troop movements.
MSA S 989-624, MdHR 4564-68  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, Jan. 31.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress (BA) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing a copy of the Declaration of Independence.
MSA S 989-625, MdHR 4564-69  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, May. 6.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for an escort to transport congressional money to Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-626, MdHR 4564-70  1 /6 /3 /41

1777, May. 10.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. of Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional resolution concerning the appointment of a superintendent of the public press in BC.
MSA S 989-627, MdHR 4564-71  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Apr. 19.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to congressional representation.
MSA S 989-628, MdHR 4564-72  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Jan. 1.
THOMSON, CHARLES (AN) to GOV.
Congressional absenteeism.
MSA S 989-629, MdHR 4564-73  1 /6 /3 /41

1781, Nov. 11.
THOMSON, CHARLES (Trenton) to GOV.
Request for attendance of delegates to ratify the Articles of Confederation.
MSA S 989-630, MdHR 4564-74  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Jul. 27.
COMMITTEE OF CONGRESS.
Resolution concerning compliance with congressional resolutions.
MSA S 989-631, MdHR 4564-75  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Apr. 1.
MIFFLIN, THOMAS (AN) to GOV.
Financial problems of the Confederation.
MSA S 989-632, MdHR 4564-76  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Feb. 20.
MIFFLIN, THOMAS (AN) to GOV.
Failure of delegates to attend Congress.
MSA S 989-633, MdHR 4564-77  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Feb. 7-9.
THOMSON, CHARLES.
Congressional attendance record.
MSA S 989-634, MdHR 4564-78  1 /6 /3 /41

1783, Feb. 21.
CONGRESS.
Resolution recommending that DE, MD, and GA send delegates to Congress.
MSA S 989-635, MdHR 4564-79  1 /6 /3 /41

1783, Feb. 24.
BOUDINAT, ELIAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a congressional resolution.
MSA S 989-636, MdHR 4564-80  1 /6 /3 /41

1783, Nov. 3.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for payment of officers and soldiers.
MSA S 989-637, MdHR 4564-81  1 /6 /3 /41

1785, May. 27.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to settlement of accounts due officers and soldiers.
MSA S 989-638, MdHR 4564-82  1 /6 /3 /41

1785, May. 31.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing congressional acts concerning payment of soldiers.
MSA S 989-639, MdHR 4564-83  1 /6 /3 /41

1784?
*
Articles of Confederation and General Assembly laws pertaining to congressional representation.
MSA S 989-640, MdHR 4564-84  1 /6 /3 /41

1784?
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Provisions for discharge of the federal debt.
MSA S 989-641, MdHR 4564-85  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Mar. 23.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for the appointment of congressional delegates.
MSA S 989-642, MdHR 4564-86  1 /6 /3 /41

1784?
*
Apportionment of money among the states.
MSA S 989-643, MdHR 4564-87  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Mar. 19-1785, Mar. 15.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to a treaty with the Indians.
MSA S 989-644, MdHR 4564-88  1 /6 /3 /41

1785, Mar. 24.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing congressional acts concerning peace treaty with the Southern Indians.
MSA S 989-645, MdHR 4564-89  1 /6 /3 /41

1785, Mar. 17.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for payment of claims against the U.S.
MSA S 989-646, MdHR 4564-90  1 /6 /3 /41

1785, Mar. 18.
THOMSON, CHARLES to GOV.
Enclosing a congressional resolution concerning the settlement of claims against the U.S.
MSA S 989-647, MdHR 4564-91  1 /6 /3 /41

1789, Apr. 6.
CARROLL, DANIEL; SMITH, WILLIAM; GALE, GEORGE (New York) to GOV.
Request for a list of naval districts and officers and for a copy of Hanson's "Laws" .
MSA S 989-648, MdHR 4564-92  1 /6 /3 /41

1789, May. 9.
GERRY, ELBRIDGE; SMITH, WILLIAM; PARKER, JOSIAH (New York) to GOV.
Request for documents pertaining to commerce and revenue.
MSA S 989-649, MdHR 4564-93  1 /6 /3 /41

1789, Oct. 13.
BECKLEY, JOHN (New York).
Transmittal of journal of the House of Representatives.
MSA S 989-650, MdHR 4564-94  1 /6 /3 /41

1789, Mar. 18.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Transmittal of congressional journals.
MSA S 989-651, MdHR 4564-95  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Jun. 1.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to the settling of military accounts.
MSA S 989-652, MdHR 4564-96  1 /6 /3 /41

1785, Apr. 13.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for the settlement of military accounts by the state.
MSA S 989-653, MdHR 4564-97  1 /6 /3 /41

1785, Apr. 15.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing congressional resolutions concerning the settlement of claims agains the U.S.
MSA S 989-654, MdHR 4564-98  1 /6 /3 /41

1789, Jun. 21.
HENRY, JOHN et al. (NY) to GOV.
Procedures for the payment of money due the states from the U.S.
MSA S 989-655, MdHR 4564-99  1 /6 /3 /41

1788, Nov. 4.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Transmittal of congressional journals.
MSA S 989-656, MdHR 4564-100  1 /6 /3 /41

1785, Feb. 26.
THOMSON, CHARLES (New York) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution concerning fraudulent certificates.
MSA S 989-657, MdHR 4564-101  1 /6 /3 /41

1789, May. 4.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution recognizing Phineas Bond as British consul.
MSA S 989-658, MdHR 4564-102  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Apr. 28.
READ, JACOB (AN) to CLAYTON, Mr., Sec. to Gov.
Request to transmit notice of a meeting to the governor.
MSA S 989-659, MdHR 4564-103  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Sep. 27.
THOMSON, CHARLES (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transmittal of congressional records.
MSA S 989-660, MdHR 4564-104  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Nov. 30.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. (Trenton) to GOV.
Election of Richard Henry Lee as president of Congress.
MSA S 989-661, MdHR 4564-105  1 /6 /3 /41

1785, Feb. 2.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution concerning counterfeit certificates.
MSA S 989-662, MdHR 4564-106  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, May. 29.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing a reward for the capture of the Chevalier de Longchamps.
MSA S 989-663, MdHR 4564-107  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, May. 31.
MIFFLIN, THOMAS (AN) to GOV.
Transmittal of a congressional act; capture of the Chevalier de Longchamps.
MSA S 989-664, MdHR 4564-108  1 /6 /3 /41

1784, Jul. 26.
COMMITTEE OF CONGRESS.
Resolution for the return of public property used by the military.
MSA S 989-665, MdHR 4564-109  1 /6 /3 /41

1781, Mar. 21.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Proclamation recommending a day of prayer.
MSA S 989-666, MdHR 4565-01  1 /6 /3 /42

1781, Mar. 4.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to assist in the transfer of prisoners.
MSA S 989-667, MdHR 4565-02  1 /6 /3 /42

1781, Mar. 3.
CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Order for the transfer of Convention prisoners.
MSA S 989-668, MdHR 4565-03  1 /6 /3 /42

1781, Jun. 1.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Offer by Austria and Russia to mediate peace negotiations.
MSA S 989-669, MdHR 4565-04  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 9.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to comply with requisition recommendations.
MSA S 989-670, MdHR 4565-05  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 4.
CONGRESS (Philadelphia) to STATE.
Establishment of state quotas for provisions.
MSA S 989-671, MdHR 4565-06  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 10.
CONGRESS (Philadelphia) to STATE.
Resolution concerning issuance of commissions, clearances, and letters of marque and reprisals.
MSA S 989-672, MdHR 4565-07  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 13.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Proposal to deter British impersonation of American officers and seamen.
MSA S 989-673, MdHR 4565-08  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 14.
CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Imposition of capital punishment for those supplying provisions to the enemy.
MSA S 989-674, MdHR 4565-09  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 7.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (Head Quarters, Prackness).
Need for flour.
MSA S 989-675, MdHR 4565-10  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 16.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to send grain quota to the army; providing provisions to the enemy.
MSA S 989-676, MdHR 4565-11  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 14.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (Head Quarters, Passaic Falls) to PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
Movement of Adm. George Rodney's fleet southward.
MSA S 989-677, MdHR 4565-12  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 17.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing Gen. Washington's letter.
MSA S 989-678, MdHR 4565-13  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Nov. 30.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution for supplying provisions to the Southern Army.
MSA S 989-679, MdHR 4565-14  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Dec. 4.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Procedure for supplying provisions.
MSA S 989-680, MdHR 4565-15  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Dec. 15.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (New Windsor) to CONGRESS.
Reinforcements sought by the British; need for enlistments in the Continental Army; neutrality of Holland and Portugal.
MSA S 989-681, MdHR 4565-16  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Sep. 15.
LEWIS, FRANCIS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to return a bill drawn by Maxwell & Loyell of Suffolk, VA; violation of embargo; British troop and fleet locations.
MSA S 989-682, MdHR 4565-17  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Dec. 22.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution pertaining to recruiting, enlistments, and supplying provisions and money.
MSA S 989-683, MdHR 4565-18  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 17.
*
British plans to move against NC and VA; Clinton's request for reinforcements or permission to return home.
MSA S 989-684, MdHR 4565-19  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Dec. 22.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Necessity of compliance with the act of Congress pertaining to supply quotas.
MSA S 989-685, MdHR 4565-20  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jan. 14.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution pertaining to privileges and immunities of French citizens.
MSA S 989-686, MdHR 4565-21  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jan. 13.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution pertaining to exchange of prisoners.
MSA S 989-687, MdHR 4565-22  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jan. 18.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Exchange of prisoners; privileges and immunities for the French.
MSA S 989-688, MdHR 4565-23  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Feb. 1.
THOMSON, CHARLES (Secretary's Office) to GOV.
Transmittal of congressional journals.
MSA S 989-689, MdHR 4565-24  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Feb. 25.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Allocation of supply quotas.
MSA S 989-690, MdHR 4565-25  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Feb. 26.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadlephia) to GOV.
Establishment of state supply quotas.
MSA S 989-691, MdHR 4565-26  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Mar. 11.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution pertaining to replacement of flour borrowed from John Holker.
MSA S 989-692, MdHR 4565-27  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Mar. 11.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to deliver flour to John Holker, agent for the French Royal Marine.
MSA S 989-693, MdHR 4565-28  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Mar. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Concerning taxation and currency.
MSA S 989-694, MdHR 4565-31  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Apr. 15.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution allotting credit to the states that supply clothing to medical officers.
MSA S 989-695, MdHR 4565-32  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Apr. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Allocation of credit to states that supply clothing to medical officers.
MSA S 989-696, MdHR 4565-33  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, May. 19.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to send delegates to Congress.
MSA S 989-697, MdHR 4565-34  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Apr. 24.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to fulfill supply quotas.
MSA S 989-698, MdHR 4565-35  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, May. 19.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution allocating currency quotas to be paid into the Continental treasury.
MSA S 989-699, MdHR 4565-36  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, May. 19.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Impending arrival of French troops; necessity for collection of taxes.
MSA S 989-700, MdHR 4565-37  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, May. 26-27.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution concerning the payment of taxes with overdue notes and certificates, outfitting of ships, and punishment for deserters.
MSA S 989-701, MdHR 4565-38  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, May.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Payment of taxes with overdue notes and certificates; equipping the naval force for sea duty.
MSA S 989-702, MdHR 4565-39  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 1.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution to credit states for overpayment of provision quotas.
MSA S 989-703, MdHR 4565-40  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 3.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Credit to states for overpayment of provisions.
MSA S 989-704, MdHR 4565-41  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 5.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Request to appoint citizens as lookouts for the arrival of the French fleet.
MSA S 989-705, MdHR 4565-42  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 6.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to issue orders for compliance with a congressional resolve.
MSA S 989-706, MdHR 4565-43  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 20.
THOMSON, CHARLES (Secretary's Office) to GOV.
Issuance of commissions to privately owned armed vessels by the Board of Admiralty.
MSA S 989-707, MdHR 4565-44  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 17.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Request for information on action taken to comply with previously issued resolutions.
MSA S 989-708, MdHR 4565-45  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 21.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for information on action taken to comply with previously issued resolutions.
MSA S 989-709, MdHR 4565-46  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 15.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. to GOV.
Necessity of cooperation between Congress and the states in providing supplies and acting upon resolves.
MSA S 989-710, MdHR 4565-47  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 21.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Request for compliance with allocated quotas of men and supplies to assist the French forces.
MSA S 989-711, MdHR 4565-48  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 22-23.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for information on action taken concerning quotas of money, men, and supplies; impending arrival of the French fleet.
MSA S 989-712, MdHR 4565-49  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 20.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (Springfield) to CONGRESS.
Impending arrival of French troops; request for information pertaining to action taken by states to provide supplies; need for clothing.
MSA S 989-713, MdHR 4565-50  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 23.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Order that an extract of Gen. Washington's letter be sent by express to each state.
MSA S 989-714, MdHR 4565-51  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 29.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Order that warrants be drawn on state treasuries for money and the remainder of assessment quotas.
MSA S 989-715, MdHR 4565-52  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jun. 29.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Urgency of fulfilling state quotas.
MSA S 989-716, MdHR 4565-53  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jul. 7.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution pertaining to the purchase of flour by a French agent.
MSA S 989-717, MdHR 4565-54  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jul. 8.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Purchase of flour by the French agent to supply Spanish troops in the West Indies.
MSA S 989-718, MdHR 4565-55  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jul. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Authorization to hire wagons.
MSA S 989-719, MdHR 4565-56  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jul. 25.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution authorizing payment for the hire of wagons.
MSA S 989-720, MdHR 4565-57  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 17.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM, Comsy. Gen. Provisions (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Lack of provisions for the troops; request for funds.
MSA S 989-721, MdHR 4565-58  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 24.
CONGRESS.
Order to maintain an account of provisions; request for cattle.
MSA S 989-722, MdHR 4565-59  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 26.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution concerning the accounts of the commissary general.
MSA S 989-723, MdHR 4565-60  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 25.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution concerning clothing for the troops.
MSA S 989-724, MdHR 4565-61  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 30.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Appointment of Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene to command the Southern Army.
MSA S 989-725, MdHR 4565-62  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 31.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Appointment of Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene to command the Southern Army.
MSA S 989-726, MdHR 4565-63  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 25.
CONGRESS.
Order that a warrant be drawn on Thomas Harwood, Commissioner of the Continental Loan Office, for funds to transport troops southward.
MSA S 989-727, MdHR 4565-64  1 /6 /3 /42

1779, Dec. 14.
HARRISON, NATHANIEL; HARRISON, BENJAMIN (VA) to CONGRESS.
Protest against interference of Congress in petitions pertaining to the Indiana & Vandalia Co.
MSA S 989-728, MdHR 4565-65  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Mar. 7.
HARPER, ROBERT, Dep. Sec. State (NY).
Act regarding boundaries of NY; support for Articles of Confederation.
MSA S 989-729, MdHR 4565-66  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Dec. 15.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Witholding approval of the Articles of Confederation until settlement of the western land controversy.
MSA S 989-730, MdHR 4565-67  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Dec. 15.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY to PLATER, GEORGE et al., Deputies in Congress.
Instructions pertaining to ratification of the Articles of Confederation.
MSA S 989-731, MdHR 4565-68  1 /6 /3 /42

1780?
GENERAL ASSEMBLY to JOHNSON, THOMAS et al., Deputies in Congress.
Instructions concerning ratification of the Articles of Confederation.
MSA S 989-732, MdHR 4565-69  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 6.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution requesting legislatures to cede western lands to the U.S.
MSA S 989-733, MdHR 4565-70  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 10.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Ratification of the Articles of Confederation and cession of western lands.
MSA S 989-734, MdHR 4565-71  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 8-11.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolutions ordering states to provide troops and supplies for the Southern Army.
MSA S 989-735, MdHR 4565-72  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 12.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Order to supply provisions for the Southern Army.
MSA S 989-736, MdHR 4565-73  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 20.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to troop movements and supplying provisions and arms.
MSA S 989-737, MdHR 4565-74  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop movements and supplying of arms and provisions.
MSA S 989-738, MdHR 4565-75  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 18.
GREEN, NATHANAEL, Maj. Gen. (Headquarters, Bergen Cty.) to HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL.
Arrival of Adm. George Rodney's fleet at Sandy Hook; offer of asylum to VA and MD Loyalists by Henry Clinton.
MSA S 989-739, MdHR 4565-76  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Intelligence information communicated by Gen. Greene concerning British troop movements.
MSA S 989-740, MdHR 4565-77  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 21.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Request for additional quantities of cattle for the army.
MSA S 989-741, MdHR 4565-78  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 23.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Resolution requesting an additional quantity of cattle for the army.
MSA S 989-742, MdHR 4565-79  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 29.
CONGRESS.
Request for states to provide financial support for their delegates.
MSA S 989-743, MdHR 4565-80  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 3.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Financial support of congressional delegates.
MSA S 989-744, MdHR 4565-81  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 10.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to disposal of Western lands.
MSA S 989-745, MdHR 4565-82  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 7.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Order to fulfill the quota.
MSA S 989-746, MdHR 4565-83  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Proclamation recommending a day of prayer and thanksgiving.
MSA S 989-747, MdHR 4565-84  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Aug. 7.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Reasons Congress cannot provide ships for the defense of the Chesapeake Bay.
MSA S 989-748, MdHR 4565-85  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Aug. 10.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Denial of request for protection of the Cheasapeake Bay.
MSA S 989-749, MdHR 4565-86  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Aug. 26.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution concerning Continental finances, taxes, debts, and depreciation of currency.
MSA S 989-750, MdHR 4565-87  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Aug. 25.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution establishing military rank of governors.
MSA S 989-751, MdHR 4565-88  1 /6 /3 /42

1780.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Establishment of military rank of governors.
MSA S 989-752, MdHR 4565-89  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Aug. 26.
*
Resolution pertaining to Continental finances and withdrawal of bills of credit.
MSA S 989-753, MdHR 4565-90  1 /6 /3 /42

1779, Oct. 7.
* to STATE.
Account of money due from the states.
MSA S 989-754, MdHR 4565-91  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Sep. 3.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Continental finances, taxes, and debts.
MSA S 989-755, MdHR 4565-92  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jul. 27.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Order that commissions, bonds, and instructions for private armed vessels be issued and controlled by the office of the secretary of Congress.
MSA S 989-756, MdHR 4565-93  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Jul. 28.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Concerning issuance of commissions, bonds, and instructions.
MSA S 989-757, MdHR 4565-94  1 /6 /3 /42

1780, Oct. 17.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (Passaic Falls) to PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
British fleet movement and arms.
MSA S 989-758, MdHR 4565-95  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Feb. 18.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution concerning prisoners and appointment of a commissary of purchases.
MSA S 989-759, MdHR 4565-96  1 /6 /3 /42

1778.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. (Yorktown) to GOV.
Guarding of prisoners at Fort Frederick; organization of the department of the army.
MSA S 989-760, MdHR 4565-97  1 /6 /3 /42

1777, Dec.
* to STATE.
Allocation of troop quotas.
MSA S 989-761, MdHR 4565-98  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Feb. 26.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Exchange of prisoners; settlement of accounts for provisions supplied to prisoners.
MSA S 989-762, MdHR 4565-99  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Feb. 26.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution concerning draftees for the Continental Army.
MSA S 989-763, MdHR 4565-100  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 1.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Continental troop quotas; accounting for provisions supplied to prisoners.
MSA S 989-764, MdHR 4565-101  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 7.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. to STATE.
Resolution recommending a day of prayer, fasting, and humiliation.
MSA S 989-765, MdHR 4565-102  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 9.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Resolution recommending a day of prayer, fasting, and humiliation.
MSA S 989-766, MdHR 4565-103  1 /6 /3 /42

1777, Dec. 31.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution ordering states to suspend filling regimental vacancies.
MSA S 989-767, MdHR 4565-104  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Jan. 1.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution ordering states to suspend filling regimental vacancies.
MSA S 989-768, MdHR 4565-105  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Dec. 10.
CONGRESS to GOV.
Election of John Jay as president of Congress.
MSA S 989-769, MdHR 4565-106  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 12.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution recommending that three delegates from each state attend Congress.
MSA S 989-770, MdHR 4565-107  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 11.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Resolution pertaining to reimbursement of expenses incurred for suspending or removing officers for misconduct.
MSA S 989-771, MdHR 4565-108  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 14.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional resolves.
MSA S 989-772, MdHR 4565-109  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 16.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Request copies of acts passed by the legislature in response to congressional directives.
MSA S 989-773, MdHR 4565-110  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 19.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution requesting acts passed by the legislature in accordance with congressional directives.
MSA S 989-774, MdHR 4565-111  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 19.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Request for troops and military equipment.
MSA S 989-775, MdHR 4565-112  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Mar. 31.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Resolution requesting troops and equipment.
MSA S 989-776, MdHR 4565-113  1 /6 /3 /42

1778, Apr. 15.
PATTERSON, SAMUEL (Dover) to SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Gen.
Insurrection near Chester River allegedly led by China Clow.
MSA S 989-777, MdHR 4566-01  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Apr. 14.
POPE, CHARLES (Georgetown) to SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Gen.
Request for men and arms to defeat insurrectionists led by China Clow.
MSA S 989-778, MdHR 4566-02  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Apr. 17.
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM (Wilmington) to LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress.
Escape of prisoners; suppression of an insurrection; enclosing parliamentary acts designed to quell American rebellion.
MSA S 989-779, MdHR 4566-03  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Apr. 23.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution to raise militia to suppress the insurrection on the E.S.
MSA S 989-780, MdHR 4566-04  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Apr. 24.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Letters and congressional resolutions pertaining to the militia.
MSA S 989-781, MdHR 4566-05  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Oct. 2.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution to extend the embargo on provisions.
MSA S 989-782, MdHR 4566-06  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Oct. 4.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Resolution of Congress extending the embargo on provisions.
MSA S 989-783, MdHR 4566-07  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Oct. 16.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to STATE.
Resolution to prevent the distribution of seditious documents.
MSA S 989-784, MdHR 4566-08  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Oct. 12.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution recommending morality.
MSA S 989-785, MdHR 4566-09  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Oct. 13.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing congressional resolutions for encouraging true religion and good morals.
MSA S 989-786, MdHR 4566-10  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Oct. 16.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing resolution for preventing the distribution of seditious papers.
MSA S 989-787, MdHR 4566-10  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Oct. 5.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution to exchange bills of credit for Continental currency.
MSA S 989-788, MdHR 4566-11  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Oct. 7.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to STATE.
Addition to the resolution for continuing the embargo.
MSA S 989-789, MdHR 4566-12  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Oct. 7.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Addition to the resolution concerning the embargo; resolution regulating exchange of Continental bills for local money.
MSA S 989-790, MdHR 4566-13  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Sep. 11.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution to prevent citizens from eluding the embargo on provisions.
MSA S 989-791, MdHR 4566-14  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Apr. 24.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution for transporting provisions across the Bay.
MSA S 989-792, MdHR 4566-15  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Apr. 27.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Enclosing resolutions concerning transporting provisions across the Bay and granting pardons.
MSA S 989-793, MdHR 4566-16  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, May. 1.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution to grant military exemptions.
MSA S 989-794, MdHR 4566-17  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, May. 5.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing resolution recommending exemption from militia duty for persons manufacturing military stores.
MSA S 989-795, MdHR 4566-18  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, May. 8.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Publication of portions of the Treaty of Paris.
MSA S 989-796, MdHR 4566-19  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, May. 11.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress. (Yorktown) to GOV.
Enclosing copies of a congressional address and a proclamation concerning American seamen.
MSA S 989-797, MdHR 4566-20  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, May. 26.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Resolution disqualifying British deserters from the militia.
MSA S 989-798, MdHR 4566-21  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jun. 8.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution placing an embargo on provisions.
MSA S 989-799, MdHR 4566-22  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jun. 4.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution suspending regulation of prices.
MSA S 989-800, MdHR 4566-23  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jun. 8.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress.
Urgent request to ship provisions for the army.
MSA S 989-801, MdHR 4566-24  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jun. 13.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing an addition to a congressional resolution concerning the embargo.
MSA S 989-802, MdHR 4566-25  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jun. 9.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Congressional resolutions concerning the army, price regulations, and an embargo on certain provisions.
MSA S 989-803, MdHR 4566-26  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jun. 10.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Request to supply troop quota and enforce embargo on provisions.
MSA S 989-804, MdHR 4566-27  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jun. 17.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution to discontinue correspondence with British citizens.
MSA S 989-805, MdHR 4566-28  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jun. 20.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing congressional resolution to cease all correspondence with the enemy.
MSA S 989-806, MdHR 4566-29  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jul. 9.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Expected arrival in the Chesapeake of the French minister and fleet.
MSA S 989-807, MdHR 4566-30  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jul. 10.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Request to ratify the Articles of Confederation.
MSA S 989-808, MdHR 4566-31  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Sep. 2.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Congressional resolution allowing transportation of provisions.
MSA S 989-809, MdHR 4566-32  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Sep. 5.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Exportation of vegetables.
MSA S 989-810, MdHR 4566-33  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Nov. 5.
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR; SCUDDER, NATHANIEL; WHIPPLE, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for ships to transport flour eastward.
MSA S 989-811, MdHR 4566-34  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Nov. 10.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Congressional resolution creating a committee to superintend the commissary and quartermaster departments.
MSA S 989-812, MdHR 4566-35  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Nov. 10.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution to supply men and ships to blockade East Florida.
MSA S 989-813, MdHR 4566-36  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Nov. 14.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing resolution relating to securing MD and VA galleys for expedition against East Florida.
MSA S 989-814, MdHR 4566-37  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Nov. 11.
SCUDDER, NATHANIEL; MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR; WHIPPLE, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Recommendation to enact price regulation to stop speculation.
MSA S 989-815, MdHR 4566-38  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Nov. 10.
SCUDDER, NATHANIEL; MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR; WHIPPLE, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for an account of provisions produced and consumed.
MSA S 989-816, MdHR 4566-39  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Nov. 11.
SCUDDER, NATHANIEL; MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR; WHIPPLE, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Suggestion for the prohibition of manufacturing spirits and for distribution of seized spirits to the army.
MSA S 989-817, MdHR 4566-40  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jan. 12.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution for seizure of a salt shipment in BC belonging to a Loyalist.
MSA S 989-818, MdHR 4566-41  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jan. 12.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing resolution concerning salt on ship owned by a Loyalist.
MSA S 989-819, MdHR 4566-42  1 /6 /3 /43

1777, Dec. 29.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution concerning the arrest and confinement of Loyalists.
MSA S 989-820, MdHR 4566-43  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jan. 8.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to STATE.
Resolution to suspend the embarkation of Gen. Burgoyne pending ratification of the Convention of Saratoga by Great Britain.
MSA S 989-821, MdHR 4566-44  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jan. 17.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing resolution concerning embarkation of Gen. Burgoyne.
MSA S 989-822, MdHR 4566-45  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jan. 15.
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM, Comsy. Purchases (Yorktown).
Plans for transporting supplies by wagon from NC to the head of Chesapeake.
MSA S 989-823, MdHR 4566-46  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jan. 24.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution to thank Gov. Thomas Johnson for purchasing salt.
MSA S 989-824, MdHR 4566-47  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jan. 19.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution for governors to facilitate the transportation of provisions.
MSA S 989-825, MdHR 4566-48  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Jan. 24.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing resolutions thanking governor for salt.
MSA S 989-826, MdHR 4566-49  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Feb. 3.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution concerning retaliation against the enemy.
MSA S 989-827, MdHR 4566-50  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Feb. 9.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution concerning suspension of officers for misconduct and payment of debts due the U.S.
MSA S 989-828, MdHR 4566-51  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Feb. 10.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Yorktown) to GOV.
Enclosing resolutions relating to qualifications for congressional appointments and for preventing misconduct of Continental officers.
MSA S 989-829, MdHR 4566-52  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Nov. 17.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress to STATE.
Proclamation designation a day of thanksgiving.
MSA S 989-830, MdHR 4566-53  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Nov. 30.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Resolution pertaining to forage acquisition.
MSA S 989-831, MdHR 4566-54  1 /6 /3 /43

1778, Dec. 2.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolutions relating to the army and securing forage.
MSA S 989-832, MdHR 4566-55  1 /6 /3 /43

1779, Jul. 13.
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to transport flour to William Smith in BC.
MSA S 989-833, MdHR 4566-56  1 /6 /3 /43

1779, Aug. 17.
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Contradictions and mistakes about provisions.
MSA S 989-834, MdHR 4566-57  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Aug. 2.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM, Comsy. Gen. Purchases (Pecks Kiln) to BOARD OF WAR (Philadelphia)
Acquisition and consumption of provisions.
MSA S 989-835, MdHR 4566-58  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Mar. 26.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Request for assistance in the removal of Convention troops.
MSA S 989-836, MdHR 4566-59  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Feb. 17.
WAR OFFICE to STATE.
List of MD officers and privates, 15 Mar. 1779.
MSA S 989-837, MdHR 4566-60  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Feb. 17.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to STATE.
Certification of military enrollments.
MSA S 989-838, MdHR 4566-61  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Feb. 23.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War. Off. to GOV.
Accuracy of the enrollment list of the Additional and Independent Corps.
MSA S 989-839, MdHR 4566-62  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Mar. 7.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Request for flour for the army.
MSA S 989-840, MdHR 4566-63  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Jul. 28.
GRAYSON, WILLIAM (War Office) to GOV.
Use of furnaces owned by Loyalists to make ammunition.
MSA S 989-841, MdHR 4566-64  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Jul. 28.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Request for powder.
MSA S 989-842, MdHR 4566-65  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Jul. 17.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Responsibility for providing support of soldiers'families.
MSA S 989-843, MdHR 4566-66  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Aug. 9.
GRAYSON, WILLIAM (War Office) to GOV.
Availability of powder.
MSA S 989-844, MdHR 4566-67  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Jul. 4.
LEE, CHARLES, Sec. (Treasury Office) to GOV.
Authorization and transmittal of new bills.
MSA S 989-845, MdHR 4566-68  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, May. 24.
GIBSON, JOHN, Pres. Treasury Off. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transmittal of bills of exchange.
MSA S 989-846, MdHR 4566-69  1 /6 /3 /43

1777, Nov. 22-1780, Apr. 12.
U.S. to STATE.
Account for taxes.
MSA S 989-847, MdHR 4566-70  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Apr. 15.
GIBSON, JOHN, Pres. Treasury Off. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a tax account.
MSA S 989-848, MdHR 4566-71  1 /6 /3 /43

1779, Apr. 22.
NICOLA, LEWIS, Col. (War Office) to STATE.
List of men and officers in the MD Invalid Regt.
MSA S 989-849, MdHR 4566-72  1 /6 /3 /43

1779, Apr. 22.
SCULL, PETER, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Enclosing a list of troops.
MSA S 989-850, MdHR 4566-73  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Nov. 15.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Office to GOV.
Request for an account of provisions.
MSA S 989-851, MdHR 4566-74  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Oct. 17.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Request for MD to direct the marching route of its troops.
MSA S 989-852, MdHR 4566-75  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Nov. 29.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Forwarding a wounded soldier's petition.
MSA S 989-853, MdHR 4566-76  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Sep. 15.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Issuance of regimental officers' promotions.
MSA S 989-854, MdHR 4566-77  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Mar. 19.
CARLETON, JOSEPH, Paymaster (War Office).
Account of payments made to soldiers for clothing deficiencies.
MSA S 989-855, MdHR 4566-78  1 /6 /3 /43

1779, Aug. 16.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution to pay troops for clothing deficiencies.
MSA S 989-856, MdHR 4566-79  1 /6 /3 /43

1779?
*
Estimates of army clothing costs for 1778.
MSA S 989-857, MdHR 4566-80  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Mar. 13.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to CHASE, SAMUEL, Pres. Council.
Payment of soldiers for clothing deficiencies.
MSA S 989-858, MdHR 4566-81  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Sep. 26.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Supplying clothing for the military; expected arrival of Capt. John Paul Jones.
MSA S 989-859, MdHR 4566-82  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Oct. 21.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off.
Request for information concerning enemy troop movements in NY.
MSA S 989-860, MdHR 4566-83  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Oct. 17.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (Passaic Falls).
Enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-861, MdHR 4566-83  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Oct. 21.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War. Off. to GOV.
Request for information pertaining to troop movements; shipment of tents and clothing.
MSA S 989-862, MdHR 4566-84  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Aug. 15.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Request for an account of provisions.
MSA S 989-863, MdHR 4566-85  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Sep. 20.
BOND, GEORGE, Dep. Sec. Congress.
Resolution ordering VA and MD troops to march.
MSA S 989-864, MdHR 4566-86  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Sep. 21.
STODDERT. BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to REGIMENTAL COMMANDING OFFICER (AN).
Order to march troops southward.
MSA S 989-865, MdHR 4566-87  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Sep. 21.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Movement of troops southward.
MSA S 989-866, MdHR 4566-88  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Apr. 11-May. 23.
BOND, GEORGE, Dep. Sec. Congress.
Resolutions pertaining to supplying provisions for French troops.
MSA S 989-867, MdHR 4566-89  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, May. 30.
GRAYSON, WILLIAM (War Office) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution directing that arrears in supplies due from MD be paid to France.
MSA S 989-868, MdHR 4566-90  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Apr. 30.
GRAYSON, WILLIAM (War Office) to GOV.
Request for powder and lead for Baron von Steuben's troops.
MSA S 989-869, MdHR 4566-91  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Mar. 24.
WAR OFFICE to WOOD, JAMES, Col.
Treatment, confinement, and transfer of British and German prisoners.
MSA S 989-870, MdHR 4566-92  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Apr. 23.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Resolution for the removal of stores and provisions from Delaware and Chesapeake Bay areas.
MSA S 989-871, MdHR 4566-93  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Apr. 25.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to COUNCIL (E.S.).
Removal of stores and provisions from Delaware and Chesapeake Bay areas.
MSA S 989-872, MdHR 4566-94  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Oct. 17.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Request to supply guard and provisions for prisoners at Frederick.
MSA S 989-873, MdHR 4566-95  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Feb. 13.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Issuance of officers'commissions.
MSA S 989-874, MdHR 4566-96  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Nov. 19.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Punishment of persons harboring escaped British prisoners.
MSA S 989-875, MdHR 4566-97  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Apr. 21.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Southward movement of troops.
MSA S 989-876, MdHR 4566-98  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Apr. 17.
WASHINTON, GEORGE, Gen.
Request for assistance for MD troops.
MSA S 989-877, MdHR 4566-99  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Apr. 13.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Request for assistance in moving and guarding provisions.
MSA S 989-878, MdHR 4566-100  1 /6 /3 /43

1780, Dec. 6.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Request to supply provisions.
MSA S 989-879, MdHR 4566-101  1 /6 /3 /43

1781, Jun. 9.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Movement of Convention troops.
MSA S 989-880, MdHR 4566-102  1 /6 /3 /43

1784, Jun. 23.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for a committee to solicit funds for citizens whose property has been confiscated by the enemy.
MSA S 989-881, MdHR 4567-01  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jul. 12.
CONGRESS.
Order to deliver all French seamen to the Count de Barras.
MSA S 989-882, MdHR 4567-02  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jul. 25.
MCKEAN, THOMAS, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution for procuring a loan for the citizens of SC and GA.
MSA S 989-883, MdHR 4567-03  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 26.
CONGRESS.
Resolution recommending the settlement of accounts for officers and soldiers in the Invalid Regt.
MSA S 989-884, MdHR 4567-04  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 24.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning the Invalid Regt.; troop movements.
MSA S 989-885, MdHR 4567-05  1 /6 /3 /44

1780, Jul. 18.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing letters and resolutions concerning exportation of flour to the Spanish West Indies.
MSA S 989-886, MdHR 4567-06  1 /6 /3 /44

1778, Apr. 28.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Manheim) to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS.
Cargo on board a stranded vessel.
MSA S 989-887, MdHR 4567-07  1 /6 /3 /44

1778, Aug. 12.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Philadelphia).
Inability to fulfill a contract for firearms.
MSA S 989-888, MdHR 4567-08  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jul. 10.
THOMSON, CHARLES to GOV.
Notification of Samuel Huntington's resignation; election of Thomas McKean as president of Congress.
MSA S 989-889, MdHR 4567-09  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 26.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. (Philadelphia).
Enclosing regulations pertaining to capture of vessels; granting of naval commissions.
MSA S 989-890, MdHR 4567-10  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 18.
CONGRESS.
Resolution abolishing state purchases of clothing on the Continental account.
MSA S 989-891, MdHR 4567-11  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 12.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to the raising of troops in PA and MD.
MSA S 989-892, MdHR 4567-12  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 14.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning raising a cavalry unit in MD for the Southern Army.
MSA S 989-893, MdHR 4567-13  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 2.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec.
Resolution pertaining to the interest paid on bills of credit.
MSA S 989-894, MdHR 4567-14  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 6.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning bills of credit.
MSA S 989-895, MdHR 4567-15  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 21.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transmittal of committee report concerning the national debt.
MSA S 989-896, MdHR 4567-16  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 18.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Committee report on the national debt and war finances.
MSA S 989-897, MdHR 4567-17  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, May. 31.
CONGRESS.
Recommendation for the raising of troops in DE, PA, and MD.
MSA S 989-898, MdHR 4567-18  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 2.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing intelligence reports.
MSA S 989-899, MdHR 4567-19  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jun. 2.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act pertaining to raising troops; news of the war from VA.
MSA S 989-900, MdHR 4567-20  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, May. 24.
CONGRESS.
Resolution praising the BC merchants for their loan and assuring congressional support for Lafayette.
MSA S 989-901, MdHR 4567-21  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, May. 28.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional resolution praising generosity of BC merchants.
MSA S 989-902, MdHR 4567-22  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, May. 22.
CONGRESS.
Resolution concerning liquidation of debts and status of the treasury.
MSA S 989-903, MdHR 4567-23  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, May. 24.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia).
Enclosing a committee report pertaining to financing the war.
MSA S 989-904, MdHR 4567-24  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, May. 17.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to port clearance for vessels.
MSA S 989-905, MdHR 4567-25  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, May. 19.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning clearances for vessels.
MSA S 989-906, MdHR 4567-26  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 29.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution pertaining to pay due to Col. Moses Hazen's Regt.
MSA S 989-907, MdHR 4567-27  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 20.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for the pay due to Col. Moses Hazen's Regt.
MSA S 989-908, MdHR 4567-28  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 23.
CONGRESS.
Resolution concerning the safety of supplies on the E.S.
MSA S 989-909, MdHR 4567-29  1 /6 /3 /44

1781?, Apr. 27.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Enemy troop embarkation.
MSA S 989-910, MdHR 4567-30  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 27.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Intelligence information; recommends safeguarding supplies.
MSA S 989-911, MdHR 4567-31  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for representation in Congress.
MSA S 989-912, MdHR 4567-32  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Mar. 30.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an ordinance pertaining to capture and condemnation of prizes.
MSA S 989-913, MdHR 4567-33  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 5.
LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM (Trenton) to HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. Congress.
Enemy troop embarkation from NY to DE.
MSA S 989-914, MdHR 4567-34  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 2.
FOREMAN, DAVID, Gen. (Freehold, NJ) to HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres.
Enemy troop movements toward the Delaware Bay.
MSA S 989-915, MdHR 4567-35  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 7.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing letters.
MSA S 989-916, MdHR 4567-36  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 8.
CONGRESS.
Order for the removal of public stores from the endangerd area of the Chesapeake Bay.
MSA S 989-917, MdHR 4567-37  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 9.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Congressional act ordering the safeguarding of public stores.
MSA S 989-918, MdHR 4567-38  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 5.
CONGRESS.
Ordinance establishing admiralty courts.
MSA S 989-919, MdHR 4567-39  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Apr. 19.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an ordinance pertaining to admiralty courts.
MSA S 989-920, MdHR 4567-40  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Mar. 16-23.
CONGRESS.
Resolution requisitioning funds for the army.
MSA S 989-921, MdHR 4567-41  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Mar. 23.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing acts pertaining to debt payment and bills of credit.
MSA S 989-922, MdHR 4567-42  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Mar. 24.
CONGRESS.
Resolution issuing money to Col. James Wood.
MSA S 989-923, MdHR 4567-43  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Mar. 26.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia).
Enclosing an act requesting MD to provide funds for Col. James Wood.
MSA S 989-924, MdHR 4567-44  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jan. 10.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR., Sec. Council to BOARD OF ADMIRALTY (Philadelphia).
Request for commissions.
MSA S 989-925, MdHR 4567-45  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Jan. 20.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. to JOHNSON, THOMAS, Sec. Council.
Procedures for requesting commissions.
MSA S 989-926, MdHR 4567-46  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Feb. 3.
CONGRESS.
Resolution imposing import duties to help pay the national debt.
MSA S 989-927, MdHR 4567-47  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Feb. 8.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution concerning import duties and the power of Congress to enact them.
MSA S 989-928, MdHR 4567-48  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Feb. 7.
CONGRESS.
Resolution granting Congress the power to levy duties.
MSA S 989-929, MdHR 4567-49  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Feb. 20.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to troop and supply quotas.
MSA S 989-930, MdHR 4567-50  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Feb. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution pertaining to troop quotas.
MSA S 989-931, MdHR 4567-51  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Feb. 26.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution pertaining to pay due Lt. Col. Uriah Forrest.
MSA S 989-932, MdHR 4567-52  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Mar. 1.
CONGRESS.
Ratification by MD of the Articles of Confederation.
MSA S 989-933, MdHR 4567-53  1 /6 /3 /44

1781, Mar. 2.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Ratification of the Articles of Confederation.
MSA S 989-934, MdHR 4567-54  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 7.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (Headquarters).
Extracts of letters from Gen. William Maxwell, Col. Benjamin Ford, and Gen. Philip Schuyler detailing enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-935, MdHR 4567-55  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 12.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transmittal of letter from Gen. Washington.
MSA S 989-936, MdHR 4567-56  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Apr. 14.
CONGRESS.
Resolution recommending the exportation of grain to MA.
MSA S 989-937, MdHR 4567-57  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Apr. 18.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning access to the enemy lines and the exportation of grain to MA.
MSA S 989-938, MdHR 4567-58  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Apr. 5.
CONGRESS.
Resolution determining the salary for regimental clothiers.
MSA S 989-939, MdHR 4567-59  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Apr. 7.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia).
Enclosing an act for regulating the clothing department and providing for pay for the clothing officers.
MSA S 989-940, MdHR 4567-60  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Mar. 22.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act declaring a day of fasting, humiliation, and prayer.
MSA S 989-941, MdHR 4567-61  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Mar. 12.
JAY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act concerning recruiting.
MSA S 989-942, MdHR 4567-62  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Mar. 9.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for the establishment of infantry battalions.
MSA S 989-943, MdHR 4567-63  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Feb. 26.
CONGRESS to GOV.
Resolution recommending that the "Hannah" be given a loading permit.
MSA S 989-944, MdHR 4567-64  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Mar. 3.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL; PURVIANCE, ROBERT (BC) to GOV.
Request to grant a loading permit to Capt. Joseph Malcolm.
MSA S 989-945, MdHR 4567-65  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Feb. 26.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to grain exportation and a loading permit for the "Hannah" .
MSA S 989-946, MdHR 4567-66  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Mar. 5.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia).
Enclosing an act concerning the distress of MA and RI for want of bread.
MSA S 989-947, MdHR 4567-67  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Feb. 2.
CONGRESS.
Order to send arms and gunpowder to SC.
MSA S 989-948, MdHR 4567-68  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Feb. 3.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning transportation of military stores.
MSA S 989-949, MdHR 4567-69  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jan. 15.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning use of MD galleys.
MSA S 989-950, MdHR 4567-70  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jan. 15.
CONGRESS.
Resolution setting aside the plan to use the MD and VA galleys.
MSA S 989-951, MdHR 4567-71  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jan. 5.
CONGRESS.
Allocation of state tax quotas.
MSA S 989-952, MdHR 4567-72  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jan. 1.
CONGRESS.
Resolution to adopt measures to detect counterfeit money.
MSA S 989-953, MdHR 4567-73  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jan. 10.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning finances.
MSA S 989-954, MdHR 4567-74  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 27.
LEE, HENRY, JR.
Embarkations of British fleet.
MSA S 989-955, MdHR 4567-75  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 26.
*
Extract of letter from Gen. Anthony Wayne.
MSA S 989-956, MdHR 4567-76  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 27.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE (Headquarters, Morris Town).
Troop movements and strength.
MSA S 989-957, MdHR 4567-77  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 30.
CONGRESS to GOV.
Enclosing intelligence.
MSA S 989-958, MdHR 4567-78  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 23.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec.
Enclosing blank commissions.
MSA S 989-959, MdHR 4567-79  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 17.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. to GOV.
Transmittal of congressional journals.
MSA S 989-960, MdHR 4567-80  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 15.
CONGRESS.
Resolve recommending the continuation of exportation embargoes.
MSA S 989-961, MdHR 4567-81  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 15.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional act regarding embargoes.
MSA S 989-962, MdHR 4567-82  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 11.
CONGRESS.
Request for supplies for the army.
MSA S 989-963, MdHR 4567-83  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 14.
CONGRESS.
Collection of supply quotas.
MSA S 989-964, MdHR 4567-84  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 18.
CONGRESS.
Request for flour.
MSA S 989-965, MdHR 4567-85  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Dec. 14.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Enclosing congressional acts regarding supply quotas.
MSA S 989-966, MdHR 4567-86  1 /6 /3 /44

1778, Mar. 16.
CONGRESS.
Request for transmittal of state legislation.
MSA S 989-967, MdHR 4567-87  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 19.
JAY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Lack of news from Congress.
MSA S 989-968, MdHR 4567-88  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Nov. 19.
CONGRESS.
Establishment of price controls.
MSA S 989-969, MdHR 4567-89  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Nov. 20.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec.
Sending congressional act and copy of proceedings; request for copy of MD Constitution and other state publications.
MSA S 989-970, MdHR 4567-90  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 18.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing relief for Bermuda.
MSA S 989-971, MdHR 4567-91  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 19.
JAY, JOHN (Philadelphia).
Enclosing a resolution concerning relief for Bermuda.
MSA S 989-972, MdHR 4567-92  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jul. 9.
CONGRESS.
Resolution requesting an investigation of the commissary general's department.
MSA S 989-973, MdHR 4567-93  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jul. 14.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act concerning the quartermaster or commissary departments in each state.
MSA S 989-974, MdHR 4567-94  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jul. 8.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act concerning a loan.
MSA S 989-975, MdHR 4567-95  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jul. 6.
CONGRESS to GOV.
Request that the "Defence" be given a permit to load provisions for the French fleet.
MSA S 989-976, MdHR 4567-96  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jul. 7.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act relating to the "Defence" .
MSA S 989-977, MdHR 4567-97  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jun. 11.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. (Smith's Cove) to CONGRESS.
Enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-978, MdHR 4567-98  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jun. 28.
CONGRESS.
Resolution encouraging states to expedite recruitment.
MSA S 989-979, MdHR 4567-99  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jun. 29.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Extract of a letter from Gen. Washington; enclosing act for encouraging recruitment of troops.
MSA S 989-980, MdHR 4567-100  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jun. 22.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to preventing plundering of Long Island by the enemy.
MSA S 989-981, MdHR 4567-101  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jun. 24.
JAY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act relating to plundering on Long Island.
MSA S 989-982, MdHR 4567-102  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jun. 14.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec.
Resolution empowering the quartermaster general to pay for the services of a wagon driver.
MSA S 989-983, MdHR 4567-103  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jun. 14.
CONGRESS.
Resolution exempting all wagon drivers from militia duty.
MSA S 989-984, MdHR 4567-104  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jun. 16.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing acts relating to wagon drivers.
MSA S 989-985, MdHR 4567-105  1 /6 /3 /44

1778?
CONGRESS.
Establishment and pay of engineering companies.
MSA S 989-986, MdHR 4567-106  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 22.
CONGRESS.
Transmittal of resolution concerning capture on the high seas.
MSA S 989-987, MdHR 4567-107  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 22.
CONGRESS.
Provision for the exchange of prisoners held at Niagara.
MSA S 989-988, MdHR 4567-108  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 25.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia).
Enclosing acts concerning admiralty jurisdiction, exchange of prisoners held by Indians, and status of captured officers.
MSA S 989-989, MdHR 4567-109  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 21.
CONGRESS.
Esstablishment of state quotas to be paid into the treasury.
MSA S 989-990, MdHR 4567-110  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, May. 22.
JAY, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act calling for state contributions of funds.
MSA S 989-991, MdHR 4567-111  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Sep. 6.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. to GOV.
Transmittal of commissions and instructions for armed vessels.
MSA S 989-992, MdHR 4567-112  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Aug. 12.
CONGRESS.
Resolution relinquishing the bond and withdrawing the commission of John Douglass.
MSA S 989-993, MdHR 4567-113  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Aug. 14.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enemy troop reinforcements.
MSA S 989-994, MdHR 4567-114  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jul. 23.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions to preservation of U.S. buildings and property.
MSA S 989-995, MdHR 4567-115  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jul. 23.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to the commissary of hides.
MSA S 989-996, MdHR 4567-116  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Jul. 28.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing acts pertaining to the hide department and to the preservation of U.S. property.
MSA S 989-997, MdHR 4567-117  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Aug. 21.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to trade embargoes.
MSA S 989-998, MdHR 4567-118  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Aug. 25.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to trade embargoes.
MSA S 989-999, MdHR 4567-118  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Sep. 10.
CONGRESS.
Issuance of clothing to the troops.
MSA S 989-1000, MdHR 4567-119  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Sep. 14.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing acts relating to trade and to clothing for the troops.
MSA S 989-1001, MdHR 4567-120  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Sep. 26.
CONGRESS.
Resolution urging states to supply Gen. Washington with whatever he needs.
MSA S 989-1002, MdHR 4567-121  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Sep. 26.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act urging aid to the allied forces.
MSA S 989-1003, MdHR 4567-122  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Sep. 28.
CONGRESS to GOV.
Election of Samuel Huntington as president.
MSA S 989-1004, MdHR 4567-123  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 9.
CONGRESS.
Authorization of money for the purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-1005, MdHR 4567-124  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 6-7.
CONGRESS.
Request for additional funds for the Continental treasury.
MSA S 989-1006, MdHR 4567-125  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 8.
CONGRESS.
Transmittal of letters from Gen. Washington and Jeremiah Wadsworth.
MSA S 989-1007, MdHR 4567-126  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 9.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Resolution concerning raising money for the Continental treasury.
MSA S 989-1008, MdHR 4567-127  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 22.
CONGRESS.
Proclamation calling for a day of thanksgiving.
MSA S 989-1009, MdHR 4567-128  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia).
Enclosing an act calling for a day of thanksgiving.
MSA S 989-1010, MdHR 4567-129  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 30.
CONGRESS to STATES.
Resolution discouraging states opening land offices and issuing land warrants.
MSA S 989-1011, MdHR 4567-130  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 30.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act relating to state land offices and land warrants.
MSA S 989-1012, MdHR 4567-131  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 2.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for grain exportation to VA.
MSA S 989-1013, MdHR 4567-132  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Oct. 3.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act recommending that MD permit exportation of bread, flour, and wheat to VA.
MSA S 989-1014, MdHR 4567-133  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Nov. 10.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an act pertaining to military quotas.
MSA S 989-1015, MdHR 4567-134  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Nov. 16.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to the use of depositions in court-martials.
MSA S 989-1016, MdHR 4567-135  1 /6 /3 /44

1779, Nov. 12-16.
CONGRESS.
Resolution providing for the establishment of companies of artificers.
MSA S 989-1017, MdHR 4567-136  1 /6 /3 /44

1777, Apr. 2.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Orders to remove powder and stores from AN and BA.
MSA S 989-1018, MdHR 4568-01  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Feb. 22.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Request to furnish medicine for Dr. Samuel McKenzie, director of the BA hospital.
MSA S 989-1019, MdHR 4568-02  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, May. 8.
GIBSON, JOHN, Aud. Gen. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning the accounts of soldiers and officers.
MSA S 989-1020, MdHR 4568-03  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, May. 6.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Transfer of prisoners from BA to Fredericktown.
MSA S 989-1021, MdHR 4568-04  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Apr. 15.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for housing for Scottish prisoners.
MSA S 989-1022, MdHR 4568-04  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Oct. 18.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Request for lead.
MSA S 989-1023, MdHR 4568-05  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Nov. 10.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Resubmission of request for lead.
MSA S 989-1024, MdHR 4568-05  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Apr. 14.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Exchange of Scottish prisoners.
MSA S 989-1025, MdHR 4568-06  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Nov. 19.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. to GOV.
Replacement of borrowed arms; request for lead.
MSA S 989-1026, MdHR 4568-07  1 /6 /3 /45

1779, Nov. 19.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. to LUX, WILLIAM, Continental Agent (BC).
Request to deliver arms.
MSA S 989-1027, MdHR 4568-08  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Nov. 25.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. (York) to GOV.
Requests that state laws regulating militia be forwarded to Board of War; requests list of MD officers in the Continental Army.
MSA S 989-1028, MdHR 4568-09  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Sep. 3.
GIBSON, JOHN, Aud. Gen. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transmittal of lottery tickets.
MSA S 989-1029, MdHR 4568-10  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Mar. 22.
ROBERDEAU, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Requests that troops be sent to Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-1030, MdHR 4568-11  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Sep. 12.
LAURENS, HENRY, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution urging prevention of embargo infractions.
MSA S 989-1031, MdHR 4568-12  1 /6 /3 /45

1777, Aug. 2.
LEWIS, FRANCIS (Baltimore Point) to GOV.
Request for sailing orders for Capt. Nicholson.
MSA S 989-1032, MdHR 4568-13  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Mar. 20.
GATES, HORATIO, Pres. War Off. to GOV.
Request for information on the progress of construction of Fort Frederick.
MSA S 989-1033, MdHR 4568-14  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Feb. 23.
GATES, HORATIO, Pres. War Off. to GOV.
Price regulation; request for information on the progress of Fort Frederick; request for lead.
MSA S 989-1034, MdHR 4568-15  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Mar. 19.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution recommending that states meet their quotas of soldiers and supplies.
MSA S 989-1035, MdHR 4568-16  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Sep. 8.
LEWIS, FRANCIS, Chm. Committee of Commerce (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Allegations by Col. William Aylett against the marshal of the Admiralty Court.
MSA S 989-1036, MdHR 4568-17  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Mar. 28.
GATES, HORATIO, Pres. War Off. to GOV.
Enclosing resolutions; description of army supplies.
MSA S 989-1037, MdHR 4568-18  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Feb. 10.
GATES, HORATIO, Pres. War Off. to STATE.
Request for supplies.
MSA S 989-1038, MdHR 4568-19  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Mar. 3.
GATES, HORATIO, Pres. War Off. to GOV.
Request for supplies.
MSA S 989-1039, MdHR 4568-20  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, NOv. 18.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE (Fredericksburg) to PETERS, RICHARD (War Office).
Request for militia and wagons to escort Convention troops.
MSA S 989-1040, MdHR 4568-21  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Nov. 28.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Forwarding letter from George Washington.
MSA S 989-1041, MdHR 4568-21  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Dec. 4.
SCULL, PETER, Sec. (War Office).
Forwarding letter from George Washington.
MSA S 989-1042, MdHR 4568-21  1 /6 /3 /45

1779, Feb. 25.
BEATTY, CHARLES, Col. (Fredericktown) to PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF WAR.
Request for a quartermaster.
MSA S 989-1043, MdHR 4568-22  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Feb. 11.
GATES, HORATIO, Pres. War Off. to GOV.
Request for troops to guard the prisoners at Frederick.
MSA S 989-1044, MdHR 4568-23  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Feb. 28.
DANA, FRANCIS, Chm. Committee on Horses (Moor Hall) to GOV.
Request for horses.
MSA S 989-1045, MdHR 4568-24  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Jun. 1.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Procurement of arms, tents, and provisions.
MSA S 989-1046, MdHR 4568-25  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Jan. 1.
NOURSE, JOSEPH, Dep. Sec. War to GOV.
Preparation of Fort Frederick to house prisoners.
MSA S 989-1047, MdHR 4568-26  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Aug. 29.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY (War Office) to GOV.
Enclosing petition and certificates pertaining to MD citizens.
MSA S 989-1048, MdHR 4568-27  1 /6 /3 /45

1778?
DWYER, DARBY (HA) to CONGRESS.
Petition for recruitment bounty.
MSA S 989-1049, MdHR 4568-28  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Aug. 25.
CLARK, PETER, Lt. (3rd MD Regt.).
Certification of military service.
MSA S 989-1050, MdHR 4568-29  1 /6 /3 /45

1778?
HOGUN, JAMES, Col. (NC Regt.).
Certification of military service.
MSA S 989-1051, MdHR 4568-30  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Apr. 8.
GATES, HORATIO, Pres. War Office.
Appointment of Col. Francis Rawlings as superintendent of prisoners at Fort Frederick.
MSA S 989-1052, MdHR 4568-31  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Nov. 18.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE (Fredericksburg) to PETERS, RICHARD.
Request for troops and wagons to escort Convention troops.
MSA S 989-1053, MdHR 4568-32  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Nov. 26.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Forwarding a letter from George Washington.
MSA S 989-1054, MdHR 4568-32  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, May. 1.
GIBSON, JOHN, Aud. Gen. (Treasury Office) to GOV.
Return of unsold lottery tickets.
MSA S 989-1055, MdHR 4568-33  1 /6 /3 /45

1778, Jul. 13.
JONES, JOSEPH.
Receipt for unsold lottery tickets.
MSA S 989-1056, MdHR 4568-34  1 /6 /3 /45

1799, Jul. 9.
COUNCIL to GOVS. (DE, PA, NJ).
Enclosing resolution for regaining lost slaves from neighboring states.
MSA S 989-1057, MdHR 4568-35  1 /6 /3 /45

1799, Jan. 30.
SENATE (PA).
Disagreement with an amendment proposed by MA.
MSA S 989-1058, MdHR 4568-36  1 /6 /3 /45

1799.
*
Appointment of officers and account of arms shipments.
MSA S 989-1059, MdHR 4568-37  1 /6 /3 /45

1799, May. 21.
MIFFLIN, THOMAS, Gov. (Phliadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution concerning amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
MSA S 989-1060, MdHR 4568-38  1 /6 /3 /45

1799, Nov. 9.
COUNCIL.
Summary of Council proceedings.
MSA S 989-1061, MdHR 4568-39  1 /6 /3 /45

1799, Mar. 5.
FENNER, ARTHUR, Gov. (RI) to GOV.
Transmittal of legislation passed.
MSA S 989-1062, MdHR 4568-40  1 /6 /3 /45

1798, Oct.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY (RI).
Resolutions suggesting constitutional amendments pertaining to citizenship; requirements for executive and legislative positions.
MSA S 989-1063, MdHR 4568-41  1 /6 /3 /45

1799, Jan. 10.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY (DE).
Resolution suggesting constitutional amendments pertaining to citizenship requirements for executive and legislative positions.
MSA S 989-1064, MdHR 4568-42  1 /6 /3 /45

1780, Nov. 10.
CONGRESS.
Resolution concerning commissions for privateers.
MSA S 989-1065, MdHR 4568-43  1 /6 /3 /45

1779, Jul. 20.
JAY, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Acknowledgement of enemy intelligence reports.
MSA S 989-1066, MdHR 4568-44  1 /6 /3 /45

1779, Jan. 18.
WADSWORTH, JEREMIAH, Comsy. Gen. Purchases (Philadelphia) to SCUDDER, NATHANIEL; MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR,
Request for wheat and flour.
MSA S 989-1067, MdHR 4568-45  1 /6 /3 /45

1789, Sep. 21.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES to SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
Order to obtain information concerning the conditions of the state treasuries.
MSA S 989-1068, MdHR 4568-46  1 /6 /3 /45

1789, Sep. 21.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Resolution for support of the public credit.
MSA S 989-1069, MdHR 4568-47  1 /6 /3 /45

1789, Sep. 26.
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, Sec. Treasury to GOV.
Request for an account of the public debt.
MSA S 989-1070, MdHR 4568-48  1 /6 /3 /45

1792, Apr. 4.
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, Sec. Treasury to GOV.
Provisions for payments to officers and troops.
MSA S 989-1071, MdHR 4568-49  1 /6 /3 /45

1792, Jan. 25.
RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER (Philadelphia) to BRICE, JAMES, Pres. Council.
Payment of claims submitted by states against the U.S.
MSA S 989-1072, MdHR 4568-50  1 /6 /3 /45

1781, Jul. 24.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution appointing a committee to open a loan subscription.
MSA S 989-1073, MdHR 4568-51  1 /6 /3 /45

1791, Jun. 13.
RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER, Agent (AN) to GOV.
Request for permission to hire assistants.
MSA S 989-1074, MdHR 4568-52  1 /6 /3 /45

1792, Oct. 12.
RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER, Agent (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Suggestion for taking depositions concerned with the status of vessels.
MSA S 989-1075, MdHR 4568-53  1 /6 /3 /45

1792, Jun. 7.
WRIGHT, JONATHAN, Asst. Agent (Philadelphia) to DENNY, ROBERT, Aud. Gen.
Procedures and status of payments to former soldiers.
MSA S 989-1076, MdHR 4568-54  1 /6 /3 /45

1792, May. 7.
RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER, Agent (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Progress of legislative bills pertaining to the public debt.
MSA S 989-1077, MdHR 4568-55  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Oct. 25.
DE SAUSSURE, DANIEL, Commissioner (AN).
Attempts to settle accounts of states against the U.S.
MSA S 989-1078, MdHR 4568-56  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Nov. 30.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Office of Finance) to GOV.
Request for submission of accounts for settlement.
MSA S 989-1079, MdHR 4568-57  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, May. 23.
THOMSON, CHARLES (Secretary's Office) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution for suspending commissions of privateer captains.
MSA S 989-1080, MdHR 4568-58  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jun. 19.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOVS. (NJ; PA; DE; MD).
Request for assistance to apprehend mail thieves.
MSA S 989-1081, MdHR 4568-59  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jun. 19.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing a resolution pertaining to the theft of mail.
MSA S 989-1082, MdHR 4568-60  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Mar. 20.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing a proclamation.
MSA S 989-1083, MdHR 4568-61  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Mar. 19.
CONGRESS.
Proclamation establishing a day of fasting and prayer.
MSA S 989-1084, MdHR 4568-62  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jul. 17.
CONGRESS.
Ordinance to stop illicit trade with the enemy.
MSA S 989-1085, MdHR 4568-63  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jul. 19.
JOHNSON, THOMAS (AN) to THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Request for commissions.
MSA S 989-1086, MdHR 4568-64  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jul. 26.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Transmittal of commissions and bonds for vessels.
MSA S 989-1087, MdHR 4568-65  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jan. 8.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress to STATE.
Ordinance pertaining to captures at sea and distribution of prizes.
MSA S 989-1088, MdHR 4568-66  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jul. 10.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress.
Ordinance for distribution of prizes captured at sea.
MSA S 989-1089, MdHR 4568-67  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Feb. 26.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress.
Amendments to ordinances pertaining to captures at sea.
MSA S 989-1090, MdHR 4568-68  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jan. 6.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution pertaining to the seizure of British manufactures.
MSA S 989-1091, MdHR 4568-69  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jan. 2.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution for the seizure and condemnation of British goods.
MSA S 989-1092, MdHR 4568-70  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Nov. 21.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Dismissal of complaint against Col. Henry Hollingsworth.
MSA S 989-1093, MdHR 4568-71  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Oct. 4.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolutions concerning the British peace commissioners and the treaty of alliance with France.
MSA S 989-1094, MdHR 4568-72  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Mar. 12.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.
Request for blank commissions for privately owned armed vessels.
MSA S 989-1095, MdHR 4568-73  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, May. 21.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution concerning the conduct of privateer captains.
MSA S 989-1096, MdHR 4568-74  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Nov. 19.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Office of Finance) to GOV.
Concerns supplying clothing and food for troops at the Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-1097, MdHR 4568-75  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Jul. 20.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Establishment of an impost on imported goods; acknowledgement of independence by States General of the United Provinces.
MSA S 989-1098, MdHR 4568-76  1 /6 /3 /45

1785, Apr. 23.
LIVINGSTON, WALTER; OSGOOD, SAMUEL (Treasury Board, NY) to GOV.
Nomination of John White as commissioner for settling accounts.
MSA S 989-1099, MdHR 4568-77  1 /6 /3 /45

1785, Jan. 29.
JAY, JOHN, Sec. State for Foreign Affairs.
Request for a copy of state legislation; cooperation between the state and the U.S.
MSA S 989-1100, MdHR 4568-78  1 /6 /3 /45

1787, Apr. 21.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution for the purchase of copper coins.
MSA S 989-1101, MdHR 4568-79  1 /6 /3 /45

1787, Apr. 23.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Extention of free postage privileges to Convention members.
MSA S 989-1102, MdHR 4568-80  1 /6 /3 /45

1787, Apr. 21.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution pertaining to the sale of Western lands.
MSA S 989-1103, MdHR 4568-81  1 /6 /3 /45

1787, Apr. 25.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing resolutions concerning copper coins, Western lands, and free postage for members of the Convention.
MSA S 989-1104, MdHR 4568-82  1 /6 /3 /45

1788, Feb. 12.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Authorization to the secretary for foreign affairs to grant letters for American ships bound on long voyages.
MSA S 989-1105, MdHR 4568-83  1 /6 /3 /45

1788, Feb. 15.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Request to publish resolution pertaining to the issuance of letters for American ships bound on long voyages.
MSA S 989-1106, MdHR 4568-84  1 /6 /3 /45

1789, Sep. 21.
BECKLEY, JOHN, Clk. House of Representatives.
Provision for support of the public credit.
MSA S 989-1107, MdHR 4568-85  1 /6 /3 /45

1789, Sep. 21.
BECKLEY, JOHN, Clk. House of Representatives to SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
Order to procure accounts of the public debts.
MSA S 989-1108, MdHR 4568-85  1 /6 /3 /45

1789, Sep. 26.
HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, Sec. Treasury to GOV.
Request for an account of the public debt.
MSA S 989-1109, MdHR 4568-86  1 /6 /3 /45

1787, May. 7.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Election and oath of John Jay as secretary of foreign affairs.
MSA S 989-1110, MdHR 4568-87  1 /6 /3 /45

1784, May. 25.
PURNELL, JOSEPH, Commissioner of Accts., Marine Department.
Compliance with recommendations of Congress pertaining to debts.
MSA S 989-1111, MdHR 4568-88  1 /6 /3 /45

1784, May. 26.
MORRIS, ROBERT to GOV.
Compliance with recommendations of Congress.
MSA S 989-1112, MdHR 4568-89  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, Jan. 20.
JACKSON, WILLIAM, Asst. Sec. War to GOV.
Exchange of prisoners in the Southern Department.
MSA S 989-1113, MdHR 4568-90  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Nov. 26.
COOKE, ROBERT; WARREN, SAMUEL.
List of officers taken as prisoners in the Southern Department by the British Army.
MSA S 989-1114, MdHR 4568-91  1 /6 /3 /45

1782, Oct. 23.
WARREN, SAMUEL; COOKE, ROBERT (Accabee).
Agreement concerning prisoners of war exchanged.
MSA S 989-1115, MdHR 4568-92  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, Mar. 15.
OFFICE OF FINANCE to PAYMASTER GENERAL.
Procedures for settlement of accounts with the army by the states.
MSA S 989-1116, MdHR 4568-93  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, Mar. 20.
MORRIS, ROBERT (Office of Finance) to GOV.
Request for account of advancements made to officers and soldiers.
MSA S 989-1117, MdHR 4568-94  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, Jan. 21.
JACKSON, WILLIAM, Asst. Sec. War to GOV.
Appointment of Maj. John Davidson as intendant.
MSA S 989-1118, MdHR 4568-95  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, May. 1.
MCHENRY, JAMES (BC).
Request for a passport for the "Adventure" .
MSA S 989-1119, MdHR 4568-96  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, Jan. 8.
MCHENRY, JOHN (BC) to GOV.
An offer to trade with enemy for the purpose of gaining specie for the states.
MSA S 989-1120, MdHR 4568-97  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, Apr. 12.
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT R. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing proclamation announcing cessation of hostilities.
MSA S 989-1121, MdHR 4568-98  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, Mar. 24.
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT (Office of Foreign Affairs) to GOV.
Enclosing the preliminary articles of peace.
MSA S 989-1122, MdHR 4568-99  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, Oct. 6-21.
CONGRESS.
Roll call votes pertaining to the permanent and temporary residences of Congress.
MSA S 989-1123, MdHR 4568-100  1 /6 /3 /45

1779.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC).
Request for money to purchase supplies and provisions.
MSA S 989-1124, MdHR 4568-117  1 /6 /3 /45

1783, Sep. 1.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolutions from PA pertaining to the temporary residence of Congress.
MSA S 989-1125, MdHR 4569-01  1 /6 /4 /1

1783, Oct. 14.
REGISTER'S OFFICE.
Estimate of the principal and interest on foreign and domestic debts.
MSA S 989-1126, MdHR 4569-02  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Mar. 20.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. Congress.
Proclamation for a day of fasting and prayer.
MSA S 989-1127, MdHR 4569-03  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Dec. 11.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolution requesting that a census be taken.
MSA S 989-1128, MdHR 4569-04  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Dec. 12.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolutions for filling troop quotas and for taking a census.
MSA S 989-1129, MdHR 4569-05  1 /6 /4 /1

1780, Jan. 3.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL to GOV.
Enclosing letter from George Washington pertaining to embarkation from NY.
MSA S 989-1130, MdHR 4569-06  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Dec. 17.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress to STATE.
Request for money and troops.
MSA S 989-1131, MdHR 4569-07  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Oct. 19.
* (Yorktown).
Articles of surrender at Yorktown.
MSA S 989-1132, MdHR 4569-08  1 /6 /4 /1

1785, Mar.
* to GOV.
Request for action on enclosed letter.
MSA S 989-1133, MdHR 4569-10  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Oct. 19.
* (Yorktown).
Articles of surrender at Yorktown.
MSA S 989-1134, MdHR 4569-11  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Aug. 14.
MCKEAN, THOMAS, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia).
Form for a ship passport.
MSA S 989-1135, MdHR 4569-12  1 /6 /4 /1

1786, Mar. 4.
ADAMS, JOHN (Grosvenor Square) to JAY, JOHN, Sec. State.
Accounts of money paid by MD and VA.
MSA S 989-1136, MdHR 4569-13  1 /6 /4 /1

1786, Feb. 28.
CARMARTHEN, Mr. (St. James's) to ADAMS, JOHN.
Grievances of British creditors in collecting debts from Americans.
MSA S 989-1137, MdHR 4569-13  1 /6 /4 /1

1786, Jul. 6.
JAY, JOHN (Office of Foreign Affairs) to GOV.
Enclosing letter from John Adams; report on treaties with Portugal and the Barbary States.
MSA S 989-1138, MdHR 4569-14  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Jan. 5.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Resolutions concerning treatment of prisoners.
MSA S 989-1139, MdHR 4569-15  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Jan. 8.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Request for money for prisoners.
MSA S 989-1140, MdHR 4569-16  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Jan. 9.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolutions concerning treatment of prisoners and supplies for captive officers.
MSA S 989-1141, MdHR 4569-17  1 /6 /4 /1

1780, Dec. 27.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen. to STATE.
Enemy embarkations from NY.
MSA S 989-1142, MdHR 4569-18  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Jan. 12.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Pay scale of army officers.
MSA S 989-1143, MdHR 4569-19  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Jan. 13.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional resolutions concerning raise of officers'pay.
MSA S 989-1144, MdHR 4569-20  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Oct. 26.
MCKEAN, THOMAS, Pres. Congress to STATE.
Proclamation of a day of thanksgiving.
MSA S 989-1145, MdHR 4569-21  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Sep. 28.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Recommendation that states settle officers'depreciation pay accounts.
MSA S 989-1146, MdHR 4569-22  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Sep. 29.
MCKENA, THOMAS, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution concerning pay of officers.
MSA S 989-1147, MdHR 4569-23  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Nov. 23.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Establishment of a legal code for punishing infractions of the laws of nations.
MSA S 989-1148, MdHR 4569-24  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Nov. 31.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Congress to GOV.
Enclosing resolution concerning punishments for breaking the law.
MSA S 989-1149, MdHR 4569-25  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Jan. 17.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Order to pay for leather breeches.
MSA S 989-1150, MdHR 4569-26  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Jan. 18.
HUNTINGTON, SAMUEL, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolution concerning the settlement of Baker Johnson's account.
MSA S 989-1151, MdHR 4569-27  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Nov. 5.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Election of John Hanson as president of Congress.
MSA S 989-1152, MdHR 4569-28  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Jul. 2.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN (AN) to GOV.
Request to be reimbursed for a purchase made on order of Gen. Gates.
MSA S 989-1153, MdHR 4569-29  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Sep. 14.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Authority of the French vice-consuls.
MSA S 989-1154, MdHR 4569-30  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Aug. 31.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress.
Recognition of the authority of French consuls.
MSA S 989-1155, MdHR 4569-31  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Aug. 12.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to STATE.
Granting of passports to MD and VA for importation of salt.
MSA S 989-1156, MdHR 4569-32  1 /6 /4 /1

1781, Aug. 15.
MCKEAN, THOMAS, Pres. Congress (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Location in VA of Lord Cornwallis's army.
MSA S 989-1157, MdHR 4569-33  1 /6 /4 /1

1792, May. 24.
BECKLEY, JOHN, Clk. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing copies of the proceedings of the House of Representatives.
MSA S 989-1158, MdHR 4569-34  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Jun. 1.
OTIS, SAMUEL A., Sec. Senate to GOV.
Enclosing Senate proceedings.
MSA S 989-1159, MdHR 4569-35  1 /6 /4 /1

1792, Jun. 1.
OTIS, SAMUEL A., Sec. Senate to GOV.
Enclosing Senate proceedings.
MSA S 989-1160, MdHR 4569-36  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Jul. 29.
BECKLEY, JOHN, Clk. House of Representatives to GOV.
Enclosing House proceedings.
MSA S 989-1161, MdHR 4569-37  1 /6 /4 /1

1797, May. 1.
OTIS, SAMUEL A., Sec. Senate to GOV.
Enclosing Senate proceedings.
MSA S 989-1162, MdHR 4569-38  1 /6 /4 /1

1783, Feb. 8.
BARNES, RICHARD (Leonardtown) to GOV.
Enemy barges on the Potomac River.
MSA S 989-1163, MdHR 4569-39  1 /6 /4 /1

1783, Feb. 8.
SEWALL, NICHOLAS LEWIS (Mattapany).
Enemy barges on the Potomac River.
MSA S 989-1164, MdHR 4569-40  1 /6 /4 /1

1791, Mar. 30.
OTIS, SAMUEL A., Sec. Senate to GOV.
Enclosing Senate proceedings.
MSA S 989-1165, MdHR 4569-41  1 /6 /4 /1

1791, Apr. 4.
BECKLEY, JOHN, Clk. to GOV.
Enclosing House proceedings.
MSA S 989-1166, MdHR 4569-42  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Aug. 26.
BECKLEY, JOHN, Clk. (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing House proceedings.
MSA S 989-1167, MdHR 4569-43  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Oct. 20.
OTIS, JAMES A., Sec. Senate (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing Senate proceedings.
MSA S 989-1168, MdHR 4569-44  1 /6 /4 /1

1792.
JOHNSON, THOMAS.
Enclosing a copy of MD laws; request to settle the account of Samuel Green.
MSA S 989-1169, MdHR 4569-46  1 /6 /4 /1

1796.
OTIS, SAMUEL A., Sec. Senate to GOV.
Enclosing Senate proceedings.
MSA S 989-1170, MdHR 4569-47  1 /6 /4 /1

1793, May. 1.
OTIS, SAMUEL A., Sec. Senate to GOV.
Enclosing Senate proceedings.
MSA S 989-1171, MdHR 4569-48  1 /6 /4 /1

1786, Jan. 11.
KNOX, HENRY, Sec. War (War Office).
Instructions for examining and testing shells.
MSA S 989-1172, MdHR 4569-49  1 /6 /4 /1

1783, Dec. 29-1784, Jan. 1.
REMSEN, HENRY, JR., Clk.
Record of attendance in AN.
MSA S 989-1173, MdHR 4569-50  1 /6 /4 /1

1784, May. 17.
BARCLAY, THOMAS (Paris) to GOV.
Verification of French port privileges.
MSA S 989-1174, MdHR 4569-51  1 /6 /4 /1

1784, May. 14.
COUNCIL OF STATE (Paris).
Confirmation of French port privileges and establishment of free ports (in French).
MSA S 989-1175, MdHR 4569-52  1 /6 /4 /1

1784, Jun. 4.
LIMOZIN, ANDREW (Havre de Grace) to GOV.
Enclosing letter from Thomas Barclay concerning French ports.
MSA S 989-1176, MdHR 4569-53  1 /6 /4 /1

1784, Apr. 22.
MIFFLIN, THOMAS to GOV.
Enclosing resolution requesting that the number of representatives be increased to three.
MSA S 989-1177, MdHR 4569-54  1 /6 /4 /1

1784, Apr. 21.
MIFFLIN, THOMAS (AN) to GOV.
Granting of French port privileges to the U.S.
MSA S 989-1178, MdHR 4569-54  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Dec. 1.
PRIDE, JOHN, Speaker, Senate; MATTHEWS, THOMAS, Speaker, House of Delegates to GOV.
Request for action on the VA resolutions allowing citizens to view the Senate proceedings.
MSA S 989-1179, MdHR 4569-55  1 /6 /4 /1

1792, Feb. 1.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing resolutions concerning contracts with individual states.
MSA S 989-1180, MdHR 4569-56  1 /6 /4 /1

1798, Mar. 27.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY, Sec. State (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing proclamation for a day of thanksgiving.
MSA S 989-1181, MdHR 4569-57  1 /6 /4 /1

1792, May. 21.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing various acts of Congress.
MSA S 989-1182, MdHR 4569-58  1 /6 /4 /1

1785, Dec. 26.
KNOX, HENRY, Sec. War (War Office) to WHITE, JOHN, Commissioner of Accts. (AN).
Acknowlegement of receipt of letter concerning shells.
MSA S 989-1183, MdHR 4569-59  1 /6 /4 /1

1785, Dec. 21.
OSGOOD, SAMUEL; LIVINGSTON, WALTER; LEE, ARTHUR (Treasury Board) to GOV.
Acknowledgement of Thomas Harwood's appointment as commissioner of the Loan Office.
MSA S 989-1184, MdHR 4569-60  1 /6 /4 /1

1785, Oct. 29.
OSGOOD, SAMUEL; LIVINGSTON, WALTER (Board of Treasury) to GOV.
Enclosing bonds and oath of office for Thomas Harwood as commissioner of the Loan Office.
MSA S 989-1185, MdHR 4569-61  1 /6 /4 /1

1803, Dec. 13.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS, Pres. (Washington) to GOV. 1803, Dec. 13.
Enclosing constitutional amendment pertaining to the election of preident and vice-president.
MSA S 989-1186, MdHR 4569-62  1 /6 /4 /1

1804, Sep. 24.
WAGNER, JACOB, Chief Clk. State Department to GOV. 1804, Sep. 24.
Enclosing copies of U.S. laws.
MSA S 989-1187, MdHR 4569-63  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Dec. 31.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND (Philadelphia) to HOLLINGSWORTH, ZEBULON, Atty. District of MD (BC).
Enclosing reply to a letter sent to Mr. Hammond.
MSA S 989-1188, MdHR 4569-64  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Dec. 31.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND (Philadelphia) to HAMMOND, GEORGE, Minister Plenipotentiary.
Reply to the letter concerning alleged infractions of sovereignty by Mr. McAlister, Mr. DuBois, and Mr. Dawson.
MSA S 989-1189, MdHR 4569-65  1 /6 /4 /1

1795, Jan. 10.
HOLLINGSWORTH, ZEBULON (BA) to GOV.
Sale of cargo from a captured ship.
MSA S 989-1190, MdHR 4569-66  1 /6 /4 /1

1795, Jan. 26.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State to GOV.
Order to release the "Hope" and its cargo.
MSA S 989-1191, MdHR 4569-67  1 /6 /4 /1

1795, Apr. 16.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State to GOV.
Prevention of belligerent ships from using MD waterways.
MSA S 989-1192, MdHR 4569-68  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Dec. 30.
HOLLINGSWORTH, ZEBULON (BA) to GOV.
Request for militia to guard the "Hope" .
MSA S 989-1193, MdHR 4569-69  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Dec. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, ZEBULON to GOV.
Armament of the "Hope" taken by a privateer.
MSA S 989-1194, MdHR 4569-70  1 /6 /4 /1

1799, Dec. 5.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY, Sec. State (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning distribution of laws.
MSA S 989-1195, MdHR 4569-71  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Oct. 10.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND to GOV.
Request to abide by the treaty to keep ships hostile to the French out of MD ports.
MSA S 989-1196, MdHR 4569-72  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Aug. 22.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State to GOV.
Unfriendly treatment of British ships in American ports.
MSA S 989-1197, MdHR 4569-73  1 /6 /4 /1

1804, Spe. 24.
MADISON, JAMES, Sec. State to GOV.
Ratification of the constitutional amendment pertaining to election of the president and vice-president.
MSA S 989-1198, MdHR 4569-74  1 /6 /4 /1

1792, Apr. 10.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS to GOV.
Enclosing constitutional amendment.
MSA S 989-1199, MdHR 4569-75  1 /6 /4 /1

1792, Mar. 29.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional acts approving MD laws pertaining to widows and orphans.
MSA S 989-1200, MdHR 4569-76  1 /6 /4 /1

1792, Mar. 4.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Ratification of constitutional amendments.
MSA S 989-1201, MdHR 4569-77  1 /6 /4 /1

1791, Dec. 29.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional acts concerning an extension of the census, printing the census, and 1792 appropriations.
MSA S 989-1202, MdHR 4569-78  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, May. 24.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional acts.
MSA S 989-1203, MdHR 4569-79  1 /6 /4 /1

1796, Jan. 12.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY, Sec. State to GOV.
Enclosing a treaty with the Indians northwest of the Ohio River.
MSA S 989-1204, MdHR 4569-80  1 /6 /4 /1

1795, Dec. 22.
U.S.
Treaty of peace and friendship with the Indians.
MSA S 989-1205, MdHR 4569-81  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Oct. 22.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to desist from interfering with French prize ships.
MSA S 989-1206, MdHR 4569-82  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Apr. 22.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing various congressional acts.
MSA S 989-1207, MdHR 4569-83  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Apr. 6.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS, Sec. State to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning NC claims to western lands.
MSA S 989-1208, MdHR 4569-84  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, May. 28.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing various acts.
MSA S 989-1209, MdHR 4569-85  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, May. 25.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS to GOV.
Enclosing an act establishing judicial courts in RI.
MSA S 989-1210, MdHR 4569-86  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Aug. 23.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional acts concerning payment of federal debt, title to Ohio lands, and relief for disabled soldiers and seamen.
MSA S 989-1211, MdHR 4569-87  1 /6 /4 /1

1801, Jun. 9.
MADISON, JAMES, Sec. State to GOV.
Request that MD laws be sent to other states.
MSA S 989-1212, MdHR 4569-88  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Mar. 26.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional acts concerning a mint, import duties, appropriations for 1794, and authorization of revenue cutters.
MSA S 989-1213, MdHR 4569-89  1 /6 /4 /1

1785, Aug. 22.
VAN BERCKEL, PETER JOHN, Minister from the United Netherlands (NY).
Business transactions between Van Staphorst and Ridley (In French).
MSA S 989-1214, MdHR 4569-9  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Mar. 17.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing proposed amendment concerning judicial power.
MSA S 989-1215, MdHR 4569-90  1 /6 /4 /1

1795, Jan. 9.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State to GOV.
Enclosing various congressional acts.
MSA S 989-1216, MdHR 4569-91  1 /6 /4 /1

1795, Jan. 3.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State to GOV.
Enclosing presidential proclamation for a day of thanksgiving.
MSA S 989-1217, MdHR 4569-92  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Nov. 13.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND, Sec. State (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing information concerning British captures.
MSA S 989-1218, MdHR 4569-93  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Oct. 22.
FITZSIMONS, THOMAS, Chm. Committee of Merchants to SECRETARY OF STATE.
Request for compensation for damages inflicted by the British.
MSA S 989-1219, MdHR 4569-94A  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Nov. 4.
RANDOLPH, EDMUND to FITZSIMONS, THOMAS.
Appointment of Samuel Bayard as agent of claims; appeals concerning merchants'losses at the hands of the British.
MSA S 989-1220, MdHR 4569-94A  1 /6 /4 /1

1794, Nov. 6-8.
FITZSIMONS, THOMAS to MERCHANTS.
Information concerning steps taken to gain compensation for damages inflicted by the British.
MSA S 989-1221, MdHR 4569-94B  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Mar. 31.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS, Sec. State to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning the census, naturalization procedures, and appropriations.
MSA S 989-1222, MdHR 4569-95  1 /6 /4 /1

1791, Mar. 7.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning federal loans, amending the Debt Act, and incorporating the Bank of the U.S.
MSA S 989-1223, MdHR 4569-96  1 /6 /4 /1

1791, Mar. 1.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning a census and the Bank of the U.S.
MSA S 989-1224, MdHR 4569-97  1 /6 /4 /1

1791, Feb. 17.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing act admitting KY to the union.
MSA S 989-1225, MdHR 4569-98  1 /6 /4 /1

1791, Feb. 22.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing act admitting VT to the union.
MSA S 989-1226, MdHR 4569-99  1 /6 /4 /1

1791, Mar. 15.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS to GOV.
Enclosing congressional acts concerning duty on liquor, the federal city, value of Danish money, and establishment of the post office.
MSA S 989-1227, MdHR 4569-100  1 /6 /4 /1

1791, Jan. 11.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning payment of U.S. debt and unloading ships obstructed by ice.
MSA S 989-1228, MdHR 4569-101  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Jun. 8.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing congressional acts concerning salaries of executive officers, assistants, and clerks, the encouragement of learning, and claims of Frederick Von Steuben.
MSA S 989-1229, MdHR 4569-102  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Jul. 6.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning relations with foreign nations and John McCord's claim.
MSA S 989-1230, MdHR 4569-103  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Jun. 17.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning back pay of VA and NC troops and publication of treaties.
MSA S 989-1231, MdHR 4569-104  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Jul. 19.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning the permanent seat of government and payment of invalid pensioners.
MSA S 989-1232, MdHR 4569-105  1 /6 /4 /1

1790, Aug. 18.
JEFFERSON, THOMAS (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing acts concerning allowances for clerks in the office of army accounts, repayment of U.S. courts'expenses, and duty collections.
MSA S 989-1233, MdHR 4569-106  1 /6 /4 /1

1777, Sep. 6.
GALE, GEORGE, Dr.
List of the sick in the BC hospital.
MSA S 989-1234, MdHR 4570-01  1 /6 /4 /2

1777, Dec. 17.
SELBY, WILLIAM, JR. (WO) to GOV.
Declines commission as sheriff; recommendation of Benjamin Purnell.
MSA S 989-1235, MdHR 4570-02  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jan. 9.
YEISER, ENGELHARD (BC) to GOV.
Order for the appearance of Mr. Huggens before the Council to defend himself against charges of cattle stealing.
MSA S 989-1236, MdHR 4570-03  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jan. 27.
BROOKE, RICHARD et al. (MO) to GOV.
Request to rescind a fine imposed on Samuel Glaze.
MSA S 989-1237, MdHR 4570-04  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Feb. 2.
GREEN, VALENTINE, JR. (CA) to GOV.
Purchase of pork and beef.
MSA S 989-1238, MdHR 4570-05  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Mar. 2.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW et al.
Recommendation of John Dawson for promotion.
MSA S 989-1239, MdHR 4570-06  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Mar. 13.
GILPIN, JOSEPH et al. (CE) to GOV.
Petition asking that cases instituted before the revolution not be prosecuted.
MSA S 989-1240, MdHR 4570-07  1 /6 /4 /2

1777, Mar. 22.
DAVID, JOHN (AN) to GOV.
Apology for misconduct and drunkenness; requests to be reinstated in his command.
MSA S 989-1241, MdHR 4570-08  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, May. 6.
THOMAS, JOHN (SM) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions; need for funds.
MSA S 989-1242, MdHR 4570-09  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, May. 6.
THOMAS, JOHN (SM) to GOV.
Account of bacon purchased for the army.
MSA S 989-1243, MdHR 4570-10  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, May. 8.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Recommendation of William Jones for an officer's commission.
MSA S 989-1244, MdHR 4570-11  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, May. 18.
DASHIELL, GEORGE et al. (SO) to GOV.
Recommendation of William Jones for an officer's commission.
MSA S 989-1245, MdHR 4570-12  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jun. 10.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV (CV) to GOV.
Request for permission to march substitutes and other soldiers to AN.
MSA S 989-1246, MdHR 4570-13  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jun. 12.
HUNT, PHILIP et al. (CV) to HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Petition to appoint William Dare as captain: See 4570/15.
MSA S 989-1247, MdHR 4570-14  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jun. 17.
MACKALL, BENMANIN, IV et al. (CA) to GOV.
Recommendation of William Dare as lieutenant.
MSA S 989-1248, MdHR 4570-16  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jun. 17.
DONAHEY, JOHN et al. (HA) to GOV.
Petition requesting clemency in the case of a recognizance forfeiture.
MSA S 989-1249, MdHR 4570-17  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jun. 17.
DONAHEY, JOHN et al. (HA) to GOV.
Petition requesting clemency for failure to appear to testify about horse theft.
MSA S 989-1250, MdHR 4570-18  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jun. 21.
DONERLY, JOHN (DO).
Deposition about the refusal of Capt. John Eccleston to accept a substitute for Mary Scott's husband.
MSA S 989-1251, MdHR 4570-19  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jun. 24.
NASH, JOHN (DO).
Deposition concerning the mental condition of Edward Scott.
MSA S 989-1252, MdHR 4570-20  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 9.
BROUGHON, PATRICK (DO).
Deposition pertaining to Edward Scott's conversation about hiring a substitute.
MSA S 989-1253, MdHR 4570-21  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 11.
WRIGHT, JACOB, Capt. (DO).
Deposition concerning Mary Scott hiring a substitute for her husband.
MSA S 989-1254, MdHR 4570-22  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 12.
SCOTT, ANN (DO).
Deposition pertaining to Edward Scott's mental and physical illness.
MSA S 989-1255, MdHR 4570-23  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 25.
SCOTT, MARY (DO).
Deposition pertaining to the refusal of Capt. Eccleston to accept the substitute hired for her husband.
MSA S 989-1256, MdHR 4570-24  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jun. 29.
DEAN, EZEKIEL (CA) to GOV.
Petition requesting relief from military service because of poor health.
MSA S 989-1257, MdHR 4570-25  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 1.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Availability of provisions; rate of desertions.
MSA S 989-1258, MdHR 4570-26  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 1.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Intelligence from Gen. Washington; troop movement and casualties.
MSA S 989-1259, MdHR 4570-27  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 5.
DAVIS, RICHARD (WA) to GOV.
Account of clothing collected.
MSA S 989-1260, MdHR 4570-28  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 5.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS (Georgetown) to CARROLL, DANIEL (AN).
Provisions at Potomac to be shipped to Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-1261, MdHR 4570-29  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 7.
GORDON, ALEXANDER (BC) to GOV.
Petition requesting that a warrant be issued against Smith Carmine and Zerobabel Maddox for robbing his ships.
MSA S 989-1262, MdHR 4570-30  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 7.
STEWART, DAVID et al., merchants (BC) to GOV.
Request to honor the petition of Alexander Gordon for assistance against robbers.
MSA S 989-1263, MdHR 4570-31  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 11.
RANKEN, GEORGE, Clk. Gen. Ct. W.S. to JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR., Clk.
Receipt for the laws of the March session.
MSA S 989-1264, MdHR 4570-32  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 12.
FORMAN, EZEKIEL, Paymaster (Chestertown) to GOV.
Request for money to pay the E.S. militia.
MSA S 989-1265, MdHR 4570-33  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 13.
GRAY, JOSHUA to GOV.
Inability to take the oath of fidelity because of illness.
MSA S 989-1266, MdHR 4570-34  1 /1 /6 /4

1778, Jul. 13.
BOONE, JOHN, Capt.
Verification of the illness of Joshua Gray.
MSA S 989-1267, MdHR 4570-34  1 /1 /6 /4

1778, Jul. 15.
HOOPER, HENRY, Gen. (Cambridge) to GOV.
Request for a ship to send prisoners of war to AN.
MSA S 989-1268, MdHR 4570-34  1 /1 /6 /4

1778, Jul. 20.
HOOPER, HENRY, Gen. (Cambridge) to GOV.
Request that British prisoners Capt. Brisey and his son be among those exchanged.
MSA S 989-1269, MdHR 4570-35  1 /6 /4 /2

1778?
*
List of the men from the "Mermaid" set at liberty.
MSA S 989-1270, MdHR 4570-36  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 28.
BRADFORD, THOMAS, Comsy. Prisoners to CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, Capt.
Receipt of prisoners taken from the "Mermaid" .
MSA S 989-1271, MdHR 4570-37  1 /6 /4 /2

1778?
GRASON, THOMAS, Capt. to COURSEY, THOMAS, Capt. ("Chester" ).
Request to supply prisoner guards; list of prisoners.
MSA S 989-1272, MdHR 4570-38  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 29.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Order to place Edward Tilghman under bond because of his potential danger to the state's security.
MSA S 989-1273, MdHR 4570-39  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 20.
HOOPER, HENRY, Gen. (Cambridge).
Apprehension of a deserter, David Shehawn.
MSA S 989-1274, MdHR 4570-40  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 28.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS (Georgetown).
Ship movements and delivery of provisions.
MSA S 989-1275, MdHR 4570-41  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to GOV.
Arrival of a salt shipment from the Bahamas.
MSA S 989-1276, MdHR 4570-42  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 28.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Purchase of clothing and carriages; capture of deserters; request to transfer prisoners.
MSA S 989-1277, MdHR 4570-43  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 31.
JOHNSON, JOHN.
Poor health of Jeremiah Randall renders him unfit for military duty.
MSA S 989-1278, MdHR 4570-44  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 31.
,
Sale of the "Defence" .
MSA S 989-1279, MdHR 4570-45  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 3.
HOWARD, CHARLES WALLACE (BC) to GOV.
Condition of and purchase price offered for the "Defence" .
MSA S 989-1280, MdHR 4570-46  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 1.
HUGHES, DANIEL, Dep. Commissary Gen. (Hagerstown) to GOV.
Transporting prisoners from the "Mermaid" ; settlement of accounts.
MSA S 989-1281, MdHR 4570-47  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul.
BEATTY, JOHN, Comsy. Gen. Prisoners (Philadelphia).
Request for an account of money sent to officers.
MSA S 989-1282, MdHR 4570-48  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Jul. 26.
BRADFORD, THOMAS, Comsy. Gen. of Prisoners (Philadelphia).
Promise to send information about the navy and a list of casualties.
MSA S 989-1283, MdHR 4570-49  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 3.
GORDON, ALEXANDER (TA).
Deposition pertaining to the armed robbery of a ship by Zerobabel Maddox and Smith Carmine.
MSA S 989-1284, MdHR 4570-50  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 5.
BURGESS, JOSEPH, Capt.
Deposition concerning procurement of a substitute.
MSA S 989-1285, MdHR 4570-51  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 7.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Tax collection for property assessment; disbursement of surplus.
MSA S 989-1286, MdHR 4570-52  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 6.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique) to GOV.
Inability to sell a cargo of tobacco.
MSA S 989-1287, MdHR 4570-53  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 5.
ROGERS, JOHN (St. Pierre, Martinique) to HARRISON, RICHARD.
Receipt for wages for the crew of the "General Smallwood" .
MSA S 989-1288, MdHR 4570-54  1 /6 /4 /2

1778?
*
Alexander's proposals for a voyage to France.
MSA S 989-1289, MdHR 4570-55  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 10.
HOOE, ROBERT T. to GOV.
Sale of the ship "Molly" by Richard Harrison.
MSA S 989-1290, MdHR 4570-56  1 /6 /4 /2

1778?
DESHON, DANIEL.
Report on the condition of the "Molly" .
MSA S 989-1291, MdHR 4570-57  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 10.
CONWAY, ROBERT, Capt. (Alexandria).
Condition of the "Molly" when left at Wachaprague inlet.
MSA S 989-1292, MdHR 4570-58  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 10.
HOOE, ROBERT (Alexandria) to CARROLL, DANIEL.
Distress of Richard Harrison.
MSA S 989-1293, MdHR 4570-59  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 11.
PEERS, VAL. (Alexandria) to CARROLL, DANIEL.
Imprisonment of Richard Harrison in Martinique because of debts.
MSA S 989-1294, MdHR 4570-60  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 11.
CONWAY, ROBERT (Alexandria).
Imprisonment of Richard Harrison in Martinique because of debts contracted for MD.
MSA S 989-1295, MdHR 4570-61  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 21.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to GIBSON, WILLIAM, Clk. (BA).
Order for Capt. Daniel Deshon to appear before the Council.
MSA S 989-1296, MdHR 4570-62  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 29.
HOOE, ROBERT T. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Arrival of sugar and building materials; sale of the "General Smallwood" by Richard Harrison.
MSA S 989-1297, MdHR 4570-63  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 15.
* (Fells Point).
Advertisement of a ship sale at BC.
MSA S 989-1298, MdHR 4570-64  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 18.
FORMAN, EZEKIEL (KE).
Discharge of prisoner Jonathan Jennings.
MSA S 989-1299, MdHR 4570-65  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 15.
*
Men commissioned in the Severna Batt. of the AA Militia.
MSA S 989-1300, MdHR 4570-66  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 17.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to GOV.
Request to transfer prisoner Jonathan Jennings accused of passing counterfeit currency.
MSA S 989-1301, MdHR 4570-67  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 19.
BOONE, SAMUEL (Frederick Town).
Inventory of tools in the gunlock factory.
MSA S 989-1302, MdHR 4570-68  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 28.
HINDMAN, EDWARD (TA) to GOV.
Account of the E.S.T.
MSA S 989-1303, MdHR 4570-69  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Aug. 24.
HINDMAN, EDWARD (TA) to GOV.
Account of cash received by the E.S.T.
MSA S 989-1304, MdHR 4570-70  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 4.
DUVALL, EDWARD, Lt. (2nd MD Regt., PG) to GOV.
Request for linen for clothing.
MSA S 989-1305, MdHR 4570-71  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 9.
* (CE).
Men to be commissioned in the 30th and 2nd Batts.
MSA S 989-1306, MdHR 4570-72  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 9.
* (KE).
Men to be commissioned because of the death and resignation of officers.
MSA S 989-1307, MdHR 4570-73  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 10.
*
Crew members of the "Winning" .
MSA S 989-1308, MdHR 4570-74  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 10.
*
Crew members of the "Mercury" .
MSA S 989-1309, MdHR 4570-75  1 /6 /4 /2

1778.
*
Provisions on board the "Mercury" .
MSA S 989-1310, MdHR 4570-76  1 /6 /4 /2

1778?
*
Provisions on board the "Fly" .
MSA S 989-1311, MdHR 4570-77  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 10.
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, Capt.
Deposition about the release of prisoner Thomas Seon because of lack of evidence.
MSA S 989-1312, MdHR 4570-78  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 10.
SEON, THOMAS (AN).
Promise not to leave state without permission.
MSA S 989-1313, MdHR 4570-79  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 17.
MAGRUDER, HEZEKIAH.
Terms and proposals for taking command of the "Industry" .
MSA S 989-1314, MdHR 4570-80  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Oct. 15.
HOOE, ROBERT T. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Location of the "Washington" and "Lady Washington" .
MSA S 989-1315, MdHR 4570-81  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 14.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to GOV.
Shipment and delivery of provisions.
MSA S 989-1316, MdHR 4570-82  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Sep. 17.
HOOE, ROBERT T. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Acceptability of the terms proposed for the purchase of the "General Smallwood" .
MSA S 989-1317, MdHR 4570-83  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Sep. 21.
HOOE, ROBERT T. to GOV.
Forwarding of bills to Richard Harrison in Martinique.
MSA S 989-1318, MdHR 4570-84  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Sep. 18.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. (BA) to KEEPORTS, GEORGE, Comsy. Stores.
Request for muskets and powder.
MSA S 989-1319, MdHR 4570-85  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Sep.
GERROCKS, SAMUEL (BA).
Sales account for musket powder received from George Keeports.
MSA S 989-1320, MdHR 4570-86  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Sep. 24.
HARDY, THOMAS D. (PG) to GOV.
Rejection by Col. Joshua Beall of a substitute for Levin Wilcoxon.
MSA S 989-1321, MdHR 4570-87  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Oct. 23.
WILLIAMS, BARUCH, Clk. (CE).
List of people who fled the state to join the British army.
MSA S 989-1322, MdHR 4570-88  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Oct. 23.
GOV.
Permission that a citizen be allowed to travel to NY and Philadelphia for private business.
MSA S 989-1323, MdHR 4570-89  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Oct. 26.
GODWIN, AARON (HA) to GOV.
Petition for relief from forfeiture of recognizance.
MSA S 989-1324, MdHR 4570-90  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Oct. 29.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Request for arms.
MSA S 989-1325, MdHR 4570-91  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Oct. 30.
*
Inventory of arms at AN.
MSA S 989-1326, MdHR 4570-92  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Oct. 31.
*
Account of ammunition and carriages at Indian Landing.
MSA S 989-1327, MdHR 4570-93  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 6.
GRIFFIN, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Petition for relief from a fine.
MSA S 989-1328, MdHR 4570-94  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 1.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW; HUTTON, WILLIAM, Capt.
Letter of recommendation for William Griffith.
MSA S 989-1329, MdHR 4570-95  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778?
RANKEN, GEORGE, Clk.
Certification that William Griffin was sworn in before the grand jury.
MSA S 989-1330, MdHR 4570-96  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 2.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. (BA).
Inventory of arms at Fort Whetstone Point.
MSA S 989-1331, MdHR 4570-97  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 3.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. to GOV.
Request an order for clothing for Sam Saddler.
MSA S 989-1332, MdHR 4570-98  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 10.
JOHNSON, BENJAMIN; MURDOCK, GEORGE (Frederick Town).
Account of sales at the gun factory.
MSA S 989-1333, MdHR 4570-99  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 12.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY (AN) to CARROLL, DANIEL.
Notification of election as councillor.
MSA S 989-1334, MdHR 4570-100  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 12.
CARROLL, DANIEL (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-1335, MdHR 4570-101  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 12.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY to LLOYD, EDWARD.
Notification of election as councillor.
MSA S 989-1336, MdHR 4570-102  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 12.
LLOYD, EDWARD (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-1337, MdHR 4570-103  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 19.
HOPEWELL, WILLIAM to CHAILLE, PETER, Col. (WO).
Request for a commission; resignation of Capt. John P. Mitchell.
MSA S 989-1338, MdHR 4570-104  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov. 23.
* ("Friendship" ).
Condemnation of the "Friendship" for state use; inventory of provisions on board.
MSA S 989-1339, MdHR 4570-105  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Nov.
*
Inventory of state arms.
MSA S 989-1340, MdHR 4570-106  1 /6 /4 /2

1778, Oct. 19.
GIST, THOMAS, JR., Col. to GOV.
Recommendations for officer commissions.
MSA S 989-1341, MdHR 4570-107  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Dec. 9.
COUNCIL.
Permission for shipment of flour by David Sewke.
MSA S 989-1342, MdHR 4570-108  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Dec. 16.
LEE, THOMAS SIM (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-1343, MdHR 4570-109  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Dec. 14.
FORMAN, EZEKIEL (Chester) to GOV.
Inquiry whether his attendance is necessary for the meeting of the Board of Military Accounts in AN.
MSA S 989-1344, MdHR 4570-110  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Dec. 16.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA).
Recommendation of George McLochlan as military clothier.
MSA S 989-1345, MdHR 4570-111  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Dec. 24.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Cost of forage and corn.
MSA S 989-1346, MdHR 4570-112  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Dec. 31.
DAVIDSON, JOHN to GOV.
Account of lottery tickets delivered.
MSA S 989-1347, MdHR 4570-113  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Dec. 31.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS to GOV.
Account of U.S. lottery tickets returned to the state.
MSA S 989-1348, MdHR 4570-114  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778, Oct.?
LUTHER, MARTIN, Gen. (BA).
Indictment of Thomas Lowe et al. accused of rioting and looting.
MSA S 989-1349, MdHR 4570-115  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778.
BOSLEY, JAMES; LOVE, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Petition for relief from recognizance penalty imposed during a land dispute case with Charles Gorsuch.
MSA S 989-1350, MdHR 4570-116  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778?
*
Men on the "Baltimore" .
MSA S 989-1351, MdHR 4570-117  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778?
*
Inventory of guns on the "Baltimore" .
MSA S 989-1352, MdHR 4570-118  1 /6 /4 /2.

1778?
*
Men on the "Independence" .
MSA S 989-1353, MdHR 4570-119  1 /6 /4 /2.

1776, Apr. 28.
COMMITTEE OF SAFETY (Williamsburg) to COMMITTEE.
Request of an escort for the safe transfer of Tory prisoners to PA.
MSA S 989-1354, MdHR 4571-01  1 /6 /4 /3.

1775, Jul. 27.
RANDOLPH, PEYTON, Pres. Convention (Richmond, VA).
Support of a resolution to end the exportation of provisions.
MSA S 989-1355, MdHR 4571-02  1 /6 /4 /3.

1775, Jul. 24.
CONVENTION (Richmond, VA).
Resolution to stop the exportation and storage of provisions near navigable waters and to void current sales contracts.
MSA S 989-1356, MdHR 4571-03  1 /6 /4 /3.

1775, Jul. 24.
RANDOLPH, PEYTON, Pres. Convention (VA) to CONVENTION (MD).
Resolution to stop the exportation of provisions.
MSA S 989-1357, MdHR 4571-04  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jan. 27.
COMMITTEE OF SAFETY (VA).
Request for consultation about the mutual defense of the Potomac and other rivers.
MSA S 989-1358, MdHR 4571-05  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Dec. 11.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY (Philadelphia) to PRESIDENT, COUNCIL OF SAFETY (MD).
Transfer of prisoners from Philadelphia to MD.
MSA S 989-1359, MdHR 4571-06  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, May 26.
PENDLETON, EDMUND (Williamsburg, VA) to PRESIDENT OF THE CONVENTION (MD).
Change of course of Lord Dunmore's fleet; need for provisions.
MSA S 989-1360, MdHR 4571-07  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, May. 15.
COMMITTEE OF SAFETY (Fairfax Cty., VA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY (MD).
Request for assistance to defend the Potomac.
MSA S 989-1361, MdHR 4571-08  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Mar. 9.
PENDLETON, EDMUND, (Williamsburg, VA).
Stationing of ships in the Potomac to signal an impending attack.
MSA S 989-1362, MdHR 4571-09  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, May. 15.
PENDLETON, EDMUND, Pres. Committee Saf. (VA).
Declaration that the united colonies are free and independent states; preparation of declaration of rights and a plan of government.
MSA S 989-1363, MdHR 4571-10  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Dec. 21.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES (VA).
Increase of power to the government, Council, and the commander in chief of the American forces.
MSA S 989-1364, MdHR 4571-11  1 /6 /4 /3.

1777, Nov. 28.
GOV.
Proclamation establishing a day of thanksgiving.
MSA S 989-1365, MdHR 4571-12  1 /6 /4 /3.

1779, Feb. 8.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS to GOV.
Inquiry about the next meeting of the Assembly.
MSA S 989-1366, MdHR 4571-13  1 /6 /4 /3.

1777, Aug. 27.
HOOPER, HENRY (Cambridge) to GOV.
Request for arms and medicine.
MSA S 989-1367, MdHR 4571-14  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Mar. 3.
HANSON, JOHN, JR. (Frederick Town) to CONGRESS.
Refusal of an appointment as a collector of gold and silver.
MSA S 989-1368, MdHR 4571-15  1 /6 /4 /3.

1777, Jun. 25.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Location and erection of barracks.
MSA S 989-1369, MdHR 4571-16  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 13.
PAGE, JOHN (Williamsburg, VA).
Enemy fleet has been repulsed sustaining much damage.
MSA S 989-1370, MdHR 4571-17  1 /6 /4 /3.

1775, Jun. 30.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY (PA).
Resolution to provide men, money, and material for the purpose of defense.
MSA S 989-1371, MdHR 4571-18  1 /6 /4 /3.

1779, Jan. 23.
WADSWORTH, JEREMIAH (Philadelphia) to JAY, JOHN.
Request for aid to prevent the distilling of spirits from grain.
MSA S 989-1372, MdHR 4571-19  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 1.
HANSON, JOHN, JR. (Frederick Town) to PRESIDENT, COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
Opinion that the method for arming the men suggested by the Convention will prove ineffective.
MSA S 989-1373, MdHR 4571-20  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 27.
CARROLL, CHARLES, OF CARROLLTON (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Need to appoint a regimental paymaster; request for an ammunition guard.
MSA S 989-1374, MdHR 4571-20  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 15.
BARRETT, LEMUEL, Chm. (Shipton).
Unavailability of lead.
MSA S 989-1375, MdHR 4571-21  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 27.
CARROLL, CHARLES, BARRISTER (Mount Clare) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Mr. Allcock as a capable engineer; transportation of cannon to AN.
MSA S 989-1376, MdHR 4571-22  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 13.
WESTON, JOHN (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Inability to supply guns because of lack of furnace blast.
MSA S 989-1377, MdHR 4571-23  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 14.
SOMERVILLE, ALEXANDER (CV).
Location of vessels; request for orders.
MSA S 989-1378, MdHR 4571-24  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 13.
BARNES, RICHARD (St. Inigoes).
Ship movements on the Bay and the Potomac.
MSA S 989-1379, MdHR 4571-25  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 13.
HINDMAN, JAMES (Oxford) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of prisoners.
MSA S 989-1380, MdHR 4571-26  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, Jul. 13.
HANSON, JOHN, JR. et al. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Thomas Beall for officer's commission.
MSA S 989-1381, MdHR 4571-27  1 /6 /4 /3.

1793, Oct. 9.
ADAMS, SAMUEL (Boston, MA).
Resolutions pertaining to judicial authority and state sovereignty.
MSA S 989-1382, MdHR 4571-28  1 /6 /4 /3.

1793, Dec. 16.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing a resolution and a letter from the governor of VA.
MSA S 989-1383, MdHR 4571-29  1 /6 /4 /3.

1793, Sep. 18.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Gov. (Boston, MA) to MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE.
State's rights and the right of a citizen to sue the state.
MSA S 989-1384, MdHR 4571-30  1 /6 /4 /3.

1793, Sep. 18.
MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATURE to HANCOCK, JOHN, Gov. (MA).
Right of a citizen to obtain justice against the commonwealth.
MSA S 989-1385, MdHR 4571-30  1 /6 /4 /3.

1793, Dec. 5.
LEE, HENRY (Richmond, VA) to GOV.
Legality of a citizen to sue the state.
MSA S 989-1386, MdHR 4571-31  1 /6 /4 /3.

1793, Nov. 28.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES (VA).
Resolution that the Supreme Court's decision allowing a state to be sued by an individual is unconstitutional.
MSA S 989-1387, MdHR 4571-32  1 /6 /4 /3.

1793, Sep. 23.
SENATE (MA).
Resolution to amend the Constitution to disallow the right of a citizen to sue a state.
MSA S 989-1388, MdHR 4571-33  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Feb. 27.
CARROLL, DANIEL to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Criticism of the behavior of Blair McClennechan.
MSA S 989-1389, MdHR 4571-34  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Feb. 26.
CARROLL, DANIEL to MCCLENNECHAN, BLAIR.
Settlement of an account for a tobacco order.
MSA S 989-1390, MdHR 4571-35  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Feb. 26.
MCCLENNECHAN, BLAIR to CARROLL, DANIEL.
Arrival of broken tobacco hogsheads; fulfillment of an order.
MSA S 989-1391, MdHR 4571-36  1 /6 /4 /3.

1782, Dec. 22.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Arrival of news about a negotiated contract agreed to by MD and DE.
MSA S 989-1392, MdHR 4571-37  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Feb. 10.
CARROLL, DANIEL to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Depreciation pay for officers; account of payments received from Mr. Hollingsworth.
MSA S 989-1393, MdHR 4571-38  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Mar. 4.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Concerning receipt of correspondence.
MSA S 989-1394, MdHR 4571-39  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Feb. 25.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia).
Disappointment about not receiving correspondence.
MSA S 989-1395, MdHR 4571-40  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Mar. 24.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Disappointment over lack of correspondence from Messrs. Dorsey & Co.; enclosing money to pay taxes.
MSA S 989-1396, MdHR 4571-41  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Mar. 3.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
All available information has been forwarded.
MSA S 989-1397, MdHR 4571-42  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Mar. 12.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Failure of Mr. McClennechan to pay an account.
MSA S 989-1398, MdHR 4571-43  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Apr. 8.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Receipt of orders on Fox & Dorsey and Mr. Hollingsworth.
MSA S 989-1399, MdHR 4571-44  1 /6 /4 /3.

1782, Oct. 8.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadlephia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Request for funds; consideration of NY's proposal.
MSA S 989-1400, MdHR 4571-45  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Aug. 9.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Princeton) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Receipt of currency from Blair McClennecchan; embarkation of foreign troops for Europe.
MSA S 989-1401, MdHR 4571-46  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Jul. 26.
CARROLL, DANIEL (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Request for an answer pertaining to a monthly supply order.
MSA S 989-1402, MdHR 4571-47  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, May. 13.
CARROLL, DANIEL (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Failure to pay an account by Blair McClennechan.
MSA S 989-1403, MdHR 4571-48  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Aug. 30.
CARROLL, DANIEL; MCHENRY, JAMES (Princeton) to INTENDANT.
Purchase and cost of bills of credit; financial deficiency of the state.
MSA S 989-1404, MdHR 4571-49  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Aug. 30.
MCHENRY, JAMES (Princeton) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Receipt of drafts; distribution of money.
MSA S 989-1405, MdHR 4571-50  1 /6 /4 /3.

1783, Apr. 28.
CARROLL, DANIEL (Philadelphia) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Receipt of supply orders; payment for the army; account of Blair McClennechan.
MSA S 989-1406, MdHR 4571-51  1 /6 /4 /3.

1786, Nov. 5.
MCHENRY, JOHN (NY) to GOV.
Negotiation of treaty with the Emperor of Morocco by Thomas Barclay.
MSA S 989-1407, MdHR 4571-52  1 /6 /4 /3.

1786, Nov. 1.
HENRY, JOHN to GOV.
Distribution of the domestic debt.
MSA S 989-1408, MdHR 4571-53  1 /6 /4 /3.

1786, Oct. 31.
HENRY, JOHN; HARRISON, WILLIAM; RUMSEY, NATHANIEL to GOV.
Application of Charles Lansdale to establish ports from BC to Port Tobacco.
MSA S 989-1409, MdHR 4571-54  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Jun. 6.
PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS to HOWE, RICHARD, Lord; CLINTON, HENRY, Sir.
Response of Congress to king's attempt to end the war.
MSA S 989-1410, MdHR 4571-55  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Jun. 20.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE.
Troop locations and enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-1411, MdHR 4571-56  1 /6 /4 /3.

1779?
FRITZ, HENRY.
Deposition about Capt. Joseph Harrison becoming a traitor.
MSA S 989-1412, MdHR 4571-57  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Jun. 3.
CLINTON, HENRY to WASHINGTON, GEORGE; PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
Transmittal of copies of the conciliatory acts of Parliament.
MSA S 989-1413, MdHR 4571-58  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Jun. 4.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE (Valley Forge) to LAURENS, HENRY.
Transmittal of a packet which contains copies of letters from Lord Howe, Sir Henry Clinton, and acts of Parliament.
MSA S 989-1414, MdHR 4571-58  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, May. 31.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE to CLINTON, HENRY, Sir.
Refusal to meet with the British commanders; all communiciation must be in written form.
MSA S 989-1415, MdHR 4571-58  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, May. 30.
CLINTON, HENRY, Sir (Headquarters) to WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen.
Request for a meeting with Col. Patterson to receive parliamentary dispatches.
MSA S 989-1416, MdHR 4571-58  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, May. 27.
HOWE, WILLIAM, Sir (Philadelphia) to WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen.
Passage of parliamentary acts to quiet colonial disorders.
MSA S 989-1417, MdHR 4571-58  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Jun. 8.
CARROLL, CHARLES, OF CARROLLTON; PLATER, GEORGE (York).
Clothing shortage; evacuation of Philadelphia by the British; concern over the war between Russia and Austria.
MSA S 989-1418, MdHR 4571-59  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Jul. 4.
CHASE, SAMUEL to GOV.
Provisions purchased; army supplies; nonreceipt of intelligence report.
MSA S 989-1419, MdHR 4571-60  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Aug. 11.
CHASE, SAMUEL to GOV.
Delivery of a letter to the Marine Committee.
MSA S 989-1420, MdHR 4571-61  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778?
BROWN, JOHN to CHASE, SAMUEL.
Distribution of provisions from the "Mermaid" .
MSA S 989-1421, MdHR 4571-62  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Aug. 13.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Fleet movements and military engagements.
MSA S 989-1422, MdHR 4571-63  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, May. 3.
CHASE, SAMUEL (Yorktown) to GOV.
Negotiation of European treaties by Benjamin Franklin and the commissioners.
MSA S 989-1423, MdHR 4571-64  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Mar. 24.
FORBES, JAMES (Yorktown) to GOV.
Delivery of currency by Mr. Howard; fleet locations; ratification of the Articles of Confederation.
MSA S 989-1424, MdHR 4571-65  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Mar. 10.
HENRY, JOHN (Yorktown) to GOV.
Congressional allotment of funds for recruiting; ratification of the Articles of Confederation; impending enemy attacks.
MSA S 989-1425, MdHR 4571-66  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Feb. 13.
FORBES, JAMES (Yorktown) to GOV.
Appointment of commissioners to France; purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-1426, MdHR 4571-67  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Jan. 27.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Yorktown).
State of the Continental treasury; recruiting funds; procurement of salt; congressional agreement on a doctrine of retaliation.
MSA S 989-1427, MdHR 4571-68  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Dec. 23.
HENRY, JOHN, JR.; CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Failure of the Marine Committee to make a report; state of the expedition.
MSA S 989-1428, MdHR 4571-69  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Oct. 27.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia).
Embarkation of troops from NY for the West Indies; need for clothing for the army.
MSA S 989-1429, MdHR 4571-70  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, May. 11.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Yorktown) to GOV. (MD).
Delivery of funds by David Poe; permission for Mr. Brown to return to England; evacuation of Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-1430, MdHR 4571-71  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Jun. 26.
PLATER, GEORGE (York) to GOV. (MD).
Enemy troop movement.
MSA S 989-1431, MdHR 4571-72  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Aug. 18.
PLATER, GEORGE (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Purchase of a vessel by the Marine Committee; location of the enemy fleet.
MSA S 989-1432, MdHR 4571-73  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Aug. 25.
PLATER, GEORGE (Philadelphia).
Negotiations for bills of exchange from the French.
MSA S 989-1433, MdHR 4571-74  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Oct. 29.
HENRY, JOHN.
Destination of the enemy fleet; a shipwreck in NJ.
MSA S 989-1434, MdHR 4571-75  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Oct. 20.
WHILTBANK, ABRAHAM, pilot (Lewistown).
Statement concerning proposed invasion of DE by Loyalists in NY.
MSA S 989-1435, MdHR 4571-76  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Oct. 20.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Philadelphia).
Intelligence information obtained from Lord Stirling concerning ship movements.
MSA S 989-1436, MdHR 4571-77  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Sep. 3.
PLATER, GEORGE (Philadelphia).
Enclosing bills of exchange; request to pay Stephen Steward.
MSA S 989-1437, MdHR 4571-78  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Apr. 27.
CARROLL, CHARLES, OF CARROLLTON to GOV.
Terms for peace; treaty negotiations; Henry Clinton to succeeed Gen. Howe.
MSA S 989-1438, MdHR 4571-79  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Feb. 5.
JOHNSTONE, GEORGE (House of Commons) to MORRIS, ROBERT.
Reconciliation between the U.S. and Britain.
MSA S 989-1439, MdHR 4571-80  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Apr. 24.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Yorktown) to GOV.
Acquisition and distribution of funds and supplies.
MSA S 989-1440, MdHR 4571-81  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, Apr. 20.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Yorktown).
Enclosing a copy of alleged laws passed in England; prisoner exchange; insurrection in DE.
MSA S 989-1441, MdHR 4571-82  1 /6 /4 /3.

1778, May. 11.
DUER, WILLIAM; MCKEAN, THOMAS; LEE, RICHARD HENRY (VA) to GOV.
Request to bring traitors to justice.
MSA S 989-1442, MdHR 4571-83  1 /6 /4 /3.

1776, May. 23.
JOHNSON, BAKER (Frederick Town) to TURNER, ZEPHANIAH, Aud. Gen.
Request for payment of militiamen.
MSA S 989-1443, MdHR 4572-01  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Jan. 3.
BOWLES, J. (FR) to SMITH, ROBERT (AN).
Requests for delivery of a petition to the governor on behalf of William Hughes.
MSA S 989-1444, MdHR 4572-02  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Dec. 5.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Alexandria).
Offer to go to the West Indies to purchase arms and ammunition.
MSA S 989-1445, MdHR 4572-03  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
HOWES, JOHN (Georgetown).
Deposition in dispute over landing rights between VA and Georgetown.
MSA S 989-1446, MdHR 4572-04  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
*
Resolution for the formation of committees of observation.
MSA S 989-1447, MdHR 4572-05  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 21.
THOMAS, WILLIAM to LORD PROPRIETOR.
Bond as the naval officer at Pocomoke: See 4572/7.
MSA S 989-1448, MdHR 4572-06  1 /6 /4 /4

1776, Aug. 27.
GODMAN, SAMUEL (AN).
Deposition concerning an armed disruption of an AA election.
MSA S 989-1449, MdHR 4572-08  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Aug. 27.
SELLMAN, JONATHAN, JR.
Deposition concerning an address to the Flying Camp about bearing arms and the right to vote.
MSA S 989-1450, MdHR 4572-09  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Aug. 27.
HOWARD, THOMAS HENRY.
Deposition that Rezin Hammond urged the laying down of arms if men were denied the vote.
MSA S 989-1451, MdHR 4572-10  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Aug. 27?
BURGESS, JOSEPH, Lt.
Deposition concerning AA election and voting rights.
MSA S 989-1452, MdHR 4572-11  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE, Lt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase and delivery of flour.
MSA S 989-1453, MdHR 4572-12  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
*
Resolution concerning the continuation of authority of the FR court.
MSA S 989-1454, MdHR 4572-13  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 9.
FALLIN, DANIEL to CONVENTION.
Disposal of goods taken with Joseph Whayland; distribution of rum and salt.
MSA S 989-1455, MdHR 4572-14  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?, Oct. 9.
HYNES, ANDREW (WA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Readiness of militia company; request for further instructions and money promised by the Convention.
MSA S 989-1456, MdHR 4572-15  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
CLARKE, JAMES et al. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for compensation for the vessels sunk to protect BC from attack.
MSA S 989-1457, MdHR 4572-16  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 10.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt of orders to purchase flour and tobacco.
MSA S 989-1458, MdHR 4572-17  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 13.
HALL, AQUILA to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Officers appointed to a volunteer company formed from the 23rd Batt. in HA; request for cash.
MSA S 989-1459, MdHR 4572-18  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 11.
LUX, WILLIAM (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a commission for the privateer " Harlequin"to sail for Jamaica.
MSA S 989-1460, MdHR 4572-19  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 9.
RAE, WILLIAM to STATE.
Account and receipt for payment of expenses incured for riding express.
MSA S 989-1461, MdHR 4572-20  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 11.
LUX & BOWLEY (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Supply of cordage for vessels.
MSA S 989-1462, MdHR 4572-21  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 13.
EWING, THOMAS, Col. (Camp North Harlem) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Troop engagements; conditions of soldiers and arms.
MSA S 989-1463, MdHR 4572-22  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 10.
CLARKE, JAMES; KEENER, MELCHIOR (AN) to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
Offer to sell produce to the Council.
MSA S 989-1464, MdHR 4572-23  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 30.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. ("Defence") to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Capture of an enemy ship and state of the crew.
MSA S 989-1465, MdHR 4572-24  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 7.
JERVIS, SOLOMON (KE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for an officer's commission.
MSA S 989-1466, MdHR 4572-25  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 8.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Repairing of a ship; request to sell bread.
MSA S 989-1467, MdHR 4572-26  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 7.
HAWKINS, JOSIAS (CH).
Troop unrest within the 12th Batt.
MSA S 989-1468, MdHR 4572-27  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 5.
SHOEMAKER, GILBERT et al. to CONVENTION.
Petition for appointment of officers in the company presently under the command of Capt. Richard Chew.
MSA S 989-1469, MdHR 4572-28  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 5?
SMITH, GILBERT HAMILTON (AA).
Deposition about the alleged remarks made by Capt. Richard Chew concerning voting requirements.
MSA S 989-1470, MdHR 4572-28  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
COOK, JOHN et al. to CONVENTION.
Petition of the Castle Haven Comp. against their captain, Joseph Byers.
MSA S 989-1471, MdHR 4572-29  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 21.
MUSE, THOMAS (Cambridge, DO).
Deposition about the alleged misuse of provisions by Capt. Joseph Byers.
MSA S 989-1472, MdHR 4572-30  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776.
*
Destruction and occupation of private property.
MSA S 989-1473, MdHR 4572-31  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, May. 24.
NIXON, ROBERT; WARD, SETH, Comdr. (SC).
Permission for William Townsend to pass unmolested to MD.
MSA S 989-1474, MdHR 4572-32  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Mar. 18.
TRIPPE, JOHN to STATE.
Account and receipt for provisions.
MSA S 989-1475, MdHR 4572-33  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Mar. 18.
TRIPPE, JOHN to STATE.
Account for provisions.
MSA S 989-1476, MdHR 4572-34  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
PAYNE, JOSEPH, SR.
Deposition about the amount of meat in the possession of William Bennett and his wife.
MSA S 989-1477, MdHR 4572-35  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Sep. 8.
ADLUM, JOHN; THOMAS, PHILIP; JOHNSON, BAKER (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for advice concerning the shipment of powder to Redstone.
MSA S 989-1478, MdHR 4572-38  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 30.
COOK, GEORGE ("Defence") to PLATER, GEORGE (AN).
Capture of a ship sailing from Dominica; supply of water on board ship.
MSA S 989-1479, MdHR 4572-39  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 31.
ADAMS, PETER (Philadelphia).
Request for money.
MSA S 989-1480, MdHR 4572-40  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 28.
CLARKE, JAMES (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Offer to purchase produce; offer to sell a schooner.
MSA S 989-1481, MdHR 4572-41  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 31.
CLARKE, JAMES (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request for a reply to the offer to sell a schooner.
MSA S 989-1482, MdHR 4572-42  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 13.
HUGHES, THOMAS (Charles Town, CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for instructions concerning military supplies; prices of supplies
MSA S 989-1483, MdHR 4572-43  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 30.
BOND, RICHARD, Lt. (CE) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request for funds to set up a gun factory.
MSA S 989-1484, MdHR 4572-44  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 31.
GARRETT, AMOS (Swan Creek) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Distribution of supplies to Capt. Robert Harris.
MSA S 989-1485, MdHR 4572-45  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 28.
WHAYLAND, JOSEPH, JR., prisoner (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition to replace clothing taken on arrest.
MSA S 989-1486, MdHR 4572-46  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 14.
PARSONS, SAMUEL to DUVALL, WILLIAM (Levelgreen).
Dispute over a contract with the Council of Safety; payment for coal.
MSA S 989-1487, MdHR 4572-47  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 27.
TEAMS, FREDERICK (BC).
Request for information about the pay for soldiers and officers; enlistment bounties.
MSA S 989-1488, MdHR 4572-48  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 26.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GILPIN, JOSEPH.
Troop movements and deployment.
MSA S 989-1489, MdHR 4572-49  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 15.
SMITH, RICHARD, Capt. (MO).
Noncommissioned officers and privates in the Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-1490, MdHR 4572-50  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 15.
SMITH, RICHARD (Georgetown).
Shortage of arms and supplies.
MSA S 989-1491, MdHR 4572-51  1 /6 /4 /4.

1781, Jan. 17.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Procurement of beef and pork; troop movements and engagements.
MSA S 989-1492, MdHR 4572-52  1 /6 /4 /4.

1781, Jun. 10.
THOMPSON, JOHN D. to EARLE, RICHARD T. (QA).
Receipt of gunpowder; need for cartridges and cartridge boxes.
MSA S 989-1493, MdHR 4572-53  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 25.
WATKINS, THOMAS, JR. (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enrollment into an artillery company.
MSA S 989-1494, MdHR 4572-54  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 26.
ENNALLS, JOHN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a court-martial against Lt. Stanley Cook.
MSA S 989-1495, MdHR 4572-55  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 25.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM (Fells Point) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Lack of canvas for tents.
MSA S 989-1496, MdHR 4572-56  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Jul. 5.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Order for a court-martial against Capt. John Mackall and Levin Mills of CV.
MSA S 989-1497, MdHR 4572-57  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 24.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM, Maj. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account of the proceedings against Capt. John Mackall and Levin Mills.
MSA S 989-1498, MdHR 4572-58  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 24.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a commission for Gideon Odair as a marine captain.
MSA S 989-1499, MdHR 4572-59  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 21.
MACCUBBIN, NICHOLAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Completion of an order for leather goods; lack of workmen.
MSA S 989-1500, MdHR 4572-60  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 23.
LUX & BOWLEY (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Accounts for cordage and brimstone.
MSA S 989-1501, MdHR 4572-61  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 21.
DEAMS, FREDERICK, Capt. (BA).
Requests for orders about recruitment and procurement supplies.
MSA S 989-1502, MdHR 4572-62  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 29.
RUMSEY, CHARLES, Col. (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Movement of the Northern posts; receipt of supplies.
MSA S 989-1503, MdHR 4572-63  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 20.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Pierre, Martinique).
Imbalance of trade with France.
MSA S 989-1504, MdHR 4572-64  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 2.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Pierre, Martinique).
Shipment of salt and woolens; suggestion of a way to easily interecept West Indian traders.
MSA S 989-1505, MdHR 4572-64  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 19.
GARRETT, AMOS (Swan Creek) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Request for money to purchase supplies.
MSA S 989-1506, MdHR 4572-65  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 16.
GARRETT, AMOS (Swan Creek) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Refers to military supplies; men will use their own.
MSA S 989-1507, MdHR 4572-65  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 29.
GARRETT, AMOS (Swan Creek) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Receipt of supplies.
MSA S 989-1508, MdHR 4572-66  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 18.
RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER (Heights near Harlem) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Payment of the MD troops.
MSA S 989-1509, MdHR 4572-67  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
PLIARNE, PENET & CO. (Nantes) to SECRET COMMITTEE (MD).
Offer to furnish guns, ammunition, and broadcloth.
MSA S 989-1510, MdHR 4572-68  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 20.
RUMSEY, NATHANIEL (Nantes) to CONVENTION.
Recommendation of the Penet Co. as a source for supplies.
MSA S 989-1511, MdHR 4572-69  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 18.
BOND, NATHANIEL (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a militia commission.
MSA S 989-1512, MdHR 4572-70  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 18.
BOND, THOMAS (HA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Problem of securing blankets and linens.
MSA S 989-1513, MdHR 4572-71  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 15.
MACCUBBIN, NICHOLAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information about the purchase of leather.
MSA S 989-1514, MdHR 4572-72  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 16.
PETERS, ROBERT; RICHARDSON, THOMAS (George Town) to JOHNSON, THOMAS (AN).
Request for a legislative answer to the problem of the Ferry sailing between MD and VA.
MSA S 989-1515, MdHR 4572-73  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775.
WILLIAMS, DAVID (WO) to BRUFF, THOMAS.
Information that William Townsend took a sloop from Daniel Boston.
MSA S 989-1516, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775.
RILEY, STEPHEN (Accomac Cty.).
Deposition that William Scarborough offered to arrest leaders of the Colonial opposition on the E.S.
MSA S 989-1517, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 15.
ROBINS, MARY (WO).
Deposition about an alleged Tory meeting involving her husband Josiah, William Barclay Townsend, and Levin Townsend.
MSA S 989-1518, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 16.
PETTITT, EDWARD (WO).
Deposition about an alleged Tory meeting involving William Barclay Townsend and Levin Townsend.
MSA S 989-1519, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 17.
HANDY, WILLIAM.
Deposition that Abraham Gibbs spoke against the American cause.
MSA S 989-1520, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 18.
TOWNSEND, BARCLAY.
Deposition against Benjamin Shockley and his support of the king.
MSA S 989-1521, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 18.
HAMMOND, ISAAC.
Deposition that Benjamin Shockley encouraged individuals not to sign the association.
MSA S 989-1522, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 18.
HAMMOND, NICHOLAS.
Deposition that an alternative association paper was circulated by Benjamin Shockley.
MSA S 989-1523, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 18.
DAVIS, JOHN.
Deposition about Benjamin Shockley and signing the association oath.
MSA S 989-1524, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 19.
LINGO, SMITH.
Deposition that Benjamin Shockley attacked the association.
MSA S 989-1525, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 25.
SELBY, JOSHUA (WO).
Deposition about the acquisition of salt by Levin Townsend.
MSA S 989-1526, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 25.
TOWNSEND, WILLIAM BARCLAY (WO).
Deposition about a secret meeting to obtain salt.
MSA S 989-1527, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 25.
PARKER, SAMUEL (WO).
Deposition pertaining to a gathering of armed citizens.
MSA S 989-1528, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 25.
RAIN, PHILIP (WO).
Deposition that Stanton Atkins claimed an alleged meeting was to defend William Barclay Townsend against the committee.
MSA S 989-1529, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Dec. 5.
HOPKINS, MATTHEW (WO).
Deposition that William Townsend and Levin Townsend refused a summons by WO committee.
MSA S 989-1530, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 30.
CLUFF, THOMAS.
Deposition against William Townsend and Edmond Scarborough.
MSA S 989-1531, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 30.
WILLY, WILLIAM.
Deposition about an opportunity to obtain salt for joining Townsend's group.
MSA S 989-1532, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Dec. 1.
BUTLER, SOLOMON.
Deposition that William Townsend made an offer of salt to those who joined the group.
MSA S 989-1533, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Dec. 1.
VESTRY, HUGH.
Deposition recounting Townsend's recruitment of men.
MSA S 989-1534, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1775, Nov. 30.
WHITE, BARKLY.
Deposition recounting Townsend's recruitment of men.
MSA S 989-1535, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 25.
ROBINS, JOSIAH (WO).
Deposition about an alleged Tory meeting.
MSA S 989-1536, MdHR 4572-74  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 18.
DUVALL, GABRIEL, Clk. Convention.
Order to refer the petition of Basil Clarkson to the Council of Safety; Council of Safety to hear the case against William Barclay Townsend.
MSA S 989-1537, MdHR 4572-75  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Sep. 12.
ROBINS, JOSIAH to TOWNSEND, WILLIAM BARCLAY (AN).
Denial of having sworn an oath stating Townsend's guilt.
MSA S 989-1538, MdHR 4572-76  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 17.
GARRETT, AMOS (Swan Creek) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Collection of blankets and supplies.
MSA S 989-1539, MdHR 4572-77  1 /6 /4 /4

1776, Oct. 17.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation to appoint John David a lieutenant in the navy.
MSA S 989-1540, MdHR 4572-78  1 /6 /4 /4

1776, Oct. 16.
WELLS, GEORGE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information about masting and rigging a row galley.
MSA S 989-1541, MdHR 4572-79  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 16.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information about ship's guns.
MSA S 989-1542, MdHR 4572-80  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 15.
DUVALL, SAMUEL (VA).
Request for payment for coal.
MSA S 989-1543, MdHR 4572-81  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 4.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. ("Defence").
Ship movements and capture of vessels.
MSA S 989-1544, MdHR 4572-82  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 14.
GARRETT, AMOS (HA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Receipt of currency to purchase supplies.
MSA S 989-1545, MdHR 4572-83  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 1.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for nails.
MSA S 989-1546, MdHR 4572-84  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 1.
HUGHES, THOMAS (CE) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Formation and supplies for a new company.
MSA S 989-1547, MdHR 4572-85  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 10.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON.
Shipment of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-1548, MdHR 4572-86  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 10.
HOGMIRE, CONRAD (Hagers Town).
Resignation of commission because of age.
MSA S 989-1549, MdHR 4572-87  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 12.
BEALL, REZIN (York Island).
Enclosing an account for arms and accoutrements.
MSA S 989-1550, MdHR 4572-88  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 12.
HINDMAN, JAMES, Capt. (Philadelphia).
Supply of clothing and provisions; recommendations for promotion; organization of the armed forces.
MSA S 989-1551, MdHR 4572-89  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 13.
BOND, NATHANIEL, Lt. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Status of enlistments.
MSA S 989-1552, MdHR 4572-90  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 8.
BOONE, SAMUEL to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of gunlocks.
MSA S 989-1553, MdHR 4572-91  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 8.
GRIFFITH, CHARLES G., Col. (Morris Heights) to CONVENTION.
Recommendation of Daniel Jenifer Adams for a militia commission.
MSA S 989-1554, MdHR 4572-92  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 3.
RICHARDSON, JOSEPH, JR. (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of arms.
MSA S 989-1555, MdHR 4572-93  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 4.
ROBERTS, R. (Philadelphia) to STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River).
Acquisition of drugs.
MSA S 989-1556, MdHR 4572-94  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 4.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. ("Defence") to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Capture of price ships, location of enemy ships off the FL and GA coast.
MSA S 989-1557, MdHR 4572-95  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 1.
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (BA) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Availability of saltpeter.
MSA S 989-1558, MdHR 4572-96  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 1.
LUX & BOWLEY (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Agreement to supply cordage for vessels.
MSA S 989-1559, MdHR 4572-97  1 /6 /4 /4.

1777?
TRAPNALL, VINCENT to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Petition to be released from confinement.
MSA S 989-1560, MdHR 4572-98  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 18.
CAREY, JOHN.
Deposition that William Smith, J.P. in BA, refused to jail three PA deserters.
MSA S 989-1561, MdHR 4572-99  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 18.
BOSLEY, JAMES to COMMITTEE (BA).
Deposition that Vincent Trapnall attacked him and cursed the committee.
MSA S 989-1562, MdHR 4572-100  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 25.
LUX, WILLIAM, Vice Chm. Committee (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Summons for individuals to appear before the Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-1563, MdHR 4572-101  1 /6 /4 /4.

1777, Feb. 12.
WILMOTT, JOHN (BA).
Account for expenses incurred prosecuting the case against Vincent Trapnall.
MSA S 989-1564, MdHR 4572-102  1 /6 /4 /4.

1777, Feb. 13.
WILMOTT, AQUILA (BA).
Account for expenses incurred while giving evidence against Vincent Trapnall.
MSA S 989-1565, MdHR 4572-103  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 18.
SMITH, JAMES.
Deposition about Vincent Trapnall's violent actions against James Bosley.
MSA S 989-1566, MdHR 4572-104  1 /6 /4 /4.

1777?
TRAPNALL, VINCENT.
Profession of innocence of charges lodged by James Bosley.
MSA S 989-1567, MdHR 4572-105  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 25.
WILMOTT, JOHN (BA).
Deposition about the resistance exhibited to the collection of fines by Vincent Trapnall et al.
MSA S 989-1568, MdHR 4572-106  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 20.
THOMAS, DANIEL; THOMAS, JOHN.
Deposition in support of Vincent Trapnall's actions.
MSA S 989-1569, MdHR 4572-107  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 20.
LOVE, PHILIP et al.
Deposition in support of Vincent Trapnall's actions.
MSA S 989-1570, MdHR 4572-108  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 20.
LOVE, ROBERT; SANFORD, WILLIAM.
Deposition in support of Vincent Trapnall.
MSA S 989-1571, MdHR 4572-109  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 18.
BOSLEY, JAMES.
Order to sell the chattel of Richard Rodes for nonenrollment.
MSA S 989-1572, MdHR 4572-110  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 14.
LOVE, THOMAS, Dr. to BOSLEY, JAMES, Capt.
Account for medical services.
MSA S 989-1573, MdHR 4572-111  1 /6 /4 /4.

1777, Jan. 14.
SMITH, JAMES to STATE.
Account of expenses incurred during the proceedings against Vincent Trapnall.
MSA S 989-1574, MdHR 4572-112  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Aug. 13.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Procurement of vessels.
MSA S 989-1575, MdHR 4572-113  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Aug. 17.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment of nails; procurement of vessels.
MSA S 989-1576, MdHR 4572-114  1 /6 /4 /4

1776.
*
Members of Aug. Convention.
MSA S 989-1577, MdHR 4572-115  1 /6 /4 /4.

1777, Jan. 25.
OGLEBY, JAMES.
Deposition about James Bosley's encounter with Vincent Trapnall.
MSA S 989-1578, MdHR 4572-116  1 /6 /4 /4.

1777?
GORSUCH, CHARLES, SR. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition requesting that James Bosley be denied permission to carry weapons.
MSA S 989-1579, MdHR 4572-117  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Aug. 22.
OGILVY, WILLIAM (Pensacola) to SIMPSON, JOHN (London).
Settlement of accounts; confrontation with the Indians.
MSA S 989-1580, MdHR 4572-118  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Sep. 29.
PAYNE, ROBERT (St. Augustine) to NIXON, THOMAS, merchant (London).
Shipment and sale of slaves in GA.
MSA S 989-1581, MdHR 4572-119  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Jul. 20.
GORDON, ARTHUR (St. Augustine) to JOHNSON, GRAHAM & CO., merchants (London).
Bill of exchange for Robert Payne.
MSA S 989-1582, MdHR 4572-120  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Aug. 4.
PANTON, FORBES & CO. (St. Augustine) to STRACHAN, DAVIS & CO., merchants (London).
Bill of exchange for Luciano De Herrera.
MSA S 989-1583, MdHR 4572-121  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Aug. 26.
MAN, SPENCER; ALEXANDER, WILLIAM (St. Augustine) to MASON, KENDER; JONES, ARTHUR (London).
Bill of exchange for Collin McKenzie.
MSA S 989-1584, MdHR 4572-122  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Sep. 13.
YOST, JOHN (George Town) to COMMITTEE ON MANUFACTORIES (AN).
Manufacturing of guns.
MSA S 989-1585, MdHR 4572-123  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
*
Resolution to hold a new election in WA to decide on a location for the courthouse.
MSA S 989-1586, MdHR 4572-124  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
*
Resolution to clear vessels on the Pocomoke River.
MSA S 989-1587, MdHR 4572-125  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776?
*
Resolution that the wills of sixteen- to twenty-one-year-old individuals who died in battle are legal.
MSA S 989-1588, MdHR 4572-126  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Aug. 27.
HARWOOD, THOMAS (AN).
Deposition about an armed intrusion during an election.
MSA S 989-1589, MdHR 4572-127  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Oct. 23.
COMBS, JOHN, Clk. Committee (Chestertown) to CONVENTION.
Decision not to guard William Slubey on his way to the Convention.
MSA S 989-1590, MdHR 4572-128  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Jun. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA).
Delivery of flour.
MSA S 989-1591, MdHR 4572-129  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 19.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
Shipment and supply of bread and flour.
MSA S 989-1592, MdHR 4572-130  1 /6 /4 /4.

1776, Nov. 18.
BROWN, GEORGE to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
Deposition about the purchase of livestock which had been sold at public vendue.
MSA S 989-1593, MdHR 4572-131  1 /6 /4 /4.

1777, Jan. 7.
HALL, AQUILA (HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of James Allison for a commission as ensign or lieutenant.
MSA S 989-1594, MdHR 4573-01  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Dec. 20.
ADAMS, DANIEL J. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a commission.
MSA S 989-1595, MdHR 4573-02  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 30.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Officers' appointments.
MSA S 989-1596, MdHR 4573-03  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun.
LUX & BOWLEY (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Unloading and discharge of the "Fortune".
MSA S 989-1597, MdHR 4573-04  1 /6 /4 /5

1776, Jan. 17.
HOOE, ROBERT to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Capt. William Campbell and Capt. Belain Posey for commissions in the Army.
MSA S 989-1598, MdHR 4573-05  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Apr. 29.
RINGGOLD, WILLIAM (Chester Town) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Recommendation of Jesse Cosden, Jr., and Abraham Falconar for military posiitons.
MSA S 989-1599, MdHR 4573-06  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Mar. 21.
LOVE, SAMUEL (Piccowaxen) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Recommendation of William Courts for a commission; gold exchange.
MSA S 989-1600, MdHR 4573-07  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Dec. 28.
ARCHER, JOHN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of James Allison for a commission.
MSA S 989-1601, MdHR 4573-08  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 17.
COMMITTEE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Loss of gunpowder and attempt to procure additional powder by Dr. Stevenson, a nonassociator.
MSA S 989-1602, MdHR 4573-09  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 3.
RINGGOLD, JAMES, Lt. (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-1603, MdHR 4573-10  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jan. 3.
CONVENTION to RINGGOLD, JAMES.
Commission as lieutenant in the light infantry.
MSA S 989-1604, MdHR 4573-11  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 5.
BEALL, SAMUEL, JR., Chm. Committee Obs. (FR).
Recommendation of militia officers for commissions.
MSA S 989-1605, MdHR 4573-12  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 6.
STEWARD, DAVID; WOOLSEY, GEORGE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Forwarding of an account of disbursements for the "Resolution".
MSA S 989-1606, MdHR 4573-13  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 6.
WOOLSEY, GEORGE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Need for funds; sailing of the "Rodger".
MSA S 989-1607, MdHR 4573-14  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 7.
JOHNSON, BAKER, Col. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
List of officers recommended for commissions.
MSA S 989-1608, MdHR 4573-15  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 7.
JOHNSON, BAKER, Col. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY (AN).
Request for commission for the enclosed list of officers: See 4573/15.
MSA S 989-1609, MdHR 4573-16  1 /6 /4 /5

1776, Jun. 7.
DUGAN, CUMBERLAND (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Unloading provisions from the "Ninety-Two"; baking bread.
MSA S 989-1610, MdHR 4573-17  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776?
SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (CA).
Proceedings of the meeting pertaining to charges against Cornelius Hogan.
MSA S 989-1611, MdHR 4573-18  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 11.
DICKINSON, CHARLES (CA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council of Saf.
Enclosing committee proceedings.
MSA S 989-1612, MdHR 4573-19  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 11.
SMITH, JOHN & SONS (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-1613, MdHR 4573-20  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 11.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (Princess Anne, SO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for permission to change the position of Capt. John Gunby's Comp.
MSA S 989-1614, MdHR 4573-21  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 11.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, Chm Committee of Obs. (CV) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Quartering of troops.
MSA S 989-1615, MdHR 4573-22  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776?
BETTON, TURBUTT, JR. (QA) to CONVENTION.
Controversy about appointment of officers; petition for protection of effects from confiscation and sale.
MSA S 989-1616, MdHR 4573-23  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (QA) to YOUNG, PHILEMON.
Warrant to sell the effects of Turbutt Betton.
MSA S 989-1617, MdHR 4573-24  1 /6 /4 /5

1776, Jul. 9.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique).
Account for shipment of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-1618, MdHR 4573-25  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 15.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Eustatia).
Purchase of the "Friendship"; shipment of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-1619, MdHR 4573-25  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 17.
SHOLLY, PETER (FR) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-1620, MdHR 4573-26  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 18.
HALL, RICHARD BENNETT, Capt. (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a court-martial of James Mullikin for using abusive information.
MSA S 989-1621, MdHR 4573-27  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 19.
DUGAN, CUMBERLAND (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment of flour.
MSA S 989-1622, MdHR 4573-28  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 20.
HUNTER, DAVID, JR. (CV).
Deposition about the alleged Loyalist activities of William Waller.
MSA S 989-1623, MdHR 4573-29  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 20.
HUNTER, DAVID (CV).
Deposition against alleged Loyalist, William Waller.
MSA S 989-1624, MdHR 4573-29  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 25.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (AN).
Resolution to send William Waller to the Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-1625, MdHR 4573-29  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 19.
DELOPLAIN, JOSHUA (FR) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Refusal of a commission; recommendation of George Brown.
MSA S 989-1626, MdHR 4573-30  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 22.
WOOD, JOSEPH (FR) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request formilitia commissions.
MSA S 989-1627, MdHR 4573-31  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 22.
GARRETT, AMOS (Swan Creek) to RUMSEY, BENAJAMIN (AN).
Shipment of bayonets.
MSA S 989-1628, MdHR 4573-32  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 22.
JOHNSON, EDWARD, Dr. (CV) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Quality, variety, and manufacture of salt.
MSA S 989-1629, MdHR 4573-33  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 22.
JOHNSON, EDWARD, Clk. (CV) to SOMERVILLE, ALEXANDER, Lt. Col. (AN).
Forwarding accounts of the militia.
MSA S 989-1630, MdHR 4573-34  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776?
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Account of men and guns on Gwinn's Island.
MSA S 989-1631, MdHR 4573-35  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 21.
LUX & BOWLEY to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Invoice for flour shipped on the "Three Sisters".
MSA S 989-1632, MdHR 4573-36  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 21.
HANDY, JOSEPH to LUX & BOWLEY.
Receipt for flour.
MSA S 989-1633, MdHR 4573-37  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 22.
HANDY, JOSEPH (BA).
Receipt for flour and bread for the "Three Sisters".
MSA S 989-1634, MdHR 4573-38  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 22.
DUGAN, CUMBERLAND (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Quality of flour received on the "Three Sisters".
MSA S 989-1635, MdHR 4573-39  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 23.
LUX, WILLIAM (Snow Hill) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Mr. Brown for a commission.
MSA S 989-1636, MdHR 4573-40  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 26.
GALLOWAY, SAMUEL (West River) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for the apprehension of escaped servants.
MSA S 989-1637, MdHR 4573-41  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776?
NIVEN, WILLIAM.
Description of escaped servant, Joseph Hallam.
MSA S 989-1638, MdHR 4573-42  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776?
*
Description of John Wilson, escaped servant of John Campbell Lindsay.
MSA S 989-1639, MdHR 4573-43  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776?
SCOTT, JOHN DAY.
Description of deserter John Nottingham.
MSA S 989-1640, MdHR 4573-44  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 26.
MURDOCK, JOHN, Col. (FR).
Account of arms in the battalion; request for money; recommendation of Edward Burgess and himself for commissions.
MSA S 989-1641, MdHR 4573-45  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, May. 5.
HOPKINS, GERRARD (BA).
Account of a shipment of fabric and arms.
MSA S 989-1642, MdHR 4573-46  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, May. 6.
PORTTEUS, ROBERT (BA).
Request for a commission.
MSA S 989-1643, MdHR 4573-47  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776?
*
Instructions pertaining to organization of the militia.
MSA S 989-1644, MdHR 4573-48  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, May. 6.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for orders to remove sunken ships at Whetstone.
MSA S 989-1645, MdHR 4573-49  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, May. 6.
WOOLSEY, GEORGE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Detention of and cargo on the "Rogers".
MSA S 989-1646, MdHR 4573-50  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 28.
TYSON, ELISHA.
Proposal to build a gunpowder mill with a loan from the Convention.
MSA S 989-1647, MdHR 4573-51  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 28.
LUX, WILLIAM (Snow Hill) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Letter of recommendation for Mr. Brown; request for orders to transport a swivel and arms.
MSA S 989-1648, MdHR 4573-52  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 14.
HARRIS, BENTON, Chm. Committee to GIST, MORDECAI, Maj.
Recommendation of William Brown for a militia commission.
MSA S 989-1649, MdHR 4573-53  1 /6 /4 /5.

1777, Jul. 20.
ANDERSON, ARCHIBALD (Fish Kill) to GOV.
Suspicion that Capt. Frazier is detaining deserter John O'Brien.
MSA S 989-1650, MdHR 4573-54  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 21.
MONTAGU, GEORGE ("Fowey" off AN) to CARROLL, CHARLES.
Arrival of the "Fowey" to take Gov. Eden and his effects on board.
MSA S 989-1651, MdHR 4573-55  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 25.
MONTAGU, GEORGE ("Fowey" off AN) to PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information concerning delay of the boat carrying Gov. Eden's baggage.
MSA S 989-1652, MdHR 4573-56  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 23.
MONTAGU, GEORGE ("Fowey" off AN) to EDEN, ROBERT.
Notification that the "Fowey" is available for his departure.
MSA S 989-1653, MdHR 4573-57  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 23.
COOK, GEORGE ("Defence") to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Ship locations.
MSA S 989-1654, MdHR 4573-58  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 24.
COOK, GEORGE (New Point Comfort) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Conditions on board ship.
MSA S 989-1655, MdHR 4573-59  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 25.
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (BC) to CARROLL, CHARLES, BARRISTER (Mount Clare).
Disagreement with a Council of Safety order to deliver all medical supplies to Dr. Richard Tootell.
MSA S 989-1656, MdHR 4573-60  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 19.
TOOTELL, RICHARD, Dr. (AN) to WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (BC).
Request to send all medical supplies to the AN military hospital.
MSA S 989-1657, MdHR 4573-61  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 24.
COOK, GEORGE ("Defence") to BOUCHER, JOHN, Comdr. ("Congress"); BROOK, Capt. ("Liberty").
Request to retrieve a lost anchor.
MSA S 989-1658, MdHR 4573-62  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 24.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. (Off Point Lookout) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Loss of an anchor; plans to obtain another at Gwynn's Island.
MSA S 989-1659, MdHR 4573-63  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 25.
WOOTON, RICHARD to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Return of his militia commission.
MSA S 989-1660, MdHR 4573-64  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 3.
CHAMBERLAINE, JAMES LLOYD, Brig. Gen. (TA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Hiring of a guard for the TA magazine.
MSA S 989-1661, MdHR 4573-65  1 /6 /4 /5.

1777?
CHAMBERLAINE, JAMES LLOYD.
List of regular officers.
MSA S 989-1662, MdHR 4573-66  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 26.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Letter of recommendation for Lt. Henry Dobson; arrival of an oak shipment.
MSA S 989-1663, MdHR 4573-67  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 27.
DRIVER, MATTHEW, Maj.; STAINTON, BENSON, Lt. Col. (CA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of William Haslett as captain, Ambrose Mitchell and John Millbourn Walls as lieutenant, and William Shipley as ensign in a new company.
MSA S 989-1664, MdHR 4573-68  1 /6 /4 /5

1776, Sep. 28.
CALWELL, SAMUEL (HA) to CONVENTION.
Resignation of commission because of his men's cowardice.
MSA S 989-1665, MdHR 4573-69  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 18.
GOLDSBOROUGH, GREENSBURY (Chester Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for order on the W.S.T. to purchase blankets and muskets.
MSA S 989-1666, MdHR 4573-70  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 19.
TRAVERS, WILLIAM, Col. (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for court-martial against Lt. Levi Willin and Ens. Job Todd.
MSA S 989-1667, MdHR 4573-71  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 19.
JOHNSON, JAMES, Col. (FR) to CONVENTION.
Readiness of a company to march.
MSA S 989-1668, MdHR 4573-72  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 19.
GANTT, THOMAS, III to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Recommendation of Thomas N. Stockett as assistant surgeon.
MSA S 989-1669, MdHR 4573-73  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 19.
SIM, JOSEPH, Col. (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Capt. Levin Covington to command a new company; request for money for bounty and arms.
MSA S 989-1670, MdHR 4573-74  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 20.
WRIGHT, THOMAS, Col. (QA) to PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Dispute about selection of officers.
MSA S 989-1671, MdHR 4573-75  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 20.
PORTER, ANDREW, Dr. (CE).
Request for appointment as surgeon.
MSA S 989-1672, MdHR 4573-76  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 20.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of the vessel mentioned by Cumberland Dugan.
MSA S 989-1673, MdHR 4573-77  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 20.
DUGAN, CUMBERLAND (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment of provisions; commodity prices and trade in Boston.
MSA S 989-1674, MdHR 4573-77  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, May 29.
NICOLLS, ROBERT LLOYD, Paymaster (TA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for order on the E.S.T. to pay the troops.
MSA S 989-1675, MdHR 4573-78  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 22.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Suggestion to ship bread on the " Resolution"and return with a cargo of salt.
MSA S 989-1676, MdHR 4573-79  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776.
*
Reward offer and description of Tories who escaped from the Frederick Town jail.
MSA S 989-1677, MdHR 4573-80  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 23.
SIM, JOSEPH, Col. (Upper Marlborough) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission; bounty payments to new officers.
MSA S 989-1678, MdHR 4573-81  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, May 31.
HALL, JOHN; HAMMOND, REZIN; WORTHINGTON, NICHOLAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for powder and flint for the 7th Batt.
MSA S 989-1679, MdHR 4573-82  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 18.
ROYAL TRAIN OF ARTILLERY (AN) to CONVENTION.
Request for an increase in pay.
MSA S 989-1680, MdHR 4573-83  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 12.
THOMAS, PHILLIP, Committee of Correspondence (Frederick Town) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention
Request for orders about deserters and sick soldiers.
MSA S 989-1681, MdHR 4573-84  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776.
SELBY, JOSHUA ROBERT.
Verification that Caleb Hayley was hurt while on duty.
MSA S 989-1682, MdHR 4573-85  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 10.
WILLIAMS, THOMAS; MACGILL, JOHN; DUVALL, MARSH M. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Verification that Caleb Hayley was hurt while on duty.
MSA S 989-1683, MdHR 4573-85  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 10.
HAYLEY, CALEB (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for compensation for an injury obtained while on duty.
MSA S 989-1684, MdHR 4573-85  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Oct. 26.
WOOLTON, RICHARD to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Verification that Caleb Hayley was hurt while on duty.
MSA S 989-1685, MdHR 4573-85  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 18.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Dissolution of committee; forwarding accounts for guns and blankets; plans to send Capt. Robert Harris and detachment where ordered; requests money for arms, blankets, and bounty.
MSA S 989-1686, MdHR 4573-86  1 /6 /4 /5

1776, Sep. 30.
ADAMS, DANIEL J. (Camp Morrises Heights) to CONVENTION.
Request for a commission.
MSA S 989-1687, MdHR 4573-87  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 7.
NICHOLSON, BENJAMIN.
Enclosing requisition to put part of the militia on duty.
MSA S 989-1688, MdHR 4573-88  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 8.
NICHOLSON, BENJAMIN to COMMANDING OFFICER (Independent Comp., BC).
Request for company to be placed on guard.
MSA S 989-1689, MdHR 4573-88  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 4.
THOMAS, JOHN ALLEN (Harlem) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for assistance for sick soldiers.
MSA S 989-1690, MdHR 4573-89  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 2.
BURNELL, JOHN (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a commission.
MSA S 989-1691, MdHR 4573-90  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 20.
DEAKINS, WILLIAM, JR. (FR) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Arrival of orders for his brother, Leonard; recommendation of Sgt. Dennis Griffith for a commission; receipt of cash.
MSA S 989-1692, MdHR 4573-91  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776.
*
Draft of a bill pertaining to changing bills in Convention.
MSA S 989-1693, MdHR 4573-92  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 21.
COMMITTEE (BA) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Recommendation of Robert Wilmott for a commission.
MSA S 989-1694, MdHR 4573-92  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 1.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (Gilpins Point) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Joseph Richardson for a commission; request for cash to pay for arms; marching of troops.
MSA S 989-1695, MdHR 4573-93  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 1.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Elk) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money for supplies.
MSA S 989-1696, MdHR 4573-94  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 1.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to stop Mr. Middleton's privateer and search for deserters; condition of vessels.
MSA S 989-1697, MdHR 4573-95  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 28.
HALL, JOHN to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Resignation as judge of the Court of Admiralty.
MSA S 989-1698, MdHR 4573-96  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money to supply troops.
MSA S 989-1699, MdHR 4573-97  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776?
*
List of counties and unidentifiable numbers.
MSA S 989-1700, MdHR 4573-98  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 5.
EWING, THOMAS (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Settlement of debts with the province.
MSA S 989-1701, MdHR 4573-98  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 17.
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM, Col. to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Nomination of officers; solicitation of volunteers; request for money.
MSA S 989-1702, MdHR 4573-99  1 /6 /4 /5

1776, Sep. 17.
MCFADON, ALEXANDER (George Town) to COMMITTEE FOR MANUFACTORIES.
Conditions of his linen manufacturing plant.
MSA S 989-1703, MdHR 4573-100  1 /6 /4 /5

1776, Sep. 17.
STAINTON, BENSON (CA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Request for court-martial of Capt. John Fauntleroy.
MSA S 989-1704, MdHR 4573-101  1 /6 /4 /5

1776, Sep. 16.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment of provisions; trade in VA and Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-1705, MdHR 4573-102  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 16.
TYLER, ROBERT, Col. to CONVENTION.
Failure to acquire recruits.
MSA S 989-1706, MdHR 4573-103  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 16.
WEEMS, JOHN; HARWOOD, RICHARD, JR.; GALLOWAY, JOSEPH to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Capt. Thomas Watkins and John James, Jr., for commissions.
MSA S 989-1707, MdHR 4573-104  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 16.
DORSEY, THOMAS, Col. (AA) to CONVENTION.
Recommendation of officers for commissions.
MSA S 989-1708, MdHR 4573-105  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 13.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR., Chm. Committee (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request that Job Green, a suspected Loyalist, be refused a permit of departure.
MSA S 989-1709, MdHR 4573-106  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Aug. 28.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR., Chm. Committee (BA) to GREEN, JOB.
Permit to load the "Two Brothers" for departure to designated ports.
MSA S 989-1710, MdHR 4573-107  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 13.
CLARKE, JAMES (BA).
Deposition that he has no connection with the voyage of Job Green.
MSA S 989-1711, MdHR 4573-108  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 13.
LUX, GEORGE, Clk. Committee (BA).
Refusal to allow Job Green to leave port.
MSA S 989-1712, MdHR 4573-109  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 5.
TAYLOR, WILLIAM et al. (CH) to GOV.; COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendations for tobacco inspectors.
MSA S 989-1713, MdHR 4573-110  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 9.
SMITH, CHARLES S. (CH) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Council Saf.
Resignation of militia commission.
MSA S 989-1714, MdHR 4573-111  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 7.
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (BC) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Recommendation of Dr. Andrew Porter as a surgeon.
MSA S 989-1715, MdHR 4573-112  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 7.
STEWART, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Readiness of vessels.
MSA S 989-1716, MdHR 4573-113  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 6.
DALLAM, RICHARD (Brunswick, NJ) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Introduction of James May who will be taking temporary charge of the gun factory.
MSA S 989-1717, MdHR 4573-114  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Sep. 26.
RUMSEY, CHARLES; HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY; PARKER, EDWARD (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Attempts to raise and supply a militia company.
MSA S 989-1718, MdHR 4573-115  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 2.
CARROLL, CHARLES, BARRISTER (Mount Clare).
Attempt to secure a vessel; flour shipment.
MSA S 989-1719, MdHR 4573-116  1 /6 /4 /5.

1776, Jun. 14.
JOHNSON, EDWARD, Dr. (Lower Marlboro) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Location of deposits and progress of saltpeter manufacturing.
MSA S 989-1720, MdHR 4573-117  1 /6 /4 /5.

1775, Dec. 20.
COMMITTEE (Chester Town, KE) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Recommendation of James Ringgold, Thomas Smyth, Alexander Anderson, and Benjamin Chambers for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-1721, MdHR 4573-118  1 /6 /4 /5.

1775, Dec. 18.
SMYTH, THOMAS, Chm. Committee (Chester Town) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Recommendation of John Watkins, a former British officer, for a militia commission.
MSA S 989-1722, MdHR 4573-119  1 /6 /4 /5.

1775, Dec. 26.
LOVE, SAMUEL (Piccawaxen) to SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Col. (AN).
Recommendation of William Courts for a militia commission.
MSA S 989-1723, MdHR 4573-120  1 /6 /4 /5.

1775, Dec. 30.
TAYLOR, WILLIAM (AN) to CONVENTION.
Request to be made a recruiting sergeant.
MSA S 989-1724, MdHR 4573-121  1 /6 /4 /5.

1775, Oct. 28.
GILLON, ALEXANDER.
Method of importing supplies and arms from Holland.
MSA S 989-1725, MdHR 4574-01  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Oct. 18.
JOHNSON, BAKER (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enrollment and commission for military companies.
MSA S 989-1726, MdHR 4574-02  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Oct. 14.
MATHEWS, GEORGE (Kingsbury) to PURVIANCE, SAMUEL (BC).
Production and costs of finishing iron guns.
MSA S 989-1727, MdHR 4574-03  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Oct. 7.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to DEAKINS, WILLIAM (George Town).
Provisions for gun purchase.
MSA S 989-1728, MdHR 4574-04  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Oct. 2.
DEAKINS, WILLIAM, JR. (George Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a decision pertaining to the purchase of guns.
MSA S 989-1729, MdHR 4574-04  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Oct. 4.
STRICKER, GEORGE (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Council of Safety's authority to distribute arms.
MSA S 989-1730, MdHR 4574-05  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Sep. 20.
BEATTY, CHARLES (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Contract terms for arms supply.
MSA S 989-1731, MdHR 4574-06  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Sep. 15.
JOHNSON, BAKER; BEATTY, CHARLES (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Procurement of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-1732, MdHR 4574-07  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Nov. 10.
TYLER, ROBERT (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Election of field officers by battalion companies.
MSA S 989-1733, MdHR 4574-08  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Nov. 2.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard).
Supply, distribution, and availability of arms and powder; request for the position of commissary or quartermaster.
MSA S 989-1734, MdHR 4574-09  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Dec. 28.
HAIR, JOHN? (St. Eustatia).
Capture and sale of a vessel and cargo
MSA S 989-1735, MdHR 4570-10  1 /6 /4 /6

1775, Mar. 11.
GALLOWAY, JOSEPH, Maj. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Location of ships and troops.
MSA S 989-1736, MdHR 4574-11  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 29.
BORDLEY, JOHN BEALE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Decline as appointment to the Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-1737, MdHR 4574-12  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Sep. 1.
JENINGS, THOMAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Plans for a trip to England.
MSA S 989-1738, MdHR 4574-13  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 29.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to GOV.
Conditions in the province.
MSA S 989-1739, MdHR 4574-14  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 19.
BEALL, JOSHUA; HARRISON, JOHN (PG) to GOV.
Conviction of Negro Cesar for burning a tobacco barn.
MSA S 989-1740, MdHR 4574-15  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Jun. 29.
LEE, THOMAS SIM, Clk. (PG).
Court proceedings against a Negro slave accused of burning a tobacco barn.
MSA S 989-1741, MdHR 4574-16  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 4.
HENDERSON, RICHARD (Bladensburgh) to CONVENTION.
Petition pertaining to the escape of George Munro.
MSA S 989-1742, MdHR 4574-17  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 2.
BEATTY, CHARLES et al.
Report of the committee on the manufacturing of arms.
MSA S 989-1743, MdHR 4574-18  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Jul. 27.
CHRISTIE, JAMES, JR. (BA) to CONVENTION.
Memorial pertaining to political views and behavior.
MSA S 989-1744, MdHR 4574-19  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 3.
MACGILL, THOMAS (PG).
Deposition of violence perpetrated against Richard Henderson.
MSA S 989-1745, MdHR 4574-20  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 11.
LUX, WILLIAM; RIDLEY, MATTHEW (AN) to CONVENTION.
Request for permission to sail the "Nancy".
MSA S 989-1746, MdHR 4574-21  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776?
*
FR Middle District officers' commissions.
MSA S 989-1747, MdHR 4574-22  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Sep. 2.
BROWN, THOMAS (Redstone, Fort Byrd) to STRICKER, GEORGE, Capt. (Frederick Town).
Request to purchase ammunition for use against the Indians.
MSA S 989-1748, MdHR 4574-23  1 /6 /4 /6

1775, Sep. 8.
STRICKER, GEORGE, Capt. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a supply of powder for Thomas Brown.
MSA S 989-1749, MdHR 4574-24  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775?
PACA, WILLIAM to CARROLL, CHARLES.
Need for powder at Redstone.
MSA S 989-1750, MdHR 4574-25  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775?
CARROLL, CHARLES to PACA, WILLIAM.
Agreement to supply powder to Redstone.
MSA S 989-1751, MdHR 4574-25  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Sep. 10.
CARROLL, CHARLES, OF CARROLLTON (AN).
Collection of powder for the people at Redstone.
MSA S 989-1752, MdHR 4574-26  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775?
*
Information pertaining to Baker Johnson's Militia Batt.
MSA S 989-1753, MdHR 4574-27  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 2.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (Melvill's Warehouse, CA).
Proceedings concerning opposition to mustering of the militia.
MSA S 989-1754, MdHR 4574-28  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Jul. 24.
CHRISTIE, JAMES, JR.
Oath and bond not to leave the province.
MSA S 989-1755, MdHR 4574-29  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Jul. 13-24.
LUX, WILLIAM, Sec. Committee.
Evidence and proceedings against James Christie, Jr., for alleged Loyalist activities.
MSA S 989-1756, MdHR 4574-30  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775?
OGG, ALEXANDER (CV) to CONVENTION.
Petition for forgiveness for violating the Continental Association.
MSA S 989-1757, MdHR 4574-31  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 4.
TOLSON, JOHN (Piscataway, PG) to COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (PG).
Deposition concerning the activities of Christopher Lowndes.
MSA S 989-1758, MdHR 4574-32  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Aug. 7.
WILLIAMS, THOMAS, Clk. Committee Obs. (PG) to CONVENTION.
Examination of Christopher Lowndes.
MSA S 989-1759, MdHR 4574-33  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775?
CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD; LILBURN, WILLIAM (SM) to CONVENTION.
Petition defending their actions as factors.
MSA S 989-1760, MdHR 4574-34  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Jul. 18-22.
BOWES, TIMOTHY, Clk. Committee (SM).
Proceedings against Archibald Campbell and William Lilburn.
MSA S 989-1761, MdHR 4574-35  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Oct. 16.
SHEAFF, HENRY et al. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Application for recognition and supplies needed by a newly formed artillery company.
MSA S 989-1762, MdHR 4574-36  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Dec. 19.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BC).
Militia roster of officers and privates.
MSA S 989-1763, MdHR 4574-37  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Sep. 22.
STEPHENS, PHILLIP (Admiralty Office).
Identifying signals used by the British fleet in America.
MSA S 989-1764, MdHR 4574-38  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775, Oct. 19.
ROBINSON, JOHN (Treasury Chamber).
Instructions identifying the naval signals of the British fleet in America.
MSA S 989-1765, MdHR 4574-38  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 4.
WEST, STEPHEN to HALL, JOHN.
Cost and supply of arms.
MSA S 989-1766, MdHR 4574-39  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776.
MCGUIRE, MICHAEL et al. (FR) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Controversy over the appointment of officers in the 35th Batt.
MSA S 989-1767, MdHR 4574-40  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Mar. 24.
WILLIAMS, BARUCH (Charles Town) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-1768, MdHR 4574-41  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Mar. 3.
WILLIAMS, BARUCH, Capt. et al. (Charles Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition to replace Capt. Williams with Jeremiah Baker as militia commander.
MSA S 989-1769, MdHR 4574-42  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776.
JOHNSON, GEORGE, Col. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to comply with the petition against Capt. Williams.
MSA S 989-1770, MdHR 4574-42  1 /6 /4 /6.

1775?
BAILEY, JOHN (CH) to CONVENTION.
Petition for forgiveness of conduct against the Association.
MSA S 989-1771, MdHR 4574-43  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 3.
DENNIS, R., Clk. Committee Obs. (WO).
Certification of elections in Elijah Shockley's Comp.
MSA S 989-1772, MdHR 4574-44  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 2.
BAXTER, JOHN (BC).
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-1773, MdHR 4574-45  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 5.
MAGRUDER, ZADOCK, Col. (Rock Creek) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Assignment of prisoner guards.
MSA S 989-1774, MdHR 4574-46  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 3.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BC).
Request for a copy to a letter to Capt. Smith.
MSA S 989-1775, MdHR 4574-47  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Jun. 6.
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM Col. (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Volunteer of services as military victualer.
MSA S 989-1776, MdHR 4574-48  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776?
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM, Col.
Muster roll of the Baltimore Batt.
MSA S 989-1777, MdHR 4574-49  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 23.
WOOLSEY, GEORGE (BA).
Request for sailing permission for the "Rogers".
MSA S 989-1778, MdHR 4574-50  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Jun. 27.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW, Brig. Gen. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Plan for militia organization.
MSA S 989-1779, MdHR 4574-51  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Jun. 27.
HINDMAN, JAMES (Oxford).
Loading stock on board the "Fowey"; request for funds for soldier's clothing.
MSA S 989-1780, MdHR 4574-52  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR., Chm. Committee et al. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Formation of militia companies.
MSA S 989-1781, MdHR 4574-53  1 /6 /4 /6

1776, May. 7.
GREENTREE, ISAAC (Rock Hall) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Transmittal of receipts for express expenses.
MSA S 989-1782, MdHR 4574-54  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Apr. 23.
HOLLIDAY, JAMES.
Receipt by express of letter from Mr. Greentree.
MSA S 989-1783, MdHR 4574-55  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Apr. 23.
SLUBEY, WILLIAM to GREENTREE, ISAAC.
Receipt of letter for KE delegates.
MSA S 989-1784, MdHR 4574-56  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 7.
TURNER, ZEPHANIAH, Treasurer (CH) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for funds for military expenses.
MSA S 989-1785, MdHR 4574-57  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 7.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW et al. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Opinions and examination of Alexander Magee.
MSA S 989-1786, MdHR 4574-58  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776?
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM.
Abstracts of statements made by Alexander Magee.
MSA S 989-1787, MdHR 4574-59  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 8.
EWING, THOMAS, Capt. (PA).
Request for settlement of expense account.
MSA S 989-1788, MdHR 4574-60  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 10.
JOHNSON, GEORGE et al. (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a commission for Jeremiah Baker.
MSA S 989-1789, MdHR 4574-61  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 11.
GRASON, RICHARD (Wye, QA) to PRESIDENT OF THE CONVENTION.
Resignation of commission as lieutenant.
MSA S 989-1790, MdHR 4574-62  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 11.
YOUNG, HUGH (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Requests for information pertaining to loading cargos.
MSA S 989-1791, MdHR 4574-63  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 13.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BC).
Transmittal of correspondence by express.
MSA S 989-1792, MdHR 4574-64  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 13.
NICHOLSON, BENJAMIN, Capt. (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission; request for transfer to different unit.
MSA S 989-1793, MdHR 4574-65  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 23.
SMYTH, THOMAS (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Contract to purchase muskets; transportation of powder.
MSA S 989-1794, MdHR 4574-66  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 13.
FRISBY, WILLIAM; ROLLISON, JAMES, Ens.; WILLISS, RICHARD, JR., Sgt. (KE).
Nomination of Richard Frisby as lieutenant.
MSA S 989-1795, MdHR 4574-67  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 15.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to fill commission vacancies.
MSA S 989-1796, MdHR 4574-68  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 13.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR., Chm. Committee et al. (BC) to CONVENTION.
Formation of militia companies and selection of field officers.
MSA S 989-1797, MdHR 4574-69  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 14.
CARLYLE, JOHN (Committee of Correspondence, Alexandria).
Transmittal of corrrespondence from the VA Committee of Safety.
MSA S 989-1798, MdHR 4574-70  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 15.
BEATTY, CHARLES; JOHNSON, BAKER (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of James Ogle for a commission.
MSA S 989-1799, MdHR 4574-71  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 19.
WOOLFORD, THOMAS (Cambridge).
Request for supplies and arms.
MSA S 989-1800, MdHR 4574-72  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 20.
RIDGELY, HENRY (Elk Ridge) to CONVENTION.
Past military activities and a private request for exemption from militia service.
MSA S 989-1801, MdHR 4574-73  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 2.
SMITH, JOHN, Chm. Convention et al. (BC) to CARROLL, CHARLES, Pres. Convention.
Request for a decision in the case against Alexander Magee.
MSA S 989-1802, MdHR 4574-74  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May. 23.
BEALL, JOSHUA to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for court-martial of militia officers.
MSA S 989-1803, MdHR 4574-75  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 24.
YOUNG, HUGH (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Controversy over evaluation of the "Ninety-Two".
MSA S 989-1804, MdHR 4574-76  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 26.
DORSEY, THOMAS, Col. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to defend himself against charges made by Henry Ridgely.
MSA S 989-1805, MdHR 4574-77  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 26.
BRENT, GEORGE.
Request that lead and powder be sent to Shipton District (FR).
MSA S 989-1806, MdHR 4574-78  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Apr.
LUX, WILLIAM, Chm. Committee et al. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Field officers and militia company enrollments.
MSA S 989-1807, MdHR 4574-79  1 /6 /4 /6

1776, May 28.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. ("Defence") to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Fleet locations and condition of vessels.
MSA S 989-1808, MdHR 4574-80  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 28.
HAMMOND, REZIN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Nominations for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-1809, MdHR 4574-81  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 29.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. ("Defence", Point Lookout) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Location of British ships.
MSA S 989-1810, MdHR 4574-82  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Sep. 23.
LUX, GEORGE, Clk. Committee (BA).
Recommendation of Lt. Ezekiah Towson to command the magazine guard at Armstrong's Tavern.
MSA S 989-1811, MdHR 4574-83  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 29.
BEALL, REZIN (Drum Point).
Request for subsistence money.
MSA S 989-1812, MdHR 4574-84  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 29.
BEALL, REZIN, Capt. (Drum Point).
Condition of quarters and lack of facilities.
MSA S 989-1813, MdHR 4574-85  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 29.
BEALL, JOSIAH, Col.
Delivery of powder; transportation of supplies.
MSA S 989-1814, MdHR 4574-86  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 31.
WARE, FRANCIS, Col. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Supply and cost of gunlocks; need for medical supplies.
MSA S 989-1815, MdHR 4574-87  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Jan. 3.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. to SIM, JOSEPH.
Presentation of a commission as colonel.
MSA S 989-1816, MdHR 4574-88  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, May 28.
NICHOLSON, JAMES (Wicomico Mouth) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
British ship movements.
MSA S 989-1817, MdHR 4574-89  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776?
YOUNG, HUGH.
Defense of conversation pertaining to the "Peggy".
MSA S 989-1818, MdHR 4574-90  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Jan. 21.
GAITHER, EDWARD, JR. (Elk Ridge) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Elisha Riggs and John Marriott for military commissions.
MSA S 989-1819, MdHR 4574-91  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Jan. 29.
VEAZEY, JOHN, JR.; THOMASON, JOHN D. (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation for Capt. Robert Craig to import arms and ammunition.
MSA S 989-1820, MdHR 4574-92  1 /6 /4 /6.

1777, Aug. 25.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. (War Office) to HUGHES, DANIEL; HUGHES, SAMUEL.
Request to deliver guns.
MSA S 989-1821, MdHR 4574-93  1 /6 /4 /6.

1777, Jun. 16.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. (War Office) to GOV.
Request for an account of money spent for prisoners of war.
MSA S 989-1822, MdHR 4574-94  1 /6 /4 /6.

1777, Apr. 1.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec.
Procedure for appointment of officers.
MSA S 989-1823, MdHR 4574-95  1 /6 /4 /6.

1777, Sep. 1.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. (War Office) to GOV.
Request for assistance to move military stores.
MSA S 989-1824, MdHR 4574-96  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 8.
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Explanation of late arrival of James O' Hara who got sick while standing guard duty.
MSA S 989-1825, MdHR 4574-97  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 31.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Military enlistments; condition of vessels and prisoners.
MSA S 989-1826, MdHR 4574-98  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 18.
DEAKINS, WILLIAM, JR., Maj. (Georgetown) to RIDGELY, RICHARD, Clk. Council Saf.
Request for payment to John Youst for muskets; request for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-1827, MdHR 4574-99  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 30.
LAREY, JAMES (CA).
Confession of illegal procurement of salt.
MSA S 989-1828, MdHR 4574-100  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 30.
MILWARD, WILLIAM (TA).
Deposition concerning unauthorized sale of salt.
MSA S 989-1829, MdHR 4574-101  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 30.
COLSTON, JEREMIAH to CHAMBERLAIN, JAMES LLOYD, Brig. Gen. (TA).
Information about the unauthorized sale and seizure of salt.
MSA S 989-1830, MdHR 4574-102  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 30.
LUX, WILLIAM (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Recommendation of Mr. Hopkins; settlement of account for purchase of supplies for the " Defence".
MSA S 989-1831, MdHR 4574-103  1 /6 /4 /6.

1777, Jan. 2.
POTTER, NATHANIEL to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of pork for the militia.
MSA S 989-1832, MdHR 4574-104  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 30.
MCHARD, ISAAC (CA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for salt to cure pork.
MSA S 989-1833, MdHR 4574-105  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of a brig.
MSA S 989-1834, MdHR 4574-106  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of a brig.
MSA S 989-1835, MdHR 4574-107  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 28.
MURDOCK, JOHN (MO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Readiness of the militia.
MSA S 989-1836, MdHR 4574-108  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776?
WELLS, GEORGE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request of payment for ship repairs.
MSA S 989-1837, MdHR 4574-109  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Jun. 24.
SMITH, ROBERT (AN) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Request for permission to load Robert Eden's stock on board a British ship.
MSA S 989-1838, MdHR 4574-110  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 27.
WELLS, GEORGE (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Launching of a galley; request for sheet lead.
MSA S 989-1839, MdHR 4574-111  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 26.
CHAMBERLAINE, JAMES LLOYD, Brig. Gen. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission; disorganization of the militia.
MSA S 989-1840, MdHR 4574-112  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 26.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Stepney) to PLATER, GEORGE, Col.
Enclosing letter from the Board of War.
MSA S 989-1841, MdHR 4574-113  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 25.
THOMAS, SAMUEL WRIGHT (QA) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (CA).
Resignation of militia commission.
MSA S 989-1842, MdHR 4574-114  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 23.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. (Philadelphia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
British retreat to winter quarters; officer recommendations.
MSA S 989-1843, MdHR 4574-115  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 23.
BLAIR, WILLIAM; BRUCE, NORMAND (Taney Town) to JOHNSON, THOMAS, Brig. Gen.
Muster roll of the 25th Batt.
MSA S 989-1844, MdHR 4574-116  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 21.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Need of provisions for vessels.
MSA S 989-1845, MdHR 4574-117  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 19.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. (Christiana Bridge).
Movements and readiness of troops.
MSA S 989-1846, MdHR 4574-118  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 18.
BURNELL, JOHN (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Departure of Capt. George Cook for Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-1847, MdHR 4574-119  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 18.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Need for arms and troop supplies.
MSA S 989-1848, MdHR 4574-120  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 17.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Report on the sailing of ships and the purchase of vessels.
MSA S 989-1849, MdHR 4574-121  1 /6 /4 /6

1776, Dec. 16.
COOK, GEORGE (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Procurement of arms.
MSA S 989-1850, MdHR 4574-122  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 15.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW, Gen. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Readiness of militia; procurement of supplies.
MSA S 989-1851, MdHR 4574-123  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 16.
CLAYPOOLE, JAMES (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment of shoes; request for payment.
MSA S 989-1852, MdHR 4574-124  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 16.
CALHOUN, JAMES, Chm. (BA).
Agreement pertaining to military commissions in Capt. Cockey's Batt.
MSA S 989-1853, MdHR 4574-125  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 14.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Movement of public stores from Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-1854, MdHR 4574-126  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 19.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a supply of material to make sails.
MSA S 989-1855, MdHR 4574-127  1 /6 /4 /6.

1776, Dec. 21.
DEAMS, FREDERICK, Capt. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of John McCabe as lieutenant.
MSA S 989-1856, MdHR 4575-01  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 14.
TAYLOR, AMOS (Philadelphia) to CHASE SAMUEL; PACA WILLIAM (AN).
Request for payment of bills.
MSA S 989-1857, MdHR 4575-02  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 13.
CHRISTIE, ROBERT, JR. (Nottingham Furnace) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Attack by a mob; settlement of accounts.
MSA S 989-1858, MdHR 4575-03  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 12.
CALHOUN, JAMES, Chm. Committee (BC) to COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION.
Order to send ships to Head of Elk for removal of the public stores.
MSA S 989-1859, MdHR 4575-04  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 11.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Plans to purchase a schooner; need for funds.
MSA S 989-1860, MdHR 4575-05  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 11.
CULLUMBER, THOMAS, Pvt. (2nd MD Matross, AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition requesting exemption from military service.
MSA S 989-1861, MdHR 4575-06  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 30.
ASHFIELD, HENRY (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition requesting exemption from military service.
MSA S 989-1862, MdHR 4575-07  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 10.
BEATTY, CHARLES (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to pay the overseer, Mr. Boon, for gunlocks.
MSA S 989-1863, MdHR 4575-08  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 9.
BUCHANAN, ARCHIBALD (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Need for shipmasters and ship supplies.
MSA S 989-1864, MdHR 4575-09  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 9.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for bread.
MSA S 989-1865, MdHR 4575-10  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 9.
CAREY, JOHN ("Resolution") to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Condition and safety of the ship.
MSA S 989-1866, MdHR 4575-11  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 8.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt.
Reenlistment and payment of bounty to sailors; procurement of vessels.
MSA S 989-1867, MdHR 4575-12  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Nov. 30.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for approval to release a captive to serve as a mate on Capt. John Carey's ship.
MSA S 989-1868, MdHR 4575-13  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 1.
* to COOK, GEORGE, Capt.
Request to release a captive mate and apprentice for Capt. Carey's ship.
MSA S 989-1869, MdHR 4575-13  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 2.
LUX, WILLIAM et al. (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council.
Request for commissions for battalion officers.
MSA S 989-1870, MdHR 4575-14  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 1.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. (BC).
Efforts to prepare a ship for duty; request for instructions about the purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-1871, MdHR 4575-15  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 1.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSEE (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Procurement of beef; request for decision about the purchase of supplies and a transport ship.
MSA S 989-1872, MdHR 4575-16  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 1.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Concern of Mrs. Trepolet, whose houses were taken over for use as barracks.
MSA S 989-1873, MdHR 4575-17  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Nov. 20.
BAKER, CHARLES; JOHNSON, MOSES; JONES JOSEPH.
Election of militia officers.
MSA S 989-1874, MdHR 4575-18  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Nov. 30.
BOND, THOMAS to RUMSEY, BENJAMIN, Col.
Recommendations for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-1875, MdHR 4575-18  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 2.
AMOS, JOSHUA to COMMITTEE (HA).
Request for a militia commission.
MSA S 989-1876, MdHR 4575-18  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 1.
SMYTH, THOMAS (Chester Town).
Sale of muskets; need for curing beef and pork; outfitting a vessel.
MSA S 989-1877, MdHR 4575-19  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 7.
DORESY, SAMUEL, JR.
Manufacture of weapons.
MSA S 989-1878, MdHR 4575-20  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 6.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recapture of the " George"; division of the prize cargo.
MSA S 989-1879, MdHR 4575-21  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 4.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. (BC).
Need for provisions and ship supplies; discharge of prisoner, Mr. Dennistoon.
MSA S 989-1880, MdHR 4575-22  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 4.
DRIVER, MATHEW to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Behavior of Capt. John Fauntleroy after his court-martial.
MSA S 989-1881, MdHR 4575-23  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Nov. 16.
DRIVER, MATTHEW, Pres. (Melville's Warehouse).
Court decision in the trial of Capt. John Fauntleroy.
MSA S 989-1882, MdHR 4575-24  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
WALLACE, MICHAEL, Dr. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Sale of medicine and surgical instruments.
MSA S 989-1883, MdHR 4575-25  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
*
Inventory of medicine and furniture belonging to Michael Wallace.
MSA S 989-1884, MdHR 4575-26  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 2.
CUMMINS, ROBERT (Monkton Mills) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information about a new contract for the purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-1885, MdHR 4575-27  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776.
SMALLWOOD, BAYNE et al. (Pomonkey Comp., CH) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Memorial requesting a change of officers in the militia company.
MSA S 989-1886, MdHR 4575-28  1 /6 /4 /7.

1777.
CAMPBELL, JAMES to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for an exchange of prisoners; deplorable condition of prisoners on board the "Nautilus".
MSA S 989-1887, MdHR 4575-29  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776.
DAVIS, WILLIAM to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for release from service in the Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-1888, MdHR 4575-30  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
DORSEY, THOMAS, Col. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Agreement to comply with orders.
MSA S 989-1889, MdHR 4575-31  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
DORSEY, THOMAS, Col. (Elk Ridge) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Will comply with orders to march to BC.
MSA S 989-1890, MdHR 4575-32  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM.
State of readiness of the militia companies.
MSA S 989-1891, MdHR 4575-33  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for consideration in the settlement of accounts for provisions.
MSA S 989-1892, MdHR 4575-34  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
BLOSSOM, JOSEPH (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition requesting monetary assistance.
MSA S 989-1893, MdHR 4575-35  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
GUNBY, JOHN, Capt.
Request for funds.
MSA S 989-1894, MdHR 4575-36  1 /6 /4 /7.

1777?
KILTY, JOHN, Capt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for the position of master attendant at the AN wharf.
MSA S 989-1895, MdHR 4575-37  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
LUSBY, ROBERT.
Complaint about the destruction of crops by militiamen.
MSA S 989-1896, MdHR 4575-38  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 10.
LEE, ROBERT to FREELAND, FRISBY.
Contract for cutting timber and construction of a house.
MSA S 989-1897, MdHR 4575-39  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
* (AN).
List of unidentified names.
MSA S 989-1898, MdHR 4575-40  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
LEE, ROBERT to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for discharge from service to care for his aged mother.
MSA S 989-1899, MdHR 4575-41  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BA) to CARROLL, CHARLES.
Movement of troops and ships.
MSA S 989-1900, MdHR 4575-42  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL et al. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Cornelius Clopper, Jr., as a biscuit baker.
MSA S 989-1901, MdHR 4575-43  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Petition requesting an armed patrol boat to guard livestock.
MSA S 989-1902, MdHR 4575-44  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 17.
TILGHMAN, JAMES (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to return the unused portion of salt requisitioned by Col. William Smallwood's Batt.
MSA S 989-1903, MdHR 4575-45  1 /6 /4 /7

1776?
CHRISTIE, ROBERT, JR. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Agreement to settle accounts after being forced to flee the state.
MSA S 989-1904, MdHR 4575-46  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
BEALL, REZIN, Capt.
Refusal to discharge Christian Souther's son from military service.
MSA S 989-1905, MdHR 4575-47  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
SIM, JOSEPH to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for officers' commissions.
MSA S 989-1906, MdHR 4575-48  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
GARRETT, AMOS, Chm. Committee (HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Militia companies on the north side of Deer Creek.
MSA S 989-1907, MdHR 4575-49  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
*
Memorandum of officers in HA who do not yet have commissions.
MSA S 989-1908, MdHR 4575-50  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
CLAPHAM, JOSIAS. Col. (Loudoun Cty. VA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Manufacture and purchase of weapons.
MSA S 989-1909, MdHR 4575-51  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
LUX, WILLIAM et al. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Sea engagements and movements of vessels.
MSA S 989-1910, MdHR 4575-52  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR., Chm. et al. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Condition of coastal defenses and arms.
MSA S 989-1911, MdHR 4575-53  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Transportation of powder and arms along the Bay.
MSA S 989-1912, MdHR 4575-53  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
LUX, WILLIAM et al. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notification of the safe anchoring of the "Defence" and her prize.
MSA S 989-1913, MdHR 4575-54  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
BRICE, JACOB to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for salt.
MSA S 989-1914, MdHR 4575-55  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Feb. 17.
VEAZEY, JOHN, JR.; THOMPSON, JOHN D. (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of John Ward for an officer's commission.
MSA S 989-1915, MdHR 4575-56  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 3.
BEALL, JOSHUA to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of powder to VA and remaining inventory.
MSA S 989-1916, MdHR 4575-57  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 2.
DENT, GEORGE, Chm. (CH) to COUNCIL SAFTEY.
Request for money to purchase provisions.
MSA S 989-1917, MdHR 4575-58  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 5.
ADAMS, DANIEL to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt of payment for provisions.
MSA S 989-1918, MdHR 4575-58  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 2.
DALTON, JOHN (Alexandria).
Problems in preparing ships for sailing; gratitude for loan of powder.
MSA S 989-1919, MdHR 4575-59  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 22.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Readiness of the "Resolution"; commissioning of officers.
MSA S 989-1920, MdHR 4575-60  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Dec. 23.
HARDMAN, JOHN, Sgt.
Deposition about the Tory statements of John Ross, Sub-Sheriff, BA.
MSA S 989-1921, MdHR 4575-61  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 2.
GUNBY, JOHN (SO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for cash.
MSA S 989-1922, MdHR 4575-62  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 5.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. to PHILLIPS, JAMES, Capt.
Order to purchase or confiscate turpentine.
MSA S 989-1923, MdHR 4575-63  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 15.
HANSON, JOHN, JR., Chm. (Middle District, FR).
Request for militia wages; account of powder at Frederick.
MSA S 989-1924, MdHR 4575-64  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 2.
LUX, WILLIAM, Dep. Chairman (BC).
Detainment of vessels.
MSA S 989-1925, MdHR 4575-65  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
*
Daily provision allowance for men on board ship.
MSA S 989-1926, MdHR 4575-66  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 11.
DASHIELL, GEORGE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Reapplication for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-1927, MdHR 4575-67  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 10.
HINDMAN, JAMES (TA Court House) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for provisions and munitions.
MSA S 989-1928, MdHR 4575-68  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 10.
LUX, WILLIAM (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Procurement of provisions and artillery.
MSA S 989-1929, MdHR 4575-69  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 22.
WRIGHT, SOLOMON, Chm. Committee Obs. (QA).
Recommendation of officers for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-1930, MdHR 4575-70  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 22.
YOUNG, HUGH (BC).
Attempts to run the British blockade.
MSA S 989-1931, MdHR 4575-71  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 9.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BC).
Procurement of a gunsmith.
MSA S 989-1932, MdHR 4575-72  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 10.
STEVENSON, JOHN (Copper Mine).
Request for the return of or payment for confiscated powder.
MSA S 989-1933, MdHR 4575-73  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 21.
LUX, WILLIAM (BC).
Requests that a meeting be delayed.
MSA S 989-1934, MdHR 4575-74  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 17.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS (Georgetown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of appointment as supervisor to the saltpeter works.
MSA S 989-1935, MdHR 4575-75  1 /6 /4 /7.

1777, Jan. 27.
O' DONNALL, CONSTANTINE (BA).
Deposition about John Ross's actions toward a Tory prisoner.
MSA S 989-1936, MdHR 4575-76  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 10.
RAY, JOSIAS et al. (Bladensburg).
Deposition pertaining to the appointment of Andrew Beall as captain.
MSA S 989-1937, MdHR 4575-77  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
ADAMS, THOMAS, JR. et al.
Request for appointment of Andrew Beall, Jr., as captain in place of his father.
MSA S 989-1938, MdHR 4575-78  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
HAMILTON, WILLIAM to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for promotion to captain.
MSA S 989-1939, MdHR 4575-79  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 18.
BEALL, ANDREW (Bladensburg) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Explanation of his resignation as captain; request not to appoint William Hamilton.
MSA S 989-1940, MdHR 4575-80  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 30.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (Philadelphia) to CARROLL, CHARLES, Vice Pres. Council Saf.
Actions of the Convention pertaining to the question of independence.
MSA S 989-1941, MdHR 4575-81  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 9.
HOPKINS, GERRARD (BC).
Arrival of a shipment of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-1942, MdHR 4575-82  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 8.
HOPKINS, GERRARD (BC).
Arrival and distribution of military supplies.
MSA S 989-1943, MdHR 4575-83  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 8.
BEALL, JOSHUA (Bladensburg) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Inventory and inspection of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-1944, MdHR 4575-84  1 /6 /4 /7.

1777, Aug. 29.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to GOV.
Enemy troop movements near Elkton.
MSA S 989-1945, MdHR 4575-85  1 /6 /4 /7.

1777, Aug. 29.
HALL, AQUILA to GOV.
Posting of agents and arrest of a suspected spy.
MSA S 989-1946, MdHR 4575-86  1 /6 /4 /7.

1777, Aug. 31.
HARTSHORN, JOHN, Maj.
Capture and intelligence information from Henry Ross and John Barr.
MSA S 989-1947, MdHR 4575-87  1 /6 /4 /7.

1777, Aug. 30.
COFFINS, THOMAS ASTOR, Asst. Comsy. (Elk Ferry).
Request to permit passage for Henry Ross.
MSA S 989-1948, MdHR 4575-88  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 10.
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation for the care of sick troops.
MSA S 989-1949, MdHR 4575-89  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES.
Memorandum pertaining to treatment and medical personnel.
MSA S 989-1950, MdHR 4575-90  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 30.
DENT, JOHN, Brig. Gen. (CH) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Establishment of beacons and alarm posts along the Potomac.
MSA S 989-1951, MdHR 4575-91  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
*
List of prisoners destined for MD.
MSA S 989-1952, MdHR 4575-92  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 28.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to DUVALL, GABRIEL.
Procurement and availability of arms.
MSA S 989-1953, MdHR 4575-93  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 20.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to WALLACE, CHARLES.
Description of a floating battery for defense of AN.
MSA S 989-1954, MdHR 4575-94  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 19.
* (AN) to FORSYTHE, ROBERT, Capt.
Orders to deliver a cargo to Richard Harrison.
MSA S 989-1955, MdHR 4575-95  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 16.
COURTNAY, HERCULES (BC) to CARROLL, CHARLES, BARRISTER (AN).
Readiness of cargo for shipment on board the "Friendship".
MSA S 989-1956, MdHR 4575-96  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 17.
YOST, JOHN (Georgetown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information pertaining to finishing and delivery of guns.
MSA S 989-1957, MdHR 4575-97  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 10.
EWING, THOMAS (BC) to SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Col. (AN).
Request for advance payment of troops; request for permission to remain at camp in BC.
MSA S 989-1958, MdHR 4575-98  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 10.
BAXTER, JOSEPH.
Receipt of payment order for Capt. Ewing's Comp.
MSA S 989-1959, MdHR 4575-98  1 /6 /4 /7.

1777, Jan. 11.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to send a letter to Capt. Conway's brother; filling of commissions.
MSA S 989-1960, MdHR 4575-99  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 9.
HOOE, ROBERT T., Col. (Alexandria) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Intention of Capt. Conway to leave the naval service.
MSA S 989-1961, MdHR 4575-100  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 23.
MURDOCK, ADDISON to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commisson.
MSA S 989-1962, MdHR 4575-101  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Feb. 12.
* to ROBSON, JOSEPH, Capt. (DO).
Transmittal of commissions for Mathias Travers and Moses Lecompte.
MSA S 989-1963, MdHR 4575-102  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 15.
TILGHMAM, MATTHEW, Pres. to KEENE, HENRY.
Commission as a lieutenant in a DO militia company.
MSA S 989-1964, MdHR 4575-103  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 23.
KEENE, HENRY.
Resignation of commisson as a lieutenant.
MSA S 989-1965, MdHR 4575-103  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 26.
ROBSON, JOSEPH (Cambridge).
Recommendation of Matthias Travers as a lieutenant.
MSA S 989-1966, MdHR 4575-104  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 30.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to BURGESS, WILLIAM (Hagarstown).
Possibility of entering into the service of the state.
MSA S 989-1967, MdHR 4575-105  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 30.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request for payment for munitions.
MSA S 989-1968, MdHR 4575-106  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776?
SIM, JOESPH to WEST, STEPHEN.
Receipt of a soldier; death of Gen. Richard Montgomery.
MSA S 989-1969, MdHR 4575-107  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 30.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Personal recommendations; troop movements and supplies.
MSA S 989-1970, MdHR 4575-108  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 30.
LEE, GEORGE (Gisborough) to BEALL, JOSHUA, Col. (Near Bladensburgh).
Rejection of a commission.
MSA S 989-1971, MdHR 4575-109  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 30.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS et al. (BC) to BRIGADIER GENERALS.
Request for inventory of muskets.
MSA S 989-1972, MdHR 4575-110  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 9.
SMYTH, THOMAS (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of clothing and arms to the E.S.; unrest because of lack of ammunition.
MSA S 989-1973, MdHR 4575-111  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Apr. 30.
LUX & BOWLEY (BC).
Appointment of a captain for the "Fortune"; vessel location.
MSA S 989-1974, MdHR 4575-112  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jun. 6.
SCOTT, UPTON, DR. (AN) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Request for permission to sail to England.
MSA S 989-1975, MdHR 4575-113  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 20.
MURRAY, JAMES (Cambridge) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Introduction of Capt. James Campbell who has advice about a floating battery and can draw charts.
MSA S 989-1976, MdHR 4575-114  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Feb. 20.
MANTZ, PETER (Frederick Town) to DUVALL, GABRIEL, Clk. Council Saf.
Resignation of post as quartermaster.
MSA S 989-1977, MdHR 4575-115  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 21.
STRICKER, GEORGE (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enlistment of recruits; need for arms and recruiting cash.
MSA S 989-1978, MdHR 4575-116  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jan. 24.
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM to DUVALL, GABRIEL, Clk. Council Saf.
Request for issuance of a payment order for recruiting expenses.
MSA S 989-1979, MdHR 4575-116  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jul. 1.
BARNES, ABRAHAM, Chm.
Permission for Daniel Wolstenholme to return to England.
MSA S 989-1980, MdHR 4575-117  1 /6 /4 /7.

1776, Jul. 1.
BARNES, ABRAHAM, Chm. et cal (SM Court House, Leonardtown).
Permission for Daniel Wolstenholme to take his possessions and leave the province.
MSA S 989-1981, MdHR 4575-118  1 /6 /4 /7.

1775, Aug. 4.
RANDOLPH, PEYTON, Pres. VA Convention (Richmond) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Transmittal of Convention resolves pertaining to non-exportation of grain.
MSA S 989-1982, MdHR 4576-01  1 /6 /4 /8.

1780, Nov. 29.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Request for a loading permit.
MSA S 989-1983, MdHR 4576-02  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776, Mar. 16.
ENALLS, WILLIAM (DO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for an order on the E.S.T. to exchange goods for paper currency.
MSA S 989-1984, MdHR 4576-03  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776?
*
Muster roll of Capt. William Henry's Minute Comp.
MSA S 989-1985, MdHR 4576-04  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776, Feb. 29.
HENRY, WILLIAM, Capt. (KE)
Troop strength of minute comp.
MSA S 989-1986, MdHR 4576-05  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776, Mar. 29.
HENRY, WILLIAM, Capt. (Northampton, VA).
Enclosing monthly account of troop strength.
MSA S 989-1987, MdHR 4576-06  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777?
PAGE, JOHN to GOV.
Apology for allowing the printing of a letter belonging to the governor.
MSA S 989-1988, MdHR 4576-07  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 24.
PAGE, JOHN (Williamsburg, VA).
Troop engagements; enemy marching on Philadlephia.
MSA S 989-1989, MdHR 4576-08  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 25.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (Cambridge) to GOV.
Military appointment.
MSA S 989-1990, MdHR 4576-09  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777?
BORDLEY, WILLIAM.
Arrest of John Patterson, a Loyalist.
MSA S 989-1991, MdHR 4576-10  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 12.
COUNCIL to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col.
Officer muster roll of Richardson's Regt.
MSA S 989-1992, MdHR 4576-11  1 /6 /4 /8

1779, Nov. 12.
COUNCIL.
Permission to Mrs. Grizzle Tagart to go to NY.
MSA S 989-1993, MdHR 4576-12  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 31.
ALEXANDER, FRANCIS (New Castle Cty.).
Deposition describing British atrocities near Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-1994, MdHR 4576-13  1 /6 /4 /8.

1780, Sep. 10.
COCHRAN, WILLIAM.
Oath to remain in BC and acknowledgement of prisoner status.
MSA S 989-1995, MdHR 4576-14  1 /6 /4 /8.

1778, Feb. 10.
MOORE, THOMAS (Northampton Cty., VA).
Deposition about John Sterling's attempt to recruit men into the British army.
MSA S 989-1996, MdHR 4576-15  1 /6 /4 /8.

1778, Feb. 10.
STERLING, ISAAC (Northampton Cty., VA).
Deposition pertaining to the enlistment of troops in the British army.
MSA S 989-1997, MdHR 4576-15  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 22.
GOV.
Provisions for the defense of MD.
MSA S 989-1998, MdHR 4576-16  1 /6 /4 /8.

1779, Dec. 27.
GOV.
Appointment of officers in the Continental Army.
MSA S 989-1999, MdHR 4576-17  1 /6 /4 /8.

1775?
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (KE).
Referral of charges against John Patterson and Robert Buchanan to the E.S. Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-2000, MdHR 4576-18  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776, Nov. 5.
DEAMS, FREDERICK, Capt. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for bounty money.
MSA S 989-2001, MdHR 4576-18  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777?
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Proclamation ordering insurgent citizens of SO and WO to lay down their arms and sign an oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-2002, MdHR 4576-19  1 /6 /4 /8.

1786?
COMMISSIONER FOR CONFISCATED PROPERTY.
Proceedings and roll call on the presentation of an account.
MSA S 989-2003, MdHR 4576-20  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 20.
*
Sketch of army locations at Boundbrook, NJ.
MSA S 989-2004, MdHR 4576-21  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776, Jul. 3.
HUGHES, SAMUEL, Chm. (FR).
Recommends consideration of petition enclosed.
MSA S 989-2005, MdHR 4576-22  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776, Oct. 8.
COUNCIL.
Impressment of a pilot by Gen. Stephens.
MSA S 989-2006, MdHR 4576-24  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776.
EDEN, ROBERT, Gov.
Promise not to leave the province until the Convention meets.
MSA S 989-2007, MdHR 4576-25  1 /6 /4 /8.

1780, Jan. 1.
SOLLERS, THOMAS et al. (BC) to GOV.
Request for copies of legislation passed.
MSA S 989-2008, MdHR 4576-26  1 /6 /4 /8.

1780, Dec. 2.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Request for a loading permit for the "Ranger" .
MSA S 989-2009, MdHR 4576-27  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 2.
TURPIN, WHITTY (SO) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Petition for parole.
MSA S 989-2010, MdHR 4576-28  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Dec. 31.
LEE, FRANCIS LIGHTFOOT (War Office) to GOV.
Request for relief for Gen. Washington's troops.
MSA S 989-2011, MdHR 4576-29  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jan. 17.
HANSON, JOHN (Frederick Town).
Resignation of Col. Griffith and recommendation of Maj. Williams to fill the vacancy.
MSA S 989-2012, MdHR 4576-30  1 /6 /4 /8

1777, Oct. 24.
JONES, THOMAS (Camp near Philadelphia).
Repulsion of an enemy attack.
MSA S 989-2013, MdHR 4576-31  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777?
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Appointment of a collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-2014, MdHR 4576-32  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY to BUTLER, AMON.
Commission as collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-2015, MdHR 4576-32  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 2.
COUNCIL.
Order to deposit collected blankets with Gerrard Hopkins.
MSA S 989-2016, MdHR 4576-32  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777?
GOV. to PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE.
Controversy over the admittance of John Contee as a Council member.
MSA S 989-2017, MdHR 4576-33  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 15.
COUNCIL to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Request for certification of John Contee as a Council member.
MSA S 989-2018, MdHR 4576-34  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Feb. 24.
CONTEE, JOHN.
Refusal of appointment to the Council because of a smallpox outbreak.
MSA S 989-2019, MdHR 4576-35  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 15.
PAGE, JOHN (Williamsburg, VA).
Enemy fleet movements.
MSA S 989-2020, MdHR 4576-36  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Mar. 29.
HART, JOHN ODELL to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Petition protesting rough treatment and request for a speedy trial.
MSA S 989-2021, MdHR 4576-37  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Nov. 22.
STEVENS, ROBERTSON (Cambridge) to GOV.
Cost estimate of caring for Tories in the city jail.
MSA S 989-2022, MdHR 4576-38  1 /6 /4 /8.

1778, Oct. 12.
FRANKS, DANIEL S. (Philadelphia).
Enclosing a parole for Thomas Seon.
MSA S 989-2023, MdHR 4576-39  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 14.
FEDDEMAN, PHILIP to GOV.
Reluctant compliance with acts of the Assembly concerning recruitment.
MSA S 989-2024, MdHR 4576-40  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 15.
FEDDEMAN, PHILIP to GOV.
Recruitment quota; dispersal of pay and clothes.
MSA S 989-2025, MdHR 4576-41  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Nov. 26.
FURNIVAL, ALEXANDER (BA) to GOV.
Recommendation for the promotion to lieutenant of Samuel Saddler.
MSA S 989-2026, MdHR 4576-42  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 8.
FALLIN, DANIEL to HOOPER, HENRY, Gen.
Request for instructions pertaining to the recovery of stolen property.
MSA S 989-2027, MdHR 4576-43  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 7.
FRENCH, HENRIETTA to GOV.
Request for release from captivity.
MSA S 989-2028, MdHR 4576-44  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 3.
SPRIGG, RICHARD (Upper Marlboro) to GOV.
Impressment of an express horse; ship locations.
MSA S 989-2029, MdHR 4576-45  1 /6 /4 /8.

1781, Mar. 14.
NICHOLSON, JAMES ("Nesbit" ) to GOV.
Request to increase naval and shore armaments.
MSA S 989-2030, MdHR 4576-46  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 12.
NICHOLSON, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Apology about a previously written letter.
MSA S 989-2031, MdHR 4576-47  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 11.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Suspicions cast on Quakers as tools of the enemy; news of the battle at Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-2032, MdHR 4576-48  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 10.
MATTHEWS, GEORGE (BA).
Deposition concerning the battle at Philadelphia and the yearly meeting of Quakers.
MSA S 989-2033, MdHR 4576-49  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 10.
CORNTHWAIT, JOHN (BA).
Deposition concerning his trip to Philadelphia and requirements to take the oath of allegiance.
MSA S 989-2034, MdHR 4576-49  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 5.
NICHOLSON, JAMES (BA).
Apology for a letter sent; request to remain in the same position.
MSA S 989-2035, MdHR 4576-50  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 25.
NICHOLSON, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Defense of his conduct.
MSA S 989-2036, MdHR 4576-51  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 4.
COOKE, GEORGE, Capt. ("Defence" ) to GOV.
Request for cannonballs; ship movements.
MSA S 989-2037, MdHR 4576-52  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep.
CHENEY, ANDREW, Dr. to GOV.
Statement pertaining to his health and confinement.
MSA S 989-2038, MdHR 4576-53  1 /6 /4 /8

1777, Aug. 23.
DAVID, JOHN ("Conqueror" ).
Enemy fleet movements.
MSA S 989-2039, MdHR 4576-54  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 22.
COOK, GEORGE (BA).
Request for instructions; surveillance of the enemy fleet.
MSA S 989-2040, MdHR 4576-55  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 19.
ANDERSON, JAMES.
Report on the condition of the "Baltimore" .
MSA S 989-2041, MdHR 4576-56  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug.
COOK, GEORGE.
Preparations for an expected naval battle.
MSA S 989-2042, MdHR 4576-57  1 /6 /4 /8

1777, Aug. 17.
COOK, GEORGE to GOV.
Enclosing Capt. Thomas Timpson's report on enemy fleet movements.
MSA S 989-2043, MdHR 4576-58  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777.
TIMPSON, THOMAS, Capt.; VOS, ANDREW ("Nancy").
Sighting of the enemy fleet.
MSA S 989-2044, MdHR 4576-59  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 4.
FAUNTLEROY, GRIFFIN, Lt. Col. (5th Batt., QA) to COMMANDER IN CHIEF (Sassafras).
Details of an insurrection led by Martin Roddy, a Methodist preacher.
MSA S 989-2045, MdHR 4576-60  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 4.
FAUNTLEROY, GRIFFIN, Lt. Col. (5th Batt., QA) to NEWMAN, BEXLEY, Lt.; WALLS, chief Ens.
Orders to transport Martin Roddy and Mr. Green to the commander in chief of the army.
MSA S 989-2046, MdHR 4576-61  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Dec. 19.
GREENE, JOB (BC Jail) to GOV.
Request for release from confinement.
MSA S 989-2047, MdHR 4576-62  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Dec. 3.
GREENE, JOB; SOMERVILLE, GEORGE (BC Jail) to GOV.
Request for release from confinement.
MSA S 989-2048, MdHR 4576-63  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Nov. 25.
GREENE, JOB; SOMERVILLE, GEORGE (BC Jail) to GOV.
Protests continued confinement.
MSA S 989-2049, MdHR 4576-64  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 22.
CARROLL, CHARLES, OF CARROLLTON.
Impending invasion of the Chesapeake Bay.
MSA S 989-2050, MdHR 4576-65  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 20.
GIST, THOMAS, JR. (BA) to GOV.
Difficulties in procuring recruits; organization of the militia.
MSA S 989-2051, MdHR 4576-66  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Nov. 14.
GERROCK, JOHN, Quartermaster (BA) to GOV.
Request for an advance of funds.
MSA S 989-2052, MdHR 4576-67  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 29.
SOMERVILLE, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Protest against confinement; request for parole.
MSA S 989-2053, MdHR 4576-68  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 13.
JENIFER, & HOOE (Alexandria, VA) to GOV.
Enemy fleet movements.
MSA S 989-2054, MdHR 4576-69  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 21.
JONES, THOMAS (Camp near Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop movements.
MSA S 989-2055, MdHR 4576-70  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Dec. 22.
COOK, GEORGE ("Independence," Breton Bay) to GOV.
Enemy plundering; request for supplies.
MSA S 989-2056, MdHR 4576-71  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Dec. 21.
COURSEY, THOMAS to GOV.
Shipment of supplies.
MSA S 989-2057, MdHR 4576-72  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Dec. 19.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
George Isler's imprisonment for refusal to sign the oath of fidelity or join the American cause.
MSA S 989-2058, MdHR 4576-73  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 12.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Snow Hill, WO) to GOV.
Loyalist activities in WO.
MSA S 989-2059, MdHR 4576-74  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 20.
DASHIELL, GEORGE; SCOTT, GEORGE DAY; STEWART, JOHN (Salisbury).
Transfer of prisoners; delivery of freight to AN.
MSA S 989-2060, MdHR 4576-75  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 4.
JONES, THOMAS (Wilmington) to GOV.
Enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2061, MdHR 4576-76  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 3.
JONES, THOMAS (Wilmington) to GOV.
Enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2062, MdHR 4576-77  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 1.
JONES, THOMAS (Wilmington).
Troop conditions; enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2063, MdHR 4576-78  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 11.
JONES, THOMAS (Wilmington).
Status of recruits; enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2064, MdHR 4576-79  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 2.
JONES, THOMAS (Wilmington).
Transmittal of information received from Gen. Arnold.
MSA S 989-2065, MdHR 4576-80  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777?
JONES, THOMAS (Whiteclay Creek) to GOV.
Enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2066, MdHR 4576-81  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777.
JONES, THOMAS (Near Philadelphia).
Troop engagements and description of a battle.
MSA S 989-2067, MdHR 4576-82  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 30.
JONES, THOMAS (North East) to GOV.
Reconnaissance of an enemy troop encampment.
MSA S 989-2068, MdHR 4576-83  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 12.
JONES, THOMAS (SO) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-2069, MdHR 4576-84  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 12.
JONES, THOMAS to STATE.
Account for provisions.
MSA S 989-2070, MdHR 4576-85  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 9.
HARRIS, JOHN to RIDGELY, RICHARD.
Refusal of any appointment except that of a lieutenant.
MSA S 989-2071, MdHR 4576-86  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Feb. 20.
DORSEY, THOMAS; DORSEY, JONATHAN (Elk Ridge) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of John Hearn as an officer in the American army.
MSA S 989-2072, MdHR 4576-87  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776?
DORSEY, THOMAS et al. to CONVENTION.
Recommendation of William Hyde as a lieutenant colonel.
MSA S 989-2073, MdHR 4576-88  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776, Apr. 9.
MCCROSKEY, SAMUEL SMITH, Chm. (Southampton, VA) to HENRY, WILLIAM, Capt.
Provision of accommodations for Capt. Henry and his company.
MSA S 989-2074, MdHR 4576-89  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 18.
JONES, THOMAS (Reading Furnace, Chester Cty.) to GOV.
Troop movements; contents of letters from Gen. Burgoyne to Gen. Gates.
MSA S 989-2075, MdHR 4576-90  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 21.
JONES, THOMAS (Sckuykill Fatland Ford, PA) to GOV.
Troop movements.
MSA S 989-2076, MdHR 4576-91  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 14.
JONES, THOMAS (Nottingham, PA) to GOV.
Troop movements.
MSA S 989-2077, MdHR 4576-92  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 14.
JOHNSON, BAKER, Col. (Brick Meeting House) to GOV.
Troop engagements; morale and account of the wounded.
MSA S 989-2078, MdHR 4576-93  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 12.
JONES, THOMAS (New London) to GOV.
Troop engagements.
MSA S 989-2079, MdHR 4576-94  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 10.
JOHNSON, BAKER, Col. to GOV.
Troop movements; behavior of Maj. Ogle; refusal of troops to cross the river.
MSA S 989-2080, MdHR 4576-95  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 10.
ISLER, GEORGE; SOMERVILLE, GEORGE; FORD, WILLIAM to GOV.
Request for a trial.
MSA S 989-2081, MdHR 4576-96  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 8.
JOHNSON, BAKER, Col. (Near Bush) to GOV.
Troop movements; request for supplies and tents.
MSA S 989-2082, MdHR 4576-97  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jul. 1.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Attempts by citizens to avoid a law pertaining to engrossing provisions.
MSA S 989-2083, MdHR 4576-98  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Dec. 14.
COOK, GEORGE (St. Mary's River) to GOV.
Ship movements.
MSA S 989-2084, MdHR 4576-99  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 13.
ELMERS, JONATHAN, Medical Committee to GOV.
Request for Spanish flies.
MSA S 989-2085, MdHR 4576-100  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 3.
JONES, THOMAS (Near Philadelphia) to GOV.
Troop movements.
MSA S 989-2086, MdHR 4576-101  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 18.
JONES, THOMAS (Hatfield, PA).
Troop movements; defeat of Burgoyne.
MSA S 989-2087, MdHR 4576-102  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 6.
JENKINS, SAMUEL HUNT (AN) to GOV.
Request for a pass to SC.
MSA S 989-2088, MdHR 4576-103  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 11.
COOK, GEORGE ("Defence,"Patuxent River).
Ship movements; physical condition of seamen.
MSA S 989-2089, MdHR 4576-104  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 13.
COOK, GEORGE ("Defence").
Request for a ship's pilot.
MSA S 989-2090, MdHR 4576-105  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 7.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Request for medical provisions and commissions for sheriff and magistrate.
MSA S 989-2091, MdHR 4576-106  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 28.
CHISHOLM, ARCHIBALD (AN) to GOV.
Protest over the enlistment of servants.
MSA S 989-2092, MdHR 4576-107  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776, May. 21.
BRICE, JAMES to GOV.
Insufficient number of tax commissioners to carry out the resolution of the Assembly.
MSA S 989-2093, MdHR 4576-108  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 2.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA).
Enclosing depositions; lack of evidence to convict Mr. Somerville.
MSA S 989-2094, MdHR 4576-109  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 28.
MORTIMER, JOHN.
Deposition concerning the actions of Mr. Somerville.
MSA S 989-2095, MdHR 4576-110  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 28.
BROWN, ALEXANDER.
Deposition concerning the actions of Mr. Somerville.
MSA S 989-2096, MdHR 4576-111  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Dec. 31.
STEVENS, ROBERTSON (Cambridge) to GOV.
Request for money to provide for the Tory prisoners.
MSA S 989-2097, MdHR 4576-112  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Section from an act to promote the recruiting service: See 4576/114.
MSA S 989-2098, MdHR 4576-113  1 /6 /4 /8

1777, Apr. 2.
GOV. to GAITHER, JOHN (MO).
Appointment as collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-2099, MdHR 4576-113  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 2.
RIDGLEY, RICHARD, Clk.
Order to deposit collected blankets with Charles Wallace Howard at AN.
MSA S 989-2100, MdHR 4576-113  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 2.
GOV. TO GRIFFITH, JOHN (BC).
Appointment as collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-2101, MdHR 4576-114  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 2.
RIDGELY, RICHARD, Clk.
Order to deposit blankets collected with Gerrard Hopkins, Jr., in BC.
MSA S 989-2102, MdHR 4576-114  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 25.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV.
Recommendation of Dr. Thomas Gault as a surgeon in the militia.
MSA S 989-2103, MdHR 4576-115  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 1.
MATTHEWS, BENNETT to GOV.
Request for clothing, supplies, and wages.
MSA S 989-2104, MdHR 4576-116  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 2.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV (CV) to GOV.
Request for money for provisions.
MSA S 989-2105, MdHR 4576-117  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 19.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV to GOV.
Enemy fleet movements; capture of a boat.
MSA S 989-2106, MdHR 4576-118  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 6.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV (CV) to GOV.
Request to establish a new militia company.
MSA S 989-2107, MdHR 4576-119  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 18.
MURDOCK, GEORGE (Frederick Town) to RICHARDSON, THOMAS, Dep. Commissary Gen.
Request for money to purchase supplies.
MSA S 989-2108, MdHR 4576-120  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 20.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS (George Town) to BUCHANAN, WILLIAM (BA).
Transmittal of a letter from George Murdock.
MSA S 989-2109, MdHR 4576-121  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sep. 24.
MURDOCK, GEORGE (Frederick Town).
Request for additional funds.
MSA S 989-2110, MdHR 4576-122  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 19.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV (Hunting Town).
Troop movements.
MSA S 989-2111, MdHR 4576-123  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 13.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV (CV).
Militia company's refusal to march.
MSA S 989-2112, MdHR 4576-124  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 20.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV (CV).
Inquiry pertaining to magistrates'powers and regulation of the militia.
MSA S 989-2113, MdHR 4576-125  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Oct. 30.
MCCABE, JOHN (BA) to GOV.
Protest over the behavior of Capt. Richardson.
MSA S 989-2114, MdHR 4576-126  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Sept. 7.
MACKALL, JOHN, JR. to GOV.
Controversy over the issuance of commissions.
MSA S 989-2115, MdHR 4576-127  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 16.
MCHARD, ISAAC (BA) to GOV.
Difficulties pertaining to hiring wagons.
MSA S 989-2116, MdHR 4576-128  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Apr. 18.
MACCUBBIN, NICHOLAS to GOV.
Request to settle an account with William Harrison.
MSA S 989-2117, MdHR 4576-129  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 15.
MACCUBBIN, NICHOLAS to GOV.
Request for payment for shoes.
MSA S 989-2118, MdHR 4576-130  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 23.
MERRIKIN, JOSEPH to GOV.
Recommendation for the appointment of field officers in the Severn Batt.
MSA S 989-2119, MdHR 4576-131  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 25.
MATTHEWS, DANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Controversy over bills of lading for powder.
MSA S 989-2120, MdHR 4576-132  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 23.
MCCREERY, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Dispute over the payment of merchants' commissions.
MSA S 989-2121, MdHR 4576-134  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun.
STATE to MCCREERY, WILLIAM.
Account to pay commission and freight charges for a cargo from Holland.
MSA S 989-2122, MdHR 4576-135  1 /6 /4 /8

1777, Jul. 2.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV (CV).
Inability to raise a new company.
MSA S 989-2123, MdHR 4576-136  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun.
MURDOCK, JOHN (MO).
Recommendations for promotions in the 29th Batt.
MSA S 989-2124, MdHR 4576-137  1 /6 /4 /8

1777, Jun. 18.
MURDOCK, JOHN (MO) to GOV.
Refusal of men to enroll as volunteers in the militia.
MSA S 989-2125, MdHR 4576-138  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jun. 20.
MAGRUDER, ZADOCK (MO).
Behavior of Lt. Zachariah Ellis during a meeting of the battalion; list of vacancies.
MSA S 989-2126, MdHR 4576-139  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, May. 30.
MATTHEWS, DANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Settlement of the account for a shipment of powder.
MSA S 989-2127, MdHR 4576-140  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Jan. 24.
DALLAM, RICHARD (Harford Town) to GOV.
Purchase of salt and beef.
MSA S 989-2128, MdHR 4576-141  1 /6 /4 /8.

1778, Jun. 23.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to GOV.
Delivery of meat at AN.
MSA S 989-2129, MdHR 4576-142  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 24.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV (CV) to GOV.
Preparation for marching; request for wagons; fear of internal enemies.
MSA S 989-2130, MdHR 4576-143  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 20.
MURDOCK, JOHN to GOV.
Request for arms.
MSA S 989-2131, MdHR 4576-144  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777.
MACKALL, JOHN (CV) to GOV.
Request for the appointment of a magistrate; sale of Negroes.
MSA S 989-2132, MdHR 4576-145  1 /6 /4 /8.

1777, Aug. 16.
MATTHEWS, BENNETT.
Request to use the "Friendship's" anchor; recruitment of men.
MSA S 989-2133, MdHR 4576-146  1 /6 /4 /8.

1776, Feb. 12.
HANSON, JOHN (Fredericktown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for conveying and guarding powder.
MSA S 989-2134, MdHR 4577-01  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, May 31.
HOPKINS, GERRARD (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notification that muskets requested have been sent.
MSA S 989-2135, MdHR 4577-02  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, May 31.
COMMITTEE (Snowhill).
Notification that Capt. Benjamin Dennis raised militia in WO.
MSA S 989-2136, MdHR 4577-03  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, May. 1.
WARE, FRANCIS (BA).
Request for advice pertaining to inoculation against smallpox.
MSA S 989-2137, MdHR 4577-04  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, May. 1.
CAMPBELL, JAMES (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Request for acknowledgement of militia service; request for canvas.
MSA S 989-2138, MdHR 4577-05  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, May. 1.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA).
Request to fill an officer's vacancy.
MSA S 989-2139, MdHR 4577-06  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, May. 1.
NEILL, WILLIAM (BA).
Request for advice pertaining to the seizure and sale of his schooner and cargo.
MSA S 989-2140, MdHR 4577-07  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 19.
HARRISON, WILLIAM (CH).
Request to issue commissions.
MSA S 989-2141, MdHR 4577-08  1 /6 /4 /9.

1777, Apr. 29.
GUNBY, JOHN (FR).
Regimental recruiting and obtaining recruits for PA.
MSA S 989-2142, MdHR 4577-09  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 30.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for arms; movement of troops to Kent Island.
MSA S 989-2143, MdHR 4577-10  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 25.
HANSON, JOHN, Chm. (Middle District, FR).
Receipt of resolutions and the Declaration of Independence; need for arms; conditions of imprisonment.
MSA S 989-2144, MdHR 4577-11  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 5.
HANSON, JOHN, Pres. Council Saf. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Need for money to purchase guns and blankets.
MSA S 989-2145, MdHR 4577-12  1 /6 /4 /9.

1775, Dec. 18.
GASSAWAY, JOHN to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Request for a commission.
MSA S 989-2146, MdHR 4577-13  1 /6 /4 /9.

1775, Nov. 29.
MASON, GEORGE (VA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Capture of Maj. John Connolly in FR; plans to raise an Indian regiment by Maj. Connolly.
MSA S 989-2147, MdHR 4577-14  1 /6 /4 /9.

1775, Oct. 12.
COWLEY, WILLIAM.
Information pertaining to Maj. John Connolly's plan to raise an Indian regiment and to free convicts and indentured servants.
MSA S 989-2148, MdHR 4577-15  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Feb. 22.
CARROLL, CHARLES (AN).
Account for powder.
MSA S 989-2149, MdHR 4577-16  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Feb. 1.
MURRAY, JAMES, Chm. (DO).
Scarcity of arms.
MSA S 989-2150, MdHR 4577-17  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Oct. 23.
BLAIR, JOHN (Choptank River).
Account for flour.
MSA S 989-2151, MdHR 4577-18  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Oct. 23.
THOMAS, WILLIAM, Master ("Edward").
Capture of the " Edward"by the British.
MSA S 989-2152, MdHR 4577-18  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jun. 11.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Request to forward enclosed letters when he returns to England.
MSA S 989-2153, MdHR 4577-19  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 22.
SCOTT, JOHN to PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information about the attendance of John Scott at the Council.
MSA S 989-2154, MdHR 4577-21  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 2.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (QA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notice that Capt. Dean's Comp. has changed location because of lack of water.
MSA S 989-2155, MdHR 4577-22  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 21.
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Letter of introduction for appointment as militia surgeon.
MSA S 989-2156, MdHR 4577-23  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 1.
DENT, JOHN, Brig. Gen. (CH) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Return of a commission in the Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-2157, MdHR 4577-24  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 1.
SMYTH, THOMAS (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money to purchase guns and blankets; employment of a cooper.
MSA S 989-2158, MdHR 4577-25  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 1.
YOST, JOHN (Georgetown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Concerning a shipment of arms.
MSA S 989-2159, MdHR 4577-26  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 2.
GRAYBELL, PHILIP (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Accounts for arms and blankets.
MSA S 989-2160, MdHR 4577-27  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 2.
GRIEST, ISAAC (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Contracts for obtaining supplies.
MSA S 989-2161, MdHR 4577-28  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 3.
THOMPSON, RICHARD (Georgetown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Declines commission as quartermaster general in the FR Regt.
MSA S 989-2162, MdHR 4577-29  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 3.
STONE, WILLIAM (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Memorial pertaining to the role of a vessel.
MSA S 989-2163, MdHR 4577-30  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 3.
EARLE, JOSEPH to NICHOLSON, JOSEPH.
Declines commission.
MSA S 989-2164, MdHR 4577-31  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 4.
CROCKETT, JOHN (BA).
Request for information about shipment of supplies from Carolina.
MSA S 989-2165, MdHR 4577-32  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 15.
BROOKE, JOHN, JR. (CV) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notification of troop movement from Drum Point to Hunting Town.
MSA S 989-2166, MdHR 4577-33  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 5.
EWING, THOMAS (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for supplies for troops; attempts to secure guns.
MSA S 989-2167, MdHR 4577-34  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 6.
SOMERVILLE, ALEXANDER (CV) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for orders to relocate Capt. Brooke's troops.
MSA S 989-2168, MdHR 4577-35  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 6.
SANDERSON, FRANCIS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Proposal to furnish camp kettles.
MSA S 989-2169, MdHR 4577-36  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 6.
VEAZEY, JOHN (CE).
Receipt of funds for purchase of arms; request for funds to purchase supplies and pay troops.
MSA S 989-2170, MdHR 4577-37  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 7.
WOOLSEY, GEORGE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of a vessel; request for information about beginning service to the province.
MSA S 989-2171, MdHR 4577-38  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 7.
EWING, THOMAS (BA).
Recommendation to place troops in barracks.
MSA S 989-2172, MdHR 4577-39  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 7.
BARNES, ABRAHAM, Chm. (Leonardtown, SM) to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
Request to remove troops from SM; departure of the fleet.
MSA S 989-2173, MdHR 4577-40  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 7-19.
SIM, JOSEPH (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request that account be settled with Capt. Baynes and Capt. Wade for militia service.
MSA S 989-2174, MdHR 4577-41  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 7.
GRAHAM, CHARLES (Lower Marlboro) to HARWOOD, THOMAS (AN).
Request to settle an account with John Davis for use of a schooner.
MSA S 989-2175, MdHR 4577-42  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 13.
THOMAS, JOHN ALLEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for payment to John Davis for hire of his vessel to transport troops.
MSA S 989-2176, MdHR 4577-43  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 7.
KENT, JAMES (QA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-2177, MdHR 4577-44  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 8.
GRIEST, ISAAC (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Commissioning of tent makers and coopers.
MSA S 989-2178, MdHR 4577-45  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 7.
MANTZ, PETER (Leonardtown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation that troops be moved to a location with a healthier climate; request for money for provisions.
MSA S 989-2179, MdHR 4577-46  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 8.
THOMAS, NICHOLAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission as quartermaster general; recommendation of William Perry as a replacement.
MSA S 989-2180, MdHR 4577-47  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 9.
POWNALL, THOMAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission as lieutenant.
MSA S 989-2181, MdHR 4577-48  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 10.
LYON, HUGH (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money to purchase arms and blankets.
MSA S 989-2182, MdHR 4577-49  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 10.
ARCHER & HARRIS (HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for linen; enlistment of weavers into the Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-2183, MdHR 4577-50  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 11.
EWING, THOMAS (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money to purchase supplies; order for guns and supplies.
MSA S 989-2184, MdHR 4577-51  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 11.
THOMAS, JOHN ALLEN (Head of Elk).
Request for an order to secure provisions.
MSA S 989-2185, MdHR 4577-52  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 11.
GIBSON, JAMES; HALL, ROBERT; DWIGGINS, ROBERT to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of William Perry as quartermaster.
MSA S 989-2186, MdHR 4577-53  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 12.
CUNNINGHAM, JAMES (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for militia commission.
MSA S 989-2187, MdHR 4577-54  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 13.
PERKINS, ISAAC (KE).
Request for provisions; request for advice about reimbursement of funds.
MSA S 989-2188, MdHR 4577-55  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 13.
CHRISTIE, ROBERT (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Request for payment for damages to schooners.
MSA S 989-2189, MdHR 4577-56  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 13.
BAKER, FRANCIS (TA).
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-2190, MdHR 4577-57  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 13.
RICHARDSON, JOSEPH, Chm.
Capture and transfer of prisoner, John Prior.
MSA S 989-2191, MdHR 4577-58  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 14.
WEISENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (AN) to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
Request for information pertaining to his discharge from service.
MSA S 989-2192, MdHR 4577-59  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 14.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendations for provsioning and transporting troops destined for Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-2193, MdHR 4577-60  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 14.
NICHOLLS, SAMUEL (Wye River) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Information pertaining to the amount of flint at Emerson's Landing.
MSA S 989-2194, MdHR 4577-61  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 14.
LOWE, JOHN HAWKINS, Gen. (BA).
Request for money needed for the march to Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-2195, MdHR 4577-62  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 14.
DALTON, JOHN (Alexandria) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Order to settle an account; request for a receipt.
MSA S 989-2196, MdHR 4577-63  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jan. 3.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. to BROOKE, RICHARD.
Commission as a major.
MSA S 989-2197, MdHR 4577-64  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 15.
BROOKE, RICHARD (FR) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Convention.
Resignation of commission as major.
MSA S 989-2198, MdHR 4577-65  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 6.
VEAZEY, JOHN, Chm. (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money to pay troops and to purchase provisions.
MSA S 989-2199, MdHR 4577-66  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 15.
VEAZEY, JOHN, Chm. (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account and request for money to purchase provisions.
MSA S 989-2200, MdHR 4577-67  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 15.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Agreement to furnish timber, bar iron, pitch, tar, and turpentine.
MSA S 989-2201, MdHR 4577-68  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 16.
SMYTH, THOMAS, JR. (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for marching orders and money to purchase provisions and pay the troops.
MSA S 989-2202, MdHR 4577-69  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 17.
TOOTELL, RICHARD, Dr. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to be released from his position as surgeon.
MSA S 989-2203, MdHR 4577-70  1 /6 /4 /9

1776, Aug. 21.
JONES, THOMAS (Northumberland Cty., VA).
Delivery and order to pay Capt. Thomas Walker for arms and gunpowder.
MSA S 989-2204, MdHR 4577-71  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 18.
MCFADON, JOHN (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delay in the manufacture of linen; increase in prices and absence of labor.
MSA S 989-2205, MdHR 4577-72  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 18.
EWING, THOMAS (BA).
Movement of troops to Head of Elk; request for orders to purchase supplies.
MSA S 989-2206, MdHR 4577-73  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 19.
GRIEST, ISAAC (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account of provisions to be purchased.
MSA S 989-2207, MdHR 4577-74  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 19.
BOUNTY, THOMAS (Cambridge) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Movement of troops to AN en route to Philadlephia; need for guns and blankets.
MSA S 989-2208, MdHR 4577-75  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 20.
GRIEST, ISAAC (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of knapsacks and haversacks to Mr. Hunt's company; need for additional troop supplies.
MSA S 989-2209, MdHR 4577-76  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 20.
DAMES, JOHN, Col. (QA) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (CA).
Request for orders to march; procurement of arms; request for linen.
MSA S 989-2210, MdHR 4577-77  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 20.
DORSEY, SAMUEL to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Manufacture of tents.
MSA S 989-2211, MdHR 4577-78  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 28.
DAMES, JOHN (QA).
Status of arming and supplying his company; hopes rumor that his men's guns will be given to Capt. Dean are unfounded.
MSA S 989-2212, MdHR 4577-79  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 21.
GARRETT, AMOS (HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt for salt; account of arms for sale and a request for an evaluation
MSA S 989-2213, MdHR 4577-80  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 24.
GARRETT, AMOS to STATE.
Account for arms; receipt by Edward Hall.
MSA S 989-2214, MdHR 4577-81  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 23.
NICHOLSON, JOSEPH (QA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Request for firelocks from the Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-2215, MdHR 4577-82  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 24.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Need for orders for Capt. Alexander to march; work begun by bayonet forgers.
MSA S 989-2216, MdHR 4577-83  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 30.
BOUCHER, JOHN THOMAS, Capt. (Yocommico) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Resignation of commission; request for a commission in AN.
MSA S 989-2217, MdHR 4577-84  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 17.
DEAN, JONATHAN (Head of Elk) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for provisions.
MSA S 989-2218, MdHR 4577-85  1 /6 /4 /9

1776, Aug. 24.
HANSON, JOHN, Chm. (FR) to COMMITTEE OF FREDERICK COUNTY.
Request for money to purchase supplies; account of supplies.
MSA S 989-2219, MdHR 4577-86  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 26.
CHAILLE, MOSES (WO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-2220, MdHR 4577-87  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jan. 5.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. to CHAILLE, MOSES.
Appointment as lieutenant.
MSA S 989-2221, MdHR 4577-88  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 25.
MANTZ, PETER (Philadelphia).
Request for commission as major.
MSA S 989-2222, MdHR 4577-89  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 22.
DAMES, JOHN (Charlestown, KE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for supplies and money.
MSA S 989-2223, MdHR 4577-90  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 27.
PERKINS, ISAAC (KE).
Request for money for expenses incurred in march to NY.
MSA S 989-2224, MdHR 4577-91  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 27.
BEALL, REZIN (AN).
Recommendation of Maj. Daniel J. Adams for a commission.
MSA S 989-2225, MdHR 4577-92  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 27.
JOHNSON, EDWARD, Clk. Committee Obs. (CV) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money to purchase arms for Capt. Brooke's Comp.
MSA S 989-2226, MdHR 4577-93  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 31.
* to BERRY, ROBERT.
Order to load and dispatch coal with Capt. Stephen Johnson.
MSA S 989-2227, MdHR 4577-94  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 27.
MORRIS, JAMES R. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Hire of schooners.
MSA S 989-2228, MdHR 4577-94  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Aug. 30.
LOWE, JOHN HAWKINS; BURGESS, JOHN; DUVALL, WILLIAM (Trenton) to CONVENTION.
Request to raise a company of regulars.
MSA S 989-2229, MdHR 4577-95  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 23.
MURRAY, JAMES, Chm. (DO).
Agreement to furnish firelocks and blankets to the Flying Camp; scarcity of arms and blankets; request for powder and balls.
MSA S 989-2230, MdHR 4577-96  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 23.
HANSON, THOMAS (Green Hill) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
List of men recruited into the Flying Camp; request for arms.
MSA S 989-2231, MdHR 4577-97  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 23.
DENT, JONATHAN (CH) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Refusal to accept a commission.
MSA S 989-2232, MdHR 4577-98  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 25.
STRICKER, GEORGE (Frederick Town) to CHASE, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Recruitment efforts; purchase of blankets and arms.
MSA S 989-2233, MdHR 4577-99  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 24.
CONTEE, JOHN (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Inability to furnish arms and blankets; reports from the collection of arms from nonassociators.
MSA S 989-2234, MdHR 4577-100  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Feb. 24.
NICHOLLS, ROBERT LLOYD (TA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Relief for Capt. Kent's Minute Comp.
MSA S 989-2235, MdHR 4577-101  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Feb. 19.
WRIGHT, TURBUTT; WRIGHT, THOMAS; WRIGHT, SOLOMON (QA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to supply provisions to Capt. Kent's Comp.
MSA S 989-2236, MdHR 4577-101  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 24.
NICOLLS, ROBERT LLOYD (TA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Order to pay the troops.
MSA S 989-2237, MdHR 4577-102  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 24.
GRAVES, RICHARD to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for repair of gunlocks.
MSA S 989-2238, MdHR 4577-103  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 24.
DENT, JOHN, Gen. (CH) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information about Maj. Price's commission.
MSA S 989-2239, MdHR 4577-104  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 24.
BEALL, JOHN (Piscattaway) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Enemy troop movements up the Potomac; request for powder.
MSA S 989-2240, MdHR 4577-105  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 12.
JONES, THOMAS (BC).
Muster roll of men enlisted by Capt. Phillip Graybell.
MSA S 989-2241, MdHR 4577-106  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 23.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, Chm. et al. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notification that citizens are being requested to donate blankets and arms.
MSA S 989-2242, MdHR 4577-107  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 24.
BERRY, ROBERT (Chestertown).
Receipt for gunpowder and sailcloth.
MSA S 989-2243, MdHR 4577-108  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 24.
SMYTH, THOMAS (Chestertown) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Order for powder and sailcloth.
MSA S 989-2244, MdHR 4577-109  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 29.
PRICE, THOMAS (Upper Camp, St. George's).
Information about an attack on the British fleet; will assist in securing boats.
MSA S 989-2245, MdHR 4577-110  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 25.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL; CALHOUN, JAMES; BOYD, JONATHAN (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of John Gordon and Matthew Patton to make knapsacks and haversacks.
MSA S 989-2246, MdHR 4577-111  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 26.
BEATTY, CHARLES.
Opinion pertaining to Philip Meroney's request for money to purchase guns and blankets.
MSA S 989-2247, MdHR 4577-112  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 26.
MERONEY, PHILIP (Fredericktown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money for the purchase of guns and blankets.
MSA S 989-2248, MdHR 4577-112  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 26.
PRICE, THOMAS (Upper Camp, St. George's).
Forced to send militia home; attack on enemy troops on St. George's Island; transfer to AN of a prisoner and three deserters.
MSA S 989-2249, MdHR 4577-113  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 26.
HOOE, ROBERT, Col. (Chincoteague) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt and disbursement of tobacco and flour.
MSA S 989-2250, MdHR 4577-114  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 26.
DAMES, JOHN (QA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Council's copies of muster rolls; request for arms.
MSA S 989-2251, MdHR 4577-115  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 26.
BARNES, RICHARD, Col. (Camp at Cherry Fields).
Recommendation that Capt. George Cook be appointed to command the "Defence".
MSA S 989-2252, MdHR 4577-116  1 /6 /4 /9.

1776, Jul. 26.
HAWKINS, JOHN (CH) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Relief of the troops on St. George's Island; request for an adjustment of the battalion's account; request for funds.
MSA S 989-2253, MdHR 4578-01  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jun.? 26.
BRACCO, BENNETT, Lt. (Port Tobacco) to TILGHMAN, JAMES (AN).
Request for advice about innoculation for smallpox.
MSA S 989-2254, MdHR 4578-02  1 /6 /4 /10

1776, Jul. 26.
MAGRUDER, SAMUEL. W., Chm. (FR) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Maj. Richard Crabb for a commission.
MSA S 989-2255, MdHR 4578-03  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 27.
RUMSEY, CHARLES; HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Concerning Capt. John Oglevie's willingness to march his company in lieu of Capt. Alexander's.
MSA S 989-2256, MdHR 4578-04  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jun. 21.
OLGEVIE, JOHN, Capt. et al.
Militia enrollment for the Middle Department.
MSA S 989-2257, MdHR 4578-05  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 27.
SOMERVILLE, ALEXANDER (CV) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation to station a company in SM or at Drum Point.
MSA S 989-2258, MdHR 4578-06  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 27.
YELL, MOSES.
Deposition pertaining to the identification of Joseph Wheland et al. as members of Lord Dunmore's fleet.
MSA S 989-2259, MdHR 4578-07  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 29.
THOMAS, JOHN ALLEN, Lt. (Headquarters, St. George's) to PLATER, GEORGE, Col. (AN).
Fleet movements and preparation for boarding unarmed vessels; request for supplies.
MSA S 989-2260, MdHR 4578-08  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 23.
PRICE, THOMAS (Upper Camp, St. George's) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Preparations to attack the enemy fleet; obtaining supplies; smallpox outbreak.
MSA S 989-2261, MdHR 4578-09  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 23.
JOHNSON, BAKER (Fredericktown) to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
Request to send money to Capt. Hardman's Comp. to purchase guns and blankets.
MSA S 989-2262, MdHR 4578-10  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 20.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN (Drum Point) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notice that Mr. Braithwait, a deserter from the fleet, will be sent to the Council.
MSA S 989-2263, MdHR 4578-11  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 22.
DALLAM, RICHARD to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Account of arms purchased; ability to furnish bayonets.
MSA S 989-2264, MdHR 4578-12  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 22.
MURRAY, JAMES (Cambridge) to COMMITTEE OF SAFETY.
Request for duplicate payment order on the E.S.T. for wagon hire and transportation of arms.
MSA S 989-2265, MdHR 4578-13  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 21.
JOHNSON, BAKER (Fredericktown).
Military orders; need for money to purchase guns and blankets; request for information pertaining to recommendations and petitions.
MSA S 989-2266, MdHR 4578-14  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 21.
TILGHMAN, JAMES to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Acquisiton of guns.
MSA S 989-2267, MdHR 4578-15  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 20.
DENT, JONATHAN (Headquarters, St. George's) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Fleet movements to Nanjemoy.
MSA S 989-2268, MdHR 4578-16  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 20.
MARTIN, NICHOLAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Offer to raise a company to protect Oxford.
MSA S 989-2269, MdHR 4578-17  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 29.
WOOLSEY, GEORGE (BA).
Examination of wharves for flintstones; information pertaining to flint quarry at Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-2270, MdHR 4578-18  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 28.
DEAN, JOHN (Kent Island) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Movement of a company to Kent Island; request for provisions.
MSA S 989-2271, MdHR 4578-19  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 28.
CHAMBERLAINE, JAMES LLOYD (TA) to PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt of cannon powder; request for a guard for the magazine.
MSA S 989-2272, MdHR 4578-20  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 28.
MORROW, DAVID (Chestertown) to RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (AN).
Request for information pertaining to appointment as surgeon to the Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-2273, MdHR 4578-21  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 27.
WINTERS, ELISHA (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for muskets.
MSA S 989-2274, MdHR 4578-22  1 /6 /4 /10.

1778?
*
Memorandum pertaining to ownership of a tract of land called "Venison Park" .
MSA S 989-2275, MdHR 4578-23  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 13.
GOUGH, CALEB C. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt of a draft by Jesse Hollingsworth; assurance of assistance to Geroge Wells in procuring cargo.
MSA S 989-2276, MdHR 4578-24  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 2.
BUCHANAN, RICHARD to RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (AN).
Offer to build gondolas.
MSA S 989-2277, MdHR 4578-25  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 23.
BUCHANAN, RICHARD (BA) to RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (AN).
Offer to build gondolas.
MSA S 989-2278, MdHR 4578-26  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 15.
HINDMAN, WILLIAM (TA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notification that William Barclay Townsend is en route to appear before the Council.
MSA S 989-2279, MdHR 4578-27  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 30.
HOOPER, HENRY (Headquarters, Cambridge) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Information pertaining to capture of an enemy schooner; locations of troops.
MSA S 989-2280, MdHR 4578-28  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 31.
HOOPER, HENRY (DO) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Suspicion that Lt. Levi Willin and Ens. Job Todd are Tories.
MSA S 989-2281, MdHR 4578-29  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 30.
HARRISON, JOSEPH W. (Port Tobacco).
Shipment of arms and ammunition at Port Tobacco.
MSA S 989-2282, MdHR 4578-30  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 30.
HOPKINS, GERRARD (BA) to DUVALL, GABRIEL (AN).
Order for knapsacks and haversacks; receipt of linen for tents.
MSA S 989-2283, MdHR 4578-31  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 31.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (Fort at Whetstone) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information pertaining to payment of fees for maintaining a deserter in prison.
MSA S 989-2284, MdHR 4578-32  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 31.
HOWLAND, JOHN.
Account of prison fees for keeping Samuel Johnson.
MSA S 989-2285, MdHR 4578-33  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 31.
NOEL, EDWARD, Chm. (DO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Prisoners taken from Lord Dunmore's army; need for adequate provisions.
MSA S 989-2286, MdHR 4578-34  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 16.
BRACCO, BENNET to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money for provisions.
MSA S 989-2287, MdHR 4578-35  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 16.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to TILGHMAN, JAMES (AN).
Sale of a sloop; desire of a Frenchman to enlist in the service.
MSA S 989-2288, MdHR 4578-36  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 15.
LUX, WILLIAM (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Capt. Robert Sanders and Capt. Moore for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-2289, MdHR 4578-37  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 15.
DORSEY, JAMES to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Recommendaiton of his son for a commission in Capt. Nathaniel Smith's or Capt. Fulford's Batt.
MSA S 989-2290, MdHR 4578-38  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 16.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Completion and delivery of muskets at Harford Town.
MSA S 989-2291, MdHR 4578-39  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 16.
JOHNSON, BAKER, Col. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for funds.
MSA S 989-2292, MdHR 4578-40  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 14.
DORSEY, THOMAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notification that Capt. Riggs is awaiting orders.
MSA S 989-2293, MdHR 4578-41  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 14.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for flour.
MSA S 989-2294, MdHR 4578-42  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 15.
JORDAN, JEREMIAH, Col. (SM) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enemy landing on St. George's Island; request for ammunition.
MSA S 989-2295, MdHR 4578-43  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 16.
BARNES, THOMAS, Capt.; ELLIOT, THOMAS, Capt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for reinforcements.
MSA S 989-2296, MdHR 4578-44  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 16.
DENT, JONATHAN (CH) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2297, MdHR 4578-45  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 16.
PORTTEUS, ROBERT (BA).
Request for confirmation of commission as lieutenant in Capt. Nathaniel Smith's Comp.
MSA S 989-2298, MdHR 4578-46  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 16.
SKINNER, JOHN (Nottingham Iron Works, BA).
Notification that the furnace had blown out.
MSA S 989-2299, MdHR 4578-47  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 16.
TYLER, ROBERT to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notification that company will be at AN.
MSA S 989-2300, MdHR 4578-48  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 17.
JORDAN, JEREMIAH, Col. (SM) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Troop engagments on St. George's Island; need for men and supplies.
MSA S 989-2301, MdHR 4578-49  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul.
HOOE, ROBERT (Chincoteague) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Transportation and supply of flour, arms, and ammunition.
MSA S 989-2302, MdHR 4578-50  1 /6 /4 /10

1776, Jul. 17.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Payment of an account for flour; offer to sell bread and flour.
MSA S 989-2303, MdHR 4578-51  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 17.
BARNES, THOMAS, Capt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for powder, balls, and reinforcements.
MSA S 989-2304, MdHR 4578-52  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 17.
WATERS, WILLIAM, Chm. (SO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money.
MSA S 989-2305, MdHR 4578-53  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 17.
PATTON, MATTHEW.
Account for knapsacks.
MSA S 989-2306, MdHR 4578-54  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 17.
WATERS, WILLIAM (SO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enclosing the extract of the proceedings against James Layfield.
MSA S 989-2307, MdHR 4578-55  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 10-17.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (SO).
Extract of the proceedings against James Layfield.
MSA S 989-2308, MdHR 4578-56  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 17.
HANDS, THOMAS B. (Langford Bay).
Resignation of appointment to the Committee of Safety.
MSA S 989-2309, MdHR 4578-57  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 17.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Sale of a vessel.
MSA S 989-2310, MdHR 4578-58  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 18.
WEST, JOHN, Chm. (Alexandria) to PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation that the commanding officer in each county be (entry incomplete)
MSA S 989-2311, MdHR 4578-59  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 18.
DORSEY, THOMAS (Elkridge) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Inquiry about the need to send militia to AN.
MSA S 989-2312, MdHR 4578-60  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 18.
*
Information obtained during Cunningham's examination.
MSA S 989-2313, MdHR 4578-61  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 10.
NICHOLSON, JAMES (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delay in sailing while ship is being caulked.
MSA S 989-2314, MdHR 4578-62  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 17.
SOMERVILLE, ALEXANDER to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enemy landings on St. George's Island; request for funds.
MSA S 989-2315, MdHR 4578-63  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 18.
WOLSTENHOLME, DANIEL (SM) to BARNES, RICHARD, Col.
Requests permission to return to England.
MSA S 989-2316, MdHR 4578-64  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 19.
SCOTT, GEORGE (Fredericktown).
Offer to sell linen.
MSA S 989-2317, MdHR 4578-65  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 19.
BOURK, THOMAS (Cambridge).
Difficulties pertaining to raising a militia company.
MSA S 989-2318, MdHR 4578-66  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 1.
BOWES, TIMOTHY, Clk. (SM Court House).
Resolution to allow Daniel Wolstenholme to return to England.
MSA S 989-2319, MdHR 4578-67  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 19.
BARNES, ABRAHAM, Chm.
Resolution to allow Daniel Wolstenholme to return to England.
MSA S 989-2320, MdHR 4578-67  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 19.
HOOPER, HENRY (DO) to JENIFER, DANIEL, OF ST. THOMAS.
Request for money to supply the militia; request for information pertaining to Lord Dunmore's fleet.
MSA S 989-2321, MdHR 4578-68  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 19.
DENT, JOHN, Gen. (Headquarters, Charles River) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enemy's strength and troop movements.
MSA S 989-2322, MdHR 4578-69  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 20.
WINTERS, ELISHA (Chestertown).
Agreement to repair arms and procure bayonets.
MSA S 989-2323, MdHR 4578-70  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 23.
PRICE, THOMAS, Maj. (St. George's Island).
Apology for mistakenly opening a packet.
MSA S 989-2324, MdHR 4578-71  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 17.
* (SM) to COMMANDING OFFICER OF THE MD TROOPS (St. George's).
Request that an officer be appointed to receive a flag of truce.
MSA S 989-2325, MdHR 4578-72  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 23.
BARNES, RICHARD (St. George's Neck).
Recommendation that Daniel Wolstenholme be allowed to depart for England.
MSA S 989-2326, MdHR 4578-73  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jun. 11.
HANSON, SAMUEL (Greenhill) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request that his son be given a commission as a captain.
MSA S 989-2327, MdHR 4578-74  1 /6 /4 /10.

1775, Dec. 30.
HOWELL, JEHU to CONVENTION.
Request for a commission as captain.
MSA S 989-2328, MdHR 4578-75  1 /6 /4 /10.

1775?
HOWELL, JEHU, Capt.
List of enrollments in his company.
MSA S 989-2329, MdHR 4578-76  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 20.
BRACCO, BENNETT.
Request for money for Capt. Beall.
MSA S 989-2330, MdHR 4578-77  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 12.
CONTEE, THOMAS; WEST, STEPHEN; WOOTTON, WILLIAM, J. (Upper Marlboro) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY
Request for currency to exchange for specie.
MSA S 989-2331, MdHR 4578-78  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 14.
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM (Woodyard) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Recommendation that gunlocks be bought from Mr. West.
MSA S 989-2332, MdHR 4578-79  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 17.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Order for ammunition and cannons; request that someone be appointed to inpect guns at Antietam.
MSA S 989-2333, MdHR 4578-80  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 23.
BARNES, RICHARD (Fredericktown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment of gunlocks and gold; resignation of Philip Reed as lieutenant; recommendation of Bennet Combs as a replacement.
MSA S 989-2334, MdHR 4578-81  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 20.
BARNES, RICHARD (Leonardtown).
Collection and exchange of gold and silver for currency.
MSA S 989-2335, MdHR 4578-82  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 21.
YOUNG, JACOB (Fredericktown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Application for commissions.
MSA S 989-2336, MdHR 4578-83  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 26.
MURRAY, JAMES (DO)
Notification that the DO Independent Comp. will be stationed in Cambridge: See 4578/84.
MSA S 989-2337, MdHR 4578-85  1 /6 /4 /10

1776, Feb. 26.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (CH)
Recommendation of officers to fill vacant commissions.
MSA S 989-2338, MdHR 4578-86  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 28.
KENT, JAMES; HENRY, WILLIAM (VA).
Capture of a schooner by slaves; condition of troops in VA; Clinton's arrival at Norfolk; request for money for supplies and wages.
MSA S 989-2339, MdHR 4578-87  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 29.
KENT, JAMES; HENRY, WILLIAM (Northampton Cty., VA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enclosing a list of minute companies and men.
MSA S 989-2340, MdHR 4578-88  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776.
KENT, JAMES.
Lists of minute companies and men that marched from QA on 3 Feb 1776.
MSA S 989-2341, MdHR 4578-89  1 /6 /4 /10

1776, Mar. 29.
HENRY, WILLIAM, Capt. (Northamption Cty., VA).
Muster roll of Capt. William's Minute Comp.
MSA S 989-2342, MdHR 4578-90  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Mar. 1.
KENT, JAMES, Capt.
Muster roll of Capt. James Kent's Minute Comp.
MSA S 989-2343, MdHR 4578-91  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 29.
STEWART, DAVID (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enclosing explanation of a trip by the "Seaflower" to the West Indies.
MSA S 989-2344, MdHR 4578-92  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 27.
STRICKER, GEORGE (Fredericktown).
Request for orders to purchase blankets.
MSA S 989-2345, MdHR 4578-93  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Mar. 4.
* to STRICKER, GEORGE, Capt. (AN).
Order for the purchase of blankets and cloth; reinbursement by the Council for provisions already purchased.
MSA S 989-2346, MdHR 4578-94  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 27.
SCOTT, JOHN DAY (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money for supplies.
MSA S 989-2347, MdHR 4578-95  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 24.
GILPIN, JOSEPH (Head of Elk) to RUMSEY, BENJAMIN.
Request for copies of commissions that were mislaid.
MSA S 989-2348, MdHR 4578-96  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 24.
THOMAS, JOHN ALLEN (Leonardtown).
Movement of troops to Leonardtown; request for a house and an order to purchase an indentured servant to serve as a fifer.
MSA S 989-2349, MdHR 4578-97  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 20.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, IV; SOMERVILLE, ALEXANDER; SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Collection of gold and silver.
MSA S 989-2350, MdHR 4578-98  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 19.
SMITH, NATHANIEL to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to pay William Woolsey; enclosing enrollment of his company.
MSA S 989-2351, MdHR 4578-99  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 18.
SIM, JOSEPH (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
List of officers chosen for the Nottingham Comp.; application for their commissions.
MSA S 989-2352, MdHR 4578-100  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 18.
COURTENAY, HERCULES to CARROLL, CHARLES, BARRISTER (AN).
Use of the "Friendship" on authority of Capt. Stone.
MSA S 989-2353, MdHR 4578-101  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Jul. 18.
CRAWFORD, DAVID (Upper Marlboro).
Enclosing dispatches.
MSA S 989-2354, MdHR 4578-102  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 7.
CHAMBERLAINE, JAMES LLOYD (TA) to PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Refusal of commission by William Goldsborough.
MSA S 989-2355, MdHR 4578-103  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 16.
BEATTY, CHARLES; JOHNSON, BAKER (Fredericktown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Order that money be given to the committees of observation in each county for use of minute companies.
MSA S 989-2356, MdHR 4578-104  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 16.
BEALL, ANDREW to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for powder and lead from Bladensburg.
MSA S 989-2357, MdHR 4578-105  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 13.
LUX, WILLIAM (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to omit flour from the cargo to be shipped.
MSA S 989-2358, MdHR 4578-106  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 12.
NEILL, WILLIAM (BA) to CARROLL, CHARLES, Council Member.
Capture of the "Nancy"; request for permission to send a schooner to St. Croix.
MSA S 989-2359, MdHR 4578-107  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 12.
EWING, THOMAS (BA).
Report on the condition of guns.
MSA S 989-2360, MdHR 4578-108  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 12.
STRICKER, GEORGE (Fredericktown).
Request for money for arms and provisions.
MSA S 989-2361, MdHR 4578-109  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 12.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Lt. Col. (Head of Elk, CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation that James Tucker be given a commission as adjutant.
MSA S 989-2362, MdHR 4578-110  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 12.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to DUVALL, GABRIEL.
Sale of powder and gunlocks.
MSA S 989-2363, MdHR 4578-111  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 29.
BEALL, ANDREW (Bladensburg) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for commission as field officer.
MSA S 989-2364, MdHR 4578-112  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 10.
BARRETT, SAMUEL, Capt. (Fredericktown).
Resignation of commission as captain.
MSA S 989-2365, MdHR 4578-113  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 9.
DASHIELL, ROBERT.
Certification of officers' appointments.
MSA S 989-2366, MdHR 4578-114  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 10.
DASHIELL, GEORGE, Col.; HORSEY, WILLIAM (SO).
Resignation of Capt. George Wailes; replacement chosen by ballot.
MSA S 989-2367, MdHR 4578-115  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 10.
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Purchase of medicine and surgeon's instruments.
MSA S 989-2368, MdHR 4578-116  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 9.
* (AN) to (VA).
Enclosing a letter from NY.
MSA S 989-2369, MdHR 4578-117  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 3.
STENHOUSE, ALEXANDER, Dr. to WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (BA).
Estimated cost of drugs and medical apparatus.
MSA S 989-2370, MdHR 4578-118  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 7.
SPEAR, WILLIAM (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Enclosing invoice for oznaburgs; seizure of vessels.
MSA S 989-2371, MdHR 4578-119  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 6.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Agreement to manufacture muskets.
MSA S 989-2372, MdHR 4578-120  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 3.
TOWNSLEY, JOHN (BA).
Agreement to manufacture camp kettles and canteens.
MSA S 989-2373, MdHR 4578-121  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 4.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request for funds for town defense.
MSA S 989-2374, MdHR 4578-122  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 3.
LINDENBERGER, GEORGE; MCCLELLAN, JOHN (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for supplies; proposal to build a mill.
MSA S 989-2375, MdHR 4578-123  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776?
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to LINDENBERGER, GEORGE; MCCLELLAN, JOHN (BC).
Permission to allow a powder mill to be built.
MSA S 989-2376, MdHR 4578-124  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 2.
LINDENBERGER, GEORGE, MCCLELLAN, JOHN (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Agreement to extend a loan without interest.
MSA S 989-2377, MdHR 4578-125  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 2.
DORSEY, THOMAS; DORSEY, JONATHAN; GAITHER, EDWARD (Elk Ridge) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for permission to have arms repaired.
MSA S 989-2378, MdHR 4578-126  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 1.
THOMPSON, JOHN D. (CE) to RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (AN).
Request for funds to purchase gunpowder and saltpeter.
MSA S 989-2379, MdHR 4578-127  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Feb. 1.
THOMPSON, JOHN D. (CE) to RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (AN).
Request for money to purchase gunpowder and salt.
MSA S 989-2380, MdHR 4578-127  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776.
*
Permission to purchase gunpowder and saltpeter.
MSA S 989-2381, MdHR 4578-127  1 /6 /4 /10.

1776, Mar. 6.
HANSON, JOHN, JR. (Frederick Town).
Recommendation of son for militia commission.
MSA S 989-2382, MdHR 4579-01  1 /6 /4 /11.

1787, Mar. 2.
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Request for information about confiscated property.
MSA S 989-2383, MdHR 4579-02  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Apr. 18.
GARDNER, HUGH (CH) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request for militia commission.
MSA S 989-2384, MdHR 4579-03  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 10.
DENT, JOHN; PARNHAM, JOHN (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Hugh Gardner and William Campbell as militia officers.
MSA S 989-2385, MdHR 4579-04  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 6.
DUGAN, CUMBERLAND (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Condition of the schooner " Ninety-Two".
MSA S 989-2386, MdHR 4579-05  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 9.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Pertaining to transaction with Willing & Morris.
MSA S 989-2387, MdHR 4579-06  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 8.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Eustatia) to WILLING & MORRIS (Philadelphia).
Request to honor a bill of exchange executed for MD.
MSA S 989-2388, MdHR 4579-06  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 8.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Eustatia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Pertaining to transaction with Willing & Morris.
MSA S 989-2389, MdHR 4579-06  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 8.
BUCHANAN, ARCHIBALD (BC).
Receipt for building gondolas.
MSA S 989-2390, MdHR 4579-07  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Sep. 16-Nov. 8.
HARRIS, ROBERT, Capt. to STATE.
Roster and accounts for pay.
MSA S 989-2391, MdHR 4579-08  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 9.
HARRIS, ROBERT, Capt. (Philadelphia).
Enclosing military roster and accounts.
MSA S 989-2392, MdHR 4579-08  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 21.
STONE, WILLIAM (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Refusal of Capt. Martin to allow inspection of vessel.
MSA S 989-2393, MdHR 4579-09  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 13.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Eustateia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for reimbursement for paying John Parrott.
MSA S 989-2394, MdHR 4579-10  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 30.
RUMSEY, WILLIAM to CONVENTION.
Inability to appear before the Convention.
MSA S 989-2395, MdHR 4579-11  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 29.
CONWAY, THOMAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Report of arrival from Martinique.
MSA S 989-2396, MdHR 4579-12  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 30.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of supplies.
MSA S 989-2397, MdHR 4579-13  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 15.
DICKINSON, JOHN, Chm. Committee Obs. (DO).
Theft and shortage of salt.
MSA S 989-2398, MdHR 4579-14  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 13.
SMYTH, THOMAS (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for salt; recommendation of Alexander Murray for schooner command.
MSA S 989-2399, MdHR 4579-15  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 14.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Exchange of Bristol shot for lead.
MSA S 989-2400, MdHR 4579-16  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 15.
MURRAY, JAMES, Col. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Appointment of Maj. Thomas Muse of Cambridge to take charge of money for recruits.
MSA S 989-2401, MdHR 4579-17  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 5.
WELLS, GEORGE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Plan to lengthen the " Friendship"; request for money.
MSA S 989-2402, MdHR 4579-19  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Mar. 6.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Proposal to sell stockings; description of new linen.
MSA S 989-2403, MdHR 4579-20  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 5.
NICHOLSON, BENJAMIN to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Chm. Council Saf.
Request to allow Mrs. Daniel Chamier to visit husband in NY.
MSA S 989-2404, MdHR 4579-21  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 5.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of John Gibbons to command the " Friendship"; report of cargo on the " Friendship"and the " Resolution".
MSA S 989-2405, MdHR 4579-22  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 5.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Eustatia) to HOOE, ROBERT T. & CO.
Enclosing invoice and bill of lading for gunpowder.
MSA S 989-2406, MdHR 4579-23  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 5.
JOHNSON, BAKER, Col. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for commissions for Lt. William Macke, Lt. Joseph Hill, and Ens. John Thomas.
MSA S 989-2407, MdHR 4579-24  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 4.
HEBB, VERNON; BOWES, TIMOTHY (Leonard Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Condition of ships lying at Kitt's Point and Cherry Fields.
MSA S 989-2408, MdHR 4579-25  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 3.
KILTY, JOHN (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Repair and loading of the " Ninety-Two"and the " Resolution".
MSA S 989-2409, MdHR 4579-26  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 3.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Explanation for poor quality bayonets.
MSA S 989-2410, MdHR 4579-27  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 2.
JONES, THOMAS (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for exchange of lead for Bristol shot.
MSA S 989-2411, MdHR 4579-28  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Pertaining to provisions and supplies.
MSA S 989-2412, MdHR 4579-29  1 /6 /4 /11

1776, Nov. 1.
GAMES, JOHN, SR. to CONVENTION.
Petition for discharge of his son, John Games.
MSA S 989-2413, MdHR 4579-30  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 29.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Payment of bills for the " Ninety-Two"and the " Friendship".
MSA S 989-2414, MdHR 4579-31  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 28.
LEEKE, FRANK, Sheriff (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Requests that a new sheriff be nominated.
MSA S 989-2415, MdHR 4579-32  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 28.
SPARROW, THOMAS (Cambridge) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Death of Maj. Thomas Morse; offer of Capt. Joseph Daffin to take over his affairs.
MSA S 989-2416, MdHR 4579-33  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776?
SUDLER, EMORY to CONVENTION.
Account of expenses for Convention attendance.
MSA S 989-2417, MdHR 4579-34  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776?
RINGGOLD, THOMAS to CONVENTION.
Account of expenses for Convention attendance.
MSA S 989-2418, MdHR 4579-34  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 27.
MURRAY, JAMES (Cambridge) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of militia commission.
MSA S 989-2419, MdHR 4579-35  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 27.
SMYTH, THOMAS (Chester Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for salt.
MSA S 989-2420, MdHR 4579-36  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 7.
PIRIE, JOHN (Camp at White Plains) to TILGHMAN, JAMES.
Reports lack of medicine for MD troops.
MSA S 989-2421, MdHR 4579-37  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 25.
TILGHMAN, JAMES, Col. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enclosing letter from Dr. Pirie.
MSA S 989-2422, MdHR 4579-38  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Aug. 11.
STOCK, ANTHONY (FR) to REYNOLDS, JOHN, Capt.
Account for boarding men.
MSA S 989-2423, MdHR 4579-39  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 25.
JOHNSON, BAKER et al. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for money to pay the guard.
MSA S 989-2424, MdHR 4579-40  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 23.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Pierre) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for payment; discussion of stock and shipments: See 4579/44.
MSA S 989-2425, MdHR 4579-41  1 /6 /4 /11

1776, Nov. 25.
MARTIN, JOHN (BA).
Report of sailors' wages; request for commission.
MSA S 989-2426, MdHR 4579-42  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 24.
PATTERSON, WILLIAM (St. Pierre, Martinique) to VAN BIBBER & HARRISON.
Receipt of payment for the use of the " Dolphin".
MSA S 989-2427, MdHR 4579-43  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 21.
GRAHAME, CHARLES (Lower Marlboro) to STEWARD, STEPHEN.
Purchase of beef.
MSA S 989-2428, MdHR 4579-45  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 21.
DUGAN, CUMBERLAND to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for canvas for sails for the " Ninety-Two".
MSA S 989-2429, MdHR 4579-46  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 20.
NORRIS, BENJAMIN, Capt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for arms shipment.
MSA S 989-2430, MdHR 4579-47  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 20.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment of arms.
MSA S 989-2431, MdHR 4579-48  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 20.
DEAKINS, WILLIAM, JR., Maj. (MO) to RIDGELY, RICHARD, Clk. Council Saf.
Request for officers' commissions.
MSA S 989-2432, MdHR 4579-49  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 19.
TILGHMAN, JAMES, Col. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation from Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-2433, MdHR 4579-50  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 11.
ARCHER & HARRIS (HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for linen.
MSA S 989-2434, MdHR 4579-51  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 19.
ARCHER & HARRIS (HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Linen shipment.
MSA S 989-2435, MdHR 4579-52  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 14.
VAN BIBBER, ABRAHAM to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Arrival of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-2436, MdHR 4579-53  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 17.
PELLETIERE, FRANCIS (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Requests permission to put tobacco on the "Friendship".
MSA S 989-2437, MdHR 4579-54  1 /6 /4 /11

1776, Nov. 19.
VAN BIBBER, ABRAHAM (St. Eustatia) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to pay Capt. Thomas Dalling.
MSA S 989-2438, MdHR 4579-55  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 17.
MARTIN, JOHN (BA).
Sailors' wages; request for an anchor.
MSA S 989-2439, MdHR 4579-56  1 /6 /4 /11

1776, Nov. 19.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Eustatius).
Trade and fighting around the West Indies.
MSA S 989-2440, MdHR 4579-57  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 19.
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. War Off. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Order to transfer British prisoners to Fort Lee in NJ.
MSA S 989-2441, MdHR 4579-58  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 28.
HARRISON, WILLIAM, Lt. (George Town, KE) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Attempts to obtain Col. Veazey's papers; discussion of battle at Fort Washington.
MSA S 989-2442, MdHR 4579-59  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 14.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Discussion of shipment of bread and powder; request for money.
MSA S 989-2443, MdHR 4579-60  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 15.
* to BOARD OF WAR.
No Indians are being detained against their will; enclosing list of Contintental officers and privates raised in MD; enclosing bill of lading for powder received.
MSA S 989-2444, MdHR 4579-61  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 21.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Dispute between Capt. William Stone and Capt. John Martin.
MSA S 989-2445, MdHR 4579-62  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 30.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for information about shipment of powder and flour; sale of rum on a prize schooner.
MSA S 989-2446, MdHR 4579-63  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 29.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE.
Account of payment for Michael Makaneer and William Hutton.
MSA S 989-2447, MdHR 4579-64  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Aug. 3?
HINDMAN, JAMES.
Request orders to return deserter, George McNamara.
MSA S 989-2448, MdHR 4579-65  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 26.
ARCHER, JOHN (HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Capt. Bennett Matthews and John Stevenson for gondola commissions.
MSA S 989-2449, MdHR 4579-66  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 27.
HALL, AQUILA to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Capt. Bennett Matthews for gondola commission.
MSA S 989-2450, MdHR 4579-67  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Nov. 7.
WOOLSEY, GEORGE (BA).
Declines commision; recommendation of his brother.
MSA S 989-2451, MdHR 4579-68  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Jun. 16.
MARTIN, JOHN (St. Eustatius) to HARRISON, RICHARD.
Bill of sale for the "Friendship".
MSA S 989-2452, MdHR 4579-69  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Feb. 18.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique).
Transfer of title of the "Friendship" to the state.
MSA S 989-2453, MdHR 4579-69  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Feb. 18.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Pierre).
Shipment of provisions.
MSA S 989-2454, MdHR 4579-70  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Feb. 1.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Pierre) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Arrival of Capt. Martin; discussion of shipments and accounts.
MSA S 989-2455, MdHR 4579-71  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Feb. 19-Apr. 18.
SMITH, JAMES (Curacao).
Account of disbursements for the " Friendship".
MSA S 989-2456, MdHR 4579-72  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Mar. 14.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON.
Shipment of provisions: See 4579/77.
MSA S 989-2457, MdHR 4579-73  1 /6 /4 /11

1777, Mar. 4.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Pierre, Martinique) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Shipment of flour.
MSA S 989-2458, MdHR 4579-73  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Mar. 14.
OMENSETTER, JOHN (BA).
Delivery of provisons to the state.
MSA S 989-2459, MdHR 4579-74  1 /6 /4 /11.

1776, Mar. 14.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Conditions in St. Eustatius.
MSA S 989-2460, MdHR 4579-75  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Apr. 17.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Pierre).
Discussion of shipments of tobacco and naval stores.
MSA S 989-2461, MdHR 4579-76  1 /6 /4 /11

1777, Mar. 25.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburgh) to HALL, JONATHAN (AN).
Attempts to purchase hemp.
MSA S 989-2462, MdHR 4579-78  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Mar. 20.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (Chester Town) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Pertaining to smallpox inoculations; need for supplies.
MSA S 989-2463, MdHR 4579-79  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Apr. 11.
WARFIELD, PHILEMON to GOV.
Resignation of commision to collect blankets.
MSA S 989-2464, MdHR 4579-80  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Apr. 5.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburgh) to GOV.
Purchase and delivery of hemp.
MSA S 989-2465, MdHR 4579-81  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Apr. 6.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (Gilpin's Point) to GOV.
Request for blankets; seizure of arms; movement of troops; filling vacant commissions.
MSA S 989-2466, MdHR 4579-82  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Apr. 14.
PEALE, ST. GEORGE, Lt. (BA) to GOV.
Movement of Continental stores to Carlisle.
MSA S 989-2467, MdHR 4579-83  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Apr. 17.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre).
Denial of responsibility for Capt. Patterson's capture of a French schooner.
MSA S 989-2468, MdHR 4579-84  1 /6 /4 /11

1777, Apr. 21.
PEALE, ST. GEORGE, Comsy. Military Stores (BA) to GOV.
Movement of stores from BA.
MSA S 989-2469, MdHR 4579-85  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, May. 1.
LUX & BOWLEY (BA) to GOV.
Notice about price of rigging and cordage.
MSA S 989-2470, MdHR 4579-86  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777?
*
Roster and military records of the 5th Batt.
MSA S 989-2471, MdHR 4579-87  1 /6 /4 /11.

1777, Sep. 22.
VAN BIBBER, ABRAHAM to GOV.
Concerning a convoy to France.
MSA S 989-2472, MdHR 4580-46  1 /6 /4 /12.

1778, Apr. 9.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Lt.; HANDY, SAMUEL, Col.; ROBINS, PURNELL, Maj. (Sinepuxent) to BELL, THOMAS, Capt
Explanation for not surrendering provisions of the "Mermaid" .
MSA S 989-2473, MdHR 4580-72B  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 9.
JOHNS, AQUILA (Antietam) to NICHOLSON, JAMES, Comdr. (BC).
Transportation of guns and a cannon.
MSA S 989-2474, MdHR 4580A-01  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 12.
KILTY, JOHN, Capt. ("Lydia"at Alexandria) to GOV.
Attack on a vessel; wages of crew; appointment of a new master.
MSA S 989-2475, MdHR 4580A-02  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 10.
PEALE, ST. GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Forwarding of commission and qualification as register of the Land Office to John Callahan; refusal by Mr. Calvert and Mr. Jenifer to record the commission.
MSA S 989-2476, MdHR 4580A-03  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 12.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (Gilpins Point) to GOV.
Condition and shipment of guns; supplying hats for men in TA; enlistment of servants.
MSA S 989-2477, MdHR 4580A-04  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 12.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburgh) to GOV.
Supply and purchase of hemp; manufacturing of cordage.
MSA S 989-2478, MdHR 4580A-05  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 12.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburgh) to GOV.
Recuitment of Adam Craig's servant resulted in an exchange of gunfire on his property.
MSA S 989-2479, MdHR 4580A-06  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 12.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON (St. Pierre, Martinique).
Sailing of the " Molly"; arrival of London and Cork fleets; capture of the " Two Brothers".
MSA S 989-2480, MdHR 4580A-07  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 15.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburgh) to GOV.
Price for hemp is too low; requests for cordage.
MSA S 989-2481, MdHR 4580A-08  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 16.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL; PURVIANCE, ROBERT (BC) to GOV.
Shipment of shirts; request for officers' accounts.
MSA S 989-2482, MdHR 4580A-09  1 /6 /4 /12.

1807, Feb. 9.
ILTY, WILLIAM to GOV.
Meeting of the Chancery Court in the Senate room; appointment of John Sullivan as messenger to the Chancery Court.
MSA S 989-2483, MdHR 4580B-10  1 /6 /4 /12

1777, May. 13.
FRAZIER, WILLIAM (CA).
List of recruits for Col. William Richardson's Batt.
MSA S 989-2484, MdHR 4580A-11  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 30.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Chester Town) to GOV.
Clothing needed; requests provisions and supplies; need for militia muster at Cambridge; recommendations for and resignations of various officers.
MSA S 989-2485, MdHR 4580A-12  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 1.
RICHARSON, WILLIAM to GOV.
Plans to march to Cambridge; request for vessels to transport sick and baggage.
MSA S 989-2486, MdHR 4580A-13  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 5.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Price and purchase of hemp; delivery of cordage to Mr. Steward.
MSA S 989-2487, MdHR 4580A-14  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 9.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to STATE.
Account of cordage delivered to Capt. George Cook.
MSA S 989-2488, MdHR 4580A-15  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 10.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (TA Court House) to GOV.
Enlistment of men; appointments and resignations of various officers.
MSA S 989-2489, MdHR 4580A-16  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 12.
POTTER, NATHANIEL to GOV.
Examination of purchased beef; transportation of provisions if British land; recommendation of Samuel Fountain, Jr., as ensign.
MSA S 989-2490, MdHR 4580A-17  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 13.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Cambridge) to GOV.
Requests provisions, arms, and clothing.
MSA S 989-2491, MdHR 4580A-18  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 14.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Cambridge) to GOV.
Enlistment and discharge of Mr. Kent's servant.
MSA S 989-2492, MdHR 4580A-19  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 14.
MCCREERY, WILLIAM (BC) to GOV.
Arrival of cargo from Holland in NC.
MSA S 989-2493, MdHR 4580A-20  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 19.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburgh) to GOV.
Delay in shipping cordage.
MSA S 989-2494, MdHR 4580A-21  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 23.
LUX, WILLIAM (BC) to GOV.
Introduction of Raleigh Coulson, state agent for VA to Hispaniola.
MSA S 989-2495, MdHR 4580A-22  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 24.
LUX, DARBY (BA) to GOV.
Reluctance of his men to leave the province; difficulty in acquiring arms; list of officers of the Gunpowder Batt.
MSA S 989-2496, MdHR 4580A-23  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 26.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Cambridge) to GOV.
Receipt of provisions; movement of troops to SO.
MSA S 989-2497, MdHR 4580A-24  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 28.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH; DONE, JOHN; PURNELL, ZADOCK (WO) to GOV.
Proposed defense of the Sinepuxent inlet would require an armed galley.
MSA S 989-2498, MdHR 4580A-25  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 12.
HINDMAN, EDWARD, Capt.
Deposition pertaining to the attempt by Capt. Anderson to enlist two servants.
MSA S 989-2499, MdHR 4580A-26  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 3.
LUX, WILLIAM (BC) to GOV.
Requests copy of act prohibiting goods from being sold at vendue.
MSA S 989-2500, MdHR 4580A-27  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 3.
LUX, WILLIAM (BC) to GOV.
Recommendation of Thomas Coale for the artillery; shipment of provisions.
MSA S 989-2501, MdHR 4580A-28  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 4.
PURNELL, ZADOCK, Col. (WO) to GOV.
Fortification at South Point Beach; poor enlistments; sighting of British vessels.
MSA S 989-2502, MdHR 4580A-29  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 9.
POTTS, RICHARD (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Records of a man convicted of murdering a Negro cannot be sent; man has escaped.
MSA S 989-2503, MdHR 4580A-30  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777?
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM.
List of defective arms.
MSA S 989-2504, MdHR 4580A-31  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777?
COUNCIL to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col.
Memorandum on the transfer of Capt. Edward Noel and Ens. John Chalmers.
MSA S 989-2505, MdHR 4580A-32  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 19.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Cambridge) to GOV.
Movement of battalion to Sussex; various military transactions.
MSA S 989-2506, MdHR 4580A-33  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 21.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Gilpin's Point) to GOV.
Refusal to march by Lt. Carson's and Lt. Green's men until they are paid.
MSA S 989-2507, MdHR 4580A-34  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 31.
LUX, DARBY (Mount Airy) to GOV.
Requests congressional order to allow him to continue lead mining.
MSA S 989-2508, MdHR 4580A-35  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 1.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Difficulties in procuring hemp; suggests exchanging hemp for salt.
MSA S 989-2509, MdHR 4580A-36  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 21.
LUX, WILLIAM to GOV.
Movement of enemy fleet up the Bay.
MSA S 989-2510, MdHR 4580A-37  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 22.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique) to STATE.
Account of sale of the "Friendship's" cargo.
MSA S 989-2511, MdHR 4580A-38  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 22.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique).
Account of sale of the "Molly's" cargo.
MSA S 989-2512, MdHR 4580A-39  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 25.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique).
Status of state's accounts with Van Bibber & Harrison; arrival of French vessels.
MSA S 989-2513, MdHR 4580A-40  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 26.
LILLYCRAP, JAMES (AN) to GOV.
Concerning responsibilities as gardener at the hospital.
MSA S 989-2514, MdHR 4580A-41  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 20.
LONG, ROBERT (Elkridge Landing) to GOV.
Has dispatched fleet; report on shipment of supplies and cannon.
MSA S 989-2515, MdHR 4580A-42  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 9.
ORD, JOHN (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Concerning operation of the U.S. lottery.
MSA S 989-2516, MdHR 4580A-43  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 10.
LONG, ROBERT (Elkridge Landing) to GOV.
Concerning opening of a road to haul cannon.
MSA S 989-2517, MdHR 4580A-44  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 15.
LONG, ROBERT (Elkridge Landing) to GOV.
Concerning movement of cannon.
MSA S 989-2518, MdHR 4580A-45  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 26.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER to GOV.
Requests information on law respecting deserters.
MSA S 989-2519, MdHR 4580A-47  1 /6 /4 /12.

1776, May.?
HARWOOD, NICHOLAS.
Amount owed Josias Hawkins on the journal of accounts.
MSA S 989-2520, MdHR 4580A-48A  1 /6 /4 /12.

1776, May.?
EWING, PATRICK.
Bill for attendance at the Convention.
MSA S 989-2521, MdHR 4580A-48B  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 30.
LUX, WILLIAM (BC) to GOV.
Concerning guns for a vessel.
MSA S 989-2522, MdHR 4580A-49  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 2.
LUX, WILLIAM to GOV.
Concerning enemy troop movements and failure of the people to muster in the militia.
MSA S 989-2523, MdHR 4580A-50  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 3.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL; PURVIANCE, ROBERT (BC) to GOV.
Supplies needed for the "Virginia" ; report of enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2524, MdHR 4580A-51  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 7.
COURSEY, THOMAS (BC) to GOV.
Concerning outfitting a galley.
MSA S 989-2525, MdHR 4580A-52  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 12.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Concerning supplies needed for the "Chester" ; lack of hemp.
MSA S 989-2526, MdHR 4580A-53  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct.?
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER to GOV.
Concerning a supply of hemp.
MSA S 989-2527, MdHR 4580A-54  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 8.
PETERS, ROBERT (Georgetown) to GOV.
Asks help for a man who desires to be considered neutral.
MSA S 989-2528, MdHR 4580A-55  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 17.
LUX, WILLIAM (BC) to GOV.
Report of military engagements and casualties.
MSA S 989-2529, MdHR 4580A-56  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 24.
LUX, WILLIAM (BC) to GOV.
Report on battle at Saratoga.
MSA S 989-2530, MdHR 4580A-57  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 20.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BC) to GOV.
Need for lead for manufacture of musket cartridges.
MSA S 989-2531, MdHR 4580A-58  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 30.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BC) to GOV.
Poor condition of the magazine.
MSA S 989-2532, MdHR 4580A-59  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 7.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Camp White Marsh) to GOV.
Need for money for payment of troops.
MSA S 989-2533, MdHR 4580A-60  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 12.
JUDAH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Request for vegetables; rejection of Cumberland Dugan as baker.
MSA S 989-2534, MdHR 4580A-61  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 13.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Pertaining to manufacture of cordage.
MSA S 989-2535, MdHR 4580A-62  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 20.
CRAWFORD, DAVID (Upper Marlboro).
Agreement to go to Alexandria.
MSA S 989-2536, MdHR 4580A-63  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 13.
FRAZIER, WILLIAM.
Deposition pertaining to enlistment of servants.
MSA S 989-2537, MdHR 4580A-64  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique) to STATE.
Account for supplies.
MSA S 989-2538, MdHR 4580A-65  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique) to STATE.
Account for supplies.
MSA S 989-2539, MdHR 4580A-65  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Eustatius) to STATE.
Account of credits and disbursements.
MSA S 989-2540, MdHR 4580A-66  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Actions of French at St. Pierre; request for payment.
MSA S 989-2541, MdHR 4580A-67  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 18.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Difficulty of purchasing clothing for troops.
MSA S 989-2542, MdHR 4580A-68  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 24.
CRAWFORD, DAVID to GOV.
Difficulty of purchasing woolens.
MSA S 989-2543, MdHR 4580A-69  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 17.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (Camp) to GOV.
Forwarding accounts of wages paid; discharge of militia.
MSA S 989-2544, MdHR 4580A-70  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 24.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Scarcity of stockings and hats.
MSA S 989-2545, MdHR 4580A-71  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 2.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chester Town) to GOV.
Transactions concerning salt.
MSA S 989-2546, MdHR 4580A-72  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 3.
PATTERSON, JOHN; WRIGHT, THOMAS H. (BA Jail) to GOV.
Requests action be taken concerning their imprisonment.
MSA S 989-2547, MdHR 4580A-73  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 3.
LUX, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Report that cloth and blankets belonging to MD are in VA.
MSA S 989-2548, MdHR 4580A-74  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 4.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Enemy vessels at Port Tobacco Creek.
MSA S 989-2549, MdHR 4580A-75  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 4.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BC) to GOV.
Account for munitions and wages as caretaker of magazine.
MSA S 989-2550, MdHR 4580A-76  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 5.
FORMAN, EZEKIEL (Chester) to GOV.
Purchase of clothing.
MSA S 989-2551, MdHR 4580A-77  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 12.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chester Town).
Exchange of salt for clothing.
MSA S 989-2552, MdHR 4580A-78  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 13.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chester Town) to GOV.
Exchange of salt for clothing.
MSA S 989-2553, MdHR 4580A-79  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. to STATE.
Account for attending laboratory and taking care of magazine.
MSA S 989-2554, MdHR 4580A-80  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 19.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Production of hats and other clothing.
MSA S 989-2555, MdHR 4580A-81  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec.
CALHOUN, JAMES to GOV.
Acquisition of cloth and manufacture of clothing.
MSA S 989-2556, MdHR 4580B-82  1 /6 /4 /12

1777, Dec. 22.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Enclosing account of cordage delivered.
MSA S 989-2557, MdHR 4580A-83  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 12.
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. (BC) to GOV.
Report of cruelty to Hessian prisoners.
MSA S 989-2558, MdHR 4580A-84  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 13.
LINDENBERGER, GEORGE (BC).
Report of cruelty to Hessian prisoners.
MSA S 989-2559, MdHR 4580A-85  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 10.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Pertaining to stockings and cloth.
MSA S 989-2560, MdHR 4580A-86  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 20.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Purchase of cloth.
MSA S 989-2561, MdHR 4580A-87  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 17.
BEALL, ANDREW (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Offer of beef and pork for sale; request for payment of salt.
MSA S 989-2562, MdHR 4580A-88  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 28.
VAN BIBBER, ABRAHAM (BA).
Discussion about availability of ships; trade with France will be facilitated now that Baker Johnson is there.
MSA S 989-2563, MdHR 4580A-89  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 10.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a decision about the selling price of a ship.
MSA S 989-2564, MdHR 4580B-01  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 10.
DEAMS, FREDERICK (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of cloth and clothing.
MSA S 989-2565, MdHR 4580B-02  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 11.
STULL, JOHN (WA).
Need for officer's commissions.
MSA S 989-2566, MdHR 4580B-03  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 12.
ADAMS, DANIEL J. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Method for promotion of officers.
MSA S 989-2567, MdHR 4580B-04  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777?
CURTIS, DANIEL.
Oath pertaining to a toast made by John Ross.
MSA S 989-2568, MdHR 4580B-05  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777?
DEWIT, ELIZABETH.
Oath about the behavior of John Ross.
MSA S 989-2569, MdHR 4580B-05  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777?
SPENCER, WILLIAM.
Oath pertaining to the behavior of John Ross, a candidate for sheriff.
MSA S 989-2570, MdHR 4580B-05  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 13.
CALHOUN, JAMES, Chm. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Citizen unrest; enclosing information about John Ross.
MSA S 989-2571, MdHR 4580B-06  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 13.
CROCKETT, JOHN (BA).
Request for an order for tichlenburg and for the powder and supplies saved from the " Peggy".
MSA S 989-2572, MdHR 4580B-07  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 13.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of the " Lydia"and her cargo.
MSA S 989-2573, MdHR 4580B-08  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 16.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Storage of provisions and sails.
MSA S 989-2574, MdHR 4580B-09  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 13.
SMYTH, THOMAS (Chestertown) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Completion of wooden bottles; purchase of beef and pork.
MSA S 989-2575, MdHR 4580B-10  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 16.
AUCHINLECK, HENRY ("Defence") to COOK, GEORGE, Capt.
Reasons for wanting to leave the ship.
MSA S 989-2576, MdHR 4580B-11  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 17.
HARRISON, ROBERT, Col. (DO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for cash to puchase beef and salt for curing.
MSA S 989-2577, MdHR 4580B-12  1 /6 /4 /12

1777, Jan. 17.
DEAMS, FREDERICK, Capt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of cloth; need for provisions.
MSA S 989-2578, MdHR 4580B-13  1 /6 /4 /12

1777?
*
Inventory of the " George".
MSA S 989-2579, MdHR 4580B-14  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 18.
SMITH, JOHN, JR. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Offer to sell a vessel.
MSA S 989-2580, MdHR 4580B-15  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 18.
CHAMBERLAINE, JAMES LLOYD (TA).
Discontent in Col. Smallwoods' Batt.
MSA S 989-2581, MdHR 4580B-16  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 18.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for a decision about the purchase of pork.
MSA S 989-2582, MdHR 4580B-17  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777?
CHASE, SAMUEL to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Congressional opinion about prisoners taken by vessels.
MSA S 989-2583, MdHR 4580B-18  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 19.
COOK, GEORGE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Capture and treatment of prisoners taken from the " George"; request for an exchange of officers; list of the captured men.
MSA S 989-2584, MdHR 4580B-18  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777?
COLEMAN, JOHN (CA).
Deposition about a forceable entry to obtain salt.
MSA S 989-2585, MdHR 4580B-19  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 20.
WILLIS, JOSHUA (CA).
Deposition about a forceable entry to obtain salt.
MSA S 989-2586, MdHR 4580B-20  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 20.
STAINTON, BENSON, Chm. Committee (CA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enclosing depositions against Richard Andrew accusing him of forceable entry to obtain salt.
MSA S 989-2587, MdHR 4580B-21  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 21.
CONTEE, THOMAS (Nottingham) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Availability and shipment of tobacco.
MSA S 989-2588, MdHR 4580B-22  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 21.
HOPKINS, GERRARD (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of material for making tents.
MSA S 989-2589, MdHR 4580B-23  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 23.
GORDON, THOMAS; NOYES, WILLIAM to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petitions to reenter the service.
MSA S 989-2590, MdHR 4580B-24  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 24.
RUMSEY, CHARLES (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt of battalion orders; purchase of guns.
MSA S 989-2591, MdHR 4580B-25  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 24.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Preparation of ships and provisions.
MSA S 989-2592, MdHR 4580B-26  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 25.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM (Fells Point) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Serviceability of material for making tents.
MSA S 989-2593, MdHR 4580B-27  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 27.
TYLER, ROBERT to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt of marching orders; replacement of Capt. Richard Hall.
MSA S 989-2594, MdHR 4580B-28  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 27.
STEWARD, STEPHEN.
Completion of contruction and supplies for a galley.
MSA S 989-2595, MdHR 4580B-29  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 27.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Procurement and price of cordage and hemp.
MSA S 989-2596, MdHR 4580B-30  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 27.
DEYE, THOMAS COCKEY to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Malachi Keener and Christian Kenner as builders of magazines and warehouses.
MSA S 989-2597, MdHR 4580B-31  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 29.
CAPT. RICHARD CHEW's COMPANY (AA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for the appointment of new officers.
MSA S 989-2598, MdHR 4580B-32  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 29.
HOPKINS, GERRARD (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase and delivery of tent material and shoes.
MSA S 989-2599, MdHR 4580B-33  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 28.
COSDEN, JESSE, JR. (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for blankets and arms for his company.
MSA S 989-2600, MdHR 4580B-34  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 28.
BEALL, WILLIAM to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Application for a commission and instructions.
MSA S 989-2601, MdHR 4580B-35  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 28.
EARLE, MICHAEL (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of blankets.
MSA S 989-2602, MdHR 4580B-36  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 28.
JACOB, WILLIAM; JOHNSON, WILLIAM (Fells Point) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notification of an increase in the cost of manufacturing tents.
MSA S 989-2603, MdHR 4580B-37  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 29.
BURGESS, JOHN M., Capt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-2604, MdHR 4580B-38  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 27.
DORSEY, THOMAS (Elkridge) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Plans for the battalion to march.
MSA S 989-2605, MdHR 4580B-39  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 31.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA).
Decision pertaining to choosing the men who are to reinforce Gen. Washington.
MSA S 989-2606, MdHR 4580B-40  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 31.
CALHOUN, JAMES, Chm. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Muster of available companies to reinforce Gen. Washington.
MSA S 989-2607, MdHR 4580B-41  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 31.
BEALL, JOSHUA (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendations for field officers' commissions.
MSA S 989-2608, MdHR 4580B-42  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 1.
SHEREDINE, UPTON to JOHNSON, THOMAS, Brig. Gen.
Declines commission as colonel.
MSA S 989-2609, MdHR 4580B-43  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 30.
RUMSEY, CHARLES, Col. (CE) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of orders to reinforce Gen. Washington; need for money and supplies.
MSA S 989-2610, MdHR 4580B-44  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jan. 4.
GIBSON, JOHN (TA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Explanation of the actions of Jeremiah Colston while procuring salt.
MSA S 989-2611, MdHR 4580B-45  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Feb. 18.
BINGHAM, WILLIAM to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt and distribution of powder from the Continental agent in France.
MSA S 989-2612, MdHR 4580B-46  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Feb. 18.
MARTIN, JOHN (St. Pierre, Martinique).
Bill of lading for powder shipped on the " Friendship".
MSA S 989-2613, MdHR 4580B-47  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Mar. 18.
BUCHANAN, ARCHIBALD to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Arrival and distribution of a shipment of goods in VA.
MSA S 989-2614, MdHR 4580B-48  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Apr. 7.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for funds and instructions as commissary.
MSA S 989-2615, MdHR 4580B-49  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Apr. 17.
BRICE, JAMES to GOV.
Declines appointment as Council member.
MSA S 989-2616, MdHR 4580B-50  1 /6 /4 /12

1777, May
BORDLEY, WILLIAM to GOV.
Receipt of field officer's commission; threat of smallpox; recruitment procedures.
MSA S 989-2617, MdHR 4580B-51  1 /6 /4 /12

1777, May. 10.
BOTELER, EDWARD to RIDGLEY, RICHARD (AN).
Collection of blankets.
MSA S 989-2618, MdHR 4580B-52  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 10.
BROOKE, HENRY to RIDGELY, RICHARD (AN).
Delay in the shipment of blankets.
MSA S 989-2619, MdHR 4580B-53  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Apr. 10.
BROOKE, HENRY to RIDGELY, RICHARD (AN).
Collection of blankets.
MSA S 989-2620, MdHR 4580B-54  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Apr. 20.
WOOD, HENRY, JR. to BROOKE, HENRY.
Receipt for blankets.
MSA S 989-2621, MdHR 4580B-55  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 13.
BICKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER (TA) to GOV.
Militia meeting delayed because of smallpox inoculations.
MSA S 989-2622, MdHR 4580B-56  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 28.
THOMPSON, SAMUEL, Dr. (Church Hill) to GOV.
Certification of the health of Maj. Elijah Bishop.
MSA S 989-2623, MdHR 4580B-57  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 29.
BISHOP, ELIJAH (QA) to GOV.
Resignation of commission because of poor health.
MSA S 989-2624, MdHR 4580B-58  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, May. 29.
BISHOP, ELIJAH, Maj. (QA) to GOV.
Recommendation of men for officers commissions.
MSA S 989-2625, MdHR 4580B-59  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 1.
BEALL, REZIN to RIDGELY, RICHARD.
Loss of a receipt for payment of soldiers.
MSA S 989-2626, MdHR 4580B-60  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 3.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER (TA) to GOV.
Enrollment of recruits; smallpox outbreak.
MSA S 989-2627, MdHR 4580B-61  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 12.
BARNES, RICHARD (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Lack of recruit enrollment.
MSA S 989-2628, MdHR 4580B-62  1 /6 /4 /12.

1776, May 31.
BIRKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER.
List of officers and arms in the 4th Batt.
MSA S 989-2629, MdHR 4580B-63  1 /6 /4 /12.

1776, Jan. 3.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. to GOLDSBOROUGH, ROBERT, IV.
Commission as a lieutenant.
MSA S 989-2630, MdHR 4580B-64  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 10.
GOLDSBOROUGH, ROBERT.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-2631, MdHR 4580B-64  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 17.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER (TA) to GOV.
Officers' commissions; difficulty with recruitment.
MSA S 989-2632, MdHR 4580B-65  1 /6 /4 /12

1777, Jun. 19.
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Battalion organization and election of officers.
MSA S 989-2633, MdHR 4580B-66  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 11.
SPENCER, WILLIAM, Clk.
Decision of the militia to march under their own terms.
MSA S 989-2634, MdHR 4580B-67  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jun. 16.
*
Muster roll of Capt. Henry Sheaff's Comp.
MSA S 989-2635, MdHR 4580B-67  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 8.
BRINDLEY, JAMES (Wilmington) to GOV.
Request for advice about the possibility of manufacturing iron wire.
MSA S 989-2636, MdHR 4580B-68  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 25.
BROWN, JOHN; THOMPSON, JOHN; HEMSLEY, WILLIAM to GOV.
Request for information about holding a special criminal court on the E.S.
MSA S 989-2637, MdHR 4580B-69  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Jul. 28.
BARRETT, LEMUEL (WA) to GOV.
Organization of a militia company; Indian uprising.
MSA S 989-2638, MdHR 4580B-70  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug.
BROOKES, J. to SCOTT, HUGH.
Approach of the British fleet at AN; refusal of citizens to bear arms.
MSA S 989-2639, MdHR 4580B-71  1 /6 /4 /12

1777, Aug. 20.
BEATTY, CHARLES (Frederick Town).
Collection of arms for the militia.
MSA S 989-2640, MdHR 4580B-72  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 21.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BC) to GOV.
Request for guns.
MSA S 989-2641, MdHR 4580B-73  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 21.
BROOKE, RICHARD (Fairhill).
British fleet movements; possibility of a summer campaign.
MSA S 989-2642, MdHR 4580B-74  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 23.
BROOKE, RICHARD (Fairhill).
Inquiry about a new commander.
MSA S 989-2643, MdHR 4580B-75  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Aug. 30.
BEATTY, CHARLES (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Delivery and supplying of cattle and wagons for the militia.
MSA S 989-2644, MdHR 4580B-76  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 3.
BAILEY, WILLIAM, JR. (George Town) to GOV.
Procurement of guns and supplies.
MSA S 989-2645, MdHR 4580B-77  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 4.
BARNES, RICHARD (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Adversity caused by membership in the militia.
MSA S 989-2646, MdHR 4580B-78  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 6.
BEATTY, CHARLES (Frederick Town).
Refusal of prisoners to be transferred to Sharpsburgh.
MSA S 989-2647, MdHR 4580B-79  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 6.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM to GOV.
Delivery of prisoners Thomas Wright and Rev. John Patterson.
MSA S 989-2648, MdHR 4580B-80  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 7.
BRICE, JAMES to GOV.
Arrival of a ship with deserters.
MSA S 989-2649, MdHR 4580B-81  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 15.
BARNES, RICHARD (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Insolent behavior of the Negroes; militia movements and supplies.
MSA S 989-2650, MdHR 4580B-82  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 19.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER to BEALL, JOSHUA, Col.
Request for assistance against threatened violence.
MSA S 989-2651, MdHR 4580B-83  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Sep. 15.
BEALL, JOSHUA (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Eruption of violence against Christopher Lowndes.
MSA S 989-2652, MdHR 4580B-84  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 2.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BA) to GOV.
Insurrection caused by the sheriff's attempt to sell the effects of the militia to pay for substitutes.
MSA S 989-2653, MdHR 4580B-85  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 3.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BA) to GOV.
Capture of the leaders of an insurrection.
MSA S 989-2654, MdHR 4580B-86  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 5.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM, Dr. (KE) to GOV.
Obstruction of communication between the shores; militia actions and need for arms.
MSA S 989-2655, MdHR 4580B-87  1 /6 /4 /12.

1794, Aug. 11.
* (AN) to KNOX, HENRY, Sec. War.
Supplying arms to the militia.
MSA S 989-2656, MdHR 4580B-88  1 /6 /4 /12.

1794, Nov. 3.
SMITH, SAMUEL (Union Town) to GOV.
Condition of the troops; plans to march.
MSA S 989-2657, MdHR 4580B-89  1 /6 /4 /12.

1794, Nov. 2.
*
Muster roll of the MD Brigade camped at Union Town.
MSA S 989-2658, MdHR 4580B-89  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 7.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BA) to GOV.
Accusation that Thomas French was an instigator of the insurrection; troop movements.
MSA S 989-2659, MdHR 4580B-90  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 13.
BURGESS, FRANCIS (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Irregular musterings of the battalion; entitlement to wages.
MSA S 989-2660, MdHR 4580B-91  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 15.
BROOKE, RICHARD (BA) to GOV.
Retirement from the service.
MSA S 989-2661, MdHR 4580B-92  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 16.
BARNES, RICHARD (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Inadequate recruitment and poor condition of the militia.
MSA S 989-2662, MdHR 4580B-93  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Oct. 17.
BOND, RICHARD (CE) to GOV.
Conditions at the gun factory.
MSA S 989-2663, MdHR 4580B-94  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 17.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER (TA) to GOV.
Condition of the militia.
MSA S 989-2664, MdHR 4580B-95  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Nov. 26.
BOND, RICHARD (CE) to GOV.
Request for military exemption for gun welders.
MSA S 989-2665, MdHR 4580B-96  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 20.
BARNES, RICHARD, Col. (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Arrival of enemy ships on the Potomac; location of Capt. Cook; collection of militia fines.
MSA S 989-2666, MdHR 4580B-97  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 23.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM, Lt. (Philadelphia).
Interception and contents of letters; payment of the militia.
MSA S 989-2667, MdHR 4580B-98  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 20.
BEALL, JOSHUA, Lt. (PG) to GOV.
Acknowledgement of commission; organization of the militia.
MSA S 989-2668, MdHR 4580B-99  1 /6 /4 /12.

1777, Dec. 19.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to LIEUTENANT (FR).
Order to receive prisoners.
MSA S 989-2669, MdHR 4581-01  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Dec. 27.
BEATTY, CHARLES, Lt. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Request for assistance in guarding prisoners after an attempted escape; outbreak of smallpox.
MSA S 989-2670, MdHR 4581-01  1 /6 /4 /13.

1778, Oct. 17.
BEALL, JOSHUA (PG) to GOV.
Recommendations for justices of the peace.
MSA S 989-2671, MdHR 4581-02  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Mar. 23.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chestertown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for an explanation of duties as commissary of supplies.
MSA S 989-2672, MdHR 4581-03  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Apr. 28.
THOMAS, NICHOLAS (Oxford) to GOV.
Impressment of James Parsons and Thomas Pamphilion by Capt. James Nicolson.
MSA S 989-2673, MdHR 4581-04  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777?
*
List of blankets collected by Carlton Tannehill.
MSA S 989-2674, MdHR 4581-05  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Apr. 21.
TANNEHILL, CARLTON to GOV.
Collection of blankets.
MSA S 989-2675, MdHR 4581-06  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Apr. 23.
THOMAS, JOHN ALLEN (SM) to GOV.
Recommendation of Henry Massey for a position on the " Defence".
MSA S 989-2676, MdHR 4581-07  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 7.
GOV. to THOMPSON, SAMUEL, JR.
Commission as colonel in the QA militia.
MSA S 989-2677, MdHR 4581-08  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 7.
GOV. to SENEY, JOHN.
Commission as a lieutenant colonel in the QA militia.
MSA S 989-2678, MdHR 4581-09  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 13.
THOMPSON, SAMUEL (QA) to GOV.
Refusal of militia commission.
MSA S 989-2679, MdHR 4581-10  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 28.
THOMPSON, RICHARD (Georgetown) to GOV.
Need for marriage license application forms.
MSA S 989-2680, MdHR 4581-11  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 24.
SPYKER, BENJAMIN, Capt; REINTZEL, VALENTINE (MO).
Appriasal and account of articles at the saltpeter works in Georgetown.
MSA S 989-2681, MdHR 4581-12  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 24.
DOUGHERTY, CONSTANTINE (Georgetown) to THOMPSON, RICHARD.
Receipt for articles belonging to the saltpeter works at Georgetown.
MSA S 989-2682, MdHR 4581-12  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777?
TILGHMAN, JAMES to GOV.
Request for permission for his son to go to PA.
MSA S 989-2683, MdHR 4581-13  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777?
TYLER, ROBERT et al. to GOV.
Request for the dismissal of Capt. Richard Bennett Hall.
MSA S 989-2684, MdHR 4581-14  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 9.
TYLER, ROBERT to GOV.
Notification of a battalion meeting; request for commissions.
MSA S 989-2685, MdHR 4581-15  1 /6 /4 /13.

1807, May. 8.
TUCK, WILLIAM to GOV.
Request for funds to purchase carpet for the House of Delegates.
MSA S 989-2686, MdHR 4581-16  1 /6 /4 /13

1777, Jun. 2.
DEAMS, FREDERICK (BA) to GOV.
Resignation of his commission because he believes he has been unfairly treated with regard to his rank.
MSA S 989-2687, MdHR 4581-17  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 14.
THOMPSON, JOHN, Lt. Col. (18th Batt., CE) to GOV.
Request for court-martial of Capt. James Porter.
MSA S 989-2688, MdHR 4581-18  1 /6 /4 /13.

1776, Jan. 26.
* (BA).
Form of the voluntary enlistment agreement for the matrosses.
MSA S 989-2689, MdHR 4581-19  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 16.
TYLER, ROBERT to GOV.
Resignation of commission by Capt. Richard Hall.
MSA S 989-2690, MdHR 4581-20  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 26.
TRAVERS, WILLIAM (Hoopers Island) to GOV.
Recommendations for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-2691, MdHR 4581-21  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jul. 2.
THOMPSON, RICHARD (Georgetown, MO) to GOV.
List of supplies and books needed by newly appointed magistrates.
MSA S 989-2692, MdHR 4581-22  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Aug. 20.
THOMPSON, RICHARD (Georgetown, MO) to GOV.
Disbursement of gunpowder and arms.
MSA S 989-2693, MdHR 4581-23  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Aug. 21.
TYLER, ROBERT (QA) to GOV.
Notification of a meeting of the battalion.
MSA S 989-2694, MdHR 4581-24  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Aug. 22.
TYLER, ROBERT (QA).
Desertions and poor turnout for a battalion meeting.
MSA S 989-2695, MdHR 4581-25  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Aug. 26.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW; GOLDSBOROUGH, ROBERT (TA Court House) to GOV.
Collection of arms; account of military supplies.
MSA S 989-2696, MdHR 4581-26  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Sep. 4.
TOOTELL, RICHARD (AN) to GOV.
Transportation of sick to Elk Ridge; intends to resign.
MSA S 989-2697, MdHR 4581-27  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Sep. 18.
TYLER, ROBERT (QA) to GOV.
Escape and recapture of prisoners.
MSA S 989-2698, MdHR 4581-28  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Sep. 18.
TYLER, ROBERT (QA) to GOV.
Prisoner escapes; conditions in the Frederick jail.
MSA S 989-2699, MdHR 4581-29  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Oct. 10.
DICKINSON, JOHN (DO) to GOV.
Recommendation for field officers.
MSA S 989-2700, MdHR 4581-30  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Oct. 27.
DORSEY, THOMAS (Elkridge) to GOV.
Receipt for cattle.
MSA S 989-2701, MdHR 4581-31  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 25.
DAVID, JOHN, Capt. ("Conqueror") to GOV.
Lack of galley provisions.
MSA S 989-2702, MdHR 4581-32  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 10.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Military action and capture of a vessel.
MSA S 989-2703, MdHR 4581-33  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 9.
DONE, JOHN (Snowhill) to DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Col.
Enemy ship and troop movements.
MSA S 989-2704, MdHR 4581-34  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 9.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Cambridge).
Enemy ship sighting near Sinepuxent.
MSA S 989-2705, MdHR 4581-35  1 /6 /4 /13.

1778, Jul. 11.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Lt. (Snow Hill) to GOV.
Arrival of French fleet; surrender of an entire ship's crew.
MSA S 989-2706, MdHR 4581-36  1 /6 /4 /13.

1778, Jun. 17.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Difficulties in raising troops; accounts for supplies.
MSA S 989-2707, MdHR 4581-37  1 /6 /4 /13.

1778, Feb. 26.
DENNIS, JOHN to DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Lt. Col.
Harassment and robbery of citizens by the military.
MSA S 989-2708, MdHR 4581-38  1 /6 /4 /13.

1778, Feb. 2.
DASHIELL, GEORGE, Lt. (SO) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies; failure of citizens to support the militia.
MSA S 989-2709, MdHR 4581-39  1 /6 /4 /13.

1778, Jan. 24.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Arrival of a French cargo ship; capture of supply vessels.
MSA S 989-2710, MdHR 4581-40  1 /6 /4 /13.

1778, Jan. 1.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Shipment of goods; recommendation of Daniel Fooks as security on a bond.
MSA S 989-2711, MdHR 4581-41  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Dec. 3.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Character reference for Daniel Melson.
MSA S 989-2712, MdHR 4581-42  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777?
BLAINE, EPHRAIM to MCGARMONT, ROBERT.
Instructions to confiscate salt at Sinepuxent.
MSA S 989-2713, MdHR 4581-43  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Nov. 9.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to GOV.
Questioning the authority of Robert McGarmont to seize salt.
MSA S 989-2714, MdHR 4581-44  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Nov. 6.
DUGAN, CUMBERLAND (BA) to GOV.
Attempts to contract with coopers for making bread barrels.
MSA S 989-2715, MdHR 4581-45  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Nov. 2.
DENT, THOMAS (Piscataway) to GOV.
Impressment of horses and wagons.
MSA S 989-2716, MdHR 4581-46  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Oct. 30.
DORSEY, THOMAS (Elkridge) to GOV.
Request to supply surgeon's mate, Walter Warfield, with clothing.
MSA S 989-2717, MdHR 4581-47  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Sep. 20.
DORSEY, JOHN (Elkridge Landing) to GOV.
Apprehension of escaped prisoner, Hugh Dean.
MSA S 989-2718, MdHR 4581-48  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Sep. 20.
ASHMEAD, JOSEPH (Elkridge Landing).
Account of gun barrels.
MSA S 989-2719, MdHR 4581-49  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Sep. 20.
DORSEY, JOHN (Elkridge) to GOV.
Enclosing a list of gun barrels; surrender of escaped prisoners.
MSA S 989-2720, MdHR 4581-50  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Sep. 10.
DAVID, JOHN ("Conqueror" ) to COOK, GEORGE, Capt. ("Defence" ).
English ship movements in the Bay.
MSA S 989-2721, MdHR 4581-51  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Sep. 5.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA).
Request for orders pertaining to the disposing of the Negroes and stock of Dr. Henry Stevenson.
MSA S 989-2722, MdHR 4581-52  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Sep. 2.
DORSEY, JOHN (Elkridge Landing) to GOV.
Repair and transportation of arms.
MSA S 989-2723, MdHR 4581-53  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777?, Aug. 30.
*
Membership of militia companies.
MSA S 989-2724, MdHR 4581-54  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Aug. 31.
DALLAM, RICHARD (Swan Creek) to GOV.
Diet and provisions for the troops.
MSA S 989-2725, MdHR 4581-55  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Aug. 24.
DORSEY, THOMAS (Elkridge).
Storage and transportation of provisions.
MSA S 989-2726, MdHR 4581-56  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Aug. 24.
DORSEY, JOHN (Elkridge) to GOV.
Shipment and transportation of provisions.
MSA S 989-2727, MdHR 4581-57  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Aug. 15.
ENNALLS, JOHN; DICKINSON, JOHN (DO) to GOV.
Inability to fulfill recruitment quotas.
MSA S 989-2728, MdHR 4581-58  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jul. 18.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Col. (WO) to GOV.
Security bond and character reference for Daniel Melson.
MSA S 989-2729, MdHR 4581-59  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777?
DASHIELL, JOSEPH; DONE, JOHN.
Officer roster and recommendations for filling vacancies.
MSA S 989-2730, MdHR 4581-60  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 28.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH; DONE, JOHN (WO) to GOV.
Poor turnout and adverse behavior of the militia.
MSA S 989-2731, MdHR 4581-61  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 26.
DICKINSON, JOHN (DO) to GOV.
Poor enrollment into the militia.
MSA S 989-2732, MdHR 4581-62  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 24.
DAVID, JOHN, Capt. ("Conqueror") to GOV.
High pilot's wages; need for men to attack a frigate.
MSA S 989-2733, MdHR 4581-63  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777?
*
List of officers' recommendations for the lst Batt.
MSA S 989-2734, MdHR 4581-64  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 9.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Request to fill field officer vacancies.
MSA S 989-2735, MdHR 4581-65  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 8.
DAVID, JOHN, Capt. ("Conqueror") to GOV.
Readiness of a galley; need for men.
MSA S 989-2736, MdHR 4581-66  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 31.
DEAKINS, WILLIAM, JR. to GOV.
Agreement with the plans for trade by William Lux.
MSA S 989-2737, MdHR 4581-67  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 13.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Col. (WO) to GOV.
Character reference for John Hosher.
MSA S 989-2738, MdHR 4581-68  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 7.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Col. (WO) to GOV.
Estimation of the financial worth of Garman Beathard.
MSA S 989-2739, MdHR 4581-69  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 6.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Certification of the financial security of Jonathan Parsons.
MSA S 989-2740, MdHR 4581-70  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Apr. 10.
DAVID, JOHN, Capt. ("Conqueror") to GOV.
Need for cordage and arms for the ship.
MSA S 989-2741, MdHR 4581-71  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, May. 29.
DEAMS, FREDERICK, Capt. (BA) to GOV.
Request for a temporary replacement.
MSA S 989-2742, MdHR 4581-72  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 1.
CHAMBERLAINE, JAMES LLOYD (TA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Capture of a salt thief; request for funds.
MSA S 989-2743, MdHR 4581-73  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan.
GLASBY, ANDREW to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition pertaining to the rights and privileges of Partyfole, a free Negro, hired as a sailor.
MSA S 989-2744, MdHR 4581-74  1 /6 /4 /13

1777, Jan. 2.
VAN BIBBER & CROCKETT (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Availability and price of tichlenburg and salt.
MSA S 989-2745, MdHR 4581-75  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 1.
WELLS, GEORGE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for funds for completion of a galley.
MSA S 989-2746, MdHR 4581-76  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 2.
HOWARD, EPHRAIM (Linganore).
Resignation of commission as major.
MSA S 989-2747, MdHR 4581-77  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 3.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, Col. (CV) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enclosing resignation of Alexander Somerville.
MSA S 989-2748, MdHR 4581-78  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 3.
CHAMBERLAINE, JAMES LLOYD (TA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Transfer of recruitment papers; need for salt.
MSA S 989-2749, MdHR 4581-79  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 3.
BAXTER, SAMUEL (Monkton Mills) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Collection of fines from men who did not enroll in the militia.
MSA S 989-2750, MdHR 4581-80  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 3.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Supply of cordage and hemp.
MSA S 989-2751, MdHR 4581-81  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 4.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (Fredericktown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Supply of provisions and arms; militia commissions and recommendations.
MSA S 989-2752, MdHR 4581-82  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 4.
JOHNSON, EDWARD, Dr. (Lower Marlboro) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Offer to assist the Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-2753, MdHR 4581-83  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 4.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Exportation of flour; procurement of pork.
MSA S 989-2754, MdHR 4581-84  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 4.
GHISELIN, JOHN, Capt. (Fredericktown) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-2755, MdHR 4581-85  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 5.
SPARROW, THOMAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account of difficulties with recruitment.
MSA S 989-2756, MdHR 4581-86  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 3.
TODD, LEVIN (DO).
Depositions about a dispute between Edward Pearson and Thomas Sparrow.
MSA S 989-2757, MdHR 4581-87  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jun. 3.
TODD, JACOB (DO).
Deposition about a dispute between Thomas Sparrow and William Shorter.
MSA S 989-2758, MdHR 4581-87  1 /6 /4 /13.

1776, Dec. 31.
LUX & BOWLEY (BA).
Seizure of cable by congressional order.
MSA S 989-2759, MdHR 4581-88  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 5.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Confiscation by congressional order of cable needed for a galley.
MSA S 989-2760, MdHR 4581-89  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 5.
MOORE, DAVID, Maj. (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-2761, MdHR 4581-90  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 6.
MACKALL, BENJAMIN, Col. (CV) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to settle an account with Levin Mills.
MSA S 989-2762, MdHR 4581-91  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 7.
COOK, GEORGE (BA).
Plans to enlist seamen.
MSA S 989-2763, MdHR 4581-92  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 8.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Attempts to procure hemp.
MSA S 989-2764, MdHR 4581-93  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 7.
BRUCE, NORMAND to JOHNSON, THOMAS, Brig. Gen.
Refusal to accept commission because of low wages.
MSA S 989-2765, MdHR 4581-94  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 9.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, Gen. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Forwarding a letter; request for a commission.
MSA S 989-2766, MdHR 4581-95  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 9.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Sale of a ship; plans to load provisions.
MSA S 989-2767, MdHR 4581-96  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 10.
JOHNSON, THOMAS (Frederick Town) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Militia attendance; officers' commissions; need for provisions.
MSA S 989-2768, MdHR 4581-97  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Jan. 10.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Application to obtain prisoners to work in a gun factory; settlement of accounts.
MSA S 989-2769, MdHR 4581-98  1 /6 /4 /13.

1777, Dec. 15.
HOOPER, HENRY (DO) to GOV.
Escape from jail by Tories.
MSA S 989-2770, MdHR 4583-01  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Dec. 26.
HENRY, JOHN, JR. (Cambridge) to GOV.
Condition of Tory prisoners.
MSA S 989-2771, MdHR 4583-02  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 6.
COUNCIL.
Minutes of Council meeting pertaining to the Wiandat tribe's efforts to persuade the Delaware Indians to ally with the British against the U.S.
MSA S 989-2772, MdHR 4583-03  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jul. 29.
ZEISBERGER, DAVID (Cuchackunk).
Report of the Indian debates on the decision to go to war.
MSA S 989-2773, MdHR 4583-04  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 8.
HOLLIDAY, JAMES (QA) to THOMAS, NICHOLAS, Speaker, House of Delegates.
Declines appointment as chancellor.
MSA S 989-2774, MdHR 4583-06  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777?
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY; GILPIN, JOSIAH; ALEXANDER, ROBERT to GOV.
Location for erection of a barracks at Elk Point.
MSA S 989-2775, MdHR 4583-07  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 17.
JOHNSON, THOMAS to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Cannot figure the number of troops raised from MD; resolutions enclosed.
MSA S 989-2776, MdHR 4583-08  1 /6 /4 /15

1777, Jun. 19.
GOV. (AN) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Dissatisfaction with awarding of prize money for captured ships.
MSA S 989-2777, MdHR 4583-09  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 27.
GOV. to HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Appointment of James Hindman as E.S.T.
MSA S 989-2778, MdHR 4583-10  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 20.
GOV. to PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE.
Resolution pertaining to the formation of militia companies.
MSA S 989-2779, MdHR 4583-11  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Mar. 4.
DOYLE, THOMAS ("Dolphin") to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for a commission in the marines.
MSA S 989-2780, MdHR 4583-12  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777?
CARROLL, MICHAEL, Dr. (20th British Regt.).
Pledge of good behavior.
MSA S 989-2781, MdHR 4583-13  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 13.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Joppa) to GOV.
Refusal to accept the office of chancellor because of inadequate salary.
MSA S 989-2782, MdHR 4583-14  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Dec. 20.
GOV. to ABBOT, SAMUEL, Capt. (TA).
Appointment as a recruiting officer.
MSA S 989-2783, MdHR 4583-15  1 /6 /4 /15.

1778, Apr. 12.
HUGHES, SAMUEL to GOV.
Enclosing letter previously omitted.
MSA S 989-2784, MdHR 4583-16  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jul. 26.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Manufacture of weapons.
MSA S 989-2785, MdHR 4583-17  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Dec. 14.
HARRISON, WILLIAM (CH) to GOV.
Actions of British vessels pertaining to harboring slaves and exchange of prisoners; request for reinforcements at Sandy Point.
MSA S 989-2786, MdHR 4583-18  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Nov. 5.
HOWARD, EPHRAIM, Dr. (Elkridge) to GOV.
Explanation for leaving camp at termination of his commission.
MSA S 989-2787, MdHR 4583-19  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Nov. 27.
HUGHES, DANIEL et al. (Elizabeth Town) to GOV.
Conditions at the frontier settlements.
MSA S 989-2788, MdHR 4583-20  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique).
Removal of the embargo: See 4583/26.
MSA S 989-2789, MdHR 4583-21  1 /6 /4 /15

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Eustatius) to STATE.
Account of disbursements for the "Friendship" .
MSA S 989-2790, MdHR 4583-22  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD to STATE.
Account of disbursements for the "Friendship" .
MSA S 989-2791, MdHR 4583-23  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Mar. 1.
SMITH, JAMES (Curacao) to STATE.
Account of expenditures on the " Friendship".
MSA S 989-2792, MdHR 4583-24  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 18.
SMITH, JAMES (Curacao).
Account of expenses incurred on the cargo imported on the " Friendship".
MSA S 989-2793, MdHR 4583-24  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique) to STATE.
Balance of account owed to Abraham Van Bibber and Richard Harrison.
MSA S 989-2794, MdHR 4583-25  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique) to STATE.
Balance of account due.
MSA S 989-2795, MdHR 4583-25  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Nov. 24.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Information pertaining to easing of tension between France and England; accounts owed to Van Bibber & Harrison; request for money to paydebts.
MSA S 989-2796, MdHR 4583-26  1 /6 /4 /15

1777, Aug. 22.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique) to STATE.
Account of cargo sold from the "Friendship" .
MSA S 989-2797, MdHR 4583-27  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 22.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique) to STATE.
Account for sale of the cargo of the "Molly" by Van Bibber & Harrison.
MSA S 989-2798, MdHR 4583-28  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 4.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to GOV.
Resignation from involvement in the purchase of public stores.
MSA S 989-2799, MdHR 4583-29  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 16.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to GOV.
Request for payment of accounts for purchase of provisions and services rendered.
MSA S 989-2800, MdHR 4583-30  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 7.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to GOV.
Preparation for ship construction; request for payment of an account for purchase of provisions and services rendered.
MSA S 989-2801, MdHR 4583-31  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 10.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Recommendation of Abraham Broom for a commission to manufacture munitions.
MSA S 989-2802, MdHR 4583-32  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 18.
HILLEGAS, MICHAEL (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing letter about payment of money.
MSA S 989-2803, MdHR 4583-33  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 12.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to GOV.
Request for funds.
MSA S 989-2804, MdHR 4583-34  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 16.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Chester) to HILLEGAS, MICHAEL, Continental Treasurer (BA).
Request for money for recruiting.
MSA S 989-2805, MdHR 4583-35  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 10.
HILLEGAS, MICHAEL (BA) to GOV.
Willingness to pay debt.
MSA S 989-2806, MdHR 4583-36  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 2.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of building materials.
MSA S 989-2807, MdHR 4583-37  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 21.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of building material.
MSA S 989-2808, MdHR 4583-38  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 20.
HINDMAN, JAMES to GOV.
Request for appointment as E.S.T.
MSA S 989-2809, MdHR 4583-39  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 17.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique).
Sale of cargo from captured ships.
MSA S 989-2810, MdHR 4583-40  1 /6 /4 /15

1777, Apr. 18.
HOPKINS, GERRARD, SR. (BC) to HOWARD, CHARLES (AN).
Request to pay Patrick Hannon for tent poles.
MSA S 989-2811, MdHR 4583-41  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 11.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to GOV.
Request for settlement of accounts.
MSA S 989-2812, MdHR 4583-42  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 13.
HODGKIN, PHILIP (Nottingham) to GOV.
Shipment of provisions.
MSA S 989-2813, MdHR 4583-43  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 2.
HALL, JOSEPH (CE).
Request for money for military hospital supplies.
MSA S 989-2814, MdHR 4583-44  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Sep. 13.
HALL, AQUILA to GOV.
Militia activities; request for arms and reinforcements; request for field officers'commissions.
MSA S 989-2815, MdHR 4583-45  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 24.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
British fleet movements on the Chesapeake Bay; request that militia be sent to protect stores.
MSA S 989-2816, MdHR 4583-46  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777?
HOWARD, EPHRAIM, SR. (BC) to GOV.
Request for delivery of medical supplies.
MSA S 989-2817, MdHR 4583-47  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Mar. 14.
HOPKINS, GERRARD, SR. (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Transportation of supplies.
MSA S 989-2818, MdHR 4583-48  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Mar. 4.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Plans to remain on Martinique to conduct business.
MSA S 989-2819, MdHR 4583-49  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Sep. 14.
GRIFFITH, WALTER, Cmdre. to CITIZENS (W.S.).
Warning of punishment to patriots who harm either person or property of E.S. Loyalists; invitation of amnesty to those who return loyalty to the king.
MSA S 989-2820, MdHR 4583-5  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Mar. 20.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Has found purchaser for surplus bread.
MSA S 989-2821, MdHR 4583-50  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Mar. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notice that tobacco and iron have been loaded on the " Lydia".
MSA S 989-2822, MdHR 4583-51  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 4.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to GOV.
Recruiting and preparations of a ship for sailing.
MSA S 989-2823, MdHR 4583-52  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 4.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Notice that tobacco and iron have been loaded on the " Lydia"; request for money and orders pertaining to muskets.
MSA S 989-2824, MdHR 4583-53  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 11.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to GOV.
Ship departure.
MSA S 989-2825, MdHR 4583-54  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Mar. 11.
WELLS, JAMES (Westminster) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Reelection of militia field officers; recommendations for commissions.
MSA S 989-2826, MdHR 4583-55  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 2.
WILSON, LEVIN (SO) to GOV.
Agreement to have leather made into shoes and sent to AN.
MSA S 989-2827, MdHR 4583-56  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Mar. 4.
WALKER, HUGH (Urbanna, VA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Transportation of supplies and munitions.
MSA S 989-2828, MdHR 4583-57  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 6.
WALKER, HUGH (Urbanna, VA) to COUNCIL.
Notice that goods have been shipped.
MSA S 989-2829, MdHR 4583-58  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 31.
WELLS, GEORGE (BC).
Ship construction.
MSA S 989-2830, MdHR 4583-59  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 7.
WAKELY, WILLIAM (AN) to GOV.
Petition for appointment as clerk to the victualling board.
MSA S 989-2831, MdHR 4583-60  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 10.
WARE, FRANCIS, Col. (CH) to GOV.
Request for commissions.
MSA S 989-2832, MdHR 4583-61  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 13.
WARE, FRANCIS, Col. (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Progress of militia enlistments.
MSA S 989-2833, MdHR 4583-62  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 16.
WELLS, GEORGE (BC).
Request for payments of accounts.
MSA S 989-2834, MdHR 4583-63  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Sep. 19.
WRIGHT, THOMAS to GOV.
Request for an explanation for his imprisonment.
MSA S 989-2835, MdHR 4583-64  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 19.
WHITELEY, WILLIAM, Commanding Officer (CA) to GOV.
Recommendations for militia field officers.
MSA S 989-2836, MdHR 4583-65  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 21.
WEEMS, JAMES (CV) to GOV.
Request of clemency for a Negro convicted of horse stealing.
MSA S 989-2837, MdHR 4583-66  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 11.
WELLS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Ship construction.
MSA S 989-2838, MdHR 4583-67  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jul. 27.
WRIGHT, SOLOMON to GOV.
Request that Joseph Wright be discharged from the military service.
MSA S 989-2839, MdHR 4583-68  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jul. 2.
WATSON, JOSEPH (Alexandria) to GOV.
Enclosing deposition concerning the actions of William Ward, post rider.
MSA S 989-2840, MdHR 4583-69  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 31.
WELLS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Request to complete construction of a galley.
MSA S 989-2841, MdHR 4583-70  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Dec. 27.
WELLS, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Acknowledgement that accounts for the ship to be sold have been sent.
MSA S 989-2842, MdHR 4583-71  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Dec. 23.
WEST STEPHEN (Woodyard) to CARROLL, DANIEL (AN).
Questionable activities of John Carey.
MSA S 989-2843, MdHR 4583-72  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Dec. 19.
WRIGHT, THOMAS (BC jail) to GOV.
Request for a hearing and release from jail.
MSA S 989-2844, MdHR 4583-73  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 19.
WORTHINGTON, NICHOLAS.
Failure to muster by a militia company.
MSA S 989-2845, MdHR 4583-74  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777?
*
Roster of militia field officers in Col. Worthington's Batt.
MSA S 989-2846, MdHR 4583-75  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Sep. 29.
WRIGHT, ROBERT, Capt. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for clothing for the militia; Gen. Washington marching toward Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-2847, MdHR 4583-76  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 20.
WRIGHT, ROBERT, Capt. (QA).
Request for clothing and money to pay the militia.
MSA S 989-2848, MdHR 4583-77  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 23.
HOWARD, CHARLES to GOV.
Resignation of commission as commissary of stores.
MSA S 989-2849, MdHR 4583-78  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Sep. 10.
HOWARD, EPHRAIM (Johnson's Ferry) to GOV.
Troop movements.
MSA S 989-2850, MdHR 4583-79  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Sep. 1.
HOWARD, EPHRAIM (Elk Ridge) to GOV.
Location of medicine chests.
MSA S 989-2851, MdHR 4583-80  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 26.
HOWARD, EPHRAIM to GOV.
Request for medicine.
MSA S 989-2852, MdHR 4583-81  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Sep. 12.
HUGHES, DANIEL (Antietam Forge).
Accommodations for the militia and the prisoners at Sharpsburg.
MSA S 989-2853, MdHR 4583-82  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 11.
HAYWARD, WILLIAM (TA) to GOV.
Declines commission as judge of the General Court.
MSA S 989-2854, MdHR 4583-83  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 20.
HANSON, JOHN, JR. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Receipt of currency; request for additional funds.
MSA S 989-2855, MdHR 4583-84  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777?
*
List of medicine for Col. Dorsey's Regt.
MSA S 989-2856, MdHR 4583-85  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jul. 17.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to GOV.
Procurement of provisions and munitions.
MSA S 989-2857, MdHR 4583-86  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777?
*
List of officers of the 12th Batt.; recommendations for officers' vacancies.
MSA S 989-2858, MdHR 4583-87  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to GOV.
British troop movements at Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-2859, MdHR 4583-88  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jul. 5.
HAWKINS, JOSIAS, Col. (CH) to GOV.
Poor militia enlistments; officers'commissions.
MSA S 989-2860, MdHR 4583-89  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 2.
HALL, AQUILA to GOV.
Condition of the militia; request for munitions.
MSA S 989-2861, MdHR 4583-90  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 25.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM, Lt. (QA) to GOV.
Rate of desertions; request for supplies; need for a quartermaster; recommendations for commissions.
MSA S 989-2862, MdHR 4583-91  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 22.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA).
Difficulties of mustering militia; rate of pay for substitutes.
MSA S 989-2863, MdHR 4583-92  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 3.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM, Lt. (QA) to GOV.
Apprehension of deserters.
MSA S 989-2864, MdHR 4583-93  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 2.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Need for officers; Burgoyne's defeat.
MSA S 989-2865, MdHR 4583-94  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 23.
HILLEGAS, MICHAEL (BC) to GOV.
Request that a superintendent of the Continental presses be appointed.
MSA S 989-2866, MdHR 4583-95  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 20.
HANNA, WILLIAM (Kent Island) to GOV.
Request for appointment as chaplain to Col. Richardson's Regt.
MSA S 989-2867, MdHR 4583-96  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 23.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Offer of his servant as an agent in Martinique; suggestions of trade items.
MSA S 989-2868, MdHR 4583-97  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 29.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to GOV.
Request for payment of accounts.
MSA S 989-2869, MdHR 4583-98  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 26.
HALL, AQUILA (HA) to GOV.
Court proceedings and appointment of a clerk.
MSA S 989-2870, MdHR 4583-99  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 29.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Enclosing a list of officers holding commissions in the 20th Batt.; agreement to comply with requisition.
MSA S 989-2871, MdHR 4583-100  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 24.
HALL, AQUILA to GOV.
British fleet activities.
MSA S 989-2872, MdHR 4583-101  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 20.
HARRISON, RICHARD (Martinique).
Application as a trade agent in Martinique; conditions on the island.
MSA S 989-2873, MdHR 4583-102  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 23.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BC) to GOV.
Bribery of a sailor to permit prisoners to escape.
MSA S 989-2874, MdHR 4583-103  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 1.
HOOE, ROBERT (Alexandria) to GOV.
Recommendation of Capt. Sanford; compliance with orders.
MSA S 989-2875, MdHR 4583-104  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC).
Conditions of ships and cargoes.
MSA S 989-2876, MdHR 4583-105  1 /6 /4 /15

1777?
SANFORD, LAWRENCE (Alexandria).
Deposition about the capture of the " Adventure"by the " Roe Buck".
MSA S 989-2877, MdHR 4583-106  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Apr. 1.
HANSON, JOHN, JR., Chm. Committee Obs. (FR).
Proceedings in the trial of Robert Gassaway.
MSA S 989-2878, MdHR 4583-107  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 31.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM, Lt. (QA) to GOV.
Organization of the QA militia.
MSA S 989-2879, MdHR 4583-108  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jul. 2.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to GOV.
Shipment of bread; readiness of the "Friendship" for loading.
MSA S 989-2880, MdHR 4583-109  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 31.
HALL, ELIHU, JR., Maj. (Nottingham) to GOV.
Enclosing affidavits detailing enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2881, MdHR 4583-110  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 31.
HOPKINS, DAVID.
Enemy troop movement.
MSA S 989-2882, MdHR 4583-111  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 29.
HUGHES, DANIEL; HUGHES, SAMUEL to GOV.
Condition of artillery pieces.
MSA S 989-2883, MdHR 4583-112  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 23.
HALL, AQUILA, JR. (Harford Town).
Arrival of the British fleet.
MSA S 989-2884, MdHR 4583-113  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 7.
HANSON, JOHN, JR. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Discrepancies in the state
MSA S 989-2885, MdHR 4583-114  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 14.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Request for a commission; militia enrollment.
MSA S 989-2886, MdHR 4583-115  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 5.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Application for appointment of Levin Downes as tobacco inspector at Emerson's Warehouse.
MSA S 989-2887, MdHR 4583-116  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 3.
NOBLE, NEHEMIAH et al.
Recommendation of Levin Downes as tobacco inspector at Emerson's Warehouse.
MSA S 989-2888, MdHR 4583-117  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 6.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to GOV.
Readiness of ships to sail.
MSA S 989-2889, MdHR 4583-118  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 2.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BC) to GOV.
Request for cash; need for supplies.
MSA S 989-2890, MdHR 4583-119  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jan. 26.
LAREY, JAMES (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition for release from prison.
MSA S 989-2891, MdHR 4583-120  1 /6 /4 /15.

1781, Sep. 16.
EDELEN, CHRISTOPHER (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Purchase of hats and shoes; enclosing signed documents.
MSA S 989-2892, MdHR 4583-121  1 /6 /4 /15.

1817, Oct. 3.
JUMP, ALEMBY, Agent for Public Arms (Eastern Shore) to MASSEY, JOSHUA, Capt.
Receipt for arms and munitions.
MSA S 989-2893, MdHR 4583-122  1 /6 /4 /15

1781, Aug. 8.
NEILL, JOHN (FR) to PARKS, JOHN, merchant (BC).
Request for information about money; sentencing and fining of Tories.
MSA S 989-2894, MdHR 4583-123  1 /6 /4 /15.

1781, Aug. 13.
MCFADON, ALEXANDER (BC) to GOV.
Request for the release of John Parks.
MSA S 989-2895, MdHR 4583-124  1 /6 /4 /15.

1781, Aug. 1.
SCOTT, GEORGE.
Inquiry into recipients involvement in a Tory plot in FR.
MSA S 989-2896, MdHR 4583-125  1 /6 /4 /15.

1788, Sep. 6.
POE, DAVID (BC) to DAVIDSON, JOHN (AN).
Refusal to accept interest payment on a bond by Thomas Harwood.
MSA S 989-2897, MdHR 4583-126  1 /6 /4 /15.

1782, Feb. 5.
EDELEN, CHRISTOPHER (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Request for permission to use surplus funds to pay outstanding debts.
MSA S 989-2898, MdHR 4583-127  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Jun. 2.
ENNALLS, JOHN, Capt. (DO) to GOV.
Failure of the militia to muster because of fear of smallpox; condition of the militia.
MSA S 989-2899, MdHR 4583-128  1 /6 /4 /15.

1782, Sep. 19.
ELLIS, RICHARD (Bohemia, CE) to GOV.
Acknowledging receipt of orders as surveyor of CE.
MSA S 989-2900, MdHR 4583-129  1 /6 /4 /15.

1781, Aug. 12.
PARKS, JOHN (BC) to GOV.
Memorial requesting explanation of charges against him and release from jail.
MSA S 989-2901, MdHR 4583-130  1 /6 /4 /15.

1784, Dec. 28.
NOURSE, JOSEPH; NOURSE, WILLIAM to WALLACE, CHARLES, Pres. Council.
Request for permission to deposit books and papers of the Commission of Account with the state.
MSA S 989-2902, MdHR 4583-131  1 /6 /4 /15.

1786, Nov. 17.
BURGESS, JOSHUA to GOV.
Offer to serve as a captain or lieutenant in the cavalry.
MSA S 989-2903, MdHR 4583-132  1 /6 /4 /15.

1784, Sep. 4.
BANNING, JEREMIAH, Col. (TA) to GOV.
Offer to serve as an officer in the militia.
MSA S 989-2904, MdHR 4583-133  1 /6 /4 /15.

1812, Jul. 21.
ROBERTSON, SAMUEL (BC) to PINKNEY, NINIAN.
Bid on a contract to manufacture canteens.
MSA S 989-2905, MdHR 4583-134  1 /6 /4 /15

1822, Nov. 20.
WILMER, WILLIAM, Chm.; SCOTT, B., Sec.
Election of James Course as cornet of Capt. Wilson's Comp.; request for arms.
MSA S 989-2906, MdHR 4583-135  1 /6 /4 /15

1780, Feb. 29.
POTTS, RICHARD (BC) to GOV.
Application for permission to transport articles from NY.
MSA S 989-2907, MdHR 4583-136  1 /6 /4 /15.

1794, Sep. 12.
BAILEY, MOUNTJOY (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Militia preparations for the Whiskey Rebellion.
MSA S 989-2908, MdHR 4583-137  1 /6 /4 /15.

1778, Aug. 30.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Inability to supply ship provisions or grind wheat.
MSA S 989-2909, MdHR 4583-138  1 /6 /4 /15.

1802, Apr. 21.
EDDY, THOMAS (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing his book on NY penal system reform
MSA S 989-2910, MdHR 4583-139  1 /6 /4 /15

1781, Jun. 13.
EDELEN, CHRISTOPHER (Frederick Town Inn) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-2911, MdHR 4583-140  1 /6 /4 /15.

1778, May. 11.
CARROLL, CHARLES, OF CARROLLTON to GOV.
Recommendation to grant Mr. Brown permission to go to Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-2912, MdHR 4583-141  1 /6 /4 /15.

1783, Apr. 3.
PENDERGAST, WILLIAM, Lt. Comdr. (Frederick Town) to DAVIDSON, JOHN, Maj. (AN).
Sickness among the troops.
MSA S 989-2913, MdHR 4583-142  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Dec. 24.
EARLE, RICHARD T. (Kent Island) to WALLACE, CHARLES (AN).
Delivery of shoes.
MSA S 989-2914, MdHR 4583-143  1 /6 /4 /15.

1779, Sep. 14.
EWING, PATRICK (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Transportation and procurement of flour.
MSA S 989-2915, MdHR 4583-144  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Oct. 29.
ENNALLS, WILLIAM (DO) to GOV.
Appointees to the Orphans'Court.
MSA S 989-2916, MdHR 4583-145  1 /6 /4 /15.

1780, Jan. 14.
EWING, PATRICK (Head of Elk) to CHASE, JEREMIAH (AN).
Request for information about district boundaries; administering oaths.
MSA S 989-2917, MdHR 4583-146  1 /6 /4 /15.

1780, Mar. 31.
EMORY, ARTHUR, JR. to HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (AN).
Recommendations for militia officers.
MSA S 989-2918, MdHR 4583-147  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 27.
ENNALLS, JOSEPH, JR. (DO) to GOV.
Request for clarification on command of a militia battalion.
MSA S 989-2919, MdHR 4583-148  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Aug. 24.
EWING, THOMAS (BC) to GOV.
Application for a commission as colonel.
MSA S 989-2920, MdHR 4583-149  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 25.
EWING, NATHANIEL, Capt. (Kingston).
Reimbursement of a master for the militia service of a servant.
MSA S 989-2921, MdHR 4583-150  1 /6 /4 /15.

1780, Apr. 11.
ELLIS, RICHARD (Bohemia) to GOV.
Request for instructions about surveyor's office and duties.
MSA S 989-2922, MdHR 4583-151  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, May. 21.
ENNALLS, WILLIAM (DO).
Manufacture of arms; recommendation of John Harrison as register of wills.
MSA S 989-2923, MdHR 4583-152  1 /6 /4 /15.

1776, Apr. 6.
JOHNSON, EDWARD, Clk. Committee Obs. (CA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase and collection of munitions.
MSA S 989-2924, MdHR 4583-153  1 /6 /4 /15.

1776, Feb. 26.
*
Account of charges against Robert Gassaway.
MSA S 989-2925, MdHR 4583-154  1 /6 /4 /15.

1777, Feb. 2.
HOWARD, EPHRAIM to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Thomas Coale as lieutenant.
MSA S 989-2926, MdHR 4584-01  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Feb. 9.
COALE, SAMUEL STRINGER (BA) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW (AN).
Recommendation of Thomas Coale as lieutentant.
MSA S 989-2927, MdHR 4584-02  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Feb. 2.
DORSEY, THOMAS (Elkridge) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Thomas Coale for a commission in the navy.
MSA S 989-2928, MdHR 4584-03  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Apr. 19.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Request for a promotion for John Carr.
MSA S 989-2929, MdHR 4584-04  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jan. 3.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (Piscataway) to GOV.
Recommendation of Jacob Duckett as commissary in the clothing department.
MSA S 989-2930, MdHR 4584-05  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Sep. 25.
COLSTON, RAWLEIGH (VA) to GOV.
Notification of position as agent for VA in Hispaniola.
MSA S 989-2931, MdHR 4584-06  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Aug. 7.
TURNER, ZEPHANIAH (CH) to GOV.
Request for a loan for Abraham Cox to erect a saltworks.
MSA S 989-2932, MdHR 4584-07  1 /6 /4 /16.

1776, Aug. 27.
GARRETT, AMOS, Chm. Committee Obs. (HA) to CONVENTION.
Recommendations of officers.
MSA S 989-2933, MdHR 4584-08  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Aug. 5.
BAYNES, JOHN (Piscataway) to GOV.
Request for a loan for Abraham Cox to erect a saltworks.
MSA S 989-2934, MdHR 4584-09  1 /6 /4 /16.

1776, Jun. 20.
COURTS, WILLIAM (AN).
Application for a commission in the army.
MSA S 989-2935, MdHR 4584-10  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jul. 8.
COURTS, WILLIAM (AN) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Application for a commission in the army.
MSA S 989-2936, MdHR 4584-11  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jan. 10.
COOK, GEORGE (AN).
Certification of service of John Chever.
MSA S 989-2937, MdHR 4584-12  1 /6 /4 /16.

1776.
BRICE, JACOB to CONVENTION.
Petition for a command of the militia.
MSA S 989-2938, MdHR 4584-13  1 /6 /4 /16.

1776.
CHRISTIE, JAMES (TA) to CONVENTION.
Petition for a command in the army.
MSA S 989-2939, MdHR 4584-14  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Apr. 7.
CLARKE, DANIEL to GOV.
Declines appointment as blanket collector.
MSA S 989-2940, MdHR 4584-15  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Appointment of collector of blankets: See 4584/17.
MSA S 989-2941, MdHR 4584-16  1 /6 /4 /16

1777, Apr. 2.
COUNCIL to HOWARD, CHARLES WALLACE (AN).
Appointment as receiver of blankets.
MSA S 989-2942, MdHR 4584-16  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY to CLARKE, DANIEL.
Appointment as blanket collector for the Patuxent.
MSA S 989-2943, MdHR 4584-16  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY to CONWAY, JOHN SPAN (SO).
Appointment as blanket collector for WO.
MSA S 989-2944, MdHR 4584-17  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777.
CLEMENTS, BENNETT HANSON (CH) to GOV.
Petition requesting the remittance of a fine.
MSA S 989-2945, MdHR 4584-18  1 /6 /4 /16.

1779?
CONNOLLY, ANN; CONNOLLY, MARGARET (AN) to GOV.
Petition requesting a passport.
MSA S 989-2946, MdHR 4584-19  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, May. 17.
HILLEGAS, MICHAEL (BA) to GOV.
Recommendations for superintendents of the press.
MSA S 989-2947, MdHR 4584-20  1 /6 /4 /16

1777, May. 14.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to GOV.
Request for payment.
MSA S 989-2948, MdHR 4584-21  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, May. 13.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE to GOV.
Transmittal of bread.
MSA S 989-2949, MdHR 4584-22  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, May. 14.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Payment of a bond with Continental money.
MSA S 989-2950, MdHR 4584-23  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, May. 17.
HILLEGAS, MICHAEL (BA) to GOV.
Transmittal of congressional resolutions pertaining to the appointments of superintendents of the press.
MSA S 989-2951, MdHR 4584-24  1 /6 /4 /16

1777, Apr. 23.
COLELLO, HAMILTON (AN) to GOV.
Petition defending loyalty and requesting a trial.
MSA S 989-2952, MdHR 4584-25  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Jun. 4.
COOPER, NATHANIEL ("Defence") to GOV.
Petition requesting a discharge from the navy.
MSA S 989-2953, MdHR 4584-26  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Dec. 9.
CREW ("Defence" ) to GOV.
Petition protesting conditions aboard the ship.
MSA S 989-2954, MdHR 4584-27  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777.
ATKINSON, ANGELO; LANGFORD, LEVI to STATE.
Petition of Loyalists requesting parole.
MSA S 989-2955, MdHR 4584-28  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Mar. 12.
ALEXANDER, DAVID (AN) to GOV.
Petition concerning confinement in irons.
MSA S 989-2956, MdHR 4584-29  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777.
BOND, JAMES et al. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of James Allison for a commission.
MSA S 989-2957, MdHR 4584-30  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Mar. 17.
ALEXANDER, DAVID (AN) to GOV.
Petition requesting permission to hire a substitute.
MSA S 989-2958, MdHR 4584-31  1 /6 /4 /16.

1779.
ASHMEAD, JOSEPH to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Petition requesting the settlement of the accounts of Robert Cummings, deceased.
MSA S 989-2959, MdHR 4584-32  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Apr. 17.
ADAMS, PETER (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Lack of supplies; request an account of money due.
MSA S 989-2960, MdHR 4584-33  1 /6 /4 /16

1778, Dec. 13.
ARCHER, JONATHAN (HA) to GOV.
Recommendation of George McLaughlin Taylor as a tailor for the military.
MSA S 989-2961, MdHR 4584-34  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Feb. 24.
BOND, RICHARD (CE) to GOV.
Transmittal of powder and lead.
MSA S 989-2962, MdHR 4584-35  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Feb. 23.
BRACCO, JOHN; BANNING, THOMAS; BEVERLY, JOSEPH (TA) to GOV.
Adjournment of the Court of Oyer and Terminer; transfer of prisoners; receipt of correspondence.
MSA S 989-2963, MdHR 4584-36  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Feb. 19.
BOND, RICHARD (CE).
Collection of musket barrels; request for money.
MSA S 989-2964, MdHR 4584-37  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jan. 23.
BLACK, WILLIAM (VA).
Capture of a vessel.
MSA S 989-2965, MdHR 4584-38  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Jun. 24.
DICKSON, B., Naval Officer (James River) to BLACK, WILLIAM, Master ("Liberty").
Clearance permit for the " Liberty".
MSA S 989-2966, MdHR 4584-39  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Oct. 26.
DAFFIN, GEORGE, Naval Officer (BC) to BLACK, WILLIAM, Master ("Liberty" ).
Sailing permit.
MSA S 989-2967, MdHR 4584-40  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jan. 18.
BARNES, RICHARD (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Appointment of Zachariah Forrest as sheriff; purchase of pork.
MSA S 989-2968, MdHR 4584-41  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 18.
BARRETT, LEMUEL.
Indian raids and massacres.
MSA S 989-2969, MdHR 4584-42  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Feb.
BRACCO, JOHN (TA) to GOV.
Qualifications of judges of the Court of Oyer and Terminer.
MSA S 989-2970, MdHR 4584-43  1 /6 /4 /16

1778, Sep. 24.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Election of offiecers.
MSA S 989-2971, MdHR 4584-44  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Aug. 24.
WINDER, WILLIAM to DASHIELL, GEORGE.
Controversy over the election of Huet Nutter as an officer.
MSA S 989-2972, MdHR 4584-45  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Aug. 19.
SCOTT, GEORGE DAY, Col.; STEWARD, JOHN, Lt. Col.; BAILEY, ESME, Maj. to DASHIELL, GEORGE, Lt. (SO).
Reasons for voiding the election of William Nutter and Huet Nutter as officers.
MSA S 989-2973, MdHR 4584-46  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Sep. 21.
PIPER, JOSEPH.
Deposition concerning an argument between Capt. Turpin and John Grumble.
MSA S 989-2974, MdHR 4584-47  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Sep. 11.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Request for a leave of absence for Isaiah Chain.
MSA S 989-2975, MdHR 4584-48  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Oct. 27.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) TO GOV.
Officers'commissions; enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2976, MdHR 4584-49  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Apr. 20.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM (Chester Town) to GOV.
Failure to capture China Clow; reward for his capture.
MSA S 989-2977, MdHR 4584-50  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Apr. 18.
BEALL, JOSHUA, Lt. (PG) to GOV.
Raising of troops.
MSA S 989-2978, MdHR 4584-51  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Mar. 18.
BRACCO, JOHN (TA) to GOV.
Controversy concerning the jurisdiction over prisoners.
MSA S 989-2979, MdHR 4584-52  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Mar. 2.
BOWLY, DANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Delivery of cattle; high price of salt.
MSA S 989-2980, MdHR 4584-53  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Mar. 1.
BEATTY, CHARLES (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Recommendations concerning leave for the militia.
MSA S 989-2981, MdHR 4584-54  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Nov. 16.
DAFFIN, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Receipt of letter.
MSA S 989-2982, MdHR 4584-55  1 /6 /4 /16.

1776, Jun. 15.
GARRETT, AMOS (Swan Creek, HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Problems in producing saltpeter.
MSA S 989-2983, MdHR 4584-56  1 /6 /4 /16.

1779?
CONNOLLY, ANN to GOV.
Petition requesting a passport.
MSA S 989-2984, MdHR 4584-57  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Apr. 10.
CALLELO, HAMILTON.
Petition declaring his innocence.
MSA S 989-2985, MdHR 4584-58  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Mar. 28.
CHENEY, ANDREW FRANCIS to GOV.
Request for release on bail.
MSA S 989-2986, MdHR 4584-59  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, May. 11.
BOND, RICHARD (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Request for a loan.
MSA S 989-2987, MdHR 4584-60  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777.
HALL, AQUILA to SMITH, SAMUEL, Capt.
Enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-2988, MdHR 4584-61  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BC).
Dispatch of wagon to obtain arms.
MSA S 989-2989, MdHR 4584-62  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777?
BRICE, JAMES to JOHNSON, THOMAS (BA).
Stationing of troops in BC.
MSA S 989-2990, MdHR 4584-63  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777.
BRADY, JONATHAN to GOV.
Protest over loss of commission.
MSA S 989-2991, MdHR 4584-64  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Dec. 13.
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, Capt.
Distribution of pots.
MSA S 989-2992, MdHR 4584-65  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Feb. 11.
COLSTON, RAWLEIGH (Cape Francis) to GOV.
Notification of position as agent for MD in the West Indies.
MSA S 989-2993, MdHR 4584-66  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jan. 13.
COOK, GEORGE.
Recommendation of Vachel Yates and Henry Lusby for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-2994, MdHR 4584-67  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jan. 9.
CROCKETT, JAMES (BA).
Recommendation of Capt. Rogers.
MSA S 989-2995, MdHR 4584-68  1 /6 /4 /16.

1776, Jan. 24.
COURTS, RICHARD HINDLEY (MO) to HANSON, JOHN (Frederick Town).
Request for a recommendation for a commission in the army.
MSA S 989-2996, MdHR 4584-69  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Jan. 28.
HANSON, JOHN, JR. (Frederick Town).
Recommendation of Richard Courts for a militia commission.
MSA S 989-2997, MdHR 4584-70  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777, Jan. 13.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (Piscataway) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Recommendation of Nathaniel Clagett for a naval commission.
MSA S 989-2998, MdHR 4584-71  1 /6 /4 /16.

1776, Dec. 4.
COURSEY, THOMAS to THOMAS, NICHOLAS (AN).
Request for a naval commission.
MSA S 989-2999, MdHR 4584-72  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jul. 27.
CALHOUN, JAMES et al. (BA) to GOV.
Request for cannons.
MSA S 989-3000, MdHR 4584-73  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May. 15.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to GOV.
Provisions stockpiled; request for transport.
MSA S 989-3001, MdHR 4584-74  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May.
HOLLAND, FRANCIS, Col.
Roster of officers and troops.
MSA S 989-3002, MdHR 4584-75  1 /6 /4 /16

1778, May. 18.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Request for a roster of men in the militia; clothing for officers.
MSA S 989-3003, MdHR 4584-76  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May. 15.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to GOV.
Transmittal of sheeting and tea.
MSA S 989-3004, MdHR 4584-77  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May. 13.
WISE, WILLIAM to DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Col.
Request to pay for pork.
MSA S 989-3005, MdHR 4584-78  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Apr. 2.
DORSEY, THOMAS (Elk Ridge) to GOV.
Scarcity of salt.
MSA S 989-3006, MdHR 4584-79  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 15.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA).
Controversy pertaining to substitutes in the army.
MSA S 989-3007, MdHR 4584-80  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Dec. 5.
BEATTY, CHARLES (George Town).
Militia mutiny.
MSA S 989-3008, MdHR 4584-81  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Mar. 1.
GILLIS, JOHN (AA) to GOV.
Oaths of allegiance.
MSA S 989-3009, MdHR 4584-82  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Mar. 1.
THOMAS, MORTON, JR. et al. to GOV.
Oaths of allegiance.
MSA S 989-3010, MdHR 4584-83  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jul. 24.
TILGHMAN, EDWARD, JR. (Wye) to GOV.
Invalidation of a bail bond; request for a hearing.
MSA S 989-3011, MdHR 4584-84  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Mar. 28.
TILGHMAN, EDWARD, JR. (Wye) to GOV.
Requests permission to consult law books.
MSA S 989-3012, MdHR 4584-85  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Apr. 4.
TILGHMAN, EDWARD, JR. (Wye Neck) to GOV.
Request for a license for travel in order to consult law books.
MSA S 989-3013, MdHR 4584-86  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 25.
TILGHMAN, EDWARD, JR. (Wye) to GOV.
Request for permission to visit his plantation: See 4584/88-89.
MSA S 989-3014, MdHR 4584-87  1 /6 /4 /16

1778, Feb. 17.
THOMAS, JOHN ALLEN (SM) to GOV.
Request for transfer of two prisoners from Frederick Town.
MSA S 989-3015, MdHR 4584-90  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Apr. 30.
THOMPSON, JONATHAN D. (CE) to GOV.
Request for payment of battalion.
MSA S 989-3016, MdHR 4584-91  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 30.
THOMAS, JOHN ALLEN (SM) to GOV.
Request for disability pay for Justinian Bullock.
MSA S 989-3017, MdHR 4584-92  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Nov. 24.
THOMPSON, JONATHAN D. (CE) to GOV.
Objections to the appointment of Archibald Shields to a militia commission.
MSA S 989-3018, MdHR 4584-93  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Oct. 24.
BRACCO, JOHN (TA) to GOV.
Account for loans to state.
MSA S 989-3019, MdHR 4584-94  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Oct. 29.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER (TA) to GOV.
Impending arrival of refugees from NY; request for supplies.
MSA S 989-3020, MdHR 4584-95  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Oct. 31.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM, Col. (Chester Town) to GOV.
Request for cartridge paper; repair of firearms.
MSA S 989-3021, MdHR 4584-96  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Oct. 2.
BEALL, JOSHUA, Lt. (PG) to GOV.
Difficulty in meeting militia quotas.
MSA S 989-3022, MdHR 4584-97  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Aug. 14.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER (TA) to GOV.
Substitution as ensign by William Garland.
MSA S 989-3023, MdHR 4584-98  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jul. 28.
BOWLY, DANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Introduction for Capt. Cox of Bermuda.
MSA S 989-3024, MdHR 4584-99  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Aug. 22.
BOND, RICHARD (CE) to GOV.
Request to be paid for musket barrels delivered.
MSA S 989-3025, MdHR 4584-100  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Sep. 6.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM (Chester Town) to GOV.
Request for a pass for Mr. John Currier.
MSA S 989-3026, MdHR 4584-101  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778.
BEALL, JOSHUA, Lt. (PG) to GOV.
Protest concerning the behavior of Col. Simm.
MSA S 989-3027, MdHR 4584-102  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jul. 16.
BEALL, JOSHUA, Lt. (PG).
Request for rosters; ban on the sale of liquor to troops in the field.
MSA S 989-3028, MdHR 4584-102  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jul. 28.
BEALL, JOSHUA, Lt. (PG) to SIMM, PATRICK, Col.
Procedure concerning court-martials and fines.
MSA S 989-3029, MdHR 4584-102  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 4.
BEALL, JOSHUA, Lt. (PG) to GOV.
Difficulties in the recruitment of men.
MSA S 989-3030, MdHR 4584-103  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 5.
BOWLY, DANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Shipment of supplies.
MSA S 989-3031, MdHR 4584-104  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 10.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM to GOV.
Safe passage of George Mann to AN.
MSA S 989-3032, MdHR 4584-105  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 12.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER (TA) to GOV.
Conduct of Capt. Coursey; substitute for Jeremiah Garland.
MSA S 989-3033, MdHR 4584-106  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 19.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM.
Militia recruitment; troop movements.
MSA S 989-3034, MdHR 4584-107  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Apr. 26.
BEALL, JOSHUA, Lt. (PG) to GOV.
Substitutions in the militia.
MSA S 989-3035, MdHR 4584-108  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jul. 7.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER (TA).
Request for a commission for William Garland; militia proceedings.
MSA S 989-3036, MdHR 4584-109  1 /6 /4 /16.

1777.
BEALL, JOSHUA to GOV.
Duty roster of officers; description of the battalion.
MSA S 989-3037, MdHR 4584-110  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 1.
BOWES, TIMOTHY, Clk. Commissioners of Tax (SM).
Request for the transmittal of an act of the Assembly.
MSA S 989-3038, MdHR 4584-111  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Jun. 1.
BOND, RICHARD (CE) to GOV.
Request for payment due Amos Alexander.
MSA S 989-3039, MdHR 4584-112  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May. 27.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM to GOV.
Loyalist activity in QA.
MSA S 989-3040, MdHR 4584-113  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May. 27.
BOWLY, DANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Report of a declaration of war between France and Britain.
MSA S 989-3041, MdHR 4584-114  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May. 18.
DEAKINS, WILLIAM, JR. (MO) to GOV.
Vagrancy charges against Isaac Robert Duke.
MSA S 989-3042, MdHR 4584-115  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May. 29.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Militia recruitment; safe deposit of supplies.
MSA S 989-3043, MdHR 4584-116  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May. 21.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Transfer of flour; request for military exemption for coopers.
MSA S 989-3044, MdHR 4584-117  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, May. 8.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to GOV.
Request for money; transportation of supplies.
MSA S 989-3045, MdHR 4584-118  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Mar. 7.
DICKINSON, CHARLES (CA) to GOV.
Shortage of members on the County Court and Orphans'Court.
MSA S 989-3046, MdHR 4584-119  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Feb. 27.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Snow Hill).
Transmittal of supplies; militia activities.
MSA S 989-3047, MdHR 4584-120  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Feb. 27.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Snow Hill) to VAUGHN, JOSEPH, Col. (DE Regt.).
Report of plundering by members of the DE Regt.
MSA S 989-3048, MdHR 4584-121  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Apr. 1.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Boarding British vessels to reclaim captured slaves.
MSA S 989-3049, MdHR 4584-122  1 /6 /4 /16.

1778, Feb. 17.
VAN BIBBER, ISAAC et al. (BC) to GOV.
Petition for a ship to protect Tangier Sound.
MSA S 989-3050, MdHR 4585-01  1 /6 /4 /17.

1781, Oct. 7.
RAMSEY, NATHANIEL, Col. (BC) to GOV.
Payments for the Whetstone Point properties.
MSA S 989-3051, MdHR 4585-02  1 /6 /4 /17.

1781, Sep. 26.
RAMSEY, NATHANIEL, Comsr. Conf. Prop.
Account of sales on Whetstone Point.
MSA S 989-3052, MdHR 4585-03  1 /6 /4 /17.

1780, May. 28.
RAMSEY, NATHANIEL (Long Island) to GOV.
Sale of confiscated property.
MSA S 989-3053, MdHR 4585-04  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Nov. 4.
WHITELEY, WILLIAM, Col. (CA) to GOV.
Refugees from NY; deserters still in the county.
MSA S 989-3054, MdHR 4585-05  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Nov. 14.
WHITELEY, ARTHUR (DO) to GOV.
Dissatisfaction with promotions.
MSA S 989-3055, MdHR 4585-06  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Dec. 14.
WOODFIELD, JOHN to GOV.
Inability to serve due to ill health.
MSA S 989-3056, MdHR 4585-07  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jul. 31.
WICKES, BENJAMIN (Snow Hill) to GOV.
Treatment while prisoner of Capt. James Hawker.
MSA S 989-3057, MdHR 4585-08  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 22.
WARE, FRANCIS, Col. (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Recruiting for the militia.
MSA S 989-3058, MdHR 4585-09  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, May. 25.
WHITELEY, WILLIAM (CA) to GOV.
Recommendation of officers.
MSA S 989-3059, MdHR 4585-10  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jun. 29.
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES (BC) to GOV.
Sending Dr. Gale with artillery to Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-3060, MdHR 4585-11  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, May. 12.
WINTERS, ELISHA (KE) to GOV.
Purchase of a horse with counterfeit Continental bills of credit.
MSA S 989-3061, MdHR 4585-12  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Sep. 29.
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, Sheriff (QA) to GOV.
Request for compassion in treatment of prisoners.
MSA S 989-3062, MdHR 4585-13  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, May. 5.
WILLIAMS, THOMAS (PG) to GOV.
Vagrancy charges against Richard Beck.
MSA S 989-3063, MdHR 4585-14  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 12.
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, Sheriff (QA) to GOV.
Request that the militia be excused from paying duties.
MSA S 989-3064, MdHR 4585-15  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 15.
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, Sheriff (QA) to GOV.
Report on progress of the assessment.
MSA S 989-3065, MdHR 4585-16  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 27.
WRIGHT, TURBUTT (QA) to GOV.
Refusal of most magistrates named in the commission to serve; need for additional appointments.
MSA S 989-3066, MdHR 4585-17  1 /6 /4 /17.

1777, Apr. 11.
WINTERS, ELISHA (Rock Hall).
Payment for the disposition of arms and munitions.
MSA S 989-3067, MdHR 4585-18  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 9.
WINTERS, ELISHA (KE).
Shipment of muskets.
MSA S 989-3068, MdHR 4585-19  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 23.
HUGHES, DANIEL, Col. to GOV.
Report on prisoners at Fort Frederick.
MSA S 989-3069, MdHR 4585-20  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Aug. 13.
AYLETT, WILLIAM, Col. (Williamsburg).
Recaptured vessel; the "Francis," sold in Salisbury.
MSA S 989-3070, MdHR 4585-21  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Aug. 12.
GWIN, JOHN (Williamsburg).
Deposition pertaining to the transport vessel "Francis" .
MSA S 989-3071, MdHR 4585-22  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 7.
CRANE, JAMES, Pilot (York County, VA).
Agrees with the content of John Hewlitt's deposition.
MSA S 989-3072, MdHR 4585-23  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 7.
GRIGGS, JOHN, Master ("Northampton" ).
Deposition explaining ship's movements.
MSA S 989-3073, MdHR 4585-24  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 7.
HEWLITT, JOHN, Midshipman ("Safe Guard" ).
Deposition pertaining to ship's movements.
MSA S 989-3074, MdHR 4585-24  1 /6 /4 /17.

1777.
*
Memorandum concerning cattle purchases; removal of salt from BC to keep it from the commissary.
MSA S 989-3075, MdHR 4585-25  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Dec. 21.
NESBIT, JOHN M. & CO. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Arrival of arms and supplies from France.
MSA S 989-3076, MdHR 4585-26  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 30.
HOOPER, HENRY (DO) to LLOYD, EDWARD (AN).
Recommends Col. Joseph Ennalls to replace William Ennals as collector of clothing.
MSA S 989-3077, MdHR 4585-27  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 20.
WILLIAMS, THOMAS, Col. (PG) to GOV.
Return of duplicate commission.
MSA S 989-3078, MdHR 4585-28  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Sep. 3.
HANSON, JOHN ("Independence" ) to GOV.
Resignation of commission as lieutenant of the galley.
MSA S 989-3079, MdHR 4585-29  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, May. 23.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Activities of China Clow.
MSA S 989-3080, MdHR 4585-30  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jul. 7.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Request for orders for the militia.
MSA S 989-3081, MdHR 4585-31  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Oct. 26.
MASSACHUSETTS BAY COUNCIL.
Permission to load supplies for MA in the "Ranger" .
MSA S 989-3082, MdHR 4585-32  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Dec. 7.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Order to pay and receipt by Richard Harrison.
MSA S 989-3083, MdHR 4585-33  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 23.
RINGGOLD, JAMES.
Deposition explaining association with Rev. John Montgomery.
MSA S 989-3084, MdHR 4585-34  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 14.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL; PURVIANCE, ROBERT (BC) to GOV.
Status of sundry cargo ships.
MSA S 989-3085, MdHR 4585-35  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 9.
PEALE, ST. GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of shoes.
MSA S 989-3086, MdHR 4585-36  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 9.
VAN BIBBER, ABRAHAM (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of ships and cargoes.
MSA S 989-3087, MdHR 4585-37  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 5.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chestertown) to GOV.
Enclosing list of purchases for the militia.
MSA S 989-3088, MdHR 4585-38  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 5.
BOLTON, JOHN to GOV.
List of supplies purchased for the militia.
MSA S 989-3089, MdHR 4585-39  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 24-Mar. 7.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM, Lt. (KE).
Accounts of supplies received and delivered.
MSA S 989-3090, MdHR 4585-40  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 20.
BULLEN, JOHN to GOV.
Receipt of shoes from Henry Plummer.
MSA S 989-3091, MdHR 4585-41  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 13.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chestertown) to GOV.
Account of supplies and provisions collected for the militia.
MSA S 989-3092, MdHR 4585-42  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 13.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chestertown) to GOV.
Account for supplies and provisions received.
MSA S 989-3093, MdHR 4585-43  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 20.
BAKER, FRANCIS (TA) to GOV.
Search for cattle for sale.
MSA S 989-3094, MdHR 4585-44  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778?
*
Pork purchased for militia is in SM.
MSA S 989-3095, MdHR 4585-45  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778.
*
Account of flour delivered to vessels.
MSA S 989-3096, MdHR 4585-46  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 25.
LEATHERBURY, PEREGRINE (Chestertown) to GOV.
Recruiting officers await instructions and money; procurement officers need money.
MSA S 989-3097, MdHR 4585-47  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 12.
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM (Yorktown) to GOV.
Purchase and seizure of provisions.
MSA S 989-3098, MdHR 4585-48  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 8.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM, Dep. Comsy. Gen. Purchases (Middle District, FR).
Seizure of salt.
MSA S 989-3099, MdHR 4585-49  1 /6 /4 /17.

1777, Dec. 10.
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM (Camp Whitemarsh) to GOV.
Seizure of salt.
MSA S 989-3100, MdHR 4585-50  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 28.
*
Invoice for goods delivered by James Ritchey.
MSA S 989-3101, MdHR 4585-51  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 7.
CRAWFORD, DAVID (Marlboro) to GOV.
Delivery of goods by James Ritchey.
MSA S 989-3102, MdHR 4585-52  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 7.
CRAWFORD, DAVID (PG).
List of goods deliverd by James Ritchey.
MSA S 989-3103, MdHR 4585-53  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 28.
CRAWFORD, DAVID (Marlboro).
Delivery of goods by James Ritchey.
MSA S 989-3104, MdHR 4585-54  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778?
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. to HYDE, WILLIAM, Col.
Enclosing money for Van Bibber.
MSA S 989-3105, MdHR 4585-55  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778?
*
Receipt of money for Van Bibber.
MSA S 989-3106, MdHR 4585-56  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 25.
CROCKETT, BENJAMIN.
Receipt of cash on account of Abraham Van Bibber.
MSA S 989-3107, MdHR 4585-57  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 23.
VAN BIBBER, ABRAHAM, Capt. (BC) to GOV.
Request for information on delivery of cordage.
MSA S 989-3108, MdHR 4585-57  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 23.
FORMAN, EZEKIEL (Chester) to GOV.
Purchase of cloth and manufacture of clothing.
MSA S 989-3109, MdHR 4585-58  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 21.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Intelligence on enemy troops.
MSA S 989-3110, MdHR 4585-59  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 25.
BOWLEY, DANIEL (BC) to GOV.
Transportation and stockpiling of supplies and provisions.
MSA S 989-3111, MdHR 4585-60  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jul. 7.
BAKER, FRANCIS (TA) to GOV.
Purchase of pork for the militia.
MSA S 989-3112, MdHR 4585-61  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 21.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chestertown) to GOV.
Purchase of beef and pork.
MSA S 989-3113, MdHR 4585-62  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 2.
KERN, DAVID (TA) to GOV.
Request for information about unused houses on his plantation.
MSA S 989-3114, MdHR 4585-63  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 26.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Repair of magazine; purchase of arms.
MSA S 989-3115, MdHR 4585-64  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 5.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER to JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.
Request for information on cordage shipment.
MSA S 989-3116, MdHR 4585-65  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 27.
LEMMON, ROBERT to GOV.
Request for pay for militia company.
MSA S 989-3117, MdHR 4585-66  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 19.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BC).
Account of clothing delivered to MD troops.
MSA S 989-3118, MdHR 4585-67  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 19.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BC).
Enclosing an account of clothing.
MSA S 989-3119, MdHR 4585-68  1 /6 /4 /17.

1777, Dec. 22-23.
MATTHEWS, JOHN.
Account of clothing received for Daniel Jenifer.
MSA S 989-3120, MdHR 4585-69  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 2.
MATTHEWS, JOHN.
Receipt of payment from Daniel Jenifer for clothing.
MSA S 989-3121, MdHR 4585-69  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778.
HARRIS, THOMAS (CH).
List of clothing collected.
MSA S 989-3122, MdHR 4585-70  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 22.
HARRIS, THOMAS (CH) to JENIFER, DANIEL.
Receipt of payment for collecting clothing.
MSA S 989-3123, MdHR 4585-70  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 3.
JENIFER, DANIEL, Purchaser of Clothing (CH).
Invoice of clothing delivered to Council of Safety.
MSA S 989-3124, MdHR 4585-71  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778.
MORTON, JOHN, Dep. Purchaser (CH).
Certificate of clothing purchased from inhabitants of Benedict Hundred.
MSA S 989-3125, MdHR 4585-72  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb. 2.
JENIFER, WALTER HANSON, Asst. Purchaser of Clothing (CH) to JENIFER, DANIEL.
Receipt of payment.
MSA S 989-3126, MdHR 4585-73  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Jan. 10-23.
JENIFER, WALTER HANSON, Asst. Purchaser of Clothing (CH).
Account for clothing.
MSA S 989-3127, MdHR 4585-73  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Feb.
JENIFER, DANIEL, Purchaser of Clothing (CH).
Account of clothing collected.
MSA S 989-3128, MdHR 4585-74  1 /6 /4 /17

1778, Mar. 1.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Enemy troop movements; purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-3129, MdHR 4585-75  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 11.
PRICE, THOMAS (Frederick) to GOV.
Recruitment of troops.
MSA S 989-3130, MdHR 4585-76  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 24.
VAN BIBBER, ISAAC (BC) to GOV.
Offer to purchase the "Defence" .
MSA S 989-3131, MdHR 4585-77  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 7.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick) to GOV.
Clothing distributed to the militia.
MSA S 989-3132, MdHR 4585-78  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 28.
FORMAN, EZEKIAL (Chester) to GOV.
Clothing to be delivered.
MSA S 989-3133, MdHR 4585-79  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 30.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick) to GOV.
Manufacture and purchase of tents.
MSA S 989-3134, MdHR 4585-80  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 9.
LUX, WILLIAM, Continental Agent (BC) to GOV.
Request for a vessel to transport supplies.
MSA S 989-3135, MdHR 4585-81  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 7.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Inability to supply cordage.
MSA S 989-3136, MdHR 4585-82  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 3.
LUX, WILLIAM (BA).
Progress in taking oaths of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3137, MdHR 4585-83  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 3.
LUCKETT, THOMAS to GOV.
Request not to pardon a Negro accused of murdering his father, Samuel Luckett.
MSA S 989-3138, MdHR 4585-84  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Nov. 18.
LUX, DARBY, Col. (BC) to GOV.
Request for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-3139, MdHR 4585-85  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 14.
TUCKER, SELE to BOLTON, JOHN.
Receipt for provisions.
MSA S 989-3140, MdHR 4585-86  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 15.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chestertown) to GOV.
Enclosing receipt for provisions.
MSA S 989-3141, MdHR 4585-87  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 18.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chester Town) to GOV.
Request for salt.
MSA S 989-3142, MdHR 4585-88  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Mar. 9.
BAKER, FRANCIS (TA) to GOV.
Return of provisions which are not good.
MSA S 989-3143, MdHR 4585-89  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 23.
CLAGETT, HORATIO (Piscataway) to GOV.
Acknowledgment of receipt of money to buy provisions.
MSA S 989-3144, MdHR 4585-90  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 16.
BEATTY, WILLIAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Request for money to purchase provisions.
MSA S 989-3145, MdHR 4585-91  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 15.
BEATTY, WILLIAM (HA) to GOV.
Request for money to purchase provisions.
MSA S 989-3146, MdHR 4585-92  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 11.
BEATTY, WILLIAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Payroll list for FR militia.
MSA S 989-3147, MdHR 4585-93  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 13.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Request for information on tent cloth.
MSA S 989-3148, MdHR 4585-94  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 8.
FORMAN, EZEKIEL (Chester).
Sends accounts of clothing received in KE.
MSA S 989-3149, MdHR 4585-95  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 13.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Request for money to purchase provisions.
MSA S 989-3150, MdHR 4585-96  1 /6 /4 /17.

1777. Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Appointment of Richard Grayson as collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-3151, MdHR 4585-97  1 /6 /4 /17

1778, Apr. 1.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions in CH.
MSA S 989-3152, MdHR 4585-99  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 22.
VAN BIBBER, ISAAC (BC).
Problems with recruiting crews.
MSA S 989-3153, MdHR 4585-100  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 9.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Inability to supply cordage.
MSA S 989-3154, MdHR 4585-101  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 2.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent for Puchasing Provisions (FR) to GOV.
Provisions available in FR.
MSA S 989-3155, MdHR 4585-102  1 /6 /4 /17.

1775.
CONVENTION.
Appointment of Allen Quynn as sergeant at arms.
MSA S 989-3156, MdHR 4585-103  1 /6 /4 /17.

1775.
CONVENTION.
Appointment of Robert Reynolds as doorkeeper.
MSA S 989-3157, MdHR 4585-103  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 29.
CRAWFORD, DAVID to GOV.
Enclosing sample of linen purchased.
MSA S 989-3158, MdHR 4585-104  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 10.
CLAGETT, HORATIO (Piscataway) to GOV.
Recruiting men and bounties due them.
MSA S 989-3159, MdHR 4585-105  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, Apr. 23.
CLAGETT, HORATIO, Capt. (Piscataway) to GOV.
Request for bounty payment.
MSA S 989-3160, MdHR 4585-106  1 /6 /4 /17.

1778, May. 20.
POLK, JOSIAH to GOV.
Request for discharge of James Mason.
MSA S 989-3161, MdHR 4586-01  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778.
BRIAN, DANIEL.
List of articles lost out of the "Plater" while assisting in raising the "Venus" .
MSA S 989-3162, MdHR 4586-02  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 10.
CRAYCROFT, IGNATIUS (SM) to GOV.
Shipment of rawhide.
MSA S 989-3163, MdHR 4586-03  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 14.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Request for money to pay for supplies.
MSA S 989-3164, MdHR 4586-04  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 8.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Request for money to pay for the making of clothes.
MSA S 989-3165, MdHR 4586-05  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 6.
BAKER, FRANCIS to GOV.
Shipment of provisions.
MSA S 989-3166, MdHR 4586-06  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 5.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Enclosing list of provisions purchased.
MSA S 989-3167, MdHR 4586-07  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 8.
BEATTY, WILLIAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Enclosing a list of provisions purchased.
MSA S 989-3168, MdHR 4586-08  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 8-May. 22.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent et al. (Frederick Town).
List of provisions purchased.
MSA S 989-3169, MdHR 4586-09  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 16.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to HAUN, PETER.
Certificate of purchase for pork.
MSA S 989-3170, MdHR 4586-10  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 16.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to SHROP, MATHIAS.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3171, MdHR 4586-11  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 30.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to SHEREDINE, UPTON.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3172, MdHR 4586-12  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 30.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to WAGONER, CHRISTOPHER.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3173, MdHR 4586-13  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 16.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to SHELMAN, JOHN.
Certificate of purchase of cattle.
MSA S 989-3174, MdHR 4586-14  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 22.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to LINK, ADAM.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3175, MdHR 4586-15  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 9.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to SHOVER, HENRY.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3176, MdHR 4586-16  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 5.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to CRAPS, JACOB.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3177, MdHR 4586-17  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 21.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to STULL, CHRISTOPHER.
Certificate of purchase of cattle.
MSA S 989-3178, MdHR 4586-18  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 18.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to BRUCE, NORMAN.
Certificate of purchase of cattle.
MSA S 989-3179, MdHR 4586-19  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 4.
WOOD, JOSEPH, JR., Asst. Agent (Frederick Town) to RENNER, WILLIAM.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3180, MdHR 4586-20  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 1.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to FRANKLIN, THOMAS.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3181, MdHR 4586-21  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 2.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to GLOSS, GEORGE.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3182, MdHR 4586-22  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 8.
WOOD, JOSEPH, JR., Asst. Agent (Frederick Town) to BUZZARD, DANIEL.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3183, MdHR 4586-23  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 22.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Enclosing a return of provisions.
MSA S 989-3184, MdHR 4586-24  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 8.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to HOFFARD, CHRISTIAN.
Certificate of purchase of a steer.
MSA S 989-3185, MdHR 4586-25  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 9.
WOOD, JOSEPH, JR., Asst. Agent (Frederick Town) to FUNDEBURG, WALTER.
Certificate of purchase of steers.
MSA S 989-3186, MdHR 4586-26  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 8.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to MADEN, VALENTINE.
Certificate of purchase of steers.
MSA S 989-3187, MdHR 4586-27  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 5.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to STANSBURY, EZEKIEL.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3188, MdHR 4586-28  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 5.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to FRITCH, ELIZABETH.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3189, MdHR 4586-29  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 11.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to RUSSELL, JOSIAH.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3190, MdHR 4586-30  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 10.
BEATTY, HENRY, Asst. Agent (Frederick Town) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3191, MdHR 4586-31  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 21.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to RAMSBERG, JACOB.
Certificate of purchase of a cow.
MSA S 989-3192, MdHR 4586-32  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 30.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to WARFIELD, CHARLES.
Certificate of purchase of bacon.
MSA S 989-3193, MdHR 4586-33  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 14.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to GATRIL, RICHARD.
Certificate of purchase of a steer.
MSA S 989-3194, MdHR 4586-34  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 4.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Agent (Frederick Town) to MILLER, JACOB.
Certificate of purchase of cattle.
MSA S 989-3195, MdHR 4586-35  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778.
BROOKE, HENRY, Asst. Purchaser.
Account of clothing purchased for MD.
MSA S 989-3196, MdHR 4586-36  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778.
MAGRUDER, ALEXANDER, Asst. Purchaser of Clothing (Prince Frederick Hundred).
Account of clothing purchased.
MSA S 989-3197, MdHR 4586-37  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Mar. 11.
CLAGETT, WILLIAM, Dr.
Account of clothing purchased.
MSA S 989-3198, MdHR 4586-38  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778.
BOWIE, ROBERT, Agent (PG).
Account of clothing purchased.
MSA S 989-3199, MdHR 4586-39  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Mar. 15.
WILLIAMS, THOMAS, Agent.
Account of clothing purchased.
MSA S 989-3200, MdHR 4586-40  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778.
LOWE, MICHAEL, Asst. Purchaser (PG).
Account of clothing purchased.
MSA S 989-3201, MdHR 4586-41  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 1.
CRAWFORD, DAVID, Purchaser (PG).
Account of clothing purchased.
MSA S 989-3202, MdHR 4586-42  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 1.
CRAWFORD, DAVID, Purchaser (PG).
List of goods received and sent to AN.
MSA S 989-3203, MdHR 4586-43  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 9.
TILTON, JAMES (Nottingham) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (CA).
Request for medical discharge of two men.
MSA S 989-3204, MdHR 4586-44  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 7.
CLARKE, PETER (AN) to GOV.
Theft of money by an officer.
MSA S 989-3205, MdHR 4586-45  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 14.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM to GOV.
Enclosing transcript of murder trial of Negro Joe.
MSA S 989-3206, MdHR 4586-46  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 2.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (Piscataway) to GOV.
Shipment of provisions to Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-3207, MdHR 4586-47  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 17.
POLK, JOSIAH (SO) to GOV.
Conditions in SO; enemy troop and fleet movements.
MSA S 989-3208, MdHR 4586-48  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 20.
PARKER, EDWARD, Col. (CE) to GOV.
Militia is ready; request instructions on payroll forms.
MSA S 989-3209, MdHR 4586-49  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 1.
FORMAN, EZEKIEL (Chester) to GOV.
Progress of clothing manufacture.
MSA S 989-3210, MdHR 4586-50  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 23.
POTTER, NATHANIEL, Agent (CA).
Account of purchases.
MSA S 989-3211, MdHR 4586-51  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 2.
POTTER, NATHANIEL, Agent (CA).
Account for provisions at Potter's Landing.
MSA S 989-3212, MdHR 4586-52  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 2.
POTTER, NATHANIEL, Agent (CA).
Account of provisions at Lt. William Whiteley's.
MSA S 989-3213, MdHR 4586-52  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Apr. 16-May. 21.
POTTER, NATHANIEL, Agent (CA).
List of provisions purchased in CA.
MSA S 989-3214, MdHR 4586-53  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 2.
POTTER, NATHANIEL, Agent (CA) to GOV.
Account of provisions purchased.
MSA S 989-3215, MdHR 4586-54  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 5.
LUX & BOWLEY (BC) to GOV.
Offer to sell imported hats.
MSA S 989-3216, MdHR 4586-55  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jun. 2.
CLAGETT, HORATIO (Piscataway) to GOV.
Request for more money to pay militia bounty.
MSA S 989-3217, MdHR 4586-56  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jul. 31.
PURNELL, BENJAMIN (WO) to GOV.
Payment by Joseph Dashiell for substitutes.
MSA S 989-3218, MdHR 4586-57  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jul. 9.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg).
Account for cordage.
MSA S 989-3219, MdHR 4586-58  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jul. 22.
LINTHORN, THOMAS et al. ("Conqueror" ) to GOV.
Memorial requesting release from confined quarters by British naval officer prisoners.
MSA S 989-3220, MdHR 4586-59  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Jul. 28.
BOND, WILLIAM (HA).
Purchase of cattle; request for funds: See 4586/62.
MSA S 989-3221, MdHR 4586-60  1 /6 /4 /18

1778, Jul. 1.
BROOKE, JOHN SMITH (Marlboro) to GOV.
Bacon delivery.
MSA S 989-3222, MdHR 4586-61  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Sep. 16.
AVERY, JOHN, Sec. (MA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation for permission for the "Susanna" to sail from BC.
MSA S 989-3223, MdHR 4586-63  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Aug. 25.
PEMBERTON, JOSEPH to COUNCIL.
Request to dispose of useless gun barrels.
MSA S 989-3224, MdHR 4586-64  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, May. 8.
VAN BIBBER, ABRAHAM (BC) to GOV.
Argument for not putting the "Molly" under quarantine.
MSA S 989-3225, MdHR 4586-65  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Aug. 21.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick Town).
Request for money to pay for militia clothing.
MSA S 989-3226, MdHR 4586-66  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Aug. 31.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Offer of position as a purchasing agent.
MSA S 989-3227, MdHR 4586-67  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Aug. 21.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of munitions and supplies.
MSA S 989-3228, MdHR 4586-68  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Aug. 8.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL; PURVIANCE, ROBERT (BC) to GOV.
Difficulty in transporting provisions by ship.
MSA S 989-3229, MdHR 4586-69  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Aug. 29.
BEATTY, WILLIAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Requests permission to impress wagons to carry whiskey for the troops.
MSA S 989-3230, MdHR 4586-70  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Sep. 12.
HILL, JOSEPH, Comdr. ("Mercury" ) to GOV.
Petition pertaining to flour on board the "Mercury" .
MSA S 989-3231, MdHR 4586-71  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Sep. 8.
PECKHAM, JOHN, Lt. to GOV.
Resignation of commission.
MSA S 989-3232, MdHR 4586-72  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Oct. 24.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM, Comsy Gen. Purchases (BC) to GOV.
Cargo of bread and wheat on ship bound for Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-3233, MdHR 4586-73  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Sep. 9.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM (Alexandria) to GOV.
Request for wheat to supply the French fleet.
MSA S 989-3234, MdHR 4586-74  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Oct. 24.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of blankets.
MSA S 989-3235, MdHR 4586-75  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Oct. 3.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chester Town) to GOV.
Shipment of lard and tallow to BC.
MSA S 989-3236, MdHR 4586-76  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Oct. 16.
LUX, DARBY, Col. (BC) to GOV.
Requests militia pay for Capt. Job Garretson.
MSA S 989-3237, MdHR 4586-77  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Oct. 28.
JACKSON, THOMAS, Capt. to GOV.
Petition to transport provisions through the embargo to RI.
MSA S 989-3238, MdHR 4586-78  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Oct. 27.
LONG, ROBERT (BC) to ALEXANDER, MARK.
Request for a pass to NY.
MSA S 989-3239, MdHR 4586-79  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Oct. 7.
LONG, ROBERT (BC) to GOV.
Requests permission to leave province for Ireland.
MSA S 989-3240, MdHR 4586-80  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Nov. 28.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chester Town) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3241, MdHR 4586-81  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Dec. 8.
LLOYD, RICHARD BENNETT (Paris).
Enclosing newspaper with a speech of the King of England.
MSA S 989-3242, MdHR 4586-82  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Dec.
REASER, JACOB to GOV.
Request for military exemption.
MSA S 989-3243, MdHR 4586-83  1 /6 /4 /18

1778, Dec. 14.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chester Town) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3244, MdHR 4586-84  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Dec. 8.
BAKER, FRANCIS (TA) to GOV.
Transportation of provisions.
MSA S 989-3245, MdHR 4586-85  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Dec. 16.
BAKER, FRANCIS (Emerson's Warehouse) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3246, MdHR 4586-86  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Dec. 19.
BAKER, FRANCIS (Shipton Hill) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3247, MdHR 4586-87  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Dec. 23.
BAKER, FRANCIS (Shipton Hill).
Purchase of provisions; request for money.
MSA S 989-3248, MdHR 4586-88  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Dec. 24.
BUCHANAN, ROBERT, Asst. Comsy. Purchases (BC) to GOV.
Requests bread for army.
MSA S 989-3249, MdHR 4586-89  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Feb. 1.
BRICE, JACOB, Capt. (Herring Bay) to GOV.
Requests permission to recover money overpaid to men discharged because of illness.
MSA S 989-3250, MdHR 4586-90  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Feb. 19.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Pertaining to account of military stores in BC.
MSA S 989-3251, MdHR 4586-91  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Mar. 20.
BRUFF, JOSEPH (TA Court House) to GOV.
Lack of additional clothing for the militia.
MSA S 989-3252, MdHR 4586-92  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Mar. 31.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Repair of military supplies.
MSA S 989-3253, MdHR 4586-93  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Apr. 16.
KILLEN, WILLIAM (Dover) to JUSTICES OF THE GENERAL COURT.
Criminal record of George Mann.
MSA S 989-3254, MdHR 4586-94  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, May.
KEEPORTS, JACOB to GOV.
Provisions received from the "General Smallwood"; need for guns.
MSA S 989-3255, MdHR 4586-95  1 /6 /4 /18

1779, May. 27.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Delivery of arms; manufacturing of cartridge boxes.
MSA S 989-3256, MdHR 4586-96  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Jun. 10.
BUCHANAN, ROBERT (BC) to GOV.
Request for money to purchase flour.
MSA S 989-3257, MdHR 4586-97  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Jun. 12.
BRUCE, WILLIAM (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Request for money for recruitment in SM.
MSA S 989-3258, MdHR 4586-98  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Jun. 18.
BAILEY, JOHN, Capt. to GOV.
Recruitment of an indentured servant.
MSA S 989-3259, MdHR 4586-99  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Jun. 17.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Concerning payment for tent poles.
MSA S 989-3260, MdHR 4586-100  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Jul. 7.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Deterioration of pork; Maj. Smith's refusal to feed it to his troops.
MSA S 989-3261, MdHR 4586-101  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Jul. 22.
MCPHERSON, SAMUEL, Lt.; BRUCE, WILLIAM, Lt. (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Requests money for recruitment.
MSA S 989-3262, MdHR 4586-102  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Aug. 9.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Request for permission for son Francis to go to NY.
MSA S 989-3263, MdHR 4586-103  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Aug. 17.
POTTER, NATHANIEL to GOV.
Correction of pork prices in previous account.
MSA S 989-3264, MdHR 4586-104  1 /6 /4 /18.

1777, Sep. 8.
LONG, ROBERT to GOV.
Request for money.
MSA S 989-3265, MdHR 4586-105  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Sep. 8.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE, Capt. (BC) to GOV.
Request for cannon and other munitions.
MSA S 989-3266, MdHR 4586-106  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Sep. 13.
LLOYD, JAMES (KE) to GOV.
Recommendation of Edward Wright for service in Henry Hollingsworth's department.
MSA S 989-3267, MdHR 4586-107  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Apr. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE; HOLLINGSWORTH, THOMAS.
Certification of purchase of salt from Capt. Joseph Robinson.
MSA S 989-3268, MdHR 4586-108  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Sep. 16.
DAFFIN, GEORGE, Dist. Naval Officer (BC).
Certification of salt delivery by the "Retrieve" .
MSA S 989-3269, MdHR 4586-108  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Sep. 16.
ROBINSON, JOSEPH (BA).
Oath as importer and owner of a salt shipment.
MSA S 989-3270, MdHR 4586-108  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Sep. 17.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Request for port clearance to export corn to Bermuda; enclosing samples of linen for clothing.
MSA S 989-3271, MdHR 4586-109  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Sep. 22.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Request for port clearance.
MSA S 989-3272, MdHR 4586-110  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Oct. 2.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE, Capt. (BC) to RANDALL, JOHN (BC).
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-3273, MdHR 4586-111  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Oct. 12.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE, Capt. (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions; recruiting for Fort Whetstone.
MSA S 989-3274, MdHR 4586-112  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Oct. 26.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE, Capt. (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions; increase in prices.
MSA S 989-3275, MdHR 4586-113  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Oct. 26.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Account for stockings and hats.
MSA S 989-3276, MdHR 4586-114  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Nov. 15.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Request for money and instructions for purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3277, MdHR 4586-115  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Dec. 15.
DORSEY, JOHN; HAMMOND, WILLIAM (BC).
Price quotations for supplies.
MSA S 989-3278, MdHR 4586-116  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Dec. 15.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Enclosing inventory of purchases by Col. John Dorsey and Col. William Hammond.
MSA S 989-3279, MdHR 4586-118  1 /6 /4 /18.

1779, Dec. 11.
*
Inventory of goods purchased.
MSA S 989-3280, MdHR 4586-119  1 /6 /4 /18.

1778, Feb. 23.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN (Joppa) to GOV.
Lack of discipline in militia.
MSA S 989-3281, MdHR 4587-01  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jan. 20.
JOHNSON, THOMAS (BC) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Lack of money to purchase provisions; orders for the "Lydia" to sail.
MSA S 989-3282, MdHR 4587-02  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Oct. 28.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Request for permission to load flour on a schooner.
MSA S 989-3283, MdHR 4587-03  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jun. 1.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing depositions concerning the "Dolphin" .
MSA S 989-3284, MdHR 4587-04  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 2.
AUSTIN, JOHN.
Deposition pertaining to damage done to property of William Smith by crew of the "Dolphin" .
MSA S 989-3285, MdHR 4587-05  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778.
*
Inventory of supplies on the "General Smallwood" .
MSA S 989-3286, MdHR 4587-06  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778.
TOOTELL, JAMES et al. (AA).
Oaths of allegiance.
MSA S 989-3287, MdHR 4587-08A-E  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jun. 20.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Act pertaining to price regulation of provisions purchased for the U.S.
MSA S 989-3288, MdHR 4587-09  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Mar. 11.
BAILEY, MOUNTJOY (Fredericktown) to GOV.
Requests permission to purchase cloth.
MSA S 989-3289, MdHR 4587-10  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 7.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM (Commissary's Office).
Reorganization in commissary's office; shipment of salt.
MSA S 989-3290, MdHR 4587-11  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Feb. 9.
BARNES, RICHARD to HEBB, VERNON (SM).
Lack of information about enemy frigates.
MSA S 989-3291, MdHR 4587-12  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Feb. 9.
HEBB, VERNON (SM) to BARNES, RICHARD, Col.
Request of information pertaining to enemy frigates.
MSA S 989-3292, MdHR 4587-12  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Feb. 10.
BARNES, RICHARD (Leonardtown) to GOV.
Engagement with the enemy; poor condition of guns.
MSA S 989-3293, MdHR 4587-13  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Feb. 10.
HEBB, VERNON to BARNES, RICHARD, Col. (Leonardtown).
Capture of Capt. Fenwick by the enemy.
MSA S 989-3294, MdHR 4587-14  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Feb. 9.
GIDOIN, JOHN LEWIS ("Richmond," St. Mary's River) to HEBB, VERNON, Col. (SM).
Exchange of prisoners.
MSA S 989-3295, MdHR 4587-15  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Feb. 9.
GIDOIN, JOHN LEWIS, Capt. ("Richmond" ).
Proclamation promising not to land men in SM.
MSA S 989-3296, MdHR 4587-16  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778.
MARTIN, LUTHER (BA) to GOV.
Request for appointment as attorney general.
MSA S 989-3297, MdHR 4587-17  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Mar. 2.
MARTIN, LUTHER to GOV.
Acceptance of the commission as attorney general.
MSA S 989-3298, MdHR 4587-18  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jun. 4.
GALLOWAY, BENJAMIN (Hawthorn Ridge) to BRICE, JAMES (AN).
Request for release of Thomas Hilliard from the army.
MSA S 989-3299, MdHR 4587-19  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 15.
DASHIELL, GEORGE; DASHIELL, JOSEPH.
Account of cloth.
MSA S 989-3300, MdHR 4587-20  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Mar. 9.
*
Account of goods sent by James Ritchey.
MSA S 989-3301, MdHR 4587-21  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Mar. 17.
CRAWFORD, DAVID to GOV.
Delivery of goods.
MSA S 989-3302, MdHR 4587-22  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Mar. 14.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Delivery of clothing; request for militia rosters.
MSA S 989-3303, MdHR 4587-23  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jul. 1.
SEON, THOMAS (Philadelphia).
Oath of allegiance.
MSA S 989-3304, MdHR 4587-24  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jun. 29.
HALL, JOSEPH (BA) to GOV.
Order for shoes and linen.
MSA S 989-3305, MdHR 4587-25  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Mar. 15.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. (BA) to GOV.
Sailing of the "Dolphin" to AN.
MSA S 989-3306, MdHR 4587-26  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jan. 21.
NICHOLSON, JAMES ("Virginia," Point Comfort) to GOV.
Detaining of the "Defence's" tender.
MSA S 989-3307, MdHR 4587-27  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Oct. 2.
AYLETT, WILLIAM (Williamsburg) to GOV.
Pertaining to a captured vessel.
MSA S 989-3308, MdHR 4587-28  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Feb. 29.
GUNBY, JOHN, Capt. (SO) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Request for money to purchase muskets, fifes, and drums.
MSA S 989-3309, MdHR 4587-29  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 13.
CARSON, RICHARD (BA) to GOV.
Letter informing Congress that James Goddard is not an acquaintance.
MSA S 989-3310, MdHR 4587-30  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 19.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to GOV.
Shipment of pork and lead.
MSA S 989-3311, MdHR 4587-31  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 15.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to STATE.
Account for provisions and supplies purchased.
MSA S 989-3312, MdHR 4587-32  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 15.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to STATE.
Account for provisions purchased.
MSA S 989-3313, MdHR 4587-33  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 8.
BROWN, WILLIAM (QA) to THOMPSON, JOHN.
Receipt for two steers.
MSA S 989-3314, MdHR 4587-34  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 29.
BROWN, WILLIAM (QA) to RINGGOLD, WILLIAM.
Receipt for two steers.
MSA S 989-3315, MdHR 4587-35  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 8.
BROWN, WILLIAM to LONEY, JONATHAN.
Receipt for one steer.
MSA S 989-3316, MdHR 4587-36  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 8.
BROWN, WILLIAM to HOLLIDAY, JAMES.
Receipt for steers.
MSA S 989-3317, MdHR 4587-37  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 2.
BROWN, WILLIAM to FORMAN, EZEKIEL.
Receipt for a steer.
MSA S 989-3318, MdHR 4587-38  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 2.
BROWN, WILLIAM to ROCHESTER, FRANCES.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3319, MdHR 4587-39  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr.
BROWN, NATHANIEL (QA) to PACA, WILLIAM.
Receipt for a steer.
MSA S 989-3320, MdHR 4587-40  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, Apr.
BROWN, NATHANIEL (QA) to BORDLEY, JOHN B.
Receipt for a cow.
MSA S 989-3321, MdHR 4587-41  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, Apr.
RICH, PETER (QA) to YOE, ANNA.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3322, MdHR 4587-42  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, Apr.
RICH, PETER (QA) to ROSS, JOHN.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3323, MdHR 4587-43  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, Apr.
RICH, PETER (QA) to REED, RACHEL.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3324, MdHR 4587-44  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, May. 8.
BROWN, WILLIAM (QA) to SPROGAL, LODWICK.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3325, MdHR 4587-45  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr.
RICH, PETER (QA) to PRATT, HENRY.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3326, MdHR 4587-46  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, Apr.
RICH, PETER to HARGADINE, JOHN.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3327, MdHR 4587-47  1 /6 /4 /19

1778.
DOWNES, CHARLES, Agent (QA) to STATE.
Account for cattle and bacon.
MSA S 989-3328, MdHR 4587-48  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 8.
DOWNES, CHARLES, Agent (QA) to STATE.
Account for cattle and bacon.
MSA S 989-3329, MdHR 4587-49  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Mar.
DOWNES, CHARLES, Agent (QA) to MCCORMICK, DENNIS.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3330, MdHR 4587-50  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, Mar.
DOWNES, CHARLES, Agent (QA) to CARMICHAEL, RUTH.
Receipt for a bull.
MSA S 989-3331, MdHR 4587-50  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, Apr. 18.
SCRIVINER, ISAAC (QA) to BROWNE, ROBERT.
Receipt for steers.
MSA S 989-3332, MdHR 4587-50  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 29.
BROWN, WILLIAM (QA) to RINGGOLD, WILLIAM.
Receipt for steers.
MSA S 989-3333, MdHR 4587-50  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 23.
DOWNES, CHARLES, Agent (QA) to HEATHERS, EDWARD.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3334, MdHR 4587-50  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 29.
RICH, PETER to ROSS, JOHN.
Receipt for bacon.
MSA S 989-3335, MdHR 4587-50  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 29.
DOWNES, CHARLES, Agent (QA) to GOV.
Enclosing accounts and receipt for purchases of cattle and bacon.
MSA S 989-3336, MdHR 4587-51  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jan. 31.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Concerning purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3337, MdHR 4587-52  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jan. 26.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chestertown) to GOV.
Purchase and transportation of salt; request for money and instructions for purchase of beef and bacon.
MSA S 989-3338, MdHR 4587-53  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Sep. 27.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to GOV.
Distribution of pork; enclosing accounts.
MSA S 989-3339, MdHR 4587-54  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Sep. 27.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH.
Invoice for a shipment of provisions.
MSA S 989-3340, MdHR 4587-55  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jul. 13.
DOWNES, CHARLES (Chester Mill) to LLOYD, EDWARD (AN).
Offer to continue in position as purchasing agent.
MSA S 989-3341, MdHR 4587-56  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jun. 25.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (Piscataway) to GOV.
Purchase of bacon and beef for the army.
MSA S 989-3342, MdHR 4587-57  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jun. 18.
DAWSON, THOMAS (TA) to GOV.
Transport of provisions.
MSA S 989-3343, MdHR 4587-58  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Sep. 8.
HANSON, WALTER, JR. to GOV.
Explanation for not marching to camp.
MSA S 989-3344, MdHR 4587-59  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Mar. 31.
NICHOLSON, JOSEPH to HINDMAN, JAMES (AN).
Order for purchase of Jesuit's bark.
MSA S 989-3345, MdHR 4587-60  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 9.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions for the army in CV.
MSA S 989-3346, MdHR 4587-61  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 1.
STEWART, JOHN (SO).
Account for bacon and pork purchased in SO.
MSA S 989-3347, MdHR 4587-62  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778.
STEVENS, EPHRAIM; WOOLFORD, LEVIN.
Account for the purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3348, MdHR 4587-63  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 15.
SULLIVAN, JAMES (Cambridge) to GOV.
Enclosing accounts for bacon.
MSA S 989-3349, MdHR 4587-64  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 5.
HANSON, JOHN.
Account for purchase of bacon and pork: See 4587/64.
MSA S 989-3350, MdHR 4587-65  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, Apr. 23.
SULLIVAN, JAMES (DO) to GOV.
Scarcity of beef and pork; requests money and instructions for the distribution of provisions.
MSA S 989-3351, MdHR 4587-66  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 23.
SULLIVAN, JAMES (DO).
Account for the purchase of pork, bacon, and cattle.
MSA S 989-3352, MdHR 4587-67  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 12.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions for troops in CV.
MSA S 989-3353, MdHR 4587-68  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 12.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM, Agent (CV).
Account for the provisions purchased for the army in CV; See 4587/68.
MSA S 989-3354, MdHR 4587-69  1 /6 /4 /19

1778, May. 10.
STEVENS, ROBERTSON (Cambridge) to GOV.
Request for removal of goods from Cambridge.
MSA S 989-3355, MdHR 4587-70  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 27.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to MCCALLUM, ALEXANDER.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3356, MdHR 4587-71  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 28.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to ROBINSON, JOHN.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3357, MdHR 4587-72  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 28.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to COWARD, JOHN.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3358, MdHR 4587-73  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 30.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to HARDING JOSEPH.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3359, MdHR 4587-74  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 30.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to FRANTOM, JOSEPH.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3360, MdHR 4587-75  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Apr. 30.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent. (TA) to BURGESS, ALLEN.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3361, MdHR 4587-76  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 2.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to STEVENS, THOMAS.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3362, MdHR 4587-77  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 2.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to DICKINSON, SAMUEL.
Receipt for pork for the army.
MSA S 989-3363, MdHR 4587-78  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 2.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to ROBINSON, SOLOMON.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3364, MdHR 4587-79  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 2.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent. (TA) to MARTIN, THOMAS, JR.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3365, MdHR 4587-80  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 4.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to ROBERTS, BENJAMIN.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3366, MdHR 4587-81  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 4.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to RAY, THOMAS.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3367, MdHR 4587-82  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 6.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to MERCHANT, JOHN.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3368, MdHR 4587-83  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 6.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to CATROP, LAMBERT.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3369, MdHR 4587-84  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 13.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to TRIPPE, ELIZABETH.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3370, MdHR 4587-85  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 15.
DAWSON, THOMAS, Asst. Agent (TA) to REGISTER, SAMUEL.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3371, MdHR 4587-86  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 18.
SHARP, SAMUEL, Agent (TA).
Account for provisions purchased by Thomas Dawson in TA.
MSA S 989-3372, MdHR 4587-87  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 20.
SHARP, SAMUEL, Agent (TA) to GOV.
Enclosing an account.
MSA S 989-3373, MdHR 4587-88  1 /6 /4 /19.

1777, Dec. 31.
BERRYMAN, JOHN, gunner (AN).
Account of gunners stores belonging to the "Defence" .
MSA S 989-3374, MdHR 4587-89  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jul. 30.
SMITH, PATRICK SIMS (CV) to GOV.
Purchase and removal of provisions.
MSA S 989-3375, MdHR 4587-90  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jul. 28.
SULLIVAN, JAMES (DO).
Request that account for provisions purchased for the army be settled.
MSA S 989-3376, MdHR 4587-91  1 /6 /4 /19.

1777.
GRAYSON, JOSEPH.
Account of spare sails belonging to the "Defence".
MSA S 989-3377, MdHR 4587-92  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jul. 16.
SHARP, SAMUEL (TA) to GOV.
Purchase and shipment of provisions in TA.
MSA S 989-3378, MdHR 4587-93  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jul. 14.
SHARP, SAMUEL (TA).
Account for provisions purchased in TA for the army.
MSA S 989-3379, MdHR 4587-94  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jun. 17.
SULLIVAN, JAMES, Agent (New Market) to GOV.
Purchase of bacon and pork.
MSA S 989-3380, MdHR 4587-95  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, Jun. 12.
SULLIVAN, JAMES, Agent (New Market).
Request for instructions for distribution of cattle.
MSA S 989-3381, MdHR 4587-96  1 /6 /4 /19.

1778, May. 23.
SULLIVAN, JAMES (New Market) to GOV.
Request for money for purchase and distribution of provisions.
MSA S 989-3382, MdHR 4588-01  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 23.
SULLIVAN, JAMES, Agent (DO).
Account for provisions purchased in DO for the army.
MSA S 989-3383, MdHR 4588-02  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 18.
SULLIVAN, JAMES, Agent (DO) to FORMAN, THOMAS.
Receipt for bacon for the army.
MSA S 989-3384, MdHR 4588-02  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jan. 12.
FORMAN, EZEKIEL to GOV.
Request for money to purchase clothing.
MSA S 989-3385, MdHR 4588-03  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 24.
RANDALL, JOHN (Camp near Fishkill).
Request for cloth, shoes, and stockings.
MSA S 989-3386, MdHR 4588-04  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 9.
TOLLERS, THOMAS (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Transportation of flour and bread by Bermudian vessels.
MSA S 989-3387, MdHR 4588-05  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 2.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to JENINGS, WILLIAM (AN).
Offer to sell tobacco.
MSA S 989-3388, MdHR 4588-06  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Aug. 2.
SHRYOCK, HENRY (Hagerstown) to CALHOUN, JAMES (BA).
Forwarding of accounts for purchases; request for a warrant to impress horses.
MSA S 989-3389, MdHR 4588-07  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Nov. 2.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Pertaining to militia at Fort Whetstone.
MSA S 989-3390, MdHR 4588-08  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Nov. 11.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. (BA).
Requests instructions pertaining to sale of iron and purchase of wood.
MSA S 989-3391, MdHR 4588-09  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Mar. 7.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Delivery of guns and swivels.
MSA S 989-3392, MdHR 4588-10  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 8.
STULL, JOHN to GOV.
Request for payment; information pertaining to Indian raids on Ohio River.
MSA S 989-3393, MdHR 4588-11  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 17.
SMITH, ISAAC; SMITH, THOROWGOOD (Accomack) to GOV.
Arrival of schooner carrying raisins and figs in Matompkin.
MSA S 989-3394, MdHR 4588-12  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 4.
STEVENS, ROBERTSON (Cambridge) to GOV.
Request for instructions regarding payment of sundry officers.
MSA S 989-3395, MdHR 4588-13  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 21.
STEWART, JOHN (SO).
Request to purchase goods on board the "Defence" .
MSA S 989-3396, MdHR 4588-14  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 20.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (St. John) to STEWARD, JOHN, Maj.
Request that Joseph Winterson be discharged.
MSA S 989-3397, MdHR 4588-15  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 29.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Request for money to purchase tobacco.
MSA S 989-3398, MdHR 4588-16  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jan. 29.
STEVENS, ROBERTSON (Cambridge) to GOV.
Offer to receive shoes, stockings, and clothing from inhabitants for use of the army.
MSA S 989-3399, MdHR 4588-17  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jan. 25.
SMOOT, JOHN to GOV.
Recommendation of John Brooke as recruiting officer.
MSA S 989-3400, MdHR 4588-18  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jan. 19.
SCOTT, JOHN (Chestertown).
Request for return of stolen saltpeter.
MSA S 989-3401, MdHR 4588-19  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jan. 7.
STULL, JOHN.
Request for payment for provisions.
MSA S 989-3402, MdHR 4588-20  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Nov. 23.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Request to allow Capt. Jackson of RI to purchase flour or grain.
MSA S 989-3403, MdHR 4588-21  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jan. 5.
JONES, THOMAS.
Request to allow Mrs. Daniel Chamier to see Gen. Washington in order to obtain a passport.
MSA S 989-3404, MdHR 4588-22  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Oct. 30.
JACOB, WILLIAM (BC) to GOV.
Recommendation of John Ross as register of wills.
MSA S 989-3405, MdHR 4588-23  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 11.
JOHNSON, JOSHUA to GOV.
Attempts to obtain loan from France, Spain, or Holland.
MSA S 989-3406, MdHR 4588-24  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Mar. 3.
RUMSEY, CHARLES (CE) to GOV.
Request for commissions for officers in the militia.
MSA S 989-3407, MdHR 4588-25  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jun. 9.
REASER, JACOB (Fredericktown) to GOV.
Offer to make musket barrels and muskets.
MSA S 989-3408, MdHR 4588-26  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 21.
RUMSEY, CHARLES, Lt. (CE).
Request for copy of roster of CE battalions.
MSA S 989-3409, MdHR 4588-27  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jan. 23.
STEWART, STEPHEN to GOV.
Deteriorating condition of the "Dolphin" ; recommendation that a superintendent of sailing vessels be appointed.
MSA S 989-3410, MdHR 4588-28  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 6.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA).
Sale of a galley.
MSA S 989-3411, MdHR 4588-29  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 2.
CARLYLE, JOHN (Alexandria) to GOV.
Pertaining to counterfeit currency.
MSA S 989-3412, MdHR 4588-30  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Aug. 27.
CARSON, RICHARD (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-3413, MdHR 4588-31  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jun. 9.
COURSEY, THOMAS, Capt. to GOV.
Request for clothing and whiskey for recruiting purposes.
MSA S 989-3414, MdHR 4588-32  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 23.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Request that reimbursement be given to the owner of a Negro confined in SO jail.
MSA S 989-3415, MdHR 4588-33  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jul.
COURSEY, THOMAS (Wye River).
Arrival in AN of Comdre. Grayson.
MSA S 989-3416, MdHR 4588-34  1 /6 /4 /20

1778, Apr. 2.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Request that Mr. Young's account be settled.
MSA S 989-3417, MdHR 4588-35  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 1.
CHALMERS, JOHN (Cambridge) to GOV.
Capture of deserters and enlistment of recruits in the 2nd MD Regt.
MSA S 989-3418, MdHR 4588-36  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Feb. 7.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Capture of deserters.
MSA S 989-3419, MdHR 4588-37  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Feb. 1.
CHALMERS, JOHN (Cambridge) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Requests permission to enlist three prisoners.
MSA S 989-3420, MdHR 4588-38  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jan. 30.
CHALMERS, JOHN (Cambridge).
Request for clothing for recruits.
MSA S 989-3421, MdHR 4588-39  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 30.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Request for money for recruiting; movement of troops to CE.
MSA S 989-3422, MdHR 4588-40  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 23.
DAVID, JOHN, Capt. (Lower Marlboro) to GOV.
Apology for misconduct and request to remain in service; commission of Lt. Lefraney of the "Conqueror" .
MSA S 989-3423, MdHR 4588-41  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 22.
SOMERVILLE, GEORGE, (BA) to GOV.
Request to be released from bond and to be allowed to leave the county.
MSA S 989-3424, MdHR 4588-42  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Mar. 8.
SHARPE, C. (St. Albans) to MACE, Lt. (St. Albans).
Provisions and money for British prisoners; movement of American ships.
MSA S 989-3425, MdHR 4588-43  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778.
CALHOUN, JAMES.
Behavior of George Somerville since confinement.
MSA S 989-3426, MdHR 4588-44  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Aug. 14.
SOMERVILLE, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Request to be released from bond.
MSA S 989-3427, MdHR 4588-44  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Oct. 16.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. (BA) to GOV.
Arrest of Capt. William Sampson, commander of the "Revenge" .
MSA S 989-3428, MdHR 4588-45  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Aug. 18.
COUNCIL OF MASSACHUSETTS BAY.
Copy of recommendation that the "Salisbury" be allowed to load a cargo of flour and grain in Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-3429, MdHR 4588-46  1 /6 /4 /20.

1777, Sep. 8.
MATTHEWS, BENNETT (North Point) to GOV.
Enemy vessels in Chester Channel.
MSA S 989-3430, MdHR 4588-47  1 /6 /4 /20.

1777, Oct. 10.
MACDOUGAL, DUNCAN (WA) to GOV.
Request for money to purchase necessities for prisoners.
MSA S 989-3431, MdHR 4588-48  1 /6 /4 /20.

1777, Dec. 19.
SOMERVILLE, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Request for release from prison until law pertaining to Loyalists is encated.
MSA S 989-3432, MdHR 4588-49  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Oct. 24.
STAINTON, BENSON to GOV.
Treatment of civilians by the military.
MSA S 989-3433, MdHR 4588-50  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 2.
WEST, JOHN (CA).
Deposition pertaining to qualification and enlistment of Isaac Thomas in Col. William Haslett's Regulars.
MSA S 989-3434, MdHR 4588-51  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 2.
MATTHEWS, CLOUDSBERY (CA).
Deposition pertaining to purchase of a substitute.
MSA S 989-3435, MdHR 4588-51  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 6.
RAKES, JAMES (CA).
Oath of allegiance.
MSA S 989-3436, MdHR 4588-52  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 6.
RAKES, JAMES.
Enlistment of James Rakes in Col. William Haslett's Comp.
MSA S 989-3437, MdHR 4588-52  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Oct.
WHITELEY, WILLIAM.
Certification that Isaac Thomas was listed among names of recruits of Col. Haslett.
MSA S 989-3438, MdHR 4588-53  1 /6 /4 /20

1778, May. 20.
MERRICK, ISAAC (CA) to HASLETT, WILLIAM.
Promissory note for payment of a substitute.
MSA S 989-3439, MdHR 4588-54  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 20.
HASLETT, WILLIAM, Col. (CA).
Certification that Isaac Merrick has furnished a substitute.
MSA S 989-3440, MdHR 4588-54  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 20.
HASLETT, WILLIAM, Col. to MATTHEWS, CLOUDSBERY.
Account for money due.
MSA S 989-3441, MdHR 4588-55  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 20.
HASLETT, WILLIAM, Col.
Certification of Cloudsbery Matthews's discharge.
MSA S 989-3442, MdHR 4588-56  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Sep. 22.
MASON, HENRY (CA).
Deposition pertaining to hiring a substitute.
MSA S 989-3443, MdHR 4588-57  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 9.
JACQUES, DENTON (Fort Frederick) to GOV.
Request for compensation for damages done by the military.
MSA S 989-3444, MdHR 4588-58  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 1.
JOHNSON, THOMAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Need to impress transport wagons.
MSA S 989-3445, MdHR 4588-59  1 /6 /4 /20.

1777, Aug. 31.
RUMSEY, CHARLES (Susquehanna Ferry).
Location and strength of enemy troops; interrogation of British deserters.
MSA S 989-3446, MdHR 4588-60  1 /6 /4 /20.

1777, Aug. 31.
MILLER, SAMUEL, Capt. (Headquarters).
Examination of British deserter, George Walker; information pertaining to enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-3447, MdHR 4588-61  1 /6 /4 /20.

1777, Aug. 31.
RUMSEY, CHARLES, Lt. (CE).
Pass to allow Nicholas Whiscot and Elias Taylor to enter BA.
MSA S 989-3448, MdHR 4588-62  1 /6 /4 /20.

1777, Aug. 30.
RUMSEY, CHARLES (CE) to GOV.
Enemy troop movements; request for arms.
MSA S 989-3449, MdHR 4588-63  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 17.
RUMSEY, CHARLES (CE) to GOV.
Request for guns and officers'commissions.
MSA S 989-3450, MdHR 4588-64  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jun. 19.
RUMSEY, CHARLES (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Information pertaining to recruiting; request for ammunition.
MSA S 989-3451, MdHR 4588-64  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jul. 2.
RICHARD, JAMES (Philadlephia) to GOV.
Request for permission to enter the state to attend to business affairs.
MSA S 989-3452, MdHR 4588-65  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 28.
RUMSEY, CHARLES (CE) to GOV.
Information pertaining to recruiting of men in CE for VA cavalry.
MSA S 989-3453, MdHR 4588-66  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 20.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS (Valley Forge) to CARROLL, DANIEL.
Request that provisions be sent to the army.
MSA S 989-3454, MdHR 4588-67  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jun. 15.
RUMSEY, CHARLES (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Information pertaining to troop movements.
MSA S 989-3455, MdHR 4588-68  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Oct. 5.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of blankets and clothing; sale of the "Carpenter" .
MSA S 989-3456, MdHR 4588-69  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Aug. 15.
CHANNING, JOHN (Island of Jersey) to JOHNSON, JOSHUA (Nantes).
Letter pertaining to imprisonment.
MSA S 989-3457, MdHR 4588-70  1 /6 /4 /20.

1779, Feb. 1.
JOHNSON, JOSHUA (Nantes) to GOV.
Pertaining to letters from William Deards, a traitor.
MSA S 989-3458, MdHR 4588-71  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Apr. 22.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Sale of the "Defence" ; reqeust for money to purchase provisions.
MSA S 989-3459, MdHR 4588-72A  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Aug. 1.
WHARTON, JOHN (Philadelphia) to BELL, THOMAS, Capt.
Orders to confiscate stores on board the British frigate "Mermaid" .
MSA S 989-3460, MdHR 4588-73  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Aug. 9.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Sinepuxent) to GOV.
Request for instructions for turning over stores on board the "Mermaid" to Capt. Bell.
MSA S 989-3461, MdHR 4588-74  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Feb. 7.
CHRISTIE, GABRIEL (HA) to WALLACE, CHARLES.
Request for pass to Philadelphia; enclosing letter from William Paca.
MSA S 989-3462, MdHR 4588-75  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Feb. 3.
PACA, WILLIAM to WALLACE, CHARLES (AN).
Request for pass to Philadelphia on behalf of Gabriel Christie.
MSA S 989-3463, MdHR 4588-76  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Feb. 29.
COLSTON, RAWLEIGH (Cape Francis) to GOV.
Offer to serve as purchasing agent at Cape Francis.
MSA S 989-3464, MdHR 4588-77  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 16.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of blankets.
MSA S 989-3465, MdHR 4588-78  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jun. 6.
COX, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Request for compensation for damages done to goods.
MSA S 989-3466, MdHR 4588-79  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, May. 9.
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Gen. (Wilmington).
Certification that William Cox was requested to accompany goods to Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-3467, MdHR 4588-80  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jul. 27.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Request for orders to impress wagons to transport flour.
MSA S 989-3468, MdHR 4588-81  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Jul. 27.
BUCHANAN, SAMUEL, Asst. Comsy. Purchases (BA) to CALHOUN, JAMES, Maj. Gen. (BA).
Requests all public flour in BA and HA to be collected for shipping.
MSA S 989-3469, MdHR 4588-82  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778, Aug. 4.
CALHOUN, JAMES, Maj. Gen. (BA) to GOV.
Hire of wagons to transport flour.
MSA S 989-3470, MdHR 4588-83  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778?
JOHNSON, THOMAS, Clk. Council.
Request for payment of the militia.
MSA S 989-3471, MdHR 4588-84  1 /6 /4 /20.

1778?
BUTLER, WILLIAM et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3472, MdHR 4589-01  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778?
LANE, JOHN, JR. et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3473, MdHR 4589-02  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778, Mar. 1.
DORSEY, PHILEMON et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3474, MdHR 4589-03  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778?
FRANKLIN, JOHN et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3475, MdHR 4589-04  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778, Mar. 2.
GRIFFITH, JOSHUA et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3476, MdHR 4589-05  1 /6 /4 /21.

1780, Dec. 16.
JACOB, WILLIAM (BC) to GOV.
Request for a commission as captain.
MSA S 989-3477, MdHR 4589-06  1 /6 /4 /21.

1780, Nov. 9.
JENIFER, DANIEL to GOV.
Purchase of barrels for storage of fish; promise to send cattle.
MSA S 989-3478, MdHR 4589-07  1 /6 /4 /21.

1780, Oct. 6.
JENIFER, DANIEL to GOV.
Shipment of cattle; settlement of accounts.
MSA S 989-3479, MdHR 4589-08  1 /6 /4 /21.

1781, Jul. 25.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco).
Shipment of hats and horses.
MSA S 989-3480, MdHR 4589-09  1 /6 /4 /21.

1781, Jul. 15.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Request for instructions about surplus horses.
MSA S 989-3481, MdHR 4589-10  1 /6 /4 /21.

1781, Jul. 10.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Fulfillment of quota of horses.
MSA S 989-3482, MdHR 4589-11  1 /6 /4 /21.

1781, Jun. 30.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Fulfillment of quota of horses.
MSA S 989-3483, MdHR 4589-12  1 /6 /4 /21.

1781, Jun. 30.
RIDGATE, THOMAS HOWE.
Account of hats and cloth.
MSA S 989-3484, MdHR 4589-13  1 /6 /4 /21.

1782, Jun. 6.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Refusal of commission to buy supplies; suggestion to give the job to Gen. William Smallwood; request for wagons.
MSA S 989-3485, MdHR 4589-14  1 /6 /4 /21.

1781, Jun. 13.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Plans to seize people who failed to provide the horses they had promised; refusal of people to accept certificates.
MSA S 989-3486, MdHR 4589-15  1 /6 /4 /21.

1781, Jun. 18.
JACOB, GABRIEL (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Gratitude for receipt of clothing.
MSA S 989-3487, MdHR 4589-16  1 /6 /4 /21.

1782, Jul. 23.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Account of dispersal of British property.
MSA S 989-3488, MdHR 4589-17  1 /6 /4 /21.

1782, Jul. 13.
JORDAN, JEREMIAH (SM) to GOV.
Information about people who are qualified to be magistrates and judges of the Orphans'Court.
MSA S 989-3489, MdHR 4589-18  1 /6 /4 /21.

1782, Jul. 18.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Money for relief of the Southern Army.
MSA S 989-3490, MdHR 4589-19  1 /6 /4 /21.

1782, Jun. 17.
JOHNSON, JAMES (FR) to GOV.
Request for commissions in the 37th Batt.
MSA S 989-3491, MdHR 4589-20  1 /6 /4 /21.

1782, Jun. 14.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Interest on the state's debts.
MSA S 989-3492, MdHR 4589-21  1 /6 /4 /21.

1781, Jan. 15.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco).
Request for salt for curing; prices of meat.
MSA S 989-3493, MdHR 4589-22  1 /6 /4 /21.

1782, Jun. 10.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Refusal to transact business; use of wagons.
MSA S 989-3494, MdHR 4589-23  1 /6 /4 /21.

1782, Dec. 6.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Reasons for accepting a proposed contract with Col. Rawlings.
MSA S 989-3495, MdHR 4589-24  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778, Feb. 28.
WILKINS, JOSEPH et al.
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3496, MdHR 4589-25  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778?
SNOWDEN, THOMAS; SNOWDEN, JOHN (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3497, MdHR 4589-26  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778, Mar. 12.
HAMILTON, JOHN G. et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3498, MdHR 4589-27  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778, Mar. 12.
ELLICOTT, JOSEPH et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3499, MdHR 4589-28  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778?
GRAY, JOHN et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3500, MdHR 4589-29  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778?
HARRISON, WALTER et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3501, MdHR 4589-30  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778?
RICHARDSON, JOSEPH (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3502, MdHR 4589-31  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778?
BIRCKHEAD, NEHEMIAH et al. (AA).
Oaths of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3503, MdHR 4589-32  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778?
HARWOOD, RICHARD et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3504, MdHR 4589-33  1 /6 /4 /21.

1778?
COALE, JOHN et al. (AA).
Oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3505, MdHR 4589-34  1 /6 /4 /21.

1779, Nov. 27.
SPROAT, DAVID, Comsy. Gen. Naval Prisoners (NY) to COMMISSARY OF PRISONERS IN MARYLAND.
Transportation, conditions, and exchange of prisoners: See 4589/85.
MSA S 989-3506, MdHR 4589-35  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Nov. 17.
GORDON, JOHN, Capt. ("Independence" ) to GOV.
Request for a loan from the treasury.
MSA S 989-3507, MdHR 4589-36  1 /6 /4 /21.

1779, May. 27.
HOGG, CHARLES to GOV.
Apology for offending the governor; petition for release from prison; request to send a substitute to Capt. William Campbell's Comp.
MSA S 989-3508, MdHR 4589-37  1 /6 /4 /21.

1779, Oct. 5.
GRIFFIN, SAMUEL (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request to comply with the congressional recommendation to supply VA with bread and flour.
MSA S 989-3509, MdHR 4589-38  1 /6 /4 /21.

1779, Jun.
RANDALL, JOHN.
Account of provisions purchased for the troops.
MSA S 989-3510, MdHR 4589-39  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Dec. 23.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Conditions of the trading market; commodity prices.
MSA S 989-3511, MdHR 4589-40  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Nov. 9.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Request for a permit to sail to York Town, VA.
MSA S 989-3512, MdHR 4589-41  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Oct. 21.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Request for permission to export flour in the "Willing Maid" .
MSA S 989-3513, MdHR 4589-42  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Nov. 23.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Requests port clearance for the "Molly" and to dispense with permits for every vessel leaving port.
MSA S 989-3514, MdHR 4589-43  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Aug. 18.
MCCALISTER, RICHARD, Lt. (McCalister's Town, PA) to SMITH, WILLIAM.
Report of a planned attack on BC; attempts to blow up the Carlisle magazine.
MSA S 989-3515, MdHR 4589-44  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Jan. 28.
MURRAY, JAMES (Cambridge).
Accepts position as judge of the Court of Appeals; flour shipments.
MSA S 989-3516, MdHR 4589-45  1 /6 /4 /21

1778, Apr. 4.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. ("Conqueror," Hampton Roads) to GOV.
Ship movements; procurement of supplies.
MSA S 989-3517, MdHR 4589-46  1 /6 /4 /21

1776?
*
Fragment of a prescription.
MSA S 989-3518, MdHR 4589-47  1 /6 /4 /21

1778?
*
Unidentifiable list of supplies.
MSA S 989-3519, MdHR 4589-48  1 /6 /4 /21

1778?
*
Supplies needed for the "Conqueror" .
MSA S 989-3520, MdHR 4589-49  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, May. 17.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. (BC) to GOV.
Surveillance of enemy movements, outfitting the "Conqueror," a snow, and the "Chester" .
MSA S 989-3521, MdHR 4589-50  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, May. 19.
COMMITTEE (BA) to GOV.
Outfitting the "Conqueror" and a snow; replacement of Capt. James Nicholson; account of supplies needed for the " Conqueror".
MSA S 989-3522, MdHR 4589-51  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Jul. 24.
HOOPER, HENRY (DO) to GOV.
Transportation of British prisoners from the "Harlem" .
MSA S 989-3523, MdHR 4589-52  1 /6 /4 /21

1779?
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM et al. to GOV.
Petition of officers for higher pay.
MSA S 989-3524, MdHR 4589-53  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Jun. 17.
HALL, JOSIAS CARVIL, Col.; WILLIAMS, OTHO H., Col.; ADAMS, PETER, Col. (Camp, Smith's Cove) to GOV.
Enclosing the request of officers for higher pay.
MSA S 989-3525, MdHR 4589-54  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Oct. 12.
HALL, JOSIAS CARVIL, Col. (Camp, West Point) to GOV.
Qualifications of men to be recommended for sergeant.
MSA S 989-3526, MdHR 4589-55  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Oct. 10.
BRODHEAD, DANIEL, Col. (Headquarters, Pittsburg) to GOV.
Notification that Capt. Davis, who has violated parole, has not arrived in Pittsburgh.
MSA S 989-3527, MdHR 4589-56  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Sep. 15.
HALL, JOSIAS CARVIL, Col. (Camp West Point) to GOV.
Recommendation for officers; appointments; recruitment and pay of soldiers.
MSA S 989-3528, MdHR 4589-57  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Aug. 8.
HALL, JOSIAS CARVIL, Col. (Camp West Point) to GOV.
Shortage of officers; recommendation of Sgt. Rezin Davis, Jacob Rittenhouse, shoemaker, and Edward Simms for commissions.
MSA S 989-3529, MdHR 4589-58  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Mar. 6.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. (BA) to GOV.
Preparation and loading of the "Conqueror" .
MSA S 989-3530, MdHR 4589-59  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Mar. 20.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Capt. (BA) to GOV.
Outfitting and manning the "Conqueror" ; request for a commission for himself and for officers.
MSA S 989-3531, MdHR 4589-60  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Oct. 3.
RUSSELL, WILLIAM (Elk Ridge) to GOV.
Request for a permit to travel to VA and PA.
MSA S 989-3532, MdHR 4589-61  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Mar. 30.
GOUGH, HENRY DORSEY (BA) to GOV.
Request for a pemit for Mrs. Chamier to go to NY.
MSA S 989-3533, MdHR 4589-62  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Jan. 24.
PENET, J.P. (Alexandria) to CARROLL, DANIEL.
Offer to fulfill the contract of his deceased partner; information about proposed arms factory: See 4589/64 for original in French.
MSA S 989-3534, MdHR 4589-63  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Jan. 29.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL et al. (BA) to GOV.
Protest against British attacks on merchant ships; proposal for defense of the Bay.
MSA S 989-3535, MdHR 4589-65  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Apr. 4.
GRASON, THOMAS, Comdr. ("Chester," , Hampto to GOV.
Meeting with the VA fleet; vessel sightings; shortage of bread.
MSA S 989-3536, MdHR 4589-66  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Jun. 30.
GRASON, THOMAS, Comdr. (Cherriston) to GOV.
Description of an encounter at sea.
MSA S 989-3537, MdHR 4589-67  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Jul. 1.
* (Cherrystones).
Account of supplies needed for the "Conqueror" .
MSA S 989-3538, MdHR 4589-68  1 /6 /4 /21

1779?
*
Account of supplies needed for the galleys.
MSA S 989-3539, MdHR 4589-69  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Oct. 24.
THOMAS, JOHN (West River) to GOV.
Refusal of appointment as judge of the General Court because of oath requirement.
MSA S 989-3540, MdHR 4589-70  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Jun. 14.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Payment for the "Defence" ; request for gunpowder.
MSA S 989-3541, MdHR 4589-71  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Jul. 25.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Cargo of the "Defence" ; flour shipment; request for gunpowder.
MSA S 989-3542, MdHR 4589-72  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Dec. 16.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to CARROLL, DANIEL.
Prices of merchandise in the West Indies.
MSA S 989-3543, MdHR 4589-73  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Dec. 23.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to CARROLL, DANIEL (AN).
Offer to ship freight in his vessels.
MSA S 989-3544, MdHR 4589-74  1 /6 /4 /21

1777, Mar. 20.
EWING, THOMAS (BA).
Letter of recommendation for Robert Walsh, assistant surgeon in the Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-3545, MdHR 4589-75  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Dec. 15.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to CARROLL, DANIEL (AN).
Trade and commodity prices in the West Indies.
MSA S 989-3546, MdHR 4589-76  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Sep. 7.
FORREST, URIAH (BC) to GOV.
Attempts to recruit; readiness to march.
MSA S 989-3547, MdHR 4589-77  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Oct. 6.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Procurement of food for the troops; shipment of food to the fleet.
MSA S 989-3548, MdHR 4589-78  1 /6 /4 /21

1776, Oct. 2.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Request for aid in supplying food for the Count D'Estaing's fleet.
MSA S 989-3549, MdHR 4589-79  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Sep. 23.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Receipt of licenses; purchase of guns.
MSA S 989-3550, MdHR 4589-80  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Sep. 19.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Request for permission to load flour and provisions onto French ships.
MSA S 989-3551, MdHR 4589-81  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Sep. 10.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Request for information about embargo laws and whether he is permitted to purchase flour for the French navy.
MSA S 989-3552, MdHR 4589-82  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Aug. 30.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to GOV.
Forwarding list of supplies needed for the "Defence" .
MSA S 989-3553, MdHR 4589-83  1 /6 /4 /21

1779, Nov. 25.
JOHNSON, THOMAS (Frederick Town).
Enclosing Mr. Wallace's contract for building the State House.
MSA S 989-3554, MdHR 4589-84  1 /6 /4 /21

1777, Feb. 3.
HARRISON, ROBERT, Dr. (DO) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Acknowledgement of order from E.S.T. for purchase of beef.
MSA S 989-3555, MdHR 4590-01  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 1.
MERRIKIN, JOSEPH to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Requests promotion to rank of major.
MSA S 989-3556, MdHR 4590-02  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 3.
TABBS, BARTON, Dr. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Smallpox among soldiers.
MSA S 989-3557, MdHR 4590-03  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 4.
COMMITTEE (CE).
Receipt of money to support the militia.
MSA S 989-3558, MdHR 4590-04  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 5.
TILLEY, ZACHARIAH to SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Brig. Gen.
Petition to be relieved of military duty to work as ship's carpenter.
MSA S 989-3559, MdHR 4590-05  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 5.
COMMITTEE (QA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recruitment of troops.
MSA S 989-3560, MdHR 4590-06  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 10.
COMMITTEE (PG) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enclosing military commissions.
MSA S 989-3561, MdHR 4590-07  1 /6 /4 /22

1776, Nov. 26.
TRAPNALL, VINCENT (BA).
Requests certain individuals be summoned to give depositions on his behalf.
MSA S 989-3562, MdHR 4590-08  1 /6 /4 /22

1776, Nov. 18.
COMMITTEE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Enclosing papers pertaining to collection of fines for nonenrollers.
MSA S 989-3563, MdHR 4590-09  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 8.
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to COOK, GEORGE, Capt.
Request for assistance to further expeditions to SO or WO.
MSA S 989-3564, MdHR 4590-10  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 9.
SPRIGG, RICHARD (Strawberry Hill) to THOMAS, NICHOLAS (AN).
Request for and delivery of salt.
MSA S 989-3565, MdHR 4590-11  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 10.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress.
Resolution to prevent supply vessels from sailing while the enemy is in the Bay.
MSA S 989-3566, MdHR 4590-12  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 7.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Sending a tender.
MSA S 989-3567, MdHR 4590-13  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 10.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BA).
Selection of militia officers.
MSA S 989-3568, MdHR 4590-14  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 11.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Sending boats to transport soldiers.
MSA S 989-3569, MdHR 4590-15  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 13.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Arrival of vessel.
MSA S 989-3570, MdHR 4590-16  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 13.
LOWNDES, CHRISTOPHER (Bladensburg) to HALL, JOHN (AN).
Purchase of cordage.
MSA S 989-3571, MdHR 4590-17  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 14.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Concerning provisions.
MSA S 989-3572, MdHR 4590-18  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 15.
MACCUBBIN, NICHOLAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Offer to make shoes for soldiers.
MSA S 989-3573, MdHR 4590-19  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 15.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Supplying clothing for troops.
MSA S 989-3574, MdHR 4590-20  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 16.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Recommendation of Frederick Hill as ensign.
MSA S 989-3575, MdHR 4590-21  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 19.
AMOS, ROBERT et al.
Certification of election of officers of 8th Batt, HA.
MSA S 989-3576, MdHR 4590-22  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 24.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Note on election of officers for 8th Batt.
MSA S 989-3577, MdHR 4590-22  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 17.
COMMITTEE (HA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Receipt of money.
MSA S 989-3578, MdHR 4590-23  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 18.
TRAPNALL, VINCENT to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Request for release from confinement.
MSA S 989-3579, MdHR 4590-24  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Jan. 7.
WILMOTT, AQUILA (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Deposition on behavior of Capt. Bosley and Vincent Trapnall.
MSA S 989-3580, MdHR 4590-25  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Jan. 7.
BOSLEY, CHARLES, Capt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Deposition pertaining to Vincent Trapnall's resistance to the collection of nonenrolling fines.
MSA S 989-3581, MdHR 4590-26  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Jan. 24.
BOSLEY, JAMES.
Vincent Trapnall's opposition to collection of fines.
MSA S 989-3582, MdHR 4590-27  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 10.
BOSLEY, JAMES to COMMITTEE (BA); COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for expenses as witness.
MSA S 989-3583, MdHR 4590-28  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 19.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM (Fells Point) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Offer to sell canvas.
MSA S 989-3584, MdHR 4590-29  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 5.
BOSLEY, CHARLES, Capt. to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Account for expenses as a witness.
MSA S 989-3585, MdHR 4590-30  1 /6 /4 /22

1784?
GOV.
Payment of an account against James Christie.
MSA S 989-3586, MdHR 4590-31  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 21.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Appointment of a new jailer.
MSA S 989-3587, MdHR 4590-32  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Delivery of a vessel.
MSA S 989-3588, MdHR 4590-33  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 18.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Requests for money for use of vessel.
MSA S 989-3589, MdHR 4590-34  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Feb. 18.
COOK, GEORGE, Capt. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Request for payment.
MSA S 989-3590, MdHR 4590-35  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Apr. 11.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. to MCHARD, ISAAC.
Instructions for removal of powder and stores from BC and AN.
MSA S 989-3591, MdHR 4590-36  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Jun. 10.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. to MCHARD, ISAAC.
Instructions to purchase leather and salt in VA.
MSA S 989-3592, MdHR 4590-37  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Jun. 10.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. to MCHARD, ISAAC.
Pass to VA and Carolina.
MSA S 989-3593, MdHR 4590-38  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Apr. 2.
HANCOCK, JOHN, Pres. Congress.
Ordered that Gov. Johnson remove powder and stores to Frederick and Carlisle, PA.
MSA S 989-3594, MdHR 4590-39  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Dec. 13.
COURSEY, THOMAS, Capt. to WARFIELD, RIDGELY.
Order to deliver stores to Lt. John Pickam.
MSA S 989-3595, MdHR 4590-40  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Mar.
PICKHAM, JOHN, Lt.
Lists of stores delivered.
MSA S 989-3596, MdHR 4590-41  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Mar.
WARFIELD, RIDGELY.
Account of stores at Elkridge Landing.
MSA S 989-3597, MdHR 4590-42  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Jan. 22.
CARTER, SAMUEL, Sgt. to STATE STORE (Elkridge Landing).
Receipt of supplies.
MSA S 989-3598, MdHR 4590-43  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Jan. 21.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.
Order to deliver cartridges.
MSA S 989-3599, MdHR 4590-44  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Dec. 9.
COURSEY, THOMAS to WARFIELD, RIDGELY (Elkridge Landing).
Receipt for supplies.
MSA S 989-3600, MdHR 4590-45  1 /6 /4 /22

1777, Dec. 10.
RUTHERFORD, THOMAS to GOV.
Petition of prisoner of war for medical treatment.
MSA S 989-3601, MdHR 4590-46  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Mar. 4.
HARRISON, ROBERT (DO) to GOV.
Request for instructions for collecting subscriptions in DO.
MSA S 989-3602, MdHR 4590-47  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Apr. 1.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (Piscataway) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies in PG.
MSA S 989-3603, MdHR 4590-48  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Nov. 10.
HOOPER, HENRY (DO) to GOV.
Request for gun flints.
MSA S 989-3604, MdHR 4590-49  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Apr. 26.
JOHNSON, THOMAS (Bladensburg) to GOV.
Appointment of officers.
MSA S 989-3605, MdHR 4590-50  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, May. 25.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (Piscataway) to GOV. (AN).
Purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3606, MdHR 4590-51  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, May. 13.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (Piscataway) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-3607, MdHR 4590-52  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Mar. 26.
SOLLERS, SABRITT to GOV.
Request for a passport to Philadelphia for Nathan Nicholson.
MSA S 989-3608, MdHR 4590-53  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Jan. 11.
SWIFT, JOHN WHITE (AN) to GOV.
Delay in departing for PA.
MSA S 989-3609, MdHR 4590-54  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Apr. 27.
SOMERVILLE, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Release from bond; permission to go to VA to purchase tobacco.
MSA S 989-3610, MdHR 4590-55  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Mar.
GIBSON, WILLIAM, Clk. (BA) to SOMERVILLE, GEORGE.
Certification of oath of fidelity.
MSA S 989-3611, MdHR 4590-56  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, May. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of pork; transporting public stores.
MSA S 989-3612, MdHR 4590-57  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Jun. 9.
MILLER, CHARLES (Onancock) to GOV.
Enclosing invoice of goods.
MSA S 989-3613, MdHR 4590-58  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, May. 5.
NISBITT, JOHN & CO. (York Town) to SMITH, ISAAC; SMITH, THOROWGOOD, merchants (Onancock).
Invoice of merchandise.
MSA S 989-3614, MdHR 4590-59  1 /6 /4 /22

1778, Apr. 4.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (Piscataway).
Purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3615, MdHR 4590-60  1 /6 /4 /22

1779, Mar. 4.
GILPIN, SAMUEL et al. (CE).
Resignation of officers of Elk Batt. after appointment of Thomas Savin as commander.
MSA S 989-3616, MdHR 4590-61  1 /6 /4 /22

1779, Apr. 21.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (Piscataway).
Difficulty of purchasing wheat in PG.
MSA S 989-3617, MdHR 4590-62  1 /6 /4 /22

1779, Mar. 29.
ADAMS, PETER (Camp Middle Brook) to GOV.
Request that James Hopkins be allowed to go to NY.
MSA S 989-3618, MdHR 4590-63  1 /6 /4 /22

1779, Apr. 24.
SHEAFF, HENRY (BA) to EASTMAN, JOSEPH.
Requests pass for his wife to travel to Staten Island.
MSA S 989-3619, MdHR 4590-64  1 /6 /4 /22

1779, Sep. 7.
SADLER, SAMUEL (BA) to GALE, EDWARD, Capt. (AN).
Enclosing account for subsistence money; recommends John White for a commission.
MSA S 989-3620, MdHR 4590-65  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Jan. 1.
MCCLELLAN, JOHN; LEMMON, RICHARD; GRIEST, ISAAC (BA).
Pertaining to grain subject to seizure by state.
MSA S 989-3621, MdHR 4590-66  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Mar. 29.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (AN) to COUNCIL.
Offer to supply flour.
MSA S 989-3622, MdHR 4590-67  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, May. 13.
COUNCIL (AN).
Discharge of James Fox.
MSA S 989-3623, MdHR 4590-68  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Aug. 21.
POLK, THOMAS, Maj. (Charlotte) to GOV.
Request for money to purchase supplies.
MSA S 989-3624, MdHR 4590-69  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Sep. 1.
COUNCIL to SHERIFF (AN).
Order to arrest John Harper and William Hinchman.
MSA S 989-3625, MdHR 4590-70  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Oct. 11.
FITZGERALD, JOHN (Alexandria) to GOV.
Delivery of goods.
MSA S 989-3626, MdHR 4590-71  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Apr. 28.
CHAPLINE, JOSEPH (Hagerstown) to GOV.
Enclosing account of purchases.
MSA S 989-3627, MdHR 4590-72  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Apr. 16.
SCHNEBELY, HENRY (WA).
Account for grain purchased.
MSA S 989-3628, MdHR 4590-73  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Apr. 16.
SHRYOCK, HENRY (WA).
Account for grain purchased.
MSA S 989-3629, MdHR 4590-74  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Apr. 20.
CHAPLINE, JOSEPH (WA).
Account for grain purchased.
MSA S 989-3630, MdHR 4590-75  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Mar. 31.
CHAPLINE, JOSEPH; SCHNEBELY, HENRY; SHRYOCK, HENRY (WA) to GOV.
Purchase of grain.
MSA S 989-3631, MdHR 4590-76  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Mar. 11.
COX, JOHN (CE) to GOV.
Purchase of grain and flour.
MSA S 989-3632, MdHR 4590-77  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Mar. 1.
COX, JOHN (CE).
Account for flour, grain, and wheat.
MSA S 989-3633, MdHR 4590-78  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Mar. 27.
COLE, ELIJAH (CE) to GOV.
Purchase of flour and wheat.
MSA S 989-3634, MdHR 4590-79  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Mar. 3.
COLE, ELIJAH; GILPIN, SAMUEL (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Purchase of flour and wheat.
MSA S 989-3635, MdHR 4590-80  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Jun.
GILPIN, SAMUEL; COLE, ELIJAH; COX, JOHN (CE).
Account for grain purchased.
MSA S 989-3636, MdHR 4590-81  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Jan. 19.
CLARK, WILLIAM (Back Creek) to COX, JOHN; GILPIN, SAMUEL; COLE, ELIJAH.
Purchase of flour.
MSA S 989-3637, MdHR 4590-82  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Jan. 19.
COX, JOHN; GILPIN, SAMUEL; COLE, ELIJAH.
Price of flour in DE.
MSA S 989-3638, MdHR 4590-82  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Nov. 9.
COUNCIL (AN) to LIEUTENANT (BA).
Order to dispatch troops to guard magazines in BC.
MSA S 989-3639, MdHR 4590-83  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Nov. 17.
HYDE, WILLIAM (AN).
Certification that Thomas Johnson, Jr., took oaths to be clerk of the Council.
MSA S 989-3640, MdHR 4590-84  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Apr. 6.
CLAGETT, THOMAS (PG) to COMMITTEE FOR PROVISIONS.
Difficulty in procuring provisions.
MSA S 989-3641, MdHR 4590-85  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Sep. 13.
HOOPER, HENRY, Gen.
Order to apprehend Joseph Whaland.
MSA S 989-3642, MdHR 4590-86  1 /6 /4 /22

1781, Jun. 27.
*
Account of payment to British creditors.
MSA S 989-3643, MdHR 4590-87  1 /6 /4 /22

1781, Nov. 16.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Report of conditions and supplies of the army.
MSA S 989-3644, MdHR 4590-88  1 /6 /4 /22

1781.
YEATES, DONALDSON, Col. to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Request for horses and hay.
MSA S 989-3645, MdHR 4590-89  1 /6 /4 /22

1781, Oct. 10.
LLOYD, EDWARD, Col. (TA) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Contributions to raise money.
MSA S 989-3646, MdHR 4590-90  1 /6 /4 /22

1781, Nov. 13.
DEARBORN, HENRY, Lt. Col. (Head of Elk) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Request for provisions and supplies.
MSA S 989-3647, MdHR 4590-91  1 /6 /4 /22

1781, Oct. 26.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM, Comsy. Gen. Purchases (Yorktown) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Concerning beef preservation.
MSA S 989-3648, MdHR 4590-92  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Oct. 26.
MASTER, LEGH, Capt. ("Experiment" ) to HUGHES, DANIEL, Comsy. Prisoners (BC).
Receipt for transfer of British prisoners.
MSA S 989-3649, MdHR 4590-93  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Dec. 15.
MASTER, LEGH, Capt. ("Experiment" ) to HUGHES, DANIEL, Comsy. Prisoners (BC).
Receipt for transfer of British prisoners.
MSA S 989-3650, MdHR 4590-94  1 /6 /4 /22

1780.
*
Service records of MD rifle companies.
MSA S 989-3651, MdHR 4590-95  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Oct. 7.
CARLYLE, JOHN, Capt. (AN).
List of officers in Col. Hazen's Regt.
MSA S 989-3652, MdHR 4590-96  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, May. 11.
CARRINGTON, EDWARD, Lt. Col. (BA).
Rosters of MD artillery companies.
MSA S 989-3653, MdHR 4590-97  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Nov. 7.
*
Account of inspected tobacco.
MSA S 989-3654, MdHR 4590-98  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Oct. 7.
COUNCIL to W.S.T.
Order to pay Daniel Jenifer.
MSA S 989-3655, MdHR 4590-98  1 /6 /4 /22

1776-1779.
*
Service records of officers in the rifle regt.
MSA S 989-3656, MdHR 4590-99  1 /6 /4 /22

1780, Jun. 23.
*
List of officers in the German Regt.
MSA S 989-3657, MdHR 4591-01  1 /6 /4 /23

1780, Nov. 8.
*
Accounts for tobacco at Rock Creek and Elk Ridge warehouses.
MSA S 989-3658, MdHR 4591-02  1 /6 /4 /23

1782?
INHABITANTS OF MY LADY'S MANOR (BA; HA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Petition to delay sale of the manor.
MSA S 989-3659, MdHR 4591-03  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Oct. 12.
INHABITANTS OF MY LADY'S MANOR (BA; HA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Petition stating grievances.
MSA S 989-3660, MdHR 4591-04  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Sep. 30.
*
Protection of munition on the E.S.
MSA S 989-3661, MdHR 4591-05  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Mar. 20.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER, Capt. (TA) to SPECIAL COUNCIL.
Roster of the select militia of TA.
MSA S 989-3662, MdHR 4591-06  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Aug. 16.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER, Lt.
Uprising of drafted men.
MSA S 989-3663, MdHR 4591-07  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Oct. 3.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to BAKER, FRANCIS.
Request for vessel to transport flour.
MSA S 989-3664, MdHR 4591-08  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Jul. 17.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW; PACA, WILLIAM (TA Court House) to EARLE, RICHARD.
Request for instructions and commissions.
MSA S 989-3665, MdHR 4591-09  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Oct. 5.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to COMMISSARIES (QA; TA; CA; DO; SO; WO).
Supplying of provisions.
MSA S 989-3666, MdHR 4591-10  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Oct. 6.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to COMMISSARIES (QA; KE; CE).
Supplying of bread.
MSA S 989-3667, MdHR 4591-11  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Aug. 16.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to COLLECTORS OF HORSES.
Supplying of horses for the military.
MSA S 989-3668, MdHR 4591-12  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Aug. 14.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW to W.S.T.
Request for information on amount of money in the treasury.
MSA S 989-3669, MdHR 4591-13  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Aug. 16.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to LIEUTENANTS.
Request for new recruits.
MSA S 989-3670, MdHR 4591-14  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Mar. 29.
SPECIAL COUNCIL (TA Court House) to TREASURER.
Request for an account of money in the treasury.
MSA S 989-3671, MdHR 4591-15  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Jun. 11.
SHARP, SAMUEL (BC) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Shipment of swivels.
MSA S 989-3672, MdHR 4591-16  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Oct. 4.
MINOR, WILLIAM (TA Court House) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
State of prisoners in the jail.
MSA S 989-3673, MdHR 4591-17  1 /6 /4 /23

1780, Mar. 28.
*
Appointment of Robert Berry to the "Plater" .
MSA S 989-3674, MdHR 4591-18  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, May.
STERETT, JOHN.
Appeal to exchange prisoners.
MSA S 989-3675, MdHR 4591-19  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, May.
STEWART, JOHN (SO) to GOV.
Request for permission to go to Scotland
MSA S 989-3676, MdHR 4591-20  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, May. 15.
STEWART, JOHN (SO) to WINDER, JOHN; DONE, JOHN.
Request to go to Scotland.
MSA S 989-3677, MdHR 4591-21  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Aug. 23.
STEWARD, JOHN, Lt. Col. to GOV.
Request for a letter of marque.
MSA S 989-3678, MdHR 4591-22  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Jul. 13.
SIMMONDS, SOLOMON (KE) to GOV.
Requests permission to go to Long Island.
MSA S 989-3679, MdHR 4591-23  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Aug. 30.
GOLDER, ARCHIBALD.
Account of payments for boats.
MSA S 989-3680, MdHR 4591-24  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Sep. 8.
* (AN) to MCHENRY, JAMES, (Headquarters).
Military situation on the E.S.
MSA S 989-3681, MdHR 4591-25  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Feb. 15.
COUNCIL to W.S.T.
Order to pay John Muir salary as commissary of stores.
MSA S 989-3682, MdHR 4591-26  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Nov. 13.
SHEAFF, HENRY; BEEKMAN, CONER; STREET, WILLIAM (NY) to MCHENRY, JOHN (BA).
Shipment of supplies.
MSA S 989-3683, MdHR 4591-27  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Dec. 25.
FRIEND, HENRY (NY) to MCHENRY, JOHN (BA).
Exchanging goods for prisoners of war.
MSA S 989-3684, MdHR 4591-28  1 /6 /4 /23

1782?
*
A list of moneys advanced by Henry Sheaff at NY for prisoners.
MSA S 989-3685, MdHR 4591-29  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Aug. 26.
STEWART, ADAM ("Trimmer" ) to GOV.
Request to come ashore.
MSA S 989-3686, MdHR 4591-30  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, May. 2.
STEVENSON, WILLIAM (KE) to BRICE, JAMES (AN).
Request granted that the governor and Council go to Elizabeth Town to meet with Mrs. Chalmers.
MSA S 989-3687, MdHR 4591-31  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, May.
PRINGLE, MARK? (BC) to MUIR, JOHN.
Request for protection for merchant vessels.
MSA S 989-3688, MdHR 4591-32  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Mar. 22.
SIMMONDS, SOLOMON (KE) to GOV.
Requests permission to go to Long Island.
MSA S 989-3689, MdHR 4591-33  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Apr. 30.
STEVENSON, WILLIAM (KE).
Defends William Slubey's petition to have an interview with his brother at Elizabeth Town.
MSA S 989-3690, MdHR 4591-34  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Oct. 5.
STEVENS, ELEANOR (WO) to GOV.
Requests permission to go to NY to transact business.
MSA S 989-3691, MdHR 4591-35  1 /6 /4 /23

1778, Jun. 8.
PINEY, GEORGE (Onancock) to MILLER, CHARLES.
Invoice of merchandise delivered.
MSA S 989-3692, MdHR 4591-36  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Jan. 12.
SHEREDINE, UPTON (FR) to GOV.
Request for appointment of a coroner.
MSA S 989-3693, MdHR 4591-37  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Jun. 3.
STONE, WILLIAM, Capt. (BC) to GOV.
Request for arbitration in a dispute involving the "Friendship" .
MSA S 989-3694, MdHR 4591-38  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Jun. 3.
SMITH, SAMUEL et al. (BC).
Arbitration involving the "Friendship" .
MSA S 989-3695, MdHR 4591-39  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Jul. 27.
STEVENSON, JOHN (BA) to GOV.
Request for reimbursement for the use of his home.
MSA S 989-3696, MdHR 4591-40  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Apr. 1.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to LANSTEN, JAMES.
Recommendation of Capt. Forbes to command a ship.
MSA S 989-3697, MdHR 4591-41  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Feb. 12.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Preparation of ships.
MSA S 989-3698, MdHR 4591-42  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Apr. 13.
SMITH, DAVID (CE) to GOV.
Requests recommendation to support presentment of a grand jury against William Little on a charge of polygamy.
MSA S 989-3699, MdHR 4591-43  1 /6 /4 /23

1782, Jan. 3.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Request for carpenters.
MSA S 989-3700, MdHR 4591-44  1 /6 /4 /23

1783?
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Enemy ship maneuvers in the Bay.
MSA S 989-3701, MdHR 4591-45  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Feb. 25.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Delivery of a boat.
MSA S 989-3702, MdHR 4591-46  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Mar. 30.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Delivery of a state vessel.
MSA S 989-3703, MdHR 4591-47  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Jan. 21.
SHUTTLEWORTH, JOHN (NY) to DEPUTIES IN CONGRESS (Philadelphia).
Request for permission to come to MD.
MSA S 989-3704, MdHR 4591-48  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Feb. 18.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Credit for captured prisoners of war.
MSA S 989-3705, MdHR 4591-49  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Feb. 20.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Comsy. Prisoners.
List of prisoners on board the "Trimmer" .
MSA S 989-3706, MdHR 4591-50  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Jan. 4.
STEVENSON, HENRY (NY) to GOV.
Requests parole for friends and relatives.
MSA S 989-3707, MdHR 4591-51  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Mar. 19.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Ship driven ashore by enemy vessel.
MSA S 989-3708, MdHR 4591-52  1 /6 /4 /23

1784, Mar. 31.
SMITH, DAVID, Register, Orphans'Ct. (CE) to GOV.
Proceedings of the Orphans'Court.
MSA S 989-3709, MdHR 4591-53  1 /6 /4 /23

1785, Nov. 8.
SMITH, SAMUEL; SMITH, JOHN (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing account of the "Margaretta" .
MSA S 989-3710, MdHR 4591-54  1 /6 /4 /23

1785, Nov. 1.
CONGRESS to STATE.
Account for money received.
MSA S 989-3711, MdHR 4591-55  1 /6 /4 /23

1785, Nov. 1.
*
Transfer of tobacco into the hands of the commissioners of the tax.
MSA S 989-3712, MdHR 4591-56  1 /6 /4 /23

1785, Nov. 3.
SMITH, SAMUEL; SMITH, JOHN to COUNCIL.
Pertaining to the captured "Margaretta" .
MSA S 989-3713, MdHR 4591-57  1 /6 /4 /23

1786, Jul. 3.
*
Accounts against Loyalists.
MSA S 989-3714, MdHR 4591-58  1 /6 /4 /23

1787, Jan. 17.
*
Claims against Loyalist property.
MSA S 989-3715, MdHR 4591-59  1 /6 /4 /23

1787, Jan. 2.
WALKER, BENJAMIN (NY) to GOV.
Enclosing a letter pertaining to a return.
MSA S 989-3716, MdHR 4591-60  1 /6 /4 /23

1787, Jan. 2.
WALKER, BENJAMIN, Commissioner of Accts. (NY) to STATE.
Inaccuracy of accounts.
MSA S 989-3717, MdHR 4591-61  1 /6 /4 /23

1787, Dec. 11.
FERGUSON, DAVID (Petersburg, VA) to GOV.
Asking permission to keep vendue store in BC.
MSA S 989-3718, MdHR 4591-62  1 /6 /4 /23

1788, Oct. 10.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (FR) to GOV.
Refusal by Thomas Beatty to be a tax collector.
MSA S 989-3719, MdHR 4591-63  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Mar. 26.
RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER, Aud. Gen. to GOV.
Accounts of the state against the U.S.: See 4591/55.
MSA S 989-3720, MdHR 4591-64  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, May. 15.
PETTY, JOHN to GOV.
Dispute over landing.
MSA S 989-3721, MdHR 4591-66  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Jan. 23.
RUTTER, THEODORE, JR. (BC) to GOV.
Apology for late arrival of county and city election returns.
MSA S 989-3722, MdHR 4591-67  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Nov. 26.
CHAMBERS, BENJAMIN (KE).
Certification of action against Josiah Johnson.
MSA S 989-3723, MdHR 4591-68  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Nov. 18.
JOHNSON, JOSIAH (KE) to GOV.
Requests for commission as sheriff of KE.
MSA S 989-3724, MdHR 4591-69  1 /6 /4 /23

1788?
HOPKINS, WILLIAM, JR. (HA) to GOV.
Petition asking governor not to stop criminal proceedings against John Patrick.
MSA S 989-3725, MdHR 4591-70  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Jun. 2.
PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY FOR THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY to GOV.
Enclosing an engraving of a slave ship.
MSA S 989-3726, MdHR 4591-71  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, May. 20.
PENNSYLVANIA SOCIETY FOR THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY to GOV.
Request for MD laws pertaining to slavery.
MSA S 989-3727, MdHR 4591-71  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Mar. 16.
GIBSON, WILLIAM (BA).
Admiralty case involving the omission of a forfeiture.
MSA S 989-3728, MdHR 4591-72  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Jan. 16.
GOLDER, ARCHIBALD (AN) to GOV.
Officer to carry election certificate to the secretary of Congress.
MSA S 989-3729, MdHR 4591-73  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Nov. 9.
INHABITANTS (KE) to GOV.
Petition alleging that Josiah Johnson is unqualified as KE sheriff.
MSA S 989-3730, MdHR 4591-74  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Sep. 25.
KILTY, WILLIAM (Upper Marlboro) to GOV.
Valuation of property.
MSA S 989-3731, MdHR 4591-75  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Nov. 1.
HATCHESON, BENJAMIN, Collector (KE) to GOV.
Petition for relief of security given for previous collector.
MSA S 989-3732, MdHR 4591-76  1 /6 /4 /23

1789.
KILTY, WILLIAM.
List of personal property purchased in 1789.
MSA S 989-3733, MdHR 4591-77  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Aug. 29.
KILTY, WILLIAM (Upper Marlboro) to GOV.
Pertaining to Kilty's purchase of property.
MSA S 989-3734, MdHR 4591-78  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, May. 4.
KILTY, WILLIAM (Upper Marlboro) to GOV.
Purchase of property.
MSA S 989-3735, MdHR 4591-79  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Apr. 17.
KILTY, WILLIAM (Upper Marlboro) to GOV.
Purchase of property.
MSA S 989-3736, MdHR 4591-80  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Jun. 2.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (CA) to GOV.
Qualification as superintendent of sales of property.
MSA S 989-3737, MdHR 4591-81  1 /6 /4 /23

1781, Nov. 9.
COUNCIL to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing letter received from Col. Richardson.
MSA S 989-3738, MdHR 4591-82  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Oct. 13.
DENWOOD, JOHN (SO) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col.
Postponement of sale of William Hyland's land.
MSA S 989-3739, MdHR 4591-83  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Nov. 4.
HUGHLETT, THOMAS (CA) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (CA).
Sale of William Banches property.
MSA S 989-3740, MdHR 4591-84  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Oct. 19.
TOWNSEND, JOSHUA (WO) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (CA).
Error in a writ against Col. James Martin.
MSA S 989-3741, MdHR 4591-85  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Jul. 20.
LEATHERBURY, JOHN (SO) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (CA).
Postponement of sale of John Denwood's property.
MSA S 989-3742, MdHR 4591-86  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Oct. 15.
LEATHERBURY, JOHN (SO) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (CA).
Postponement of sale of John Denwood's property.
MSA S 989-3743, MdHR 4591-87  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Oct. 15.
SKINNER, THOMAS (SO) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, Col. (CA).
Postponement of sale of John Leatherbury's property.
MSA S 989-3744, MdHR 4591-88  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Jul. 20.
SKINNER, THOMAS (SO) to RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (CA).
Sale of John Leatherbury's property.
MSA S 989-3745, MdHR 4591-89  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Jun. 14.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM to GOV.
Postponement of proceedings against Maj. Cox, TA Collector of Tax.
MSA S 989-3746, MdHR 4591-90  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Sep. 16.
MANTZ, PETER (Frederick Town) to KILTY, WILLIAM (AN).
Property belonging to Mrs. Adam Fischer.
MSA S 989-3747, MdHR 4591-91  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Aug. 8.
KILTY, WILLIAM to DAVIDSON, Maj.
Fragment referring to bonds issued by the treasury.
MSA S 989-3748, MdHR 4591-92  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Sep. 10.
KILTY, WILLIAM to KILTY, JOHN.
Purchase of land in Port Tobacco.
MSA S 989-3749, MdHR 4591-93  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Sep. 29.
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM (Easton) to GOV.
Postponement of sale of Maj. Cox's property.
MSA S 989-3750, MdHR 4591-94  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Jun. 29.
KILTY, WILLIAM to KILTY, JOHN.
Purchase of property.
MSA S 989-3751, MdHR 4591-95  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, May. 18.
KILTY, WILLIAM (AN) to GOV.
Sale of Capt. Thomas Howard's property.
MSA S 989-3752, MdHR 4591-96  1 /6 /4 /23

1783, Nov. 23.
*
Account of William Kilty.
MSA S 989-3753, MdHR 4591-97  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Apr. 9-Dec. 15.
*
Account for money paid by Benjamin Harwood.
MSA S 989-3754, MdHR 4591-98  1 /6 /4 /23

1789-1790.
KILTY, WILLIAM.
Account of money collected.
MSA S 989-3755, MdHR 4591-99  1 /6 /4 /23

1789, Nov. 9.
KILTY, WILLIAM (Lower Marlboro) to GOV.
Postponement of sales of property in CH.
MSA S 989-3756, MdHR 4591-100  1 /6 /4 /23

1779, Dec. 4.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to GOV.
Request for position as stocking manufacturer.
MSA S 989-3757, MdHR 4592-01  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Dec. 9.
WEDERSTRANDT, CONRAD (QA) to GOV.
Inability to purchase beef.
MSA S 989-3758, MdHR 4592-02  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Dec. 8.
WEDERSTRANDT, CONRAD (Kent Island) to GOV.
Purchase and transportation of beef.
MSA S 989-3759, MdHR 4592-03  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Dec. 14.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.
Cost of manufacturing stockings.
MSA S 989-3760, MdHR 4592-04  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Dec. 27.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY (War Office) to GOV.
Postponement of issuing commissions.
MSA S 989-3761, MdHR 4592-05  1 /6 /4 /24

1779?
*
List of promotions and resignations.
MSA S 989-3762, MdHR 4592-06  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Dec. 1.
CARRADINE, THOMAS.
Invoice and oath about supplies to be shipped to Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-3763, MdHR 4592-07  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jan. 23.
COUNCIL.
Warrant for the arrest of John Montgomery.
MSA S 989-3764, MdHR 4592-08  1 /6 /4 /24

1792.
U.S. to STATE.
Purchase of horses and wagons.
MSA S 989-3765, MdHR 4592-09  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Nov. 11.
WELTNER, LODOWICK, Lt. Col. (German Regt. Sunbury) to GOV.
Request for money due officers; security of the frontier.
MSA S 989-3766, MdHR 4592-10  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Nov. 11.
BALTZILL, CHARLES et al. (German Regt.) to GOV.
Petition requesting money; certification of officers'commissions.
MSA S 989-3767, MdHR 4592-11  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jun. 13.
WALLACE, CHARLES, Col. (Fredericksburg, VA) to GOV.
Request for information concerning a shipment of arms.
MSA S 989-3768, MdHR 4592-12  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jan. 10.
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, Sheriff (QA) to GOV.
Request to be relieved of tax money collected.
MSA S 989-3769, MdHR 4592-13  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, May. 6.
WHITELEY, WILLIAM (CA) to GOV.
Request for clothing and money.
MSA S 989-3770, MdHR 4592-14  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
MERIWEATHER, REUBEN et al. to GOV.
Petition requesting the establishment of an independent militia company.
MSA S 989-3771, MdHR 4592-15  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jul. 23.
HILLEGAS, MICHAEL, Continental Treasurer (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transmittal of proof sheets for paper money and a congressional resolution.
MSA S 989-3772, MdHR 4592-16  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jan. 5-14.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions pertaining to the emission of money.
MSA S 989-3773, MdHR 4592-17  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Oct. 22.
NOURSE, JOSEPH, Asst. Auditor Gen. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Measures to prevent counterfeiting of bills.
MSA S 989-3774, MdHR 4592-18  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jul. 31.
JOHNSON, THOMAS to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Receipt for proof sheets.
MSA S 989-3775, MdHR 4592-19  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Apr. 15.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Payment of a gratuity to Mr. Brown for military service.
MSA S 989-3776, MdHR 4592-20  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Mar. 20.
MARTIN, LUTHER (BC) to GOV.
Capture of a prisoner; arrangement for an exchange.
MSA S 989-3777, MdHR 4592-21  1 /6 /4 /24

1777?
MCNEMARA, NICHOLAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition requesting disability pay.
MSA S 989-3778, MdHR 4592-22  1 /6 /4 /24

1777?
MCHARD, ISAAC (Wye River) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase and transportation of meat.
MSA S 989-3779, MdHR 4592-23  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
MACCUBBIN, NICHOLAS to SENATE.
Request for money for the purchase of leather.
MSA S 989-3780, MdHR 4592-24  1 /6 /4 /24

1776.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL, JR. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Conduct of a militia company during an alarm.
MSA S 989-3781, MdHR 4592-25  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
COUNCIL OF SAFETY to COUNTY SUPERVISORS.
Instructions for the managers of saltpeter works.
MSA S 989-3782, MdHR 4592-26  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
CAMPBELL, JAMES to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Plan for a floating battery.
MSA S 989-3783, MdHR 4592-27  1 /6 /4 /24

1777, Jan. 24.
CURTIS, JOHN et al. (Whetstone Point) to SMITH, NATHANIEL, Capt.
Request for an honorable discharge.
MSA S 989-3784, MdHR 4592-28  1 /6 /4 /24

1776, Nov. 7.
CAPT. NATHANIEL SMITH's COMPANY.
Request for clothing due; food allowance and prices of commodities.
MSA S 989-3785, MdHR 4592-29  1 /6 /4 /24

1777?
CAPT. NATHANIEL SMITH's COMPANY.
Request for discharge from military service.
MSA S 989-3786, MdHR 4592-30  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
SCHLEY, THOMAS to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition requesting reimbursement for supplies.
MSA S 989-3787, MdHR 4592-31  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Purchase of a boat; inventory of supplies; request for linen.
MSA S 989-3788, MdHR 4592-32  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
STEWARD, STEPHEN to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request to pay Joshua Cromwell for plank and spars.
MSA S 989-3789, MdHR 4592-33  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
SPEAR, WILLIAM to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Offer of contract for baking bread.
MSA S 989-3790, MdHR 4592-34  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
TURPIN, DENWOOD; WARD, SOLOMON; COSTEN, ISAAC to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for release from confinement.
MSA S 989-3791, MdHR 4592-35  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
WHALAND, JOSEPH to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Petition requesting a hearing on charges of treason.
MSA S 989-3792, MdHR 4592-36  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Transmittal of a letter from Richard Henry Lee.
MSA S 989-3793, MdHR 4592-37  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
WIESENTHALL, CHARLES, Dr. to CARROLL, CHARLES, BARRISTER.
Inventory of supplies belonging to Dr. Stenhouse; request for a position as surgeon in the army.
MSA S 989-3794, MdHR 4592-38  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?, Aug. 9.
WELSH, AARON (West River) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Election of Benjamin Galloway as a captain in the Flying Camp.
MSA S 989-3795, MdHR 4592-39  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Aug. 4.
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transportation of flour.
MSA S 989-3796, MdHR 4592-40  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jun. 24.
CHALONER & WHITE (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for the transportation of flour to Philadelphia.
MSA S 989-3797, MdHR 4592-41  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, May. 6.
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for flour.
MSA S 989-3798, MdHR 4592-42  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, May. 18.
SCULL, PETER (War and Ordinary Office) to GOV.
Transportation of cannon.
MSA S 989-3799, MdHR 4592-43  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, May. 19.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Enemy troop movements; request to protect supplies and provisions.
MSA S 989-3800, MdHR 4592-44  1 /6 /4 /24

1776?
PETERS, RICHARD, Sec. Board of War to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Request for an army commission for a Frenchman.
MSA S 989-3801, MdHR 4592-45  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, May. 24.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Compliance with request for shipment of arms.
MSA S 989-3802, MdHR 4592-46  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jun. 1.
SCULL, PETER, Sec. (War Office) to GOV.
Order to Stephen West to delivery firearms.
MSA S 989-3803, MdHR 4592-47  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jun. 15.
PETERS, RICHARD to GOV.
Request for a loan of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-3804, MdHR 4592-48  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jun. 15.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY (War Office) to GOV.
Request for delivery of cannon.
MSA S 989-3805, MdHR 4592-49  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jun. 15.
CHALONER & WHITE, Asst. Comsy. Purchases (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transportation of flour to Christiana, DE.
MSA S 989-3806, MdHR 4592-50  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Aug. 20.
WILKINSON, JAMES (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transmittal of a letter from the Board of War.
MSA S 989-3807, MdHR 4592-51  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Sep. 14.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office).
Denial of a request for the militia to guard prisoners at Fort Frederick.
MSA S 989-3808, MdHR 4592-52  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Aug. 16.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office).
Request for fulfillment of clothing quotas; specifications of colors of state uniforms.
MSA S 989-3809, MdHR 4592-53  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Sep. 3.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Request for gunpowder.
MSA S 989-3810, MdHR 4592-54  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Sep. 3.
ROOT, JESSE (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for supplies.
MSA S 989-3811, MdHR 4592-55  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Aug. 27.
WADSWORTH, JEREMIAH (West Point).
Procurement of supplies.
MSA S 989-3812, MdHR 4592-56  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Sep. 4.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Transfer of prisoners to Fort Frederick.
MSA S 989-3813, MdHR 4592-57  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Sep. 27.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY (War Office) to GOV.
Request to put Col. Moses Rawlings in command of the prisoners; recruit enlistments.
MSA S 989-3814, MdHR 4592-58  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Nov. 11.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY (War Office).
Withdrawal of application for a loan of powder; troop movements; guarding of prisoners at Fort Frederick.
MSA S 989-3815, MdHR 4592-59  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Nov. 12.
GIBSON, JOHN, Aud. Gen. (Treasury Office) to GOV.
Enclosing an order from the Treasury Board.
MSA S 989-3816, MdHR 4592-60  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Oct. 7.
CONGRESS.
Resolution recommending the transmittal of money from each state to supply the Continental treasury.
MSA S 989-3817, MdHR 4592-61  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Oct. 21.
TROUP, ROBERT, Sec. (Treasury Office).
Order to transmit funds ordered by Congress.
MSA S 989-3818, MdHR 4592-62  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Dec. 7.
TROUP, ROBERT, Sec. Treasury Off. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Enclosing an extract from the journals of Congress pertaining to transmittal of funds.
MSA S 989-3819, MdHR 4592-63  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Jan. 19.
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR; WHIPPLE, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Problem of engrossing of supplies.
MSA S 989-3820, MdHR 4592-64  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Apr. 13.
POMEROY, RALPH, Commissioner of Clothing Accts. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for an account of clothing supplied to the U.S.
MSA S 989-3821, MdHR 4592-65  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Mar. 2.
CONGRESS.
Resolutions to prevent clothing frauds.
MSA S 989-3822, MdHR 4592-66  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Mar. 5.
PETERS, RICHARD to GOV.
Enclosing a letter from Gen. Washington; guarding of prisoners.
MSA S 989-3823, MdHR 4592-67  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Mar. 21.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE (Middle Brook) to PICKERING, TIMOTHY.
Transfer of Rawling's Regt. from Fort Frederick to Fort Pitt.
MSA S 989-3824, MdHR 4592-68  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Feb. 9.
MORRIS, GOUVENEUR; WHIPPLE, WILLIAM (Philadelphia) to GOV.
State flour quota.
MSA S 989-3825, MdHR 4592-69  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Feb. 1.
WADSWORTH, JEREMIAH (Philadelphia) to MORRIS, SCUDDER; WHIPPLE, WILLIAM.
Fulfillment of state flour quotas.
MSA S 989-3826, MdHR 4592-70  1 /6 /4 /24

1776, Dec. 29.
CARROLL, CHARLES, BARRISTER (Mount Clare).
Attempts by the British to interfere with trade.
MSA S 989-3827, MdHR 4592-71  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Apr. 19.
PETERS, RICHARD (War Office) to GOV.
Reduction in the number of guards stationed at Fort Frederick.
MSA S 989-3828, MdHR 4592-72  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Apr. 21.
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Transportation of flour.
MSA S 989-3829, MdHR 4592-73  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, May 4.
SCULL, PETER, Sec. (War Office) to GOV.
Enclosing a congressional resolution.
MSA S 989-3830, MdHR 4592-74  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, May. 3.
SCULL, PETER, Sec. Congress.
Resolution requesting the use of cannon.
MSA S 989-3831, MdHR 4592-75  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, May. 11.
RISBERG, GUSTAVUS, Dep. Comsy. Gen. Issues (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Receipt and disbursement of provisions.
MSA S 989-3832, MdHR 4592-76  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, May. 4.
MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR (Philadelphia).
Procurement and cost of flour.
MSA S 989-3833, MdHR 4592-77  1 /6 /4 /24

1779, Feb. 1.
BANNING, JEREMIAH (Port Tobacco) to HINDMAN, JAMES.
Clandestine operations of the "Lady Washington" ; confusion about commissions issued.
MSA S 989-3834, MdHR 4593-01  1 /6 /4 /25

1779?
CONNOLLY, ANN (AN) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Petition for permission to return to Ireland.
MSA S 989-3835, MdHR 4593-02  1 /6 /4 /25

1777?
ATKINSON, ANGELO (WO) to GOV.
Petition for release from custody.
MSA S 989-3836, MdHR 4593-03  1 /6 /4 /25

1777, Jun. 3.
ALLEN, JOHN (AN) to GOV.
Petition for discharge from military service.
MSA S 989-3837, MdHR 4593-04  1 /6 /4 /25

1777.
BENNETT, JOHN; ADKINS, STANTON to GOV.
Petition for improvement of prison conditions.
MSA S 989-3838, MdHR 4593-05  1 /6 /4 /25

1779, Jan. 2.
ADAMS, PETER, Col. (Middlebrook) to GOV.
Return of unused recruitment funds; request for his commission.
MSA S 989-3839, MdHR 4593-06  1 /6 /4 /25

1779, Feb. 7.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Petition for the release of a fine imposed on George Hollingsworth.
MSA S 989-3840, MdHR 4593-07  1 /6 /4 /25

1779, Apr. 14.
DOWNES, HENRY (CA) to KINGMAN, JAMES (AN).
Application for position of registrar of the E.S. Land Office.
MSA S 989-3841, MdHR 4593-08  1 /6 /4 /25

1779, Dec. 4.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to MCCOMAS, JAMES, Col.
Recommendation of Joseph Wilson for a military commission.
MSA S 989-3842, MdHR 4593-09  1 /6 /4 /25

1779, Dec.
CHAYNE, ISAIAH (SO) to GOV.
Petition to be released from military service.
MSA S 989-3843, MdHR 4593-10  1 /6 /4 /25

1778?
STEVENSON, JOSHUA et al. (BA) to GOV.
Petition to have election for BA sheriff declared invalid.
MSA S 989-3844, MdHR 4593-11  1 /6 /4 /25

1778?
COOK, RICHARD to GOV.
Petition for acceptance of militia substitute.
MSA S 989-3845, MdHR 4593-12  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779?
CHEVER, JOHN, Lt. to GOV.
Petition for promotion.
MSA S 989-3846, MdHR 4593-13  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 25.
CARTER, SAMUEL, prisoner (AN) to GOV.
Petition for release from prison.
MSA S 989-3847, MdHR 4593-14  1 /6 /4 /25.

1776, Jun. 15.
COOK, GEORGE, Sgt. (Smith's Creek) to PLATER, GEORGE, Col.
Progress of the draft.
MSA S 989-3848, MdHR 4593-15  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Apr. 7.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Recommendation of Mr. Hughes; pirates in Tangier Sound; request for lead.
MSA S 989-3849, MdHR 4593-16  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Apr. 3.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Acts of piracy in Tangier Sound.
MSA S 989-3850, MdHR 4593-17  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Apr. 4.
JARBOE, ATHANATIUS (SO).
Deposition explaining an attack on a vessel.
MSA S 989-3851, MdHR 4593-18  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779?
HAMILTON, CHARLES.
Deposition about an attack on his schooner by Negroes and whites.
MSA S 989-3852, MdHR 4593-19  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 17.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO).
Expedition against the pirates in Tangier Sound by the "Dolphin" and the "Plater" .
MSA S 989-3853, MdHR 4593-20  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 17.
DASHIELL, GEORGE.
Account of clothing sent to AN by Capt. Howard.
MSA S 989-3854, MdHR 4593-21  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Feb. 4.
DICKINSON, HENRY to HINDMAN, JAMES, Col.
Enclosing bond for the position of treasurer; request for instructions about duties and jurisdiction.
MSA S 989-3855, MdHR 4593-22  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Feb. 10.
DENNIS, THOMAS (WO).
Request to include Jeremiah Mitchell's name on the list of justices to be commissioned.
MSA S 989-3856, MdHR 4593-23  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Feb. 27.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH to GOV.
Delivery of provisions; appearance of enemy ships.
MSA S 989-3857, MdHR 4593-24  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Feb. 22.
MORRIS, WILLIAM; HAND, SAMUEL (Sinepuxent) to DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Col.
Enemy fleet movements and threats to the community.
MSA S 989-3858, MdHR 4593-25  1 /6 /4 /25.

1780, May. 22.
CRAMER, MARTIN (FR) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Petition explaining that he broke the law because he could not read English.
MSA S 989-3859, MdHR 4593-26  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Apr. 23.
WILMER, JAMES JOSIAS, Rev. (Sassafras River) to SLUBEY, WILLIAM (Chester Town).
Arrival of news about Nicholas Slubey residing in NY; opinions about the revolution.
MSA S 989-3860, MdHR 4593-27  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jun. 10.
SLUBEY, NICHOLAS (NY) to SLUBEY, WILLIAM.
Extracts from correspondence concerning Rev. James Josias Wilmer's conduct while transferring money.
MSA S 989-3861, MdHR 4593-28  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779.
WILMER, JAMES JOSIAS, Rev. (HA) to GOV.
Questionable conduct of William Slubey; suspicion of Loyalist sympathies.
MSA S 989-3862, MdHR 4593-29  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 10.
BRAMER, Mr. (KE).
Speech against Tories and moderates.
MSA S 989-3863, MdHR 4593-30  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Aug. 8.
WILMER, JAMES JOSIAS, Rev. (HA) to GOV.
Concerning legal definition of treason.
MSA S 989-3864, MdHR 4593-31  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 28.
WILMER, JAMES JOSIAS, Rev. to GOV.
Report of treatment received in NY; petition for U.S. citizenship.
MSA S 989-3865, MdHR 4593-32  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 23.
WILMER, JAMES JOSIAS, Rev. (Chester Town).
Defense of his fidelity to the state.
MSA S 989-3866, MdHR 4593-33  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779?
WILMER, JAMES JOSIAS, Rev. to SLUBEY, WILLIAM.
Circulation of rumors; promise to defend his reputation.
MSA S 989-3867, MdHR 4593-34  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 31.
SLUBEY, WILLIAM.
Defense of his conduct during a wheat purchase and of his opinions about monetary policy.
MSA S 989-3868, MdHR 4593-35  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Feb. 22.
WILMER, JAMES JONES, Rev. (Philadelphia) to CHANCELLOR, WILLIAM (Philadelphia).
Receipt for gold to be delivered to Nicholas Slubey.
MSA S 989-3869, MdHR 4593-36  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 26.
WILMER, JAMES JOSIAS (Chester Town).
Deposition about the involvement of William Slubey with James Chalmers; suspected Loyalist behavior.
MSA S 989-3870, MdHR 4593-37  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 19.
SLUBEY, WILLIAM to WILMER, JAMES JOSIAS, Rev.
Account of rumors and charges pertaining to the delivery of money to Nicholas Slubey.
MSA S 989-3871, MdHR 4593-38  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Nov. 29.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Request for money; purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3872, MdHR 4593-39  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Sep. 9.
BRUCE, NORMAN, Col. to GOV.
Need for cash to procure provisions and guards.
MSA S 989-3873, MdHR 4593-40  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Sep. 17.
BOWLY, DANIEL (BC) to GOV.
Distress of inhabitants of Bermuda.
MSA S 989-3874, MdHR 4593-41  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Nov. 25.
BANNING, JEREMIAH (TA) to GOV.
Request for instructions about an application for a ship to carry extra cargo; outfitting vessel as a ship of war.
MSA S 989-3875, MdHR 4593-42  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Nov. 26.
BOLTON, JOHN (Chester Town) to GOV.
Request for reimbursement of cash paid to recruiters.
MSA S 989-3876, MdHR 4593-43  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Dec. 1.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM, Comsy. Gen. Purchases (Susquehanna Ferry) to GOV.
Receipt of flour from Richard Dallam.
MSA S 989-3877, MdHR 4593-44  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Dec. 6.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM, Comsy. Gen. Purchases (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Condition of the commissary department.
MSA S 989-3878, MdHR 4593-45  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Dec. 29.
BOWLY, DANIEL (BC) to GOV.
Offer to sell wool cloth.
MSA S 989-3879, MdHR 4593-46  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Dec. 29.
BOWLY, DANIEL (BA).
Invoice for woolens purchased by William Young in VA and consigned to the "Polly" .
MSA S 989-3880, MdHR 4593-47  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Dec. 29.
BENNETT, JESSE to GOV.
Admission that charges made against John Selby were false.
MSA S 989-3881, MdHR 4593-48  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Dec. 8.
TOWNSEND, JOSHUA (WO).
Verification that a petition about an election has been shown to John Selby.
MSA S 989-3882, MdHR 4593-49  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Oct. 27.
BENNETT, JESSE to GOV.
Petition about an unfair election for sheriff.
MSA S 989-3883, MdHR 4593-49  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Nov. 17.
LEE, THOMAS SIM.
Order for a hearing pertaining to the petition of Jesse Bennett.
MSA S 989-3884, MdHR 4593-49  1 /6 /4 /25.

1777, May. 29.
BOND, RICHARD (CE) to GOV.
Request for payment for the manufacture of gun barrels.
MSA S 989-3885, MdHR 4593-50  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Sep. 19.
FINLEY, EBENEZER, Capt.; SMITH, JAMES, Capt. (New Windsor) to GOV.
Request that promotion be made from officers already in the service.
MSA S 989-3886, MdHR 4593-51  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Sep. 7.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of provision; receipt of rations; officers for militia companies.
MSA S 989-3887, MdHR 4593-52  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Aug. 28.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BC) to GOV.
Attempt by William Judah to settle his accounts; purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3888, MdHR 4593-53  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Aug. 23.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BC) to GOV.
Request for a decision about back rations.
MSA S 989-3889, MdHR 4593-54  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Aug. 2.
JOHNSON, WILLIAM to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Request for information about recruiting bounty.
MSA S 989-3890, MdHR 4593-55  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 28.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. (BC) to GOV.
Request for a decision about the inequality of allowances between the Continental artillery and the militia.
MSA S 989-3891, MdHR 4593-56  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 28.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BC) to GOV.
Enclosing an account of clothing delivered in 1777; issuance of back rations.
MSA S 989-3892, MdHR 4593-57  1 /6 /4 /25

1779, Jul. 12.
STONE, JOHN HOSKINS, Col. (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Request for clothing for recruits.
MSA S 989-3893, MdHR 4593-58  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 10.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. (BC) to GOV.
Request for beef and pork; quality of meat available.
MSA S 989-3894, MdHR 4593-59  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 3.
STONE, JOHN HOSKINS, Col. (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Troop movements; desertions; physical condition of the men.
MSA S 989-3895, MdHR 4593-60  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 2.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (Fort at Whetstone) to GOV.
Request for beef.
MSA S 989-3896, MdHR 4593-61  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jun. 28.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (Fort at Whetstone).
Request for overalls.
MSA S 989-3897, MdHR 4593-62  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jun. 10.
SADLER, SAMUEL (Whetstone Point Fort) to GOV.
Request for money to settle his accounts.
MSA S 989-3898, MdHR 4593-63  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jun. 5.
STONE, JOHN HOSKINS, Col. (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Request for additional clothing.
MSA S 989-3899, MdHR 4593-64  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 27.
STONE, JOHN HOSKINS, Col.
Account of clothing for the lst MD Regt.
MSA S 989-3900, MdHR 4593-65  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 27.
STONE, JOHN HOSKINS, Col. (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Request for additional clothing and provisions.
MSA S 989-3901, MdHR 4593-66  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 16.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BC).
Readiness of the troops; awaiting further orders.
MSA S 989-3902, MdHR 4593-67  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Apr. 9.
STONE, JOHN HOSKINS, Col. to GOV.
Distribution of clothing to recruits; purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-3903, MdHR 4593-68  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Mar. 9.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. (BC).
Supplying a galley; request for munitions.
MSA S 989-3904, MdHR 4593-69  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Mar. 7.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions; over expenditure of money on wages; disagreement on length of enlistments.
MSA S 989-3905, MdHR 4593-70  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Mar. 6.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. (BC) to GOV.
Troop movements; purchase of supplies and provisions; attempt to gent Sgt. Cornwell out of prison.
MSA S 989-3906, MdHR 4593-70  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Feb. 22.
STEWARD, JOHN (Camp at Middlebrook) to GOV.
Enclosing a list of deserters from the 2nd MD Regt; need for laws to punish deserters.
MSA S 989-3907, MdHR 4593-71  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Feb. 22.
STEWARD, JOHN (Camp Middlebrook) to GOV.
Deserters from the 2nd MD Regt.
MSA S 989-3908, MdHR 4593-72  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Feb. 10.
SMITH, NATHANIEL, Maj. (BC) to GOV.
Enclosing petitions for discharges; recruiting policy; request for a trial by a prisoner; sale of a prisoner as a servant.
MSA S 989-3909, MdHR 4593-73  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779?
*
List of officers to be commissioned.
MSA S 989-3910, MdHR 4593-74  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 23.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Lt. (WO) to GOV.
Request for munitions; need for money to pay militia expenses.
MSA S 989-3911, MdHR 4593-75  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 24.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies; condition of military stores; request for arms.
MSA S 989-3912, MdHR 4593-76  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 26.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Request for a discharge for Isaiah Chain.
MSA S 989-3913, MdHR 4593-77  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Oct. 5.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Declines to serve as assistant commissary of purchases for AA; arrival of Count de Estaing's fleet off GA coast; capture of prisoner.
MSA S 989-3914, MdHR 4593-78  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Nov. 4.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Purchase of ship planks.
MSA S 989-3915, MdHR 4593-79  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Nov. 7.
DICKINSON, HENRY to PARKER, JOHNATHAN.
Receipt for a letter from the governor and a resolve of the Council.
MSA S 989-3916, MdHR 4593-80  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Nov. 7.
DICKINSON, HENRY to GOV.
Inability to comply with the order to transfer public money because of ill health.
MSA S 989-3917, MdHR 4593-81  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Nov. 27.
DOWNES, CHARLES to BRUFF, WILLIAM (AN).
Recommendation of Thomas Fitzsimmons and Benjamin Sudler as KE justices.
MSA S 989-3918, MdHR 4593-82  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May.
BARNES, RICHARD, Col. (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Lack of arms and provisions; poor state of the economy.
MSA S 989-3919, MdHR 4593-83  1 /6 /4 /25

1779, Apr. 22.
BOND, RICHARD to GOV.
Request for payment for musket barrels.
MSA S 989-3920, MdHR 4593-84  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Apr. 12.
BOND, RICHARD to GOV.
Shipment of musket barrels.
MSA S 989-3921, MdHR 4593-85  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Apr. 15.
COX, MARY, widow (BC) to GOV.
Request for financial assistance.
MSA S 989-3922, MdHR 4593-86  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 20.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BC) to GOV.
Enclosing proceedings of a court-martial.
MSA S 989-3923, MdHR 4593-87  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 18.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BC) to GOV.
Readiness of the militia; lack of provisions at the magazine.
MSA S 989-3924, MdHR 4593-88  1 /6 /4 /25.

1777, Mar. 17.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (Petersburg).
Receipt of medicine.
MSA S 989-3925, MdHR 4593-89  1 /6 /4 /25

1777, Mar. 15.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BA) to GOV.
Request to commission officers.
MSA S 989-3926, MdHR 4593-90  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 19.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BA) to GOV.
Need for bayonets.
MSA S 989-3927, MdHR 4593-91  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 20.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing deposition of Joshua White; request for and opinion on the need to call out the militia.
MSA S 989-3928, MdHR 4593-92  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 27.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BC) to GOV.
Transportation of arms; unrest in the militia.
MSA S 989-3929, MdHR 4593-93  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jun. 3.
BARNABY, WILLIAM (Head of Elk) to BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BC).
Agreement with a request to transport arms.
MSA S 989-3930, MdHR 4593-94  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jun. 4.
BUCHANAN, ANDREW (BC) to GOV.
Transportation of arms and munitions; use of beacons as warning signals for the militia.
MSA S 989-3931, MdHR 4593-95  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May. 10.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER, Col. (TA) to GOV.
Request for arms and munitions; enemy landing at Portsmouth, VA.
MSA S 989-3932, MdHR 4593-96  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, May.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM, Dr. to GOV.
Manufacture of munitions; request for supplies; concern about disaffected men disrupting the militia.
MSA S 989-3933, MdHR 4593-97  1 /6 /4 /25

1779, Jun. 18.
BOND, RICHARD to GOV.
Request for payment for gun barrels.
MSA S 989-3934, MdHR 4593-97  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM, Dr. to GOV.
Account of military stores.
MSA S 989-3935, MdHR 4593-98  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 19.
BEALL, JOSIAH, Lt. (PG) to GOV.
Sale of liquor disrupted a militia meeting.
MSA S 989-3936, MdHR 4593-99  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Jul. 31.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM (Chester Town) to GOV.
Enclosing material relating to the Wilmer-Slubey matter.
MSA S 989-3937, MdHR 4593-100  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Aug. 16.
EVANS, GEORGE, Lt. to WATKINS, JOHN.
Receipt of British prisoners.
MSA S 989-3938, MdHR 4593-101  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Aug. 17.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM to GOV.
Enclosing receipt for prisoners; report of cruel treatment of two militia men by Lt. William Thornton.
MSA S 989-3939, MdHR 4593-102  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Aug. 30.
BEALL, JOSHUA, Lt. (PG) to GOV.
Request to send commissions.
MSA S 989-3940, MdHR 4593-103  1 /6 /4 /25.

1779, Aug. 28.
BUSH, DAVID (Wilmington) to GOV.
Imprisonment of two militia officers.
MSA S 989-3941, MdHR 4593-104  1 /6 /4 /25.

1798, Aug. 20.
GOOCH, WILLIAM.
Transmittal of a letter from Capt. Lloyd of the "Glasgow" .
MSA S 989-3942, MdHR 4594-01  1 /6 /4 /26.

1797, Jul. 10.
U.S. SENATE to GOV.
Transmittal of a copy of the journals of Congress.
MSA S 989-3943, MdHR 4594-02  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, Apr. 8.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Enemy fleet movements; troop engagements.
MSA S 989-3944, MdHR 4594-03  1 /6 /4 /26.

1776, May. 1.
COMMITTEE OF OBSERVATION (Northampton Cty., VA).
Permission to leave the VA capes.
MSA S 989-3945, MdHR 4594-04  1 /6 /4 /26.

1776, Mar. 20.
KELL, THOMAS, Master ("Dolphin").
Deposition requesting reparations for plunder.
MSA S 989-3946, MdHR 4594-05  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, Aug. 10.
COUNCIL to COMMISSARY OF STORES.
Order that clothes be sent to Rev. James F. Armstrong, Chaplain 2nd MD Brigade.
MSA S 989-3947, MdHR 4594-05  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, Aug. 15.
ARMSTRONG, JAMES F. (BA) to GOV.
Inability to purchase clothing.
MSA S 989-3948, MdHR 4594-06  1 /6 /4 /26.

1782, Jul. 7.
BARNES, RICHARD (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Naval engagement.
MSA S 989-3949, MdHR 4594-07  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780?
CRAIGIE, ANDREW, Apothecary Gen.
Invoice of apothecary supplies.
MSA S 989-3950, MdHR 4594-08  1 /6 /4 /26.

1791, Jan. 11.
HODGSON, ROBERT (Warwick, CE) to GOV.
Bond for operating stagecoaches on E.S.
MSA S 989-3951, MdHR 4594-09  1 /6 /4 /26.

1802, Jul. 3.
THOMPSON, THOMAS (Lancaster, PA) to GOV. 1802, Jul. 3.
Transmittal of copy of PA laws; request for receipt.
MSA S 989-3952, MdHR 4594-10  1 /6 /4 /26

1780, Jan. 23.
BOND, THOMAS (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for the transmittal of medicines.
MSA S 989-3953, MdHR 4594-11  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, May. 20.
MARBURY, LUKE et al. (Long Island) to GOV.
Plans to raise money to purchase supplies for prisoners.
MSA S 989-3954, MdHR 4594-12  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, May. 27.
LORING, JOSHUA (NY) to RAMSEY, NATHANIEL, Lt. Col. et al.
Refusal fo permit shipment of supplies to prisoners of war.
MSA S 989-3955, MdHR 4594-13  1 /6 /4 /26.

1779, May. 7.
*
Roster of soldiers serving under Col. Moses Rawlings.
MSA S 989-3956, MdHR 4594-14  1 /6 /4 /26.

1779, May. 7.
RAWLINGS, MOSES (Ft. Frederick) to GOV.
Resignation of command; enclosing roster of troops.
MSA S 989-3957, MdHR 4594-14  1 /6 /4 /26.

1778, Oct. 2.
CONGRESS.
Resolution pertaining to exemptions from the embargo.
MSA S 989-3958, MdHR 4594-15  1 /6 /4 /26.

1777, Jan. 26.
GROSH, ADAM, Capt. et al. (FR) to COUNCIL OF SAFETY.
Recommendation of Maj. Otho Holland Williams as militia commander.
MSA S 989-3959, MdHR 4594-16  1 /6 /4 /26.

1778, Sep. 9.
WADSWORTH, JEREMIAH, Comsy. Gen. Purchases (AN) to GOV.
Consumption of and rising prices of wheat.
MSA S 989-3960, MdHR 4594-17  1 /6 /4 /26.

1778, Sep. 9.
WADSWORTH, JEREMIAH, Comsy. Gen. Purchases (Alexandria, VA) to GOV.
Request for bread.
MSA S 989-3961, MdHR 4594-18  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, Aug. 24.
GOV. to BRICE, JAMES.
Recommendation of Samuel Chew as a cornet.
MSA S 989-3962, MdHR 4594-19  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, May. 12.
* to BOARD OF WAR.
Difficulties in executing a congressional resolution.
MSA S 989-3963, MdHR 4594-20  1 /6 /4 /26.

1778, Oct. 7.
*
Inventory of the schooner "General Smallwood" .
MSA S 989-3964, MdHR 4594-21  1 /6 /4 /26.

1808, May.
KEY, JOHN ROSS to GOV.
Recommendation for a commission.
MSA S 989-3965, MdHR 4594-22  1 /6 /4 /26

1808, May. 4.
CUMMING, ROBERT (Liberty Town) to GOV.
Recommendation of William Farguhar and John Richardson for promotion.
MSA S 989-3966, MdHR 4594-23  1 /6 /4 /26

1808.
CLOUD, JESSE et al. to GOV.
Controversy concerning Lt. Col. Wampler and his command of the militia.
MSA S 989-3967, MdHR 4594-24  1 /6 /4 /26

1781.
ALLMAN, WILLIAM.
Examination of a prisoner concerning troop movements.
MSA S 989-3968, MdHR 4594-25  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Nov. 17.
JOHNSON, BAKER (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Explanation for delayed shipment of rosters.
MSA S 989-3969, MdHR 4594-26  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jul. 31.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Recommendation of James Thompson for a militia post.
MSA S 989-3970, MdHR 4594-27  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 5.
GILES, EDWARD to GOV.
Supplies for the troops; enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-3971, MdHR 4594-28  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, May. 28.
LANE, ALLEN W., Capt. Commandant.
Procurement of soap and candles.
MSA S 989-3972, MdHR 4594-29  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, Aug 17.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Request for the release of John Parks.
MSA S 989-3973, MdHR 4594-30  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, Feb. 22-Jun. 28.
*
List of payments to British creditors.
MSA S 989-3974, MdHR 4594-31  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jul. 11.
DASHIELL, GEORGE, Col. (SO) to GOV.
Pertaining to stockpiled arms and supplies.
MSA S 989-3975, MdHR 4594-32  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jun. 23.
MIDDLETON, WILLIAM, Capt. ("Dolphin" ) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Dep. Quartermaster Gen.
Receipt for herring.
MSA S 989-3976, MdHR 4594-33  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jun. 26.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Receipt of spoiled herring.
MSA S 989-3977, MdHR 4594-34  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jun. 23.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Delivery of fish.
MSA S 989-3978, MdHR 4594-35  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jan. 17.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Delivery of flour.
MSA S 989-3979, MdHR 4594-36  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jun. 12.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Request to hire coopers and laborers.
MSA S 989-3980, MdHR 4594-37  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jun. 3.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA).
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-3981, MdHR 4594-38  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Apr. 10.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Request for instructions for the shipment of corn.
MSA S 989-3982, MdHR 4594-39  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Apr. 8.
MARTIN, JAMES, Lt. Col. (Snow Hill).
List of men recruited in WO.
MSA S 989-3983, MdHR 4594-40  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Mar. 29.
DORSEY, RICHARD (BC) to GOV.
Request for linen.
MSA S 989-3984, MdHR 4594-41  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Mar. 20.
DICKINSON, HENRY (Kent Island) to GOV.
Delay in travel due to poor weather.
MSA S 989-3985, MdHR 4594-42  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Mar. 13.
SMITH, NATHANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Defense of Henry Kelleher and William Dulany.
MSA S 989-3986, MdHR 4594-43  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Mar. 13.
DORSEY, RICHARD (BC) to GOV.
Request for a reduction of a fine imposed on Maj. Nathaniel Smith for the nonappearance of two soldiers.
MSA S 989-3987, MdHR 4594-44  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 18.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA).
Status and delivery of stores: See 4594/46.
MSA S 989-3988, MdHR 4594-47  1 /6 /4 /26

1780, Sep. 18.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA).
Status of provisions and stores belonging to the state.
MSA S 989-3989, MdHR 4594-48  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 25.
RIDLEY & PRINGLE to STATE.
Account for coffee and rum; receipt by Thomas Donnellan.
MSA S 989-3990, MdHR 4594-49  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 25.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Transmittal of supplies.
MSA S 989-3991, MdHR 4594-50  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 24.
DONNELAN, THOMAS (BA).
Request to discharge account for provisions.
MSA S 989-3992, MdHR 4594-51  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep.
DASHIELL, GEORGE to GOV.
Request for money for provisions.
MSA S 989-3993, MdHR 4594-52  1 /6 /4 /26

1780, Sep. 29.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Snow Hill) to GOV.
Enemy ship movements.
MSA S 989-3994, MdHR 4594-53  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 30.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to GOV.
Details of enemy raid.
MSA S 989-3995, MdHR 4594-54  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 30.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (Salisbury) to FORREST, URIAH, Col.
Requests information concerning rewards for apprehending deserters; number of runaway slaves increasing.
MSA S 989-3996, MdHR 4594-55  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 30.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Details of enemy ship movements and raids.
MSA S 989-3997, MdHR 4594-56  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Oct. 10.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Request for cash to purchase supplies.
MSA S 989-3998, MdHR 4594-57  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, May. 13.
DICKINSON, HENRY (CA) to GOV.
Inability to collect tax.
MSA S 989-3999, MdHR 4594-58  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Oct. 13.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Transmittal of flour.
MSA S 989-4000, MdHR 4594-59  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Oct. 15.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Requests bounty due John Garreguies.
MSA S 989-4001, MdHR 4594-60  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Oct. 15.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Has been unable to take his seat in the Assembly because of difficulty forwarding cattle procured.
MSA S 989-4002, MdHR 4594-61  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Oct. 16.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Request for the use of horses to transport wheat.
MSA S 989-4003, MdHR 4594-62  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Oct. 21.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Delivery of flour to Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-4004, MdHR 4594-63  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Oct. 27.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Payment for purchases.
MSA S 989-4005, MdHR 4594-64  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Oct. 28.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Problem procuring supplies and collecting taxes.
MSA S 989-4006, MdHR 4594-65  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Nov. 1.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Request for instructions to discharge a public debt.
MSA S 989-4007, MdHR 4594-66  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Nov. 10.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Request for instructions concerning provisions.
MSA S 989-4008, MdHR 4594-67  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Nov. 14.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Enemy ship movements; request for ammunition and supplies.
MSA S 989-4009, MdHR 4594-68  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Nov. 22.
DORSEY, JOHN (BA).
Transmittal of sugar.
MSA S 989-4010, MdHR 4594-69  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Nov. 21.
DORSEY, JOHN (BA).
Transmittal and sale of sugar.
MSA S 989-4011, MdHR 4594-70  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Nov. 3.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Request for money.
MSA S 989-4012, MdHR 4594-71  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Dec. 8.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA).
Request for money to pay workers.
MSA S 989-4013, MdHR 4594-72  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Dec. 21.
DORSEY, JOHN (BA) to GOV.
Formation of a convoy of ships to Havana.
MSA S 989-4014, MdHR 4594-73  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 8.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA).
Enclosing an account for rum.
MSA S 989-4015, MdHR 4594-74  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 16.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO).
Transmittal of supplies; enemy ship movements.
MSA S 989-4016, MdHR 4594-75  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, Aug. 16.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA).
Transfer of recruits and deserters.
MSA S 989-4017, MdHR 4594-76  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 16.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Availability of public arms and ammunition.
MSA S 989-4018, MdHR 4594-77  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 17.
DASHIELL, GEORGE.
Condemnation of the behavior of John Jones and John Wilkins.
MSA S 989-4019, MdHR 4594-78  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 4.
DALLAM, RICHARD, Lt. (HA) to GOV.
Request to pay Capt. Edward Prall money due James Phillips for enlistment.
MSA S 989-4020, MdHR 4594-79  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 3.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Request for money.
MSA S 989-4021, MdHR 4594-80  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 4.
DONE, ROBERT (WO) to GOV.
Inquiries on rank in the militia; organization of a battalion.
MSA S 989-4022, MdHR 4594-81  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 2.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Inability to meet militia quota.
MSA S 989-4023, MdHR 4594-82  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jul. 26.
DOWNES, HENRY (CA) to GOV.
Inability to pay muster fines in cash; request to pay in kind.
MSA S 989-4024, MdHR 4594-83  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 27.
DALLAM, RICHARD.
Transfer of recruits and deserters.
MSA S 989-4025, MdHR 4594-84  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 2.
DALLAM, RICHARD to GOV.
Receipt for guns from James Horner.
MSA S 989-4026, MdHR 4594-85  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 27.
DALLAM, RICHARD to GOV.
Requests information on payment for a wagon.
MSA S 989-4027, MdHR 4594-86  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jul. 24.
DICKINSON, HENRY (CA) to GOV.
Collection and transmittal of tax money.
MSA S 989-4028, MdHR 4594-87  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jul. 15.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-4029, MdHR 4594-88  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 30.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Transmittal of pork; enemy troop movements.
MSA S 989-4030, MdHR 4594-90  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 30.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA).
Sale of wheat and flour; request for money.
MSA S 989-4031, MdHR 4594-91  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 23.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Poor quality of wheat.
MSA S 989-4032, MdHR 4594-92  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 7.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Poor quality of wheat.
MSA S 989-4033, MdHR 4594-93  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 7.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS.
Account of provisions in storage.
MSA S 989-4034, MdHR 4594-94  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Jul. 26.
SMITH, WILLIAM to STATE.
Receipt of flour.
MSA S 989-4035, MdHR 4594-95  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Aug. 18.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Instructions on the return of contaminated flour.
MSA S 989-4036, MdHR 4594-96  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 7.
DALLAM, RICHARD to GOV.
Request for instructions concerning tobacco shipment.
MSA S 989-4037, MdHR 4594-97  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 10.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Purchase of beef.
MSA S 989-4038, MdHR 4594-98  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 20.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Payment of tobacco tax in wheat.
MSA S 989-4039, MdHR 4594-99  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 12.
DALLAM, RICHARD (HA) to GOV.
Problems in procuring provisions; scarcity of salt; payment of tobacco tax.
MSA S 989-4040, MdHR 4594-100  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 16.
DONNELLAN, THOMAS (BA) to GOV.
Shortage of beef and fish.
MSA S 989-4041, MdHR 4594-101  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, Sep. 17.
DEAKINS, WILLIAM, JR. (George Town) to GOV.
Payment of subscriptions; shortage of cash in treasury.
MSA S 989-4042, MdHR 4594-102  1 /6 /4 /26.

1780, May. 29.
FORREST, URIAH, Col. to GOV.
Recommendation of Thomas Donnellan to purchase provisions in BA.
MSA S 989-4043, MdHR 4594-103  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, May. 14.
BOND, JOHN to FITZHUGH, WILLIAM, Col.
Recommendation of William Watts as assistant surgeon.
MSA S 989-4044, MdHR 4594-104  1 /6 /4 /26.

1781, May. 15.
FITZHUGH, WILLIAM (CV) to GOV.
Recommendation of Dr. Watts as surgeon; enclosure of a letter from Dr. John Bond.
MSA S 989-4045, MdHR 4595-01  1 /6 /4 /27.

1779?
FOSTER, NATHAN to STATE.
Petition pertaining to service record.
MSA S 989-4046, MdHR 4595-02  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, May. 11.
FOSTER, NATHAN to STATE.
Petition requesting a discharge.
MSA S 989-4047, MdHR 4595-03  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780?
FOX, FALSWORTH to STATE.
Petition requesting discharge.
MSA S 989-4048, MdHR 4595-04  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Jun. 18.
TARBUTTON, RACHEL (QA) to GOV.
Petition requesting Richard Ratcliffe be discharged from military duty.
MSA S 989-4049, MdHR 4595-05  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781.
TARBUTTON, WILLIAM to GOV.
Petition requesting discharges.
MSA S 989-4050, MdHR 4595-06  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Jun. 12.
FOWLER, SAMUEL to GOV.
Request for discharge.
MSA S 989-4051, MdHR 4595-07  1 /6 /4 /27.

1778, Jan. 7.
*
Inventory of stores on the "Defence" .
MSA S 989-4052, MdHR 4595-08  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780.
COLE, ELIZA; GILPIN, SAMUEL; COX, JOHN to STATE.
Account of flour for use of the army.
MSA S 989-4053, MdHR 4595-09  1 /6 /4 /27.

1778, Nov. 18.
GIBSON, WILLIAM, Register Court Admlty.
Transcription of the trial of Cumberland Dugan.
MSA S 989-4054, MdHR 4595-10  1 /6 /4 /27.

1778, Nov. 18.
NICHOLSON, BENJAMIN to GOV.
Request for further instructions concerning sale of ships.
MSA S 989-4055, MdHR 4595-11  1 /6 /4 /27.

1778, Dec. 2.
FRIEND, DANIEL to GOV.
Petition requesting a raise in wages.
MSA S 989-4056, MdHR 4595-12  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Aug. 4.
FORREST, URIAH (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Requests discharges for Joshua Hebb, Clark Spalding, and Luke Mattingly.
MSA S 989-4057, MdHR 4595-13  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Oct. 24.
FLEMING, GEORGE to GOV.
Petition requesting remittance of a fine: See 4595/23.
MSA S 989-4058, MdHR 4595-14  1 /6 /4 /27

1780, Jul. 10.
FITZHUGH, WILLIAM (Rousby Hall) to GOV.
Recommendation of Dr. John Reeder Egan as a surgeon in the militia.
MSA S 989-4059, MdHR 4595-15  1 /6 /4 /27.

1778, May. 12.
FITZHUGH, WILLIAM (Lower Marlboro) to GOV.
Request for a pass for Dr. James Weems.
MSA S 989-4060, MdHR 4595-16  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Jul. 18.
FITZHUGH, WILLIAM (CV) to GOV.
Enclosing depositions of Thomas Heathman, Alexander Ogg, and James Stone.
MSA S 989-4061, MdHR 4595-17  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Jul. 16.
HEATHMAN, THOMAS (CV).
Deposition pertaining to information given by James Anderson.
MSA S 989-4062, MdHR 4595-18  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Jul. 16.
JOHNSON, EDWARD (CV).
Thomas Heathman and Alexander Ogg acknowledge default; James Anderson has been taken into custody.
MSA S 989-4063, MdHR 4595-19  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Jul. 16.
*
Questions put before Thomas Heathman and Alexander Ogg concerning James Anderson.
MSA S 989-4064, MdHR 4595-20  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Jul. 16.
OGG, ALEXANDER (CV).
Deposition pertaining to dealings with James Anderson.
MSA S 989-4065, MdHR 4595-21  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Jul. 16.
STONE, JAMES (CV).
Deposition concerning the actions of James Anderson.
MSA S 989-4066, MdHR 4595-22  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Apr. 12.
DORSEY, JOHN (Elk Ridge) to GOV.
Enclosing warrant for collecting blankets.
MSA S 989-4067, MdHR 4595-24  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Appointment of Philip Fiddleman of QA as collector of blankets in Wye Hundred.
MSA S 989-4068, MdHR 4595-25  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Appointment of John Dorsey of AA as collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-4069, MdHR 4595-26  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, May. 17.
FORMAN, EZEKIEL (Chester Town) to GOV.
Petition requesting reimbursement for property and kidnapped servants.
MSA S 989-4070, MdHR 4595-27  1 /6 /5 /27

1780, Jun. 28.
FULFORD, JOHN, Maj. (BC) to GOV.
Request for a commission in a new artillery regiment.
MSA S 989-4071, MdHR 4595-28  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Aug. 29.
FRENCH, HENRIETTA to GOV.
Petition requesting a hearing or release from prison.
MSA S 989-4072, MdHR 4595-29  1 /6 /4 /27.

1778?
FRENCH, DANIEL to GOV.
Petition requesting a raise in pay: See 4595/31.
MSA S 989-4073, MdHR 4595-30  1 /6 /4 /27

1780, Nov. 20.
FORD, JOSEPH (St. Mary's City) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-4074, MdHR 4595-32  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Nov. 6.
FORD, JOSEPH, Comsy. Purchases (SM).
Account for beef.
MSA S 989-4075, MdHR 4595-33  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Dec. 10.
FORD, JOSEPH, Comsy. Purchases (SM).
Account for wheat.
MSA S 989-4076, MdHR 4595-34  1 /6 /4 /27.

1778, Jul. 16.
FORD, JOSEPH (Near BC) to BRICE, JAMES, Col.
Request for information on prices of supplies.
MSA S 989-4077, MdHR 4595-35  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Jun. 20.
FORD, JOSEPH (SM) to GOV.
Inability to collect money.
MSA S 989-4078, MdHR 4595-36  1 /6 /4 /27.

1776, Jul. 20.
MASON, RICHARD; FIDDLEMAN, PHILIP.
Certification of enrollment of men in the middle department of the militia.
MSA S 989-4079, MdHR 4595-37  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Oct. 20.
FORD, JOSEPH (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Problems with cattle; request for barrel staves and heads.
MSA S 989-4080, MdHR 4595-38  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Oct. 5-14.
FORD, JOSEPH, Comsy. Purchases (SM).
Account for beef purchased.
MSA S 989-4081, MdHR 4595-39  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Oct. 23.
FORD, JOSEPH (Leonardtown) to GOV.
Errors in an account.
MSA S 989-4082, MdHR 4595-40  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Aug. 4-10.
FORD, JOSEPH.
Account of forage for the Continental Army.
MSA S 989-4083, MdHR 4595-41  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Jul. 25-Oct. 5.
FORD, JOSEPH.
Certification and account for wheat.
MSA S 989-4084, MdHR 4595-42  1 /6 /4 /27.

1776, Jul. 20.
MASON, RICHARD.
Certification of enlistment in the militia.
MSA S 989-4085, MdHR 4595-43  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Dec. 2.
*
Request for a recruiting officer for SM by Capt. Joseph Ford.
MSA S 989-4086, MdHR 4595-44  1 /6 /4 /27.

1776, Jul. 20.
MASON, RICHARD.
Certification of enrollment of men in the militia.
MSA S 989-4087, MdHR 4595-45  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Sep. 7.
FULFORD, JOHN (AN) to GOV.
Request to retain boat belonging to captured British prisoners.
MSA S 989-4088, MdHR 4595-46  1 /6 /4 /27.

1778, May. 28.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Request for instructions concerning purchase of clothing.
MSA S 989-4089, MdHR 4595-47  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Dec. 30.
FORD, BENJAMIN (Wilmington, DE) to GOV.
Capture of an enemy ship.
MSA S 989-4090, MdHR 4595-48  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Sep. 9.
FULFORD, JOHN, Maj. (AN) to GOV.
Transmittal of tents.
MSA S 989-4091, MdHR 4595-49  1 /6 /4 /27.

1779, Feb. 13.
FORD, BENJAMIN to GOV.
Request for money due officers.
MSA S 989-4092, MdHR 4595-50  1 /6 /4 /27.

1779, Feb. 1.
FORD, BENJAMIN (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Request for reimbursement of Mr. Donovan.
MSA S 989-4093, MdHR 4595-51  1 /6 /4 /27.

1778, Sep. 1.
FORD, BENJAMIN (Camp White Plains) to GOV.
Troop engagement; request for supplies.
MSA S 989-4094, MdHR 4595-52  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Apr. 26.
FAW, ABRAHAM to GOV.
Appointment of blanket collectors.
MSA S 989-4095, MdHR 4595-53  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Appointment of James Fleming of FR as collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-4096, MdHR 4595-54  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Appointment of Joseph Beall of FR as collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-4097, MdHR 4595-55  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Appointment of Joseph Hobbs of FR as collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-4098, MdHR 4595-56  1 /6 /4 /27.

1777, Apr. 2.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Appointment of William Dern of FR as collector of blankets.
MSA S 989-4099, MdHR 4595-57  1 /6 /4 /27.

1782, Jul. 11.
FITZGERALD, JOHN (AN) to GOV.
Petition declaring his innocence of desertion.
MSA S 989-4100, MdHR 4595-58  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, May. 15.
FORREST, URIAH, Col. (AN) to GOV.
Establishment of a hospital; request for a doctor.
MSA S 989-4101, MdHR 4595-59  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Feb. 23.
FARMER, SAMUEL, Lt. (3rd MD Regt., BA) to FORREST, URIAH, Col. (AN).
Request for clothing.
MSA S 989-4102, MdHR 4595-60  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Oct. 29.
FORREST, URIAH to GOV.
Money due discharged soldiers.
MSA S 989-4103, MdHR 4595-61  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Feb. 25.
FURNIVAL, ALEXANDER (BA) to GOV.
Application as commissary to the state.
MSA S 989-4104, MdHR 4595-62  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Jan. 26.
FORMAN, EZEKIAL (Chester Town) to GOV.
Recommendation of John Voorhees as purchaser for the state.
MSA S 989-4105, MdHR 4595-63  1 /6 /4 /27.

1780, Jan. 3.
VOORHEES, JOHN (George Town).
Request for recommendation.
MSA S 989-4106, MdHR 4595-64  1 /6 /4 /27.

1781, Jul. 11.
ALLEIN, WILLIAM (CV) to GOV.
Report about suspected Loyalist, James Anderson.
MSA S 989-4107, MdHR 4596-01  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Dec. 21.
ADAMS, PETER, Col. to GOV.
Money needed to pay wagoners.
MSA S 989-4108, MdHR 4596-02  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Oct. 29.
ARCHER, HENRY W., Lt. (Legion Cavalry, AN) to GOV.
Request for reimbursement for trip to examine bridles and saddles.
MSA S 989-4109, MdHR 4596-03  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Aug. 1.
ARCHER, HENRY W., Capt. (AN) to BULLEN, JOHN.
Invitation to supper to discuss purchase of shallops.
MSA S 989-4110, MdHR 4596-04  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Feb. 7.
ADAMS, PETER, Col. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request that he and Col. Woolford fill the vacancies in their regiment.
MSA S 989-4111, MdHR 4596-05  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, May. 14.
ALLEIN, WILLIAM (CV) to GOV.
Request for an appointment.
MSA S 989-4112, MdHR 4596-06  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Aug. 22.
ARCHER, JOHN (HA) to GOV.
Recommendation of Dr. Samuel Crockett as surgeon.
MSA S 989-4113, MdHR 4596-07  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jul. 6.
ALLERTON, JOHN; JOINER, JAMES (AN) to GOV.
Petition for a pass to Philadelphia and a permit to draw provisions.
MSA S 989-4114, MdHR 4596-08  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Aug. 4.
ARCHER, JOHN (HA) to GOV.
Recommendation of James Moore for a commission.
MSA S 989-4115, MdHR 4596-09  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Sep. 27.
ATHEY, CHARLES (CH) to GOV.
Explanation of hip trouble which rendered him unable to return from furlough.
MSA S 989-4116, MdHR 4596-10  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Dec. 9.
RAWLINGS, MOSES, Col. to SHRYOCK, HENRY.
Inspection of horses and wagons.
MSA S 989-4117, MdHR 4596-11  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Jan. 2.
SHRYCOK, HENRY (Hagerstown) to GOV.
Sending horses and certificate of inspection.
MSA S 989-4118, MdHR 4596-12  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 10.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV).
Purchase of beef and pork.
MSA S 989-4119, MdHR 4596-13  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 15.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Attempts to purchase supplies; problems with new money.
MSA S 989-4120, MdHR 4596-14  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col.
List of officers needed for battalion.
MSA S 989-4121, MdHR 4596-15  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 19.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Recommendation of officers for BC Militia Batt.
MSA S 989-4122, MdHR 4596-16  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 23.
SPRIGG, THOMAS, Col. (WA) to GOV.
Recommendations for officers.
MSA S 989-4123, MdHR 4596-17  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 25.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (Cedar Point).
Salvaging flour from the "Cato" and the "Nautilus" after attack.
MSA S 989-4124, MdHR 4596-18  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Sep. 21.
ARMSTRONG, ROBERT (SM) to GOV.
Problems collecting money or tobacco from people; Capt. Mackall's application for loan.
MSA S 989-4125, MdHR 4596-19  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 28.
SMITH, SAMUEL to GOV.
Salvage operations.
MSA S 989-4126, MdHR 4596-20  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Feb. 1.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Purchase and curing of pork and beef.
MSA S 989-4127, MdHR 4596-21  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Feb. 8.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Salvaging flour; request to punish plunderers: See 4596/15.
MSA S 989-4128, MdHR 4596-22  1 /6 /4 /28

1781, Feb. 7.
ADAMS, PETER, Col. to GOV.
Permission for Mr. Luckett to go home; request for a public horse for his journey.
MSA S 989-4129, MdHR 4596-23  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 14.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Advice about securing insurance payment for the "Cato" .
MSA S 989-4130, MdHR 4596-24  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Feb. 24.
SMYTH, THOMAS (Eastern Neck, KE) to GOV.
Offer of a ship for defense of the Bay.
MSA S 989-4131, MdHR 4596-25  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Jun. 29.
CARLYLE, JOHN, Capt. et al. (Camp, New Jersey) to GOV.
Request for money and supplies for the militia.
MSA S 989-4132, MdHR 4596-26  1 /6 /4 /28.

1783?
CHEVER, JOHN to GOV.
Petition of former prisoner of war for some employment or for his return to Cape Henry.
MSA S 989-4133, MdHR 4596-27  1 /6 /4 /28.

1782, Aug. 16.
COUNCIL.
Case of Henry Miller's recognizance.
MSA S 989-4134, MdHR 4596-28  1 /6 /4 /28.

1782, Jul. 27.
RITCHIE, WILLIAM, Clk. County Ct. (FR).
Certification of recognizance forfeiture by Hugh Kelly and Robert Johnson.
MSA S 989-4135, MdHR 4596-29  1 /6 /4 /28.

1782, Jul. 29.
BEATTY, WILLIAM et al., Justices (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Petition for the return of Henry Miller's recognizance.
MSA S 989-4136, MdHR 4596-30  1 /6 /4 /28.

1782, Jul. 29.
MILLER, HENRY (FR).
Petition for return of forfeited recognizance.
MSA S 989-4137, MdHR 4596-30  1 /6 /4 /28.

1782, Jan.
CARLYLE, NORMAN to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Request for permission to go to Scotland.
MSA S 989-4138, MdHR 4596-31  1 /6 /4 /28

1782, Mar. 24.
CLERK, JAMES (AN) to GOV.
Memorial requesting permission to reside in MD.
MSA S 989-4139, MdHR 4596-32  1 /6 /4 /28.

1782, Feb. 15.
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM to BOARD OF WAR.
Petition for support.
MSA S 989-4140, MdHR 4596-33  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Sep. 28.
CHENEY, ANDREW FRANCIS (AN) to GOV.
Petition to relieve the poor prison conditions of his son, Frances T. Cheney.
MSA S 989-4141, MdHR 4596-34  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Dec. 4.
CALHOUN, JAMES, J.P. (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing a recognizance for appearance of Samuel Bedsworth.
MSA S 989-4142, MdHR 4596-35  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Dec. 4.
CALHOUN, JAMES, J.P. (BA) to GOV.
Recognizance for appearance of Samuel Bedsworth; request not to reappoint him a justice of the peace.
MSA S 989-4143, MdHR 4596-36  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 10.
HANSON, ALEXANDER.
Recognizance for appearance of Samuel Bedsworth.
MSA S 989-4144, MdHR 4596-37  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Dec. 2.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA).
Recognizance of Henry Miles and Littleton Tiles for appearance of Samuel Bedsworth.
MSA S 989-4145, MdHR 4596-38  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Oct. 22.
CYPLE, HENRY (AN) to GOV.
Petition for a retrial of his wife's assault case.
MSA S 989-4146, MdHR 4596-39  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 5.
CROCKETT, JOSEPH, Lt. Col. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Procuring barracks for soldiers.
MSA S 989-4147, MdHR 4596-40  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Dec. 26.
CARRINGTON, EDWARD, Dep. Quartermaster Gen. (Southern Army, Richmond).
Request for report of quartermaster's stores in MD.
MSA S 989-4148, MdHR 4596-41  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Jan. 27.
CONWAY, ROBERT, Capt. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Request for commission as commander on a trading vessel.
MSA S 989-4149, MdHR 4596-42  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 8.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Report of purchases; need for money; request for commission as auctioneer.
MSA S 989-4150, MdHR 4596-43  1 /6 /4 /28.

1780, Mar. 3.
GEORGE, JOSHUA (CE) to GOV.
Recommendation by field officers of Col. John D. Thompson as county lieutenant.
MSA S 989-4151, MdHR 4596-44  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 16.
SWEARINGEN, VAN (Monongahela) to GOV.
Recommendation of Capt. Tannehill and Lt. Evans.
MSA S 989-4152, MdHR 4596-45  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 16.
SULLIVAN, JAMES, Comsy. (DO) to GOV.
Report about supplying Marquis de Lafayette; question about shipment to Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-4153, MdHR 4596-46  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jan. 31.
CROCKETT, JOESPH, Col. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Provisions for troops at barracks.
MSA S 989-4154, MdHR 4596-47  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 19.
SANDERS, WILLIAM (South River) to GOV.
Skirmish on the Bay; introduction of Thomas Donnock who wants to exchange money.
MSA S 989-4155, MdHR 4596-48  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 23.
SWAN, JOHN (AN) to GOV.
Offer to sell the "Conqueror" .
MSA S 989-4156, MdHR 4596-49  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 26.
SPRIGG, THOMAS (Elizabeth Town) to GOV.
Enclosing roster of two militia companies and an account of two recruits.
MSA S 989-4157, MdHR 4596-50  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 26.
SALMON, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Mistaken imprisonment of Thomas Short.
MSA S 989-4158, MdHR 4596-51  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Apr. 4.
RUSSELL, WILLIAM et al. (BC) to GOV.
Request that the militia be called out.
MSA S 989-4159, MdHR 4596-52  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Apr. 19.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Ready to build galleys.
MSA S 989-4160, MdHR 4596-53  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jul. 23.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Request for musket balls and cartridge paper for a vessel.
MSA S 989-4161, MdHR 4596-54  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 7.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Sending troops to the head of the Bay.
MSA S 989-4162, MdHR 4596-55  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Feb. 5.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Request for exchange of prisoners.
MSA S 989-4163, MdHR 4596-56  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 5.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Suggestions pertaining to procurement of vessels.
MSA S 989-4164, MdHR 4596-57  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781.
LAMBDIN, ROBERT (Bayside, TA) to STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River).
Request for payment for planking.
MSA S 989-4165, MdHR 4596-58  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Sep. 17.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Payment for planks; procurement of masts.
MSA S 989-4166, MdHR 4596-59  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Sep. 3.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Payment of boat builders.
MSA S 989-4167, MdHR 4596-60  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Aug. 21.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Request for iron for a galley.
MSA S 989-4168, MdHR 4596-61  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jul. 24.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Agreement to go to BA to inspect a galley; discussion of shipping.
MSA S 989-4169, MdHR 4596-62  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781.
STEWARD, STEPHEN to GOV.
Spoilage of wheat and flour.
MSA S 989-4170, MdHR 4596-63  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Jul. 20.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Request for flour.
MSA S 989-4171, MdHR 4596-64  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Apr. 13.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Discussion of illness.
MSA S 989-4172, MdHR 4596-65  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Mar. 9.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Exchange of a prisoner, James Tucker.
MSA S 989-4173, MdHR 4596-66  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Sep. 6.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Request for loan of flour for shipment.
MSA S 989-4174, MdHR 4596-67  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Apr. 12.
SPRIGG, THOMAS to GOV.
Request for provisions and clothing for recruits.
MSA S 989-4175, MdHR 4596-68  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Apr. 12.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Scarcity of supplies; troop movements; attitude of soldiers; seizing of John H. Cromwell.
MSA S 989-4176, MdHR 4596-69  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Apr. 11.
DALLAM, RICHARD (Abingdon) to CALHOUN, JAMES (BA).
Report about suspected Loyalist, Hammond Cromwell.
MSA S 989-4177, MdHR 4596-70  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Apr. 14.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Purchase of beef.
MSA S 989-4178, MdHR 4596-71  1 /6 /4 /28.

1781, Apr. 17.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col.; BOWLEY & STEWART (BA) to GOV.
Offer to ship corn.
MSA S 989-4179, MdHR 4597-01  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Apr. 22.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to CHASE, JEREMIAH TOWNLEY (AN).
Report of vessel sighted; Cromwell investigation; request to appoint Jacob Brown as a lieutenant.
MSA S 989-4180, MdHR 4597-02  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Apr. 23.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Sighting of vessels; battalion armed in preparation for attack.
MSA S 989-4181, MdHR 4597-03  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Apr. 24.
SCOTT, THOMAS to GOV.
Exchange of prisoners from the "Hope" .
MSA S 989-4182, MdHR 4597-04  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Apr. 25.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA).
Strengthening of the navy to attack enemy vessels; request for commissions.
MSA S 989-4183, MdHR 4597-05  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 20.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Shipment of steers.
MSA S 989-4184, MdHR 4597-06  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 6.
SCHNEBELY, HENRY (Elizabeth Town) to COUNCIL.
Condition of horses.
MSA S 989-4185, MdHR 4597-07  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 6.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to WEST, STEPHEN (AN).
Exchange of salt with British cruiser.
MSA S 989-4186, MdHR 4597-08  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 8.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Request for order for money or flour.
MSA S 989-4187, MdHR 4597-09  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 11.
BLUNT, SAMUEL to MUIR, JOHN (AN).
Shipment of state goods on the "Potomac" .
MSA S 989-4188, MdHR 4597-10  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 11.
SMYTH, RICHARD to MUIR, JOHN (AN).
Request to load tobacco on the "Potomac" .
MSA S 989-4189, MdHR 4597-10  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 14.
STEVENS, ROBERTSON (Cambridge) to GOV.
Offer of a vessel to go as flag of truce to NY.
MSA S 989-4190, MdHR 4597-11  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 17.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Request for barrels and salt for curing.
MSA S 989-4191, MdHR 4597-12  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 19.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Request for commission for his officers.
MSA S 989-4192, MdHR 4597-13  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 23.
SCOTT, JOHN et al. (Chester Town, KE) to GOV.
Recommendations for justices.
MSA S 989-4193, MdHR 4597-14  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 27.
SMITH, JOHN (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of cloth: See 4597/17.
MSA S 989-4194, MdHR 4597-15  1 /6 /4 /29

1781.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BC).
Account for linen exchanged for flour.
MSA S 989-4195, MdHR 4597-16  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, May. 27.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Request for accounts of two vessels; acknowledgment of James Hay's commission as lieutenant.
MSA S 989-4196, MdHR 4597-18  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 1.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Acknowledgment of appointment; purchase of clothing; request for funds.
MSA S 989-4197, MdHR 4597-19  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 4.
SPRIGG, THOMAS, Clk. to GOV.
Recommendations for commissions.
MSA S 989-4198, MdHR 4597-20  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 6.
SULLIVAN, JAMES, Comsy. (DO) to GOV.
Request for order of money; sending provisions to Head of Chester.
MSA S 989-4199, MdHR 4597-21  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 8.
SMITH, SAMUEL, COL. (BA) to GOV.
Supplying clothing and tents.
MSA S 989-4200, MdHR 4597-22  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 8.
SMITH, SAMUEL.
Account for shipment of tobacco to France in exchange for linen.
MSA S 989-4201, MdHR 4597-23  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 9.
SCHNEBELY, HENRY (WA) to GOV.
Shipment of horses; report of prisoners coming through town.
MSA S 989-4202, MdHR 4597-24  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 14.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Request for approval to supply Col. Peter Adams.
MSA S 989-4203, MdHR 4597-25  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jan. 14.
SMYTH, THOMAS, JR. (KE) to BRICE, JAMES, Pres. Council.
Refusal of appointment.
MSA S 989-4204, MdHR 4597-26  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 17.
SPRIGG, THOMAS (Hagerstown) to GOV.
Request for instructions about traitors; shipment of guns to BA.
MSA S 989-4205, MdHR 4597-27  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 17.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Delay in shipment of clothing; problem in procuring blankets and swords.
MSA S 989-4206, MdHR 4597-28  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 18.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Requests for tobacco to pay contract; inability to procure tent linen.
MSA S 989-4207, MdHR 4597-29  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM.
Account for cloth seized from James Stone.
MSA S 989-4208, MdHR 4597-30  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 20.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Seizure of cloth from James Stone; request for payment and curing supplies.
MSA S 989-4209, MdHR 4597-31  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 30.
SMITH, ROBERT (Havana) to GOV.
Arrival of shipment of flour on the "Porpoise" .
MSA S 989-4210, MdHR 4597-32  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 30.
SMITH, ROBERT (Havana) to STATE.
Account for sale of flour shipment and for return shipment of sugar and hides.
MSA S 989-4211, MdHR 4597-33  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 30.
WEEMS, WILLIAM, Capt. (Havana).
Affirmation of bill of lading.
MSA S 989-4212, MdHR 4597-34  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781?
*
Invoice of sugar shipped on the "Porpoise" .
MSA S 989-4213, MdHR 4597-35  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 21.
SPRIGG, THOMAS (WA) to GOV.
Request to hold trial of Loyalist in WA rather than in FR.
MSA S 989-4214, MdHR 4597-36  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 21.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Procurement of wagons to transport supplies.
MSA S 989-4215, MdHR 4597-37  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 22.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Deliveries of flour.
MSA S 989-4216, MdHR 4597-38  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 24.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Arrest of John Parker; supplying of troops.
MSA S 989-4217, MdHR 4597-39  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 26.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to BRICE, JAMES.
Request for money to purchase supplies.
MSA S 989-4218, MdHR 4597-40  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 26.
STEWART, DAVID (BA) to FORREST, URIAH, Col. (AN).
Request for return of seized goods.
MSA S 989-4219, MdHR 4597-41  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 28.
SKINNER, JAMES, Inspector (CV) to GOV.
Pertaining to tobacco shipment.
MSA S 989-4220, MdHR 4597-42  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 29.
SULLIVAN, JAMES, Comsy. (DO) to GOV.
Enclosing invoice of goods to be purchased; request for money.
MSA S 989-4221, MdHR 4597-43  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 20.
SULLIVAN, JAMES, Comsy. (DO).
Account of sundries purchased for soldiers.
MSA S 989-4222, MdHR 4597-44  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 29.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Account for supplies.
MSA S 989-4223, MdHR 4597-45  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 29.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Forwarding clothing and other supplies; discussion of tents.
MSA S 989-4224, MdHR 4597-45  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jun. 29.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to BRICE, JAMES.
Sale of tobacco; clothing purchased.
MSA S 989-4225, MdHR 4597-46  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 1.
STRICKER, GEORGE (FR) to GOV.
Seizure of horses for the state: See 4597/47.
MSA S 989-4226, MdHR 4597-47  1 /6 /4 /29

1781, Jul. 5.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Capture of vessels by the enemy.
MSA S 989-4227, MdHR 4597-49  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 9.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (AN).
Pertaining to shipments of supplies for the military.
MSA S 989-4228, MdHR 4597-50  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 11.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Providing wages; sale of tobacco.
MSA S 989-4229, MdHR 4597-51  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781.
SMITH, SAMUEL.
Account for clothing delivered.
MSA S 989-4230, MdHR 4597-52  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 10.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Agent (BA).
Account for stores purchased for the state.
MSA S 989-4231, MdHR 4597-53  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 15.
SHRYOCK, HENRY (Hagerstown) to GOV.
Procurement of horses.
MSA S 989-4232, MdHR 4597-54  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 15.
STRICKER, GEORGE (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Procurement of horses.
MSA S 989-4233, MdHR 4597-55  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 16.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Procurement of wagons.
MSA S 989-4234, MdHR 4597-56  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul.
SMITH, SAMUEL to GOV.
Delivery of tobacco to Mr. Muir and iron to Mr. Keeports.
MSA S 989-4235, MdHR 4597-57  1 /6 /4 /29

1781, Jul. 21.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing account for deliveries.
MSA S 989-4236, MdHR 4597-58  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 21.
SMITH, SAMUEL.
List of deliveries for the state.
MSA S 989-4237, MdHR 4597-59  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 23.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Acknowledgement of orders to suspend collection of horses.
MSA S 989-4238, MdHR 4597-60  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Jul. 31.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Sending tents and wagons; procuring supplies.
MSA S 989-4239, MdHR 4597-61  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 5.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Defense of city and Bay.
MSA S 989-4240, MdHR 4597-62  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 6.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Shipment of horses and cattle.
MSA S 989-4241, MdHR 4597-63  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 6.
STRICKER, GEORGE (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Shipment of horses and wagons.
MSA S 989-4242, MdHR 4597-64  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 9.
SPRIGG, THOMAS (WA) to GOV.
Select militia will march soon; enclosing receipt for clothing; list of recruits and drafts; sending collected horses; requests information about movements of enemy.
MSA S 989-4243, MdHR 4597-65  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 10.
SHRYOCK, HENRY (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Shipment of horses and a wagon; request for money.
MSA S 989-4244, MdHR 4597-66  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 6.
SHRYOCK, HENRY (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Detained by court duty in sending horses.
MSA S 989-4245, MdHR 4597-67  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 11.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Forwarding wagons and tents.
MSA S 989-4246, MdHR 4597-68  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 24.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Hiring assistants to collect cattle.
MSA S 989-4247, MdHR 4597-69  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 28.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of clothing; problems with currency.
MSA S 989-4248, MdHR 4597-70  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 29.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Shipment of cattle; request for money.
MSA S 989-4249, MdHR 4597-71  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Sep. 3.
SPRIGG, THOMAS (WA) to GOV.
Reply to allegations pertaining to unfair bounty payments to recruits.
MSA S 989-4250, MdHR 4597-72  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Sep. 12.
SMITH, ALEXANDER (George Town).
Request for advance money.
MSA S 989-4251, MdHR 4597-73  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Sep. 12.
SHAW, JAMES to GOV.
Sending list of subscribers; acknowledgement of arrival of French fleet.
MSA S 989-4252, MdHR 4597-74  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Sep. 17.
STEWART, CHARLES, Comsy. Gen. Issues (Georgetown) to GOV.
Shipment of flour and cattle to the army.
MSA S 989-4253, MdHR 4597-75  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Sep. 27.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Shipment of cattle to Georgetown; request for money.
MSA S 989-4254, MdHR 4597-76  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Sep. 27.
SMITH, SAMUEL, Col. (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-4255, MdHR 4597-77  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Sep. 28.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River) to GOV.
Spoilage of wheat.
MSA S 989-4256, MdHR 4597-78  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Oct. 26.
STEWARD, STEPHEN.
Request for the "Plater" to transport officers.
MSA S 989-4257, MdHR 4597-79  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Oct. 11.
STRICKER, GEORGE (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Shipment of horses.
MSA S 989-4258, MdHR 4597-80  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Oct. 11.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Shipment of horses.
MSA S 989-4259, MdHR 4597-81  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Oct. 13.
STUMP, JOHN, JR. to GOV.
Request for his books and papers.
MSA S 989-4260, MdHR 4597-82  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Oct. 18.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Shipment of cattle; request for money and instructions for paying officers.
MSA S 989-4261, MdHR 4597-83  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Oct. 24.
STEWARD, STEPHEN, JR.; DORSEY, JOHN (AN).
Offer to buy a captured vessel.
MSA S 989-4262, MdHR 4597-84  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Oct. 25.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Shipment of flour and cattle.
MSA S 989-4263, MdHR 4597-85  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Nov. 7.
SULLIVAN, JAMES, Comsy. (DO).
Shipment of cattle; request for payment.
MSA S 989-4264, MdHR 4597-86  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Nov. 2.
RUMSEY, JOHN et al. (HA) to GOV.
Certification of good behavior of John Stump.
MSA S 989-4265, MdHR 4597-87  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Nov. 8.
STUMP, JOHN (HA) to GOV.
Request for his books and papers.
MSA S 989-4266, MdHR 4597-88  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Nov. 23.
SKINNER, ABRAHAM, Comsy. Gen. Prisoners (BA) to GOV.
Condition of prisoners at Fort Frederick.
MSA S 989-4267, MdHR 4597-89  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Dec. 11.
STEWARD, STEPHEN (West River).
Request for flour.
MSA S 989-4268, MdHR 4597-90  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Dec. 13.
STRICKER, GEORGE (FR) to GOV.
Request for horses.
MSA S 989-4269, MdHR 4597-91  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Dec. 6.
SMITH, PATRICK SIM (CV) to GOV.
Delivery of and accounts for cattle; purchases of wheat and pork.
MSA S 989-4270, MdHR 4597-92  1 /6 /4 /29.

1781, Aug. 28.
NESBET, ANN (MO).
Deposition pertaining to Loyalist language of John Gaskin.
MSA S 989-4271, MdHR 4598-01  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Aug. 26.
LEWIS, ISAAC (MO).
Deposition pertaining to John Gaskin.
MSA S 989-4272, MdHR 4598-02  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Aug. 31.
LEWIS, KATHERINE (MO).
Deposition concerning John Gaskin.
MSA S 989-4273, MdHR 4598-03  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Sep. 1.
HUNGERFORD, CHARLES, J.P. to GOV.
Arrest of John Gaskin.
MSA S 989-4274, MdHR 4598-04  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Apr. 7.
WOOD, JAMES (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Activities of the militia in FR.
MSA S 989-4275, MdHR 4598-05  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Apr. 11.
WEST, STEPHEN (Upper Marlboro) to GOV.
Request for arms.
MSA S 989-4276, MdHR 4598-06  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Dec. 17.
CARR, OVERTON to GOV.
Requests for release from confinement.
MSA S 989-4277, MdHR 4598-07  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Apr. 10.
WEST, STEPHEN (Woodyard) to GOV.
Enemy activities in area.
MSA S 989-4278, MdHR 4598-08  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 15.
WOOD, JAMES, Col. (Richmond) to GOV.
Inability to purchase beef and pork for Frederick Town prisoners.
MSA S 989-4279, MdHR 4598-09  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, May. 19.
WOOD, JAMES, Col. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Pertaining to Convention troops at Frederick Town.
MSA S 989-4280, MdHR 4598-10  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, May. 20.
WOOD, JAMES, Col. to JOHNSON, BAKER, Col.
Endorsement of enclosed memorial of Lt. Joshua Moore.
MSA S 989-4281, MdHR 4598-11  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, May.
MOORE, JOSHUA, Lt. to PHILLIPS, WILLIAM, Maj. Gen. (NY).
Petition requesting parole to return to Ireland.
MSA S 989-4282, MdHR 4598-12  1 /6 /4 /30

1781, May. 28.
WOOD, JAMES, Col. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Request for supplies for British prisoners.
MSA S 989-4283, MdHR 4598-13  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jun. 2.
WOOD, JAMES, Col. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Order to transfer Convention troops to MA.
MSA S 989-4284, MdHR 4598-14  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Aug. 20.
GEROCK, JOHN S. (BC) to GOV.
Requests release of his son.
MSA S 989-4285, MdHR 4598-15  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Oct. 9.
BURGESS, BENJAMIN et al. (AN) to JUDGES OF THE GENERAL COURT.
Petition requesting raise in pay.
MSA S 989-4286, MdHR 4598-16  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Oct. 6.
GORDON, JOHN, Capt. (James River, Trebells Landing) to GOV.
Pertaining to the detention of the "Plater" .
MSA S 989-4287, MdHR 4598-17  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Feb. 1.
GANTT, FIELDER (FR) to GOV.
Pertaining to British officer's petition for redress of grievances.
MSA S 989-4288, MdHR 4598-18  1 /6 /4 /30.

1777, Sep. 1.
FRENCH, HENRIETTA to GOV.
Request for relief for family.
MSA S 989-4289, MdHR 4598-19  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Oct. 16.
FRENCH, J. AND P. & NEPHEW (Bordeaux) to GOV.
Enclosing newspapers for the governor.
MSA S 989-4290, MdHR 4598-20  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Oct. 12.
FRENCH, J, AND P. & NEPHEW (Bordeaux) to GOV.
Request for payment on bill of exchange.
MSA S 989-4291, MdHR 4598-21  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Sep. 6.
HANBURY, OSGOOD; GROVE, SILVANUS; RUSSELL, JAMES (London) to FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN.
Controversy over a bill of exchange.
MSA S 989-4292, MdHR 4598-22  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Sep. 26.
RUSSELL, JAMES (London) to FRENCH, J. AND P. & NEPHEW.
Pertaining to a controversy over a bill of exchange.
MSA S 989-4293, MdHR 4598-22  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Sep. 25.
CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM.
Controversy over a bill of exchange.
MSA S 989-4294, MdHR 4598-23  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Aug. 30.
SEGOND, JAMES, Capt. (BA) to GOV.
Request for a command.
MSA S 989-4295, MdHR 4598-24  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 6.
CARROLL, BENJAMIN, Dr. (Frederick Town) to CARROLL, DANIEL (AN).
Requests extension of parole.
MSA S 989-4296, MdHR 4598-25  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780.
HALL, JOSIAH C., Col. to GOV.
Enclosing a roster.
MSA S 989-4297, MdHR 4598-26  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Apr. 2.
*
List of prisoners.
MSA S 989-4298, MdHR 4598-27  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Apr. 2.
*
List of prisoners.
MSA S 989-4299, MdHR 4598-28  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Dec. 4.
STEWART, JOHN ("Porpoise" ) to GOV.
Capture of prizes at sea.
MSA S 989-4300, MdHR 4598-29  1 /6 /4 /30.

1777, Apr. 22.
HARRISON, ROBERT (Cambridge) to GOV.
Declines commission as collector of blankets; procurement of beef: See 4598/31.
MSA S 989-4301, MdHR 4598-30  1 /6 /4 /30

1781, Jan. 11.
DUVALL, SAMUEL et al. (FR) to GOV.
List of men willing to form a cavalry unit.
MSA S 989-4302, MdHR 4598-32  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 17.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Pertaining to the calling up of the militia.
MSA S 989-4303, MdHR 4598-33  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Feb. 11.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH (WO) to GOV.
Pertaining to alleged opposition to taxation.
MSA S 989-4304, MdHR 4598-34  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Mar. 6.
DICKINSON, HENRY, E.S.T. (CA) to GOV.
Enclosing a list of balances due from the E.S.
MSA S 989-4305, MdHR 4598-35  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Mar. 5.
DICKINSON, HENRY, E.S.T. to STATE.
Balances due the state from collectors on the E.S.: See 4598/35.
MSA S 989-4306, MdHR 4598-36  1 /6 /4 /30

1781, Mar. List of crop tobacco on the E.S.: See 4
DICKINSON, HENRY, E.S.T. to STATE.
35.
MSA S 989-4307, MdHR 4598-37  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Mar. 12.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Enemy in possession of Vienna; problem with deserters.
MSA S 989-4308, MdHR 4598-38  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Mar. 13.
DASHIELL, JOSEPH, Col. (WO) to GOV.
Political condition in the county; enclosing commissions.
MSA S 989-4309, MdHR 4598-39  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 31.
HOOE, ROBERT (Alexandria) to GOV.
Reports enemy is not in the area.
MSA S 989-4310, MdHR 4598-40  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Feb. 21.
HOOE, ROBERT (Alexandria) to GOV.
French fleet anchored in Hampton; militia activities.
MSA S 989-4311, MdHR 4598-41  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 13.
HOOE, ROBERT (Alexandria) to GOV.
Enemy occupation of Richmond.
MSA S 989-4312, MdHR 4598-42  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 17.
HOOE, ROBERT (Alexandria) to GOV.
Shipment of cannon and ammunition to Alexandria.
MSA S 989-4313, MdHR 4598-43  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 21.
HOOE, ROBERT, Col. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Intelligence pertaining to enemy movements.
MSA S 989-4314, MdHR 4598-44  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 23.
HOOE, ROBERT, Col. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Order for cannons and ammunition.
MSA S 989-4315, MdHR 4598-45  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Feb. 20.
MERCER, JAMES (St. James's, Fredericksburg) Fredericksburg to HOOE, ROBERT, Col.
Enclosing a handbill; military news.
MSA S 989-4316, MdHR 4598-46  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Mar. 14.
HOOE, ROBERT T., Col. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Military intelligence.
MSA S 989-4317, MdHR 4598-47  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Mar. 9.
HOOE, ROBERT T., Col. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Military intelligence concerning Cornwallis.
MSA S 989-4318, MdHR 4598-48  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, May. 21.
HOOE, ROBERT (Alexandria) to GOV.
Military situtation in Alexandria.
MSA S 989-4319, MdHR 4598-49  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, May. 31.
HOOE, ROBERT T., Col. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Military intelligence.
MSA S 989-4320, MdHR 4598-50  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jun. 4.
HOOE, ROBERT T., Col. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Military intelligence.
MSA S 989-4321, MdHR 4598-51  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jun. 9.
HOOE, ROBERT T., Col. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Military intelligence.
MSA S 989-4322, MdHR 4598-52  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jun. 14.
HOOE, ROBERT T., Col. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Military intelligence.
MSA S 989-4323, MdHR 4598-53  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Aug. 3.
HOOE, ROBERT T., Col. (Alexandria) to GOV.
Military intelligence.
MSA S 989-4324, MdHR 4598-54  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Aug. 2.
WEEDON, GEORGE, Brig. Gen. (Fredericksburg) to COUNTY LIEUTENANT OR COMMANDING OFFICER (Fairfax Cty.
Militiary intelligence: See 4598/54.
MSA S 989-4325, MdHR 4598-55  1 /6 /4 /30

1781, Jul. 30.
BARON, JAMES, Comdre. (Millusk).
Military intelligence.
MSA S 989-4326, MdHR 4598-56  1 /6 /4 /30.

1789, Feb. 23.
HOWELL, JOSEPH, JR., Paymaster Gen. (NY) to RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER.
Recommendation of John White.
MSA S 989-4327, MdHR 4598-57  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Mar. 10.
PURVIANCE, ROBERT; PATTERSON, WILLIAM; RIDLEY, MATTHEW, merchants (BC) to GOV.
Enclosing a letter pertaining to troops at Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-4328, MdHR 4598-58  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Mar. 6.
MCHENRY, JAMES to MERCHANTS (BC).
Request for assistance in military campaign: See 4598/60.
MSA S 989-4329, MdHR 4598-59  1 /6 /4 /30

1781, May. 17.
PLATER, GEORGE; THOMAS, JOHN ALLEN (SM) to GOV.
Request suspension of militia draft.
MSA S 989-4330, MdHR 4598-61  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781.
GASKIN, JOHN to GOV.
Petition declaring innocence.
MSA S 989-4331, MdHR 4598-62  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Feb. 5.
NICHOLSON, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Inquiry into public naval property.
MSA S 989-4332, MdHR 4598-63  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Apr. 9.
NICHOLSON, JAMES, Comdre. (Rock Hall) to GOV.
Enemy vessels near Head of Elk.
MSA S 989-4333, MdHR 4598-64  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jul. 2.
ANDERSON, JOHN.
Military information by a British deserter.
MSA S 989-4334, MdHR 4598-65  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781?
INHABITANTS (BC) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Petition requesting regulation of vendue masters.
MSA S 989-4335, MdHR 4598-66  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 16.
GOLDSBOROUGH, ROBERT; SCOTT, GUSTAVUS (Cambridge) to GOV.
Request for assistance in defense of the E.S.
MSA S 989-4336, MdHR 4598-67  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Feb. 12.
FORREST, URIAH, Col. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Sale of tobacco.
MSA S 989-4337, MdHR 4598-68  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Apr. 11.
ROGERS, JOHN; CONTEE, THOMAS; SIM, JOSEPH (Upper Marlboro) to GOV.
Request for arms and supplies for the militia.
MSA S 989-4338, MdHR 4598-69  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Sep. 7.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS (Georgetown) to CARROLL, DANIEL (AN).
Enclosing copy of letter from Col. Richard Smith; purchase of beef.
MSA S 989-4339, MdHR 4598-70  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jun. 19.
FORD, JOSEPH (Leonard Town) to GOV.
Problems with procuring supplies.
MSA S 989-4340, MdHR 4598-71  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Nov. 21.
RAWLINGS, MOSES, Col. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Advises keeping prisoners at Frederick Town.
MSA S 989-4341, MdHR 4598-72  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Feb. 17.
FORREST, URIAH, Col. (Philadelphia) to WILKINSON, JAMES, Gen.
Sale of tobacco to purchase supplies.
MSA S 989-4342, MdHR 4598-73  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Dec. 11.
SHOEMAKER, JOSEPH.
Testimony of British prisoners.
MSA S 989-4343, MdHR 4598-74  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Dec. 29.
LINDENBERGER, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Exchange of prisoners.
MSA S 989-4344, MdHR 4598-75  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Dec. 29.
SHOEMAKER, JOSEPH (BC) to GOV.
Request to be exchanged.
MSA S 989-4345, MdHR 4598-76  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Dec. 11.
COVINGTON, SAMUEL; HOLBROOK, THOMAS (SO) to STATE.
Bond for personal appearance of Joseph Whaland to answer charge of treason: See 4598/78.
MSA S 989-4346, MdHR 4598-77  1 /6 /4 /30

1781, Jan. 7.
MARTIN, LUTHER (BC) to GOV.
Recommendation of parole for Joseph Shoemaker.
MSA S 989-4347, MdHR 4598-79  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Jan. 7.
SHOEMAKER, JOSEPH (BA Jail) to GOV.
Request for parole.
MSA S 989-4348, MdHR 4598-80  1 /6 /4 /30.

1777, May. 7.
CONTEE, THOMAS (Nottingham) to GOV.
Recommendation of Samuel Sadler for a commission.
MSA S 989-4349, MdHR 4598-81  1 /6 /4 /30.

1777, Jun. 29.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES to GOV.
Recommendation for county lieutenants.
MSA S 989-4350, MdHR 4598-82  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780?
SHEAFF, HENRY (BC) to GOV.
Petition requesting permission for his family to travel to NY.
MSA S 989-4351, MdHR 4598-83  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780, Nov. 4.
SLATER, ROBERT to GOV.
Petition to allow his grandchildren to go to NY.
MSA S 989-4352, MdHR 4598-84  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780?
SAMSON, JOHN (HA) to GOV.
Petition for discharge from the army.
MSA S 989-4353, MdHR 4598-85  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781?
SMALL, CHARLOTTE (AN) to GOV.
Memorial requesting pass to NY: See 4598/87.
MSA S 989-4354, MdHR 4598-86  1 /6 /4 /30

1780?
SCHLEY, JOHN to GOV.
Petition requesting discharge or furlough.
MSA S 989-4355, MdHR 4598-88  1 /6 /4 /30.

1780.
SHELLMIRE, MARY to GOV.
Petition for relief.
MSA S 989-4356, MdHR 4598-89  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781?
TISDALE, CATHERINE; SULLIVAN, MARGARET to GOV.
Petition for relief.
MSA S 989-4357, MdHR 4598-90  1 /6 /4 /30.

1782, Apr. 29.
SLUBEY, WILLIAM (KE) to GOV.
Petition for permission to travel to NY.
MSA S 989-4358, MdHR 4598-91  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Mar. 1.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY, Quartermaster Gen. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Request for armed vessels and provisions for Lafayette and his men.
MSA S 989-4359, MdHR 4598-92  1 /6 /4 /30.

1781, Feb. 26.
POE, DAVID (BA) to GOV.
Explanation for delays in dispatches.
MSA S 989-4360, MdHR 4598-93  1 /6 /4 /30.

1782, Sep. 10.
INTENDANT to GOV.
Request for information about supply charges.
MSA S 989-4361, MdHR 4599-01  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Feb. 5.
MARTIN, LUTHER (BC) to GOV.
Testimony about an altercation at Fells Point started by Stephen Joyce and resulting in the death of a bystander.
MSA S 989-4362, MdHR 4599-02  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Apr. 22.
JENINGS, EDMUND (Brussels) to GOV.
Receipt of his nomination as agent to sell stock in England.
MSA S 989-4363, MdHR 4599-03  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Aug. 11.
GILES, EDWARD, Maj. to GOV.
Request to authorize prisoner exchange.
MSA S 989-4364, MdHR 4599-04  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Jul. 22.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-4365, MdHR 4599-05  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Jul. 2.
JOHNSON, JOHN, Asst. Dep. Quartermaster Gen. (Head of Elk).
Sale of spoiled fish.
MSA S 989-4366, MdHR 4599-06  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Jul. 2.
JOHNSON, JOHN, Dep. Quartermaster Gen. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Complaint about spoiled fish.
MSA S 989-4367, MdHR 4599-06  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Jul. 24.
*
List of provisions delivered to John Davidson by John Shaw.
MSA S 989-4368, MdHR 4599-07  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Jun. 6.
HARRISON, JOSEPH HANSON (CH) to SPEAKER, HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Inability to attend meeting.
MSA S 989-4369, MdHR 4599-08  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Oct. 16.
CALHOUN, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Purchase and receipt of provisions.
MSA S 989-4370, MdHR 4599-09  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Oct. 16.
CALHOUN, JAMES, Comsy. Purchases (BA) to GOV.
Account of provisions.
MSA S 989-4371, MdHR 4599-10  1 /6 /4 /31.

1783, Apr. 5.
THOMAS, PHILIP, Dr. (FR) to GOV.
Request for aid for sick soldiers.
MSA S 989-4372, MdHR 4599-11  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Feb. 5.
DICK, JAMES (London Town) to GOV.
Request for permission for Mrs. Steward to return to MD from NY.
MSA S 989-4373, MdHR 4599-12  1 /6 /4 /31.

1783, Jul. 13.
DASHIELL, GEORGE, Col. (SO) to GOV.
Request that Lt. Atkinson be given permission to visit his family in NY.
MSA S 989-4374, MdHR 4599-13  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Feb. 12.
GUNBY, JOHN, Col. ("Camp near Morris Town" ) to GOV.
Receipt of enlistment bounty.
MSA S 989-4375, MdHR 4599-14  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Nov. 28.
DASHIELL, GEORGE (SO) to GOV.
Request that Lt. Atkinson be given permission to return to MD.
MSA S 989-4376, MdHR 4599-15  1 /6 /4 /31.

1783, Nov. 29.
ATKINSON, WILLIAM (SO) to GOV.
Request to remain with his family.
MSA S 989-4377, MdHR 4599-16  1 /6 /4 /31.

1783, Jun. 10.
ATKINSON, WILLIAM (NY) to DASHIELL, GEORGE, Brig. Gen.
Request for permission to visit his mother.
MSA S 989-4378, MdHR 4599-17  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Feb. 18.
JOHNSON, THOMAS (Frederick Town).
Order to arrest Thomas Wall as a danger to the state.
MSA S 989-4379, MdHR 4599-18  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Dec. 13.
JOHNSON, THOMAS (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Need for wood; recommendation of George Dent as surveyor.
MSA S 989-4380, MdHR 4599-19  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, May. 3.
GUNBY, JOHN, Col. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Troop movements; request for troop information.
MSA S 989-4381, MdHR 4599-20  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Mar. 18.
CARROLL, DANIEL (BA) to GOV.
Request for permission for his relative, Dr. Carroll, to visit him.
MSA S 989-4382, MdHR 4599-21  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Aug. 1.
CHASE, JEREMIAH T. (BC) to GOV.
Purchase of blankets and shoes.
MSA S 989-4383, MdHR 4599-22  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Aug. 1.
*
Account of blankets and shoes.
MSA S 989-4384, MdHR 4599-23  1 /6 /4 /31.

1783, Feb. 20.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to GOV.
Feasibility of levying an embargo.
MSA S 989-4385, MdHR 4599-24  1 /6 /4 /31.

1783, Jan. 24.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Settlement of accounts.
MSA S 989-4386, MdHR 4599-25  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Sep. 11.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Request to be replaced as register of wills.
MSA S 989-4387, MdHR 4599-26  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Sep. 14.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Procurement of vessels; supply of horses.
MSA S 989-4388, MdHR 4599-27  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Apr. 26.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN) to GOV.
Payment of substitute and regular troops.
MSA S 989-4389, MdHR 4599-28  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Apr. 23.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS to GOV.
Payment of accounts from the treasury; refusal to accept red money.
MSA S 989-4390, MdHR 4599-29  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Mar. 30.
GOV. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Agreement to pay Col. Samuel Smith for the "Cato" .
MSA S 989-4391, MdHR 4599-30  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Apr. 19.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Request for funds for governmental expenses.
MSA S 989-4392, MdHR 4599-31  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Jan. 26.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS to GOV.
Consideration of appointment as intendant.
MSA S 989-4393, MdHR 4599-32  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Dec. 20.
JACKSON, GEORGE (Head of Chester) to GOV.
Request for the return of his records seized during an issuance of a warrant.
MSA S 989-4394, MdHR 4599-33  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782?, Jan. 7.
JACKSON, GEORGE (Head of Chester, KE) to GOV.
Request for the return of his seized records.
MSA S 989-4395, MdHR 4599-34  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, May. 25.
JORDAN, JEREMIAH (SM) to BARNES, RICHARD (AN).
Request for gunpowder.
MSA S 989-4396, MdHR 4599-35  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Aug. 21.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Settlement of accounts.
MSA S 989-4397, MdHR 4599-36  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Oct. 10.
JOHNSON, JOSHUA (Nantes, France) to GOV.
Opinion of Benjamin Franklin concerning obtaining loans; MD funds on deposit in England.
MSA S 989-4398, MdHR 4599-37  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Feb. 20.
JOHNSON, JOSHUA (Nantes, France) to GOV.
Refusal of trustees in England to settle accounts; continuation of war.
MSA S 989-4399, MdHR 4599-37  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Apr. 18.
GRASON, THOMAS (Bayside) to GOV.
Need for arms and supplies; recommendations for officers'commissions.
MSA S 989-4400, MdHR 4599-38  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Apr. 11.
GRASON, THOMAS, Comdre. (Bayside, TA) to GOV.
Repair of vessels; recruitment of men in QA; need for supplies.
MSA S 989-4401, MdHR 4599-39  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Apr. 30.
GRASON, THOMAS, Comdr. (Bayside) to GOV.
Ship movements; recruitment of men; troop embarkation.
MSA S 989-4402, MdHR 4599-40  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782?
*
Alterations to be made on the "Chester" .
MSA S 989-4403, MdHR 4599-41  1 /6 /4 /31.

1778, Jul. 16.
GRASON, THOMAS, Comdre.
Request for cash for provisions.
MSA S 989-4404, MdHR 4599-42  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780?
GRASON, THOMAS.
Procedure for provisioning an English warship.
MSA S 989-4405, MdHR 4599-43  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Mar. 13.
NELSON, ROBERT to FORREST, URIAH, Col. (AN).
Request that money be given to Capt. Benjamin Price for expenses of the Southern prisoners of the MD Line.
MSA S 989-4406, MdHR 4599-44  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Jun. 7.
NICHOLSON, BENJAMIN, Col. (BC) to GOV.
Supplying arms to the troops; list of men in the company.
MSA S 989-4407, MdHR 4599-45  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781?
*
Muster roll of a cavalry unit.
MSA S 989-4408, MdHR 4599-46  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Mar. 4.
OCHILTREE, DUN (AN) to GOV.
Request for information about payment of draughts.
MSA S 989-4409, MdHR 4599-47  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Mar. 21.
WINDER, WILLIAM et al. (SO).
Proposal to build a barge for the protection of the Bay.
MSA S 989-4410, MdHR 4599-48  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Sep. 26.
YEATES, DONALDSON, Dep. Quartermaster (Elk) to GOV.
Need for flour for Gen. Washington's army.
MSA S 989-4411, MdHR 4599-49  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Nov. 23.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY, Quartermaster (Alexandria) to GOV.
Procurement of horses.
MSA S 989-4412, MdHR 4599-50  1 /6 /4 /31.

1780, Dec. 20.
MASTER, LEGH (BA) to GOV.
Notification of a planned absence.
MSA S 989-4413, MdHR 4599-51  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Mar. 9.
MCHENRY, JAMES ("Nesbit" ) to STONE, Col.
Notice of an awaiting ship to carry dispatches to Lafayette.
MSA S 989-4414, MdHR 4599-52  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Sep. 30.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Recommendation of John Muschett to replace him as register of wills.
MSA S 989-4415, MdHR 4599-53  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Oct. 5.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Shipment and exchange of horses.
MSA S 989-4416, MdHR 4599-54  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Oct. 11.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Maj. Gen.
Request for an appointment for Dr. Harrison.
MSA S 989-4417, MdHR 4599-55  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Sep. 10.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Purchase and appraisal of horses.
MSA S 989-4418, MdHR 4599-56  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Sep. 6.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Port Tobacco) to GOV.
Procurement of iron.
MSA S 989-4419, MdHR 4599-57  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Aug. 14.
JENIFER, DANIEL (Piscataway) to GOV.
Cost of cargo.
MSA S 989-4420, MdHR 4599-58  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Dec. 4.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Request to pay for soldiers'clothing with tobacco.
MSA S 989-4421, MdHR 4599-59  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Aug. 27.
CONTEE, THOMAS (Brookfield) to GOV.
Terms of his bond.
MSA S 989-4422, MdHR 4599-60  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Aug. 22.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Notice of a request to the treasurer to accept the paymaster's note.
MSA S 989-4423, MdHR 4599-61  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Aug. 22.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN) to GOV.
Supplying clothing to the Southern Army; sale of tobacco; treasury funds; payment of an armorer.
MSA S 989-4424, MdHR 4599-62  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Jul. 30.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Acknowledgement of request to Gen. William Samllwood to return money.
MSA S 989-4425, MdHR 4599-63  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Aug. 13.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Agreement with Col. Moses Rawlings to supply flour to the British prisoners.
MSA S 989-4426, MdHR 4599-64  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Jul. 25.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Gen.
Request to return money.
MSA S 989-4427, MdHR 4599-65  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Jul. 29.
SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Gen. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Defense of his request for money for recruiting.
MSA S 989-4428, MdHR 4599-66  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Jul. 25.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to RAWLINGS, MOSES, Col. (WA).
Wintering of cattle; disposal of wheat and flour.
MSA S 989-4429, MdHR 4599-67  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to RAWLINGS, MOSES, Col.
Contract to supply wheat.
MSA S 989-4430, MdHR 4599-68  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Jul. 27.
RAWLINGS, MOSES, Col. to STATE.
Account for flour.
MSA S 989-4431, MdHR 4599-69  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Aug. 19.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Defense of his actions; conduct and performance of his duties.
MSA S 989-4432, MdHR 4599-70  1 /6 /4 /31.

1786, Nov. 28.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR. (AN) to GOV.
Application for the position as register of the Court of Chancery.
MSA S 989-4433, MdHR 4599-71  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Sep. 21.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Certification of deposit into the treasury for use of the barges.
MSA S 989-4434, MdHR 4599-72  1 /6 /4 /31.

1782, Aug. 29.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Controversy over flour agreement with Robert Morris; distribution of prize money.
MSA S 989-4435, MdHR 4599-73  1 /6 /4 /31.

1789, May. 13.
MARTIN, LUTHER to GOV.
Collection and settlement of accounts.
MSA S 989-4436, MdHR 4599-74  1 /6 /4 /31.

1781, Dec. 29.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies with tobacco notes.
MSA S 989-4437, MdHR 4600-01  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Oct. 22.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-4438, MdHR 4600-02  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Sep. 25.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing invoice for cloth.
MSA S 989-4439, MdHR 4600-03  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Oct. 10.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of linen.
MSA S 989-4440, MdHR 4600-04  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Aug. 29.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing an invoice of clothing.
MSA S 989-4441, MdHR 4600-05  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Jul. 12.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Shipment of cannons and ammunition.
MSA S 989-4442, MdHR 4600-06  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Jul. 1.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA).
Account of cannon delivered by Hugh Young.
MSA S 989-4443, MdHR 4600-07  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, May. 5.
RANKEN, GEORGE to GOV.
Application for appointment as a bill signer.
MSA S 989-4444, MdHR 4600-08  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, May. 5.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Pertaining to draft given as partial payment for blankets.
MSA S 989-4445, MdHR 4600-09  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, May. 1.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing an invoice for cloth.
MSA S 989-4446, MdHR 4600-10  1 /6 /4 /32.

1779.
*
Account for purchase of munitions (in French).
MSA S 989-4447, MdHR 4600-12  1 /6 /4 /32.

1779.
SAVARIT, PETER to GOV.
Supplying arms and munitions: See 4600/16 and 4600/11 for original in French.
MSA S 989-4448, MdHR 4600-13  1 /6 /4 /32

1780, Apr. 24.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-4449, MdHR 4600-14  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Apr. 26.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P.
Account of purchase of blankets, osnaburgs, and shoes.
MSA S 989-4450, MdHR 4600-15  1 /6 /4 /32.

1779.
*
Agreement between Peter Savarit and state for supplying arms and provisions: See 4600/18 for original in French.
MSA S 989-4451, MdHR 4600-17  1 /6 /4 /32

1780, Jan. 8.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Procurement of wagons.
MSA S 989-4452, MdHR 4600-19  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Jan. 12.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to MUIR, JOHN (AN).
Purchase of pewter and thread.
MSA S 989-4453, MdHR 4600-20  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Jun. 17.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Procurement of wagons.
MSA S 989-4454, MdHR 4600-21  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Jan. 25.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Procurement of wagons; request for payment of wagon masters.
MSA S 989-4455, MdHR 4600-22  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Mar. 29.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Trouble finding cloth; enclosing invoice for powder.
MSA S 989-4456, MdHR 4600-23  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Apr. 1.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Request for money to pay for stores.
MSA S 989-4457, MdHR 4600-24  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Apr. 5.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Receipt of money; purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-4458, MdHR 4600-25  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Apr. 7.
THOMPSON, JOHN (CA) to HOUSE OF DELEGATES, FLOUR COMMITTEE.
Supply of flour in district.
MSA S 989-4459, MdHR 4600-26  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Mar. 21.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Supplying shoes and coats.
MSA S 989-4460, MdHR 4600-27  1 /6 /4 /32.

1780, Apr. 14.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Purchase of blankets and buttons.
MSA S 989-4461, MdHR 4600-28  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Jan. 13.
BORDLEY, WILLIAM to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY.
Receipt of a letter: See 4600/29.
MSA S 989-4462, MdHR 4600-30  1 /6 /4 /32

1781, Jan. 14.
WILLIAMS, BARUCH to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY.
Receipt for money and a letter: See 4600/29.
MSA S 989-4463, MdHR 4600-31  1 /6 /4 /32

1781, Jan. 14.
WILLIAMS, BARUCH (CE) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY.
Receipt for a letter: See 4600/29.
MSA S 989-4464, MdHR 4600-32  1 /6 /4 /32

1781, Jan. 23.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Request for money to retrieve cannons from a sunken ship.
MSA S 989-4465, MdHR 4600-33  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Jan. 21.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Efforts to retrieve sunken vessel.
MSA S 989-4466, MdHR 4600-34  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 2.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA).
Invoice of muskets, bayonets, and cartridges sent to AN.
MSA S 989-4467, MdHR 4600-35  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 1.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Pertaining to supplies.
MSA S 989-4468, MdHR 4600-36  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 15.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Problems with supplying beef and flour.
MSA S 989-4469, MdHR 4600-37  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 2.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing an invoice for arms.
MSA S 989-4470, MdHR 4600-38  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 4.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Shipment of blankets and camp kettles.
MSA S 989-4471, MdHR 4600-39  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 24.
KEY, JOHN ROSS (FR) to GOV.
Request for assistance in recovering impressed wagons.
MSA S 989-4472, MdHR 4600-40  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 28.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Delivery of cattle and forage.
MSA S 989-4473, MdHR 4600-41  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 25.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Provisions of flour and medical stores.
MSA S 989-4474, MdHR 4600-42  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Oct. 2.
GOV. (AN) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Purchase of supplies for Gen. Washington.
MSA S 989-4475, MdHR 4600-43  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 22.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to COMMISSARY GENERAL OF PURCHASES (VA).
Shipment of flour.
MSA S 989-4476, MdHR 4600-44  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Oct. 30.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to CARROLL, CHARLES.
Delivery of wheat.
MSA S 989-4477, MdHR 4600-45  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Oct. 23.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Concerning supplies.
MSA S 989-4478, MdHR 4600-46  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Oct. 11.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Concerning supplies.
MSA S 989-4479, MdHR 4600-47  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Nov. 9.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Supplying of forage.
MSA S 989-4480, MdHR 4600-48  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Nov. 5.
YEATES, DONALDSON, Col. (Head of Elk) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Request for horses to transport supplies.
MSA S 989-4481, MdHR 4600-49  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Nov. 30.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM, Comsy. Gen. Purchases (Philadelphia) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Inability to procure salt.
MSA S 989-4482, MdHR 4600-50  1 /6 /4 /32.

1777, Nov. 24.
VAN BIBBER & HARRISON to STATE.
Account of sundry disbursements on the "Friendship" .
MSA S 989-4483, MdHR 4600-51  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Dec. 6.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Shipment of cattle; supplying forage.
MSA S 989-4484, MdHR 4600-52  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Dec. 19.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Pertaining to salt, cattle, and forage.
MSA S 989-4485, MdHR 4600-53  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Dec. 29.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Sale of tobacco; purchase of supplies.
MSA S 989-4486, MdHR 4600-54  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Dec. 19.
*
Memorandum of cloth purchased.
MSA S 989-4487, MdHR 4600-55  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 15.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM, Comsy, Gen. Purchases (Elk) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Delivery of cattle; curing of meat.
MSA S 989-4488, MdHR 4600-56  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 5.
GOV. (AN) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW (TA).
Procurement of supplies.
MSA S 989-4489, MdHR 4600-57  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 1.
GOV. (AN) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Special Council.
Procurement of salt.
MSA S 989-4490, MdHR 4600-58  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 4.
GIST, MORDECAI (BA).
Arrival of cutter with dispatches from Count de Grasse to Gen. Washington; military intelligence.
MSA S 989-4491, MdHR 4600-59  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 14.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to REED, JOSEPH.
Arrest of Daniel Brooks.
MSA S 989-4492, MdHR 4600-60  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 25.
GOV. to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Procurement of supplies for the army.
MSA S 989-4493, MdHR 4600-61  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 1.
* (Holts's Forge) to GOV.
Military intelligence.
MSA S 989-4494, MdHR 4600-62  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Sep. 12.
SPECIAL COUNCIL to SMALLWOOD, WILLIAM, Gen.
Recommendation of William Goldsborough for a commission.
MSA S 989-4495, MdHR 4600-63  1 /6 /4 /32.

1781, Aug. 25.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Delivery of flour and wheat.
MSA S 989-4496, MdHR 4601-01  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 19.
BLAKE, CHARLES (Corsica) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Shipment of flour.
MSA S 989-4497, MdHR 4601-02  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 1-Jul. 31.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk).
Account of provisions received.
MSA S 989-4498, MdHR 4601-03  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 11.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Enclosing an account of provisions received.
MSA S 989-4499, MdHR 4601-04  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 27.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Procurement of wheat to supply flour.
MSA S 989-4500, MdHR 4601-05  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 24.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Procurement of clothing for the troops.
MSA S 989-4501, MdHR 4601-06  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 27.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Shipment of munitions; procurement of blankets and cloth.
MSA S 989-4502, MdHR 4601-07  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 16.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Receipt of cannon and ammunition.
MSA S 989-4503, MdHR 4601-08  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 16.
SPECIAL COUNCIL (TA Court House) to GOV.
Procurement of horses.
MSA S 989-4504, MdHR 4601-09  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 29.
KEEPORTS, GEROGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing invoice for field pieces, ammunition, and cloth.
MSA S 989-4505, MdHR 4601-10  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 23.
BRICE, JAMES, Pres. Council (AN) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW.
Request to send the militia to secure a quantity of pork.
MSA S 989-4506, MdHR 4601-11  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 10.
GOV. (AN) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Special Council.
Request for aid in collecting horses.
MSA S 989-4507, MdHR 4601-12  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Aug. 16.
GOV. to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Special Council (TA Court House).
Location of enemy troops at NY; lack of munitions.
MSA S 989-4508, MdHR 4601-13  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jul. 13.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Manufacture of carriages and munitions.
MSA S 989-4509, MdHR 4601-14  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jul. 22.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Shipment of flour and wheat.
MSA S 989-4510, MdHR 4601-15  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jul. 2.
KEY, PHILIP to GOV.
Sale of tobacco.
MSA S 989-4511, MdHR 4601-16  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jul. 3.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Purchase of corn.
MSA S 989-4512, MdHR 4601-17  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jul. 26.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Delivery of arms and munitions; responsibility for payment.
MSA S 989-4513, MdHR 4601-18  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jul. 27.
STONE, JOHN HOSKINS, Pres. Council.
Treasury subscriptions and bonds; provision of arms.
MSA S 989-4514, MdHR 4601-19  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jul. 19.
GOV.
Forwarding money; BA merchants have not decided how to act toward the new emission.
MSA S 989-4515, MdHR 4601-20  1 /6 /4 /33.

1778, Jun. 12.
POTTER, NATHANIEL to GOV.
Request for information about supplying provisions.
MSA S 989-4516, MdHR 4601-21  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 14.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Delivery of wheat.
MSA S 989-4517, MdHR 4601-22  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 12.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Comsy. Gen. E.S. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Delivery of wheat.
MSA S 989-4518, MdHR 4601-23  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 19.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Condition of flour shipment.
MSA S 989-4519, MdHR 4601-24  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 26.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Problem encountered in the delivery of supplies.
MSA S 989-4520, MdHR 4601-25  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 2.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Status of state credit; supply of arms.
MSA S 989-4521, MdHR 4601-26  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 10.
KEY, JOHN ROSS to GOV.
Movement of troops from FR to Georgetown.
MSA S 989-4522, MdHR 4601-27  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 25.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BA) to GOV.
Purchase and delivery of munitions.
MSA S 989-4523, MdHR 4601-28  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 25.
BEALL, THOMAS; DEAKINS, LEONARD; O'NEILL, BERNARD (MO).
Inventory of horses belonging to the troops under the command of Nicholas R. Moore.
MSA S 989-4524, MdHR 4601-29  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 1.
GOV. to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Special Council.
Issuance of commissions; location of Cornwallis's troops in VA.
MSA S 989-4525, MdHR 4601-30  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jun. 3.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Resolution that funds will not be drawn on the treasurers of either shore without the approval of the legislature.
MSA S 989-4526, MdHR 4601-31  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, May. 5.
KEY, PHILIP.
Request for permission to sell tobacco.
MSA S 989-4527, MdHR 4601-32  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, May. 21.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY to GOV.
Enclosing an account of provisions.
MSA S 989-4528, MdHR 4601-33  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Apr.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Comsy. Gen. E.S.
Account of supplies received for the state.
MSA S 989-4529, MdHR 4601-34  1 /6 /4 /33

1781, May. 10.
HOLLINSGWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Collection and supply of forage and corn.
MSA S 989-4530, MdHR 4601-35  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, May. 1.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col. (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Supply of wagons for delivery of provisions.
MSA S 989-4531, MdHR 4601-36  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, May. 12.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Purchase of corn in QA from Richard Tilghman.
MSA S 989-4532, MdHR 4601-37  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, May. 31.
GOV. to PRESIDENT OF THE SPECIAL COUNCIL.
Enclosing blank naval commissions.
MSA S 989-4533, MdHR 4601-38  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, May. 12.
GOV. to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Special Council.
Approval of a commission for Mr. Grason.
MSA S 989-4534, MdHR 4601-39  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, May. 29.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Order to refit the "Experiment" .
MSA S 989-4535, MdHR 4601-40  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781?
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW et al.
Agreement to support and maintain the "Experiment" for protection of the citizens from enemy plundering.
MSA S 989-4536, MdHR 4601-41  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, May. 31.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Resolution that demands against the state be liquidated with real money; resolution to redeem late commissions.
MSA S 989-4537, MdHR 4601-42  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Apr. 13.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Need for horses to deliver provisions.
MSA S 989-4538, MdHR 4601-43  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Apr. 25.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY to GOV.
Transportation and supply of provisions.
MSA S 989-4539, MdHR 4601-44  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Apr. 16.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Need for money to purchase supplies.
MSA S 989-4540, MdHR 4601-45  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Apr. 30.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Rejection of a commission to command the fort on the Patuxent River.
MSA S 989-4541, MdHR 4601-46  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Apr. 20.
GOV. to SPECIAL COUNCIL (E.S.).
Controversy about the authority to legislate for the E.S.
MSA S 989-4542, MdHR 4601-47  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Apr. 10.
GOV. to SPECIAL COUNCIL (E.S.).
Warning about the possibility of enemy occupation and its consequences.
MSA S 989-4543, MdHR 4601-48  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781?
* to BORDLEY, WILLIAM, Lt.
Account of munitions.
MSA S 989-4544, MdHR 4601-49  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Apr. 2.
STONE, JOHN HOSKINS to SPECIAL COUNCIL (E.S.).
Shipment of supplies.
MSA S 989-4545, MdHR 4601-50  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 18.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Sighting armed vessels at mouth of the river.
MSA S 989-4546, MdHR 4601-51  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 3.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Purchase of provisions and cattle; need for money.
MSA S 989-4547, MdHR 4601-52  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 2.
VOORHEES, JOHN (George Town) to HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, Col.
Purchase of provisions.
MSA S 989-4548, MdHR 4601-53  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Feb. 28.
THOMPSON, JOHN D.; SAVIN, THOMAS; GILPIN, SAMUEL (CE).
Request that compensation for procuring provisions be given through tax discounts.
MSA S 989-4549, MdHR 4601-54  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 4.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY, State Receiver (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Recommendation that inhabitants of CE be given compensation through taxes for providing supplies.
MSA S 989-4550, MdHR 4601-54  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 18.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Delivery of clothing and ammunition.
MSA S 989-4551, MdHR 4601-55  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 14.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Enclosing an account of ammunition delivered and acquired by privateers; request for money.
MSA S 989-4552, MdHR 4601-56  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 18.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA).
Inventory of muskets and cartridges at the BC magazine.
MSA S 989-4553, MdHR 4601-57  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 28.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Delivery of arms and ammunition.
MSA S 989-4554, MdHR 4601-58  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 29.
SPECIAL COUNCIL (E.S.) to GOV.
Proclamation of the assumption of the powers of government.
MSA S 989-4555, MdHR 4601-59  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Mar. 17.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW to LIEUTENANTS, E.S. COUNTIES.
Plans to distribute arms to the militia.
MSA S 989-4556, MdHR 4601-60  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Feb. 7.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Purchase of flour and sheets.
MSA S 989-4557, MdHR 4601-61  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Feb. 12.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Purchase of flour; securing wagons.
MSA S 989-4558, MdHR 4601-62  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Feb. 19.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk) to GOV.
Purchase of flour.
MSA S 989-4559, MdHR 4601-63  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Feb.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk).
Account of flour.
MSA S 989-4560, MdHR 4601-64  1 /6 /4 /33

1781, Feb.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY (Head of Elk).
Account of flour.
MSA S 989-4561, MdHR 4601-65  1 /6 /4 /33

1781, Feb. 21.
HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY to GOV.
Enclosing an account of flour.
MSA S 989-4562, MdHR 4601-66  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781, Jan. 12.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BA) to GOV.
Request for Continental money in order to employ workmen.
MSA S 989-4563, MdHR 4601-67  1 /6 /4 /33.

1781?
*
Account of individuals supplying security to back an emission of bills of credit.
MSA S 989-4564, MdHR 4601-68  1 /6 /4 /33.

1790, Nov. 20.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Claim by Benjamin Nicholson for salary as judge of the Court of Admiralty.
MSA S 989-4565, MdHR 4602-01  1 /6 /4 /34.

1790, Feb. 8.
NICHOLSON, BENJAMIN to GOV.
Claim for salary as a judge of the Court of Admiralty.
MSA S 989-4566, MdHR 4602-02  1 /6 /4 /34.

1790, Apr. 19.
GOV.
Opinion in case of Benjamin Nicholson: See 4602/3.
MSA S 989-4567, MdHR 4602-04  1 /6 /4 /34

1782, Mar. 24.
HENRY, JOHN (SO) to GOV.
Request for proctection of the southern counties from British raids.
MSA S 989-4568, MdHR 4602-05  1 /6 /4 /34.

1780, Dec. 19.
HANSON, ALEXANDER CONTEE (AN) to GOV.
Information in the case against Col. Henry Hollingsworth.
MSA S 989-4569, MdHR 4602-06  1 /6 /4 /34.

1780, Aug. 14.
HEMSLEY, WILLIAM (QA) to GOV.
Shipment of flour; enlistment of men; requests for permission to take wheat instead of cash for militia penalties.
MSA S 989-4570, MdHR 4602-07  1 /6 /4 /34.

1782, Dec. 31.
GOV. to QUEMY, Chevalier de ("L'Emeraude" ).
Inability to aid in a cruise against British barges.
MSA S 989-4571, MdHR 4602-08  1 /6 /4 /34.

1782, Dec. 31.
GOV.
Opinions about the bill to provide for the defense of the Bay.
MSA S 989-4572, MdHR 4602-09  1 /6 /4 /34.

1782, Dec.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Opinion about an act of Congress for payment of accounts charged against the Continental Army.
MSA S 989-4573, MdHR 4602-10  1 /6 /4 /34

1782, Nov. 24.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Threat by soldiers to surround the Senate and use violence to satisfy claims against the public.
MSA S 989-4574, MdHR 4602-11  1 /6 /4 /34.

1783, Jan. 7.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Recommendation that some action be taken in the absence of the 4th District naval officer.
MSA S 989-4575, MdHR 4602-12  1 /6 /4 /34.

1783, Sep. 27.
GREENE, NATHANAEL, Gen. (AN) to GOV.
Expression of gratitude for aid in the southern campaigns.
MSA S 989-4576, MdHR 4602-13  1 /6 /4 /34.

1783, Dec. 2.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Estimate of expenses to extract land records.
MSA S 989-4577, MdHR 4602-14  1 /6 /4 /34.

1783, Dec. 2.
CALLAHAN, JOHN.
Calculation of expense to exract E.S. land records.
MSA S 989-4578, MdHR 4602-15  1 /6 /4 /34.

1784, Nov. 25.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Opinion about the power of Congress to arrest persons for contempt.
MSA S 989-4579, MdHR 4602-16  1 /6 /4 /34.

1785, Dec. 3.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
States represented and members who appeared in Congress in Nov. 17785.
MSA S 989-4580, MdHR 4602-17  1 /6 /4 /34

1785, Dec. 3.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
States represented and members present in Congress in Nov. 1785.
MSA S 989-4581, MdHR 4602-18  1 /6 /4 /34

1785, Dec. 9.
GOV. (AN) to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing dispatches from Congress.
MSA S 989-4582, MdHR 4602-19  1 /6 /4 /34.

1785, Dec. 2.
CONGRESS.
Resolution appointing John Temple as British consul general.
MSA S 989-4583, MdHR 4602-20  1 /6 /4 /34.

1785, Dec. 3.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Transmittal of an act of Congress recognizing John Temple as the British consul general.
MSA S 989-4584, MdHR 4602-21  1 /6 /4 /34.

1785, Jan. 4.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Condition of the governor's house.
MSA S 989-4585, MdHR 4602-22  1 /6 /4 /34.

1786, Jan. 3.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Transmittal of an account of representation for the last month: See 4602/24.
MSA S 989-4586, MdHR 4602-23  1 /6 /4 /34

1786, Jan. 12.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Transmittal of an account of the acts passed by various state governments.
MSA S 989-4587, MdHR 4602-25  1 /6 /4 /34.

1786, Jan. 6.
CONGRESS.
Acceptance of the Sieur de la Forest as vice consul from France.
MSA S 989-4588, MdHR 4602-26  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Dec. 18.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Forwarding congressional journals for past year.
MSA S 989-4589, MdHR 4602-27  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Nov. 28.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Transmittal of the congressional journal; poor delegate representation.
MSA S 989-4590, MdHR 4602-28  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, May. 7.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Transmittal of dispatches from Congress.
MSA S 989-4591, MdHR 4602-29  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Apr. 25.
THOMSON, CHARLES, Sec. Congress to GOV.
Transmittal of acts of Congress pertaining to coinage, land sales in the west, and posting of mail.
MSA S 989-4592, MdHR 4602-30  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Apr. 23.
CONGRESS.
Resolution permitting Constitutional Convention delegates to use the privilege of free postage.
MSA S 989-4593, MdHR 4602-31  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Apr. 21.
CONGRESS.
Resolution permitting treasury officers to purchase copper coins.
MSA S 989-4594, MdHR 4602-32  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Apr. 21.
CONGRESS to GOV.
Resolution permitting the sale of lands not allotted to Revolutionary War veterans.
MSA S 989-4595, MdHR 4602-33  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Oct. 25.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Resolutions establishing election procedures.
MSA S 989-4596, MdHR 4602-34  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Nov. 19.
GASSAWAY, JOHN, Capt. to HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Request for appointment as AA register of wills.
MSA S 989-4597, MdHR 4602-35  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, May. 18.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Transmittal of an act of Congress recognizing Phineas Bond as British consul.
MSA S 989-4598, MdHR 4602-36  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, May. 3.
CONGRESS.
Resolution recognizing Phineas Bond as British consul.
MSA S 989-4599, MdHR 4602-37  1 /6 /4 /34.

1788, May. 27.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Transmittal of a petition by Samuel Steritt.
MSA S 989-4600, MdHR 4602-38  1 /6 /4 /34.

1788, May. 17.
JAY, JOHN (Office of Foreign Affairs) to GOV.
Transmittal of an act of the government concerning trade.
MSA S 989-4601, MdHR 4602-39  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Dec. 29.
KING'S COUNCIL OF STATE (France).
Act for the encouragement of commerce between France and the U.S.
MSA S 989-4602, MdHR 4602-40  1 /6 /4 /34.

1787, Dec. 29.
LAMBERT, CHARLES GUILLAUME, Councillor of State (France) to JEFFERSON, THOMAS, Minister Pienipotentiary
Broadside explaining French commercial act.
MSA S 989-4603, MdHR 4602-41  1 /6 /4 /34.

1786, Jan. 2.
CONGRESS.
Passage of state revenue and commercial acts.
MSA S 989-4604, MdHR 4602-42  1 /6 /4 /34.

1789, Dec. 22.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing act of VA General Assembly and letter from Gov. Randolph pertaining to location of the capital city.
MSA S 989-4605, MdHR 4602-43  1 /6 /4 /34.

1789, Dec. 16.
RANDOLPH, BEVERLEY, Gov. (Richmond, VA) to GOV.
Enclosing acts and resolution of the VA General Assembly pertaining to allotment of land for the capital city.
MSA S 989-4606, MdHR 4602-44  1 /6 /4 /34.

1789, Dec. 14.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES (VA).
Resolution about the cession of land for the location of the capital city.
MSA S 989-4607, MdHR 4602-45  1 /6 /4 /34.

1789, Dec. 3.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY (VA).
An act for the cession of land for the location of the capital city.
MSA S 989-4608, MdHR 4602-46  1 /6 /4 /34.

1790, Nov. 15.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Report of attempt to settle the accounts for outstanding Revolutionary War debts.
MSA S 989-4609, MdHR 4602-47  1 /6 /4 /34.

1790, Nov. 1.
RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER (AN) to GOV.
Attempt to settle accounts between MD and the U.S. for outstanding Revolutionary War debts.
MSA S 989-4610, MdHR 4602-48  1 /6 /4 /34.

1793, Nov. 7.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Immigrations from San Domingo; use of militia and voluntary companies to maintain peace.
MSA S 989-4611, MdHR 4602-49  1 /6 /4 /34.

1801.
GRAVES, WILLIAM et al. to GOV.
Memorial requesting aid in stopping and extraditing runaway Negroes.
MSA S 989-4612, MdHR 4602-50  1 /6 /4 /34

1800.
CHAPLIN, SAMUEL et al. (KE) to GOV.
Memorial requesting aid in the recovery of runaway Negroes
MSA S 989-4613, MdHR 4602-51  1 /6 /4 /34

1801, Jan. 5
CHEW, SAMUEL (Chestertown) to BUCHANAN, THOMAS (AN).
Memorial requesting aid in recovering runaway slaves
MSA S 989-4614, MdHR 4602-52  1 /6 /4 /34

1801, Aug. 25.
RUMSEY, BENJAMIN; MACKALL, BENJAMIN (AN) to GOV.
Request for additional appointment to the Court of Appeals.
MSA S 989-4615, MdHR 4602-53  1 /6 /4 /34

1801, May.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY (CT) to GOV.
Resolution pertaining to acceptance of amendments to the Constitution
MSA S 989-4616, MdHR 4602-54  1 /6 /4 /34

1801, Nov. 7.
GOV.
Transmittal and opinions about constitutional amendments and legislation pertaining to MD.
MSA S 989-4617, MdHR 4602-55  1 /6 /4 /34

1801, Feb. 14.
HOWELL, RICHARD, Gov. (Trenton) to GOV.
Transmittal of a resolution of the NJ legislature pertaining to MD.
MSA S 989-4618, MdHR 4602-56  1 /6 /4 /34

1800, Feb. 10.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY (NJ).
Resolution about runaway Negroes from MD.
MSA S 989-4619, MdHR 4602-57  1 /6 /4 /34

1801, Sep. 28
EACOCK, JOSEPH, Inspector (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Necessity for a law requiring inspection of gunpowder in MD.
MSA S 989-4620, MdHR 4602-58  1 /6 /4 /34

1793, Nov. 23.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing letters recently received.
MSA S 989-4621, MdHR 4602-59  1 /6 /4 /34.

1793, Nov. 20.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY, Postmaster General (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Suggestion to reject the petition by Col. Garbriel Vanhorne to have exclusive rights to run a stage on the post road.
MSA S 989-4622, MdHR 4602-60  1 /6 /4 /34.

1793, Nov. 20.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY, PostMaster General (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Reasons why Col. Gabriel Vanhorne should not have exclusive rights to run a stage on the post road.
MSA S 989-4623, MdHR 4602-61  1 /6 /4 /34.

1801, Dec. 7.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing letters from the governor of TN.
MSA S 989-4624, MdHR 4602-62  1 /6 /4 /34

1801, Nov. 14
WHITE, JAMES, Speaker, Senate; DICKSON, WILLIAM, Speaker, House of Representatives.
Resolution pertaining to Constitutional amendments
MSA S 989-4625, MdHR 4602-63  1 /6 /4 /34

1801, Nov. 17.
ROANE, ARCHIBALD, Gov. (Knoxville) to GOV.
TN legislative decision about MD's proposed constitutional amendments.
MSA S 989-4626, MdHR 4602-64  1 /6 /4 /34

1794, Dec. 19.
GOV. to PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE.
Condition of the garden at the governor's house.
MSA S 989-4627, MdHR 4602-65  1 /6 /4 /34.

1794, Dec. 8.
KILTY, JOHN, Clk. Council to SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Enclosing a list of justices of the peace, associate justices, and judges of the Orphans'Court.
MSA S 989-4628, MdHR 4602-66  1 /6 /4 /34.

1801, Nov. 13.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Death notice of the register of wills in SO, Esme Bailey.
MSA S 989-4629, MdHR 4602-67  1 /6 /4 /34

1799, Nov. 19.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Enclosing a letter from Gen. Washington about the barracks at Frederick.
MSA S 989-4630, MdHR 4602-68  1 /6 /4 /34.

1801, Nov. 27.
GOV. to GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Transmittal of information dealing with a negotiation between U.S. and Great Britain pertaining to the recovery of the back stock.
MSA S 989-4631, MdHR 4602-69  1 /6 /4 /34

1778, Aug. 6.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique) to GOV.
Sale of provisions and tobacco.
MSA S 989-4632, MdHR 4603-01  1 /6 /4 /35.

1778, Aug. 5.
ROGERS, JOHN (St. Pierre, Martinique) to HARRISON, RICHARD.
Receipt of money on account.
MSA S 989-4633, MdHR 4603-02  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Feb. 11.
BEATTY, WILLIAM, Col. to GOV.
Recommendation for militia commissions.
MSA S 989-4634, MdHR 4603-03  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Dec. 8.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BC) to GOV.
Request for retirement from military duty.
MSA S 989-4635, MdHR 4603-04  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Aug. 28.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Gen. (War Office) to WOOD, JAMES, Col. (Convention Barracks, VA).
Request to allow Capt. George Brodie to enter MD.
MSA S 989-4636, MdHR 4603-05  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Sep. 20.
WOOD, JAMES, Col. (Charlottesville) to BRODIE, GEORGE, Capt. (Convention Barracks, VA).
Permission to reside in MD.
MSA S 989-4637, MdHR 4603-05  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Nov. 23.
BRODIE, GEORGE, Capt. to CAPTAIN (21st British Regt.).
Enclosing passport papers.
MSA S 989-4638, MdHR 4603-06  1 /6 /4 /35.

1778, Jul. 18.
HARRISON, RICHARD (St. Pierre, Martinique) to GOV.
Sale of the "Molly" .
MSA S 989-4639, MdHR 4603-07  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Aug. 22.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY, Quartermaster Gen. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Appointment of Donaldson Yeates as deputy quartermaster general for MD and DE.
MSA S 989-4640, MdHR 4603-08  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780?
*
List of arms delivered to Cols. Edward Lloyd and Henry Hooper.
MSA S 989-4641, MdHR 4603-09  1 /6 /4 /35.

1778.
*
Inventory of arms stored in the old State House.
MSA S 989-4642, MdHR 4603-10  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782?
*
Account of wages due a militia battalion.
MSA S 989-4643, MdHR 4603-11  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780?
*
Calculations for production cost of one firelock; calculation of cost to produce ten guns a day.
MSA S 989-4644, MdHR 4603-12  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Aug. 23.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BC) to GOV.
Accounting procedure for wheat.
MSA S 989-4645, MdHR 4603-13  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780?
STONE, JOHN HOSKINS (CH) to CONVENTION.
Offers services in military command.
MSA S 989-4646, MdHR 4603-14  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Feb. 24.
GRASON, THOMAS.
Request for a vessal.
MSA S 989-4647, MdHR 4603-15  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Jul. 6.
SMITH, SAMUEL (BC) to GOV.
Loans to the state.
MSA S 989-4648, MdHR 4603-16  1 /6 /4 /35.

1789, Oct. 1.
GOV. to PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
Receipt of copies of laws.
MSA S 989-4649, MdHR 4603-17  1 /6 /4 /35.

1784, Nov. 29.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Account for balance due from the state.
MSA S 989-4650, MdHR 4603-18  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Nov. 12.
GIBSON, JOHN, Col. (Fort Pitt) to GOV.
Discharges for MD corps.
MSA S 989-4651, MdHR 4603-19  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Nov. 22.
BRADFORD, WILLIAM, Pres. Convention (Hartford) to GOV.
Enclosing proceedings of the Convention.
MSA S 989-4652, MdHR 4603-20  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Nov. 8.
HARTFORD CONVENTION.
Resolution to send proceedings.
MSA S 989-4653, MdHR 4603-21  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Nov. 14.
HARTFORD CONVENTION (Hartford, CT) to WASHINGTON, GEORGE, Gen.
Circular letter pertaining to troop quotas and Loan Office certificates.
MSA S 989-4654, MdHR 4603-22  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Feb. 2.
FAW, ABRAHAM (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Supply of clothing for the army.
MSA S 989-4655, MdHR 4603-23  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Nov. 10.
CONGRESS.
Resolution to raise forage in the states.
MSA S 989-4656, MdHR 4603-24  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Aug. 16.
CRESWELL, JAMES (Charles Town) to GOV.
Recruiting in CE.
MSA S 989-4657, MdHR 4603-25  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Dec. 12.
PICKERING, TIMOTHY (New Burgh) to GOV.
Request for forage.
MSA S 989-4658, MdHR 4603-26  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Nov. 9.
WILKINSON, JOSEPH, Col. (Patuxent River) to GOV.
Military maneuvers.
MSA S 989-4659, MdHR 4603-27  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Nov.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
List of salaries for state officials for 1782.
MSA S 989-4660, MdHR 4603-28  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, May. 9.
CHAMBERS, JOHN (BC).
Oath of good behavior while in NY to exchange prisoners.
MSA S 989-4661, MdHR 4603-29  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, May. 2.
PENNY, JOHN.
Oath of good behavior while in NY to exchange prisoners.
MSA S 989-4662, MdHR 4603-30  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Apr. 10.
WILKINSON, JOSEPH (Lower Marlboro) to GOV.
Military maneuvers.
MSA S 989-4663, MdHR 4603-31  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Oct. 16.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Col. (TA).
Purchase and storage of provisions.
MSA S 989-4664, MdHR 4603-32  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Apr. 21.
TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Special Council (E.S.) to PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS.
Concern over an act of Congress.
MSA S 989-4665, MdHR 4603-33  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Oct. 16.
BLAINE, EPHRAIM (Oxford) to TILGHMAN, MATTHEW, Pres. Special Council (E.S.)
Payment for slaughter of cattle.
MSA S 989-4666, MdHR 4603-34  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Jan. 30.
HAMILTON, JAMES, Brig. Gen. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Construction of barracks for prisoners.
MSA S 989-4667, MdHR 4603-35  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Jul. 27.
HAMILTON, JAMES, Brig. Gen. (Near Frederick) to GOV.
List of prisoners in Fredericktown.
MSA S 989-4668, MdHR 4603-36  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Apr. 20.
HAMILTON, JAMES, Brig. Gen. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Shipment of clothing.
MSA S 989-4669, MdHR 4603-37  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Apr. 15.
HAMILTON, JAMES, Brig. Gen. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Transportation of clothing from VA.
MSA S 989-4670, MdHR 4603-38  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Mar. 26.
HAMILTON, JAMES, Brig. Gen. (Frederick Town) to GOV.
Apprehension of suspected embezzlers; request of food for troops.
MSA S 989-4671, MdHR 4603-39  1 /6 /4 /35.

1776, Nov. 12.
PADDOCK, SETH to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Pres. Council Saf.
Bond for passage to France with cargo.
MSA S 989-4672, MdHR 4603-40  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Mar. 30.
LONG, JOHN, Clk. to W.S.T.
Order to pay Col. Nathaniel Ramsey and Uriah Forrest.
MSA S 989-4673, MdHR 4603-41  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Mar. 24.
SMITH, WILLIAM to GOV.
Requests directions concerning shipment of bread.
MSA S 989-4674, MdHR 4603-42  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Feb. 7.
LINDENBERGER, GEORGE (BC).
Certification of David Poe's oath as quartermaster general.
MSA S 989-4675, MdHR 4603-43  1 /6 /4 /35.

1779, Nov. 12.
MARTIN, LUTHER to GOV.
Trial of Capt. Mansfield for killing a Frenchman.
MSA S 989-4676, MdHR 4603-44  1 /6 /4 /35.

1777?
HARDMAN, HENRY, Maj. et al. to GOV.
Petition expressing dissatisfaction with being passed over for promotions.
MSA S 989-4677, MdHR 4603-45  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Feb. 4.
MCHENRY, JAMES, Aide-de-Camp to Lafayette (BC).
Request for vessels for protection and transportation.
MSA S 989-4678, MdHR 4603-46  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Feb. 3.
MCHENRY, JAMES, Aide-de-Camp to Lafayette (BC) to GOV.
Request for vessels to transport Lafayette's troops.
MSA S 989-4679, MdHR 4603-47  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Apr. 7.
MCHENRY, JAMES (BC) to GOV.
Pertaining to provisions needed for vessels provided for defense of the Bay.
MSA S 989-4680, MdHR 4603-48  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Apr. 7.
MCHENRY, JAMES (BC) to GOV.
Acknowledgement of defense measures.
MSA S 989-4681, MdHR 4603-48  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, May. 24.
MARTIN, LUTHER to GOV.
Pertaining to suspected crime by John Hammond Cromwell.
MSA S 989-4682, MdHR 4603-49  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Apr. 12.
MCHENRY, JAMES (BC) to GOV.
Enclosing account for military service.
MSA S 989-4683, MdHR 4603-50  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Mar. 14.
MCHENRY, James, Aide-de-Camp to Lafayette ("Nesbit" ) to GOV.
Report of enemy ships off St. Jerome's.
MSA S 989-4684, MdHR 4603-51  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Apr. 4.
MCHENRY, JAMES (BC) to GOV.
Possible rendezvous with PA Line troops at BC.
MSA S 989-4685, MdHR 4603-52  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Mar. 9.
MCHENRY, JAMES, Aide-de-Camp to Lafayette ("Nesbit" ) to GOV.
Requests reception of sick soldiers at AN.
MSA S 989-4686, MdHR 4603-53  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Feb. 22.
RAMSEY, NATHANIEL (AN) to GOV.
Application for position as commissioner of confiscated property.
MSA S 989-4687, MdHR 4603-54  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Oct. 14.
MCHENRY, JAMES (BC) to GOV.
Request by Chalres Blaine to reoccupy his home taken over by French officers.
MSA S 989-4688, MdHR 4603-55  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Oct. 8.
MCHENRY, JAMES; STEPHENS, PETER; VAN BIBBER, ABRAHAM (BA) to GOV.
Recommendation of William Calhoun as justice of the peace.
MSA S 989-4689, MdHR 4603-56  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, May. 15.
GILLON, ALEXANDER, Comdre. of NC Navy to GOV.
Surrender of Bahama Islands to France.
MSA S 989-4690, MdHR 4603-57  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Jul. 30.
BARRON, JAMES (Milecreek).
Report on location and size of fleet.
MSA S 989-4691, MdHR 4603-58  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Aug. 1.
JAMES, JESSE; STEWARD, STEPHEN to HILLEGAS, MICHAEL, Continental Treasurer.
Bond for permit to become privateers.
MSA S 989-4692, MdHR 4603-59  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Nov. 20.
MAXWELL, ROBERT (KE) to GOV.
Opinion of nominees for justice of the peace in KE.
MSA S 989-4693, MdHR 4603-60  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Dec. 24.
SCOTT, JOHN (Chester Town) to LLOYD, JAMES (AN).
Report on recommendation of James Lloyd as a magistrate.
MSA S 989-4694, MdHR 4603-61  1 /6 /4 /35.

1781, Apr. 15.
MACPHERSON, WILLIAM, Maj. (Susquehanna Ferry) to LAFAYETTE, MARIE-JOSEPH, Marquis de.
Report of two prisoners on a British ship.
MSA S 989-4695, MdHR 4603-62  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Mar. 5.
HAMILTON, PATRICK (Charlestown) to GOV.
Account of attempt to block election of justices in KE.
MSA S 989-4696, MdHR 4603-63  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, May. 9.
HANSON, ALEXANDER CONTEE (AN) to GOV.
Capture and interrogation of Francis Tubman Chaney, accused of high treason.
MSA S 989-4697, MdHR 4603-64  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Oct. 16.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant to GOV.
Enclosing a census of MD inhabitants taken in 1782.
MSA S 989-4698, MdHR 4603-65  1 /6 /4 /35

1782, Oct. 16.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Census of inhabitants of MD taken in 1782.
MSA S 989-4699, MdHR 4603-66  1 /6 /4 /35

1782, Feb. 20.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE P. (BC) to GOV.
Account for cloth purchased.
MSA S 989-4700, MdHR 4603-67  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Feb. 6.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Sale and purchase of provisions and supplies; request for money.
MSA S 989-4701, MdHR 4603-68  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Mar. 6.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Wheat purchases; request for money.
MSA S 989-4702, MdHR 4603-69  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Jun. 17.
KEEPORTS, GEORGE (BC) to GOV.
Report on store of munitions; sale of gunpowder.
MSA S 989-4703, MdHR 4603-70  1 /6 /4 /35.

1784, Oct. 6.
CLAGETT, ALEXANDER (Hagerstown) to GOV.
Requests delay on debt payment.
MSA S 989-4704, MdHR 4603-71  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Oct. 3.
CLELAND, SAMUEL (Pipe Creek, FR) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Account for money owed by state.
MSA S 989-4705, MdHR 4603-72  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Nov. 20.
CROCKETT, JOHN (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant.
Offer to purchase tobacco.
MSA S 989-4706, MdHR 4603-73  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Dec. 15.
CROCKETT, JOHN (BC) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Price for tobacco too high.
MSA S 989-4707, MdHR 4603-74  1 /6 /4 /35.

1780, Mar.
*
List of commissaries of purchases appointed
MSA S 989-4708, MdHR 4603-75  1 /6 /4 /35

1781, May.
*
Persons appointed as collectors of horses.
MSA S 989-4709, MdHR 4603-75  1 /6 /4 /35

1783, Jan. 24.
CLELAND, SAMUEL (Pipe Creek) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Account due from the state.
MSA S 989-4710, MdHR 4603-76  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Aug. 12.
WILSON, HENRY (BA).
Account of money owed to Hercules Courtenay.
MSA S 989-4711, MdHR 4603-77  1 /6 /4 /35.

1782, Feb. 3.
GOV. to JOHNSON, THOMAS.
Preparations for the defense of the E.S.
MSA S 989-4712, MdHR 4603-78  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Feb. 7.
GOV. to INTENDANT.
Reminder of obligation to pay interest on certificates.
MSA S 989-4713, MdHR 4603-79  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Feb. 25.
GOV. to INTENDANT.
Responsibility of payment of pulbic debt and limitations of office of intendant.
MSA S 989-4714, MdHR 4603-80  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Sep. 19.
GOV. to INTENDANT.
Measures to remedy lack of funds in the treasury.
MSA S 989-4715, MdHR 4603-81  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Feb. 12.
PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL to INTENDANT.
Request for clothing for soldiers.
MSA S 989-4716, MdHR 4603-82  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Feb. 12.
PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL to INTENDANT.
List of soldiers to receive clothing.
MSA S 989-4717, MdHR 4603-83  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Feb. 7.
GOV. to INTENDANT.
Settlement of accounts owed to Maurice Simmons.
MSA S 989-4718, MdHR 4603-84  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Mar. 5.
HOLLIDAY, CLEMENT; RAMSEY, NATHANIEL, Comsrs. Conf. Prop. to INTENDANT.
Preparations for sale of confiscated property.
MSA S 989-4719, MdHR 4603-85  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Mar. 31.
GOV. to INTENDANT.
Inquiry into condition of the treasury.
MSA S 989-4720, MdHR 4603-86  1 /6 /4 /35.

1783, Mar. 15.
PAYMASTER GENERAL (Office of Finance).
Pertaining to the settlement of the accounts of the army.
MSA S 989-4721, MdHR 4604-01  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Mar. 6.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Pres. Council to INTENDANT.
Authorization of payment of delegates in Congress.
MSA S 989-4722, MdHR 4604-02  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Apr. 26.
JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (Intendant's Office) to RAWLINGS, MOSES, Col.
Payment of Capt. Henry Gaither for clothing.
MSA S 989-4723, MdHR 4604-04  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Apr. 26.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Pres. Council to INTENDANT.
Shipment of clothing to soldiers at Frederick Town.
MSA S 989-4724, MdHR 4604-04  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, May. 2.
GOV. to INTENDANT.
Orders account of all payments made to soldiers in the American army.
MSA S 989-4725, MdHR 4604-05  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Sep. 25.
STODDERT, BENJAMIN, Pres. Council to INTENDANT.
Purchase and shipment of goods.
MSA S 989-4726, MdHR 4604-06  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Oct. 30.
CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Pertaining to the accounts of Col. Uriah Forrest.
MSA S 989-4727, MdHR 4604-07  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Oct. 20.
CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Pertaining to the account of Col. Uriah Forrest.
MSA S 989-4728, MdHR 4604-08  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Oct. 7.
JACKSON, ARCHIBALD, Asst. Sec. of War to GOV.
Confirms two individuals not enrolled in MD Line.
MSA S 989-4729, MdHR 4604-09  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Feb. 20.
PURVIANCE, SAMUEL; MCHENRY, JAMES to GOV.
Purchase of vessels.
MSA S 989-4730, MdHR 4604-10  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Jan. 2.
OUTTEN, SAMUEL, Capt. to GOV.
Request for parole.
MSA S 989-4731, MdHR 4604-11  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Jan. 4.
JOHNSON, THOMAS, JR.
Permission for Samuel Outten to go to VA.
MSA S 989-4732, MdHR 4604-11  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Jan. 7.
GOV.
Appointment of Gen. Williams to naval post in fourth district.
MSA S 989-4733, MdHR 4604-12  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Jan. 27.
COUNCIL.
Remittance of fines levied for treasonable remarks by Henry Newcomer.
MSA S 989-4734, MdHR 4604-13  1 /6 /4 /36.

1782, Mar. 22.
WILLIAMS, SAMUEL (Philadelphia).
Capture of a ship by privateers.
MSA S 989-4735, MdHR 4604-14  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Feb. 21.
SENIOR, JOHN (CH).
Deposition pertaining to enemy maneuvers at Benedict.
MSA S 989-4736, MdHR 4604-15  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Feb. 21.
WALES, JOSEPH (CH).
Deposition pertaining to enemy maneuvers at Benedict.
MSA S 989-4737, MdHR 4604-15  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Feb. 21.
KENWICK, GEORGE (CH).
Deposition pertaining to enemy maneuvers at Benedict.
MSA S 989-4738, MdHR 4604-15  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Feb. 21.
FERGUSON, PHILLIP (CH).
Deposition pertaining to enemy maneuvers at Benedict on the Patuxent River.
MSA S 989-4739, MdHR 4604-15  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Feb. 21.
ANDERSON, JOSEPH (CH).
Deposition pertaining to enemy maneuvers at Benedict.
MSA S 989-4740, MdHR 4604-15  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Feb. 21.
TUBMAN, HENRY (CH).
Deposition pertaining to enemy maneuvers at Benedict.
MSA S 989-4741, MdHR 4604-15  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783?
SMITH, JOSEPH et al. to GOV.
Petition to ship provisions to NY.
MSA S 989-4742, MdHR 4604-16  1 /6 /4 /36.

1782, Nov. 28.
WATKINS, GEORGE, Capt.
List of prisoners of war.
MSA S 989-4743, MdHR 4604-17  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Jan. 6.
*
List of prisoners on board the "Trimmer" .
MSA S 989-4744, MdHR 4604-18  1 /6 /4 /36.

1782, Apr.
BOYCE, ROGER.
List of prisoners brought from NY on the "Speedwell".
MSA S 989-4745, MdHR 4604-19  1 /6 /4 /36

1782, Aug. 21.
CONGRESS.
Resolution for retrieval of lost papers.
MSA S 989-4746, MdHR 4604-20  1 /6 /4 /36.

1782, Apr. 24.
SMALLWOOD, BAYNE (BA Jail) to GOV.
Petition for pardon.
MSA S 989-4747, MdHR 4604-21  1 /6 /4 /36.

1782, May. 14.
POE, DAVID (BA) to GOV.
Pertaining to compensation for quartering French troops.
MSA S 989-4748, MdHR 4604-22  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Jan. 29.
VAN WYCH, WILLIAM to PURVIANCE, SAMUEL; PURVIANCE, ROBERT.
Maneuvers of French vessels.
MSA S 989-4749, MdHR 4604-23  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Aug. 12.
COURTENAY, HERCULES (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Enclosing statement of wheat order.
MSA S 989-4750, MdHR 4604-24  1 /6 /4 /36.

1782, Jul. 28.
CARR, WILLIAM (Dumfries) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request payment in specie certificate.
MSA S 989-4751, MdHR 4604-25  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, May. 10.
BRACCO, JOHN (TA) to GOV.
Pertaining to possible confiscation of inherited property.
MSA S 989-4752, MdHR 4604-26  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Jan. 13.
GOV. to EDEN, ROBERT.
Requests for delivery of certificates and patents.
MSA S 989-4753, MdHR 4604-27  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Dec. 28.
SMITH, WILLIAM (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Pertaining to payment of an order; deduction for carrying wheat.
MSA S 989-4754, MdHR 4604-28  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Jan. 10.
CLEMENTS, FRANCIS (MO) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Request for payment of interest on a certificate.
MSA S 989-4755, MdHR 4604-29  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Apr. 11.
GOV. to INTENDANT.
Payment of ill soldier at Frederick Town.
MSA S 989-4756, MdHR 4604-3  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Jan. 2.
DENNIS, ROBERT (WO) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Enclosing account against Col. James Martin, collector of the tax.
MSA S 989-4757, MdHR 4604-30  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Jan. 2.
COMMISSIONERS OF TAX (WO).
Certifying the account of Col. James Martin: See 4604/31.
MSA S 989-4758, MdHR 4604-31  1 /6 /4 /36

1783.
COMMISSIONERS OF TAX (FR).
Overcharge of Thomas Lee's heirs.
MSA S 989-4759, MdHR 4604-32  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Feb. 27.
COURTENAY, HERCULES (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Order for payment of the balance of an account.
MSA S 989-4760, MdHR 4604-33  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Feb. 28.
RICHMOND, CHRISTOPHER, Aud. Gen.
Account of Hercules Courtenay.
MSA S 989-4761, MdHR 4604-34  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Feb. 10.
COURTENAY, HERCULES (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request for payment of account due.
MSA S 989-4762, MdHR 4604-35  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Feb. 24.
CONWAY, RICHARD (Alexandria) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request for payment of interest on certificates.
MSA S 989-4763, MdHR 4604-36  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, May. 20.
CAWOOD, BENJAMIN to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Pertaining to request for a decision on settlement of accounts.
MSA S 989-4764, MdHR 4604-37  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Jun. 20.
CRAWFORD & CONTEE (Upper Marlboro) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Return of tobacco notes.
MSA S 989-4765, MdHR 4604-38  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Jul. 27.
CONTEE, THOMAS (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Sale of wheat.
MSA S 989-4766, MdHR 4604-39  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Jul. 28.
COMMISSIONERS (CV) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Enclosing an account with the state.
MSA S 989-4767, MdHR 4604-40  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Aug. 12.
CONTEE, THOMAS (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Pertaining to tobacco accounts.
MSA S 989-4768, MdHR 4604-41  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Nov. 1.
CONTEE, THOMAS (BA).
Purchase of pork; payment for tobacco.
MSA S 989-4769, MdHR 4604-42  1 /6 /4 /36.

1784, Mar. 28.
COMMISSIONERS FOR MD AND VA (Mount Vernon) to DICKINSON, JOHN, Pres. (PA).
Pertaining to duties on goods traveling through PA on the Potomac River.
MSA S 989-4770, MdHR 4604-43  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Nov. 20.
COMMISSIONERS FROM MD AND VA (AN).
Resolutions pertaining to water transportation.
MSA S 989-4771, MdHR 4604-44  1 /6 /4 /36.

1822, Aug. 3
*
Survey of the north branch of the Potomac River.
MSA S 989-4772, MdHR 4604-45  1 /6 /4 /36

1785, Nov. 15.
MERRYMAN, JOHN et al. (BC) to GOV.
Petition for establishment of a health office.
MSA S 989-4773, MdHR 4604-46  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Jan. 25.
CONGRESS (BA) to GOLDSBOROUGH, ROBERT, JR. (AN).
Pertaining to a case of piracy.
MSA S 989-4774, MdHR 4604-47  1 /6 /4 /36.

1783, Nov. 3.
CONGRESS.
Appointment of agents to settle army accounts.
MSA S 989-4775, MdHR 4604-48  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Jun. 24.
HINDMAN, WILLIAM (NY) to GOV.
Proceedings of Congress pertaining to foreign affairs.
MSA S 989-4776, MdHR 4604-49  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Feb. 9.
MAXWELL, JOHN (New Providence) to GOV.
Enclosing rebuttal to article published in the "Maryland Journal" .
MSA S 989-4777, MdHR 4604-50  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Feb. 22.
COOPER, JOHN (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Pertaining to payment on a bond.
MSA S 989-4778, MdHR 4604-51  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Mar. 11.
CHURCHMAN, JOHN (Charles Town) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Dispute over possession of a mill.
MSA S 989-4779, MdHR 4604-52  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Jun. 6.
CHURCHMAN, GEORGE (South River) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Request for a survey.
MSA S 989-4780, MdHR 4604-53  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, May. 14.
CLARKE, JAMES (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Confiscation of Legh Master's estate.
MSA S 989-4781, MdHR 4604-54  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, May. 31.
HOOPER, HENRY (DO) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Request by commissioners of the tax for accounts on the Nanticoke Indian lands.
MSA S 989-4782, MdHR 4604-55  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Aug. 23.
CONTEE, THOMAS to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Pertaining to Samuel Hyde's land.
MSA S 989-4783, MdHR 4604-56  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Aug.
*
List of certificates delivered to Mr. Worrale.
MSA S 989-4784, MdHR 4604-57  1 /6 /4 /36

1785, Aug. 24.
CHITTON, CHARLES (Leonard Town) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Pertaining to a dispute over land ownership.
MSA S 989-4785, MdHR 4604-58  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Oct. 12.
CROXALL, CHARLES (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Requests halt to suit over property ownership.
MSA S 989-4786, MdHR 4604-59  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Oct. 21.
CHURCHMAN, GEORGE (BA) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, (AN).
Qualifications as surveyor.
MSA S 989-4787, MdHR 4604-60  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Sep. 28.
CROMWELL, JOHN H. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Pertaining to a dispute over property.
MSA S 989-4788, MdHR 4604-61  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Jun. 21.
CHURCHMAN, GEORGE to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Application for position as surveyor.
MSA S 989-4789, MdHR 4604-62  1 /6 /4 /36.

1785, Sep. 19.
CHURCHMAN, GEORGE; CHURCHMAN, MICAJAH (CE).
Oaths as surveyors.
MSA S 989-4790, MdHR 4604-63  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, May. 10.
BOWDOIN, JAMES, Gov. (Boston) to GOV.
Printing of MD laws in MA newspapers.
MSA S 989-4791, MdHR 4604-64  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Mar. 10.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Resolution to appoint caretaker for the State House.
MSA S 989-4792, MdHR 4604-65  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Jan. 9.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Resolution that auditor general settle accounts with John Hamilton, agent to MD Line.
MSA S 989-4793, MdHR 4604-66  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, May. 25.
LANGDON, JOHN (Portsmouth, NH) to GOV.
Printing of MD laws in NH newspapers.
MSA S 989-4794, MdHR 4604-67  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Mar. 8.
SENATE to HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
Delay in voting on a measure.
MSA S 989-4795, MdHR 4604-68  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Nov. 25.
LEE, THOMAS SIM; POTTS, RICHARD; GANTT, THOMAS to GOV.
Recommendation of Maj. Hardman and Capt. Joseph Smith to command cavalry.
MSA S 989-4796, MdHR 4604-69  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, May. 3.
COUNCIL.
Resolution listing function and salary of state agent.
MSA S 989-4797, MdHR 4604-70  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, May. 31.
GOV. (AN) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS, Intendant (AN).
Procurement of iron.
MSA S 989-4798, MdHR 4604-71  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Jun. 5.
CHRISTIE, GABRIEL (Harve de Grace) to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS (AN).
Pertaining to sale of land.
MSA S 989-4799, MdHR 4604-72  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Mar. 9.
BRICE, BENEDICT.
Pertaining to the sale of wheat.
MSA S 989-4800, MdHR 4604-73  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Apr. 27.
GOV. to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Appointment as state agent.
MSA S 989-4801, MdHR 4604-74  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Sep. 20.
COUNCIL to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Request to produce accounts as agent.
MSA S 989-4802, MdHR 4604-75  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Oct. 13.
COUNCIL to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Purchase of Indian lands.
MSA S 989-4803, MdHR 4604-76  1 /6 /4 /36.

1786, Nov. 10.
COUNCIL to JENIFER, DANIEL OF ST. THOMAS.
Purchase of Indian lands.
MSA S 989-4804, MdHR 4604-77  1 /6 /4 /36.

1787, Jul. 31.
MCHENRY, JAMES (BA) to GOV.
Request for payment of expenses at Convention.
MSA S 989-4805, MdHR 4604-78  1 /6 /4 /36.

1791, Jan. 12.
STONE, MICHAEL J. (Philadelphia) to GOV.
Accepts appointment as judge of the first district.
MSA S 989-4806, MdHR 4604-79  1 /6 /4 /36.

1788, Dec. 10.
KELLY, HUGH (AN) to ASSEMBLY.
Petition for compensation for war injuries.
MSA S 989-4807, MdHR 4604-80  1 /6 /4 /36.

1789, Mar. 10.
MARTIN, LUTHER to GOV.
Opinion pertaining to judicial powers of the governor and Council.
MSA S 989-4808, MdHR 4604-82  1 /6 /4 /36.

1789, Nov. 9.
MARTIN, LUTHER to GOV.
Qualification for sheriff.
MSA S 989-4809, MdHR 4604-83  1 /6 /4 /36.

1789, Apr. 7.
MOALE, RICHARD, Clk. (BA).
Certification of appointment of Nathaniel Smith as inspector of salt provisions.
MSA S 989-4810, MdHR 4604-83  1 /6 /4 /36.

1789, May. 5.
FURNIVAL, ALEXANDER (BA) to GOV.
Application for position of port collector in BC.
MSA S 989-4811, MdHR 4604-84  1 /6 /4 /36.

1789, Oct. 3.
WHITE, JOHN (AN) to GOV.
Activities as state agent in NY.
MSA S 989-4812, MdHR 4604-85  1 /6 /4 /36.

1789, Apr. 25.
STONE, MICHAEL J. (Woodyard) to GOV.
Suggestions pertaining to import laws and duties.
MSA S 989-4813, MdHR 4604-86  1 /6 /4 /36.

1789, May. 21.
WRIGHT, SAMUEL (QA) to GOV.
Pertaining to an account of the E.S.T.
MSA S 989-4814, MdHR 4604-87  1 /6 /4 /36.

1795, Jun. 26.
ADET, PIERRE, Minister Plenipotentiary of French Republic to GOV.
Appointment of Louis Etienne Duhail as French consul.
MSA S 989-4815, MdHR 4604-88  1 /6 /4 /36.

1780, Aug. 23.
JONES, SAMUEL, Lt. Col.
List of recruits by county.
MSA S 989-4816, MdHR 4605-02  1 /6 /4 /37.

1802, Feb. 26
GIBSON, WILLIAM, Clk. County Ct. (BA).
Proceedings of the Court of Oyer and Terminer in the "State vs Alexander Kaminsky".
MSA S 989-4817, MdHR 4605-58  1 /6 /4 /37

1788, Jul.
HOLLINGSWORTH, JESSE et al.
Oaths of fidelity.
MSA S 989-4818, MdHR 4606-28  1 /6 /4 /38.

1779, Aug. 1.
CARBERRY, HENRY, Adjutant Gen. (AN).
List of commissioned officers in 6th Militia Regt. in BC.
MSA S 989-4819, MdHR 4606-54  1 /6 /4 /38.

1780, Jul. 12.
BIRCKHEAD, CHRISTOPHER, Lt. (TA) to GOV.
List of arms and ammunition in TA.
MSA S 989-4820, MdHR 4606-55  1 /6 /4 /38


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