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Journal of the Maryland Convention July 26 to August 14, 1775
Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, August 29, 1775 to July 6, 1776

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of the Council of Safety, 1775-76. 225


march to Baltimore Town, you are with the utmost Expedition
to proceed to that Place, we having empowered them to order
you there, if they should think it necessary. As soon as the
ship of War sails from thence, you are to proceed immediately
to Annapolis, such Baggage as may be necessary for you at
Baltimore Town you will carry with you, but the Residue with
the spare Arms you will order to proceed directly here under
a Guard.
9lh March 1776.

C. S. C.

[Council to Talbot Committee.]

To the Committee of Talbot County
Gentn
Alexr. Wickham was apprehend and brot before us Yes-
terday in consequence of a letter from Mr Saml Sharpe to
Messrs Wallace and Davidson setting forth that the said \Yick-
ham was a Person inimical to the Liberties of this Country and
was suspected of being on his Way to Lord Dunmore. As
the trial of Wickham before our Board would at this time
interfere with Business of great Importance to the Province,
and as the Witnesses on both sides reside on the Eastern
Shore we have thought proper to send him under the custody
of Lieutt Frazier to your Committee in Order that you may

try and determine the Truth of the Offence laid to his Charge.
You will therefore proceed to make the proper Enquiry into
this Matter and conduct yourself therein as you shall judge
most conducive to the Public Good.
I2lh March 1776

No. 47.

[Council to Dorchester Committee.]

To the Committee of Observation for Dorchester County
Gentn
We have received your letter recommending the Town of
Cambridge as the most convenient and proper Place for the
independent company of your county to be stationed at, — and
as we approve of that Place we have ordered Capt Woolford
to station his Company there.

No. 48.

[Council to Gunby.]

To Captain John Gunby
Sir.
We approve of your Conduct in providing Houses, Bedding,
Fuel and Utensils for your Company & inclose an Order on

No. 49.



 
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Journal of the Maryland Convention July 26 to August 14, 1775
Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, August 29, 1775 to July 6, 1776

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