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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7:December 31, 1776
Volume 12, Page 353   View pdf image (33K)
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of the Council of Safety, 1776.


William Johnston

Robert Moore

John Gibson

John Bowen

Henry Kuhnes

William Sutton

Robert Muckleroy

Anthony Murphy

John Harriss

William Pollard

Jacob Irissler

John Fitzgerrald

Jacob Hesse

William Veal Steuart

John Carroll

William Preston

Michael Clancy

John Burgess

Thomas Fanning

James Long

Jeremiah Leitch

Ezekiel Harris

Charles Steuart

Dennias Mannan

Herbert Alexr Wallace

John Nolland

Nicholas Rodes

Zepheniah Wallace

Nicholas Rodes Jr

William Pruett

Alexander Mason

James Jordan

John Hennes

Robert Robinson

Thos Hays.

60 Men at £5.. 10.. 0 each

£330. 00. 00

Certified by Richd Smith.

[Du Val to Council.]


Henrico County Virginia Octo 15th 1776.
Gentlemen. I have delivered to one Thomas Foster at
Hanover town on Pamonkey River 2781 Bushels of good pit
coal, agreeable to my contract with Mr Tobias Rodulph at
1/4d pr bushel our currency who by the last of march was to
have paid the money or given an order on our Treasurer both
of which he has failed to do. Mr Rodulph has not wrote nor
in any manner complied with his engagement. Altho' I could
not supply the several orders for coal, have not disposed of
the above quantity. By the inclosed you'll see what he tells
Mr Samul Parsons a gentleman from my neighbourhood. If I
had conceived that Mr Rodulph would have put me to the
trouble he has, I would not have sold him a bushel of coal.
Neither did he ever hint that your Honble Board was to have
paid for them. Mr Treasurer told me as Mr Rodulph had
given no order, he could pay no money. No vessel has
arrived for that coal. I hope your Honble Board will direct
Ro. C. Nicholas Esq to make payt and send for the coal, as I
am in want of the money.
I am Gentlemen, with great respect
Your most obdt Servt
Samuel Du Val.

[Maccubbin to Council.]


I having committed my proposials to your considerations,
should esteem it as a singular favour, if you would please to
inform me if they will be agreeable, the Currier whom I deal
with is going to the Norward to purchase leather and before
he goes I must lett him know what quanty I want, that he


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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, July 7:December 31, 1776
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