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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 140   View pdf image (33K)
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140 Journal and Correspondence

C. S. C.

[Nicholas Maccubbin to Council.]

Gentlemen. The 15th February 1777.
I have sent in my proposials to your Honours for makeing
shoes for the province Soldiers and request the favour of your
answer as I want to set of to Baltimore after leather, and want
to be at a certainty what to contract for. Am with the great
respect Your Honour's most obedt
Humble Servant,
Nichs Maccubbin.
To The Honble Council of Safty

[Joseph Dashiell to Jenifer.]

Sir. Head Quarters Salsbury 16th Feb. 1777.
The Barer Capt. Handy wates on you with two Prisoners,
Collo Richardson ordered one James King, but he is so very
ill that he is not able to march. You have already one Ben
Walsten sent up who was an ensign in Capt. Handy's com-
pany of Milisha, as I conceve he cannot continue in office any
longer, and every one of Capt. Handy's Sergons were in the
Tory Camp, I would recommend Frederick Hill as the most
proper person to fill the office of Insign in that company.
I am Sir your humble Servt
Joseph Dashiell.
Danl of St. Thomas Jenifer Annapolis

C. S. J.

Monday, February 17, 1777.
Council met. Present as on Saturday.

Ordered That the Western Shore Treasurer Pay to David
Stewart by order & for the use of Jesse Hollingsworth Four
Thousand Ninety Nine pounds Twelve Shillings and Six
pence
That the said Treasurer pay to Col Francis Ware Seven
Thousand Dollars.
Copy of Letter No 164 was sent to Jesse Hollingsworth
Ordered That the Western Shore Treasurer pay to James
Lillycrap Ten Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Three pence.
That the said Treasurer pay to John Pitt Fifteen Pounds six
Shillings Three pence.
Adjourned till next Day 10 oClock.

C. S. C.

No. 164.

[Council to Jesse Hollingsworth.]

Sir. February 17th 1777
Fill up the Brig as soon as possible & get her ready for sea
to sail with the first strong Northly Wind that may be



 
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