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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 219   View pdf image (33K)
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of the Council of Maryland, 1777. 219


That the said Treasurer pay to Samuel Wilson, for the use
of John Drain two hundred and sixty three pounds, eighteen
shillings, for Amt of Acce
That the said Treasurer pay to Colonel Woolford, for the
use of Samuel Bowes and John Malone, two Soldiers in his
Company, nine Pounds, five shillings and four Pence, for their
Cloathing last Campaign.
That the said Treasurer pay to Pat'k McNemara, and John
Alexander, Soldiers Late of Captain Veazey's Company nine
Pounds, five Shillings, and four Pence, for their Cloathing last
year p Certifa
That the said Treasurer pay to James Claypole one hun-
dred and twenty two Pounds, seven shillings and six Pence
for Balance of Acct p Contract.
Ordered that the Western Shore Treasurer pay to George
Gordon four Pounds for a Musquet.

Memorandum of an Agreement between the Governor and
Council of the State of Maryland on the one Part, and Richard
Bond of Cecil County of the other Part.
Richard Bond agrees to manufacture and make for the use
of this State one thousand Gun Barrels, three Quarters of an
Inch in the Bore, and three and an half Feet in the Barrel,
well britched and Looped, and otherwise compleatly fitted,
finished and proved, ready for stocking, for which the Gov-
ernor and Council agree to allow at the Rate of thirty five
shillings p Barrel, computing Bar-Iron at the Rate of fifty five
pounds p Ton. and it is agreed that in case Bar-Iron should
rise, or fall the Price of Barrels to be rated accordingly.
Richard Bond agrees to deliver to the order of the Governor
and Council not less than sixty two Barrels p month, com-
pleatly fitted as aforesaid, the Governor and Council finding
Powder for proving said Barrels. The Gun-Barrels are to be
delivered at the Head of Elk, the Britches of the said Guns
to be so filled, that in re-boring them, the screws shall not be
touched. Witness my Hand this 17th Day of April Anno
Dom. 1777 Richd Bond.

Ordered, That the Western Shore Treasurer pay to Thomas
Coursey, for the use of Thomas Smyth three hundred, and
fifty Pounds, fourteen shillings and three Pence, for Amt of
Acct
Ordered, That the Western Shore Treasurer pay to William
Thompson a Serjeant of late Captain Veazey's Company four
pounds, twelve shillings, and eight Pence, for Cloathing last
Campaign.
That the said Treasurer pay to Jeremiah Carroll four pounds,

C. B.



 
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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
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