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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 231   View pdf image (33K)
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of the Council of Maryland, 1777. 231


[Washington to Gov. Johnson.]

Head quarters, Morris Town 26th April 1777
Sir: I am honoured with yours of the19th inclosing a list
of the Field officers of your Battalions, with the arrangement
of their Rank. I have never received Returns from any of
the Colonels, except Colo Price, of the state of their Regiments ;
if Genl Smallwood is at Annapolis, be kind enough to desire
him to collect them and transmit them to me as soon as
possible. I have the Honor to be, Sir,
Your most obl Servt
Go Washington

C. C.

Original.

[N. Smith to Gov. Johnson.]

Sir Baltimore 26th April 1777.
I wrote you yesterday by Express, Informg there was no
Prisoners of War in this Town, this day Arriv'd here, under a
Guard, Commanded by Lievt Benja Hoomes of the 2d Virginia
Regement, fourty seven Helanders Six Woman & one Child
two Graniders of the 14th Regiment Taken at the grate Bridge
in Virginia, Lievt Hoomes informs me his Orders are to leave
this next Monday.
Mr Fendal takes this to his house from which have desired
him to send express to you. I am Your Excellenceys
Mo Obedt Hhble Servt
Nathl Smith

Original.

April 28th 1777.
Present the same members, as on Saturday.

Ordered That the Western Shore Treasurer pay to George
Robertson four Pounds, ten shillings for Amt of Acct
That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Captain George
Cooke three hundred and forty yards of Hendal Cotton.
Ordered That the Western Shore Treasurer pay to Revd
Walter Harrison by order & pr Draught of Jenifer & Hooe
one hundred pounds on Acct
That the said Treasurer pay to Doctr Barton Tabbs seventy
two pounds, ten shillings, for Amt of Acce
That the said Treasurer pay to William Whatcroft forty five
pounds, one shilling and six Pence for Amt of Acct
The Reverend Mr John Bowie having made his Appearance,
according to the Condition of his Bond dated the 29th Day of
March last. It is ordred that the said Bowie until the further
order of the Governor & Council be confined to Montgomery
County, and that part of Prince George's County which lies to
the westward of the Road leading from Addison's Ferry on

C. B.



 
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