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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 325   View pdf image (33K)
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of the Council of Maryland, 1777. 325


[Council to N. Smith.]

In Council 4th August 1777.
Sir.

Capts Dorsey and Furnival have received Orders on the
Commissary here for a sufficient Quantity of Linen &ca for the
Use of their respective Companies. With Regard to Haver-
sacks and Knapsacks, we presume they will not be immedi-
ately wanted, and therefore, at present, we do not think it
necessary to give any particular Directions about them. If
you should think the Stores you mention to be at Baltimore
Town, can be left there with Safety, or removed to the Fort,
we shall have no Objection to your removing the Guard to
that Place at your Pleasure. We have given Lieut Judah an
Order for £800, for the Purpose of reimbursing you the
Money you have advanced in the Purchase of Beef and Bacon
for the Use of the Matrosses and for the Purchase of Flower
and Provisions and shall immediately send up to Baltimore
twelve Barrels of Beef and three Barrels of Pork for those
Troops. We are Sir &ca
Majr Nat. Smith.

C. C.
133

Tuesday 5th August 1777.
Present as on yesterday.

That the western shore Treasurer Pay to Luke Adams
twenty one Pounds eight shillings and four pence Curry due
on Acct passed by the Bd
James OHarra who inlisted in Captain Ramsays Compy of
Smallwoods Battalion, having since from sickness, become
Blind and incapable of Service is therefore discharged.
That James OHarra Draw Rations while he continues in
Annapolis & untill further Directions.
That the western shore Treasurer pay to Eastman & Neth
Seventy seven pounds, twelve shillings and Six pence on Acct
passed
That the said Treasurer Pay to Capt Spyker three hundred
Dollars on Acct of seventh Regiment (by Genl Smallwoods
Order)
That the said Treasurer pay to General Smallwood four
hundred Dollars on Account.
That the said Treasurer pay to Thomas Gantt of Calvert
County, two hundred and fifty pounds Curry for erecting Salt
Works he having given Bond William Sellman Junr Secry
That the said Treasurer Pay to William Allein of same Coty
two hundred & fifty pounds Curry for the above purpose he
having given Bond Samuel Chew Secy

C. B.



 
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