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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 348   View pdf image (33K)
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348 Journal and Correspondence

C. B.

C. C.

ordered to march to the Head of the Bay and into actual

Ordered That the Western shore Treasurer pay to Colo
John Murdock one hundred and twenty five pounds for the
use of his Batt to be accounted for
That the said Treasurer pay to Charles Gartz five hundred
pounds on Account.
That the said Treasurer pay to Isaac Griest one thousand
pounds on Account.
Commissions Issued to William Hudson appointed Captain
Philip Rister first Lieut, James Griffith second Lieut Alexander
Davis Ensign, Mordecai Gosnell Capt Richard Davis first
Lieut Edward Parish second Lieut, John Dornbough Ensign,
Thomas Owings Capt David Sutherland first Lieut, William
Murphy second Lieut, Joshua Hurd Ensign, Joshua Owings
first Lieutenant William Gardner second Lieut, Thomas Stinch-
comb Ensign in Capt Nath Stinchcombs Comp and William
Kelly Ensign in Capt Christopher Owings's Compy belong-
ing to the Soldiers Delight Batt. in Baltimore County also to
Nicholas Kelly Ensign in Capt I. Cockey Owings Compy of
the Gunpowder Battalion in Baltimore County, also to
Brittingham Dickinson Capt Robert Moore first Lieut,
Caleb Shields second lieut, John Cannon Ensign, Elam Bailey
Capt Walter Smith Parker first Lieut, Joshua Gary second
Lieutenant and Samuel Wright Waters Ensign in the Balti-
more Town Batt of Militia in Baltimore County — and also to
Walter Queen Adjutant, William Bailey Capt Hezekiah Mag-
ruder first Lieut, Stophel Keser second Lieut, and Josiah Mag-
ruder Ensign of a Compy in the 29th Battalion in Frederick

[A. Hall to Gov. Johnson.]
Majr Thomas Jones has Just now been at my house on his
way to Susquehannah and I have gott Mr Vanhorn to ride out
to look for Proper Persons to be stationed at Harford Town &
Susquehannah Ferry to convey Intelligence. I have likewise to
Inform you that Doctr Henry Stephenson & some others have
been secretted at Isaac Websters house these several days
untill last night and Stephenson has made his escape from his
Plantation on board the fleet some of my men pursued him
very Close but could not gett him they gott his horse bridle
and Saddle I have ordered Isaac Webster to be taken into
Custody, he is always goeing through the People and seeing
and getting all the Intelligence he can and then up home to
the torys, he is now gone up to head Quarters to spy there

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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 348   View pdf image (33K)
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