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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 40   View pdf image (33K)
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40 Journal and Correspondence

C. S. J.

to the Committee of Observation for Baltimore County, Copy
of No 104 to Col. Robert T. Hooe, and Copy of No 105 to
Brigadier Genl Hooper.
Ordered that Brigadier General Buchanan, or in his

Absence, the Committee of Observation for Baltimore County,
be requested to give the proper Directions for stationing
Guards of Militia, out of the Inhabitants of Baltimore Town, and
the neighbourhood thereof, over the public Stores, State
Prisoners and otherwise, as to him or them shall seem neces-
sary and expedient for the Interest and Advantage of the
Community.
Adjourned till Monday morning 10 O'Clk.

The End of the Book No 2.
Test, G. Duvall Cl.

C. S. C.
No. 101.

[Council to Jesse Hollingsworth.]

11th January 1777.
Sir. We received your favour of yesterday informing us
that you can get the ship for four thousand four Hundred
pounds, which we agree to, and beg you will take her for this
State. We are, &c
To Mr Jesse Hollingsworth.

No. 102.

[Council to Henry Hollingsworth.]

January 11th 1777
Sir, We are favoured with your's of the 10th instant, and
observe what you say regarding the prisoners at Philidelphia
or Lancaster who may assist you in your Gun Lock Manufac-
tory. They being in a different State we conceive ourselves
not authorized to make such a solicitation, but would recom-
mend it to you to converse with our Delegates in Congress
on the subject, which you may conveniently do, as you are on
the spot, and get permission from that Body in which we wish
you success. We are, &c.
To Mr. Henry Hollingsworth.

No. 103.

[Council to Baltimore Committee.]

January 11th 1777.
Gentlemen, Captain Furnival complains, and we appre-
hend very justly, of the hard Duty his men are obliged to do
in keeping Guard in Baltimore Town over the public Stores;
we have inclosed an order to Brigadier General Buchanan to



 
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