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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 436   View pdf image (33K)
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436 Journal and Correspondence

C. B.

That the said Treasurer pay Three pounds eighteen shil-
lings to pay for one Barrel of flour for the Schooner General

Smallwood.
That the said Treasurer pay to John Smoot one hundred
twenty seven pounds three Shillings and nine pence for the
use of several of the Militia of Dorchester County due to
them per Accounts passed.
Certificate to the Western shore Treasurer that Josiah Polk
Esqr attended 62 days in Council from the 28th July.

C. C.

10

[Council to N. Smith.]

In Council Annapolis 15th Decr 1777.
Sir
We are informed that two or three Hessian Prisoners who
came thither with the Hessian Officers, are at large in Balti-
more Town, and no particular Person answerable for their
forth coming. We request that you will make Enquiry and,
if the Fact is so, and any of those who were brought by Mr
Lemmon, are returned because of their Refusal to go to the
Salt Works, you will return with them the two or three first
mentioned or if, as we wish, the Hessians should go to the
Salt Works, then we desire the two or three who are at large
may be sent by the first Opportunity, to Colo Grub, unless
they can give good security to appear at Baltimore whenever
called on. We are Sir &ca
Majr Nathl Smith.

C. B.

Tuesday 16th December 1777.
Present as on yesterday.

Ordered That the Western shore Treasurer pay to Rezin
Hammond six pounds for the hire of his Waggon in the
public Service.
That the said Treasurer pay to Col Darby Lux one thou-
sand eight hundred and eight pounds two shillings and nine
pence due to his Battalion of Marching Militia Amount of
Account passed the Board.
That the said Treasurer pay to John Bullen three hundred
and sixty three pounds fifteen Shillings Amount of Account
for wood passed.
That the Commissary of Stores at Annapolis deliver to
Captain Furnival 150 yards of Coarse wrapper or Cruder to
make beds for the Matrosses Batt.



 
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