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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 467   View pdf image (33K)
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of the Council of Maryland, 1777-1778. 467


lings and two pence to be lodged with John Hanson to be by
him delivered over to Col. John Stull for the use of the march-
ing Militia of Washington County due to them per Accounts
passed the Board of Accounts.
That the said Treasurer pay to Jacob Hover seven hundred
and fifty pounds to be delivered over to Daniel Hughs Esqr
for defraying Expences of Prisoners in Washington County of
which Account to be rendered.
That the said Treasurer pay to Jacob Hover two hundred
pounds to be delivered over to Col John Stull for defraying
Expences of Prisoners in Washington County of which
Account to be rendered.
That the said Treasurer pay to Major John Steward one
thousand five hundred Dollars for the recruiting Service to be
charged to the second Regiment
That the said Treasurer pay to Joseph Meriken one hun-
dred and twenty Dollars for the recruiting Service and to be
accounted for.
1 hat the said Treasurer pay to Captain Beriah Maybury
one hundred and twenty five pounds nineteen shillings and
one penny Bal of Account passed the Board and also the
further Sum of one hundred pounds on Account
That the said Treasurer pay to James Maynard ten pounds
for Expresses as per Account passed the Board.
That the said Treasurer pay to Cornelius Mills three hun-
dred Dollars to be expended in the recruiting Service.
That the said Treasurer pay to Capt. Bennett Matthews
four hundred & thirty nine pounds one shilling & six pence
for & on Acct of the Galley Independence
Joshua Miles of the Artillery an Invalid who has long been
in the Hospital and not likely to be fit for Service is discharged.

C. B.

[Council to Stull.]

In Council 15th Jany 1778.
Sir
We send you, by Jacob Hoover, two hundred Pounds, on
Account of the Prisoners, which, we hope may last, 'til the
Commissary of Prisoners shall get his Affairs in this State in
a regular Train which we hope will be very soon. We shall be
obliged to you to send us your Accounts of the Expenditure of
the Money that the proper Charges may be made against the
Continent. We shall send up to Frederick Town the Money
to pay your Militia for the Accounts sent down, subject to
your Order
Colo John Stull. We are Sir &ca

C. C.

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