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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 74   View pdf image (33K)
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74 Journal and Correspondence

C. S. E.

23. Corns Forrester

49 Martin Conden,

24. Barny Quin,

50. Timy Donovan

25 Frans De Shields,

51. Hugh McDoole

26. John Hanlon

52. Fredk Pine

27. Luke Gardiner

53. Philip Sitzler

28. John Pearson

54. John King

29. John Howard

55. Roger ODonnell,

30. David White

56. John Brady

31. James Barry,

57. Barthw Donohoe

32. Robt Mitchell,

58. Mathw Kelly

33. Chas Cloes

59. Wm Reed,

34. Thos Robinson

60. Joseph Wilkes

35 Saml Thompson

61. David Thomas

36 Hugh Martin,

62 Robert Toole

37. Richd Burke

63. John Gorman

38. Thomas Smith

64. Edmund Walsh

39. John Clarke

65. Fras Malgawran,

40. John Shly

66. Patk Slaughness :

41. Jacob Boager,

67. David Walsh,

42. Peter Richards

68. Wm Culbertstan

43. Wm Forbes

69. George Rees,

44. Jno Forrester

70. Edwd Coughlan

45. Alexr Forrester

71. John Curtis

46. Stephen Fennell

72. Andrew Shreek

47. Henry Carroll,

73. George Gitnere

48. Thos Connor

74. Ellack McMullin :

[Jesse Hollingsworth to Council.]

Sirs. Baltimore January 24th 1777.

I have made bold to draw on you for a large sum, but you
may depend I have a right to part of the draft, and soon
shall be for the whole. Pleas honner my draft, I am pre-
paring the cargo for the Brig as fast as possible and laying in
provitions for the ship Defence with all kinds of neseryes, and
geting the Ship Liddia fit for her cargo. There must be one
new mast and I propose to put her provitions on bord for the
voige. Pleas let mee no if I am to supply Capt. Walker of
the Gundela I have let him have £100. Mr Stuard says hee
cannot give you a State of the a count till you let him now
the proportion you clame and the men's proportion, which hee
has not yet been acquainted with. Capt. Kook wants mee to
provide blankets and shirt and Trousers with a number of
other things that will be very hard to get here, from,

Your humble Servant,

The Honnorable Counsill of Jesse Hollingsworth.
Safety of Maryland at Anapolis


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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 74   View pdf image (33K)
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