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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 90   View pdf image (33K)
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90 Journal and Correspondence

C. S. C.

God, that they the said subscribers, were at a certain Richard
Rodes's and that a certain James Bosley and James Smith
came to the said Richard Rodes, and James Bosley asked the
said Rodes if they might come in, and the said Rodes reply'd
you may come in, and James Bosley said unto the said Rodes
I suppose you will not let me sell to-day, and the said Rodes
reply was, you may do as you please. And that Vincent
Trapling was then present at the same time, which did not
oppose the said James Bosley from selling any goods or chat-
tels, nor neither was there any clubs or sticks more than the
said Trapling had in his hand, which was a small walking cain
and was not oppos'd in any way, but desired the said James
Bosley to let matters lie till they could get some redress from
the committee.
And Charles Procer made oath that he Richard Rode,
was at Richard Rodes with the other Sub J Philip Love,
scribers, but did not hear particularly the Hill Savage
words mentioned within by the other wit- Edm Goddard.
nesses, but that he saw no opposition made to James Bosley
by any person present

his
Charles x Procer

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Baltimore County, ss. On the first day of January 1777,
the subscribers to the above deposition came before me one
of the right Honorable The Proprietary of Maryland his jus-
tices for Baltimore County, and made oath severally that the
said Deposition is Truth, and fact according to the best of
their recollection. Sworn Before
James Calder.

Baltimore County. On the 20th day of November 1776,
Came Robert Love and William Sand ford before me one of
His Lordship's Justices of the Peace for said county and made
oath on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that they the said
Robert Love and William Sandford was at a certain Richard
Rodes, and that a certain James Bosley and James Smith
came to the said Richard Rodes and James Bosley asked the
said Rodes, if they might come in, and the said Rodes reply'd,
you may come in and James Bosley said unto the said Rodes,
I suppose you'll not let me sell to day, and the said Rodes
said you may do as you please, and that Vincent Trapling was
there at the present time, which did not oppose the said James
Bosley from selling any goods and chattels, nor neither was
there any more sticks than the said Trapling had in his hand,
a small walking cain, and was not oppos'd in any ways, but
desired the said James Bosley to let matters lay till they could
get some redress from the committee, and Vincent Trapling



 
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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
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