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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, April 1, 1778 through October 26, 1779
Volume 21, Page 63   View pdf image (33K)
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of the Council of Maryland, 1778-1779. 63


Thomas Duckett first Lieut, Baruck Duckett second Lieut,
Richard Duckett Ens. Abraham Boyde Lieut Col. Thomas
Owens Williams Major of the Upper Battalion of Militia in
Prince Georges County and also to John Addison Lieut Colo
John Hawkins Lowe Major John Smith Brooks Capt, Samuel
Hepburn first Lieut, John Clark Sprigg second Lieut. Richard
Burgess Junr Ens. Humphry Belt Capt, Joshua Clark first
Lieut Joseph White Claggett second Lieut, William Nicholls
Ens. John Burgess Captain William Bowie 3d first Lieut,
Charles Clagett second Lieut, Richard Contee Ens. William
Berry Capt, George Beall 3d first Lieut, Clement Hill 3d second
Lieut. Benjamin Berry Ens. John Beans first Lieut, Theodore
Middleton second Lieut Oliver Burch Ensign of Capt. Saml
H. Beans Compy John Casey Capt. Dennis Magruder first
Lieut, Henry Rozer second Lieut, Richard Claxon Ens.
Thomas Wilcoxen first Lieut, Ignatius Wheeler second Lieut,
John Tinnerly Ens of Cap Lowe's Compy Clement Wheeler
Capt, Zachariah Berry first Lieut Mordecai Burgess second
Lieut belonging to the Middle Battalion of Militia in Prince
Georges County

C. B.

[Circular to County Lieutenants.]

In Council Ist May 1778.
Sir (Circular)
You are earnestly requested to deliver over to some Re-
cruiting Officer in the Continental Service all the Recruits
and Substitutes already furnished and which may be furnished
by ———— County, in Order to have them marched without
Delay to Wilmington or such other Post as the Commander
in Chief may think proper, first, equipping them with what
Necessaries they may require from the Stock the Purchaser of
Clothing in your County may have on Hand, the Officer
giving his receipt for the same, the Residue may be had,
Recruits & Substitutes from St Marys, Charles, Prince
George's and Ann Arundel Counties to receive Deficiency of
Cloathing at Annapolis, Baltimore and Montgomery, at Bal-
timore Town, Somerset, Worcester; Dorchester, Caroline,
Talbot, Queen Ann's and Kent, at Chester Town, Harford,
Cecil, Frederick & Washington at Camp. We are &ca
To the Lieutenants of the
several Counties

C. C.

p. 147

Saturday 2d May 1778

Present as on yesterday.
Ordered that the Western shore Treasurer pay to Lieut.

C. B.



 
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