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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1732:1753
Volume 28, Page 490   View pdf image (33K)
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490 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland^ 1 750.

Lib. C. B.

I have been Informed by Mr Scarborough that Several People

have Acted in a most Outrageous manner & even Magistrates
in Contempt of all Law and Government. I desire you will
be so Good as to Inquire of Mr Scarborough about these
Matters and that if you find them true, you will call upon
Some of the most Refractory of the offenders for Bail for their
Appearance at the Provincial Court, and if they refuse to give
Bail to commit them. I am
Your most humble Servant
To Robert Jenckins Henry Esqr Saml Ogle

At a Council held in the Council Chamber on Thursday the
18th day of October in the 36th year of his Lordships Dominion
Annoq Domini 1750

His Excellency Samuel Ogle Esqr Governor

The honble

Benjamin Tasker Esqr
Col Charles Hammond
Philip Thomas Esqr
Daniel Dulany Esqr

Col Edward Lloyd
Richard Lee Esqr
Benedt Calvert Esqr

p. 420

Ordered that the Clerk of this Board draw an Order on the
honble Col Charles Hammond Treasurer of the Western
Shoar payable to Mr Henry Walls or Order for Twenty five
Pounds Sterling being his years Salary as Armourer of this
Province ending the 29th of September last to be paid out of
the Duty of 3d p hhd for Arms &c.
His Excellency is pleased to lay before this Board the fol-
lowing Letter of Governor Hamiltons, and the Papers therein
mentioned relating to the Indians

From the inclosed Papers containing Copies of Messages
delivered to me in behalf of his Majestys Governors, from the
Ohio Indians, and their Allies, you will See Plainly the Neces-
sity of turning your Attention to what is doing in that Part
of the world
You cannot be insensible that the Six Nations have of late
left their old Habitations and Settled on the Branches of the
Mississippi and are become more Numerous there than in the
Countrys they Left at which both the French and the Council
at Onondago are not a little allarmed.
If my Information be true, and I have it from Persons of
undoubted Credit, these Refugees of the Six Nations (If I
may use the term) the Shawones and Delawares, with their

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