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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1732:1753
Volume 28, Page 494   View pdf image (33K)
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494 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, \ 750.

Lib. C. B.

you further that a late Storm having broke the Hull to Pieces,
200 Stocks or Planks of Mahogony that were Cast on Shore
on Virginia Side were Purchased (as reported) at a very low
Price by a Merchant of Snow Hill; Pray accept of My best
respects and believe I am
Honble Sr
Your Most Obed' humble Servant
To the honble Samuel Ogle Daniel Huony
Esqr Governor of Maryland at Annapolis

p. 425

Annapolis November 3d 1750
I have this day received your Letter in Relation to the Loss
of his Catholick Majesty's Ship the Greyhound under your
Command, And you may be Assured of all the Assistance,
that lies in my Power, in recovering such of the Effects as
have been Plundered out of the said Ship by any of the
Inhabitants of this Province
And indeed without waiting till I heard from you I thought
it my duty, as soon as the News of your Misfortune arrived
at this Place, to use my utmost endeavours to Secure as many
of them as Possible, in order to their being delivered, to such
as might have Authority to demand the same, for the Use of
his Catholick Majesty Conformable to the Treaties of Peace
and friendship that happily Subsist between the two Crowns.
If I might Presume to give you any Advice, it would be to
Authorize some Person to Receive the Mahogony and the
Other Effects, who, by the Assistance of the Several Govern-
ments concerned, might Recover more of them than can well
be Contrived by any other means
I am heartily Sorry for the Occasion of this Correspondence
And am with very great Regard
To Daniel Huony Esqr Your very hble Servant
at Norfolk in Virginia. Sam: Ogle

At a Council held in the Council Chamber on Wednesday
the 5th day of December in the 36th year of his Lordships
Dominion Annoq Domini 1750.

His Excellency Samuel Ogle Esqr Governor

The honble

Benjamin Tasker Esqr

Edmund Jenings Esqr
Col Cha Hammond

Daniel Dulany Esqr
Benedict Calvert Esqr

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