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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1753-1761
Volume 31, Page 289   View pdf image (33K)
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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1753-1761. 289

refused to appear and serve in Arms as aforesaid, This is
therefore to command you in his Lordship's Name to take
and apprehend the said Thomas Honour, Thomas Bryant,
John Edmonson, James Poole, John Rosser, John Glassford,
John Deale, James Culley, George Brown a Boatman, Charles
Welding junior, Isaac Allwinkle James Underbill, Edmund
Cartey Merchant, William Coburne, Thomas Kennard,
James Hull, Stephen Roe, Benjamin Greenwood, Bartholo-
mew Haven, Samuel Tonsey, John Hicks junior, David
Wood, Edward Swaney James Price, Timothy Corse, James
Price junr John Redding, and James Jackson, and bring them
before me, or some other Justice of the Peace for Kent
County there to render a sufficient Excuse (if any they have)
for such their Refusal, or Non appearance as aforesaid, and
for so doing this shall be your sufficient Warrant, given
under my Hand and Seal this 27* Day of March 1758:
To John Williams Constable. Wm Ringgold.

Lib. J. R.

& U. S.

p. 251

At a Council held at the City of Annapolis on Thursday
the eleventh Day of May in the eighth Year of his Lordship's
Dominion, Annoq Domini 1758:

His Excellency Horatio Sharpe Esq: Governor.


Benjamin Tasker Esq.
Samuel Chamberlaine
Col: Edward Lloyd
Col: Benjamin Tasker

Benedict Calvert Esqr
Col: Robt T. Henry
Daniel Dulany Esqr

Read the following Petition.

To his Excellency Horatio Sharpe Esqr Governor and
Commander in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland.

The humble Petition of Thomas Ringgold of Kent County

That your Petitioner has a Schooner called the Chester,
Burthen about forty Tons Thomas Palmer Master, now
laden with three hundred and thirteen Barrels of Flour,
forty eight Barrels of Bread, and eighteen half Barrels of

Bread for the Colony of Virginia. Your Petitioner therefore
humbly prays your Excellency's Permission for the said
Vessel to go with her said Cargo to Virginia. And your
Petitioner will prav &c..
Thos Ringgold.


p. 252


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