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162 Journal and Correspondence

Liber C C

No. 22

Baltimore Town, or his Agent or Deputy all the Wheat and Flour
seized by you in the Hands of the French Agent or Deputy in Pur-
suance of the Act for the immediate Supply &ca If any of the
Wheat Seized by you, has been manufactured you must deliver the
Flour &ca produced therefrom, to such Agent or Deputy and render
us a particular Account of what you deliver as soon as possible

May 3
Liber C B
No. 23
p. 147

Wednesday 3d May 1780.

Present as on yesterday.
Commissions issued to Roger Hooper appointed 1st Lieut, and
James Wilison 2d Lieut of Capt. Thomas Clelands Compy of Militia
in Calvert County.
Commission of Letter of Marque & Reprisal issued to Thomas
Williams Commander of the Brig Willing Lass 160 Tons burthen,
navigated, by 40 Men, mounting 16 Carriage Guns & 22 small Arms,
belonging to Henry Dennis & others of Worcester County Maryland.
Ordered That the western shore Treasurer pay to Benjamin
Mackall 4th Esqr Judge of the Court of Appeals, one thousand seven
hundred and fifty Pounds due him p Account Lodged in the Auditors
Office.

May 4

Thursday 4th May. 1780.
Present as on yesterday except Daniel Carroll Esqr
Ordered That the western shore Treasurer pay to Serj. Joshua
Barrett one thousand one hundred Dollars due him p Account passed
by the Aud. Genl
That the said Treasurer pay to John Stevenson Esqr the several
Sums of Money to be delivered over to the Persons hereafter men-
tioned due them p Accts passed by Aud. Genl & Depy Audr four
Pounds Eleven shillings to Capt. Benja Merryman & his Company,
fourteen Pounds, five shillings & ten Pence to Capt. Elexis Lemmon
& his Company.
Seven Pounds, seventeen shillings & six Pence to Do & his company
Eighteen Pounds Eleven shillings to Capt. Christopher Shroe and
his Compy
Sixteen Pounds, three shillings & two pence to Capt. Thomas Mar-
shall for Ditto
Sixteen Pounds, five shillings to Capt John Murray & his Compy
Twenty Pounds Eighteen shillings & four Pence to Capt. Nichs

Merryman & hie Co.

Seven Pounds fourteen shillings and six Pence to Capt. Thomas
Marshall for his Company.
Five Pounds, five shillings to Colo Frederick Decker.



 
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