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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1779-1780
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Liber C C

No. 22

234 Journal and Correspondence

tional Regt if necessary, and an Act to expedite the raising an
Additional Battalion of Regulars viz.

Samuel Jones Lieut Colo

4 Benjamin Murdock Cap.

Edward Giles Major

5 Henry Hill son of Henry do

I Mont joy Bailey Capt

6 James Gillispie do

2 James Fernandes Capt

7 Vachel Burgess do

3. Charles Smith ditto

8 Saml Cock Capt. Lieut.

i Archd Colder Lieut

i Saml Luckett Ens.

2 Saml Hamilton do

2 Ignatius Boone Ens.

3 Fran3 Shepard do

3 Josias Miller do

4. Saml McLane do

4 John Plant do

p. 177

, 5 John Lucae do

5 Theo. Middleton do

6 Samuel Hanson of Walt. Lieut.

6 Ignatius Blandford Ens.

7. Nathl Magruder do

7 Basil Gaither Do

8 Charles Magruder do

8 Joshua Warfield Do

Liber C C

No. 22
p. 139

[Council to Board of War]

Gent" The Enclosure will shew the Point of Rank in which Lieut
Edward Duvall and Lieut John Hardman were placed in 1777 by the
General Assembly of Maryland. Mr Duvall represents to this Board
that he has been injured by the subsequent Arrangement of the
Maryland Line, and at his earnest Request, we have taken the Liberty
to transmit the enclosed Copy of the Roster General of the Rank of
the Officers in the Maryland Line

[Council to William Bordley, ±LsqrJ

Sir Yours of the 2 1st Inst we have received: The Cloaths shall be
sent to Chester Town for the Recruits as soon as possible and we
wish it was in our Power to send them immediately. Mr Bolton is
appointed Commissary of Issues for your Shore; we have given him
an Order on the Collector of Kent County for Money, and have
requested Mr Voorhees to furnish him with any Provision he may
collect, with which, we hope the Recruits may be amply supplied.
The Scheme for borrowing Money of the Recruits is a good one,
and if any of them are inclined to lend their Money to the State, the
Agents who are appointed to receive Money on Loan in Kent County,
would be the proper Persons to apply to. The exhausted State of
our Treasury puts it totally out of our Power to send you any Money
at this Time

[Council to President of Congress]

Sir We are honored with your Letter of the 8th Inst enclosing an
Act of Congress of the 7th recommending to the State of Maryland
to grant Permission to the Agent of the Minister of France, to pur-

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