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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1779-1780
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of the Council of Maryland. 263


[Council to Mr. Josiah Johnson]

Sir We refer you to the enclosed, which we request you will
deliver and at the same Time give the necessary Information & As-
sistance to the Commissary in Order to have the Flour removed
as speedily as possible

[Council To the Continental Commissary at the Head of Elk or of
the District including Duck Creek.]

Sir We have received Information for Mr Josiah Johnson, one
of the Commissioners in Kent, under the Law for the immediate
Supply &ca that the Grain and Flour which he had procured, was
lodged at Duck Creek and that he had wrote to Mr Henry Hollings-
worth he was ready to deliver it to his Order, to which he had
received no Answer. We cannot account for this Delay in forward-
ing the Provision to the Army for which there have been and con-
tinue, such urgent Demands, and are apprehensive some other
Supplies from this State to Duck Creek may be under the same

Liber C C

No. 22

p. 160

Circumstances. This is a Matter of so much Consequence we doubt
not, you will have it immediately examined into and the Cause of the
Delay discovered and removed. We enclose this to Mr Johnson and
request you will have the Provision received & forwarded.

p. 161

Thursday 24th August 1780

Present as on yesterday.
Ordered That Capt. George Keeports deliver to William Smith
Esquire 100 nine pound Shot.
That t he western shore Treasurer pay to Nichs McNemara a
soldier in the 1st Regimt Twenty Pounds in lieu of Articles allowed
by the G. Assy for the year 1779
That the said Treasurer pay to William Rawlings four hundred
and Forty two Pounds ten shillings due him p acct passed by the
Depy Aud.
That the said Treasurer pay to Lieut James Bruff of the 6th
Regimt one thousand nine hundred Dollars and three Pounds ten
shillings in Specie agreeable to a Resolution of the General Assembly.
That James Lloyd Chamberlaine Esqr pay to James Hindman
Esquire sixteen thousand Pounds for Sundries sold Colo Richardson
for the Brig Talbot.
That John Crisall issue to William Tuck 24 rations due to John
Knight a Soldier in the Regitnl Extra who is in Goal for Burglary.
Commission of Letters of Marque and Reprisal issued to James
Renner Commander of the Schooner Eagle 24 Tons burthen navi-
gated by 30 Men, mounting 4 Carriage Guns 4 Swivels and 2

Liber C B
No. 23
August 24
p. 185



 
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