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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1779-1780
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264 Journal and Correspondence

Liber C B
No. 23

Howitz belonging to James Kenner, John Graham, William Graham
and Pemberton Clayton of the State of Virginia.

Liber C C
No. 22
p. 161

[Council to William Smith Esqr.]

Sir Yours of the 15th Inst we have received & have enclosed you
an Order on Mr Keeports for the 9** shot you desired. The Quantity
of Grape Shot in the Possession of Mr Keeports is not more than is
necessary for the use of the Fort. The Price must be agreed on by
you and Mr Keeports, who will receive the Money.

[Council to Capt. Geo p. Keeports]

Sir We have given Mr Smith of Baltimore an Order on you for
i oo nine pound Shot, which you will deliver to him and fix such
Price as they are worth and receive the Money. We request you to
have all the Cloathing in your Possession sent to this Place imme-
diately. You will make us a Return of the Public Stores that you
have sold, and such as are not wanting, at the Fort and are vendable

August 25
Liber C B
No. 23
p. 185

Friday 25th August 1780
Present as on yesterday.
Commission of Letters of Marque and Reprisal issued to Francis
Charles Dubreuil Commander of the Schooner Necessity 45 Tons
burthen navigated by 8 Men mounting 4 Carriage Guns belonging to
Messrs Verdue Karloguen Payan & Co of Cadiz.
Ordered That the western shore Treasurer pay to Aaron Stephens
seventy five Pounds due him p Account passed by the Aud. Genl
That the said Treasurer pay to Joseph McKettee a Recruit from
Prince Georges County one thousand one hundred and seventeen
Pounds ten shillings to be delivered over to Joshua Beall Lieut of
said County to be by him Accounted for.
That the said Treasurer pay to Sele Tucker Two hundred and
eleven Pounds seventeen shillings and six pence due him <p Acel
passed by the Aud. Genl
Warrant issued, Directed to Isaac Griest to impress Vessels
sufficient to Transport three hundred Troops of the Regiment Extra
from Annapolis to the Head of Elk.

Liber C C
No. 22
p. 162

[Council to Mrs. Lee]

Madam We are very anxious to send forward the Regiment
Extraordinary to reinforce the American Army. The Impractica-
bility of procuring immediately by Purchase, a Sufficient Quantity
of Linen, for Shirts for all the Men, induces us to solicit your Assis-
tance at this Emergency, and to request a Loan of two hundred
and sixty Shirts, which we will not fail to replace when you may deem
it necessary to demand them.



 
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