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

Liber C B
No. 23
p. 187

Ordered That John Shaw deliver to William Middleton 1 Barrel
Turpentine for the use of the Plater and Dolphin and also what
Spun Yarn he may want for the Dolphin.
That the western shore Treasurer pay to John Beall Contractor
for Horses &ca in Prince Georges County 9445 pounds of Tobacco
on Account.
That the Collector of the Tax for Prince Georges County pay to
the said John Beall fifteen thousand Pounds to be Accounted for.
That the western shore Treasurer pay to James Pope a Blind
Soldier belonging to the 3d Maryland Reginil one hundred fifty
Pounds to procure him Cloaths & other necessaries
Mr John Wigglesworth a native of Great Britain who hath lately
arrived in the State and who on the 17th Inst appeared before this
Board and voluntarily did take repeat and Subscribe the Oath of
Fidelity and Support to this State contained in the " Act to punish
certain Crimes and Misdemeanors and to prevent the Growth of
Toryism " this Day again appeared before this Board and voluntarily
did take repeat and subscribe a Declaration of his Belief in the
Christian Religion and also did take repeat and Subscribe the Oath
prescribed by the Act for Naturalization passed in July Session
1779.

August 30

Wednesday 30th August 1780.

Present as on yesterday.
Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Capt. John
Hawkins Two hundred Pounds, five shillings due him p acct passed
by the Aud. Genl
That the Commissary of Stores deliver to the Commanding Officer
of the Regt Extra all the Shirts in his Possession.
That the said Commissary deliver to James Friend late a Soldier
in the 5th Regimt regularly discharged 1 Coat & 1 Waistcoat in part
of the Cloathing due him for the year 1780
That John Crisall issuing Commissary deliver to Capt. John
Hawkins of the 5th Regimt 64 lbs bro. Sugar & 16 Gallons of Rum
in full of those Articles of Stores allowed the Officers of the Mary-
land Line by the Genl Assembly from Janry to August inclusive
That the western shore Treasurer deliver to Frederick Green Esqr
such Plates as he may want.
In Virtue of the " Act for the Regulation of the Staple of To-
bacco " the following Persons are hereby appointed Inspectors viz

St Marys County Chaptico Thomas Nicholls St. Inegoes Capt
John Horn Abell Wicomico Gerard Bond
Leonard Town Igns Abell, St. Cuthberts Creek
Capt John Smith St Mary's River John Taylor
& Town Creek Enoch Breedon



 
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