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

Liber C C
No. 22

besides what the Army will want and therefore do permit you to
purchase such a Quantity of Flour, for the Use of the French as,
with what you now have on Hand and have Shipped off, will amount
to fifteen thousand Barrels.

[Council to Wm. Winder, Jno. Adams & Others Commrs of the
Tax for Somerset County]

Gentn We have not received your Nomination of the Inspectors in
Somerset County, agreeable to Act of Assembly for the Regulation
of the Staple of Tobacco, which we request you to forward to us by
the first good Opportunity. We again enclosed you an Extract of the
[Council to Mr. Thomas Donellan]

Sir We send by Mr Poe 1000 £ of the new State Emission amount-
ing, at 40 for 1 , to 40,000 £ charged to you on Account, until you can
settle your Accounts

[Council to Colo. Benjamin Nicholson]

Sir We received of the 5th of Augt & 23d Inst and should have
made out and sent Commissions for the Officers of your Battalion,
agreeable to your Recommendation. The Multiplicity of Business
before us and the Want of Information how the Vacancies mentioned
in the List herewith transmitted arose, are the only Causes of our
Delaying it so long. We have enclosed you all the Commissions that
can be made out, at this Time, and shall send the rest as soon as the
above Information is communicated

Liber C B
No. 23
p. 199

Tuesday 26th September 1780
Present as on yesterday.
Capt. Abraham Simmons appointed Inspector of Pig Point Ware-
house in Ann Arundel County in the room of John Gardiner resigned
Ordered That the western shore Treasurer pay to William Gold-
smith Eight hundred pounds part of an Order of the 6th Instant in
the new Emission of this State at one for forty & the remaining
Bal" of same order Two thousand, three hundred & eighty seven
Pounds, ten shillings in Contl Currency.

p. 200

Permission is hereby given to Mrs. Damaris Kennedy of this State
to solicit Leave from His Excellency Genl Washington or the Com-
manding Officer at the out Posts of the Am. Army at Elizabeth
Town to go into the City of New York for the Purpose of obtaining
a Passage from thence to Great Britain not to return again into
this State during the present war between America and Great Britain
without the Leave of the Govr & Co. for the Time being first had &

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