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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1779-1780
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53o Journal and Correspondence.

June 30

quantity of them, the flour from the Delaware State I shall procure
and send forward as soon as I get money to pay the freight, have
sent a Vessel to Choptank for Wedderstrands Flower, many People
of this County are willing to lend money if they could procure it
where it is due, and as I am a common Debtor are very willing to
lend the money which I owe them on Public account, could certifi-
cates on Loan be had, this I promised to inform your Excellencys
and Honours of, the Bearer Capt. Wm Riely of the sick and invaledes
of our Brigade they are bound to Petersburgh I take the Liberty of
recommending to you for advice and Assistance, should he want it

June 30

[Jesse Hollingsworth, Baltimore to Gov. Lee]

Sir I have made Bold to Call on you By letter for Part of the
Money Due me Have sent the Orders By Mr James Williams for
Payment Please Pay him as I am in Want of the Money and the
Orders Have Been Due Some time should Be Very thankful to have
One of the Orders if Not Both, say the Smallest if that Will Oblige
you. But Hope Both those Will be Paid as the 10 hhds of Rum is still
Behind and am in Want of the Whole and am under the Necessity
of Asking you your Compliance Will Oblige your Needy friend and
Humble servt

June 30

[Rd. Hooe, Alexandria to Gov. Lee.]

Sr By the bearer Roger Chew you will receive two Letters brought
here this Morning by an express.
I am exceedingly sorry Parker did not get here in time to send
the despatches all by one rider, for it has disconcerted us a good deal,
being obliged to send the Man Stationd for you with Parkers Letters
to Richmond, & now have to hunt for one to go to Annapolis
Besides it will unnecessarily Cost at least 200 £ Virga Currency
sending the extra express all owing to Parkers delay.
Your Excellency was very obliging in the good news you was so
kind as to give me by Burk, it has revived us much, and I am very
thankfull for it.

No Date

[Edward Giles to Governor and Council]
[Asks commission in Regiment]

No Date
Red Book
No. 26
No. 81

[Rich'd Dallam Ltt, to His Excellency Thomas Sim Lee Esqr]

Sr I Received from James Horner Esqr six Guineas belonging to
Daniel King a Deserter from home I paid two thousand Dollars for
taking him up if your Excellency thinks he is entitled to receive the
same, Please to order him the payment of the Six Guineas & charge
the same to Your H. Servt

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