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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780-1781
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of the Council of Maryland. 107


he afterwards continued lurking about, and was supposed to be the
cause of many negroes leaving their masters, and commiting many
villanies. Geo. Corbin
The above was sworn to before me the subscriber according to law
C. Bagwell

September
16

[T. Donnellan. Asst Cy of Ps., Baltimore, to Gov Lee]

Sir This is to inform your Excellency that there is no Meat in
the Continental Provision Stores at this Post, and only a few
Barrels of Fish. I have applyed to Mr Buchanan who has hitherto
supplyd me as Assistant Commissary of Purchases but he says he
cannot let me have any, Have therefore to request that your Excel-
lency will give orders respecting the matter or the Troops that
pass through must suffer.

September
16
Red Book
No. 26
Letter
No. 96

[David Poe, Baltimore, to Gov. Lee]
[Hopes new State Mony is ready so that he may be paid]

September
16

[Will Deakins Junr George Town to Gov Lee]

Sir Yours of the 22d Ult Inclosing an Extract from the Sub-
scription made by the General Assembly came Safe to hand; Since
which I have applyed to Messrs Cramphin & Bayly the former has
paid his Subscription to Mr Thomas Johns, and the latter has or
will Settle his with Mr Thomas Richardson; Mr Samuel Thomas
lives in the neighbourhood of Mr Burgess and will no doubt call
on him for payment. I with pain Observe the pressing Call for
Cash in the Treasury and am sorry to say I have little or no hopes of
procuring either Tobo or Cash on Loan altho I have applyed to
Many who I thought had it in their power to Contribute, I will still
Continue my Endeavours, and If possible procure some Assistance
when you may Expect to hear from me.

September
17
Red Book
No. 26
Letter
No. 97

[H. Hollingsworth, Head of Elk, to His Excellency
Thos. Sim Lee in Council]

Gentlemen I have been so difficulted in managing the Horses
sent me by the Commissionrs of the several Counties, that I really
wished your advice and directions tho have not had leisure to apply
for either, the difference of Opinion, in the Officers of the United
States, who are to receive the Horses from me, and the County
Commissioners, who purchase (and receive them of the Nonjurers)
are so great, that it is hard for me to act, as a (go between) between
them, on the one side, the United States Officer think the horses and
waggons ought to be entirely Compleat without spot or blemish,
each Horse five years old, and the waggons new (on the other)
The County Commissioners appear to have received horses without

September
17



 
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