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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780-1781
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240 Proceedings and Correspondence

December 11
Liber No. 78
p. 15

[Council to Mr David Poe.]

We have not the Tobacco you mention, in yours of the 8th Instant
if it was on Hand the Price you quote would be under our Expec-
tation for it.

Ibid.

[Council to Colonel Samuel Smith.]

We have received yours of the 5th Instant. A Permit shall be sent
to you for loading the Vessel on your informing us of her Name
The terms are not to be altered with Propriety.

December 11

Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 13

Monday 11th December 1780

Ordered That the western shore Treasurer pay to Thomas Johnson
junior five hundred and ninety eight pounds on account
That the said Treasurer pay to Richard Dallam Esqr Commissary
of purchases for Harford County Ten thousand Pounds on account.
That the said Treasurer pay to Daniel Munroe six hundred and
sixty three Pounds ten shillings due him per account passed by the
Aud. Genl
That the said Treasurer pay to Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer
Esquire one thousand five hundred Pounds on account.
That the said Treasurer pay to Colo Peter Adams ten thousand
six hundred and fifty Dollars to be charged to the United States
agreeable to an Order on this State from Major General Gates.
That the said Treasurer pay to James Maccubbin Eight pounds
six shillings and eight pence of the new Emission in lieu of three
hundred and thirty three pounds six shillings and eight pence due
him per account passed by the Aud. Gl
That the said Treasurer pay to Capt. William Campbell one hun-
dred and twenty seven pounds ten shillings of the same Emission for
one hundred and sixty gun Locks sold this Board at seven shillings &
six pence.
The order on the western shore Treasurer in favor of Richard
Dallam for Ten thousand Pounds of the 15th of May this Day
returned.
Ordered That the Commissary of Stores deliver to James Pope
a Blind Soldier of the 3d Regiment one pair of Breeches and one pair
of Shoes, and also to Nicholas MoNemarra a maimed soldier of the
1st Regimt one shirt, one pair of Breeches one pair of Stockings and
one pair of Shoes.
An Agreement entered into this eleventh Day of December 1780.
Between the Governor and Council of the one part and William
Campbell of Annapolis of the other Witnesseth that the said William
Campbell agrees to stock in a good sufficient and workmanlike
Manner all the Musket Barrels, now belonging to the State in the



 
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